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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 24 February 1898

l t a LW t w T V A - - A Young Womanhood s Sweet young- girls How often they develop into worn listless and hope less women because mother has not impressed upon them the jrou an imitation be hones cJTkJ importance of - - attending- to physical de velopment No woman is exempt from physi cal weak ness and per iodical pain and joung girls just budding in to woman hood should he ffirided EiaBmEsTTs x ly as well as morally If you know of any young lady who is sick and needs motherly advice ask her to address Mrs Pinkham at Lynn Mass and tell every detail of her symp toms surroundings and occupations She will get advice from a source that has no rival in experience of womens ills Tell her to keep nothing hack i ITnr slnitr Csssv told to woman not to a RSIfW man Do r Dt ViTif I UtlU14Jl UV tails thai she may not wish to men- 13 f nnlf which are essential to a full understanding of her case and if she is frank help is certain to come m H rrrftrsaiTi -hit imv ui hiiiii i nr twt ti twrrwrff ...

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 — 24 February 1898

v 49B THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT EOBEET GOOD Editor and Publisher Oficial Paper of Cherry Coun ty Kebraska iOO JPer Yeur in Advanee PUBLISHED EVERY THUKSDATf Entered at t he Post office at Valentine Cherry county Nebraska as Second class matter A flag staff surmounts the postoflice the weather bureau aDd the land office but the Indian- supply depot has neither staff- n or flag Steps should be taken to have a large staff erected on or near this important government office A little row has been starred down in Holt county by the two factions- of the populist party One- of the factions is booming M P Harrington for the gubernatioral nomination and the other is standing by Superintend ent Jackson who desires a second term While looking over some old papers the othet day we ran across a relic a copy of the fist ticket we ever voted It was a- primary ticket and as we looked over the names thereon what memories floated through our mind How proud and manly we felt as we walkedjto thejpolls in t...

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 — 3 March 1898

1 t P W Prudenor Merriraan was in town aifew hours yesterday J if Guth is building a neat bare onthesreur of his residence lots C3DViehof and wifti are making thisjilace their headquarters again Dr IE M Hooper of Ft Smith Ark registered at the Gity Hotel yesterday Lee uayporte was in the west part of thecounty on business Saturday Wffi Pullman and J A Yaryan of Pullman were in -town on a business trip Tuesday Go to Cornell Kail Thursday night and see -the Bed mend Company New songsnew dances Matt House has moved into town and is occupying the Geo Beerhouse on west Virginia street Stone is being cut for the purpose of finishing the coping su the north front of T C Hornbys slore Evan and Hugh Edwards of Sparks were in town yesterday Mr Edwards is moving to Ainsworth lj Li Bivens has accepted a position ns ierk in T C Hornbys store suc ceeding Norval Pfunder The ftev T M Bates holds regular services at the Episcopal church Sun clay morning and evening The sidewalk from the old school h...

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 March 1898

DOGSOFWARGROWL Belief that a Conflict with Spain Is Inevitable Iffl IDEE THE MAINE Destruction Said to Be Beyond the Power cf a Torpedo DISASTER Ml 10 DISM -American People Believe the Span iards Are Cuilty Most Reliable Advicc9 Pending OHIciul Reports Are to the KflTcct that the Ill Fatcd Ship IMct with Poul Ilay Senators and licprcsenta tivcBat Washington Ilccome Aroused Governors of 211 any t tates Offer Troops Crisis in Our National Ilia tory Since tne terrible destruction of thp LattIeship Maine iu Havana Jrurbor the United States has leen facing the gravest crisis of the last thirty years of its his tory The people have been stirred by the disaster as they have not been since ihe close nf the war for the Union From J the South from the North and from the far West have come magnificent outbursts of national sentiment showing how pro foundly this great nation is agitated The Maine was one of the finest bnttie ships afloat one of the most perfect in -construction one of the most ...

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 March 1898

a- Y S 1 H 53 IIE G overninent a s completed the expenditure of 1000000 and nine years work in converting 235 acres of rolling but barren Indi ana land into a city for men who participated in her conflicts The work was to have been -completed by the first of last year but there were delays which set It back In this delightful retreat over 2000 men in blue many without arms oth ers without legs are huddled together to let tthe sands of life run out The Fifty first Congress passed the 1111 of Congressman George W Steel -appropriating 200000 for a national soldiers home to be built at Marlon Tad This was approved Jan 23 1888 IA 235icre tract of land belonging to a farmer named Unthink was selected and the work of construction begun Previous to this act of Congress there nvere six national homes of soldiers -and sailors and over twenty State homes These institutions however were crowded and there was urgent necessity to either enlarge them ma terially or erect a new national home jThe s...

