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Some Mothers , unconscious of the injurious
effects of Alum , are daily giving it.to . their Children by .the use of so-called Cheap- Baking Powder. What Mother would do so if she only knew ? Alum's Worst Work is its early harmful influence on the child's digestive organs. . Positively Never , should Children of tender years be required to eat it in their food. Secure your Children against Alum in their food. ROYAL is made from Pure Refined Grape Cream of Tartar Aids Digestion. The Loup Valley Hereford Eanch. Brownlee.Nebr , I Prince Boabdel 131693 and Curly Coat 112261 at head of herd. The blood of Fowler. Anxiety , Lord Wilton and Sir Gladstone predomi nates in my herd. I have no bulls for sale until 1907. having sold all bulls on hand. I will handle only pure bred Herefords in the future. C , H. FATTLHABEII , H. S. LOCKWOOD Handles the SHARPLESS CREAM SEPARATOR , FLOUR , GRAIN AND HAY. Opposite Postoffie. Phone 71. JOHN F. POEATH Hiege , Kebr. Tubular wells and windmills , me up by Telephone. 11 K J. W. * COUKTY SUKVBTOK Valentine - STebr. All work will be given prompt and careful attention. JOHN M. TUCKEB , COUNTY ATIOBXEY. Practices in all State Courts. H. M. CRAMEE , City Deliveryman , Trunks , valises and packages hauled to and from the depot and all parts of the City. . N. J. Austin. J. W. Thompson. Austin General Blacksmithin and Wood Work. HORSE SHOEING A SPECIALTY. H. DAILEY , Dentist , Office over the grocery deparment of T. C. Hornby's store. Will be in Rosebud agency July 3rd , Oct. 2nd and Jan. 1 , 1904 : . C. M. SAGESEK ' Barber a First-class Shop in Every Respect Eau de Quinine Hair Tonic , Golden Star hair Tonic , Herplcide and Coke's Dandruff Cure. Try Pompeian Face Massage Cream MILL PRICES FOR FEED , October IS , 1906. PerCwt. Per Ton. Bran , sacked § SO § 15 00 of Shorts , sacked 90 17 00 ed Screenings , sacked 70 13 00 Chop Feed , sacked 1 10 21 00 Corn , sacked J 00 19 00 Chop Corn , sacked 1 05 20 00 Opts , sacked 1 15 22 00 We W C. T. U. Column. We earnestly urge all W. C. T. U. members and others who are interested in the Georgia saloon case to attend the hearing before the commissioners on Saturday , Nov. 10. WQ have been encouraged to endeavor to have the "rest anc reading room" opened on Satur days , since it has been suggestec to us by some business people that it would be a good thing foi people coming in from the coun try 'round about , to have the hal to go to. Bethel hall will be open Saturday , "Nov. 10 , with a welcome to all. In the United States the schoo ! children have saved and depositec to their credit four million dollar ? since the savings system was first introduced in 18S5. We now have the system in 1500 schools in 28 states of this country. The num ber of schools using this system has increased about 25 per cent since the Geneva World's Wom an's Christian Temperance Union convention three years ago. State and local educators and school boards speak highly of its effects. Less cheap candy , gum and cig arettes are bought , and children are Imore industrious and more truly generous. Mrs. Oberholtzer t Contest Notice. U. S. Land Office Valentine. Nebraska , November 1. 1900. A sufficient contest having been fil-'d in this oJllce oy William F.we iringen. contestant , a- gain-t Homesread entry No. KJ309. made No vember IS. 1901. for-BJSSWif. Section 18. and E&NWJ4. Section 19. Townsliin 34. Kange 25. by Walter Drown contestee. in wliicli it is alleged that Walter Brown 1ms wholly abandoned said land and changed his residence therefrom for more than six months last past , tuat the land is not settled upon nor cultivated in good faith > the law miuir-s , and entrymao has never established his residence 'npoir ' the land as the law requires , an4 he his : failed to cure his laches , up to this date ; find said alleged absence from the said laud was not due to his employ ment in the army , navy , or marine corps of the United States as a privtteoldier , olltCT , sea- mnn or marine during the war with Spain or during any oilier war in which the United Sta'es may lie engaged ; said parties are notified to appear , respond ani offer evidence touching said allegation at 10 o'clock a. m. flu December 13 1900. before the register and re ceiver at the United States Land Oflice in Val entine. i ebraska The said contestant having , in a proper affi davit , filed November 1. lOOG.setforth facts which shoy that after due diligence personal service tliis not jce can not bb made , it is hereby ordered and directed that such notice be given by due and proper publication. 