Valentine Democrat. (Valentine, Neb.) 1900-1930, July 16, 1908, Image 5

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If you wish to secure one ounce or ten ounces of as
fine Perfumes as you ever scented then come here
and get regular 50o the ounce odors at 35c
75cu " " u55c
u § 1.00 " " " u 75c
These include imported as well as Ameri
can perfumes.
One Day Only ;
< * TTTmiHifc
Prices are what 1
we are talking
' Now
Our stock is complete.
W. H. Stratton
Dealer in
General Merchandise
cor. Hall & Catb. Valentine , Nebr.
Burge , Xebr.
Tubular wells and windmills.
me up by Telephone.
Handles the
Opposite Postoffie. Phone 71.
The Loup Valley Hereford Hanch.
Brownlee , Nebr ,
Soldier CreeV Col-
nmnus 17th 1C005U ,
: i son of Columbus
17th , a half brother
of the § 10.000 Cham
pion Drtle. a n tl
Prince Boabdel 131-
C93 at head of herd.
I no\v have about 30 head of 1907 bull calves
for sale.
Office over the grocery deparment
of T. C. Hornby's store.
J. W.
Valentine - Kebi- .
All work will be { riven prompt
and careful attention.
S All kinds of. i
Shampooing a specialty. i M
HOT and COLD MATHS in connection
\ I
Forest Shepard , Prop.
U V alentine State Bank Building
farm or Business
for sale. Not particular about location.
Wish to hear from owner only who
will soil direct to buyer. Give price ,
description and state when possession
can bo had. Address ,
L DARBYSHIHE , Box 9999 Rocttster , H. T.
Talk of the Town.
Try Kazda's barber shop , tf
Milton Nicholson is visiting
friends and relatives in O'Neill.
G. A. Chapman and son Kinvin
spent several days in Sioux City
visiting last week.
For Sale 40 head of cows and
calves , 50 head of mixed cattle.
Inquire of or write L. W. Parker ,
Burge , Xebr. 27
Leroy Caylor went up to Cody
last Thursday to play ball with
that team against the bloomer
girls , the latter team winning the
S. F. Oilman and party arrived
last Thursday to indulge a few
weeks in the popular sport. They
are now installed in Mr. Oilman's
house at the mill.
Grant Boyer brought to this of
fice yesterday morning S new po
tatoes , weighing 4 pounds , raised
at his place south of the passenger
depot. Potatoes are fine this year.
Thacher base ball boys came up
last Saturday and played with part
of he Valentine nine. It was a
practice game and in three innings
and two for Valentine made the
scorce look like this : 11 to tt for
A socialist speaker gave some
talks in front of Chapman's last
week. He had copies of a social
ist paper which he distributed
among the crowd and a small
book on socia lism which he sold
for 25 cents.
The passenger from the east was
12 hours late Monday morning ,
owing to a cloudbust which washed
out about 900 feet of track be
tween Norfolk and Stanton. Be
tween 5 and G inches of rain fell
in less than three hours.
The normal students were to
have a picnic at the creek Satur
day afternoon but the threatening
weather prevented , so nothing
daunted they stayed at the court
house and made a delightful affair
of it despite the conditions.
Last week , a few days after the
Fourth , County Assessor Young
completed his work of recapitula
ting the deputy assessors' sched
ules for this year and retired to
his ranch where he will be kept
haying the next few months.
Mrs. H. A. McQuade has leased
the Cody railroad eating house and
took possession last week , though
she still conducts the eating bouse
here for the railroad men and ex
pects to leave the family here and
will look after this by making oc
casional trips home.
Mark D. Qyphers and wife re
turned home from the East last
Thursday night , and Friday night
the boys collected a lot of tin pans
and gave them a charivari.
Wouldn't it be nicer and more ap
propriate to give them a serenade ,
sing some songs and play some
music ? That would be the genteel
way. The other borders on ruf
fianism. Welcome home , Mark ,
and may you and your lady live
long and prosper.
Mrs. Wm. Erickson and Mrs.
J. M. Rjil.\a are in town today.
The old settlers reunion of Cher
ry and Keya Paha counties will be
held at Sparks , Neb. , August 28
and 29. Watch for program later.
On the inside pages of this pa
per will be found the democratic
platform , brief sketches of WJ. .
Bryan and the democratic conven
tion at Denver.
Allen Benson returned recently
from a six months trip through
the southern states and South
America where he spent a pleasant
winter and spring. He drove in
from Arabia Saturday and spent
Sunday in town. We enjoyed a
pleasant afternoon hearing Allen
tell of his experiences in South
M. P. Jordan w : in town Mon
day and inserted a big advertise
ment in this paper for putting up
1,000 tons of hay for which he of
fers § 1.65 per ton , and also offers
to contract for baling and hauling
the same to Arabia. This seems
to be a good opening for parties
having haying outfits and
a summer's job awaits them which
may last well into the fall. See
his advertisement elsewhere in
this paper.
