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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 28 October 1897

BB9HBHiaamnHaKamaam rr y3L rr ri - - r c szr 355 r W -T gPBW The Chicory Industry -The chicory industry is becoming quite important in Nebraska The roots can be grown on any soil suitable for sugar beets In fact the two crops require much the same treatment up to the time the roots arc taken to the i 1 If ml - 2fc i - FACTORY AT OKEIII lory The preparation of chicory as a substitute for coffee calls for the slicing Sand drying of the roots to be followed by roasting and later granulation or grinding according to tne demands of the trade There are about half a factories for the final preparation of the root in Nebraska the one at ONeill be ing shown in the engraving Points on Breeding A man should breed with some defi nite purpose in view should have an Ideal in his mind and constantly work toward it Having grade Jersey now in what respect is a change desired The Guernseys and Jerseys are very similar in most important particulars Neither breed is noted for giving extra large amounts...

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 — 28 October 1897

-X ir k MES PETERSONS STORY I liave suffered wilh vorob trouble fe ovgr ft teen years I had inflammation enlargement and displacement of the j womb t jrThe doctor wanted mo to take treat ments but I had just begun taking JlrsPinlrhams Compound and my husband said I had better wait and see how much good that would do me I was so sick when I began with her medicine I could hardly be on my feet I had the backache con i PTSKTTTTirSfHCaiHHS aw aaaLaiiiiiiBiiflr W j4adBsV9aD ir ni stantly also headache and was so dizzy I had heart trouble it seemed as though my heart was in my throat at times choking me I could not walk around and I could not lie down for then my heart would beat so fast I would feel as though I was smothering I had to sit up in bed nights in order to breathe I was so weak I could not do anything I have now taken several bottles of Lydia E Piukhams Vegetable Com pound and used three packages of Sanative Wash and can say 1 am perfectly cured I do not think I could have liv...

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 — 28 October 1897

v3rri3ZTg2Ks v- tJ I mitygF icket j Clerk lW SiSSessacggagagLt ttfteiitll per f Cherry Ctam lQO Jer Jkretrr in Advance E PUBLlSHEDEVEEY THURSDAT Entered at the Post office at Valentine Cherry ouaty Neurotica asecond rlsssficatteT - ThiB paper will be mailed regularly to its subseribersttmtil a defiiiiteprder discontinue is received and all rears are paifiiin full Ad7ernirigrates 50 cents per inch perrnonth Hates per celumnor for long time add made known ou appli 1 cation to this office Demectatlc Ticket ForSupreiae Judge For Beitnraite Cntrerslty 1 KFORRELL SKIHQK F KENUWER AJIstzger Treaaurec W G Ballard t Sheriff Jas Childers Supefijrtesdent L U Stoner Judge TT R Towne Coroner Dr B wyer Surveyor- Estarook Commisioijer J A Adamson Our citncUdateuOT -surveyor Jos S Istabrook Lavcaihas been res ident of thla county since 1885 and 2um been aavirveyor for the last 25 years F crix years foe was deputy atirteyor of Sullivan county Inddana and could have been surveyor -had he stayed in th...

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 — 4 November 1897

r m V W 4- J VOL XII THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT GOOD Editor Tid Publisher Ofticial Paper of Cerry Coun ty Sebreka -200 Per Fer i Advance PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY Entered at I ho Post office -at Valentine Cherry county Nebraska as SecOEfirClass matter This paper will be mailed regularly to its subscribers untiVa definite order to discontinue is received and all ar rears are paid in full POSTOFF1CE Postmaster D E Sherman Ofllce hours from 7 a m to 7 p m Mail east and west closes at 830 p m ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS Bosebud Depatrs daily except Sun day at 8 a m Arrives at 5 p m Port Niobrara Departs daily at 7 a m and 5 p m Arrives at 930 a rn and 730 p m Simeon Oasis Kennedy Brownlee Thedlbrd Chesterfield Pass and New tonDeparts Mondays Wednesdavs and Fridays at 7 a m Arrives Tues days Thursdays and Saturdays at 7 p m Sparks Departs Tuesdays Thurs- days and Saturdays at 8 a m Arrives Mondays Wednesdays and Saturdays at 6 p m McGann and Biege Departs Tues days and Saturdays at 8 a m A...

