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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 27 May 1897

1 y I fcr IK i a- M i r r S l 1 aw j vxmiffsfl wiu i yw lyr mw iirMmiasrsmasneMmmemammmsKmMmsmmmmmmimtmm xZHSO OUR TWO OPINIONS XJs two wuz boyH when we fell out Nlih to the age of my youngest now Dont reclect wlmt twuz about Some small difference Ill allow Lived next neighbors twenty years A hntln each other me nd Jim He bavin his opluyln uv me Xd I bavin my oplnyiu uv him Grew up together nd wouldnt speak Courted sisters nd marrd em too Tended same meetln house oucet a week A hatln each other through nd through -But when Abe Llnkern asked the West Ir soldiers we answered me nd Jim -He havln his oplnyln uv me Nd I havln my oplnyln uv him down In Tennessee one night Ther wuz sound uv flrln fur away Nd the sergeant allowed thered be a flght With the Johnnie Rebs some time nex day Nd as 1 wuz thlnkin uv Lizzie nd home Jim stood afore me long nd slim He havln his pinyin uv me Nd I bavin my oplnyln uv him Seemed like we knew there wuz goln to be Serious trouble fr me nd him Us two shuck...

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 — 27 May 1897

A Hnre Dellvernncc Not Innlntltlioniiolr If le fnm I - i j o uuv uih 111 a snort space of time persons of u bilious habit are saved from the tortures which a disordered liver Ik capable of Inflicting bv ZHostetters Stomnuii Hitters an aatl blllous X -Medicine and aperient of the first rank The pains In the right side and through the right shoulder blade the sick headache nausea constipation and saffron hiif of the skin are entirely removed by this estimable restora tive of tone to the organs or secretion and digestion Paper Bottles It is announced that in the near fu ture bottles will be made of paper The advantages claimed for the paper bot tles are many A glass bottle is ex tremely liable to break and in the case of old wiue the breakage of a bottle in a bin causes a serious loss The paper bottle it is claimed cannot be broken unless considerable force is used JiSTtryalOcboxot Cas arcts canay cathartic fin est liver and bowel regulator made Every man that strlveth for the mas tery...

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 — 27 May 1897

a t 4 1 F 1 1 llll I- I w n m i - n iz jxir j r tagvsmst zfimj21 iWMiiiUiiitfiiaMia -- mfiTnrlrf - - ieDrasKa uity Second fifaTtin Dunham of Omaha Third TV A Poynter of B00ne tPohrth C B Casper of David 3ity Pifth TV M -Dutton of Hastings Sixth TVm Neville of North Platte The Springfield Massachusetts Re buplican hit the nail squarely on the head in saying When you are con vinced that a paper is dishonest and deceitful stop it When convinced atitisunclean stop it When it Sacks enterprise and fails to give you the iwws stop it But dont stop a paper that you believe to be honest courageous enterprising and clean dimply -because its editor has written his own sincere view instead of yours or somebodys else for if you do you are putting a premium on insincere journalism and serving notice on an editor that the way to succeed is to write -what he thinks will best please liis reactors instead of what he honest ly bejieves to be the truth BondVfor a 112000 courfhouse car ried in -Cherry co...

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 — 3 June 1897

IP m M ti u A Li V b r V A U ollar THF VOL XII Wait for the editors Races June 16 17 18 and 19 W IT Carter was down from Tuesday C S Reece of Simeon made office a pleasant call yesterday Milk delivered 23 quarts for Miss Eva Haeden C J THIS AND THAT Comina Events Concert June 4 Sixth District Editors June 15 CiKiinaplione June 8 A Great Catastrophe Coming in June County Commissioners June 8 Jtall Game June 12 iaces June 1G 17 18 and 19 School Meeting Tune 29 Teachers Institute July 19 31 Cody P IT Mugford was over from Rose bud Tuesday C E Bowring returned from Merri man yerterday C R Kinkead of Longpine was in town yesterday tw J S Grange and wife were up from Kennedy Saturday Carey Thorn is expected home from Salt Lake City in a few days For Rent Nice large office room m stone building 18 T C Hornby Mrs S G Barnes of was in town on business terdav property on West Virginia street and is preparing to make this his home Frank Whittecar came up from Ainsworth Sunday evening and Mon d...

