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The Valentine Democrat. (Valentine, Cherry Co., Neb.) 1896-1898, October 08, 1896, Image 8

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Barn located on the east side of town
First class rigs and careful drivers
Good accommodationsfor feed
ing and stabling
C M SAGESER
TONSORIAL
ARTIST
Hair cutting and shaving
Shop in the WH Moses building
HOT AND GOLD BATHS
Valentine Nebr
O WJVfOREY
WATCHMAKER
JEWELER
Diamonds Watches Clocks
Jewelry Silverware Spectacles and
Musical Instruments
Valentine
Nebraska
JIM Prices or Feed
Bran bulk 40c per cwt 700ton
Shorts bulk 50c per cwt 9 00 ton
Screenings 85c - 6 00
Chop Feed 7c S13 00
Corn 50c
Oats 65c
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-Ed Catron the man who Sheriff
Essex brought up from Kansas several
weeks ago gave a good and sufficient
bond Tuesday and he was released by
the sheriff a wealthy uncle being his
bondsman Jt will be remembered that
Catron was under arrest for cattle
stealing in this county the stealing
having been done a year ago or more
After Catron had been arrested in
Cheyenne county Kansas he attempt
edfto escape and the -sheriff shot him
inithe leg During the time he was in
Bushville he was under care of Dr
Davis and when he was taken away by
his friends Tuesday night he was car
ried to the train and put on a bed in
the baggage car This case has already-been
quite expensive to Sheri
dan county and the Standard is
pleased to know that the man is out
on bail Ruslimlle Standard
Weatliei -Report
Following is a summary of the
weather experienced here during the
past week and up to 10 oclock -this
morning
DAY TEMP MAX
Thursday 80
Friday 75
Saturday 86
Sunday 78
Monday 55
Tuesday 60
Wednesday 65
Thursday - -70
MIX PRECP
50
40
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45 trace
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-42
Precipitation is given in inches and
hundredths Observations by C It
Watson of IT S weather bureau The
weather bureau day is from Q p m to
6 p m
1QQ Keicard 100
The readers of this paper will be pleased to
learn that there is at least one dreaded disease
that science aas been able to cure in all its
staces and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh
Cure is the only postive cure known to the med
ical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional
disease requires a constitutional treatment
flails Catarrh Curs is taken internally acting
dircctlvuDon the bleod and mucous surfaces of
tne system inereoy aesiroyinc xne iounaauon
of the disease and giving the patieut stre utii j
by building up the constitution and assisting
nature in doing its work The proprietors have I
so much faith Tn its curative powers that rhey
oiler One Huidred Dollars for any tlut it i
lulls Ut cure S- id for list of tesum rniaK
Address F J CH Ei Co Toledo O
fiF8iJd b IX uggists 76c
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S MO CAPES
EW LATEST STYL
PeiGESTOSUIT
tc hornby THE BIG STONE STORE
Have
The entire stock -of
Clothing Hats Boots
Shoes Trunks Val
ises and Furnishings
formerly owned by
OTTO BERGER
and have marked all
the goods at Lowest
Prices possible rCome
rand geta bargain
SELDEN
THE TAILOR
remains with the firm
Dont forget us when
you want clothing
Yours for business
TINARD
NORTHWESTERN
LIVERY AND
FEED STABLE
HITT Kneeland Props
THE VALENTIN DEMOCRAT
Svccisiaonzo
CHERRY COUNTY INDEPENDENT
fEOBEET GOOD Editor and -Publisher
B Vifcmain of Lyons Nebr is in
tbwu with a car load of Nebraska
apples
rIt is said that a gentleman from
Ainsworth contemplates opening a
batcher shop here in the near future
T 0 Hornby is all puffed up these
days because some one told 4um his
handwriting resembled that of a
preacher
Rev Bates will deliver a series of
talks on the Apostles Creed at the
Episcopal church commencing with
the first Sunday in November
Dr Win B Ely will speak at
Brownlee on Oct 12 Prom there he
goes to Thedford Hyannis etc to
Chadron returning on this line of road
the latter part of the month
The delinquent tax list appears on
the inside pages of Tile Democrat
and is so arranged that it will be an
easy matter for you to loos up your
