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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 4 July 1901

h til It ffi 1 K u VI I SiL 1 145 ii ti k3 1 I n h i Ms if vJ f Hi f3 J2 I si r C It rt N i 3 J y ft I tMtiiirtdWwfalbi it mil inn THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT I M RICE rhiA ew EDITOR Official Newspaper of Cherry County Nebranha TERMS Subscription 100 per year in advance 150 when not paid in advance Display advertising 1 inch 15c per issue S10 per column by the month Local Notices 5c per line each issue Brands 1H inches 400 per year in ad vance additional space 300 per inch per year engraved blocks extra 100 each Parties living outside Cherry county not per sonally known are requested to pay in advance 10 per cent additional to above rates if over G months in arrears Notices of loss of stock free to brand adver sers Thursday Jnly 4 1901 An Independent newspaper like an Independent preacher is too likely to measure their people for a misfit and find themselves with an unrecognized force and of doubtful faith The ONeill Frontier celebrated its 21st birthday last week and declares its intent...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 4 July 1901

Up ii 14 i fl M i h i V t ft N I i S i I J I- I N N K rr i 4 i X i N - niimtmmm r ----- THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT U I M RICE r - Joln Itoans private mark silt In lelt ear Postofllce address Harlan Nebraska On left side or hip horses branded same left shoulder Ranjrooetween Nio Drarlrand Snake rlv ers south of Merri man ill TTW Lff Ufa OJ Kellar Brownlee Nebr Range between Goose Creek aud Loup SStfCt EDITOR Mutual companies pay losses in full M JJ A T - - f u uiscuuni i ssi iticis Ajent Woodlake Neb Koan Brolhers r niJl I RB WILLIAM Tm 1 9IV ft WILSON Postofllce address KiIore Nehr Two half rirelfs on left hip and lc ft side of neck llorses same on left j houdr Some cattle I randed JSSMttlll it anfip hunk nn left hln Bangc Southeast of Kihore Neb C 8 WILLIAMS Postofllce address G all op N cbraska On left side also IV I left side also Jlefthipaljo W on side and S on hip horses Son left jaw ItangCrElght miles sotil OfGallop mMMkJ JOE ROOKS Jit PostofTice nddrcss Allen S 1 On left side hor...

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

I i M i y ELD WO II GHS EXTRA DAYS f OR VOLUNTEERS Oliver Bricker Slaughters 0 D Guild and His Son Clarence RESULT OP A fEUD OF FAMILIES Many Shots Are Exchanged on Farm Near Dayton Iowa Victor Twice Hit Claims Ho Did Not Fire Until He Was Wounded DAYTON la June 29 As a result of a bitter neighborhood feud C D Guild and his 19-year-old son Clar ence lio dead riddled with charges fired from a shotgun The man who did tho fatal shooting is believed to be Oliver Bricker one o a family of neighbors to the Guilds The shooting was committed at 1 oclock this after noon Stories or how the shooting occur red vary Brickcrs story is that he met Guild and son Guild pulled a re volver and began firing Bricker was hit throe times on the lip on the forehead and in the arm All his wounds are slight The last shot Bricker claims was fired by the boy Bricker having knocked a revolver from Guild s hand When Bricker got k through the fence he says that his brother George met him and handed him a shotgun ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 4 July 1901

It i I I h Br i 3 n i w 3 H Hdw Russia Favors tho Women Although the Russians are not noted for their gallantry toward women they have scored one on other people St Petersburg has recently been pro vided with new taxameter cabs They work on a dual system one for ladles and the other for gentlemen the au thorities having been thoughtful enough to introduce a new tariff ac cording to which ladies are only re quired to pay half the fare demanded of mere men Very Much In tho Family The fifth of an extraordinary series of weddings has just been celebrated in Paradise Valley near Oroville Cal The first was that of John Weer a Cornish widower with four good look ing daughters Some years ago he wedded Mrs Malarin a French widow with four sons The boys and girls have now been all mated and the five couples live under the same roof Sho Used to Run a Theatre r Miss Helen Bennett of Deadwood S D has just been elected a county superintendent of public schools She is a Wellesley graduate and has ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 4 July 1901

