Valentine Democrat. (Valentine, Neb.) 1900-1930, June 08, 1911, Image 8

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General'Merchandise , Hats , Caps , Boots
and Shoes , Notions and Furnishing
Goods. Flour and Feed. : = : : = : : = :
Wood Lake , Nebraska
Livery , Feed
Sales Stable
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Wood Lake , Nebraska e
§ Special Attention to Hunting and Fishing Parties. | J
ryyrrirs ' resmrtfir
( Successor to Wolker it Lyons )
Wood Lake , Nebraska
Am still doing driving and freighting. Special attention to hunting
and fishing parties.
( Successor to Ed Young. )
Full line of G-rqceries and Dry Goods ,
Millinery Goods and Ladies' Furnish
ings. Boots and Shoes. Hosiery.
Men's -Clothing and Furnishings
Wood Lake = Nebraska
Satisfaction guaranteed and prices reasonable. Thirty years ex
perience in the Eastern states. Will go to any part of the State.
Write me , or dates can be made at this office.
F. J. WILSEY , Auctioneer
Box 826 Rosebud , South Dakota
Boots , Shoes , Dry
Goods , Hats , Caps ,
s a delight to all housekeepers -
Millinery , Groceries * keepers who take pride
m the cake they bake5 for
Entertainments , Weddings
and Provisions. and all Social Functions.
Qnco in your home you will
continue to use it. A trial
GRAIN FEED | . package will convince you
Try it and tell your friends.
.Costs only 2c per Cake.
Wood Lake Nebraska
Judge Walcott of Valentine was
at the Memorial exercises at the
! i Center school house and cemetery ,
Tuesday and delivered the address
of the day. There was a crowd of
150 or more people from the sur
rounding country , several of
whom drove out from Merriman.
The exercises are reported as very
good , arkUthe Judge favored the
audience with a fine address. We
' . . > Temark right here that it has al
ways seemed a pleasure to Mr.
Walcott to mingle witu the people
at gatherings of this kind. An
other noticeable feature about this
entertainment is the fact that it
was the only place in Cherry
coilnty that observed the day with
. . .
' with
< * * - an'appropriate program we
r < believe the possible exception of which point we under
stand there was a similar enter
tainment. Co'dj Cow Boy.
f-a - r >
Read "Crawford's Quarto-Cen
tennial" advertisement elsewhere
in these columns. It clear'y
demonstrates that Crawford is
again in the swim this year with a
pace-setting celebration that de
fies competition. With its beauti
ful electric lighted city park , its
enviable position from a railroad
standpoint , backed by the co
operation of Col. Dodd and hi&
army at Port Eobinson , Crawford
easily outstrips all competitors in
giving of carnivals and celebra
tions. . They claim that their
"Quarto-Centennial" this year
will out rival even their own past
efforts. It is an old saying among
the'people'of the northwest towns
and cities- that "if you want to
have a right * real good time go
to Crawford. " .Read their display
advertisement. .
Junior Normal Notes.
A communication received by
Principal Jean from Dr. Beattie ,
who is principal of the North Platte
Junior Normal , reports 74 students
in attendance.
The attendance in Miss Gordon's
model school is very gratifying.
Valentine parents have always given
hearty co-operation in educational
matters and their readiness to send
pupils for the model school is great
ly appreciated. '
Tuesday evening Mr. and "Mrs.
L. C. Sparks entertained State Inspector
specter Gregory , the Normal faculty
and the Misses Nelson , Carlson and
Harris , at six o'clock dinner. The
hospitality of Mr. and Mrs. Sparks
is unbounded and the guests re
mained until a late hour , enjoying
a most delightful evening.
The Normal was pleasantly sui-
prised Tuesday morning to' have
State Inspector Gregory here for a
day's visit. At chapel hour , Mr.
Gregory gave an address in which
he enthusiastically set forth the
pleasures of being in Valentine ,
closing with words of encourage
ment and inspiration to the pupils
Mr. Gregory is always a welcome
guest in Valentine and it is hoped
that he may be able to visit the Nor
mal again during the bummer.