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 — 4 November 1897

I1 I I u ht fakntim tnQttnt HOliEIiT GOOD Editor and Prop VALENTINE - NEBRASKA Four thousand united states pension ers now live in foreign countries They -draw 600000 annually A New York exchange reports the case of a man who was stabbed In the Tenderloin No miss steak about that A new species of white birds with long slender legs has been discovered by gunners in New Jersey Can they be albino mosquitoes The man who made 10000000 out of cigarettes is finally going to join the army that his cigarettes have sent head of him to the house boat on the Styx Mrs Ella Wheeler Wilcox writes en tertainingly on the subject Are Amer ican Husbands Henpecked Of course they are but Mrs Wilcox should not row over it The heir presumptive of the throne of Austria Hungary lias wedded a do mestic It is more than likely that in this mesalliance the domestic has the worst of the bargain In Pennsylvania the other day a poet committed suicide because he was hun gry If that were a valid excuse for elf destr...

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 — 4 November 1897

i J y - mO m you ever make the trip in a DID steamer plying between St Louis and New Orleans The height of the season of 1S97 has seen the usual pilgrimage of tourists and the belles and beaux of many a river town have crowded the decks and staterooms of the soft moving boats that float out from some city wharf and drp anchor only after many days THE CAPTAIN 1250 miles away At the very outset It Is interesting to watch the rousta bouts tumbling over each other in the haste engendered by the hoarse voice of the mate loading merchandise found for Southern ports They are a eurions study these roustabouts with their half clad powerful figures their song song cry of heave he ho o their jog tvt shamble and the reckless abandon with which their work is done They have no cares If they have any niiibi1fn it is to get the big steamer out of port lie lazily on the lower deeks or play craps or sit and watch 1e wkite foam of the river as the boat pfcmges forward on its way When the last barrel b...

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 — 4 November 1897

I Hi u a A A i y II t AROMD THE EARTH OCCURRENCES THEREIN FOR A WEEK UNION PACIFIC SOLD AUCTIONED OFF IN OMAHA MONDAY MORNING Reorganization Committee the Only Bidder Secures It for 857564 023 Master in Chancery Cornish Acts as Auctioneer Other Itemsi Great Railroad Sold The Union Pacific road proper includ ing buildings and all that goes to operate Sic system was on Monday morning sold In Omaha Neb to the reorganization committee for a total of 53528523 This does not include the sinking fund in the hands of the government amounting to 4036400 making the total paid for the property 57564923 There wore no other bidders Just one minute after 11 oclock the time fixed for the sale Master in Chancery Cornish stepped to the entrance of the -freight house and prepared to make the sale There was n crowd of 500 present to witness the proceedings Cornish after taking his place displayed a paper which proved to be the notice of sale and proceeded to lead it Cornish next read a protest from Man...

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 — 4 November 1897

tv l v X- Mc2f itt Bros J O Brownlee Neb Ilightorleftsida Horses same on icit shoulder J Earmark Swal low tall clip right or left car Jiange Big frock Horses jq on left shoulder Rniml is small Earmark Quarter clip behind half cir cle forward on lelt ear Itange Lone True Lake Rosebud S D On left side Horses branded same on left bip or snwilder Range on Horse Creek JKVf I on f 111 jflSviMl John H Harimn Til - -- IS I lira ll i ri5 Rosebud S D Horses Cattle bole in each ear Banco Big ana ittle White Rlvei Brownlee Neb Also and AE b6 Paul Didier ers Horses on left shoulder Jtangc Goose Creek and iSorth Louo Marshall ifc Wblfenden Kennedy Nob Some a on the left kin 1 JJfl Louis F Richards v - W PI 1 la y t I Meirimau Neb Charles Richards JieiriiiKUi Xeb ccrJ TV R Kissel fiZj Brownlee Neb Also some below lelt bin Also m right hip Range Kissels Hunch Thomas Farren liosebud S D ID 11S3 either left side or hip F on left Horses suouMcr Eange head of Antelope Mnjy llFr mi Wheeler Bros cxy ia 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 — 4 November 1897

