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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 2 December 1897

t h H i ft it r i THE AUTOGRAPH BOOK OF BLUE She gave him her book to write in Her autograph book of blue land she said Write it straight now Tommy And something nice and true Stiffly and squarely he wrote a line For his queen with the eyes of blue proudly and signed it Tommy Maggie I love you true A youth came from a college A student grave and wise He looked at the little old autograph book He looked at her true blue eyes And he scrawled with cynical smiling In the old old book of blue Of the folly of love and signed it Thomas Reginald Hugh A man came from his labors Learned in the school of years Gazed at the little blue book and dream ed And gazed as he dreamed through lears Then he looked and saw her smiling Willi tears in her eyes of blue And he wrote a nd signed it Tommy- M aggie I love you true Ladies Home Journal IN IHE WHITE - HORSE VAULTS JLrT ND Id give a years salary to lay bauds on the impu dent rogues The chief cousta ble of Wallburn was speaking t o one of his subor ...

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 — 2 December 1897

b f u w rT V i x Great Distress K Combination of Troubles Causes Much Suffering BIRD ISLAND MINN I was trou bled with my stomach Nearly everything I nto would sour and I would belch it up A t times my stomach gave me great dis iress My back was lame on account of kidney difficulty I bought sis bottles of Hoods Snrsaparilia when I had taken 1 bottles 1 was cured Norman Hickok Hoods SarsapariHa Is the best In fact the One True Mood Purifier Hoods Pills are the favorite cithartic 25c ps iff 7 lUIMMIVJLUJ MVaiTMT 0 The Best Saddle Coat TO XK Tr J flKk O- rrtrf flirrn 3SE 5 m3gfe S n e rpogs Mi isniit Keeps both rider and sirtJIe per fectly dry in the hardest storms Substitutes v III disappoint Ask for i8g7 Fish Brand Pommel Slicker it is entirely new If not for sale in your tc n write for catalogue to A J TOWER Boston Mass 111 - 1JJ I iUITMHM Slrl ra 1 - m jciaag OtS AGENTS WANTED Girls 10 to 18 years old can earn pood big pocket money easily between school hours canvassing for nice lic...

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 — 2 December 1897

m - ArtUSA - nA i v HE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT rBOBEET GOOD Editor nd Publisher Official Paper of Cherry Coij 100 JPer Fear in -Advance KJBLiaHBD EVfcE SHUBSDA Bafc7odatthePoit offlceiatValeptineOaeny county Nebraska as Socotti class matter This paper will ire mailed regularly toSta subscribers mntil a definite order to discontinue is received nd all ar rears are paid in full And Cuba iz not yet free Where fcre all chose republicans whcso loud sly denounced Cleveland for his do- nothing policy twelve and eighteen months ago The 3Tew York World has figured it out and claims that the reason EVwl York was carried by the democrats this year lays in the fact that Senator David B Hill supported the ticket Thenlt -indulges in some very pretty sentences and places the senator ri nomination for president in 1900 Speaking of Hills supposed political death it intimates that he could very sensibly make use of MaTk Twains famous telegram fReport of my death greatly exaggerated Just because Postmaster...

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 — 9 December 1897

K 1 f v JL t - -4 s tr L c TTTIP VOL XII OWMOREY WATOHKAKEE - AND - JEWELER Fine liae of plain and fancy jew etry constantly on hand Repairing promptly executed and done in the best manner Full line of sporting goods O M SAGESER TONSORIAL ARTIST Hair cutting and ahaving Shop in the W H Moses building HOT AND GOLD BATHS THE ELKHORN RAILROAD North Western Line is to best to and from the SUGAR BEET FIELD OF NORTH NEBRASKA THIS AND THAT Com ina Event Kii8copil Entcrtajument Dpc 10 Teacliors Association Dec 11 Christinas Dpc 25 V E McConville was ovar from Rosebud yesterday Mrs C S Bates returned home to Chadron Sunday evening 3 A Johnson wife and daughter of Woodlake weie in town Monday Rev J M Bates held services at the Episcopal church Sunday morning and evening Thos IF Benton ex state auditor was in town yesterday making some collections Eibert Jones drove in from Cherry Creek S D yesterday and will re turn today Where is that wood you promised to bring us We need it badly and wish y...

