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STATION : Valentine , Nebr. MONTH : March , 190.6.
A'OTK : "T" indicates trace of precipitation ; " helow zero ; "PC" partly cloudy.
JOHN J. McLEAX , Observer Weather Bureau.
[ HE VALENTIN DEMOCRAT
I. M. RICE EDITOR
Mutual companies pay 1-ssesin full
o discount I. M. KICK , Apent.
HAS NO SUBSTITUTE
A Cream of Tartar Powder ,
free from alum or phos-
. WYAt BAKING POWDER CO. , NEW YORK.
Cherry Connty School Not .
The preliminary plans for the
Corn Growing and Corn Cooking
contest appeared in the last issue
of the Nebraska Farmer.
On Sept. 1 , ' 07 , the new law goes
into effect requiring twelve weeks
as the minimum normal training
for a first grade county certificate.
A teacher certificated under the
old law , who attends a summer
school approved by the state sup
erintendent , at least six weeks ,
may have all of her grades accept
ed upon approval by the county
superintendent of the proper coun
ty and made state grades , except
in the five essentials. Upon such
attendance the only examination
required in the five essentials will
be in Heading and one other of
the five essentials at her selection
with the advice and consent of the
county superintendent of the
Teachers not intending to at-
teiijl the summer school should
take their examination in March ,
April or May , and thus lessen the
burden of work that will of a
necessity fall upon the examiners
in June and August.
TEACHER'S MEETING , MARCH 24m i.
1. Value to teacher of study
of Louisiana Purchase , Lulu Kortz
2. Shall we teach subjects or
pupils - Laura Pettijohn.
3. Nature study , Anna Mc-
4. Vocal solo , Miua BJessing.
5. Chapters XII and XIII of
La. Purchase , Ora Hooper.
6. Chapters XIV and XV of
La. Purchase , Sadie Thackrey.
7. White's Pedagogy for the
Teacher , E. II. Watson.
8. Benefits derived from teach
ers tssociations , John O'JSoake.
1. How did a knowledge of
medicine aid the Lewis & Clarke
2. What records did Lewis &
Clarke leave on the Pacific Coast ?
3. On the whole , did Indians
help or hinder the expedition ?
4. Describe the Indian Lodge
on the Big Horn.
5. Tell of the adventures of
"Big White. "
6. How did the government re
ward Lewis & Clarke.
1. What is the aim of the first
series of Number lessons ?
2. Name and illustrate some
exercises with abstract numbers.
3. What is the basis of the art
of accurate and rapid computation ?
4. How does Mr. White de
velop the idea of a fraction ?
r . How early should a text
book be placed in the hands of pu
pils ? LULU KORTZ ,
Rv , } Margarete Quigley.
u > ) Clara Dunham.
Twenty children in the 3rd and
4th grades received perfect attend
ance certificates last month.
Prof. T. M.tHodgrnan , inspctor
of High Schools in Nebraska , is
visiting the high school today.
The cold and snow has caused a
slight decrease in attendance in
the 2nd primary room. The 3rd
grade are studying the map oi'
On Friday morning Louis Hoe-
nig gave an explanation of "Me
tabolism. " This is the continual
process of tearing down and build
up of the organisms in the body.
It's solely a process which dis
tinguishes the living organism
from the dead.
Last Thursday morning Ethel
Sherman explained , "Fletcherism"
to the school. Fletcherism is the
practice of right eating and masti
cating the food which makes peo
ple both healthier and happier. A
man by the name of Fletcher dis
covered this experiment-and has
practiced it. It is a good rule for
others to follow.
A good prescription
The G-cent package s enough lor usual occas-
sK-ms. The family bottle ( GO cenrs ) contains a
* nnnlv for a v .ir. All dnisrsUt * HH ! ) them.
liullrotttl tn.ttceen JflinHmtri Hiver
nntl Cliluttffft ,
Direct I in * to St Paul'Jtlinneap-
Direct Hue to If tack Hills.
Apply to tictin-itt Hffent for rate.8
* mrami time cards.
Order of Hearing and Notice of
Probate of Will.
Tn the County Court of Cherry County , Ne
STATE OF NKIJRASKA.
To the heirs and to all persons interested in
thtt e.state of Gas 1 Lolxien , Sr. , deceased : On
r 'Hdi g the petition of .Julius Lotzie > t. pray
ing that the instrument tiled in this Court on the
1st day of Mar--h,190 < 3and purporting to he
th * * last will and testament ot the said deceased.
may be proved and allowed , and recorded as the
last will and testament of Carl Lotzieu , Sr. ,
deceased ; that said instrument be admitted to
probate , and the administration of said estate
bo granted f Julius R. Lotx.ien , as execu'or.
