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Valentine Democrat. (Valentine, Neb.) 1900-1930, September 09, 1909, Image 5

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: / . . . We positively ) guarantee
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. 1 our remedy fail to give entire
satisfaction , we will supply
it free of all cost to the user. ;
. " That's a frank statement of
facts , and we urge you to
i substantiate them at our risk.
To re-establish nature's
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functions ; to strengthen ,
- stimulate to activity , and re-
f " , store to perfect health weak
and deceased kidneys and as-
! i : . I sociate organs , there is really
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medicine , and to prove our
1 great faith in its efficacious
and dependable qualities , we
f offer it to you with our mon-
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b that's the best proof we can
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The system of paying
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man-for , you. It is
suited to the need of
. any business , either
large or small. It makes
no difference whether
we pay out § I' 10 or $10000
a month. A checking
account will serve your
needs. '
Pay by check , the
method puts system in-
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gives you a record of
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VALENTINE. NEBR. I
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MILL PRICES FOR FEED
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Per Cwt. Per Ton.
JBran , sacked . . . § 1 05 § 18 00
Shorts , sacked 1 05 20 00
Corn , sacke 1 25 24 00
/ Chop Corn , sacked 1 30 25 00
Chop Feed , sacked 1 40 27 00
Oats , sacked 1 45 28 00
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Given for any substance in-
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A. G. Ward was up from Wood
, Lake Monday
I Grant Boyer has just completed
I Wm. Taylor's residence and be
gun the erection of one for H. C.
Jennings.
P ? H. Young , George and T. J.
Christopher went to the state fair.
They returned this morning.
James Christopher accompanied
them home to live on his home-
stead near his son George.
I County Treasurer E. B. Quible
II i has selected ' r . H. Kennedy of
Kennedy as his deputy county
treasurer. This is a good selection
for many reasons. First , Mr.
Kennedy has a splendid education.
He is worthy , being an old resi-
dent who has never before been
honored with a : remunerative office
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in this county and is perhaps one
of the most capable men in this
county. educationally speaking. I
Mr. Kennedy : is deserving I
some recognition and his friends I
I . around Kennedy recommend him
highly. Mr. Quible's desire tq
I serve the people as their officer
has prompted him to make this
selection for his deputy which
meets with general approval so
far as we have heard.
Pardon the delay this week and
I scarcity of reading articles. Five
I big public sales are being adver-
t I tised and you will he more inter-
I ested in them than anything.
I Thomas J. Christopher comes first
i ! with a big pure , bred stock sale on
Tuesday. Sept. 21 , ten miles south-
west of Valentine. George J. and
Anna M. Gaskill on Wednesday ,
I Sept. 22 , will sell all their stock
I and farming tools five miles west
of Valentine. Mrs. Elma C.
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Richards , administrator of the es
tate of Edward R. Richards will
sell 600 head of cattle and all oth
: er property of the estate on
' Friday Sept. 2i , at the ranch
'Hear ' Kennedy. Yank O'Bryan
\ ' will sell 91 head of horses , 86 head
i of cattle , some hogs and a lot ot
; [ farm implements machinery , wag-
ons harness and tools on Tuesday
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I Sept. 28 , at his ranch on the res
I ervation 15 miles northwest of
I Valentine. Webster Wertz of
Crookston will - sell 44 head of
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stock implements , tools , build-
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ings , household goods and furni-
ture on Wednesday , Sept. 29 , at
I his ranch , one-quarter mile west
of Crookston. Read the big ad-
I vertisements of sales in this and
. next week's DEMOCRAT and watch
! ' this paper for public sales.
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Tobaccos and Cigars.
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' Canned Goods 2 2C Lunch Counter.
I ! PJ.ea Os. . ' 1 as an.d. : Bread. i I ,
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We have a large stock of the following goods
w and desire to have you call and inspect them :
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Dain Sweeps and Mowers
. Dain Stackers , both the A and Wagon Styles
e Fort Smith Wagons 0
Davenport Roller Bearing Wagons
New Moline Wagons
Sampson Windmills
John Deere Buggies .
, _ - . Velie Wrought Iron Buggies ' ' ,
" Success Manure Spreaders
t Sharples Cream Separators '
p ; . , John Deere Plows , Cultivators and Mowers
1 I , . Complete stock of Lumber , Shingles , Lath ,
Lime , Cement , Wall Plaster , Brick , Sash , Doors.
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Valentine Lumber Co.
A. E. MORRIS , W. " ' . 3IORRISSEY : , J. T. KEELEY , DR. O. W. XOYES |
J Located in buildings formerly occupied . .
by W. T. Bishop as a feed and - sale barn I
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; . W. S. Jackson is in Prcatrnica-
111 , settling up his father's estate ,
as administrator. I
I E. H. Harriman , died today . !
