Valentine Democrat. (Valentine, Neb.) 1900-1930, December 29, 1910, Image 8
I , I Genera ! Merchandise , fiats , Caps , Boots and Shoes , Notions and Furnishing Goods. Flour and Feed. : = : : = : : = : I-IOE8ES FOR SALE. Wood Lake , , - Nebraska < * * I Livery , Feed and et Sales Stable , * Wood-Lake , Hebraska | Special Attention to Hunting and Fishing Parties. H ( Successor toV elker fc Lyons ) Wood Lake , Nebraska Am still doing driving and freighting. Special attention "to hunting and fishing parties. © ( Successor to Ed Young. ) Full line of Groceries and Dry Goods , Millinery Goods and Ladies' Furnish ings. Boots and Shoes. Hosiery. Men's Clothing and Furnishings FLOUR , FEED AND COAL. Wood Lake = Nebraska. CV GENERAL FARM F L , I and LIVE STOCK CTS O Satisfaction guaranteed and prices reasonable. Thirty years ex' perience in the Eastern stales. Will go to any part of the State. Write me , or dates can be made at this office. F. J. WILSEY Box 826 Rosebud , South Dakota Contest Notice. D. S. Land Office. Uroken ! 5o\v , iscmt ) -r 19 1910. f A "iiflicipnt contest aflidavit having been filed in this ofik-e bjOfeoii J.pgijelt. conte.-faur , J anainst Hem tead entry NO. 5121 , seri.j ] No. . 0231G , made October 20.1901 for ff.sectHui 21 ; nwli , n ueU , sej iie } . so < - ion28 , unviibiiip 25. ranue 28 , cth Piinejpul Meridiau , by Cora BatioRfr , contestec , in which it is sillfjred that Cora Eatlnger bn nier PSiabllshcM a hena llde ro iaeuce upon said trict and has wholly abandoned thj same for. a t-eriurt of mi n * than six inomlis last jmsr and That said tracts are not lesided upon , ciiltivat'-d , niv rm-cd or grazed by said elaiinant as re-quirt d by law , and that all of raid failtiros exist at the present tim . Said parties are hereby norificd to anpear , respono and wlTer evidence touching saidalle a- tion at 10 o'clock a. m on February 1. istll , before John A. McMillan. ee-rk ! of Hie district court , at Tliejdford. is'e-l.ra ka , and th.tt fuiiil hearing will be held at 10 o'clock K. m , i n Kel > ruary 4,1911 before the Kegisrer and Receiver at' the United States Lund uflice iu Jiiokeu Bow , Nebraska. The said contestant liavintr , ina proper alfi- davit liled December in , isio. set forth lats which show that a te-r due diligence personal service of this nolice cannot be nude , it is hereby ordered and directed that such notice be given by due una'propcr publication. Darius M. Ainsl ) rr > , Hecpiver. Ilecord address or uilryaian , Thedfoni , Ne J. 51It E Contest Notice. U. S. Land Offlce , Broken Dow. Nebraska , November SD IOM. A sufficient contest aflldavit huyiiit ; been lilrd in this otMee by Assa G. MclJaniH. contestant , against homestead entry. > . 32 ! 8 , serial N'j OJG04. mailf Jauiifirv C. Ii5 ! ( , for n } . nj sj sec- lion 17 ; sJlsJ , Section 8 , 'i owiiblup 25 , Kauge 40. Sixth Principal Meridian , by Jsseio K. Sheid- on , conrebt"u , in whii-h it is alleged that Jessie li. Sheldon has never mad * aii acinal ai'ii bona tide residence upon said daim and has never improved or cultivated tin * same as the law re quires , and has abandoned the same ai.d lived elsewheie for more than s x monlha la t pa.st , and all of said defects exist at tlie present uuiu. Said parties are hereby notified to app ur respoud and offer evidence touchiitir said allega tion at 10o'clock a.m on January is , ll'll. tie- fore the register anrt * receiver at the United States l > aud Onjce in Hrokeu IJjw , Nebraska. The saia contestant having , iu a proper artl J davit filed > ov. 28.1010 , set foith lacts whim ! f-uow that after due diligence perj > oiwl of this neitice ciin-not beuiadi * . it is herebv onior ed and directed that s-ich notice be giv-n oy due and proper publication. 48-4 Darius M. Amsberry , K-ceiver. Kecord address of eutryman Hjannis , Neb. Notice of Probate of Will In the coun ty court of Cherry countNe braska. STATE OF NEBRASKA , I CXUNTY OF CHER11Y.ss To all persons interested in. the estate , of Margaret Hoist , deceased : On reading the petition of Christian Hoist , praying that the instrument filed in this court on the i3rd day of J ecemuer. 