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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 6 January 1898

I i V Ll fm V i M v t IT 4 if t I- w M M 7V3 i O M r b ar vfmrv S WHEN SUE GLANCED AT ME The world can boast of many things not known of long ago When earth seemed troubled with the gout and science and art -were slow 2ow everything conspires to bring but luxury and ease And progress has some say improved on nature by degrees But naught can give its substitute as naught has yet improved The genuine old fashioned thrill that comes of being loved Such as I own 1 felt of old in eminent de gree When Sue behind the window blinds once shyly glanced at me She was a little lass I knew away back in my youth And if not up to date the fact awakes in me no ruth To days affected love of art for arts sake would have been To her old fashioned views of tilings but little short of sin She never dreamed that paltering would strike the tempter dumb And Zolaism furnished not her mental pabulum And all this purity was there I could but clearly see -When Sue behind the window blinds glanced shyly out at ...

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 — 6 January 1898

ROBERT GOOD Editor and Prop VALENTINE NEBRASKA OHIO AGAINST HANNA OPPOSITION FORCES ORGANIZE BUCKEYE LEGISLATURE Hi Defeat Practically Conceded Radical Change in the Situation the Only Thine that Can Save Him Other Items Mark Hatina Beaten Much interest lias been manifested in the organization of the Ohio state legisla ture at Columbus as it was considered to forcast Mark Raimas chances to suc ceed himself as United States senator The contest in the house was between Mason an anti Hanna man and Boxwell the Hatina candidate The first ballot re sulted Mason 5ti Boxwell 53 Mason was declared elected amid great excite ment All were present in the senate except Burke of Cleveland an anti Hanna repub lican and Voight fusionist from Cincin nati The vote stood 18 to 17 in favor of the democrats who elect all the officers The result of the organ izatkm ihe leg islature has revived the rumors that the Jianna men would combine with the sold democrats for the election of Calvin S Brice a gold s...

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 — 6 January 1898

i it u w V 1 i i i i f i 1 4 4 isH k Ui y k k L r k r r 5i fc Pi V 4 V Y McNilt Bros P O Brownlee Neb Rtgat or left side Horses same on left shoulder Earmark Swal low tall clip right or lelt ear Range Big Creek i 7 I SSgJfiwywaai 4 lw VBr Vat UK4Ba9 John H Hainan Brownleo Neb Also AE and b0 Horses on left shoulder Jtange Goose Creek and North Loud Marshall Wolfenden Kennedy Neb Some 5 on the left Horses s ou leu shoulder isnuid is smalt Earmark Quarter clip behind half cir cle forward on lei t ear llange Lone T r LaUe Mfc Loui F Richards Meirinian Neb Charles Richards iieiilniaii Neb jccr TV K Kissel ra I ill f Brownlee Neb Also some below lelt hin Also m Louis Richards Merrlman Neb John DeCory J - Rosebud S D JXD J right hip ltange Kissels Ranch Thomas Farren Rosebud S D ID 1183 either left ilde or hip Horses sll0Uidpr Range head of Antelope 7 of 1 Wheeler Bros Cody Neb Range on the Snake River and Chamber lain Hat Charles H Faulhaber iT3rT JUEsss 1 aj Paul Didier Rosebud S D Horse...

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 — 6 January 1898

h A SONG TO THE MEN WHO LOSE llervs to the men who loso ifiacTsfc Jf HAD finished my medical education and was spend ing the winter in Jamaica with a former schoolmate preparatory to commencing practice as a physician Sly friend Julia Latham bad married a coffee plant- er and It was during my sojourn on the plantation that I met with the adven ture I am about to relate We were driving one glo rious afternoon through a lane that went zigzag Ion up a high mountain I could not help admiring the pictur esqueness of the tiny flower decked cabins which dotted the hillside here and there and noting that on every ve randa sat or reclined groups of laugh ing negroes I said to my friend I feel inclined to envy these black people when I see how lightly the trou bles of life seem to touch them and to -ask myself if after all they and not we are the favored children of nature 1 think Julia I should like to be a negress just for one week In order to experience what It is to revel in unlim ited su...

