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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 13 June 1901

FIRT DY l6t Race Half mile and re peat Free for all Purse 75--First 3750 second 2250 third 1500 2nd Kace Half mile dash For herry county and Rosebud horses only Purse 7500 First 3750 second 2550 third 1500 3rd Race Quarter mile dash Free for all Purse 75 First 3750 second 2250 third 1500 AT VALENTIN JUNE E JS EBB 21 1901 SECOND DAY lbt Race One mile dash Free for all Pnrse 10000 First 5000 second 3000 third 2000 2nd Race Half mile and re- jpeat Freeforall Pue 75 00 First 3750 second 2250 ihii d 1500 3d Race Quarter mile dash i For cherry comity and Rosebud horses only Purse 5000 First 2500 second SI 500 third 1000 - B Official program of the races to he held in Valentine Nebr June 19 2J and Sl 1901 This will be the best horse race meet ever held in Valentine Come every cne and enjoy a season of good sport honestly conducted THIRD DY 1st Race Qnarter miisjilashfor ponies Free for all 14 hands or under Purse 5000 First 2500 second 1500 third 1000 2nd Race One mile Novelty race Free fo...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 20 June 1901

Wi V j r -v It Jfe jt v- ft VOLUME XVI A ft For Shoes D SPEING footwear in the 1 H same styles shown by leading city stores but J at smaller prices is our- boast and we make 43 the assertion good Our experience in this 49 line and know how in picking out good qua1 J ity stylish footwear to retail at close prices is a direct benefit to people who buy shoe8 9 here for they get superior value for their J money Why not see if we cannot please you 4 better than anyone else Our shoe man knows 4 how to FIT shoes Thats as important as f Quality and style for it means comfort too 4 J 4 4 4 f 4 49 4 4 4 4 Hosiery mi 1 W JAMES B- HULL Sole Agents for a J will wear out no mattei bow good but some i wears out a lot sooner than our kind We b buy from manufacturers who know how to put j long wear into their hosiery without sacrificing appearance In childrens school hose we have i t an especially desirable line at 25 cents that saves darning Try the BLACK CAT hose g THE RED FRONT l f9999 C H COBXJB...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 20 June 1901

The Valentine Democrat I M RICE Publisher VALENTINE NEBRASKA BfflEf TELEGRAMS I Denis J Swenie chief of Chicagos fire department for over half a cen tury has formally resigned his posi tion The land has been purchased at To ledo 0 for the largest linseed oil mill In the world which will fight the trust Dr W S Caldwell a surgeon known In this country and Europe died at Freeport 111 of paralysis He was 69 years old Captain Fred J Kountz son of J W Kountz former commander-in-chief of the G A R died suddenly at Toledo O of pneumonia The additional issue of ten millions of stock to be made -by the Rock Isl and road is for the purpose of paying for extensions of the system Louis Stern the former United States commercial agent at Bamberg Bavaria shot and killed himself in the public gardens near the town The Louisville Railway company will on July 1 increase the wages of its motormen and conductors from 17 cents to 18 cents an hour W A Mattoon of Perrysburg N Y advertised for a wife and se...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 20 June 1901

s U - o o T5he Bondmar By HALL CAINE CHAPTER III Continued He was crushed but he was strong of heart and would not despair So he pushed on over this green plain through a hundred thousand mossy mounds that looked like the graves of a world of dead men But when he came out of it his case seemed yet more forlorn for leaving thosoft valley behind he had come upon a lava stream a sea of stones -not dust or cinders but a bleached cake of lava rock with never a soft place for the foot and never a green spot for the eye Not a leaf to rustle 1n the breeze not a blade of grass to whisper to it not a birds sweet voice or the song of running water Noth ing lived there but dead silence on earth and in air Nothing but that or in other hours the roar of wind the rattle of rain and the crash of thunder All this time Jason had walked on under the sweltering sun never rest ing never pausing buoyed up with the hope of water water for the fainting man that he might not die But in the desolation of tha...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 20 June 1901

