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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 31 March 1898

T A vr s These two words emphasize a neces sity and indicate a remedy SPRING the season when the blood is most impure as a result of the win ters closer confinement higher liv ing slower action of the kidneys and liver when humors of all kinds boils pimples and eruptions are most liable to appear when the weak languid condition of the whole bodily rtrwcture demands and wel comes help MEDICINE that to which the millions turn at this season Hoods Sarsapa rilla The original and only prep aration especially adapted to the present needs of the human family that which makes the blood pure and clean as shown by its thousands of wonderful cures of dreadful blood diseases creates an appetite and cures dyspepsia as shown by its magic touch in all stomach trou bles steadies and strengthens the nerves as proved by the people for merly nervous now calm and self- possessed thanks to four bottles I was like a new wo man I had been married nine years and had no children I now have a beautiful littl...

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 — 31 March 1898

i i 1 1 n n n n 1 i V If si If K Pill 1 tuva mm iw if gfc SfeKSSS THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT ROBERT GOOD Editor and Publisher i w n - - - Official Taper of Cherry Coun ty Nebraska 100 Per Year in Advance IK i II HA - PUBLIHHEDJJVERX THURSDAY Entered at t he Post office at yalenttne Cherry -county Nelra ska as Secoad rtass matter This paper will be mailed regularly1 to its subscribers until s definite order to discontinue is received and all ar rears are paid ia full At this time indications are that the CubanquestiGnwillbe settled in very few days How it will be done is not yet known Spain diplomatically gives the impression that she will free Cuba without war yet she has sent 13 torpedo boats and cruisers to Porto Uico and is preparing to send 6 more The Maine report was sent to Con gress by McKinley without a word of recommendation and he is being se verely censured by all parties Congress is almost unanimously for war and if the question comes before either house neither the administ...

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 — 7 April 1898

in - K - A V y - A Sc T f J All V X 1 j c VOL XIII OWMOREY WATCHMAKER - AND - JEWELEE Fine line of plain and fancy jew elry constantly on hand Repairing promptly executed and done in the best manner Full line -of sporting goods 0 M SAGESEE TONSORIAL ARTIST Hair cutting and shaving 8bop in the W II Meses building HOT AND COLD BATHS S ESTABROOK COUNTY SURVEYOR work executed with promptness and accuracy LAVACA - NEBR O A Wells O r O- v J B Wells WELLS BROS DENTISTS Office over Cherry County ftnnh A M MORRISSEY ATTORNEY AT LAW o t O- VALENTINE NEB THIS AND THAT CetnhtQ Events Xaster Sunday kpril 10 General resellers Association April 80 F Rothleutner was i town from Georgia Tuesday City water is now available for prinkiing purposes War talk is about the only talk heard in Valentine these days Leila McCloud made final proof on her homestead Tuesday E L Maloney returned from his eastern itrip Sunday morning W V Johnson of Woodlake is in town this week on -court trasiness John Borman has a...

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 — 7 April 1898

j ROBERT GOOD Editor and Prop VALENTINE - NEBRASKA It Is impossible to borrow trouble without paying usurious interest The Buffalo Express says Any body who can ride a bicycle can go to war Fall in girls A scientific exchange says The number of rows on an ear of corn is always even Thats odd The Denver Times says An Indian chief will sell anything but his blan ket He is completely trapped up In it Apart from other circumstances that four and a half per cent loan shows the flegree of interest England takes in China Speaking of the war spirit it may is well be admitted that the Kentucky moonshiners are still turning out a good deal of it It is said that a French officer has in vented a noiseless cannon which is very destructive Why not introduce it for use on the Fourth of July It should be unnecessary to state that ihe use of the wheel by Chinese women Implies more or less of a revolution in that conservative country Reformer Charlotte Smith demands that the Secretary of War shall en...

