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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 5 December 1901

4- ' < & - * SendNGH/lonew p n intpectlon to any ptnoa who will recom endnuaeuidtddreu and we will cad you mend and f how it to their f rlendi. We want thli magnificently eotraveddoubla hunting adverUu oar watches alid convince " t * > yoa cut , "American httindnrd" watch for of their superior quality , before yoa pay one f r e hupectlan. Ca if madt of the newly cent. S nd us your name , port offle * and ex- dltcoverca cold alloy with extra fire.ii oince , sUU If you wantladlef or gents kart Solid of H * Iiosvjr pUto size , and wo will send yon at onco Gold , and even expert ! cannot . our watch for free Inspection. After dollar watch. Ullltfrom a 60 convinced yourself to have HIh-cr demoTeineDtf ally jew you satisfaction , that the own eled , duplex eicapeaeot , pate&t watch your l.s equal to any that would train , item- , pinion ( julclc cost 15 dollars In your own town wind and ict. with Absolute and the Rreittitbaryiln you ever 10 YEARS GUARAHTEE , caw , then pay o...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 5 December 1901

THE VALENTINE DEMOCRA" 'i. I. M. RICE i EDITOF Official NeicajMiper of Cherri County , JVebraiska Subscription $1.00 per year in ad vane * * : 51. wheL nutpafd in advance , Single copies pe. 4 1 ; > y advertising 1 Inch , 15c per Jsnie ; 5 J per eo , ifrui byjthe month. Ix > ca NotJceh. Ollltmrlej ind Lodjje 'Kesdlir lons-lk inline csyjhteHue. > . i Brands , IJ nvies $4.00. per ypar In ac vauCu ; Mddltlnual < iace 3.00per Inch per yeai en leaved blocks extra , 91.00 each. Fartlct Hvlnif outs'de Cherry county not pei soi : ! ir kio\Vn requ-cied to pay m SMJV.-IUC < 10 jW cent a > litltfonal to above r iterf 'It i ovt 6 mouths arrears. Notice * ol loss of stock free 'Jo brand adve : tlsers. y , December 5 IttOJ Contrress nujt Monday DPC. 2nd am adjourned for H clny on account of tl- death of tho'president , then met Hg.'Ui Tuesday and adjourned for a day 01 account of the" "death of Senator K1 because it was a .custom. We thin ! * tbe-c.ustoiu is wrong. There was ple...

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

i THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT I. M..RICE , EDITO Mutual comnanipH pay loHBewin full ' ' diHoouut I. M. RICE , Ayent SjPr "Pi Valentine .odge No. 6. . Cx > JLx. Meets every second and fourth Wednesday fven- ne of etch month at Hornby's Hall. A cordial nvitation is extended to all visiting members. O.V. . MOREY , President. MAUD V. MOKGAREID GE.Sec'y Gra ) Thedford Neb Same as cut on left liipor AOon right bip or side Ron ge Lo p and Dismal J. W. Burleigh Valentine Neb Cattle and hordes branded same a cut on left side Range between Gordon an Snake creeks and on the Niobrara DAN "WEBSTER Postofflce address r Harlan , Nebraska On left side or hip ; homes branded samo eft shoulder Range between Nio oraraand Snake riv" 2rs , south of Merri man A Rr.icarrt oflOO will be paid to an > person for information leading to the arrestau f final conviction of any person or persons stewi ng cattle or noises with above brand. F W.J-rsig Ya o n n Sebi rands as follows Left hip 69 Left side , loin or ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 5 December 1901

VALENTINE DEMOCEAT. I. M , RICE , Publisher. VALENTINE NEBRASKA NEBRASKA NEWS NOTES Adolph Sandan , a boy of 16 , died at Tekamah from the effects of liquor. William Brown of Table Rock died at the Hastings asylum last week , he was 76 years old. Chairman H. C. Lindsay of-the re publican state central committee la ? on a trip to the Pacific coast and. , through California. : Buchanan Bros. , who have operated an elevator at Beatrice for a number of years , have 9sold out to the Ne braska Elevator company. . . . , Osceola , Shelby and Stromsburg unlt- red last week in in pet stock show , 'Avhlch drew an exceptionally good dis- playof pet stock and poultry. W. , B. .Drucker of Plattsmouth has 'received'judgment for $3,800 for the death of Joe Drucker , a car inspector , who was killed in the yards there. Extensive improvements on the Un ion Pacific shops at North Platte will begin January 100. About 200 mechan ics will be added to the present force. Secretary Royse of the State Bank- ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 5 December 1901

