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About Valentine Democrat. (Valentine, Neb.) 1900-1930 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 17, 1911)
MEALS AT ALL HOURS
Short Orders of all Kinds , Day and Night
First = Qlass Meals 25c.
MAAAJ JtJtAAAJMAJ4 Jt AJLtJt AS
HOWE & MONTAGNE I
Livery , Feed and
Sales Stable ,
Wood Lake > Nebraska \
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3 Special Attention to Hunting and Fishing Parties.
JACKSON & FISCHER
Valentine , Nebraska
Calls Answered at All Hours
Night Phone No , 74
Chartered ns a Stntc Bank Chartered as a National . Bank
June J , 1881. August 12 , 1802.
Si FIRST NATIONAL BANK
( Successor to Bank of Valentine. )
Valentine , - Nebraska.
CAPITAL - $25.000 . A General Banking , Exchange
SURPLUS - 25.000
Uudlvidetl Profits 4,000 and Collection Business : : : :
O. H. COBXEI.IJ , President. M. . V. . NICIIOI..SOX , Cashier. .
J. T. May , Vice President. II. L.KUJIX Ass't Cashier.
D. A. WHIPPLE , Propr ,
Valentine Headquarters at the Chicago House
Is Rosebud " " " Rosebud Hotel
Leave Valentine at 8 o'clock every morning ,
Arrive at Eosebud at 2 o'clock p. in.
Leave Eosebud at 8 o'clock every morning ,
Arrive at Yalentine at 2 o'clock p. m. W
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 "Keel
D. A. Whipple.
In Crookston , Neb. i
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
Q. M. Tracy.
B 2nd Building South the Bank. Crookston , Neb.
Dr. D. W. Sumner
Phone No. 173.
Two 4-room houses for rent.
I. M. Bice , tf
Fischer's Hardware sells bicyc
les and bicycle supplies of all
kinds. . Repairing done promptly.
Sprains require careful treatment.
Keep quiet and apply Chamberlain's Lin
iment freely. It will remove the sore-
nes's and quickly restore the parts to a
iealthy condition. For sale by Chap-
.jnan , the druggist.
Piano or Jones mowing ma
chines and rakes at reduced prices.
Eor sale by Frank Fischer. 27
Everybody who reads
magazines buys news
papers , but everybody
wbo reads newspapers
doesn't buy magazines.
Catch the Drift ?
Here's ( he medium to
reach tbc people of
Chas. H. Cornell of Valentine ,
Nebr. , was in Butte , Friday even
ing en route home from New York
City , where he has been in the in
terest of the new railroad from
Valentine to Butte.
Mr. Cornell has been busy at
work with the project for the past
eighteen months and has a scheme
which he feels sure will in time
win. His faith in the enterprise
has been demonstrated by the
expenditure of several thousand
dollars which he has invested in
surveys , etc. The closing in of
finances the past year has made
the handling of bonds , of all de
scriptions , a very tedious under
taking , but Mr. Cornell understood
the situation and kept moving
along and is more confident than
ever that his pet scheme will be
Thos. Lard , M. N. Morrison
and D. E. Morrison , of Norden ,
Nebr. , E. E. Morey of Valentine ,
and Dave Briggs , of Naper , met
Mr. Cornell in Butte to talk over
R. R. Kinkaid , a civil engineer
of Omaha , arrived in Butte Satur
day evening and is busy at the
county clerk's office looking up
titles to the land through which
the survey has been made.
If the road is built it will mean
much to the counties through
which itis built.
To help the enterprise along
should be the watch word. Butte
Read This !
I live in the young city of Scotts
Bluff , Nebraska. I have 24 resi
dent town lots or in other words
I have homes for 12 families. At
the present time there are garden
reps growing on said land that
are looking fine. I propose to sell
these two blocks cheaper than
any other property in the city.
I will sell hide , hair , tail and tal-
ow to suit buyer. Now if this in
terests you any in the least , you
may call on or address , J. W. F.
Box 404 , Scotts Bluff , Nebraska.
Estrayed or Stolen.
Five head of two-year-old colts ,
onsisting of 2 black geldings and
1 bay gelding , branded 5 on left
shoulder ; 1 black mare , no brand ,
but has a blood wart on front left
foot. This is a large , mare. One
brown mare , branded JL on left
boulder. These horses strayed or
were stolen from the pasture two
miles northwest of the T O ranch
about three weeks ago. Reward
offered to finder or for informa-
ion about them.
