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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 14 November 1901

. , * < < -t THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT I. M RICE EDTOR $1MO Per Yeur in Advance > , /-s PUBLIbHED EVERY THURSDAY. Entf red at ttie Post-offlce at Valentine. Cherry * * 5je - , county. Nebraska , as Second-class matter. ' CJ In the District CoVrt of Cherry County. In the matter "of the application of F. M. Vfal- cott. administrator of the estate of William 0. fupper , deceased , to sell real estate. And now nu this loth day of October. 1001 , tins cause came on tor hearing before W. H Westover , one of thedis'rict jndges of Cherry countyNebrrsksatCnamners in the town of Hushville. Nebraska , upon the petltition of F. M , Walcott. administrator of Mild estate , pray ing for license 10 sell , the following described real estate , to-wit : uw4 ! ssec.28tp. 34 , r. 25 for the payment of debts against said estate. Itis'ther'forp'iniered tnatrll persons inter- estested In said estate appear before Mie district c mrt in Valentine. Nebraska , on the 0 h dav of Oecember 1'JOl.at trn o'c...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 14 November 1901

THE VAL3NTINE DEMOCRAT SUPPLEMENT November 14. 1901. SUPFUBJNLRXT The Maier tSisters will sell Men's , Wom en's and Children's Shoes of all kincte for the next 10 days below manufacturers eosl. Buy shoes for your family this winter for half of what you have ever bought before. Look for the lafge sign on Main Street. MAIER SISTERS John Bntt paid this office a fr endly visit and a dollar. "We appreciate both. lions Von Smash by the H. S. so ciety at the hall Friday eyening , Nov ember 29. W. G. Ballard and son Wm. Ballard Jr. were in town this week and took out enough material to finish the house they are building on the ranch- John Shaughnessy returned Satur day morning from a three weeks visit to his brother Mike Shaughnessy and his family of Tchildren , 4 girls and 3- boys all married and doing weil near Axtell , Kansas. Mr. Shaughnessy is looking better and claims to have had a splendid visit with his relatives and is highly pleased with the country in which i hey live. In fact he...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 21 November 1901

* > DEMOCRAT THE OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF CHERRY COUNTY , NEBRASKA VOLUME xvi VALENTINE , NEBRASKA NOVEMBER 21,1901. NUMBER 44 * ? The Advent of \JW 49 49 49 49 Many New Goods i 49 Will oe celebrated for the next thir 49 ty days with advance display. . The dress goods stock is the nearest completion * You will find all the new waist fab rics , the new waist flannels , the dainty flannelettes. & & A yery complete assortment of 49 black and colored silks and satins , a nice lipe of tapestry , lace and other cur 49 tains , Carpets and upholstering goods. 49 49 Special sale on men's all wool cloth 49 49 ing to close out to make room for oth er stock. 49 49 49 49 49 RED pRONT1 SUITS $5 TO $20 Ladies , Misses and Children's Jackets. Capes. Collarettes , Muffs and Fur Coats. \ Our Stock is Complete aud Prices the Lowest. Tailoring iu ALL Branches. D STINARD , Clothier , ' . . % NEW Instruments and Methods to Fit Spectacles and Eye- Glasses , Finest quality of lenses. A fit guarante...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 21 November 1901

VALENTINE DEMOCRAT. r I. M. RICE , Publisher. VALENTINE NEBRASKA NEBEASKA NEWS NOTES Kev. Stlfiler Is 'the new Methodist jjastor at Sbelton. He comes from Ord. Btate Superintendent Fowler says we 112 log .and 505 sod schoolhousea 'In ' the state. A charter has been Issued to tha State Bank of Nemaha , Nemaha coun ty , with a capital of $5,000. The Security Tontine Investment company at Grand Island has gone the way of all tontines busted. There seventy-three cases on the docket , six of which are criminal , at the fall term of court at Clay Center. The Ainsworth board of health held a meeting and quarantined the town against Long Pine , where smallpox Is reported. The Marquette club was closed by the sherm ! . Two barrels of beer , some whisky and the bar fixtures were con fiscated. ' The docket at the November term of court at David City Is light , there being but thirty-nine civil and two criminal cases. Congressman Burkett has planned to establish a system of free rural mail rout...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 21 November 1901

