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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 16 December 1897

Wanted work 44 Girl for general house AIus W K Wait- Chesterfield N b r VALENTINE DEMOCRAT SUPPLEMENT VOL XII VALENTINE NKIIUSKA DECEMBER 1C 1SH7 Where us that woid you pronis d to hri ig us We nee 1 it badly a id wish youd hurry up Fred Hull who is working for I V lamer north of Cody is in town ihs week enjoying a vacation NO 47 School report oi D trirt Xo 12 for Ihe minih of Xoemtei Number of days tang it l Those u either tardv nor ab ent during the month are Clyde IVitwrew Mable Spratf iii Sprat r Sprat Irene and II se Fowler Leon IVitycrew was absent but one d iv Those neither tardy nor ubs nt dur ing the first three months are Clyde recti crew Mable Stella and Ina Chas Wellford has resigned his pos- pratt There has been only four itiou as teacher in the Wiuslow district tardies during the tlnee m uiths and will probably make his home in M L II ewri no Teacher Valentine for the remainder of the winter The first bill to pass Miliar house of Miss Mabel Maisden came up fro n congre...

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 — 23 December 1897

JL X p - V- i k A MSa3KMei4vr THE VOL XII SmBm Lt Christmas C M SAGBSBR s TGIIS8B1AL Hair cutting and shaving Sbojp in the W H Moses building HOT -km COLD BATHS TP ELKHORiN RAILROAD North Western Line is to best to and from the SUGAR BEET FIELD of NORTH NEBRASKA THIS AND THAT Comina Event Methodist Ferris Wliecll Dcc 24 Presbyterian Christmas Tree Dec 24 3piscopil rhiistmas Tree Dec 25 Christmas Dec 23 ZSew Year Jan l 7 W Bowles Lecture Jan l Teachers Association Jan S Yo editor had a birthdav yesterday II Xewberry of Cody was in Tuesday Egbert Bonnen of Gregory was if it fails to Care 25c town in town esterday Prof Sam Hudson was in town from Simeon Tuesday Lots of nice things for Christmas at 0 W Moreys jewelry store 47 Arkansas Bob Gillaspie was pesti catiug around town yesterday There will be a Christmas tree at the Presbyterian church Christmas even ing Big line of Christmas booklets and calendars at 0 W Moreys jewelry store 47 Henry Stetters oldest daughter went to Chadron las...

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 — 23 December 1897

jf he dhnttm tnotrnl EOBEItT GOOD Editor and Prop VALENTINE - NEBRASKA When money Is made at the Klon dike these days it should come pretty near the idea of cold cash It Isnt at all remarkable that Greece should hand Thessaly over to Turkey Greece has been going to cede for many years Foreigners have said that the Ameri can womans voice is generally harsh and strident but it is very sweet when she is saying yes One reason why the women take such a delight In shopping is that ev ery establishment furnishes them a store of pleasant thoughts In Dawson City we are told men think nothing of spending 1000 a day for fun How much fun can they get there for that much money Cats as a political symbol used to signify merely being on the fence Now theyre getting into ballot boxes they may further typify scratched tickets A man in Utah says he saw a bat which looked as large as an eagle the other day The safest plan is to es chew such bats as that Otherwise they usually turn into snakes If the K...

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 — 23 December 1897

-4 l V f V J 4 v f - Four months 4S990S49 S34474321 This presents a balance of over 14 000000 in favor of the Wilson bill It should also be remembered that the revenue secured by the Wilson bill for the time in question was collected when business was paralyzed by the panic of 1S03 while the Dingley bill was operating under the glorious influ ence of the McKinley prosperity which is so much vaunted by the Republican press Truly as Mrs Malaprop would say comparisons are odorous to Chairman Dingley Chicago Dispatch Silver in India It is said that a dear rupee will ruin the export trade of India If a dear rupee will ruin the export trade of that country it follows inexorably that a cheai rupee must foster and stimulate it This is exactly what the silver men in the United States have steadily claimed wind what the gold men have just as steadily denied Upon this point we will now simply remind our gold idolaters that the export trade referred to is one that has been built up very largely...

