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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 30 May 1901

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Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 30 May 1901

X V - Hk 1 Commoner Comment I f Extracts From W J Bryans Paper f Upsetting tho Government Referring to the Porto Rico case now pending in the supreme court Senator Spooner of Wisconsin recently predicted that the courts decision would sup port the administrations policy of im perialism He based his prediction on the belief that the supreme court will not dare to upset the government What Senator Spooner meant was that the supreme court would not dare to upset the administration Since we have assumed imperialistic habits we have unconsciously employed imperial istic phraseology For instance in the good old days when our republican form of government was jealously guarded none thought of referring to the administration as the govern ment The fathers taught their children that the people and their constitution constituted the government and that the men in immediate authority were but the servants of the people A su preme court decision antagonistic to a policy of imperialism might ups...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 30 May 1901

Y h - F i i s r Worn Baking TheRoyal Baker and Pastry Cook rriost practical and valuable of cook books free to every patron Send lull address by postal card POBUbUEJy KVEKT THURSDAY Entflred at IbeTost omce at Valentine Cherry countv Nebraska as Second class matter Mkfe afiff afW tBt Vftr lr rfinflca f BJ Jc5Sc25355r v Ei Precinct Jiews The Woodmen -will celebrate at 3Ier rlman Springs S D Henry Heckel is fencing the school section he lias leased T 13 Nichols is plastering a house for Grant Uixler northeast of Merri man Frank Hewlett went to Omaha Mon day morning as a Aritness on the JLen Kernes case Some wild and woolly cowboys went through here last week on a roundup Among them was Jack Barnes of Merriman Wo heard Dan Sulliran tell Charles Oakes that Henry Heckel said we told him that lint Jones told Ralph Polland he heard Frauk Hewlett say there were some seventy six cattle running on the liver Sparks Ohips Grass is looking lino and cattle are getting fat We had a fine shower of ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 6 June 1901

Fli t 1- V L 4- 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 A VOLUME XVI Hosiery PAINTING PAPER HANGING CALCIMINING R- S DENNIS VALENTINE M AAAiT fc h a- J J iTCiH trnm iiwiww AWV Valentine Nebraska x 11 wfe well doe PFINTING YOUR OFFICE Wc Can Satisfy You in Qualifv Price aad Werkoanship jr xgr f V it - of1 l J JM W II H ftftjSft44Aftftftft For Shoes 45 4 8PBING footwear in the 4 same styles shown by leading city stores but Jg at smaller prices is our boast and we make 43 the assertion good Our experience in this line and know how in picking out good 2d ity stylish footwear to retail at close prices 4 is a direct benefit to people who buy shoes 4 here for they get superior value for their J money Why not see if we cannot please you ifer4 better than anyone else Our shoe man knows - 8 how to FIT shoes Thats as important as a duality and style for it means comfort too 4 49 49 4fr 49 49 49 49 49 49 fcs will wear out no matter how good but some jj wears out a lot sooner than our kind We buy from manufacturer...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 6 June 1901

he Valentine Democrat I M RICE Publisher VALENTINE NEBRASKA BRIEF TELEGRAMS the Universal Tobacco company which increased its authorized capital last week from 100000 to 10000000 is to be an active competitor of both the American and the Continental The secretary of the treasury has bought 15000 more 5 per cent bonds of 1904 at 10887 William Reece who owns an apple orchard of 250 acres near Bean Lake Kansas says the canker worms will reduce his crop one half The loan agents of Kansas report a Urge amount of money offered them by- farmers to place on real estate Milwaukee has been selected as the place of holding the next biennial convention of the Woodmen of the World Tea fresh cases o the bubonic plague and four deaths from the dis ease were officially reported at Cape- town Statistics just published by the In ternational Sugar association show that Germanys beet sugar acreage thls year is 1165170 acres or an in- crease of 69957 i Dr R P Humboldt known in lea and Europe for his con...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 6 June 1901

F l M I m I Iff i i9 m m IV Id iJ VI f ffc ij i Ml HI l t V - - - D5 1 C0HVHfTto8j Lincoln Neb is filled with about 10000 men and women In broad rimmed wjiite hats and gray sunbon nets who never go to law take no share in politics and are entirely op posed to war They are attending a great national conference They are the delegates of the church of the Dunkards all over the country and they represent one of the most pictur esque and remarkable of religious movements These Dunkards are inclined to live together in communities though this Is less pronounced than formerly They are cut off from the rest of the world not only by their peculiar dress but by many of the religious beliefs and observances Altogether they now number more than 100000 members though there is not much if any growth in their numbers of recent years The young people who grow up in the denomination seem to be more and more inclined to leave it in recent years for some faith which will give them more freedom of thou...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 6 June 1901

