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About Valentine Democrat. (Valentine, Neb.) 1900-1930 | View Entire Issue (June 14, 1906)
! The World !
ft Fountain m
Most all parts of the world
contribute to the excellence
of our soda , but most of its
inhabitants never drank any
thing so delicious. It's our
I choice of materials that
counts for so much. Mexico ,
Sicily , Tahiti , Hawaii and
numerous remote islands send
their choicest products.
But one of the most import
ant items is purely American
ice cream. Our ice cream
is so rich and delicious and
we use plenty of it in our
Ice cream Soda.
W WiiM W V VHMV B B Mi vfc B' W
ft THE DRUGGIST. ffi
E. D. Spencer , August Epke.
Spencer & Epke ,
Crookstor , Neb.
Tubular Wells made to order at (50c (
per foot , complete with pump. Wind-
mills.and Well Repairs at reasonable
prices. Call us up over the North
Table Telephone .Line.
The Loup Valley Hereford Ranch.
131603 and Curly
Coat 112261 at head
of herd. The blood
of Fowler. Anxiety ,
Lord Wilton and Sir
nates in ray herd.
I have 40 head of Hereford bulls from 6 months
to 2 vears old on hand for this spring's trade.
* C. H. FAULHAliEK ,
H. DAILEY ,
Office over the grocery deparment
of T. C. Hornby's store.
Will be in Rosebud agency July
3rd , Oct. 2nd and Jan. 1,1904 : .
JOHN F. POEATH
- Kiege , Nefor.
Tubular wells and windmills ,
me up by Telephone.
N. J. Aust.n. J. W. Thompson.
Austin < Ss Thompsons
and Wood Work.
HORSE SHOEING A SPECIALSY.
J. W. MCDAKEEL ,
Wood take - Kebr.
All work will be given prompt
and ca'reful attention.
Fifst-claBs Shop in Every Respect
Eau de Quinine Hair Tonic , Golden Star Bair
Tonic , Herplcide and Coke's Dandruff Cure.
Try Pompeian Face Massage Cream
H. J ; GEAMEK ,
City' Deliyeryman ,
Trunks , valises and packages hauled to and
from the depot and all parts of the City.
JOHN M. TUCKEE ,
Practices in all State Courts.
ROOMS , with light housekeeping
ing 9n Cherry street , to rent to
normal students. Mrs. Felch.
For Fishing Tackle and Base
* JBall" Goods always seek for the
bestr and'j ypu find same at Red
Front Merer Go.
If y.0.u > arQ ] thinking of contest
ing a BcSesteaa , or if your neigh
bor has a contest notice to publish ,
by requesting its publication in
THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT you
- will.help both of us.
Now is the time to wear a straw
hat and linen pants.
Sparks Bros , have sold their
bank at Cody.
The best Strawberry Soda is
what Webb makes. 22
Editor Heath of the Cow Boy
was in town last Friday.
Robert Webb is home from Fre
mont where he has been attending
Mrs. Emily Massingale has gone
to Hot Springs , S. D. , to doctor
Special Agent Pugh returned
yesterday from Omaha , where he
had'been several days.
Lines Gheens came up from
Simeon Monday on business and
rode back the same day.
John Adamson called last week
and paid his subscription several
years in ndvance to THE DEMO
Frank Bray ton is enjoying a
vacation in a trip to the western
coast , expecting to be gone several
A. Haley was in town today ,
making arrangements for his sale
which will be held Thursday , June
28 , 1906.
The junior normal began Mon
day in this city and continues for
ten weeks. The city is full of
J. P. ICreycik of Arabia made
his annual trip to town last week
and called at our office to renew
his subscription to THE DEMOCRAT.
Miss Carrie Morgareidge arriv
ed in the city Monday morning
from Moscow , Idaho , and went out
to Simeon for a brief visit , expect
ing to return to Valentine and at
tend junior normal.
Judge Westover came down to
Valentine Monday with his daugh
ter who will attend junior normal.
A brief session of district court
was held to dispose of a few fore
closures and confirmation of sales.
We hear that J. W. McDaniel ,
our county surveyor , has pur
chased the Joplin house in the
north part of town and expects to
move to the city , to be more cen
trally and conveniently located for
calls on surveying.
We have the address of welcome
delivered by Mayor C. M.Thomp
son of Newport to the editors at
their meeting held there Saturday ,
June , 1906 , and for want of
space when received , delay pub
lishing it until next week.
James Galloway is putting down
cement sidewalks this week for E.
D. Cohota and Geo. Hershey , and
has completed a cement walk in
front of J. W. Stetter's , A. Lewis'
and Mrs. E. J. Davenport's resi
dence -properties on north Cherry
The severe wind storm of las t
Wednesday and Thursday did con
siderable damage to the corn crop.
In many places the listed furrows
were filled with sand and dirt , cov
ering the corn or whipping and
cutting it by the sand and gravel
blowing along the furrows. The
corn listed north and south in
some places did not seem to be
Several Valentine citizens have
been in Omaha the past week as
witnesses before the federal grand
jury. L , N. Lay port , A. F. Webb ,
Mrs. Chas. Breuklander and her
mother , Mrs. Adda Holsclaw ,
wont down last week and all
of them have returned. C. H.
Cornell and Judge Walcott went-
down Sunday and the former has
returned. Investigations for land
. frauds is the inspiration.
i From my residence in Valentine
1 last Monday night , one gray horse ,
weight 800 pounds , branded X
I on left shoulder , had picket irope
, on. U. BOYER , Valentine , Neb.
Eaccuva i o n Ba t -to-Qolo ratio.