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 — 23 December 1897

r this toe world INTELLIGENCE FROM ALL PARTS J BULL WANTS SOME HAS HIS EYE ON CELESTIAL TERRITORY Said the Far Eastern Squadron Will Winter in a Chinese Harbor Should n Seizure Be Made Prance Will Follow Suit Britain Wants a Piece An unconfirmed report was current in London Monday that part of the British far eastern squadron will be stationed at this winter If true this indicates Great Britiau is working in har mony with Japan The latter still occu pies pending the payment of the Chinese war indemnity The newspapers are much disturbed over the situation What do we get is the burden of their complaint All in sist upon the necessity for immediate ac tion Advices from Paris show France is awaiting Great Britains action If Great Britain follows the lead of Russia and Germany and occupies a seaport Franco will forthwith follow suit THINK HIM A BLUEBEARD Charles Zanoli Is a Man of Many Tragedies Slowly but surely a chain of damaging evidence is being tightened around Charles Zanoli tho B...

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 — 23 December 1897

i I ft R ftl l V ff Ito m r M I - licNitt Bros PO Brownlee Neb Eight or left side Horses same on left shoulder Earmark Swal low tall clip right or left ear Range Big Creek StrStejtggafMgj I a j Rosebud S D Horses Cattle hole tn each ear Ranee Bin and rsj John H Ham an T H I SSHMbKdioZAw Brownlee Neb Also and AE be m Charles Richards Meiriman Neb i Rosebud S D ID 1183 either left side or hip Horses F on left shoulder Range head of Antelope irni V- L if ftMlsifiuESEMi Paul Didier LUtle White Rivers JXD J Horses on left shoulder Itauge Goose Creek aud Is or til Louo Marshall Wblfenden Kennedy Neb Some a on the left bin Horses K on left shoulder Brand is small Karmark Quarter clip behind half cir cle forward on left ear Itauge Lone Tree Lako Louis F Richards 3 afctjr mm k f EIJ Meiriman Neb TccrI W R Kissel Brownlee Neb Also some below lelt hln Also m right hip Range Kissels Ranch Thomas Farren Wheeler Bros Cody Neb Range on the Snake River and Chamber lain flat Louis J Richards Merrlma...

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 — 23 December 1897

THE HAPPY NEW YEAR - zrt srrz4 - T n 7 Jrj ra ff y HE chill ulr Is crisp r A for the frost King r - 3sv r i AW j i R VSWJh Sia disclose m His tiny ire spcaw gfer which he hangs a the trees 1 No fragrance of sum- icr no petal of roses To brush as we pass we see only i rip 4v dead leaves MJMfi f fiWJ Now dear merry VSiftfat W Christmas h a s BimHiMU bwlfily departed k34nral A Saw Vear stands Hi sii i nEfii i hi scanning the ghosts of the 8fllrSllaS lRa W r n nnr hl vWmmi Wife shoulders a u d - ed To think nionthtj and seasons are fading so fast See whirled in midair are white suowflaUes descending Each flake seems a spirit dropped down from above As though for the New Year to earth they come lending A promise of purity blesing and love The tali trumpet creeper whose scarlet tinged flowers Last summer made gay Its beautiful dress Stood yesterday drooping and leafless for hours Now snowclad it gleams In renewed love liness How they pile how they gather the snows in their whiteness Led o...

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 — 23 December 1897

W R h j A N J v CHICAGOS ITALIAN QUEEN Telia irer Countrymen How to Vote and Aid9 Them When in Trouble The Italians of Chicago have a queen Her casUe is a weather beaten house of faded brick hung about with vines and creeping flowers and is located In the dust and smoke and turmoil of Pacific avenue the heart of the Italian colony Annie Carlo is lie queens real name She is young just nearlng 20 She has the smooth oily black hair so typical of the Italian woman which she plaits in tiny braids and pins close to her head The eyes are large and clear and at times animated and sparkling To say that her complexion is dazzling is using an adjective both inadequate and Incomplete It is Ideal -a creamy white of velvety softness touched faintly on either cheek with mm f MUS ASXIR CARLO just a dash of crimson She dresses passably well and has an air of su perior knowing Some idea of her power is derived from the following statement she recently made to a Chi cago reporter A ah yes they call me...