C. Bauersachs , Lake , Nebr.
YOU TAKE NO RISK
Our Reputation and Money is Back of This
We pay for all medicine used
during the trial , if our remedy
fails to completely relieve you of
constipation. We take all the
risk. You are not obligated to us
in any way whatever if you accept
our offer. Could anything be
more fair for you ? Is there any
reason why you should hesitate to
pat our claims to a practical test ?
The most scientific , commonsense -
sense treatment is Rexall Order
lies , which are eaten like candy.
They are very pronounced , gentle
and pleasant in action , aiid partic
ularly agreeable in every way.
They do not cause diarrhoea , nau
sea , flatulence , griping or any in
convenience whatever. Rexall Or
derlies are particularly good for
children , rged and delicate per-
We urge you to try Rexall Or
derlies at our risk. Three sizes ,
10c. , 25c. and 50c. Remember ,
you can get Rexall Remedies in
this community only at our store
The Rexall Store. G. A. Chap
Eight young men went to the
pond at midnight Monday for a
swim. Two of them were talking
of the fun they had that night.
They declared the slide was never
slicker or the chance to play leap
frog never greater , and that the
water was simply grand Come
on - > -
Waking the Sleepers.
In a diary kept in 1010 it is asserted
that "Allen Brydges has been chose to
j -wake the sleepers in meeting and. being -
' ing much proud of his place , must
! needs have a fox taile fixed to the end
of a long staffe , wherewith he may
brush the faces of them tbat , will have
naps in time of discourse. " This en
ergetic individual was likewise armed
with "a sharpe thorue" for the benefit
of those who "be most sounde. " There
is a record cf the use of this imple
ment upon Mr. Tomkins. who was
sleeping comfortably iu the corner of
his pew when Allen "thrust his staff
behind Dame Ballard to give him a
grievous prick upon the hand , where
upon Mr. Tomkins did spring much
above the floor and with terrible force
did strike his head against the wall
and also to the great wonder of all
'prophanelie' exclaim in a loud voice.
'Buss the woodchuck ! ' he dreaming ,
as it seemed , that a woodchuck had
seized him and bit his hand. "
Packed at Home.
As the new district visitor looked at
Mr. Leahy and noted his determined
chin she had a momentary sensation
of reluctance to question him. but she
overcame it and began hr appointed
" \Yheiv di > you deport your wages ,
Air. Leahy , if you've no objection to
telling me ? " she asked. "I am trying
to interest the neighborhood in the ex
cellent People's bank , lately started. "
"Sure. I'd as soon tell you as not. "
said Mr. Leahy cheerfully. 'Tis tin
dollars a week I earn. Whin I've paid
the rint. the provision and grocery
bills an * the milkman an' bought
what's needed for Celia an' me an'
the five children 1 deposit the rist o'
the money in barr'ls , ma'am. 1 uses
sugar barr'ls mostlj * . They're a bit
larger and so holds more. But whin
I can't get thiin I make shift wid
plain flour barr'ls. " Youth's Compan
It is difficult to combine the attri
butes of the beau and the business
man. and the famous Lord Alvanley
did not attempt the task. Largely
as the result of that philosophy which
led him to cavil at a friend's weakness
in "muddling away his fortune in pay
ing tradesmen's bills. " he one day
found hinisolf in financial difficulties
and asked Charles Greville. the author
of the "Journals , " to put his affairs
in order. The two men Mr. Lewis
Melville describes the incident in
"Some Eccentrics and a Woman"
spent a day over accounts , and Greville
found that the task he had undertaken
would not be so difficult as he had been
given to understand. His relief was
not long lived , however , for on the fol
lowing morning he received a note
from Alvanlpy saying he had quite for
gotten a debt of 50,000.
Her Early Resolutions.
This story was told by an English
man who lived a century ago. He was
dining out in London and sat by a lady
whom he di'd not know. Their conver
sation turned upon early resolutions
and how very seldom they were kept ,
and the lady said : "Well , when 1 was
a girl I made three resolutions first. 1
determined that f would never marry
a soldier ; second , that 1 would never
marry an Irishman , and , third , that J
would not bo long engaged. And all
those three resolutions I broke. Whom
do you think I did marry ? The Duke
of Wellington ! ne was a soltlier and
an Irishman , and I was engaged to
him for twelve years. " This was Lady
Kntherine Pakenhain. It was an un
happy marriage , and the couple mostly
"Yes , " said Mrs. Catcbein. "those are
my daughters over there ou the sofa.