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 — 6 January 1898

il I i rtj iKk k a f I r T i IM 9 6 0 f fr 4- 4fc I iWTiW 3f 4 q Vv3 W2AT MAN DOES NOT LOYE BEAUTY Mrs Pinlrimm Counsels Young Wives to Keeep Their Attractivenesa A Letter From a Young Wife Seven eighths of the men in this world marry a woman because she is beautiful in their eyes What a disappoint- ment then to soe the fair young wifes beauty fading away before a year passes over ner neaa l 1 feel as if I would like to say to every young woman who is about to be married Strengthen yourself in ad vance so that you will not l i i s 9 PlMMWPi j break down under the new strain on your powers Keep your beauty it is a precious possession 1 Your husband loves your beauty he is proud to be seen in public with you try to keep it for his sake and your own The pale cheeks the dark shadows under the eyes- the general drooping of the young tr i V7 I wifes form what do they mean They mean that her nerves are failing that her strength is going and that something must be done to help her through t...

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 — 6 January 1898

tSl 11 i ri m i a 1 6 n i 1t y Jrfii X i i 4 IX r - -- Many eastern newspapers seem to take delight in reporting that Nebras ka is being rapidly depopulated that nobody wants to own property here land such stuff A glance at the fol lowing figures will convince the most January February 3arch April May June July August September October November December TIE No t 4i 7 13 9 15 9 4 5 17 14i 10 Proofs Acres 1078 640 1120 1875 1438 2297 1439 5581 799 2711 2176 1590 Totals I 114 17721 Farm Mortgages Filed j Released 1800 00 5496 88 1790 00 466 78 2437 00 505 00 7438 00 610 75 780 00 1824 38 5290 00 3806 50 36745 29 748 78 1633 90 1575 oo 3678 23 1113 60 2009 72 6837 00 1288 96 2050 Oo 2575 00 3250 53 3845 65 30606 37 RAILROAD BUSINESS Lmongall the fignres presenter our Iders this week none will be found fcre interesting than those which lW the amount of freight received rand forwarded from this station Siring 1897 Thanks are due to J C py iry L -- t V 1 It 6750 36 95i3 11 3895 07 7284 60 ...

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 — 13 January 1898

P n i f i 3 C4 r l1 i 1 v T V m - T J r j i TT i r - V r VOL XII OWMOREY flYASBHMAKER - AKD - JEWELER Firse line of friain and fancy jeW j dry constantly ora Land JSspairing promptly executed asrd done hi the beet manner Full lfce of sporting goods THIS AND THAT Nomina Event Grounrthojray February 2 Mt Valentines Day JFebruary 14 March io The Dkhoorat 1 per year The year 1898 has 53 Saturdays- Joe Bennett ivf Chesterfield is town C A Johnson was Woodlake yesterday in in -town fram Services at the Methodist churcl every night this week y H JSauingnrtel of Crookston was in town esrerday E AlaOumber and I C Stott of Cody are in town today A J Slocura was a visitor to Valen tine from Gordon Monday T P Spratt falls into -the work ot the commissioners like an old timer Rushville has passed a curfew or- dinanee similar so the ouedn force here A H Davis the North Platte attor ney was iu town Moudaj on legal bus iness - Conductor Leader o ftlie Elkhorn has purchased the Honey ranch neai Wuud...

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 — 13 January 1898

9 he fxlmtine eniocrit ROBERT GOOD Editor and Prop VALENTINE NEBRASKA Curfew bells are based or the IH72 clple that children must not keep lata hours when they are tolled not to Even if annexed Hawaii could never be even a sister to Uncle Sam It could not help feeling more or less distant Lynchings and attempted lynchings continue to show that while ropes are used in parts of this country life really hangs by a thread An Oklahoma young man shot a girl four times because she didnt love him It seems queer that she didnt love so lovable a character An alleged liberal association of San Francisco wants In God We trust erased from the face of our coins This Is doubtless subsidiary to their wan Ing it struck off the face of the earth The bills audited for the Philadelphia celebration of the unveiling of the Washington monument include 202 for ice water This of course includes that which was distributed in the form of chasers Three Christian scientists in Rhode Island have been adjudged pr...