It is hereby ordered that yva and ail persons
interested in said matter , may , and do appear
at the county court to be held in and for eaid
county on the 2-lth day of March. A. D 190C. at
in o'clock a , in. , to show cause , if any there be ,
why the prayer of ihe petitioner should not be
grauten.aud that notice of the pendency of said
petition and that the hearing thereof be given
i4 > all persons Interested in said matter by puo-
lishing a copy of this order in the Valentine
Democrat H weekly newspaper printed in said
county , for tiiree successive weeks prior to said
tlay of hearing.
Witness my hand and the seal of said court
this 6th day of March. A D. 1900.
SEAL W. R. TUWNE.
, 8 3 County Judge.
By W. A. Khelboiirti , Febrna * y 3.1905 , three
horses branded us follows : One brown bald
face houe , two white hind ftet iraiidud
on left shoulder and D T an'
on right shoulder.
One brown mare , thr-e yens old , branded
_ M on left hip. 91 left hip aii'i i-7 on right hip ,
has bald face : iud ouo white himl foot.
One sorrel horse , brands no' di tinguishable *
0 5 B F HOBSOX , Justice.
MILL PRICES FOR FEED *
PerCwt. Per Ton.
The following data , covering a per
iod of 16 ear. * , have been complied
from the Weather Bureau records at
Valentine , Nebr. They are issued to
show the conditions that have pre-
vailec1 , diirinjr the month in question ,
for the above period of years , but
must not be construed as a forecast
of theveather conditions for the
Mean or normal 31 ° .
The warmest month was that of 1889
with an average of 44 °
The coldest month was that of 1899
with an average of 22 °
The highest was 84 ° on 28,189u
The lowest was260 on 4 , 1891
Average for month 1 'J6 inclien.
Average number of days with .01
of an inch or more 9
The greatest monthly precipitation
was 2 58 inches in 1891.
The least monthly precipitation
was 0 28 inches in 1903.
The greatest amount of precipita-
fton recorded in any 24 consecutive
hours was 120 inches on 1-8 , 1891.
The greatest amount of snowfall
recorded in any 24 consecutive hours
( record extending to winter of 1884-85
only ) was 7.8 inches .on 24 , 1901
CLOUDS AMD WEATHEPv
Average number of clear days , 30 ;
partly cloudy , 10 ; cloudy , 11.
The prevailing winds have been
from the NW.
The average hourly velocity of the
wind is 12 miles.
The highest velocity of the wind
was 52 miles from the NW on 10 , 1893
JOHN J. M'LEAN ,
Observer Weather Bureau.
Colottitff fsoiv One-way See-
< > n < l ClftHB Kntett
To San Francisco , Los Angeles ,
Portland , Taeoma , Seattle ,
Boise City. Spokane , Walla
Walla , Ogden , Salt Lake City ,
Butte and other points in
Montana , ColoradoUtah , Ne
vada , and the Pacific Goast ,
Via the Chicago , Union Pacific &
North-western Line , February 15th
to April 7,190C , inclusive. Attrac
tive side trips at very low rates.
Daily and personally conducted ex *
cursious in Pullman Tourist sleep
ing cars , only § 7.00 for double
berth from Cnicago ( accommodate
ing two people ) , through to-the Pa
cific Coast without change of cars.
Choice of routes. Excellent train
service. Dining cars , ( meals a la
carte ) . For tickets and full infor
mation apply to agents Chicago &
North-western By. ' 8-9
We are making a specialty of
Carbon Platinos. Order the good
goods and you get them. 'Remem
ber that our Photos are guaranteed
and that re-sittings are given when
necessary. HALLDORSO . 29
A good Smith Premier typewriter
for sale cheap. F. M..WALCOTT ,
Cody , Nebraska
Range north o
Cody , Nebr.
Anywhere on cat
Horses on left
F. T. tfrackett
Brand right side
Horses same on
Range , Niobrara
6 miles south of
Oasis , Nebr.
G. K. Sawyer has
charge of these cat
tle Horses DS on
left shoulder. Some
left thiKh. Range on Snakft riverfe
pi ivate mark , slit
Nebraska Land and Feeding Co.
Jartlett , Richards" Pros Will G Comstock , V. P.
Cattle branded on
any part of animal ,
also the following
3 brands :
horses branded tiu
Gordon on the F.E ,
&M. V.R. R. and
iyannis on B.&M. R. R. in Northwestern
Nebraska. Address , &AB.TL.&TT RTCHARPS
R M Faddis& Co.
FostoOlce address Valentine or Keniiedy.
der or tliiulr
Som rt ht thigh or shoulder.
Gordon , Nebr.
same as cut on
Range 6 miles
south of Irwin ,
P. H. Young.
as cut on left side
" " " "
"on left jaw or
Range on Gordox Creek north of Simeon ,
C. P. Jordan.
Rosebud , SD
Horses and cattle
same as cut : also
CJ BE JJ on risrht
Rane on Oak and
A liberal reward
leading to detection
of rustlers of stock
bearing any of these brands.
at O'neili , Xebr.
East , Going West.
Leaves 10:10 a. in. Arrives 9:50 p. m.
Passenger , daily except Sunday.