T3 V 7 w j t VI r i A I 11 i ft f ii t e- r i i r 2 If L i 7 If I P M h mi I t so again THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT i M RICE EDITOR 100 Per Year iit Atlvanc PUBLiailED EVEBY THURSDAY Entered ai tfte Post oaice u Valentine Cherr county Nebraska as Socond riass matter Neiigh 2ebi Juno 27 Owing ti lie hish water for the past two weel s and the sudden drop of the Elkhorn river in the last two Java twelve fees of the north part of the dam at thh place washed out at 5 oclock tlii morning Every effort is being made to retain what is left This is a heavy loss to the proprietor S F Gil man and also to Neligh as the electric light plant isrun by this power World Ilerald Nebraskas Cattle Qnccn It is said of Annie Fanteuburg 1G years old of Sidney that she can go oi t upon the ranges catch the wildest horse in the herd rope it throw it and brand it without assistance then rrtun to the house and cook a meal that would tempt the appetite of a pampereu epicure She is known as the horse and cattle queen...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat — 11 July 1901

I h nr I i iw 4 U i J i4 I I I M N i -4 49 - ii I fV T cnvr VOLUME XVI te St S For Shoes SPEING footwear in the 4 same styles shown by leading city stores but 2 at smaller prices is our boast and we make 43 the assertion good Our experience in this H line and know how in picking out good qual J ity stylish footwear to retail at close prices 43 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 49 how to FIT shoes Thats as important as f quality and style for it means comfort too 4i 49 49 49 49 49 49 J49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 Hosiery NNIS Nebraska x All work well done JAMES B- HULL r v f t - if will wear ou no matter how good but some wears out a lot sooner than our kind We buy from manufacturers who know how to put gj long wear into their hosiery without sacrificing j appearance In childrens school hose we have 3 an especially desirable line at 25 c...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat — 11 July 1901

1 Vt u i n 1 1 i I I F i I- R i i i f III II f l I i i u J U i t Ill I I il If I Be Valentine Democrat I OPEN TO SETTLEMENT I M RICE Publisher VALENTINE NEBRASKA M4agMa f BRIEF TELEGRAMS mJmJmJm2mmmmmm2mmm fvV25JJ Jl President T C Crenshaw of the Georgia railroad commission Marietta Ga was stabbed and seriously injured by JH Kirkland Pullman car con ductor Sir Thomas Gait a retired chief tice of the court of common pleas died at Toronto Ont His death is attributed to the intense heat Sir Thomas was 86 years old Rev Washington Adams Nichols D D one of the oldest Congregational ministers in the United States and un til his death the oldest living ate of Amherst college is dead The meeting of the National Steel stockholders at which it had been pro- posed to consider the proposition of leasing properties to tho Carnegie com pany was adjourned until July The comparative statement of the government receipts and expenditures for the fiscal year ending June 29 will show an excess of receip...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat — 11 July 1901

Uf J 4 1 it 1 1 Ui l f Il Pi f 1 t M I r 1 in l 1 V x 4 X PvvaNSN 75he Bondmaa SfrxK8 x5x3HxE tyQ44i By HALL CAINE CHAPTER V Continued i Such was the talk and such was r the mood of the people when the hour arrived for the business of Althing to begin and when all eyes turned to the little wooden Thing House by the side of the church wherein the Thing men were wont to gather for their procession to the Mount of Laws And when the hour passed and the procession had not yet ap r3peared the whisper went around that the Governor had not arrived and that the day was meant to humor him At that the people began to mutter among themselves for the slumbering fire of their national spirit had been stirred By his tardy coming the Governor meant to hu miliate them But Governor or no Governor let Althing begin its sitting Who was the Governor that Althing should wait for him What was Al thing that it should submit to the whim or the will of any Governor Within the Thing House as well as outside o...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat — 11 July 1901

