Valentine Democrat. (Valentine, Neb.) 1900-1930, June 12, 1902, Image 8

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    THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT
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I. M RICE EDITOR
$1.OO Per Tear in Advanc *
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY.
Entered &t tbe Test-office at Valentine. Cherry
toontr , Nrtrtilca , as Second-class matter.
STATS OFFICERS
EZRA .P. SAVAGE. Governor ,
C , F. STEKLE. Lieut. Gorernor.
GEO.V. . MABSII , Secretary of State.
CHAB. WKSTOK , Auditor Tub , Accts.
WM. STEUFEK , Treasurer.
FRAKK N. TROUT , Atty , General.
GEORGE FOWLER. Com , Fub. Lands and Bldg.
[ LEE HABDMAK , Librarian.
U. 8. SENATORS
JOSKPII H. MIIAARD.
CHAS. H. DIETRICH.
CONGRESSMEN
ELMER J. BURKETT. Rep. 1st Dlst.
DAVID H. MERCER , Rep. 2nd Dlst.
JOHK J. ROHINSON.FUS. 3rd Dlst.
WM. L. STARK , Fus. 4th Dlst.
A. C. SHALLENBERGER , Fus.Dtb Dist ,
Wai. NEVILLE , Fus. GthDist ,
COUNTY OFFICERS
W. C. SHATTUCK , Treasurer.
C. S. REECE , Clerk.
W , R.TOWKK , Judge.
L. N. LAYPORT , Sheriff.
.A. M. MORRISSEV , Attorney.
ETTA BROWX , Superintendent.
LEROT LEACH , Surveyor.
ALFRED LEWIS , Coroner.
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
W. E. HALET , 1st Dlst.
ALEX BURR. 2nd Dlst.
L. LAUFER , 3rd Dist. '
Charles H. Faulhaber
Brownlee
Breeder of
Reg'st'd Herelords.
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Hyam , No. 74,538 ,
at head of herd.
Young bull ! from 6
to 18 months old
for sale.
HENEY AUGUSTON
Blacksmith
Brownlee , Xebr.
Does general blacksmithingathard
times pripes for cash.
PAT HETT
Valentine , Nebr.
Good , Hard Rock for sale in any
quantity *
H.M. CRAMER ,
City Deliveryman.
Trunks , valises and packages hauled to and
from tbe depot and all parts of the City.
jy-Telepbone 12.
W. A. KIMBELL
Barber
.First class and up-to-date. Neat
and attractive , every custom
er has a clean towel. Valen
tine State Bank Building.
LEROY LEACH
County Surveyor
Valentine or Wood lake
PBOMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
JOHN PORATH
Blege , liebr.
Tubular wells and Eclipse wind
mills. Weils guaranteed five
years.
A. M. MOKKISSEY
Attorney at Law
Valentine , Nebr.
A. N. COMPTON
Physician and Surgeon
Office at Quigley & Chapman's
Drug Store. Nights The
Donoher.
F. M. WALCOTT
ATTORNEYAABSTRACTER
Valentine , Nebr.
Practices In District Court and U. R. Land
Office. Keal Estate and ttanch loprfy
bought and sold. Bonded Abstractor.
KANGAROORESTAURANT
MEALS AT ALL HOURS
25 CENTS
FRESH OYSTERS SERVED IN
ANY STYLE
OPEN
DAY AND NIGHT
MRS. JL A. MARhAU * FRED JUH.L
Grease
that makes your
011O * . horses glad. "
Located on Cherry St. 2nd door
south of Smyser's livery , furnishes
excellent board and lodging. Meals
same old price 25 cents. A hearty
welcome to all.
MRS. M.HARRIS
MILL PRICES FOR FEED *
Bran , bulk. . . .1.50 per cwt $20.00 ton
Shorts bulk . . .1.15 per cwt $22.00 ton
Screenings 40c " $7.00 "
Chop Feed..1.25 | 24.00
Corn 1.05 $20.00"
Chop corn 1.10 $21.00"
Data 1.50 " $29.00"
ETTA BROWN
SUPT , PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
Examination Third Saturday of each
month and Friday preceding.
VALENTINE NEBRASKA
Bulls For Sale
10 Eegistered Herefords , 2 high
grade Herefords , 1 high grade Short
horn. 1 to 3 years old.
jun29 H. S , SAVAGE , Simeon , Neb.
