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About Valentine Democrat. (Valentine, Neb.) 1900-1930 | View Entire Issue (March 22, 1906)
i'he Luup Vu liereieru
131693 and Curly
Coat 112261 at head
of herd T lie blood
of Fowler. Anxiety ,
Lord Wilton and Sir
nates 10 my herd.
I have 40 Lead of Herpfnrd bulls from 0 monilis
to 2 years old on band for tins spring's trade.
H. DAJLEY ,
Office over the grocery deparment
of TC. . Hornby's store.
Will be in Rosebud agency July
3rd , Ogt. 2nd and Jan. 1 , 1904.
JOH'N F. POEATH
/ Iticge , Nebr.
Tuibular wells and windmills.
J rst-class Shop in Every Kespect
i de Quinine Ilair Tonic , Golden Star Bair
Tonic , Herpicide aud Coku's Dandrulf Cure.
jTry Pompeian Face Massage Oreum
Physician and Surgeon
Office at Quigley & Chapman's
Drug Store. Nights The Doii-
oher residence , Cherry Street.
H. M. CK AMEE ,
City Deliveryman ,
Trunks , valises and packages limited to HIK
irom the depot and all parts of the Citj
Dr. Q. 0. Sturdevant ,
JCKSII > K.\T IHCXTIMT.
Office over Daventort's Store Weal Entrance
Valentine , Ib
JOHN M. TUCKEK ,
Practices in all State Courts.
N. J. Austin. J. W.
Anstin & ; Thompson ,
and Wood Work.
BORSE SHOEING A SPECIALSY.
Hans & Yeach
Pain tors. iant r
Bupgies painted and striped n * good
as new. All work guaranteed.
1 HEADACHE -
j 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
Headache Tablets I
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 j
An entertainment and box social
was given in the school house of
" district No. 56 , the evening of the
15th. A small crowd was present ,
56 in number. Miss Anna Hahn
received a prize for answering all
the questions correctly in the
Floral Love Story contest. The
proceeds , amounting to § 18.65 ,
will , be used in buying books and
other useful articles for the school
- -room. CONTRIBUTED.
Adopted by ti ?
State 1'rcss association at
Lincoln , Fel > . 28,190(5.
Whereas , The thirty-fourth an
nual convention of the Nebraska
Press association has been one of
the most enoyable ? meetings in the
history of the organization , be it
Resolved , That the thanks of the
members of the association be ex
tended to the State Journal , News ,
the Lincoln Daily Star , Common
er , the Frie Presse , the Lincoln
Wageworker , the Nebraska Inde
pendent , Lincoln Trade Review ,
the Western Newspaper Union ,
the Carpenter Paper company ,
the Ameridan Press Association'
the Lincoln Commercial club , the
Lincoln Traction company , and to
Chancellor Andrews , and the fac
ulty of the state agricultural school
for the high order of entertain
ment accorded visiting members ;
also to Lafe Young for his able
and interesting addresses , also to
E. Rosewater for his instructive
address on newspaper libel.
Resolved , That sincere thanks
be extended to the retiring presi
dent , secretary , executive com
mittee and other officers of this as
sociation for the able and highly
satisfactory manner in which each
and every officer has performed
the duties of office. It is recom
mended that this association ap
point a committee of three to pre
pare a history of Nebraska journal
ism , and that A. E Shttlton of the
State Historical -ociet.y be made
chairman of said committee.
OX THE POSTAL LAWS.
Whereas , The postal laws of the
United States authorizing the post-
office department to print return
requests with the name and ad
dress of writer upon stamped en
velopes and furnish such envelopes
at the same price as stamped enve
lopes not printed is manifestly un
just to every job printing office in
in the United States ; and
Whereas , This practice of the
government causes a loss of many
hundreds of thousands of dollars
annually to the job printers ; and
Whereas , The interests of the
government would be in no way
injured , and the. printers would be
greatly benefitted if this practice
was discontinued ; and
Whereas , The printing of these
addressed envelopes is now being
done at a great loss and unneces
sary expense to the government ;
therefore be it
Resolved , That section 137 of
the " 1903 Postal Laws and Regu
lations" ( page 76) ) be amended sea
a to cauoe the government to
cease printing the name and ad
dress of private business men ,
firms or corporations on stamped
Whereas , The privilege accorded
publishers of newspapers and per
iodicals to mail their publications
at the second-class rate is a sub
sidy granted in behalf of public
education and for the benefit of
the masses in general , and is in
tended by the government to ap
ply only to papers published for
the dissemination of news , or de
voted to literature , the arts and
the sciences ; and
Whereas , During the last few
years numerous papers and per
iodicals purporting to fill various
fields have built up great circulations
tions- through placing the sub
scription prices so low as to bare
ly cover the cost of the blank pa
per used in their editions and are
published for the sole purpose of
gaining support and profit from
advertising printed ; and
Whereas , The carrying of this
class of publications costs the gov
ernment millions of dollars yearly
more than the revenue from the
same ; and
Whereas , The abuse of the sec
ond-class privilege has reached
such magnitude as to call for the
public attention and governmental
action ; be it
Resolved , That this association
in convention assembled petition
congress to so amend the postal
laws pertaining to matters of the
second-class as to more clearly de
fine the character of the publica
tions allowed admission to the
mails under the second-class rate ,
and to exclude from this classifi
cation all publications which are
purely advertising mediums anc
published at a subscription price
so low as to make evident that
they are sustained by advertising
solely ; also to exclude from the
second-class privilege so-called
parts , sections and supplements
that are issued to publishers .to be
sent out with their publication
for the distinct purpose of circula
ting the advertising which such
supplements or parts may contain.