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 — 9 December 1897

PRESIDENTS MESSAGE CONSIDERATION OF THE MONEY QUESTION MOST PRESSING Sayn Time Is Not Opportune for the Recognition of Insurgent Forces in Cuba Urges Annexation of the Sandwich Islands Presidents Message To tho Senate and House of Representa tives It giveB me pleasure to extend greeting1 to tho Fifty fifth congress as sembled at the scat of government with many of whom as senators and repre sentatives I have been associated in the leglslitlve service Their meeting occurs under felicitous circumstances justifying sincere congratulation and calling for our grateful acknowledgment to a beneficent providence which has so signally blessed nd prospered us as a nation Peace and pood will with nil the nations of the earth continue unbroken A matter of genuine satisfaction is the growing feeling of fraternal regard and unification or all sections of our country the incompleteness of which has too long delayed the realization of the highest blessings of the union The spirit of pa triotism Is ...

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 — 9 December 1897

ir U 1- y y Tho present naval force especially in ew of Hb increase by the ships now vnder construction while not as large as that of a few other powers Is a formid able force its vesaela are tho very beat -Of each type ani with the Increase that Should be made to It from time to time In the future and careful attention to keepine it in a high state of efficiency and repair it Is well adapted to tho ne ccpsltles of the country The great Increase of the navy which has taken place in recent years was Justi fied by the requirements for national de fense and has received public approba tion The time has now arrived how ever when this increase to which the country is committed should for a time take the form of Increased facilities com mensurate with the Increase of our naval -vessels Tt Is an unfortunate fact that there is only one dock on the Pacific coast capable of docking our largest ships and -only one on the Atlantic coast and that the latter has for the last six or seven months 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 — 9 December 1897

HOBERT GOOD Editor and Prop VALENTINE - NEBRASKA f HOTOJl CAES COLLIDE COME TOGETHER ON STEEP GRADE NEAR DETROIT Three Men Killed and o Score of Persons Hurt The Cars Were Driven Half Through Each Other and Crushed to Pieces Fatal Street Car Accident Juo suburban cars carrying seme twenty passengers and running at a speed of twenty five miles an hour collided on the Detroit Mich and Oakland Electric railroad at 1 oclock Sunday afternoon The result is that three men were instantly Jcilled and a score of persons injured ten of them seriously According to the schedule a car leaves tooth Detroit and Pontiac every hour and there are three sidings along the road Sunday the cars were behind time The one bound south for Detroit passed an out Ibound car at the switch two miles from Pontiac the crew apparently being igno jant of the fact that another outbound car was approaching them less than two imiles distant although it is claimed ithat they should have known it from orders sent from Birm...

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 — 9 December 1897

V V MclSilt Bros Jj O Brownlee Neb Btgbt or left side Horses same on left shoulder Earmark low tall clip right or left ear Range Big Creek v Fil i fi HiB John H Harnan Tan CSKSBteSSwrssAfciuSSf fffj Brownlee Neb Also an g S Marshall Wolfenden Kennedy Neb Some s on the left bin Horses tZ on left shoulder Brand is small Earmark Quarter clip behind half cir cle f orward on left ear Range Lone Tree Lake o Louis F Richards rHKirrSStaS Also m William F Schmidt Rosebud 8 D On left side Horses branded same on left hip or shoulder Range on Horse Creek be Horses on left shoulder Range Goose Creek and Isortli Loup Meiriman Neb Charles Richards Hciiimaii Neb y CCR j W R Kissel Brownlee Neb Also some below left bin right hip Range Kissels Ranch Thomas Farren Rosebud S D ID 1183 either left side or hip rrorpF on left Oiorses shouller Range head of Antelope Wheeler Eros Cody Neb Range on the Snake River and Chamber lain flat Louis J Richards Merrlman Neb Charles H Faulhaber Vjt i eS3fl Qu 1 Etkaag...