The Valentine Junior Normal opened -
pened Monday Tune 5 , with bright
prospects for a most profitable ses
sion. Six instructors have charge
of the work while Miss Thackrey ,
County Supt. , attends to registra
tion. Supt. Jones of Ord , principal
of the Normal , took hold of the
work of organization in a masterly
way that at once proved him a lead
er. The other instructors , Miss
Go rcion and Miss Van Driel of Val
entine , Supt. Craig of Eandolph ,
Mr. Jean and Mr. Marcellus of
Lincoln are enthusiastic about their
work and loud in their praise of the
commendable attitude of the nor
mal students toward their woik.
Card of Thanks.
We wish to thank the mauy
friends who assisted us during the
long sickness and after the death
of our mother , Mrs. Sarah Eliza
beth Brown.
Louisa George ,
Mary Hudson ,
Stella Eaton ,
Florence McCrea ,
Henry Brown.
Card of Thanks.
We wish to express our heart
felt thanks tothe friends and
neighbors who so kindly assisted
us during the sickness and burial
of our beloved father.
Mrs. Jennie Malone ,
Mrs. Cora McKcan ,
O. W. Morey ,
S. R. Morey.
George Cutler , an experienced
painter from Valentine , has lo-
cited in Neligh and is now engag
ed in giving the Commercial Ho
tel a new coat cf paint. His high
class workmanship has already
procured him a number of other
engagements so we may count him
a valuable addition to our list of
local paint brush artists. Neligh
For Bent : July 1 , the Crookston
Hotel , Crookston , Nebr. For par
ticulars call on or address Mrs.
E. M. McDonald , Valentine , Nebr.
The Phelps Photo Studio is open
the first Wednesday and Thursday
in each month. 16tf
Dr. M. F. Meer has decided to
visit Wood Lake the first Monday
and Tuesday of each.month to do
dental work. JKf (
Estrayed from my place in - Valentine
entine Sunday , June 4 , one tall
gray mare , branded J = H on left
shoulder and xS on right shoulder.
Weight about 1,200. Finder
please notify Forest P. Shepard ,
Valentine , Nebr.
St. Nicholas' " Qhurch.
Services will be held at the
Catholic church V as follows ; .
In "Arabia orf Saturday , J une\10 ,
In Valentino on { Sunday , June
lith. 1st mass at S ; 2nd-at 10. In
struction for children at 3.
" Leo M.
Fire Commissioner Issues Time
ly Warning to Re&iaskans ,
Calls Attention to Casualties of Old-
Fashioned Fourth and Says Time Is
Now to Think of Character of Cele
Lincoln , June 7. Fire Commission
er Charles A. Randall issued a bul
letin relating to a sane Fourth oi ; July
celebration for Nebraskaas. In it the
fire commissioner calls attention to
the casualties of the old fashioned
celebration and urges the people to
spend less for powder and more for
less dangerous things. The bulletin ,
in part , reads as lollov/s :
"On July 4. 1910 , there were 2,923
persons injured , of which 131 died ;
67 deaths were due to tetanus and 19
were caused outright by firearms ; 11
by explosions of powder bombs or tor
pedoes ; 6 by cannon or similar con
trivances ; there were 72 cases of lock
jaw ; 40 people lost their sight ; 26 lost
arms , legs or hands ; 141 lost fingers ,
while 26 , mostly little girls , were
burned to death by fire from fireworks.
This is a startling showing , but it has
been materially reduced since 1903 ,
when there vere nearly double tha
number injured and four times as
many lives lost. The reduction in in
juries and fatalities has largely been
brought about by the calling of the
attention of mothers and fathers and
of the dealers in these deadly explo
sives to the results that attend them
when placed in the hands of inexperi
enced persons.
/'The officers and business men of
every town in this state should see to
it that everything of an inflammable
nature is removed to prevent a con
flagration and the destruction of prop
erty by careless use of fireworks and
explosives. In several states city and
village councils have passed ordi
nances forbidding the use of explo
sives within the city or village limits.
It is not too late for councils to enact
ordinances that will prevent the sale
and use of th se dangerous articles at
the coming Fourth of July and I ur
gently ask that you give this matter
careful attention , as it will not only
save thousands of dollars' worth of
property , but will prevent the loss of
life and limb In the state. "
Safest for
is a pure , hygienic , cleanser
entirely Iree from acids , caustics
and alkali. Avoid dangerous
chemical cleansers Old Dutch
is a mechanical cleanser. Its
fine particles quickly loosen and
remove all "grease and burn
without leaving' scratch
on the surface , Use it
on the floors , wood
work and metal
work all over
the house.
uses and
Full Directions
en largeSifter-cazi
Happiest Girl in lancolii.
