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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cherry County independent — 14 November 1895

Clierrg County ladepenflent VALENTINE NEBRASKA That oriental Turkey has been roast ed long enough baste it A St Louis paper says Time moves even in St Louis Thats odd It is asserted that a man cannot de stroy his life by holding his breath Eut he may prolong the lives of others If the Cuban junta would send a few American collega foot ball teams to Cuba the war wouldnt last a week General Campos is only waiting for better weather to wipe out the enemy The insurgents are waiting for the same purpose A Dayton bank burglar blew off his left arm by a premature explosion of dynamite And yet they call such wort a safe business Peary will write several books and deliver lectures this winter The entire country will send up a call for relief expeditions pretty scon The Spanish troops in Cuba have killed eight more insurgents in three battles Is Campos doing his deadly work with insect powder The manufacturers of rubber made 5000000 last year on bicycle tires At thisrate we shall soon have to...

Publication Title: Cherry County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Cherry County independent — 14 November 1895

ft tf 7 a Fr F i ar - ftf 4- If J p A WOMAN PIONEER THE EXTRAORDINARY CAREER OF MRS J P HADLEY Owner and Mnnosrer of a Splendid Prairie Farm Wonderful Grit uni Endurance From the free Press Streator HL On a splendid farm at Blackstone in the very heart of the great rich and pros perous prairies of Northern Illinois lives Mr J 1 Dudley She owns and per sonally directs the affairs of her farm which is as rich and productive as the most ambitious could desire She is now sixty live years old and was afflicted with bleeding at the lungs for forty live years During that time she was a great sufferer she was weak tired and run down and in consequence exist ence even was a burden There was no pleasure in life for her During all these years she said to the writer I had received treatment from many very successful and eminent physi cians They could no nothing for me I continued to grow worse year by year until last spring when I was so bad that I could not even walk across my room and when I ...

Publication Title: Cherry County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Cherry County independent — 14 November 1895

1 iDVERTISIHG BATES tfcie Column jmt month Cards Is room and ko4 llverr table lu connection auktiks V MERRY CO INDEPENDENT J loiibiiiiu JiVliUV THURSDAY J R Farris Publisher Official lapcr of Cherry Coun ty Xeliraska SUBSOEIPTION RATES One Dollar Per Year soo 100 Enteral art he lnstrofflee at Valentin Cherry OBty Nebraska as Scoud clas8 mutter Bocietiee BULL TKIBEAO 22 SETTING IirKOYr Orpkbk Hkiimrx Meets every second mid fourth Saturday of oach month Members of the order in good standing are corrilitllv and fraternally invited to iitoniL C Tt THOMPSON Sachem J D WIGGINS C of Records Minaekadusa Lodge No 192 A F A M kets in regular communication Saturday even ing on or before the full moon In each month ubers of the order in good and regular stand ing cordially and fratcrnallv invited to attend F Ml Walcott W M W W Secy Valentine Lorfjjo No 70 A O U W meets l si and 3rd Moudayln each month X Chrlsfenseu W L L 3toter Eec Valentine Lodge No 05 I O O F meets arery Thursday evening Visi...

Publication Title: Cherry County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cherry County independent — 28 November 1895

J il f if v L M J V- f fj M I WWW Ff f v - - - VOL X V The Republican of last week in an editorial upon the District Judgeship contest case between Wejstover and Oartow afier reviewing the case makes some very stronir assertions which reflect upon the populist party audits members the Ikdi pkndent feels palled upon to refute Vnse false Recusation It says the populist leaders are si tempting to steal a lis iiiet judgeship This statement is in keeping with most statements made by thci i sheet The only place uhrte Judge Bartow claims fraua is in Dawse county and with the canvassing board and we ate pleased to imfonm the Republican editor that the county clerk in that county who is by law authorized t appoint two men -to as sist him make the otlicial canvass is a republican and the men selected by him are a democrat and populist If their was any stealing done the re publican clerk certainly had a hand in it In regard to the six Bartow votes is near home and is truh the most flimsy argue...