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 — 9 December 1897

Zitl JlWW09Eiv - r HUNTING THE WHALE ZJECAY OF A ONCE PROFITABLE NDUSTRY ihe Old Ship Crews and Implements Km ployed in the Industry that Formerly Enriched the New England Coast Towns Perils of Whaling An Almost Forgotten Fish The city of New Bedford Mass re cently celebrated Its fiftieth anniversary as a municipality It is a typical New England city whose people with Yankee adaptiveness have replaced the whaling industry once its principal reliance with many more modern business enterprises The whaler like the Indian the cow boy and the logger is a vanishing type of America A centuiy linds him relegated from among the foremost featuies of the New England seaboard to be an almost forgotten figure The famous fortunes down East were built on a foundation of cetaceous blubber and the wheels of prosperity were lubricated with sperma ceti but when the rock farms of Penn sylvania began geyserlike to spout pe troleum the hollow roar sounded the death knell of the whaling industry The keen ...

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 December 1897

j X y jWeak Stomach Feels Perfectly Well Since Taking Hoods Sarsacarilla I have beeu troubled for over two years with a weak stomach I concluded to take Hoods Sarsaparilla After taking a few bottles I felt perfectly well and I cannot speak too highly of Iloods MRS M H WRIGHT Akron O H00d5S barilla Is the best In fact the Ono True Blood Purifier Hoods Pills are the faorite cathartic 25c Dangers to Ijlfe in India India is the only country that makes death by the attacks of serpents and wild beasts a feature of its annual sta tistics That is has good reason for doing so is shown by the impressive fig ures of last years mortality eleven hundred and thirty three deaths from 6nake bites and two hundred and ninety-one people killed by tigers and other wild animals Although India is one of the most densely populated coun tries on the globe the increase of hu man inhabitants does not have the ef fect of decreasing the number of wild beasts as it does elsewhere because the religion of the nat...

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 December 1897

i T 11 H V b jrTTiirBMmJtMi kv A Stanton business THE VALENTINE 4 v r Z 7rrr r 5 DEMOGR is at AT EOBEBT GOOD Editor and Publisher Official Paper of Cherry ty Nebraska 100 Per Year in Advance lOBLIiJHED EVERY THURSDAY Entered attbe Post offlce at Valentine Cherry county weurasica as Becona ciass 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 Adverting rates 50 cents per inch per month Itetes per column or for long time ads made known on appli cation to this office iaa - tlging that ho sells Bifiles greaily reduced prices We look for a great wave of religious enthusiasm in Stau nton this winter as a result of this movement The recent snow storm was one of the most peculiar that ever visited this section of the country For three days it showed almost continuously but no wind accompanied the snow and comparatively no drifting occur red On the Becondand third pages of this paper will be fou...

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 December 1897

VALENTINE DEMOCRAT VOL XII Wood chickens potatoes and pig nerd arc legal tender for subscription t this great moral and religious fam iv weeklv Trot em along Manv good Christian men and worn t ii will stay away from church because tjercistwo inches of snow on the ground but will wade through drifts i lure feet deep to attend a chinch supper- Anyone knowing the present address oft1 p Livelv formerlv of Norden Neb later of Florrissaut Colo will router a favor by notifying this ollce He seems to be rather lively in rjangmg his residence Judge Vralcott delivered a temper ance address at the Methodist church Mridavevening which is said to have been a good one We are not advised of the remedy the Judge proposed for t e evils of intemperance Rassett has no saloon where intoxi cating liquors can be procured and our druggist will not sell liquor to any person whom be fears will use it as a beverage vet there has been more drunkenness in Bassett during past six months than during the same len...

