The Valentine Democrat. (Valentine, Cherry Co., Neb.) 1896-1898, November 05, 1896, Image 1

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VOL XI
THIS AND THAT
Com ina Events
Valentino Teachers Association Nov 14
Crookstoa Teachers Association Nov 21
TlumlvSglving Nov iW
When will the suspence end any
way
Bob Lucas is down from Gordon
today
Ira Richardson is up from Giliaspie
precinct
E McDonald is down from Crooks
ton today
P Sullivan is in from Cody getting
election news
Enoch Flowers
Uosebud to vote
came home from
Jesse Leanaugh came down from
Ohadron this morning
J W Burleigh of Simeon was in
town a few days this week
Horace Speere came down from
Xavaca with election returns
Lots of fun was occasioned Tuesday
when Sitzler swore in his vote
C Ii Glover and wife returned from
Omaha Monday night after a pleasant
visit
Prof H Johnson of Cody was a
very pleasant caller at headquarters
yesterday
Dr McConville and wife of Rose
bud came over from the agency last
evening
Mark Zarr came down from Rosebud
Agency Monday and returned Wed
nesday
The Mystic Six seem to be concoc
ting some sort of mischief for the near
future
We are informed that John Grange
is seriously ill of typhoid fever at
Kennedy
Harmony visited in town a few days
this week
Charlie White is laid up with a lame
foot the same having been crushed by
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a hay baler
Dan Handy Jim Hull Cole Ainsley
and JOave George came down from
the Brick Yard to vote
Mrs Ludwig returned home Tue s
day from the south part of the county
whorp she has been visiting
X he vote of C D ikose cattle soli
citor was challenged by M Christen
sen Tuesday but was sworn in
The largest and best line of cloaks
and capes ever shown in Valentine
will be found at T C Hornbys 36
Charlie Bullis is tending bar for
Prank Fischer He will prove a valu
able assistant to the latter gentleman
All the flags in town were flung to
the breezes Tuesday showing the
patriotic spirit of the citizens of the
town
The storm of last week was a cork
er to use a slang expression and
roads were badly blockaded for a day
or two
Charlie Watson returned from his
hunting trip in the sand hills last
Tuesday morning to use his rights at
the polls
W T Bullis came down from the
reservation to vote last Tuesday He
expects to remain at home the rest of
the winter
D Stmard seems to be doing a big
busines in the clothing line and from
the looks of his store one would think
he needed more room
The quarenteen was raised from the
Flowers residence last Sunday the
physicians deciding that the desease
was no longer contagious
WE Waite and Thomas Fitzhenry
came up from Kennedy Tuesday after
noon to get news from the election
and returned this morning
home in Chicago yesterday morning
after a very pleasant visit of a few
weeks here with friends and relatives
An elocutionary entertainment for
the benefit of the school liabrary will
be given by Mrs H H Watson
ted by Mrs A B Carroll and Misses
MacDonald and Davenport Friday
evening November 13 at the
dist church Entire proc ed t b up-
plied on lib na
s5 1
Mae Davenport
Edna MacDonald
Editors
School is now dismissed at 4
The coldest days of the past week
gymnastics were engaged in instead of
the customary recess in all the rooms
Remember snowballing is not al
lowed on the school grounds
Election returns are as anxiously
awaited by our school children as by
older persons
Miss Edith M Stark visited
High School Monday
Elmer Bristol was a visitor at
High School Monday afternoon
the
the
Dry Creek
No school in this district Thursday
on account of the storm
Mr Lovell Starr of Connelly flats
was a visitor at Mr Dunns this week
a few days
Lee Miller instead of returning to
Iowa has taken a contract of extract
ing logs from the bluffs on the agency
and will prolong his stay indefinitely
ask a certain young lady what made
him change his mind so suddenly
Dewey Kellogg has moved his family
on the Hily Cole place where they will
reside until spring
Mr Hahn came out from Valentine
and attended to his threshing last
week
Arthur Graeff and John Ryshon re
turned from the hay flats Monday
Messrs Burt Jones and Lee Miller
and Misses Douna Miller and Netta
Dunn attended church at Crookston
last Sunday but strange to relate when
they returned they didnt know the
text
Miss Edith Stark who is teaching at The political speakers at Harmony
school bouse Tuesday night were full
but it wasnt of politics
Mr Smith visited his farm Monday
J3rCrej2kschool has twenty one
scholars enrolled nowr
Dry Creek inen folks are busily en
