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About Valentine Democrat. (Valentine, Neb.) 1900-1930 | View Entire Issue (March 15, 1906)
The Loup Vnllpv Horoford
Itniwniff , N ht
131693 and Curly
Coat 1122C1 at head
of herd. The blood
of Fowler. Anxiety ,
Lord Wilton and Sir
* , * Gladstone i-redoini-
nates in my herd.
I have 40 bead of Hereford bulls from 0 monilis
to 2 years old on band for this spring's trade.
G , H. FAUI < HA1IKU.
H. DAILEY ,
- Office over the grocery deparraent
of T. C. Hornby's store.
Will be in Rosebud agency July
3rd , Oct. 2nd and Jan. 1 , 1904.
JOHN F. PORATH
liieje , A'cbr.
Tubular wells and windmills.
C. M. SAGESER
First-class Shop in Every Respect
Eu de Quinine Hair Tonic , Golden Star Bair
Tonic , Herpicide and Gokn's Dandruff Cure ,
Try Pompeian Face Massage Cream
A. N. COMPTON
Physician and Surgeon
Office at Quigley & Chapman's
Drug Store. Nights The Don-
oher residence , Cherry Street.
_ i _ _ _ _ _ _
City Deliveryman ,
Trunks , valises and packages hauled to and
from the depot and all parts of the City.
Dr. Q. O. Sturdevant ,
UKBU > K.\T DKST1ST.
Office over Daventort's Store West Entrance
Valentine , Nebraska.
JOHN M. TUCKER ,
Practices in all State Courts.
N , J. Austm. J. W. Thompson.
Austin z Thompson.
and Wood Work.
HORSE SHOEING A SPECIALSY
Hans & Veach
Painters. Paper If angers
Buggies painted and stripeel a oon
as new. All work guaranteed.
1 HEAD §
| NO MORE
It should be a great deal of
satisfaction to those who have
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
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.
. * - . .
! CHAPMAN §
THE : DRUGGIST.
Lee Miller of Windlton , N. D. ,
a brother of George and Andrew
Miller , is here visiting relatives.
John Sedlacek was in from his
ranch southwest of town Friday
and'paid in advance for THE DEM
OCRAT. Mr. Sedlacek informed
us that last week he sold 1 ± sL\
months old mules to a buyer from
Missouri at § 37.50 per head.
Halldorson's photos 1 , 2 , . 3 , 4
and 6th of each month.
For Rent The building west of
THE DEMOCRAT office.
Wanted A good married man
on a dairy farm.
9 MARK CYPHERS
Mrs. Thomas Watkins has been
very ill the past week but is re
John Uullis has purchased the
Henry Stetter dwelling north of
llamsey Watkins , from White
river , was here visiting his broth
er Thomas last week.
George W. Monnier was found
guilty of "assault and threatening
to shoot'7 in Judge Towne's court
Tuesday and was fined § 10. <
Alexander Haight was the com
Judge Westover conducted the
Dusiness of this term of court in
lis usual fair , impartial and busi
ness like manner , to the satisfac
tion of attorneys and litigants
alike. Attorneys from out of
town were Judge E. M. Bartlett
of Omaha , M. F. Harrington
of O'Neill , Judge Wood of Rush-
ville , and Allan G. Fisher of
Having been nominated as a
candidate for the office of village
.rustee , I wish to make the follow-
ng statement : Individually , I am
opposed to the saloon. Believing ,
lowever , that a large majority of
our people favor the license law ,
' . will , if elected , vote to grant li
censes and enforce the law favor-
ng such village ordinances as will
make its enforcement possible with
ihe least friction. H. DULEY.
Mrs. Lena Jotter was accident-
y shot through the heart Sunday
evening at Ft. Niobrara. Mrs.
jiffie Jelly , a daughter of Amos
Randall , was twirling a revolver
iround her finger when it was dis
charged and Mrs. Jotter fell to the
floor expiring almost instantly.
Tlie funeral was held in the M. JE.
church here Tuesday , A couple of
years ago J. F. Jotter , the husband
to the deceased , died from drinking '
carbolic acid which he thought to
ilobert Adams , the colored man
who was sentenced to three years
Eor robbery from the person of
Win Johnson , made a dash for j
Liberty Tuesday evening. When ;
Mike ( Jlynes , the jailor , took the
suppers into the jail for the pris
oners , Adams dashed past him as
the jail door swung open and suc
ceeded in getting out of the build
ing before he could be arrested
and started towards the post on
foot. The fresh snow falling made
it possible to track him with the
aid of a lantern until his direction
was learned , and Sheriff Simons
came back to town , hastily tele
phoned co the post to look out for
Adams and jumped into a rig just
starting to the post , and overtook
Adams about half a mile from the
bridge crossing the Niobrara.
