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THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT
I. M. RICE EDITOR
$1.OO Per Year in
PUBLIBHED EVERY THURSDAY.
Entered at tto e Post-office at Valentine. Cherry
county. Nebraska , as Second-class matter.
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Notice Probate of Will.
Notice probate of will , Jennie K. Miller , de
In County Court , Cherry County , Neb.
The State of Nebraska to flic nelrs and next
of kin of the said Jennie E. Miller , deceased :
Take notice. That upon mini : of a written in
strument purporting to be tiie last will and
testament of Jennie K. Miller for probate and
allowance , it is ordered that said matter be set
for hearing the 14th day of September. A. D ,
1901. beforj said County Court , at the hour of
10 o'clock a. in . at which time any person in-
terested may appear and contest the same ; and
notice "of this proceeding is ordered published
three weeks successively in the VAI * : NTINJS
DEMOCBAT , a weekly newspaper , published In
In testimony whereof. I have hereunto set my
band and tb sea 1 of the County Court at Valen
tine this 24 day ot Aucust , A. D. 1901.
j32 j- _ County Judge.
Complete List of Final Proof Con
test and Land Notices at the
- ' Valentine Land Office
' , tf Aug. 38 1901 ,
Sept. \ ? 01 , Henry K. Caylor , ne 1-4 , sec. 23 , tp. 29 , r. 19. -
Sept. 6 , ' 01 , Will S. Pelam , ne 1-4 , nw 1-4 , n 1-2 ne 1-4 , and se 1-4 ne
1-4 , sec. 15 , tp. 27 , r. 27.
Sept. 7 , ' 01 , Julius M. Windenburg , wl-2 se 1-4 , n 1-2 sw 1-4 , sec. 12 ,
tp. 29 , r. 18.
Sept. 7 , ' 01 , Thos. C. Morrison , lot 2 , sec. 6 , lots 8 and 4 , and n 1-2 sw
1-4 , sec. 5 , tp. 32 , r. 17.
Sept. 7 , ' 01 , Jennie Thompson , nee Kuhc , lots.3 and 4 , sec. 81 , tp. 38 , r. 23.
Sept. 7 , ' 01 , land sale , at Valentine , ne 1-4 sw 1-4 , sec. 27 , tp. 27 , r. 28.
Sept. 10 , ' 01 , Chas. A. Stapleton , lots 1 , 2 , 3 and 4 , FCC. 26 , tp. 35 , r. 19.
Sept. 14 , ' 01 , contest , Emma Gammill , vs. se 1-4 se 1-4 , sec. 8 , sw 1-4 sw
1.4 , sec. 9 , and n 1-2 ne 1-4 , sec. 17 , tp. 83 , r. 39.
Sept. 14 , ' 01 , Geo. B. Mead , e 1-2 ne 1-4 , and e 1-2 se 1-4 , sec. 35 , tp. 85 , r.40.
Sept. 18 , ' 01 , Ferdinand Weyrauch , nel-4 sec. 25'tp. 29 , r. 20.
Sept. 18 , ' 01 , William Gulick , s se 1-4 , nw 1-4 se 1-4 , ne 1-4 se 1-4 ,
sec. 28 , tp. 31 , r. 26.
Sept. 18 , ' 01 , Wm. Gulicif , father and beir of Boy Gulick , deceased , lot 4 ,
sec. 5 , and lot 1 , sec. 6 , tp. 30 , and s 1-2 sw 1-4 , sec. 32 , " tp. 81 , r. 26.
Sept. J9 , ' 01 , Jess A. Burns , n 1-2 se 1-4 , sec. 22 , and ne 1-4 Jiw 1-4 , nw 1-4
nc 1-4 , sec. 27 , tp. 83 , r. 18.
Sept. 21 , ' 01 , Strong B. Moody , nw 1-4 , sec. 25 , tp. 81 , r. 17.
Sept ; 21 , ' 01 , Lewis Luckey. w 1-2 nw 1-4 , and w 1-2 sw 1-4 , sec. 25 , tp.34r.20.
Sept. 25 , ' 01 , Lillian McNamar , s 1-2 ne 1-4 , nw 1-4 ne 1-4 , sec. 15. sw 14
nw 1-4 , sec. 14 , tp. 81 , r , 26.
Sept. 26 , ' 01 , Byron B. Swett , n 1-2 sw 1-4 , sec. 85 , tp. 81 , r. 28.
Sept. 27 , ' 01 , contest , Arthur V. Coble , vs. n 1-2 ne 1-4 , sec. 80 , tp. 27 , r. 28.
Sept. 28 , ' 01 , James W. Stecle , s seland s swj , sec. 30 , tp 29 , r. 21.
