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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Cherry County independent — 19 December 1895

V- i V X BEST IN THIS irOKXJlf 5 P W - Wr SSSeSiSSSia OX GttYaQU ftttOT L i J y W3toYvfcss i - i tXQTVSVl WVfWiiWtOkN THE RISING SUN STOVE POLISH in calces for general blacking of a stove THE SUN PASTE POLISH for a aulck after slilne rpplled and pol ished with a cloth Mmnm Croi Propi Canton Mass US Am Jacob Scelig who was appointed re cently captain of the life saving forces at Hell Gate has a record of having rescued fourteen human beings from a watery grave The Tflodorn Hag fond that her little ones are improved n6r0 by tfie pleasant laxative Syrup of JPtgp yhen in need of the laxative effect of geiitlo remedy ttjan by any other and tojax it ia more aooeptablo to them Chil dren enidy itnnd it benefits them The true remedy ISynip of Figs is manufac tured by the Caufornia Fig Syrup Co only An almoner was the purse carried by ladles at lheir belts nTfS AHIfltsBtopnedfreobrDrIUIiiosGreal N5fTe ICoitoi er 5o Fits after first days nso Map velous cures Treatise and 200 trial bottle free ...

Publication Title: Cherry County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Cherry County independent — 19 December 1895

1 i 4 52iEfcELJr3kffl rt - Xi1 A Entered at 1 he 1ost oQlce at Valentine Cherry us Second class matter Societies BULL THIBE ao22 SETTING IMIIIOVH Okdku ok Ekusikx Meets every second and fourth Saturday ol oachmoutli Members of the order in pood standing are cordially and fraternally invited to attend C I i THOMPSON Sachem J D WIGGINS C of Kecords Minnekadusa Lodge Ho J92 A F A M i meets In regular communication Saturday even ing on or before the full moon in each month members of the order in good and rcgularstand lng cordially and fraternally invited to attend F M Walcott W M W Yf Taoiirsox Secy Valentine Lodge No 70 A 0 TJ V7 meets 1 st and 3rd Monday in each month 31 Chrjstnsen M W L L 3touer Bee Valentine Lodpe No 205 T O F meets every Thursday evening Visiting brothers cord ially nvited tottend our meetings D S LUDWJG N G Tuauk Bkaxto Secy Gel Wood Pest No 208 Department of braska regular meeting2d and ith Saturdays of each mouth at J u in sliarn Comrads from other Posts are co...

Publication Title: Cherry County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cherry County independent — 5 March 1896

i k i SV LVWRT M - Bl 4 V MSWt K 5 fftfjjg VOL XI Mr SovereJc213 Letter Sulphur Springs Ark Feb G 1896 Gek A J VYaknkr Preat American B L Washington D C PsarSir The kind initation from yourself Hon H U Miller Hon R C Cham bers and Hon J M Devine to attend the conference at Washington Jan 22 Kas duly received but other press ing engagements prevented my attend nce t the meeting However I am pleased to intorm you that the resolu tions adopted meet my most hearty ftpproral and as a member of the peo ples party will do everything in my power to harmonize the forces for Tlctory thia year The exigency of the timeB demand and the working people require that every member of every feform element in this country make overy possible effort to unite the sev eral dlviBioui into one grand party and with one national ticket for all jQBKen concerted campaign against the goldpower and the National Banks I entertain strong convictious on other great national questions but 1 ean wait longer for them t...

Publication Title: Cherry County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cherry County independent — 5 March 1896

Cta Gomtg Independent VALENTINE NEBRASKA Meanwhile the old ship of State doesnt need any violent tugs to make It Independent of the banks It can easily float a loan The report that a young man in Chi cago became insane from smoking cig arets is superfluous It is enough to sap he smoked cigarets In after life you may have friends ond dear friends but never will you have again the inexpressible love and gentleness lavished upon you which none but a mother bestows New York wheelmen have a bill be fore the State Legislature asking that bicycles be transported free on rail roads as personal baggage The same question will doubtless be raised in every State in the Union before many years pass Emerson says A man is relieved and gay when he has put his heart into his work and done his best If we ueed confirmation of this we have but to look at the dreary and melancholy con dition of the man who on this fair earth and with all its opportunities finds nothing to do Last year the United States ...