43 5 ' E. OLSON , Receiver. Lady woulql like to get work by day. Telephone 91. .43pd NOTICES. Notice to Creditors. THE STATB OF NKHRASKA \ In the County CHKUKY COUNTY.a \ Court , In the matter of the estate of Hirraan Me N mee , deceased : To the crediters of said estate : i'ou are hereby notified , That I will sit at the County Court Room i" Valentine in said county on the 24th day of November 1900 at 10 o'clocK a" , in. , 10 recene and examine all claims against said estate , with a view to their adjustment : ind allowance. The tinie limited lor the presenta tion of claims against said estate is the24th day of Notvmoer A. I ) . 1900 and the time limited for payment of debts is1 one j ear from said list day of Octobner 190G. Witness my hand and the seal of said county court , this 29th day of October. woo. w. R. TOWNE , 42 4 County Judge. Notice to Creditors. THK STATK OF NKBHASKA i 00 In the County COUNTY. fBi > Court. In the matter of the estate of Henry A. Murphy , deceased : . - To the Creditors of said Estate : You are hereby notified , That I will sit at the Cot nty Court Room in Valentine in said county on the 24th day ot November , 1906 , at 10 o'clock a. in. to receive and examine all claims against said estate , with a.view to their adjustment and allowance. The time limited for the presenta tion of claims against said estate is the 24 li day of .November , A.D.1900 , and the time limited for payment of debts is one vear from said 17th day ol March , 1906 , Witness my hand and seal of said county court ' this 2dth day of Oct > ber. A. I ) . 1900. W.R TOWNE. 42 4 County Judge. Contest Notice. U. S. Land Oflice. Valentine. Nebraska. ( . October 25. 1900. ) A sufficient contest affidavit having been filed in this office by George w.Allard , contestant ag.un.st homestead entrj No. 17 032 , made Sept - t mter2S.i904 lory , NiS\VJ4. } section 30 and W NK i and N\\ ! < i hection 29. Township 3t. Kunge 29. by J lui Cannon. c ( ntestee. in which it is alleged thai John Carmou never estab lished a re&ideii e on said land ; aiso claimant has new r cultivated said Ui d ; also that claim ant has wholly abandoned aaitt land for more than six months last past and that he has failed t cure is Uciies to this date. A i d that said alleged absence from said land was not due to his employment in the army. navy or m.trine corps of the United Stutes as a private soldier , officer or marine , miring the wur with spam , or during any other war iu which the United States may bt engaged. S. Id parties are hereby uotilied to appear- respoud and > ftVr evidence touching said alle gation ac lo o'clock a.m. on December 12 190jbe- ( lore the regisier and receiver at the U. S. Land Oitice i i Valentine , Nebraska. Ihe said contestant having , in a proper alhda- vitllliductoni'rii , IQOG , set forth facts which show that after due deligeiice , personal service of this notice can not be made , it is hereby or- cler-d and uirccted t tat such notice be given by due and proper publii'ali n , 42 ! > E. OLSON , Receiver. Order of Hearing- and Notice of Probate of Will. In the County Court of Cherry County , Ne braska. To the beirs and to all persons interested in the estate ot Elmer E. Crane , deceased. On reading the petition of Olie Crane praying that the mstriim nt lileu in this court on tue 24 : h day of October , 11)06. ) and purporting to be the last wiil and testament of the said deceased may be proveu and allowed , and recorded as the last will and testament of Elmer E. tJrane , deceased ; that said instrument be admitted to probate , < * na the administration of said estate > e granted to Olio Crane as executrix. It is hereby ordered that you and all persons interested in said matter , may , and do appear at the County Court to be held in and lor jher- ry t ' 0111111' , Nebraska , oa the 10th day of No- vem-icr , A. D. , 190G , at 10 o'clock a. m. , to show cansif any there be , why the prayer ot the petitioner should not be granted and that notice ot the pendency of said petition and that the hearing tuereot be given n all persons in terested in said matter uy publishing a copy of this Order in the Valentine Democrat a weekly newspaper pi iuttd in said county , for 3 suc cessive wee s prior to said day of hearing. f Witness my hand , and seal of said SEAL Court this 21th day of October. 1906. W. R. TOWNE , 41-3 County Judge. Tuken Up By the undersigned on Oct. 30 , 1003 , one f our- eur old red and wuite spotted steer , white face. branded - < 011 left sh julder - on left side = in tlneh. HENRY &TETTEK. 