m I ft ft I h rl Ml it ll i 1 i s 11 ll d qtew 6r - mSSaOKX THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT I M RICE EDITOR Official Newspaper of Cherry County Nehrwska TJERJIS Subscription 100 per year In advance 1G0 when not paid in advance Display advertising 1 Inch 15c per Issue 10 Iter column by the month Local Notices 5c per line each Issue Brands Vi Inches 400 per ypar In ad vance additioial space 300 per inch per year engraved Mocks extra 100 each Parties living outside Cherry county not per sonally known are requested to pay in advance 10 per cent additional to above rates if over 6 months in arreai a Notices of loss of stock free to brand adver tisers Thursday July 11 1901 g The folio wiug ofllcers to be elected County clerk superintendeut coroner surveyor judge and commissioner of 2nd district Convention will be held at Valentine the latter part of August or some time in September There was a time ahen the republi can party had an object in view thats all the time and its to promote the good of t...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat — 11 July 1901

N 1 i V J 7 Xi Ui - V A 41 ESS THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT -1 - M RICE Hyannis on B M Nebraska Address dhadron Nebraska On left vide or hip horses branded samo left shoulder Range between Nio Drara and SnaVe riv era south of Merri man 7 55 I Brownlee Nebr Range between Goose Creek and Loup H pl Flda Ako on lelt hip and left side Horses same brands on shoulder Ranee 23 raifea 90rihOlHQnis EDITOR Mutual companies pay losses in full No discount I M Rice Agent y Woodlakc Neb Joln lloans I -- nrlvate mark silt 4 ilulelt ear m 4- Koan brothers RB j WILLIAM WILSON rostollice address KlLrore Nebr Two hair circles on left hl and leftside ofneek Horses same on left shouidr Borne cattle branded reaoer hook on left bin Bange Southeast of Kllgore Neb C S WILLIAMS rbstofflce address Gallop Nebraska On left side also IV I left side also Jlcft hipalso W on side and S on hip horses S on left jaw Itange Eight miles south of Gallop lHP9 JOB ROOKS JR rostoflice address Allen S V On left side horses same on ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat — 11 July 1901

I i ft n i I i t ET - 31 i ft I M 1 urn DOWN II ODI Tendons President His Eesignation to Take Effect October 1 IN ILLINOIS RACE FOR SENATOR The Comptroller Frankly States that Ho Wishes to Retire Only Because He Has the Other Great Position Hi Desires to Compass 1 WASHINGTON July 6 Charles G Dawes comptroller of the currency has tendered his resignation to the president to take effect October 1 next In answer to an inquiry Mr Dawes said I have resigned because of my in tention to be a candidate before the people of Illinois for United States senator It would not be possible for me during the next year to make a canvass for the senate and at the same time administer to my own sat isfaction the important and responsi ble office I now hold I am influenced solely in this action by what seems to mc the plain proprieties of the sit uation Mr Dawes term of office would not have expired until January 1903 His letter to the president is as follows WASHINGTON July 5 William McKinley Executive...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat — 11 July 1901

v 1 it t I IX 1 B t M X nfnffnrinfnnMritvnniriinBfwnfMWrfVsstfnn A Tiny Wosderfi 3 No ILxeh No Poor 5c Nr Sfrllc Q v v 2 FLepUbliC p nd No Strife j KMrnnriPiwnwAnsmjnAvnywnnifttnfniWind5nWNfnHrsrmAm This model republic is no experi ment no colony scheme born of the brain of a social reformer but has ex isted for over 300 years Within a few hours ride of Tokyo the Japanese capital there thrives a little community who live and work in indifference to wars and rumors of war Happily unconscious of the growing Importance of Japan in the world or of the changes taking place they live free from want or the fear of want content to remain still while the remainder of the race Is moving on Hashlma off the coast of Atami tan miles from the watering place of that name is a very small island not quite two miles long and one mile wide The climate is warm and soft and with the scenery is in harmony with the conditions of the inhabitants Even in the coldest winter hyacinths and azaleas in bloom can...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat — 11 July 1901