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 March 1898

aaaafe1 WW iMlfUMT JIMH d milllj isr fc foe dentine mipipjA ROBERT GQPD Editor and Prop VALENTINE NEBRASKA EIGHT WITH BANDITS BAYARD BANK ROBBERS FIRE ON SHERIFFS POSSE The Battle Is Kept Up for Several MilesTwo of the Pursuing Party Have Their Horses Shot from Un der Them Other Items Bayard Bank Robbers - A sheriffs posse had a running fight for two hours Sunday afternoon with two desperate characters supposed to be the two bandits who held up the bank at Saturday and secured about 500 in money The posse of five men came upon two well mounted men near the South Dakota line They were within calling distance of the men when the two suddenly turned in their saddles and be gan firing at their pursuers with their rifles Their shots were returned Both were riding hard at the time The fight continued for several miles when the shots of the rob bers brought down two horses of the pur suers and wounded Deputy Royce This put an end to the pursuit The bandits were cool and fired their rifles ...

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 March 1898

Y 4 STOCK BRANDS - iUetzirer Bros r ill n iJ Hv Kg V Right ear cropped jioie in ceiucr ui mil Bar Range Lake creek pD i - flWBnfcpi uiM JiMi3 1 Y Rosebud SJ Lertsldc Horses same on left shoulder Deerhorn clip on Some cattle Merriman Neb Cattle branded on left side Some on lnp also Earmark round hole in center ot Id tear Also use 0K3E m X rmiman Neb Clierrj Co Brand on left side and thigh Earmark square crop right ear Southern hranded cattle have but one brand on left side Native cattle have throat wattle ItaiiKe on Gordon and Snake Creeks Horses havo same brandfon left thigh A Ilctcartl of KHt will be paid to any person for information leading to the arrest and final conviction of any person or persons steal ting cattle with above brand Joseph W Bownet P O address Merriman Nebr 7 a VTtT i Till lllMS William M Dunbar Lessee fiom Heine Kroeger Cody Neb IUn KUJjcr side A Is J Henry vPr low on right Left ear ol cattle Split liange heaa oi nay Creek Vr itt y V William Shangren iv- Cody N...

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 March 1898

m f SiSfflllffiiiffiffiffiKffiHSffifflfflffiffiffiBHIlSI 33 S 2Q 47 Adventure in Valparaiso O W to HfflfflHfflSffiHSffifflaSfflffifflfflffifflffiS Twas a bright morning in the sum mer of GO said Capt Handy that Jack Bolles and I a couple of boys not yet 20 years old were discharged in Val paraiso from the whaling bark Golcon da of New Bedford with a hundred and ten dollars apiece in gold condors in our pockets All the romance of whaling in the South Seas and its at tendant dangers which had tilled our imaginations when we shipped as green hands at the 190th lay had been ef fectually dissipated by the greasy real ities of blanket and hawse pieces cutting up in the blubber room down scraps and trying out sup plemented by a ten hours pull in the boats every other day poor food and rough if not brutal treatment from the officers So as we stood that morning on the jetty clinking the money in our pock ets and watching our old ship disappear in the offing we felt indeed monarchs of all we ...

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 March 1898

ft L Womanly Sympathy Mr Brown Terrible tragedy at a bargain counter A woman -who bad secured the last five yards of cheap silk was shot by another -woman who had been -waiting from midnight without having a chance togct any Mrs Brown Poor thing Surely they wont do anything to her will they John Must Have Been a Good Sleeper Miss Passee 1 assure you I have lived only eighteen short years Old Grumpy Where were you the restoC the time MiVHnnnHBMIBMMMPHaBaHUMBMlHHMaMMHMMH Americas Greatest Medicine Greatest Because Bools Sarsaparilla does what all other medicines fail to do As an instance of its peculiar and unusual curative power consider the most insidious disease and the disease which taints the blood of most people producing incalculable suffering t many while in others it is a latent tin liable to burst into activity and produce untold misery on the least provocation SCFOfllla is the only ailment to which the human family is subject of which the above sweeping statement can honest...

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 March 1898

i THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT 0BEBT GOOD Editor and Publisher Official Paper of Cherry ty Nebraska 100 Ber Yeur in Advance rUBI4bHPD EVERY THURSDAY Entered at the PosKiffloe at ValentineiClierry eounty Nebraska as Second class matter This paper will te mailed regularly to its subocribers until a definite order to discontinue is received and all ar rears are paid in full An Ohio man has invented a con tribution box with a bell attached If you drop in a penny it will ring slight ly if you drop in a nickel it will rang louder if you drop in a dollar it will cail out the -fire department and a -brass band A womans character has beenSiken 4ed to a postage stamp one black mark jjuics it Mans like a treasury note no matter how many stains it will pass at par When a woman falls from grace her character is generally ruined forever On the other hand a man may straighten up and be re ceived into society again All of which is too true but being true does not make it right remarks an ex change Alread...

