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About Valentine Democrat. (Valentine, Neb.) 1900-1930 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 19, 1907)
Old Crow , All Leading
and Bottled j
Gruchen- Under the
Rye of the
Whiskeys. U. S. GOT.
Wealso handle the Budweiser Beer.
JOHN G. STETTER , Propr.
Wood Lake News.
J. S. Burleigh was in town Sun
Mr. and Mrs. Hoefs spent Sun
day wity Ive Shaul.
Mrs. Montague spent Sunday
with Miss Olga Hoefs.
The Carter ranch shipped two
ears of cattle last week.
Jesse McVey purchased a wind
mill from John McKenna.
A. G. Ward was transacting
business in town Saturday.
Chas. Blakely lost several head
of cattle the past two weeks with
\V. L. Klingaman bought a lot
in the Northwest part of town on
which to build a sale barn.
' 'Miners Strike for Gold. "
Refuse to take cashiers checks.
We would , too , if we knew where
Joseph Knovsky removed the
city feed store to his ranch west
of town , giving the corner on
which it stood a lonesome appear
After a prolonged illness of ty
phoid fever Dr. Cohee passed
quietly away 3 o'clock Monday
afternoon of last week. Dr. Cohee
was a kind hearted , noble man re
spected by all who knew him. In
terment was made at Wisner.
The following data , covermtr a per
iod of 18 years , have been complied
from the Weather Bureau records at
Valentine , Nebr. They are issued to
show the conditions that have pre-
vailec1 , during the month in question ,
for the above period of years , but
must not be construed as a forecast
of the weather conditions for the
Mean or normal 24 °
The warmest month was that of 1899
with an average of 30 °
The coldest mouth was that of 1902
with an average of 1J °
The highest was 72 ° on 30,1904
The lowest was -34 ° on 14 , 1901
Average for month 0.47 inches.
Average number of days with .01
of an inch or more 6
The greatest monthly precipitation
was 2.57 inches in 1896.
The least monthly precipitation
was 0 03 inches in 1905.
The greatest amount of precipita
tion recorded in any 24 consecutive
hours was 0 76 inches on 29. 1839.
The greatest amount of snowfall
recorded in anr 24 consecutive hours
( record extending to winter of 1884-85
only ) was 4.6 inches on 10,1901.
CLOUDS AMD WEATHER-
Average number of clear days , 13
partly cloudy , 10 ; cloud } ' , 8.
The prevailing winds have been
from the W.
The average hourly velocity of the
wind is 10 miles.
The highest veiocit } ' of the wind
was 52 miles from the N W on 26,1890.
j. j. MCLEAN ,
Observer Weather Bureau.
Some Old Standbys , .
A paean of praise I would warble
To some dear old standbys I have read.
They loom as if chiseled in marble ,
Arise like a voice from the dead.
Admitting , perhaps , that they're hoary
With age and need hair cut and shave ,
Their memory's possessed of a fragrance
I will not lose this side of the grave.
"The angel of death spread it's wings"
Now , there's an old timer , I ween.
And also "The bride looked so sweet
In a gown of dark brown velveteen ; "
"A pleasant reception was tendered ; "
"All voted they had a good time ; "
"A beautiful solo was rendered ; "
"He committed a dastardly crime ; "
"Where he fell there were thick clots of blood ; "
"The chair rapped for order at ten : "
"He dropped with a dull , sick'ning thud ; "
"We hope he will soon call again ; "
"The fire fiend shot huge tongues of flame ; "
"Jim Offerman Sunday ed in town ; "
"The groom wore conventional black ; "
% 'Friends and neighbors surprised Mary
Brown ; "
"Then Smith , in few well chosen words ,
As follows substantially spoke ; "
. "When the inmates were ruthlessly wakened
The rooms were found chock full of
smoke ; "
"From the Billvillc Recorder we learn
h * That a'bountiful repast was served
With edibles fit for the gods ; "
The prisoner seemed wholly unnerved. "
I scan all the city newspapers
Wherever I may chance to roam ,
But when I want infinite pleasure
I read the old weekly from home.