; , , > - * * MR , HILL IS IN CONTROL Western Man Wins Contest for Spemacy In Western Traffic , Effort To Bottle Up the Burlington Route From Seacoast Connec- tio is Proves Unvailing. Chicago , 111. , Nov. 19. It Is reported on high authority that the battle for supremacy between the two syndicates organized for the control of the west ern railway properties , and headed re spectively by Hill and Harriman , has been fought out and Hill is the victor. The principal bone of contention was the control of the Northern Pacific. The Harriman syndicate owned a controll ing interest in the preferred stock of that company and not only did it in sist on holding the stock , but In an equal vote on the board of directors. The Hill syndicate insisted on the re tirement of the said stock and on a majority of the directors. The latter won on both propositions. Another bone of contention was the building of additional road by the Bur lington. The Harriman syndicate en deavored to make it part of...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 21 November 1901

THtVAUN.IINt UtKiuuttAT . M. RICE , ' . EDITORJ Official Newspaper of Cherry t oinitij , " ' iKHcriutlor § 1.00 per jenr In advance : § 1.50 in advance , Single copies 5is. \\lici. uut paid * I > r f lay fe advertising 1 ! ncbr15c per Issue ; ? 10 . per co. iinn by Hie inontli. OlvHuiriei and Lodge Resolut I.oc ; i Votlpj t ion , i pei * llueach issue. ; Rramls. 1H nches $4.00 per yenr in ad- 'Aunce ; Hilditlm . l ppaceSa.OO per inch per year : . tfiipraveU blocho extra , 81.00 each. , ' td ry- re \ , . < -tf ' ' 211001 -Thursday , November Prr.cee'dingB. " : Valeiit i oNebraska , Nov. 7 , M01 . I'oard of county commissioners met ; iursuatit to 'adjournment. Piesent , 'chairman L. 1 aufer and W. E. L'aley- Cn motion board ad ourned to ov. 8. November 8 , 3001 Board mot as per ' adjournment ; " members all present. On.motion . bids for furnishing coal for county were opened and found to be as follows. .On motion board decide.1 to use Glen Hock lump. J w. Yeast Glcnrockjunp : $5...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 21 November 1901

VAI1ENTINE DFMOCRfl ; 'I ' M. RICE EDITO Mutual companies pay Jonsesin , full. No discount I. M. KiCE , A ent. ADDITIONAL LOCAL - Ovsti'rs served in : i 11 ntlesat Collins1 - : School land auctionvas well at- tended today. ' . ' > W ; A. Kinibcll has hought the bar- .ber sbop of Obe Church. * Thanksgiving Supper and Rummage Sale on Main streetThursday , Nov. .28 i ; Farmers [ institute was a special at traction for UiOfeG engaged in that line " yesterday and today FOUND : Bunch of k 'vs. Owner can ' .have Mime by proving property and paving for this notice. A wreck five miles west of Cody TufiNday noon piled .up eight cars of freight no 26 and tore np 5J')0 ' ) 'toot of track , Caused by the il.ii : > ; > > < > f a car ' wbnil ! IT { 'akin ; ? off in r nnding a ctjrve. .No one was hurt L fl Overnirn will have a public auction at hi * home , four mile * north of Crookston and will move to C.tnokston where he has purchased the livery stab le and hole ! of A. J. Folks...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 21 November 1901

' LAYING THE PACIFIC CABLE , San FrancIsco.Cal. ( Special. ) With- Jn ninemonths' time the much talked , of Pacific cable connecting Hawaii with the United States will have been laid , and before two years have passed away-we shall be brought within easy speaking distance of the Philippines. A company , composed of Joh.i W. Mack- ay , Clarence H. Mackay , Edward C. Platt , Albert Beck , George G. Ward , Albert B. Chandler and William W. Cook , has been Incorporated to carry out the project. The cable will start from San Fran cisco. , lead to Honolulu , thence to Guam and the east coast of Luzon. When this stretch of cable , 6,912 miles In length , will have been laid , a tele graphic system encircling the entire globe will be completed. The estimated cost of the Pacific cable is $10,000,000. The demands of the government from the company will be reduced rates and absolute control over the line in time of war. The stretching of an oceanic cable is a ponderous task. The cable itself c...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 21 November 1901