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 — 23 December 1897

PS r I i THE VALENTiNE DEMOCRAT ROBERT GOOD Editor and Publisher Official JPaper of Cherry ty Nebraska 11W Per Year in Avanc TUpLIbRBD FVFliY THURSDAY Entered at th Post office it Valentine Cherry county Nebraska as Second class matter This paper will be mailed regularly to its subscribers until a definite ordei to discentmue is received and all ar rears arj paid in full Adrovmiog rates 50 cents per inch per ELonth Itates per column or for longtime ads mado known o i appli catiun to thi3 otlice Congress adjourned on the 18th last Saturday until -the first of next moath Although it is almost a year yet un til the next election we have heard of half a dozen candidates for county legislative and congressional places There isnt much being said about tbo alleged shortage of G000 in the accounts of J H Mallalieu ex super intendent of the state reform school at Koarney It is presumed that a Neb raska state oificial who cant get away with 25000 to 100000 of the public funds during his oQici...

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 — 23 December 1897

VALENTINE DEMOCRAT SUPPLEMENT VOL XII VALENTINE NEBRASKA DECEMBER 23 1897 Now is the time to subscribe 100 The saloon at Whitman was robbed one day last week the thieves getting about 1100 in cash and some cigars It is expected that each of the teach ers in the public schools will attend I he state teachers association at Lin coin next week Rev Hurleigh has again taken charge of the Ainswirth Star Journal his brother throwing up his contract and returning to Iowa Dont forget the printer when you arein town telling of the immense crops you raised this year Poor fel low lie needs every cent that is due him Xd other business man would let you owe him a small account for twoor three rears without dunning you upon every possible occasion Shortly after the editor took hold of this paper one of the countys most substantial citizens subscribed but said he would not pay at that time be cause he thought we would not re main here long and he didnt want to lose anything Last week Ire came in an...

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 — 30 December 1897

fo i t i f VOL XII OWMOREY WATOHKAXEK - AND - JEWESS Fine line of plain and fancy jew elry constantly on Tiand Repairing promptly executed and done i the bost manner Full line of sporting goods 3V M SAGBSER T0NS9RIAL ARTIST Hair cutting and shaving hop in the W II Moses building HOT AND GDLD BATHS ELKHORN RAILROAD Jflbrth Western Line is to best to and from the SUGAR BEET FIELD OF NORTH NEBRASKA THIS AND THAT Com InaEventft New Year Jan l W Bowles Lecture Jan l Teachers Association Jan 8 Jackson Day January S The roof is being put on the Sparks -building this week W T Kincaid spend Saturday with friends in Ainsworth Miss Delia Sawyer of Sparks is viaiting in town this week Mis3 Childe leaves for her new field ol work at Alliance tonight McLaughlin U S Indian in epector stopped in town Monday Nellie and Edith Oliver of Longpine are visiting John Simpson3 family CF Mai tin spent Saturday and Sunday with his parents in Ainsworth The railroad ice gang had to lay off work yesterday on ac...

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 — 30 December 1897

Vlu fzlmtine nocmt ROBERT GOOD Edltorand Prop VALENTINE NEBRASKA The farmer who reads is the farmer who is ready for emergencies Unlike a watch when a beneficiary association is wound up it doesnt go any more It is now Montanas turn to make great gold discoveries Let the aurif erous work go on Meeting trouble half way has not the same polite principle to justify it as bowing to necessity A minor eleven is called a scrub team perhaps from the principal players using it In practice to wipe up the earth In this selfish fight for territory in Africa none of the nations engaged should properly get more than its deserts The Emperor of China would proba bly be thankful if somebody would es tablish a Monroe doctrine in the east coast of Asia Others selecting the best man for a public place is entirely different from political bosses trying to get the best of their fellow citizens Dawson City is starving Theyre plenty of money there and its believed a first class Food Show would be the bigge...

