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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 15 April 1897

I t i V t fc 1 Monster Steel Plato A steel plate has just been turned ou feiiy an English lirm that is said to be the largest made After shearing it measures 70 feet 8 inches by 5 feet and is six tenths of an inch thick it is without a flaw and weighs live and a half tons A LETTER TO WOMEN From Mrs James Corrigran For seventeen years I have suffered Periods were so very painful that I would havto go to the doctor every month He said that I had an enlargement of the womb and told my husband that I must undergo an operation as I had tumors in the womb and it was a case of life or death I was ope rated upon twice but it did not seem to do me any good it made me very weak I was troubled with the leu corrhoea a great deaL I also suffer ed with the -sick headache jcoiniting cpells back m ft MM ache all the time terrible pain in my left side chills loss of appetite and could not sleep nights After taking several bottles of Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Com pound some Liver Pills and using you...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 15 April 1897

ly I il M V x vi MttMMatofU EMBROIDER SALE THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT fctfCCKSSOU TO MM GtoHfY INDEtTOENT EOIiteEr GOOD Editor fend Publisher flieial Paper of Cherry Coun ty Ketirasiva 1JCJ Per Year in Advance rUBLIBHBD -EVERY THURSDAY Bettered at the Postofileo ntfValentlne Cherry feounty Nebraska us Second class matter J his paper will be mailed regularly -to its subscribers -until a definite order to discontinue is received and all ar rears are paid in full Adverting rates 50 cents per inch -per month Bates per column or for long time ads made known on appli cation to -this office The legislature passed a law which compels railroad companies to build track scales at all stations where 200 cars of grain are loaded in a year If every man was compelled to sell liis property at a fair cash value ac cording to assessors returns what a wonderful increase there would be in the taxable valuation of Cherry county Generally the man who tries to tase a short out across the field of busi ness to...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 29 April 1897

th r n h fc v Vr A - HP IT I saii VOL K il JL JL JLJi 1 XII THIS AND THAT Comina JSventn Ward Entertainers April 69 30 Womans Guild Concert Coming soon Populists and Silver Republican May 22 Bond Election Jl ay 4 iemorial Day May 30 Sixth District Editors June 5 Work for the court house Miss E I Mills has a house rent May wheat sold at 100 cents bushel in St Louis last week to Wm Steafiraan came up from Pass Monday Amos Strong went down the road yesterday morning The Womans Guild will give a conceit in a short time per u Wm Boyer is improving his resi dence property by planing trees Hereafter anything that is good to eat will be taken on subscription C W Massingale is giving his Cherrv street hotel a coat of paint Gilrnan Ilellar unloaded 35 cars otxjattle in this county last Friday - Ir Meier the Omaha chemist re turned home the last of the week Milk delivered 23 quarts for one dollar 9 Mits Eva Harden Deputy Sheriff Razey went to Browulee Monday returning Tutsday evening Miss Mary...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 29 April 1897

he Valentine euocrnt ROBERT GOOD Editor and Prop VALENTINE NEBRASKA Grants greatest monument Is not to Riverside Park If Captain Sug Cbigger of Wyoming ver enters politics it Is a safe bet that lie will come right up to the scratch Llentenant Peary says he can find tne north pole for 150000 It would be about as easy to find one as to find the other nowadays The local headline Big Circus in Our Midst is slightly misleading The ar rival pf cucumbers in the market has nothing to do with it Colorado has passed a law admitting women to membership in the State militia It is about time to dramatize the new woman as a burlesque The best description of that mysteri ous nocturnal air ship comes from a Kansas City man who says it looked to him about as big as a beer glass A girl in Uniontowu Pa shot a burg lar the other night But the corre spondent doesnt explain what she was shooting at when the accident oc curred The New York papers which issued their Easter number several weeks be fore East...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 29 April 1897