HAL P. DENTON.
Chai ? ' n , 0.
The Loup Valley Hereford Ranch.
Soldier Creelr Col-
umnus 17th 100050 ,
H son of Columbus
17th. a half brother
of the $10.000 ( jbain-
piou nile , a n ( i
Prince Boaodel 131.-
693 at head of herd.
I will have no bulls for sale until 1908 , haviuf
sold all of 1906 bull calves.
C. II. FAULHAIIEII ,
JOHN F. POKATH
Biiege , Kebr.
Tubular wells and windmills ,
me up by Telephone.
E. D. DEBOLT.
STATE BANK BUILDING
First-class Shop in Every Kespect
Eau de Quinine Hair Tonic , Golden Star Bair
Tonic. Herpioide and Coke's Dandruff Cure.
Try Pompeian Face Massage Cream
; SHARPLESS CREAM SEPARATOR ,
i'LOUR , GRAIN AND HAY.
Opposite Postoffie. Phone 71.
De Laval Cream
Separators FOR SALE BY
Office over the grocery cleparment
of T. C. Hornby's store.
Will be in Rosebud agency July
3rd , Oct. 2nd and Jan. 1 , 1904.
"All work will be given prompt
and careful attention.
MILL PRICES FOR FEED ,
PerCwt. Per Ton.
Bran , sacked. . . . § 1 10 § 2000
Shorts , sacked 1 20 22 00
Chop Feed , sacked 1 40 26 00
Corn , sacked 1 30 2-i 00
Chop Corn , sacked 1 35 25 00
Oats , sacked 1 45 27 00
lit tljw HI. K. Church Ev r.v
Sunday School begins at 10:00 o'clock.
Preaching " " 11:00
Junior Leaeue " " 2:30 p.m.
Epworth League begins at 0:30 o'clock.
Preaching " " -7:30
ItEV. C. E. CONNKM > , Pastor
For Agents An Opportunity
"THE OLD WORLD
AND ! FS WAYS' "
By Wiiliam Jennings JSryan.
NOW READY FOR SOLICITORS
576 Imperial Octavo Pages , 251 Su-
perbEngravings from Photographs
taken by Col. Bryan.
Recounts his trip around the world
and his visits to all nations. The
greatest boo'c of travel. The niott
successful book of this generation.
25,000 called for in 90. Write us for
sample reports of first 80 agents em
ployed. The people buv it eagerlv.
The agent's harvest. OUTFIT FREE
Send fifty cents to cover cost of
mailing atfd handling.
THE mfltfll'SOS I'UB. CO. .
Notice to Non-Resident Defendant.
To T'rairie Dog non-resident defendant :
Yon arc hereby notiful > tiat on November 27.
: OOT. Tal - ing Prairie IVg lil.-d a i etUi-nanr-i-st
you in the di.stnct court o Cherry cmnily. N'e-
5 > ra ka , the o j - : t am praver of which are to
obTa n a div ret' from > n "ii Hie irround of
adultiy , and to obtain thn car- , custody and
control of Sreve IVairilf > g the minor child of
said plaintiff and tne aid defendant
You arc eqnired to answer taut petition on
or before January C. l')03 )
TALKING PUAIKIK HOG , Plaintiff
By Wakott & Morr.ssry , her attorneys. 40 4
U. S. Land Office , Broken Bo\v ,
October 31 1907. f
AsnfftcuMit contest affidavit having been filed
iu t us nfllCM by IvHntoti Bowers , mn ctii > > r.
against. Hoini Ftead e try > 'o. nnr . made
ior KViSWtf St-ctlnn 22 , Vt S e 27. tow .shii >
25 ringw : Oy Fred Jy Ian t cont'ste * in
which itis nllpgcd that sain Hreil .lylland his
fiil.t to live'oii ami improve said I ; ; id a * re
quired by law and tins made his h' me el ewhere
toi more th n a yi-ar and not on said land : that
he has abandoned * jf | ii ; > d for in - reban MX
months last pail. that. s id tiffcts herein al-
eged have not b n > cured but exist atthis date.
