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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 20 March 1902

KEEP ON DIGGING lOODGE COUNTY COAL FIND TO BE FULLY TESTED. Owner orFiirm Qnltu Confident Satisfied With Oih.TM That Fu 1 In Paying Quamiti K May Br * Found To Sink Sevrral Ilolen. Fremont , Neb. , Drilling to estab lish the extent and value of the re cent Jamestown coal find wlh be started immediately on the fariu of Eiifcha Reimpele , north of that place. Tne workvill be in charge of Harry JI. Krown of this city , who struck ten fiM-t of a medium grade of hard coal there on February 27 while bor- } ng a well for Mr. Itemmele. Several boles are to be sunk at places not far removed from the orginal one , with the object of determining whether the coal exists in merely a pocket forma5 ion or spreads out as a regu larein. . j A variety of plans for bringing up Bullicieut quantities of the coal to make possible a means for finding out moie concerning its quality have been suggested. One of these which Beems to meet with favor is as fol lows : A large drill is to be used un til the coal...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 20 March 1902

THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT I. M. RICE EDITOR Official Newspaper of Cherry County , Nebraska TERMS Subscription $1.00 per year in advance ; Sl.DO When not paid In advance , Sinfile copies Gc. Display advertising 1 inch single column I5c per Issue or ? C.Oo a year. Local Notices. Obituaries , lx > dge Rcsolutioir aud Socials for itevenue 5c per line per issue brands , 1 # inol cs 84.fX ) per year In advance additional space S3-00 per Inch peryearengravc ; blocks extra ; $1.00 each. Tartlea living outside Cherry county not per tonally known are requested to pay In advance 10 per cent additional to above rates II over 0 outli3 In arrears. Notices of losses ol stock free to brand adver tisers. * / Thursday , March 2O , 1902. CONCERNING MB. BRFAN. In commenting upon Mr. Bryan's re marks regarding the Manhattan club dinner and the "reorganizing" plans there broached by Hill and others , the New York Times says : "Mr. Bryan Knows very well , of course , that the sound-money demo crats voted ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 20 March 1902

THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT I. H RICE EDITOR Mutual cfunpanipp pay losses in fii' ' No discount I. M. RTCK , AIMMI * T P ValiMiline Lodge No. r. SVT . C\ > . ! _ ' . \ . fleets ovisecond ai fourth VVednesdaj eve1 ntr ol eaeh month at Hornby's [ Jail. A oord1 nvititfin is extended to all'visltiuc \\.MORKY. . I'resuiem. MAUD V. MORJARKII ) George Gray Thedford Neb Same as cur on lett hip or AOon right hip or side Ran ge Loiip and Dismal G. W. AtcFarlami Valentine , Nebr Range : four miles east of Fort Niobrara , north and south of Berry bridge the Ecoiley & Sons. MerrlmanNeb. * Cattle branded MV on left side and E on left jaw , ears clipped Doth ends and JC on right liij ) and C on right jaw , un- derblt on right ear and , on right M ! Side. Horses branded JC on left hip nnd FE on leit shoulder and T on left hip. Range Between Pass Creek and southern part of the reseivsiti r and F Vale ntine.Nehr brands as follows left hip 69 Left side , loin or hip H Left shoulder -Left to left fla...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 20 March 1902

. / . t - ,1 "The Match of the Season , " HE is no daughter of mil a madcap , a changeling , unbroken colt who threat * to kick over the traces at any mome iWhat have I done that such a inisf tune should befall me. " Thus lamented Mrs. Gainsborou over her coffee one sunny wink morning , to her husband immersed the daily news. "Eh ! what's the matter now , Mollic .with easy good nature. "Laura was a model , " she sigh * "she never gave me a moment of \ easiness from first to last. The bn of her set , she married advanta ; ously in her lirst season ; and as I Dorothy , she could be led by a siik thread. But Theodora " and s- : i threw up her hands in horror , though the subject beggared deser tion. "Come , come , MollJe" lie pleadt "let the child grow up in her own wi they can't all be alike it stands to n son. There was a good boy spoil in TVdly. frank , fearless and honest the sunlight ; it would be a sin and shame to cut , prune and pare her do\ Into a doll of fashion like the rest...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 20 March 1902

