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About Valentine Democrat. (Valentine, Neb.) 1900-1930 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 12, 1901)
THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT
KM. RICE EDITOR
Official Neiopat9er of Cherry
County , Nebraska
Subscription $1.00 per year In advance ; $1.CO
when not paid In advance , Single copies cc.
Display advertising 1 Inch , 15c per Issue ; $10
per column by the month.
Local Notices. Obituaries and LodReTResolut-
lons 5c per Hue each issue.
Brands , lii inches - S4.00 'per year in ad
vance ; additional spH'-e S3.00 per Inch per year ;
enfjrav/Jd / blocks extra , $1.00 each.
Parties llvlnp outside Cherry county not per
sonally kuowu are requested to pay m advance.
lb per cunt.additional.tp above rates if over
6 inoutliBju : , trrear8i , . * . * . 1
Notices of loss of stock free to brand adver-
< ADDITIONAL XOCAL.
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D. C. Nelson -respected "citizen of
Cody died last Friday and was taken
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back trlpwa'for interment. , . .
Ir. Alfred Lewis departed Monday
for the east where he will take tin ad-
y flced course in medicine and dis
I. P. Latham who spayed heifers for
so many men last spnug offers to come
back for 40Q-head at35cper head.
Leave orders with C. H. Cornell.
A second daughter of Mrs. Janes
Peterson , on the river , was struck by
lightning yesterday while driving some
cattle. The pony she was riding and
the dog were also killed.
"Miss Iva L. Efner departed this
morning for Cedar Rapids la. , where
she is employed in a wholesale millin
ery store , trimming. AMiss Davis of
York will.take Miss Efuers place here
duriGfi her absence.
While Ely Valentine and J. E.
C chran we've coming"dewu the steep
hill the other side of the Hanson bridge
the leather on "the neck yoke broke let
ting down the tongue which ran into
the ground and broke. Ely was pulled
ov r the-dash board and-dragged a dis
tance Sown the .hill while holding to
the lines , the horses having broken
loose 'from the buggy which ran into
the bank. Cochran says he jumped
out. Ely.bruised his shoulders a little.
fll TValdteiifel , tne greatest waltz com
poser of the present day. DudleyBuck
and other noted musicians-have written
soioefiue , selections especially - , for the
peerless Schubert Eady Quartet of Chi
cago. You.will . enjoy every minute of
the'hrBntert aimaent onGet'2 , at the
Opera housebecause it is bright aud en
tertaining from beginning to end.
Having recently purchased one of
the NewconrB'fly-shuttle rag carpet
Iqome 1 am now prepared to do all
kinds of rag carpet weaving o'n short
MRS. ADA HOLSCLAW ,
Valentine , Nebr ,
My ranch for sale. 5-quarter sect
ions of land ; will run 300 head of stock
summer and winter also 25 head of
horses and 50 head of cattle. Terms.
cash \ in one year and \ in two years
LOST from my place on Snake riv
er in Kennedy precinct , , two light bay
colts , one about two years pld and the
other about three , both branded A on
right jw. . Have not been seen since
last October ,
27-tf W. A. SHELBOURN.
Just received a new line of'children's
school shoes at Pettycrew'a. ' " . 83tf
Go to Collin's restaurant to get lem
onade , ice-cream or a square meal.
Lost last Monday a vellow pug dog
with black - nose. * Please return to
Mrs' D. S. .Bristol or Chas. Anderson-
See our bargain counter of * ladies'
and children's shoes.
33tf W. A. PETTY CREW.
FOR SALE. Pedigreed full-blooded
Llewellyn setter pups.
T. A. YEARNSHA-VT ,
32tf . , - Valentine , . Neb. .
Square meal 2oc at Collin's restau
All kinds of "heavy hardware and
wagon'wood stock atE. Breuklanders.
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Died at his home near Sparks , Ne
braska. Saturday night , .September , 7 ,
"Willie Hugh , son of Win. Hughs , age
12 years. He had beenout at work
the fore part of theweek but on Thurs
day took sick. Dr. Evans , of Spring-
view was sent for but was a\ay on bus
iness and could not come but came , up
Saturday morning and was' there till
death relieved .him of his suffering.
The writer extends sincerest sympa
thies. A FRIEND.
"Will not Pull'em up , GrubVm out nor
Drive 'em in but will give
Bhave or Hair Cut.