TRAIN-ED BEAR CAUSES PANIC , Chicago , 111. ( Special. ) "Oh , let me off ! Let me oft quick ! " shrieked a wo man on an Ogden avenue car as a big black bear clambered clumsily to the front platform. Her cries as she made for the rear door attracted the attention of the other passengers and for a moment a panic was imminent. Then it was seen that there was a chain about the animal's neck , that a man had hold of the other end of it and that another man had hold of him. All this precaution , together with the fact that the door was closed and the bear made no effort to open it , in a measure reassured the passengers , but they sat durihg the remainder of the ride with uneasiness written on their faces. The motorman , however , was not re assured. The bear stood uncomfort ably close to him and insisted on standing on his hind legs. The bear , too , was uneasy. He had never ridden on a street car before. The sudden lurches of the starts and stops bothered him. At one , more vio lent th...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 5 December 1901

THE VALENTINE UEMOCRA1 I. M RICE EDITOR Per I > r in Advance rUBUbllBP BVERY THURSDAY. Entered at the rost-offlre at Valentine , Cherr. county. Nebraska. as Second-class matter. Educational Department , fi BY IETA STETTER , jj. "Would I be voting again ? Ah no ! That wpre to rash once more into the fraj Unarmed inid tale how many a grevious blov Which cannot ii"Wnco. \ \ . anrt-Iack-a-clay It were to learn again how youth c in g. . ; That traitor whom no bribe nor p ayer cat btay. " We received our report cards ; for the * . proceeding term , Monday , Come early' to Cornell hall Friday ( evening so ) OJ may get a seat. Prof. Watson has on s several recent mornings given us talks on psychologi cal topics and the relation of literature totlife. M llemeraber the entertainment on the evening of tlie-Gth. Admission 10 cents for pupils aud 15 cents for all others. The race among the seniors was rath er hard-pressed this term ; the first av erage being one-sixth percent hiahet than the ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 12 December 1901

( V JV THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT THE OrnciAL NEWSPAPER or CHERRY COUNTY , NEBRASKA VOLUME XVI VALENTINE , NEBRASKA , DECEMBER 12 , 1901. NUMBER 47 WHAT A BLUFF i SOME MERCHANTS PUT UP | 49j j By telling what they are going to do next ye ar. _ _ _ We buy for Cash & And sell for Cash That is why we don't make any S Grand Stand Talks. ft * &fr J * 4 ? Look at our * 0 > * ? Men's Overshoes at § 1.25 4 ? Those Fine Cow Boy Hoots at , 3.50 4 ? The Best Michigan Salt at 1.90 per bbl' & 4 $ 12 e oliting flannel at lOc per yd 6 * 49 4 ? This is our way of doing business , x < * * 4 ? ? JHE RED FRONT § SUITS $5 TO $20 9 Ladies , Misses and Children's Jackets , Capes , Collarettes , Muffs and Fur Coats. . u B Bi kJ iB toA I JE IO IJS Our Stock is Complete and Prices the Lowest. Tailoring in ALL Branches. ' D. STINABD , Clothier 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...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 12 December 1901

i- - i -i rrmrnjirifjiiuiMBiiiirM - ? 's&S'i * VALENTINE DEMOCRAT , I. M. RICE.Publisher. . * VALENTINE NEBRASKA NEBRASKA NEWS NOTES Fred Fulton , formerly of Table Rock , committed suicide at Minneapolis.Kan. The Orborne hotel at Hartington suf fered a slight loss by fire last week. Boyd county is assured of a railroad and the town of Lynch and vicinity are enthusiastic. Governor Savage attended the In- 'ternational Live Stock convention at Chicago last week. The supreme court made its semi- , monthly grind last week , the > call con taining sixty-six cases. * The 5-year-old son > of HG. ; Margot of North Fairmont died as the result of falling from a ladder. Nebraska banks are now lending , money in the east instead of borrow ing from that section. Governor Savage has issued a procla mation designating December as Ixmisiana Purchase Flagday. . Fred Lamb and Bi B. Mundell were arrested near St. Paul , charged with horse stealing in Eolk county. A disastrous prairie fire ha...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 12 December 1901

