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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 26 May 1898

Y A sf War Taxes Long and labored articles in the sub sidized press are now in order to prove that corporations should not be taxed These arguments will be brought forth by the Senate amendment to the reve nue bill suggesting a corporation tax of one fourth of 1 per cent on the gross receipts of corporations The Boston Herald devotes a column editorial to this single proposition and makes a special plea for the corporations It is to be observed that the Boston Herald is not at all worried over the taxes which are proposed on the necessities of life The people who have to pay for ood and drink can work more hours and earn more monpy to pay the extra tax but the beloved corporations must not be touched Corporations are to be protected at all hazards A cor poration that earns 2000000 a year must not be made to pay 5000 taxes Horrible The supposition is not to be entertained for a single moment The people must not only fight the battles of this country but they must pay the expenses of ...

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 — 26 May 1898

wr I 9 ft i t 4 5 J r n a ll 43 - 1 ni fi 5- m 331n ht dhniint macrnt EOBERT GOOD Editor and Prop VALENTINE NEBRASKA NO NEWS OF A FIGHT p NOTHING DEFINITE REGARDING THE TWO SQUADRONS S Admiral Cervera Is Said to Bo Cruising About With the Object of Keeping the United States Fleets Guessing Other Items No News of a Fight Thenavy department lias settled down to quietly wait for definite results in the naval program in West Indian waters Every inquiry is directed toward the loca tion of the respective squadrons and the chances of an early conflict But the sum total of the official advices throws little or no light on the time when the battle may occur It is said by those best acquainted with the situation that a decisive fight may occur within the next few hours or it may not occur for several days possibly weeks At the same the authorities believe the chance is greatly lessened of Admiral Cer veras prolonging his elusive plan for any considerable time There are several rea sons for 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 — 26 May 1898

it i 51 t ii i r i V 4 STOCK BRANDS Metzger Bros Pullman Neb 03 Cherry Co r WaaVC3MM4MV JMfc 4ITiV i VH i mu J Range on Horse Jreek Brandon left tide and thigh Earmark square crop right ear Southern branded cattle have but one I brand on leftside Native cattle have throat wattle Ranee on Gordon and Snake Creeks Horses have same brandjon left thigh A Rctcarl of 100 will be paid to any person for information leading to the arrest and final conviction of any person or persons steal- Ing cattle with above brand Joseph W Bownet P O address Merriman Nebr Bight ear cropped Hole In center of left v -ear Range Lake creek 8 D W Basal fk Zfl William M Dunbar Lessee from Heine Kroeger f B I Cody Neb DUn Either side AIsc Henry Pratt Rosebud S D Left side Horses same on left shoulder Dcerhorh clip on ome cattle f M - K V I - i Jack LePoint Merriman Neb Cattle branded on left side Some on bipalso Earmark round hole In center of left ear Also use on And HSBskle El low on right Left ear ol cattle Sp...

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 — 26 May 1898

THE QUEENS I6LAND x When Britons sons first cnms ashore To settle on their island gray Each ono came loaded with a score Of -things he needed every day Each brought a trap to catch jokes with A Brudshuw to amuse them They fetched some stones to weigh folks with And guineas to confuse them And every man of this brave band Een those who came by steerage Showed proudly as he stepped on land A copy of Burkes Peerage He brought a book of precedent To shape each thought and action And lastly a full complement Of calm self satisfaction And when the Briton looked around For the last time to change things- The months were quite bad form he found Egad I Well re arrange things Go Flippant April gaudy May June August and July too Your trivial continental way We fain would Bay good bye to September smiled but fared as 111 October did no better Then came November dull and chill She suited to the letter The banished months are seen no more I dont know where they went to May hup they sought Columbi...

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 — 26 May 1898

tru R Y X Y T is THIS Every morning I have a bad taste in my mouth my tongue is coated my head aches and I often feel dizzy I have no appetite for breakfast and what food I eat distresses me I have a heavy feeling in my stomach I am getting so weak that sometimes I tremble and my nerves are all unstrung I am getting pale and thin I am as tired in the morning as at niebt What does your doctor say You are suffering from im pure blood What is his remedy You must not have consti pated bowels if you expOct the Sanaparilla to do its best work But Ayers Pills cure constipa tion We have a book on Paleness and Weakness which you may have for the asking Write to oup DocfopSv Perhaps you would like toeeiisult eminent physicians about your condl tlon Write ug froelT all tho oartlculars In your case Tou will rocclvo a prompt reply Address DR J C AYER Lowell Mass PIMPLES My wife bad pimples onherfticebut the has been taking CASCARETS and they have all disappeared I had been troubled with constipa...