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 March 1898

r - v fir I i - Vx H - t4t t ft rT K - V I Y - x V - r THE VALENTIKE DEMOCRAT VOL XIII OWMOREY iATOHMAKEB - AND - JETOEB JFine line of plain and fancyjew elry constantly on hand Repairing promptly executed and done in the beBt manner Full line of sporting goods THIS AND THAT CominQ Events Jledmond Company March 10 41 is Assessors Meeting - March 16 County Commissioners Marches Village Election April 5 lister Sunday April 10 Municipalelection Tuesday April A E Thacher visited Crawfopd Chas oob closed bis school in west p -of the cotraty one weeK Friday and is visiting at home week HwvV f f ci JiJ f on business Sunday Wanted A good cook at -once at Valentine House Amos Randall was over from on business Tuesday The Rev Faverty preached at the Presbyterian church Sunday Mrs F A Swan of Woodlake was in town Monday on business H Cornell contemplates repainting the court house building soon J W Stetter i8e5pected home from Virginia abmt thejfirst of April Wanted A good cook Apply at Valent...

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 March 1898

I i i n I M - i i he fahntine gnfund j 310BEKT GOOD E dltor and Prop VALENTINE Well leak i iiimmii y NEBRASKA anyway how can a dry dock They had 920 duels in Italy last year land only one fatality -which on the nvhole seems a pity The dogs of war are still included In the list of our dumb animals It is well Their bite is -worse than their bark A desire for success is natural Even jthe hunter who was chased to camp Ifrom the woods was glad he came out little ahead Theyve begun hanging criminals off thand at Klondike It may not be ex actly civilization but It shows deva luing influences are at -work Follow your bent says President lAndrewtf in a magazine article But some men are so badly bent that con tables have to do the following The sauce cook in the kitchen draws a salary of J300 a Ixnonth In this case it pays better to cook the sauce than to sauce the cook One of the pressing needs of the itimes is a currency reform which will Jbe effectual in restraining bank cash iers from get...

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 — 10 March 1898

X y if m v E Ist X T PXTO S THE PROSPERITY FRAUD The monopoly organs arc having much to say these days about the i4ie nomenal exports and favorable bal ance of trade during the last fiscal year The facts they present are inter esting and in a manner instructive but what good reason the shouters for Mc Tvinleyism have for parading them with so much boasting is one of the things that no fellow can find out The value of domestic merchandise ex ported was 1032007G03 The near est approach to this was 1015732011 In 1S92 The excess of merchandise ex ports over merchandise imports was 2S020i144 The nearest approach to this was 2G4U1GJG in 1879 and the excess of exports was never greater than 200000000 but live times before last year with the exception of only three years the imports exceeded the exports from 1S44 until after the panic of 1S73 Our exports of agricultural fiscal year were GS9 755193 or GGS4 per cent of the total The increase as compared with 189G was 115350929 or about 20 per...

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 — 10 March 1898

i i S m I hi THIS UD E WORLD INTELLIGENCE FROM ALL PARTS CHANGES HER MUSI REQUEST FOR LEES RECALL WITHDRAVN BY SPAIN Petition of tho Dons Was Merely Suggestion to This Government Was Never Made as a Demand Incident Believed to Be Closed Spnin Withdraws Her Request Spain has withdrawn her request for the recall of Consul General Lee It is be lieved the incident is practically closed Minister Woodford notified the govern ment of the fact late Monday It is now staled that the request was never put in -the shape of a demand but merely as a suggestion on the part of Spain and when she found it would not be pleasantly re ceived by this country she promptly re ceded The Spanish objection to Lee is based largely on his sympathy for Cuba his utterances of which found their way intc print It is understood the Spaniards alsc take exceptions to the friendly relations between Lee and the correspondents oi papers which have been decidedly un friendly to Spain The complaint against the sending oi ...

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 — 10 March 1898

a 4 f w y STOCK BRANDS Metzger Bros i -Br in i ii i - T E7 1 L 1 S H Wl 1 1 - Jf7Aj 1ml lBmmmmmmm y iin Rosebud S D Left side Horses same on left shoulder cUp on some cattle mbJ J1 TtgiSfrKriiiyjrraTttrrl Rosebud S D On left side Horses branded -same on left hip or n Range on flose y - - Pullman Neb Cherry Co JJranci on lert tide and tliijjh Eannarlc sQiiare crop rlKht ear bouuiern Drandca iCiiUlu have but one I brand on leftside Native oattle liave It It coat wattle Ilanue on liunloii and hliake Creeks Horses have same brandon left thigh A Rctaara of imt will be paid to any person for information leading to flit arrest and final conviction of attv person or persons steal ing cattle with above brand Joseph W Bownct P O address Merriman Nebr Highf oar cropped Hole in center of left Range Lake creek S D f BfSBI I 1 JL Wl William M Dunbar Lessee liom Heine Kroeger Cody Neb DUn Either side Alsr Jack Le Point Merriman Neb Cattle branded on left side Some on lupalso Kafmark round hole i n...