Resolved , That a copy of these
resolutions be forwarded to the
United States senators and mem
bers of congress from Nebraska ,
and also that a copy be forwarded
to the postmaster general of the
Whereas , The Hon. Edward
Rosewater has recommerled that
libel laws of Nebraska be so
amended as to make criminal libel
a misdemeanor only , and not a
felony , as at the present time ;
therefore be it
Resolved , That it is the sense of
this organization that the libel
laws of Nebraska be so amended ;
be it further
Resolved , That it is the sens of
this association to adopt the fol
lowing recommendations as offered
by Mr. Rosewater.
That after a court has v tried a
case and passed upon it , the pa
pers ought to be allowed to discuss
it without fear , and that the laws
should be amended so that courts
should-be prohibited from drag
ging up and editor for construc
Whereas , The Nebraska Press
association is an organization sole
ly for the purpose of the upbuild
ing and betterment of the news
papers of Nebraska , and for the
benefit of promoting sociability of
fraternal friendship ; be it
Resolved , That it is the sense of
ihis association that only matters
pertaining to the fundamental
principles of the Nebraska Press
association be permitted to come
Defore this organization.
Halldorson's photos 1 , 2 , 3 , 4
and 5th of each month.
Born to Mr. and Mr-"Fred
ISra.vton , Tuesday , March 20 , a sou
P. F. Simons took Lillian Kitch
en to the stab- penitentiary Tues
THE DEMOCRAT office will be re
paired Friday with steel ceiling
and a new floor.
Mrs. Geo. Hornby went down
; o Omaha yesterday to see her
Notice the ads of Ludwig Lum-
) er Co , Davenport & Co. , D. Stin-
ard's and Miss Martin's , all of
wnich are new this week. Also
oak at the other ads.
Abram Bennett died the home
of his son , C. W. Bennett , near
Simeon , March 11 , 1906. at the
age of 92 years. He was taken to
Money , Kan. , for interment by
C. W. Bennett who returned yes
IN 3IKMOUY OP J1KS. .IO1TRR.
W. ' miss thee fro n our home , deir.
We miss thee trom thy place.
A shadow o'-r our life is cist ,
We miss the unshme of thy fuce :
We inks thy kind and willing hands.
Thy fond and teni r care.
Our home is dark without thee.
We miss thee everywhere.
FROM A FKIKXD.
Be IL'OUT Own Boss.
Younjr men \vanted in everv town
in Nebraska who can invest 81.00 for
profitable , pleasant employment.
Send now before territory is taken.
10 Box 87 , Norlolk , Nebr.
Use Printed Sfr . * io5iery 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
We carry a large stock of Let
ter Heads , Envelopes , Statements ,
Bill Heads , ' etc. .
TIN'S " 4.V.
I H i V % a : *
Miss Edna Fox , an experienced trimmer
and milliner , has been employed by Miss Marx
tin for the spring and summer trade. Miss
Martin has purchased a big stock and expects
to have \vhat the trade demands in all the
Latest Styles and Patterns in Hats ,
should be deeply interested in what he has said about soda _
crackers , because they are the one food with which all
them are familiar.
Uncle Sam has given out figures showing that soda'
crackers are richer in nutriment and body-building elements ,
properly proportioned , than any food made from flour.
This is saying much for common soda crackers , and
much more for § JF&e8da BSSCtSSt , because they are
soda crackers of the best quality. They are baked better
more scientifically. They are packed better more cleanly.t
The damp , dust and odor proof package retains all tne good
ness and nutriment of the wheat , all the freshness of the best
baking , all the purity of the cleanest bakeries.
Your Uncle Sam has shown what food he thinks best
for his people. His people have shown that they think
UfilGGCiQ IBsSGLSBt the best of that food- nearly >
400,000,000 packages having already been consumed.
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY *
"Wanted A good married man
on a dairy farm.
9 MATIK CYPJIEKS
A fine 6 octove organ , almost
new , for sale. J. 0. BEATTY. 4
Hans & Veach will do you good
work in painting and paper haiig-
to I eia < i e t Sub
We do not like to criticise the
people whom we have sent notices
to the first of the year. Some may
be out of luck or short of money.
In either case we are out of luck.
If you will try to pay a part of
what you owe and pay at the rate
of § 1-50 per year , which is IS c
per month , it will make us feel
better than to totally ignore our
statements. Some have already
remitted in full. We dislike to
speak of this in the paper but
many have overlooked or mis
placed our statements to Jan. 1 ,
1906 , and we hope to remind them
by this notice at much less ex
pense than to send other notices.
Pardon us * for again reminding
J. L. ASHBUEH ,
Contractor and Build
er in Brick or Stone
Valentine , , - Nebr ,
73R5 S 5r ;
stop your Lung Irritation , relieve your Sera Throat
ancl drive out your Chronic Cold , v/ith the only cer
tain , and strictly scientific , Cure for Coughs and Colds :
"Our little daughter v/as given up by two physicians
y/ith consumption of the throat , and Y/e were almost
in despair , when our dr&ggist recommended Dr. King's
New Discovery. After taking four bottles she was
perfectly cured and has had no throat trouble since. "
GEO. A. EYLER , Cumberland , Hd.
Price , see azid
RECOMWJEHDED , CUARAPJTEED Eyuatt ,
AHD SOLD BY -
Having engaged in thejtfeat and Butcher business , we
shall endeavor to keep the best meats obtainable in a
, ff clean and up to date shop. We solicit a share of your
patronage and invite you to visit our shop. : : : : : : : :
Flour and International Stock food.
East side of Main St. AYERS BROS
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