( Thursday ) at 3:35 p. m. We
I predict another "Black Friday" [
in Wall street. '
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Arthur Tracewell vas severely
hurt while playing leap frog ; res-
terday on the way to school. His
nose was bruised ! and the boy lost I
i consciousness for several hours
and couldn't remember how he
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I was hurt who hurt him nor what
he was doing.
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I A. B. McAlevy and , Yo H.
; ' Kennedy drove in from Kennedy
' Tuesday the latter to begin work
'I in the county treasurer's office as
I deputy for Mr. Quible , takir/g / the
I t place made vacant by the t resigna-
tion of Miss Jordan who has been
in the county treasurer's office for
. seven years.
I Roy Kuskie killod a panther last
Saturday at his place ] 15 miles east
of Valentine on the Niobrara river.
It came boldly into his yard about
1 o'clock p. m. , and caught aj tI I
chicken ! Roy got his rifle and I i I
gave chase , shooting repeatedly
and wounding it in two places I
breaking a front leg of the panther
which still defied the dogs and
climbed a tree. Upon on arriving . I
under the tree where the dogs I
stood guard , Roy beheld the panth-
er ready to spring upon him and
shot it through the heart , and 'I I
jumped back as the panther sprang I
upon him , sustaining - a scratch on I
the hand in warding ofl''lith I
a swipe of its paw the panther
sent a dog to the ground and then I I
fell back dead. The panther or
catamount or bob-cat as some I
people call them was larger than
a coyote and Roy brought it to
town to have it mounted. .
Contest Notice.
U. S. Land Office Valentino. iie1Jrl eka . I -
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A sufficient contest affidavit having been filed
in this ottlrt by Horace Wilson contestant , '
against : Homffefid entry No. iDMUOO : ! ) ! ! made I
September II 1 ! ) 19f ! ) > 7. for \V % E1S'aSW } 4. SH'o I. . !
t-on 14 tt W3x . IsWUE . , s--tion ! 23 NKM , i. i i '
NE . ! ' Wif. ; M-ction 22 , township 31n ; ; , ranjre 2w. . |
Ctli ( J ' . i\1 , by Edward \ \ 'iIlconlt'l'tt'e. : . in i
which it is alleged that said Edward : Wilke j
has who'ly abandoned said homestead and has I i
not resided thereon for the ei flit ' months last j I >
oast , and has not. lived upon , cnlriv.itea and r
iinnr " U'd said land as required by law. I I- >
Said parties ar. hereby nonlied to annear.
and ffer eviaence * saia allt'a-I
respond touchin ; : a-
ti HI svr. 10 o'clock a. in on uctober 21. li'09 ! ! I
before th ) n register ! and Deceiver at the Ulljt d >
Slates Land Office in Valentine. Nebr.
The said contestant haviiiK , in aprnper affi
davit filed - f'"telll'ltrl. | ! ) 190 ! . set forth fa--ts
which show that a't-r due diligence personal
service of Jhts notic- cannot be made it is
heretv ordered and directed that such notice be
ivvti by due and proper publication.
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THE PALACE SALOON ,
HENRY STETTER , Propr.
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Lath , Shingles , Doors ,
Windows , Paper , Pat-
i ent Roofing Tar Paper ,
Paints , Oil , Varnish ,
Brushes , Glass , Put-ty ,
Lime , Cement , Plaster ,
. . Brick , Posts ; , Poles.
We Sell ! Hudson Coal
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V Walther F. A. Meltendorff , Propr.
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All kinds of wood work done to order. Stock tanks made jn all sizes
Residence and shop one block south of passenger depot.
I Valentine , . I'HOXE 72 Nebraska
References : My Many Customers.
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Notice is hereby given that pursuant to an order of the County Court .
of Cherry : County , Nebr , I will sell at public sale at the Leonard Beal ranch ,
five miles northeast of Kennedy and five miles southwest of Oasis , Cherry M
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600 , Head of Cattle 600
and all the horses and other personal property belonging to the estate of
rJ. . Edward R. Richards , deceased/ These cattle consist of 600 head of high Fl\ \
grade stock classified as follows ?
S tSO COWS with Calves by side .
, too Fat Cows . ' , . ' V . . '
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" 60 Yearling Heifers' ' ' " -
All terms under $50 , cash , balance on six month's time with approved
security 5 per cent discount for cash. ' ' { j
Dinnel Will be served at Noon to aU Present V
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. Administrator of the estate of Edward R. Richards , deceased.
Cal. ! G. E , TraeewelS I , Auct. W. E. Haley , Cierk. gx
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