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WOOD BROTHEKS
Live Stock t
South Omaha and Chicago
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WALTER E. WOOD , Cattle Salesman HENRY LEFLER , Hog Salesman
We furnish Market itcports free of expense. "Write tQ.ns.
C. II. CORXEM * . PreMidciit. 31. V. NICHOLSON. Cashier
ANK OF VALENTINE.
Valentine , Nebraska. *
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A General Banking Business Transacted
Inys and Sells Domestic "iid Foreign Exchange
Uhemieal National Bank , New York. Correspondents ; First National Bank. Omaha Neb
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I TheDONOHER
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49 IB continually adding improvements and it is 'now the
49 best equipped , and most comfortable
49 49 FIRST-CLASS MODERN HOTEL
49 . IN NORTHWEST NEBRASKA
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49 Hot and Cold Water Excellent Bath Room Two Sample Room *
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QHERRY QOUNTY ANK
Valentine , Nebraska
Every facility extended customers consistent with conservative banking
Exchange bought and sold. Loans upon good security solicited at reasonable
rates. County depository.
B. SPARKS. President CHARLES SPARKS Cashiw
GENERAL
Everything fresli and clean , and prices
that are right. Special attention given
to pumps , tanks , and ranch supplies.
J. N. STEADMAN & CO-
Kennedv , Nebraska ,
THE PALACE SALOON 1
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HEADQUARTERS FOR
WINES , LIQUORS AND CIGARS
Of the Choicest Brands
VALENTINE NEBRASKA
The
OWL
SALOON
Golden Sheaf Fure White Rye ,
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Louisville. Kentucky , Bourbon Whisky.
Pure Grape & Cognac Brandy's
TokaAiigellicaPortSheiTy and Tilack
berry in wood , claret , R5e 15ng ,
SautHrnes. Cooks imperial ;
Gasts and Clicquot in bet
tles. Damiana and oth
er Cordials.
Also Agent for Fred Kmgs Celebrated Ez
ra Pale Bear for family US3 , and Pabsts
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RAILROAD.
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OF
NORTH NEBRASKA.
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and get all the news local and for-
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n miles south of Cody , at the mouth of
Medicine Canyon , and am now prepared
to grind Feed. Corn Meal and Graham ,
cr turn out all kinds of Lumber and di
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i ions strictly confidential. Handbook on Patents
sent free. Oldest agency for securinepatents.
Patents taken thronsb Jlunn & Co. receive
tpf cial notice , without choree , in the
Scientific American ,
A handsomely Illustrated weekly. I-ircest cir
culation of any ficlentlflc Journal. Terms , $3 a
year : four months , $1. Sold by all newsdealer * .
Branca Office. 625 F V
WESTERN NEWS-DEMOCRAT
EGBERT GOOD , Editor and Publisher
W.C.T.U. COLUMN
Edited by the Valentine W. C. T. U.
MOTTO-For God and Humanity.
OFFICERS.
President . Mrs. Abbie Crabb
' Irs- Maude
Prp < jiiipnt - Morgureldce
Vice I residents
- , jirg.D. House.
Recording Secretarj' . Mrs. Alice Harvy
Corresponding Secretary . Mrs. M. Harden
Treasurer . Mrs. Uelcii Hornby
Regular meetings each alternate Tuesday. ,
W. C. . T. U. will meet with Mrs. J.
W. Daniels next Tuesday afternoon.
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A widow , whose only son was mur
dered by the canteen and at whose
burial the editor officiated -in sending
her mile to help on the fight against
the army saloon , asks : "How long
must the sons of Christian mothers
have the drink craving fostered and
perhaps lowered down to a drunkard's
grave by a canteen , sanctioned and
protected by the Christian president of
a Christian .nation ? " National Tem
perance Advocate.
# * *
When General Grant was in Paris ,
the president of the republic , as a
special token of respect , invited him tea
a place on the grand stand to witness
the great racing which occurs in that
country on Sunday. It 16 * considered , a
discourteous act to decline such an in
vitation from the head official of the
republic. Such a thing had never been
heard of , but Gen. Grant , in a polite
note , declined the honor , and said to
the French president : ' 'It is not in ac
cordance with the custom of my coun
try , or witli the spirit of my religion to
spend Sunday in that way. " National
Advocate.