Said panics are hereby notified to appear , respond
spend and offer evidence touching said allega
tion ai. 10 o'clock a. in , , on January 2. 1903. t > e-
'ore the n-gist and receiver t the United
States Land Oflice in Broken Bmv , Nebraska.
Tne saiil contestant having , in a proper affi
davit li'ed ' October 31 , 1907. set lorth fa-'ts
which show that ait r due diligence jersonal
service of 'ihis notice cannot be m de , it is
liereby ordered and directed tluv such notice l < e
.41 ven by due and proper publication.
47 4 Upci JOHN REESE , Register.
Contest Notice ,
U. S. Land Offlce , Talent Inc. Nebraska , I
Octo 23 , 1907. f
A sullioient contest aflidavi having been filed
in this omce by Harvey I ) . Meredith , contestant ,
against Homestead "entry , \o 18340 made
August G. 190o. lor W'A. h > 4. W . section 4.
and E'/iE'/i. section 5. tovihip ul range 2.0. by
Josei hV 1'ickett. contestee. in vhieh it is al
leged th.it Joseph \V. Picketr. baa wholly aband
oned said land and changed nis reaidenc th re-
from for more than six months last past , that
the land is nut settled unon nor cultivated in
good ) a th , and entrvman has not e.stai > lished
residence thereon and has f iled to cure his
laches p to tt it , date
And sai 1 allege I absence w.is not due to his
employment in the Jinny navj ormnnne < ori > s
of the United > taes as a private soldi * ! . officer ,
seaman or marine during the war with Sjviin
or during any other war iuhich i he United
States may l > e engaged.
Said parties are hereby notiliei to appear , respond
spend end oiler evidence touching said ; ill ga-
tion at 10 o' lock a. m. on Januarys. UiOs. ne-
fore the register and receiver at the United
States Land Cilice. Valentine. Nebraska
The said cone start iiav ng. in a proper affi
davit , filed Oct 23. 1907. set forth fa.-ts which
hhow that after diitt diligence personal service
of this notice cannot be nia < le , it is hereby
ordered aii't directed that , such notice be given
by due and proper publication.
E 46 4 K. OLSON.
In the District Court of Cherry Coun
ty , Nebraska.
Jsneph Bristol , plaintiff , vs Eliza Russel. T C.
Canno i and Win tred Cannon eta' ' , defendants :
You and each of y n are hereby rotified that
upon the 27th day of November. 1907 the plain
tiff herin Hied his petition in the district court
of Cherry com ty. Nvbraska. against you and
each of you and against ; ; 11 persoi s cJiiiming
under y ti , theobjec and prayer of whii'h are to
for- close a cei tnin tax lien fouii'ied upon a cer
tificate "f tax sale if sued by the County Treas
urer of Cherr county , Nebias'-fa. or UIH-ale
of the above d serittea land , on the 23rd day of
Octoi er , 190. > . for the payment o taxes on
Northwest ( Quarter of Northwest Quarter Sec
tion 14 orthft'-ist Quarter ot Northeast Quarter ,
Sec. 1R. Township 34 , Range 2G. for t.i-e years i-9t !
