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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 16 May 1901

K Tile Valentine Democrat I M RICE Publisher YALENTINE NEBRASKA f BRIEF TELEGRAMS I The Thirty ninth infantry was mus tered out of service at San Francisco The Prussian government has bought the coal mines in the Ruhr district known as the Minister enbach and the Altrop for 25000- 000 marks The gross earnings of the Chicago Great Western railway for the fourth week of April show an increase of 4142042 over the corresponding week of last year The Hawaiian house of representa tives has passed the income tax bill which asesses 2 per cent on all over 1000 of the income of every person or corporation Rev A R Bartholomew of Rich land S D fired into a charivari party Arthur Shuflelt was hit in the jaw by a bullet but will recover Parties are all prominent The report of the boiler makers and ship builders society at London shows a decrease of 100000 tons in the ves sels launched during the past year as compared with 1899 The county board of control at St Paul has decided to seek requisition...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 16 May 1901

J V j4eeK34j W4t0MQ444Q44 H6e Bondman By HALL CAINE A CORtlfKKl Story 4K33s3 CHAPTER I Continued When he was gone Greeba went -down to the tents at the mouth of the Tnlnes and asked for the Captain A Danish gentleman who did not know her and whom she did not know answered to that title and then she said that hearing that a hospital was being built she had come out from Reykjavik to offer herself as a nurse If a nurse was wanted A nurse is wanted said the Cap lain and though we had no thought of a woman you have come in the nick of time So Greeba under some assumed Tiame unknown to the contingent of Danish officers fresh from Denmark who had that day taken the places of the Icelandic warders and recogniz able in her true character by two men -only in Krisuvik Michael Sunlocks and Red Jason if ever they should see her took up her employment as hos pital nurse to the sick prisoners of the Sulphur Mines But having attained her end or the first part of it her heart was torn by many confl...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 16 May 1901

f W V THE VALENTINE DH3BAT I M RICE hC TOR OfjleJal Xewmpappr of fit tl County NebranLil TERMS Subscription 1 no pr year in ad vane 5150 when not jtlil hi Display mlrertlslnK i inch 15c per iasuo 10 pur column hy the mot u Local NdfirrK 5c pet iiite each issue Brands VJ Inches- M00 per yr in ad- vance daioiitfl fpu 00 per inch per ypar J engraved blocks extra too each Parties living outside Cherry enmity not pr- SDnally known are requvsteu to pay hi arivaiirp 10 per cent additional to above rates II over 6 months In arrears Notices of loss of stock free to brand adver tisers Thursday May 9 1901 - ADDITIONAL LOCAL Omaha painless dentist June 1 and 3 17 M F Clynes takes Hopkins place at the Donoher Dr J J Evans of Springview is in town this week Mr and Mrs J McNair were in town on business Saturday J C Petti John went to Lincoln last Wftek to visit his danghter Myrtle M JL Jordan and Phil Fleming of Arabia are attending court this week We will give a full report of the court proceedin...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 16 May 1901

y - MnnnMiitui THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT I M RICE EDITOR Mutual companies pay losses in full No discount I M Rice Agent CHARLES LONG MAN Postofllce address Allen 8 u On left side of cattle Range Bear Creek a Postofflce address PoBtofflc Addrec lmen Xeb Btook branded earn aa eat be- kind left shoulder Rasp es tht BabUato JOHN A LOGAN Allen J On left shoulder and hit some 1 on left shouldrandL on left si do Ear mark left ear cropd Range Bear Creek Woodlake Neb Joln Roans private mark slit in left ear CIIARLES LONE WOLF TBafffiTwIiii Postofflce address Allen 3 D On right side and shoulder horses Eameonrightthigb Range Bear Creek Kcan Brothers Prb I WILLIAM TssH WILSON Postofllco nddess Kihror Nebr Two half c roles on left hi i aud leftside of neck Horses same on left sbouldr Some cattle branded reaner hook on left bin Range Southeast of Kiigore Neb C S WILLIAMS Postofllco address Gallon Nebraska On loft side also W I left side also Jleft hip also W on side aud S on hip horses S on left ja...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 16 May 1901