Publication Title: Cherry County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cherry County independent — 5 March 1896

U II r v f i 1 LW 3 J 3 1 t t v fcOW IN THE BANKS SOLDIERS TAKE SIDES IN BOOTH FAMILY JAR THE They Ask Bollingrton Booth to Head an Independent American Array but He Declines and Quits the Organi zationCause of the Trouble New War Cry The trouble In the ranks of the Salva tion army seems to grow Ballington Booths peremptory removal by luc fath er from the command of the army in the United States has caused dissensions that way result in a permanent disruption of tihis famous religious organization If Ballington Booth lifts his hand in assent it is believed that the American branch will throw off its allegiance to the parent body in England The root of the evil seems to be jealousy in the Booth family Ballington Booth for nine years the com mander of the army in America has been forced do resign and in consequence has teggaS BOOTH TUCKEK left the army The leaders of the various branches throughout the United States asked him to take charge of an independ ent army saying that if he di...

Publication Title: Cherry County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cherry County independent — 5 March 1896

-I Cherrg Guuntg Independent VALENTINE NEBRASKA BIG EASTERN STORM IMMENSE DAMAGE IN NEW ENG LAND BY FLOODS Dozens of Railroad Bridges Washed Away and It Is Feared Several Lives Have Been Lost Forty Peo pie Hurt in a Polo Rink Great Rainstorm East HARTFonD Conn The great rain storm which has prevailed hero caused great damage throughout the slate The Connecticut River lias swollen to three times its normal proportions A portion of the false work of the big iron bridge at Middletown was swept away The bursting of the old Coppermine dam at Bristol caused the greatest flood ever known there and the estimated dam age is over 100003 from this alone Peo ple living along the Pequaback lliver had to leave their houses in the dark and many lost all their possessions Ten highway bridges were swept away and the New England tracks were washed out in many places A freight train ran into a wash out near Forestville and the engine was capsized Tho storm in WInsted and other sections was very severe...

Publication Title: Cherry County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Cherry County independent — 5 March 1896

t U f l - ft i V k rs i Is 5 i B R 6 I Trepanning Restores Speech The day of the great Johnstown flood May 31 1889 Horace Tetlow had his skul crushed by a falling timber Since that time he has been a mute imbecile He met with a slight accident recently and was taken to a hospital The phy sician in charge made a thorough ex amination of the wound in his skull Trepanning was decided on The op eration was successfully performed a bone button about the size of a half dollar being removed He talks now jut his mind is a blank as to the hap penings during the last seven years Man Was Made to Mourn Pertiips but rheumatism need not add to Hie calamities to which we are more or less subject when there is such an efficient means of counteracting the dire complaint as Ilostetters Stomach Bitters When the liver bowels or stomach are out of order or the kidneys or nerves troublesome the Uitters Is also an efficient reined v It pre vents and remedies all malarial disorders liussinn lovers send a d...

Publication Title: Cherry County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Cherry County independent — 5 March 1896

tCLLlbHED JSVEIIX THUItSDA1T J R Farris Publisher v CHERRY GO iNDEPENDEK Official Paper of Cherry Coun subsgbieeioh sates Oie Dollar 2Ecr Yeur iDYESTISIUa RATES Qk6 GcJjurin per month Aftls SSCO 100- Jinterwl at t he Post ofllce Jrt Valentine Cherry sotroty Kebrc ika as Second class matter Societies MENS SOCIAL CLUB MeCts YOUNG Wednesday evening at the rest onoe of Sirs Helen Hornby Charles B Cook Fresident CHAulks H WkllPiu Secretary BULL TRIBE So 22 SETTING Okdkk ok Hkdmen Jleets ever second and fourth Saturday of cchuionth Members or the order m good rtaudinunre cordially and fraternally invited to alien 4 C ll THOM PSON Sacheroy J D WIGGINS C of Records Ilntiulrniliion T nArrn Kn 1Q k Tf Rl A TVT Arrival and departure of SFftilH Mall east and west closes at 8 p m Eosebud leaves at Stio a m daily except Sun tey and arrives at 500 p m Simeon Kennedy and Oasis leaves 5t7e0 a ut Mondays Wednesdays and Fri days and arrives at p Tuesdays and Saturdays Trt Niobrara leaves daily at7Ta m...