425 _ Valentine , Nebr. , trnyc : ! or Stolen. From my place at Red Deer ake , last May , one black 2 year Did mare , brown nose , branded ( 3 S J on right thigh. Reasonable reward will be paid , for her re- 2P very. JESSE BROSIUS , Woodlake , JSTeb. REPUBLfCANSJARRY CHIO Elect Entire State Ticket by a Safe Majority. Columbus , Nov. 7. Tlie indications are that the Republicans have elected Thompson , secretary of state , and their entire state ticket by a safe ma- jority. Chairman Dick o the Repub lican state commitfee said at 10:30 : p. m. : "Returns from Republican coun ty chairmen show the election of the entire state ticket by a plurality ex ceeding 75,000. " Senator Dick , chairman of the state Republican committee , sent the fol lowing telegram to President Roosevelt velt : "Ohio Republican by not less than 75,000 and elects seventeen Re publican congressmen , three Demo crats , with one district in doubt. " Chairman Garber of the Democratic committee still refuses verbally to concede the election of the Repub lican ticket , the nearest to that being a statement that the Republican plu rality would not exceed 25,000 anyway. Democrats Win in Oklahoma. Guthrie , Okla. , Nov. 7. The consti tution of the new state of Oklahoma will be written by Democrats. Vernon Whiting , secretary of the Oklahoma Republican central committee , con cedes the Democrats 73 delegates , while Chairman Jesse Dunn of the Democratic committee says there will be at least 78 Democratic delegates on the floor of the convention. Repub lican managers admit that Oklahoma porved a great disappointment. The "unknown" quantity of the Indian ter ritory was a practical concession to the Democrats , but nine Oklahoma districts , counted on by the Republic an leaders , were carried by the op position. The Osage nation elected 2 Democrats. The Indians , as a general rule , voted the Democratic ticket. Kentucky. Louisville , , Nov. 7. Returns indi cate that the only change in the Ken tucky delegation to congress would be 'in the Third district , where the Re publicans have apparently gained a seat. This , with the two they already hold , gives eight Democratic and three Republican representatives. The returns from the Democratic primary came in slowly and only one-fourth of the 119 counties had been heard from , but the returns indicate the nomina tion of James B. McCreary , the incum bent , for United States senator , over Governor J. C. Beckham , by a major ity of about 8,000. For the governor ship the race is very close , Samuel W. Hager having only a slight lea J over N. B. Hays. Texas. Austin , Tex. , Nov. 7. Notwithstand ing excellent weather and the efforts of political leaders , the total vote cast was small , comparatively speaking , not exceeding 400,000 votes all told , some 135,000 of which represents th combined vote of the Republicans , th Socialists and the Prohibition party. The balance represents the Democrat ic vote. The next legislature will bs Democratic overwhelmingly , there be ing only a slight chance for the Re publicans to get one member in the lower house out of a possible 128. All Democratic congressmen were elected by good majorities. South Carolina , Charleston , Nov. 7. The election held in South Carolina was without incident and a very small vote waa * polled. Governor F. M. Ansell ( Dem. ) j and the entire state ticket was elect1 ed , the only opposition being J. L. | Chandler , who received half a hundred Socialist votes. Seven Democratic congressmen were elected , five with out opposition. Mississippi. Jackson , Nov. 7. The election in Mississippi passed off without inter est , practically the vote being light in each of the congressional districts. The Democratic candidates were with out opposition , the usual off year ma jorities being given each of them. The constitutional amendments , it is believed , were adopted by a small ma jority. W Georgia. Jc Atlanta , Nov. 7. The only election Jcpr contest in Georgia was in the First in congressional district. Edward ( Dem. ) was elected by a plurality of about 4,000. The three candidates for judges of the newly created court of appeals were unanimously elected. Florida. Jacksonville , Nov. 7. All the Dem ocratic candidates in Florida are elect ed. The legislature is probably unan imously Democratic. The proposition advocated by Governor Broward to drain the Everglades seems to be de feated. Tennessee. Nashville , Nov. 7. Reports show Patterson ( Dem. ) , for governor , re bej ceived the usual off year majorities in middle Tennessee , which