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 — 10 March 1898

1 rSjgssae Ifr - - KISSING the rod O heart of mine we shouldnt Worry so What weve missed of calm we couldnt Have you know What weve met of stormy pain And of sorrows driving rain j We can belter meet again - If it hlow i x - Wc have erred in that dark -hour We have known t When our tears fell with the shower All alone Were not shine and shower blent As the gracious Master meant Xct us temper our content J With His own lFor we know not every morrow Can be sad So forgetting all the sorrow We have had Let us fold away our fears And put by our foolish tears And through all the coming years Just be glad James Whitcomb Riley r THE OTHER ONE m FT1 tei r mm mm VERY marriage is hazardous but I can conceive of no greater risk than was taken by that same handsome mild mannered woai an Judge Watson was speaking of a smiling ele gantly dressed lady -whom he had just bowed out of his office and to her car- She look to doesnt me like ne who had gone through many sev ere trials in life I am thinkin...

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 — 10 March 1898

LOPe OKB OTOYS F p 1 I v L I 1 Iv TBs fCj p2SP S 22r ssslllLli Pi w j f 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 stomach prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects prepared only from the most liealthyand 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 band will pro cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute CALIFORNIA FW SYRUP CO C SAN FRANCISCO CAL LOUISVIUE M NEW YORK NY 9eeci CLOVER SEED 0 Largest growers or Grau fJiu Clover Seeds p...

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 — 10 March 1898

JCJ3s ass SftAjWWWpTiwritw noi THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT fcOBEBT GOOD Editor ted Publisher Official Paper of Cherry Coun ty Nebraska 100 Per Fear in Advance -- -- -- IUBUbHEDEVRY THURSDAY Entered at too Post offlce at Valentino Cherry OQuaty Jfchxaska as Second class mfttffc Tint paper wtfl bo mailed regularly po itaubBoribess until a definite order o -discontinue is received sd all ar rears are paid ta full U3Dngres9 hra3 passed a bill giving itbe president authority tease 50000- O0D for the defense of tbe country is tbe neatest tbe gcrvernmeut can ccme to passing a war uneasure with out hostility tfeing decred or war in progress The naval board of inquiry has pot yet reported but eveyjthing points to Vward war Two additional artillery--regiments are being r cruited The first installment of of electrical -material forvserviceaat tbe Trans-Miss-- issippi Exposition -was received from Nashville a few days ago The mater ial filled twenty cars and consisted of 5 jpoles arc lamps cross arm...

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 — 17 March 1898

V Y I - - l A m THE YOiL XIIL OWMOHEY ATOHMAXER - AND - JEWELEB JFine line of- plain and fancy jew elry constantly or hand Repairing pronptly executed and done in the best manner iFull line of -sporting goods C M SAGBSER TONSORIM ARTIST Hair cutting and shaving tthop ia the W II Moses building HOT AND GOLD BATHS J All ESTABKOOK COUNTY SURVEYOR work executed with promptness and accuracy LAVACA - NEBR THIS AND THAT Coinino Event Redmond Comedy Co March lYniiers InstitueftTpjirKs TflaTA4 Teachers 4S6ciatlon iroeon March 26 -Bishop iraves March 27 Village Election April 5 Kastcr Sunday April 10 Association April SO V G Ballard was in from the ranch Monday Mrs Schwalm has returned home from Virginia Wasted A good cook at once Appjy at Valentine iHouse Tjhis JG St sTatricka iDy tau our name is OUJood until tomorrow The Itedraond Company open their engagement tonight in Caprice Wanted A good cook Apply at Valentine House Valentiue Nebr J L Roseberry of Mullen was in town the lirst of the w...

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 — 17 March 1898

V he fzkntitte eitiacrnt t ItOBERT GOOD Kditor and Prop VALENTINE 9lk JJMmAU2Z dnV - J tK NEBRASKA We doubt -whether England ever -will leave China a loan The consolidated biscuit trust sighs no longer for floury beds of ease It has them That vegetable ball given by lead ers of New Yorks 400 can only be equaled in Boston by a codfish ball Zola has raised an issue in France comments the Detroit Tribune He raised something a great deal hotter than that For the time he has been at it Gen eral Blanco has managed to achieve ns picturesque a failure as could have been expected Its hard to use the word in such a connection but much of -what Ger many lias said about the American ap ple is simply rot A writer in Harpers Weekly makes the fine point that -when a Western farmer lays by for a rainy dsy he is Eaving up for a drought The 100 counterfeit bill has ceased to -worry capitalists but paragraphers Bhould be on the alert There is a new counterfeit quarter in circulation A returned Klondik...

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