Oct. 3 , J01 , Jesse Gorsuch , sw "ne , s * mv , nwj sw , sec. 10 , tp. 29 ,
Oct. 3 , ' 01 , Chrisropher Spragg , nw ] nej , sec. 29 , tp. 3fc , r. 17
Oct. 4 , ' 01 , "William Ganow , nej nej , sec. 14 , wj mv , sec.
13 , tp. 30 , r. 31.
Oc-t. 5 , ' 01 , Frank W. Lake , sw 1-4 , sec. 22 , tp. 30 , r. 19.
Oct. 5 , ' 01 , Alexander Seap-er , sir mv , nej sw - , nwi sej , sec. 23 , tp.
82 , r. 35.
Oct , 53 ' 01 , Albert Davis. n swj , and ni sej , sec. 10 , tp. 32 , r. 25.
Oct. 9 , ' 01 , Jacob Sawyer , e se 1-4 , sec. 27 , tp. 34 , r. 20.
Oct. 9r'01 , Henry A. Koch , s sw 1-4 , and s se 1-4 , sec. 14 , tp. 35. r.20.
Oct. 9 , ' 01 , Erik Arneson , n ne 1-4 , sec. 20 , and n nw 1-4 , sec. SI ,
tp. 29 , r. 31.
Oct. 9 ' 01 Rose Etta 1-4 . 27 , and eine 1-4
, , Floyd , nee Kay , ii nw - , sec. - ,
sec. 28 , tp. 35 , r. 30.
Oct. 11 , ' 01 , William L : McClean , s& ne 1-4 , sec. C , tp. 29 , r. 28.
Oct. 12. ' 01 1-4 1-4 and 1-4 . 4 and
, Sophia Harper , sw - ; se - , s sw - , sec. ,
nw 1-4 nw 1-4 , sec. 9 , tp.-29 , r. 39.
Oct. 14 , ' 01 , Andrew Johnson , so 1-4 , sec. 12 , tp. 29 , r. 37.
Oct. 16 , ' 01 , Isaac Tarket , sw 1-4 , sec. 24 , tp. 33 , r. 21.
Oct. 19 , ' 01 , Herman -Lorensen , lots' 3 arid 4 , sec. 4 , tp. 28 , and
se 1-4 , sec. 33 , tp. 29 , r. 26.
Oct. 20 , ' 01 , Henry Adams , g nw 1-4 , nw 1-4 nw 1-4 , and ne 1-4 sw
* x 1-4 , sec. 23 , tp. 27 , r. 17.
Take a Postal Card
and address it like the name
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fall and Winter Catalogs.
We've two kinds ; one about men's clothes , the
other about women's clothes. Which do you want ?
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- "JUST T * LATE. "
A Trtin o Untoward Although Trafling
Mr/IIarr L.sondt of Kent ( O. )
made application for membership in the
camp of Modern Woodmen of Kent on
the 26th of last month. He was accept
ed btf the camp and his Application was
ford warded to head physician 'F. A.
Smith at Zunesville , ( O. ) for approval.
Dr. Smith returned the application to
the local medical exa oiner , Dr. A. C.
Ball for some corrections. Dr. Ball
was out of the city , but returned to
Kent on Saturday , August 6th. The
application was corrected and again
.mailed to head physician Smith at
Zanesville. It was approved by Dr
Smith aulTforwarded td the head office
of the Wooduieu society at Bock Islanti ,
111. * A benefit certific for $2.000 was is
sued in Mr. JStoudt's name and mailed
to clerk F. A. McMahon of Kent Camp ,
being received by him on Wednesday ,
August 10th at 12 o'clock , noon. At 9
o'clock that morning Mr. Stoudt , while
doing some plumbing work in the rail
road yards at Kent was run down by a
train and instantly killed. If his cer
tificate had reached Kent one day soon
er , or on the 9th of August , Mr. Stoudt
would have been received as a member
by the camp and his certificate would
have been delivered to him. The so
ciety would then have been legally li
able for the $2,000 culled for in the cer
tificate. As it is Mr. Stoudt did not
become a member of the society and his
family loses the sum which would have
placed them in comfortable circum
stances. The case illustrates tho un
certainty of life anl l the danger of delay
in securing protection for the wife and
Charles" ! ! . Faulhaber
Hyam , Np. 74ra8 ,
at head otherrt.
Young bulte from G
to 18 months old
. . . For-Sale .
PAT HETT , Valentine , Neb.
Has been moved'lhe hulldlng'on South Cherry
street formerly known as the Massenaale house
andJiere we are prepared to give customers
better service than ever before.