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 — 13 January 1898

IN i f r IV r IK H 7 a 1 I w V f Present Day Millionaires Tell t N OMEN WORKED LIKE MEN- of Money Made liy Their Wives In the early days of the Republic iiost of the women worked as steadily as Ihe men It is true that they did home work mostly but it was hard work none the less and it helped support the families -and earn the slowly accumulating sur plus In those days the women did the work that is now performed by half a dozen different kinds of factories They spun the yarn for the stockings thai were worn by every member of the -family and knitted them too and thej did most ot the weaving I even the knitting as done -chiefly by machines Not only was th cloth for the garments of every mem Iber of the family manufactured ai fhome by the diligent housewife but -she and her deep chested strong-armed daughtT wove the carpets besides All this factory work was done in -addition to the housework now sc generally done by servants every bit of it was then held to be distinctively work and h...

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 — 13 January 1898

X I 1 ROBERT GOOD Ittltor and Prop VALENTINE - NEBRASKA IOWA SOEONS MEET TWENTY SEVENTH GENERAL AS SEMBLY CONVENES Only An Organization was Effected the Frst Day Funk of Hardin Elected Speaker of the House by Acclamation Iowa Solons In Session The Twenty seventh general assembly of Iowa met Monday morning in Des Moines and an organization was effected In both houses and the members sworn in Emmert of Cass Democrat was sworn in as senator from Cass and Shelby and Christie of Wright Democrat as repre sentative from Hancock and Wright Each has a contest on his hands to be de termined later by a recount of the votes by special committees Mr Funk was elected speaker of the house by acclamation In taking the gavel he said the duties of the legislature were as grave as have confronted any session since the war The state demands meas ures that will reduce the state debt and do iwithout crippling the administration dn any way The new revenue law is but an experiment as yet Its aim was to lev...

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 — 13 January 1898

V I I i P lh u t u 1 f u I K ij r 1 P f I I I- I 5 h - T i fe McNilt Bros 3P O Brownlee Neb lUght or leftside novate same on left ahoUlder I Earmark 8 wal low tall clip right or lelt ear Range Big Creek vTilMSi LJLJ JohnJE Harnan Taj Brownlee Neb Also and AE be m Horses on left shoulder lange Goose Creek and North Loup Marshall Wolfenden Kennedy Neb Some a on the left bin Horses 5 on left shoulder ttrand is small Earmark Quarter clip behind half cir cle forward on left ear Itange Lone Tvrc Lake 5F fa Loui F Richards - Meiriman Neb Charles Richards iMerrlman Neb A i ab WR Kissel Ui J Mf Tiff - Brownlee Neb Also some below left hii Also M William F Schmidt Rosebud S D On left side Horses branded same on left hip or shoulder Range on Horse Creek M r I ST UAU I - AT right hip Range Kissels Ranch Thomas Fan en Rosebud S D ID 1183 either left ilde or hip F on left TTo cno 8UOUlder Range head of -Antelope jBflEl - f CF I Wheeler Bros 1SSSmMSfZ i i i i L5j ilmir fcgl MjiM Cody Neb Range on ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 13 January 1898

IH r ft l ll j M it i 1 m IK lv i Oh dont I love my lady You ought to see How she comes out to meet me And goes wandering off with me With her checks so like a blossom And her neck so like the snows Oh dont I love my little girl Nobody knows Oh dont I love my lady You ought to hear The little name she calls me When she whispers in my car With her eyes so bright and dancing Till my heart u natter goes Oh dont I love my little girl Nobody knows -New York Press THE VOICE OF GOD inL fjtmay 7m f N the cold of a winters night beneath the yel low glare of a city lamp a tall man stood with a little weary child A cruel wind blew the rain around them It dashed it into the mans face so that it trickled clown his chin and fell on the brown head try- ii u CUtJdlo against his evRl iV coat A feeble cry broke now and then from the little fellow a cry of protestation and alarm Daddy Daddy cruel iDnddy Take me home take me home A shudder shook the man from head to foot- A sob rose in his throat he co...

