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THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT
1. M RICE tDITOR
u.mntv. Nebraska , as Second-class matter.
EL of P. ChKRRY LODGE NO. 1C9 , meet * let
and 3rd Friday ol each month at 8:30.
C. M , JfUNTEU , C. 5. GOULD.
C.C. K.oflt. & . S.
VALKST1X K L.OD K KO,2051.0. O. F
Meets Thursday night each week ,
AMOS KANIM.LL , " J. T. KKKLEY ,
AM. . A'O. l S.-Meets 1st Tuesday on or be
fore tbe full of the moon each month.
T. C. HOUNJIY , W , W , THOMPSON ,
W.M. , Sec'y-
A. O. U. W. IUO.7O. Meets 1staiidOrdiMuu
day oi each month.
W. A , PBTTYCUKW , U. G , DUNN ,
M. W. Recordei. . ,
J > K < ; KKI ; OJB IIOKOK so. no.-Meets |
2nd and 4th Monday each month.
ETTA BKOWN , I > 'EZ , PBTTYCKEW ,
C. of H. Recorder.
M. W. A. Meets 1st and 3rd Wednesdays each
M. V. NICHOLSON , - W. E , HALEY ,
FIlATEltflJAl. UA'IOJl NO , 508-Meets
every hatunaj i > lth
J.A.EIOHNBACK , E. D , GLAUK , .
V , M. riec'i'-
lUilt'AJLi X El II 15OIt . Meets 2nd and
4th Wednesdays each mouth.
MAEY QUIGLEY , - MINNIK DANIEL ,
onn and Oaasht rai of I'roiectloii
Lodcc Xo. G.-Meets 2nd and 4th Fridays each
HKKUY GRAHAM , Mrs. JENNIE LEWIS ,
Royal Ilishlanders , Devon CantleXo.
2Ol."Meets 2nd Friday eaca month.
ED CLABK , HALEY ,
I. P. Sec > > ' -
Charles H. Faulhaber
Hyam , No. 74,538.
at bead of herd.
Young bulls from G
to 18 montlis old
Brownlee , > Tcbr.
? Des general blucksmitliingathard
times prices for cash.
Valentine , Nebr.
Good , Hard-Rock for sale in any
Trunks , valises and packages hauled to and
from the depot and all parts of the City.
W. A. KIMBELL
First-class Shop in Every Respect
E tu de Quinine Hair Tonic , Golden Star hair j
Tonic , Herpicide and Coke's Dandruff Cure.
Try Pompeian Face Massage Cream t
. County Surveyor
Valentine or WoodlaUe
WOWK PltOMPTl.y ATTEHDED TO.
Riege , K <
Tubular wells uud wind mi Us.
A. M. MOEitlSSEY
I- ' Attorney at Law
Valentine , Sj'-br.
A. N. COMPToS
Physician and Surgeon
Offii-c at Quiglu , ) Cliapiniiu'b
lmg Store. Night- Tin l > on-
- oliei icsidence , Mierr ire 't.
Edwrd iS Furay
Physician an * Surgeon
Office Fratemal Hall or El
liott's Drug Store Hun. . '
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No. 27 Fn. Dilly 2-33 P. M.
No. 23 " except Sunrtny 9:40 A. M
No , 3 t'isseMi ; jr Mail ) 12:49A. M.
No 28 Kn lull ) 0:50 A. M
\o , y i-xcepl Sunday 5:00 P. M.
NO 4 Passenger Dam 4:47 A. M.
MILL PRICES FOR FEED ,
Bran , bulk . 75 per cwt $14.00 ton
John Nicholson ,
Will be in Valentine on the 20 , 21 , 22
and 23rd of each month. Reserve
your work for him. Office at Donoher
8UPT. PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
Examination Third Saturday of each
mouth and Friday preceding.
H. DAILEY ,
Office over the grocery deparment
of T. C. Hornby's store.
Will be in Kosebud agency July
3rd , Oct. 2nd and Jan. 1 , 190 ± .
Moses & Hoffacker.