( Crowded out of la t wee' < . )
The poets are still singing thepreises
of Nebraska and if it were not for the
tact that the people of this western
country were too busy to write poetry ,
you would hear more of this land of
the "mild eyed steer. "
Hawthorn said that poets were not
developed in a new country and that
after everything else went down the
poets sprang up and chanted in rhyme
the echoes of by gone days. So it
might well be said of Cherry county
that when development has been made
| complete and there is a family iu evory
valley then the poet will come forth ar
rayed in his glory to tell of the early
days when Jim Murrey , Tom Allen , the
Steter Bros , , 0. H. Cornell , the Sparkf
Bros. , Mike CJynes and a number o ;
others were using their influence to civ
ilize and quiet the outlaws who made
frequent attempts to terrorize the
peaceable ard law abiding populace ,
their inhuman and reckless ways of now
and then putting a bullet hole through
a lamp chimney as a matter of target
practice in vociferously putting out a
light. Many were shot and at the trial
self defense was the plea which got
the man free no matter if the victim
happened to be without fire arms. The
Keys brothers with numerous other out
laws were then , but not now hying.
There were many , other desperadoes
who came abreast of civilization antag
onizing , threatening , menacing and re
tarding have fallen by the wayside
with the great onward march of pro
gress , law and order.
Tuesday night while the dark clouds
were hanging over our little city and the
lightning took now and then a shot at
a building , it seemed an appropriate
time for a rehearsal of the history of
those times when g , prominent citizen
carried a shot gun to and from his bus
iuess for two weeks and carried it load
ed with buck shot ready to at any time
defend his life. Another no tr promi
nent in state circles who had provoked
some desperadoes in the discharge of
his duty was confronted by several Win
chesters upon his going out the stable
one morning to feed his horse. Smooth'
talk and a persuasive manner finally
overcame there prejudices ; another
tragedy was avoided. It was the more
interesting to hear these stories related
in a group consisting of the early pio
neers perhaps with an experience far
more startling , that for good and suffic
lent reasons they , through modesty or
not desiring those scenes to come again'
into their memory , forbore the telling.
Mrs. W. A. Parker and children'are
up from Wood Lake , Cherry county ,
Visiting her parents , Mr. and Mrs. Isiah
Brown , who live southwest of , town.
Mrs. Parker comes up once a year to
visit her pareats and jo renew her sub-t
scription to the Standard. Her 'moth
er accompanied her this time and had
us add her name to our list of readers
also. Kushville Standard.
Bunch for Sale Cheap.
Stock and implements complete for
engaging in the stock business. This
is a chance for some man who has about
$5000 to invest. Call on L M. Kice or
From my place two miles east of Crookston
one black mare about nine jea s old.smal
white spot in forehead , collar marked , smal
white spot on back , fore top sheared and very
little mane weight about 1150. Liberal reward
for information leading to her recovery.
ED. TJKK ,
Orookston , Neb.
From my place on the Rosebud res
ervation on Tuesday , July 16 , 1901 ,
three horses , one bay mare branded
Bon left side , one sorrel horse
( branded KXm on left side and
one bay horse bearing no marks. "
SWIFF , St. Francis Mission , Hosebud e
South Dakota. - 27-tf I (
At the Donoher next Monday Drs.
Seymour & Williams. * ' *
JVeic Styles in Jewelery.
A'ew Arrival of Watches.
jveic Patterns la Rings.
Neio l ) t of Pishing Tackle.
JV * ? p Musical instruments.
A' ic ways of doing business.
A II at the old stand
G-rtod work and prompt attention.
If vou want Rood work , unt you"
Namfi and Post Office address on a
Tair find send to me.
I tvitlseml estimates of work on re-
cf i'it of watfli through mail.
Sent ' in your Watch.
Valentine , / ' Nebraska.
Drs. Caldwall & Hutchinson §
Over Hornbys Grocery , j |
o co o 3 oooo o j oo a o o 3 C.Q 3 c
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
All Kinds of Surgical Operations
VALENTINE . . . . NE13BASKA
A , N , COMPTON r
Quigley & Chapman's Drugstore.
NightsAt The Donoher Hotel.
Hair catting and shaving.
HOT AND CCLD BATHS.
F M. WALCOTT
Valentine , Nebraska
Practices in District Court and U. S. Land
Office. Real Esrate and Ranch Property
bought and sold. Bonded Abstractor
. M. MOERISSEY
. IT LAW
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5Tou want a TUBULAR
IF WtLL or an ECLIPSE
WIND MILL ,
Or write him at
Riege , Nebraska
Henry Auguston ,
BROWNLEE , - TTOBRASKA ,
oi s General cBlacksmithing
. Call JOHN D. EATON
To haul your
TRt'NttS nd PACKAGED , VALI9JS3 lOc
MILL PRICES FOR FEED.