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 — 13 January 1898

j L Vr i j i iff m iu nf nA K if T I gysjjgGs ONB 39KJ07S Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys tem effectually dispels colds head aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever pro duced pleasing to the taste and ac ceptable to the Btomach prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects jjrepared only from the most healthy and agreeable Raatances its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50 cent bottles by all leading drug gists Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will pro cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO SAN FRANCISCO CAL LOUISVILLE KY NEW YORK UY Worlds Richest Gold Mine The richest gold mine in the world is located under...

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 — 13 January 1898

f j m THE VALENTNE DEMOCRAT jRQBEBT GOOD Editor and Publisher WMIIIMIMI O Ii Ml Official JParf Cherry ty Nebraska J00 ier Jear in iidtafineft rCHUbUCD EVERY THURSDAY Entered at t he Fwit ofllce at ValeBtme Chen OouMty Nebraska as Second class matter Thia paper will be mailed regularly to ila subooribera until a definite ordei o discontinue is received and all ar rears are paid in f ulL Advertising rates 50 cents per inch per month Kates per column or fur long time ads made known i appli cation to this office This mornings papers say that Hanna was elected aenator yesterday n a close vote Fort Smith Ark was visited by a Urnado Tuesday night 50 killed Seminole Indians are on the warpath 1b Oklahoma Tho Ghadron Journal has been sold and will henceforth he run by The Journal Publishing Co Ernest Julian mauagtjr The Atkinson Graphic has also changed bauds S Eves leasing the paper to Jud Woods A newspaper may print column after column eulogistic of its town but its brightest sayings will ...

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 — 20 January 1898

t l i p T w w VOL XII 0 W MOREY WAT0H1TATCKR - AND - JEWELEB B jije line of plain and fancy jew elry constantly on hand jRepairing promptly executed and done in the best manner Full line of sporting goods THIS AND THAT Comino Events Groandhog Day February 2 t Valentines Day February 14 Assessors Meeting March 15 Sol Dewey of Hay Springs was in town SuDday Sallie Thosath of Rosebud was in town Sunday C S Rpeces smiling face was seen in town Monday Bert Martin spent Sunday with his parents in Aiusworth Ian Ludwig has purchased a new Smith Premier typewriter D and J M Hanna were in town from Woodlake yesterday Luella Stinard has been confined to her room with illness this week W M Boyer of Lfad City S D is Tisiting with his son Urias Boyer The Cherry County bank expects to move into its new building next wees Sageser now gives a shave and a quarters worth of music for 15 cents Dr McConville of Rosebud reg istered at the Cityhotel Suuday night Photographer Shaw took a snap shot at the i...

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 — 20 January 1898

y he futentim fleujomii ROBERT GOOD Editor and Prop VALENTINE NEBRASKA To all women There is no such thing as a bargain In cigars In the meantime bets are about even as to whether Li Hung Chang retains his yellow jacket or not Inventor Koely s air ship will fly wo feel sure just as booh as he perfects a few trifling details in his motor A scientific expert says that 00 per cent of mushrooms is water The oth er 10 per cent of course is toadstools It is not true that Hannis Taylor is going to be the first president of Cuba Libre aft r the acknowledgment of in dependence John Daly the ex political Irish pris oner has had the freedom of Boston ex tended to him In his case it Is more than a mere compliment If as Astronomer Fait reiterates a comet will hit the earth on Not 13 1899 it will be a striking coincidence with 13 being an unlucky number Selling a Kentucky steed for 60000 might be used as evidence that if the luck in one horseshoe Is doubtful theres something In four of them With ...