Publication Title: Cherry County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cherry County independent — 28 November 1895

Clierrg Gountg Independent VALENTINE NEBRASKA WILSOFS PO REPORT SAYS THAT THE REVENUES ARE INCREASING Agrees with Reforms Suggested by His Predecessors Regarding Abuses of Second Class Mail Matter Tho Jersey Schlatter Report on Postoffices Washington special Postmaster Gen eral Wilson has made his first annual re port to the Piesidcnt The receipts of the Postoffice Department for the year end ing Juuc 80 1895 were 70171090 and the expenditures S070172 It is gratifying says the report that a large proportion of the deficiency occurred in the first quarter of the year and that revenues arc increas ing with returning prosperilj The Postmaster General refers to the free delivery service and sajs I helieve it is good policy for Congress and for this department to foster the ex tension of this service by judicious ap propriations and iiuiieious administration The vigorous and effective efforts of my immediate predecessor seem to have produced at last an honest administration of the eight ...

Publication Title: Cherry County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cherry County independent — 28 November 1895

i 5S1 Lw3 - K vu t r x P - mj w London Times which Is the THE and especial organ of British interests puts the whole etnoney Question in a nutshell as fol lows It Sems impossible to get bimetal lists to understand that there is quite a large number of us for whom i gen eral rise of prices lias no charms what ever We like them low and the low er the better If they all went down to half their present li mires we should rejoice because we have nothing to sell and a great many things to buy For those who have things to sell we do not feel any great concern Now says the Atlanta Constitution this is all there is in the whole business The London Times speaks for what is technically known as the city the banking interests the interests of Lombard street When it says we have nothing to sell It speaks for the large and growing class In this coun try and in England that produces noth ingthe class that collects its annuities and clips its coupons having nothing to sell and everything to buy Hon...

Publication Title: Cherry County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cherry County independent — 28 November 1895

If Gterrg Gountg Mepewieiit VALENTINE NEBRASKA The wood that a politician saws never helps his wife much In running the kitchen fire It has been discovered that Shaks peares grandmothers name was Alice It is due the bard to add that she was not the Alice referred to in Ben Bolt It is reported that thousands of dolls which have been shipped from New York to Havana recently are filled with cartridges for the Insurgents Tretty toys those for the Cuban infantry A San Francisco woman announces that she will start for Chicago on her bicycle as soon as she obtains a di vorce This is rather reversing things Ordinarily the trip to Chicago is made before the divorce is applied for The Monroe doctrine is an Indefinite quantity so far as the details are con cerned but in a general way it means that no European nation should be al lowed to colonize any part of the West ern Hemisphere or monopolize any of its commercial advantages Kansas boasts that it has a school for every 1S2 persons while Mas...

Publication Title: Cherry County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Cherry County independent — 28 November 1895

iii K u s fr X WHAT A HICCOUGH MEANT To a Gallnnt Young Man It Brought Title and Lauds One of tho grandest houses of the Austrian nobility is indebted for its princely dignity to u plce of courtier like loyalty performed by one of its members during the reign of Em press Maria Theresa The august Judy during the midst of BOine function had had the misfortune to hiccough in a peculiarly loud and aggressive manner not altogether in keeping with the laws of polite society hbut which in Japan or Oriental Sies would of course have been re garded as a piece of lofty breeding Perceiving that her majesty showed traces of embarrassment for even em presses are human a young Austrian nobleman stepped forward and with a most clever assumption of intense mortilication and humility craved her majestys pardon for his gross breach of manners The empress received his apologies not only graciously but also gratefully and from that time forth the young mans fortune was made and before the empress died ...

