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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 17 June 1897

ht nhntim mOcmt ROBEKT GOOD Kditor and Prop VALENTINE NEBRASKA St Louis claims to Have a mcycie rider who is blind A groat many bi cyclists ride just that way An Eastern contemporary asserts that the falling off in saloons is large ly due to the influence of the bicycle And vice versa of course The Washington Post has discovered that a few shirt waisted girls do not make a summer but they can easily keep a divorce court busy Several esteemed contemporaries re cently have asserted that Bob Fitzsim anons will become an actor Non sense He will go upon the stage thaf s all Hon Flab Izzard of Forest City Ark has started for Washington to bag a postoffice appointment That name clearly entitles him to some thing It is understood that the next number of the Old Womans Home Journal will contain an article by A Hamid of Constantinople on How to Remove Greece Spots A Boston writer says that the only thing known about angels is that there are none How that fellows eyes would be opened if he wer...

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 — 17 June 1897

i i t k h i NOTES ON EDUCATION MATTERS OF INTEREST TO PU PIL AND TEACHER Great Boyish Achievements in Fchool Recalled by the Middle Acd Man Why Some Teachers Dont Succeed Farm School for Vagrants The Spellinir Class Our views as to what constitutes great achievements said the middle aged man -vary with our years I well remember the time when I looked upon the boys who could spell such words as immateriality and incompatibility -without mistake with wonder As the words in the spelling book in creased in number of syllables there were fewer and fewer words to the les son There might be in the words lessons whose columns of words reached half or three quarters of the way down the page and with five or six columns across the page Those seven and eight syllabled words were in short lessons only seven or eight words deep and only two or three col umns across the page But short as they were these short compact blocks of words of many syllables presented to the younger boys who occasionally...

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 — 17 June 1897

lrp r AROUND THE EARTH OCCURRENCES THEREIN FOR A WEEK HAS A NAERO WESCAPE ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION OF FAURE A FAILURE Jnfcrnal Machine Explodes Near HJh Carriage While on His Way to the Grand Prix Mate of the Steamer Ingersoll Thrown Overboard President Paures Narrow Escape An atteinnt was made Sunday to assas sinate Felix Fau re president of the French republic while he was en route to Long Champs to witness the Grand Prix While M Faures carriage was passing a thicket near Le Cascade restaurant in the Boise do Bolougno a bomb which subsequently proved to be a piece of tubing about six Indies long and two inches in diameter with a thickness of half an inch charged with powder and swan shot exploded No one was injured by the explosion A man in the crowd suspected as the prime mover was arrested lie gave his name as Gallet and made only the briefest re plies to questions put to him by the police Gallet said he had no occupation but re eided at Levallers Perret The police are making a 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 — 17 June 1897

u It - s I 4 9 H OFFICIAL DIRECTORY STATE PoTeroor Sllajj A Holcomb lieutenant Governor JameSEflarrli A gtcretafy of State WF Porter treasurer JNMcserve Auditor John F Cornell Com Landsand Bulldlngij Jacob V Wolfe Attorney General Constantino TSmvth Bupt Public Instruction W It Jackson fEAIladley Scfifla rZ2M A Regents University h y I u w jvaieymKeq uiotid Shos Rawlins WalcefId cnas weston nay spss IHLOoold cWlla ICH Morrill Lincoln CONGRESSIONAL Senators Win V Allen Madison John M Thurston Omaha Representatives First District Jesse R Strode Lincoln Second D II Mercer Omaha Third Geo I Meiklejohn Ftillerton Fourth K J Ilal ner Aurora Fifth Win K Andrews Hastings Sixth O M Kern Broken Row JUDICIAL Supreme Court T L Norval Chief Justice Harrison and Polk associates Fifteenth Judicial District M P Klnkald ONeill W II Wcstover Rushvlllc LEGISLATIVE Representative Fifty second District OP Billiims Norden Senator Fourteenth District Otto Mutz Bpringvlew LAND OFFICE RpRister C R Glover Lo...