K I VI 1 J u ii ii Ed I I JM vm 1 1 IM i 1 I I jffil i JttI vt liii I 1 ffiffisassffigfflSBSsfflffiffis THE GOVERNORS TRAGEDY HHii ttti ta iiy 6 the Governor rode past my A grandmothers house on the spring morning when he left the Stale forever he -wore his uniform and carried the sword with which he after wards led the charge at San Jacinto He was a tall man broad shouldered and well knit with a certain graceful stateliness which though he had it by nature he had not left uncultivated It Was held iu those days to be a mark of the person of quality and from the time when as a boy of 10 he had lain on the puncheon floor of his fathers cabin spelling out Popes Iliad by th tight of a pine knot the Governor had always felt himself a person of quality My grandmother was on the porch as he passed and he bowed low to her reremoniously doffing his hat as he al ways did to ladies It was the last time she ever saw him and though she had been his wannest friend he kept his awn counsel with her...

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 — 4 November 1897

V fc UL j n u rK Catarrh in the Head Suffered With It for Five Years but Hoods Sarsaparilla Cured I had catarrh in my head and suffered with it for five years I -was also troubled with weakness I have taken Hoods Sar Baparilla and it entirely cured the catarrh built up my system and did me a great deal of good W E MELLOW AY Co lumbia Missouri Remember Hoods Sarsaparilla Is the best In fact the One True Blood Purifier Hoods Pills euro sick headache 25c A Fatal Interruption Pruyn Did you ever really know a fnan to be cured of a disease by a pat ent medicine Fields Well I cant ezactly say s 1 ever did I knowed one man t take it repelar fourteen years an et inought o cured him but jess then th goldurned patent expired Howi This Wo oiler Ono Hundred Dollars Rownrd for Any cue of catarrh that cannot be cured by taking Halls Catarrh Cura F J CHENEY CO Props Toledo O We the undersigned have known P J Cheney for the last fifteen years aud believe him per fectly honorable in nil business tran...

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 — 4 November 1897

I u it t ill K I - t t i t i 1 ts M it ssseis3ag3Sfipiia 1W STILLjN DOUBT Republicans and Democrats Alike j laim the Buckeye State OFFICIAL COUNT TO DECIDE STorA Complete Beturas Complicate tlite JBnult 3Iuch IlL 1oeIing KngentkVed by the Cl otfewert of the Vote wl I Crr f Fitod Is Raised Columbus 3FW 8 The retfaltof the election ijaOhio w still in doabfc With snore complete -returns today than were xbtainabij last eight it is evident that it vrill require- he official count to sat isfy the contestants Theaaoro the re pective parties figure on ttheir Returns the smaller their pluralitaes seein to be come sRrhiloheir claims increase in op posite directions The closeness of the Tote has caused intense Reeling and the UBualcrv of fraud W3ieh the result was in doubt in 1885 t was discovered that he tefcly sheets were f orged Last aigkt fch Kepublicans telegraphed to t - ttiTsirerTy all their xjonnty committees to beware of the frauds of 1885 and when the Re publicans were claiming 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 — 11 November 1897

rs tV rvri 1 r I -- S Of r v ivjjv jr IS - i f j J 5 r 1 sw Lw Ia -A a- THE VOL XII OFFICIAL DIRECTORY statp Governor- tSilaS A Holcomb laeut Governor - James E Harris secretary of State TV F Porter Treasurer J N Meserve Auditor J F Cornell Cora Pufe LndBBldgsJ V Wolfe Attorney General C S Smyth Supt Mi Inatn W R Jackson JUDICIXt Supreme Court T L Norval chief justice Harrison A- M Post Fifteenth District M P Kinkaid ONeBS IV II Weatotfer KushvUie XXKD OFFICE llegister C R Glover Longpine Beoeiver J A Fifce Newport county Clerk Geo Elliott Treasurer G P Crabb Skoriff Amos Strong Superintendent Lillian TJIStoiier Attorney P M Walcott W R Towne Surveyor - Chas Tait MaxViertel Gommiif loners W A Parker P Sullivan rEEdNctf Overseers ot Highways B Hansen jfifnd Jas Ray - Constable Geo Hammond Justices of the Peace John Dunn amdJ M Camm Assescor John Sunn village Ui Village Board -E Sparks chairman CiI Cornell treasurer T C Hornby clelk P F Simons D S Ludwig Marshal and Water Commissioner...

