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A Few of the good points :
All wheels , poles , readies and axles are made from hickory stock.
All open head springs 38 inches long and oil tempered. All bolts ,
clips , bailey hangers , body loops and fifth wheels are made from the
best quality of wrought iron. Special channel irons on reaches.
Twenty springs in all buggy cushions and twenty-four springs in all
spring wagon cushions. Nothing but best of cloth , leather and
Good and complete stock of lumber always on hand
PHONE 3 VALENTINE , flEBRfiSKA
'The Old World
And Its Wnys. "
Col. William Jennings Bryan's
new book of travel , entitled "The
Old World and its Ways , " re
counts bis recent tour around the
world and his journeys through
Europe. It is profusely illustrat
ed with 251 artistic engravings
representing men and things seen
in the various countries of the
earth during that noted journey.
The engravings are made from
photographs taken by him or his
party specially for this publica
tion. It is regarded by him as
the monumental library work of
his life , and is published under
his special supervision.
It is sold only through agents ,
and following its announcement it
has , we are advised , met with a
demand that has exhausted in 90
days three large editions aggrega-
over 25,000 copies. By special
contract with his publishers he
maie the retail price low down
with the view to putting it within
the easy reach of every reader and
The book gives his experiences
what he saw and did whom he
met and his impressions and con
clusions. He made a profound
study of the nations and of men
and things as he saw them around
the world. He gives government
al , educational , religious and other
conditions , from the standpoint of
a student and one profoundly in
terested in all the peoples of the
While Col. Bryan traveled as a
private citizen he went with the
prestige of having made two mem
orable contests for the presidency
of the U. S. , and he was every
where recognized and entertained
as a great representative Ameri
can , having a leading part in the
direction of American aifairs. He
was given opportunity for obser
vations never before accorded to
anyone traveling in private ca
If one wants to see the world ,
and the people who are at the
head of aiiairs in all countries , as j
well as the masses , he has in this i
book an opportunity of seeing' '
them through the eyes of Col.
William Jennings Bryan. Jt is
sold by subscription , and the
Thompson Publishing Company !
of St. Louis , Mo. , are the fortu-i
'nate ' publishers. They oftV.r an j |
especially inviting opportunity to ! '
solicitors in another column ofj l
this issue. i
Harry Spencer is visiting in
Oscar Elkinton has returned to
Crookston , living on his farm.
Rev. Connell held quarterly
meeting here Sunday.
A , E. Green expects to take his
daughter , ? vliss Flida , to a hospital
in Omaha soon.
Rev. Fraser expects to leave the
first of the year.
Dr. W. H. Vandcn has taken
charge of the hotel , and will also
practice his profession.
Wood Lal e News.
Did you "ax" the turkey ? Why ?
Dr. Cohee has been very ill with
typhoid fever for several days ,
but is reported better.
B. H. Dimmitt and family de
parted Friday for Lincoln to spend
George Roan and wife are the
happy parents of a baby boy.
Lou McDill arrived on the west
bound passenger Thursday eve.
Chas. Blakely has just complet
ed the construction of a sheep
barn 50x100 feet on his ranch
south of town.
The Thanksgiving dance was
Miss Nella Hoefs spent Thanks
giving vacation at home.
Misses Olga and Agnes Sch-
lueter came up from Ainsworth
to spend Thanksgiving with home
John Roan is feeding the "Dale
Camp" cattle for the 21 ranch.
Otto Schlueter and wife have
much to be thankful for a gift
of the stork , born Thursday eve.
Hoefs and Carter shipped a car
'of cattle Saturday.
Otto Schlueter purchased a new
wind mill and tank of J. F. Mc-
Theo. Henfs sold 500 tons of
hay to the 21 ranch at § 2 per.
Miss Hancock came up from
Ainsworth Wednesday to spend
vacation at home.
Tise Mickels received a most
charming little present. Ask him
what it was.
J. S. Burleigh , jr. . made a busi
ness trip to Johnstown Friday.
Gordon Butterfield had the mis
fortune of being thrown from a
horse and receiving slight injury.
Notice to Non-Resident Defendant.
