Western news-Democrat. (Valentine, Neb.) 1898-1900, December 07, 1899, Image 5

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    WOOD BKOTHEKS'
Live - Stock - Commission - Merchants
SonthOmaha and Chicago
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.WALTER E. WOOD , Cattle Salesman IIENRT LEFLER , Hog Salesman
, We furnish Market .Reports free of expense. Write to us.
C. II * COKXEIJL. President. JII. V. KICKOL-SOKCashier
ANK OF VALENTINE.
Valentine , Nebraska.
'A. General ISaiiking Business Transacted
and Sells Domestic * * iid Foreign [ Exchange
y . Chemical National \ Bank , New York. Correspondents ; First National Bank , Omaha Neb
I The DONOHER 8
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< t $ Is continually adding improvements and it is now tko
43 best equipped , and most comfortable . &f
SIFIRSTCLASS MODERN HOTEL jf
IN NORTHWEST NEBRASKA
5 ? Hot and Cold Water Excellent Bath Room Two Sample Room
QHERRY QOUNTY BANK
Valentine , Nebraska
\ Every facility extended customers consistent with conservative banking
Exchange bought and sold. Loans upon good security solicited at reaaonabli
rates. County depository.
E. SPARKS. President CHARLES SPARKS Cashier
Everything fresh and clean , and prices
that are right. Special attention given
to pumps , tanks , and ranch supplies ,
' J/N. STEADMAN & CO-
Kennedv , Nebraska ,
The
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SALOON
Golden Sheaf i'tire White Rye ,
Susquehanna Ryeand Cedar Creek
Louisville. Kentucky , Bourbon Whisky.
Pure Grape & Cognac Brandy's
Toka , AngellicaPortSherry and "Black
berry in wood , claret , Riesling ,
Sauternes. Cooks Imperial ; .
Gasts and Clicquot in bet
tles. Damiana and oth
er Cordials.
Also Agent for Fred Kings Celebrated Ez
ra Pale User for family U33 , ad Pabsts
C. H. THOMPSON ,
M. SAGESBR
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TONSOBiAL
ARTIST
Hair cutting and shaving.
HOT AND COLD BATHS ,
FIRST CLASS MILL
I have established a Feed ami Saw Mill
n miles south ef Cody , at the mouth of
Medicine Canyon , and am now prepared
to irrind V&'tl , Corn Meal and Graham ,
C" turn out all kinds of Lumber and di
mension suifT , and Native Shingles
( if veus a I rial order.
J. F. HOOK
Two horses ; nno lirmvn horse branded O on
left shoulder , one black horse branded IX on
left shoulder. SSlefHiip. Twill pvp the first
described horse t HIM man who liuds ami re
turns the black described above.JOHN
JOHN MoNitnrc.
Kyle , S. 1) .
Taken up by the undersigned. 7 miles oas > t of
Merriman. one sorrel horse with front lej ; bro
ken , branded T on right shoulder.
Also ( tne buckskin mare branded
on left shoulder-
1'artios can haw same by proving
property and paying fost .
31 G. w. Mounter. Merrlmau , Neb.
Strayed Two cows , about 6 years
old , one dark red. one roan wieh horns
tipped. Branded TC on right hip. J.
A. Adnmson.
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YvTanted 500 men to harvest sugar
beets and for jeneral farm work.
Apply to Standard Cattle- Company
Ames , Nebraska. 42
Louis ISordeaux
Jioscbud , S. D.
Horses branded
Alfred Bordeaux and Bros
Kosebud , S D
Prideaux Sanford
Kennedy. Neb
Stock branded OH
left side
Horses branded
on left shoulder
Teeter ? Bros.
Newton , Neb.
TTorses same on
lift shoulder
Eanco between
the Gordon and the
Snake
Be not too late with your
Winter
Vegetables
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AVe are row ready for
Winter Orders
If you want good vegetables , then
llanseu's is the place. Any
kind of first class vegetables can
be secured by giving order to
JENS TUOMSEN C. ELLING
Manager Salesman
B. HANSBN
Jf you have sore throat , soreness
across the back or side , or your lungs
feel sore or tender , or you are threat
ened with diphtheria or pneumoniaai-
ply Ballard's fcnow Liniment external
ly and use Ballard's Hbrehouna Syrup .