# * *
Shall not the church today cry aloud
and spare not against the awful evil of
intemperance , the one gre t fronting ,
sin of our time , destroying more lives/ /
and homes than all others combined ?
Gambling and prostitution are its allies.
It paves the way for them both and
nourishes them from first to last. This
great sin ought to be met by the church
and the ministry with an attack equal
to its own wickedness and tremendousness -
ness _
Weather Bureau Report ,
UNITED STATES )
WEATHER BUREAU , i"
To the Public In compliance with
the requests of stockmen and other
interested parties throughout the
county. I herewith submit the fol
lowing , takeh from this office show
ing the difference in the maximum
temperature for the month of Ja'Tiu-
'
ary , 1900 , as compared with corresponding -
pending period of 1899. I would sug
gest that you cut this out and keep
same for future reference.
1900 above 1899 above
zero zero
January 1 14 January 1 34
2 32 " 2 24
" 3 50 " 3 30
' 4 42 . " 4 4
" 5 49 " 5 26
6 54 " 6 22
" 7 51 ! ! 7 38
" 8 45 ' ' 8 38
" 9 41 " 9 50
" 10 45 " 10 52
" 11 43 " 11 37
" 12 46 " 12 48
" 13 59 " ' 13 45
" 14 55 * 14 47
{ : 15 44 - " 15 42
" - 16 47 " 16 28
" 17 47 ' 17 25
15 18 52 " . 18 54
" 19 Go " 19 48
" 20 50 " 20 50
" 21 56 " 21 . 60
' 22 60 ' 22 40
23 58 " 23 32
Total 1105 874
Making an average daily maximum
temperature of 48 degrees above zero
for lirst 23 days of January , 1900 ,
against 38 degrees for January , 1899.
The average temperature from Janu
ary 16th to January 22 is 188 degrees
higher than the normal temperature
for the same period since station was
established. E , J. DAVENPORT ,
Station Agent.
A. M. Church.of the Stuart Ledger ,
has established the News , at Naper ,
for revenue mainly , and to wake up
the denizens of western Bo3rd county ,
incidentally. Land oflice patronage
is to be the source of the paper's ex
istence , and Bro. Armstrong , of
Butte , will have to "cut" his federal
patronage with the bright young man
from Stuart.
Gen. T. H. Stanton , retired pay
master general of the U.S. armydied '
at his home in Omaha , Tuesday after- ,
I
noon. C. H. Cornell and A. E. Thach- | [
er of Valentine attended '
, , the fuuei-
,
al today at 10:30. : Interment \vill take j j
place at the Arlington National cem- ;
etery.
Strayed One iron gra } * mare , 3
years old , half blood. Branded SP on
left shoulder. Please notify Max E.
Viert'elj Crookstoiif Neb.
A feature of the evening services
at the Presbyterian church are the
duets by Mrs. Kincaid andMr..Pra-
witz.
Special excursion to Hot Springs
S. D. , for one fare plus two dollars
for the round trip. Tickets on sale
February 6th and 20th , March 6th
and 2oth , good returning- days from
date of sale. Remember the dates.
For further information enquire of
any agent of the F. E. & M. V. Ry.
Persons who lead a life of exposure
are subject to rheumatism , neuralgia
and lumbago , will find a valuable rem
edy in 13allard's SMIOW Liniment ; it
will banish pains and subdue inflam
mation. Price 2o and oOc.
Quigley & Chapman.
The Crookstou Teachers' Association
will be held in the school building on
Dec. 27th , at 1.30 p m. Following is
the program : "How to Make the
Study of Geography Interesting" by
II. Daniels. Chapters 6 , 7 , 8 and 9 of
the History and Science of Education ,
by the association. It is desired that
each teacher bring his school journal
and be able to discuss any article of in
terest. Aliis. UAIIRIE A. GEEPres.
Miss L. COLLETT , Sec'y.
COMMISSIONERS' PROCEEDINGS.
JANUAIIY 4 , 1900.
Board met pursuant to adjournment.
Present T. i' , Spratt and liollin Jian-
chette.
In the ma'ter of the petition of C. II.