PTHE VALENTINE DEMOGRAT I M RICE EDITOR Official Newspaper of Cherry County Nehraaha TERMS Sxbscriptton S100 per year in advance 150 when not paid in advance Display adverttslng l inch 16c per Issue 810 per column by the month Local Notices 5c per line each issue A Brands 1J4 inches - 5400 per year in ad- vauce additional spare 300 per inch per year oengraved blocks extra lou each Parties living outside Cherry county not per soually known are requested to pay in advauce 10 per cent additional to above rates II over 6 mouthb in arreans t Notices of loss or stock free to brand adver tlsew Thursday June 6 1901 Saturday marked the time of the meeting- or the Editorial association of the Elkhorn Valley at Valentine Those coming from the east were li H Jenness ONeill Robt Good sett Luke Bates Longpine J V V Burleigh insworth Or A ililes Ainsworth W D Skinner and wife Sprmgview and Will M Maupin of the World Herald who came up on the ening train -Friday night These from the west were Presi...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 6 June 1901

4 fj t II i I rl fcj n if t 11 fil 51 ft M If ff in y 15 it hi 4 15 X V 4 - v THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT I M RICE Postoffico address Allen U D1 On left shoulder and hip some ion jsji left 8houldrand on left sldo Earmark-left ear cropd Range Bear Creek Wocdlake Neb John TJcans mark slit firivate u left ear WILLIA3I i - 1 Lw9 OJ Kellar Brownlee Nebr Rangp between Goose Cuek Kiidtoup EDITOR - Mutual companies pay losses in full No discount I M Rice A cent CHARLES LONG MAX Postofficc address Allen 3 D On left side or cattle ltange Hear Creek htdH TiSJaLijrffi fifj W a Tsoupsoar cS JOHN A L08ZN PostoSee Afidnw SmenKst Btoolc branded same as cut be- kind leftsbonlder Ranee a the CHARLES LONE WOLU Vug nF Postofflce address Allen 51 On right side and shoulder horses same on rlghtthich Range Bear Creek He an Brothers QJmHikX I DD I WILSON Jostoillce pddrcss Kilsor e Nebt Two half rcles on left hip and leftside of neck Uorsis same on 0ft shou dr dome cattle branded ifSMierhiuk on left bin Bnnge S...

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

If afflicted with coro oyos use 0 IAte San Francisco 1001 On account of the Fifth Interna tional Convention of the Epworth League at San Francisco in July the Southern Pacific Company and its con nections will sell Exceedingly Low Hate Round Trip Tickets In fact tickets will be sold from the East for the found trip to San Francisco at rates much less than the normal one way fare and further they can be purchased to read westward via any of the Southern Pacifics three routes Sunset Ogden or Shasta returning via the same or either of the others These Low Rate Round Trip Tickets will be on sale daily July 6th to 13th inclusive and will be good for return until August 31st permitting stop overs at all points of interest en route both going and returning The South ern Pacific Company and its connec tions operate through sleeping car lines from yarious eastern points In formation relative to the rates routes and through service will be cheerfully furnished by W G Neimyer G W A S P Co 238 ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 6 June 1901

1 it k hi is SI j x v H K HOW A T- 5 SOME QUEER t dd LS Ca 5 GOODS i cial Travelers Queer as some kinds of business are the work of the drummers who trav el in those lines seem queerer yet It might not seem odd to know that big houses deal exclusively in glass eyes or in telescopic adjustable coffins but when a commercial traveler goes out on the road to work up these lines there appears something weird about his occupation The fascination of a glass eye in a persons face Is remark able As a rule it looks as if it stared at you whether it does or not there is an unconquerable desire to stare at it But there is- something still more uncanny about the one eyed drummer who opens his sample case takes out scores of eyes and fits them into the sightless orifice in his face to show you just how natural they look The drummer scarcely can carry glass eyes representing all kinds because no doubt his home house has a sample stock of 10000 eyes and no two alike This of course is because the ey...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 6 June 1901

I t Ili IA l fit M it 4 i V V 4 3 SOME QUEER t Lfes Caf 3 VjUUJJb A cial Travelers Queer as some kinds of business are the work of the drummers who trav el In those lines seem queerer yet It might not seem odd to know that big houses deal exclusively in glass eyes or in telescopic adjustable coffins but when a commercial traveler goes out on the road to work up these lines there appears something weird about his occupation The fascination of a glass eye In a persons face is remark able As a rule it looks as if it stared at you whether it does or not there is an unconquerable desire to stare at it But there is something still more uncanny about the one eyed drummer who opens his sample case takes out scores of eyes and fits them into the sightless orifice in his face to show you just how natural they look The drummer scarcely can carry glass eyes representing all kinds because no doubt his home house has a sample stock of 10000 eyes and no two alike This of course is because the eyes...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 6 June 1901

THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT I M RICE EDITOR 100 Per Tear in Advance PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY Entered at the Post offlce at Valentine Cherry county Nebraska as Second class matter McaaKTHflrJrWrifa Educational Department g By LETA STETTER gFJSih g jbjv W Blessings on the graduate With thy lordly meln and gait With thy condecending smila Beaming on us all the while Blessings on thy learned pate I Would I were a graduate Cheerily then oh graduate Buy thy patent slices orate Quarrel and grumble while ye may Joys like these must end some day All too soon you must subside From your dignity and pride That we may step into your shoes Trusting that you will excuse Phrases Webster cant translate Under Graduate Leroy Sawyer of the 11th grade was absent last Tuesday The 11th grade now display their class colors and we suppose from the looks that they are settled not the grade but the colors Miss Maud folks of Crookston for merly a student in our schools visited Elsie Sherman Thursday and anied us to...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 13 June 1901

1 1 R hi 3 VA 1 X V 4 4 - if w fvir iiiii g iac 1 ij H H Ha H 1 VOLUME XVI C II CORXfiUU President B 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 no rsCMKTTC i MAAAAAAAAAAA6 dAAAAAAAAAAAAA 49 Po4 Qii soc Aft 43 X Wi KSXAWW0 49 4i SPRING footwear in the 4 same styles shown by leading city stores but Ji at smaller prices is our boast and we make 4 the assertion good Our experience in this 49 line and know bow in picking out good qua- 2j ity stylish footwear to retail at close prices- 43 is a direct benefit to people who buy shoe3 49 here for they get superior value for their Ja money Why not see if we cannot please you 43 better than anyone else Our shoe man knows 49 how to FIT shoes Thats as important as Ja 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 49 Hosiery S aw lt 1F B rSSI A li iJrl w Jji et ri J 5 w - - - - v - -- y - Ml to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to will wear out no matter how good but some wears out a lot sooner than our kind...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 13 June 1901

A i -BB Wgrj iTIUBPi MBffMOUl J S itine Democrat I M RICE Publisher VALENTINE NEBRASKA BREEf TELEGRAMS I Chicago received 24575 cars of live stock during May compared with 23 030 cars In April and 24029 cars in May 1900 At Zearing la Thomas Gorman a life insurance agent was fatally stab bed by Clay Reed because Gorman persisted in talking insurance to his wife The Building Trades council of Den ver declared the hodcarriers strike irregular and ordered the strikers back to work The Hodcarriers union will act upon the matter John V Barnes was elected presi dent of the New York produce ex change His election was a victory for the independents or younger ele ment of the exchange Governor Gage has offered a reward - of 5000 for the arrest and convic tion of the persons implicated in the lynching of the five men at Lookout Modoc county California Samuel Potts 24 -years of age of Osceola Mo who enlisted in the Thirty ninth Illinois infantry to serve ia the Philippines and then deserted vas...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 13 June 1901

Ffc ii r 11 r i Al a 3 X V 4 433tK33 t6e Bondrrvarv By HALL CAINE A Contliaei Story 444kk33h CHAPTER III Continued That night when they had returned to the hut wherein they slept or tried to sleep they found that some well meannig stranger had been there in their absence and nailed up on the grimy walls above their beds a card bearing the text Come unto Me all ye that labor and are heavy laden and I will give you rest And so ghastly ceemed the irony of those words in that place that Jason muttered an oath be tween his teeth as he read them and Sunlocks threw himself down being unbound for the night with a peal of noisy laughter and a soul full of strange bitterness The next day after that the sixth of their life together rose darker -than any day that had gone before it for the wounded hand of Michael Sunlocks was then purple and black and swollen to the size of two hands and his bod ily strength was so low that try a3 bravely as he might to stand erect whenever he struggled to bis ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 13 June 1901

I M ftlGE uZZ Wjmuwt K MINE DEMOCRAT f tDITOft JL iPfjicUil Aoittsptijter of Cherry iJoittjy jrcbrucu TJ2HJIS Scbsct ipliou itio pur -ear lu advance 100 ii3liy advertifcinj inuu lc per issue flu per coiuaiB ty lib iiumii Local Iefc its per line each issue llt tnrfi lirinehcs iw per jear In ad- VuUCtf uUlutfliAi space pvx nka CV 1 Parties llvltis uitsiue Cirry county not bjUUJ Allude 4it llijtoluu iu jjtij ii autuuCVi 10 pcrct t aUniliuuai lu above rales u oer ti iuuuut m tUiUuj a xNoliuba A wo ox atvcR liCe lu brand adver tloyio Thui auayuuc 13 1901 Oue of our friends saiu one day that lie did not want to pay iu advance lor ins newspaper ouCttUbc oti uiu not want lottake uuj enaiiecs tve uiu not leu lilhi LiiHt vo Weie talking cnaueea unu tnatVVe jjeuelaiiy looxv xuoie tliancca limn uionrj iic icbAioteu ula iteilhga then- ul jUbL sucii ouuua wilinae uubiuer ticubc wunnhxb ear eJ pneb vve have Stuuieu the luduei over anu cau bring up bimiiar lueiueMb in mo past lo how lo u ihul he Wh...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 13 June 1901

