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About Valentine Democrat. (Valentine, Neb.) 1900-1930 | View Entire Issue (July 27, 1911)
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I ' SPAIN'S RESTAURANT
MEALS AT ALL HOURS
Short Orders of ail Kinds , Day and Night
First Class Meals 25c.
tJtAA j At 5 5 * &
HOWE & BUONTAGNE g
Livery ? JFeed and
Sales Stable ,
Wood Lake , Nebraska
Special Attention to Hunting and Fishing Parties.
JACKSON & FISCHER
- Valentine , Nebraska
Calls Answered at All Hours
Night Phone No , 74
. Chartered as n National Bank
Chartered ns n St.-tte Bank , .
Juno 1 , 1881. Auyust 12 11)02. )
( Successor to Bank of Valentine. )
Yalentine , Nebraska.
CAPITAL - $25.000 A General Banking , Exchange
SURPLUS - 25,000 and Collection Business : : : :
Uudivided Profits 4,000
. . . , , . M. V. NICHOLSON , Onshier.
C. J. T. H. May COIINKI.T , Vice President. President. H. L.KuiiK , As > s't Cashier.
Rosebu e Line
D. A. WH1PPLE , Propr
Valentine Headquarters at the Chicago House
Rosebud " " " Rosebud Hotel
Leave Yalentine at 8 o'clock every morning ,
Arrive at Rosebud at 2 o'clock p. m.
Leave liosebud at 8 o'clock every morning ,
Arrive at Yalentine at ' 2 o'clock p. m.
Dinner at Britt at 11 o'clock a. in.
Special attention to passengers , baggage and
express or packages.
Leave orders at headquarters or at the Eed
. A. Whipple.
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 V and
make this your home store. Highest pric
es paid for produce. Come and get ac
2nd Building South the Bank. Crookston , Neb
Dr. D. W. Sumner
Two 4-room houses for rent.
I. M. Rice , tf
Fischer's Hardware sells bicyc
les and bicycle supplies of all
kinds. Repairing done promptly.
I ! Sprains require careful treatment.
Keep quiet and apply Chamberlain's Lin-
imenfc freely. It .v/ill remove the soreness -
. * * ness 'sad quickly restore -the-parts ; to a
healthy condition. For sale by
, the druggist.
Estrayed from ray pasture one
bay mare , dark tail and mane ,
weight about 1,050 pounds , brand
ed on left , shoulder ccK , and S
wrench , E , W. Vogel , 28-2p
Wanted Employment on farmer
or ranch by man and wife , and
14 year old boy. Address Harry
M. Stout , Eagle , Nebr. ' 28 2
Never leave home on a journey wit ! ? '
out a hottle of Chamberlain's Colic ,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It is
almost certain-to be needed and cannot
, be obtained when on board the cars or
j steamships. For .sale by Chapman , the
Junior Normal Notes. *
Mrs. Eaton and Mrs. McLean
were visitors Tuesday.
Misses Sparks , .McLean and
Helzer rendered a beautiful six-
han l piano selection at chapel one
day this week.
Miss Shadell of Lincoln arrived
Tuesday evening to look after the
interests of the Nebraska Teacher
at the Normal.
I. M. Downing , former state
inspector of normal training in ' i
high schools , was in town Tuesday |
and made us a visit.
The faculty and students were
delightfully entertained Tuesday
at chapeFby some select readings
given by Miss Krutz of North
western University. '
Examinations occupied Friday
and Saturday of last week , so
that no classes .were heard. An
other will be given at the close of
this week , but it is not expected
that any class work will be omit
The Principal desires to take
this opportunity to exprsss his
appreciation of the uniform loy
alty of the people of Valentine to
the best interests of the schools of
this part of the state. We have
felt constantly that we had the
support of all , and we owe them
thanks. Particularly we may
mention the board of education ,
the press , and the Commercial
Club , to which number we may
add many others whom we have
learned to think of as friends.
A most enjoyable evening was
spent by the Normal , almost in a
body , at the home of Levi Sparks
on Tuesday. The lawn , the front
porch , and poitionsof the spacious
residence were occupied by the
merry-makers who were looking
for a good time and found it. The
time was passed in games of var
ious kinds , light refreshments in
tervening. Miss Krutz favored
us with some entertaining read
ings , and Misses Sparks , Helzer ,
McLean. Baier and VanDrielgave
short selections on the piano.