COW , HEN , HORSE AND BEE DOOMED , 51 HE cow looked over the fence at the automobile whizzing down the * road. Then she mooed lugubriously at old Dobbin. "Your job's gone , Dob bin , " said the cow. "These new-fangled affairs in the way of buggies , together with electricity for street cars , are driving you horses clear out of busi ness. " "Looks pretty bad , that's a fact , " said Dobbin. "But I can't see that you have any talk comin , Marie. The fac tories are making oleomargarine now adays that beats the best butter ever made from cow's milk. It looks to me as though we were soon coming to the place where you and every other cow In the country gets off. " "Well , " said Marie , reflectively , "we will have company in our misery. Now there's th'at Plymouth Rock hen over there. She is feeling pretty blue since she heard the farmer talking this morning. " "What's the matter with her ? " ask- d Dobbin. "Ask her , " said Marie. "What's the matter , Birdie ? " COMPEITION IN HEN BUSINE...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 12 December 1901

, -v DEMOCRAT , > * I. M. RICE EDITOR of Cherry in adVHiu-H. Slnjile li filtv advertising l huh single column 153 er isiue of SJ.W ( a > var. lxi > ilNi i < ' 'w , Ol.'iuuries. lx > dge Resolutions . aud Social * tor ilex mte 5c per line per tsbiiw. Itrahils. 1 } { hiclii - 54 CO1per M-sir in adv.'mc itn-iuil 8iace | $30 i er null per year ; eujiuv d 'kii extra ; 1.00 L..cil. Panics living injt.Mflcy'f-lfR'rry' Bounty not , [ all ) ' known aie tvipiesleti ( u pay iii auvHUce HI p.-r ' rvtr addition * ! to'ulibve'l-jllei if.ovkrG ' inuiilhd in unvit'ca. ' " * . i * - . _ , - % . . t' , Notices of li/sgos of tto.sU free to br in 1.1Ive r tiseis ThuraaajyDecSmber 12 100 J * . , , , Tina huh' 2s4 up the road ( O il.bv tliH s uiles of one or lw o a Ivertiscrs trie < l to say someih iur. ' < and Smart in referring to au arl-cln U'hiuli Mi'pU'itt ( i in i inn iiapHij a couple of uuu'is a o. Th ttdiior of this pu- per li.iMi'I. foriinit i iliHtime. . ' thwt ilie * " * "...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 12 December 1901

THE VALENTIKE DEMOCRAT 1. M. RICE EDITOR Mutual companies pay losses in full. No discount I. M. RICE , Agent. > TTp Valentine Lodge No. 6. SC JLJT Meets every second and fourth Wednesday even- ne of each month at Hornby's Hall. A cordial nvitatlon is extended to all visiting members. O. W. MORKY , President. MAUD V. MORGAKEID GE.Sec'y George Gray ThedfordNeb Same as cut on left hip or AO on right hip or side Ran ge Loup and Dismal J. W. Burleigh Valentine Neb Cattle and horses branded same a cut on left side > \ Range between Gordon an Snake creeks and on the Niobrara DAN WEBSTER Postofllce address , Harlan , Nebraska Onleft cide or hip ; horses branded same : eft shoulder Range between Nio * arara and Snako riv" jrs-.eouth of Merrl- manA A Rtiicrtnl of $1OO will be paid to any person for information loading to the arrestauijl hnBl convict ion of any person or persons steal- on cattle or hotses witb above brand. F W.J.rsig A 21 e : ie. Nebi rai.dsas follows eft hip 69 Loft sid...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 12 December 1901

WELT'S ME What tiie President Has To Say To the Fifty- Seventh Congress. Regarding the Big Combinations of Capital , He Declares That i : : : ! ! Isat the Present Time the Only Sure Remedy. FAVORS FEDERAL CONTROL OF THE TRUSTS. Opposes Any General Change In the Present Tariff Laws , But Upholds and Recom- \ mends the Principles of Reciprocity , Advocates Reduction of Duty on Cuban Imports Into This Country. The portance of the Isthmian Canal and Pacific Cable. Washington- . C. ( Special. ) The president in his"annual message to congress says : The congress assembles this year un der the shadow of a great calamity. On , the 6th of September President Mc Kinley was shot by an anarchist while attending the Pan-American exposi tion 'at Buffalo and died in that city on the 14th of that month. Of the last seven elected presidents Se is the third who has been murdered , and the bare recital of this fact is sufficient to Justify grave alarm among all. loyal American citizens. Moreover , the...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 12 December 1901