They have half a million between
It was not until they were married
to those daughters that the young mon
who overhird the remark found out
that Mrs. Catchein referred to the
rich old gentleman who sat on the
sofa between the girls. Mrs. Catchein
could not tell a lie. but she knew how
to speak the truth to the best advan
Suited to the Occasion.
Nurse Girl Oh. ma'am , what shall I
do ? The twins have fallen down the
well. Fond Parent Dear me. how an-
noyiug ! Just go into the library very
gently so as not to disturb Fide and
get the last number of the Modern
Mother's Magazine. It contains a fine
article on "How to Bring Dp Chil
dren. " Town Topics.
Peaking It Pleasant.
"ITow does your sister like the en
gagement ring I gave her. Johnny ? "
"I think it's a little too small. Mr
Lover. She has awful trouble getting
it off when the other fellows call to
see her. "
Ths New Composers.
A correspondent reports that at a
recent function in his town Miss Daisy
ppfoo presided nt the piano and beau
tifully played Mtnidol & Sous' Wedding
March. Missouri Sharpshooter.
Make the Best of It.
Make the best of everything : think
the bast of everybody : hope the best
for yourself. P.y so doing you will be
lifting yourself and those about you
to a higher plane of living.
"Pa. wore you always good ? "
"LTum well , my boy. I will say that
I've always abided by the decisions-
the United States supreme court. "
Detroit Free Press.
Good manners are made up of petty
Midland " 40"
The automobile that will travel all directions
outof Valentine without fear of being sand or
hill bound. We invite everyone to inspect this
up = to = date car.
Simple in Design and Construction
* + y
Darnbly & Layport
Valentine , Nebraska
N G. STETTER - PROP.
t ? ! ii'Tferj 5i
Every ce should be protected in a reliable company.
Irepreofne * Columbia Fire Insurance Co. of Omaha and the Com
mon we.i ! ' > of New York. Both of these companies are safe and sound.
For Lift-1 isnrance , the Merchants Life Insurance Co. of Burlington , la. ,
put out : 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. M. Faddis & Co
Postofllce address Valentine or Kennedy.
Some Some branded
branded on righter
on left or shoulder.
P. 'E. Young.
as cut on lefc side
Some QVon left
on left jaw of
Range on Gordon Creek north of Simeon ,
N. S. Rowley.
Kennedy , - JNeuraska.
Same as cut on left
rtde and hip , and on
left shoulder of her
ses. Also315 S on
If X on leit side
> ome rat
id hiiskSgJ33Jing peg ( either side up ) on
eft side or hip. p on left Jaw and left shoulder
3f hordes , u .
Q on left hip of horses.
W 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
A liberal reward
leading to detection
of rustlers of atock
learinsany of these brand ? .
E. M. Terrill , Propr.
Broxvnlee , Xeo.
Cattle branded as
in c.-t on left
branded K. T Y
on left hip. Range
on North Loup
river , two miles
west of Brewnlee
it Francis Mis-
ion , Rosebud ,
.sincut ; horses
ameor _ | _ j\P on
2ftThigh , Knnge
'etweeu ' Spring
! 'k and Little
Albert Whipple & Sons.
Rosebud S , D.
SOS on left side
OSO on riphtsid *
Some cattle abe
have a 4on neck
Some with A on
left shoulder and
with two bars
ross hind quar-
_ . * ras ° rae Texas
cattle branded O ou left aide and some j
on left side. _
Horses branded SOS on left hip. Some cattls
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&Treas
Cattle branded on
any part of animal ;
also the following
horses branded th *
Godon on the PJB.
irt. V.R. E. and
Hyannis on B & M. R11. in Northwestern Nebr.
BARTl.ETT RICHARDS. Ellsworth. Nehr
Oasis , Nebr
G. K , Sawyer has
charge of these
cattle. H rsea
der. SomeMT *
left side , mjm
same left thigh.
Kauge on Suaka
anywhere on left
Earmark , square
crop right ear.
same brand on
Rante on Oordon and Snake Creeks ,
A Reward of $250 will bo paid to any person for
luforniation leading to the arrest and final
conviction of any person or , persons stealing
with abovp hr nrt.
J. A. Taryan.
Pullman , Nebr
"Cattle branded JT
Horses branded JT
on right shoulder
for any informatlom
leading to the re
covery of cattle
straved from my
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IN THE MIDDLE WEST
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