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About Valentine Democrat. (Valentine, Neb.) 1900-1930 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 25, 1910)
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I There is one here i
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. A Safe ,
. Simple System
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by check was devised
by all men- for any
, man-for you. It is
suited to the need of
. any business , either
large or small. It makes
; - no difference whether
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method puts system in
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- I VALENTINE STATE BANK
, . . ' VALENTINE. NEBR.
C. A. RUBY
. , Attorney-at-Law
Office front room , second story ,
over T. C. Hornby's store , Main
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. Valentine , Nebraska
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T : n"t.rvW : : . H . Stratton
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" FLOUR & EEED
. General Merchandise
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" \ cor. Hall & Cath. Valentine , Nebr.
Loup Valley Hereford Ranch ,
C. H. FATJLHABER , t ; SONS , BROWNLEE , NEB.
" . . Herd headed by S. C. Columbus 17 ,
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822 ; also , Melvin , No. 327072 , reg ,
Bulls for Sale at All Times ,
. ; Dr. M. T. Aleer ,
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Furniture and pianos handled :
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, , hauled and trunks and grips : .
I a specialty. l Phone No. l&L $ :
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In the District Court of Cherry County.
In the matter o [ the Application " \
- Charles H Cornell , Jimniian I Notice of
of the Estate of Elinore Archer , I Guardian's
EiVAL.Arclier.ArlliurW . Arch- f e"i *
erand Daisy K rcher. Minors. \ Sale |
. for Leave to Sell Heal Est Iat.e. J
Nonce is hereby given that in pursuance of
an Order of the lion. W. II. \Vrs sover , Jmhre ot
the District Court of Cherry ; County , Nebraska ,
made on the 7th day of February , 1910 , for the
sale of the real estate hereinafter dcs rlhell ,
- there will he sold public vencUieiotliehlRhebt
bidder for cash or one-fourth of the purchase
price In cash and one-fourth in one year from
_ date of sale one-fourth in two years , and the
nalrttice in three years interest on deferred
payments at the rate of 7 per edit per } annum
and said deferred payments ' to be secured by
mortgage ! upon said land , at the front dour of
the court house in the Village of Valentine , in
said county , on the 27th day of August , WO , at
the hout or 10 o'clock A. M. . the tullowirn de
scribed real estate , to-wit : The north\\et one- .
quarter of Section No. twenty ( : W ) in rownsnip .
Iii o. thirty-five (33) of Itange No. twentfive (25)
West of the .sixth Principal Meridian : in Chem
Count , Nebraska. ' Said sale will remain open
Dated this 6th day of August uno.
djgof Agg H. CORN : EJ . 1.
Cuardian of tne Estate of Elm re An-her .
Elva L. Archer , Arthur W. Archer and
Daisy E. Archer , Minors.
E. . D. Clarke Attorney 31 jft
. 'p .sentery , is a dangerous disease but
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can be cured. Chamberlain's
Cholera , and Diarrhoea Remedy has
, been successfully used in nine epidemics
of dysentery. It has never been known
to fail. It is equally valuable for chil-
r dren and adultsT and when reduced
itwith water and sweetened , it is pleasant
. -o take. Sold by Chapman Drug Co
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y. S. Weather Bureau Report
WEEK ENDING AUG. 23 , 1910. '
Daily mean temperature 68. ?
" Normal temperature 7o °
Highest temperature ! Io. ;
Lowest temperature ° .
Range of temperature f-0.
Precipitation for week T of an inch.
< Average for 22 years 0.53 of an inch.
Precipitation March 1st to date 14.35 inches.
I Average for 22 years 10.42 of an inches.
JOHN J. MCLEAN. Observer.
Talk of the own.
I The Bud Family will be there-
at "Snap Shots. "
For board and room inquire of
Mrs. Grant Spain. :
Miss Marguerite Haley returned
Sunday from a visit at O'Neill.
Weber Wagons , in all sizes and
prices at the Ludwig Lumber Co.