indicates his election by from 25,000 to 30,000. Connecticut. New Haven , Nov. 7. Returns sho\f that large Republican majorities have been returned for the entire state ticket , the four district congressmen and for congressman-at-large. New Hampshire. Concord , Nov. 7. Seventy-five towns and wards out of 290 in New Hampshire gave'for governor : Floyd Rep. ) , 8,002 ; Jameson ( Dem. ) , 6,415. Alabama. Montgomery , Ala. , Nov. 7. Returns indicate an overwhelming victory for the Democratic ticket and nominees for congress. R M Faddis& Co. Postofflce address Valentine or Kennedy. Some branded " " ' on left thigh. Horses branded ion left shoulder or thigh. Some Some branded j i-randed ( on right thigh on left r or shou.der. I shculdprf ; or thigh f N. S. Rowlev Kennedy , - Nebraska Same as cut on left jide and hip , and on left shouldpr of horses ses AlsoEJSSB on -fl Hide * * - 1on ieftHe S > me 'at. t'e ' brand- d husk-SSEaSliB ng peg.either ( side up ) - 'eft ' sioe or hip. c ou left Jaw and e t shomrter ot horses. QJ QJQ on left hip of horses. M on left jaw of horses Simeon Neb Stock branded with 7 on left hip also same as cut Range between tfordonand Snake -reeks and on the Niobrara river J P GARDINER Postofflce address Cody , Nebraska On left side of cat tle : horses O righjt nrmRange Range , north and south of Niobrara erl2-milessouth- st of Cody George Heyne Cody , Neb Brand registered No 1027 Horses branded on left shoulder Range north and south of Cutcomb Lake in Cherry Co P. H. Young. Simeon. Nebr. Cattle branded as cut on left side Some side. on Iftf t jaw of V lurses. Range on Gordoa Creek north of Simeon , A T DAVIS Postofflce address Hyannis , Neb On right side horses on left shoulder also cattle on right s' Range id miles north of Hvannis Sandy Williams Merriman. Nebr. Mostly on left side. Some on right side. Horses same on left shoulder Range Lake Creek , S , D. C. R .Little. Merriman , Nebr. On either side Horses same on hip. Also a > Range Lake Creek 8D Pat Peiper Simeon Nehr Roan Brothers Woodlake Neb John Roan's private mark , slit left ear C. P. Jordan. Rosebud , SD Horses and cattle same as cut ; also CJBE JJ on right hip. Range on Oak and Butte creeks. A liberal reward for information leading to detection of rustlers of stock earingany of these brands. THE eft 3ai Only Double Track Itailroad between Jlivsottri Itlver ntttl Cliicayo. Directlineto St Paul-Jlinneajt- olis. Direct line to JSlaclt. Jlills. AlWlU to nearest ttgent for rates maps and time cards. 3y : Nel Ell ! i. . . 0. W. BEAMER Gordon , Net ) ' Oattiu brande > on leftside a cut , 6-Inch bo and24-lncbcirck ! Brand registered 875 Horses Mo Ho * Kegiswreo 07b. Range mile * . * mU. Irwin on IHobrara river. Parmelee Cattle Co. Ro ebud.S. D , Cattle branded as cut on left side with stripe under tail. Horses brandec left thigh. Range on Soldier creek. * * ' Metzger Bros Rolf Ne Cattle branded anywhere on left side. Earmark , square crop right ear. Horses have same brand on left thigh. Range on Go on andjnakeiCreeks conviction of any person or stealing , cattle with above brand. Jos. Bristol Valentine , Nebr. Range on brara river four miles east of Ft. Niobrara. Horses and cattle branded JNB connected on left hip or side ag shown in cut H A BUCK Fostofflce address Hyannis , Neb Branded on lelt side Range eighteen miles north of Mvannis J. A. YARYAN Pullman , Nebr Cattle branded JY on right side Horses branded JY on right shoulder Reasonable reward for any information leading to the re covery of cattle strayed from my range. J.F. Swain Sparks , Nebr. Cattle branded on ft side as shown n cut. Range South of Sparks on Nio brara river , D. M. Sears. Kennedy , Nebr. Cattle branded as on cut.left side Some on left hip. Horses same on left shoulder. Range Square Lake. WILLIAM BEAMER Gordon , Nebr. Cattle branded same as cut on left side. Horses branded ; on left Hhoulder. Range 6 miles south of Irwln. J. B. Lord Simeon Neb i Stock branded aaaie as cut back right shoulder and en right hip Range on the Ntobrara ALONZO HEATH Postofflce address Cody , Nebraska sd ! ° en ses left shoulder. Range nortn Cutcomb Lake Garner Brothers. Cody , Nebr. Anywhere on cat tle. Horses on left shoulder. Range- North Sawyer Bros. ostofflce address. Oasis , Nebr G. K. Sawyer has charge of these cat tle Horses D 8 on ( leltshoulder. Some left side es same Nebraska Land ds Pres Will G Comstoclf V V i C Jamison Sec&Treas ' ' Cattle branded on any part of animal- also the fntin t horaea same between on the F.B. - sK - and . Adeaa Northwestern . Nebraska ? * IOHAKDB.