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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 4 August 1898

X T I fl rr im IBIM1 i I i I ill i i V1MV B H H r - - r2r ar SMOOTH AS HIS OIL Certain of the pious youth of New York says the Journal must surely Ull remember the instructive moment -when Mr lohn D Rockefeller appear ed before them with a well thumbed memorandum book in his hands and told them of the little earnings and modest benelicence of his youth They listened spellbound while he told of his earnings of G a week a gift of 23 cents to foreign missions 10 cents to Bible societies and various sums to divers beneficiaries And when the multi millionaire trying to look as if he yearned for the days of penury again closed by saying that he held it the duty of every man to get all the money he could honestly and then give it ail away his auditors felt that there In deed was a true guid for youth through lifes thorny path When the Ohio Leg islature is not electing corruptionists and bribers to the United States Senate it is usually engaged in investigating the methods by which Mr Rocke...

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 — 4 August 1898

a f he ftihntine democrat BOBKltT GOOD Editor and Prop VALENTINE 1 t NEBRASKA PHILIPPINE ADYICES MERRITT FINDS CONDITION UN SATISFACTORY The Attitude of the Insurgents Is Similar to that of Garclas Cubans on the Question of the Right to Enter the Cityv Condition Very Unsatisfactory Geu Merritt has cabled the war depart ment that he finds the situation in Mauila very unsatisfactory and dangerous owing to the attitude of the insurgents which is similar to that assumed by Garcias Cubans on the question of the right to en ter and take possession of the city though more formidable being more numerous belter armed and Hushed with the victories over the Spaniards Merritt says he will do his utmost to protect citizens from the insurgents sav agery though the task is delicate and diffi cult because while fighting the Spaniard he must be ready at any moment to repel the insurgents Mei ritt said ho was about to combine with Dewey in a demand for the surrender of the city which may cause a rupt...

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 — 4 August 1898

n YK hr r X Y MILES HAS LANDED PORTO RICAN EXPEDITION DIS EMBARKS AT GUANICA Town on the South Coast of the Island Felectcd for the Landing More Troops to Be Ordered to the Front Without Delay FIok in Porto Rico Washington special The advance brigades of the army of invasion under Gen Miles landed on the island of Porto Ilico and immediately be gan establishing bases of supplies for the rc enforeements that are speedily to fol low The War Department received in formation direct from Major Gen Miles of the landing Circumstances were such that the American commander deemed it advisa ble to take the harbor of Guanica first fifteen miles west of Ponce which was successfully accomplished The Glouces ter Commander Wainwright first enter ed the harbor met with slight resistance fired a few shots This is a well protect ed harbor water sufficiently deep for all transports the heavy vessels can anchor within a few hundred yards of shore The Spanish flag was lowered and the Ameri can flag rais...

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 — 4 August 1898

i 5 l fV 1 If i i a THE MAKING OF A SOLDIER Joe Terry hoed In a stony field Under a sweltering sun The boy and the rock and the native weed Fought for the life in a battered seed And the struggle was just begun Get out of the mud and follow me Said the man with the better clothes Against you are vermin and drought and frost You will aiiger nature with labor lost Come whero a fair wind blows But the boy digged on in the stony field With the struggle barely begun I put the seed in this ground said he I think 1 had better stay and see Whatever may be done Joe Jerry quarried and placed the stones And fitted the timbers true jLuen his neighbors came with fevered eyes Gold pans of gold just where it lies Shall we wait a day for you A soft voice rifted the evening calm Singing the death of day A tired child came and went with a kiss I have a wife and a home and this I -think I had better stay War On to war and the cry came near There is honor or fame for all I have a dying wife and these I...

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 — 4 August 1898

Y r A A 4 ftrecf 7pe off re Highest Order of Excellence in Manufacture WaiterGaKerGos 0 1 pip9 Absolutely Pure J Costs Less Tftsn QUE cent a Cop f Be sure that yon get the Genuine Article made at DORCHESTER MASS by 7 WALTER BAKER CO Ltd ESTABUSKED 1780 BAD LOOD CASCAKETS do a claimed tor them una are a truly wonderful medicine Itavo often wished for a medicine pleasant to talce and at last have found it in Caecarcts Since taking them my blood has been puriOed and my complexion has Im proved wonderfully and I feel much better In every way Mus Sallie i Bellaiis Iuttrell Tean HXffiH CANDY TRADEMARK Pleasant Palatable Potent Taste Good Do Good Never Sicken Weaken or Gripe 10c 25c 50c CURE CONSTIPATION Stirling Remedy Company Cblrato Sontrenl Kew Tort 319 IIflTftR4P Sold and jruaranteed by all drug HU I U DAW Kistsao CUBE Tobacco Habit SLECKER WILL KEEP YOU DRY EsMBganHRHE3aaMMMMMaM Dont be fooled with a mackintosh or rubber coat If you want a coat that will keep you dry in the hard est ...