. See Mrs. Swan Swanson and
seven children at "Snap Shots. "
Jim Felch fell and hurt his arm
a/ew days ago and islayed up for
Ed. Vollentine of Lavoca was in
town last Thursday with election
Austin Howe and H. A. Lyons
of Wood Lake were in Valentine
Monday on business.
W. T. Kincaid , accompanied by
his son Hickman returned fiom
a visit at Henry , Ill. , Monday.
3 in. 7 ft. cedar posts , from 11
to 15 cents each.
LUDWIG LUMBER Co.
Watch for date of "Snap Shots"
in Quigley hall given by home
talent under the auspices of the
A. T. Davis of Mother Lake
precinct was a visitor last week at
Valentine , bringing in the returns
from his precinct.
Mr. : and Mrs. Forest Shepard
returned from Omaha Sunday
night , where the former . went for
Furnished rooms to rent by day
or week , Hot and cold water I
baths included. Valentine House !
John D. Eaton , Propr. 32tf
Mr. Nicholson returned last
week from a trip to southern Col-
orado where he went in the inter-
est of the Copeland estate.
Services at the St. Nicholas
church in Valentine Sunday , Aug.
28 , at 8 and 10 o'clock , by Father
Westropp of St. Francis mission.
Eugene Fry came down last
week on business at the county
seat. He lives now in the new pre-
cinct of Russell cut off from Moth-
er Lake and Enlow.
Presbyterian Church.-J. M.
aldwell D. D. pastor. Morning
subject . , "The Glory and Wreck
of Man. " Evenin , From Bethel
to Samaria. " All invited.
John Scheerer of Artesian S.D.
is in town today filing on a home-
stead south Merrimau. . He mar-
ried Mrs. Lizzie Mounier : of Kil-
gore March 9 , 11)09 ) , and they're
coming back to Cherry Co , to live.
Jim Felch has opened up a res-
taurant ; iu connection with his
fruit stand and is now serving hot
meals. Misses Kalblinger and Co-
hota are assisting with the work.
Jim now has the whole loner
On Sunday next there will he
services as follows in St. John's
church : Sunday school at 10 , Holy
Euchorist with sermon at 11 a. m.
Evening prayer and address at 8
p. m. Litany and choir meeting
on Friday evening.
Frank Brayton has solved the I
washwoman question this week by
getting an electric : washing ma-
chine which has a wringer com
bined ' at the top and all is run by
an electric motor , while Mrs. Bray- ;
ton can sit comfortably in the
rocking chah .and read.
Miss Elsie Schreiber , instructor
in the Wisner public schools , and
Miss Anna Ryan , also of \ \ ' isner ,
were visitors in the city between
trains Sunday en route to the Hot
Springs and Black Hills. They
were guests of Mr. Raymond :
Pierre , manager of the dry goods
department of the Red Front , who I
was formerly located Wisner. .
Lewis Mosier , of Huron , Kan. ,
is here visiting Felix Nollette. He
lived here sixteen years ago on a
claim in the Sand Creek valley.
He was back here eight years ago
but he notes many improvements
since then and thinks this country !
much better than he had supposed '
and also admires our town of Val-
entine with its broad streets , and
cement sidewalks. Felix Nollette
came in with him and they visited
many old friends around town
Monday. ; ,
Be sure and take a bottle of Chamber-
lain's Colic , Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy with you when starting on your
trip this summer. It cannot be obtained
on board the trains or steamers. Chang-
es of water and climate often cause sud-
den attacks of diarrhoea , and it is best
, to be prepared. Sold by Chapman Drug
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I 3 in. 6 ft. Southern Red Cedar
Posts at Ludwig Lumber Co.
Mr. John Slonecker of Ains-
1 j worth visited with Valentine
J i f friends over Sunday.
I Eugene Dunn departed Monday
I evening for a trip to points in
Wyoming and Colorado.