Simeon , Nebr
X on r fght or > elt
> ehou Ider of liors-
O on li-ft jaw. II on left side. H onleft thigh
S. N. Moses
SJ right shoulder
The Commoner , Mr. Bryan's paper
\vil ! he especially'interesting and in
structive during the present session of
congress. The action of this congress
will probably determine the isstins up
on which the next presidential cam
paign will be fought. The Commonei
proposes to carry on a campaign of ed
ucation and organization to the end
that democratic principles may
la addition to the editorial depart
rncnt , which receives Mr Bryan's per
sonal attention , the Commoner con
tains a Current Topic department ,
wherein a nou partisan discussion of
topics of timely interest and other val
uable information will i.e found. The
Home Department is conducted ban
experienced woman who is idely
kno * u as H writer of household topics
and who is an authority on the art of
cooking in all that the term implies.
This department alone is worth the
subscription price. The other dep.'irt-
mentsot thih paper are all interesting
and all > conducted , among which is a
.summar } of 'he ' world's news told m
narrative sty ie , and Mr. Maupm's de
partment Whether Common or Not
contains original anecdotes and wit ,
moral lessons m homely phrase and
yerse , and appeals to old and young
The Commoner as a whole is clean.
entertaining and instructive , aud its
rapid increase in circulation now
amounting to 140 000 is proof of the
paper's strength and influence.
Arrangements havn been made with
Mr Bnjau whereby The Commoner
can be supplied at a ven low rate with
THE VALENTINE DKMOCUAT , both pa
per > foi one } ear for $1 65 This offer
applie > to both new an J renewal sub
sciiplions. and nhould lie taken advant
age of without delaAll ordiM- should
bp sent to M HIUE , Valentine. Nebr
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advantage of the unprecedented club- i
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Tliee three pun ications are the best
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fo e a& &o much superior reading
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The Greatest oi its IOr.il
The excellent record of the"Her-
cantile"is attracting much attent
ion. It now has in Nebraska over
seven thousand policy holders and
over six million dollars of insur-
ence in force. It has annually for
five years on an average declared
to its policy holders a div
idend of 15 to 20 per cent ; that is ,
it has saved in cost to its policy
holders that much. There is no
man but what would like to be in
a business that would yield him 20
per cent profit. The Mutual In
The Mutual Insurance people of
the state can be proud of the fact
that Nebraska has within its board
ers some of the very strongest
Mutual companies in the world ,
Many both farm and city whose poli
cies are as good as gold anywhere
and the reputation of which goes
unquestioned. Among the number
none are better than the Farmers
Mutual ulnsuranco Company and
The Nebraska Mercantile Mutual
Insurance Company , both of Lin
coln , and the Trans-Mississippi
Mutual Fire Association of Oma
ha , and our readers should carry
in these companies all of the insur
ance they can place with them up
to the full amount desired. No
person claims but that in case of
loss they are fairly treated and
when the amount is agreed upon ,
paid promptly. The Mutual In
These companies are represent
ed by I. M. Eice of Valentine. In
these companies together with the
German Mutual of Omaha he has
written thousands of dollars of in
surance for people in Valentine ,
Crookston , CodyMerriman ,
Gordon , "Wboklake and throughout - '
out Cherry Co. There has never
been a question as to the reliability
of these mutual companies and
those holding policies in them can
testify to the saving in cost of in
surance. There should be no dis
crimination against them because
they have saved thousands of dollars
lars to policy holders , and insur
ance rates have been lowered 25
per cent by virtue of the existence
of these companies , in which even
those opposed to mutual insurance
have profited. They insure city
and farm property , school houses
Notice of Application for a Lic
ense to Sell Liquors.
Notice is hereby # iveii that I intve filed with
ihu Clerk uf the Board of Trustees ol the Village
of Vaientu e Nebraska , a petition accompanied
by a boiid duly attested , said petition praying
that I be granted u , license to sell malt , spirit
uous and vinous liquors iu saia Village ol Val-
ennne. Cherry county. Kebia&ka , for tite year
GEOUGE N. I1EHSIIEY ,
Dated this 2nd day ot April , 1903.
Notice of Application for a Lic-
ense.to Sell Liquors.
Notice is hereby given that we have filed with
the Clerk of the noapd of Trustees of the Village
of Valentine Nebraska , a petition accompanied
by a bond duly attested , said petition praying
that we be granted a license to sell malt , spiiit-
imua and vinous liquors in said Village of Val
entine , Cherry county , rsebraska. for tbe } ear
ending M * y 1 19W.
T. A. i'
JAS H. J1ULT. .
Dated this 2nd day of April. 1003.
Notice of Application for a Lic
ense to Sell Liquors.