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 — 3 June 1897

ht fxUntine eniecmt TIOBERT IOOI Kditor and Prop VALENTINE NEBRASKA AdverLise uia save the sheriff th trouble of doing it for you The Salt Luke Herald prints a poem entitled It Wasnt Him We suspect then that it was he The father of waters is just recover ing from a prolonged tear he ought to be confined to his bed now for quite a while The telegraphic market reports say that salted codfish are sluggish and In active This probably is due to the way in which they are cut decollete An 8-year-old girl and a 12-year-old boy are said to have eloped in West Virginia They probably may easily be identified by the dollies they carried along A New Tork woman 79 years old got married the other day because the spirit told her to do so After this she should use nothing but rectified spirits in her business A Boston paper suggests that the etrets of Chicago could be cleaned by turning the Chicago River through them for flushing purposes Boston doesnt comprehend the Chicago River When Simonides off...

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 — 3 June 1897

f r W A Good Roads a Bier Issue It is significant that the two leading articles in a recent issue of the Na tional Advocate a journal devoted to agricultural life and interests should deal with The Rush to the Cities and The Relation of Good Roads to Rural Life The first of these papers by President David Starr Jordan of Stan ford University points out as one of the most disquieting features of our social condition the alarming tendency to congestion in the cities The second paper commenting on the necessity of improved roadways gives one of the most important of the reasons for this tendency Entirely apart from the immensely important considerations of commer cial and industrial welfare the nation must look to national and State sys tems of good roads if it would build up the country And the country is the storehouse from which every nation draws its strength The journal quotes from the California Advocate First and as the necessity without which nothing can be done wre must have g...

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 — 3 June 1897

r ELECTRIC FLASHES NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD THE EARTH QUAKES SHOCKS FELT IN WASHINGTON AND OTHER POINTS No Damage or a Serious Nature Has Been Reported Montana Indians Said to Have Killed a Dozen White Men Other Items The Earth Quakes Washington May 31 What is supposed to have been an earthquake shock was felt here at 159 It lasted 50 seconds and caused chandeliers to sway and floors to tremble It was noticed in the capitol in he telephone exchange and other build ings The movement was from south to north Zanesville Ohio May 81 An earth quake shock was felt here about 1 oclock The Courier building four stories exhibited decided vibrations Employes on the upper floors rushed out in alarm Richmond Va May 81 An earthquake shock of a few seconds duration was felt about 180 Buildings shook and windows rattled No damage was done Chicago May 81 Advicea show the earthquake was general throughout the country as far south as Atlanta Ga and Asheville N C and extending north through Hun...

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 — 3 June 1897

r s V 1 1 V V OFFICIAL DIRECTORY feXrrer vJn m2SS Bupt Public Instruction w It Jackson fKAITadley Scotfa I C W IvaleymRed Cloud Regents University shos Rawlins Wakef Id I Chas Weston Hay Spgs I II L Goold Ograialla ICH Morrill Lincoln CONGRESSIONAL Senators Win V Allen Madison John M Tlnirston Omaha Rspresentatives First District Jesse H Strode Lincoln Second D fl Mercer Omaha Third iion DMciklejolin Fiillcrton Fourth EJ Hai iinr Aurora Fifth Wm K Andrews Hastings blth O M Kem Broken Bow JFDICIAL Supreme Conrt T Xorval Chief Justice UairiMiu and Folk associates rlfe1h lcia District M F KInkald ONeill V II Westovcr ltuslivllltf LEGISLATIVE Representative Fifty second District -OF ftllllncs Nordeu Senator Fourteenth District Otto Mutz Bprliijjvlew LAND OFFICE Register O It Glover Longpine Receiver J A Fikc Newport COUNTY Treasurer o 1 Orahb lcrlj Geo Elliott lnti Amos Strong Judge W R Towne County Attorney F M Walcott County Superintendent Lillian Stoncr Surveyor Chas Talt Coroner A L...