A. M. Morrissey returned on
the belated passenger Monday
from Denver where he attended
the democratic national conven
tion as a delegate from the Sixth
district of Nebraska. He reports
an enjoyable time and gives a good
account of the great convention
which he says was very enthus
iastic and harmonious throughout.
Mr. Morrissey is one of the com
mittee selected to ollicially notify
the vice president of his nomina
GraM Boyer came down Tues
day from Cody where he has been
building a house for W. H. Carter.
It is a good substantial building
that will make a fine home when
completed. It is being plastered
now and Orant will go back to
finish it up. The carpenter work
was begun June 5th and we think
the work has been pushed along
to get ready for plastering so soon
with only two helpers. Mr. Boy
er is a good worker and does good
work. We cheerfully recommend
A telegram announcing the death
of Mrs. Mary McGuane at West
Point Wednesday morning came
as a shock to the relatives and
friends at Valentine. Mrs , Mc
Guane is a step-mother to Mrs.
James Smith and Mrs. Bartley
White. She had been making her
home until about ten weeks ago
with Mrs. Martin Christensen who
is a daughter of Mrs. White , and
went down to West Point to spend
a few weeks. She was growing
old and recently her health had
not been very good but the folks
had no notice of her illness rec-
ently. The funeral was held to
day at the Catholic church at 10:30. :
Last Saturday L. E. Garlock ,
formerly proprietor of the Valen
tine House , purchased the Home
Bakery business of Miss Wren
Donoher and took possession im-
mediatly. The business was start
ed in our city by E. H. Bohle several - '
eral years ago and after conduct
ing it for a couple of years sold
to Miss Wren Donoher who has
since conducted the business and
enjoyed a large patronage. The
Home Bakery has always been a
popular place since the beginning '
and is the only all night restaur
ant in town. The Donoher sisters
formerly conducted the hotel
which bears their name and was
known from Omaha to the Black
Hills as a popular place to spend i
a Sunday or a few days visit while !
enjoying a vacation at Valentine.
Mr. Garlock expects to conduct
the business or the Home Bakery !
along the same lines as it has been
run in the past and we bespeak
for him the gofld will and wishes
of the public and assure them the
same courteous treatment that has
made the Home Bakery a popular
Twine ; Dain and Will Stackers ,
\Ve have experienced experts in our employ who will set up and assist > s starting
ing- our harvesters. Buy your farm implements of-those who make a specialty-
of farm machinery , and avoid the grief incident to trading with a Prune Peddler
Old Crow , All Leading"
Hermitage Brands
and Bottled
Guchcn- Under the
heimor Supervision.
Rye of * the
\Vhiskeys. r. H. GO7. . .
We also handle the Btidweiser Beer.
I r DM
Look over the changes of our
advertises this week.
The Ladies' Aid sncitey of the
Presbyterian church is busy this
week preparing to stage the re
markable comedy. "The Union
Depot for a Day , " some time next
week. The cast includes most of
the young people in town and
promises to be one of the most
laughable effects of the season.
The comedy is unique in its ar
rangement and will be something
new in the usual routine of the
presentation.of such plays. Watch
for further announcements.
, * .
Monday evening at the residence
of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Sparks the
Hall street young ladies entertain
ed in honor of the Misses Water-
house at a lawn i'cte which was
probably the most delightful social
function ever given in this city.
The evening was perfect , and
around the larg-i and luxuriant
lawn Japanese lanterns were
strung. Kustic seats , chairs and
rugs were placed in coxy nooks
and every possible luxury was at
the disposal of the guests who
were about TO in number. Punch
was served throughout the eve
ning and two little gypsy queens
"who were especially imported
fro m Egypt , " revealed
the future to the anxiety of some
and the merriment of others. As
the evening progressed ice cream
and cake were served , following
which were some pleasing dances
on the wide porch , clo-sing with
ever charming Virginia Keel. The
Hall street girls , and particularly
Miss Wade , may feel pleased an l
gratified with the success of so de
lightful and entertainment.
Valentine , Nebraska ,
Has no\v on sale For a short time only , -
At Reduced Prices
Clothing , Straw Hats , Work Slrirts , Ladies'
Waists , and Odd Sizes in Shoes.
This is not a Jew store. Goods are plainly
marked and sold to all alike. They are
offered at reduced prices to clear shelves
for fall and winter stock.
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St Fiweis ? .tis-
Mon , Rosebud.
S. 1) .
aS'in cut ; horses
Kaine o n left
tliieh. l an e
uveon Sprint"k
and Little White
river. L. SJL leg/fT * " * " * - < - - & , . > * - , _ - . .
JJrou-nlee , Neb.