r K I a -nil i 1 1 t imo mil hibiU IHii MAY BLOCK BIG DEAL Tumultuous Proceedings on Wall Street Affect Burlington Movement UNION PACIFIC PROTECTING ITSELF Purchase of Northern Pacific Shares Is to Provent Rivals Benefiting Kuhn toeb May now Assent to Triangular Arrange- - ssent With the Northerners NEW YORK May 9 The Evening Post In discussing the Northern Pa cific situation says Kuhn Loeb Co it was creditably stated today have acquired sufficient Northern Pa cific stock to prevent if they desire the approval of the Burlington pur chase by Northern Pacific sharehold ers Their purchases for the most part have been made within a week Some compromise will be made as the par ties in conflict are so important and Union Pacific interests which the management of that property felt were threatened by the aggressive policy of the Northern Pacific will be protected by agreement or by Mr Harriman and perhaps other Union Pacific directors going Into the Northern Pacific board These are matters...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 16 May 1901

y H -- - nrfimr httim TiwrtwwiiiiwiriiiiiiiiMMftiiiiiihiiiTTirinrii bssS nit nil PkffHLL n H sB ill i JEWrfZLc2Wk I bH fc mmmm Mil ABwk H sssB M iVL MwwWVifcill6vSBfctii ii ssssl HMr cgWBWmFrigPngy jSphKJ BB 3 5aisSaCgiafcitfklK yTslffp HH rMBBBi 1 SraHaBk II BiAaO VvflrKvdQDKAnnki9BCnBmBBflBBBflBBBL B1BET Is it not true Women suffer feel the very life crushed out of them grow old before their time Each morning wake up determined to do so much before the day ends and yet Before th9 morning is very old the dreadful BACKACHE attacks them the brave spirit sinks back in affright no matter how hard they struggle the clutch is upon them and they fall upon the couch crying Why should I suffer so What can I do The answer is ready your cry has been heard and a woman is able to restore you to health and happiness Backache is only a symptom of more fatal trouble heed its warning in time liydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound will stop your torture and restore your courage Your pains come from un...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 16 May 1901

4 7 If i u It M l THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT I M RICE EDITOR 100 Per Yetir lit Advance PUBLIbHEU KVKKY THURSDAY Entered at 1 h e Post ornce at Valentine Cherry eonnty Nenraika an Second class matter Ready Made Shoes You limy help a dog out of trouble mid no matter what kind of a dog he i city dog country dog big dog little do educated dog or illiterate aristocracy or pleb and he will wag his tail into paralysis and exaust every muscle in his body trying to tell you that mama When lie was 10 months old A crank old bachelor said that Vaseut anything wonderful that he had read in the Bible that Job cursed the dav he was born They tell ihis story in Lee conn t Ga of a Negro who applied to a justice of the peace to marry hi m - lie had no money and offer ed a string of lish as a fee After a year had passed the justice met the in an and said Y ell William how do you like married life Well suh was the reply I wish tcr de Lawd Id eat dem fish i On a recent occasion we over herd a youiig man ple...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat — 23 May 1901

V -4 VOLUME XVI ifill 1 1 ill IH I AMAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAA f f r AAAA W30000 49 For Shoes 4 SPRING footwear in the 49 same styles shown by leading city stores but Ja at smaller prices is our boast and we make 43 the assertion good Our experience -in this t ine and know how in picking out good qual J ity stylish footwear to retail at close prices j is a direct benefit to people who buy shoes 49 here for they get superior value for their 2 money Why not see if we cannot please you 49 better than anyone else Our shoe man knows 49 how to FIT shoes Thats as important as 5a quality and style for it means comfort too 49 49 49 -49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 Hosiery 35-S-O GET nnminrnrKTO AT THIS b im n v m h v ib m YOUR jtiuin xnvj OFFICE We Can Satisfy Ycu in Qualftv Price and Vortoauship 00000On 2 I fcfr h h of is will wear out no matter how good but some wears out a lot sooner than our kind We buy from manufacturers who know how to put J long wear into their hosiery without sacri...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat — 23 May 1901