taxes if your property is on the list
jST B Johnston aud family to
gether with Mrs Kneeland mother of
Mrs Johnston started this morning
for Warsaw Missouri where they will
reside in the future
Prank Giilett who has the contract
f for delivering 10000 bushels of oats to
the QMD at Fort Niobrara at 49
cents per hundred did not receive
much profit on the first car load They
were rejected and if the contract is
lived up to it will be a very hard
matter to lid it Perhaps it is the
quality of the cereal that makes the
price so low this year not the Wilson
tariff
J M Williams of Durand Illinois
a brother-in-law of F K Bivens ar
rived in town Friday night and
Saturday morning in company with
L L Bivens went to Kosebud to see
his relative Mr Bivens -was not at
the Agency and they drove from
there to Black Pipe thirty five miles
northwest returning Sunday after
noon The entire trip of 140 miles in
cluding a half days visit was made iu
less than do hours Mr WilJiams re
turned east Monday morning
The executive committee has fouud
it necessary to postpone the meeting of
the fourth annual convention of the
Nebraska State Irrigation Association
to be held at Lexington Nebraska
from the 7 8 9 of October until the
192021 of November The selec
tion of these latter dates was thought
to be essential to the most complete
success of the meeting There were
conflicting meetings and engagements
of a large number who were particu
larly anxious to attend and the change
was made by unanimous decision of
the local executive committee at -Lexington
after due deliberation
Cw Hiiniissioiiers Proceedings
Valentine NebM Oct 6 1896
Commissioners met in regular ses
sion Present M Dunham chairman
P Sullivan Max E Viertel
The board resumed consideration of
the question of bondingthe5 county
for the purpose of building and
furnishing a court house and of the
petition of 60 tax payers praying that
the question be submitted to the
qualified voters at the next general
election and whereas it appears from
the returns of the assessors of the
various precincts that the taxable
valuation of Cherry county for the
yearU896 is 1219537 and that there
fore said county of Cherry could be
legally bonded for the sumof 12500
for the purpose of building and
furnishing a court house and that it
would be expedient and wise to do so
and the board having ascertained that
the lowest rate of interest at which
such bonds could be negotiated would
be five per cent per annum and that
the highest price at which said bonds
could be negotiated would be one
hundred cents on the dollar
It is therefore resolved and de
termined by the board that at the
general election to be held in said
county on the 3rd day of November
A D 1S96 the question be i8ubmitted
to the qualified electors of said county
of Cherry Said bonds to take effect
on the first day of January 1897 and
to become due and payable on the
first day of January 1913 provided
that the same may be paid off at the
option of the county board at any
time after the expiration or ten years
from the first day of January 1897
and to draw interest at the rate of
five per cent per annum payable semi
annuallyOn the first days of January
and July in each year until payment
of the principal and interest has been
made
It is therefore resolved that the
election for the purpose of voting up
on bonds contemplated to be issued be
held on the third day of November
1896 and that the proclamation of
the same be published for four con
secutive weeks prior to said day of
election in The Republican The
Western News and also Iiie Valen
tine Democrat weekly newspapers
published in the village of Valentine
in said county of Cherry and of gen
eral circulation therein and that a
copy of the question herein submitted
be posted -up at each polling place in
the county during the day of election
Said motion is submitted by the
chairman all -members voting in favor
thereof and the satne Is by the chair
man declared carried
Moved by commissioner
thai the said -election proclamation be
as follows and that said election be
conducted in accordance therewith
r to wit
PIIOCIjAMAPION OK EJECTION-
For the purpose of voting bonds in the sum
ot 12500 for the purpuse of building and