Connections with Elkhorn trains east and
west-bound from all points west of O'Neill.
Shortest route to Sioux City and beyond ,
Through connections fc-r Sioux Falls , Minne
apolis , St , Paul and all points north and west.
< ny local ti kets to O'Neill.
FRED ROOEKS , G , P. A.
Bloinc City .Iowa
WANTED : District Manag
ers to post signs , advertise and
distribute samples. Salary $18.00
weekly , $3.00 per day for expen
ses. State age * and present em *
ployment. IDEAL SHEAR CO. ,
39 .Randolph St. , Chicago. 52
Very Low Excursion Kate ? to
Louisville , K.V- ,
Via the Northwestern Line. Ex-
3ursion tickets will be sold March
15 to 18 , inclusive , with favorable
return limits , on account American
Bowling Congress. Apply to ag-
mts Chicago & North-western Ey.
5-5 'so '
Cody. ! br
on left side.
Horses J3 on
the Niobrara and
N. S. Eowley
Kennedy , - Nebraska.
Same as cut on left ,
side and hip , and on
left shoulder of hor
ses. AlsoHSSl on
V + on left side
tie . _
M g peg ( either side up ) on
left side or hip. p ou left jaw and left shoulder
oi horses , Qj
QjQ on left hip of horses.
5"on left jaw of horses
- C. W. Bennett
with 7 on left hip
also same as cut
creeks and on the
J F GARDINER
Cody , Nebraska
On 'eft ' side of cat
tle ; horses O right
Rango , north and
south of Niobrara
eat of Cody
Cody , Neb
Horses branded on
Ranee north and
south of Cutcomb
Lake in Cherry Co
Albert Whipple & Sons
Rosebud , S , D.
SOS on left side
OSO on rinhtside
Some cattle also
have af fon neck
Some with A on
left shoulder and
with two bars
.across bind quar
ters. SOUK Texas
CatTleTfaiided S O on lett side and some : ;
on left side.
Horses branded SOS on left hip. Some
branded AW bar connected on both sides and
( aft hin of
King , Neb ,
Cattle branaed as on
cut ; horses branded
same as cattle except
and Srephen oi
Lakes and South
8300 reward will he paid to any person for in.
formation leading to the arrest and conyictii n
of any person or persons stealing cattlowith ; ! e
D. A. Haucock.
Marshall , Mo. or
Cattle brauded on
leftside as oacut ;
also 16 on left side
with on left hip of
some cattle ; also S16
on right side. Horse
brand , rake ai-.d 16
on leu shoulder or
hip. Z on left jaw
1 Home ranch on
Dewey Lake. Range on Niobrara River , east of
Fort Niobrara ; all in Cherry County. Nebraska.
A T DAVIS
Hyannis , Neb
On right side
on right side
Range 16 miles
north of Hyannis' '
Merriman , Nebr.
Mostly on left
side. Home on
Hordes same on
Creek , S , D.
C. H. Little.
Merrlman , Nebr.
On either side
Horses same on
Range Lake Creek
Cody , Neoraska
battle branded as on
intonleft side , hip
ind shoulder ; horses
Jange , Snake Creek
Cattle branded : r
shownIn cut on
left side , loin or
Range between the Gordon and SnaLe
mth of the Nlobrara.river vt
G. W. HKAWTKR
on leftside asm
cut , 8-inch box
incic circle. 1-m
box. Registered 876. Bange-6 miles soutn
Irwln on tflobrara river.
Simeon , Nebr.
Horses same on
Range on Snake
On either side cattle
herdmark left ear
'clipped ' and rlrht ear
split jhorses o.anded
, same on left sh oulder
JRange on Nloh ara
id Medicine Canyon
Valentine , Nebr.
State Brand reg
Cattle and horses
branded same as
cut on left hip.
Eange 2 miles
east of Ft. Nio-
Parmelee Cattle Co.
Ro ebud.S.D ,
as cut on ! left side
with stripe under
Range on Soldier creek.
Metzger Bros. ,
anywhere on lefc
Earmark , square
croo right ear
same brand on
Range on Gor
don and Snake
A Jteicard of $25O will be paid to any
person for information leading to the arrest and
nnal conviction of any person or peia ms steal
ing catlle with above brand.
Valentine , Webr.
Range on Nlo-
brara river four
miles east of Ft.
n B connected on
left hip or side as
shown ID cut"
H A BUCK.
Hyannis , Neb
Branded on left aide
Range elghtgen mllea
north of J.Ivannla
J. A. YARYAN
, Pullman , Nebr
Cattle branded JY
on right side
Horses branded JY
on right shoulder
leading to the re-
covty of cattle
strayed from my
Sparks , Nebr.
battle branded on
ft side as shown
3f Sparks on Nlo-
C. E. Wright.
D. M. Sears.
teniiedy , Nebr.
s on cut.Ieft side
ome OH left hip.
Horses same on
A , Benson
J. B. Lord
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