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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 20 January 1898

L i b r 1 i i A Hoods Sarsaparilla Absolutely cures scrofula Salt rheum Dyspepsia rheumatism Catarrh and all diseases Originating in or promoted By impure blood It is The great nerve tonic Stomach regulator and Strength builder A Puzzle Map OF THE UNSTED STATES CCMT POrCTOANY ADDRESS UPON RECEIPT OF Five Two -Cent Stamps TO COVER THE COST OF MAILING BEST INSTRUCTOR in geography ever seen Interests the children and teaches them the geography of their own country in a practical and lasting manner Not more than one sent to one address Write to F H LORD General Passenger and Ticket Agent Chicago Great Western Railway QUINCY BUILDING CHICAGO ILL t3TFor information as to Low Railway Rates Maps Pamphlets etc ad dross the Department of the Interi or Ottawa Cannda or 0 J BROUGHTON 1223 Mo nadnock Buildinc Chicago III W V BENNETT US New York Life Buildlrc Omaha Neb He Was or Secondary Importance Perkins your wife seems very de voted to her flowers Devoted Well sir many an Octo ber night that ...

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 — 20 January 1898

u BBf3sS jfeES6STftf73Saefsr THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT fEOBEET GOOD Editor aul Publisher i Official Paper of Cherry Cpun ty Kebrkfi lO0 JPer Yettr in Advance rUnLIbllEDfiYERX TOURSDJLY nlred at ifcc Post office at Valentine Cherry ocuinty Nehra ska asHecomr ckiss matter This paper will be mailed regularly ffco its snbooribers until a definite order co discontinue ia received aud all ar rears are paid in full v A BRYANi DEMOCRATS VIEW The great sensation of the week in political circles was a letter to the New York Journal from Arthur MJwen headed A Bryan Democrats View of ilr Jlryau This artiele was a Btrong arraignment of 16 to 1 and its value arises principally tretn the fact that the journal was the -only metro politan paper that supported Bryan in the presidential campaign and MEwen is one of the editorial wi iters of the sheet As an item of interest to our readers we uive below a small portion of the article which will give a good idea of the whole thing which was about three colu...

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 — 27 January 1898

v 4 w kJ 1 1 TL I r y VOL 3HL OWMOREY frATOHMAKEE - AND - JEWELEE Fine line of plain and fancy jew elry constantly on hand Repairing promptly executed and done in the beat mannor Full line of sporting goods THIS AND THAT Comina Eventa GrcundboR Day February 2 HI Valentines Day February 14 Assessors Mvetiug March 15 C ft Glover visited with his mother in Aurora last week C B Cornell returned from his trip to Omaha Saturday night W G Ballard of Woodlake was in town on business on Saturday Mrs V J Cook returned last Fri day from her visit at the post Wanted A billy goat Address 1 Mks L W Handy Mis Hornby and Mrs Sparks re turned from their visit west Sunday Qoraing Horace Boyd of Xorth Carolina is here visiting friends at the Fort for a itfew weeks Mrs Walter Mosely of Ainsworth Tisited with her husband here several days during the past week It is officially reported that the new school house will be completed by the 15tb ot February This is good news Miss Mary Watson who ie teaching s...

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 — 27 January 1898

I I WL I j i f ip i V 4ee J Pu fkkntine tvottnl 110BKRT GOOD Editor and Prop VALENTINE - NEBRASKA China is sorry now that she ever in vented gunpowder Perhaps It would be more appropriate to call him President Clam of Haytl Young Edison says he has discovered a photograph of thought Is it a good newspaper As regards the license question Bos ton remains an island completely sur rounded by water The pension list is a roll of honor If l isnt it should bt Why should any one object to its publication A girl may turn up her nose at the mistletoe idea but thats no reason why Che shouldnt be kissed right beneath it Japan rises to call attention to the fact that she didnt thrash China solely for the beneflt of Germany Russia and England A Virginia statesman has introduced a bill to prohibit flirting The best way to accomplish this reform would be to repeal the laws of nature A Washington letter says that the new silver certificate will be a work of art It will take another kind of work howev...

