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About Valentine Democrat. (Valentine, Neb.) 1900-1930 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 13, 1908)
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Peter , the Great , Looping the loop in an Automobile
2. .Bishop's Thrilling .Triple Somersault of Death
3. Tom-Tom , the Largest Brute that Walks tiis Earth
1 0 BIG MONSTER TENTS-SEATS FOR 5,000 PEOPLE
ft i > h.if * A r * - _ JTi iAj2w' '
AN ELEPHANT j
9 LARGER THANJ
POSITIVELY ON EXHIBITION WITH THIS SHOW ,
TOM-TOM is undoubtedly the ercalest animal act ever
presented to the public. He is a clever musician , acrobat
bat and dancer , and although he stands over ten feet
fiich and weighs over four tons , he i § as nimble es 9
lion os tiger.
A VAWKEE OOOOL.E : OAY
BIG MONSTER STREET PARADE !
Largest Lton in Captivity ? 500-Peopfe and Horses-500
Parade Promptly At Noon I Tfrree XlJrcus Bands !
Madame Devere , BeariJei ! Won Big Steam Caiiope :
BIG HERD OF ASIATfC AND SIBERIAN CAMELS ! ; i
A BIG WBLD Af lS AL EXPOSITgON
NEBRASKA STATE FAIR , LINCOLN N
Monday , Aug. 31 Lincoln Day Tuesda\- , Sept 1 Governor's Day
Wednesday. Sept. 2 Bryan Day. Tluirs , , Sept. 1 Taft-Omaha Day
Friday , Sept 4 Parade Day.
Best Agricultural , Live Stock and Machinery exhib
its ever shown in Nebraska.
§ 30,000.00 in Premiums. § 12,000.00 in Speed
Fifteen barness and eight running races. *
Pain's stupendous spectacle
EPtUPTION OF AIT. VESUVIUS and CARNIVAL OF NAPLES
500 people. Immense display of fireworks each night ,
Liberati's New York Festival Military Band and Grand Opera Concert
Company of sixtv persons , eighteen of whom are Grand Opera singers
of national reputation. State bauds from Hebron , Beatrice , Aurora
and St. Paul.
Western League Base Ball Athletic Meet Wild West Show
New $23,000 cattle barn , rHx255 to hold 63U head of cattle
New $10,000 steel frame Auditorium , to seat -JoOO people , to be dedicated
by Hon. W. J. Bryan on Wednesday , Sept. . For premium list and entry - :
try blank , write W. R. MELLOK , Lincoln , Nob. 30-4
ft Fr.i'cis Mis
KK in u-t : ; horses
Ihitrh. If-n c 1'c-
and Little VVlutt
D. M. Senrs.
Kennedy , Nebr.
; ! . } on ciitjpf" side
Some OFJ lett nip.
Jlorsws siuno on
Urownlee , Xeb.
Cattle branded as
in cut -on left
on left hip.
Kanpp on Noitli
J-n P nr , two
miles ' 'wcbt of
J. A. TARTAN
< $ % ! & , Pullman , Nebr
Cattle branded JY
Hordes branded JY
on right shoulder
for any information
leading to the re
covery of cattle
strayed froia my "
Oasis , Nebr.
< | K. Sawyer has
charge ot these
1 -n thigh
lianga ou Sn.'ko
ip t GIVEN
FOIL CORRECT SOLUTIONS TO THE PUZZLE BELOW
li line of Pianos carried by The Bennett Co. is of such a high degree of excellence , and the
arious makes so well and favorably known , that their names are already household words in the
majority of homes in Nebraska and neighboring states , but in order that all may become familiar
v.itu the fact tnat the greatest line of high-grade Pianos m the West is to be found in our ware-
rooms , * 'id in order to obtain a large and comprehensive list of prospective purchasers of Pianos and
, to wijoni we may present the merits of our instruments and explain our equitable selling system ,
we have inaugurated a contest which we believe to be the most interesting , and at the same time the
most liberal ever attempted by any Piano house.
Printed in th < 5 coupon below you will find a Puzzle Automobile Wheel , aroand the tire of which we have placed the
letters \vhu h term thu names of some of the different makes of Pianos we represent. We want you to rearrange these letters
correr tly and write the mimes which the letters form in the places left for that purpose between the spokes of the wheel. In
or-Jt-r ih a you may easily understand how to do it , we have completed one answer. Study the puzzle carefully , also the
irr.mtfni- r.f the word PACKARD , and you will have little trouble in completing the rest of the answers.