Cornell , A. E. Thucher , E. ,1. Daven
port , Gr. H. Hornby and 106 other pe
titioners abking for special election to
vole $1,1201) bonds for ' .he construction
01 one mile ul" public road known as
the Kosi'bud road : Comes now the said
C. II. Cornell , A. E Timelier , E. .J.
Davenport anJ. G. II. Hornby by their
attoriu-vs , J. U . 'lucKer and A. i\i.
and Jiles said pelitioii and
moves tnu lionorubic board to grant
and approve ilie MUIIU , and the board
having examined the said petition and
being fully batiblied in the premises
does approve said petition and grant
the prater therein to submit the propo
sition of voting $ l,2Uu bonds to the le
gal electors ot Valentine precinct in
Cherry county , Nebr. , as expressed in
said petition and said board does fur
ther order that the clerk of this court
give notice and call a .special election
to be held at the usual place of voting
in said precinct , the Village of Valen
tine , Nebraska. Said notice shall con
tain the proposition of voting said
bonds and tne time and place ot hold
ing said special election , tliat said elec
tion shall be held on the 13th day of
February , 190U. The polls in said elec
tion at which said electors shall have
the right to vote shall be opened and
closed as required by law governing
general elections. Said notice submit
ting said proposition shall be published
for four consecutive weeks in a news
paper of general circulation published
in said county , and it shall be the duty
of said clerk to cause proper ballots for
and against said proposition and fur
nish the same to said electors.
Cunmtato ] &
Whereupon the board adjourned to
January 5 , I90U.
' JANUARY 5 , 1900.
LJoard met pursuant to adjournment.
Present T. P. Spratt and liolliu Han-
chette.
On motion the following claims were
allowed and warrants ordered drawn
on county general fund :
H A Winslow jud e election and returns 14 oo
Frank Yanish " 4 CO
Andrew Steele " " 4 00
( ) Starr clerk " 4 oo
Chaa Iticjtetts " 4 00
School Dist. Xo. 49. use o [ house 2 ( K )
.1 X Russell clerk and returns 20 oo j
Gee E Russell " 4 00 j
C M Kime judge election 4 00 |
J L Gillaspie " 4 Oo I
Dm Adamson " " 4 00 j
R F Gillaspie , use of house 2 00 i
WCShaltuck judge and returns 11 SO
H Green election 4 Oo
Daniel Alder " 4 00
Arthur Itowring clnrk " 4 oo
Win Hejimer " " 4 00 i
\V ( J Haker judjie and returns 20 00 ,
.1A Sanlts " election 4 oo i
J P Sweeney " 4 ( KM
Sam Gregory clrrk 4 oo |
Frances Hewlet " 4 00
Richards & Comstock. use of house 2 oo <
J H Fritz clerk ; ud ; returns 10 00 !
John MeOitr.heoilclem election 4 oo
J > S > Ci.Tijibell judge " 4 00
Janii's Si. irving ' " 400
Gee K O'lirjen " " 4 oo
Sksrvinjr & Son. use ot ho"s 2 no
Ilinnn Cornell , ivnt for Oct 1893 Cfi fi7
C V Long judge and r turis r. w
Kitoch Anders " 4 oo
F S Anders " 4 oo
Hugh Buyers clerk 4 ( Hi
Truman F West clerk and use of house c M
A 1 $ Camvcll jndue and returns 20 oo
John Parks judge and use of house 000
; L Taylor - 4 ( )0 )
Sam Watt clerk 4 oo
Guy S Lfevitt 4 oo
Albert Trait Judge and returns 2J : oo
A J Plumcr 4 oo
.1 ( J Coolev " 4 on'
L L Merrill Hark 4 00
Tluniifti Sran-biu clerk 4 no
Janifs stansbSe ust ofhoiisi' 200
Gee Elliott canvassing board 2 oo
GP'-nibh " - " 200
-VBTrnssell judge and returns 1700
SW .Lilly 4 00
W K Cady 4 eeG
G W Keller clerk 4 m
M L Walker 4 oo
School Uist No So use of hunsu 2 eeG
G Carlson making election boiiths s oo
Jay. Cunningham delivering ballots 30 oo
S S McClesm delivering ballots < > 0
K I ) Clarke judge flection 400
C H " "
Thompson 4 m
James Ray " 4 oo
W F Mnrgarehlge clerk of election 4 oo
ArthurSlierman " i oj )
R F Pejtjcrew making booth Forele'-lioii : ; f/
Davenport & Thacher supplies for poor : ) &
C h Sherman sum witiutss .MaylluKl ca > o r. 75
AinosStiong servlninfnriiiatioi : 4o
D S l.udwig ham aud suft coal force 217 2Ti
\vfc > Barker printing bar dockets' 1900
On motion claim of. Robt. Good of
§ 27.50 WAS laid over for information.
