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About Valentine Democrat. (Valentine, Neb.) 1900-1930 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 29, 1910)
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r VALENTINE DEMOCRAT
; ' I. M. RICE - Editor . and Propr.
I ; F A Weekly Newspaper published every Thurs.
I day at Valentine , Nebras.
! 1 Subscription - Sl.HO Per Year.
' I Local Notices , 5c per line per issue
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Entered at the I'ostofflcc at Valentine , Neb. ,
i for transmission through ) ! the mails , as second
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. ; Thursday , September 29 1910.
Ij j i DEMOCRATIGjtfATE T TICKET
, : For U. S. Senator-
1 ' G , M. HITCHCOCK
i For Uo tt e rnor- .
I J. C. DAHLMAN
J : ' For Lieutenant-Governor
i 11. A. CLARK
' r For Secretary of State-
! 'I i C. W. POOL
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4 ! ! For State Treas rer-
! ' i GEORGE E. HALL
' : I For State Superintendent
: . 'I W. R. JACKSON
For Land Commissioner !
. ! W. B. BASTHAM :
i For Railway , ( , Commissioner : :
; I BEN H. : HAYDEN
For Con ress-
WILLIAM J , TAYLOR
For State Senator-
WILLIAM E. HALEY
i For State Representative 52d Dist.
i JOHN F. CARR
1 For County Attorney-
; . C. A. RUBY
For County Commissioner 3d Dist.
' J. F. NAYLOR
I The Democratic County Central
. , ! ' Committee is hereby called to meet
\ ' in Valentine at the Court House
:1 : : for consultation and discussion of
i such matters as may come before
:1 : ; . them Saturday , October S.
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'ti i I It R. Anderson , chairman.
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Don't imagine , Aldrich a saint
! , because you don't like the Dahl-
; I man ph. tform. Aldrich was o p -
I ' posed to county option four years
j i ago in the senate louder than
. i words. _
'j i The best answer to Frank Har-
; ' rison's boosting for the republican-
I prohibition g candidate for gover-
: nor , Mr. Aldrich , is the vote Lin-
! coln and Lancaster county cast at
, . . the primary election.
i E , . Revise each schedule , one by
; E I one , say Burkett's friends with
! i hopes forlorn. Let's hold the graft
1 . ! until were done and our children's
, , children still unborn , may have
: I. finished that , which we begun
when Gabriel calls them with his
I If \ you don't like Mayor : Jim
; 1 you can get busy on the remainder
; ' of the ticket as Bryan will do. He
, ! , won't spend any time telling us
i that Aldrich is preferable to l ahl-
! i ! . : man but will simply saw wood for
, ; the remainder of the democratic
' state ticket.
W. . J. Taylor is a fighter and the
people l like him. His home con-
! , stituency vouch for him as a true
: . friend of the farmers and stock-
i men , . who have twice sent him to
, . the state legislature and now will
send him to * congress. Brother ,
won't you help ?
It grieves us much to see that
some of our erstwhile brother
workers in the democratic vineyard
are throwing down their toots and
are refusing to labor , all because i
their favorite candidate does not :
.head the ticket. But our sorrow
is somewhat assuaged , by the
, knowledge that the strikers from I
the other political factory are com-
. ing to our rescue at the ratio of
two to one.
o We are in receipt of a marked
copy of the Nebraska State Capi-
tol , filled with clippings from a
- . . fow democratic papers - many
times repeated and arranged in
formidable array - all more or less
opposing Dahlman. But nonsensi
cal scare-crows of . . this sort will ] ] not .
t. 1 . . . . scare anti-optionists from the poli ]
' tical field. After November Sth
! i the probi.bs.will find that their
> ; , . fanatical . flower garden has been
! I ruthlessly trampled 1 down by the
I . > mai'ch > of many feet.