19 0 , ' and purporting to be the last will and testa ment of the .said deceasedf may be proved and allowed , and recorded as the last will and testament of said deceased : that said instrument be admitted to probate , and the administration of said estate be granted to himself as executor. It is hereby ordered that all persons inter ested in said matter , may. and do , appear at the county court to be held in ana ipr sai 1 county , on the nth day of January , A. D. , 1911 , at 10 o'clock , a. ni.-.to .show cause , if any there be , why the prayeV of the petitioner should not be granted , and that notice of the idency of said petition and that the hear- thereof be given lo all persons interested -ut.4fd matter by publishing a copy of this the Valentine Democrat , a weekly order inthe _ . _ _ _ _ _ , _ , . " . . > i.J J ; ! * * * * for * - } * * -m wr printed in said county , three .v -tftreks prior to said day of hearing , v i Witnew : $ & ftand and sea ) or said court ISMIJ abjfti " ! m " " ' \ . i" . , . _ _ < CountyJudge. Kb Notice of Sale. In the mnttcr of Sarah " \Voodson , deceased : Notice is hereby given that in pursuance of nn order of.T. J. flnrrington , judge ot the dlbtrk't court of CJherry county , iniicle on thy c.th day of December , ] .il ( ) ; for the sale of real Chtsito hereinatter described , there will he sold on the eaht steps of the county court hou.se located in Valentine , Nebraska , on the lih day of January , Jiill , at one oclock ] > . in. , at public vendn to the highest bidder lor. cash , the following described real estate to-wlt : Lot 18 , in block 5 , in the original Village of Valentine , Nebraska. Said sale to remain-open one hour. Dated December 14 , 11)10. 19 :5 ( Signed ! P. AV. 0. LAAVSOX , Executor of Sarah " \Voodson , deceased. O A. Ruby , attorney. Contest Notice. U. S"T Land Office , Broken Bow , Nebriski. 13eceial > er 3.1910. A sufficient contfsfnffirlavit having been Hied in this office hy Miichel n lliiili s , cm testant , uuaii'bC hon.esr ad entry .No. 71M. sprial No 037i5. made November 'J9 190" , lor all of Sec tion 26i township 25 , raime9,6 IMS ! , by Fred L. Alcliiva.conslee. . in which it , H alleged that Paul L. AIcl ly < ih > s never tustubl'sh d a bona tide ruhidfiifu on said hinri ; that li has nevet placed any improvements on ; iil land : that lie has never en tnalecl or graz ° tl said land , and in no way lias h roinVne.i wirh tne homestead lans to entitle him to hold said lai : < i. and that thei-e conditiuns exist t-the present time. Said parties aiv hereby notilied to appear , respond spend , and offer evidence touching said alleg- tion at 10 o'chtck n. in. , on January i > 0 , 1911 , oe- fore the Kegisler and liecciver at the United States land oince in Uioken J5ow , Nebraska. IhuMiid contestant , having , in a proper afil- davir , liled December 3 1910 , hot forth facts which bhow thnt affcr < itie diliirence jiersonal service of this notice cannot be made.it. is heieby ordered aii l ttirccied thatstich notice be t-iven by due and prope publication. 43 1 K Darius At. A-.nsberry. Kecoiver. Itecoid address otentryaian Theufoid , fteb Contest Notice. T. S. Land Ollice , Broken Bow , Nebaask , Decembers , 19H ) . A sifilcirnt contest afil avit having t een tiled in this ' . -Itice by iiicliul S. ilugli < , contestant. a---inat luiinestead entry No. 52 , serial No. t-5U5. made DeccmtierlU , l.ioi. for ej , section o'J , and V ot section 19 , township 25 , range 28 Oth 1' . Al . Meridian , by Geurge O. Coolbby , cuiHts'ce , in which it isa'legr-d that George 0. Comsby lias never estab'sbed a oona fide resi- < ie..oe on said and ; that he his never placed any urprotemutit.son .said land ; that he bas neveeirtivacert cr grazed said hud , and that tlio-c coiiitili ns exist a1 tne pie > ent time. Said psirt i-s arc hereby notified to ayuear. re- sixmd and ofler evidence to-iching said allega tion lit lo oVloukxi. m. , on .I nnary 20 , 1911. be fore the M-gibter and receiver atllm Uuited Srah's land onice in tlrokcn Bow , Mcbraska. 'J he sad cont--tant having , in a proper affi davit. liUd DeceiKiier 3 , J910.set foith facts which show that aft r due diliuenctpersoaal service o this nut ice can not be marie.it is hereby ordered nd directed that -uch notice be g've'j by une and p-oper pu lieulion. 