HALF SICK PEOPLE , , Just sick enough to feel heavy heeled , lazy and listless , to have no appe tite , to sleep badly , to have what you eat feel like lead on your stomach , but not slckvenough to call a doctor just sick enough not to know what to do. TAKE DR , TYLER'S PEPSIN STOMACH POWDERS , / They will sharpen your appetite and put new "go" In your nerves and muscles. Send today and commence ta king them right away. Price 25c , or 5 for $1. Circulars an d testimonials free. Ask your druggist for It , or send direct to H. F. Hastings , 3143 Monroe St. , Toledo , O. Please mention this paper when writing to advertisers. PORTABLE GASOLINE ENGINE Illl Specially adapted for operating corn huskerc , jrlnders , etc. , and for general farm service. Write for catalogue and further information. S FAIRBANKS , MORSE & GO , , Omaha , Nebraska , Please mention this paper when writing to advertisers. Q < XXXXKXXXXXKX > O < XXXXKXXXXXXXXXXXHXHXK > < X > O < XXX > <...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 21 November 1901

< ' r- * ' r1 * * ff „ * " * " * - Wf * * V 4 * f 'far ' ; THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT . . . * 'is 1. M RICE EDTOR y O" v 4 - * * / $2.00 Per F rJl.M-A < ftJ Mc / T n , v ' ' -f THURSDAY. I ; : Entered at t to e Postofflce at Valentine. Cherry , Ai " . . i eountv. Nebraska'as Second-class matter. 'k Nov , 13 Bout d met a per adjourn ' * meqt ; member , ajl present. Be it ordained by "the boafdpf count } ' / „ commissioners of-Cherry county , Ne- L. - braska that in pursuance of ttieauthor- ' ity granted to said buard by 'sectiou 5 , artici'i 7 , chapter 55 of the compiled / ' s fv .es of Nebraska for the yem * 1901. ; * ' J There shall be established in the f ' . copntyJbf Cherry , state pf Nebraska , a \ 'board to be stled the County Board of " 'shall consist of K 'Health. Said board - -three metnbrs one of whom shall be a - / pra ? icing physician. Tins said board , of health sha I be appointed by the -board of coun'y commi.s oners of said CQunty , and shall hold said office for ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 28 November 1901

Try" ' * ' " s' DEMOCRAT. THE OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER QF CHERRY COUNTY , NEBRASKA VOLUME XVI VALENTINE , NEBRASKA , NOVEMBER 28,190(1 ( NTTMBEK 45 49 49 WHAT A BLUFF 9 & a Ml MEGHAN'S PUT UP toto toto 49 49 By .telling what they are going toto toto to do next year 49 , Wje buy for Cash And sell for Cash That is why we don't make any jj Grand Stand Talks. jjto to 49 toto Look at our toto 49 Men's Overshoes at $1.25- 4 ? Those Fine Co\v Boy Roots at 3.50 4 4 ? ? The Hest Michigan Salt at l.UO per bbl 4 ? 12 c outing flannel at lOc per yd * * 49 49 This is our wayof doing business. toto 49 49 49 49 THE RED FRONT toto toto toto ' SITS $5 TO$20 t Ladies , Misses and Children's Jackets , Capes. Collarettes , Muffs and Fur Coats ' AT.T. Our Stock is Complete and Prices the > Lowest. Tailoring in ALL Branches. D. STINAED.01othier Instruments and Methods to Fit Spectacles and Eye- Glasses. Finest quality of lenses. A fit guaranteed , For near and far sight t glasses accurately adjusted. As...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 28 November 1901

VALENTINEDEMOCEAT. ' I. M. RlCE , PubIlsher. 4 * VALENTINE NEBRASK ; NEBRASKA NEWS NOTEfc The board of supervisors at Beatrici rejected the claim of the recent inter state fair held there for $1,000. Father A. A. Lawrence of Chicago i : ho'iding admission at' St. THichael'i Catholic church in Central City. An effort Is being made to organist a third regiment of militia , with a full battalion ' in the city of Omaha. - " s T.wo of York county's pioneer farm ers , owning fine farms near York , were stricken with paralysis last week. Governor Savage has issued a requis ition on the governor for the return of Albert Stanton , wanted in Omaha lor 'forgery. Queen City Lodge , I. O. D. F. , at Beatrice , had a big time last week , having visitors from almost every city inthe state. Village Clerk A. C. Alger of Burwell attempted to stop a fight and received a bad cut across the face and nose Xor his trouble. The trade carnival at Beatrjpe last week attracted large crowds'of farm ers and the...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 28 November 1901