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 — 7 April 1898

r r i i hi T A AN AFFLICTED MOTHER From the Times Paw Paw VI A resident of this town who has lost two JiiMrcn during the past six years by violent deaths has been utterly pros trated by the shock and seriously sick as a result of it One child aged 9 was killed by a cyclone in 00 while at school another three years later was run over by a Burlington R R train That griefs and misfortunes may so prey on the mind as to lead to serious physical disorders has been well demonstrated in this case As a result of them her health was shat tered and she has been rf constant sufferer since 1S00 Her principal trouble has 3 Bl JH M II rf f r S v 1 9 f 2 1 JM4 A Constant Sijfierer been neuralgia of the stomach which was very painful and exhibited all the symp toms of ordinary neuralgia nervousness and indigestion Physicians did her no good whatever She was discouraged -and abandoned all hope of getting well Finally however a certain well known pill was recommended Dr Williams Pink Pills for Pale Pe...

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 — 7 April 1898

THE DAYS DOINGS SUMMARY OF LATE NEWS BY WIRE ASKS AN ARMISTICE CUBAN AUTONOMISTS ISSUE A STRONG APPEAL of Iiife at Shawneetown III Is Greater Than at First Re ported Mayor of Town Appeals to Congress for Aid Seeks to Arrange Peace Terras The Spanish minister in Washington on Monday received a dispatch from Havana stating that the autonomist cabinet there has addressed an appeal to the insurgents asking to arrange an armistice for the pur pose of arriving at terms for peace The insurgents are appealed to on the grounds that they are all Cubans and should unite for peace and liberty which all want The appeal also states that Spain is will ing to enlarge the present scope of au tonomy and will suggest such a plan to the cortes which is soon to meet The Official Gazette in Havana pub lished the following manifesto The provisional government by its own in apiration and also as the faithful inter preter of the vehement desires of the gov ernment of the mother country informs the Cubans th...

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 — 7 April 1898

-St li n V T X -1 STOCK BRANDS Metzger Bros 7 E J rrii rini Art Rife VSW fif K tt A- Kit - y Range on the Snake River and Chamber lain tlat -V Pullman Neb Cherry Co Brand on left hide and thigh Earmark square crop rijrht ear Southern branded cattlo have but one brand on left side Native cattle have throat wattln Juume on iiurdon and biiake Creeks Horses have same brandon left thigh A Iteicarrl of SlOO will be paid to any Ierson for information leading to the arrest and inal conviction of anv person or persons steal ing cattle with above brand Joseph W Bownet P O address Merriman Nebr Right car cropped Hole in center of left jear Ifcingc Lake creek S I ui I t Aft VAJ u jtJStri William M Dunbar Lessee fioin Heine Krocgcr Cody Neb DUn Either side Kffil Alsr 3E5 low on ssM rI8ht Left ear oi cattle Split Kange bead of Hay Creek Henry Pratt Rosebud S D - y iLeft side Horses same on lMt shoulder Deeihorn clip on some cattle i j i Ltf William Shanjrren Cody Neb 7 Dulap uudet side oi neck - ...

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 — 7 April 1898

Sara BFV4I 7 ft pm rg uhm -vi Ifcfe vpi san V arccuif i accKHrta ow t I v cHaC iettb wua Ctvr iVmer SrtWfe vv i jngm1 u 1 - J sa ri a fT vcSWjHeBl liclisious and Poetic Associations that Cluster Around the Lily Tt awr iluvAv P SB vTH V3Sl gfefe m a m VfaK vfsf1 A JnUj 1 1 riri TOfcig7 FLOWER THAT TYPIFIES EASTER V i XftK 11E flower that typi fies Easter to all na tions and to all peo ples is the lovely as- j tension lily which I blooms in fragrant e J i aouuoauce in lime for the festival of tthe spring Every florist s window is adorned with its f beaut every pri vate dwelling is per meated with its sweetness it clus ters around altar and shrine and wafts its penetrating i odor through the dim aisles of vast ca thedrals It lies like a star on the coat lapel of the man of fashion and rests contentedly pinned to the waist of the Easter costume of the belle of the season As whito is the color of the resurrection any hind of a spotless blossom can be ap propriately used for Easter decora...