CONGRESSMAN HOWARD. " \ National Reputation Are the Men Who Recom mend Pe-ru-na to Fellow Sufferers. A Remarkable Case Reported From the State of New York. CONGRESSMAN HOWARD , OE ALABAMA. House of Representatives , ) Washington , Feb. 4 , 1899. J Pertsna Medicine Co. , Columbus , Ohio : Gentlemen " / have taken Peruna 'mow for two weeks , and find I am very 'mncfi relieved. I fed that my cure win be permanent. I have also taken It for Ia grippe , and I take pleasure in re- commending Peruna as an excellent 'remedy to all fellow sufferers. " a. w. HOWARD. } Congressman Howard's home ad- itfress Is Fort Payne , Ala. people think that catarrh is a 'M ' disease confined to the head and nose. Nothing is farther from the troth. It may be that the nose and throat ls the oftenest affected by catarrh , but 'if this is so it is so only because these i parts are more exposed to the vicissitudes of the climate than the orlior parts of the body. Every organ , every duct , every cavity of the hu...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 20 March 1902

THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT I. M RICE EDITOR Per Yeur in Advance PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Entered at tbe Poatrofflce at Valentine , Cherry county. Nebraika. as Second-class matter. Charles II. Faulhaber Brownlce Breeder of Rect'at'd Herelords. o Hyain , No. 71.538 , at bead of herd. Young bulls from G to is months old for sale. Located on Cherry St. 2nd door south of Smyser's livery , furnishes excellent board and lodging. Meals same old price 25 cents. A hearty welcome to all. MRSM.HARRIS MILL PRICES FOR FEED , Bran , bulk 1.50 per cwt $20.00 ton Shorts bulk . . . 115 per cwt | 22.00 ton Screenings 40c " $7.00 " Chop Feed . . . .1.25 " $24.00 " Cora 1.05 $20.00" Chop corn 1.10 " $21.00" Oats 1.50 $29.00" The Democrat -FOK- Job Work. HENKY AUGUSTON Blacksmith Ilrownlee , Does general blacksmithingathard times prices for cash. PAT HE1T Valentine , Nebr. Good , Hard Rock for sale in any quantity. M. S. WELCH Delivery Wagon No. 1 To any part of the City. Leave orders at Quig- ley & Cha...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 27 March 1902

VALENTINE THE OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF CHERRY COUNTY , NEBRASKA VOLUME XVII VALENTINE , NEBRASKA. MARCH 27 , 1902. NUMBER 10 * 5c 4 ? to 43 Our New Waterloo Underskirts ft 4 $ , 2 * 4 ? to 4 ? 4 ? 4 ? 4 ? 4 ? 4 ? 49 43 4 ? to 4 ? 49 43 toto 43 to 43 toto 43 43 43 toto 43 to 43 toto 43 to 4 ? 43 43 Tliev arc dit to lit. huviK ' glove tightness above a slop ing hip tmd the dainty juvtiv Daring away beneath which 43 give the wearer an iuinutai ie grace : : ; : : 43 Colors : Cerise , Cardinal and Black. S THE RED FRONT.ww Spring clothing- We are now receiving our Spring Line of Ladies' and Gents' Shoes , Men's , Boys' and Children's Suits. A full line of Furnishing goods always on hand , All the the newest and up to date styles. We'do custom work. ' Don't forget to order your Spring Suit until the Eourth of July. Samples now ready. \ D. STINARD , CLOTHIER and MERCHANT TAILOR EASTER GIFTS ' c Have become almost as popular as Xmas gifts. Such as Secret Lockets , Rings , Belt Pins , Watches ,...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 27 March 1902

IflE VAL ENTINE DEMOCRAT L M RICK , Publisher. TALENTINE , NEBRASKA. In "Lives of the 'Lustrions , " u bio- jfraphlcal dictionary just issued In En Jjluod , IL is said thatvhcu Hall Cuine , jTi-Lo.se resemblance to 'Shakesuoare is "well known , landed In New York on . trip to America , lie was accosted by Uie late Ignatius JDonuelly , a stranger 2o lilia , with tbe words , "Lord Bacon , I presume. " Some of the late Lord Randolph Churchill's friends once tried to have J ord Salisbury reinstate his erratic lieutenant Salisbury listened to them .patiently , and then asked : "Have any * t you ever had a carbuncle on the ttack of your neck ? " "No , " was the eply. "Well. I have , " retorted his Iwtfshlp. "and I don't want another. " ! rte Hon. James Bryce , M. P. , in an article on William E. Gladstone , re- Sates this anecdote : "Once In his later jllfe when a question of great delicacy muddifficulty was coming on In the SUrase of Commons , and everybody ex pected to see him watchful ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 27 March 1902

