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f VALENTINE DEMOCRAT
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I. M. RICE - Editor and Propr.
Marie Zarr , Foreman.
A Weekly Newspaper published eVery Tljure-
day at Valentine , Nebras. . . t-v *
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M't. Subscription - S1.5jj3er Year.
* t. Local Notices , ocper Imp per issue
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Entered at the rostofllce atVin nllne , Neb. .
' for transmission through the ! mulls , as secoad
class ifattfer ; ' * i" 3 i ; " , < M-
Thursday , November , 17 , 1910.
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Now , don't you wish it' had been
Shallenberger . I SS/ ? ;
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Shallenberger for the senate in
, place of Rrowp. , , , . ,
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Gov. . alldnberger weald have
carried the state by 20,000.
&drrf Bro'vp\and Burkett never
" did reprgen"t * Nebraska people aE
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Senators . . , , . .
Were youi'-p oudeBthopiS' real
ized in the election of your favoritt
candidate , or was it just a little
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turney and a little crow ?
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c. . ' -
The Valentine democrats rejoice
in the ekction-pf'Gr..M'i Hitchcocl
for , U Sv ehajforandJ. . . 'P.Nayloi
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for 'jcounty con missioner , andthei ]
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jajdip to Ne York ,
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' Jersey , Connecticut.
Massachusetts and a few. westerr
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states ior consolation.
ACTER . THE ELECTION
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The .pflsT election denotes al
things "to-all"men and- speaks
various language. -
To hinf w'hqse favorite' candidate
\as elected , ie j3anv rejoice in th <
"simply beh'e dHo e tiie lesser * oj
"All did , nqt"shar0dn , . the'opinior
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th.at _ , therett was a much preferrec
can idafein Ihe field. " The vote
was- riot - -overwhelmingly upon
any candidate. Indeed , there was a
Considerable following-fbr each "dan
did-ate'End those who ' -fell a 'little
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al 9r.t.fwrere5..simply/defeated ; but his
following. " anflfheir. . .belief still- exists
ists- thought their --choice candidate
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\ent " -.ji'v' ' , : * down - . to defeat , . perhaps be-
cause of his principles , but mosl
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ca ejJbecause/ofi.the personality oi
the candidate- . this campaign
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where the' inSep'ehdent votitig'was
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l. . vc.-\ - - , ,
. jarty lij es w ere in a great meas :
ure' brdk'en dnly-in localities where
prejudices and bitter feeling was
zfUqa'Bly 'stirre ' by men , . 'whc ,
thought ' Uhey.held * the key V the
situation and their , energies and ef-
f tS'jyere'coanten matched by those
Who * , cared 'little ? OF either candidate
but because a favorite or rather . th'e
v.i - =
/leat | [ ; "objectionable candidate was
a61ackedv- ] they Reciprocated -with an
that , was made to resemble a
ftf seniineht in favor of the
insignificant seeming indifference
* .r H- v / > w / l
that might Jiave been entirely over-
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Tlie most ardent support of Dahl-
mali irom thebeginmn'gi roi4he
resulted m the Counter
canlel ; ) ilfnanjs ) supporters -back at
AldrieH , showingj'ithat his record
waifn'ot entirelv "above reproach ,
bu thfe' 3ie had been cast to defeat
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IaDlnfan'i ) > eieauseiof hts strenuous
eacapaigri - 'for w the liquor interests in
which they were more interested in
the measure than in the man and
Dayman , was a too willing sacrifice ,
proclaiming . heir doctrines at a
cost to him in votes.