4i4 > K Darius M. Amsbt ry , Ueceiver. liecord addrententrmrtii Mrausville , ebr. Every family has. need of a good , re liable , liniment. For sprains , brtdses , soreness of tbe muscles and rheumatic pains there is none better than Cham- ' berlain's. Sold by Chapman , the drug Hist. / Drir.iis Acid Vvhcn Refused a Dime. 'C ; . ar.a.Dc-c' , 2S. Penniless after he hud squandered js last dollar in a resort at SIS Cftpitol avemie , George llcraniels cf Tl'unrmn , la. , killed hfm- EcT ! by drinking carbolic acid whan refused a dime to enable him to get | part way home. Wood Lake Department ADVERTISING RATES : Locals or rending notices 5 cents per line each insertion. Display advertising jp' 50 cents per inch per month each Issue ; $1.00 per inch per month double coluirn. - < -1 ? .AAA AAjMJt&A&AA/tAM > * Miss Lottie Grady left Saturday morniDg for O'Neill. Prin. Paine left Friday night for Sinithville and other eastern points. - V John West is home from Oma ha visiting his parents and many friends. Scott Bailey is greeting old ac quaintances and visiting his sister , Mrs.W. . F. Parker. Miss Birdie Fagg came down from Valentine to spencl a week at the Klingaman home. Clyde Cunningham and Miss Anderson of Ainsworth were mar ried at Ainsworth Xmas eve- Joe Waggoner is home from York where hehas been attend ing school to spend h'is vacation. Miss Grace Waggoner is home from her school at Sparks. Miss Chloe is also home from her school. Alfred Morris , jr. , and wife spent Xmas at the home of Mrs. Morris' parents , Jesse West and wife. Mrs. Milt Latta , Guy and Aun- no spent Xmas here with relatives and friends and returned home Monday. J. B. Leader and Chester Em ery spent Xmas at their homes , returning to their work the first or the week. Lou Kloppingvife and two little daughters are here visiting his brother , August , and many friends who are glad to welcome them back. .Miss Kuth Kennicottcame home from Crete , were she has been attending college. Ruth was quite ill of tonsilitis and went out to the parental home to remain until she is able to go back to school. m This new , ail-'round Cleanser in-handy sift er can , takes all the hard work out of keep ing things clean. It's much quicker too. els. . # < # ' > & t 73 1QS Pots , pans , kettles , wood work , floors , shelves , painted walls , windows , metals , cut lery , in the bath room , pan try , kitchen , in fact through out the house. Painted woodwork and walls require care in cleaning do it easily and safely with Old Dutch Cleanser. fhe ffiew Way Sorinkle a very little Old Dutch Cleanser on cloth or ! sponge , rub easily , rinse with clean wetclpth and wipe dry. No caustic "br rgid. Avoid ] them. ( Nots\ rap powder ) i "I had been troubled with c'qnstipa- ' tion for two years and tried all * ? f the best physicians in Bristol , Tean.\cmd they eonld do nothing for rue , Thos. S. Williams , Middleboro , "Two packages of Chamberlain's ! 8toia : ach. and Liver Tablets cured me. " Fo : & ! e by Cbapmtvn , thfc1 HORSES ARE HER HOBBY. Millionaire's Daughter Spends Thou sands on aShow String. Horse racing may well be termec the sport ot kings , and this is true in more than one sense. It surely takes a kingly purse to maintain a racin stable , whether of runners or light harness horses , but according to some of the largest show exhibitors , both in this country and across the water , the most costly way to indulge one's love tor a good horse is to equip uiid main tain a big show stable and take it around the circle of metropolitan horse shows. There is absolutely no equable re muneration for the expense incurred in riding a , hobby of this kind as the ptemiums given , even at the largest shows , would be wholly inadequate to defray the outlay necessary for the maintenance of a high class show stable. One of the largest and strongest stables of show horses in the west is owned by a woman , who directs the care and management of the horses and exhibits her own entries in the ring. This remarkable young wom an for she is both young and attract ive is Miss Loula Long of Kansas City , the daughter of a millionaire , and she spends her money with