If it I I t -V 4 K EDUCAHONALCOLUMN NOTES ABOUT SCHOOLS AND THEIR MANAGEMENT Care of PnpilB EycniRht Advantages of Fcrap Books A Fathers Idea of What Should Be Tausht His Eon Sampson Kducat tonal Intelligence Protect the KyeBieht Take care of jour pupils eyesight You are morally and professionally 1kuu1 to guard it from ill use abuse or aieglect Remove all conditions that tend to strain blur or obscure it Do aiot permit anything in the furniture or surroundings of the room even though it was introduced and sanctioned by -some one else who perhaps had more experience than you and is supposed to be a great deal wiser upon the sub ject than you are to remain If It proves to be a source of annoyance to your pupils sight Change it at once Dont fancy that you have no responsibility In the matter since some one else placed It there Duty has to do with the present not the past If the situa tion is not wisely chosen for the battle the officer who Is In charge will be gov erned by events and ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 29 April 1897

ELECTRIC FLASHES NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD OTTUMWA IN A PANIC WATER RAISING HAVOC IN AN IOWA TOWN The Des Moines River Higher than in 1870 Railroads Badly Tied Up Many Residences Are Under Water Property Loss Is Heavy South Ottumwa in a Panic Water flowed across the business portion of South Ottumwa Monday and the popu lation was in a panic Hundreds of men worked on the levee at the west end of the city At 2JJ0 the water broke under the Milwaukee tracks and rapidly covered an other residence portion of South Ottumwa Over a bundled houses are flooded The water rose six inches during the day It was believed the Hood was at its worst Sunday night but at Des Moines the river rose a foot during the night and was higher than since 1875 The damage is tremen dous The Burlington road which has been kept open with a mighty effort had to give up and the main line of communication between Chicago and Denver is cut oft Of the six lailroads entering Ottumwa the only trains moving are the W...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 29 April 1897

a K fe Jsk OFFICIAL DIRECTORY STATE qt Silas A Holcomb t1lAhar nnvsrnnr Tomtt 17 Dnprla tCX rtcrotiry of State VVVVV W F Porter rewurer jw nieserve oaltor JohnF Cornell ora Lands and Bulldlnmi Jacob V Wolfd Attorney General Constantine f 8mvth Bupt Public Instruction W IlJaclypn f E A Hadley Sco jla ICWKalcymRedClotid Regents University JShos Kawlins wakef Id j Clias Weston Hay Spgs I II L Ooold Ozaialla ICH Morrill Lincoln COIORKSSIONAL Senators Wm V Allen iMadlson John M Tburstoti Omaha representatives First District Jesse B Strode Lincoln Second D 1 Mercer Omaha Third GeoDMeiklejphnFulIerton Fourth E J Hal nr Aurora Fifth Wm K Andrews Hastings Sixth O M Kem Broken Bow JUDICIAL Supreme Court T L Norval Chief Justice Harrison and Polk associates Fifteenth Judicial District M P KInkald ONiill W II Westover Rushvillc LEGISLATIVE Representative Fifty second District OP BillliKTS Nordcn Senator Fourteenth District Otto Mutz Bprlngview LAND OFFICE Rrclstf r O R Glover Longplne Receiver ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 29 April 1897

pwg 3333333Jii335333attftftettft Hi Hi iti THE NEW SKIPPER 6 OF THE NANCY 933aa39933a335i393333fipeeeeeecee6eeeeeseer66eeee5 She is a beauty Joe and no mis take Yes and fast too Thats her best point in my estima tion With a skillful turn of the wheel that was so little as to seem almost a toy Joe Parsons brought the trim steam launch graeefully around the end of the pier and tip beside the floating stage with a maneuver so clever that the paint on the side of the little craft was not scraped Fred Allen sprang out upon the stage and then running his eye along the lines of the boat repeated his re mark Shes a beauty and as you say fast Jove she cuts the air at such a rate that she carries a cool breeze with her on the hottest night Then with a cordial Good night Allen lightly climbed the ladder that led to the pier while Parsons after a preliminary toot of the little steam whistle backed slowly out into the stream and then kept up the North river at full speed A beauty indeed he kept ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 29 April 1897