On motion following claims were al
lowed and wan-ants ordered drawn on
county general fund :
AmuS Strong , jailor fees , guard duty " , etc
November 151 oo
W S Barker , publishing notices tor eoun-
ly supplies ' 5 oo
Folks & buns , supplies for poor n ;
J W Yeast county 4 si
Jlir.im Cornell , rent for jTov ISL'3 ' r u :
fJohn A Jlooton boarding jurora loC. >
Stale'Journal Co supplies 15 ( X )
Clarke & Tucker defending Mayflcltl 40 ( X )
WRTowre express 1 15
flarko v Tucker defending Itailey 4000
W A Ta > l > r Bn Iley .service > "ov ffj II
ir.-ij : attending court , jailers fees
4500
Aim- . * < | i board for prisoners and
r \ . ! _ 10 y
Chas H . . riM : i bailiff fres N'ovOO in nee
Ch- : . - Iit.iu.ii nrreUing Frank Ilcesc o oo
Fr.inK Ciiki-y sen'Ing sub Mayfleld case 27. .
Ge < > . - . : ' -Miinrd sub wit Bailey aisc 10 M
C K . - > ' . : JL..II sub wit JtcccK ciso r no
M UarLsido case 12ft5
arresting Chiw Mavfield
nil J. sub wit
arriving Gartelde 12 no
W Iloncy juror Nov term 1809 880
W R White 14 30
Klmcr Day 13 00
J E Cotton 21 )
Wni Allen : ; O )
Frank Kimc 8 w
13 M
,1 Ryrvs 13 .IX )
G L Austin 10 75
Julius Heckman 12 M
D M Scars J.i fin
Gee Bristol 5 50
R K Ramsford 15 30
Robt Robinson 12 00
.lames Hudson 10 00
U U Crciger 13 so
II O Daiiks 14 00
E Ormesher 10 70
Fnink Ijinsing 12 30
William Brown 13 50
Luclen Piper 12 50
A Morey talesman 4 00
W H AlcCloud " fi 00
C W Massnigalc " 4 00
Arthur Ries " 4 00
Level Starr " 2 no
Nelson Polen " 2 00
On motion the following- amounts
were deducted from the above allowed
claims and applied upon delinquent
personal taxes :
Pans Klcket's 4 00 Arthur Bowring 4 00
H Green 4 00 W ( . ' . Shattuek 14 30
Daniel Alder 4 00 Himh Hoyer 4 X >
A B Capwell 1C 84 G P Crubb - ' _ ' 00
( } W Keller ' 4 oo W K Cody 4 00
JaV Cunningham 3 oo S S McClean - c no
W K White M 30 .Win Allen : i so
J K Ay res 12 40 D M Sears 13 oo
G L Austin 10 75 W F Brown 5 11
ArthurRles 50 .WIIMuCIoud 135
Whereupon the board adjourned to
Jan. G.
JANUARY 6 , 1900.
Commissioners met as per adjourn
ment. Present Chairman T. P.
Spratt and Ilollin Kanchette.
On motion the following claims were
allowed and warrants ordered drawn
on county general fund.
Stati1 .Journal Co supplies i ; 00
1. N Laypor * fees in Kenan rase X 00
AL.Iohnpon witness Mavlleld crise 5 W )
C M Bailey " - " 5 80
Wood-tiff V.'ill " " " -200
II A Dawson " " " 2 M
Arthur Hies " " u 8 ( JO
.lolin North " " " 0 50
Win Rogers " " " ! ) 50
GRHUidick " " "
18 CO
Alfred Lewis , nied attendance on poor 34 40
M Richardson use of house 2 ( H )
Alfred Lewis mod attendance Mrs Wiltse 13 10
Gco KHiotl goods for poor 1 00
KtUi Brown salary 4th qr 18D9 -31 on
Etta Brown expense 4th qr 1899 4 00
On motion the claim of John Ileelan
of SoO , for capturing William Witt
was rejected for reason that reward waste
to be paid upon conviction , and said
Witt escaped.