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 — 26 May 1898

I J N fr ManpiNfJ THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT XOSEET GOOD Editor and Publisher Official Paper of Cherry Coun ty Nebraska 0jfO0JPer Year in Advance PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY Entered at the Post offlce at Valentine Cherry oiDty Nebraska as Second class matters - This paper will be mailed regularly to its subncribers until a definite order to discontinue is received and all ar rears are paid in full ThtfYizcaya wants her bottom clean ed If -her commander will apply to Bob Evans he will attend to -the matter promptly - and effectively Soribner Zfews Editor Good of The Valentine Democrat has beenielected captain oJLkanithtary company organized at Valentine This makes our brother a war democrat nope hell not get a Thorn in his side Ainsworth Star Journal Evidently Bro Leach thought he did a very cute thing when he cut us offrthd exchange list of the Oracle While he tried to instiuct us in news paper courtesy he by this act shows that he doesnt understand the first principles of newspaper decenc...

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 — 2 June 1898

msr T If -a J Cobs for sale at the mill Edi Hackler is spending few days in town tliisweek 0 M Mathews spent two or three davs iu Gordon this week - 2rrs John Neiss was over from the reservation the first of the week Do not fail to consult Dr Crooks at The Donoher June 5 6 and 7 19 Little Walttise Thackrey was taken ill with diphtheria Tuesday night R J Cook was down from the res ervation Wednesday after supplies 1 W Pruden is down from Merri raan today with his assessors books T J Ttiesland ii in town this week soliciting orders for enlarged pictures The Western News lias moved into the basement of the Cherry County Blink V f - Jfi w - fcftwf I wSBfcW AfBgSfa THE VOL XIII OWMOEET ttATOTffiffiffTflfr - AKD - JEWELER Fine line of plaint and fancy jew elry constantly on hand Repairing promptly executed and done in t be best manner Full line of sporting goods A M MORRISSEY o f ATTORNEY AT LAW O I O VALENTINE NEB J All S ESTABROOK COUNTY SURVEYOR work executed with promptness and accura...

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 — 2 June 1898

I i Hl Tl it j i i r i 6 A u i jj I A sasaa fnUniine tmocM ROBERT GOOD Editor and Prop VALENTINE NEBRASKA TEEATYWITHFEANCE U S NEGOTIATIONS FOR RE CIPROCITY SUCCESSFUL British Steamer Caught Trying to Run the Blockade at Santiago t -with a Cargo of Coal Cruiser St v Paul Slakes the Capture Treaty with France Concluded The reciprocity negotiations with France have come to a successful conclusion They were conducted under the third clause of the tariff act of 1897 The com mercial arrangement thereunder was signed Saturday by Cambon French am bassador and Kasson special plenipoten tiary of the United States The agree ment will lake effect June 1 when the French minimum rate upon products of the United States exported to France will take effect The agreement makes the following tariftarrangement in favor of the United States Manufactured and prepared pork meats reduced from 100 francs to 50 per 100 kilos about 200 pounds lard and components 40 francs to 25 table fruit canned meats dried...

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 — 2 June 1898

V - - - flEfT - WISE MEN NEEDED In the midst of the wars excitement Democrats should not lose sight of the 3olitical interests of the country Of course this suggestion does not imply that the Democratic party Is in any iray opposed to the strictly war meas ures of the administration Democrats are patriots first last and all the time but loyalty to party Is also a patriotic duty One of the most important things for the Democrats to do undoubtedly the most important thing is to see to it that only the best men in the party are nominated as candidates for Congress There is a prospect that many Demo cratic representatives will be chosen at the next election to occupy seats in the lower house Every one of these men should be the Test man In his district Men of clear perceptions logical judg ment and sound democracy should be named Enthusiasts who have some special hobby should be asked to stand aside in the best interests of the peo ple Wise men in Congress can make the campaign of 1900 ...

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 — 2 June 1898

I I i i r at BOTTLED DP IN TBE BAY Spanish Armada Is Entrapped at Santiago de Cuba NS WAY Admiral Cervera Will Now Be Forced to Surrender or Fight Our Squadron Is Guarding the En trance to the Trap at Santiago de Cuba and Spains Ships May Never Leave That Harbor Madrid Has Of ficial Advices of Cerveras Predica mentTown Is Short of Provisions and Conld Soon Be Starved Into Sub jugation Washington special The Naivy Department has official and positive information that the Spanish fleet is at Santiago de Cuba and that the American warships are on guard to pre vent its escape A cipher dispatch from Commodore Schley was received at the Navy Department stating that he is off Santiago guarding the harbor entrance to prevent the escape of the Cape Yerde fleet In his message Commodore Schley gave the source of the information that came from him about Cerveras presence in Santiago bay but it is understood that COMMODORE W S SCHLEY the Spanish ships are not visible from Commodore Schleys posit...

