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About Valentine Democrat. (Valentine, Neb.) 1900-1930 | View Entire Issue (April 5, 1906)
P.r The Loup Valley Ilereford Eanch.
Brownlee , Nebr ,
131693 and Curly
Coat H22Glat head
of herd. The blood
of Fowler. Anxiety.
Lord Wilton and Sir
nates in my herd.
I have 40 head of Hereford bulls from 6 months
to 2 vears old on liand for this spring's trade.
C. H. FAUJ.JIAUEU.
H. DAILEY ,
Office over the grocery deparmenfc
of T. C. Hornby's store.
Will be in Kosebud agency July
3rd , Oct. 2nd and Jan. 1 , 1904 : .
JOHN F. PORATH
Kiege , JSTebr.
Tubular wells and windmills.
me up by Telephone.
C. M. SAGES B
First-class Shop in Every Eespect
Eau de Quinine Hair Tonic , Golden Star Hair
Tonic , Herpicide and Coko's Dandruff Cure.
Try Pompeian Face Massage Cream
A. N. COMPTON
Physician and Surgeon
Office at Quigley & Chapman's
tr Drug Store. Nights The Don-
oher residence , Cherry Street.
H. CEAMEK ,
City DeliTeryman ,
Trunks , valises and packages hauled to and
from the depot and all parts of the City.
M. TUCKER. ,
Practices in all State Courts. '
N. J. Austin. J. W. Thompson.
Austin cSs Thompson ,
and Wood Work.
HORSE SHOEING A SPECIALLY.
Our new stock of stationery
I embraces all the. latest ideas
in correspondence papers
all the newest sizes , shapes
and tints. Our line of box
papers is especially note
worthy , ranging in price from
I 25 cents to 75 cents a box.
We always carry a good stock
of bulk and tablet papers and
just now it is unusually
ample. Our prices on every
thing in the stationery line
have been proverbially reas ; - H
enable and we are now offer
ing better values for your
money than ever. : : : :
THE : DRUGGIST. @
Halldorson's photos 1 , 2 , 3 ,
5th of each month.
Grandpa Miller returned this
morning from a visit in So. Dak.
Frank Segar returned to his
home at LongmontColo. , Monday
Albert and Ed Pike were trans
acting business in town Saturday.
A. T. Brackett of Kilgore called
to see .us last Saturday while in
town on business.
W. S. Jackson , Joseph Sparks
and A. M. Morrissey are in Lin
coln this week on business.
Col. Holt held enthusiastic meet
ings here from Saturday to Tues
day evenings and went from here
J. C. Dahlman was nominated
by the democrats for mayor of
Omaha. E. A. Benson is the re
Judge Towne and daughter ,
Mrs. Caton , returned from St.
Louis Wednesday morning and
are enjoying good health.
I will have my Trimmed Hats
on display April 10,1906 , to which
the ladies of Valentine and vicinity
are cordially invited to inspect.
W. L. Handy and wife have de
cided to quit house-keeping and
offer their household goods at pri-
vite sale. Also their residence is
for sale. 12-2
Miss Cora Thackrey received a
telegram Monday night announc
ing the sudden death of her moth
er at Manhattan , Kan. Misses
Cora and Sadie Thackrey and Mrs.
C. S. Eeece departed Wednesday
morning from here to attend the
We were mistaken in the name
of Judge Towne's son-in-law who
died suddenly in St. Louis , but
most of our readers in town were
well acquainted with him. John
M. Williamson was a retired ser
geant of F company , 12th Inf. , in
which he served 30 years and was
55 years old at his death.
Mrs. Catherine Charbonneau ,
whose death we announced last
week , was born Feb. 26 , 1837 and
died March 28 , 1906. Her hus
band , John B. Charbonneau , and
six children , 4 girls and two boys ,
survive her. Mrs. Grace Pool
and Mrs. Kate Olmstead of Friend.
Neb. , who came up Saturday and
are now visiting another sister ,
Mrs. Lillian Fessant at Spring-
view. Mrs. A. M. McKenna of
Boise City , another sister , was un
able to be here. Alex P. and Ben
F. , sons of the deceased , live near
Mrs. Anne McLaughlin , wife of
M. E. McLaughlin , died at her
home , seven miles west of Valen
tine , March 31 , 1906 , after a short
illness , at the age of 56 years.
Deceased was well and favorably
known , having been a resident of
Cherry county for number of
years. Her sudden death was a
shock to the community. ' She
leaves to mourn her loss a loving
husband and four children. The
funeral services were conducted
at the Catholic church of this city
Monday morning , Eev. B. Breit-
kopf of Stuart officiating , who
preached an appropriate sermon.