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 — 20 January 1898

a r f i 3 7 H M 1 U I N l If I U 4 J i i If i i r A j W H s Is re f W f ti I - I 1 1 i I til ft l ft St v 1 Tll MMI Illll SffifflsassssfflHfflafflHffiffls A FARMER FOR LOVE mm gf H E N Elliott R a y m o n d bought a farm In Flint valley it was not be cause he intend ed going into ag riculture or be cause he want ed to be quoted as gentleman farmer it was because lie had money he didnt know what to do with Hurrying down to the station one morning to catch the train in order to join the first meet of the Flint Valley Hunt Club he ran against his broker who stopped him long enough to say Great Northeastern went up any umber of points yesterday We sold Ill send you a check for 4000 to day On the train Elliott had time to think over several business matters among them the rise in Northeastern Four thousand was a small sum to Elliott ilaymond but still he didnt know what to do with it Banks were pay lug only 3 General Metallic was away down Real estate was low and it was still a problem w...

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 — 20 January 1898

s 4 he fahnfitu enfocrit ROBERT GOOD Editor and Prop VALENTINE - NEBRASKA DISTRIBUTES RELIEF LEE EXPLAINS DELAY IN RE CEIVING SUPPLIES Horrible Crime of a New York Man Butchers His Wife ami Two Children With a Hatchet and Then Suicides Other Items Lee Distributes Relief Washington The state dopartment has taken official notice of complaints al leging that the Spanish officials in Cuba Had been placing obstacles in the way of the free admission of fond aud other sup plies sent toICuba for the relief of the suf fering A cablegram was sent to Consul General Lee Monday morning rtirertinsr him to investigate their correctness and if necessary prevent any delays in the land ing and admission of stores if it be possi ble to do so The following statement is a summary of his response The delay in the delivery ot the sup plies brought by the Concho a week ago was due to the disturbance cf the past few lays n Havana The Yillicencia carry ing supplies from Philadelphia only ar rived today and t...

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 — 20 January 1898

w m II v h i IV iF T I r V faep t r I U W m T McNiit Bros PO Brownlee Neb Rlgbt or left sldo Horses same on left shoulder Earmark Swal low tell clip right or left ear Range Big Creek W jzZm -T yy5p f B Jl John H Harnan -- Brownlee Neb Also and AE be m Horses on left shoulder Range Goose Creek and -North Loud Marshall Wblfcnden Kennedy Neb Some s on the left hip Horses - on left shoulder rninrt is small Earmark Quarter clip behind half cir cle forward on lclt ear Itange Lone Trt Lake rTwutouj r f Ml Loui F Richards Meiriman Neb Charles Richards Uierrlmaii Neb FcCR TV R Kissel aim Brownlee Neb Also some below left bin Also m right hip Jfcinge Kissels Ranch Thomas Farren Rosebud S D ID 1183 either left side or hip FrorpF on left Horses slloulder Range bead of Antelope TcF j Wheeler Bros Wtsa I Cody Neb Range on the Snake River and Chamber lain flat Louis J Richards Merrlman Neb Charles H Faulhaber i IS Paul Didier Rosebud S D Horses P Cattle bole in each ear Range Big and Little White ...

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 — 20 January 1898

M A i s 1 E V i I ii i y Itvi i I M Li TELL HER SO Amid llie rares of married life In spite of toil and business strife If you value jour sweet wife Tell her so Prove to her you dont forget Tin bond to which your seal is set SheH of lifes sweets the sweetest yet Tell her so When days are dark aud deeply blue She has her troubles same as you Show her that your love is true Tell her so There was time you thought it bliss To get the favor of one kiss A dozen now wont come amiss Tell her so Your love for her is no mistake You feel it dreaming or awake Dont conceal it For her sake Tell her so Dont act if she has passed her prime As though to please her were a crime If eer you loved her nows the time Tell her so Shell return for each caress An hundredfold of tenderness Hearts like hers were made to blpss Tell her so You are hers and hers alone Well you know shes all your own Dont wait to carve it on a stone Tell her so Never let her heart grow cold Richer beauties will unfqld She is worth...

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