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 — 7 April 1898

K MjC - r - X Tm - ft RHEUMATISM CURED BY Onffnpnrl C Vftsi lilfflta t M With Rheumatism now miRpn Water Valley Mis Dec 31 1M7 Swanson Rheumatic Cure Co Chicago 111 I have forty five years with rheumatism but could medicine to euro me until J cot your c5 DROPS I had Buffered loca year with catarrh la iny head before I used your medicine 5 DROPS mad 1 could not hear out of my right car butt hen I took the DROPS I ws cured of the catarrh and my hearing waa restored It Is a blersed thine for mo that I ever heard of your medicine and Tired It for I am so improved that I almost feel youug again though I am eighty two years old TW WILLIAMSON Pfcotone 111 Dec 23 1897 8wanson Rheumatic Care Co Chicago Enclosed please find draft for which send some more of the 5 DROPS I have not used a bottle yet and my rheumatism is all gone and all those that use it speak highly of It I know It Is the best rheumatism cure I have tried In the last 18 years Respectfully yours WM YOUXC 5 DItOPSines Rheumatism...

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 — 7 April 1898

i ii tii i i - i mum I iOJIIIIIII 1 1 in iMimini n mmMk 1Wi Mt fHIPWII WWW THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT SOBEET GOOD Editor and Publisher Oflicial Paper f Cherry Coun ty Nebraska 100 Per Vetir in Advance PUBKbHED EVERY IHUR8DAV EnUroi as t bt Postafflceas Valentine Cherry ousty ZStbrailu as 8ecfplass matter TWs paper will be mailed regularly to its subscribers vfxtU a definite order e Eicontinue is received aud all ar xeats are paid in full f t is the 8ameofd story nothing has ryetbeen done jy the president or the Congress though a declaration of war -is expected today This is what the -American people seem to want A Spanish paper calls the United States brutal We are almost in- clined to agree with the assumption If we were otherwise there would be fewSpanlards left to starve Cuba The Atkinson Plain Dealer was is sued last week by the pupils of the public schools at that place The first page wasmbellished by a number of half tone engravings and the tfhole paper was a credit to tho schools...

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 — 14 April 1898

ti r t W I Li T T - I r vol xni 0 W MOREY - A2TD - JEWELfcB Fine line of plain and fancy jew elry oonstantly on hand Repairing promptly executed od done In the best manne Full Ulne of sporting goods C M SAGESER T0NS0R1AL ARTIST Hiair cutting and shaving Shop in thG W H Mosesbtfifaing HOT AND GOLD BATHS S ESTABiKOOK COUNTY SURVEYOR All work executed with promptness and accuracy LAVACA NEBR C A Welxs 5wr J B Wells WELLS BROS DENTISTS Office over Cherry County JBank A M MORRISSEY -ATTORNEY AT LAW VALENTINE NEB THIS AND THAT CominQ Erewts WesleyanMaleQuartette JApril 27 General Teachers Association April JO The Democrat 1 per year J H Bacheiorvwas up from Ken nedy Mondaj jD C X el8on of Cody was in the first of the week town M Eho des of Rosebud - registered it ThDonoher Tuesday HJE Dewey of Woodlkke is In towa in the interests ofhis book bus iness HansTJirich of Schlagel precinct I bought 48 head of cattle last week at Woodlakc J W Tucker made a few improve ments in his residence Motfd...

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 — 14 April 1898

- m j a f I 113 JM T rrHEstoryof n I Cuba Is a Jft X tragedy a J tragedy so black that the pages of history not ex cepting those up on which is writ ten the diabolical doings of the Spanish inquisi tion contain no counterpart It is -a nar rative which had its beginning in the dis covery of America it was rooted in Span ish tyranny transplanted into centuries treachery and oppression reared in in- iernicine strife and matured in this re volting war and its attendant horrors which have wrested from Cuba the proud -title Pearl of the Antilles and earned the name of Isle of Blood The revolution was organized by Jose Marti a Cuban exile in this country and a man of genius and courage He organ ized here what is called the Cuban Ta -- - ol uuus -of Cuban political exiles for the purpose -of raising money to free their country Toor as were the majority of the few Cu bans who lived in the United States be fore the beginning of the revolution they listened to the eloquent appeals of Marti -an...

