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About Valentine Democrat. (Valentine, Neb.) 1900-1930 | View Entire Issue (March 8, 1906)
perfect In quality.
Moderate In price.
The Loup Valley Hereford Ranch.
Brownlee , Nebr ,
131693 and Curly
Coat 1122G1 at head
of herd. The blood
of Fowler. Anxiety.
Lord Wilton and Sir
nates 10 my herd.
I have 40 head of Ilerpford bulls from 6 months
to 2 yean old on Land tor this spring's trade.
0. H. FAUliIIAUKlt ,
H. DAILEY ,
Office over .the grocery deparment
of T. C. Hornby's store.
Will be in Rosebud tagency July
3rd , Oct. 2nd and Jan. 1 , 1904.
JOHN F. POEATH
Uiege , Nebr.
Tubular wells and windmills.
C. ' M. S AGESER
First-class Shop in Every .Respect
Eau de Quinine Hair Tonic , Golden Star Bair
Tonic , Herpicide and Cok 's Dandruff Cure.
Try Pompeian Face Massage Cream
Physician and Surgeon
Office at Quigley & Chapman's
Drug Store. Nights The Don-
oher residence , Cherry Street.
H. M. CKAMER ,
Trunks , valises and packages hauled to and
from the depot and all parts of the City.
Dr. Q. O. Sturdevant ,
Office over Daventort's Store West Entrance
Valentine , ft'
JOHN M. TUCKEE ,
Practices in all State Courts.
N. J , Austin. J. W. Thompson.
Austin z Thompson ,
and Wood Work.
HORSE SHOEING A SPECIALSY.
Hans & Veach
Painters. Paper If angers
Buggies painted and striped as good
as new. All work guaranteed.
| NO MORE
It should be a great deal of
satisfaction to those who have
V long suffered from headache ,
to be able to find a remedy
that will make it possible to
entirely escape from tois af
fliction. Those who will
r keep on hand
need have * no headaches.
Taken when headaches are
starting they always stop
them ; taken after tney come
they invariably cure them.
Harmless , pleasant and sure.
COSTS BUT 25 CENTS.
Halldorson's photos 1 , 2 , 3 ,
and 5th of each month.
BURXITT WOULD REBUILD
POST AT FORT NiOBRARA
Ask * $200,000 to Be Used for
the Construction of New ,
to Have Ti e t Ar
tillery of the West Quar
tered in Nebraska.
Washington , March 5. Senator
Burkelt introduced in the senate
today an amendment to the army
appropriation bill , which has pas
sed the house , asking for § 200,000
with which to begin the rebuilding
of Fort Niobrara into a regimental
post , preferably for field artillery.
The buildings are so dilapidated as
to be beyond repair and it is there
fore decided by the war depart-
ment to begin anew. Fort Kob-
inson is already provided for in
the bill as it passed the house , the
quartermaster general having esti
mated 8101,500 for new buildings
for that post.
The war department now has its
eyes focussed on reservations hav
ing large areas , where troops can
be given all kinds of exercise that
would become imperative in case
of war. Fort Niobrara has 60,000
acres one of the largest in the
country and Fort Robinson has
23,000 acres , which is large as com
pared with many others. Further ,
it is claimed that mounted troops
can be maintained at Fort Robin
son cheaper than at any other post
in the country , with Fort Nio
brara a close second.
Congressman Hull of Iowa ,
chairman of the military commit
tee , has given his promise to inter
est himself in behalf of the Fort
Niobrara proposition. It will have
to be inserted as a senate amend
ment to the army appropriation
bill. The war department is de
cidedly in favor of having brigade
posts , at which larger bodies of
troops can be collected than have
ordinarily been kept at single posts
in past years , and it is also in fav
or of having these posts established
at comparatively long distances
from large cities , as the city posts
are found to demoralize troops ,
giving too much opportunity for i
dissipation of the men. World-
J. A. Yaryan was in town from
Pullman the first of the week. t
Max E. Viertel and Wm. Kava- .
naugh are attending court this
J. H. Crowder , the Gordon poste
master , was in town a couple of
days this week.