On motion the following claims were
allowed and warrants ordered drawn
on county general fund :
Alfred Lewis inert attendance poor 4 85
Alfred Lewis coroner's inquest Strick
land cuse 11 GO
Root Good pub bridge noticps " Oi )
llaiina Peterson witne.Sb Reese case 4 50
HirMen 1'eterson " 4 rx.
.lames Peterson " " 4 50
.11. Cillaspie witness Bailey ca3e 10 00
E W Blakev 11 fiO
R K ( MUaspie " itii 10 00
Albert Metier " ii 12 00
Fred T Neisoh " 10 r/j
Gee \V Ixidely do do a r o
Lizzie Ladnlv do du 9 50
1) S Ludwijj coal for poor 1 15
DavenportfirThavher supplies force 23 00
A M Morrlssev sal and expense 4th qr 'fly IC8 70
AV A Parker com fees 11 (
Hiram Cor-iell rent for Den GO 07
Chas Hoffman keeping iianpcr 07 50
C V HolM'law med attenuaiice.Mr.sOilsnii ia 00
Matt Hotrnnn ke pln pauper , claimed
S'JO. allowed 1C oo
J \V Uaniels fees in Jleisnercasa 4 ra
Wren Donoher jury room 5 00
On County Road Fund.
P C Galloway
A J Barnes
F G Repse
.1 A Dtiiiniijon
EF Sunburn
Samuel H il
W A Shclnonrn
Gee N Davis
Albert Nenzel
Win Foster
H E Dewey
L I-aufer
F Pi Yanish
PeirySwearinger
.f H Day
Chas Burns
Win Body
Rollin Hanehettu
W D Clarkson
w M Carr grading
§ 30 allowed
On County Bridge Fund.
E T Smitii putting bridge on Goose creek I
claimed ? & ! 20 allowed . " > . " 21
D S Lurtwiir bridge material 43 40
\V A Shelbourn hauling hitnlicr 400
Gee Foster work on Berrv bridge ti neEd
Ed Foster do 1 50
Chris Elling repairing bridges 3 00
F G Reese do r. 00
Henry Flinianx do . 3 00
The claim of J. R. Lee for repairing
Loup river bridge was laid over for in -
formation.
On motion the official bond of Jo
seph "Wisser was rejected for the reason
that it was not filed in season.
On motion the bond of J. Wesley
Tucker and Geo. II Hornby for cost of
special election of Valentine precinct ,
providing said bonds fail to carry , was
approved. On motion the board visited
the county jail and ordered the sheriff
to have the same renovated.
On motion the following amounts
were deducted from the above allowed
claims aud applied upon delinquent
personal taxes :
M llichardsnn 2 no Kisrcn Peterson
James Peterson 4 50 onlas Peter-
Fred Ni'Isou , 4 50 eon's rax j 07
Idn M Shelhonrn Perrv Swearinger 20 oo
Ire n W A Sliel- ( 'has ' Burns 20 oo
botirn claim 15 11 W D Clarkson 25 00
E T Smith 55 21 W M Curr 25 00
Whereupon the board adjourned
sine die.
Attest. J. W. DANIELS ,
( Jomily Clerk.
> w
Many an innocent little darling is
suffering untold agon } * and cannot ex
plain its troubles. Mark yqur child's
symptoms , you may find it troubled
\vi'h worms ; rive it White's Cream
Vermifuge and restore it to quietness
un > i health. Price iioc.
QuiglcChapman. .
IJorilnaux
, K. D.
Horses branded
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE N hereby given Ibal wo Imp filed
with tiit- county coimul-nlcncrs of Cherry
County. > "clir . nbonddalv tented and accom
panied by a ix'iltlun praying that T\C tie granted
K. llcvn.w i < He'll mult , spirituous nnd vlnoiu
liquor * hi Jit rlllaye of Cody. BollltiS
pruclttcu t nrry Couotv. Nebraska.
niVIN" C. MTOTT- < .
JOHN O STETrElr.
Dati'd tli'.s loth day of January. 180 ( .
Xoticu of Limited Partnership.