Had lie , gone forth unharapered ,
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untethered and without being lassoed -
seed "to"- the liquor combine , hunt-
ing foi friends , a friendly mention
and hearty handshake , he could
have been elected without the neces
sity of speech from him during the
-campaign nor 'any action : but to
play the part of 'a 'man a'mong
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But he was'charged with a mes
sage tothe , people ; w'hich annpyed'
and , provoked many of his warm- *
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est friends , who. mighfc have given *
most loyal support. They couldn't"
"combine their , ? influence * in open
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campajgn" ' in-coalition with tlie
liguor cpmbme and all the follo'w-
in g of such-interests-in th'e cities. *
- * It was hopeless fromjhe begin
ning in.view' . Pf the lengthy and
fheated campaign in whichDahlman
lost votes eacli day he ' raised his"
voice" , inwhich some persona ]
friends and" admirers were put to
shame by" the bold arfd" reckless
declarations ( hat sounded as tliough
coming not' out of the soul of man
but out of cold , heartless and soul-
' ' Jim and
* 'We supported Mayor
Voted for hinras the man we knew ,
because of what * we believed he
would do as a man and as a .gov
Brother JJowlb'y ' is .huprahing for
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Aldrich'Witftfone breath' .and the
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next deplores- the Jde'featv of 'Judge
Good for congress. Then he ment '
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tions : -
* ' -It is-"considered good politics
Nvhen a candidate can work both the
saloon and church , vote so as to get
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ri t <
then support , . < t- . _
- Then again :
"Hereafter when any officials , of
-the towns faiLor refuse , to inforce
the la.ws , all you will have to do is
to call Gov. Aldricn's attention to
the fact arid straightway they.will :
be cited 'tofafpearand "shojv , ciauoe
why they should not be removed'
froin-.office. That'is ( part of the
victory won. " -
Then pours the cold water on * iu
this paragraph ; ' , .
"Many people , we are inclined to
believe , like to be played : for
chumps. " >
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.The defection in our own minds
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give encouragement to others to cut
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off some other head on some trivial
or imaginary excuse ,
Brother'Bowlby'is a conscientious
man , but he helped to defeat Judge
Good , though perhaps unconscious
ly. InsteadoHaking up his space
and time in--the campaign to vent
his'spite : on Dahlman'r ? candidacy
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and ' praising Aldrich , who qrdi-
narily , or if Gov , Shallenberger had
been the democratic nominee , he'd
have scored unmercifully , he should.
havei given his time and attention
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to Judge Good , who-'for want > of
p roper and favorable consideration ,
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was lost signtof in the mud sling
ing campaign in which the- people
were blinded and led or encouraged
to believe the virtue to be all on the-
Stand up for the men you can
support on your ticket instead of
villifying those you cannot defehcT
and thus waste space that , might
profitably .be used for a worthy
Somebody scratched the" ticket ,
bolfetK'some party nominee and
then gfrt' sore because .somer other ,
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fellbw did the . same tfiing-i on some
other part of the ticket. Another
fellow who voted for his favorite
man on the democratic ticket and
jpossibly no other , declared that if
his favorite candidate was not elect
ed no'democrat need hereafter look
to him'for his support and that the
democratic party would be dead'for
A" car "load" ovf" Weber- wagons , ,
must be sold at once
, for railway commissioner , to fill vacancy , H Wright ) c. ) for governor 117.
Dipping cattle fras begun "and
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will take a week-or so. - ;
Jay Barnett has * a notion 4 °
work ifi Gordon this winter. -
Mrs. Myers is gettingover her
homesickness and says she almost
likes the san < J hills now. 5 ' .
George Hills talks of haying a
husking bee , as he is getting'lone
some picking by "himself.
Herschell Reynolds took a car
load .of cattle tarOmaha for . , his
son-in-law and-himself , lately.
Mrs. Gilkson , who'has 'teen in
the hospital at Rochester , Minn. ,
since August , is expected home
SOO'n ; fy : * r i
. Mr. Pierson is gfting to Missouri
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to spend the winter on . , account of
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his healthy His vtife . .has-been
there some time. , ifp ; _
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Mr. Tongs , 76 years old , has
helped Mr. Hills some in his corn
field just to show he is as spry as
some young men.