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 December 1897

r O ife r K i j Vb I- l B f tl lc i - J f ft - w i t U n Hn y ASHr irr rit THE VOL XII V Full line of sporting goods i C M SAGESER TQNSORIAL ARTIST Hair cuttiag and shaving Shop in th V II Mose3 building JBOT AND COLD BATHS THE ELKHOHN RAILROAD North Western Line is to best to and from the SUGAR BEET FIELD -OF NORTH NEBRASKA THIS AND THAT Coat ina Event McMillan Strong Man Dec 18 Christinas Dec 25 W D Margareidge was in town from Simeon yesterday Lots of nice things for Christmas at O W Morays jewelry store 47 J A Horn back is working for Crabb and Vincent this week J A Hitt lias been considerably un der the weather but is much better Mrsi Tilly Smith is in town this - weeksolicting orders for enlarged pictures f Frank Frush is on our streets again atteran absence of a few weeks in the sand hills J C Robinson returned from Ains worth Monday to resume work on the school house Col A M Morrissey the bright at torney of Chadron was in town on le ral -business Saturday Itev Moore returne...

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 December 1897

KOBERT GOOD Editor and Prop VALENTINE - NEBRASKA If there is one real failure passible in life It is the failure to be true to the best one knows A New York physician says he can give directions for living a hundred years Well anyone can do that The reason a woman is in no hurry to die is that she wishes to sweep into heaven after everybody else is seated Pride is never so effectually put to the Tlush as when it finds Itself con trasted with an easy but dignilied hu mility A Paris dispatch says M Sauverin was scratched in a duel fought early this morning Heavens The women have begun it now That the Prince of Wales is 5G years old of course lessens his possible period as king However hes supposed to have had a royal time as it is A Boston asylum advertises for gra tuitous contributions of perused litera ture for eleemosynary distribution The Bostonese have such a charming way of putting things New York has sent sixty women in bloomers to civilize the Klondike re gions If they reach t...

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 December 1897

t it Js - X i vf SI s be j T i r HAT PLUMES HERE are plumes and plumes on the new bats and they droop in a most picturesque manner There are gray plumes on dark blue velvet hats white plumes on delicate gray hats and black plumes on all sorts and kinds and conditions of hats It looks as if the ostriches would not have u feather to their backs this winter But they will be kept in countenance by an army of wingless birds All the iiats which do not have plumes have wings or an occasional whole bird some as big as hens The few remain ing hats plumeless and wingless are decked in plaid ribbons But plaid hat trimmings are doubtful In bright color -they cheapen almost everything on -which they appear Care of the Skin in Winter Thoughtless women to prevent chap ping put cold cream on their faces Cry night not knowing that in so doing they make it impossible to have a clear complexion If the skin has been made hard and rough by frost and wind the cream may be applied a night or two but if us...

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 December 1897

PI THE DAYS DOINGS 8UMMARY OF LATE NEWS BY WIRE INSDBGENTB CHECKED1 THEIR PLANS FRUSTRATED BY MARSHAL BLANCO Havanfc Business Concerns Much Discouraged Do Not Look For ward to a Speedy End of the Revolution Other Items Cab an Blow Not Struck The plansof the insurgents to strike a blow near Havana have been checked ac cording to the official account but the con centration of their forces is such as to make it unlikely that the insurgent bands twill surrender as the Spanish authorities have been hoping The business concerns of the city are much discouraged by the actual situation They do not now look forward to speedy end of the revolution All say that they have abandoned the hope thafcthe insur gents will surrender or accept the condi tions of autonomy LABOR MAKES A PROTEST Unions Do Not Want Paxson ou Commerce Commission The United Labor League at a meeting in Philadelphia Sunday passed a resolution authorizing the officers of the league to send a protest to President McKinley again...