tj J I I i i w n ft- va nVi 3S S The Valentine Democrat I M RICE Publisher VALENTINE NEBRASKA tvJ to y JJJJI JI BRIEf TELEGRAMS 4 V V I V yVYVYVV At Fort Wayne Ind one hundred and twenty five machinists and ap prentices in the Wabash railway shops struck Count von Buelow the chancellor has sent a letter to the reichstag ask ing that body to adjourn until No vember 26 Mrs Gage wife of Secretary of the Treasury Gage who has been ill for Borne time is reported to be in a seri ous condition Tucket Woodson Taylor aged 46 was found dead in his rooms at Greencastle Wyo It is believed to be a case of suicide A young woman at Wallingford Conn has been awarded damages o 700 against a man who nearly scared her to death for a joke According to the return of this years census the total population of England and Wales is 32525716 an increaso of 3523 191 over 1891 Vice President Roosevelt has accept ed an invitation to make an address at Minneapolis during the state fair The address will be made S...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat — 23 May 1901

I Vhe Bondmaa By HALL CAINE -X A Coittaued Story 33SkSk3S CHAPTER II Continued There are momenta when the sense of our destiny is strong upon us and this was such a moment to Red Ja son He saw Michael Sunlocksfor the first time but without knowing him and yet at that sight every pulse heat and every nerve quivered A great sorrow and a great pity took hold of him The face he looked upon moved him the voice he heard thrilled him and by an impulse that he could not resist he stopped and turned to the warder leaning on the musket and said Let me do this mans work It would be nothing to me He is ill Send him up to the hospital March shouted his own warders and they hustled him along and at the next minute ho was gone Then the bell stopped for an instant for Michael Sunlocks had raied his head to look upon the man who had spok en He did not see Jasons face but his own face softened at tho words he had heard and his bloodshot eyes grew dim Go on cried the warder with the musket and the bel...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat — 23 May 1901

k f THE VALENTINE DtlOCRAT I M RICE LQITOR Official JVewnpaper of Cherry Count y Nebraska TERMS Sbscriptln lno per year In advance S1G0 when not paid hi aihmce Display advertlsJn -1 Inch 15c per issue 10 per column by the nil lis Local Notices 5c pit line each issue Brands XH Inches 400 per year In ad vance additional spa 300 per inch per year engraved blocks extii 100 each Parties living outsit Cherry county not per- sanally known are requested to pay in advance M per cent additional to above rates If over 6 months In arrears Notices of loss of stock free to brand adver tisers i - mmm i Thursday May 23 1901 ig H ft S A Young Mans Soliloquy of Late I long to be an Indian and with the Indians stand Jng hair upon ray forehead a bow within my hand Id like to go to Utah go wild and tear my hair To be with that sweet maiden that Angel bright and fair But then I have some rivals for honors that 1 crave The lawyer ana the dentist the cashier Bonny Brave I think that I can fix them when the...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat — 23 May 1901

X - V K Posto tico address Allen iJ D1 On left shoulder and bin some 1 on left shouldr and fo on left sldo Earmark-left ear cropd Range Bear Creek ajfitfaty y EiS Brownlee Nebr Range between Goose Creek and Loup 1m THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT I M RICE EDITOR Mutual companies pay losses in full No discount I M Rice Agent CHARLES LONG MAN Postofflce address Allen S D On left side of cattle Range Bear Creek Tuoxpaos FostofHos Addrcc Eimen Neb Stock branded mid ta oat be hind leftsbouldri Raffo a tor JOHN A LOGAN CIIAItLES LONE WOLF tJFi Woodlake Neb John Roans private mark silt in left ear rostoffice address Allen 5 D On right side and shoulder horses sameonrightthigh Range Bear Creek Roan Brothers I RR 1 rrmMmVZn4Slel rr WILLIAM J1 WILSON Postofflce a ddess Kilor Nebr Two half e rclt s on left hip and leftside of neck Horses same on left sliouldr Some cattle branded reaner hook on left hln Eange Southeast of Kilgore Neb C S WILLIAMS Postofflce address Gallop Nebraska On left side also W I ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat — 23 May 1901