U iSto S8 - i - ij v EDITOR 100 Per Tear in Advance PUBLIBHED EVEBY THUESDAY Entered at at Valentine Cherry county Nebraska as Second class matter KioLrara Falls Grandpa Thompson is very feeble al i present Fourth of July over and everybody settled down to work again Mrs Meltendorff and J II Quigley and family spent the 4th at John Ad rmsons Henry Bush and wife and Grandpa ilcCoy visited at It Grooms Sunday afternoon C Morgan and wife went to Cody to celebrate R Grooms and family to Sparks Ernest Reed and wife to Sim eon several young folks went to John Ferstls and took part in a picnic Bad Bor Kennedy The 4th has come and gone J A Gte passed through Kennedy Monday Jess Gorsuch was visiting in Kenne dy last Sunday Mr and Mrs Beekley were Kennedy visitors last Sunday B F Steadman wentdown to Hack berry Lake on business Monday Mrs Beekley is back after visiting in Crawford and Omaha several weeks Everybody is getting ready to com mence haying in this section of the country Frank Parke...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 18 July 1901

V J s ar 3 i J V r - H 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 49 ti oO3 t THE VALENTINE VOLUME XYI eA jf S For Shoes 4 J 4 49 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 SPRING footwear in the same styles shown by leading city stores but at smaller prices is our boast and we make 3 the assertion good Our experience in this 49 line and know how in picking out good H ity stylish footwear to retail at close prices 43 is a direct benefit to people who buy shoe8 49 here for they got 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 Ja quality and style for it means comfort too 49 Hosiery PA 49 43 R S 49 Vaentine 4 T Ale and Porter VALENTINE V GET THE RED FRONT 9999 C H CORXEXI President B NTING PAPER HANGING CALCIMINING NNIS Nebraska HE OWL SALOON V V wXVS x All work well done to to to to to to to to to to T- AYEARNSHAW V JAMES B HULL Sole Agents for HERALD PURE RYE WHISKEY And FRED KRUGS BEER Choicest Wines and Cig...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 18 July 1901

fr f i n i i I I i I n h VI m I 1 i M 5 1 i it I 1 II f M H Ji I Pi in i i U r i f i M - i ii ft tM r f The Valentine Democrat I XL RICE Publisher VALENTINE NEBRASKA RMFF TFIFfiRAMS I Secretary Smiley of the Kansas Grain Dealers association after mak ing personal investigation said the oats crop in Kansas will be the worst failure in ten years Samuel Moffat the oldest brother of David Moffat of Denver Colo died in Hudson N Y In 1857 he established the Bank of Nebraska said to be the second west of the Miosouri river J R G Pitkin ex postmaster of New Orleans and ex minister to the Argentine Republic and president of the Transmississlppi Commercial con gress died suddenly at New Orleans A commission of thirtyt wo persons has returned to Lima Peru from an exploration of the River Santa Chu quicara The members report that they found plenty of gold in the river The grasshopper situation in some sections of Minnesota is alarming The Red River valley is suffering In many places the insects...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 18 July 1901

k i a j V w J i 4 4S r j 1 j J C v - -4 - efHH 4444S54S44344 H6e Bondrrveurv By HALL CAINE CHAPTER V Continued IV Then in that breathless silence Ja son stood erect and said in a firm clear sonorous voice You know who I am Some of you hate me Some of you fear me All of you think me -a sort of wild beast among men That Js why you caged me But I have broken my bars and brought this man along with me The men on the Mount had not time to breathe under the light and fire that flashed upon them when Jason lifted his clinched fist and said O you that dwell in peace you that go to your beds at night you that eat when you are hungry and drink when you are thirst and rest when you are weary would to God you could know by bitter proof what this poor man has suffered But I know it and I can tell you what it has been Where is your Michael Sunlocks that I may tell it to him Which is he Point aim out to me Then the people drew a deep breath for they saw in an Instant what had befallen these two me...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 18 July 1901