I , A. M. Morrlssey , Villace Clerk of the Vil
lage ol Valentine , hereby certify that at a regu
lar meetiDR of the board of trustees of said vil
lage , held on 7th day of May , 1002' the following
estimate of the expenses of said village for the
fiscal tear , 1002 was duly made , to-wit :
Repairs on water system $ 500 00
Incidentals , establishing grade , etc 880 00
Salary of officers 440 oo
Lighting 800 00
Interest and sinking fund 004 00
Pumping water 1200 oo
Total 279000
In Witness whereof I have hereunto 5et my
hand and affixed the seal of said village this 13th
day of May , 1903 ,
. A.M. MORRISSEV.
SEAL \ 18 _ | Village Clerk.
stray Notice
This is to certify that I have this day taken
up at my place three miles south of Simeon ,
Nebr. , one rec aud white spotted cow and tea
roan calf. Cow has slit in left ear. Early win
ter calf.
Dated May 16,1903.
is-5 THOMAS A. CABR.
Paint ,
Wall Paper ,
! Calcimine.
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? Pure Linseed Oil S
Varnishes.
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Fopttlfot Congressional Con
vention
A delegate convention of the Peo
ple's Independent Party of the gixth
Congressional District of the state of
Nebraska is called to meet at Kearney ,
Buffalo county on Wednesday , July
9th , 1902 , at 2 oclock p. m. , for the
purpose of placing in nomination a
candidate for member of Congress to
be voted for at the next general elect
ion to be held $0v. 4th , 1902 to repre
sent the sixth Congressional District of
Nebraska , and to transact aucfc .Other
business as may properly come before
the convention.
The repEesenfcation of the several
counties in convention jll be based
upon the vote cast for Hon. Wm , Sfrey.-
ille in the Congressional election of
1900 , one delegate being allowed for
each as hundred votes or major frac
tion thereof , < wwJ one delegate at large
fromeach county , fthj.ch entitles the
f veral counties jtofep esein n as fol
lows :
Cherry county Is entitled to ey e #
delegates.
It is recommended that no proxies be
allowed but that the delegates present
cast the full vote of their respective
counties.
counties.A.
A. F. PARSONS , Chairman ,
BOP C , SAUTB ,
P. E.AM. V.B.B.
TIME TABLE
WEST BOUKD
No. 27 Frt. Daily 2:33 : P. M.
No. 25 ' except Sunday 9:40 A. M
No. 3 Passenger Daily 12-.49A.M.
EAST BOUND
No.28 Frt. Daily - 6:50 A. M.
No. 26 " except Sunday 6:00 P. M.
NO. 4 Passenger Daily 4:47 A. M.
McOann Items
Mr. and Mrs. Monier have a baby
It was a fine rain and will make
things hum.
Mrs. G. Danofsky is at the county
seat for a few days
J. M. Coleman stopped over night
with P. C. Galloway.
J. P. and R. J. Wilson went west in
a prairie schooner last week with the
Black Hills as their destination.
G. Hendershot and family and O. F.
Schwidersky went to Steer creek fish
ing last week and had a good time but
did not catch many fish.
RELIABLE.
Kennedy.
Jess Marion was a Valentine caller
last week.
Tennis was a Simeon visitor the
first of the week.
Cora Ayers made a business trip to
Thedford last week ,
A. B. McAlevy was taking in tie
sights at Kennedy last Sunday.
J , N , Steadman was up to Chester
field last week , puttjng down wells.
W. H. Kennedy made a business
trip to Wood Lake the last of the week.
Horria Wallingford , from Chester
field , was seen in these parts Monday.
Dave Piercy was swapping yarns
with the Kennedy people last Sunday.
John Grange , of Oasis , wafl looking
up some cattle in this neighborhood
last week ,
We wonder how Jess Marion got
home from Kennedy last Sunday night.
Walking must have been good.
Penbrook Items.
Fine weather once more ,
E. Burdick is working for Mr , Hit-
tie.
Mr. Tilson has the finest and clean
est corn in the cominunf ty.
Mrs. Kittle has had some improve
ments added to her dwelling house.
B. Osborn moved his barn from the
K. J. Grooms place the last of the
week.
A family by the name of Lewis have
bought the Schrewer place and have
taken possession.
George Hancock , Glen Hutchinson
and Albert Hutchinson went to Valen
tino , Friday , with the hogs ,
H. Grooms and family and H. Os
born and family went up to the tf io-
brara falls to visit friends and rela
tives.
