Valentine Democrat. (Valentine, Neb.) 1900-1930, September 08, 1910, Image 1

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1. M. \ Rice , Editor and Proprietor VALENTINE , NEBK. , THURSDAY , SEPTEMBER 8 , 1910. Volume 25 , No. 35
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In order to make room for our Fall Stock
of Shoes we will cut oisi1 prices on
Men's and Women's Oxfords
and Pumps almost " n half.
: DON'T FAIL TO GOME AND GET
FITTED WH1LETHESEBARGAINS
LAST. Watch for our add next week.
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A. JOHN &
VALENTINE , NEBRASKA
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CLarteml ns n Stnte Bank : Chartered { ns n National . . Bank
June 1,1881. ! August I : ! , lOO'J.
The FIRST NATIONAL BANK
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( Successor to Bank : of Valentine. )
Valentine , - Nebraska.
CAPITAL - 25.000 * . . A General Banking . . , Exchange I
SURPLUS - 25.000 I
Uudivided Profits 4,000 and Collection Business : : : :
O. H. COR nn..J. , President. \ M. V. NICHOLSON , Cashier. .
J. 'l' . May , Vice President. Miss GI-KX HOKNIG , Abs't Cashier.
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Eureka .Saloon '
. McGEER & CARROLL , Proprs.
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Fine " Wines Liquors and Cigars
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4 Bourbon Whiskies : , . . : Rye Whiskies :
. Old Crow , . Sherwood ,
. Guchenheimer ,
Hermitage , '
. Cedar . . . . Brook ' . . , ' He " . . . " " , . . . - , . . ' Sunny . Brook , .
"Spring Hill , : y - - , : : ' : - , - . . . and 29/yearvold
and J is , E , Pepper , f 0 , F , C , Taylor ' ,
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and came direct from : the U. S. gov- r
ernment warehouse. They are guar-
anteed pure and unadulterated. Un- ,
\ \ . excelled for family and medical use. 1
Three Star Hennessy and Dreyfus Brandies Imported .
Gordon and DeKuyper Gins > , Guinness's Extra Stout.
: Bass Ale Storz Blue Ribbon and Budweiser Beer
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- Goods , which will be sold at very low prices f1
; . regardless of cost. Lay in your supply now. .
i . SACK SALT 80 CTS. Sf
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COMMISSIONERS PROCEEDINGS
Valentine , August 1 , 1910. - The
board of County Commissiocers of
Cherry county , Neb. , met pursuant
to adjournment , at which meeting
the following members were pres-
ent : James Mone. chairman and J.
A. Adamson.
In the matter of the application
of A. Ef. Overman for a license to
sell malt , spirituous and vinous
liquors in the village of Crookston , ,
Crookston precinct , Cherry county , ,
Nebraska , said cause was , by agree
ment , between the petitioner : and
the remonstrators , continued to
August 5 , 1910 , at 1 o'clock p. m.
In the matter of the petition of
E. U. Ninas et al for the establish-
ment of a public road in section 30 ,
township 35 , range 80 , upon due
consideration : of the report of the
special commissioner , the surveyor ,
and the board of appraisers on
same , a public road is hereby grant-
ed and ordered platted and recorded
in tbe office of the county clerk as
follows :
Beginning at a psint 33 feet east
of the southwest corner of the south
east quarter of section 30 , township
35 , range 30 , and running thence
north one-half mile , terminating 33
feet east of the northwest corner of
the southeast quarter of section 30 , .
township 35 , range . 30 , said road to
be 66 feet wide and the line above
described to be the center of the
road , making the half section line ]
common to the southwest quarter
and the foutheast quarter of section
30 , township 35 , range 30 , the west
boundary line of the same. All of
abovo road being taken from land
belonging to Manuel Hatten Dam-
ages were awarded to said Manuel
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Hatten in the sum of $32 00 and he
was allowed the further sum of S10
for damages caused him by reason
of his having to move his fence ,
making a total of $42. All other
claims for damages by reason of
the establishment of the above road
were rejected.
The following claims were allow-
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ed on the t general fund :
Manuel Hatten , damages. . .8 42.00
Jack JunoJ , surveying . . . . 17.25 -
M. F. Clynes , . appraising. . . 15.00
John Ormesher , appraising. 21.00 '
Robert P. Brill , appraising. 15'.00
Robert Robinson , com'r fees 3.00
The following claim was allowed
on the road fuud :
C. G. Overman , road contr.$350.00
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The commissioners adopted plans
and specifications for tbe installa
tion of . a steam heating plant in the
court house and th > . county clerk is
hereby instructed to call for bids to
be opened by the board of com mis-
bioners on Augusl 29 , 1910 , at 1
o'clock p. m.
The county clerk is instructed to
draw a warrant on the general fund
for 87.50 in favor of the Christian
Home of Council Bluffs , , Iowa , same
being in payment of the amount due
said home on contract of the county
forvthe board and care of the Bate-
man family.
Whereupon the board adjourned (
to August 5 , 1910.
Valentine , August 5.-The board
met pursuant to adjournment , at
which meeting the following mem-
bers were present : James Mone ,
chairman and J. A. Adamson.
In the matter of the application
of A. B. Overman for a license to
sell malt , spirituous and vinous
liquors in Crookston village , Crook-
ston precinc , Cherry county , Neb.
Now , on this 5th day of August
A. D. 1910 , it being the day ' lixed by
the board of county commissioners
for the hearing of the petition . of A.
