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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 18 November 1897

U I I tsifBoza l i i - rzrrz ffo fahniim etqpcritt BOBERT GOOD Editor and Prop VALENTINE - NEBRASKA Ocean greyhounds can always be dis tinguished by having few of tjie cbar icteristics of ordinary barks Sir Edwin Arnold has seen the Light f Asia and has married her Other risitors to Asia will be disappointed Emperor William seems to have jretty well used up the merman consti jution and Is now running things on the Dy laws How many statesmen start to climb pie ladder of fame direct and the first lhlng shift it to merely get on the fence A Boston woman who died recently aad more than 24000 stowed away in ler bustle Pretty good financial back ing for a woman A Boston typewriter wi e advertises or a position says that she is neither 9retty nor frivolous Probably that is vhy she is advertising A New York wedding guest who in ilsted on kissing the bride the other night was shot by the bridegroom But he was half shot at the outset Corn has been suggested as a na tional floral emblem but un...

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 — 18 November 1897

Vf - - h 3 r V i jLjfcy wjj 1 1 BRYANS QUESTIONS Ik 1S9G the Republican parly prom ised to promote international bimetal lism and Mr McKiuley in his letter of acceptance pledged himself to carry out that promise If the gold standard has been a benefit to the United States why should the Republican party try 10 abaudon it and substitute the double standard by international agreement As soon as Mr McKinley was elected Jie asked Congress for authority to ap Moint a commission to visit Europe and secure the aid of the leading commer cial nations of Europe in abandoning he gold standard If the gold stand ard is a blessing why did Mr McKin iy send a commission to Europe to get rid of it A Republican Congress by an almost unanimous vote appropriated 100000 io pay the expenses of the monetary -commission If the gold standard is the standard of civilization why did The Republican parly spend 100000 in Iryiujfto get rid of it The French government expressed a willingness to restore bimetallis...

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 — 18 November 1897

rTdr THIS WIDE WORLD INTELLIGENCE FROM AL PARTS GERMANS USE EORCE CHINA MUST SETTLE FOR MIS SIONARY OUTRAGES Marines Uanded in the Southern Part of China With a View of Forcing the Government to Sat isfy Their Demands German Marines Land A Berlin dispatch Monday afternoon pays The sailors and marines belonging to the German cruiser Division off the coast of China have mado a landing in force at Kiacon Bay the nearest port to jTang Chu Fu in the southern part of the Chinese province of Shan Tun where German missionaries were recently mur dered -with the view of forcing the gov ernment of China to completely satisfy the demands of Germany SAVES HIS NECK FROM THE AX Quadruplets and Twins Cause a Tex as Nasby to Be Retained PostmrsUr E T Page of Bed water Texas wilt be retained by this adminis 4ra1ion Eleven years agolfe was given ktio postofflce but when Gen Clarlrson became assistant postmaster general au -effort was made to replace the postmaster with a candidate of the republican pa...

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 — 18 November 1897

K - h M u v tfN L V jA llctfitt Bros 0 Brownlee Neb Stabler left site BetMB same oz Mit shoulder I Earmark Swal low tall clip right -or left ear Range Big Creek juerriinan Neb John H Hainan ii I SRa I J Rosebud S D Horses P Cattle hole in each car Range Big and JXD J Brownlee Neb Also and AE bQ m Horses on left shoulder Hange Goose Creek and Ivorth Loup Marshall Wolf en den Kenned Neb Some s on the left liin Horses 5 on left shoulder Brand is small Earmark Quarter clip behind half cir cle forward on leit ear Itange Lone Tree Lake v H Louis JF Richards zoj Meirimau Neb Charles Richards ll a Lft W R Kissel Brownlee Neb Also some below left hip Also right hip Range Kissels Ranch Thomas Farren Eosebud S D ID 1183 either left side or hip nF on left shoulder Range head ot Antelope CF J Wheeler Bros ea I Cody Neb Range on the Snake River and Chamber lain flat Louis J Richards Merrlman Neb 7 E 8 Charles fl Faulhaber Paul Didier Little White Rivers Brownlee Nebr Either right or left side on ...