TOPICS OF THET1MES. A CHOICE SELECTION OF INTER ESTING ITEMS GomnicntR ami Crilici mH Based Upon the Iliippenin s ( if the Day Uiotori- ctl and Ne\vn Note- . .Pride is truilfs gr.'atest foe. The older a woman grows the safer If. is to intrust a .secret to her keep ing. * Money talks wis the old saying. All llfhas to do now is to make a ges ture. Ail the world's ; i stage and all the people thereon are high kickers of more'or less merit and ability. Admiral Schtey's "rest in Chicago" \ vu8a good deal like the repose ihe Tanner's boy catches after sunrise. A man has been sent to jail for five months for stealing : iu umbrella. Jus- Hce mr.st have been peeping that time. It takes some people a long time to Und out that the whole world isn't sighing when they happen to feel blue. lu France they still fear the uiau on horseback. In this country we fear the man on the bicycle and the automo bile. The correspondents for the present havo laid aside King Edward's cancer - fiind are devoting ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 27 March 1902

THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT I. M. RICE EDITOR OfjficiaNetvtfpaper of Cherry County , y Thursday , March 27 , 1902. ADDITIONAL LOCAL Frank Lamberson and 0. I3uik y were in our city yesterday. J. W. Kellar , of Complon , was on our streets the tiist of the week. J. L , AIcElderry came in Monday and paid his subscription to the DE3IO- CJIAT. Miss Kate Donoher has returned from her homestead in the west end of the county. There was a carload of recruits land ed Jiere for Ft. JSriobrara last Monday night. -The. annual meeting of the patrons of Sparks skimming station will be held April 1. Carrie Nation arrived at the 'station last night and was met by undertaker , Hornby. liev. D. .7 ( iik , of Chadron , will preach in ihr . E Church next Sun day morning. W. A. Snowdun , of Merriman , sends us a dollar for subscription the coming year to the DKMOUUAT , A. i . Wood , a merchant on the res ervation , is iu our city to purchase goods of 1 ravel ing men. Mrs. Barnett and sou. of Merriman , ' a da...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 27 March 1902

THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT I. M. RISE EDITOR Mutual companies pay losses in full. No discount I. M. RICE , A ent. S.&D.Valentine Lodge No. 6. . . Meets every second and fourth Wednesday even- DC of each month at Hornby's Hall. A cordial nvitatioii is extended to all visiting members 0.V MORhY , President. MAUD V. MORGAREID GK.Sec'y George Gray TliedfordNeb Same as cut on left hip or AC on right hi ] > or side Leap and Dismal G. W. McF-irlanrt Valeniinp , Nebr Raime : four miles east of Fort NIpbrarn , north au'tl south of Berry bridge the Ecoffey & Sons. MerrimanNeb. Cattle branded MV on left side and E on left jaw. ears clipped both ends and JC on right hip and C on right jaw. uu- derblt on right ear and . ; „ , on irlght ill side. Horses branded .1C on left hip and FE on left shoulder and T on left hip. Range Between Pass Creek and southern part of the reservation and Wakpiue Lake. F. W.Jcrsig Vale mine , Nebr brands as follows ileft hip 69 Left eide , loin or hip Left shou...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 27 March 1902

frH-frH * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * TEEE f CURIOUS CASE * oir * WILLIAM GULLY umy safely be Inid flown that HT - millionaire dies # here usually morajnterost taken in the subsequent fate of his property than sorrow felt for .the loss of its late own er. Millionaires die so seldom , for ob vious reasons , that this statement maj perhai > s be taken MS it stands without further argument Mr. William Gully was no exception to the rule. Having spent the greater . * part of his life in amassing 11101103 % and having never spared any time for the cultivation of the domestic affections , It is not surprising that his family hardly mourned him beyond dropping the conventional tear on his oaken cof fin. His vast fortune had been rapidlj" built up by the immense popularity of the penny weekly newspaper of which Mr. Gully had for years been the pub lisher a.ud owner. The millionaire never made anj- friends , and when he retired , at the age of sixty , from taking an active part in the bu...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 27 March 1902

