Valentine Democrat. (Valentine, Neb.) 1900-1930, January 12, 1911, Image 8

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General Merchandise , Hats , Caps , Boots
§ ' and Shoes , Notions and Furnishing
Goods. Flour and Feed.
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Wood Lake ,
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Livery , Feed and jj
Sales Stable/ . .
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Wood Lake , Nebraska
3 Special Attention to Hunting and Fishing Parties.
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H. A. LY
: . ( Successor to Wclker & Lyons )
Wood Lake , Nebraska
Am still doing driving and freighting. Special attention to hunting
and fiching parlies.
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( 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. . . . . . .
Wood Lake = Nebraska.
. . I and LIVE STOCK
Satisfaction guaranteed and prices reasonable. Thirty years ex
perience in the Eastern slates. Will go to any part of the State.
Write me , or dates can be made at this office.
Box 826 Rosebud , South Dakota
; Contest Notice.
i U. S. Land Office. Broken Bow ,
DepemhT 19 1910. t
* A sufficient contest affidavit having beeii liled
In Ihls office by Orson Legsett. contestant ,
auainst Homestead entry No. 5121. serial
Eatinper , conteatec , in which it is
that Cora Katinger ha ne\er estiiblisbt-o a
boria flrte residence upon suid trict and has
wholly abandoned th ° i same for a nm H ) of more
than , six months last past and that siid : tracts
are not itsidert u on. cintivat-d , nntrovetl or
irra/ed bv snid clnimant us r * quhvd by law ,
Hiid that all of said failures exiat at the present
Said parties ar ? hereby notified ro appear ,
-respond and nflVr evidence touchinsaiu allega
tion at 10 o'clock a. m nn February 1. lull ,
'before John A. McMillan , clerk of Hie district
court , "at Thertfoi'd. IMVbra kn , and I Jut. final
hearing will be held at 10 o'ci * ck H. m , n Keb
rUary 4,1911 before i he lleglster and Receiver at
the United Slates Lund vilice in Bioken Bow.
The said contestant having , ina proper affi
davit lUed Deceinr 1 ! ) , 1910. set forth fajts
& which show that a t-r due diligence personal
5M service of Jhis nolle * cannot be made , it is
5fc hereby ordered and directed that such notice l.e
fc , given by due and prop-r publication.
Jarius M. AmsberrKerwer. .
.Record address or uitryinaii , Thedfoni , Xeo.
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In the County Court of Cherry County , Ne
; In the matter of the estate of Edward
O'Connor , deceased :
A duly verified petition having been filed
in my o'fflce , praying for the probate of the
estate of Edward O'Connor , deceased , with
' out administration , and it satisfactorily ap
pearing to me that the statements made in
said petition are-true , it is hereby ordered
thata hearing on said petition be had on the
21st day of January , Hill , at 11 o'clock a. m.
atmyollice in Valentine , Cherry county ,
Nebraska , at which time all persons inter-
terested in said estate may appear and show
cause , if any there be , why said petition
should not be granted.
\ Witness my hand and seal of said court ,
this 4th clay of January , I'.tll.
[ SEAL ] 523 County Judge. .
.Notice of Probate of Will
. in the county court ot Cherry county , Ne
To all persons interested in the estate of
. , Margaretaiolst. deceased : i
On reading the petition of Christian Hoist ,
-praving that the instrument liled in
this"court on the : : $ rd day of J ecember , 1910 ,
and purporting to be the last will and testa
ment of the said deceased , 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 and for said
county , on the 14th day of Januar } ' . A. D. .
19.11. at 10 o'clock , a. m. , to show cause , if any
there be , why. the prayer of the petitioner
- "should not be' granted , and that notice of the
> . peridencv of said petition and that the hear- .
in.g thereof be given to all persons interested
in said matter by publishing a copy of this
order In the Valentine Democrat , a weekly
newspaper printed in said county , for three
'successive weeks prior to said day of hearing.
"Witness my hand and seal ot said court
County Judge.
. \V ! lcott i Morrissey , attorneys. ' 51 j !
* jEvery family has need of a good , ro-
; yiiiible liniment. For sprains , bruises.
soreness of the- muscles and rheumati
pains there is none better than Cha :
berjain's. Sold by Chapman , the dn
Order of Hearing on Petition for Appointment
of Administrator.
In the county court of Cherry county , Ne-
I braska.
