Valentine Democrat. (Valentine, Neb.) 1900-1930, June 08, 1911, Image 4
VALENTINE DEMOCRAT GEORGE M. GASKILL , Editor and Manager. A Weekly Newspaper published every Thurs day at Valentine , Nebras. Subscription - 81.50 Per Year Local Notices , 5cper line per issue Entered at the 1'ostolflce at Valentine , Xeb. Tor transmission through the mails , as see-out class matter. Thursday , June S , 1911. Court will be in session June 12 The thirty-ninth annual conven tion of the State Press Associatior is in session this week iu Omaha President Taft opposes any a roendment to-the Canadian reci procity agreement. lie does it ii very affective language , and sayi it is all right as it is. Attorney General Martin has ruled that a county assessor is t < be elected in Sheridan county thi : fall. Some time ago the county assessor resigned and the county commissioners appointed a man t < fill the vacancy. In this case th < attorney general holds that the ap pointment is good only until th < next election. j. Owen Evans , representativt from Stark county in Jhe Ohi < legislature , has plead guilty to ai indictment charging him with ac cepting a $100 bribe from L. C Miller , a loan agent of Akron , ir connection with a bill to regulate the loan companies. He was finec $500 by Judge Kinkead. Evans will tell all he knows about tin bribery scandal to the grand jury Under New Management. With this issue The Democra came under my charge as edito ; and manager. 1 will give tin people of Cherry county a brigh and newsy democratic paper. Ii fact I want to make it somethini to be looked lor each Thursday not for the sensational news that i might contain , but for the loca happenings , court house and stat < news , country correspondence anc advertisements. Personalities. s ( far as injuring the character o any law abiding citizen , will not be tolerated , nor will I use the col umns of the paper as a club agains aay one whom I may personally dislike. The Democrat will not pleas < all of the people all of the time , No paper can. Be liberal in youi condemnations. Remember you are only one of the many hundreds of readers , and what displeases you may have the opposite effect upon your neighbor. Yes , be lib eral. GEORGE M. GASKILL. Democrats of Northwest Meet at Si Paul. Minn. Last Thursday night about 800 democrats , representing the pro gressive element of the party in the northwest , gathered about the banquet tables in the auditorium to celebrate the victory of the dem ocratic party in the last state elec tions throughout the United States. Well known democrats from Minn esota , Iowa , North and South Da kota , Missouri and Nebraska were present. The delegation from North Dakota launched a well de fined boom for Governor Burke of North Dakota as the vice president candidate next year. The Iowa delegates also supported Mr. Burke. The speakers were W. J. Bryan , Governor Burke , Former Governor Polk o ! Missouri , Con gressman Hammond of Minnesota and'J. E. O'Connor of Iowa. Mr , Bryan in his address praised Gov ernor Burke and Former Gover nor Folk of Missouri , referring to them as candidates for the presi dency and said should either be nominated he would work in their behalf. The Phelps Photo Studio is " * the first Wednesday-and Thursday in each month. . 16fcf : ki The government printing office recently installed two large press es for printing postal cards. Each is capable of turning out 2,200,000 complete postals in an eight hour working day. The two presses are turning out between 3,500,000 and -1,000,000 cards a day , six days a week , this output being required to keep pace with the correspond ence of the American people. Newspaper Men Enjoy an Outing. Saturday morning several mem bers of the Elkhorn Valley Edi torial Association went to Hackberry - berry Lake on a fishing trip. Gee A. Miles of the Holt County In dependent , A. H. Backhaus of the Pierce County Leader , E. F. Hughes and -Elmer Bight of the Norfolk Daily News , F. E. Cochran - ran of the Carpenter Paper Co. , I. M. Rice , former editor of The Valentine Democrat , and son Law rence , comprised the party. They returned to Valentine Sunday night. It is said that Mr. Miles holds the record for the largest fish caught , and that no one could beat Mr. Backhaus eating blue- gills. Mr. Cochran of course told the biggest stories as is his habit. This outing will not be consider ed a regular meeting of the Elkhorn - horn Valley Editorial Association to be held in Valentine ; they will be here in regular session the first Saturday