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 — 17 June 1897

ocnoxxx oxocxxxo i tTWO RINGS- 9 OOCCCCCOOCXsuCX Carson I said Involuntarily stoop ing to knock the ash from my cigar perhaps I ought not to ask although I have known you for nearly three years but is it usual for a wife to wear two wedding rings Dead silence He had just lowered bis violin after a very soft solo for it was considerable past midnight when I ventured that curious question There had been an evening party and as I was to stay at the house till morning Carsons wife had said Good night and left us to finish our inevita ble smoke and talk His mouth twitch ed a little but it was some time before be retorted in a low tone Is is usual for a man well under 40 to have hair as white as mine Well perhaps not but I thought you attributed that to some shock or ithcr What has that to do with with the two rings Everything lie listened at the door for a moment turned down the lights and then came and sat down spreading his hands over the fire Two rings Exactly one is the ring I put on...

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 — 17 June 1897

P s u - u m v v X eF ENLARGED JOINTS FROMRKEJMATIS Such a Condition Indicates a Chnlky Deposit and Ie Seldom Cured Thore la Hope in Sonic Cases However from tin Enrichinir of the Blod From rte Jiccord and Union Rochester iliiw Mrs Elizabeth Pratt wife of Mr John Pratt one of the oldest settlera in Ohu stenl County Minnesota for many years lias been painfully afflicted vrith rheuma tism Mrs Pratt Ls well kuowu in the vicinity of Viola baring during one ad ministration held the responsible position of iostmistross She tells Che tale of her affliction and subsequent restoration to health which is printed in order that others similarly suffering mar road and adopt the same remedy she did Viola Olmstead Co Minn Aug 24 1S9C A little over ten years ago I discovered that the joints of my fingera were enlarg ing and very sore I consulted many physicans with some slight relief at times from pain but the joints grew larger and larger and my neck shoulders and limbs were so stiff that I could n...

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 — 17 June 1897

- WE KNOW C THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT EOEEET GOOD Editor smcl Publisher ffiittl JPaiier olCfaerry - - - i i rUBLPjHED EVERY TIIUKSDAW Kutered at the lostw SFpe at Valentine Cherry Stfounty Nebraska isml las3 matter Tiis paper will ite mailed regularly ttiifrt ubfirile uiutil a definite orjder fb discontinue is received and rwira are paid in full AdvHiring rates 50 cents per inch per month itates per column or for long tiniH arls made known on appli cation to this office And Cuba stIli Struggles under -the Spanish yoke Nothing is being Stine lor wv in Coixgr One miirhty good thing can be -said in lrtvorof the present state ration Money is coming into and being paid out of the state treasury hi rue nipidJy tlian ver before Tlre aetttfu dl Judge Baker in sent- Democrats haw always contended thai a protective tarill beiictibed no rebutthe iiiaunfaelurrr and they show their faith in shar contention by voting for the varioussehedules in the hje i f tJitit lomiaiiLC ustneLs I s 1 1 whether r ...

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 — 24 June 1897

t 9 V ti w i IZf m ia IS ft ft k A VA l fr i m ei m A f i 11 i VOL XTT 71 XjJjj THIS AND THAT Comlna Krauts Carlton Lord Company linn ami 2fi Schol Meeting 1 nnc iW Independence Day -July I IVaclierh Institute Inly in ai Now is the time to subscribe 100 J H Quigley lias returned from his ranch at Cody A Thompson of Simeon was in town Tuesday Adolph Heller snent several days in town this week Tas Childers of Cody has been in town the past week Senator P H ORourke of Gordon was in town this week Mrs C R Watson returned last ev ening from her trip east Miss Ella Stillwell is visiting at Mrs Cooks in town this week John Bullis is working in the post office assisting Mae OSullivan The commissioners will be in session all of this week and part of next S H Ivyner of Longpine was in town on business Monday evening Howard Layport spent several days with his parents in town last week Milk delivered 23 quarts for one dollar 9 Miss Eva Harden For Bent Xice large office room in stone building 18...