-I I it- t 4 I fe Irfl t I I iE Ml hi u A GIFTED AND BEAUTIFUL GIRL Threatened With Nervous Prostration PROMPTLY SAVED BY Br niV vJ 9 m cYFlPri vK MISS ROSE CULLEN OF BUTTE MONT p wiSESSr t V W V J ISSO shoe is S4fc to 5S5 my iS Vtilt iidge Line cannot be equalled M Mrfcirwririii nuirmri mjk SEND US YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS and upon Teceipt of same I will send yon a proposition whereby you will be liberally paid for a few minutes of your time no can vassing as I have nothing to sell It costs you absolutely nothing Write to flay W C KLEINE 3100 Pine Street St Louis Mo nliocc WMFRF Aft FtSE FAILS Best Cough Syrup Tastes Good Deo IQ time SQIQ OY uruMtiam fTCTCHTSTO at any price MEN TO SELL CIGARS Liberal proposition if you are out of employment and wantr a profitable steady situa tion and will devote your time to our business write us HAVANA CIGAR COMPANY DeSota Building St Loais Mo IN 3 OR 4 YEARS AN INDEPENDENCE ASSURED WzMSl Mjsm If you take up your home in Western Con adathe land of p...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat — 23 May 1901

JL v Redeeming Money There was received at the redemp tion division of the treasury recently an envelop containing a mass oi greenish paper dried and hard but showing evidence of having once been - water soaked The letter accompany- ing explained that the substance had once been money and that it had been found among the debris left by the storm at Galveston Tex It was of fered for redemption There was un doubtedly much money destroyed in the Galveston storm but comparative ly little of it has been recovered A half dozen or more installments have been received but in all it has amount ed to but a few hundred dollars Some of that sent in had been found in the pockets of clothing worn by victims of the storm Most of it was In fair shape and the senders received the full amount in crisp new bills The man who recovered the last lot re ceived however was less fortunate It was turned over to E A Brown the treasury expert on mutilated money who soaked the mass and picked it apart discoveri...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat — 23 May 1901

-4 r rt f i ranan wmw 1 i 4r CMAHA NEB Cor fSUi and If Wcrth Sts LI01J08 MORPHINE 70BAC0 THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT I M RICE EDITOR 100 Per Year in Aiutstve PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY Entered at tbe Post oice at Valentine Cherry county Nebraska as matter SPEOIL VTION How mauy were rained Qnancially how many lives wero blighted and how many homes were darkened by the re cent Wall street speculative panic will never be known nor will the awful les son taught by the catastrophe be heed ed long Men will continue to risk their for tunes their happiness and the happi ness of their dependants in the mad en deavor to grow rich in a day This is preeminently an age of vast combinations of wealth and with us as perhaps with no other generation money-getting is the prime object of life Education culture and refinement must all pay tribute to our god of wealth and worth and position are all toojoften reckoned by dollars and cents It is idle to try to stem the flood as well attempt to check an army in ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 30 May 1901

V - Hi in VOLUME XVI sJi GET YOUR For Shoes SPEING footwear in the h same styles shown by leading city storen but jg at smaller prices is our boast and we make 4ft the assertion good Our experience in this 4 line and know how in picking out good 45 y 818u footwear to retail at close prices 43 is a direct benefit to people who buy shoes here for they get superior value for their Jj money Why not see if we cannot please you better than anyone else Our shoe man knows 4 how to FIT shoes Thats as important as Jj Quality and style for it means comfort too 4 49 4 4 - 4 4 -49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 Hosiery PRINTING AT THIS OFFICE Vg Cm ftUsfy Yw in Qwlitv Prie wd Wpfkpwfy LA 0 ooo5 2 ftfr to J will wear out no matter how good but some wears out a lot sooner than our kind We H t buy from manufacturers who know how to put jjj long wear into their hosiery without sacrificing a appearance In childrens school hose we have f i -- an especially desirable line at 25 cents that j saves darning T...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 30 May 1901