* - TJtaH ind JBlach Hills ,
Via the Northwestern Line. Be
ginning June 1st excursion tickets
will be sold daily to Denver , Colorado
rado Springs , Pueblo , Salt Lake
City , Hot Springs , Deadwood , Lead
and Custer , S. D. , etc. , good to re
turn until October 31. Specially
low rate round trip tickets to these
and other points , with favorable re
turn limits , will be sold the first and
third Tuesday of ea3h month until
September 18 , inclusive. A splen
did opportunity is offered for an
enjoyable vacation trip. Several
fine trains via the Northwestern
Line daily. Apply to agents Chicago
cage & Northwestern Ey. 8-11-06
It is sad to hear that Nels Polen
has passed away. . .
Mr. Hale and family spent Sun
day at Mr. Burners.
Perry Bryant is not enjoying
good health at this writing.
The donkey was in these parts
recently looking for his wife.
A horse owned by James Ash-
burn was hurt Thursday while be
ing driven from the reunion.
Mrs. James Ashburn and Mrs.
James C. Fowler spent Saturday
and Sunday at James Moores.
Do not allow yourself to believe
that fortune has passed you by.
The road she travels is an endless
circle. She reappears again and
again to the watchful and observ
ant eye. If she has passed your
door today and knocked while you
were sleeping and you awoke to
see her retreating form down the
roadway , do not despair and say
the opportunity of your life is
gone. Eemember it is only one
opportunity. Set yourself about
your business. Keep busy , hope
ful and expectant and look for the
return trip of fortune. Do not
expect to see her in the same gown
or bonnet. She loves new apparel.
She is a woman and fond of new
effects. SUNSHINE & SHADOW.
Krauter & Hall are putting in a
stock of lumber.
J. A. W. Johnson was a Valen
tine visitor the other day.
The Sunday school will give a
program on Child rens day.
J. E. Parsons and wife were up
from Croojiston to the ice cream
F. Rothleutner and son Gus
drove to Rosebud last Friday on
Mr. Frazier of Crookston will
preach in town every other Sun
day and we are glad to have him.
Peter Hempel and family have
started for Blair , ' Nebr. , for a
week's visit with his wife's people.
Harry Wilson has started on
his trip to Texas , but will stop a
few days in Hooper. Seward
Wilson will work for Harry dur
ing his absence.
The strawberry and ice cream
social was a grand success and ev
erybody present seemed to enjoy
themselves. Among the amuse
ments of the evening was a voting
contest , everyone being permitted
to vote on the laziest man and the
most popular young lady. J. A.
W. Johnson was elected the laziest
man by an overwhelming majority ,
and , as a prize , he received a bug
gy ; but from all appearances , a
bottle of linament would have
been more appropriate. Carrie
Wilson was elected the-most popu
lar young lady.
Strutiiier Excursion JSates
to Chicago and St. Louis , Mo. ,
and return , via the North-western
Line. Round trip excursion tickets
will be sold from points on or west
of the Missouri to Chicago and to
St. Louis until Sept 30,1906 , limit
ed to retnrn until October 31. Ap
ply io agents Chicago & North
western Ry. 9-1-06
anything you choose milk for instance or alone.
At every meal or for a munch between meals , when
you feel the need of an appetizing bite to fill up a vacant
corner , in the morning when you wake hungry , or at
night just before going to bed. Soda crackers are so
light and easily digested that they make a perfect food at
times when you could not think of eating anything else.
But as in all other things , there is a difference in sod
crackers , the superlative being
a soda cracker so scientifically baked that all the nutri
tive qualities of the wheat are retained and developed
a soda cracker in which all the original goodness is
preserved for you.
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
Those who havre farms for sale
can list them at this office and we
will otter a descriptive list of farms
soon and will advertise them for
sale. Bring the numbers of your
land and a correct description of
it for our records so that we may
properly represent what you have
for sale. Any other property you
wish to sell can I > e advantageously
advcrtibcd in ihu paper. tf
Mtrayed. or Stolen.
One iron grey stallion , 6 years
old , weight about 1200 pounds ,
branded ( reversed 2) ) jf . on left
thigh and ( bar ) Bsl on right
thigh. W. N. BALLARD ,
21 Valentine , Neb.
Strayed or Stolen.
From my range on Gordon creek ,
north of Simeon , Nebr. , in 1905 ,
one three year old steer , branded
11 on left side , dehorned ; also
four head of young horned cattle
branded ilfl on right side.
One black pony mare branded !
on left hip and co on
shoulder , has both ears split.
One sorrel pony mare branded
OR connected on left thigh or
shoulder and = o on right shoulder.
One black filly and one bay
gelding , each coming 2 years old ,
branded co on right shoulder.
A suitable reward will be paid
for information leading to recovery
of this stock by the owner
C. L. DOTSON ,
21 Valentine , Neb. %
ST * * * * * . ,
Perfect in Quality
Economical in Use
Moderate in Fries
Bring your contest notice to TJIE
VALENTINE DEMOCRAT to be pub-
ished. It is your right.
The Eed Front Merc. Co. carry
a complete line of Harness , Sad
dles , etc. We are especially pre
pared to make some bargains in
saddles. Come in and see for
STOLEN , on the night of May
2Sth , one dark brown horse , weight
1000 pounds , branded A on left
jaw , one ear split. § 5.00 reward
for return to W. B. HAMMOND ,
Valentine , ! STeb.
COPYRIGHTS &c ,
Anyone sending a sketch and description may
qnlctEly ascertain our opinion free whether an
mvention is probably patentable. Communica
tions strictly confidential. Handbook on Patents
sent free. Oldest acency for securing patents.
Patents taken through Mann & Co. receive
tpecial notice , without charge. In the
A handsomely lllnstratprt weekly. Lnrsest cir
culation of any scientific Journal. Terms. $3 t
year ; four months , JL Sold by all newsdealers
See Mr. Smith's short-horn ad
vertisement in this paper.
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