4 REBELS CITY OF COLON , Over Twelve Men Killed and Thirty Are Wounded In Affray , Rebels Are Confronted By Gaurd In the Outskirts , But Take the Town By Surprise. Colon , Colombia. ( Special. ) The lib erals made an unexpected attack on Colon at 8 o'clock last night. The gov ernment was not prepared and there was little resistance. After some fight ing in front of the cuartel and in cer tain streets for an hour and a half the liberals gained possession of all the public offices and the town of Colon. The prefect , Guardia , is a prisoner. Over twelve men were killed and about thirty men were wounded. The United States gunboat Machias , now here , took no part in the proceed ings. There has been no telegraphic com munication with Panama since last evening and it is surmised here that Panama is now being attacked. On receipt of the news that General Alban , the military commander of the isthmus , had started to attack the lib erals at Chorerra , near Panama , the latter detached 160 ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 28 November 1901

THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT M. RICE EDITOR Official Xeicnpnper of Cherry Comity * yebraIt i TERMS . in advance ; Sl.GC S-ibscnplIon-Sl.00 per year whet not paid tu advance , binglc copies uc. , l > js , lay advertisingInch , I5c per issue ; ? 10 per co iron by the month. loca Notices , obltiiarlei aud.todse.Kesolut - ions-St .per HIMach Issue. Brands , li im-nes $4.00 per year In ad- vance ; HUdlttoi-nf space S3.00 per inch per year ; engraved blocks extra , $1.00 each. Tartlet Ihimr outs de Clierry county not per- soiiilyjuiowu are h | iieei l to pay in advance. 10 | wr cent sidditloi.al to above rales if over Olnontbs HI arrears. Notices of loss of stock free to brand adver tisers. Thursday , November 211901 i ADDITIONAL LOCAL ' .Wm. E.Swnby of Feaiby Bros , of ( ' 'loc'kston was ill townjast week on W. A. Denny came in from his ranch Tuesday and left Vednesday morning for Omaha. , We hear that E. J. McLaughlin and Geo. Van Huron were arrested and be ing detained on a charge of hors...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 28 November 1901

A THE. VALENTINE DEMOCRAT I. M. RICE EDITO Mutual c"tnpinixiy \ lo ni'Min * , ? No discount 1 M KICK , SP TPv T ) Valentine Lodge No. 6. . \\j JLS * JL. Meets every second and fourth Wednesday even- ne of each month at Hornby's flail. A cordial nvitatlon is extended to all visiting members. O. W. MOREY , President. MAUD VVMOHGAREID GE.Sec'y Oysters served in all styles at Collins' Thursday , Nov. 28 will be the Rum mage Sale. Don't forget. FOUND : Bunch of keys. Owner car have same by proving property and paying for this notice. O.D.Pettitof Sioux City is town look ing1 after the cattle paper of a bank of his city. There is a show cominpto town Sat urday night Nov 30. at Cornell Hall prices are low , 10and 23 cents. Mrs. McDonald was transacting bus iness in town last Saturday. Mrs. Mc Donald tells us that she has rented hei fine dwelling to A. J Folks who will conduct a hotel there in place of where they have been located. Go * o Collins for oysters. 42-tf George Gray Thedford Same...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 28 November 1901

T SUGAR TARIFF ; " FIGHT STARTS , Oato Visit the President and Urge Free " . itry ) of Raw Materials , Western Interests However , are Mak ing the Fight of Their Lives for * the Sugar Beet. "Washington , D. C. , Nov. 25. Cuba's saie of the controversy over the sugar 2aS3T will be presented to President Ucosevelt this week , when a delega tion of planters and merchants from t fae island will call at the white house te > aosne their case. It will be the "beginning of a fight Sar tariff concessions , which the beet andcane , tobacco and fruit of the United States will op pose withall the means at their dis- Tbe Cuban delegation represents the Centra General de Americantes Indus- tiiales. and Includes Senor Francisco Gazalia , president of the organization , Gustavo Boeck , Alfonso Pesant.D. and O. Davis. These men will the president to use his influence to obtain reciprocity for Cuba , so the products of the Island will have a ebkoce in the markets of the United Tfeey are prepared t...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 28 November 1901