State of Nebraska , (
County of Cherry , i bs
To the heirs and to all persons interested
in the estate of John Cavanuugh , deceased :
On reading the petition of William Cava-
naugh. praying that the administration of
said estate be granted to Hugh J. Donahue
as administrator :
It is hereby ordered that you , and all per
sons interested in said matter , may , and do ,
appear at the county court to be held in and
for said county , on the 21st day of January ,
1011 , at 10 o'clock a. m. , to show cause , if any
there be , why the prayer of the petitioner
should not be granted , and that notice of
the pendency of said petition and that the
hearing thereof be given toall persons inter
ested in said matter by publishing a copy of
this order in The Valentine Democrat , a
weekly newspaper printed in said county ,
for three successive weeks prior to said day
of hearing.
Witness my hand and the seal of said
court this 4th day of January , 1)11. ! )
5- : & County Judge.
M. F.-Harrington. attorney.
"I had been troubled with constipa
tion for two years and tried all of the
best physicians in Bristol , Tenn. , and
they could da nothing for ine , " writes
'Thos. E. Williams , Middleboro , Ky.
"Two packages of Chamberlain's Stomach
ach and Liver Tablets cured me. " For
sale by Chapman , the druggist.
Former Governor of Connecticut Will
Succeed Bulkeley.
Hartford , Conn. , Jan. 11. Former
Governor George P. McLean was the
choice of the Republican caucus of the
members of the general assembly [ or
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United States senator , defeating the I
present senator , Morgan G. Bulkeley IS
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Mr. McLean will be formally elected
by the legislature next week. The unofficial of
official vote was : McLean , 113 ; J
Culkeley , Gl ,
Wood Lake Department 4
Locals or reading notices 5 cents per line each Insertion. Display advertising
50 cents per Inch per month each issue ; Jl.CO per inch per month double column.
I Otto Micheel was' a business
caller Saturday.
J. B. Leader visited at home a
few da.ys last week.
S. R. Reed was 0:1 the sick list
a few days this week.
Theodore Vian has gone to Lin
coln to attend school.
Chris Wooster was in from the
Sawyer ranch one day last "week.
Albert Holden came in from the
Leader ranch after a load of
Miss Bess Dillon of Ainsworth
was the guest of Mrs. Edythe
Latta recently. . *
BudKlingaman ! is visiting at the
parental and also made a business
trip to Valentine.
Don Parker is quite ill of ton-
solitis. It is hoped he may soon
be in school again.
Chet Emery went home on'ac-
count of the illness of his children
who have measles.
Miss Norma Kirk man has re
turned to Newman Grove to enter
upon her school duties.
Miss Birdie Fogg left Sunday
night for her home in Valentine ,
after a two week's visit here with
Miss Grace Waggoner left Saturday -
urday for Sparks where she began
her school work after a two weeks
Mrs. D. A. Hancock went down
to Ainsworth recently to have
dental work done and visit her
numerous friends.
Misses Ethel and Echo Ralya
left Saturday for Sioux City to
enter a music"college. , They ex
pect to be gone until June.
S. R. Reed of Iowa attended the
sale of the " 21" ranch. Mrs.
R ed vyas unable to accompany
him as she had expected to do.
Nick tick and wife and Wash
Honey and wife Jeft Friday night
for Florida , where they expectto
spend .the greater part of the win
Hazel Klingaman is quite ser
iously ill at her home this week.
Dr. Tische is attending her. She
is somewhat improved at this
Jack Hickman and family ex
pect to leave in a few days for
Arizona for the benefit of Mrs.
Hickraan's health. The best wish
es of all go with them.
The son of Herman Bradiijger
and wife is very ill. They brought
! = ie little one to town Saturday
and Dr. Tische is waiting'on him.
We wish him a speedy recovery.
Little Nile Latta is out of dang
er now. It was feared he might
not recover but Dr. Tische soon
brought him out of danger and he
was able to sit up at the last re
Roscoe Ward is greeting friends
in Wood lake and visiting his sis
ter , Mrs. Walter Tinkham. Ros
coe says Wood lake looks good to
him and especially one of our citi
zens ( a lady ) .
We understand Geo. Dew and
family are to soon depart for Gor
don where they will reside in the
future. We are sorry to lose
these excellent citizens but wish
'them success in their new abode.