Her mortal remains were laid to
rest by the side of her daughter in
Mount Hope cemetery , ,
"ffrTv IIMvri1V - 25ill" - - "
I - -
Dr. Charles V. Holsclaw died'at
Woodlake , Neb. , last Saturday
morning , March 31 , 1906 of alco
holism and morphine. He had
been drinking for several days and
when the evening previous he
seemed unsteady and in a state of
collapse some of the citizens of
Woodlake took care of him for
awhile , but after he had gone to
bed he seems to have gotten up
and wandered around in a semi
conscious condition and was found
early Saturday morning uncon
scious , lying face downward near
the sidewalk not far from his of
fice and place where he slept and
seems to have fallen there , as
judged by scars on his nose and
forehead. He had but little cloth
ing on when found and appeared
to have lain there for several
hours. He was taken to his room
and efforts were made to revive
him but proved futile and he died
in a few hours. Wesley Hols-
claw , a biother who lives here ,
went down on the first train and
brought the remains here for in
terment , the funeral being held
Monday afternoon at the M. E.
church , conducted by the M. E.
minister. The body was laid to
rest beside his father and mother
who preceded him only a few
Dr. C. V. Holsclaw was born
August 16 , 1862 in Monroe Co. ,
Iowa. He studied medicine and
graduated from the Keokuk , la. ,
Medical college in ' 85 and since
that time practiced medicine at
Lovilla , la. , in Missouri and con
ducted a Keeley institute in Ohio
for a time. He came to Nebraska
in 1890 and later returned to Iowa
and again came to Cherry county
where he has lived since 1899. He
was married to Miss lone Hufiard
in the spring of 1888 and three
children were born to them , two
of whom and their mother survive
What the Bnrlington : tnd IT.
I * , are I > oing for the Set
tlement of Western
To secure land has become the
aim of more people this spring
than ever before , and daily they
are moving west. The railroads
are doing more in the way of taking
land-seekers than be
ing out - ever
fore. At the land offices of the
Burlington and Union Pacific it is
said that the one desire of the people
ple going west is to get hold of
land. They all realize that this is
about the last opportunity , and so
they are hustling to get id before
the last of the public domain has
disappeared. They contend that
the system of farming in the west
has been revolutionized during the
past twenty years , and that with
the methods now employed , it is
possible to raise good crops on
1 and that a generation ago was
considered worthless. In many
sections to the northwest of Oma
ha , where a few years ago men at
tempted to raise only wheat and
corn , they have now adopted the
dry system of farming , gone into
dairying and kindred pursuits and
are making money.
Daily the Burlington land de
partment is receiving hundreds of
letters , making inquiry about the
land subject to entry to the north
west of Omaha. Scores of people
are rushing into that country to
either buy land or file on tracts
subject to entry under the provis
ions of the Kinkaid act.
Tonight the Burlington will take
out a party of land seekers to
Bridgeport , where most of them
are prepared to file on vacant land.
The next of the Burlington land
excursions will be on April 17 and
will be to Mullen , Hooker county ,
a locality that is said to offer many
fine opportunities owing to the
numerous cancellations of fraudu
lent entries made by people who
were in the employ of the cattle
barons who until recently had con
trol of that portion of the state.
Hay for Sale.
300 tons , with or without water
and range. Six miles south of the
mouth of the Snake river.
11" J. M , RALYA , Burgej Neb ,
Corn Chop Feed
Is our specialty but we sell many other
I articles , We are prepared to make you at'
tractive figures on every article needed in
your building , from the foundation to the
root We have the goods , We have the
quality , -
Miss Edna Fox , an experienced trimmer
and milliner , has been employed by Miss Marv
tin for the spring and summer trade , Miss
Martin has purchased a big stock and expects
to have what the trade demands in all the
Latest Styles and Patterns in Hats ,
You have heard that some foods furnish fat ,
other foods make muscle , and still others are
tissue building and heat forming.
You know that most foods have one or more
of these elements , but do you know that no
food contains them all in such properly balanced
proportions as a good soda cracker ?
The United States Government report shows
that soda crackers contain less water , are richer
in the muscle and fat elements , and have a much
higher per cent of the tissue building and heat
forming properties than any article of food made
That is why Uneeda Bisciait should
form an important part of every meal. They
represent the superlative of the soda cracker , all
their goodness and nourishment being brought
from the oven to you in a package that is proof
against air , moisture and dust the price being
too small to mention.
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
J. 7. MoDANIBL ,
All work will be given prompt
and careful attention.
Be Your Own
Young men wanted in every town
in Nebraska who can invest $1.00 for
profitable , pleasant employment.
Send now before territory is taken.
10 4 Box 87 , Norlolk , Nebr. < %
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When you come to town , stop
at the Chicago House.38
Having engaged in the Meat and Butcher business , we
shall endeavor to keep the best meats obtainable in a
clean and up to date shop. TTe solicit a share of your
patronage and invite you to visit our shop. : : : : : : : :
Flour Knter national titoctt
. . . AVERS BROS.
. x. .
.East side of Main St.
A , fine 6-octove organ , almost
new , for - sale. J. 0. BEATTT. 4 :
You will find a hearty welcome
i at the Chicago House. 38
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