Agents ! Free Samples , Favorite Cake Spoon The holes permit the batter to pass through , making stirring easier , mix ing more complete , and cake lighter a good draining spoon. Sample spoon and catalogue of 40 useful and quick selling articles mailed upon receipt of 10 cents in stampfe to cover postage and packing. Address U. S. Novelty & Specialty Co.U. S. Not'I Bank Bldg. , Omaha , Neb. Please mention this paper. A GRAIN 1CENT For STEPHEN'S Prolific Drouth Withstanding Corn. Mammoth crop good years ; big crop dry years. Yielded 50 bushels to the acre on high ground with three .culti vations this year , and adjoining corn , with five cultlvations.ylelded ten bush els. els.Send Send 25 cents for 25 grains enough for a itart and examination. Stephen's Prolific Corn Go , 3743 Euclid Ave. , - Kansas City , Mo. Please mention this paper. FOR MEN ONLY. Free feook WewHl send our elegant80 ' i page book to any one who is afflicted and in need on request of informa tion. Our book is t...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 12 December 1901

* ' * r . THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT I. M RICE EDITOR $ LOO. Per Year in Advance PUBLIblSKD EVEKY THURSDAY. < ; Enured at tbe Post-offlce at Valentine , Cherry countv. Nebraska , as Second-class matter. 1 ? Educational Department : . BY IETA STETIER. t M L "jhis , one thing J do. Forgetting those things which are beli'lnd.taoi lieediwg those tilings wnioh pf irt..i2i > iL-ss toward the mark. " ts ? , - ST. PAUL. Segar has been absent , forjaome time on accbuntfof illness. The llth grade started Monday on the second book of Caesar. Miss Robinson's room is preparing a program to be rendered near Christ mas. mas.Mr. Mr. Growden and Mr. Collett in ad dition 1o regular work are taking solid geometiy. Mrs.Watson is now about to enjoy a .much deserved rest from the work in the societies. f We are to have sixteen days vacation during the holidays , a fact which most of us appreciate. Mi * * Conger 1m returned to school duties after a prolonged absence on ac count of her father's illness. ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat — 19 December 1901

jr ' * THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT THE OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER 01 * CHERRY COUNTY , NEBRASKA VOLUME XVI VALENTINE , NEBRASKAr'DJCCEMBER 19 , 1901. NTTMBEK 48 " 49 49 49 ONE DOLLAR For a pair ot men's overshoe8 & 4 ? in sizes 10-1 1-12 it H 4 ? - - ; ; . " & 49 ONE DOLLAR 4Vi & < i For a pair of men's Perfection 49 Rubbers to go over felt boots in 49 49 sizes 10-11-12-13-14 - - - - fr 49 49 0 * 49 fr 49 o * 49 49 49 ONE DOLLAR 49 49 For a suit of men's or ladies' & 49 49 Foreign Wool Underwear. SUITS $5 TO $20 Ladies. Misses and Children's Jackets , Capes. Collarettes , Muffs and Fur Coats Our Stock is Complete and Prices the Lowest. Tailoring in ALL Branches. D. STINARD , Clothier CHRISTMAS GIFTS FOR ALL Large and fine stock to select from HURRY HURRY Bargains in evr.ry line. 25 % off on China to close out Large Christmas tree ornaments 50 cents per dozen Large Christmas tree candles 10 cents per box Gold filled Elgin 0 size watches $10. Better grades § 15 and SIS. Large 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 — 19 December 1901

VALENTINE DEMOCRAT. I. M. RICE , Publisher. VALENTINE NEBRASK/ NEBRASKA NEWS NOTEfc Table Rock will witness a joint de bate betweeen a parson and a womai on woman suffrage. District court Is in session at St.Paui Howard county. The docket is th' < lightest for many years. Beatrice Masons are arranging foi the purchase of property and the es tablishing of a temple. ' iThe The death rate in Lincoln for No vember was 5.52 against 7.68 for tht .same month last year. State Treasurer Stuefer has issued a call for state warrants registered from 75488 to 75S10 , aggregating $35,000. * 'F. Albright , a farmer residing west of Pender , died from the effects of < > . wounds received from a cornsheller. Geo. S. Bishop , county judge of Red Willow county , a Mason and one of the earliest settlers in the state.is dead. Mrs. Agnes Schaubel , residing twelve miles south of Beatrice , has been taken to the asylum at Lincoln. : The work on the Atkinson & Niobra- : Jra River railroad , fr...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat — 19 December 1901