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 — 24 June 1897

gb xhntine twumt ItOBEIlT GOOD Editor and Prop VALENTINE NEBRASKA Edison declares that horseless car riages at 100 already are in sight Yes but how about the 100 We dont know whether Edwin G Brice can make gold or not but Calvin S Brice has done it for many years They say now that poor Mr Have meyer left only 4000000 but there is some satisfaction in the thought that he left all he had And now a California astronomer de clares that at least one half of Venus Is covered with ice Perhaps that old girl originally came from Boston The Cincinnati Times Star complains because Lillian Russell refuses to dis close the name of her next husband Probably she doesnt know yet Reading of that Chicago whisky duel one cannot help feeling that there are times when the angel of death must be ashamed of the job he has to tackle It is hardly fair to say that Prince Constantines military campaign has been a complete failure He has turned out some first class newspaper bul letins The shortage of Banker J...

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 — 24 June 1897

ix OUE MODERN IDEALS BEAUTIES OF TODAY COMPARED WITH THOSE OF THE PAST- Lack of Expression in the Venuses and Junos Meaningless Faces Urawn by Noted Artists Naturalness of Ideal Faces of Today Chapter on Art The critical -writers on high art have a fashion or more properly a fad of reverting to the classical models of sculpture and painting as being of a it THE WATER CARRIER BLAAS grade so far above any tiling that has been produced in modern times that the works of our contemporaries are not -worthy to be mentioned in the same breath if indeed in the same day -when a comparison is instituted be- -v ul rr tt 1 JPiJaftJIfc mSsM I IHBrviL ji AT THE FEAST LEOX FORTUX3KI were the names of men living in the next street while if the talk be of painting Zeuxls and Pausias and Apel les and a number of others figure with equal prominence and familiarity aa the writers descant on the superiority of ancient art to modern and prove to their own satisfaction that the painters of our own time oug...

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 — 24 June 1897

THE DAYS POMS SUMMARY OF LATE NEWS BY WIRE CITY IS DESTROYED EARTHQUAKE WIPES OUT A MEXICAN CITY lrof Andrce the Arctic Balloonist Will During the Corning AVeek Start for the North Pole in His Airship Other Items oi Interest City Destroyed in Old Mexico Continued earthquake shocks and heavy rains have seriously interrupted telegraph io communication with the Isthmus of Te huantepec Late advices received are that It he official commission sent to the city of Tehuantepec by President Diaz of Mexico to investigate the reported formation volcano and the extent of the earthi damages arrived at its destination i found the condition of affairs much worse than it had expected The town oi Tehuantepec contained 15 000 inhabitants and is completely de stroyed so far as houses and buildings are concerned not one remaining standing People are living in tents and in the open air on the outskirts of the place EXPECT TO HEAR FROM ANDREE Explorer I iiltely to Launch His Bal loon Next AVeek According...

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 — 24 June 1897

y - K Ik 3 X r 1 Irk It t r t OFFICIAL DIRECTORY STATE srnqr SUasAHolcomb antnnt Governor James K Ilarria Cify Of StatB WF Porter treasurer JNMescrve Uldltor John V rnrnpll Com Lands and Balldlngo Jacob V Wolfe Attorney General Constantlne J Smvth Bupt Public Instruction w It Jackfon fEAHadley Scotfa ICW KaleymRed Cloud Regents University Shos KawltnsWakefId I Chas Weston Hay Sjpgs I H L ioold Ogaialla ICH Morrill Lincoln COSGItKSSIONAL Senators Wm V Allen Madison John M Thurston Omaha Ispresentatives First Dlsti let Jesse B Strode Lincoln Second D fT Mercer Omaha Third GeoDMeiklejphn Fullerton Fourth E J Hai ner Aurora Fifth Wm K Andrews Hastings Sixth O M Kern Broken Bow JUDICIAL Supreme Court T L Isorval Chief Justice Harrison and Folk associates Fifteenth Judicial District M P Klnkald ONeill W H Westover Rushvillc LEGISLATIVE Representative Fifty second District OP Billings Norden Senator Fourteenth District Otto Mutz Bpringvlew LAND OFFICE Register C R Glover Longpine 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 — 24 June 1897

