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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 9 September 1897

F w msmmmmmmm LOVES OFFERING if life were A rosebud Bedighted with dew i would pluck it my darling And give it to you If love were a jewel That money could buy I would give thee a casket No queen could defy But love is not purchased In whole or in part So Ive nothing to give thee But love and my heart But rosebuds may wither And jewels are vain But on to eternity Love shall remain b FJiilndclpliia Bulletin A SPECIAL ENVOY When Pepworth Tring the well known South African millionaire sent for me and after inquiring if I was at liberty for a few weeks said that he was about to commission me to take a small map to his Johannesburg repre sentatives I was rather surprised that he should go to the expense of a special messenger when the postal service was available It seems a very simple undertak ing I said But he speedily enlightened me Ah thats where you are wrong he replied giving me a shrewd glance In this case the post is not to be trust ed aud an unscrupulous enemy will strain every ...

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 — 9 September 1897

R i i - ALLS Vegetable Sicilian AIR REMEWER Beautifies and restores Gray Hir to its original color and vitality prevents baldness cures itching and dandruff A fine hair dressing E P nail Co Pro3 Nashua XH Sold by all Druggists cfegiteiwa7gfrreMagiKgga MCR hWSSSllGS I I The sc im vessels of wild peas and bcnns when dry open and curl up with a sudden snap which expels the seeds sometimes to a distance of twelve to twenty feet Indications of this habit are seen in the cultivated varieties the seedpods of which often curl with a snap when opened Do Wc Need Hif Muscles Hy no moans Iersons of herculean nulld frequiiitlv possess a minimum of genuine visor Jiml exhibit less endurance than very small people Iteal visor means the ability to digest ami sleep well and to perform a reasonable amount of dvlly physical and mental labor without unnatural fatisuc It Is because a course of Hostetters Stomaeji Hitters enables the enfeebled dyspeptic to resume the allotted activity of every day lif as ...

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 — 9 September 1897

7 I iw 9 i I UfJ V V r - w iw THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT JL0BEET GOOD Iditcr and Publisher ill ii i Official Paper of Cherry Coun ty Keforaska 100 Per Yenr in Advance fc II I - rUBLIUHED EVERY THURSDAY Entered at t he Post office at ValeHtme Cherry couuty 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 Democratic Ticket For Supreme Judge J J SULLIVAN Por Regents State University E FORRELL GEORGE F KhNOWER While it is true that there were very many things done at Lincoln last week which were not exactly nice it is safe to bet that the nominee of the three conventions J J Sullivan will be the next supreme judge of this state it has been aptly said that demo crats can get hotter and cool off quick er than any other class of people aiid we believe its true We look to see a firm cementation of all factions of the party within two years and then I once more we will be vic...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 9 September 1897

Wood t ill kinds is a good as cash for subscription Several parties who wer to have brought us wood can do so now Any kind or length The democrats of Holt county last week nominated a full county ticket A committee was appointed to confer with noimlists in order to effect fusion Will Pullman made a flying trip to town this week tor having implements and repairs Jumbo says he works hard in good weather that it takes all his time in had weather to repair his machinery Whitman Sun At the Keya Paha county populist convention the following were nomin ated Countr Clerk II L Millay Treasurer W Lear Sheriff John Coble Supr Ueo Fessent Judge W Thomas Surveyor 1 S VanAl stvne Coroner D W Beattie Com missioner west district Tom Laird C M Libolt was nominated as com- Tssioncr from the east district There is a vast difference in local and national or state politics in na tional or state politics we are not ac piainted with the individual but vote lor the principle that is involved while in local...

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 — 16 September 1897

It- L A i y VOL zn THIS AND THAT Coutina Events Tror Sehubert Scpt 18 Republican Convention Oct 1 iTomilisl Convention Oct Z Democratic Convention Oct 5 Teachers Association Oct 9 District Court Oct 18 Election Day November 2 Hello Bob Bennett Irwin was in town Sunday W L Enlow was in town Saturday on business H F Holliday was down from Cody on business yesterday A Lewis it having the kitchen of his house weather boarded Thos Yearnshaw was in town from Cody Monday and Tuesday D Stinard has a very nice line of fall clothing and furnishings J A Fike has been in Newport this week looking after his hay crop D Hanna was up from Woodake on business Sunday nd Monday Deputy TJ S Marshal Robinson of Pine llidge fltsas in town Monday Mart Kern of Ft Pierre S D gave this office a pleasant call yesterday Maj Moore is at Port Niobrara this week inspecting the troops and post C It Watson went to Hermosa S D Tuesday night on a husiness trip 6 E Grundy an Omaha stockman has been in town on business...