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WESTERN NEWS-DEMOCRAT
BOBEBT GOOD , Editor and Publisher
This was the last term of couit that
Judge Kinkaid will hold in this county ,
and as a testimonial of their regardthe
local bar , Saturday , passed the follow
ing preamble and resolutions :
Wnen the legislature of 1886 formed
the Fifteenth .Judicial District in
northwest Nebraska , it became neces
sary for the governor to appoint a judge
for the district. Many applicants asked
for the appointment , but the executive
wisely chose Moses P. Kinkaid , who
was appointed in March , 1887 , and at
the following fall election was nomi
nated by the republicans and elected
by a large majority , and was succes
sively elected for three four-year terms ,
the last of which expires next January ,
when Judge Kinkaid will , from his
own choice , retire from the bench of
this district. Therefore , be it
KESOLVED , By the Cherry County
Bar , that we part with Judge Kinkaid
as judge of the Fifteenth Judicial Dis
trict with regret ; his kind treatment of
the bar. his forbearance and patience ,
has endeared him to us as a kindsocial
gentleman ; his strict impartiality and
integrity in his rulings and decisions ,
his careful and painstaking way in his
rulings in the trial of all cases , and his
allowing to all litigants , high or low ,
rich or poor , a fair and impartial trial ,
has , beyond contradiction , proved him
to be a fair and honest judge and will
ever commend him * to us as a learned ,
honest and fair minded man.
RESOLVED , That we part witli Judg *
Kinkaid as our judge with sindere re
gret , and we assure him that wherever
tie goes , or in whatever business he
may engage , he will cany with him
our best wishes and our prayers for his
success and well being.
RESOLVED , That this preamble and
resolutions be spread upon the journal
of this court , and published in each of
the qotinty papers. '
15y order of the committee.
J. WESLEY TUCKEH.
F. M. WALCOTT.
Judge Kinkaid has been on the
bench in this district for the last twelve
j'ears , and his familiar countenance
will be sadly missed by old time attend
ants at court , but we believe it is a case
of Kismet. Judge Kinkaid has. < } uring
his occupancy of the bench , won the es
teem and confidence of our people to a
Gjreat degree , and we wish him bounti
ful success in anything he may under
take , except running for office. As a
man we admire him , as a judge we re
spect him , as a lawver we bow to his
learning , but as a politician we have no
u-e for him. Judge Kinkaid is dead.
Long live Judge Harrington !
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I COUNTY
t CORRESPONDENCE
Eli Precinct.
It seems that winter is here.
"Wm Burris has sold his place to J.
K. Good fellow.
Miss IJrown visited the school in
District 49 Monday.
Dan Garner and Ed Johnson helped
furnish the music for a dance at Murri-
man Thanksgiving.
Quite a numher of our citizens were
courting last week and some of them
haven't showed up yet. ( Monday. )
.Some of the hoys who were in Valen
tine last week from here , say that the
city marshal was going to run in E.
F. Devine for heing on the street after
the curfew bell rang , hut they finally
persuaded him to believe that Ell was
no kid.
Two of our citizens committed mat
rimony last week. Miss Beatrice Steele
was married to James McDowell , Avho
owns the IJoiling Springs Ranch ; and
J. E. Selders was married to a Rush-
ville lady. The former wedding took
place in Valentine and the latter in
Rushville. These young people have
the best wishes of a host of friends and
start out in life with every prospect of
a prosperous and happy future. Here's
our hand , boys.
Teachers' Association.
The Valentine Teachers' Associa
tion will meet in the Hi jh School
building , Dec. 9 , at 1.30 p. m. All
who are interested in school work are.
invited to meet with us. The follow
ing' is the program : Chapters VIII ,
IX , X , Shoup's History and Science of
Education. Articles from school
jouruals by each teacher.
LIZZIE CRAWFORD , Sec.
MASK BALL
December 25th at Cornell Hall.
Masks and costumes for rent at
Jackson & Bra3ton's.
Dance and Supper , S2.00.
The disposition of children largely
depends upon health. If they are
troubled with worms they will be irri
table , cross , feverish , and perhaps se
riously sick. While's Cream Vermi
fuge is a worm expeller and tonic to
make them healthy and cheerful.