Prin. H. E. Paine was unable
enter upon his school duties
Monday owing to illness. We
have not learned what his illness
but are < under the impression
that it is quite serious as he is in
the. hospital. We wish him , a
speedy recovery. Miss Grady is
teaching the high school. Mrs. {
Latta is also unable to be at her
school dut'es owing to the illness
her liitl boy.Mrs. . Andrew
Johnson has kindly helped us out jji
this vacancy and MisS Hazel
Shannon has cha'rge of Miss
Nellie , the second daughter o
Rev. A. F. Cumbow and wife ,
I3ied January 5 , 1911 , at her home
twenty miles southwest of Wooc
Lake,1 Nellie had been in ver.y
poor health for several years and
after much suffering has founc
sweet rest at last. The funera
was held at the church and the re
mains laid to rest in the Woodlake
cemetery. The deepest sympathy
is extended to the bereaved ones
in this sad hour.
-Roy Klingaman and wife have
left for a few weeks' visit with
the latter's parents , Milt Latta
and wife until Roy is able to walk
about. Soon after their arrival at
Hackberry , Mrs. Kiingaman was
taken sick and at last reports was
very poorly. Dr. Compton was
called Monday and she was rest
ing easier when he left her. Ro.v
is getting along nicely with his
broken limb. We wish them both
a speedy recovery.
Official Dispatch Announces That Complete -
plete Tranquillity Reigns.
"Washington , Jan. 11. Senor De La
Ban-a , the Mexican ambassador , re
ceived the following telegram from
Enrique C. Creel , the .Mexican minis
ter of foreign affaiars dated Mexico
City :
"Guerrero h s been occupied by the
federal forces. Rebels are in full
flight and are dispersing in small
bands. Complete , tranquillity reigns all the republic. "
Fort Dodge Man Fatally Wounded.
Plornellsville , N. Y. , Jan. 11. A '
man who gave his name as James Nor
ton Schenck of Fort Eodge , la.vas
shot in the Imperial hotel here and
probably will die. Schenck told the
authorities that he was shot acci
dentally , but rsfused to give the de
tails. Schenck had made arrange
ments to purchase a job printing of
fice. Schenck is twenty-five years old
and had considerable money.
Stubbs Would Reform Courts.
Topeka , Jan. 11. To alleviate "the (
law's delay and mistrial of cases , "
Governor W. R. Stubbs in his message
to the Kansas legislature recommend
ed that the state law be so amended
that nine jurors out of twelve shall decide
cide all civil cases. se
of >
Avoid drudgery in the kitchen in
cleaning pots , kettles and pans , in )
scrubbing floors , cleaning wood t
work , xbath-tubs and keeping things Sin .
clean throughout the house. Old
Dutch Cleanser has revolutionized
1 house work. This new , handy all- as
'round Cleanser does the work of
all old-fashioned ' cleaners put
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together. C'fc
ar\d Polishes ofFt *
in the kitchen , pantry , dairy , bath fei
rooms , 'bedrooms , parlor and 3a
throughout the house. It keeps tic
clean and from
everything spotless , tai
milk-pails and separators to wood
floois , wood-work , bath tubs , etc.
The Easier and Quicker Way. Wet
the article , sprinkle Old Dutch
Cleanser on cloth or brush and rub L
well , rinse with clean water1 and
wipe dry. teen
Avoid caustic and acid cleaners , on
With this new Cleanser you can get re
through your housework in half the
fime and "with half She labor f
formerly required. (
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Furniture and Paints and Oils , Cattle
Undertaking Goods Dip , Stock Foods , etc.
on Bros. ,
Lumber Hardware .
, Machinery , - -
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
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General Hardware ,
Wagons and
Machinery. . . . :
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A complete line \of [ * t ,
Harness and Saddles
Household and Kitchen Furniture
Lumber and Eenee Posts
E. M. Faddis & Co
i Valentine or Kennedy.
Some hranded
* - on lelt
Horses branded
shoulder "
< > r thiph
Some Rome branded
minded on rhilit thigh
'Ml or shoulder.
n thish
P. H. Young.
Simeon. Nebr.
Cattle brandeo
as cut on lef c side
Some Q , yon left
on left Jaw of
V horses.
tanpft on Gordon Cre"k north of Simeon ,
JST. S. Bowley.
Kennedy , - Neuraska.