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The Valentine Democrat is op-
posed to a return to a republican
state administration like those in
the past eight years preceding
Gov. Shallenberger's , in which ex ,
pense was piled up for state insti
tutions in the most lavish manner ,
keeping this and that .person on
the pay roll whose only excuse I
was a "wheel hoss" of the party
and had to be taken care of with
out physical requirements.
Some of our old friends in the
democratic ranks are bolting the
I head of the" ticket and seem to
think their whole duty lies in vil-
lifying the democratic nominee for
governor because they preferred
Gov , Shallenberger. Perhaps they
forget that they might remain
silent upon that matter and use I ;
their energies still for the demo-
cratic principles for which they
long have fought ; in support of the 1
remainder of the ticket. How can
they become enthusiastic over Al-
drich ? v
J. F. Nay lor , of Merriraan , dem- i
ocratic nominee for county com-
missioner , was in Valentine today
circulating among our citizens and
the many visitors from out in the
county , who were here attending
the sales. l lr . Nay lor is an affable
gentleman of ability and wide ex
perience in business affairs , indus-
trious , honest and absolutely fair
and unbiased in all his dealings.
He is a conscientious thinker and
indefatigable worker , and if Cher-
ry county accepts his proffered
services this fall , it will have se-
cured a careful , conservative em-
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Representatives of seventy ob-
bing , manufacturing and other in-
terests of Lincoln will visit Valen-
tine at 10:00 : a. m , on Friday ,
October 14th. The Lincoln e cur-
sionists are traveling in special cars
and are out with the glad hand
everywhere. The Lincoln Com-
mercial Club , which is the sponsor
of the trip , believes that mutual
acquaintance will beget mutual
benefits. The members think this
so hard . that this excursion is the
second long one made this year.
The tourists are carrying a band ,
a bundle of live wires and several
cases of the glad hand.
Moses P. Kinkaid is a pleasant
man to meet and he has a very
friendly habit of shaking hands
and writing enticing letters that
seem to fetch 'em , making the
voter feel that he has been inter-
viewed by a big congressman.
This is a part of the game and nw
one plays it more scientifically
than Mr. Kinkaid. We all remem-
ber his campaign of two years ago
in which he . took the people into
hi confidence and told them what
he would do if re-elected. We also
know that these promises were
never kept though they may have
been made in good faith at the
time. The investigations of the
Alaskan lands and coal frauds ,
brought about through the efforts
of Cong. G. M. Hitchcock , showed
more plainly than we can \explain
otherwise where \ 'Ir. ILinl aid's
mind was and his votes in opposi- ;
tion to what he promised in the
campaign indicates } how seriously
he regards his interviews and
It is amusing to watch the
spasms that are being thrown by a
few of the good ; better , best boys
of the pencil pushing profesh"
who never , never , shot a highball ,
nor blew suds , except while mak-
'in g bubbles. Their sudden out- I
burst in behalf of the honor and
dignity of the state , is refreshing ,
when one recalls the many shower
baths of shams and frauds that
have been foisted upon our great
commonwealth in the past , by and
with the help of some , at least , of'
these same pretended purifiers ,
who now stoop to calumny in their
opposition to , fr. Dahlman. Com
parisons may be odious , buj . " . ; never
so much so , as the hypocrite who
causes them to become necessary
. flow about our governor-senator ,
who rose to fame by a. te hnicali-
ty ? . Or another of our.great guba-
natorial l stars who gave a sort of
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postmortem approval to a theftof a
half million of the state's money
by a pardon ? There is honor and
not humiliation in store for our
glorious state when a democratic
governor shall have been chosen
this fall. As honor , credit and dig-
nity has attended the past two
years of democratic administration ,
so will it mark the next two years .
of a like administration.
Not by any means will all the
temperance democrats in the state
support 1 Ir. Aldrich. Democrats ,
who not only believe 'in temper-
ance , but who have been teetotal- ,
lers all their lives , will vote and
work for Mr. Dahlman for the
reason that he is a fearless , out-
spoken man of good executive
ability , and will do precisely as he
says , and for the further reason
that all persons who d'o not use
liquor are not prohibitionists.