Publication Title: Cherry County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Cherry County independent — 28 November 1895

i I n 1 u J sBBaamBmKrFvmmm CHERRY CO INDEPENDENT IlrisLibHisn every Thursday J R Farris Publisher Official Paper of Cherry Conn ty Nebraska SUBSOEEPTION EATES Que Dollar JPer Year ADVEETISnTG EATES Que Coluitiu per month Cards onwtiaCa3SaWV 00 100 Entered at 1 ho Pobt olttce at Valentine Cherry eannty Nebraska as Second class matter Societies DrLL TBI HE No 22 SETTING iMfKovn Orokm ok Kkdsikx Meets every secundum fourth Saturday of oacb month Members of the order In jrood standing are cordially and liaternallv invited to attend r u THOMPSON Sachem J D WIGGINS C of Records Minnekadnsa Lodge No 192 A F A M meets in rccular communication Saturday even ing on or before the full moon in each month members of the order iu good and regular stand ing cordially and fraternaliv invited to attend F M alcott W M WW Tuompsox Secy Valentine Lodge No 70 A O U W meets 1 m and 3rd Monday in each month M ChribNnsen M W L L Stoner Eec Valentine Lodge No 205 I O O I meets every Thursday uvcnlng Visiti...

Publication Title: Cherry County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cherry County independent — 5 December 1895

h i Lv V - s J mtxm VOL X A CttUISTMAS GIF A TO JSTKKY HUBSCK1KKR The Farm Record of Indianapoli3 lid is a bright hustling wide awake sixteen page monthly journal publish ed at 50 cents a year by C Vincent formerly with the Noacomformist ih Kansas and it is thoroughly alive to the needs of thef armers and full of sensible and business like suggestions as to how the rqpst can be made from farm life Mostf farm papers from the East have liltle in common with our western and southern people and knowing but little of our surroundings they do not issch the point of making themselves indispensable to the farm er This is not the case with tha 3Taxm Record for its editor was reared in the west and spent last summer here and is fully acquainted with the peculiar position of the western and southern farmer He is also familiar 5n a general way with the needs of this class in all parts of the country Jiaviug personally visited every agri cultural state in the union But he 5a now engaged in makiu...

Publication Title: Cherry County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cherry County independent — 5 December 1895

Vj M 1 fevs ELECTRIC FLASHES NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD JUMPED TEE TRACK THREE KILLED JURED IN AND TWO A WRECK IN- fearry Hayward the Murderer of Catherine Gingf to Be Hung De cember 11 Condemned Mans Ter rible Execrations Against His Pa rents and Brother Bad Wreck in New York New York Three men were killed und two more were injured in a railroad wreck on the New fork and New Haven Railway in Harlem QThe killed are Thomas Fitzgerald engineer 38 years old Frederick Maples 40 years old Drake man Thomas C McNally 40 years old Drake man The injured are Thomas Bannon conductor cut and scalded Thomas McEeon fireman cut and scalded All of the killed and injured were resi dents of this city The accident occurred between One Hundred and Thirty second and One Hundred and Thirty third streets The engine with a switching crew was bound east to Tannest station -when without any warning it left the track and went bumping along over the ties Bannon the conductor and Mc Keon the fireman leape...

Publication Title: Cherry County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cherry County independent — 5 December 1895

U- i v - NrT UM f1 fit sf PFRi ill Jfossfl g Jsj G LDS INTRINSIC VALUE gold mon are always full of THE intrinsic value of gold and rhat by some mysterious law of nature in the adjustment of her mineral depositsgoldi s endowed with the occult power of infallibility and like the in finite never changes A friend has sent us a pointer that has been generally overlooked that ex plains the whole matter one that very careful silver men have overlooked In Ilorrs debate with Harvey he fairly howled over this fact attributing the istable value of gold to the uniform cost of mining it Elaborate calculations have been made to show that it costs more to mine silver dollar for dollar than gold a lact well proved and thus an answer to that argument satis factorily afforded But here is the real cause England is the pioneer gold government and has very effectively provided herself with the means to maintain a supply The Bank of England is the real treasury of the British empire and as gold is made t...