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 — 11 November 1897

I A 1 it 52333 fakntine ettocrni XOBEKT GOOD Editor and Prop VALENTINE NEBRASKA DURRANT MUST HANG LAST HOPE OFTHE CONDEMNED MAN SHATTERED United States Supreme Court Af firms the Decision of the Circuit Court of California The Decision was Not Unexpected Theodore Durrant Will Hang The United States supreme court has affirmed the decision of the circuit court of California refusing a writ of habeas corpus to William Henry Theodore Dur rant under sentence of death for the mur der of Blanche Lamout iu San Francisco in April 1895 The news that the United States court had decided not to interfere with the ex ecution of Durrant spread quickly over San Francisco Monday and crowds read the announcement eagerly from the news paper bulletin boards The decision was not unexpected apparently only Durrant and his attorneys seemed to have any hope that he would be saved from the gallows The decision paves the way for the exe cution of five other murderers who have been sentenced to death whose ex...

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 — 11 November 1897

DEMOCRATIC VICTORIES h -A S58Si5r2iBsSJSsl Arc JSuliL t 11211 ll - l -7 - U t V s r X A survey of the results of the recent Jleetious gives reason ror great en ouragemeut upon the whole to the Democrats It may xc considered a splendid triumph for Democracy a aiagnifieent refutation of the Republi can slander that the silver sentiment is dying out In New York State and i ity there has been a tremendous re action from the vote of last year New Tork City has elected the Democratic candidate Van Wyck by a plurality of aver S0000 the State of New York has changed a plurality for McKinley of 2GS4GD to a majority of S4000 for A B Parker as Chief Judge of the Court af Appeals Fully as interesting and significant as he returns from New York a those from Ohio Even though Bushnell has won by a small plurality and the Re publicans have gained tuts Legislature oy a small majority the Democratic cadency is unmistakable Last year the Republicans had llSou joint ballot ai the Legislature against 31...

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 — 11 November 1897

I 0 Til 1 t if l t f H i i 1 s l it J awmSBGmitunmuBimi - Kwwwapww i i in RESULTS IN THREE STATES Figures Show that a Lighter Vote than Usual Was Polled Tuesday IOWA NEBRASKA AND SOUTH DAKOTA Shaw Republican Elected Governor of Iowa by 20000 to 32000 FUSION WINS IN NEBRASKA try1 South Dakota Republicans Elect Six of Eight Judges Iowa Des Moines Nov 8 Chairman McMil lan of the republican state committee has complete returns from 94 counties and lias estimated returns from the 5 remain ing counties By this means he has figur ed that the plurality forShaw republican is about 31782 He thinks that these fig ures will vary but little as the corrected returns for the five estimated counties come in The plurality may be set down at about 81000 and below 82000 Chairman Walsh of the democratic com mittee thinks that errors in the returns may reduce the plurality for Shaw lo 20 000 The senate has 50 members of which 38 are republicans and 12 populists and dem ocrats The house has 100 members o...

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 — 11 November 1897

X- W J 1 - A McNilt Bros JS Brownlee Neb Right or left side Horses same onl Iclt shoulder 5 Earmark Swal lovr tail clip right or left ear Bange Big Creek t 71 s Us j Also Thomas Farren Rosebud S D ID 1183 either left side or hip VrnrMF on left jiiorses slloulder Range head of Antelope S H Kimmel Rosebud S D Also B4U on left side Cattle undercut on both ears Horses branded 4 pn left shoulder Range on Antelope jind Spring Creeks John H Harnan Brownlee Neb Also and AE bo Horses on left shoulder Range Goose Creek and Morth Louo Marshall Wolf en den Kennedy Neb Some 5 on the left bin Horses Son left shoulder Brand is small Earmark Quarter clip behind half cir cle forward on left ear Itange Lone Tree Lake ViT7 Louis F Richards Meirimzn Neb Cliarles Richards Merriinan Neb W R Kissel Brownlee Neb Also some below lett hip m Wheeler Bros Cody Neb right hip Range Kissels Ranch Tcf J Range on the Snake River and Chamber lain flat Louis J Richards Merrlman Neb Charles H Faulhaher i SssSPT Brownl...

