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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 5 August 1897

L i J II - l J 3 JjSSjttyj 1 J -1 1- A t g wt iAT a yycDriiri c crr j ct fiLCCLL -- DO believe that mv uncle is tlie I most selfish man who ever lived exclaimed Bob Curzon What has he done now dear in quired Cicely who was not unaccus tomed to hear condemnatory remarks respecting that gentleman Why in the lirst place darling as you are only too well aware replied Bob he refused his consent to our he lag mtrricd on the score of my youth Well dear Bob je may have been right there said Cicely soothingly Twenty is a little young to get mar ried isnt if Not a bit answered Bob impa tiently If a man doesnt know his own mind at 20 he never will But you may see some girl whom you will prefer to me suggested Cicely Somebody who is better look ing or more accomplished What nonsense exclaimed the young man irritably Do you think Im a boy to change my mind every live minutes O jio dear replied Cicely caress ingly but such things have happened you know and though it would break my heart to lose y...

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 — 5 August 1897

Arouse to Action A dormant liver or you will suffer all the Tortures incident to i prolonged bilious at tack Constipation headaches dyspepsia furred tongue sour breath pain In the iijlit side will admonish you of neglect the recalcitrant organ at once with Ljlostetters Stomach Hitters and expect prompt relief Malaria rheumatism Kidney complaint nervousness and debility are thoroughly removed by the Hitter Bioyulos Superior to Horses Tho leat of i IJalthnoro bicyclipr who rode 170 miles in twelve hour and U l miles in twenty four hours stems to sliow that the new motor is superior to the horse in more ways than one It is not only insensible to atitie but it is superior in points of both speed and endurance Probnbiy the best record ever made by a horse was that of the animal ridden bj Count Strahrenberg in October 1J which covered the distance from Vien na to Berlin 400 miles in seventy one hours and thirty four minutes This was far inferior to the o4 miles mada by the human muscle wi...

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 — 5 August 1897

- OUR Official Paper of Clierry Coun ty Nebraska 9100 Per Year in Advance I m I TUBLISHED EVERY TIEURSDAV Entered at the Post office at Valentine Cherry county Nebraska 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 oflice Democratic -Convention A mass convention of the demo crats of Cherry county is hereby called to meet in the ofilee of the county Judge at 2 oclock pm on Saturday August 2S 1897 for the purpose of electing five delegates to attend the state convention A full turnout is requested Con vention for nominating candidates for county otlcers will be called later EoitEKT Good M ClIRISTEXSEX Secretary Chairman The prodigals who rush to the Klon dike district in the hope of recouping themselves for their wasted fortunes will find plenty of hogs ...

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 — 12 August 1897

sx IK T- r m M i d v - jfe k tB fte a srm vc sss ae lilo i ft W5Wt W r fi - F I- l 4 Jt ftp 1 vJJLs YOL XII THIS AND THAT Vaiu inaJSvents Scandinavian riistcrs Aug is Lawn Hocial H fvuy 17 Republican Convention Aus 20 Cloimlist Omiventifiii Aug Democratic Convention- AueustJl Old Sell lets Sept 2 3 D L Underwood has -returned from his trip west Henry Stetter spent Saturday and Sunday in Cody F M Baumgartel was down from Crookston Tuesday The Scandinavian Sisters tomorrow night at Cornell Ilall Simpson was ic from the ranch 1 ear Crookston Tuesday W C Shattuck of Gordon was tn own Tuesday on business Work on the new school building is jr1 expected to commence next week M Y Nicholson and Mae OSullrcau tspent Sunday at St Fiancis Mission For Bent Xice large ofrice room in stone building 18 T C Hornbt Mrs Phillips of Xeligh is visiting here with her sister Mrs J G Gibson Talentine is the best town for busi ness and thebesl town for sport in the Dick Cook went up to Cody Monday night to ...