A Lincoln , Neb. , girl writes , ' 'I hatl-
been ailing fpr some time with chronic
: onstipation and stomach trpnble. I be
jan taking Chamberlain's Stomach , andv
Livef Tablets and in three days I wa.
ible to be up aud got better right along.
[ r m the proudest girl in Lincoln to find
mcb. a good medicine. " For sale by
, the druggist.
Furniture and Paints and Oils , Cattle
Undertaking Goods Dip , Stock Foods , etc.
on Bros
Lumber , ' Machinery , Hard
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
General Hardware ,
Wagons and
Machinery. . . .
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A complete line of
- -
Harness and Saddles
Household and Kitchen Furniture
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Lumber and Fence Posts-
E. M. Faddis & Co
Postofflce address Valentine or Kennedy.
Some branded
tgsz on left
Dorses branded
or thiph
Some Some
branded on right . _ .
'MI left or shoulder. „
or thi h
P. H. Young- .
Simeon. Nebr.
Cattle branded
as cut on lefc aide
Some ( X.yon left
on left jaw of
V on Gordon Creek north of Simeon.
N. S. Eowley.
Kenueaj , - Aeuraska.
Same as cut on left ,
tide ami hip , and on
left shoulder of hor-
ies. AlsoBJoM on
'eft Bide
V X on leit side
tome cat-S
'le brcim- . _
( either side up ) on
'eft side or hip. p on left jaw and left shoulder
) f horses , LU
LUQ on left hip of horses.
"M"on left Jaw of horses
C. P. Jordan.
Rosebud , SD
Horses and cattle
same as cut ; 'also
CJ BE JJ on right
Range on Oak and
Butte creeks.
A literal reward
for information
leading to detection
of mailers of stock
earinjjany of these brands.
E. M. Terrill , Propr.
Bro-.vnlee , Neo.
Tattle branded as
in c-t : on left
side. Some
branded li. T V
on left hip. Range
on North Loup
liver , two miles
west of Urowulee
? t Francis Mis-
Uon , Hosebud ,
5. D.
is Cattle in cut ; branded horses J K P
innie or .H\t * on
eft thigh. Kange
letween Spring
J'k and Little
vVhite river.
Albert Whipple & Sons. \
Eosebud S , J ) .
Cattle branded
SOS on left side
O8O on rlebtsldo
Some cattle also
have a 4on neck
Some with A on
left shoulder and
some branded
with two bars
across hind qnar-
iters. Borne Texas
cattle branded s O on left side and somej
on left side.
Horses branded SOS on left -tilri. Some cattle
branded AW t ar connected on both sides and
left hip of horses '
1) . Mi Sears.
Kennedy , Nebr.
Cattle branded
as on cut.Ieft side
Some on left hip.
Horses same on
left shoulder ,
Range Square
Nebraska Land ana Feeding Co.
3artlett Rlcharrts Pres Will G Comstock , V. P.
Ghas G Jamison Sec&Treas
Cattle branded oa
any part of animal ;
also the following
brands :
-Bange betwees
Gordon on the F.E.
&M. V..B.B. and
Hyannis on B & .M. R.R. In Northwestern Nebr
BATtTLETT KIOHARDS. Ellsworth. Nehr i
Sawyer Bros.
Oasis , Nebr
G. 1C. Sawyer has
charge of these
cattle. If n > ea
I * Son left shoul
der. Somel
left side.
same left thigh.
3Range on Snake
river. . i *
Metzger Bros.
Cattle branded
anywhere on left
Earmark , square
crop right ear.
Horses have
same bracd on
eft thigh.
HKC on Gordon and .Snake Creeks.
A Reward of $250 will be j-aid to any person for
information leading to the arrest and final
conviction of any person or. persons stealing
" " * * ' with altnv > brand.
J.A.Taryan. .
Pullman , Nebr
Cattle branded JY
on rightside
Horses branded JY
on right shoulder
Seasonable reward
for any Information
. leading to the re
covery of cattle
strayed from my
n p
iMTHFMinniF.wFSTl MclTeer & Carroll
Dealers - Valentine
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