a lav ish hand. Miss Long's horses , harness , ve hides and appointments represent an inveslnient of many thousands of dollars lars and she spends thousands more every year keeping her show string in condition and in shipping to the var ious shows around the country Last summer she sent her famous horse , the King , to the Olynipia show in London , where ho demonstrated that he had quality enough to be returned a win ner. Miss Long is an accomplished horsewoman and whenever she enters the ring she makes a dashing figure. Miss Long and her stable of blua ribbon winners will be a leading fea ture at the coming horse show to b hold in Denver by the Western Na tional Livestock association during the week of January if to 21. Horse men from all over the west congregate in Denver during that week and many of the largest horse show exhibitors from the east also put in an appear ance. . This year in addition to Miss Long the stable ! ; of Augustus Busch , the millionaire St. Louis brewer , Edward H. "McLean of Washington , D. C. , a young millionaire who has recently broken into the horse show game , Judge. Wi.lliam IT. Moore , whose horses won more ribbons in London this year thnn those of any other American ex hibitor , and George Pepper of Toron to , will compete at the Denver show. REMOUNTS FOB THE GAVALRY. War Department Finding Difficulty in Securing Right Kind of Horses. The war department at Washington is experiencing considerable diiliculty during the past tow 3'ears in securing the proper kind of horses for re mounts lor the cavalry During the past five years the .1 armors of the country have bee'n going almost ex clusively into the breed m. : ; of hcav > draft horses and while there an- still a number of good light stallions in Sft vice , the demand for light harness horses and saddle homes is i'ui in tx cess of the demand ! The Moor war , the Spanish Ameri can war and the Japan Russia strap drew heavily upon the saddle horses of the country and particularly in the \vest Range st : > ckmeu took ad vantage tago of tin : demand lo clean up the Mjlit range stuck and today tlu : wo.-4 is producing bucly enough of the sad die liorse to supply tin : demand lo : horses rrneticallv nothing has been done to interest tlio hoise breeders of the country in the cavalry horse. F w hi coders know just what is requited of. a rnvalry hot.so or the < lass of n nurse that is wanted for tii.-it purpose . The Niition.il Woshirn Slock Sio-.v ! at Denver has .in an cd to give the cavalry horse a prominent phsco in the big show to lie. held .January 1021 find Secietary Dickinson uf the depart merit ( if war has issued an order lor a troop of cavalry from Fort Russell lopattici pa to This troop will bring down to the Do.uvor show a bimr-h of typical cavalry horses ; iml tiioy will bo put through their drill in thn arena tn show just what is requiiod of them In addition to the cavnlry hoisos. a number of officers will attend Hit show with their chargers and will j show the brooders the class of horsp T thev need and the kind of work'thoy ( are. expected to net-form A Rood cliarg- er must be'i \ good jumper and one of c the features of the Denver show will , , be the jumping in the military fjos os , Tlio military feature of the horse g show at Madison Square last mouth and also at the International show yt p Chicago , attracted much interest and should prove a most inte.testing and , Instructive feature at the big Denver n show in January. j. ' t 1 ; New Deputy Ptate Treasurer. , . Berwyn , Neb. , Dec. § . Treasurer - plpct Waiter Q' George announced tlio $ [ apjuiiniment of C. S. Mickey of Os- a ; eola as deputy treasurer. , I Furniture and Paints and Oils , Cattfe Undertaking Goods Dip , Stock Foods , etc. Lumber , Machinery , Hardware - . * / ' ware , Harness , Saddles Wagons , Buggies and a full line of Haying Tools , Windmills , Pumps , Pipe , etc. Full'stock of Posts and Barb Wire. Wood Lake , - = Nebraska ausen Co. , General Hardware , Wagons and Machinery. . . . / A complete line of Harness and Saddles * Household and Kitchen Furniture Lumber and .Fence Posts WOOD LAKE , NEBRASKA II. M. Faddis & Co ? os ifflce address Valentine or Ktmnedy. Some * * < ' left } j.