furnishing a court house at the county seat in
Valentine Cherry county Nebrabka
Notice is hereby given to the qualified electors
of Cherry county in the state of Nebraska that
whereas the county board of said countv at the
regular meeting of said board held on the Cth
day of October 189G at the court house in Valen
tine in said county for the purpose of acting
upon and considering the question of issuing the
coupon bonds of said county for the purpose of
building and furnishing a court house in said
county of Cherry and whereas the board
after due consideration believes that it would
be wise anil expedient to issue said bonds
aforesaid and said board having found that the
assessed valuation of the taxable property of
said countv for the year 189C is 11219537 and
that said county can be legally bonded for the
sum of 12500 and said board having ascertain
ed that the highest price bonds could be nego
tiated forwas one hundred cents on the dollar
Now therefore notice is hereby given that on
Tuesdpy the 3rd day of November next an
election will be held at th various voting
places in the several election precincts of said
county and the qualified voters of said precincts
may vote upon the following proposition
Shall the county board ot Cherry County in
the state of Nebraska issue th coupon bonds
of said county in thesum of S125O0 for the pur
pose of building and furnishing a court house
said bonds to take effect January 1st 1898 and to
drawinterest at the rate of five per cent per
annum payable semi annually on tne first days
of July and January in each year until the
interest thereon has been fully paid the princi
pal and interest thereof being payable at the
office of the the county treasurer of said county
said bonds to become due on the first day of
January 1913 provided that the county board
of said Cherrj county may at its option pay the
full amount of said bonds at any time after the
expiration of ten years from the date of their
taking effect And 3hall the county1 board of
Cherry county aforesaid annually levy upon the
taxable property of Cherry county a tax suffici
ent to pay the interest and principal of said bonds
when due and shall said county board at the
last annualtax levy provided by law preced
ing the maturity of said bonds or preceding
the time when they may elect to pay the -same
subsequently to the expiration of the ten years
as herein set forth levy upon the taxable
property of said county a sum sufficient to pay
the principal and interest not otherwise pro
vided for aud then unpaid upon said bonds
And shall said county board negotiate said
bonds at not less than tlMr par value the
amount realized from the sale of said bonds to
be used iu the building and furnishing a county
court house for the use of said Cherry county
The tickets used by those voting in favor of
said proposition shallihave printed thereoivthe
words to wit For the proposition of issuing
bonds and tax for court house And the tickets
used by those voting against said proposition
shall havo printed thereon Against the
propositiomof issuing bonds and tax for court
house-
M Dukbam
P SULUVAJf
Max E Viertkl
Board of County Commissioners
Which motion being submitted all
of said -commissioners rote in favor
thereof and the same is by the chairman-declared
carried
Wanted at Once
Ten good teams to haul freight- to
the Brick yard and Rosebud Agency
Will have lmumg all winter
36 Davenport Thaciier
The condition of untMe shipped this
3 ear is said to be poure r than last
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WOOD ME DEPARTMENT
By Kelly
Pearl Porter Sundayed in the city
C A Johnson had business in Val
entine Tuesday
Come and hear N D Jackson of
Neligh speak on the 9th
Clarence Walcott returned f om
Sioux City Monday night
Jim Woodman and Anna Bieber
were visitors in Valentine last -week
Mrs J D Woodman arrived from
Oakdale Saturday night consequent
ly Jim is happy
o
If the Lord dont know any more
about Kellys Aunt than Kelly does
she is a lost lamb
Jesse Marion is suffering from a
broken leg this -week caused by hand
ling a vicious horse
C A Johnson sold two hundred and
fifty head of feeders last week to
parties from West Point