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 December 1897

j VJ to 8 0 v fc X L J V v McNitt Bros fl0 Brownlee Neb Right or left Blda Horses same on Selt shoulder Earmark Swal low tall clip right or left ear Bange Big Creek ID 1183 either left Side or hip wnrcpoF on left fBorses - shoulder Range head of Antelope 7 13 Ifrfl lli Bra Mpfct John H Harnan 7 I VllBkEaKaMnftSiEV W JXD J msri ffl -a i gf -a-V Brownlee Neb Also and AE a Horses on left shoulder llange Gooso Creek awl North Loup Marshall VVolfenden Kennedy Np1 Some s on tlio left bin Horses s on left shoulder ftniml ts small Earmark Quarter clip behind half cir cle forward on ltit ear liauge Lone Tiee Lake fa Louis F Richards Mctriman Neb Charles Richards uerrimaii Neb jccr W R Kissel Brownlee Neb Also some below lelt hm Also Range Kissels Ranch Thomas Farren Rosebud S D Ms1 Tcf I Wheeler Bros bh I I J Rosebud S D Horses D Cody Neb Range on the Snake River and Chamber Iain flat Louis J Richards Merrlman Neb Charles H Faulhaber Paul Didier Cattle hole in each ear Range Big and Little W...

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 December 1897

kl l - 1 1 i W D ECEMBER 18G2 Rotecrans recently assigned to the command of the Army of the Cumberland say encamped on the Nashville turnpike almost within hearing of the church bells of Murfreesboro Directly in front and shielded by the dense cedar thickets Test ed the army of the Confederate General Bragg The rebel defense described a semicircular line between Rosecrans and Stone River in a country admirably adapted to a running fight toward Mur freesboro the rebel base Simultaneous ly the commanders of the opposing forces were planning attack Rosecrans desired to gain possession of Murfreesboro 4 Bniggs plan was defensive and UTght after night he made weak demonstrations - on the Union front -which Wtre recog nized by Rosecrans at theic1 true value Unless Bragg dislodged the Federal troops massing in front on his right Polks corps must bo -withdrawn behind the river and Murfreesboro abandoned War slumbered in the air The soldiers fatigued by campaigning lay stretched about the ca...

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 December 1897

ft K The Pursuit of Happincs When the Declaration of Independence as serted mans right to this it enunciated an immortal truth The bilious sufferer Ib on J rgl to happiness when he begtns to e hostellers Stomach Bitters the most efficacious regulator of the liver iu existence Equally reliable is it in chills and fever con Btlpatlon dyspepsia rheumatism kidney trouble and nervousness Use it regularly and not at odd Intervals Deaths from Lightning An abstract of some statistics com piled in France on lightning accidents chows that during the past sixty seven years for every one person killed three or four are wounded In the month of March the average deaths amount to 1 v per cent in April 3 in May 7 in June end on to September 30 20 31 and 15 respectively in October 12 Most of the cafies occur in fields and roads but particularly under trees In a period of thirty years 1700 persons were killed under trees who probably would not have been injured if they had not takon refuge there and ...

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 December 1897

V I h I H j Si rX J t te ft THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT EOBEET GOOD Editor and Publisher Official Paper of Cherry ty Nebraska 9lJOO Per Year in Advance TOBLlllHED EVERY THURSDAY Bntred at t te Post office at Valentine Cherry VGUHty Nebraska as Bocond 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 aiicTrf ii rr - - Advertising rates 50 cents per inrfcisions of the majority per uonth Kates per column or for -long time ads made known pi appli eation to this office - President McKifileghis pardoned on an average oneonnk wrecker or a defaulter for vou three weeks of his term of office This is a good record Only 306 bU3iDess failures in the U S lasfc week as far as heard from This is nearly 10000 a year and is al oiDSt up to the panic year of 1893 or last year 13etter lay a little low about prosperity booms Delplvss O Cour unt Rep Tho St Paul Dispatch says that millinery atrocity meacs deat...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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