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 — 4 August 1898

i - At- J - 1- 7 h i p HiE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT EOBEET GOOD Editor and Publisher Official Paper of Cherry Coun ty Nebraska 100 JPer Year in Advance EUBLIHHED EVERY THURSDAY Entered at l e Post officest Valentine Cherry county Nebraika as Second class matter This paper will be mailed regularly to its subscribers until a definite order to discontinue is received and all ar rears are paid in full Here is a Peyser the fusion nom inee fo governor will be elected ftxen the local tickets are nominat ed this fall the fusion ticket will not be a onesided affair It will- be fusion When we think of the achievements of Roosevelts Hough Eiders and re member that part of- them belong to Kew Yorks 490 we are forced to admit that the Yankee Dudell Do Democratic conventions which platform of 96 and Grover Clevelands attitude toward the acquisition of foreign territory can ex pect nothing but derision from sensi ble men ONeill Frontier Why The Ohadron Journal has launched a congressional boomlet for Ca...

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 — 11 August 1898

fo v i k v L te k ft I t t 1 iJ a JL re f i IT f 1 w T T A v fTHE t I i VOL XIII THIS AND THAT Comina Events Teachers Institute August 15 County Commissioners August 15 Plnkertons Lecture Aug ic Democratic Senatorial Conveution Aug 20 Topullst Senatorial Convention August 20 Teachers Reception Aug 20 WatsonS Lecture Aug 24 Labor Day September 5 Populist Commissioner Convention Sept 9 Democratic Commissioner Convention Sept 9 Populist County Convention Sept o DemocrattcICounty Convention Sept 10 Republican Coinr Convention Sept 17 Judge Hayward was nomi nated tor Governor hj the re publican convention yester day Baker leaving the race Woodruff Ball of Cody is in town today Mrs Geo Hornby visited in Crooks ton yesterday Mrs T C Hornby is visiting rela tives in Chadron C S Gould and family have return ed from their visit east The town will be turned over to the school maams next Monday C R Van Leer of Brownlee reg istered at the City Hotel Sunday A new roof has been put on the warehous...

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 — 11 August 1898

H H 1 i I 5 iKIfe Wnhntine Semocrnt ROBERT GOOD Editor and Prop VALENTINE a stda NEBRASKA There is no longer any doubt about It Cuba is very unhealthy for Spaniards Admiral Ccrveras coming out party made a good deal of disturbance in the neighborhood It would have been an act of charity if Congress had made the bankruptcy law big enough to cover Spain There is every reason to believe that Queen Lil no longer regards President McKinley as a great and good friend Will somebody interested in the late La Bourgogne kindly explain what water tight compartments and collision bulkheads are for Were you ever well out at sea in quires a pulpit orator impressively We never were on the contrary we always are seasick under such conditions A scientific contemporary asserts that a bat alwa3s avoids obstacles as easily as if it could see perfectly It is different with the man who is on a bat We are pleased to see that Couni Limburg who of late has been in rather bad odor has regained sufficient pre...

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 — 11 August 1898

t l V K h I 1 L i J - V I table Dollars Thy advocates of the goldtiindaid are the self styled champions of1 the honest dollar It ought to be easy to agree upon a definition of what consti tutes honesty in the dollar But what do the gold men give us They say Lhat honest money is sound moiley and sound money is honest money This is a reasoning in a circle When pressed tcr a more specific answer they1 say that the gold dollar is honest be cause it is always worth one hundred eeis or because it loses nothing in value v hen melted and is therefore stable in value The law says that the dollar shall be of the value of one huulrcdafents How then could it be worth Jiipujor le si than thatV The quality Of being worth one hundred cents is -simply a law given quality The whole is always worth neither more nor lesstlian thr i i sum of its parts But does tiui show that the irold dollar has remained sta ble Certainly not In order to see if stability of value has been maintained comparison must be ...

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 — 11 August 1898

nc npmKfSSSSt IN CAMBONS CARE Soains Rfiolv Delivered to 3JS3qS2eKS3S3SaS3EESSSKS2 THE WORLD OYER LATEST NEWS FROM EVERY LAND DAYTOPKACTICELAW HE TOOK THE PORTFOLIO CON DITIONALLY Was the Understanding that Ho Should Resign at the Close of Hostilities Will Probably Be One of the Peace Commissioners Back to Private Life In connection with the probable selec tion o Secretary of State Day as one of the peace commissioners it is stated that he will at an early date be released from the office of secretary of state and after concluding his labors as a member of the commission will resume the practice oi law in Canton Although this is the first public announcement that Secretary Day intends to retire from public life it has long been known to his most intimate friends that when he accepted the port folio he did so with the understanding that he would resign his office immediately after peace had been restored between Spain and the United States the French Ambassador Washington Aug 8 The r...