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 — 2 June 1898

v u T X T r r STOCK BRANDS fetzger Bros T E tmSKriErmaKSA iw wssa H 7 isb I Cattle branded on left side Some on Lip also Juirmatk round hole In center of left ear Also use WSW on S left side m Horses s on left shoulder it rand is small Earmark Quarter clip behind half eir t le forward on left ear Range LoueTiee Lake rev Pullman Neb Cherry Co Brandon left tide and thigh Earmark square crop right ear Southern branded cattle have but one brand on left side Native cattle have throat wattle Iturmc on iioiriou and snake Creeks Hores hive same brandou Icrt thigh A RvAusvrd of loo will be paid to any person for information leading to the arrest and final convection ofanv person or peibons steal ing cattlewith above brand Joseph W Bownct P O address Menimau Nehr Right car cropped Tlole in center ot leit ear Kangc Lake creek 8 D Crft35 wA 1733 fflfrggB William M Dunbar Lessee ftoui Heine Kroeger Rosebud S IX Left side Cody Neb tglys anUBM DUfl Either side AlsrKrj3 Ilenry Pratt Horses same on ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 2 June 1898

i it H 1 I i 4 rv J - i v -- t -- - - T wstssafit wiww MANUELAS TRANSFORMATION poet to the contrary not withstanding there are occa sions when it might have been are joyful words Most men upon meeting again in after years their first loves realize this and offer up payers of thauksigiving It was so with Hurlburt In the early days of the Pacific coast Hurlburt was stationed at San Diego It was a picturesque little town Its streets were not much more than cow paths and its houses were mostly of the good old pattern adobes one story high and built around a patio In such a house as this lived Manuela Lopez and in one of the cow path streets Hurlburt first met her It was upon a Sunday Hurlburt had just come from inspection and was on his way to din ner with friends in town He still wore his regimentals and was a very gorgeous sight Indeed He was also tall and yellow haired and blue eyed quite the figure to strike the fancy of a pretty little Mexican girl who was coming home from mass She...

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 — 2 June 1898

K r i Sl to lv A r T X J Your Youth If you are young you nat urally appear so If you are old why ap pear so Keep young inwardly we will look after the out wardly You need not worry longer about those little streaks of gray advance agents of age Aiiers rC will surely restore color to gray hair and it will also give your hair all the wealth and gloss of early life Do not allow the falling of J our hair to threaten you ongerwith baldness Do not be annoyed with dandruff We will send you our book on the Heir and Scalp free upon request Write to thm Dmotor If you do not obtain all thebenc fits you expected from the use of the vigor write tho doctor about It Probably there Is some difficulty with your general system which may be easily removal Address DR J C AYER Lowell Mass A New Superstition I learned of what is to me a briuid ncw superstition just the other day and I -tremble to think of the risks I have been running all these years in my ig norance of it It was at an informal evening e...

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 — 2 June 1898

i ff 4T ifcQF bjmima mSTjC mr mm THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT XOBEBT GOOI Editor and Publisher Official Paper of Cherry Coun ty tfebrasks 100 Per Year in Advance tr r PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY Entered atlbe Post offlce at Valentine Cherry fouaty Nebraska as Second class matter n m i ii in 0 ii Tfcis paper wil bemailedregularly to its subscribers until a definite order to discontinue is received and all ar rears are paid in fulU Whats the matter with Spain Shes tiVL riot savs a western paper W IL KorjD8l formerly of tUo Cas par Derrick has purchased the type presses and outGt of the defunct Chad Ton Recorder and last week issued Vol 1 No 1 of The News from the old stand The first issue of Bro Korns paper shows three things He is a pOpulist a good printer und a apicy writer If succeeding is3ues continue to be as good as No 1 The News will prove to be both a financial and political success PjAritISM VERSUS POLITICS TheOinriha World Herald a short tme ago remarked A republicans idea of patriot...

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 — 9 June 1898

ft- L to CT X h x j 1 l S ol m OWMOEEY WATCHMAKER - AND - JEWELEB Fine line of plain and fancr eliy constantly on hand Repairing promptly executed and done in the best manner Full line of sportiBg goods o o ATTORNEY AT LAW O It O 7 A M MORRISSEY VALENTINE NEB J S ESTABROOK COUNTY SURVEYOR All work executed with promptness and accuracy LAVACA - NEBR THIS AND THAT Comintf Events Celebration Committees Meeting June 10 Countj Commissioners June 14 Independence Day Jmy 4 Teachers Institute August 22 Valentine will celebrate Commissioners meet next Tuesday Judge Walcott is in Merriman today on business D C ifelson of Cody spent Mon day in the city Prank Kothleutner was down from Georgia Tuesday liev A B Clark was over from Eosebud Monday LeRoy Sawyer is studying telegra phy at the depot II E Evjerdell is making trains for the Valentine House Prof Bob Bruce of Woodlake was in town Monday on business Hudruff Ball of Cody has been in town several days this week Jean Morrow and V Gr Stevenson...