No'ice is hereby gi.\en that I have fil d with
the ' erk of tn Board in Trustees of the Village
of Valentine Nebraska a pptition accompanied
'nyabon' ' dulv attested .said petition prajing
that l be granted n license t bell malt , spinr
lion- , and via -us liquor * , in s-iid Villag of Val-
e'lfiiiM. Cherry conniy , Vebraska , for the year
Dated this 2nd day of April , 190J ,
Notice of Application for a Lic
ense to Sell Liquors.
Notice Is hereby given that I have filed with
the 'Merk of ! he Hoard of Trustees < f the Village
f Valentine Nebriska. a petition -M'comjiank'd
b > .i b nd dulv attested. iid p ° ti'ion prjiylntr
tli tl hpfjrnnfC't alie nsp toeeil malt , spirir-
n-us-nn-- : , ' s i'niior in said Village of Val
entine. Cherry county , Nebraska. f r Hi. jpnr
WII LM U McG EU
L aitiu lhi Sad dufQt A $ * r HTOv
The Broad Brimmed White Hat.
IN HONOR OF FRANK MOGLE JR ,
i There are many American heroes ,
Their deeds are recorded with national pride
In the beautiful cemetery at Arlington ,
In their glory they sleep side by side.
Around their graves twine the undoing laurel ,
The lilacs , the roses and lilies bloom there ,
And each year their glares are decorated
By the good and the brave and the fair.
But ah , on the broad western prairies ,
Full many a hero is at rest ,
No stone marks the place where they laid him
And the cactus blooms over his breast.
Comrades wrapped him close in his blanket ,
Left him there on the prairies so lonely and wild
Just pausing to drop a tear for that mother
That will mourn all her life for her child.
Or perhaps there's a dear little sweetheart ,
Or a wife in that home far away
Will be watching and waiting with sad earnest eyes
For that laved one full many a day.
But kind friends the dar is fast dawning
When those wnom long on pride's altar have sat ,
Will bow with respect to the man from the west ,
That wear the broad brimmed white hat.
His soul the production of nature
Has never , no never known fear ;
Many times with saddle for pillow
He sleeps 'neath the moonlight so clear. . . I
His heart ever open to pity -
With sympathies that can infold
All mankind as brothers ,
That is better , far better than gold.
But full many a saddle and bridle
Is cherished with tenderest care ,
And the rope and the spurs that went with them , '
Look in the parlor , you'll find them both there.
A sad-hearted mother will show you
The chair where her lost darling sat
And while she tells the sad story
Bathe with tears a broad brimmed white hat.
Each year when they come from theround-up -
Some fond mother's bereft ,
A horse they say , fell v/ith it's rider
And an empty saddle is left.
Then in the homes of the stockmen ,
That are scattered this way and that ,
In sad rememorance there is mourning
And tears moisten the broad brimmed white hat.
Mothei love , all over the Universe ,
Is what causes great deeds to be done ,
The pangs oi death are as nothing- her ,
To the downfall of Her son.
So mothers , whose boys lell in battle ,
And long in mourning have sat ,
Bow your heads and weep with the mothers
Of the boys that wear a broad brimmed white hat.
On the far away iield of Santiago ,
Where the bullets the thickest fell ,
The brave deeds of -
many our cow boys '
The pages of history tell.
And as they rode forth to battle
Their leader on his grand charger sat ,
His eye was the eye of an eagle '
And he waved a broad brimmed white hat. t .
Those kiud-hearted western mothers
Are lifting their brave manly'boys
Until the good they shall do in this wide world
Will bring suffering humanity joys.
They are striyin g with unceasing labors ,
And their crown ot glory will neyer be blessed.
Until around the crown ot tbe broad brimmed white
The American laurel shall rest.
Boys for the sake of those mothers
Be honest and upright and true
" With a strong steady hand in strife and in peace ,
Furl the flag of the red , white and blue.
And soon o'er the laud of the eagle ,
A shout shall arise from this way and that ,
Every head will be bare , every tongue swell the sound
Of God bless tue broad brimmed white hat.
And when the bugle is sounded
For tne last grand roand-up of life.
And the brave come forth in their glory
Wnen the heart no longer knows strife.
There'll be joy tor those fond western mothers ,
With one accord they'll kneel and give thanks
When a long array of broad brimmed white hats
Are seen at the front of the ranks.
ELLA B. MOGLE.