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 — 16 September 1897

llOUEKT GOOD Kilitor and Prop VALENTINE NEBRASKA Even a successful plunger cannot af ford lo plunge indiscriminately See Barnato Mark Twain says there are only fifty jokes in the world Perhaps that la one of them The plan to free China would he more commendable if it was to freo China from the Chinese A change of typewriters in a bank sometimes might render unnecessary a change of venue later on One of the largest electric light plants in the world is being made in 3STew York for Southern Brazil 15000 lights Pensacola is advertising a corn fair to be held in the near future What is this A State convention of chiropo dists Will some one kindly explain why a weather bureau which costs 900000 a year turns out predictions worth only 9 cents a dozen Every day is a little life and our -whole life is but a day repeated Those therefore that dare lose a day are dan gerously prodigal Why on earth should any one want to pursue the little King of Spain with dynamite Are there no laths or trunk ...

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 — 16 September 1897

-X J X THAT DISCRIMINATING DUTY Wha1 avsII be known in our history as the discriminating duty of 1S07 is a Avhich seems to have been sur reptitiously inserted in the tariff bill without the knowledge as tliey aver of either Dingley or Alli son or even of Speaker Reed the Czar of the House of Representatives who was resting in his official dignity and fatness under the erroneous impres sion that he knew it all and that nothing could go through the House he had gagged and terrorized without his knowledge and express permission He aiow insists like President Grant when the latter signed in 1S7 the bill de monetizing silver that he didnt know the pesky thing was in the bill It is the excuse of the small boy makes when he pleads that he didnt know it was loaded The discriminating duty of 10 per cent is -to be levied at all Custom Houses in addition to the regular tariff rates on all goods brought into the Tnited States from a foreign country ihi which those particular goods were not prod...

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 — 16 September 1897

i i ELECTRIC FLASHES UEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD CAUSED A TIDAL WAVE WATER DRIVEN UP BY A HURRI CANE ON THE GULF wo Towns Wiped Out by Wind and Water Eight Lives Ijost and c Soore Wounded 10 a Day and Board Tor Iiabbfers in California Hurricane on the Gulf A Houston Texas dispatch says In formation has been received of a severe tiurrlcane which vlalted tho towns of Port ULrthur and Sabine Pass Monday night ilhe storm came up at 6 oclock from the Ocean By midnight it was so fierce as to fwoduce a tidal wave all along the coast completely wiping out both places Eight re known to have been drowned and Jtwenty wounded GET SIO A DAY AND BOARD California Appears to Be a Klondike for Laborers The problem of how to obtain help nough to harvest this years crop has be come a serious one to fruit growers of Cal ifornia One einplojment agency in San IFrancisco has places open for 8000 men in JTresno and Tulare counties alone while Napa Sonoma Santa Clara and Yuba -counties are not far behi...

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 — 16 September 1897

fr B v- 1897 X A Racing ends EVERYBODY Can Afford to Visit the Railroad Will Make Pacific Cheap Rates and will run Special Trains 1897 STATE FAIR This Year at OMAHA September 19 to 24 1897 1 Tiis Fremont Elkhorn Mo Valley ioux City ifetfSee Posters for Dates and Schedules Special State Pair Trains as advertised -will run to and from STATE FAIR GROUNDS STATION Omaha and not to and from Webster Street Station in the City THURSDAY NIGHT all Trains will leave from Webster Street Psptot Omaha after the parade Regular Passenger Trains will run on present schedule to and from Webster Street Station Commencing Monday a stub Train will run between Irvington and the State Fair Grounds connecting with all REGULAR Passenger Trains in both directions Electric Motors Hacks Omnibuses etc will run constantly between all Depots and Hotels in the City and the Fair Grounds See special advertising newspapers etc for a Directory of this Carnival week which includes The 3Ist Annual Nebraska State Fair St...

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 — 16 September 1897

it WARRENS ADDRESS Stand the grounds your own my bravesi Will ye give it up to slaves Will ye look for greener graves Hope ye mercy still Whats the mercy despots feel Hear it in that battle peal vi Read it on yon bristling steel - Ask it ye who will Fear ye foes who kill for hire Will ye to your homes retire - -Look behind you theyre afire And before you see Who have done it From the vale -On they come and will ye quail Leaden rain and iron hail Let their welcome be In the God of battles trust Die we may and die we must But oil where can dust to dust Be consignd so well As where Heaven its dews shall shed On the martyrd patriots bed And the rocks shall raise their head Of his deeds to tell John Pierpont MEETING STEP PAPA Well exclaimed Alillic this is quite the most horrid thing mamma could have done Fraulein Haussmann of Hanover bad a large garden behind her finished sem inary for young ladies and it was up and down this garden that Millie War wick was strolling arm-in-arm fashion ...