i Gntc for Pasture Fence. It Is always desirable to have some , ort of a gate iu the pasture field fence , 'but it Is not always easy to build one jtbat is at once stock-proof and easy to operate when necessary. The arrange ment as shown in the Illustration is not la reality a gate , but a passageway , so placed that the stock cannot get through , but throughwhich a person jnay readily pass. No explanation of , the plan is needed , for it Is plainly shown by the illustration. This fence may be arranged so as to provide a double gate by hinging the open portion V-v STOCK PKOOL' , la the foreground so that when | the post will come In snugly against the fence post , and be held in place by wire loop dropped over both posts ; the gate in the background should also be placed on hinges , so that when closed It will lap over against the fence about two feet , and be held in place by a staple and hook. Dehorning Coirs and Calves. There has always been more or less argument over the questio...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 27 March 1902

THE VALENTINE DEMOGRA ! f : I. M RICE EDITOF Per Yvtir in Advnne ' PUBMBIIED EVERY THURSDAY. Entered at ttoe Post-office at Valentine , Chen county. < Nebraska , as Second-class matter. Charles II. Faulhaber Brownlee / i Breeder of Rett'st'd Hereford o Hyain , No. 74.K. at bend of herd. Young bulls from to 18 months old for sale. TJiKTIOKT Located on Cherry St. 2nd do < south of Smyser's livery , furniahi excellent board and lodging. Mea same old price 25 cents. A heari welcome to all. MRSM.HARRIS MILL PKICES FOR FEED. Bran , bulk. . . l..ril ) per cwt $20 00 t ( Shorts bulk . . 1 Ifi per cwt | 22 00 ti Screenings I0 < : $7.00 Chop Feed 1.25 424.00 Corn l.i 5 $20.00 Chop corn i .10 $21.00 Oats 1.50 $29.00 The Democrat -FOK- Job Worl HENKY AUGUSTON Blacksmith. llrownlce , 3f Does general blucksuiithingatha times prices for cash. PAT HE1T Valentine , K Good , Hard Rock for Bale in ai quantity. M. WELCH D eliyery Wagon No. . Leave orders at Qi ; To any part of the City. ley i....

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat — 3 April 1902

VALENTINE THE OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF CHERRY COUNTY , NEBRASKA VOLUME XVII VALENTINE , NEBRASKA. APRIL 3 , 1902. NUMBER 11 ' . Our New Waterloo Underskirts , 49 < ? w I * 4 ? 4 ? 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 Tliev are c.it to M , having the glove tightness above a slop- Ing hip and the dainty , pretty flaring u\\ay beneath winch 49 give the wearer an inimitable grace : : : : : * Colors : Cerise , Cardinal and Black. 49 49 49 THE RED FRONT. & & ft * 49 , * jsjpring clothinQ- We are now receiving our Spring Liiie of Ladies' and Gents' Shoes , Moll's , Boys' and Children's Suits. A full line of Furnishing goods always on hand , All the tile newest and up to date styles , We do custom work. tou't ) forget to order your Spring Suit until the Fourth of July. Samples now ready , D. STiNARD , CLOTHIER and MERCHANT TAILOR . . 11 i i ! i- Sporting Goods . . < - An assorted line of Fishing Poles , Hooks , Reels , Balls , Bats , Gloves , Bicycle Sundries and Marbles. O. W , More...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat — 3 April 1902

THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT I. BI RICK , Pub Uher TALENT ] NE , NEBRASKA. There is no skipping of pay dayb In Jhe disbursement of the wages of sin. f , r1 The number of railway employes of I' tlJ classes in the United States iii 1'JOO -I was 1,017,053. ' i < Probably no work is so well done as r Jthe work his satanlc majesty finds for iUe Jiands to do. Criticising the Bible is perhaps the surest way of getting your portrait Into tiie newspapers. " When a man Is sure he Is In the wrong he Is all the more precise and careful with his arguments. After all , the best trust this country eould have is a trust In the ultimate judgment of the people. And now the Philippines are propos ing an exposition with government aid. Does the exposition follow the flag ? All the European powers except Poultry Bigelow express themselves as Jn favor of peace with the United States. all the sad words , " etc. Despite their Insistent explorations the looters In Pekin now learn they missed over 100,000.000 t...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat — 3 April 1902