h i I - ft t 1 ft ffl rT K u I i HJ SU52 1 sZ Ns f IffsTo rft h 23 OT 73 vtrTCft w8sv 6 t 4Mrk J U Pm firm SS rff Erf Ii W a V8IiK lW3ab8 vttS Li ll ju T wjfMv rAU t just struck 7 aixd the rest less impatience Avliich indicates that dinner is being kept waiting had settled on the three members of the Wilkins family assembled before the drawing room lire Mrs Wilkins looked continually from the work on her lap to the clock on the mantelpiece Avith an expression which would have been more amiable if it had been less con trolled Miss Wilkins affected to be reading a book but the constant tap ping of her foot on the carpet showed that her thoughts were not following her eyes Miss Gertie Wilkins had less constraint She moved restlessly from the clock to the window and back again from the window to the clock with discontent in her face and grumb ling in her voice At last she broke out If I were engaged Id teach him to be puuetuai Dicks always late Her sister did not answer She was meditati...

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 — 24 June 1897

i t t K K r rr K A Good Is lesaHa1fep hwt - vw an1 phy3cai strength A O DCt ft When tiie bIooi is weak thin and impure the letite fails Hoods Sareaparilla is a won- V4erful medicine for creating an appetite It purifies and enriches the blood tones the stomach gives strength to the nerves and health to the whdle system It is just the medicine needed now Kemember Hoods ir Sarsa parilia Ib the best In fact the One True Blood Puriacr Sold by all druggists Be sure to get l Iazz HaaHc DiHc are tast less mild eltec 11UUU 5 llilb tlre Ah dniRRists 25c U lit MI J m I mm If ill mm and health making are included in the niakiiie of HIRES Rootbecr The prepa ration of this great tem perance drink is an event of importance in a million well regulated homes Rootbeer is full of good health Invigorating appetiz ing satisfying Put some up to day and have it ready to put down whenever youre thirsty Made oulv by The Charles E Hires Co Philadelphia A pack age makes 5 gallons Scld everywhere Equal parts o...

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 — 24 June 1897

e- rr r niitaiianmxvTltrfwfii8flif - -V - - H nl ra IS THE VALEMTIKE DEMOCRAT ROBERT GOOD Editor and Publisher TT 1 - I II I Official Paper of Cherry Coun ty Nebraska 100 JPer Year in Advance PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY Enlercckit the Post offloe at Valentine Cherry county NtTiraska 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 Advertising rates 50 cents per inch per month Kates per column or for long time ads made known on appli cation to this office -The task of securing exhibits for the Trans Mississippi Exposition is be ing vigorously proscecu ted by the De partment of Exhibitsand the prospects continue to brighten It is stated that more exhibits are already contracted uor and in process of preparation than are to found at the Tennessee exposi tion and the indications are that the Trans Mississippi Exposition will de velop in astonishing proportions A man can use a w...

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 — 1 July 1897

- II It r v h n t r VOL STL THIS AND THAT Go mina Events Indoiittidence Iayluly4 Tenders Institute July 19451 New is the time to subscribe LQ0 Dr Lewis new kitchen is almost completed J A Pike went down to his Rock -county farm yesterday Milt delivered 23 quarts for one dollar 9 Miss Eva Hahdex Fon Rent iXiee large office room in stone building IS T C Hornby P II Mugford and family were down from St Marys Mission Tues- -day Jackson Ikuyton received a car load of Hour from Bazile Mills this week Obe Church a prominent stockman of Eli precinct called at this office last Saturday Mrs Ray came down from Chadron this morning on a visit to relatives v andlriends Shady Ware has obtained a posi tion on the reservation working for S II Kimmel Carpenter Vincent have added a good line ot shoes and clothing to their stock of goods C R Watson has moved the weath er bureau office into the room in the rear of the postoilice Sparks Hornby are putting a fine line of stationery and supplies in their ...