Native N hereby elreri that H.M. Kwldls. who
rcHldcs nt Valentine. Nebraska , : ind WillUin
steadiimii. ulio rcIJcrt nt Kennedy , Nebraska.
lave iornti * ! n limited partnership pursuant to
the provNins of tbe statute for the purpose of
curryiDr < i tbtt business of stock raising and tbe
buying hi < i eellinn of lire stock. Tin : name of
the firm in dcr which such buslne&s I * conducted
is K. M . l-'nddis & Co. The name * of all imrtles
interested in said partnership are the said R. M ,
Faddls , who is the general pSrtner.ind William
Su-admun. who is the special partner. Tlio said
.special partner has contributed and paid into
the common stock of .said partnership the sum
of $1:2.500 in cash or good * .
Said partnership is to commence on t ho second
day of January. iWXi , and terminate kou | the second
end day of January.
The principal nla.-eof bnslnes" of snld partner
ship will he in ( .hurry County. Nebraska.
Dated this second day of January , iwo.
1LM. KAUIHS.
; J2 U WILLIAM STKADMAX.
Notice to Non-Resident Defendants.
*
W. II. Peters , real name un nown. The Xeh-
raska Mortgage and Trust Co. and KstdlaJ.
Case , defendants , will take ( notice that on the
18th day of October. is'JO. the County of Cherry ,
plaintitl herein , tiled its petition in the district
eoti't of Cher.iv county. Nebraska , against \V.
H. 1'eters , renl name unknown. The Nebraska
Mortguite und Trust Co. and Kslrlla .I.Case , de
fendants , the object and prayer of which are to
foreclose the tax liens hereinafter described :
In its first cause of action stated in > : ihl peti
tion , the plaintilY seeks toforcclo.su a tax lien up
on then'5 of swU of Bijctitin _ < > , and n'.otee'a ,
of section 27 in township JJ7 , ran e8. . west of the
sixth principal meridian in Cherry county. Neb
raska ; that the taxcri involved in said first
cause of action are the tuxes that wun levied
on said premises in the year 1807 ; that there is
now due the plaintiff ti.tni | its tax lien tbe sum
sG r-8 , for which , with inteicst from the llrst day
of October , 1S99. on J-vi.-lo thereof , at to per cent
um per annum , the plHintlif pniys for'a decree
that defendants be required to pay the same or
that said premises may be sold to satisfy the
amount found due.
In its second cause of action stated in said pe
tition , the plaintiff seeks to foreclose a tax lein
upon the n'/J of swU of section 'M and n1of se'i
of section 27 in township 27. ninye 28 , west ot
the sixtlt principal meridian in Cherry county ,
Nebraska ; that the taxes involved in said .set- ,
end cause of action are the taxes that were le\-
'ed in the year 1808 ; that there is now due the
plaintitf IIDOII its tax Hen this sum of s.r .s. for
which sum , with the interest from tne Una day
of October , 18K ! > , on S4.I& thereof , at to per cent
um per annum , the plaintin"tpravs for a decree
that the defendants be required to pay the same
or that sum picmbcs may be sold to satisfy the
amount four 1 due.
You arc required to answer said petition on
or before February inth , 1'CO
THE COUNTY OF CHEKKV.
CHEKKV.riaintirr.
riaintirr.
Dated tills 18th day of Janua y , 1000. 52-lt
Notice to Creditors.
In County Court , within and for Cherry Coun
ty. Nebraska. In the matter of the' Estate
of D. JM. Underwood , deceased.
To the Creditors of said Estate :
You are hereby notified that I will sit at the
Countv Court Koom in Valentine in said county ,
on the 27th day of .January , luoo. to receive and
examine II claims against said Estate , with a
view to their adjustment and allowance. The
time limited for the presentation of claims
against said estate is 11 mouths , from tlio 27th
day of February , A.D. 189laiid ) the time limited
for payment of drtbis is one year from said 27th
day of January , 1900.
Witness my hand and the seal of said County
Court , this totli day of January , tyoo.
W. 11. TOWNE.
51 County Judge.
Order of Hearing oil Original Probate
*
of Will. .
State of Nebraska. ) „ _
Cherry County. ) 'S3 >
In County Court.
In the matter of the Estate of John M. Car
penter , deceased.