Mrs. Orville Connor .has re-
turned from . her visit , with rela-
f fj -f
tives- . near Valentine , where-she
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had been since September , a. , ,
Mr. Plumer , who is working'at
the Overton , but staying at home
nights , brought inli ducks jn half
an hour's hunting , one morning
John Coleman has taken , Mr. ,
.Denny's cattle for a year , , .while
the latter sends his girls-to school.
Mr. Coleman has hauled lumber
and built a good shed.
Henry Lefler is home from Dan
Hill's whereuhe has been working.
He has invested his -wages in a
windmill which is now , being , put
on his father's homestead ,
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Mr. and Mrs. Moss have begun
work at the Overton ranch , the
latter to do the cooking. Ira Rose ,
who was cook , intends going to
his claim near Walls , S. D.'soon.
Leander Mauer is kept busy
these days putting down wells for
new homesteaders. Watson Win
ters has a small well machine that
helps out some that would-o'thef-
wise have to wait.
The Rose family , who were liv
ing on Mr. Burress' homestead f .
during his absence , have moved in
with Fred" Hill's family until Mr.
Rose and Ezra can get their houses
built on their claims.
A social , . "just for fun , ! % -was-
held at the school house Nov. 11.
A nice program of the usfial order
but better , was prepared by the
school and the four largest girls
added an original supplement. .
Mr. Burress has returned from
his taip Oklahoma which he
took for his wife's health , and
who was threatened withj 'con
sumption. She is not entirely re
covered , but he could not stay off
his claim longer. He * drove Tthru
to , Missouri , startingV Jn "May-
From there he went to1 Oklahoma
by "r'a'H" ' and back.wtittf his
visiting- relatives there. He then
drove back from Missouri , his old
Mr. and Mrs. Vertex moved on-
Jto a claim over the line in Sheri
dan county about October. _ They
have built a barn and a cement
cellar and are now starting a
house. Mr. Vertex hauled- the
cement blocks from Gordon for
Mr. Dean , a tailor from Chicago
cage , filed on the section east of
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John Coleman , and > Mr. Coleman
will build his house for him in a
couple of weeks. Mr. Deans has.
been looking in other places for
land but thinks this the best sec
tion of the country to be 'found.
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Mr. and Mis. Price had. a sad
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home-coming fiom ; Valentine ,
where they buried their -baby.
Mrs.'Price's sisterj 'MissTillson - ,
accompanied them home to stay a
KT < > * ' * * . * " Jrifi' ' * , ' a iLr
f - i ' i'
couple - ofweeks1. . ' vPnewhom
neighborhood is sorry for the par
ents in their sudden bereavement.
Hull relinquished his claim
and has built a house on , someland
Mr * Speck offered him- for that
purpose- can stay at home and *
work on the Speck ranch. Mrs'
Hull has just recovered .from a
severe Attack of quinsy. Mr.
Hull , sr' ' , has returned to Missouri.
Mr. Brown , wno filed east of
Mr. May.'s last summer , and who
formerly lived near Sioux City , is
going to build his house soon. He
bought a young team of Mr. Rash.
and got a carload of nice heifers
from Sioux City. He thinks this'
country beats South Dakota to
-On account ofa severe attack-
of pneumonia last winter , Mr.
Reynolds has built a' ' coal . house
and got it filled. He , hopes to-
avoid an attack this year. It is
no joke to dangerously ill and
25 miles from a doctoror - drugstore
store , "with hilly ro'ads and a
treacherous river besides.
Cottonwoo.d grove fs on the'west
line of the county on Snake creek.
It is 25 miles from Gordon , which
is the . nearest town. ' It has a
school of twenty pupils and a Sun
day school of about thirty , botlTof
which are flourishing. The school
district comprises two townshipst
Most of the children come to school
horseback , A telephone system ]
runs from Gordon to the Overton
ranch , and on to the ranches south.
TURN OVER YOTJR
MONEY. , MOVE THE , OLD "
STOCK. BRING NEJV.
BRING THE OLD CU&TOM- '
. ERS TO YOUR STOEIt ! .