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 — 18 November 1897

u HI Hi m r ic TggMBaififfffiriiif Chicago Youngster Six Weeks Old Who Weighs Only Two Pounds Mary Pollock daughter of Mr and Mrs William Pollock residing at 1G7 Clybourn avenue celebrated the sixth week of her advent into the world on Friday by drinking a pint of milk and crying for more Miss Mary is the tin- Plll worlds smallest baby iest healthy infant that lives in this country A few hours after her birth she was weighed and the scales bal anced at one pound and three ounces The attending physician told her par ents that there was absolutely no chance of saving the child But in spite of this Miss Mary lived on and has grown from day to day On Friday she weighed two pounds and cried as though her lungs were two pounds strong She is being as carefully nursed as human skill can devise Every one of her features is particularly well developed A more beautiful specimen of physical babyhood would be hard to find But she does look so little Her fingers are of the size of a goose quill a...

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 — 18 November 1897

X - - I W y rA U si Valnnble Franchise Sccnrecr Tho franchise of easy digestion one of the anost valuable In the gift of medical science can be secured by any person wise enough to use Hostetters Stomach Bitters either to suppress growing1 dyspepsia or tb uproot it at maturity Bilious rheumatic and fever and ague sufferers persons troubled with nervousness aud the constipated should also secure the health franchise by the same menus In Philadelphia The Resident Burglar Im afraid we wont have time to get through this job to night His Visiting Collaborateur Why not It is nearly half past 9 oclock and the folks havent gone to bed yet Puck Km bossed in Gold The Companions Souvenir Calendar for 1898 a series of charming figure pieces faithfully copied in colors and embossed in gold is recognized everywhere as a most charming piece of color work Ev ery jiow subscriber receives it without ad ditional charge Moreover the paper is eent free to new subscribers every week from the time the sub...

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 — 18 November 1897

it i 1 i Ml lL tf iKi J I 8 M iTlin If 1 I HrfBl M m 0K j m mt YALtNHNt UtffiUUKA -in BOBERT GOOD Editor and Publisher Official Paper of Cherry Conn ty dtebruskst L00 ier 9eur in Advtince rUBLtSBED EVERY THURSDAY Entered atf tue Post offlcwit Valentine Chen -County Nebraska as Secoad class matter Thisjpaper will to mailed regularly to its siibscribers zntil adeOnitcorder todiaseotinue is received and -all ar rears r paid in fell ii vert3ing Yates 50 cents per inch erdnth per coltfrim or for i6nIme nds made knowif ou appli cation to this ortice CHANGE THE LjW One feature m connection with the keeping of the ballots under the pres jttt law which commends itself to con- Btants is the ease with wfcich a don test case caube won by sa re count provided the eontestor andone having 1 fa8 care and custody of the ballots are modern reformers For instance - tit the clerk of his county was a f usion Jist and incline to be none too honest Paul itffclson could instigate a contest against AggGAxen...

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 — 25 November 1897

Rf r It - k A k yx THE ii it VOL XII SOCIETIES Masonic A M At Ancient inset la regular Minnechaduza LodreNo 1M Free and Accepted llsont j invited jto attend our mertinjs J T Kjsblkv Secretary Workmen communication Saturday ereuiHtea or before the full moon In eack caqnt Members of the order In good and reg ular standing are cordially aud fraternally lii Tited to attend W T KiNCiil W M WW Thompsox Becy Eastern Star Q 18 Northern Star Chapter Ifo W Order of the Eastern Star meets ou tLe pMndand fourth Tuesday evenings of each uaonth at Hornbys nail W W Thomphok SxxaLYkast Secretary Worthy Matron Odd FeMmt TTOOF Valentine Lodft No SOS oTw Hhjt NORTH NEBRASKA j senaeot tiwer of uaa ever Allows meets Thnr5day evmlnic Visiting brothers cordial K JUAVKNrORT Noble Grand Master Workman Decree of Honor Df H Valentine Lodge No Degree Honor holds regular meetings first third Wednesday evenings of each mntth J C Fjcttijohx Bceoraer of ana LHjUAH U 8TOXKR Chief of lienor Protection SJk D of P Val...