To Prairie DOK. non-rosident defendant :
You are hpr * by notifld that on November 27.
1907. Tal itiK Pr'nirie Dn iil > d : i retiti iiifainst :
you in tbe district court of Cherry enmity. Ne
braska , the o jnft : v > n pri\er of which are to
obta'ti a div-TCP from yon on the irronnd of
"adnltry , and to obtain the care , custodv and
control of Stove Prairi1 DOE : the minor child of
sitd : plaintiff and tbe ° aid defendant.
You are equired to answer raid petition on
or before January 5. 1008
TALKING PRAIKIK nor. , riaintiff
By Waleott & Mornssey , her attorneys. 10 4
U. S. Lana Offloe , Jlroken How. Nebraska , i
November 25. 1 < X)7 ) t"
A snfliciPiit contest ntndayit Having berii lile'i
in this office by James M. Mclntosh. roii'est-
ant. against homes * a-l rntry No. 2512 made
October 10. 1901. for 8\V > 4SE > 4. Sec-ion 13 , > ' ,
M'J4 : NEHN'W . sect on 24. township 20
range 3H , by L-e 15 irker , oontestre. in which
it is al eged that , Lte Barker has wholly
abandoned said tract for more than six months
Ust past that he has never residfd upon , cnit- !
vate i or impiowd said land as retimed i y
law , that he maintains a bona Hde residence
elsewhere than on said land , that the said al-
leued absence from paid land occurred six
months i > i ior tullv-jears from the date ot
said entry and that all tbe above aliened Defects
exist at ill's ' .iate and have not , bjvn cured
Said parties an- hereby notified to app ar
re-p'ind and olfer evidence touching sairt alle a-
t on at 10 o'clock a. m on Jannary 7 1003 He-
ioru.I. H. Welton , U. * . Commissioner. Mullen ,
\elir. . aiid that tlie tin.d hearing will IIP held
at in o'clock a. m. on .lanuary 11. lOS ! , lie-
fore the r g > * ter and receiver at th * United
States land Office in Broken Bow , Nebraska ,
The sa d eoute.-tant having , in a propi-r affi
davit , iilfd N > v m. isinr.-let forth facts winch
show that after dii" diligence personal service
of thinotue can Kt b . made , it is hereby
ordered that such notice bj given by due and
17 4 llpd JOHN JtEESK. Register.
Old Grow , All Leading
Gruchen- Under the
Rye of tlie
Whiskeys. U. 8. Gov ,
We also handle the Biidweiser Beer.
E SALOON ,
JOHN Q. STETTER , Propr.
MILL PRICES FOR FEED ,
- PerCwt. Per Ton.
Bran , sacked § 1 10 § 20 00
Shorts , sacked 1 20 22 00
Chop Feed , sacked 1 55 29 00
Corn , sacked 1 45 27 00
Chop Corn , sacked 1 40 20 00
Oats , sacked 1 60 30 00
U. S. Land Office , Broken Bow , Nebraska , i
October 31.1907. \
A sufficient contest affidavit having been filed
in pis office by ( teuton Mowers , furesunt
against. Honifptead e > try No. 5805. made
for KjiSW Section * , \T\\'i4 Sre U7. township
J5 r-ui j . 3G by Fred Jy Ian t cont-sti ! * iu
which it is Alleged that said H red Jrlland his
'ailed to live on ana unpr-ive said lu id as rc-
inired by law and has made his h-Miie el ewhcre
: or more than a year and not on said land : that
he has Abandoned iid land for inre ihan six
months last past ; thar. Slid defects hen-m al-
leued have not been cured but exist at this date.
Said panics are hereby notified to appear , respond
spend and filler evidence touching said allega
tion at. 10 o'clock a. in , , on .January u. 1903. lie-
Fore the -gNf. . r and receiver at the United
States J/iml Office iulJrokeii IJ'-w , Nebraska
Tt > e saia contestant having , in a proper affi
davit li'ed ' October 31. 190" . set lorth fa-its
which show that H't-r due diligence personal
service of this notice canner , be made , it is
hereby ordered and directed tlur Mich notice be
given by due and proper publication.