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 — 12 August 1897

rt llOIiKKT GOOD Editor and Prop VALENTINE - NEBRASKA The sick man of Europe seema to have lately taken some nerve building medicine We are skeptical about that New Ha ven girl turning to stone Perhaps sho merely feels a trifle rocky A correspondent writes that the Sul tan is a hard worker and has no fads It seems that he is a collector of ultU znatums The economical man who follows the custom of laying in his winter supply of coal in summer is wondering in a be Wildered way where he is at The Nashville Banner says Hank Stubbins left for Johnson City last night The purpose of Hanks visit was not stated This certainly looks sus picious Russias census total of 129211113 looks like a long load but the United Suites will pass it in twenty live years by maintaining the average rate of growth A Syracuse contemporary says that the actual cost of an up-to-date 100 -wheel is 3031 Bah That will not furnish the courtplaster and arnica for the first three months We are convinced that if anyone ...

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 — 12 August 1897

U W W Ii4f l J t w w r v IV RS l I 4 i i I t M J L PI r I W V ft 1 J IE A sft 8B w S X IMi i vJW X g J V S iisr1 Hlffl - f r ft fllMtfl For Wcisrhinjr Hay xTo weigh hay on bam scales place rSeaies a on the scaffold 1 over the ibam floor Across thein lay a plank e several inches longer than the width of Stlie scales to -which suspend a rope or chain like a swing d under the scales Spread the ropes under them so they will not touch their frame Ixi this Iswing hang an iron bent like the letter IS e To a joist f on one side of tihe scales fasten one end of a rope passing Vue other end down under the scales ifuid up to a windlass g on the other side of them but first slip on this rope ia hay fork pulley To pile the hay on make a frame h six feet square light 4 X J sn tn I y I ll 1 I - - y TO WEIGH HAY OX 1JARX SCALES and strong enough ro support 700 pounds of bay On tAvo sides of this frame are ropes each 14 feet long with the ends passed down through holes bored in the corners of the fr...

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 — 12 August 1897

KM ELECTRIC FLASHES NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD CHAMPION BIGAMIST CALLS A CONVENTION HIS SPOUSES OF ALL Two Militiamen Injured by the Pre- mature Discharge of a Cannon at Gump Wilkins Bishop Places a San on an Irish Picnic A Champion Bigamist David E Bates who is under arrest in Chicago for liaving five wives three of whom he had established in separate households in that city has called a con vention of his various spouses whose num ter it is thought may reach a dozen He caused the following advertisement to be Inserted irr a local paper Hotick All wives or women who Claim to be wives of David E Bates or Gates are requested to meet at the stock jrards police station South Halstead and Blattson Streets Wednesday morning Au gust 11 at 9 a m for the purpose of inter viewing him in a body Bates wants Marquette Kalamazoo and JGalena papers to take notice of the re quest GUN GOES OFF TOO SOON iCannon Prematurely Explodes While Being Loaded There was a shocking accident at Camp Wilki...

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 — 12 August 1897

Ft v I- riia i 1 b J -4 K BRAYE FIREMEN DIE CHICAGO DEPARTMENTSUFFERS FEARFUL LOSS Kxplosion of Dust in the Burning Elevator of Railway Terminal Com pany Hurls Brick Walls and Burn injj Timbers Upon the Firelighters Died at Posts of Duty Explosion in the midst of a terrific fire brought to a heros death four of Chica gos lireiuen Thursday afternoon and stretched on beds of pain more than a score of officers and pipemen who sought to keep in check a seething furnace of 300000 bushels of grain in the Chicago Kaihvay Terminal Elevator Companys elevator at Indiana and Jefferson streets Xot since the cold storage disaster at the Worlds Fair have so many of the citj s fire fighters been laid low and only twice in the historyof Chicago has the list of casualties in the department been more appalling One unknown man dea7 and many spectators railroad employes yatpr hands and others injured further mark the record of the disaster The dead John J Coogan pipeman of engine com pany 3 William ITa...