THE BATTLE-FIELDS. OLD SOLDIERS TALK * OVER ARMY EXPERIENCES. 3"Iie Blue and the Gray Review Inci- /dentH of theLate V. ar , and in a Graphic situ ) Interest in ; ; Manner Tell of Cam it , M.irch and Ilatlle. The death of the v.wrnble and be loved Mrs. . .laniosV. . I la ris. of Colum- 1ms. Miss. , recnllel an amus'tm yet imtjictic hosjLi ] ( xp .0 iv-'e o con re- 'l.rtcd by that la'ly The women of Co- Inmbusvlu n the i.sity nroor - jcauifcod : ; Soldiiv' . . .jlef Association. of which Mrs. II isv i = ; pro ; i lent. .This ass rinti n c ! ; r d it elf with Hi" it duty of minifttci in to Ihe wants of Confederate sold.rr Jar as lay in LH tj'owcr , and o"ui r.s , ii' ; the sick and ' -wounded. .Medicine by reason of the blockade , was bird to get au.l exor bitantly hi-rh. an 1 ( in.nlne had been de clared contrnbairJ o war. In every ( Storeroom there had bpn reliiriiusly jhoarded small stores o tea. coltee auJ . 'sugar ' , ntralnst that pas-SIiIe evil day "when some moml r of the fami...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat — 3 April 1902

THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT 1. M. RICE EDITOR Official Newpaper of Cherry County , yebraka i \ Thursday , April 3 , 1902. TI2RM8 SubscnptlonSl.oo per year in advance $1.60 When not paid in advance , Single copies Co. Diwplay advertising 1 inch single column I5c per Issue or o.iO a year. Local NoTIrrObituaries , Lodge Resolution * and Socials loi Kevenue 5c per line per issue. -op , ) , : ijf rl'es ? 4.fO rerirar in advance additional space. ? 3'00 per inch per year jengrave ranies living outside Cherry county not per sonally known are requested to pay in advance 10 per cent additional to above rates if over G cionths in arrears. Notices of losses of stock free to brand adver tisers. Srme people think all others are fools who fail to agree vvilh them. The infrequeucy of lucid intervals in some people cause them to believe that other people are fools all the time just as a drunken man sees every one stag ger in jr. fi is n difference between men who know fiiuuyh to give other people just c...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat — 3 April 1902

THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT I. M. RICE EDITOR Mutual companies pay losses in full. No discount I. M. RICE , Ajrent. TT ) Valentine Lodge No. o SjP / JLJL Meets every second and fourth Wednesday evou- ne of each month at Hornby's Hall. A cordui nutation is extended to all visiting members O. W. MOREY , President. MAUD V. MORGARE1D GE.Sec'v George Gray Thedford Neb Same as cur on left hip or AOou right hip or sulc. Range Lo.ip and Dismal 0. W. McFarland Valentine , N I/E Range : four miles east of Fort Nlobmra , nortii and south of Berry bridge the V * * Ecolloy Ac Sons. MerrimanNeb Cattle branded MV on left sirtt- and K on leftja\\ . ears clipped boil' ends and JC u right hip and > ' on right jaw i. derhlt on ri.it ear and , * u . right ML si.I Horses br inded JC on left hip and FK on left shoulder and T on left hip. Range Bctwe. i Pass Creek and southern part of the reservati- and WakpitiH Lake. F. W.Jtrsig : Valentine. brands as follow * left hip Left side , loin or hip Left shoulder...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat — 3 April 1902

r J the fld of the Redd * > * 'M 5'M M'-M H a'n't to know a thing about It unless they mistrust. It's to be a real surpL-i.se , " said Lou Ilanow , poising herself , like one about to take flight , in the doorway of Mrs. Green's kitchen. "You must come. Mis' Green. 'T will do you good to get out. You re too much shut up. Sarell will miss you If you don't come. She'll want to see I. Ler near neighbors , if nobody else is there. Get 'Kastus to bring you down. " Mrs. Green set the teapot farther back on the stove and murmured an " ' " milk-house door liidelinitc "M'in. The - opened with a rattle of pails. Lou's eyes turned slightly in that direction us she talked on persistently. "Brother Ed was going to s > tup yester day and invite you , but he had to go another way , so I stopped in now. It s rather late to be giving invitations , I know ; but it's all been planned in such a hurry that we are out and out tlus- te/ed. 1 thought , too , that I might stir you up to coming better ...

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