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 — 25 November 1897

Ml fcmanjM mm xnnt1 IP fakntine enjacrHt ROBERT GOOD Editor and Prop VALENTINE - NEBRASKA Death has all seasons for his own but the foot ball season is undeniably one of his favorites Those who rudely broke their home connections to go to Klondike aro forming other ties up there Theyve legun lynching each other Judging from recent statistics ap pendicitis seems to be growing into an epidemic in the United States that sug gests the idea of a quarantine against the disease A literary critic says that Kiplings poetry is the only modern literary work which shows the results of in spiration Well a dollar a word is enough inspiration to produce quite an effort The latest rules of the postoffiee de partment require employes to use the utmost civility in all their dealings with the public Civil service will leave no room for a demand for civil service reform A writer an -a sporting contemporary Bays that the Laplanders when on ekates think nothing of covering 150 miles a day The -average ma...

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 — 25 November 1897

t X j K H v- 7 B FJ r k 4 7 I m r Jsasi an is seventy two years since the first IT in the world was opened to the public for general traffic The Stockton and Darlington line of England fregan operations Sept 27 1825 with about twentj one miles of singie track ffo day there are over 375000 miles of railways intercrossing the earth In the kTJnited States alone there are 180955 miles of tracks more than enough to gir dle the globe fourteen times with single rails while the combined railway systems of the world would be sufficient to open a ftrunk line between the earth and the moon with over 335000 miles to spare for branch lines and sidetracks The total mileage of the United States is nearly equal to that of all the other countries put together Illinois with over 10000 miles of tracks leads all the other States y GEORGE STEPIIENSOX Pennsylvania ranking next with over 5000 New York State has nearly 8000 The District of Columbia closes the list with thirty miles The first rail of the St...

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 — 25 November 1897

Jar 1 e f It if I I I HI 4 I t 11 i t It IjniMidV i I IUJMJ ELECTRIC FLASHES NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF j TH WORLD OMAHA POLICE ACTIVE FRUSTRATE A PLOT TO HOLD UP A TRAIN Arrest Five Bandits While on Their Way to the Scene Where the Rob bery Was to Come Off Officials Get All of the Gang Train Robbery Spoiled The plans of five well armed and fully tquipped train robbers were frustrated in in attempt to hold up No 2 passenger train on the Missouri Pacific road near Summit a point about a mile distant from South Omaha Neb Sunday night Chief Brennan of Omaha received a tip that an effort would be made to waylay Ihe Kansas City and St Louis express and that the robbers were at that time in a Railroad Avenue saloon north of N Street preparatory to embarking on the expedition Hurriedly calling his entire night force together the chief repaired to the saloon with Patrolman Gary Sheehan and Pe ters There he found the quintette of train robbers had just left the saloon in the direction of the rai...

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 — 25 November 1897

ft - V v V v - PO flrownlee Neb Bigot or Jettsidt HorsM same ofa jivib ouuuiucr t Ennnark Jow tall clip right r left ear Ilange Big Creek 7b i SHHaEEnOIB Louis F Richards Rosebud S D OnJeft side Horses branded same on left hip or haulder - - Range on Horse 4 Creek V mp w 31- Thomas Farren Rosebud S D ID 1183 either left -side or hip STorses F on left M SUUUlUCi Range head of VtTtntelope IT m - flHfe 1J 1 ill John H Harnan Brownlce Neb Also and S Metriman Neb Charles Richards Jaierrlman Neb John DeCory RosebudjS D TdXDJ 1 aaaaaHflSaW JB Mtsa r iti bo Horses on left shoulder Ilange Goose Creek ami North Louy Marshall Wolfenden Kennedy Neb Some a on the left Horses K on left shoulder Brand is small Earmark Quarter clip behind half cir cle forward on left ear Range Lone Treo lake fa lai - 1I W R Kissel P J Vm IT Brownlee Neb Also some below lelt hi Also to right hip Range Kissels Ranch JMtftfctW iti Wheeler Bros l I v fc -I EOS ft r ra Cody Neb Range on the Snake River and Chamber Iain ...