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 — 12 August 1897

h w rmrnwnwp ea y fe VXW50 t X V YON an Two Remarkable Rebel Letters Two letters have been published re cently which supass in a peculiar kind of interest any other page in the history of the rebellion - The au thenticity of the letters is beyond doubt They constitute a part of the rebel documents captured at Rich mi nd at the various State capitals and at the headquarters of the various rebel armies at the close of the war All of these documents of every class have been collected arranged tiled and prepared for publication A vast number of volumes have been pub lished by order of Congress Union documents constitute a part of the great war library consisting of these publications All are genuine No part of the volumes contain that kind of Avar history which is made up of cloudy reminiscences or tales of im aginary events The first of these remarkable letters was written by General Beauregard to Miss Augusta J Evans of Mobile im mediately after the battle of Bull Run and gives an acc...

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 — 12 August 1897

Ft u - W Ifl Fv P jr f k E 1 if IM r h h i k K 4 -A HALLS nied by rhcea they are precursors JsS 3k -V f that ksr y weakness It is -worse ff than folly J to neglect these symp toms Any wo man of com mon sense will take steps to cure herself She will realize that her generative system is in need of help and Vegetable Sicilian HAIR REEWER Beautifies and restores Gray Hair to its original color and vitality prevents baldness cures itching and dandruff A fine hair dressing B P Hall Co Pror3 Nashua K Hi Sold by all Iruggist3 Statue of Washington for France Mrs George Hearst of Washington and Mrs S J Field wife of Justice Field of the Supreme Court have been most energetic among the pa triotic women of America raising money for a life sized statue of Gen Washington which will be presented to France in 1900 in recognition of the debt which the- American people owe to France The amount thus far se cured is 22000 and 13000 more will be raised The total cost will be 35 000 The ladies have chos...

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 — 12 August 1897

t JfefKSSSKnssmmBMMa kJUu AND WE AR TIE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT SOBEBT GOOD Editor sad Publisher Official Paper of Cfaerry Coun ty Nebraska lGO JPer Yetr fin Advance PUBLISHED EVEE THURSDAY Entered at the Post office at Valentine Cherry county Nebraska as Second class matter This paper will be mailed regularly to its subscribers uatil a definite order to discontinue is received and all ar rears are paid in full Advernsmg rates 50 cents per insh per month Ualeo per column or -or long time ads made known cu appli cation to this office Democratic Convention A mass convention of the derao crate of Cherry county is hereby called to meet in the office of the -county judge at 2 oclock pm on Saturday August 28 1897 for the purpose of electing five delegates to attend the estate convention A full turnout is requested Con ventiou for nominating candidates for county officers -will be called later Robert Gooi M Christensen Chairman Secretary The murderer of Premier Canovas L could easily have beeu ...

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 — 19 August 1897

IV v K Mi t It if W k ff K f rv - - f is 4 M J VS 5- l - 4SEJ ft w m znk jfiLV5 Ai JX jw fr i2 ifr s I i 3 hT v--- - i THE V AL VOL XII THIS AND THAT 4JotninaEcents Hcpiihliciin Convention Aug Populist Goiivcniion Anc X Democratic Convention August 28 Olil Scttltrs Snarks Sept -2 Schoalommences Sept 6 Cherry county needs a courthouse Wanted Baled hay Davenport Thacheu 0 3 T A Yearnshaw of Cody was in town Tuesday Jen Abel a Gordon barber was in itownilast night Dr dJenedict and wife are located at The Donoher V S Jackson is the proud possessor of tibrand new bicycle Grant Dunn is putting up a new house on Macomb street M V Nicholson visited with rela tives in Ainsworth Sunday Walter Page of Chesterfield spent Saturday and Sunday m town Will Merritt of Longpine guards the push engines Nos 15 and 17 C E Wakefield the Omaha con tractor returned home Saturday T C Hornby has a very fine display of dress goods in his show window Ton Rent Nice large office room in stone building 18 TCHornb...