ii t Vrti ignricg of Russian Juries The most incredible stories are told of Russian jurymen Thus the fore man of a jury declared he would not Bend a poor fellow to prison because it happened to be his the jurymans birthday Another jury had agreed up on a verdict of guilty when the church bells began to ring They revised their verdict because a holiday had begun A burglar was allowed to go free be cause the man whom he had robbed bad refused to lend him money This in the opinion of the jury was a direct incentive to crime A Wonderful Statement From Mra McGlllaa to Mrs PInkham I think it my duty dear Mrs Pink bam to tell you what your wonderful Compound has done for me I was dreadfully ill the doctors said they could cure me but failed to do so I gave up in despair and took to my bed I bad dreadful pams m my heart fainting- speVk eparks be fore my my eyes and some Ut vSmSmSf ftC4r n sHEHn mmimm times I would get so blind I could not see for several minutes Ql could not stand very long...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 29 April 1897

i i 1 I I 1 Ik t j ii i lfiii3vMWrjh2r ci K innfrTftnrfTTi MTTr1 ti J M fl I kJ m a F ft 3 r hi THE YALENTIHE DEMOCRAT GOOD Editor and Publisher Official JPaper of Cherry ty Nebraska 200 3er Year Hi Advance- i n PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY Entered at t he Post office at Valentine Cherry oounty Nebraska as Second class matter This paper will be mailed regularly to its subscribers until a definite order to discontinue is received and all ar rears are paid in full THE BRANCH ACCEPTED Last week George lleinert extended the olive branch of peace to us and we gladly reached out witn both hands to accept it when great guns we found thai the end of the branch which we so cheerfully grabbed was full of thorns This is only in keep- ing with his many other acts so after recovering from the shck we ex pressed no surprise He intimates that we have been fighting him ever since he came to town but anyone who takes both papers knows that the intimation Is false For six months adding 5 to 8 per cent to...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 6 May 1897

i - Ul V -4 THE VOL XII THIS AND THAT Vomlna Event Ceorftls University GrAiluateMay 7 Musical Convention May 8 tfi Johns Guild Concert May 19 Topu lists and Silver Republicans May 22 Bishop Graves May 23 Memorial Dav May SO SlxtU District Editors June 5 Now is the time to subscribe Concert at Cornell Hall May 19 House to rent Miss E I Mills 15 Do not forget the concert at Cornell Hall May 19 J P Mullen was over from Rose bud Saturday Mra Frush will go to a hospital in Omaha Monday- D Stinard has been ill of measles k buWs recovering G Gunderson of Cody was seen on our streets Monday D A Piercy was up from Kennedy Sunday returning Monday Will Johns the painter -returned from the reservation Monday Milfe delivered 23 quarts for one dollar 9 Miss Eva Harden County Superintendent Stoner went down to WDod Lake yesterday morn ing Mrs E Sparks left Thursday morn ing for a two weeks visit in Sioux City G A Cutler retnrnpd from the east this week and is already busily at work Every man in Va...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 6 May 1897

pv w S lt1 A - m mE VOL XII THIS AND THAT iJomlua Evrntt Seorpis University Graduate stay 7 Musical Convention May 8 St Johns Guild Concert May 19 Fopullsta and Sliver Republicans May 22 Bishop Graves May 23 Memorial Day May so SixtU District Editors June 5 Now is the time to subscribe Concert at Cornell Hall May 19 House to rent Miss E I Mills 15 Do not forget the concert at Cornell Hall May 19 J P Mullen was over from Rose bud Saturday Mrs Frush will go to a hospital in Omaha Monday- D Stinard has been ill of measles k butts recovering G Gunderson of Cody was seen on our streets Monday B A Piercy was up from Kennedy Sunday returning Monday Will Johns the painter returned from the reservation Monday Mi k delivered 23 quarts one dollar 9 Miss Eva Harden County Superintendent Stoner went down to WDod Lake yesterday morn ing Mrs E Sparks left Thursday morn ing for a two weeks visit in Sioux City G A Cutler returned from the east this week and is already busily at work Every man in Val...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 6 May 1897