Geo. Hornby took his daughter
Helen down to Omaha last Satur
day and left her with Mr. Efner ,
while she is being treated at the
Methodist hospital / for nervous a
trouble. Mr. Hornby returned
As we go to press the case of
the state vs John Stetter and Har
ry Hilsinger for conducting gam
bling , is occupying the attention
of the court. Allen G. Fischer
and A. M. Morrissey , as attorneys
for the defendants , are endeavor
ing to keep the case from going
to trial. Judge Wood and R. G. \
Easley are attorneys for the state i
and seem to have held their ground (
as the case is yet being contested. (
The court house is crowded with
spectators who seem to be taking
considerable interest in the case.
A divorce was granted Mrs. Car
rie Brown from Walter Brown.
Use Printed Stationery and
For fine Job Work come to THE
We have a new font of Smith-
Premier typewriter type for cor
respondence letters , circulars and
Try using more printers ink
and patronize home industries.
We're doing lots of job work
now and can do more.
Bring in your orders that you
want gotten out for next month's
use.We carry a large stock of Let
ter Heads , Envelopes , Statements ,
Bill Heads , etc.
The Chicago House , office"and
parlor , is made more inviting by
a coat of varnish and paper.
Mrs. Antonia Price returned
Sunday and says she has been to
Cuba and left her little boy there
with her mother.
C. V. Thorn received a telegram
that his store in Lincoln had burn
ed down , and he went down the
first of the week.
Wednesday the case against
Chas. Price came , and the jury
after being out over night , found
him guilty of selling liquors with
W. U.T. U.
THE SOCIAL EVIL.
Rev. Charles W. Blodgett in a
recent public utterance thus probes
the social ulcer in our midst :
"Think of it , good men and wom
en of this city ! Two thousand and
over of women pa.y two dollars a
month , or § 1-8,000 a year to be
protected by the police of this city
in immorality. There is no law
that sanctions or permits this hor-
aible traffic of virtue. This is done
by the political party to which I
belong. The 'leaders' claim that
it controls , this vice controls ! It
is-a wonder that God's burning
fire does not fall upon us for using
that word ! Within two blocks of
St. Paul's church , of which I am
the pastor , there are abominations
worse than could be found in Sod
om and Gomorrah. We challenge
the Executive Head of the cam
paign fund of the dominant party
to tell us what become ? of these
$ iS,000 ! He dares not do it. The
most eloquent preachers in this
nation may be secured by the
churches in this city , but until we
have a revolution in civic affairs ,
hell will continue to hold a carni
val of vice within our borders !
Yes ! Yes ! More than that is
true. The saloon must be taken
into account. Vote the saloon out
of existence , and you will strike a
death blow to the bawdy houses ,
bossism and the whole brood of
evils ! " Search Light.
We wish to commend . North
Platte W. C. T. U.'for the splen
did report they were able to give
in our state papor , The Union
Worker. We will copy snatches
of the same : "A committee from
the union have been assigned the
duty of meeting with the council
to talk over the violations of the
liqnor laws which occur every day
in North Platte , as in every other
place where the city permits for a
price , these * vestibules of hell' to
establish themselves. "
"One item this union has given
special attention to , is the support
of a 'rest room' and reading
room in short , W. .C. T. U.
headquarters for the county. The
county commissioners have made
an appropriation for the support
of these rooms , with a promise to
increase it. Most of the business
firms , nearly every church and
fraternal society made small
monthly payments to this fund.
The most prominent druggist , as
he gave his name for a monthly
payment , expressed the wish to
become an honorary member and
wear the badge. One of the promi
nent physicians also wears the
badge , and several of the minis
ters. The county attorney also
( just think of that ) is committed to
our side and everything indicates
that the class in municipal law is
doing good to those who try to in
form themselves. " '
Can you imagine how it would
seem if such conditions existed in
our own town ? God speed the
W. C. T. U. COMMITTEE.
Avoid the Clieap and
Can" Baking Powders.