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 — 19 August 1897

i u I V g uetBaseOKaSKfSiaiSgSs Au nUntitte tmutnl HOKKKT GOOD Krtitor and Prop VALENTINE I1 NEBRASKA Gentlemen who are now raising money for steamer fare to Alaska will flo well 1o remember that the walking will not be good coming back Down at Atlantic City the other day c New York man announced that be -was about to burn up the ocean For tunately he was arrested before he did It The London Globe says that the Japs tan easily whip the United States but H evidently underestimates the fight ing abilities of the Yankees as John Bull has done on two previous occa sions to his own sorrow A New York woman 32 years of age was arrested on a Chicago street for wearing male attire She explained that she had worn the same garb for -pears in Gotham and couldnt see why these Western towns should bo so particular It is queer The St Louis Republic remarks edi torially We can whip Spain We can wbip Japan and we can whip En gland too Well if it comes to the worst it is a sweetly solemn thought that...

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 — 19 August 1897

it if n k r K If v F - i w - I ia - - 1 1 mr 1 z33 CONGRESS AND THE TRUST The Democrats have no quarrel with the tariff that is not the quarrel of the people It may be noted that the Republican press is not entirely silenced by the money power and occasionally an ear nest protest against the iniquities of this the greatest robber act of modern legislation is raised by stanch Republi can newspapers Harpers Weekly in discussing the tariff says The great central fact in the history of this meas ure is the continued domination of the sugar trust over Congress There is some pretense of dispute as to whether the House or the Senate was victorious in the linal arrangement of the sugar schedule But it matters little which schrane for increasing the profits of The sugar trust was adopted The peo ple who speculate in sugar securities have expressed their opinion of this legislation in Wall street The common stewk of the trust was selling at 110 when the work of making the bill was begun and a...

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 — 19 August 1897

I riv l f T- ai - j v W3KflBS5RW t THE WORLD OYER LATEST NEWS FROM EVERY LAND HAS OFFERED TO QUIT SHERMAN SAID TO HAVE TEN DERED HIS RESIGNATION ffho Anarchist Assassin of Premier Canovas to Be Garroted Old St Xionls Negro Who Saved Grant from Capture Is Dead Has Offered to Resign A dispatch on Monday to the Chicago -Tribune from Hotel Champlain N Y -where President McKiuley is spending his Tacation says It is learned here that there has been considerable correspondence over the man agement of the foreign department of the government and a report comes here that Secretary Sherman inspired by rumors of he presidents displeasure at his lack of diplomatic etiquette in discussing matters f the department has written the pres ident asking if it is his desire to have a change The president has been in communica tion with Judge Day almost constantly his departure from Washington but Stti not believed hero that the assistant secretary is any better informed as to Mr Shermans intentions than...

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 — 19 August 1897

h u Ml r K r i ii 1 R lv K WOODMEN IN 1 FIGHT jFJOT FOLLOWS AN ATTEMPT TO MOVE RECORDS One Man Fatully Hurt and Several Injured Rock Islanders Repelled by Citizens of Pulton History of the Trouble in the Order A Spirited Battle In an attempt 1y people of Koclr Island Fridsiy afternoon lo secure possession oC the books and belongings at the head quarters of the Modern Woodmen of America in Fulton 111 a general riot eu sued The Jist of injured is lSd Bare head and arms injured AVill Bennet city marshal head cut -wound believed to be fatalelauMs Carrier head out P J Casey badly injured on head W II Flanagan head badly cut Chris Miller bead cuti L D Plank cut about the bead J cut alwut the bead Start from Rock Island JudgcGesi of Hock Island liad rendered Jus decision dissolving the injunction which retrained the officials of the Mod ern Woodmen of America from removing the books and other belongings of the lusad otlice from Fulton 111 to Hock Island A special train was -started from Jt...