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 — 30 December 1897

b J V A CAGES BRAZEN PLAN If -we consider Secretary Gages scheme as simply intended for the further enrichment of the banks and especially the big banks it Is undoubt edly a good one But how it is to fur nish us with a better monetary system or a belter grade of money than Tve have jiow is beyond our ken The first -act is to increase the gold reerve 25 000000 Then the interest bearing debt is to be increased some 200000 000 on a gold bsais and made perma nent while 200000000 in national currency is withdrawn from circula tion sind replaced with bank notes Fi nally the Government is to stand lie hind the banks and redeem the notes whenever the banks themselves fail to do so We are not informed as to what kind of a redemption fund of 5 per cent the banks are to provide or how they are to provide it But supposing it to be in gold Ave are at a loss to see upon what principle of sound finance he considers a 5 per cent redemption fund sufficient for the banks while deeming a 100000000 gol...

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 — 30 December 1897

ELECTRIC FLASHES NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD TMAL JUROR BIASED 4ATEST MOVE OF DURR ANTS ATTORNEYS Altered that Juror Smyth Caat Rtft Tote Not on the Evidence Pre sented bnt on Information Be cetved Outside of the Trial Durranis Latest Move The attorneys of Theodore Durrant m San Francisoo have taken their stand in fehe last ditch and began a new and fight for the life of the murderer Sonal ohn H Dickinson and W W Foote ap peared before Superior Judge J M Sea-wall and presented an affidavit signed by jtee father William A Durrant to the Effect that Horace Smyth one of iloe trial jurors cast his vote not jon the evidence as presented dur ing the trial but upon informa tion that ho received outside oi the trial of the case Smyth is charged with declar ing openly to four reputable citizens in San Francisco that he based his verdict upon jtbe information he received outside of the trial The attorneys claim they can make good their charges in court Smyth was cited to appear before Ju...

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 — 30 December 1897

c y McUilt Bros T 0 Brownlec Neb jot or left side f UlQB CKUliU wu Met shoulder J Earmark Bwal 1ow tail clip right or left car RAnge Big Creek i T g John H Harnm p J Brownie Neb AJso and AB B Horses on left shoulder j Ranee Goose Creek and North Loup Marshall Wolfenden Kennedy Neb Borne a on the left hln Horses S on left shoulder Brand Is small Earmark Quarter clip behind half cir cle forward on left ear Range Lone Tw Lake K V WrSflvV Loui F Richards Merriman Neb Charles Richards Merriman Neb W CCR I W R Kissel Brownlee Neb Also some below left hln AlSO H Charles C Tackett right hip Range Kissels Ranch Thomas Farren Rosebud S D ID 1183 either left lde or hip Horses noue1ler Range head of Antelope Bf rilii j of J Wheeler Eros TBBI I - GUI Cody Neb Range on the Snake River and Chamber lain flat Louis J Richards Merriman Neb Charles H Faulhaber sfSsn iABE7w4flHkV J 1 Paul Didier Rosehud S D Horses Cattle hole In each ear Ranee Big and Little White Rivers Brownlee Nebr Either rlEht or l...

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 — 30 December 1897

IH w W - n i t SUCCESS I built ft palace by a troubled sea Broad walls of spotless white and tur rets tall Great colonnades the towers of mine own strength 1 did not dream- my palace fair could fall But at the open gate an angel knelt And sorrow that I knew not of be wailed Come friend I cried rejoice in my success I weep was the reply that thou hast failed Alien moriths had come and gone I saw the walls Of my poor palace blackened by the flame Its mighty towers in ruins at my feet My head was bowed in sorrow and in shame And at its fchatfcrcd gate I knelt and -wept My angel friend now stooped a palm to press Upon my brow She bade me look above Rejoice she cried in this thy first success Pittsburg Dispatch 1EHE WAIF 0 HEAET 1 M 3fciv isas kA 1 Foleys gone HBO UGH the sighing boughs of cypress forest there caine drift ing the hum as of a million bees set In rhythmic tone and tune It was the great saw at Foleys mill flash- m mg its merciless disc of steel through the green sweet heart...