I H sonally known are requested io pay in auvauce lumper cent additional to above rates if over C months in arrears Noitecj of loss of stock free to brand adver tisers Thursday Jun 20 1001 The fusion pre3 of the state is silent in large measure on tho falling down of the state board in assessing the railroad property The party press may be able to dodge the issue now but it will find it difficult to evade when it comes be fore the people in the form of voting a fusion ticket headed by the recreant governor Omaha liee May 23 1900 Although a careful analysis of the question at that time revealed the fact that the railroads would pay a larger percentage of the taxes in 190 than they had ever before paid yet the re publican strategy board assisted by a number of fusion editors who too lazy to give the matter proper investigation jumped at conclusions and joined in the howl of the republican wolves evi dently succwedmg in making the people believe that the fusion board in 1900 did perfor...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 20 June 1901

I n b I jL S i Woodlake Nth John Roans mark slit firlvate it left ear Pnstnfflpr address lloan Brothers Gallop Nchraska On left side also IV I left side also J -left hipalso W on side and Son lup horses S on left jaw Range Eight miles south of Gallop Hyannls on Nebraska Ihiulrnn Nebraska miy1 r Wr3K M A a - jVTSSmMfWm m W E STANSBIE AND D O BAUGH tncfnfHo Address mvnnnlsNebl On left bin anc left Fide A1SO VAT nn lpft bin and left side Horses same ii branus on ehoulders Range 22 miles 2 j THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT M RICE EDITOR Mutual companies pay losses in full No discount I M Rice Agent FreT WILLIAM WILSON PohNittice address K11 mm Nullf Two halt rirelwi on left hip and lft side of neck Horses same on left shoudr tionie cattle branded rwimpr tirntlr nn liffc hln Banjje Southeast of Kilgore Set C S WILLIAMS JOE ROOKS JR iltMP rostofTlce address Allen S l On left side horses same on telgh Sange Bear Creek F T Urackett Eicge Nebr Brand Registered No liso Brand right side or hip Ilorses ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 20 June 1901

I t BWPftw5 Taking Caro of Forests Congress has appropriated 300000 for the preservation of our forest lands The salaries of those to be em ployed are fixed at 3 per day with 3 additional for livery and traveling expenses Fund for Education of Boys The German Emperor has assigned the sum of 100000 marks collected by East Prussians at the bicentenary of the kingdom of Prussia as a fund for the education of boys who are no lon ger under the care of their parents rJT UUIHIHUIlCl WUlllliiwfliu Extracts from W J Bryans Paper HmJmHmIHmJ MWHKWJ MH THE PORTO RICO CASE By a vote of five to four the supreme court has declared President McKln ley emperor of Porto Rico and accord ing to the press dispatches the emperor has gladly and gratefully accepted the title and authority thus conferred upon him by the highest judicial tribunal of the land As the last issue of The Commoner was going to press Justice Brown be gan reading the opinion of the court in the De Lima case and as the decision was a...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 20 June 1901

A EAILROADS CONTEOL PRACTICALLY DIRECT LEGISLA TION IN EVERY STATE Unless tho People Awake and Demand Initiative and Referendum on All tttwi Even tho Shadow of Popular Government Will Disappear Six men control all the trunk rail roads of the country and unless un looked for disagreements arise compe tition is a thing of the past This wonderful combination or community of interests as they now call it has been formed with extraordinary rap idity and in addition to controlling the railroads they dominate what is known as Wall street These six men also monopolize other lines of industry iron steel tinplate oil and anthracite coal and the accumulation of their vast wealth is being invested in other trusts and combinations These six men are J P Morgan A J Cassatt W K Vanderbilt James J Hill and George J Gould Morgan controls the Southern rail way system the Mobile and Ohio the Northern Pacific the Erie the Phila delphia and Reading the Jersey Cen tral the Lehigh Valley and the Monon syst...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 20 June 1901