Children's day wes observed at
Sparks and all of the children in the
community from far and near were
there and enjoyed a gppd time.
The etore at Sparks owned by J. H.
Sears , burned Friday night about one
o'clock. Everything went up in the
fire including the posloffice and mail
matter.
PORCUPINE.
Bailey Briefs
Alex jBeager was in Bailey last week.
All truck is growing fine the past
week.
Cass and family are visiting in
Cherry County.
G. W. Seager and Mrs. Saeger spent
most of last week in Cody.
Frank Heath purchased a hackney
Stallion frpm Jan Anderson.
Walter Gflodiu boughjt # fine stallion
from Wra , TynnalsoA ] $ s jyjeek.
A cow roundup is on the hike , ft
started last Tuesday on Leander.
Man is born to rule the world , but
along comes woman and declares it is
up to her.
John S ger and Charlie Sellers are
doing some carpenter jy.ork for Hugh
Sears this week.
If a small boy is chasing a bumble
bee and ypjj &ear him yell , it is a sign
he has caught it.
Some of the old ladies in Baitey don ;
think Lee Sellers is all right if he didn't
hike with their girls.
Frank Heath and his mother , Wal-
, t r Tilborn , and Maud Goodwin , were
gu.e&tjj Ql juries Sellers last Sun-
George flnyaafcer , from Wp/jif ake
bought a car load of horses in thjese
parts and Ira Goodin and James Balr
lard drove them to Wood Lake.
WfiO I AM.
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A "Pome"
Someone at the Fort who signs him
self "K. E. B. " has-takerf the liberty
of monkeying with the muse sends the
I following effusion with the request to
publish , so here goes :
Have you heard the latest
About the Ball Nine
Out at the Post
Prom Dear Valentine.
The post , and the city
They came together
And more is a pitty
It was not another.
The game was a cinch
So they all say
'They couldn't gain an inch"
In the Ball Game today.
The day was so hot
Water went so fast
That the town boys forgot
To play ac last.
Their pitcher wore a cap
They say its a Joaner
He is a fine chap
But no good for a winner.
Well , the town was beat <
Then we heard the bugle say
Come in and eat
With the soldiers today.
The boys in town , can boast
How they beat us one time
They were beat by the post
That gallant old nine.
27 to 7 was the score
In fayor of our boys.
But some got sore
For they thought we Were toys.
Go way back and sit down
You can't play ball.
I guess you will frown
Again before fall.
Friday , we will try you again
But please dont boast
About playing a game
With the scrubs , at the post.
We don't need to try
To win the game
But we can come nigh ,
Doing it again.
Well good bye boys
We wish you good luck
We are the easiest toys
You ever have struck.
K. E. B ,
Our readers will agree that the above
is great , and
Lives of great men all remind us ,
We can make our lives sublime ,
And , departing , leave behind us
Footprints 10x29.
Fort vs Valentine.
Talk about your base ball teams
In and around Nebraska state ,
The best one though , to me it seems ,
Will now be put into shade
By a certain nine of boys in blue ,
. From the Thilipines just landed.
Last Friday , it's honest and true ,
To Valentine a surprise they handed.
Twenty one to ten was the score ;
Oh , such a cinch ; it was a shame.
And don't you think they were not sore
And claimed , Webb was to blame ,
I tell you now , Webb done his best ,
And would have won the game.
But the boys m blue , they batted fast ,
You see it's this way , how it came :
We all did kuow that money was bet ,
The Fort would not get two tallies ,
But the boys in blue , their minds had set ,
To make a few good sallies.
When Valentine scored lour , to start ,
Holy smoke ! how they did yell ,
But in their shoes did drop their hearts ,
When the glory went to hell.
Two taggers , three baggers the boys did make
Without their shoes , without their caps ;
I tell you they were wide awake
And gayg that ball some awful raps.
Kijckje.d ouf'ap unj'pjre , put a gooft'one Jn ,
Thin made Jwplye puns la ope jnjiinff. ' "
They grumbled with a grimy fron :
'Go way back , Valentine , and sit down. "
, Then , when the game at last was won ,
To Stetter's all tiio boys did come ,
The beer was free , it is no dream.
And by the electric gas light gleam
Closed friendship with Goodrich , Tucker &
Kimbell.