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 — 30 December 1897

5 OK BDOOY Botli tlio method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant tind refreshing to the taste ard acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys li and Bowels cleanses the sys tem effect iftlly dispels colds head aches and fevers and cure hahitnal constipation Syrrp of Figs is the cily remedy of its linl ever pro duced pleasing to the tat t 2 aid ac ceptable to the ntomach prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable Rubstanccs its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have roude it tho meal popular remedy knovn JL Syrup of Figs h for sale in 50 Tccnt bo tile by a leading drug gists Am reliable druggist vrho may net Lcvc it en hand idll pro cure i promptly for any one -who -wishes to try it Do not acce t any substitute GAUFQEHM RG SYRUP CO SW FRAXCI8C0 CAL UUISVILLE KY tlBVJ YORK tiY A THRILLING BUFFALO YARN How the Old Timer Saved Himself from a Stampeded Herd I was huntiu buffalo down Medi cine Vall...

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 — 30 December 1897

W V i W w V r T i if ft f - iJ i i il - ii irttniiffir vjvs f HE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT tjBOBEST GOOD Editor and Publisher We haveyet to Eee a newspaper that upholds orcomraends Judge Kersors V injunction against the WorldHeraid i If a private corporation rac behind 4G000OGO in Qve months everybody would c3sider its -affairs to be in a Yery bad -way wouldnt thsy Well that isjast what the government has done since iast July Yet ihe rcpub llcans ask us to believe that the Ding- ley tariff is a good thing he Wahoo Democrat f Valentine has four salens but it is a noteworthy- fact that bhey do not cause as much trouble to the citizens of the town us does the -one in the majority of our western towns It is ueldem that a light occurs here yet our exchanges chronicle from one to -half a dozen each week in other towns alongjlhe line A gentleman who is oik cf the best of our county recently said 10 us If this cattle stealtag keeps ui much longer the county attorney will iaot be called upon to pro...

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 — 6 January 1898

I W IK m M h l V Vn Kr 3 JMwIot y VI K JSJ is i - r if n at TijriTJtrv I I WATCHMAKER - AED - JEWESS ft i me line of plain and fancy jew elry -constantly on hand T- y 2epairme promptly executed nd done In the best manner j 1 Full lino of sporting goods i f THIS AND THAT Comina Events Teachers Association Jau 8 Jackson Day January S Frank Thorn spent New Years at home I6is LinccJn visited in town last Monday j Fred Robinson of Merriman was in town Monday George Rhodes of Stuart was in y I town Tuesday The county commissioners are in ses slou this week Davenport Thaeher are takiDg an nvoice of stock this week D M Underwood of Cody jwn on business Monday Judge Walcott E McDonald is making a special I sale of all blankets ana woelen under 4 wear Ilercis a chance to get bar- yjaius Smrvevor tfos Estabrook of Lavaca Jamc down Tuesday remained in Ptown until today to take his oath of k office The heating apparatus is being placed in the new school house this week J F Wyvel of Ainsworth do ...

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 — 6 January 1898

S V t fahntittB cnwrit IIOBEKT GOOD Editor and Prop VALENTINE - NEBRASKA Speaking of China will Germanys nibble be followed by Englands bite The chief trouble with American Juries Is that they hang too much with out ropes That man who called a back fence the womans telephone probably re ferred to their talking over it Ex Consul General Iasigi is to keep books during his term In prison That Js hard labor for those who find it dif ficult Its such a pleasure for the girls to look over the hats in the millinery stores they never think of those behind them in the theater Ohio has decreed that all medicines containing poison must be labeled with a skull and crossbones Will the dis tillers observe the law An Eastern contemporary says that a philosopher is a man who rides a philosopede Nonsense The mod ern philosopher usually is a woman The Sultan has declared riding the bicycle to be immoral and irreligious So would you perhaps if you had 368 wives each clamoring vociferously for a wheel T...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
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