II I fl rl V hi - Irli tf i u I 1 R ill M X -v - mfm r Tiy WILLIAM TjB tostofldcc address Gallon Nebraska On lelt side also VV I left side also J lelt W on side ami on hip horses Son left Jaw iiange Eight miles south of ballop DAN Poslofllce add icss Harlan Nebraska Oh left vide or hip Uoraes branded same left shoulder between Nio brara and SnaVe riv era south of Merri man RBHStoMMiicXJlM1 iMWfliW W U in Ill THE VALENTINE DER10GRAT I M RICE Woodlake Neb Jolui Iloans private mark slit hi left ear Kcan Brothers EDITOR Mutual companies pay losses in full t No discount I M Rice Ageiit gjsgjkggi IRBi i jr0mm jKy ffifesg WILSON Postoinc dress Kilicor K ui Two half tclrs on left Inn and leftside of neck Hures same on left sij cmdr Some cattle branded Fiji V T Si n reancr liLokon left bin Southeast of Kiigoie Neb C 8 WILLIAMS JOE HOOKS JK Hf Www Postofflee address Allen S u On leftside horses same on teigh dange Bear Creek F T 13rackett Ricge Nebr Brand Registered KTO I IDO Brand right sidi...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 13 June 1901

7 f V i I f H 9VyttM ine n xLL m WATCH Administration Circles Believe Cubans Will Yet Accept Amendment NOTHING TO BE DONE UNTIL THEN Existing Status Will Continue and No Convention to Bo Called General Wood Has Written Concerning Out look and Will Be Answered WASHINGTON June 8 The cabi net was in session over two hours to day discussing the Cuban and Philip pine situation A communication has been received from Governor General Wood regarding the prospect for the constitutional convention accepting the Flatt amendment but its contents are not made public It can be stated however that there is a hopeful feel ing in administration circles that after the first soreness wears off the con vention will see the wisdom of accept ing the terms of the amendment The answer to General Wood is to be sent tomorrow and the language of that communication is under consideration today Meanwhile the existing status in Cuba is to be maintained No action looking to the calling of another con vention is i...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 13 June 1901

fl Ill EH rx 15 r I if Llf K - I I V M V S El I 1iW L rtf 1 1 liV J V - Cheese and salt meat should be spar ingly eaten Many good physicians and nurses use Wizard Oil for obstinate rheumatism and neuralgia Its the right thing to do Where bread is wanting alls to be sold I am sure Pisos Cure for Consumption saved xny life three years ago Mrs Thob Robbixs Maple Street Norwich N Y Feb 17 1000 The old man has given all to his son Mrs Wlnelows Soothing Syrup ror children teetrnR softens the gums reduces liy flaintnatlon allays pain cures wind colic 25c a bottle It takes a level headed man to sur vive a stroke of good fortune Try Graln O Try Grala Ol Ask your Grocer to day to show you a package of GRAIN O the now food drink that takes the place of coffee The children may drink it without injury as well as the adult All who try it like i GRAIN O has that rieh seal brown of Mocha or Java but it is mode from pure grains and the most delicate stomach receives it without dis tress i the price ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 13 June 1901

H m miv n PRICE BAKING POWDER CO CHICAGO THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT I M RICE EDITOR 100 Per Year in Atlvance PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY Entered at the Post offlce at Valentine Cherry county Nebraska as Second class matter jdcaJkjficjjfk if iSc2fltStjflcjk COMMUNICATIONS Tajpragpraray ayi t j ji jj Keiuicdy Kcws VAlex Ayers is Louie Brownlea ugain from The hay crop will be extra good on the flats this season The late frosts did considerable dam age to gardens in this vicinity Mrs C A Gee is getting ready to go on a visit to her folks at Shelton Neb Joss Gorsuch seems to smile more and more every day We wonder why Mrs Burge was up and visited with her mother at Kennedy last Friday and Saturdav Miss Mary Dunham is home again after teaching a six months1 term of school in Loup county Mr Wallingford from over on Snake River was at Kennedy last Saturday and did consideraqle trading The smiling countenauce of Mr Mc Culcheon ot Brownlee was seen in these parts two days last week T he best rain of...

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