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THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT
I. M. RICE , Editor and Propr.
Entered at the postofiice at Valentine , Cherry county , Nebr. . as Second
Subscription $1.00 per year in advance ; $1 50 when not paid in advance.
Display Advertising 1 inch single column loc per issue or $6.00 a year.
Local Notices , Obituaries , Lodge Resolutions and Socials for revenue
5c per line per issue.
Brands , H inches$4.00 per year in advance ; additional space $3.00 per
year ; engraved blocks extra $1.00 each.
10 per cent additional to above rates if over 6 months in arrears.
Parties living outside Cherry county are requested to pay in advance.
- Notices of losses of stock free to brand advertisers.
THURSDAY , JUNE 29 , 1905.
Boose veil on a Lower Plane.
Washington , D. C. , June 23.
That President Koosevelt's actions
in the Bowen-Loomis and Paul
Morton affairs have placed him on
a lower plane of public service
and devotion to ideals is the con
sensus of expression in eastern
newspapers of all shades of politi
The president is acceped by edi
torial and news writers alike , by
public men and people at large , as
having white-washed Loomis and
Morton in a fashion which even
the best friends of the administra
tion make no attempt to defend.
The developments of these twin
scandals have been followed with
deepest interest. It is not too
much to say that the president's
action in both cases was fully ex- j
pected , but in neither was it ex
pected that he would base his ac
tion on so weak a statement of
facts and reason. J. C. Welliver
in Sioux City Tribune.
An Kh-ction riiixVar. .
The supreme court has declared
the biennial elections law violative
of the constitution. Public senti
ment in Nebraska , which v
overwhelmingly in .favor of the
law , must bow to that decree.
Instead of being able to devote
the summer and fall to a calm and
thoughtful discussion and study of
public questions , free from the
heat of partisanship , the people of
the state must prepare for the an
nual plunge into politics. The
earnest consideration for the best
means of remedying glaring evils
that afliict the state , which , in the
past few months , has been pro
ductive of much good , will shortly
be asked to give way to the de
mands of the party. The fact ,
while it cannot be helped , is to be
The World-Herald feels , how
ever , that partisanship does not
appeal as strongly to Nebraskans
as it did a few years ago. Public
sentiment is crystalizing in a de
mand for relief from heavy burd
ens and intolerable impositions ,
and not even the heat of political
campaign will be able to dissipate
that sentiment or undo the pro
gress that has been made.
i It is to be hoped that the citi 1
zens of Nebraska , whatever their
party affiliations , who are earnest
in their desire for reform , will
manifest their earnestness even in
this off-year election. Let them
attend their primaries ; let them
send good , clean men to their con
ventions ; let them scrutinize the t
standing of applicants for place
upon their tickets , and demand
some other qualification beside the
railroad O. K. If they will do
this they will get the most good
out of a campaign they would
gladly and might profitably have
Our sympathies to the people of '
the First district. Thanks to the
hoggishness of Senator Burkett
last fall , in demanding election to
two offices at the same time , they
are called upon to suffer two cam ;
paigns in one year. One will
tread upon the other's heels. It's .
tough on the First district but
then Elmer Jacob Burkett had to
be taken care of , regardless of the
convenience of the people. World
Herald. . . J t <
Need only to call up
any time they want Drug
Store Goods and we will *
immediately send a messen- .
ger with the desired articles.
It's no trouble to us to
QUIGLEY & CHAPMAN ,
Contract Let for Road 10O
titles from Casper.
The Northwestern has given the ,
contract for the grading of the
Casper extension , from Casperf
Wyo. , to Poison Creek , Shoshone .
reservation , to Kilpatrick Bros. < & '
Collins of Beatrice. The contract
was let the other day , Manager '
Bidwell , . who returned Sunday
morning from Chicago , announc
ing the fact.
Work on the contract will begin
at once and it will be pushed rap-
idly , as the road is desirous of
getting the track in condition for
service as soon as possible. The
distance is a little over 100 miles. |
Several hundred men and teams
will be employed in the work. '
FOURTH OF JULY CELEBRATION
Ci'ookstoii , Nebraska.