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 — 27 January 1898

s U K s h v i r A li v I 1 I i r R i I 8 ft A rf Ki 1 1 1 J t v 7 h i 1 V- MWWSa EtJ 93iifkilt hvv BfeisrWftHIHA 5 JKF iVfff SKHfciVtlV Convenient Salt Box Farmers and stockmen agree that -stock ought to have either a quantity lof salt mingled in their feed or else fed to them direct A writer in the Iowa Homestead who has experiment ed with several kinds of salt boxes j gives the following illustrated descrip tion of one that is especially designed for horses and cows The illustration here produced requires but little expla nation It may be placed up against the fence or on the side of the bam or shed It is filled with salt and an opening placed inthe front as will be seen from the sketch The lad is hung on hinges and is kept weighed down by an old horse shoe which is for luck The stock soon Eliy - B l I SAIT BOX FOU COWS AND HORSES learn to lift up the lid and help them selves and as soon as they are done it will return to position again to exclude rain This is a much better plan t...

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 — 27 January 1898

A THE MH DOINGS SUMMARY OF LATE NEWS BY WIRE ORDERED TO HAVANA A BATTLE SHIP TO MAKE A FRIENDLY CALL Secretary L ong Say Action Is Not Due to Disturbing News De Lome Sees no Harm in Maine Going to Cuban Waters Warship Ordered To Cuba The battleship Maine has beenorcierei to Havana It was said at the navy de partment Monday that no disturbing uowa has been received fioin theie but that the movement is rather in the line of the resumption of the free intercourse of our naval vessels in Cuban waters tho same as prevailed prior to their with drawal on account of the outbreak of hostilities Secretary of the Navy Long said So fatrfrom there being any foundation for the rumors Sunday of trouble at Ha vana matters are now in such a condition That our vessels are going to resume friendly calls at Cuban ports and go in and out just as the vessels of other nations do The Maine will go in a day or two on just such a visit The department lias issued orders for the vessels to attendants celebrati...

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 — 27 January 1898

i r t i lb if 6 r kvs t V t V f JlcNiitBros P O Brownlco Neb RIphfcnrlAft cfrf Horses same on leit snoamer Eannark Swal low tall clip right or left ear Range Big Creek Swr U sogg I I us l i v - v SslQts Horses Cattle hole In each ear Ranee Blc and Little White Rivers Yh 1 JUHr IB J John H Harnan Brownlee Neb Also and AE be El Horses on left shoulder Hunge Goose Creek and Isorth Louo Marshall Wolfenden Kennedy Neb Some s on the left hip Hordes on left Bhouldor Knuitl is small Knrnmrk Quarter clij behind half cir clf forward on leltear liange Lone T e Lake cIIs r Loui F Richard t Mcrriman Neb Charles Richards iiensmaii Neb CCRJ W R Kissel Brownlee Neb Also some below lelt bin Also gi right hip Bange Kissels Bunch Thomas Farren Rosebud S D ID 1183 either left side or hip Horses F on left shoulder Range head of Antelope Wheeler Bros Cody Neb Range on the Snake River and Chamber lain flat Louis J Richard Merrlman Neb T Hi Charles H Faulhaber Paul Didier Rosebud S D Brownlee Nebr Either r...

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 — 27 January 1898

n sxjEsg - I LOVE YOU 6I1C climbed upon my willing knee And softly whispered unto me I love you Her dainty arms wore round my neck Her sunny curls were in my face And in her tender eyes I saw The kouI of innocence and grace And like a sunbeam gliding through The clouds that hide the skies of blue Her smile found access to my heart And bade the shadows all depart O moment of apocalypse In which I saw the stately ships That erstwhile sailed away from me Come riding back across the sea 1 would you might return and stay Within my lonely heart alway -God bless the darling little child Who looked up in my face and smiled And wrought into my heart a spell More sweet than songs of Israel O angels listen while I pray That you will make her life as sweet As that brief moment was to me Wheneer I heard her lips repeat I love you -Family Mail Bag THE CHAPLAINS STORY liSi rsmm liJ Ira W It iK IM BOURN and I were boys together at Westminster we went to Oxford to getherto Balliol we took our degree...

