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About Valentine Democrat. (Valentine, Neb.) 1900-1930 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 16, 1911)
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VALENTINE STATE BANK
Fine Rooted Trees
Acclimated and varieties adapted
tq Northwestern Nebraska ,
prospects are for good"fruit
. .crop next year. Trees are full , of
' " 'fruit ' buds now.
t j 1 Buds are formed in August of
tbis year for next year's crojp.
If ground is dry npwgive\ybur ;
young trees bucket water each./
Catalog .upon request. ' . " . * . - .
4KW7 .CRAMER , Local ; Agerit , :
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Boyd Nurseries and Fruit
Ainsworth , Nebraska
Loup Valley Hereford - Ranch ,
C. H. FAULHABER A SONS , BROWNLEE , NEB.
Herd headed by S. G. Columbus 17 ,
No. 160050 , and Climax 2 , No. 289-
; 822 ; also , Kelvin , No. S27072 , reg ,
Bulls : for Sale at All Times.
f.W. . H. Strattbn
ii FLOUK & FEED
* 2 General Merchandise
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' , j.- ' cor. Hall , & Cath. Valentine , Nebr.
to. A. RUBY
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over T. C. Hornby's store , Main
* Street entrance.
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s over Red Front store
Big Alfalfa Show t J
MONDAY , FEBRUARYTO , ALL DAY
The C. & N , W.By. . officials
have decided to bring their big
alfalfa show , recently given in
! Oraaba , to Valentine. They come
here February 20 , on No. 6 , and
will be here- all day. The show
| will be held in a building and.
open about 2 p. m.
Prof. Hunt and others are to
Passenger trains .No's 5 and 6
will stop at all stations to allow
people to come to this meeting.
Valentine ought to have two
thousand men here to see this big
alfalfa show. They stop only at
Buffalo Gap , Valentine and 'Nor
folk. Everybody should make arrangements - ;
rangements to be here and spend
the day with the railway officials
and learn what alfalfa will do for
Tell all your neighbors and come
to .Valentine Monday , February
20. Come arid see this.
A. H. Slees and his whiskers
were in town last Friday.
Frank Grooms is building a
nest east of-the school house.
Mike Davis is building a home
southeast of the school house.
J. F. McKenna of Wood Lake
ciled ! on us yesterday while in
town on business.
Dock Grooms and Charley Wolff
were initiated into the .M. W. A.
last night. The attendance was
good. There are two candidates
for next meeting night , March 1.
Miss Maud Rayla , as pianist as-
sited by Ed ward Kreiser , baritone
and Miss Dorothy Smith accom-
paniest , , entertained a Lincoln
audience with a musical program
on Feb. 1st.
S. G. Roub and S. E. Smith of
Wood Lake ; Frank , Andrews , liv
ing west of Valentine ; C. C. Stig-
litz , or "Innocence Abroad , " ' and
ye editor enjoyed a pleasant after
noon last Saturday at THE DEMO
CRAT office playing checkers angl
The weather prognosticator was
off again. Fair weather flag yes
terday and ground covered with
snow this morning. Still snowing.
This morning the blue flag went
up which may bft all right in Oma
ha but 2i hours late here. Build
big battle ships and guess at the
Who wants a nice home a good
easy living ? 40 acres , all in the
valley of the beautiful Minnecha-
du a , creek flowing through , one
corner , soil rich and deep , shelter
ed by hills on the north and south.
This is an ideal place for garden
farming , fruit and chickens. Geol
building location facing southeast ,
where stone chicken house can be
built in the hill with front on
level. 400 egg Cyphers' Incuba
tor at half price to go with this
deal. A bargain. Get busy.
I. M. KICE , Valentine , Neb. 6 4
For Bald Heads.
A Treatment That Costs
Nothing If It Fails ,
We want you to try three large
bottles of Eexall " 93" Hair Tonic
on our personal guarantee that the
trial will not cost you a penny if it
does'not give you absolute satisfac
tion. That's proof of our faith in
this remedy , and it should in
disputably demonstrate that we
know what we are talking about
when we say that Eexall " 93" Hair
Tonic will grow hair on bald heads ,
except where haJdness has been of
such long duration that the roots
of the hair are entirely dead , the
follicles closed and grown over , and
the scalp is glaxed.
Remember , we are basing our
statements upon what .has .already
been accomplished by the use t > f
Eexall " 93" Hair Tonic , and we
have the right to assme that what
it has done for thousands of others
it will do for yon. In any event
you cannot lose anything by giving
it a trial on our liberal guarantee.
Two sizes oOc and § 1.00. Eemem-
her , you can obtain Eexall Berne-
dies in this community only at our
store The Eexall Store. tJhap-
man , The Druggist.
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Summer Hotel Is Falling Into Sea.
Hoquiam , Wash. , Feb. 15. The sum
mer hotel at Mpclips , containing 325
rooms , one-half of which was washed
Into the sea. probably will have to be
abandoned as a large part of the re
maining wing is hanging orer the"
water and may fall with high Hide.
The sea wall has collapsed and the
ocean has cut away more than 106
feet of the land behind the" wall , .
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I will sell at public action at my place , 10 miles northwest of Valentine , on Tuesday ,
Commencing at 10 a. m. sharp , the following property :
Consisting of Tspan of rnares , 10 years old , weight 2300 pounds , one is with foal ; 1 span of mares , 10 years
old , weight 2300 pounds ; ! span of geldings , 9 years old , weight 2200 pounds ; ! heavy work team , one is
with foal ; 6 .two = year = old colts , 1 yearling colt , 4 suckling colts , all halter broke.