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 — 19 August 1897

i J w Iff I 3k M Ventilated Drcs Shield The new fluted dress shield is the first ventilated shield ever invented which has proved practical By every i m o v e m out the 02 5S DKISS SHIELD vfc V J moist air is forced out of the flutings and fresh dry air drawn in keeping 1 the body cool and free from perspira tion It is as light as other gossamer shields also imper vious and soft as well as odorless It can be washed and will nliviv2 rofii j the flutings The shield is quite an in- novation and will be appreciated as the mercury ascends in the bulb Newest Collars The newest collars have a white standard surmounted by an exceed ingly full knife plaited frill which is also box plaited as well of colored organdies in the richest patterns and most delicate shades of the popular i colors heliotrope red green and blue the hem of the ruffle being edged with Valenciennes lace The cuffs are trimmed in a similar style to match These are worn with cloth suits and can be laundered successfully tak...

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 — 19 August 1897

J V f ft STORY OF THE SEA Tale Told by the Ioc of the Good Ship Trpaz Robert H Folger the oldest iractic ing lawyer in America has at his home In Mnssillon Ohio a treasure in the way of a ships log kept by his father Captain May hew Folger of the good ship Topaz While making his last cruise in the Pacific Captain Fol ger discovered the surviving mutineer of the ship Bounty and his colony on Pitcairn Island The entry in the log book is of extreme interest Captain Folger says Saturday Feb 1 1S08 at 2 a m saw Pitcairn Island bearing south Lay off and on till daylight At 6 a m put off with two boats to ex plore the land and look for seals On approaching the shore saw smoke on the land at which I was very much Mirprised as the island was said to be uninhabited I saw a boat paddling toward me with three men in her They hailed In the English language and asked who was the captain of the ship They offered me gifts of cocoa nuts and requested I would laud there being a white man on shore I w...

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 — 19 August 1897

rfijV m -V - V - 3 THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT BOBERT GOOD Editor and Publisher Ofliclsl Payer of ty Nebraska 100 JPer Year in Advance PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY Entered at the Postoffice afr ValeHtine Cherry county Nebraaka as Second class matter This paper will be mailed regularly to its subscribers untilra definite order to disconxinue is received and all ar rears are paid in full Democratic Convention A maes convention of the demo crats of Cherry county is hereby called to meet in the office of the county judge at 2 oclock pm on Saturday August 28 1897 for the purpose of electing five delegates to attend the state convention A fall turnout is requested Con vention for nominating candidates for eovnty will be called later Eobert Good M Cheistensen Chairman Secretary Rosebud John Nelss smiled upon us Monday P Decorey was in from the Antelope Monday Cbtfi Tackett paid the Agency a call Tuesday Dc Eardcn left Saturday -on a Uiirty days TyeriKimmel have started in the sheep business Mr Ayer...

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 — 26 August 1897

it i f N r 1 - hv i h r - THE VOL -XII THIS AND THAT ftontlna Event - Populist Convention Auk 27 TXMiiocTttc Conventiou AuctatJ3 Old SeUIM nirks Sept 2 3 Gus Carlson is still on tho sick list W S i up from Longpine today Waited Baled hay Davenpout Thacher 0 3 G3L Watson spent a couple of days -this week in the country Anumfeer of kids camped out on tho Minnechaduza last week iFok Rent Nice large office room antone building 18 TGHornby Every democrat who possibly can should attend the convention Saturday Alex Cbarbonneau and W A Bon- 8er were over from Rosebud yesterday Stock run is not so heavy this week -as It was lastonly about 20 trains so fat this -week Hiss Dickson Mrs Mrs H R Coming of Chatfield and Rosebud are in town today Amos Strong went to Lincoln yes terday morning to attend the republi can convention Shaws concrete walk is a failure Guess Valentine will have to stick to good pine boards L L BivenB went to Lincoln Tues day morning to attend the -republican state conventi...

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