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 — 27 January 1898

lU K 4 K I r a i c - tv i Y j i P r f ii A ti i r I r I A - tH5 n i 4t M 1 rft Li i V J 5 X SJSS OK8 XJOYS Both tho method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste and acts Esntly yet promptly on the Kidneys iver 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 stomach prompt in its action and trulv beneficial in its effects prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances 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 NY FREIGHT PAIDffSfSSiSMIW ad C...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 27 January 1898

im u ii s Yi h i l I V y - miajv Official Piper of Cherry boun ty XbriiMka 260 Fur 1eur in Advance PUBLIIjUliD EVEUlf THURSDAY Lul r4attrelosnomceatyaIentmeCberry tioe ju thy eVcUj lne cro prospect VMltoVj Tula paper will b mailed regularly fco iU subSvnbura until a definite order 5o disroutinue 13 received and ali ar rears are paid iu full BIQHLY The 3tockhudtrj ot the iJaveuuurt VToolen Hub leently held their an mm meeting Fxum a nport of the meeting furnished by ihe Itepubliean ut taut city the following is taken A or d per criit svs de cla i tho ehtabiiintrfit ivn g j aid 0 jpy coat in diviaiiit m lue last Jour years Thu leanaaer dut11 not an ticipate a very prolitaoir y ivc w iayo u the price of uaiiutacltivd sjoutvo is i f Vool has aavanc d j per eem and the manufaotured article about 2J per ceut Ttie cuinpauT now intetido to bbut dovvn temporarily a thing whien huB not beeu done n the estabhh Juent for y3ua Mr Jennings i Alrmly convinced that the Wilsonlfinlil bill was more j...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 3 February 1898

A KJ ivi ft- VI- to i 4 - fc 14 h j c f t - f JK If i - K ll f 1 A c s F - 5- 1 t THE VOL XIII OWMOREY -WATCHMAKER - AMD - JEWHER Fine line -of plain and fancy jew elry constantly on hand Repairing promptly executed and done in the best manner Full Sine of sporting goods THIS AND THAT Comino JSvnutH Jlcno Novelty Co--February 4 Liucolns Birthday February 12 St Valentine Day February 14 Washingtons Birthday February 22 Assessors Sleeting Alarch 15 Valentines from 1 cent np at Morey3 2 Nat King has been spending the -week at home George Traccwell and daughter are visiting in Iowa Katie Noble has returned from -visit to Kansas her Albert Nenzel of Nenzel was in town yesterday Al Thacher is doing iots of business up the road nowadays Cmicand sentimental valentines by the scorcat 0 W Moreys The Gherry County iBank moved in to its new quarters Monday Born To G M Lynn and wife Th ursday January 27 a girl Prof D C Nelson and daughter -of Cody was in town Tuesday - Three more girls -added to...

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 — 3 February 1898

H M 1 1 r ir Hf tye ilentitw mQimt ItOIJEItT GOOD Editor and Prop VALENTINE NEBRASKA Of course the Christianizing of China vill be accomplished by the nation with the biggest guns A bird in the bush is worth ten in the lat is the new motto suggested to the Audubon Society Some innocent contemporary suggests H sonna thrashing for pugilists Pugilists are used to thrashing sound Young Loiter has made several for tunes out of the late wheat deal He flidnt hide his light under millions of bushels A fashion journal says The old fashioned bustle is coming forward igain Thats no way for a bustle to behavo A press dispatch says that Van Wyck was inaugurated Mayor of New York without pomp Where was Pomp What shall we do with our ex-Presidents asks a Western paper How would it do to offer more liberal prizes at the baby shows The CourierJournal notes that a lead ing merchant of Louisville has gone flown under the bitter pill of advers ity Where is he now More testimony on the once debated poin...