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SEPT. 2 27 I i
Running Eaces Only
FIRST DAY. Purse $50 00 , first , S25 ; second , $15 ; race. Purse $50. $23 to the quar
third , $10. ' ter , $25 _ to the half. Each man to
First Race. Quarter of a mile and re
peat free for all. Purse $75. 1st Second Day.mile } and repeat-Free' ' ride bis own horse with
money , $37.50 ; 2nd , $23.50 ; 3rd , § 15. for nil. Purse $75.00 , first , § 37.50 : ' Caddie.
second , $22.50 ; third$15.00. .
Second Race. Rosebud and Pine Third Race. Novelty Race. one mile
Ridge agency horses. One-half mile Third Race. Cherry Co. , Rosebud race , money at every \ . Purse $125.
and repeat. Purse $50. 1st money , and Pine Ridge Agency horses fj 1st i , $12.50 ; 2nd } , $25 ; 3rd , § 37.50 ;
mile dash. Purse $100.00 , first ? 50 ; > 4th , $50.
$25 2nd , $15 3rd , $ .10.
second , $80.00 ; third , $20.00. - 1
Third Race. Free for all. Five-eighths THIRD D-VY Fourth Race. Consolation Race. Purse
of a mile dash. Purse100. . 1st $50. 1st money , $25 : 2nd , § 15 ; 8rd ,
money , $50 : 2nd , $30 ; 3rd , $20. First Race. Free for all. One-half $10 Free fol/all horses that'll ave
' mile dash. Purse $200. 1st money , started in these races and have not
SECOND 'DAY $100 2nd , $60 ; 3rd$40.
. . . , - ; won a uurse in any racts at this meet
First Race. Pony race Free for ( all'Second ' Race. Saddle horse race for ing. Two or more to start or no race.
hands or.under . , i mile dash. Cherry county horses. One half mile Entrance free.
Rosebud , Pme "Ridge aiul Cherry County horses must have beeii owned at their respective homes
three months prior to day of race. Entrance 10 per cent of purse ; five to enter and three to start or
race will be declared off. Horses must be entered before 9 o'clock p. M. -day-previous to each race
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MuskrEach Day by the Valentine I : O ; * 0. F , Cornet Band.
W.E.HALEY , GEO. ELLIOTT ,
At the Britt post office , eleven afid one-half miles
northwest of Valentine , on ;
Commencing at 10 o'clock a.m. , the following de
scribed property :
ISOhead of cattle , consisting ol on the place.
cows and calves , yearling About 110 tons , of hay and mil
and-two year-old steers aijd let in the stack. .
- one ' registered Shorthorn 100.acres of corn in the field'
1 wind mill , tower and tank.
55 head of horses , - .
Corralls , sheds and four miles of
Wagons " , harness , mowers , rakes wire fence. ' " "
and all farming implements
TERMS : Twelve months' 3tirne on all sums r
over $10.00 , purchaser giving good bankable se i
curity ; all sums oi $10.00 and under , cash. Five e
cent off for cash. c
* JOSEPH BURLEIGH. P
GEO , TRACEWELL , , E HALEY , elk
Auctioneer .Clerk la
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Renovate , x Renovate , x Renovate
White Lead ; Oil , Turpentine Putty ,
Paint , Whitewash , and Kalsomine Brushes
QfllC APCtlTQ COD The Celebrated Lincoln Ready Mixed Paints ,
CULL MUL W I O rUJl Varnishes and Stains. There is none other so Goof
We Keep in Stock at all times a large assortment of Wall paper in1
prices ranging from lOcts to oOcts for a double roll.
OUR SODA WATER IS EQUAL TO THE BEST
And it is as cold as Greenland's Icy Mountains.
ELLIOTT'S DRUG STORE
Eates Reasonable Give Me a Trial
A. Schatzthauer , Propr.
S , MOON ,
For sale , Standard ten foot wood Perkins 832.00 cash , also the -
Mishawaka ten foot , six and eight inch stroke same price. Come
an d see before you order. Pumps and tanks for sale.
Valentine , * - - - * - - . Nebraska.
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Gome to fcp
D. S. LUDWIG'S .
OLD STAND FOB -i
Eclipse Windmills , Builders' Materials
Fair bank's Steel Windmills.