S J 8M8S The hospitality ef the Citizens of Vaientine Js unboundei Last week the Elkhirn Valley Editorial Associa tion held it fifth annual meeting here aud twodojien editors came to town Wnen th train from the east pulled in to the Valentine station at 130 in the inorfling A host of Valentine people 4vere on the depot platform to greet the aBvrspaper me and escort them to co fey homes for entertainment The train from tfce west came in at 440 in the merning yet the visiting editors who came on that train found many to Ivelcoma tham When one spends a couple of days m the society of the newspaper men of Northwest Nebraska one is able to un derstand why this section is receiving the attention o people looking for lo cations in which to engage in cattle ttrising and mercantile pursuits They Ri e tho liveliest lot of hustlers imagin able aud each is forever declaring that his particular town and section are the best that erer happened A year ago Eob Good was editor f the Valentine Democr...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 27 June 1901

u r i in 1 p I V I I I M W i if r rf t V h 1 I M K iii i r h c V 49 49 49 49 49 49 THE VOLUME XYI R S DENNIS Vaentine Nebraska HE OWL SALOON cr cr a V V - V - X wt jia aiS VA 4 4 31 For Shoes 40 J SPPiING footwear in Ibe 4 same styles shown by leading city stores but J at smaller prices is our boast and we make the assertion good Our experience in this line and know how in picking out good qua1 J ity stylish footwear to retail at close prices is a direct benefit to people who buy shoes 01 here for they get superior value for their J 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 J Quality and style for it means comfort too 4 4 4 49 49 49 49 Hosiery will wear out no matter how good but some aOnO TAILORING- IN ALL BRANCHES y PAPER HANGING CALCIMINING HAf x All work well done o 0 0 0 0 6fr 49 v T- A- YEARNSHAW JAMES B- HULL Sole Agents for HERALD PUEE RYE WHISKEY Ale and Porter And FRED KRUGS BEER Choice...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 27 June 1901

i f mr i I- i f t The Valentine Democrat I M RICE Publisher VALENTINE yi NEBRASKA MWJAAAJAAAAAAAJJ S BRIff TELEGRAMS The larger pupils attending the Bunsen public school at Belleville 111 went on strike for a reduction in the hours of study At a special meeting of the directors of the Missouri Pacific at New York a semi annual dividend of 2 per cent was declared With several stolen letters in his pocket Samuel S Goodman a clerk in the Chicago postofilce was arrested for robbing the mails Frederick G Roelker one of the best known members of the Cincinnati bar i was found dead in his bed room with a bullet in his brain A tornado passed over the extreme southwest corner of Beadle county S D Saturday afternoon injuring ten persons and destroying much prop- v erty James Shenherdson editor of a weekly society paper committed cide at his home in Chicago by shoot ing His mind had been injured by brain fever It is estimated that the repairs to the Oregon which has just arrived a San Francisc...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 27 June 1901

i ifi fc t i A to N J vi i U it V ii v V K in J Kt M V Hi ft w -I M I r i i 1 t i SaJ V V - r He3453i v 6e Bondrrvacrv By HALL CAINE CHAPTER IV Continued Come then said Jason the guards have gone that way to Reyk javik Its this way to Thingvellir over the hill yonder and through the Chasm of All Men and down by the lake to Mount of Laws Then Jason wound his right arm about the waist of Sunlocks and Sun locks rested his lef hand on the shoul der of Jason and so they started out again over that gaunt wilderness that was once a sea of living fire Bravely they struggled on with words of cour age and good cheer passing between them and Sunlocks tried to be strong for Jasons sake and Jason tried to be blind for sake of Sunlocks If Sun locks stumbled Jason pretended not to know it though his strong arm bore him up and when Jason spoke of water and said they would soon come to a whole lake of it Sunlocks pre tended that he was no longer thirsty Thus like little children playing at make beli...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 27 June 1901