This has been Institute week ,
and , as a consequence , many new
faces are among the students.
The enrollment reached 89 at the
close of the day Tuesday , three in
excess of the enrollment of 1910.
The'recitation periods are short
ened this week , thus giving addi
tional time for work more in the
line of the institute proper than
that of the normal ppu } $ be made.
Three half-hour lectures anegfren
daily at nine , ten ano ! two o'clock
by members of the faculty , these
addresses taking lip the features
of the teacher's work in detail and
from the stand point of experience.
On Monday the Institute was ad
dressed by Miss Gordon , Mr.
Jean and the Principal. On Tues
day Mr , Marcellus , Miss VanDriel
and Mr. Crago spoke. Each , in
turn , will speak ag in during the
Want a Cook
Want a Clerk
Want a Partner
Wsitf a Situation
Want a .Sefygnt Girl
Want to Sell a Fia * $
Want to Sell a Carriage
Want to SellTownProperty
Want to eJJ Your Groceries
Want to Sell Touf Hardware
Want Customers for Ay'M.n
Advertise Weekly in This Paper.
Advertising Is the Way to Success
Advertising Brians Customers
Advertising Shows Energy
Advertising Shows Pluck
Advertising Is "Biz"
Advertise or Bust
In This Paper
If you owe yourseif a suit of
clothes be sure and buy it of A.
John & Co. while they are cheap.
Millions Educated by Tuberculosis
_ Exhibitions , showing in graphic
form the prevention of consump
tion , have been shown in every
state 1 in the United States , except
Nevada , Arizona , New Mexico ,
and Wyoming , and also in most of
the Canadian Provinces , and in
Mexico , Porto Rico , and Cuba ,
according to a bulletin issued to
day by the National Association
for the Study and Prevention of
Tuberculosis. The bulletin also
shows that 25 states and 16 cities
i have permanent and traveling ex
hibits besides the two operated by
the National Association itself , the
total number of such displays ba-
ing over 200 , including about 150
small Fchool exhibits.
The first tuberculosis exhibit in
America was shown by the Mary
land Tuberculosis Commission in
January , 190i. In 1906 there
were four such exhibits. Today
practically all of thu larger cities
i of the country have such displays ,
and in twenty-five states compre
hensive campaigns have been car
ried on with them. These exhibits
are visited annually by millions of
The American Tuberculosis Ex
hibition of the National Association
is completing six years of contin
uous service , during which time it
has been shown under three flags ,
in the United States , Mexico , and
Canada , and has been displayed in
21 states , including every South
ern state east of the Mississippi ,
except Test Virginia , Maryland ,
and Delaware. The Western Tu
berculosis Exhibit of the National
Association , just closing its season
in Butte , Montana , has been shown
in Illinois , Kansas , Nebraska ,
Missouri , Arkansas , Oklahoma ,
Colorado , Utah , Idaho , and Mon
As a result of the general educa
tional campaign through the vari
ous exhibitions on tuberculosis ,
millions of pieces of literature
have been distributed ; millions of
people shown how to prevent con
sumption ; and several states and
cities have been roused to take
legislative action against this dis
In 1908 the management of the
State Fair built an Auditorium
with 5,000 comfortable seats in
which tired sightseers might rest
and enjoy several concerts each
day by one of the best bands se
cured in the United States. Hep *
tember 4th to Sth this year tb'e
wonderful A. Liberati's New York
City Military Band and Grand
Qpera Company of Instrumental
ists and § 0 lingers some of whom
are the best Italian ( rjrand Opera
Soloists to be foimd in the country
will be heard in eoqcerts at 1080 ;
a. m , and 180 ; and 4 p. ra , The
narae "Liberati" explains the mer
it of this musical orgapization to
At f 5.00 per acre. Si of SWi
and BJ of ggj pf Sep. 2J , Tp. 31 ,
HaL-ge 26 of Cherry PPHPfcr , e r
raska. Will leave mortgage of
$500 , ai 6 per cent for 4 : years ,
G. H. Folkins , Ames , Iowa.
Piano or Jones mowing ma-
chioes and rakes at reduced prices.
For sale by Frank Pgcfoer. 2f
The Minnechadaza Park Pavi
lion has attained popularity as an
amusement place. Fischer's Or
chestra ujlj give another dance
there on Friday tight , .July 28th.
Come and enjoy a good cool time.