They realize that county option
would be no sooner secured by the
Dahlman opposition than it would
be discarded and state-wide prohi-
bition demanded in its stead , and
then , as now , every man who op
posed them would be branded as a
servile tool of the liquor ] interest.
County option is being used as a
mask to conceal the design of the
worshipers at the shrine of prohi-
bition and such of these devotees
who are democrats will vote for
Aldrich. yet we are not accusing
them of being in the employ the I
natio > ial anti-saloon league. We
accord them the courtesy of admit- I
ting that they are acting ou fixed 1
principles of their own and within I
their rights , but of course it would
be asking too much to expect like
treatment from them. According
to their gospel , all are sinners and I f
hirelings who think differently I
from them upon the liquor ques i
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When Aldrich ' from his saintly height
lilovvs " oil a blast ; of prolub air ,
Ihs ft'v..r..d'Ii.HI paints i a n Iht. ;
The Capital ! Oh. urewsome silht ! .
Mit nouings but bi'erund pret/.Hs dare.
- Anf Wiedensehen.
( from the German of Omit Jleltfudorlt. )
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I will sell at my ranch on Goose Creek , 10 miles northeast of Brownlee , on
'Wednesday , October 5,1910
Commencing at 10 o'clock a. m. , the following described property :
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24 h dG. H . Consisting i of four 2 = year = olds , three 3 - Y ear-
ea. 01 , . orses. olds , one large gray horse , one bay mare ,
two large buckskin mares , two bay mares , one black pony horse , one brown mare
and nine head . of other good horses. . I
. ' Consisting of three milch cows , two heifer " . , . : , '
C a ttl e an d H. calves , eleven yearling steers , six yearling
heifers , eleven cows eight calves. Also one sow and six pigs. i
. . Consisting of one stacker one sweep , "
Parmi.ng Imp1ements. two mowers , one rake , four wagons , ' i
two buggies ; one plow , one weji outfit , six sets of harness , two hay racks , one r r
blacksmith's outfit , one set of carpenter tools , one grind stone , one pump and I
well pipe i 80 ft. , fourty fence posts , twenty 10 = ft. posts , twenty rods of woven I ' :
wire , three hundred feet of lumber two saddles , one bridle , one sulky plow , one r
stirring . plow , one 2 = horse cultivator , one horse cultivator , one garden outfit , I'
hand . seeder and cultivator , one iron drag.
' Id Goods. Consisting of a . good . organ , a lounge , . one- : I
. half dozen chairs , two rocking chairs , an I ; .
extension table , two cupboards , three bed = steads , a dresser , two bureaus , one
sewing machine , a washing machine , one good heating stove , one good range , . I.
one good 3 = hole burner kerosene stove , one flour chest , one carpet , one clock , ; 1
cooking utensils ank dishes. I i I
430 TONS OF HAY i E
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TEDMSo Oil SUlTIS over $10 one year time will be given r < , purchasers giv- .
0 ing notes with approved security bearing 10 per cent interest.
Sums of $10 and under cash. 5 per cent discount for cash on sums over $10. . .
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I COL. Q. E. TRACE WELL , Auctioneer . W. E. HALEY , Clerk
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The undersigned will sell 1 at I Public Auction to the highest bidder on = ft .
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VALENTINE , NEBRASKA :
The following described property belonging to the late Ludwig Bock :
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, ' ' - One big team of Geldings , weight 2800 IDS. , 5 and 6 years old. : ' . . < , ; :
, , One team of Mares , brown and roan , weight 2400 , 6 years old. ' . ' ' . . : ; . ' ' : ' ,
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10 1 Geldings and 8 iares , ranging in age from 2 to 5 years ; some , broke '
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. One year's time will be given on approved notes bearing 10 1 per cent interest '
from date ; 5 per cent discount for cash. ' " . T. , L ' !
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