Before going home , gave the whole assembly :
"Hurrah lor Valentine , Hip , Hip , Hurrah ,
Some other day again we will play. "
A W9W tQ
Hypnotism fras repjeyed anpther
hard blow. And in Milwaukep , at
that.
that.An
An ardent follower of the mesmeric
art offered to wager $100 that he could
get into & pasture in which a ferocious
bull was charging everything in sight
ap4 fey na.eians of a few passes put the
anjml to slpejj ,
TUe wger"was pr.ompjtly accepted
by a friend , and the ametep'r Syangaji
began operations. He wake } $ bpldly
up to the animal , stared it in the eye
and made a pass. So did the bull.
The artist sidestepped and tried again.
Then , in the parlance of the sport ,
ihefp w s "something doing" .
The bujl refused fa .recognize the
superiority of mind over matter. fa
violation , of every rule of the hypnotic
rnanuaj ; jbt swooped .cUjwn on he luck
less esperimepfcer , an $ ph e. | him to
a high board fence , The brrijer ygs
too high to" be climbed , and BO ttia bull
butted the slumber-artist right through
an inch board , breaking it beyond re
pair , and also fracturing three ribs of
his antagonist.
' Af er the man came to in the hospit
'
al , hfi apfcBPysg he had lost the
wsger and that he sroujjl p"y nft pro
viding he had enough money after liq
uidating bis hospital expense account
Of course the bull ought to have
known better. He should have
promptly rolled over on his side and
begun snoring at a prodigious rate.
But he didn't.
It is quite a blow to science , but
hereafter , when that hypnotist wishes
to overcome another angry bull he will
probably feed him on half a barrel of
the stuff that made Milwaukee famous.
Then perhaps the hypnotic spell will
work. It will , of course , ' be slightly
irregular , but it will be a blamed sight
more effective and safer. Omaha
Tally News
Democratic Congressional
Convention.
A delegate convention of the Demo
cratic party of the Sixth Congression
al District of the state of Nebraska , is
hereby called to meet at city of Kear
ney , Buffalo couuty , on Wednesday ,
July 9th , 1902 , at 2 o'clock , p. m. , for
the purpose of placing in nomination a
candidate lor member of Congress , to
be voted upon at the next general elec
tion to be held Nov. 4th , 1902 , to repre
sent the sixth congressional district of
Nebraska , and to transact such other
business as may come properly before
convention.
The representation of the several
counties in the convention will be
based upon the vote for Hon. Oldham
m 1900 for attorney general , one dele
gate being allowed for each one hund
red votes or major fraction thereof and
one at large from each county , which
entitles the several counties to repre
sentation as follows :
Cherry county is entitled to eight
delegates.
It is recommended that no proxies
be admitted to the convention and that
the delegates present cast the full vote
of their respective counties.
P. II , McEVGY , Chairman ,
W , B McNEEL , Secretary.
Business Notices.
Notices under this heading 5 cents per line
each Insertion. Among reading matter , 10 cents
per line each Insertion.
Full and complete line of candies at
Bohle's.
Omaha painless dentist June 16th
and 17th. . 20-2
Fine stock of cigars always carried
at Bohle's.
Buy your bread , cakes and pies at
Bohle's. Fresh every day.
Dr. Withers , Omaha painless dentist ,
at JDonoher hotel June 16th and 17th.
20-2
All kinds of heavy hardware and
wagon wood stock at E. Breuklanders.
20-tf
Highest market price paid for
Chickens , Game and Fish at the Don-
oher. 9 tf
A 10x12 letter press , good as nev7 and
a large lawn mower for sale. Inquire
at this office. 16
For up-to-date dental work at Omaha
prices see Dr. Withers , who does first-
class dental work. 22 years exper
ience. 20-2
I want to buy 200 or 300 black mul-
ey cows and calves. Address , giving
full description and price ,
20-4 F. W. JERSIG , Valentine.
You will have to hurry if you want
to win the big prize on 3-Star Coffee ,
A 30c value for 20c a pound. For sale
by all merchants. 20-4
FOR SALE : Several fine Game Cocks.
These birds are finely bred and are of
good weight and color. Inquire oi
Hospital Steward , Ft. Niobrara Nebr.
11 tf
16 quarter sections , goppl rapge , hay
water and timber. Will run SQO head
of stock. For information address , box
no. l4 , Gordon Nebr. or J. M. RICE ,
Valentine , Nebr , 48-tf
Estray Notice
Taken up at my place 12 miles east
of Valentine , ou the Niobrara river ,
May 19 , one iron-gray stallion 4 years
old. No visible marks or brands. Is
lame in right fcot.