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 — 14 April 1898

I Y - i FOR SUNDAY READING THE GOSPEL OF GRACE IS HERE EXPOUNDED Words of Wisdom and Thoughts Worth Pondering Upon Spiritual and Moral Subjects Gathered from the Religious and Secular Press Satans Quest a km N EASY fashion is prevalent of -- -ascribing to sa lan every misfor tune which be- 1 falls the Christian in his daily life when the real is sue in which the devil is interested is where he be leaguers the soul Take away virtue from purity and what is left Take away a mans rep utation and what is his career worth to him Take away courage from a -soldier and of what avail is his dis cipline Take away the faith once committed and the devil will turn over the premises to a legion of spirits to Tevel and ravage in The trial of our faith is much more to the point than all else It may be lost through be reavement or robbed in prosperity It may be surrendered for a mess of pot tage or on some poorer collateral It may be stolen through weakness or snatched with impunity All the worxd may...

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 — 14 April 1898

h V H v res he fnkntm tmocwt EOfiEET GOOD Editor and Prop VALENTINE NEBRASKA MESSAGE IS SEHT IN CONGRESS RECEIVES LONG EX PECTED COMMUNICATION Favors Intervention to Terminate Hostilities and Asks Discretionary Authority Opposes Recognition of Present Cuban Government The Presidents Message President McKinley has sent his long expected message on the Cuban question to congress The message begins with a statement that under the precept of the constitution the president must from time to time inform congress on the state of the union it becomes his duty to address that body in regard to the grave crisis which has arisen in the relations of the United States and Spain by reason of the warfare that for more than three years has raged in the nighboring island of Cuba The message asks congress to authorize the president to take measures to secure the termination of hostilities in Cuba and secure the establishment of a stable gov ernment there and the use of the military and naval forces 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 — 14 April 1898

lV U 0 r A MESSAGE BY If KINLEY Executive Asks Discretionary Power to Intervene S NOT CALL CUBA FREE lie Opposes Recognition of the Present Government EXHAUSriYE REVIEW OF FACTS Whole Perplexing Situation Is Laid Before Congress President Asks Authority to Take Measures for the Termination of Hostilities in Cuba Would Use Army and Navy If Necessary Only Hope of Kelief from a Condition Which Can No Longer Be Endured Is Unforced Pacification of the Island Maine Disaster Showed that Spain Cannot Protect Neutrals in Her Own PoiftH President McKinley on Monday sent Irs Cuban message to Congress He favors intervention to terminate hostilities in the islaud and asks discretionary authority but opposes recognition of present Cuban government The full text of the -sage follows j IObedient to that precept of the constitu tion which commands the President to give from time to time the Congress in formation of the state of the Union and to recommend to their consideration such measures as he sh...

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 — 14 April 1898

WvMI iffiffiSffiSffiSBBHSffiffifflffiffiSffiBi contentment SAVED THE TRAIN pine went through Polly was the sta tion agent at Kane Creek Any one could have told that a woman presided in ihe little depot for was there not al ways a bouquet in the window and dainty pictures surrounding the grimy ime tables on the walls and a kitten curling upon the doorstep At 17 Polly has gone in as assistant to learn teleg raphy and when Clark the agent was called to Mercer the company had left the independent girl in charge She - ftf - nwwmmnii ijw i ii - -- fa ttt t r rr fe fe iinix CHEEK was a railroad KAXE on the S C Rail read about two miles from the divisional terminal at Mercer It was in the midst of a scrubby pine forest with a sandy road crooking out from the trees on one side and into the trees on the other There were only two or three houses a little general store with a porch like the visor of a military cap and a schoolhouse all arranged in a scraggy row along the railroad track A dozen ...