47 4 lipci JOHN REESE , Register.
Contest Notice ,
U. S. Land Office , Yaleuline. Nebraska , i
Octoe 23,1907 , )
A sufficient contest aflldavir having been filed
in this otnre by Harvey D. Meredith , contestant ,
against Homestead "entry'o 18310. made
ugll tG lOUt ) . tor Wi ; } i.l/z. W'/ . faf-CtiOii 4 ,
and K'/sE'A section 5. township 31 range Li ) , by
Jose'h W I'icuett. contestee. in which it is al
leged th it Joseph Ur. 1'icUett has wholly aband
oned said land and changed nis re idetic tli-re-
froni for more than six months last past , thai
the land is nut settled ut'on nor cultivated in
good la th , and entrvman has not established
residence thereon and has f ileu to cure his
laches p to t is date
And sai I allege l alieica w.is not dii" to Irs
employmi-nt in the siimy navj or innrine < on s
ot the United -tales as a privatesldi . oflicer ,
seaman or marine durum the war \\ith Sjviin
or during any other w r in which i he United
States may t > e r imaged.
Maid parties ate tin coy notilie'l to appear , respond
spend end oiler tvidenee touching said all ga-
tion at 10 o'- lock a. in. on Januarys , IfiOS. i-e-
fore tlie resist IT and receiver at the United
States l.aud office. Valentine. Nebraska
The said cone stant hav ng. in a proper affi
davit" , filed ( Jet 23. U > OT. set forth facts which
MIOW that after diu- diligence persoal service
of thin nolice cannot be mn < te , it is Jietvny
ordered an-l directt-l that , sach notice be given
by due and proper publication.
E 46 4 K. OLSON.Heceiver ,
lu the District Court of Cherry Coun
ty , Nebraska.
Jsoeph Uristd. plaintiff , vs Eli/a Russel , T C.
Cannon and Win [ red Cannon et a' ' . de1ondts -
You and each of yn are hereby i otUied that
upon tin-27th dny of November. 1007 the plain-
till' he in likd his petition in the district court
of Cherry coin ty. Nebraska , against you and
each of yon and against nil persons cbiiming
tindery u. the objee and prayer or which are to
for- close a ccrtnin tax lien louii'ied upon a cer-
tilicate of tax sale issued by the County Treas
urer of Cherr county , Nebraska. , 'or the vale
of the ar eve described laud , on the 23rd day of
Octoter. 1905. for the pavment O' taxes on
Northwest Quarter of Northwe.st ( Quarter Sec
tion 14 xorthe-4st Quarter ot Northeast Quarter ,
Sec , I * Township 34 , U tnge 20. for t'-e years l > 9t
to laoa. inclusive , amonufing to 303.31 and for
the pavn pnt of subsequent taxon sai'l real
eslate for the Mats 1904 1905--nd 1906 amount-
ini : toS4 IS for taxes as-essed and levied upon
said real estate for eiiher s ate , county or
school district purposes during s-d i y. aw" and
There i now due plaintiff upon said tax sale
certificate and upon subsequent taxes pud t > y
plai'-til ! upon said land tor said yea s the siuii
of ? DO.IS with interest thereon from th 27th
( Uy ot > oveini er. 1007 at. th" ratj or ten per
cent per annum , totMher with costs of suit and
attorneys lees as prpvidt'd by statute , for which
sum plaintiff prays judgment and a decree or
foreclosure to nave aid premises sold for the
payment and satisfaction of the amount riue
for such taxes. > merest and costs or suit and
costs of s le. to liir , foreclose und exclude the
defendants and each of them having m-claun-
ing any lien , title , nterest or eqmtv of redein-
tion in and to thy same or any part thereof and
for nenernl r lief
You and each of you are required to answer
s id petitiou on or before Monday , Jannary 6.
JOSEPH IJRI-JTOL. Plaiutili.
By Waleott & Morri sey , liis attorneys. 40 I
In the District Oourt of Cherry Coun
ty , Nebraska.