to l)0o. ! ) inclusive , amounting to 5C3.51 ; and for
the payment of subsequent ta.e01. . sai'l real
estate for the ) ars904 ! 19i 5nd 1006 amount-
inn to S4 18 for taxes assessed and levied upon
said r.vil estate for either s'ate , county or
school district purposes during sai i y ars and
there is now due plaintiff upon said tax sale
certificate and upon subsequent taxes paid i > y
plaintiff upon said land for said years the sum
of § 96.18 with interest thereon from the 27th
day of November. 1907at th" ratj o" ten per
cent per annum , together with costs of suit and
attorneys tees as provided bv statute , for which
sum plaintiff prays judgment and a decree or
foreclosure , to nave aid premises sold for the
payment and satisfaction of ihe amo.mtlue
for sii > 'h taxes , interest and costs or suit and
costs of s-tle , to bar , foreclose and cxchnte the
defendants and each of them having or claim
ing any lien , title , interest or equity of redem-
tion in and to the same or any part taercof and
for general r lief
You and each of you are required to answer
s'id petition on or before Monday , Jannaryti.
JOSEPH BRISTOL , riaintifi.
By Walcott & Morri.-sey , his attorneys. 40 4
In the District Court of Cherry Coun
ty , Nebraska.
rheresa Eisenriecb , plaintiff , vs Joel Brto ,
Ett't Katto and Oh'er K. Uarto and the un
known heiis of j'rantB. . Kastenlierger , and
Southwest Quarter ji Northeast Quarter. South
east Quarter" ! Noi invest. Qmirter.orthetst
Quaner of South we.-t Quarter antl XorMnve.st
Qua ter of Southeast Quarter of Section 7.
Township 82. R tnge 3S west of the fitn r. JI , m
Cherry county. Nebraska , defendants :
You and each oi you are heretiy notified that
npo- the 25th day of November. 1907 the plain
tiff herein filed her petition 111 the district court
of Cherry enmity , Nebraska , airainst you and
each of you and airiinxt all persons claiming
under you. the ol'jec and pray ref which are
to f"-reclose H certain tax 1'en ' founded upon a
certificate of tax sale issued by the County
Tn usurer of Cherry county , Nebraska ' 'n the
25th day of October , 1905. for the sale of tha
above described land , for the pnymmt nf taxes
on . ' outhv/est Quarter of N rthea-t Quarter ,
Southeast Quarter of > orthwe Quarter , North
east Quarter -outhwest Quarter and North
west ( Quarter S mtneast Quarter of Sec 7 , Town
ship 3-J. Kange 38 "vves1 ot the Cth . 1 for the
year 1903. and for subsequent taxes np"ii said
re'il estate tor the years 1901. 1905 and 1900 for
taxes assessed and levied thereon for either
sta'e county or school district , purpo cs during
said years and there is now due plaintiff upon
said tax sale certificate and upon sub eqnent
taxes paid by plaintiff upon said land for"ald
4'ears the sum ofSic 79 with interest thereon
from the 25th day of November. 1907. at the rat *
ot ten percent per annum together with costs of
suit and attorneys fees as provided by statute ,
for whiiib sum plaintiff prays judgment and a.-
decree of foreclosure , to have sud : premises
told for the payment and s > atistaction of the
amount due for such taxes , interest and costs
of suit and costs ot saie to bar foreclose and ex
clude the defendants and each of them having
or claiming any hen title , interest or equity of
redemption in and to same or any part thereof
and for general relief.
Y-ni and each of yon are required to answer
said petition on or before Monday , January 6 ,
THERESA EISENRJECH , Plaintiff.
By Walcott & Moriissey. her attorneys. 40 4
U. S. Land Office. Broken Bow. Nebraska i
November 25. 1907 i"
A sufficient contest affidavit navinc ben filel
in this office by James M. Mclntosli. eon'esr-
ant. against homes'adwy No. 2512 made
October 10.1901. for SW&SE . yec ion 13 , M
MCli NEMNWJ4. set-ton 24. townshin 2(5 j ;
range 33 , by L-e Barker , eonte.- -e. in which ,
it is al eged that Lee Barker has wholly !
abandoned said tract lor more than six months
lst past that he has never residr-d upon , cujti-
vate i or improved said laud as lequned by
law , that lie maintains a bona fide resilience
elsewheie than on said land , that the said alleged - |
leged absence from said land occurred six
months pi ior tolivejears from the date of
said entry and that all the above alleged Defects
exist at this uate and have nothe n cvired [
Said parties are hereby notified to apt ) ar I
respond and offer evidence touchmir said allega- 1
t on at 10 o'clock a. m on January 7 1903 tie- '
fore J. 11. Welton , U. S. Commissioner. Mullen ,
ISebr. , and that the final heannir will u held
at U > o'clock a. m. on January 11. 100S , be
fore the regir terand receiver at the United
States land Office in Broken Bow , Nebraska.