h v I i t i i j If U J I f r j 3f 1 i i I ai THE VALENTIKE DEMOCRAr I M RICE ar g Tig itf4Qs EDITOR Official Xcwnpnppr of Cherry County yifnik TEHSKS Subscription Siro per jear In advance le tvhwn not iiil iu udvstice iMnlay lvcrtNlng l Inch 15c per Issue 510 per column by tiw month Local Notlces Gc per line each issue BrantLn 14 inches - 00 per year In ad vance uddiHainlpaci - per inctf per jear engraved Mocks extra lou each Furtips living outside Cherry county not per sonally known arc tequested to pay In advance 1 per cont additional to above rates if over 0 mouths In arrears Notices of loss of sock free to brand adver tisers Yhnraclny Tane 27 1901 C3Z ADDITIONAL LOCAL ICome andGsee our 10c counter of actual values W A Pettycrew Estliei4 Benson of Arabia visited friends in Valentine a few daj slast freek Len Parker was a pleasant caller this Week While in town getting supplies for his ranch jas It Quigley and Al Thacher wetlt tip to Cody Tuesday for a visit at tile formers ranch ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 27 June 1901

I jj I 5 3l I v ri r i M E i ti V i 1 I hi tf T 1 1 si U nl it r I ft 4 i l 1 h ft It y V -2 Jolin Roans private mark silt iu left ear - r Hyannis on B M Nebraska Address lhadron Nebraska f - o4J Brownlee Nebr Range between Goose Creek nd Loup OJ Kellar aftsr inf THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT j I M RICE EDITOR Mutual companies pay losses in full No discount I M Rice Agent Woodlake Neb Roan Brothers I RB WILLIAM iSS WILSON Postofileo address Kllrore ebt Two lie If circles on left lit and leftside of neck Dorses same on leftshouidr Some cattle branded ruaner hcokon left hin Bange Southeast of Kilgore Neb C 8 WILLIAMS Postofflce address Gallop cbraska On left side also Vf I left side also Jlcfthipalso V on side and S on hip horses Son left Jaw Range Eight miles south of Gallop JflHEnS7jv Bjfiffl JOE ROOKS JR rosrofflce address Allen S l Ou left side horses eme on teigh tange Bear Creek P T JBrackett Rloge Kebr Brand Registered Ho 1400 Brand right side or hip Horses same on right shoulder liun...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 27 June 1901

I IiC ft IVt r j W H t n u I if c 1 g S -2 r 5i CTION BY STORM lo Sweeps Northern Nebraska and Leaves Trail of Death IE FAMILY IS SORELY BEREfT rather and Children Instantly Killed In Wreckage of Home Wind Strips Bodies of Clothing Dwellings and Other Bandings Torn to Pieces NAPER Neb June 22 A terrific tornado went down the Keya Paha valley twenty miles nor of Stuart Holt county at sundown last evening and left death and desolation in its wake Bight persons dead and several others injured is the result of the twisters trail The dead Jacob Greening aged 55 Maggie Greening aged 12 John Green ing aged 8 Mary Greening aged 6 Jacob Greening aged 3 Clara Ander son aged 7 Ida Anderson aged 5 Bertha Anderson aged 10 The injured Mrs Jacob Greening seriously Theodore Anderson aged 8 dangerously Mrs August Anderson in a oritical condition Otto Metz se vere bruises Henry Metz leg broken The weather had been extremely sul try all day and about 6 oclock storm clouds gathered in the northwest and...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 27 June 1901

s in it M m M hi Mi i 11 5 tj 11 Ml L 131 iii E il lil B L1 l i V i V d Hk 1 Commoner Comment I Extracts From W J Bryans Paper 4 PERHAPS Justice Brown would be happier if lie had contented himself with a de cision without attempting to give any reasons for it There are many vul nerable passages in the decision which he delivered but there is one passage Which shows the uncertainty produced by the courts decision Heretofore the people have regarded liberty as an inalincable right and freedom of speech and freedom of the press have been considered absolutely necessary to its defense Those who prize liberty and regard freedom of speech as above price will not take kindly to the word perhaps usedby Justice Brown in discussing the subject He said To sustain tde judgment in the case under consideration it by no means be comes necessary to show that none of the articles of the constitution applies to the island of Porto Rico There is a clear distinction between such prohi bitions as go to ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 27 June 1901