HALF SICK PEOPLE ii Just sick enough to feel heavy heeled , lazy and listless , to have no'appe tite , to sleep badly , to have what you eat feel like lead on your stomach , but not sick enough to call a doctor just sick enough not to know what to do. TAKE DR , TYLER'S PEPSIN STOMACH POWDERS , _ They will sharpen your appetite and put new "go" In your nerves and muscles. Send today and commence taking them right away , , ' * < * , * . Price 25c , or 5 for $1. Circulars on d testimonials free. Ask your druggist for it , or send direct to H. F. Hastings , 3143 Monroe St. , Toledo , O. f & Please mention this paper when writing to advertisers. PORTABLE GASOLINE ENGINE , in % In * n'q Specially * adapted for operating corn buskers , grinders , etc. , and for general farm service. Write for catalogue and further information. FAIRBANKS , MORSE & 00 , , Omaha , Nebraska , Please mention this paper when writing to advertisers. QCKKXXKKK > O < 3 < X > < X > O <...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 28 November 1901

Sv s * f _ A THE VALENTINE DEMOGRA1 . * ec -c . I. M RICE EDTOF $1.OO Per Yenr in Advanct PUBLIbllEI ) EVERY THURSDAY. Entered at tbe Post-office at Valentine. Gherr eoantv. Nebraika. a Second ilass matter. r Educational BY LETA STETTER , "Thanks be to God for winter time , \Vhich tor tlie Mayflower up , To pour amid New Kn 'atid ' snows , The toeasineofit' ciip. " Bayard Taylor Miss Segar of the Oth ? rade has beei absent for some time. Remamber "Ice. on Parole , Fran cais , " Dec. 6 at Cornell hall. Recesshas been abolished and w are now dismissed at 11:45 and 3:4-1 : The latest 'linguistic aoheivmniit < the class of ' 02 is''sechords" by Mis Ayers. Mis Lucilla Slinard entertained th 10th grade very pleasantly at her hom < last Thursday evening. The Dutch with the French name the French with the Dutch name ; the say it's a poor rule that wont worl both WHAS. Mr. Growden had charge of Mis ; Ensoni's classes in mathematics Moii dav morning , Miss Ea&ora having leei suddenl...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 5 December 1901

\v. n h THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT I * - . THE OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF CHERRY COUNTY , NEBRASKA VOLUME XVI VALENTINE , NEBRASKA , DECEMBER 5 , 1901 NUMBER 46 i WHAT A BLUFF * | SOME MERCHANTS PUT UP < * * | By telling what they are going toto % to do next ye ar toto | We buy for Cash to Jj Aoid sell for Cash ; $ That is why we don't make ar y Grand Stand Talks. toto toto to toto to Sj Look at our toto ' to Men's Overshoes at $1.25 toto Those Fine Co\v .Boy Boots at 3.50 toto toto The Hest Michigan Salt at 1.90 per bbl toto e outing flannel at 10c , per j'd toto ? This i S our way of doing business. FRONT § SUITS $5 TO $20 Ladies , Misses and Children's Jackets , Capes * Collarettes , Muffs and Fur poats. Our Stock is Complete"and Prices the Lowest. Tailoring in ALL Branches. D. STINARD , Clothter DON'T SIT UP NIGHTS Worrying about Xmas Gifts for your Friends but stop in and see our line of Watches , Broaches , Chains , Rings , Bracelets , Sterling Novelties , Aluminum and Celluloid Goo...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 5 December 1901

IS Republicans of Hie House Organize By Re- electing Former Speaksr , Spoacer'biscusscsmportan"t ! ! Topicsx "and Curt- HepburrrWants'To CurtA tt aihPowenrof tho-Speakcr. - . * * l4 : . , * ? i * * * it / f Washington , D. C. , Dec. 3. The cau * cus o the republican members of the house was held in the hall of repre sentatives Monday afternoon a nd lastld about three hoursSpeaker Henderson and the old officers of the house were made the unanimous choice of the caucus and the. major portion of the time was devoted to an effort , led by Representative Hepburn of Iowa , to effect some nanges in the ' rules of the last house. Mr. Hepburn has made a similar fight for the lib eralizing of the rules at the opening of each-congress for a number of years , but , without success , and today he was agan unsuccessful. Mr. Cannon of Illnos presded over the delberations of the Caucus and Mr. Loudenslager of New Jersey act ed as secretary. There were 163 of the 198 republican members of the house ...

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