Consisting of 3 extra good milch cows , 1 yearling heifer , 1 extra good yearling bull , 2 heifer , calves.
Consisting of 1 eight-footiMcCorniick binder , 1 six-foot McCormick mower , 1 hay sweep , 1 hay rack-.4 ? steel
drag , 1 wood drag , 3. corn sleds , 1 sled corn cutter , 3 stirring plowstworow corn sled , 1 John 'Deere 'Disk ,
1 walking cultivator , 3 riding "cultivators , 1 two-row John Deere lister , 1 one-horse grain drill , 1 Hoosier drill
( good as new ) , 1 "check rowqorn planter , 1 endgate seeder ( new ) , 3 patent endgates , 1 two-horse power , 1 potato
planter , 3 wagons ( one nearly new ) , 1 top buggy , 1 spring wagon , 4 sets'heavy work harness , 1 set light'harness ,
1 saddle , H miles two-wire fence , about 30GO feet of mixed lumber , several piles of kindling , some corn and oats ,
50 bushels of choice Early Ohio seed potatoes , 10 bushels , brome grass seed , 8 or 10 loads of cobs , about 10r tons
of hay , 2" straw stacks , 6jUozeh chickens'household goods and other * articles too numerous to mention. .
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TERMS OF SALE' ne years ll be given ° n notes of approved security on sums over' $10 All
ii.iiifat ? vi vjnii sums Of $10 or under , cash.5 per cent discount on sums over $10. ' ' ' ' ' '
I have sold my farm and am going to move away.
Col. T. W. Cramer Auct. W. E. Cleirk
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Omaha Convict in Penitentiary Has
Novel Method of Escape.
Lincoln , Feb. 13. An attempt to es
cape from the penitentiary by cutting
an artery and then pretending to be
dead was made by Carl Reynolds , an
Omaha mail sent up for burglary.
Reynolds , who has only about two
more years to serve , was found lying
in a pool of blood. He seemed to be
dead and the coroner was called.
Coroner Mathews found the body
warm and a few simple tests convinced -
vinced him that the man was still
alive. Reynolds was soon revived , an
spite of loss of blood , and will recover.
The wounds in his arm , seem to
have been made with a spoon and a ,
piece of wire which had been sharpened - '
ened on the cement floor. He' had
been placed in the solitary for show
ing signs of insanity and making
threats of murder. A long knife was
found in his shoe. The warden and
guards believe because of this knife
he probably had planned'not to die ,
but to recover and make his escape
with the aid of this weapon , after he
had been removed from the prison.
JOHN F. PORA.TH
ItURGE , NEB.
Tubular Wells and Windmills
Call me up by phone
JOHN D. EATON
Light and Heavy Draying
C Furniture and pianos handled ! J ;
i ; in a careful manner. Coal
! * hauled and trunks and grips
a specialty. Phone No. 48.
The Chicago House
JIM FELCH , Propr.
Call on me for rooms and
Valentine - Nebraska
Old Crow , All 'Leading
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Hermitage Brands * .i ;
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Rye of ttiev : ?
Whiskeys. TJ.S.Oby. :
We also handle the Budweiser Beer. v
THE PALACE SALOON ,
HENRY STETTER , Propr.
Notice to Creditors.
Inhe rounty Court witbiii and for Cherry
county , Nebraska ,
In the matter of the estate of Ludwiek Eock.
To the creditors of ssi'd ' estate :
You are hereby notified. That f will sit at the
Couut > Cou't Kooni In Valentine' ' said county
on the mill day of March , 1911 ,
to receive and examine rill cl ims against
said estate , with a view to their adjnptmf nt and
allowance. The time limited for the presenta
tion of claims auainst said estate is six months
from the 10th dav of Sept. A. l . IQlO.aml the
time limited for pavmnut ol deMs.is one year
from said loth day of Set temuer. 1010.
Witness my hand an J the seal fsad !
SEAL County I ourt this ICth day nf Feb.
v 1911. JAMES C. QUIGLEY ,
6 4 County Judge.
Order of Hearing and Notice on Petition for
Settlement of Account.
In the county court of Cherry county , Ke-
STATE OF NEBRASKA , I
County of Cherry. f 33
To the heirs and nil persons interested in
the estnte of Floyd Andersdeceased :
On rendlnftthe petition of Floyd AV. Pool ,
praying n final settlement and allow
ance of his account filed in this court on th -
Irtth day of August , 1910 , and for a decree
It is hereby ordered that you and all per
sons Interested in said matter may , ami do ,
appear at the county court to be held in and
for said county , on the JJrd day of March ,
A. D. , 11)11 ) , ut 10 o'clock a. in. , to show cause ,
if any there be , why the prayer of the pe
titioner should not be granted , and that
notice of the pendency of said petition and
the hearing thereof be given to all persons
interested in said matter by publishing a-
copy of this order in The Valentine Demo
crat , a weekly newspaper printed in said
county , fof hree successive weeks prior to
said day of hearing.
I © Go to the
Stock Exchange Saloon
VALENTINE'S PURE LIQUOR CENTER
Walther F. A. Meltendorff , Propr.
"When your feet are , wet * and cold , and
yonr body chilled throngh and through
from exposure , take a big dose of Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy , bathe your
feet in hot water before going to bed ,
and you are almost certain to ward off p
severe cold. For sale by Chapman , the
"I had been troubled \vith , constipa-
| Hon for two years and tried' all of the
! best physicians in Bristol , Tenn. , and
the"I ' could do nothing for mevtites
jThos. E. Williams , MiddleborOi Ky.
i "Two packages of Chamberlain's Sfbm-
j ach and Liver Tablets cured me , " For
' aale by Chapman , the
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