Publication Title: Cherry County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cherry County independent — 5 December 1895

I Ifi Srvs Gherrg Counts Independent VALENTINE - NEBRASKA In Boston 100000 women of lawful age refused to register and vote on the question of giving themselves the right to vote Woman suffrage is not popular even among Boston women The first assistant postmaster general reports an actual and estimated saving in his bureau during the last fiscal year of 1395577 The saving resulted principally from investigation of over time claims stopping overtime and un dertime and reductions of force Con sidering the natural growth of busi ness the showing is a good one Tne number of pieces of dead mail piatter received at the dead letter office during the last fiscal year was 0319 873 which was a decrease of 781171 pieces or -about 11 per cent as compar ed with the receipts of the year before This is a very considerable decrease jonsidering that the quantity of mail matter handled was much greater last year than the year before Whether the decrease resulted from greater care on the part of the p...

Publication Title: Cherry County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Cherry County independent — 5 December 1895

M - rf i GAINED HIS FREEDOM1 THE FETTERS OF PAIN WERE BROKEN A Marvelous Change How a Future of Gloom Was Averted The Present Full of Joy and Hope From the Herald Helena Mont As rugged undliardy as one of the pino which grow in the Itocky Mountain re gion is G E Ticknor of Helena Mon tana For twenty four years he has re sided in the mountain country but hie Tigor 1b not due altogether to the bracing air of Montana Last fall Mr Ticknor was what might well be termed a physical wreck For eight weeks he lay on his bed suffering from a severe attack of cciatic rheumatism in one of his hips Physicians and medicines gave him no re lief and the future looked gloomy Added to his troubles was the anxiety concern ing the care of a large family By chance one day Mr Ticknor saw an account of Dr Williams Pink Pills for Pale Ele He said to a Herald reporter that e was not in favor of proprietary reme dies but in this instance something in tho article caught his attention and he determined to give ...

Publication Title: Cherry County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Cherry County independent — 5 December 1895

i f U n t L - nlw CJemia OCERRY BO INDEPENDENT UULIlillED EVKR THURSDAY J R Farris Publisher Oilicial Paper of Cherry Conn er Nebraska SUOfcTPTIOK EATES One Dollar JPer Tear ADVERTISING BATES- Column per month Cards - ALBXTINE 800 100 Entered at I he rost offlce at Valentine Cherry eeonty Nebraska as Second class matter Sbcieties BULL TRIDE Ao22 SETTING l5irKOVM Okdek of Redmkk Mi its every second and fourth Saturday of each month Members of the order in good Handing are cordially and fraternally Invited to attend G II THOMPSON Sachem f J D WIGGINS J of Records Minnelcadusa Lodge No 192 A F A M SHeets in regular communication Saturday even ing on or before the full moon in each month Kipmbers of the orderin good and regular stand ing cordially and f raternally Invited to attend F M Walcott W M W W Thompsox Becy Yalentine Lodge No 70 A O TJ W meets 1 tit and 3rd Monday In each month Ml Chrisensen M W L L Stoner Rec Yalentine Lodge No 205 I O O F meets srery Thursday eveningVisiting b...

Publication Title: Cherry County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Cherry County independent — 5 December 1895

Sm0S1 ERRY CO INDEPENDENT ILlSLIbHUD KVKKy THURSDAY fiE J R Farris Publisher Official Paper of Cherry foy Xeftraska BUOIUPTIOIT BATES One Dollar Per Year IDVEETISIffG BATES- Column per mouth Cards E BREUKLANDER iii 01Rmnrii 800 100 Entered at t he Tost office at Valentine Cherry BBtj Nebraska as Second class matter Societies SETTING BULL TIIIBE Ao22 litrHOVHJ ORDEK OF KEDMEK 3Ut5 every second and fourth Saturday of each month Members of the order in good Handing arc cordially and fraternally Invited to attend C H THOMPSON Sachem r J D WIGGINS 0 of Records Minnelcadusa Lodge No 192 A F A M taoetsin regular communication Saturday even ing on or before the full moon in each month sinbers of the order in good and regular stand ing cordially and fraternally invited to attend F M Walcott W M W W Thompsox Beoy Valentine Lodge No70 A O U W meets 1 si and 3rd Monday in each month K Cbristensen M W L L 3toner Rec Valentine Lodge No 205 I O O F meets every Thursday evening Visiting brothers co...