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 — 11 August 1898

K f i A A MOPS 1 DB Total Obliteration of Shatters Men Threatened WHOLE ARMY IS SICK Not a Perfectly Well Man Among Ameri can Troops at Santiago War Department Finally Awakens to Necessity of Action Sufferinc Sol diers to Be Sent North as Rapidly as Possible Are to Be Transported to Montauk Point I T Sensational Petition Signed by All the Leading Officers at Santiago Washington special Gen Shafters army will be brought home to the United States as rapidly as possible Information that the division commanders at Santiago led by Col The odore Roosevelt had addressed a letter to Gen Shatter urging the immediate with drawal of the Fifth corps from Cuba was cantained in a dispatch which was carried to the White House after 1 oclock Thurs- day morning and a council of war was held at once when the full purport of the letter became known In the statement presented to Shatter by Roosevelt and which is indorsed by all the general officers at Santiago it is the declared belief that half the ar...

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 — 11 August 1898

m u i i m n 51 I 3 3 i v Good Roads in Prussia There is in Prussia and in the other States a corps of educated highly trained State employes who have tanade roads their profession and ihey iinoiv their business Constant repair f2s one main reason for the condition of the German roads Comprehensive and minute regulations are strictly en forced In some provinces the village mayor is held strictly responsible for the good condition of all the roads in ids district except the state roads The work of repair is constant and the la bor is constantly supervised Another main reason why the bulla Ing of roads is carried out honestly is the virtual absence of temptation to do otherwise The laws are very slrict and violations are severely punished by fine and imprisonment There are three kinds of highways the provincial the Kries and the Ge memde Wege The former two are those whose building and maintenance rests on the shoulders of the provincial or district representative bodies All the rest a...

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 — 11 August 1898

IV- A T i A flllJgCi W tSjSSa s You feel the blood rushing along But what kind of blood That is the question Is it pure blood or impure blood If the blood is impure then you are weak and languid your appetite is poor and your digestion is weak You can not sleep well and the morn ing iinds you unprepared for the work of the day Your cheeks are pale and your com plexion is sallow You arc troubled with pimples boils or some eruption of the skin Why not purify your blood and then put your finger on your pulse agcin You can feel the difference It is stronger and your circulation better Send for our book on Impure Blcod If you are bilious take Aycrs Pills They greatly aid the Sarsaparilla They cure constipation also Wrlto to our Dodoes Write thom freely all the particulars In your case Tou ll receive a prompt reply without yot s aaxessvu d J AYER Lowell Mass Remember the name when you buy A K fa szg will do it Take it a few days again 1 PLU6 m m Remember the name when you buy again aniW s...

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 — 11 August 1898

H h ii j 1 1 Y eUfc - THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT EOBEET GOOD Editor and publisher - Official Paper of Cherry ty Nebraska 1jOO Per Year in Advance PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY Entered at lb e Post office at Valentine Cherry county Nebraika as Second class ntatter This paper will be mailed regularly to its subscribers until a definite order to discontinue is received and all ar rears are paid irffull t - It is expected that Hon W L Greene will speak here on Sept 10 though complete arrangements have not yet been made JL man who gads around blowing himself at political conventions while iiis wife and children stay at home and work from the beginning of the year to its end may be looked upon as a good politician but he will never be elected to a seat in paradise- The democrats of Brown county have nominated T VV De Long for superintendent to fill the unexpired term of J O Berkley Mr De Long is an old friend of ye scribes and will inake Brown county a first class super intendent when he takes cha...

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 — 18 August 1898

art i T A IKz u -WT - V -- - f WJr y rt i t Iw -d ac f A jrt 5H a - V -- lllJCi VOL XIIL THiS AND THAT Coming Events Democratic Senatorial Convention Aug 20 Fpullst Senatorial Convention August 20 Teachers Reception Aug 20 WatsonS Lecture Aug 24 Edilh Turner ElocutionistAugust 2G O E S Entertainment August 31 Old Settlers Reunion Sarks Sept 2 and 2 Labor Day September 5 School begins Sept 5 P opuhst commissioner Convention Sept 9 democratic Commissioner Coneiition fcept 9 W L Gieene Sept 10 Populist Countv Com ention Sept to Democratic County Convention -Sept 10 Republican Comr Contention Sept 17 A Newberry of Cody was a county seat visitor last Friday Geo Rienert made a flying trip down the road Saturday Bruce Moore of Merriman register ed at The Donoher Sunday Mrs T 0 Hornby returned home from Chadronunday morning C II Bullis has sold the Ft Nio brara mail route to John Dillon A sister of J E Thackrey is work ing in the county treasurers office T Fowler and wife of Sparks regis te...