Prompt work was necessary and
Mr. Simons lost no time in lodg
ing his prisoner in jail again.
A number of citizens met at
Bethel hall Tuesday evening to
nominate candidates for village
trustees. Geo. Tracewell was
chosen chairman and I. M. Rice
secretary of the meeting. A com
mittee of five were appointed to
draft resolutions as follows : "Re *
solved ; That the ticket nominated
be known as the 'Peoples Ticket , '
and be it further , Resolved ; That
we are in favor of the enforcement
of the state laws and village ordi
nances. " Several persons were
named for candidates and upon
motion a ballot was cast to declare
as nominees , the two receiving :
the highest votes. Dr. H. Dailey
and H. S. Savage receiving the
highest number of votes were de
clared the nominees. Dr. Da-iiey
was called for and he spoke briefly
of the issues , and upon motion , he
was requested to put his senti
ments in writing and that it be
printed in both papers in Valen
tine. Mr. Savage also addressed
'the meeting and was directed to
state his position for publication
in both papers. Upon motion the
meeting was adjourneqU
T < the Voter * of the Village
of Valentine. *
At a caucus held in our village on
the 13th day of March to place in
nomination two candidates for vi- !
lage trustees , I was nominated as a
candidate for one of said trustee on
the Peoples Ticket. If I am elected
as said trustee at the coming elec
tion , I shall use my influence as a
member of the board to see that
the business of the village is run as
economically as possible. That all
of the vil'age ' ordinances now in
effect are enforced , and I will be in
favor of drafting new ordinances
any time ife is deemed necessary for
the welfare of the people. That I
have always been in favor of high
license , and I am also in favor of
the saloons running somewhere
near the law that is laid down for
them. That I am in favor of the
saloons staying closed on Sundays.
That I am against gambling in any
form whatever in the saloons. That
in fact I am in favor of everyone
doing and living as near within the
laws that are made for us as it is
possible to do. And if elected as
one of said trustees I shall use my
influence to that effect in so far as
it becomes my duty. Respectfully
H. S. SA.VAGE.
Loses Wilt's , Son axd Two
D.iugliier * Witliiai 30 Days
( Harrison , Neb. Sun. )
On last Sunday Robert Lux
brought the news to Harrison of
the death of Mrs. Clinton Met/
and her two little girls , 7 and 5
years old , which occurred near
Adelia , in this county.
Mrs. Metz and her two children
were lost in the storm of March 1
and frozen to death. As far as is
known , Mrs. Mete and her two.
daughters , Dollie and Nellie , were
visiting Mr. Meta' brother , near
Sugar Loaf , and on the afternoon
of the storm they set out on foot
to go from the home of Mr. Kirk
Metz to his brother Scot's , a dis
tance of about a mile , and wore
not seen again until their bodies
were found the next d.-iy by the
school teacher and scholars by tTie
roadside , frozen to death.
Funeral services were held at
the Union Star church , conducted
by Revs. McKewee , Burke and
Just ono. month airo Air. Metz
lost his only son and this new af
fliction includes the entire family ,
and Mr. Metz i * left alone.
If izsdonlrf. r a l t ! e
At a hearing bffore HIP CoininhU-o on I'ublic
Heiiltli , of the Massachusetts Lpyi-slaturo. on a
bill designed to prevent the wholesale drngiring
of the public , the follow ng eminent Hoston
physicians tvstili" ! against the hpalthfiilncss of
Kochelle Salts , and strongly recommended the
passage of a lw which wo nd ! prohibit , the sale
of t'lo-'e Cream or Tartar -kins 1 Powders which
leave this daiigeiousdr'g in the food-
Dr. ELartnng. Hr. C. O. Kepler. Dr. F. li Foster.
Dr. G. M. Palmer.