Publication Title: Cherry County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cherry County independent — 12 March 1896

U lT U V - y jj S More bonds means Totes T i WnS k body i a l - more populist Yotj cant Yote the populist without voting for silver men ticket The great issue is more bonds and less money or more money and lesB bonds On which side of the fence we you Never waa there more political ex citment and never will there be a hotter campaign waged than this year Put your shoulder to the wheel At the present rate of increase in our indebtedness we will soon be in the condition of Egypt The interest will consume everything that labor can produce TnE Kansas populists hold two state conventions the first on March 18th to elect delegates to the national con rention and the latter to nominate state officers on August 5th The American people have shown ihemselves capable of solving any political problem presented to them And we shriuk from the idea that they will not right the present difliculties It ia amusing to hear our republi can friends crying for McKinley and at the same time claim to favor ...

Publication Title: Cherry County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cherry County independent — 12 March 1896

i At Jt Giisrrg Countg Independent VALENTINE NEBRASKA A Buffalo woman snapped a ioaaea revolver at her husband for i joke He never saw It at all A Bangor Me woman went into a drug store in that town and asked foi a bottle of that Monroe docterin Even the children cry for it Gothams latr st census shows that there are lir4 women in Xew York eii v who dont know how old they are Prob ably there are not so many who wiU tell Lieut Peary says he found the Ice landers a cordial and familiar peo ple Our school geographers had taught us to believe they were cold and distant A dispatch from St Joseph Mo says The policemen are patrolling the cem eteries Thats all right some of those hustling Westerners have to be watched for awhile after they are dead Paderewski has a magnilicent touch there can be no doubt of that Thir teen thousand live hundred dollars for two matinee recitals Theres noth ing the matter with that sort of box office technique An Oakland Gal paper has far out stripped such del...

Publication Title: Cherry County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cherry County independent — 12 March 1896

4 A i T A x- FT lu J M t ROENTGENS WONDERFUL XRAYS REVIEW OF THE GREAT PHOTOGRAPHIC DISCOVERY 0 3Q0 experiments follow ed as they have been by the efforts of other savants along the same lines together with wide newspaper dis cussion have given popular thought and common conversation a tendency toward rhe scientific and the abstruse Roentgen rays X rays cathode rays ultra violet jags ipiif imiof POEXTGEX rays the words are as familiar to the ear us the alphabet Stated briefly Prof Wilhelm Konrad Roentgen has found a jieans whereby articles behind opaque substances or contained therein may be photographed and their position accurate ly defined The pictures thus obtained are light often shadows only on the plate Their character is determined by the rela tive density of the inclosing matter If the envelope present slight obstruction to the X rays the impression of the object whose photograph is sought is proportion ately distinct It is easy to see that this discovery may be put to grea...

Publication Title: Cherry County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cherry County independent — 12 March 1896

n M tnWSaBSSMMW 1 Clisrnj Goiuitu Independent VALENTINE - NEBRASKA BODIES IN A BARREL CHICAGO POLICE MAKE A GREW SOME DISCOVERY One Body that of an Old Man and tho Other that of a Baby Only One Slight Clew to the Mysterious Crime Other Items Two Bodies In a Barrel Carefully concealed in a barrel and covered with a mass of old rags and cot ton the dead bodies of a gray haired man and a new born babe were found in an alley in Hyde Park Chicago Only one clew is in their possession and on the dis covery of the identity of a woman as yet unknown to the police depends the pos sible solution of the mystery The office in Rollstons Hyde Parle morgue was rung up by telephone and a woman asked if the body of a man had been found in Ilyde Park The office at tendant replied in the negative and then questioned tho woman but his best ef fort failed to get any information of a de cided character although she told the clerk she was looking for a man who was missing Four hours later the barrel with i...