J M V I 1 1 h i 1 trr each shining liour in gathering hon ey for his stor he flits from flower to flower So like are the farmer and the busy bee neither of tkem loose a mo ment of daylight and lots of them cany lightning bugs with them and work after dark this last rule can also be ap plied to the busy mosquito Since our last writing death has twice visited our community Our friend and neighbor Mr Peterson was laid to rest by loving hands on June the 8th in the new cemetery at Valen tino Deceased was about 50 years old and a native of Denmark he has lived in America about 17 years he leaves a a wife and two daughters to mourn his loss A number of sympathizing friends followed tho remains to their last resting place Rev Whitehouse read the services at the grave Little Phillip Bush son of Henry Bush and wife was called away last Friday June 21 Little Ihillip was about 8 years of age and a ver promis ing little fellow and a favorite of all who knew him The child was suppos ed to have b...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 4 July 1901

11 V 7a V I EU I 1 I ri m v5 F f Ef I I I iri s ffe v i n r i i i i 1 i i s1 H n - t i rirtinwi oo B THE VOLUME XYI SfAAAAAAAAAAAAAA TXQ0M3M3WO0OMOtf3000a o Hosiery Valentine 49 9 9 49 9 4 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 i 1 00CC T 3T C H COKXEIJU President ars For Shoes 49 SPRING footwear in the 4 same styles shown by leading city stores but J at smaller prices is our boast and we make the assertion good Our experience in this 49 line and know how in picking out good qua- ity stylish footwear to retail at close prices 4g 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 43 better than anyone else Our shoe man knows how to FIT shoes Thats as important as Jo quality and style for it means comfort too 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 49 4 49 4tQ AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAjl WOW343ib00MACOl3000Kn PAINTIN H F S DENNIS Vaentine Nebraska HE OWL SALOON O Cf I CIGARS Nebraska PAPER HANGING CALCIMINING - All work well done f 2 co0oocsQ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 4 July 1901

fc1 K t HI m i j i r T V JL a - 5assrs F aMpfeBV Mriisw JflBs The Valentine Democrat I M RICE Publisher VALENTINE NEBRASKA BRIEf TELEGRAMS T The cruder Philadelphia has left San Francisco for Samoa with a crew of enlisted men to relieve the crew of the station ship Abarenda at Tu tuila Anton Skerbeck one of ihe Skerbeck brothers proprietors of a circus drop ped dead while acting in the ring during a performance at Staples Minn By a vote of 71 to 91 the Kansas City Live Stock exchange has refused to join the National Liv Stock ex change which has headquarters in Chicago It is not probable that Sir Thomas Lipton will accept the offer made by an American magazine for a 5000 cup race over the same course after the Americas cup race The 1901 wheat crop is being har vested in southern Illinois and is the largest in many years It is esti mated that the large crop of 1882 will be equaled if not surpassed Practical farmers are wanted at twenty two of the Indian schools that i are scattered a...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 4 July 1901

t u Vfi I 5 1 SJ I S i it d V Hi 11 Nfc3eHe 15he Bondmeun - By HALL CAINE CHAPTER V Continued The Captain smiled upon his warders and said It didnt look it madam - But it is true said Greeba He has been your husbands best friend said the Captain He is my husbands worst enemy said Greeba He has carried him off I tell you said the Captain Then it is only that he may have his wicked will of him said Greeba Ah sir you will tell me I dont know what Im saying But I know too well It was for attempting my husbands life that Jason was sent to this place That was before your time but look and see if I speak the iruth Now I know it is false that my husband is only Injured Would he were Would he were Yet what am I saying Mercy me what am I saying But only think he has been carried off to his death I know he -has I am sure he has and better a thousand times better that he should bo here however injured with me to nurse him But what am I saying again Indeed I dont know what I am saying Oh sir for...

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