18 § W r. J. ALLEX.
Estrayed from the Vincent place
near Arabia on the night of May 23rd
1902 , two four year old bay mares ,
branded ZO on left shoulder. Weight
about 1200 to 1300 Ibs. each. Liberal
reward for information leading to their
recovery.
4t W. E. EBERHART.
Taken up at my pla.ce near Tha.cher ,
qnp bjapk § feef tfcree years plcj , without
horns , 3 little whjfe o/n bpjjy. wallow
fork in night ear and branded with bar
diagonally across right leg below hip
joint. Has been in my herd over one
year Also one red steer , curly haired ,
white face , no horns , probably 2 years
old , branded IPI | on right hip. Has
been in my B3 herd about tbree
months.
' 19-5 J. E. THACKREY.
Estray Kpjice.
p.
from my place nine miles
northwest of Valentine , on April 2ftb ,
one bay mare four years old , white
strip on face , slim built and rangy , e :
weight about 650 pounds , branded 60
on left shoulder and VH on left hip.
Also one iron gray mare about 6 years
old , wejght about 1,000 ; old scars on
points of shoulders , Branded J C on
left shouldrs. Suitable reward for in- C (
formatipn" lading1 tp'tfeeir recovery.
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50 YEARS/
EXPERIENCED
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Invent on is probably patentaDie.kon patent-
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taken tnronKa u *
tptcial Patents notice , without charge , iatba
Scientific flmcrkan.
SWEENEY BROS.
Postoffice address
Pullman , Neb
Cattle branded as on.
cut ; horses branded
same as cattle except
reversed S
See block
Range Stever
and Stephenson
Lakes and South
S300 reward will be paid to any' person for In.
formation leading to the arrest and conviction
cattle with the
stealing
of any person or persons
above brand.
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D. A. Hancock
Blackburn , Mo. or
Simeon. Nebraska
Cattle branded on
left side as on cut ;
also 16 on left side
with on left hip ol I
some cattle ; also 346 L
on right side. Horse
brand , rake and 16 \
on left shoulder or
hip
Home ranch on
Dewev Lake. Range on Niobrara River , east of
Fort Niobrara ; all In Cherry County. Nebraska.
P S ROUSCHB
Postofflce address
Brownlee , Neb
On left side or any
I part of animal. Ear-
J mark right ear cut
I off ; horses branded
same on left hlp.Also
has stock branded H
Lou side or shoulder ,
lor'JK or W or O.i VI ,
[ orO or FZ. Also
the-followlng , the first one being on side and hip
M. P. HALEY'S
HOME MADE
LINIMENT.
This is a Spanish Herb Liniment.
Cures Eheumatism , Swellings ,
Sprains , Bruises , Aches
and Pains.
JL
Cures numbness in the limbs , restores
muscles to healthy and vigorous ac
tivity. It is the great remedy for
Paralysis , Lame Back and Lumbago ,
NOTICE : This Liniment has been
tested and proved to be a cure for
the above described aliments.
M. P. HALEY , VALENTINE , NEB.
Directions for using : Shake well and
turn the mouth of the bottle onto a
sponge or flannel cloth and apply upon
the soreness or afflicted parts. Do not
apply upon cuts or open sores. Shake
the bottle well before using
Ul
Park brown , Foaled Nov. 24tb ,
1SS9. Sire "Nimrod"
(1066)
) , by
"Comet" (151) ( ) , by "Eclipse" (191) ( )
by "St. Giles'GST ( ) by "Wildfire"
( SG7) ) . Sequab's dam 2S9 Lady-w ,
bird F. S. Vol. 7 by Kestless T. B :
li's ' G. dam Jjy * La.rrywipa }
Notice later of where he will
stand for season of 1902.
J. W. STETTER.
Owner.
MARrj ?
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JL. V. 7T
7TOivil Bill ,
Civil Bill is 6 old
years and
weighs 1500 pounds. Color
, bay.
Will make the
season as folhvs :
3S Sgturdgy gf each week at Vinr
sent ct Dayis3 barn in Woud Lake ,
Remaining dayg of
eek at own-
n
T'S barn 12
miles
northwest of
iVood lake.
ill
Terms : $8.00 to insure living
W. E.
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