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 — 16 September 1897

At one place on the Idaho side of the f ouuui ivitui iiuui 1 ty and not covering a space o over ty leet in extant eigni neau or ueau cattle -were recently counted having Jn4et death by tumbling from the blufi above Merc Bundles of Serves Some peevish querulous people seem mere bundles of nerves The least Hound agitates their sensoriums and nifties their tempers No doubt they are horn o Hut may not their nervousness be ameliorated If not entirely relieved Unquestionably and with Hos tellers Stomach Hitters Hy cultivating their digestion and insuring more complete assimilation of the food with this admirable corrective they will experience a speedy and very perceptible gain in nerve quitude Dyspepsia biliousness constipation and rheu matism yield to the Hitters II The great painter Razzi lilted his house with all sorts of animals and taught his raven to cry Come in whenever there was a knock at the door o Shake Into Your Shoes Allens Foot Ease a powder for the feet It cures painful sw...

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 — 16 September 1897

- v 4 1 n in i I i i i I - - - A SQUARE DEAL Is what you get every time you buy a pound of sugar a can of fruit a bushelof potatoes a pair of shoes a hat or cap a pair of pants a suit of clothes a yard of ribbon or a dress pattern you should see those new fall patterns or anything else of THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT BOBERT GOOD Editor and Publisher Official Paper of Cherry Coun ty Nebraska 10Q Per Yeur in Advance TUBLIBHED EVERY THURSDAY 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 Deinociatic Ticket ForSupreme Judge 7 J SULLIVAN For Regents State University 12 FORRELL GEORGE F XKNOWER JBecause this paper has the courage to publish the news of the day even after having been requested to sup press the facts three different persons have on separate occasions threatened to punch theeditors head One of the three h...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 16 September 1897

r - Weather Prophecy 42 The Uosebmi Indians have a way of predicting weather which is a iipw one on us They sav that if a beavers milt is rough and full of lumps the following winter will bring lots of snow Every lump represents a snow storm and after every storm one of the lumps disappears Also that a good fruit season means a hard winter They predict that the coming winter -will witness as heavy snows as the whiter of 91 That was a corker A Jreat Triumvirate A preacher came at a newspaper man in this way -You dare not tell me the truth If you did yon could not live your newspaper would be a failure The editor said You are right the minister who at all times and under all circumstances tells the jruth the whole truth and nothing but the truth about his members alive or dead will not occupy his pulpit more than oni Sunday and then he will find it necessary to leave the town in a hurry The press and the pulpit go hand in hand with whitewash brushes and pleasant words magnifying the l...

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 — 23 September 1897

t Gfc i n l ft fe jo j v V j i 6- N I U TOO THE V AL YOL xn SOCIETIES Masonic AF A M Minuccladinsrladge No 192 Ancient Free and Accented Masons meet In regular cointnumcatifm Saturday eveuintrtm or before the full moon Odd Fellows Valentine Jode No JO in each mouth Members or Hie order In jjod and reg nlar standing are cor dally and fraternally in ited to attend V T Ki jscai d V JM W V TjioMivoy Sccy Eastern Star OES Northern Star Chapter Io G 0deroI the Eastern -Star nwets on the second md fourth Twsday evenings or each month at Hornbys null W W Tnonifox Bisia J Ykast bocreUiy Worthy Matron l ncuaent oraer or Odd lelous meets even- rnnmo nno rr fiaca Uamn n tin ofi Ihursday evening Visiting brothers uuo c ouul Jy invited to attend our mevtimrs T T JvKKLKV E DAVKXPOKT Secretary Xofoie Grand llnt and 1ll Mondays of each month J C txrriHTHX O W Kahx xtetoider Master Workman Degree of Honor T oH Valentine Lodge No Degree of A J Hosier holds regtiUr meetings lirt and third Wednesday eve...

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 — 23 September 1897

KOKKItT JOOJ Editor and Trop VALENTINE NEBRASKA Why doesnt that St Joseph man with eleven wives organize a comic opera troupe And now in Loudon they are fighting the long hat pin The editors dont eem to be stuck on it And now scientists have discovered microbes in ink They should be sen tenced to the pen at once Gen Weylers faithful trusty peedy indefatigable ceaseless eternal typewriter is still hammering out vic tories If as the British scientists say India is the cradle of the human race Greece recently demonstrated who could run with the baby King Humbert of Italy is described as a great hunter but he isnt going to Abyssinia again to indulge his hobby If he knows himself Public officials will do well to remem fcer when the interviewer is around that an ounce of keep-your-mouth-shut is worth a pound of never-said-it A great deal of wheat it is true is raised on the Chicago Board of Trade but that isnt a good place to raise it unless you know how to do it And who does A New York y...