The CRYSTAL WHITE REFRIG
ERATOR is what you need this
I summer. Buy : it at Fischer's Hard
Gladys little daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. M. IIonse"of the North
Table , is visiting her grandmother
Rapid City , S. D. Business Col-
, lege will educate your son or
daughter for business. Enroll now
and save money. Circular free.
Jim \Ye1Jford came in from
Hackberry Lake Tuesday and
brought about four bushels of
wild plums which he found ready
sale for in Valentine. .
Ed. Taylor returned Monday
from an extended trip to , Green
River and other points in Wyom
ing and Idaho. He went to the
reservation Tuesday to work. .
The C. W. Way Co. , Architects ,
Hastings , Nebraska , will furnish .
you with plans and specifications !
for any class of building you wish
to erect. Ask them for informa-
Glenn Wade , mother and broth-
er are visiting relatives and friends
at the old home in New Carlislo . ,
Ind. They departed Thursday of
last week and expect to be absent
Eugene Grace and. wife and
grand-daughter went down to Ne-
ligh and from there to Adair , la. ,
to visit relatives. A brother of
Mr. Grace is expected there from
Dr. Lewis is in Denver , having
been called by message from his
wife Sunday announcing the seri-
ous illness of Albert. Tuesday
Jim . received , a card saying Alferd
Nelson , the young son of Wall
Hamer , who has been very ill at
the home of Mrs. Lay port the past
week , was taken to Omaha Tues-
day night to be operated upon for
appendicitis. The little girl who
had been suffering an attack of the
measles is improving.
Miss Nellie Easley is here visit-
ing friends and has been employed
to teach in the Ainsworth school 1
beginning in September. Miss
Easley tells us that her parents are
doing nicely in Bloomington ,
and have a nice home with beauti-
ful surroundings and they are all
enjoying good health.
Alex Allen , A. K. Lirson , Tom
Reigle , G. M. ' McMillan : , Tom
Spencer and Allen T. Forgy were
up from the south country last
Friday and found time while in
town to call at our office for a
friendly chat. We're always glad
to see the boys from a distance
when they get to town.
Mrs. C. S. Reese came to town
Sunday to consult a physician for
her eyes , they being swollen and
inflamed. They think there is a
poison vine or weed down in the
hay' valleys ; that is the cause as
eeveral others have suffered in a
similar : manner south of Simeon
recently and also in previous years.
The city electric light poles have
been set and the wires are being
strung. The steel } tank is being
erected upon the hill north of town
and there is a force of men work-
ing upon the new city dam but the
work seems to be progressing very
slowly. ' \ \ ' inter will soon be here
and the work will not be complet
ed if they don't get busy. It will
soon be two years ; since the city
voted 42,000 bonds for this work.
Archie B. Roosevelt of Oyster
Bay , N. Y. , and R. C. Paine of
Brookline , Mass. , are touring the
west and came into Valentine from
the west yesterday : morning ac
companied by Seth Bullock of
Dead wood. After breakfast at
the Doneher they were taken to
Kosebud by John Anderson in his
auto where they will be the guests
of Major Wood for a few days and
returning to Valentine will go east
to Chicago , stopping enroute at
The Valentine ball team started
out Sunday morning for a trip in
the east part of the state where
games were scheduled with three
different teams the first of the
series being with Wisner Sunday
and resulted 7 to 6 in favor of
Valentine. Monday's game was
lost to Stanton 3 to 2 , but the two I
following games with the same :
team were captured 6-3 and 8-3.
Today our boys are entertaining
the Norfolkites and will return
home tomorrow to rest ' up for a
tussel with Stanton on the local
grounds , a 4-game series having
been arranged for , after which the
boys will go into camp on the
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j Wm. and Ben Bachelor wel e in
town yesterday from the hay fats.
Misses Pearl Lewis and Bertie
Gheens are down from Cody this
I Mrs. Crow of Simeon spent a
few days visiting at lerriman the
past week and returned Wednes .
day to Simeon.
Alva Green , the deputy n-ey-
, or of Merriman , spent a oonpl of
days this week at the county seat
on official business.
4 inS ft ceclar posts.