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 — 25 November 1897

n M i IK 1 1 f r THANKSGIVING DAT ITS ORIGIN AMONG THE PIL GRIMS AT PLYMOUTH Great American Feast Day Is the Sunday of Our National Year-Significance of the Fall Festival Senti ment Is a Far Descended One Joy Instead of Penance HIS year hath been a sorry time said a hoary head ed pilgrim The hand of Provi dence hath been heavy upon us and methinks it were indeed well to in stitute a day of fasting in expia tion of tilt evil that hath caused this visi tation of the Lord It was Plymouth on one dark and rainy night in the month of October 1G21 when this remark was made to representatives of the surviving pilgrims gathered at the house of one of their number for the ex press purpose of considering the appoint ment of ti day of penance for the remis sion of the tins which had been produc tive of their hard fate Aye a sorry time in truth echoed another his white bequeued head rising above the little audience as the others disappeared in it for of the more than five score of us who disemba...

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 — 25 November 1897

J f v fs V t f - t i J i r U A IPC Vegetable I lriLew tj Sicilian HAIR RENEWER Drives off old ape restores lost color to the hair ebves it the richness and gloss of vouth n T rT It ncss ino oanorurr Japanese Object to the Trolley The promoters of the proposed trol ley road in Japan are meeting with considerable opposition from the pop ulation and particularly the coolies jinrikisha men and kago bearers -who object to the abandonment of their primitive methods of transportation Sew Route to Health Little fragrant palatable tablets in a dainty enameled metal box just right for the vest pocket or the ladys purse On the tablets are stamped the letters U O C Cascarets Candy Cathartic Eit one like candy and the little tablet at once purifies and regulates the whole di gestive canal It destroys disease germs In the mouth and throat stops souring cf undigested food in the stomach stirs up the liver and tones and strengthens he bowels making them act healthily an l naturally They are well an...

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 — 25 November 1897

f i t i i V t I V i I J i 1 i i THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT tSOBEBT GOOD Eiitor and hbliikir McUapftfftfClf fl00 JPer Yemr in MUmne TUBLlMKDfiVimT THCfeSDAl Entered at Ct PMtoUce at Vatartlne Cherry cooat7XftnilCA 48eeon clis matter Tbii paper will be muled regularly to iti subscribers until a definite order Co discontinue is recelrtA and all r jrears an paid In full Adverting fates 50 cents per inch per month Rates per column or for long time ads made known on appli cation to this -office iJffs journey ir tiresome that a man is generally out ot breath when he teaches the end of it - V- wv Benator Carter of Montana proposes - to abolish small bills 4nes twosnd fives iu order to create a demand for silver That is one way out of the -difficulty r Hannasayshe saved Senator For- akir from going to jail and as one good turn deserves another Senator Foraker will now save Hanna from go- irigio the Senate Wahoo Democrat Six Mohammedans wre recently re-fused admission to this countrybe cause they...

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 — 2 December 1897

A rnrxiT VOL XII OWMOREt -WATCHMAKER - AlfD - JEWELEB dino line of plain and fancy jew dry constantly on hand Repairing promptly executed and done in Iho best manner Pull line of sporting goods C HL SAGESEB V TONSORIAL ARTST Hair cutting and shaving Shop in the V II Moses building HOT AND COLD BATHS THE ELKHORN RAILROAD Line7 is to beet to and from the SUGAR BEET FIELD F NORTH NEBRASKA THIS AND THAT Com in a Event cBouttiorn Teachers Simeon Dec 4 Kniscopal Entertainment JVc 10 Teachers Association Dec 11 Drc iS Christmas is coming Wait for it John Steinbiecher was in town from Georgia Monday Archie Pettycrew is spending a few days athomn this week Walter Mdsely spent Saturday and Sunday at Ainsworth Davenport Thacher received a nice lot of apples this week Work on the second story of the Sparks building will begin iu a few days The cold weather of last week stop ped work on the school house Friday and Saturday J A Fike has been in Newport and vOmaha this week looking after his hay b...