Will Johnson and Theo Hoefs each
shipped a car load of sheep to South
Omaha Tuesday morning
Doc Nicholson was in Wood Lake
Monday thereby causing lots of grief
with the forceps C A Jolmson was
among the unfortunates
Dr W B Ely of Ains worth speaks
here on the issues of the day Saturday
evening the 10th from a sound money
standpoint Come all and hear an
able speaker
Mrs A E Morris and son Jack re
turned from Omaha Saturday night
where they have leen visiting friends
and relatives for the past two weeks
A E came in after them Sunday and
returned home in the afternoon
Wood Iiftke 3To 2
Mrs Jim Day is visiting friends
and relatives in the city for a few
week
Hark do I hear the chime of wed
ding hells I think I do How is
that Ed
More days But Elmer Day and
wife say that their small Day is the
nicest baby of all
Wash Honey is expecting his broth
er and brother-in-law Irom
Michigan
here in a few days for a short visit
Mrs Ada Holt arrived here Tues
day morning for a short visit at the
home of her sister Mrs C M Bailey
Mrs Coryell is erecting a new
dwelling house near C M Baileys
Mrs Coryell expects to make this her
future home
The Episcopal services were well
attended last Friday night Mr
Bates seems to be well thought of in
thislocality as well as others
We think that there are two certain
young men here that are giving music
lessons or at least they entertained
two young ladies at Mr Deweys last
Sunday evening How is that boys
H E Dewey and wife and Mrs
Swan were out in the Hats visiting
last week Miss Sadie Dewey looking
after the interests of the hotel during
Mrs Swans absence
Judge Walcott and wife came down
Saturday morning on the passenger rto
meet his mother as she expected to
stop off here and go out in the coun
try to visit her son Clarence but there
was no one -to meet her so she went
home with Judges family to visit for
a few days
Kellys Aunt
Georgia
A careful canvass of this precinct
gives the plutocrats just three votes
Three new families moved into
town this week to have the benefit of
of our school
Haymaking is over lor this season
and a good supply forthe winter has
been secured by all who have stock to
winter
Two more families have moved back
who left Cherry county last spring
they say they have found no place
like home
Does the republican platform in
dorse the practice of a candidate hold
ing on to one office wliile he awaits the
result of an election to see if he is to
have another different one An early
answer is requested by TJ and I
East German Precinct
Mrs Frank Eeese is home for a
short stay
Frank Higgins and family visited in
this vicinity Sunday
P A Johnson has been having
some trouble with his well the same
being repaired last week Parties from
the German settlemect did the re
pairing
Miss Phebe Ormesher went down to
the fort to have her eyes treated She
remained over night with her sister
Mrs Eda Cole
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Frank Lans ng was taking in the
sights in the neighborhood last evening
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THE COLONIAL TIP j LATESTLASTS
THE RED FRONT
OUR SCHOOL DEPARTMENT
Mae Davenport
Laitors
Edna MacDonald
Freddie Everetts is the new pupil
in Miss Efners room this week
Miss Callen has two new pupils and
2ias seating room but for one more
Oct 23 a Columbian program will
be given after recess by the 8th grnde
pupils of the grammar room
Two new scholats Mabel Ashbnrne
and Le Boy Sawyer have commenced
attendance in Miss Browns room
A number of pupils from the high
school and grammer department will
render a few songs at the Teachers
Association Saturday
During the month of September in
Miss Callens room 28 pupils were
neither tardy or absent while in Miss
Efners room 22 hadthe same record
avaca Precinct
Mrs G A Waggoner visited in
Gordon last week and took in -the
fair
William Tice a
Tice is expected
week
brother -of Lee
from Iowa this
Pole Creekschool -is still minus ti
teacher A gentleman teacher is
preferred
Mr Will Enlow has just returned
from Xorth Platte and has taken
charge of his brothers ranch
Last Sunday was quarterly meeting
at Newman Chapel Elder Julian
preached two elegant sermons
Mr Jesse Trueblood has taken