The cheap baking pow-lers have but one
recommendation : they certainly give the pur
chaser plenty of powder for his money. These
powders are so carelessly made from inferior
materials that they will not nuke light , whole
some food. Further , the-e cheap huldng
powders have a very small percentage ofleaven-
inpgas ; therefore it takes from two to three
times as much of such powder to raise tfce cake
or biscuit as it does of Calumet Baking Towdtr.
Therefore. In the long run. the actual cost to the
consumer of siHi powders is more than Calumet
would be. Cheap baking powders leave the
bread sometimes bleached and acid , sometimes
yellow and alkaline , and always unpalatable.
Thej are never of uniform streugth and quality.
Why not buy a perfectly wholesome baking
powder like Calumet , that is at the same time
moderate in pi Ice and OHQ which can he relied
ui on ? Calumet is always the same , keeps in
definitely and gives the co ok the least trouble , ,
Work ! Work ! ! Work ! ! !
Lots of energy is needed to keep tip the pace. In
the struggle , the man with the strong body and clear
brain wins out every time.
The man of lo-day needs something more than
mere food ; he needs a food that makes energy a food
to work on.
Although some people may not realize it , yet it is"
a fact , proved and established beyond doubt , that soda
crackers and this means H QQda BiSGUit are
richer in muscle and fit-making elements and have a
much higher per cent , of tissue-building properties
than any other article of food made from flour.
That this is becoming known more and more every
day is attested by the sale of nearly 400,000,000 pack
ages of Hfie@da BlSCUit ? the finest soda cracker
ever baked. An energy-giving food of surpassing
value sold in a package which brings it to you with
all the original flavor and nutriment perfectly pre
served. Truly the food to teork on.
Whoever you are whatever you are wherever
you work Unescfa Biscuit.
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
Fn I sxt HI ? " "
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Statistics prove that the chances of your dyingof -
Throat or Lung1 Troubles , are 9 to 1.
Waste no time , but euro your Disease with
the only strictly scientific Lung Specific in existence.
Positively guaranteed to help or money refunded. ,
Rev. 0. D. Mooe of Happersville , N. Y % , writes : "I
had a fearful cough for months , which nothing1 would
relieve , until I took Dr , King's Kew Discovery fop
Consumption. It cured my cough and saved my life. "
Prices , 50c and 3 J .GO 7ria ! Bottles Free
RECGitf rclEJJDED , GUARANTEED
AND SOLD BY
J. L. ASHBURN ,
Contractor and Build
er in Brick or Stone
Valentine , - Nebr.
. . COPYRIGHTS &c.
Anyone sending n sketch and dcscrintion mar
quickly aacertnln our opinion free whether an
Uivetition la probably pntcntablc. Communica
tions strictly confidential. Handbook on Patents
sent free. Oldest ngency for securing patents.
Patents talien throuch Munn & Co. receive
gpecial notice , without charge. In tho
A handsomely Illustrated weekly. Lnrpept cir
culation of any scientiilc journal. Tei-ma. ? 3 p
yenr : four months , $ L Sold Ly all newsdealers.
Vnnch Office. fi25 V . T ) . fi
WANTED Energetic and trust
worthy men can make .3100 to 8150 per
month representing aVjhome life and
accident insurance co'tripany. Others
are doing it , why not you ? We teach
you. Address ior particulars , R. E ,
Williams , Norfolk , Neb. 18
Hans Veach will do you
work in painting and paper
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We want , a man
in this locality.to sell \
the W H E ELER < ' - - .
Machine. * o
We can offer ex
ceptional indt ce.-v
ments tosomeone. , . ,
who commands - a- "
horse and wagon and
can devote his time :
to advancing the- \
sales of * *
our product .
Energetic : men .t
find our proposition- ;
a money-maker 'da ' 1
pable of development
into , a permanent
and pro' fit 3Tb 1 e
business. ' :
WRITE AT OiVCE . . . .
Wbeeler&Wilson Mfg. C6/ "
72 and 74 Wabash Ave. ' .
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Comfortable rooms , clean beds
and all you want to eat at
cago House. j'v
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