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 — 23 September 1897

I v V v aff7 ONE FALSE ISSUE REMOVED Many silver Kepublicans voted for McKinley because of the pledge in the platform in favor of international bi metallism These voters now see that tliis pledge was simply a dodge to fool the people None of the Kepublican leaders is de sirous of establishing bimetallism eith er through national or international ac tion All of those leaders knew that ii long as the settlement of internation al bimetallism rested in the hands of England the policy of gold monometal lism was safe and for this reason they inserted the plank referred to believ ing that it would catch votes and thus in reality make the gold monetary sys tem all the more secure The Kepublican press realizes that the international bimetallism dodge has been played for the last time It has served its purpose for a quarter of a century and is now completely worn out and discredited No longer will this bait be used to catch gudgeons not because there is any change in the ethics of the gold cl...

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 — 23 September 1897

fil THE WORLD OYER l ATEST NEWS FROM EVERY LAND 1ELLOW JACKS WOEK DUMBER OF NEW CASES RE PORTED MONDAY Refugees from the Fever Stricken Districts Pour Into St Ijouis Bay onets Used on n Mob of Women at Latimer Pa Other News Items Yellow Fevers Work Dr Joseph Holt ex president of the lward of health of New Orleans reported mine new cases of yellow fever in his prac tice Monday Nine more are reported by ther physicians Fourteen new cases of yellow fever have appeared at Edwards Miss since the last report making the total number now reg istered fifty four Two special trains left Mobile Monday for St Louis carrying clerks and other emplojes in the general offices of the Mo bile and Ohio Railroad at Mobile The mployes number about 200 and with their -families will make a total of 1000 They will remain in St Louis until the frost kills the yellow fever germs in the south Refugees continue to pour into St Louis from the south The Meridian Miss cotton exchange lias adopted a resolution requ...

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 — 23 September 1897

INDIANA LYNCH LAW DETAILS OF THE RIPLEY COUNTY f lie AFFAIR Summary Punishment Visited Upon a Gang of Evil Characters People Tire of an Extended Scries of Crim inal Acts Gov Mount Indignant Deed of Infuriated Mob The lynching of the five Osgood men at Versailles the county seat of Ripley County has perhaps no parallel in the history of Indiana The prisoners were confined in the county jail on the charge of burglary They all resided in the town of Osgood and were supposed to belong to an organized band of thieves and high waymen which has been robbing and ter rorizing the citizens of Ripley County for a number of years They were awaiting trial for having attempted to break into the general store of TVoolcy Bros at Cor rect Saturday night Gordon and An drews were captured at the time after a running fight and after each iad been severely wounded The other prisoners were detained on the charge of having assisted in the attempted burglary and whose guilt seemed evident Public feel ing h...

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 — 23 September 1897

I m ooosxgcxxcsxxoccoco THE VOICE QF THE CHARMER tC v r POX rav word its too bad U- as exclaimed Mr Mainwaring having wished everybody good morning he sat down to the break fast table and proceeded before com mencing that meal to glance through his letters according to custom It really is too bad he repeated crim soning with indignation and giving an angry stamp of his foot in so doing treading on the foot of Jumbo his wifes pet pug and causing that much pampered animal to give utterance to a loud yell and retreat further under the table to -the shelter of his mistress petticoats My dear said Mrs Mainwaring pausing in the act of pouring out the fsqu ires coffee what is the matter now Nothing wrong with Sunbeams little foal I trust No thanks my dear not so bad as that answered her husband but quite bad enough in all conscience Its that dreadful fellow Wilder at the Lea farm again I wish to goodness he had never come near the place with all my heart Horrid man agreed Mrs Mainwar ing I...

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 — 23 September 1897

Fv JU ffitVOMESS AKD ISSOHSIA A PROMINENT FARMER OF KAN SAS FINDS A CURE From the Capital SL John Kansas Hearing that T II Detwiler a prosper ous farmer who resides about three miles east of SL lolm Ivan had been using Dr Williams Pink Pills with marvelous beneficial results a reporter of the Kan sas City Star called upon him for an in terview regarding the matter We found Mr Detwiler a tall and apparently well preserved maai of 70 years He gave the following and with his consent to its publication I had been troubled for several years with extreme nervousness At first it did not prevent me from attending to my farm duties About three years ago how ever I began to grow rapidly worse then my nights became sleepless and I could not sleep two hours in an entire night I became terribly afflicted too with indiges tion 1 became alarmed at my condition and consulted a physician One doctor told me the trouble was insomnia and I took his medicine for that but without re lief Another told me ...

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