Publication Title: Cherry County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cherry County independent — 19 December 1895

V a i 1 h J V ite lts f Si 4V v f - VOL X A Sagar Beet Factory In a recent i83ue of the Southwest Magazine Mr V S Burke contribut ed a lengthy article upon the sugar beet industry from which we gather the following facts About the smallest factory that can le successfully operated is one with a capacity of 250 tons per day to run -about 150 days in the season Tins would consume during the year about 50000 ton3 of beets The average yield in this state is 20 tonsr per aoie Thi would necessitate the cultivation of 2500 tcres of beets yearly to sup- plythe demand One man can attend to abcut 15 acres and the average price paid is 5 per ton This would give each man as a yearly income from the cul tivation of 15 acres of beets of 1500 which is beyond a doubt more than -double the amount of income to most families today in Cherry county And further no capital is required by a far mer to engage in this business The factory would give work to 300 men and it is estimated that those who gain em...

Publication Title: Cherry County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cherry County independent — 19 December 1895

Cheng Gounig Independent Valentine NEBRASKA CONBESS OJF LABOB OFFICERS CHOSEN FOR THE COMING YEAR mcl Goaapers Is Elected to Fill tlio Presidents Chair List of Other Officers University of Chicago Gets Anotber Million Federation of Lahor Elects Officers ITxw Yoee At Saturdays session of Ow American Federation of Labor the proposition to send fraternal delegates to the international congress of socialistic porkers at London next August was laid on the table Immediately after the afternoon session had convened the convention went into eoutive session to hear the report of the grievance committee At 8 oclock the tjoors were thrown open and tho question of the nomination of officers was taken nj Vice President Duncan nominated for the prcsidonoy John McBride the present incumbent Delegate Feuracht jiroposed the namo of Samuel Gompers for 5esident By order of the chair tho roll was called for verification 1 Gompers was elected by a majority of 18 Vote Gompers 1041 MoBride 1028 Every soci...

Publication Title: Cherry County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cherry County independent — 19 December 1895

4 s 1 y jt i V X E1K1 Thar wont lo any Ghrlmns fun Eroucd oar house this year Fer Bandy Claws in passln by Ull jest lean down his ear An wen he feels the chinibleys cold HeU grunt Ill put right on No need o stoppln In to Clays The chillerns all gone An ylt Ive seed the time when he Ud her to hump hissef To All tho stocklns hangln up Br bn our chlmbley shef An uie an mawd be up till twelve Hr one a poppln con No use 9 seoh like dolns now The ohlllorss all gone I aster feel plump like a boy To see them young uns sit An talk Ghrlmus bein nigh An wonder vvhut theyd git An flx tholraeres to stay awake Till Sandy kern aloul Thars no ne watches fer him now The chlLloraa all gone Theyre all jrewd up an married off Bxceptln little Joe They spoka for him up yander An wo had to leaTO him go Twuz porful rough to lose him But now were glad thars one Thefs still a Uttle shaver Though the chillerns all gone An settln yero this Ohrlsmus night I sez to maw it seemed Ez If I sensed his rosy face Righ...

Publication Title: Cherry County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cherry County independent — 19 December 1895

Cherrg Gounitj Independent VALENTINE NEBRASKA France Is still fussing about her Bourgeois cabinet Well If she isnt satisfied with Bourgeois why doesnJ she try small pica The way in which Lord Dunraven has joined the class of sportsmen whc do their contesting on paper leads t the suspicion that he has been under the tutelage of a certain Charles Mitch ell of England Our railway cars are twice as heavy as the English and our tracks cost half as much yet we hold the record for fast trains The tight little island Is no match for forty five States all marching under Old Glory The total production of grain in the United States this year Is placed at 8527279600 bushels an increase over the yield of 1S94 of 1091360G00 bush els English farmers may well con clude that their best plan Is to emigrate to America for competition Is no longer possible in their occupation The chateaus and estates of the Count de Paris will be sold in Paris at a price not to be less than 1250000 Members of the famil...

Publication Title: Cherry County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
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