On ivadmg and filing the petition of Adelia
E , 1'ettycrew. praying that the instrument ,
liled on the 8th day of January. 1900 , and pur
porting to he the hist will and testament ot the
.said deceased , may be proved approved , pro
bated , allowed , and recorded as the last will
and testament of the said John 31. Carpenter ,
deceased , and that the execution of said instru
ment may be committed and the gadministra-
tion of said estate may be granted to Adelia E.
1'ettycrew and Julia 1 ettycrew as executrix.
Ordered , that January 27tn A D. 1900. at 10
o'clock a.m. , is assigned for hearing said peti
tion , when ail persons interested in said matter
may appear at a County Court to be held in and
for said County , aud show cause why the prayer
of petitioner should not he granted ; und tliat
notice of the pendency of said 'petition and the
hearing thereof , b given to all persons inter
ested in said matter by pub lishing a copy of tjns
order in the NKWS-DKMOCMCAT , a weekly news
paper printed in said county , for three succes
sive weeks , prior to Haul day of hearing.
\V. K. TOWNE ,
51 County Judge.
Notice to iNon-llesident Defendants.
Martha Monroe , widow ; Claude Monroe.I'earl
Monroe , Dottie Monrot * . Nellie Monroe , LeKoy
Monroe , Myrtle Monroe , minors , heirs of Levi
L Monroe , deceased , will take notice that on
the 3rd day of January , 1900 , the Valentine
Building and Loan Association , of' Valentine ,
Nebraska , liled its petition in the District Court
of Chetry Count y , Nebraska , jthe object and
prayer of which are to foreclose a certain real
estate mortgage executed by Levi L. Monroe ,
and Martha Monroe , upon Lot No.J2. iJIovk-i.
McDonald's addition to the Village of Valen
tine , Cherry county , Nebraska , in favor of the
plaintiff , upon which there is due plaintitf ttie
sum of : j2y. .S)0 ) with interest thereon from the 1st
day of January. l)00 ! ) , for which sum the plain
tiff prays judgment and a decree that tne de
fendants pay the same together witn costs , in
terest , and in default thereot that said real es
tate be sold sis provided by law for the payment
of plaintiff's claim and costs.
You are- required to answer said petition on or
before the llth day of February , luoo.
Valentine Building & Loan Association
of Valentine , Nebraska , by F. M.
AYALCOTT , its Attorney.
Notice of Sale.
In the matter of the sale of real estate of Hie
Estate of William G , Carven , dccejised.
Notice Is hereby given that in pursuance of
an order of the Hon. W. H. Westover. one of
the judges of the District Court of Cherry coun
ty , Nebraska , made on the 2(5th day of Decem
ber. I i9 , for tne sale of real estate'hereinafter
described , I will .sell at the front door of the
court house in Valentine , Nebraska , on the2ttli >
day of January , 1900 , at 10 o'clock a. in. at pub
lic vendue to the highest bidder for cash , the
following described real estate , t'-wit : These
J. , sf e D , & n2 nw 4 & sw4 nw 4 .t nw 4 sw 4. sec.
in , twp ( jr \ 2 * , Cherry county , Nebr. Said sale
to remain open one hour.
A ivitKi > LK.WJS and i Executors of the will
MAHVA. CAIWOX , fet William G. Larson.
deceased.
F. M AVAI.COTT. Attorney. .TO it
Notice to Non-Resident Defendant.
i the District Court of Cherry Comity , Neb
raska
.Mary FerstI , non-resident defendant , will
take ii'iiica that on the sinldav of J.i'iuary.lOi'.o ,
John Feratel filed a petition in the District
Court of Cherry f'om.ly. Nebraska , tin : object
and prayer of which lire to obtain a decree of
absolute divorce { from yon on tne grounds that
you have wilfully abandoned the plaintiff and
have remained absent without just cause for
more than two yer.s lst past , aud adultery.
You are required to answer said petiiion on or
before th ( Hh day of Man-li. WW.
5341 JOiiX FEKafLPlaintiff.
Etttt'tiyetl
Two horses : one brown horse hrandrdj
lelt Ssboulder. on I'lacK her e branded
left shoulder. 5 * left hip. I will give
deAcrihfil horav ! tue man who
turns I UK bi.tck deM.-r.bed a

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