The averag1 consumer of DakiiHj i > o\vler does
iHrt know that a reaction occiirs in 1 lie i > roct-ss
of baking. Wh-n a chemical react.io-i . takes
place the nature oftho < .r.uinal nmtsrial 13
entirely changed , so that the substances which
icnwin in the f od lo be oaten are very different
from those which compose the baking powder
before bakm ? . For this reason the statement
that a baking powder contain * Alum or Cream
of Tartar is worthless so far as iufonnig the
consumer as to what he eats. What the con
sumer wants to know is what goes into his
stomach ; net what is iu the can. The much
advernsed Cream of Tartar Trim-powders ore
of such composition as to leave large quau.ities
of Kochelle sSalts in the food. They have never
denied this ; they dare not deny it. Why be
induced by their clever advertising to buy their
beands and pay 45 to 50 cants a pound for a
baking powder tnat leaves in the food a medi
cine that should be taken only by tun physician's
directions ? The hnest baking powder ia the
world can be ma-le for 25 centaa pound.
There is a high grade bakidg powder on the
market that is sold at a moderate price' and one
that leaves the food iree from Kocha'le alts ,
Alum , or any injurious substaude. The Calumet
Baking Powder Company guarantees tats ttiie
consumers , and it is well to avoid all baking
powder that cannot make this statement , fn
view of the puriJLy and healthfulness of fJalumet
Baking Powder it is recommended oy th lead
ing physicians and clum'sts of the country.
J. L. ASHBURN ,
Contractor and Build
er in Brick or Stone
Valentine , - Nebr.
Hans & Veach will do you good
work in painting and paper habg-
ing. 8 ,
is good food food for brain , lood for Drawn , food that is *
strengthening , that gives energy and courage. Without a proper
appreciation of this great fundamental truth no nation can rise
As an article of food , soda crackers are being used more and
more every day , as is attested by the sale of nearly 400,000,000
packages of Uneeda Biscuit , which have come to be recog
nized as the most perfect soda cracker the world has ever known.
And so Uneeda Biscuit will soon be on every table at
eveiy meal , giving life , health and strength to the American people ,
thus in very truth becoming the backbone of the nation.
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
Isham Bros , of Mazon , 111. , will sell at public auction five head of Registered
Percheron Stallions direct from their stables in Illinois , consisting of
One Registered Percheron , 3 years old , weight 1900 pounds.
One Registered Pereheroi } , 3 years old , weight 1800 pounds.
One French Draft , 4 years old , weight 1900 pounds.
One 8 year old Eegistered Stallion , weight 1700 pounds.
One Grade Percheron Colt , coining 2 years old , weight 1400
Also one Mammoth Kentucky Jack , weight 1100 pounds.
Isham Bros.'have sold 35 head of stallions in the past two years in the state
of Nebraska and every stallion is sold under a strict guaranty to be a breeder.
The stallions can be seen one week before the sale at Bishop's feed & sale stables
; . : NV
TermsOnethird : : cash ; balance on time on approved paper. -
G. E. TRACEWELL ,
Mr. Brown's antics , by the way ,
are inclined to be captious about
his recent trip to Washington. He
says he went to move for an ad- .
vancernent of the railroad tax case.
His critics say that such a motion
has necessarily to be made in writ
ing anyhow , and that there is no
way on earth by which it could be
made orally , or argued. Why ,
then , they ask , did not Brown j
mail his motion and save the .state
the expense of the trip ? And
they strongly intimate that his real
reason for going was to enter into
a few political negotiations with
the Nebraska Washington colony ,
and that he jumped at the oppor
tunity to make the state pay his
expenses. Brown's friends , on
the other hand , insist the motion
was so important that it was the
part of wisdom for him to be pres
ent in person , to see that it was
not lost , strayed or stolen. It's a
small item , anyhow , considering
the lavish scale of expenditures
adhered to by our state adminis
tration , and besides , it's impos
sible to please everybody.
( World-Herald. )
Up to date , < howevor , the field is
open. "Charley" Greene , the big
and brainy Omaha lawyer , has
broken the ice. With characteris
tic disregard for the rules of the
game he declares he will be a can
didate even though the railroads
and the people should join to op
pose him. Nobody would accuse
Greene of being an astute practi
cal politician. But if he has the
things to say he says he has , an
if he says them with the boldness
that his distinguishing trait , his
speeches in the language of Horace
Greeley , will "make mighty inter
esting reading. " And if he should
be so fortunate as to entice Norris
Brown into a joint debate it
would be too rich ! As the Mis-
sourian said in his prayer against
hell and a personal devil , "I tell
you what , O Lord , we just couldn't s
stand it ! " Both would declaim ,
before enraptured audiences , a-
gainst "corporation domination"
and each would doubtless'insist
that he alone was the sincere de-
claimer. _ It would almostbe
worth while to bring John M.
Thurston back and make it a three
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