Same as cut on leff ,
ilde and hip , arid on
eft shoulder of heron -
; on
eft aide
lip. ]
d hnska ing peK either side up ) on
eft side or hip. p on left jaw and left shoulder
f hordes , QJ
QJQ on left hip of horses.
f on left jaw of horses
C. P. Jordan.
Eosebud , SD
Horses and cattle
same aa cut ; also
CJ BE JJ on right
ilaiipe on Oak and
Butte creeks.
A liberal reward
for information
leading to detection
of rustlers of stock
'earingany of rh sebrands.
E. M. Terrill , Propr. -
Brownlee , Xeo.
* \ rattle branded as
in c-.t on left
side. Some
branded II T V
on k-ft hip. Kange
on North Loup
river , two mil s
west of Brewnlee
John Kills Plenty.
Francis Mis-
inn , Rosebud.
e branded
sin cut ; horses
ame or Jjvj on
ft thigh , Kanee
etween Spring
and Little
IThite river.
Co-umbus ! Man Injured.
Columbus , Neb. , Jan. 11. Wi
chroeder , who fell frora the cornice
the new high school building at
'tillerton , a distance of about fifty
ect , was brought to this city , as his
larents reside here. While his condi-
icn is very serious , hopes , are enter-
ained for his recovery.
Rebels Taken. Honduran Port.
Puerto Cortez. Honduras , Jan. IL
report has reached here that the
evolutionary forces of General Man-
Eonilla have captured Tela-a port
the gulf ccast of Honduras , and
marching on Ceiba.
Pp.tisrene Etectsd Senator in Ohio.
Columbus , O. , Jan. 11. Lieutenant
overnor Atlee Pomerene t7as elected
tailed Stotes senator by the vote of
very Democratic member of the legis-
Albert WLipple & Sons.
Rosebud S , D.
Cattle branded
SOS on left aide
OSO on rlirhtside
Some cattle also
have af on seek
Some with A. on.
left shoulder and'
some branded
with two bars ,
across hind nuar-
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ i _ teis. Some Texas'
cattle branded O ou left side and some ;
on left side.
Horses branded SOS on left hip. Some cattle
b-anded AW r > ar connected on both sides and
loft hip of horses
D. M. Sears.
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Kennedy'Nebr. '
Cattle branded
o3on.cut.lefi side f
Some on left hip.
Horses same on
left shoulder.
Range Square
Nebraska Land and Feeding Co.
3artlett Richards Pres Will G Comstocki VvP.
Chas C Jamison Bec&Treas
Cattle branded'
any part of animal :
also the following
brands :
branded tbft
same *
Range betweea
Gordon on the FJ3.
&M. V.B. R.-ard
Hvannis on B & M. R.R. in Northwestern Nebr.
RARTt.KTT Kir.IlAUna. EILswonh. Nebr
Sawyer Bros.
Oasis , Nebr
0.1C. Sawyer ' , . . . „
charae of theee'
cnttle. n rsei.
der. Somel
left side. . . ,
Horses !
same left thfgh.
Kange on Snake
Metzger Bros.
Koife Nebr
Cattle branded
anywhere on left
Earmark , square
crop right ear.
Horses have
same brand on
e/t thigh.
Range on Gordon and Snake Creeks.
A ' Reward of $250 will b ? paid to any ptrsoritor
'information leading to the arrest and final
conviction of any person or. persona stealing
* with al > nvw brand. " "
J. A. Taryan. :
Pullman , Nebr
'Cattle branded'JY
on right side
Horses braodetf JY
on right shoulder-
Heasonable tjsward
lor any information
leading to the- re
covery of cattle
strayed from .tny
range. * -
Alsn Include Hearts and Bodies ItrDoc-
ument Filed to Secure Payment'cf $23.
Gcdsdcn , Ala. , Jan. 11. Rosio- Par
ker and Annie \Yarden , negro women ,
mortgaged "hecit , body and soui" to
W. L. .Lampkin , a negro merchactrfor
? 20 worth oFdry gooas purchased.'by
them. The mortgage was filed in'the
clerk's oSIce of the probate court -bore.
No ntner security is mentioned in the
paper. Although such a mortgage is
not legally binding , all parties toithe
contract appeared perfectly satisfied.
Commander John F. Lufay Dead.
Washington , Jan. 11. Commander
John-R Luby of the protected cruisar
Des Moines died on board that" vessel
in the Vicinity of Cape Verde islands.
fTae navy department , vras sdvised : of
Commander Luby's death in a dis
patch received from the excessive .of-
ficeV of the Des Moine&