THE RULES GOVERNIN'G THE CONTEST
Arc very simple and will be easily understood. They must be strictly complied with , however.
1 Th cn-h-st is open to all , except employes of The Bt-nnett Company or persons connected with other music houses.
2. It ) o-r rr ppmes nnd acHressrs of 4 prn nPCMVP pii'rhr.s < > rs of F'innrsor Orpans MUST be written in the spaces uro-
toi HIM < m ihc whffl. Exercise great care in seniliug in thesn names , for , as explained above , the principal
otijc ; . t ui tins c 'iiu.i is to enable us to widen the scopeof our opcraticns and get in touch with those who are now , or may
bf Inter on , in the market for a piano.
3. The c.mtKst will extend over a period of 30 days , beginning August 21st and ending September 19th , and prizes will be
a\vnriied ami the wmn > is announced as soon as possible after the closing of the contest.
4 No co tcMnnt may s nd in more than one solution.
5 In crcith n all max hnvr f-qunl chances of obtaining an award , the prizes will be distributed as explained below.
1 Louis XV Grand Piano Value SI.400
1 Magnificent Art Grand Piano . .Value 19000
1 Upright Cabinet Grand Piano..Value 650
1 Upright Cabinet Grand Piano..Value GOO
1 Upright Cabinet Grand Piano..Value 575
I Upright Cabinet Grand Piano..Value 550
1 Upright Cabinet Grand Piano..Value 525
1 Upright Cabinet Grand Piano..Value 450
1 Upright Cabinet Grand Piano..Value 400
1 Mahogany Upright Piano Value 350
And other Prizes amounting to $20.000
in Cash and Credit Certificates.
An attractive souvenir will be presented to all who par
ticipate in the coitest but are not fortunate enough to win
one of the prizes mentioned above.
How the Prizes Will Be Awarded
One (1) ( ) Piano and $1,000 in Cash and Credit Certificates
for the first correct answers received as follows :
(1) ( ) Between August 21st and August 23rd , inclusive ;
(2) ( ) Between August 24th and August 26th , inclusive ;
(3) ( ) Between August 27th and August 29th , inclusive ;
(4) ( ) Between August 30th and September 1st , inclusive ;
' 5) ) Between September 2nd and September 4th , inclusive ,
(6) ( ) Between September 5th and September 7th , inclusive ;
(7) ( ) Between September 8th and September 10th , inclusive ;
(8) ( ) Between September llth and September 13th , inclusive ;
(9 ( ; Between September 14th and September 16th , inclusive ;
(10 ( } Between September 17th and September 19th , inclusive.
A total of 10 Pianos and $10.000 in Cash
and Credit Certificates.
CONTEST CLOSES POSITIVELY ON SATURDAY , SEPTEMBER 19 , AT 4:3O P. M.
Cut off at tKis dotted line and mail as instructed bolow.
Uprijrht Art Model
( Jnind Fiano
> * . < ? & ? y ft R r.
( jrnml Piano
After lillin in your njr * tt > the p i/zle. write your mm j an 1 a I livs very plainly 11 the space below , cat the coupon oft below the dotted line and mall It t
Street No ETT
JST. S. Eowley
Kennedy , - Nebraska.
Same as cut on left ,
aide and hip , and on
left shoulder of her
ses. AlsoEJgS on
left side B laud
t ? + on 1 < ft side.
tl branded -
ed mg pe ( either side up ) on
left side or hip. p on left jaw and left shoulder
of horses , QJ
QJQ on left hip of horses.
"j ° on left jaw of horses
C. P. Jordan.
Rosebud , SD
Horses and cattle
same aa cut ; also
CJBB JJ on right
.Range on Oak and
A liberal reward
for information i
leading to detection
of rustlers of stock i
of these brands.
P. [ . Young.
as cut on left Bide
Some Q.yon left
on left jaw of
Range on Gordon Creek north of Simeon ,
Albert Whipple & Sons
Rosebud , S , D.
SOS on left side
. OSO on riehtside
O fil Q Some cattje also
O \ / O have a-f-on neck
Some with A on
left shoulder and
with two bars
across hind qnar-
cattle branded a < > on left side and some ,
on left side.
Horses branded SOS on left hip. Some cattle
branded AW bar connected on both sides and
left hip of horses.
Valentine , Nebr.
Range on NIo-
brara river four
miles east of Ft.
KB connected on
left hip or side aa
shown in cat
R M Faddis& Co.
Postofflce'address Valentine or Kennedy.
-r-1 on left
Some Some branded
branded ion i
° n right
on left or
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