in June-1912. Special Term of The District Court. A special term of the district court for Cherry county was held on Wednesday , Judge Westover presiding. Eleven cases were dis posed of at this terra. Robt , M. Eaddis vs Annie Fad- dis. Divorce. The court found in in favor of the plaintiff and a de cree of absolute divorce was grant ed , with custody of the minor child. Occidental Building and Loan Association vs Geo. A. Corbin et al. Foreclosure. Motion con fessed and security for cases giv en. Defendants to answer in twenty days. Application of Wm. E. Haley , guardian . of Amelia Hoffman , to 4. sell real estate. Sale confirmed and deed ordered. In the matter of Edward D. Parry guardian , for sale of real estate. Sale confirmed and deed ordered. Application of Wm. E. Haley , guardian , for sale of real estate. Sale confirmed and deed order ed. Robert Robinson vs. Lester Be- bout. and David Be bout , deceased. Foreclosure. C. A. Ruby was ap pointed guardian ad vitem for minor heirs. Hugh H. Baxter vs James A. Wilson et al. Confirmed. Sale anddecree set aside. H. 0. Jelineck vs John Clark et al. Foreclosure. Confirmed. James N. Dunlap vs Blaine Anderson et al. Foreclosure. Confirmed. A. M. Isenhart vs Elizabeth Dayton nee Lizxie Christie , John O. Shelby et al. Foreclosure. Confirmed. Obituary. Obijah Morey was born in Peachum , Vt. , Oct. 26 , 1S824 and died in Valentine on Saturday , June 3 , 1911 ; aged 86 years , 8 months , 8 days. Mr. Morey mov ed to Illinois in 1814 : where he was married to Harriett J. Webster on March 21 , 1852. From Illinois the family came to Key a Paha county , Nebraska , in 1881. For bhe past seven years he made his borne with his son , O. W , Morey and family. Mrs. Morey died last September. The funeral was held from his late residence Sunday afternoon , Rev. Parsons conducting the ser vices. Interment was in Mount ETope cemetery. The Phelps Photo Studio is open , he first Wednesday and Thursday n each month. 16tf Laundress wanted at Lake View bfer at Wood Lake , tfebj. 22 TAILOR MADE CLOTHES are the kind you should wear. They cost but little more than the hand- me-down article and are infinitely su perior. Come and inspect samples. Shirtwaist Patterns , Underskirts , Hatpins , Broaches , Barretts ; Belt Pins , Side & Back Combs I Complete Line of Millinery | in the latest and most popu = lar shapes. o We are Making Special Prices o& Hair Goods. Johnson's Millinery. fc Are You Every one should be protected in a reliable company. I represent tne Columbia Ifire Insurance Co. of Omaha and the Com monwealth of New York. Both of these companies are safe and sound : For Life Insurance , the Merchants Life Insurance Co. of Burlington , la. , put out a policy that is hard to equal by other companies. Call me up , Phone 92 , and I will explain the advantages these companies offer. J. W. SHEPARD , Agent. CRAWFORD'S QUARTO-CENTENNIAL And Grand Fourth of July Celebration In Crawford's Beautiful Electric Lighted Park Four liiU1 0 Q A , Recreation Big Days J u 'J " " 'Tr. Fun and Frolic PONCO , THE DIVING HORSE , born and reared on the broad prairies of the northwest , a home product will dive from a platform , erected 35 feet in the air , into a vat of water at Crawford's Quarto-Centennial on July 1 and 2 , and two performances on July 4 , at Crawford's-beautiful city park. This feat alone is worth ' your visit , but there'will be much more. Col. Dodd , Commander of Ft. llobinson , will give a full dress parade and drill at the park , in which his entire army WJU join. There will be relay , hippodrome , cbariott , hurdle , rescue , running , trotting and pacing races ; bronco breaking contest , steer riding contests , steer roping contests. In fact there will be one continuous "something Doing" from early Saturday morning until late Tuesday night. Sunday will be set apart for re ligious services in the big tent at the park , in which all denominations of the city will join. Speakers of note , as well as famous singers , have been engaged for this day. All the races are open to the world no one barred. Get a program and you will be convinced that Crawford is going to properly observe its 25th birthday. AH trains will be met by one or more brass bands and a hearty welcome will await you. Come For information regarding prizes , programs , camp privileges in the , park , etc. , write the secretary. Roy Crowder , Sec. Arah L. Hungerford , Pres. Merriman. Mrs. J. F. Naylor and daughter , Esther were Gordon visitors last Friday. John Sanders and family were callers