B. Overman for a license to sell
malt , spirituous and vinous liquors
in Crookston village , Crookston ,
precinct Cherry county , Neb. , the
matter came up to be heard on the
petition , the remoustrance and the
evidence and the board of county
commissioners being fully advised
in the premises finds : That the pe
tition heretofore filed , praying for
said license , was signed by a major-
ity of the resident freeholders of
Crookston precinct , Cherry county
Neb. ; that the remonstrators have
failed to satisfactorily show that the
petitioner was guilty of violating the
of Section 7157 of
provisions Chap-
ter 33 of Cobbey's Compiled Stat-
. utes of Nebraska , or that he has
been guilty of violating Section 7179
of said chapter. Said remonstrance
is therefore overruled and license to
the said A. B. Overman to sell malt ,
spirituous and vinous liquors in
Crookston village , Crookston pre-
cinct , Cherry county , Neb. , for the
period of one year , commencing
August 5 , 1910 , and ending August
5 , 1911 , as prayed for in said peti-
tion is hereby granted. The said
petitioner bhall furthermore pay
into the county treasury the sum of
$500 as a license fee and can give
good and sufficient bond as required i
by la\\
The county clerk is instructed to
draw warrants on the general fund
in redemption of the following tax [
sale certificates on account of the
erroneous assessment of the lands
contained therein :
J. R. Lee , tract No. 418 , tax suit ,
year 1906. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . § 5.57
J. \ Whiffin , certificate No. 740 , .
year 1909 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $ 3 79
J. W. Whiffin , certificate No. 644 ,
year 1909 . . . . . . . . . . . . . $2.06
J. \V. \Viu ilin , certificate No. 621 ,
year 1909 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $2.51
J. \ Whiffin , certificate No. 643 ,
year 1909 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $2.06
J. W. Whiffin , certificate No. 444 ,
year 1909 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $12.87
J. \ Whiffin , certificate No. 479 ,
.year 1909 . H . . . . _ . u. . . . . 7.67
W.Whiffin , cartificate No. 564 ,
year 1909 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9.17
J. F. Schnorr , tract No. 1467 ; tax
suit year 1906 . . . . . . . . . . . $7.62
J. R. Lee , tract No. 421 , tax suit
year 1906. . . . . . ; . . . . . . . . 11.17
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The following claims ware allow-
ed on the general fund :
Gertrude Jordan , county treasur
er funds advanced paupers , H. P.
Shepard and family for ' month of
July , as per contract , $50.00.
Gertrude Jordan , county treasur-
er , stamped envelopes , for county
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. officers , $118.42.
Jsmes Moiie , commissioner fees ,
$19.60.
F. A. Cunbow , funds advanced
pauper as per contract of county
commissioners 5000.
John A. Adamson , commissioner
fees , 1890. : ; ; . .
A road petition having been filed
in the office of the county clerk on
this date , signed by Pat Mcllhon et
al ] , asking that a public road com-
menciug at : the southeast corner of
the southeast quarter of section 23 ,
township 34 , range 28 , and running
thence to Ihe southwest corner of
the southwest quarter of sect-ion 22 ,
all of township 34 , range 28 and
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terminating there , be established.
Is appeared from said petition that
all of said road asked to be estab
lished is on the. section lines , it is
hereby declared by the board of
county commissioners that said
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road prayed for , be , and the same
hereby is , declared a public road
and the county clerk is asked to
proceed with the laying out of same
according to law.
Whereupon the board adjourned
to August 29 , 1910.
Valentine , August 29 , 1910. - The
county commissioners of cherry
county met pursunnt to adjourn-
ment with the following named
members present : James Mone ,
chairman , .John A. Adamson , N. S.
Rowley. '
Upon due consideration of bids
filed as called for by the county
clerk for the construction and in-
stallation of the steam heating plant
in the Cherry county court house
according to plans and specifications
I adopted by the board on August 1 ,
CONTINUED OX A6E 5
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We are Headquarters for
Winchester Ammunition
HE SEASON will soon be open so that the
THE with dog and gun will have full sway.
We also handle a full line of Shot Guns and
Rifles. "Winchester" and "Remington" are two
of our best makes.
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Hunting Coats , Caps and Hats are now on
display in our window and may be bought at a bar-
gain. Now is the time and the Red Front Hard- , ,
ware is the place to get full value for your
money.
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DEALER IN EVERYTHING. . . . ;
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Is the month to prepare your Boys and ' . ,
Girls for school. We are head uai-
ters for :
' Boys' Clothing , in Long and Short Pant Suits , . \
ranging in price , per suit d ? t ] 'JSZ 4- "
$ I . 7 5 to $8"
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Shoes and Hosiery of all descriptions. :
. Kirkendall's Hard Knocker School
Shoes. Best on earth. We uaran- .
tee satisfaction on everything sell.
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TKE : BIG JOLLY CARNIVAL EVERY DAY
Tcaidaj Rig tt , tzdnesday Kight , Tbcrsday Aftsraoca , Frtiaj Hlg ! tt f.
Oct. 4 Oct. 5 Oct. 6 Oct. 7 .
CARNIVAL ELECTRICALiLITARY CORONATION
FIREWORKS PARADE PARADE BALL
Grand Military Maneuvers Every Day by U. S , Regular Troops ;
REDUCED RATES ON ALL RAILROADS.
CHOW / YOUnSELF A GOOD TIME - YGU'LL KAVE : LOTS 1 C7 iZLP : :
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Stetter & Tobien Props. ; "
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All Kinds of Fresh | - 4 lilr
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and Palt Meats. . . . ! !
Will buy your Cattle , Hogs , . . -
Poultry , Horses , Mules and
anything you have to sell .
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