Buggies , Moline Wagons , . Lumber ,
' J. A. SPARKS , ADMINISTRATOR
Accounts 'oF Mercys , Ranker ] , and Individuals Invited
Money to Loan on Pirst-clas.3 Cattle Paper
and Other Securities , " ,
Valentine State Bank
Capital JgQicl tljp
, NEBRASKA. ' ,
FRED WIIITTEMORE , President J. W. STETTER , Vice President
CHARLES SPARKS , Cashier
T. C. HORNTJY w. S. JACKSON
in the coffee bin not
a -pleasant thought ,
yet when coffees are
kept open in bulk who
knows what different
"things" come climb
ing and floating in ?
put up in sealed packages insures
cleanliness , uniform quality ,
freshness and delicious flavor.
We do not know who sets the
styles in-stationery , but whoever
it is hasartistic judgment , as
you vvilladmitwben you see our
fall line. All the latest fads and
fancies in paper : all that is new
in design or color. An ample as-
i sortment to choose from.
Prices'are as Idw as Quality is
high. Don't be content with old
style stationery , or to limit your
choice by picking from a stock
less ample than ours.
Ouigley & Chapman
Valentine , Xeb.
CONVENTION CALLS ,
People's Independent Party
The People's Independent Party vot
ers of Cherry County are requested to
send delegates from their several pre
cincts to meet'in County Convention in
ValentineNebraska , on Saturday ,
September 14 , 1901'at 10 o'clock A. M.
for the purpose of electing eight dele
gates to the state convention to be held
at Lincoln September 17 , 1001. Also
to a county convention on Saturday
September 28 at 10.o'clock . A. 31. to
nominate county officers for the follow
ing offices towit : Treasurer , clerk ,
judge , surveyor , sheriff , coroner , sup
erintendent of public instruction and
commissioner ot the 3rd district , and
ather business as may come before the
The representation from the various
precincts will be based upon the vole
ast for TV. A. Poynter in the general
jlcction of 1900 , one delegate being al-
owed for each ten votes and major
'raction th ereof , and one delegate at
arge from each precinct , which makes
he following apportionment :
Barley . . . .o
Buffalo Lake . . . . . . . " . . . . .2
Boiling Sprites . " . . . . c
Clevel nd . t . J" . . . . . V.Vs-
l > euey Lake . 3
Enlow . . . " " - r ,
Georgia . . ; .
German . J.\ . " 3
Gillaspie . . ' . . . . . . . . . . . . . , 4
Goose Creek . ' . . . . . . . . 4o
Invlu . . . . . . . . . " . 3 ,
Kennedy . . . [ 3
Kewanec . I ! ! ! ' 3
Loup . . .
' Lnvaca . . T
Meiriinaii . . ' . ' . ' ' ' ' - |
Mimiecliuduza . > . . . . . . . ' . ' " * .
Mother . Lake . .
Nenzel . . . " . " . * . " . * . * . " . " i
Sparks . . " . " . . *
Steene . " *
Scblajrle . . -
Sharps Ranch . ' . ' . . ' .
Table . ?
Valentine . . . ,
Woodlake . * . " . . * " " . . " . .II."i. . g
It is recommended that the precinct
primaries be held at the voting place
in each precinct September 7 , 1901 at
2 o'clock p. 31. unless otherwise called
by the precinct committeemen.
It is also recommended
that no prox
ies be allowed but that the delegates
present cast the full
vote of the pre
J. TV. WHILLANS W. F. MOBOAKEIDOE
The democratic party voters of Cher
ry county are requested to send dele
gates from their several
meet in county convention in Valen
tine , Nebraska
ber 14 , 2901 , at 10 '
o'clock A. M. for the
purpose of electing eight delegates to
Vie state convention to be held at JLin
coin September , 1901 , also toacoun-
ty convention oir Saturday
28. 1901 , at 10 o'clock A. M. to * orni-
mate county officers for the follow-in-
offices tttvitr-Treasurer , clerk , judW'
surveyor , sheriff , coroner , supt. of pub
lic instruction and
3rd district and to transact such ' other
business as may come before the
vention. " *
tthel IJ as
It recommended that the precinct
primaries be held at the voting Ze
< , 1901 , unless otherwise
called by the
It is also
that no < }
ies be allowed but
that the dele
present cast the full vote Of the pr ?
M. D. CYPHERS
IM. . RICE
Strayed or stolen from '
tip lower than right. Jjotif
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