gaged getting out wood at present
Viola
Wood take Jfo
Well Kelly Auntie is getting along
line couldnt ask for better heal th
W Y Johnson and ivife were talc
ing in the the sights of the city today
Mr Hall Bakewell cast tois first vote
today TVe hope that Hall will make
his vote count
Chas Muiphy took in the eights at
Aiusworth last Saturday evening also
attended an entertainment Pat why
didnt you tafce your best girl
Miss Mamie Stevenson is no longer
working for Mrs Johnson
Miss Sadie Dewey went to the coun
try last Wednesday to attend the
wedding at Mr Butlers place returned
home Sunday evening But -we learn
she failed to attend the wedding
Mr Cunningham has moved down in
the south part of town no wonder Ed
is so happy
Mrs Swan is on the sick sick list
this week
School closed to day on account of
election
Kellys Aunt
J A Hootan and family of Fort
Meade S D but formerly of Butte
this state arrived in town Monday
and are now domiciled in D S Lud
wigs house on Cherry street Mr
Hootan has the contract for hauling
the 000 cords of wood to be put in at
Fort Niobrara by AdamB this win
ter and will employ five or six men
The Spriugview Herald got out
great paper last week great from
a
a
Miss Helen Sparks returned to her republican stand point Not a single
item of home news and not a thought
of the editor appeared therein Two
supplements were also enclosed and
the whole was edited by the republican
state central committee
Mrs Lewis Archer of Kewanee
died Tuesday of cancer and is to be
buried at Kewanee today - This lady
was the wife of Capt Archer who is
IOUP
Lavaca
Merriraan
Mother Lake
Minnechaduza
Nenzel
FleaflankHill
Sparks j
Sharps Ranch
Steen
Scblagel
Table
Valentine
Wood Lake
39
48
18
29
18
16
28
13
18
21
87
53
HE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT
CHERRY COUNTY JNDEPENDEN
20
29
9
17
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27
14
8
9
20
1
15
20
25
64
22
3
12
27
15
14
19
109
43
23
38
25
Ki
18
29
12
18
22
19
25
40
51
20
28
19
18
20
ii
17
21
92
63
17
25
1
18
20
15
7
9
21
o
14
19
23
57
17
12
28
13
14
19
104
42
17
381
23
20
15
29
12
19
27
20
25
38
51
21
23
21
18
20
11
18
22
87
58
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15
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19
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27
15
12
18
112
49
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ri 20 33
18 9 17
20 15 20
15 21 1C
21 14 23
12 8 11
13 a IS
24 27 23
17 2 21
22 13 23
42 2S 42
17- 00 12
-24 2i 53
1C 2 15
13 15 14
23 28 25
ii 15 io
18 12 18
18 19 21
82 110 91
I 58 39 52
The vote on commissioner from Second district is as follows
Parker P
Buffalo Lake 17
Cleveland 21
Dewey Lake i
Kennedy 20
Loup
Mother Lake-
Pleasant Hill 10
Sehlagle 22
Sharps Ranch
Sleen 8
Wood Lake 55
DM
In Brown County
Down in Brown county the demo
crats and populists have elected their
candidate for county attorney E Mae
Davisson by a majority of seven votes
over the republican candidate P D
McAndrew and great it the rejoicing
thereat E B Brain is defeated for
representative by about 40 votes and
now the Newport Republican can crow
over the success of the dirty campaign
waged against a gentleman by the true
Christian and eloquent preacher P H
Eighray
Billings for representative is elected
over Horton and Mutz has defeated
Ely although the former ran behind
his tick I m amost ovnr in
Henna Jl
19
7
20
20
15
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14
50
MeKmley
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10
8
15
12
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24
10
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21
10
17
30
21
22
28
47
19
20 21
2 1
13 18
25 I 24
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10 17
15 17
97 w
45 57 1
28
21
221
10
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58
28
5
1
28 i
17
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18
1 10
45
1
4
11
1
4
1
15
1
10
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17
19
140
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THE VOTE OF CHERRY COUNTY
PRECINCT
BunaioJUike 21
BoillnE Springs 37
Cleveland 21
Dewey Lake 25
Enlow
Ell 17
Gillaspie 29
German m
Georgia 21
Irwin 24
Kewance 20
Kennedy 25
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And then hurrah for the entire
Democratic state ticket an
wind up with three cheers
for our Co
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Dynn 62 Dist No 22 -Downing 104
Hansen 73 C H Thompson Chas
Maxwell and Henry Razey were
elected judges of election and Robert
Good and D E Sherman clerks The