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 — 3 June 1897

BE CHEERFUL Though earth cures oppress Ihca And adversity twine Her durk wreaths about thee Yet oh maltf no sign Tread firmly lifes mazes Repressing the tear That fain would oft gush forth Foor wanderer here Perhaps on the morrow Prosperitys sun May shine on thy pathway And sorrow be done The way once so desolate May take a new turn And bright flowers erst hidden Our eyes may discern Cheer up Oil theres magic In these little words You hear them in the streamlet In songs of the birds Look up see them written In the depths of blue Press onward look upward The light will break through -Utica Globe THE GHOST OF A GALLOWS It was an extremely awkward situa tion Even I who am somewhat slow to think as a rule realized that in stantly At my feet in the dusty road way lay a revolver still hot and smok ing from its discharge the report of which had just startled the quiet of that country lane while not far away from me there lay in the road the body of a man who had fallen from a dog cart to t...

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 — 3 June 1897

1 V US Vegetable Sicilian mm otewer Beautifus and restores Gray Hair to its original color and vita ty prevents baldness cures itching and dandruff A fine hair dressing P Hall Co Props Nashua N H nuui iiv an uruggists feel like a new j of the past I ior what it has r vi The per capita circulation of cur rency in the Uiiited States is now 52555 as against 2557 a month ago and 2432 a year uo Why McCormick Changed from trio Xieft to the Right Hand Binder It has been said that the conveniences of one age become the necessities of the next but no ordinarily sane iimn will contend that the necessities of one age shoirid become the inconveniences of the next When binding was done by hand the left hand cut harvester was a neces sity The grain fell on the platform of the harvester and was delivered into the receiver with its heads towards the rear of the machine The men stood in the re ceiver facing the grain With the left hand machine the heads of the grain are at the left hand of the man d...

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 — 3 June 1897

a- gliVWVWitfViM HfiHr1 WE C KNOW JSC THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT ROBERT GOOD Editor and Publisher Official Paper of Cherry Coun ty Nebraska jfO0 Per Yettr in Advance PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY Entered at the Post office at Valentine Cherry i county 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 WHY IT WAS WRONG Mother -Lake May 25 1897 -Editor Valentine Democrat I wish to reply through the columns of The Democrat to your article of -May 13th in regard the court house bonds You say if a contest ensues facts like the following will be brought out and the vote from each precinct named will undoubtedly be cast out by the district court In Mother Lake you say the board was sworn by G S Johnson as assessor but an assessor has no power to admister oaths only in regard to property In legard to Mother Lake you have misrepresented the facts either by error or purposely Accordi...

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 — 10 June 1897

bi I n l y h v W3 T- Is - T i iZZjZrj THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT VOL XII THIS2AND THAT Com inaJRretH County CwmnisIonci Juneli Bull Game lunejV MiirtSssiMCIi Jtces Tone 10 17 18 amlt School Meeting June 29 Independence Daj July Teachers Institute July iS Hl jf Fred Miller has week been quite Hl this The IDonoher is receiving aiiew coat oTpaiaat Levi G Sparks haefceen que ill the past week M Harris is renouoiing the iinterior of her restaurant J C Pettijohn is taking the -school census this week F Fischer made a Ainsworth Tuesday Hying np to fPkft flriinln rn Jsm 4 rfinwr are getting out the gaper and Remember the printer whenou are m town with garden sass Prof A T Schriber was in town from Wood Lake Saturday Why not attend the Fourth of July celebration at Kennedy this year Milk delivered 23 quarts for one ollar 0 Miss Eva Haiiben FoslRsnt Xice large office soom m stone building 18 T C Horns Bail games and horse races are the only topics of conversation nowadays Condemned mule sold at a...