he Valentine enocrnt ROBERT GOOD Editor and Trop VALENTINE NEBRASKA Lunatics In an asylum in St John N Bf have decided to publish a paper No better proof of their lunacy could be shown - - Tesla says that a person who sleeps nine hours a day ought to live a hun dred jears It Is a mystery how the Philadelphians manage to die at all The newspaper of 1897 may contain a social item to the effect that the happy couple then entered to the en trancing strains of the divorce march from Smile and Grin The United States Senate is to test a new ventilating system during the - ent session The Senate never will be satisfactorily ventilated however un til the work is done at the polls It does not require much courage to burn a Spanish flag away out here in the interior of America not near as much as it required in the days of boy hood to burn pepper on the schoolroom 6tove The Denver Times says that Miss Frances Willard is to be presented on a bust to her alma mater It would be a waste of time to...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 6 May 1897

1 I - I r x i i m M - a ik I I HI f I ANNIE ROSSMAN Is be ing treated at the Arapahoe County Hospital in Denver af ter having broken the record In som nambulism During her excursions while asleep she has been rescued from injury or death by the police more than 150 times Bolts bars handcuffs and chains have all failed to keep her within her room and clad in a night gown she has roamed the streets of Denver night after night Everything possible -was done to cure the young woman but to no purpose until she was placed in the hospital There she has been watched by an attendant and cold water has been thrown in her face every time she has sought to leave her bed or escape This plan seems to be proving efficacious -and for the present at least her sleep walking career has been closed Many methods have been unsuccess fully adopted to restrain her from her nocturnal excursions The windows of her room have been locked and the key to thp door hidden but to no purpose At other times she nas be...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 6 May 1897

It I i i THE WORLD OYER LATEST NEWS FROM EVERY LAND STIES UP GERMANY OPERATION OF THE NEW TARIFF - MEASURE FEARED Hopes to Make New Treaties with this Country Consul Monoghan Sees Little Market for American Products in the Fatherland The Germans Dont Like It United States Consul Monoghan at Chemnitz Saxony in a report to the state department says Germany just now is very much- excited about the proposed new tarriff act for the United States Her hopes to extend and increase her exports have been built upon other rates than those re ported Reciprocity is regarded as the only way in which to keep her commerce within safe and sure lines Hopes are expressed that commercial treaties may be made be tween the United States and Germany The consul feels that there is little market there for American manufactured products and believes that were our man ufacturers to make half the effort in Rus sia South America and the east that will be necessary in Germany the returns will be five times as gr...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 6 May 1897

IN A cw OFFICIAL DIRECTORY BTLTE ITWMIvk SIIasAHolcoml awhiftt Governor Tamps V RaitIi ftcrtttfy of State kWFPorfer reinsurer JK Aiesorve uaiw - Jolin P Cornell sm Lands and Bulldlnmi Tarnh V Wnir ttorney General Constant InfiT Hmvth tipt Public Instruction W It Jackson f E A Hadley Scojto 1 G W KaleymRed Cloud Regents -University J Shos Rawlins Wakefld T Chas Wetton Hay Spw I H L 0 oold Ozatall a 10 H Morrill Lincoln COKORESSIONAL 8enators Wm V Allen Madlson John M Thurston Omaha Kspresentatives First District Jesse R Strode Lincoln Second D fl Mtrcer Omahaj Third Geo 1 Melklejphn Fullerton Fourth E J Hal ner Aurora Fifth Wm K Andrews Hastings Sixth O M Kern Broken Bow JUDICIAL Supreme Court T L Norval Chief Justice Harrison and Folk associates Fifteenth Judicial District M P Klnkald ONeill WIlWestovcrRushville LEGISLATIVE Representative Fifty second District O P Billings Nordcn Senator Fourteenth District Otto Mutz Bprhigview LAND OFFICE Heclster O R Glover Longplne Receiver J A F...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 6 May 1897