- < - thigh Horses branded shoulder " or thij'h Some ' Some branded brut dcd t on rijlit tni "n left 5 or fchoulderl shoulder ] 01 thteh J P. H. Young. Simeon. Nebr. Cattle branded as cut on lef c side Rome QYon lelt side. on left Jaw of V horses. Range on Gordon Cre k north of Simeon , N. S. Eowley. Kenned j , - Same as cut on left , sid and hip , and on lofl shouldPT of her ses. AlsogSt3 011 left bide hip. * ' X f n 'eit Some rat-St. tie bnna-r ! < ked - - - ed ingpes ( either side up ) on left side or hip. p on left jaw and left shoulder of horses , m mQ on left hip of horses. * on left jaw of horses C. P. Jordan. Roaebud , SD Horses and cattle ao cut ; also CJ BE JJ on right hip. Range on Oak and Butte creeks. A liberal reward for information leading to detection : 2 of rustlers of stock Bearing-.ny of thf > anbrands. Pv. M. Ten-ill , Propr. Brownlee , Neo. Cattle branded as in c-t on left side. Some branded Ii T Y on loft hip. Range on North Loop river , two miles west of Brewulee John Kills Plenty * t Francis Mis sion , Kosebud. 5. D. rattle branded is in cut ; horses same or .H\l > on eft thigh. Itance M t ween Spring 7k and Little iVhite river. Lad ) Keenan Takes Firct Money. Friend , Neb.v D.ec. 2S. Lady Kee- nai : . entered by J. L. Keenan of this : ity , won first money in the state -aces , finshed here , ancl"May Baile } * , j\vned by Page & Nosher of this city , r/as the runner-up , while Sea Breeze , > tvncd by Coates & Gabriel of Exeter , ind Oklahoma Girl , owned by Wilson i Sloan of Hildreth , divided first and iocond money in the consolation Minister Robbed While He Preaches. 0naha , Dec. 27. While the Rev. German Wegner , pastor of tl"i Ger- tian Evangelical church , was Beadi ng at his church , with his family in he congregation contentedly listen-j ng , burglars bvoke into the parson-j .ge , two blocks' away , and ransacked | he house. The thieves took only a' ozen silver spoons , a fur overcoat , nd a number of minor articles. J Albert Whipple & Sons. Kosebud S , D. Cattle branded 80S on lelt side OSO on riehtslda S OS Some cattle also have a 4on neck Some with A on left shonlder and .some branded with two bars norossblnd qnar- Jters. Home Texas cattle branded ea O 011 left side and some ; on left side. Horses branded SOS on left hip. Some cattle branded AW bar connected on both'sides and loft hip of horses J ) . M. Sears. Kennedy , Nebr ? Cattle branded asoncutleft side Some on left hip. Horses same on left shoulder. Eange Square Lake. Nebraska Land and Feeding Co. 3artletfc Eichards Pres Will G Comstoclf V P Chas C Jamison Sec&Treas ' Cattle branded on any part of animal : also the following brands : horses branded the same Bange betweea Gordon on the FE. &M.V.R.B.and Hyannis on B & M. R.R. in Northwestern Nehr BARTI.ETT KIPHARDS. Kllswortn. Nehr Sawyer Bros. Oasis , Nebr G. K. Sawver has charge of these cattle. H rses I > on leftshotil. der. Some left side. Horssa same left thigh , on Snake river. Metzger Bros. Itolfe N'ebr Cattle branded anywiiere on left side. \ \ Earmark , square crop right ear. Horses have ? ame brand on eft thigh. . - - tr. i a i B Range on Gordon and Snake Creeks. A Reward of S2SO win be paid to any person for information leading to the arrest and final conviction of any person or. persons stealing HUB with a > ow hmml. J. A. aryan. Cattle branded JY on rightside Horses branded JY on right shoulder Reasonable reward for any Information leading to the rr- covery of cattle strayed from my * range. .DONAHUE HEARING BEGINS ' Objection tc the Corr.plair.t Is Made by Counsel for the Chief. Omaha , Dec. 28. Formal objections the complaint against Chief of Po lice John J. Donahue , charging failure to enforce the 8 o'clock closing Inl and laws against gambling and other vices , were made by W. J. Connell Donahue's attorney , when former Judge Robert E. Evans of Dakota City opened his special court. Referee Evans said he would , not \ rule on Donahue's objections to the complaint and to the taking of testi mony. _ \ "Testimony will be taken subject to the objections. They , together the testimony , will b submitted to supreme court after this hearin * 13 finished , " said Referee Evans.