r I C I t i r 14 i n hf s M in l r t ti n f fl i i t a m THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT I M RICE EDITOR Official Newspaper of Cherry County Wehrasha TERMS Subscription 100 per year in advance 150 when not paid in advance Display advertising 1 Inch 15c per issue 10 per column by the month Local Notices 5c per line each issue Brands V4 Inches 400 per year In ad vance additional -pace 6300 per inch per year engraved blocks extra 3100 each Parties HyltiK outside Cherry county not per sonally known are requested to pay in advance 10 per cent additional to above rates if over G months in arrears Notices of loss of stock free to brand adver tisers c Thursday Jnly 18 1901 ADDITIONAL LOCAL Stand up for Valentine T P Spratt is in town today T J Ashburn was seen on our streets yesterday It W Dunn of Omaha -was in Val entine last Saturday C II Cornell is transacting business in Omaha this week P DeUory was in this city a few hours last Wednesday Miss Olhe of Woodlake came up to this city yesterday Gran...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 18 July 1901

H I l M 3 i u i v I H ki c IA i - r 4 4 N r 1 T ri 1 t 4 1 2 r js nl KJi a k j N W ieJ vj i a a y t m w r - On left side or hip horses branded same left shoulder Range between Nio Drara and SnaPe riv ers south of Mcrri man BEMsi irlf hi iin - iirrrnin irf THE VALENTINE- DEMOCRAT M RICE Woodlake Neb John Roans private mark slit in left ear Itoan Brothers EDITOR Mutual companies pay losses in full No discount I M Rice Agent SWJSP I RB 1 Si m WILLIAM Ifci nii - V WILSON rostolllce address KILcoro Kebi Two half oirchs on left hit and leftside of neck Horses same on left shoudr Some cattle branded SSI reaner hook on left bin Banse Southeast of Kilgore Xeb C S WILLIAMS Postoffice address Gallop Nebraska On left side nlso yif left side also Jleithinalso W on side aud S on hip horses Son left Jaw Range Eight miles south of Gallop JOE ROOKS JR ttflfeEf Postoffice address Allen S D On left side horses same on teigh Range Bear Creek F T Brackett Rioge Nebr Brand Registered NO 1430 Brand right ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 18 July 1901

I kl j g BU i k k t ir 4 1 i i i I h i A t I P I ff M t if hi h -- CM IS SURELY KING It Makes Another Big Advance on Chi cago and New York Markets BROKERS SWAMPED WITH ORDERS Carmorfi Become Balls When Profession ale Begin Realizing Wheat Conspicu ous By Giving Corn u CIoso Race in tbo Advance NEW YORK July 13 There was a scene of great excitement in both the wheat and corn markets at New York today the trading aggregaating one of the largest days totals in a year or more especially as to corn Prices jumped 2 5 8 cents during the day In corn making 6 cents advance for the week Orders poured into the market so fast that the brokers could scarcely execute them at the prices de sired and the usually small crowd around the corn ring was increased to such an extent that at times it al most outrivaled that in the wheat pit The farmers have taken the bull side into their hands and in the face of heavy realizing on the part of profes sionals have kept prices going until the cry is for 60 ce...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 18 July 1901

Ill m ii j B a fSL I 4 W it i v J 1 lr V I Is A I r f ii if r K i K k i 4 Teachers Prrsentc Uarrcd Under a rule recently fronted bv the board of education of New York city school children will no longer be alowed to give presents to their teachers unless the gifts shall be sent anonymously to the teachers homes The object of the new regulation is to put an end to favoritism in the public schools charges having been made that certain teachers were par tial to the children of well to do par eats because of the presents which such youngsters brought them A woman may love flattery and yel dispise an awkward flatterer GREATLY REDUCED BATES via WABASH R It 1300 Buffalo and return 1300 3100 New York and return 3100 The Wabash from Chicago will sell tickets at the above rates daily Aside from these rates the Wabash run through trains over its own rails from Kansas City St Louis and Chicago and offer many special rates during the summer months allowing stopovers at Niagara Falls and Buffalo ...

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