- ilPPIIilflS5 j2GCOCXXCCOCC S HBARTSIES TONEMENT OOCXOCXOCXOCXCX Whack bam whack whack whack echoed through the country stillness of a South Carolina afternoon as the man reaching upward from where he stood on tiptoe on the ricketty step of a corn- house hammered the big nails steady and square and drove themhome Hav ing fastened one end of a narrow board to Uic upper side of the wall he drew It down diagonally aero s the dwarf door and nailed it hard and fast effect ually preventing entrance This done he picked up half a dozen fowls which laid tied together on the ground and went to the open door of the cabin brushing ruthlessly against the blooms of a red japonica bush in his haste All was dark inside The wood in the fireplace was only smoldering not burning The daylight of the gray afternoon that stole in through the heavy shuttered window showed that a woman -sat in one corner Here you there called the man you understand that if you rip off that board and use any corn out of th...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 6 May 1897

tit I x HALLS Vegetable Sicilian HAIR RENEWER Beautifies and restores Gray Hair to its original color and vitality prevents baldness cures itching and dandruff A fine hair dressing E P Hall Co Propa Nashua KHi Sold by all Druggists NW On a red hot W day Hires Z Rootbeer t stands be tween you and the K xAlHl ill - II WU i h wk tressin g V d fects of the heat Rootbeer car cools the blood tones the stom ach Invigorates the body fully satisfies the thirst A delicious spark ling temperance drink of the high est medicinal value Hade only by The Charles E Hires Co PMla A package raaket 5 Ellom Sold everywhere 75 RDEA tffj S 50 SCEJMT B CYCLE Western Wheel Works CffCAGC fllAOS CATALOG VE FREE MT Kansas Has a New Idea In Kansas a law has been proposed which meets with favor and which promises to employ convicts without displeasing the representatives of or ganized labor This law would divide the convicts into three classes one of which would be employed in digging Irrigating ditches another ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 6 May 1897

I 1 I I I I h jr r kfJ szsxms3smsse3smScrJsZ V itiattiiiitttUHiiMiiUiiWi k - - ahaaiMfaatiaaaiaaittifSTgtiMr MB AN OBJECT LESSON 2C TO VALENTiNE DEMOCRAT The May number of The Oracle XeRoy Leachs magazine published at Wood Lake is considerably im proved ovpr thA previous numbers The typography especially is reaching -a higher standard and in time Mr Leach may pride Jiimself upon his publication The Stuart Ledger eccentrically re JT 4ieiii V i lJ3t JauJaK A CORRESPONDENT LIES Ainsworth Nebr May 3 1897 I notice in the columns of the X03ERT G0D Editor and Publisher er News of last week a 1 I - Official Paper of fcherry zy Kfe1braka 3100 3er eur in Advance PUBLIbHED EVEKY THURSDAY Entered at the Post office at Valentine Cuerrj county Nebraska as Second class matter MI - - mi This paper will be mailed regularly to itsStibseribers until a definitH order to discontinue is received aud all ar tearsare paid- in full -The Industrial School Journal a Beat little three column quarto pub lished ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 13 May 1897

v w V -A - 5 Xl Ail Wning to lounrup ii t HiS AND THAT ittin5 t Uittti Vl mJ h t IN- JVt IS irind l5 liiwi iiivi i ltiii4 I hmii UaMI i t itt Kcii1miis May 22 PMim - y t limrml Sixth lsir r LMjUv une A vw i iiiitrjlit - Cfinuly oiniNiliri l unit - S jiKi Jiif W T hcr I9 il Suw is the tinn to subscribe IUjimjj to vent Mis s If 1 Mills 15 Martin Ohristns has repainted his iVSidv UCii 0 wvnt brt da mriiing - sMrs J O VinMtvrifI sou Ross are ill wliih uir aslvs The Hiiw DonohobniMinr is A T White and family sjent div on the Schlad The next retsusar merlin k Sun- RemembKs the printer when you are dn fijwti with garden sass Milk delivered 2 3 quarts for one dollai 0 J iss livA Hakden a DYiehoff of HuosH fc Falls X Y registerciirTie Doroher Tuesday of the mard of conimissioirors will be held on I nne 8 With three mm sidewalks ordered ur neonltMvill snaii have nothing to kick about rresiding Eid r Irli in will hold jartMilv meeting ni the vf Tl church nexr Stniday Indications point 1o an in...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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