4 in. 10 ft. cedar posts.
4 in. 12 ft. cedar posts
LUDWTCI LUMBER Co.
Mrs. R. II. Kountz returned
this week from Merriman "where
she has been taking a course of
treatment under Dr. Baldwin.
l\Iis Esther Swanson , who has
been attending school in Fremont
came Monday for a few days visit
with her brother Charles , en route
to her home at Gordon.
Mrs. Babb and daughter wish to
return their sincere thanks to the I
people of Valentine and vicinity
for the many kindnesses shown I ,
them during the illnes of the moth
er , from which she is now slowly i I
recovering. God bless them one
and ail. - Mrs. Babb , Effie Babb. I
In buying a cough medicine , don't be ! ;
afraid to eet Chamberlain's Cough Rein- j
edy. There is no danger from it , and
relief is sure to follow. Especially rec- ,
ommended for coughs , colds and whoop- ,
ing cough. Sold by Chapman Drug Co.
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r Come to "Snap Shots' * and see
George Wash Johnson and Miss !
When the digestion is all right , the
action of the bowels regular , there is a
natural craving and relish for food.
When this is lacking yon may know that
you need a dose of Chamberlain's Stom-
ach and Liver Tablets. They strengthen
the digestive organs , improve the appe
tito and regulate the bowels. Sold by
Chapman Drug Co.
Nebraska : State Fair , Lincoln , via The .
North-western r : L1 ne ,
Tickets on sale Sept. 4th to 9th ;
return limit Sept 12th. Grand
demontra-tion of the Agricultural ,
Live Stock , industrial nnd educa
tional interests of tliejfitate. t Apply
to ticket agents The North- \Vestern
Our VACUUM CLEANER will do
your spring house cleaning. Order
I lit from Fischer's lIard ware. 14
We are Headquarters for
GIE SE1.SONvill soon be open so that ; the
hunter with dog and gun will have full sway.
We also handle a full line of Shot ( ( runs t t and
Rifles. "Winchester" and "Remington" .tWo
of our best makes.
Hunting Coats , Caps and Mats are now on
display in our window and may be bought at a bar-
gain. Now is the time and the Red I Front-Hard
ware is the place to get full value for your
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THE " , -"r _ ' _ _ . , . , - EIGHTEENTH . " , . . - - " _ . . _ . " - , . . . . . , . . . " " ' ! r. . _ , _ . . _ " _ , , . ANNUAL _ . _ _ _
Old . Settlers'
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Of Cherry and Keya Paha Counties will be held at Sparks
Friday and Saturday
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10:30 : o'clock = = Singing
Speaking = = J. M. Caldwell , D. F. Story
Program . : = = Sparks Committee
1:30 : o'clock = Ball game
Pony Race- , = 0ne.fourth mile , 14 hands , I
' . 1 in. and under
Saddle Horse Race = = One = half mile
Horse Race = One = half mile , free for all
10:30 o'cIock = Slnging
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Speaking = = Col. G. E. Tracewell , Judge
Qujgley , Atty. Ruby and others
Program = = By committee of Kew.anee
and Keya Paha Counties -
Dinner ' .
1:30 o'clock = = Ball Game
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Pony Race = = 14. hands 1 in. and under
Saddle Morse ' Race , one = half mile
! Mule Race = = One = half mile
i Horse Race = = One = half mile , free for all
Foot Race = = 100 yds. , free for all
I Boys Foot Race = 15 years and under
! I Boys Foot Race = = 10 years , and under
i Fat Mens Foot Race , 50 yards . mm
I Side Holt Wrestle
I TUG : of War .
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DANCE EACH NIGHT
RICHARD OSBURN , President J. M. OSBURN , Secretary -
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Old Crow , All Leading
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Hermitage . Brands - .
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Guchen- Under the i
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Rye . " ' 'L4 of the . . .
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Whiskeys. U. S. : - < GOT. .
We also handle the Budweiser Beer. i
5 THE ' ALACE SALOON
HENRY STETTER , Propr.
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