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 — 14 April 1898

I X J V V V JAP r S 9 A i T T J Perhaps you have had the grippe or a hard cold You may be recovering from malaria or a slow fever or possibly some of the chil dren are just getting over the measles or whooping cough Are you recovering as fast as you should Has not your old trouble left your blood full of impurities And isnt this the reason you keep so poorly Dont delay recovery longer but Take It will remove all impuri ties from your blood It is also a tonic of immense value Give nature a little help at this time Aid her by removing all the products cf disease from your blood If your bowels are not just right Ayers Pills will make them so Send for cur book on Diet in Consti pation Vtrllo to oesr Doctors We have the esclusivo services otsomo ot the most eminent physi cians In tho United States TV rite freely and receive a prompt reply without cost Addrcs3 DR J C ATER jjovreu aulsi wfrlEElirlS i rcrwiH For six years I was a victim of dys pepsia in its worst form I could eat nothing bu...

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 — 14 April 1898

i VA rM PUBLISHED EVERY THUftSDATf Entered at the Pout office -at Valentine Cherry jeouatylfebraska as Second class matter This paper wiH toe mailed regularly to its subDcribers until a -definite order todiacontinue is received all ar rears are paid in full - ANABOZOOX JOaiAKED Some time ago the editor slapped the face of one Carey 3iorn 4ing reports at once -detrimental aifd insulting to The Democrat A Hay or so afterward we learned that he re portedthat thenjctftoT was drunk as a reason for his exhibition of coward ice arising from the knowledge that the punishment was deserved Abjut the same time he gaye ic out that the editor was imi compos 7nentis Still later he bragged that ye scribe would have to apologize to him either through the columns of this paper or on his back The editor met the young up start almost daily for two or three weeks knowing these things yet for bade to speak to the liar because of a feeling of pity and charity for -one so weak minded In fact did him a fav...

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 — 21 April 1898

t So i c T I Jt w Vbushl - tfr - w i tn rJ d THE 9 vol xni OWMOREY iYATOHMAXEB - AN - - E DAWEOTORT ElIACSlfiR rfi ir t WELES Fine line of plain and fancy je lry constantly -on hand Repairing promptly executed md done in the best irianner Pull line of sporting goods i i I C M SAGESER T0NS0R1AI ARTIST Hair cutting and shaving Shop in the W H Moses building HOT AND GOLD BATHS S ESTABROOK COUNTY STJEVE7POB -All work executed with promptness and accuracy LAVACA - 2XEBEL C A Wells J B Welis WELLS BROS DENTISTS Office over Cherry County JSanJt a m morrisset O ln O ATTORNEY AT LAW O VALENTINE NSB THIS AND THAT Ctnina Events School Entertainment April 22 Wesleyan Male Quartette April 27 General Teachers Association April SO Cobs for sale at the mill A new crossing is needed south of the court bouse C H Cornell went to Omaha Tues day with the Tweif tb T P Spratt isrunning a herd ef 700 cattle on the Snake this spring Prof A C Reimenschneider was down from Cody on business this week Judge TVa...

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 — 21 April 1898

111 I I d w 1 1 Hi 1 I I Til II i MIT lit I1T iMiiiii I Hill M il in 1 JPu fnhntine igemacrxi JtOBEKT GOOD Editor and Prop VALENTINE NEBRASKA Oh Havana What an odor Connectl t cut is raising in thy name It seems to be a peculiarity of French criminal trials that the conviction pre cedes the prosecution A Denver saloon keeper offers a print ed Avar song with each drink The song probably is enough to drive anyone to drink When the ocean is not big enough to accommodate our new navy any longer without crowding we will buy another ocean thats all That Hamburg astronomer who claims to have discovered a second moon nrust have used an unusually large glass a schooner perhaps Recent statistics prove that the con sumption of whisky throughout the West is steadily decreasing That shows what became of the air ship American bicycles have become so popular in Germany that German man ufacturers are hunting for methods to keep Americans out of the market We are constantly told that Spain has great...

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