* HOW ? BY ADVERTI.S-
. ETG THEN BY ADVERTISING
TISING pY AGAIN , 'AKD
' " 6THER"WOlffiS , ADVER-
Examination next week. '
Wm. Heelan of the freshmen
class is out of school this week.
Morning rhetoricals is an inno
vation the freshmen delight ( ? ) in.
Miss 'Gordon's room will give a
Thanksgiving program this 1 riday
Maud Rowley of the junior class
is in Omaha this week. We miss
The juniors gave the story of
Lancelot and Elaine last Friday to
an appreciative audience.
Our laboratory supplies for phy-
'sics and chemistry are here and the
shelf room is all occupied.
Miss Driscoirs and Miss Nelson's
room will give a Thanksgiving pro
gram liext Wednesday afternoon ,
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t Kate Helzer , .Kale Burge arid
Pearl Carey" the normal training
class 4were substitute teachers last
Stipt. and Mrs. Bettenga and all
the teachers were pleasantly enter
tained at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
D. E' Sherman last Thurday eve
ning.- * '
Sanitary drinking fountains will
be installed in our school. Two on
the first and" one on the second
floor. . We all appreciate this im
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, .The students in Caesar emulate
the great general in burning mid
night oil. They will all be excused
from examination , having an aver
age of 95 or over.
Miss Van Driel , principal of the
high school , entertained the seniors ,
high . school faculty and Mrs. Bet-
tenga with an evening's boating on
jThe advanced German class is
studying Undine , having finished
Hoher als .die Kirche. They are
thorough in their work as reported
by the high school inspector.
The teachers of Valentine and
northeast Cherry county organized
last' Saturday afternoon. Once a
month they will give a program
discussing the reading circle books
and read professional papers. .The
officers of the association are Prof.
Bettenga , president ; Miss Florence
Jackson , secretary.
St. Nichols Church.
Services- will be held ab the
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Catholicchurch- follows :
-In Valentine , on Sunday Nov.
2X ( . 1st mass at 8 a. m.
2nd-mass at > 10 a. ra. .
Benediction t the Blessed Sac
rament after. mass.
Instruction for the children at
3 "pi ra' . ,
In.Grookston on Sunday , Nov . ,
27 , at 10 a. m.
Leo M. BLAERE ,
Wednesday , Nov. 23 , is the date
oLtfie coolied food sale held at T. ,
C. Hornl > y's store at 10 o'clock by
St. John's Guild.
Obituary. / .
Rev. Asbury .Caldwell * . A. B _
the only SOD of the Rev. Dr. and
Mrs. J. Mr Caldwell , died su&Jeh- "
ly October 8 , 1910 , at New Castle ,
New South > Wales , Australia ,
where he had been called as pastor
of the .Brown St. Coagregational
church six years ago. - 'j
He was born in JRock jKive.r
.jSerainary and Collegiatejnstitute ,
at Mt. Morris , Illinois , Oct. ' 13 ,
1868 , and hence lacked ; rbutfive
days of being 42 yeara old. f
Though his. life was not Iongrt \
hal been a very strenuous one.
He was a brilliant student , and at \
12 years.of age was in the-high
school of Chicago ; at 15 was enter
ed freshman at the North Western
University , and at the age of 20
was in charge of a church at
Ulysses , Kan. At 21 he accqnV
panied his father unpn his trip Ip
the Holy Land , . JEgypt and Eu
rope , and returning'accepted *
call to Joliet , 111. * Later he was
pastor of the Congregational
church at Palm Beach , Fla. , ancL
frora there went to Australia , 13
years ago , and wa < > pastor of jj
church at Freemantle and Xal-
goorlie in West Australia , going
from there to Newcastle , a city of
70,000 inhabitants , where he serv
ed the leading Congregational
church , from which six others had
been organized. Three years ago
he had his first stroke of paralysis
and another two years ago , and
died as a result ; of the third.
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