Salute at Sunrise.
9:00 : A. M. Reading of Dec
laration of Independence.
Song by Crookston Quartet.
Address by James C. Quigley.
Song by Crookston Quartet.
Ball Game Crookston vs Har
mony. Purse § 15.00.
Ball Game Schlagel vs Crooks-
Lon. Purse § 10.00.
Pony Races , Boys' and Girls'
One attraction possessing more
merit than any ever given in the
THE GREAT CAMERONI ,
ivho suspended 300 feet , will make
i wire slide of 1000 feet , holding
irmly by his teeth , making a slide
'or his life. This attraction , from '
ivory point of view , will be worth |
Doming miles to see. This man
julls against any team of horses
vith his teeth and will give many
ther thrilling exhibitions during
he day. i
Good Bowery and Dancing in
.he Afternoon and Evening. |
Everybody cordially invited. , ,
Mr. Barnes is looking after < he
elephone line out at Kennedy. j.
Cnpt. Kirkman Reaches Ft.
Leaven worth , Kas. , June 23.
Former Captain George S. Kirk
man , Twenty-fifth infantry , U. S.
A. , was brought to the federal
penitentiary today to serve a three-
year sentence at hard labor. Kirk
man had two telescopes and two
large trunks filled with clothing.
He will be detained in a large
room with about 100 new arrivals ,
Indians , Mexicans , negros and
whites , for a few days. World-
Old Timers at Dead wood Be
wildered by Reform.
Dead wood , S. D. , June 2i.
Old timers in Lead and Dead wood
are wondering if they are hearing
and seeing things aright.
, For nearly thirty years they
have been accustomed to the wide
open saloons with its crowd of
miners and prospectors making
life gay around the gambling
tables and bar. Now they see the
games of chance removed , screens
down from the windows of the sa
loons , chairs and tables cleared out
and all seems new to the lookeron.
Some say it is a spasmodic re
form movement of the anti-saloon
people which will last a month or
so and then the "lid will come
off. " World-Herald.
From my place , 2 miles east of
town on the river , one brown
horse , branded (01 ( on left hip. j
left hind foot is white. Also , one
black stock hog. Liberal reward
CHARLES PRICE ,
242 Valentine Nebr.
We have just received a full line of the celebrated
Farm Implements ,
Plows , both riding and walking
Harrows , Disks , etc , etc ,
We have three different
makes of riding Cultivators
and also carry in stock Lister
Carriages suitable for convert
ing any steel beam walking !
lister or plow into a riding lis
ter or a riding plow.
Experience has proven that
the JOHN DEERE goods are
the best in the market , and by"
buying two car loads we are
enabled to make you very closfc
prices , Our friends are invited
to call and inspect the goods.
m 5u toil Lite Co.
SATURDAY , JULY
WILL SELL AT S-
, . ,
at 10:30 : A. M , at Public Auction to the highest bidder for cash , ap it I
proximately the following
300 HORSES MARES ,
including the Company's best hajing teams for mowers , sweeps and rakes ,
SADDLE HORSES and some MARES with colts by
young their sides.
This number will also include about 60 head of young native mares and geldings ( by
pure bred Percheron stallion ) raised on the company's ranch ,
and running from yearlings upward.
ALSO THEIR BEST
WAGONS MOWERS HARNESS and a large assortment
, , of various kinds of MACHINERY
In addition to the above auction sale
The Standard Cattle Cc
will hold the following sales :
At Pass Ranch , FRIDAY , JULY 7 , 1905
At Big Creek Ranch , MONDAY , " 10 , 1905
At Carver Ranch , WEDNESDAY , " I 2 , 1905
At these sales they will offer for cash to the highest bidder :
All their haying and farm machinery not included in the Mullen sale. Sale at each *
ranch will commence at 10:30 : a. m. on dates mentioned ,
W. E. Hite assisted by G. E Tracewell , will conduct the Mullen sale , and Gr.
* * Tracewell the other three sales on the 7th , 10th and 12th of July ,