Barbara was apparently following out some happy train of thought as she deftly fluted the lace on a pink satin cushion , for the dimple in her left cheep deepened with her smile. "A penny for your thoughts , Bab , " cried Eglantina ; "that is , If they're worth it. " "That's you all over , Teen ; always got to be sure you'll get your money's worth ! I won't take advantage of - you this time , for my thought may not be worth a penny and then again it may be worth thousands. " "I don't mind speculating a little , " retorted Eglantina , feeling around in her work basket. Discovering a well- worn one-cent piece she tossed it into her sister's lap , saying , "Now let's have it. " Barbara laughed. "I was only think ing what we might do to give Aunt Mehitable a merry Christmas. She's lived forty years without experiencing one Christmasy , peace-on-earth-good- will-to-men feeling and I'd like to make her once ; if I could. " "Hump , If that's your thought it may be valuable where kind thoug...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat — 19 December 1901

' f. ' "I THE VALENTWE : I. M. RICE $ EUITOF Official Newspaper of Chcrri i flebruxka ' 51.00 per year in advance ; $1.1 wlie > ; ; poi paid : Jn'advauce , Single copies Ac. Dj tay advertisfng 1 inch single column 12 cr fesueor io.ttthyear. Ld il N.ofiQes , Obituaries , bodge Resolution an gpclalsioi1 lie\xnue 5c ijerllue per issue. 7rand , in icrl < J.-54.CO per jar in advanc additional space $ a oo per incifperyearjengruvc blockBiextra ; l.ou eacn. rJ\Hles \ living outside Cherry county not pel aoh . uoHvn aVc requested to pay HI aqyautf K feer cent additional to'aboverates ifcover mouMis in arrears. icrt-ict6.-cf Icsttft. of-stockJJcce to urau.dadv.c ' " - . . , . - Sj.-Moon has opened a meat markd in : theVhillans building. -.Monday , freight no , 25 ran into : bupch 01 J. K Thackrey'a cattle iieavr Tliacue'i ; .killing ejiiht aha crip ' * one. . ' * JLiii&iuub Iluuseu returnedlast Friday froui' Copenhagen Denmark looking as bright tta u new dollar , lie sii } ; Aiuvri...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat — 19 December 1901

t THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT I. M.rRJCE. - EDITOR Mutual companies pay losses in full. No discount I. M. RICE , Agent. T \ D Valentine Lodge No. 6. SP JL/i du v Meets everv second and fourth Wednesday even- n r of each month at Hornby's Hall. A cordial nritation is extended to all visiting members. O.V. . MORBY. President. MAUD V. MOKGAHEID GE.Sec'y George Gray Thedford Neb flame as cut on left hip or AGon right hip or side Ran ge Loup and Denial Ecoffey & Sons. Merrlman.Neb. Cattle branded MV on left side and K on left jaw ears clipped notl- ends and JC on right hip and C on right Jaw. un- derblr on right ear and . , on right MT side Horses branded JC on left hip and FE on left shoulder and T on left hip. Range Bel wen Pass Creek aiid southern part ol the reservatioi and Wakpfim Lake. DAN WEBSTER Postofflce address ' Harlan , Nebraska On left side or hip ; horsRs branded same eft shoulder Range between Nlo" * 3iaraandSna > e rlr in , south of Merri man .4 JRtiipnrd of $1OO will ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat — 19 December 1901

I J IS ADVERSE . . * TO SCHLEY , Majority of Board of Inquiry Finds Fault With the Admirals Conduct. Admiral Dewey In His Report Sustains Him but Formally Affixes Signa ture to Original Statement. "Washington , D.CI , Dec. 36. The most prolonged , interesting and important naval tribunal ever held in this coun try has come to a close , having in open and secret session asted one week short of three wionths , and Secrtary Long1 has beei ? handed the findings of the court of inquiry which inquired into the conduct of Rear Admiral Schley during the Santiago campaign. For seven weeks the court heard tes- tinmbny and for fully a month it de liberated upon that mass of evidence , finally reaching the conclusions an nounced. The result was a complete surprise and it is probable that no prophesy has approached the truth. Instead of one report , there are two. Both are signed by George Dewey , as president , and Samuel C. Lemly , as judge advocate. This is a form said to be recognized In all...

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