Cattle brandctl ns
in cut on left
side :
Some brawl cil
on left hip.
on Xoitli
y *
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Pat Peiuer
Simeon Nebr.
Notice for Application of Liquor
Notice Is hereby jrivea that on theina dav
of July. I1KJ8. A. 1J. Overman , iiled his petition
in the'onlce ot the Count } * C'lbvk of Cherry
county. Nebraska-praying thj/f he be irrant-
j ed licence to > > t-ll raaU. spirittfous ; .nd vinous
I liquors for the period ot one v ar. com men c-
| intj August : ? . ll'us. and ending August : ; . i'.H ) ' . .
'said business to he oonducted at "crookston.
jinCrookston j recini't. Cherrv countv. Ne-
] lraska ; : that the Hoard of County ConniU-
I sinners will be asked to hear said ] ) etition
, a'T'l grant license therein prayed tor on the
Dated this Slid dav cf July. 1DOS.
Contest Notice ,
L * . S. Land ORiVsjJoitin -
A sutlieiont contest allidivir h.ivrnu been filed
in this onice by I > an Tiuiy r , contestant , against ;
Homestead entry ' , Vo. tTS I , made August-S. ll'0. %
lor S'sSli .i. S'-i'-tiou : ! 0 ; NKljNMi * , S NI-:1 .
NKuSli'i. sf-ction : : i , S'sXV .t. and S\\ ' ! ; ,
section " : . ton n < iiin : ; : . raiiL'e ? : , by ioy Kiijiert.
f > nteste 5 , in viucli it is alleged that
said Kov Knuert iiawholly alandoned
said land and changed Lis reoidenett tlifn >
from for niore thnn six mouths last past , that ,
the laud is no ! settled ni > on nor cultivated in
i good fa'th , and ontryman has not -stab ! isn-d !
re.sidonce thereon and liiia f.ileil to cure his
lui-he > up to this date
And said allege t al-ei ( . " ; wis not da to his
i empiojiiient in the army , navy or marine corps
I of the United Mareas a private soldi * ! ' , officer
' sei man or marine dnnnn tlin war with Kuain
I or during r.njother war inInch Ihu United
J bta'fs ; may i e engaged.
I > aid tnifti" i ai e heiehy notified to appear and
' Kpond end ollt.-r evidence touching s.iid allega-
j tion ar lo oVloek a. m. on Angiisr. i : ; . lyuj. an
I fore the re is't-r and receivt-r atn \ United
States Land ; Uice. Valentine. Nebraska.
I The said cunt s'ar-t havng. in a proper alli-
jdavit , liled.Fit-M'--y. 18'S. ' SMI forth facKs which
slioxv that ait.jr du- ( tiiigtiu-e personal service
of this notice eaimot. be made , it is hereby
ordered aii'l directfl that .s.ich notice be givea
by due and proper publication.
E 25 i K. OI iON .Kectiiver.
Contest Notice.
U. S. Land OHiee. Va'enttne. Nebraska , I
July _ ' , 1003. f
A suffieientcoiitest affidavit having I > CPII IHed
in this office t/y Ceorg - w. U'ajt. contest
ant. against Hem ; "iuifry No. UJO j. made
U > . lOih. . for SKN ! : . s-etiou : rj ; SN W
. S'-cti in : 5 , township : ! 5. rang : : : ,
by Catherine O'sht-a. cent stee. in widen it is
alleged that saivt Catherine O'ohea his wholly
abandoned sail Und undchttmed her residence
therefrom for more than s > \ months last past :
that the id land is not settled n : > oa nor culti
vated in gOfil iiitis. : iid clait'v-int has not e t ib-
. lished reaidetieb ilier"on ana has f HI led to cure
; her lacha.s up to this date aud s.til : ail * ged : ib-
j sencefrom the luml wis not due to her employ -
I ment in the iriny , navy , or marine i-orp < of the
j United States as a pnv.tteoldier , onie r. sea-
I man or marine during the wth Spam or
; d rhg any y.ln' in which the Uufled
I Sta'-fs. may he ngitged ; sii l arti-s are h-r-.v
I r.otnle.i to ajpf-ar , rt-spoiid an I orv ! i-\i i-n- " ;
t touching sa"l ail--g its .a uf iU o'clock a. m. n
j August. ; 5 1LW. 1-w ore U-e re isU-r and re-
; e-iver m , the United * t > 'ate = Lr.nd Oiaeu in
I Valfiiluie.lxebrjKa :
' 'Ihesutt ! coi te-tant haviJi 'ii a proper afii-
da\it lilt-o J.i.y a. UKis. s -ortlj lacts which
j slum- that after tine diligcn- personal service
ol this a- mean i.ot' > t mai > it is nt-reby order
' ett ami iUiyctd that s ich IK . : e be given bj due
and proper publication.
il .Ueceivur.