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 — 3 February 1898

r 7 f i i 1 w I m IS in i I F CLOCKS PART IN A TRAGEDY Ancicnt Kentucky Timepiece -with Which Goes a Grnc8onic Story Seven miles east of Bardstown Ky in what is known as the Beech Grove neighborhood dwells Nathan Colerain 1 VBM a widower of ad vanced years and his maiden sister who is now past middle life The Colerain residence is an old-fashioned unpretentious farmhouse Miss Patsy Col erain or Aunt Patsy as she is familiarly known to her neighbors and friends is a woman of refine ment bearing traces of youthful sflftvV beauty She Is H u UN oulet and tde old clock trusive and has pot gone beyond the pale of her own yard for over thirty years There is a pagic history connected with her es trangement from the world 5 In the spacious hall of the Colerain homestead stands a clock an affair of the grandfather spe jcies This timepiece is over a century old and is a quaint looking object The pendulum has been motionless and the elaborately carved brass hands have THE COLERAIN RESIDENCE nev...

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 — 3 February 1898

i i F x THIS WIDE WORLD INTELLIGENCE FROM PARTS ALL KILLED IN THE HOUSE DECLARES FOR GOLD BY VOTE OF 182 TO 132 Reported Adversely Early in the Session by Ways and Means Com mitteeDebate Lasted All Day Vote Taken Late in Afternoon Teller Resolution Defeated There was great activity among the leaders on both sides of the house of con gress before it met Monday in anticipation of a very exciting debate over the Teller resolution declaring bonds of the United States payable in gold or silver at the option of the government which those in control had decided to knock out before sundown The members had been noti fied in advance and the attendance on both side3 was very large Immediately after the reading of the journal Dingly Repub lican of Maine chairman of the ways and means committee reported back the reso lution with the recommendation that it be not passed Mr Henderson Republican of Iowa one of the leaders of the majority then presented a special order agreed upon by the committee o...

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 — 3 February 1898

i I I i t I I r A r f p o ffi licNiit Bros rownleeUeb ElJt or left side Horses same on loft shoulder Earmafck Swal low toll blp right or left ear BangoSJlg Creek - Horses S on left shoulder found is small Karmark Quarter clip behind half ar ch forward on left ear llauge Lone T ie Lake Thomas Farren Rosebud S D ID 1183 either left side or hip RnwF on left Horses sll0Uider Range head of Antelope y ar a TTmiHt iwri nr rW if fsOF itftt4EqriP 5a JlBff3Wffia Rosebud S D Horses Cattle nolo In each ear Ranee Bie and Little White Rivers lCUfy B psj John II Harnaii ggjgteKgaygrji Brownlee Neb AloAI7and bQ 3fe9 Horses on left cl shoulder laigeowio Creek and 2orth Loup Marshall Wolfcnden Kennedy Neb Some s on the Ieft7S5S Loui F Richards Meiriman Neb Charles Richard lueuimaii Neb ccr W R Kissel f mB iwMxtMMh Brownlee Neb Also some below lelt hin Also Range Kissels Jtaucn W OF J Wheeler Bros Cody Neb Ranee on the Snake River and Chamber lain flat Louis J Richards Merrlman Neb j Charles H Faulhab...

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 — 3 February 1898

kv m ij tl TILLMAN GRANTnad come to the end jot his tether and he knpvv it He made no fuss about the matter andany of his frelnds who met bim that eveningcould not have told fporn his manner that anything was wrong Grant had taken big chances to increase his fortune and now be real ized that the jig was up exposure might come in a week or it might be de lated for a month but it was sure to ynie unless he had 1000 in hard cash and that amount he knew he could not get Of course if exposure could have been staved off for some years every thing might come out all right old Monckton might die and young Monck ton come into the business Old Monckton Grants employer was a hard hearted skinflint who would have no mercy when investigation showed that his assistant was a de faulter He was hard even to his own son and it wasnt likely that he would show mercy to one who was no relative of his On the other hand Stillman Grant who was a calculating young fellow had many times helped young Monck to...