Price 25 cents. J. II. Quigley. .
Subscribe for the NEWS-DEMOCRAT.-
COURT ADJOURNS ,
The Mill of Justice Closed on Monday
The Grist
Court did not adjourn until Monday
afternoon on account of the jury in
the Nichols-Monnier case failing to
agree upon a , verdict until Sunday
morning. /
Last Friday the case of State vs.
Mayfield , wherein "Mustang Charlie"
was accused of having tried to pass a
f01 ged check , occupied the attention
of the court. June 20th somebody
tried to get a $20 check , signed by
Dawson & Ball , cashed at Bailey's
and also at Johnson's in Woodlake.
These gentlemen were suspicious and
later discovered the check was a
forgery. They identified Mayfield as
the man who had attempted to pass
the check , and he was accordingly ar
rested , but at the trial he proved a
clear alibi by very reputable witnes
ses , and was acquitted.
Saturday the case of Chas. S.
Nichols vs. G. W. Monnier , a damage
case for 8200 which \vas appealed from
justice court , took the time cf judge
and jury until 11 p. m. , and resulted
in a verdict of $69.67 foi - Nichols.
Monnier has tne costs to paj' , which
amount to about $200.
Monday , Charles Baile3r , who plead
guilty to the charge of cattle steal
ing , was sentenced to one year and
six months in the penitentiary.
The case against Edmund George
was dismissed.
Andrew Christensen , who was
charged with selling mortgaged prop
erty , being now in the United States
military prison for deserting the
army , the case against him was dis
missed.
State vs. "Witt , horse stealing , was
continued , because defendant broke
jail some time ago , and cannot be
found.
State vs. Qartside , cattle stealing ,
was continued by agreement , on ac
count of defendant's counsel having
urgent business elsewhere , and the
diflicultyof securing the attendance
of one of the prosecuting witnesses.
H. A. Dawson , of Pine Ridge. This
gentleman put in an appearance later
but continuance had then been
granted.
Jensen vs. F. E. & M. V. R. R. was
continued , as were also the following
cases : Gillett vs. Amos Strong , sher
iff ; Henry Brock vs. Cnerry County , a
case for damages received on account
of the old Berry bridge being inse
cure ; Newman Bros. vs. F. E. & M.V.
R. R.
Newton Grooms vs. Ludwig Bock
will be tried at the next term of court.
Dr. Lewis obtained a judgment
against the county for $85 on an ap
peal from the commissioners' decis
ion , and W. T. Meisner obtained judg
ment for balance due him for furnish
ing court house plans.
Five divorce cases appeared on the
docket and were disposed of as fol
lows : Samuel B. Clark was divorced
from Annie Clark , the Roueche case
was dismissed , Lizzie Lowe was freed
from John Lowe , Albert Thomas was
told that he need no longer support
Bertha Thomas , and no appearance
was made by William or Elsie Gard
ner.
Saturday afternoon an informal
session of court was held with Judge
Walcott in the chair , and the local
bar took occasion to eulogize Judge
Kinkaid , an account of which appears
elsewhere.
The Misses Toohey , of Ashland ,
Montana , were recently arrested for
selling liquor to Indians , but were
discharged at the preliminary. To a
man up a tree it looks as though this
last infringement of women upon the
God-given rights of man to engage in
' ' * ' deserves most
'bootlegging condign
punishment.
In sluggish liver , Ilerbine , by its
beneficial action upon the biliary tracts ,
renders the bile more fluid , and brings
the liver into a sound , healthy con
dition , thereby banishing the sense of
drowsiness , lethargy , and the general
feeling of apathy which arise from dis
orders of the liver. Price 50 cents.
J. II. Quigley.
Notice of Publication.
In the County Court ol Cherry County , Neb
raska.
In the mutter of the Estate )
of \
William 15. Stansble )
Elizabeth Stansble.
.lo'm St.msbie , llobert M. Stansble. James A.