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 — 18 August 1898

t fflahntine etnocrat EOBERT GOOD Editor and Prop VALENTINE - NEBRASKA Boston objects to the I R on Inter nal revexrue stamps and Insists on I am Who can now question the fact that Bchley won that victory A Txeas girl baby has been named Schleyette Alfonso probably will conclude after a careful study of events at Manila and Santiago that the king doesnt rule the deck after all Over in Kansas William Office has been elected sheriff This we take it Is about the only Office in Kansas that really seeks the man Jlirfng his shflrtr cap tain geueraley of Cuba Weyler cleaned up 11000000 and still some people say there is no money in the butcher business If Spain ever gives one of the Philip pine Islands to Germany we earnestly advise the Kaiser to insist on an ab stract of title signed by Uncle Sam Down in Kentucky a dry goods dealer has failed for 250000 with assets esti mated at 40000 Thus is illustrated the folly of trying to seH dry goods in Kentucky General Pando showed wise military d...

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 — 18 August 1898

p y We told them that the issuance or folliM lmt iw -v v - I fi 1 CNT PAY WITHOUT MONEY When friends of free silver were urg ing Congress to expand the currency and furnish more money for business as well as for war we were ridiculed ly tho gold press which declared that all the country needed to carry on the war was less money and more taxation If those tons of sold could be put in circulation if the value they represent could he injected into the arteries of trade then some benefit would be con ferred Indeed great benefit would re sult But as this gold is simply piled up in the treasury vaults of New York it confers no more benefit than so much brick dust Wheat in an elevator will not keep people from starving Wheat bonds would furnish safe investments must Qe grcmua jut0 flour made into aud withdraw money irom uusmus and thai with the ootids issued lo ab sorb the circulating medium the new taxes Imposed by the Dingley bill would not only be onerous vexatious and burdensome but th...

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 — 18 August 1898

GIPMS THE GLOBE is WHAT OUR NEWS SUM MARY DOES THE FIGHTINGIS OVER ADVANCE PORTO Vt lerman gustin MU credit the The inJ Wildman nft rnR hav o uiht interest but those officials ceived from Atlm Merritt indicated tha to force a surrender of possible OF AMERICANS RICO STOPPED reated no surprise among three days news been expected DANGER OF IN Our Soldiers Closing In on Aibonito When the News of the Signing of the Protocol Is Received Troops to Hold Their Positions Troops Under Miles Command Saturday Gen Miles who is at Ponce notified Gen Macias at San Juan by cable of the signing of the protocol and Mon day received from Macias an acknowledg ment of the notification Miles also sent Capt Micklor under a Hag of truce to com municate the intelligence to tho Spanish commander at Aibonito Gen Miles says Aibonito would have been bis within four days had not the protocol been signed Gen Wilson was moving to turn the ene mys rightflanlc Gen Miles threatened his front and Gen IJrookc was pushin...

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 — 18 August 1898

V r i MIKJ E R T WAR IS AT AN END Spain Humbly Accepts the Terms of This Countrys Protocol The war is over The Spanish cabinet after due consideration of the terms of the protocol presented by President Mc Kinley decided to accept it and M Cam bon the French ambassador at Washing ton was instructed to sign it With this signature the war comes to a close after nearly fdtar months duration The war has been shorter than even the most san guine anticipated Since April 21 the date fixed by Congress as the beginning of the struggle Porto Rico Cuba the Ladrones and the Philippines have passed into our possession two Spanish fleets have been destroyed one Spanish army has been captured and in every engage ment the enemy has been defeated in the face sometimes of overwhelming obsta cles The valor endurance skill and dis cipline of American soldiers have been fairly tested and they have compelled the admiration of the foreign military observ ers The navy has covered itself with glory and chal...

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 — 18 August 1898

LEAVIN hOME When a feller sorter packs his traps an tjes iv iiuiihwhu - brewing together Whar the birds nr alius suigm an the te honeys in the conil Whar the sunshine is the brightest an the heart beats all in tune An lifes sweet in -winter as in rosiest u days o June- No matter how the skies look e theyre just as bright an blue Ab the eyes with which your sweetheart twinkled messages to you Youll find em growin misty with a haze on field an plain An your eycsll sorter l inkle an the lidsil hide the rainl Fer the distance it looks lonesome an though roses red an white Air jest as sweet off yonder with the dews an with the light As the ones in old time gardens yit its mighty fur to roam An you know more of the roses in the little spot called Home So paekin up fer leavin sorter makes you fumble roun Fer hankcrchers to dry the tears that will come tricklin down An though you say its foolishness yit worlds so wide to roam An the best world fer a feller is the little world at home Atlant...

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