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 — 1 July 1897

V ib eni0cmt Editor and Prop NEBRASKA to thnua ke which jarrea rCew Ifhe other day probably was by Gotham stretching her city If it can be proved that is a ense there may be something in the germ theory that microbes are trans lerred by kissing ShMi Mahomet TJia Eibcr of Jaiabad landly explains that theosophy is merely an ocean of knowledge7 Still a great many have a notion it isnt The Texas Legislature has decided that it is right for a Texan to take a -drink of whisky whenever he feels like it The continuous performance -erase evidently is spreading In Corinth Ky the other day a piano lell down and killed a- young man vho was trying to play a Wagnerian solee iion on it And yet they say there is no such tiling as retributive justice A Boston paper says that a messusu ast into the sea in mhlocean by a New STork man in a bottle has been pdeked up near France Pirt what boeamo of the New York men in a IwttLO A member of tlie Arkansas was lined 100 and sentenced to nc minute in jail tli...

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 — 1 July 1897

i iiMco irnTriJLii miifl pv nnwtfkiVAATJfii ayiiMW ruirzs rii rw 5fSSRsSSsS2S3aBBFwa Si l 1 A GENTLEMAN OF 75 M E cut a bonnio figure In bouuiu buff uud bluo A sroudly sirrlit his buphlcs bright itV i And nnniiy If KSVc a more cuuras HUPS TBflJP Tjki V 0 I -- v I i - - fcv v tV rssji v xri s aL H1 ix andvii6 v - - te i x 3ZhtV wOi j WS Z7fsz2k C vJ C1K now- rpous Ncpr orvpl Sultan nor Shah ho my brai o ancestor My jrroat - gioat And tiipsi 4i his ela tion Did ny forpfatbor piy Sp ai out thp word hed Ions deferred For fpir vht M uay him nay And v pn hp siw hovr tender Within i r eye- tho liht He In yuur surri udcr I road Wo win tho llsbtl And vlion tio frpdom paean Svrept Mrsp Uo thnmyh the dells A jnsrSitv phtns hof echoes rang rnrn iLIadelpblrn bell Iud from a stem old teeplp Hp iiirled the proud hurrah The joy peal to the people My r He held thp brtitrl Urlton A thins b nevth his pcorn A Try lie p4ncolvpd to be The bhpst caitiif bes n And not a noishlior wondered Hp io ked upon th...

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 — 1 July 1897

MS TOE WORLD M INTELLIGENCE FROM ALL PARTS 1 SPAINS LAST CAED VILL MAKE FINAL EFFORT TO CRUSH THE REBELS rrWcyJurIIas Gone to Santiago to Pac ify that Part of the Island Abdi cation Story Has Been Revived in Great Britain Other News Wcylcr Goes to the Front Havana Cat Jen Weyler after a stormy passage on a coasting steamer from 3Iaii7anillo arrived in Santiago de Cuba Qloiiday In addressing the local authori ties in the palace of Santiago de Cuba Capt Gen Weyler explained that he was coming to pacify that part of the island and that though he was strongly desirous of peace his system of making war was to jc rigorous toward the rebels who re tfuse to accept the clemency which Spain through him offered them The general added Notwithstanding the examples in rigor -set by other colonial nations 1 attend to nhe reconstruction of the wealth ot the island This was the purpose which in spired my labt decrees and I propose to continue this policy although I have been compelled in some instan...

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 — 1 July 1897

M b u Jp i V f t - HONOR THEIR QUEEN LOYAL BRITONS SHOW LOVE FOR QUEEN VICTORIA Cheers Shake tle Ground ag She Passes in the IVauvon l Jtibilci Pa rades Peopic from AH Parts of the Earth Help Celebrate Wonderful Sijcht London The crowning fetituro of the o4Iiciil cei ebration of the sixtio h anniversary of the coronation of Victoria as Queen of the United Kingdom of Grout B itaiu and Ireland has come and goiie and all Lon don is congratulating itself upon the com plete success of one of che greatest nono lar demonstrations of modern times A religious service of lirevity und simplicity a royal pageant of uJiiUHJCodtuted a mighty o tburt of iKilriot5m and evidence of parson- iovt iliee w e the principal of the day that London hia ww een The most stupendous lwjjtxint in lrt tors a concourse erf tho millions mm the ends of the oardu gutierol to d Ivoi or Xo the nien and to odd to rho frlory of her diamond jnhlta a tadc L w lillwt itd part without a kVuh md vrtthit iia w in all Uie marve...

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