! 3ran , bulk 80c per-cwt $15 00 ton
Shorts bulk . . . .85c per cwt | 16 00 ton
Screenings . . / . ,40c " $7.00 " *
opFeed 90 " $17.00" '
Corn. , 75c § 1400
Chop corn SGc " $15.00 "
Oats 1.10 " 121.00"
S' Cr "T"P Valentine Lodge JTo. 6
. ( Ju JLA JL Meets every second anil
* fourth Wednesday
ne of each month at Hornby's Hall. A cordial
nvitatiou is extended to all visiting members. '
O. \ \ . MOBKY , President.
MAUD V. MORGAKEID GE.Hec'y
O. P. Jordan.
Rosebud , SD
Horses and cattle
same as cut ; also
CJ BKJ on right
Kange on Oak and
A liberal reward
leading to detection
of rustlers of stock
bearing any of these brands.
Morey & Hewett.
Gordon , Nebr.
2202. On left hip
of cattle. Horses
same left should
er ; also 94.O
Range South of
KSSff"c3s& - ; ai fe ; I ;
J. B. Lord
ssme as cut back of
right shoulder and
on right hip
Range on the
D. M. Sears.
Kennedy , .Xebr.
as ou cut.left side
Some on left hip.
JTorses same on
Shadbolt & Fleishman.
Bailey , Nebr.
Left side ; S F
36 and 37 , be
M Stotts & Stetter.
Branded ou leftside
Ranee. Tin Can Lake
and Morgan Flats
Bro\vnlee , Neb
Like cut on either
left sloV or hipalso
same as cut
> on lett hip.
_ _ WAKI > tor con-
conviction of anyone unlawtully handling cattle
in these brands.
, William Shangran.
Cody , Ntbr.
On left aide.
greek , S. Dakota.
P S HOUSCEE
Brownlee , Neb
On left aide or any
part of animal. Ear
mark right ear cut
oft' ; hon.es branded
same on left hip.Also
has stock branded II
ou side or shoillder ,
or JKorWorO'VI ' ,
oru or Jb'Z. Also
Iheifollowing , the lirst one being on side and hip
E. R. Vandegrift
Brownlee , Neb.
Same a on cut.
Goose Creek and
'Frank T. Lee.
Brownlee , Neb ,
Cattle on left
side ; horses same
011 left shoulder.
mjles northeast of
Newton , Nebraka
as ou cut
eft side or hip
Ranfje on Gordon
B ownlce Nebr
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Postofflce address B
Oasis , Nebraska
Robert Quiesenbery c
have charge ui these
Battle ; horsesDnon
[ eft shoulder ; some
stock brand1/1 X
; my where on K. ,
Range , Snake
C F COOPER
Oasis , NeL1
Brand registered 2C85
Cattle branded on
left side same as cut
Horses branded on
Also some cattle
llange S ujh and west of Hackberry I
Metzger Bros. ,
Gregory 2 ast
Cherry Co bn
Branded on left
side and thigh.
crop riglic ear
same brand on
A. Jtetrard of $550 will be pufd to any
person for informatiou leading to the arrest and
nnal conviction of any person or persons steal-
iu ; cattle with above braud
D. B. STONEll & SOX.
Newton , Jfebr.
No ! 411.
same is cut on
left side or left
hip. Horses same
on lelt shoulder.
Teeter ? Bros.
Newton , Nebr
Caf tie branded on
left side same as
cut.Horses on left
tne Gordon and
Louis F. Kicliards
Cody , JTebr. '
Anywhere ou cat
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Horses on left
- SWE&s'EY 131108
Pullman , N ;
Cattle branded as on
cut ; horses branded
same as cattle except
reversed S ,
Lakes and South
? 3Cn reward will be paid to any person for in.
formation leadluc : to the arrest and conviction
of any person or persons stealing cattle with the
Codv , Kebr.
On left side and
thigh ; horses the
same ou left side *
Inbrara and the
GEORGE N DAVIS
Simeon , Ncbr.
Horses same on
P. A. Cooper.
same as cut on
left side. Horaet
same on left
A Also oh
J / \ left side
DAV/SON & BALL
Chesterfield , Neb
Cattle branded , on
left side as on cut ;
also V leitueckandZ
left hip : some V lett
neck , v left shoulder
and Z left hiojhorses
VZ left hip. Range
J A 8ATTLTS
Cattle on let *
Horses On left
yet beating my
lormer brand as
Gregory , Wet
On left aide or hip
horses same on left
Valley and Snake
Gregory. N eb
Branded : as on cut
Range two miles
north of Gregory
Gordon , J
some as cut on
south of Irwln.
ralentine , Jfebr ,
itate Brand reg-
'attle and horses
'randed same as
on left hip.
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