: AT :
Tuesday Apii 14 , 1903.-
Morning Afternoon and Euening Sessions
Sorghum Poisoning in Cattle , Corn
stalk Disease in Cattle/ Blackleg
in Cattle , Calf Cholera Texas It.ch
The Nebraska Experiment Station
by DR. A. T , PETERS , The University ,
Soil Tillage , Forage Crops Farm
by D. P , ASH BURN , Gibbon , Nebr.
These Meetings are held under the Auspices
of the Stale University and the local organ
ization and are iree to alL
mm YOUI ? FAMIU&
Jake Heaston is on the sick list.
Jim Hughes has a fine cow with a
Mr. Tills-on is doing some fencing
this sprin .
Mr. Tillon went to Spaiiks Stmdaj'
John Owens bought him a bran new
Geo. Bristol had quite a husking
bee last week.
Mr. Lewis was up at the t ofllce Sat
Lew Hutchison will give.a dance in
the near future.
Mrs. Grooms and family spent Sun
day at Graddys
Dave Owens took in the basket sup
per Friday night.
Miss May Graddy went to Nordon
John Graddy spent several days
with the Grooms bos.
Mr. S wain and some friends were in
this locality Sunday.
Wm. Grooms and Fate Graddy went
to Norden Saturday.
A. Haley and family spent Sunday
at Richard. Osbourn's.
The dance at Sparks the night of
the 17th was well attended.
The organ committe has about $35 on
hand f or the new organ.
Dock Grooms enjoyed a breeze on
the Sahdley creek lately.
Frank Grooms and sister went to
church at Sparks Sunday.
The Burdick boys went to Saprks
after loads of seed wheat.
March winds and April showers
bringeth forth May llowers.
The Burdick boys went to town with
three loads of corn last week.
Frank Grooms says the night after
the storm he lost nis whiskers ,
Tom Laird , of Norden , is hauling
corn from Dave Green.
Mr. Gilbert went tc Valentine Sat
urday with two loads of chickens.
A etna Breachbill , of Sparks , and
Henry Brown went to Norden Sat.
Jack Owens was taking in the sights
on the streets of Norden Saturday.
Charlie Hudson and Miss Crowe * .
were out for a horseback ride Sunday.
Sam Grooms and wife , of Ainsworth
were through this neighborhood re
Jim Hutchison is on the trading line
nowadays. He says he makes a trade
Norden seems to be taking the lead
in the hog market from this end of
the county ,
Miss Annie Tillson , of Penbrook ,
commenced school in district No. IT ,
Some people up the river seem to
have some trouble about going tto see
Dock Grooms and Jim Hutchison
won a box of cigars off Doc March , of
Ray Sharp , of Shadley. was thru
this neck of the woods last week en-
route for Valentine.
Mr. Gilbert , of Penbrook , is selling
out and will go to the southern part of
Mo. Mr. Gilbert is a prosperous farm
cr and a good neighbor and we are
sorry to see them leave.
Vonce a long while ago t went into
mine abble orchard to climb bear
dree to get some beaches to make
mine vrow a blumb mit , and ven I gits
on the topermost branches I falls
down from the lowermost limb mit
one leg on both sides of der fence and
like ter stove mine outsides in. .
Chicken pox has made some gaps in
school attendance record.
Mr Schooly was over from Johns
town last Sunday.
Rev. Johnson is moving from Johns
town to this city.
Joe Rogers and Clff Burnet went to
Robert Campbell , only son of L. G.
Campbell , was buried at the Brownlee *
Cemetery last Saturday. Mr. Camp
bell had been an invalid for some years
Last Friday evening some fort7 of his
neighbors , gave T. S. Rousche a com
plete surprise on his birthday. The
invaders brought plenty of good things
with them to eat and everyone hada
Notice of Application for a Lic
ense to Sell Liquors.
Notice is hereby given 'that I have tiled with
the Clerk ot the Board of Trustees of the Village
of Valentine Nebraska , a petition ' accompanied
y a bond duly attested , said petition , pniyini ;
that I be granted a lic'ensu to "sell , malt. spirit-
UdrfS atid vinous liquors In Said VlllaRn of Vaf
eutim ; . Cherry , dtfunfy. Ncbjaskafor the jear
ntilag May i. lOai.
WALTHER F. A MELTENDOKFF.
tfated th'id 2dd diy o"I April ,
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