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 — 10 June 1897

p ROBERT GOOD Kditor and Prop VALENTINE - NEBRASKA That Grecian A ar already te Ending great difficulty in keeping on the first page A -woman in Little Rock the other day shot four men Wonder what she was firing at Says the Scranton Truth The earth revolves on its axis once a day Truth la mighty and will prevail Wise men are instructed by reason men of less understanding by experi ence the most ignorant by necessity Says the Philadelphia Ledger We Will not purchase Cuba Neither will we this may as well be understood now If it is feasible to Insure residences against burglary why shouldnt bank -presidents be insured against type writers A Berlin scientist cables over the in formation that he has discovered the prune cause of baldness Absence of hair probably The rumor that George Gould has squeezed 52500000 out of Russell Sage undoubtedly is a canard for the old man is still alive After holding its own for a hundred years the stovepipe hat is threatened with extinction It is the plug...

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 — 10 June 1897

V 5 I i Cultivator Follower Cultivating the growing crops is high ly conducive to growth but in times of jdry weather there is an enormous evap oration rom the soil that has just been stirred by the broad teeth of a cultiva tor the land being left in loose ridges Some advocate hanging a board be hind to drag the surface of the earth down smooth This has a tendency to pack the surface which is not FOLLOWER FOK THE CLLTIVATOIt able Hang the board as shown in the cut and insert in the lower edge a row of forty penny wire nails removing the heads This will leave the surface smooth and level but loose so that the air and sunshine can enter while at night the moisture laden air will enter the moisture will condense as it is cooled by the ground and so will re main in the soil Orange Tudd Fanner Fair Farmers Well why shouldnt farmers girls study agriculture Is there any good reason why the State should provide for the education of the farmers boys and allow the girls to get their training ...

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 — 10 June 1897

THE WORLD OYER LATEST NEWS FROM EVERY LAND APPEAL TO -AMERICA SPANISH SUBJECTS IN ASK AID OF US CUBA The Result of Butcher Weylers War Policy Is There to Crush the War Not to Heed the Distress and Suffering of the Inhabitants They Cry for Pood A New York Heralds Havana dispatch hf June 7 says A strange appeal on be half of the starving and dying reconcen trados in Matanzas who excited pity in the hearts of Lee and Calhoun has been made to the people of the United States Since the United States has begun measures for the relief of its citizens in Matanzas the desperate plight of Cuban reconcentrados there has resulted in a petition signed by a hundred of them in which they beg in the name of common humanity that they may be included in the charity The petition is headed An appeal to the United States It is now on its way to Washington The principal part of it is as follows For ome time past we have been contem plating the Idea of an appeal to your charitable feelings for relief for t...

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 — 10 June 1897

L IL V OFFICIAL DIRECTORY STATE GoTcnjgr SllajAHolcomt Lieutenant Governor James E Jlarrlfc Secretary of Stabs WF Porter w itreMurer JNMeserve Auditor John F Cornell Com Lands and Bnlldlngu Jacob V Wolfe Attorney General Constantino J Smyth Bupt Public Instruction W It Jackson b Eegents University u a jiaaiey scoiin I C W KaleymRed Cloud I UVnc TJnntllno Wnl nfUJ 1 Chas Weston Hay Spgs I H L Goold Ogaialla lOH Morrill Lincoln C02VGRKSSIONAL 8enators Win V Allen Madison John M Thurston Omaha Kspresentatives First Disti let Jesse li Strode jineoin mccoimi u it xuprcer umana intra GeoDMelklelohnFullerton Fourth K J Hai rier Aurora Fifth Wm K AndrHws Hastings Sixth O M Kern Broken How i - JUDICIAL Supreme Court T L Norval Chief Justice Harrison and Polk associates Fifteenth Judicial District M P Klnkald OXuill W II Westover Rushvilltf f LEGISLATIVE Representative Fifty second District OP Billlncs Norden Senator Fourteenth District Otto Mutz Sprlngvlew LAND OFFICE RecistfrO It Glover Lon...