i 41 1 i hf f f 1 11 The Valentine Democrat I I M RICE Publisher VALENTINE wwvvv - V4 NEBRASKA -T-A -- - - A AA A A errr r BRIEF TELEGRAMS a V In a quarrel near Maryville Marion countyIa John Montiethraged 22 shot and killed his uncle Philip Goadson aged 50 Comptroller of the Currency Dawes announces his candidacy for senator from Illinois He is about to take a trip to Lincoln Neb with his wife It is probable says a dispatch to the Daily Mail from Marseilles that an American- coal trust will be formed here by an important London house Edward A Cudahy of Omaha is quoted as saying that he will if nec Icssary double his reward of 25000 to secure the capture of the kjdnaper of his son The president has granted a pardon to Louis Gallot of New Orleans who was convicted in 1896 of misapplica tion of the funds of the Union Na tional bank of that city Charles Foster was sentenced at Upper Sandusky O to serve ten years in the penitentiary at hard la bor and to pay the costs of the trial for t...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 30 May 1901

- s I I 1 sketch tssrroH 3 HI 111 i ill 9KSnmSiMJwmv ilk -A Memorial Surprise Party Alma Maynard sat at the window Jooklng thoughtfully out at the newly Ibudded trees Poor Alma had heen confined to the house all the spring with the scarlet fever which had left 3ier so weak that at first she could hardly lift her head but now that she was up and her young friends were al lowed to visit her she had been wish ing they would come in a party some evening She did not know that at school that very day her playmates were planning to surprise her on the afternoon of Decoration day which was the next Wednesday The day dawned bright and warm and about 1 oclock that afternoon IMrs Nelson said Alma you had bet ter go and lie down awhile So Alma lay down and was soon fast asleep At a signal from Mrs Nelson the children trooped noiselessly from -a neighbors where they had gathered and soon the room adjoining Almas was filled with gay lads and lassies all bearing sweet spring flowers which they arr...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 30 May 1901

jjr 83MEmmg2 4 i S2K3n tr THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT 1 M RICE EDITOR Official Newspaper of Cherry County Neoranha TERMS Sabscptlm 100 per year in advance 8160 when not paid in advauce Display advertislng l Inch 15c per issue 10 f per column by the month Local Notices Dc per line each Issue Brands U Inches - S400 per year in ad vance additional space S300 per Inch per year engraved blocks extra 5100 each Tarties livinp outside Cherry county not per sonally known are roquested to pay in advauce 10 percent additional to above rates if over 6 months la arrears Notices of loss of stock free to brand advert tlsers Thursday May 30 1901 OUR DEAR BOY When Pauline Adams came to town She drove the laddeu wild and Ray To desperation quite And lost to self and beauties of qur race With Queeuly graces and her charms She wound each thread and ball of yarn Till cables held them safe and strong - Beneath her magic scepter wand Again In transformation grand She merges forth In buffalo With bells and orna...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 30 May 1901

V H FOstullhenddresb Allen 8 u Onleilsideol cattle Banjn Hear Creek Poetofflco address Woodlake Neb John Bonns private mark slit lu left ear I If linn II ll r ln THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT I M RICE X TUOiUBOM JOHN Allen B D On left shoulder and hip some 1 on Wgf left shouldr and fc on left side Earmark-left ear cropd Range Hfar Creek EDITOR Mutual companies pay losses in full No discount I M Rice Agent CHARLES LONG MAN FostoSlm Clmean Hob Btocli branded tam as est be- hind lertebo older Rasp cs Uc oMagle LOGAN Postofflce address Allen 5 D On right side and shoulder horses same on right thigh Bange Bcar Creek Roan Brothers rT WILLIAM TaTI WILSON Postofflc Kilror Two half al ess c reins on left hip and 1 eft side ot necic riorses same on left shouldr Some cattle brauded RMI reaper hook on left hip Range Southeast of KilgoioNeb Postofflce address C S WILLIAMS Gallon Nebraska On left side also TV I left side also J left hipaIso W on side and Son hip horses S on left jaw Range Eight miles so...

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