Publication Title: Cherry County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Cherry County independent — 12 March 1896

ir fer r S ft K l P Spring Medicine Tour blocd in Spring is almost certain to be full of impurities the accumulaton of the winter months Bad ventilation of sleeping rcoms impure air in dwell ings factories and shops over eating heavy improper foods failure of the kidneys and liver properly to do extra work Ihus thrust upon them are the prime causes of this condition It is of the utmost importance that you Purify Your Blood Now as when warmer weather comes and the tonic effect of cold bracing air is gone your weak thin impure blood will not furnish necessary strength That tired feeling loss of appetite will open the way for serious disease rained health or breaking out of humors and impurities To make pure rich red blood Hoods Sarsaparilla stands une qualled Thousands testify to its mer its Millions take it as their Spring Medicine Get Hoods because Hoods Sarsaparilla is the One True Blood Purifier All druggists 1 Prepared only by C I Hood Co Lowell Mass Hnnric Dillc are the only pil...

Publication Title: Cherry County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Cherry County independent — 12 March 1896

W ttvUiwL aim tt tofa CHERRY GO INDEPENDENT fUBUbHED EVERY THURSDAY J R Farris Publisher Official Paper of Cherry Coun ty Nebraska r 8UBS0BIPTI0N BATES Ovie Dollar Per Yeur advertising bates Om Oaiuma per month Card E BREUKLAB BLACKSMITH akd WACONMAKER Repairing a Specialty Prices Strickly Cash and Low er than ever SHOP on Cherry St opposite Langs old stand THE ELKHORN RAILROAD North Western Line ib to best to and from the SUGAR BEET FIELDS or WORTH NEBRASKA 222srrrsr 8800 100 Entered at t bo Pobt offlce at Valentine Cherry tftustf Nebraska as Second class matter SooietleB MENS SOCIAL CLUB Meets YOUNG Wednesday evening at the resi enee ol Mrs Helen Hornby Chakies B Cook Presldent CkablesH Wkl lkord Secretary BULL TRIBE No 22 iMI KOVHD OBDKH OF RkDMEN Meets every second and fourth Saturday of ach month Members of the order In good standing are cordfallj and fraternally invited to attend C It THOMPSON Sachem J D WIGGINS C of Records Mlnnekadusa Lodge No 12 A F A M xneets in regular co...

Publication Title: Cherry County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cherry County independent — 2 April 1896

It V u -if rr t A p J j iT -v 1 VOL XI A lwrtsij Word With thia issue we sever our con nections with the Independent having fcfld the office complete er with the subscription list toll 15 3ood Mr Good will put out the next Issue of paper under the name of xThc Valentine Democrat1 The Democrat will fill out all unexpired subscriptions and will all money due on subscription It was three years on 28th of last -May since the first issue of the Inde pendent appeared The editcirial management has never changed and we have worked faithfully for the up building of Cherry county and Valen tine and the furthersof the inter ests of the political party which we believe to no advocating the great principles that if enacted into laws would be most beneficial to humanity The Populist Party We have seen this party come up from almost ob- scurity until today iftbas a footing in this county that will stand for years to come And if our efforts have helped to bring about this result we feel sat isfied ...

Publication Title: Cherry County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cherry County independent — 2 April 1896

Cherrg Gountg Independent VALENTINE NEBRASKA We are forced to admit tnat compell ing that St Paul man to pay 3500 for 2000 kisses smacks of extortion Barnums chimpanzee has learned to smoke cigarettes And yet she has been supposed to be a fairly intelligent monkey Johanna Barnums chimpanzee has been taught to smoke cigarettes But that isnt very remarkable many of the lower animals do it It wil cost over 13000000 to buy new sites for the schoolless children of New York But even at this ligure schools are cheaper than jails Asses and mules are more numerous than any other species of domestic ani mals in Spain Some of them are able to bray in Spanish and throw stones A Missouri firm has contracted to supply 500 mules to the British War Department But isnt it treasonable to supply the enemy with instruments of destruction It is said that PattI has refused an offer of 200000 for forty concerts in this country That matchless voice seems to be going higher or coming higher every year A Buf...