Siaii.sble. Tliumas Stansble.AHeit-Ul'insble.Mary
StanMiic , Sarah Stoddard. Mlnnla M.IJaHghJda
L. Km ; : and Jane Stansble. and all other per
sons Interested In said matter are liereby noti-
f.od tha onthc art day of lecemner,18oa.CliarIes
Lane Hied ; t petit inn In said county court jiray-
itiK that bis final administration account filed
therein be settled and { allowed and that he bo
discharged from said trust as adminlstratorand
each and all of YOU are notified that if you fall
to appear in said court on the 23d day of Decem
ber , iria.at 10 o'clock a. m. and contest said pe
tition , the court may grant the nrayer of such
petition and make such otherand furtherorders ,
allowances and decrees as the court may ree
proper to the end that all matters pertaining to
saip estate may be finally settled and deter
mined. W. K.TOWXE.
46-at County Judee.
Order to Show Cause
In the District Court of Cherry County. Xtbr.
In the matter of the application of Mary A
Carson and Alfred Lewis. Executors ot the wil
of William G. Carson , deceased , for the sale o
real estate.
And now on this 13th day of November , 1899 ,
tin's cause came on for hearing before W. Ji.
Westover. one of the judges of the District court
of Cherry county , .Nebraska upon the petition
of Mary A. Carson and Alfred Lewis , executors
of said estate , praying for a license to .sell tbe
following described real estate , tc-wit : The se
A sec. 9 and n yt mv J4 and BW h mv 54 and nw
& sw } 4ee 15 , twp 31 , r 8. Cherry County.
NebrasKa.lor the payment of the legacies named
in the will of the said William G. Carson , de
ceased , and for the support and maintenance of
the widow and minor Heirs , there being no pei-
sonal estate for that purpose.
It is therefore ordered that all persons inter
ested in said estate , appear before me at Kush-
ville.utebraska , on the ueth day of December.
1809 , at 10 o'clock a. in. to show cause why li
cense should not be granted to s > id executors
to sell sjiid real estate , and it is further ordered
that a cony pf this notice be published tour con
secutive weeks in Western Ne\\s-lJemocrat in
Chei ry County , Nebrash.i : ,
Dated tills 13th day of November , 1899 , at
Eushville , Nebr.
43 \V H. WESTOVKIt , Judge.
Feed.
Bran , bulk 55c per cwt § 10 00 ton
Shorts bulk CDC per cwt $12 00 ton
Screenings 40c " $7.00"
Chop Feed 55c " $16.00"
Corn 70c " § 1300"
Oats 85c " § 1600 "
If you are suffering from drowsiness
in the day time , instability of temper ,
sleepless nights , general debility , head
ache , and general want of tone of the
system , use Horbine. You will get re
lief and finally a cure. Price 50 cents.
J. II. Quigley.
C. A- . WELLS 'J. B. WELL9
WELLS BROS.
DENTISTS !
Office over
Cherry County JSanh
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THE ELKHORN
RAILROAD.
'North-Western Line' is .the best
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SUGAR BEET FIELDS
OF
NORTH NEBRASKA.
Tob Print !
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AT THIS OFFIOE
Satisfaction Guaranteed
CITIZENS - MEAT - MARKET
GEO. G. SOHWALM. PROP.
This market always keeps a supply of
FRESH-FRUIT-AND-GAM
In addition to a first-class line of Steaks , Boasts , Dry Salt Meata
Smoked Hams , Breakfast Bacon and Vegetables
AtStetter's Old Stand on Main Street. VALENTINE , NEBRASKA
THE PALACE SALOON I
HEADQUARTERS FOR
WBMES , LIQUORS AND CIGARS
? Of the Choicest Brands
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VALENTINE NEBRASKA
When Visiting Valentine Stop at.
THE CITY HOTEL
} . A. HORNBACK , Proprietor ,
$1,00 per day. Good Service.
Wide Tire Wagons
Arc acknowledged to be the best and to meet the growing
demand I ordered and
HAVE JUST KECEIVED A CAE LOAD
In addition to this 1 have just received a car of
"WIND MOTOB" WIND MILLS
"Which I am selling very cneaplj
Try me before buying anything in my line elsewhere
Yalentiue Nebraska D. S. Ludwig
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VALENTINE STEAM LAUNDRY J
SII ) , YES ! Figure the cost of washing at home and then see us. 0ur _ prices are reasonable
G and work done to suit. you. So many people have the mistaken idea that the Steam Laundry
jjt { is hard on clothes. Ko ! The Steam Landry pf today can do 30111 * work better and'make your
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G E MARTIN , Manager , > . >
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