Theresa Kiseiiriech , plaintiff , vs Joel Harto ,
Etti i'.atto and Oli'er K. Usirto and the un-
knoun hei'S of > 'rant ? P . Kastenberger , and
Southwest Quarter .n Northeast Quarter. Sotuli-
east Quarter " 1 Noiihvesr , QiiHru-r. N'orthe st
Quaner of Southwe-t Qu.'irter ana Nor Invest
< iua ter of Southeast Qinrter of Section 7.
'J nwiuhip 32. U tiige as west of the ctli 1' . : , [ , in
Cherry county. Nebraska , defendants :
You and each 01 you are lu-renv notiii-d that
ut > o the 2oMi day of November. 1907 the piain
tiff herein filed Met petition in the district court
of Chetry c > unty. Nebraska , auamst you aii'l
each of you and "airjiinst all persons claiming
under yo-i. the oi'jec and pr. y ref which are
to f-recloie a ce'tain t.ix I'eu ' founded upon a
c--rtilicate of tax sale issued by Hie County
Tr astirer of Cli-rrv conntv , Xebrasi-a on The
2.rth day or October , 1905. tor the sale of the
above described Und , for the payim-nt f taxes
-outhwest Quarter of K Ttheat Quaiter ,
Southeast Quarter of > orthwe-tJuarter , Aorth-
east ( Quarter of-oulhwi-st Qi.arter and Nonli-
xvest Quarter -utnettst Quarter of Sec 7. Tou -
ship33 Itange 33 AVes otth Cth . AI for the
jearlOPS and for subsequent taxes up--n sai-J
real estate lor the years 19D1. 1905 aad 190C for
ta.v-saf-sesBed and levied thereon for eitl-er
sta e county or school district purpo es during
said years and there is i-ow due pUi'-tiff upon
said tax snle certificate and upon sub equent
taxes paid by plaintiff upon said land for"aid
years the sum of SIC 79 wish interest thereon
from the 25th day of November. l)07. ! at ttm rat1
oJ ten percent per annum togither with costof
suit and attorneys fees as provided by sta ute.
for which sum plaintiff pmy > judgment and a
decree of foreclosure , to h.ive s i'd premises
bold for the payment and .sitistaction of the
amount due for such taxes , interest and costs
of suit and costs ot saie to bar foreclose : ii > n ex
clude the defendants and each of them having
> r claiming any hen title , interest or equity of
redemption in and to same or nuy part thereof
and lor general relief.
VI-H and each of yon are required to answer
said pi tiiion on or before Monday , January tt ,
THERESA EISEXR'ECFI , Plaintiff.
Hy Waleott & Alon issei , lier attorneys. 40 4
U. S. Land Oilice , Valentine.
November 14 1907.
A sufficient contest affidavit having been filed
in this olllcb > Henry II. hgglest * " . conies ant
Hgairist homestead entry Ao. 13001) ) and 1IJ5U7
made July 21. mill. a d Augi.t 12 1904 for . \ v
1AVJ4 -S c 29 : N V V Nhh W Sec 30 ; S\v4 ;
xNW SVX SW iis5W 4 ec 20 : ? E X\VH.
SEi SW Ji S'/aSKJ4. SiVK'M Sec at ) . X4 ! < \
N'\ J.iNEJ.i section 31. Tonn.ihifi 27. Flange A.
bv Dayid Livings coi testee. iwhich it is
all' K < d that .said DavM LiviiurIIOB
whiiy abaiidoii.-d the s.iid tr.iff ot land for ;
more than BIX months Ia-t past , that said claim ,
ant has- never resided up > , cultivated or im-
provea the same -s required l y law that the j
said claimant maintains a residence elsewhere
than op stiu tract mid thealvive all ged defects
exist' "t tlrs date and hsive not beeicuted I
aili parties are herc'-y notified to appear , respond -
spend u d offer evhKiK'e touchitm said allega
tion at 10 o'clock a , in. on December 2u 1907 , be
fore U. H Court Commis-doii'-r J H.Veltou at
Mullen. Nebraska , and that th final hearing
will bo held at 10 o'clock a in. , on Decem er si ,
1907 , before the resistor and receiver at the
United States Land OUlce in Valentine , l\'e- I
Tim.-aid contestant having in a proper am.
davit filed Nov II , 1907 st forth facts wh/oh
shuw thar Hltir due dilitrence personal service
of this notice cannot be nnde it lshere' yord red -
ed and directed that such notice be given by
due and proper publicat.on.