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 — 11 November 1897

MJS 5wasMagigJLiftaiuaittVMuwfMi Mwmwgiwniwaii 9 ta A MODERN FABLE A fable old for a modern rhyme Yako or leave as youve wish or time A uMitfec vine in a forest grew Putting out tendrils two by two She crept to the oak so tall and green And Highcd May I on thy bosom lean The voice thai quickened the soul in me Said I was only a part of thee AuI T was never alone to stand Or siuk deep roots in the motherland A creature of light of love of air Z should have no part in the rude worlds care Dul over thy breast austere and old My warmth and beauty I should enfold While lh i no to shield me from all alarms Ami daunt the storms with thy mighty arms But the 01 k replied To me it seems You tire much inclined to idle dreams Folks seem to think I can work and work Just to let you hang around and shirk Til let you love me Ill hear your song But you must hustle and help along And belittle vine replied Flltry Int her leaves drooped low she hnd to nigh t Ami deeper deeper without a moan She braced...

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 — 11 November 1897

1- r - Pis f L i A k r A HELPLESS FABMEE William Stimpson Stricken with Pa ralysis of His lKwcr Limbs Caused by Overwork Frtm the New Era Grecnsburg 2nd Many of our readers may rcanember an item in tills paper a year ago last fall which stated that Mr William Stimpson a well-to-do farmer living near llugby lad had been stricken with paralysis of the lower limbs and his recovers was doubtful The ease which was an unusually se vere and complicated one has at last been entirely cured to the utmost sur prise and joy of Mr Stimpson and his family Mr Stimpson was pleased to relate to a reporter the particulars regarding his case and his subsequent recovery A year ago last fall began Mr Stimpson I did a large amount of work My lured help left me in the middle of corn cutting and I Gnished the fall work myself doing an unusually large amount of work I put up several hundred shocks of fodder and also husked all my corn To accomplish this I had to work early nd late About the first of Decembe...

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 — 11 November 1897

timiBmmviim wwicjip iw - tiZ JJ ar tr few 1l4f I - W JHE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT OBEET GOOD Editor and Publisher JPaper of Cberry 01111- ty Xeferak jPer Year in Advance PUBLISHED ffVSBY TSURSDA Entered aMfee Postofflce at Yalestlnt Cherry eooatsvNrtrrflski ss Second class matter1 This paper will be mailed regularly to its w8Qribera until a definite order to diidciitiDue vi received and all rears ace jjjaid in full - - - - - 1 POSTMORTEM Wq11 its all overah were gladof it 6bo Politics may tjike a rest for a few months t fin the Btate the republicans were defeated in the30unty they were par- AXtWy successful They owe their tceSB to the failure of the efforts anade 1 i by democrats to secure a fusion with rtfae populists on the basis of an equit able division of the offices to be Hilled Vhat did the populists gam -by ig noring their tfriends A number of democrats expressed a belief after the conventions that the democrat convention did wrong in put ting up a ticket We confess that we i utte...

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 — 18 November 1897

I to X- 4 A v rflTT TTi VOL XII OFFICIAL DIRECTORY STATE Governor Silas A TTolcomb Lieut Governor James E Harris becretaiy of State W F Porter Treasurer J N Meserve Auditor J F Cornell Com IJnb LndsUldgs J V Wolfe Attorney General G S Smyth Pub Instn W R Jackson JUDICIAL Supreme Court T L orval chief justice Harrison A- Post Fifteenth District M P ivinkaid Oeili W IIWe8tover Kushvllie land orncE Register C 11 Glover Longpine rKeceiver J A Fike Newport COUNTY fSlerk Gen Elliott Treasurer G P Sheriff Amos Strong Superintendent Lillian TJStoner Attorney F M Walcott Judge W It Towne Survevor Chas Tait Max Viertel Commissioners W A Parker P Sullivan PRECINCT Overseers ot Highways H Hansen las Ray Constable Geo Hammond -v J ustice3 of the Peace John Dunn and J M Camm Assessor John Dunn VILLAGE Village Board E Sparks chairman C II Cornell treasurer T C Hornby clerk P F Simons D S Ludwig Marshal and Water Commissioner Henry Razey School Board F M Walcott pres ident M V Nicholson treasurer J...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
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