possession of J H Bakers farm and
expects tc run a herd of sheep in the
future
Mr Charley Parkers is the place to
get genuine sorghum Charley is
working night and day and seems to
understand the business
Pole Cheek Itejiizer
U S Land Office Valentine Nebr
Oct 1S06 f
Notice is herebygiven that Lulu E Hilt form
erly Lulu h Punricr of rullman ebr has nlpd
notice of intention o make final nroof before
tile Register and Receher at their office in
aliitue Nebr on Tuesday the 17 day of Nov
1806 on timber culture application NTo 75 5 for
mv4 sej eVt swJ and lot 3 quiulerol section
o 30 in Lwp No 2r Range No35 W
She names as witnesse Jacob W McAdams
J hn W Timpo James Timple Clarence K
Smith all of Pullman Nebr
C R GLQC7ER Register
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W E HALEY
The DONOHER
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Sears Henry F Kime and
of Kennedy Neb also
Alexander B McAlevy
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BSTRACTERi
Valentine Nebraska
Has been rebuilt and rooms furnished with
NEW SUITS OF FURNITURE
Making it the most complete and comfortable
HOTEL IN THE NORTHWEST
SAiFLE ROOM AND LIVERY STABLE IN CONNECTION
Valentine Nebraska
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THE DRUGGIST
PAINTS
SUNDRIES
October Cth lgJkJ i
Notice is hereby Riven that Robert T Brown
has filed notice of intention to make final proof
before the Kegister or Receiver atbis office In
valentine Nebr on Wednesday the 18th day ot
November 18 on timber culture application
NoTTBO forthesVS se and sJ4 sw quarter of
section No 21 in Twp No 28 n llange No 31 w
He names as witnesses Joseph Kennedy
John Chaloud Joseph Culbertson and Samuel
S McClean all of rullman Nebr
Testimony of Claimant will be taken before
the Clerk of the District Court of Lewis County
at iis office In Chehalis Washington on Novem
ber 13th 1896
Also Samuel McClean of Pullman TTeb TC
7731 for the sA se and si4 sw See 22 Twp
28 lane34
He names the following witnesses Thomas
JieClean of Brownlee Nebr Joseph Ken
sedy John Chaloud and William C Bell ot
P uihnan Nebr
C R GLOVER Register
US Land Office Valentine Nebr J
Oct 7th 1896 f
tice is hereby given that the following nam
ed settler has filed notice of his intention to
make final proof iu support of his Claim and
thaksaid proof will be made before Register and
Receiver at Valentine Nebr on Nov 24th
1896 viz
John W Sears of Kennedy Itfeb
H E 8795 for the nwi Sec 33 Twp 23 R 30
He names the following witnesses to prove his
continuos residence uuon and cultivation nf
said land viz
George W Burge of Pass Neb nenry F
Kime Alexander B MeAlevy and Samuel E
McAlevy of Kennedy Neb also
Samuel E McAlevy of Kennedy Keb
H E 9094 for the sVs ne and nwSec 5
He names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon and cultivation or
said land viz
George W Burge of Pass Neb John W
William Errickson
of Kennedy
H 9695 for the ne Sec 32 Tvp 20 R 30
He names the following -witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon and cultivation of
said land viz
George W Burge of Pass Neb John W
Sears Henry F Kime and William Errlckson
of Kennedy Neb
C RGLO VJ5R Register
US Land Office Valentine Nebr i
OcCC 189Cf
Notice is hereby civen that the
ed settler has fllea notice of his intention to
make final proof in support of his claim and
that said proof will be made before Register
and Receiver at Valentine Nebr on Dec
llth 18DS viz
Michael Schneider of Nenzel Xeb
H E S519 for the sS swj and sis se4 Sec 9
Twp 34 R 32
He names the following witnesses to prove
bis continuous residence on and cultivation of
said landviz
Gottlieb Quadc Andrew Koralewsld
Jaus Koralewski and Edward Satterleo all of
onzei Ner also
Andrew Koralewski of enzel 3Teb
K E S710 lor tie nw Sec 15 Twp- 3i B Si
He names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence open and cultivatjon of
said land
Michael Schneider Gottlieb OniT
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iaus lvraiewsKi and tuwartl Satterlee all oC
Neiizel Neb
C R GLOVER Regiswr
Davenport Thacher carry a com
plete line of coffins and undertakers
supplies 27
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