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 — 10 June 1897

M THE PENALTY Nebbcr was no use o gtttin bumptious auyhow Mockin bird hi- sot IiismiT ter ingin on le bough An evy time a yuilmh bird would try tor otalit a cbune He take it up an carry it an scourage im right soon He put on lots ob airs be did de envy ob de throng A -sin gin An a wingin An a mockin all day long An many a bird dat humbly crop along a lower limb Would stop awhile ter listen an ter wish dat he wus him Dey worried bout de human folks dat praised im up so high But dem birds got mo contented when a week or so went by Dar is pity foh de mockin bird dat caused sech jealous rage Case dey cotched im An dey fotched im An deyve got Mm in a cage STORY OF A SOL DIERS DOUBLE About thirty days before Grant broke through Lees Hue at Petersburg and the beginning of the end came a por tion of my regiment captured seven Confederates and brought them into camp My own company was a part of the Federal force but as I -was on detached duty that week I was not Avith them The first I knew o...

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 — 10 June 1897

Shake Into Your Shoes Allens Foot Base a powdr for the eet it cures palurul swollen smart ing feet and Instantly takes the sting ut of corns and bunions Its the greatest comfort discovery of the age MJens Foot Ease makes tight fitting r new shoes feel easy It is a certain cure for sweating callous and hot tired aching feoU Try it to day Sold Oy all druggists and shoe stores By nail for 25 cents in stamps Trial package FREE Address Allen S Olmsted Ixi Roy N Y Smith No 1 do not like jokes which make fun in any way of religion It seems to me we are liable to be called up for them in the next world Smythc Were more likely to be called down Philadelphia Press When bilious or costive eat a Cascaret candr ca thartic cure guaranteed 10c 25c Popular opinion is the greatest lie in the world Dyspepsia Is weakness of the stomach It is the louroe of untold misery It may be cure 1 by toning and strengthening the stomach and enriching and purifying the blood with Hoods Sarsaparilla Many thousands ...

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 — 10 June 1897

h jfei - n L 1MK ti i - l m irrf lTrf7 1 nirwwuft WE KNO f HE VALENTINE QEMOCRAT aOBEBT GOOD Eiter and PnblMer Official Paperof Cherry tj Stebntska 4WtOO 2er Year in Advance PUBLIMHED EVERY THUItSDA Entered at tbe PostrGJRoeat ValeHttne iSherry county Nebri ika as Seccrnl class matter This paper will be mailed -regularly Jo itHsutwoa bers untU a definite -order o discontinue is received and all ar rears are paid in full The editors came they saw and they were conquered by the prosperity generally healthy look of Wslen iue ttpays to advertise Five men sip fplied for the job of working our poll tax wiftan 48 hours after the paper vwas out last week Th inm who ieivs the conn ry and jfails to give hi address to the post inusLer or semi it to the paper die has been rending for several years is too mean fur tnvn a sat on the bleach e is aviimi tin reirrection occurs Did you ever notice how much the vditors of country papers are addicted to wean nir belrsor rga trouser waist bauds When the...

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 — 17 June 1897

r w iA - g 8l r X A rii 171 VOL XII THIS AND THAT Com InaJZviintH Ircscott Torry 18 and 19 Races June 1C 17 lSiancl 10 Carlton Lord Company June 2425 anil 2C School Meeting June as Independence Day -July 4 Teachers Institute July 10 ji Now is the time to subscribe il00 S T Gilman is in town this week For a Million Opera House Friday night Mrs A D Cole was down from Cody Saturday Nellie Bullis spent a few days at Itosebud last week J A Carroll took in the Crawford ball games last week E McDonald was down from Crook ston a few days this week C E Bowring made a trip up the road the Grst of the week Prescott Torreys Comedy Co Friday and Saturday night Jarvis Richards was down from Chadron on business yesterday Mrs Webb of Itosebud is visiting with the family of W F Bullis Milk delivered 23 quarts for one dollar 9 Miss Eva Harden Friday night is yoar night to laugh For a Million at the Opera House Fob Rent- Nice large office room in stone building 18 T C Hornby Miss Mae OSullivan visited...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
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