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 — 2 December 1897

u HA BT e- r w I 5 il ill tflft F atti v U u r I f SI u i It 1 1 H r c h I i 1 1 i l t II h s L M i ll i J 5 J f1 jM Uf S i n i9HHWMHP3 it jfknHm Hmoirai ROBERT GOOD Editor and Prop VALENTINE - NEBRASKA As to forest fires theres nai a burn ed down trunk left behind that isnt stump speaker arguing for nrlxr days Let trouble do all the traveling No body should meet it half way This would be like intentionally coming to grief Who is the most self confident person In the land The one who puts a stamp on an envelope before writing the ad dress Japans wsvr vessels great and small are to cost fifty million dollars and it will require vast sums to keep them in commission Foot ball doesnt generate any last ing ill feeling though in a scrimmage It would seem as if the players were down on each other No less than thirty -lighthouses in this country are attended by women but these are only a small part of the women who do light house keeping Maybe some of our -warships have a playful way of sin...

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 — 2 December 1897

S H tf E 1 THE SILVER REPUBLICANS The failure of the Wolcott and its dismissal by Lord Salis bury have aroused the silver and we have two loud and em phatic bugle blasts from their leaders Calling them to action The result of the Nebraska State election too in which the votes of these factiouists were added to tliose of the Democrats and Populists and turned the scale against the administration forces comes to testify to their determination and resolution So soon as the report of the Wolcott commissioners shall have been made public the schism in -the Republican ranks will become ac tive and President McKinley distract ed as he will be by the reproaches of partjr associates by the demands of the Gage National Pank party and by the progress of the bimetallic cause in ev ery section of the Union is probably destined to pass through as stormy a period as any President lias hitherto seen Senator Chandler of New Hamp shire who is the only New England Republican who advocates bimetal lism...

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 — 2 December 1897

h i 1 I Hi h K ftl y hi I- n H h A ci tf4 r 1 lliiiftMilmiiJHi 11- infirm - i Siih t n - 4 IB WORLD OYER UTEST NEWS FROM EVERY LAND COAST TOWNS SUFFER GREAT GALE SWEEPS ENGLISH SHORES SUNDAY Amounts to Almost a Cyclone Many Ships Founder Scores of Bodies Are Washed Ashore Sea Walls Washed Away Swept by a Storm The gale which swept the English coasts Sunday raged all night when it amounted almost to a cyclone iu many places ac companied by snow and hail A long list of fatalities wrecks and damage to prop erty has already been reported All the coast towns have suffered and a score of bodies have been washed ashore while falling walls and flying debris have added to the loss of life Vessels are reported ashore on every part of the coa3t and many ships are known to have found ered with probable loss of all hands At Xiowestoft Larmouth and elsewhere the sea has flooded the quays doing much damage The sea wall at Scarborough lias been washed away and passenger and mail service across the ...

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 — 2 December 1897

IK L McNitt Bros 3P O Brownlee Neb Right or left sld -Bones same on i Iwt shoulder J Earmark Swal 1ow tall clip Tight r left ear Eange Big Creek if VL A Kennedy Neb Some s on the left hn Horses on left shoulder ISraiul is smalt Earmark Quarter clip behind half cir cle forward on left ear Range Lone Tree Lake - 4Hi John H Ham an - ilia sl fcBgntfirrTSfflafl fotjtjl WHAlgtM Mil I flfc Rosebud S D Horses D Cattle hole lu each ear Range Bj and Little White Rivers Brownlee Neb Also and AE bo m Horses on left shoulder IJange Goose Creek and rth Louy Marshall Wblfenden ra V Louis F Richard fjfTI Meiriman Neb Charles Richard Mcrrimaii Neb jccrJ W R Kissel Brownlee Neb Also some below lelt hii Also a right hip Range Kissels Rancii Thomas Farren Rosebud S D ID 1183 -either left sidesor hip WnrpqF on left Horses sioulller Range head of Antelope f OF J Wheeler Bros t 7si I Cody Neb Range on tlie Snake River and Chamber lain Hat Louis J Richards Merrlman Neb ll1 Charles H Faulhaber ii 5SR5r hE8P...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
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