constitutional amendments received
129 votes for and 27 votes against
iiiTOrney
lLocal Election Kewa
The vote of Valentine precinct was
as follows the democrats and popu
lists being named first--President-Bryan
87 McKinley 109 Palmer 9
Governor Holcomb 92 MacColl 104
Lieutenant Governor Harris 80 Teff t
101 Secretary of State Porter 87
Piper 104 Auditor of Public Accounts
Cornell 85 uiedlund 100 Superin
tendent Jackson 87 Corbett 92
Glover 20 Attorney General Smyth
91 Churchill 100 Commissioner of
Lands and Buildings Wolfe 91
Russell 102 Regent -of University
Rawlings 89 Whitmore 97 Supreme
Judges Kirkpatrick 82 Neville 83
Kinkaid 109 Ryan 98 Congressman
Greene 87 Cady 112 State Senator
Mutz 82 Ely 110 Representative
Billings 91 Hortou 97 Ccunty Attor
ney Thurston 86 Walcott 116 For
Court House Bonds 140 against 6
The democratic republican precinct
ticket was elected by the following
vote Assessor Dunn 103 Callen 76
Constable To wne 123 Hackler 55
Justice of the Peace Shaw 100 Bullis
87 OH District No 21 -House i25
The election news found on the last
page of this paper is made up from the
Associated Press reports received up
to 3 oclock yesterday afternoon and
are authentic Later reports give Mc
Kinley 2G5 electoral votes with a pos
sibility of increasing the number to
274 Chairman Jones has not yet sur
rendered to the enemy but he may as
well do so if reports received here fire
correct
Mill Sanderson is playing stage
driver on the Thedford Kennedy line
August Butt killed a golden eagle a
few days ago It measures six feet
nine inches from tip to tip A W
Trumbull formerly a resident of this
county but now a Grand Island and
Walter Countryman of the same place
are in this vicinity hunting Brown
lee Hornet
J W Spirk who has for the last
five years been bookkeeper at the
Minnechaduza Mills started this morn
ing for Omaha where he will remain
a few days before entering upon his
duties in the mill at Pierce Joe will
be sadly missed from among the old
time young people of Valentine
Walter Hare died at Fort Niobrara
yesterday and will be buried tomorrow
in the old cemetery at 11 oclock
The remains will be met by the
friends from town as the funeral pro-
cession comes from the post The
services will be conducted in the
cemetery
Private Jacob Strine who was con
cerned in the shooting affair at Fort
Niobrara some time ago was trans
ferred Tuesday and went to Fort
Crook yesterday morning
Xotice
The Town Site Company of Georgia
Nebraska herewith gives notice that
the name of the town will be changed
from Georgia to Ripler
Ciiekky County Land C03ipany
U S Land Office at Valentine Neb 1
Nov 4th 130 i
Notice is hereby given that the follnwing
nameil settler lus filed notice of his intention
to make tlual proof in support of his claim and
that said prowf will be made before the Register
and Ueceiverit Valentine Neb on Dec nth
189Cviz
John C Nichols of Reige Nebr
HE No 8831 for the lots 3 4 and e swi
Sf C 31 Tp 80 H 33
He names the following witnesses to prove
his rontimmus resilience upon and cultivation
of said land vU
P it- and TPter Gallowav of
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Where we are
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VALENTINE CHERRY CO NEBRASKA THURSDAY NOVEMBER 5 1896
OUR SCHOOL DEPARTMENT
At StettersOW Stand on Main Street
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NO 41
Just received
Fine Winter Dress Goods Double Width for
25 Gents per Yard
YOU KNOW
That the best plaee in town to buy fresh
fruits and vegetables is at
DIDNT YOU KNOW
That the best plaee in town to bnv ro
ceries and qonfectionery is at PetryercAvs
DIDNT YOU KNOW
That the liioiiest price for butter and cirs
is always paid at Pettycrews
If you didnt try Mm and yon will
HERRY floUNTY Rank
Valentine Nebraska
Every facility extended customers consistent with conservative banking
Exchange bought and sold Loans upon good security soLhiled at reasonable
rates County depository
JE 5PARKS President CHa30IESvSFAT FCasIifeT
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C M COKNELJL President
32 V X1CHOVX Cashier
Valentine Nebraska
A General Banking Business Transacted
Buys and Sells Domestic- and Worcigii IHJaccItanfje
Correspondents Cheraical National Bank New YorK First National Bank Omaba
is a FsgrT
WILL FURNISH -
Fish G ame Tender Steaks
J ncy Roasts Dry Salt Meats
and the iiLest line of Smoked
Hams and Breakfast Bacon
ever sold in town
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WINES LIQUOIIS and CIGARS
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