45 4 IJpd E , OLSVX ,
B M Paddis& Co.
PostoRlce addres Valentinn or Kennedy.
or thigh ,
Some Some branded
tiranded ; on ri lir thigh
on left or shotnder.
N. S. Rowley
Kennedy , - Nebraska ,
rianie as cut on left
side and hip , and on
left shoulder of horses
ses AlsofSSSQ on
4on ieft side
ed husk-atSSSSBsf P VK ( either side up ) on
left siue or hip. f. uu left jaw and e t shoulder
of horses , LU
LUQ on left hip of horses.
"M"on left jaw of horses
with 7 on left hip
also same as cut
tJordou and Snake
creeks and on the
Cody , Neb
Horses branded on
Range north and
south of Cutcomb
[ .ake in Cherry Co
A T DAVIS
Hyannis , Neb
On right side
on right s d
Range its miles *
north of Hvanniaii
private mark , slit
m left ear
C. P. Jordan.
Rosebud , SD
Horses und cattle
same as nut. also
OJ BE f J on rijrht
Ranee on Oak and
A liberal reward
leading to detection
of rustlers of stock
bearing any of these brands
Albert "Whipple & Sons
Rosebud , S. D.
SOS on left side
OSO on riuhtsido
Some cattle also
have aj jon neck
Some with A on
left shoulder and
with two bars
icro.SH hind qna'-
ters Som1 ? Texas
cattleTranTTed S O on ictt side and some
on left side.
Horses branded SOS on left hip. Some cattle
branded AW bar connected on both sides and
loft hin of
P. H. Young.
as cut on left side
Some CLYon 'eff '
- on left jaw of
Range on Gordoa Creek north of Simeon ,
A good prescription
The 3nt package s enough tor usual occas
The family bottle ( fiO cents ) contains a
for a vear. All druccters HP ! ! them.
House and small barn , with two
lots , close in , near school building ,
for sale at a bargain. House is
new , lawn and shade trees , good
sidewalk , all fenced. Part cash ,
balance easy payments. Call on
I. M. llice , agent.
This is just the place for some
ranch owner or farmer to select
for his wife and children to live
during the winter and send chil-
dren to school. Don't delay as
this property will find an owner
soon. It may be yours. Come
and see about this first time you
are in town. 18
.HI . *
cut , 00
'der. ' 2W
tnchc circle. 1-In
box Registered 876 ,
Irwin on Niobrara river.
Parmelee Cattle Co.
Ro etmd.S. D ,
as cut on left side
with Htripe under
Metzjrer Rros. ,
anywhere on left
Earmark , square
crop right ear. .
Horses have I i
same brand on
B0n Gonlmiand nakeCreek
° r 9teal" " :
cattle with above brand.
Valentine , Nebr.
Range on Nio
brara river four
miles east of Ft.
xs B connected on
left hip or side as
shown in cat
H A BOOK
Hyannis , Neb
Branded on lelt side
Range eighteen miles
north of Mvannis
J. A. YAKYAN
Pullman , Nebr
Cattle branded JY
on right side
Horses branded JY
on right shoulder
for any information
leading to the re
covery of cattle
strayed from my
Mostly on left
side. Some on
Horses same on
Creek , S. D.
D. Al. Sears.
Kennedy , Nebr.
as on cut.left side
Some on left hip.
Horses aame on
Gordon , Nebr.
same as cut o
Range 6 miles
south of Irwin.
J. B. Lord
arae as cut back
right shoulder and
on right hip
, wRanse on the
Cody , Nebraska
side. Horses |
C. H Little.
Merriman , Nebr.
On either side
Horses same on
nip. Also g >
Oasis , Nebr
G. K. Sawyer has
charge of these cat
tle Horses D on
left shoulder Some
tartS8 . Land and FeedingCo.
Cattle branded on
any part of animal.-
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