in town Monday. Margaret Baldwin is spending a part-of her summer vacation with her father. Wm. Slade spent Sunday in Gor don with John Larson , \vhoisthere for medical treatment. Mrs. Eugene French of Hay Springs is here visiting relatives and friends. Jennie Bennett returned home last week from Nenzel where she has been teaching the past year. The Angler Bros , show made th-ur fifth annual visit to our city Mon day and as usual a large crowd as sembled. The play was interesting and exciting. A. free concert was given both morning and evening by their band. * It seems as though some people enjoy robbing the poor Kinkaiders who are endeavering to improve their homes and meet the require ments of the law. We cannot help hut think they have & 'ome object in view for doing this , but let them take care ere these Kinkaiders ex pose them to the public. Ti yo pa sa , pronounced Tee yo pa shah , is the name of the store where you can buy- the latest Har em or Trouserette skirt , the new est hot weather ? waists and low shoes. . - Absolutely Pure The only baMng powder mssfa from Ro aa Grape © psam of Tartar NO AUMJHUME PHOSPHATE Order of Hearing on Petition for Appointment of Administrator. In the county court of Ohcrry county , Ne braska. State of Nebraska. ) County of Cherry , i To the heirs and to nil persons interested In the estate of Thomas E. JJowell. deceased : On reading the petition of S. K. V. Ken- ilison and Tujirietta E. Dcnvell. praying that the administration of said estate be. granted toV. . \V. Alt as administrator : It is hereby ordered that you. and all per sons interested in saiil matter , may , and do , appear at the county court to be held in and for said county , on the 17th day of June IH11 , at 10 o'clock a. m. , to show cause , if any there be. why the prayer of the petitioner should not be "ranted , and that notice of eDiier.ty of said pctitiou and that -the ng thereof he giv-33. to all persons later- in tald matter by publish ing a copy of this order iu Tiie "V alentine Democrat , a vveeklv sev.-spaper priaxci in said count . for three successive weeks prior to said duy of hearing. Witness my hand and ths seal of said court this 81st day of May , mil. . [ SEAI , ] . JAMES 0. QUIGLET , ; 'I a - Couuty Judge. Not Selling Out L\ \ We desire to announce that we are not clos ing out , but are still selling the very best goods at reasonable prices. ' Our line of John Deere Implements , Yelie Buggies , Moline-and Davenport Holler Bearing Wagons and Samson Windmills is complete and priced right. We also have a large stock of lumber , lime , Wall Plaster , Cement , Brick , Sash , Doors , etc. Is it not good policy to patronize a firm who expects to continue in business and intends to -handle the same line of goods for years to come. We never advertise so-called bargains because we have always had our goods priced right. Valentine Lumber Co. A. E. Morris. W. W. Morrissey. Dr. C. VV. Noyes. A NEW STORE In Crookston , Neb. With new prices , which are the lowest for good business. My stock consists of Dry Goods , Groceries , Shoes and 5 and 10 cent bargains. You are invited to call and \ make this your home store. Highest pric es paid for produce. Come and get ac quainted. Q. M. Tracy. E 2nd Building South the Bank. Crookston , Neb. Rosebud Stage Line D. A. WHIPPLE , Propr Valentine Headquarters at the Chicago House Rosebud " " " Rosebud Hotel Leave Valentine at 8 o'clock every morning , Sundays excepted. Arrive at Eosebud at 2 o'clock p. m. Leave Eosebud at 8 o'clock every morning , Sundays excepted. Arrive at Valentine at 2 o'clock p. m. Dinner at Britt at 11 o'clock a. m. Special attention to passengers , baggage and \ express or packages. Leave orders at headquarters or at the Eed Front store. D. A. Whipple. W o * e i Go to the * S i L Stock Exchange Saloon VALENTINE'S PURE LIQUOR CENTER Walther F. A. Meltendorff , Propr. Bathing and Swimming AT LAKE MINNECHADUZAf f \ > t Dressing Eooms and Bathing JSuits for everyone. Toboggan slide. Spring boards. .DIE R. SHELDON - MANAGER , I * ' j Sprains require careful treatment. Keep quiet and apply Chamberlain's Lin iment freely. It "will remove tha sore ness and quickly restore the $ arts to a healthy condition. For sale by Chap man , the druggist. Never leave home on a journey with out a bottle ot Chamberlain's Colic , * Cholera and DJarrhoeaMleiafedy. It is\ ' almost certain to ba seeded and- cannot \ ! ' - * * i be obtained when on board the'cars' r \ * \ ' steamships , ' For sale by-Chapman , thi * J " drp gist. V"