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 — 9 June 1898

fir J 1 1 and V Hands on Board Pf fakttfme frttwcrai ROBERT GOOD Editor and Pre VALENTINE NEBRASKA BL0W1J UP BY OREGON CAUGHT TRYING TO RUN THE vrfBLpCKApEAfNTAGO One of tho Big Warships 13 inch Shells Hits the Spanish Destroyer She Goes Down With AH -First Blood for the Oregon- News Ijas been received from Port An tonio confirming the report that the Span ish torpedo boat destroyer Terror or the Furor sister ships had been sunk by an American warship Itappears that the Ore gon saw the craft sneaking close to shore and heading toward the harbor of Santi ago She signaled the craft to turn to and her signals were improperly answered whereupon the Oregon opened lire upon her A 18 inch shell struck the torpedo boat amidships and she sunk with all handB It Is believed the torpedo boat de stroyer may have been the Furor of Cer veras Meet as the latest reports concern ing the Terror seem to show that her boilers were still out of order Another dispatch Tuesday morning says the above cannot...

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 — 9 June 1898

T n X I X W - A ii 14 i D i TAXING CORPORATIONS The House of Representatives under the rule of Speaker Reed the Despot no longer debates public questions It has sunken into a dull and placid con dition such as might be expected to prevail in a Council of State held by a Sultan or a Pasha or some such Ori ental lord and master and it does what It Is ordered to do -with scarcely a grumble The activity and verbosity of the Spnate somewhat compensates fo the vacuity- of the House and it is in the former chamber that the war revenue measure has had the only dis cussion preceding its enactment and the only disclosure to the public of its purpose and nature -There are still some Senators who really appear to desire to know what -the people want and to do it They find that their coiu tltuents are willing and glad to contribute to the expense of carrying on hostilities provided that falrnessinuds equity are observed in ex acting the necessary contributions That the war should be energeticall...

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 — 9 June 1898

3 SANTIAGO IS STORMED BT SCI K m iSES enemy reveal the location of the new masked batteries and to compel the Span ish fleet to come out and fight When the American fleet advanced the Cristobal jColon lay across the entrance to the har bor her port broadside facing the assail ants Schley wanted to be in the midst of whatever was going to happen so he transferred his flag from the Brooklyn to the Massachusetts at -noon Two hours later the Massachusetts New Orleans and Iowa not more than a cable length mparl steamed up to the harbor mouth wihin 4000 yards of Morro castle Two miies further out to the sea the Brooklyn Texas and other ships of the blockading fleet rede the waves with just headway enough for steering purposes Six min utes steaming would have brought them into the fight but they got no invitation and lay there to the end The Massachusetts opened fire taking the Spanish flagship for its first target An eight inch shell was thrown It was not a good shot quite as bad as the s...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 9 June 1898

V I r mil i B v x - STOCK BRANDS - T E Jl Mi CgagESgJsagggieaaM T JMetzger Bros M I VJJMl mi v tiaru Till man Neb Cherry Co h Brand on left tldo and thigh Earmark square cron rijiht ear bouuiern oranoea cattle have but one brand on left side Native cattle have throat wattle Itaime on tordon and Snake Creeks Horses have same brandjon left thigh A JBctcnrtl ofSlOO will be paid to any person for information leading to the arrest and final conviction of anv person or persons steal ing cattle with above brand Joseph W Bownet r O address Merrunan Nebr Itlghtcar cropped Hole in center of leit -ear Range Lake creek V n wl ffW -- teAJBl William M Dunbar Lessee from Heine Kroeger Cody Neb DUn Alsr Henry Pratt T Rosebud S D Lcrt side Horses same on eft blioulder Deerhorn clip on -some cattle Wl IHffl I Jack LePoint Mcrriman Neb Cattle branded on felt side Some on Slip also Earmai k round hole tn center oi left ear Also use And Jj8 X HLpXjc on M left foggj side on right side Bear creeks Either ...

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 — 9 June 1898

Ir V- WHAT THEY DO All night long the little stars blink All nightlong they twinkle and wink All night long when were fast asleep Through the cracks hfthd shutters they peep peep peep But what do they do when the daylight conies When the sun wakes up and his big rouuu eye Stares and stares at the big round sky The little stars nestle right down in their aest And their bright eyes close while they rest rest rest r And thats what they do when the day light conies All day long in the warm summer time The posies blossom and creep and climb All summer long when the south winds blow They nod their heads and they grow grow grow But where do they go when Jack Frost conies They wrap themselves in their faded gowns And they take a trip to the rootlet towns When the icicle fringes begin to grow And the air is full of the snow snow snow And thats where they go when Jack Frost comes And the little ones chatter the whole day long Of building and weaving and lesson and song All day long in the mer...

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