U , S. Weather Bureau Report
WEJS ENDING JULY 27 , 1911.
Daily mean lemp/jjrature 68 ° .
" Normal temperaturp 7J3
Hig hgst temperature 93 = .
lowest temperature - .
Range of tsiPperature 53 = .
Precipitatioa for Week OO.ll of An inch.
Average for 23 years 0.72 of an inch.
Precipitation March 1st to date 5.86 inches.
Average for Shears 13.4(5 ( of an inches.
N J. MCL.EAN. Observer.
Happiest Girl in .Lincoln.
A Lincoln , Neb. , girl writes , ! ' 1 had
been ailing for some time with chronic
.coagj& § Jon and stomach trouble. I began -
| gan tamng'CjiauiJbijjjJ n's Stomach and
' Liver Tablets and'jin'jthrjep , aa.ys I was
I able to be up and got better right along.
am the proudest girl in Lincoln to find
each & gflQ < l- JnedicinB.V.For sale by
Chapman , the druggist. i
Midland " 40"
The automobile that will travel all directions
out of Valentine without fear of being sand or
hill bound. We invite everyone to inspect this
up = to = date car.
. Simple m Design and Construction
Dambly & Layport
Valentine , - Nebraska
Every .ie should be protected in a reliable company.
Irepre- -1 , tne Columbia Fire Insurance Co. of Omaha and the Com
mon we i : 'i of New York. Both of these companies are safe and sound.
For Lit 1 isnrance , the Merchants Life Insurance Co. of Burlington , la. ,
put out s 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.
E. Jt. Faddis & Co
Pnstofflce address Valentine or Kennedy.
Some Some branded
brai'dod on right thigh
on left or iliouhler.
or thi h
P. H. Young.
as cut on left side
Some QVon left
on left Jaw of
Ranpe on Gordon Creek north of Simeon ,
N" . S. Eowley.
Kennedy , - fleuraska.
Same as cut on left
side and hip , and on' '
left shoulder of her
ses. AlsolSJsi on
klt ; side
FX ° n
ed husk-5SS3Sj3iIiing peg ( either side up ) on
left side or hip. p on left jaw and left shoulder
of horses , HI
HIQ on left hip of horses.
3"on left jaw of horses
0 , P Jordan ,
Horses end cattle
same as cut ; also
CJBE JJ on right
Range on Oak and
A liberal reward
leading to detection
of rusijara of stock
bearing any of these brands.
K. M. Ten-ill , Propr.
Brett nice ,
rattle branded as
in c.t on. left
s j d e. S o m p
branded Iv T Y
oji' yorth Xqpp
river. t\\-o \ miles
west of Brotvnlea
§ t Francis
sion , Kos'ebud.
S. D. . ' '
( Mtle branded
as in cut ; horses
same orIKP on
C'k and Little
Albert Whipple & Sons. V
Rosebud S. D.
SOS on left aide
OSO on rfghtslde
Some cattle also
have a 4on neck
Some with A on
left shoulder and
some branded -
with two bars
icross hind qnac-
cers. Some Texas
cattle branded O 011 left side and somej
on left side. CH >
Horses branded SOS on left bin. Some"cattf *
branded A.W bar connected on both sides and
left hip of horses
D. M. Sears.
Kennedy , Nebr.
as on cut.left side
Some on left hip.
Horses same on
Nebraska Land and Feeding Co.
3artlett Richards Pres Will G Comstock , V. P.
Chas C Jamison Sec&Treaa
Cattle branded on
any part of animal ;
also the following
Gorauu on tne F.Js.
& M. V. . B. B. and
Hvannis on 1 ? & > M. R.R. in Northwestern Nebr.
llKHlA-UDS. Ellsworth. Nehr
Oasis , Nebr
G. K. Sawyer has
charee of these
cattle. II rses
same left thigh.
Hange on Suake
anywhere on left
Earmark , square
crop right ear.
same brand , on
Range on Gordon and Snake Creole * .
A Reward" $250 w ill be paid to. any person for
information leading to the arrest aud final
conviction of any person or persons stealing.
with above nraml.
Jullman , Nebr
Cattle braqded JY
Hojrses branded J ?
on right 3ho.uid.er'
for any infonnatfon
leading to the re
covery ol cam
strayed Irojn i y
.A .TRIUMPH IN THE ART OF BREWING
THE LEADING BEER : e r & Carroir *
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