Publication Title: Cherry County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cherry County independent — 2 April 1896

h I H i a distinguished gather ing of representative citizens of Hie State bearing its name the battleship Iowa the best fighter in this or any other navy was launched at Cramps shipyard in Philadelphia Saturday A fair daughter of the llawkeye State Miss Mary Lord Drake christened the vessel while the rest of the honors were borne by her father Gov F M Drake Miss Drake is a typical Iowa girl and a young lady of grace and dignity Since the GOV F M DRAKE tion of her father to me office of Gov ernor she has occupied the position of first lady of the State in a manner that has gained for her the esteem of all who have met her Nearly 300 persons- attended from Washington The party included Vice MISS MARY LORD DRAKE - the fireboxes lifting and lowering the ships boats heating and drying every nook and cranny of the hull illuminating thousands of electric lamps and the great searchlights as well freezing tons of ice for daily use of the crew pump ing cold air into the firerooms where the s...

Publication Title: Cherry County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cherry County independent — 2 April 1896

Ciierrg Countij Independent VALENTINE NEBRASKA FIRED ON BY SPANISH AMERICAN SCHOONER BOARDED AND SEARCHED Brutal Murder Near Tallmadge Ohio of Man and Wife and Probahly Fa tal Injury of Two Daughters and Hired Man Kidnappers Fail Fired on By Spanish A special to the New York World from Kingston Jamaica says The American schooner William Todd of Calais Me has arrived here from Mobile Ala and reports that she was fired upon and boarded and searched by a Spanish gun boat six miles south of the Island of Pines The first intimation that the Todd had that she was to be interfered with was a shot across her bows Upon this she promptly displayed her American colors and kept on her way assuming that that was sufficient but when three more shots followed in quick succession she hove to as quickly as possible A boat then put off from the Spaniard and she was soon alongside the American schooner A Spanish officer with a file of marines came aboard and announced his purpose of searching the scho...

Publication Title: Cherry County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Cherry County independent — 2 April 1896

r r i 9 y Where Chrysanthemum Are Eaton Iu Japan the flowers of chrysanthe munis constitute a popular dish Dur ing the months of November nnd De cember bunches of them washed and carefully displayed may be seen in the stores of all the dealers in vegetables Almost all the varieties are edible strictly speaking but those to which preference is usually given have deep yellow flower heads Value of Our Farm Property Secretary Morion iu his annual re port figures that the farm property of the United States is worth 913000000 000 there being 4504041 farms aver aging in value S2009 I Wi fit HfQ La a til v7 S2a a a H jy Anxiously watch declining health of their daughters So many are cut off by consumption in early years that there is real cause for anxiety In the early stages when not beyond the reach of medicine Hoods Sarsaparilla will restore the quality and quantity of the blood and thus give good health Read the following letter It is but just to write about my daugh ter Cora aged 19 Sh...

Publication Title: Cherry County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Cherry County independent — 2 April 1896

I i iyv t lli rx 1 Sir f 1 ft rjw One Column per monlJi cards ED Sooiotios MENS SnCfAL F a E - m 1 P 800 100 Entered at 1 he rost olllcc atVlentine Cherry county Nebraska as Secoud ciass matter - X ever Wednesday evening at the ence of Mrs Helen Horn noy CLUB Meets I VJHAUlES 1J UOOK Ch aries H WeliiFokd Secretary BOLL TRIBE No 22 SETTING lMfKOVKD OltDEll OF REDMEN Meets every second and fourth Saturday of each month Members of the order in good etanding are cordially and fraternally invited to attend C II THOMPSON Sachem T n WTfJCTVS nfTinnnrrti Minnekadnsa Lodee No 192 A F A Sullivan PROFESSIONAL AMD BUSINESS CARDS T O DWYEE JPhysicidh and Burgeon OtTice at C R Watsons Drug Store Trompt attention given to all professional calls Valextie - - - Nebraska Teachers Bsanaiiaatioii The regular monthly Teachers Examination will be held the third Saturday of each month Tat my office in the Court House LILLIAN STONER Supt of Schools W3 CLARKE Attorney-at-Law Allkiuds of legal business promp...

Publication Title: Cherry County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
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