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 — 3 February 1898

f t i I M n Y Established fc 1780 Bakers Chocolate tf celebrated for more j than a century as a delicious nutritious 3 and flesh forming beverage has our well known Yellow Label ff on the front of every package and our trade markLaBelle x Chocolatiereonthe 3 back gi 3 g WALTER BAKER CO Ltd NONE OTHER QENUINE MADE ONLY QY Dorchester Mass 5 jt3t3j3itSJt2tat3t2t2t2tit5tSt Not So Great Simkins Niagara Falls Is certainly a wonderful example of natures handi work Timkins Oh I dont know Its merely a drop of water When a Girl Grows Up She has ceased to believe theres a man in the moon But she cant set out of her head The old idea that there is oue In hiding under the bed A New Crazy Sect in Connecticnt A lot of fanatics In tbo State recently iin merscd an old rheumatic woman bodily In the water to heal her as they said She nearly died In consequence EIow much bet tcr it would have been to have treated the poor old woman for her Infirmity with Uos tetters Stomach Bitters which not only cures...

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 — 3 February 1898

U I u r iiffSHi t ty Sets yjyKacrBS3aESj3r ianv7 irdi g 1THE VALENTINE DEK10GRAT -1 i - i hi ROBERT GOOD Editor and Publisher - Oliiciul ier of Cherry Coun ty Kcferaskn 100 JPcr 1 eccr in Advanef 1 i 1 i - - - 11 - r PUBUbHED EVJ2KY ffcCtiSDAl Knprti a I ho IVwt omce at ileutiuc Obrri comity ebra sfcacas Secoud chws mailer Thff s paper will -be mailed regurh 0 its subscribers untilu definite ordei to discoutince rs received and all ar rears are paid in full 1 - 7 n Che injunction against the World iliorald issued by J uUge ICeysttr has been dissolved by tfctit f entleman after deliberation and ehe -press i tdcq mora at libsrty to pursue the weu tonor of its way with aio fears o injunctiens Groundhog day yesterday was brightand sunny but nolvery warm The groundhog retired his hole m fright after gazing contemplatively at his shadow and there will remain fqr sic weeks while tve poor mortals who have no biding place will be pelled to face the storms It ia quite generally admitted that ...

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 — 10 February 1898

g IV 1 k fe j M P 1 I 1 n a i it ft T v 1 i r FHE vol xni OWMOREY flATQHMAKER - AND - JEWELEE Fine line -of plain and fancy dry constantly on hand Ilepairing promjtly executed and done in the best manner Full line of sporting goods THIS AND THAT Comlnu UvaitH LlucrSns Birthday February 12 t -Valentines Day February 14 Washingtons Birthday February 22 Assessors Meeting -March 15 Valentines at Moreys 2 Supplement this week Valentines from 1 cent up at Morey3 2 Tom Malonesaittlegirlis ill with lung fever Jacob Emmick of Woodlaks was in town Tuesday Jb II Johnston of Chadron was in town yesterday Lottie Do rr is the proud possessor of a fine new bicycle Mrs Kigore of Arabia was shop ping in town Saturday Cjmicand sentimental valentines by the score at O V Moreys 2 Jessie Sageser has been quite ill but is now able to attend school A new sidewalk is being built front of J 11 Yeasts lesideuce JsjSiaftaaJU m Prof G II Seager of Cody wa3 in town a couple ot days this week Mrs Kief of Arabia ...

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 — 10 February 1898

K u I H I Ess 2an ttfl fit nhniim jjqocrat ROBERT GOOD Editor and Prop VALENTINE r xstemmigzpam NEBRASKA And now they say mat icniocnou is only one word Well it isnt anything to be sneezed at anyhow Depend on the bargain instinct word ing out in the sex A society leader has marked down New Yorks 400 to 150 Japan with its hat one side and its eye cocked as natural as life is doing all it can to give Russia a hint that its loaded for bear Whichever of the powers may par ticularly advance in the East there is more than a chance in any case of China losing ground The stomach may not be a vital or gan as certain ambitious carvers de clare but you must take good care of it if you expect to live long and be happy An attache of Barnums circus writes from London that it costs 19 a day to feed an elephant in England It prob ably costs more than that to see one in London however The West and Northwest says the Louisville Courier Journal are now leading every other part of the United States in ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
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