The aa-d contestant having , in a proper affi
davit , filed Nv 22,1W , et forth facts which
show that after dtt" diligotice personal service
of thi- notice cannot be made , it is hereby
ordered that such notice be given by due and
47 4 ilpd. JOHN REESE , Register.
on riffhr thigh
or fhou der.
1 as 'Mil on left
side and hip , and ot
Mf shoulder of her
sea AlsoSSSHl < > n
let < id ( <
: ed husk- _ ng peg ( either side np ) on
| left siue or hip. p on left jaw and e t shoulder
of horses. fjj
fjjQ on left hip of horses.
Q * on left jaw of horses
' . W
with 7 on left hip
also same as cut
creeks and on the
Gforpe H yne
Cody , Neb
Horses branded on
Rautre north and
south of Cutcomb
Lake in Cherry Co
A T DAVIS
hyannis , Neb
On right side
ou right s'
Range 1 miles
north of Hvannis
private mark , slit
in left ear
C. P. Jordan.
Rosebud , SD
Horses and cattle
* atne aacut ; also
OJ BE f Jra risrlit
Kaniro on Oak and
A liberal reward
ro r information
leading to detection
of rustlers of stock
Bearing anv of these
Albert WLupple & Sons
Rosebud , S , D.
SOS on left side
OSO on richtside
Some cattle also
have af fen neck
Some with A on
left shoulder and
with two bars
ygjters Som Texas
catUe"branded S O on left side and
on left side.
Horses branded SOS on left hip. Some
branded AW bar connected on both sides a
P. H. Young.
as cut on left aide
Some QYon Ieft
on left jaw of
Range on Gordoa Creel ; north of Simeon ,
A good prescription
The ont package s enouuh tor usual oecas
The family bottle ( CM cents ) contain * a
HUDDlv for a year. A.11 rlruirefet.i sell thp m .
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. Rice , 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 firjt time you
are in town. 18
' 'HCJ' lK
i Brand registered
Irwiu on Niobrani nver
Ro .M. D.
as cut on left side
with ftripe under
Range on Soluier creek.
anywhere on left
Earmark , square
crop right ear.
same brand on
Ran-'e on Gordon and Snake Creeks.
A Reward of $250 wih l i-ald to any person for
iSmatMM Tiea-ling to the arrest and final
conviction of any person or pemon- * stealing
cattle with aliove brand *
Valentine , Nebr.
Uange on Nio-
brara river four
inileH east , of Ft.
B connected on
* ho vn In cut
H A BUCK
Hyannis , Neb
Branded on Irtt aide
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 ou left
side. Some on
Horses same on
flreek , S , D.
D. M. Sears.
Kennedy , Nebr.
as on cut.left side
Some on left hip.
Horses same on
Gordon , Nebr.
- same as cut o
Range 6 miles
south of Irwln.
J. B. Lord
aame as cut hack
right shoulder and
en right hip
Range on the
Cody , Nebraska
Kange north o
C. H Little.
IWerriman , Nebr.
On either side
Horses same on
hip Also Q >
Range -Lake Ore k
O. K. Sawyer has
charge of these cat-
lie Horses I > tOD
left shoulder Home
'eft ' side
Land and Feeding Co
Richaras Pres Win GComxtook V p
C r ; .
Cattle branded oi
* ny part of animal ,
_ also th * following
- Branded th
Cordon on the F.E
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