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! I. M. RICE / Editor nd Propr.
Mark Zarr - - Foreman.
Thursday , January 27 , , , 1910. , , , , - : , .
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f PLAY FAIR.
h Brother Cooper of the Rushville
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Recorder is very , nice man and .
we like to meet him and visit with
him , and personally we think'
. . much of him. It is with regret '
that we notice articles in - his edi- .
torial columns . that show careless .
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observations relative to politics. . '
\ We believe Mr. : Cooper has a de-
sire to be fair in his statements
and in anything else we would
feel no disposition to doubt a state
I ment made by him. His evident
oversight in the following article
may : have been caused by reading
some other paper in which such a
statement had appeared , for there
have been a number of republican
papers that made a similar com
ment to this statement made" by
Mr. . Cooper , which is as follows : :
, - The state of Coloradov allows the
g vernment $65,0001for .fighting . ,
cases in the courts. Sotn thing . of
the kind is needed in Nebraska if i
the democrats continue ' much long-
. er'nv power. Their laws are near
ly all knocked ' out in the higher
courts. . .
The Cedar County News , hav
ing , evidently seen the article mak
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ing , the rounds . . of the republican
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press , publishes the folio wing i in
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I reply :
To hear the republican papers
of' the state talk about it one would
think that no Jaw gassed by the
. last : democratic legislature would
hold water. Two hundred laws
were passed ! The eight o'clock i ;
closing law was one that was at- *
tacked. - : It was held to be good.
Three others only have been de
clarednconsti.tutional ; 1 } . . by the re-
puplicati : ' "courts. They ? are the
i bank guaranty I . law 1 . , the non-parti , . . : ,
san . . . . . judiciary . * bill and + the normal .
school law.
: Now , " 'at'these'articles ' cop- .
ied from the Recorder. They ap- '
pear more as we believed Mr.
, Cooper " Y ' , \ in i reality to be :
Qovernor Shallenberger is an
ardent believer in the income tax ,
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ana we are with him , though we
: : : : -do not see a special session of the
\legislatufe justified 'for such a
. " meAsurejxIqne. ; . , y. ,
. , Ifeis : high time some serious at- I
tempt was made ' to find out , he real
cause of the increased cost of liv
inj ! . The duty was taken off hides
and reduced about one-third on
. shoes , . " t'et the price of shoes is go-
ing up : It looks as though some
. one was determined to rob some
; one else in spitevof hea. \ 'en'and
/ : earth.
L : : " . Whatever difference of opinion
, there may be about the bank guar-
antee law , no one . has ever quar
, relIed over the motive that prompt-
ed its enactment. Therefore , the
decision of Attorney General
Thompson to appeal the measure
" to the last court will be hailed as
a sign that he believes in a square
deal , even for a democratic meas-
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ure.Call . . . .
Call , the legislature together ,
'govern'or . There are several
, things r which need fixing. Those I
laws which have been knocked out
by republican judges can be pass-
. ed.er.again and made constitu-
tional l"this l" time. , If they were
: good Jaws tKe.V' 'e ; worth the
. - price : ' . .ISaYo : them with the \ pres-
, ' entlogrislature ) : . ' . who first passed
thc h' The people Jl' stand by c
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: ' . . Ther-C'may-be - . . . . lots of candidates '
: : : ' : . file lltfkvear } , ' fcfr congress ' in the 1
Sixtli district ' . ' Also in the state 'for ,
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governorthere seems to be . some ' , 't
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one Pushing -Jim Dahlman to the. (
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go vernor.-Shallenberger- . . (
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J' the.v find themselves defeated . for I , ( ;
i the , nomination. ' . Tin . flPOl. ! " .will
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I THE BEEF TRUST "l
I Thousands of men in the east have . decided '
, . ' to boycott the beef trust by refraining from > i .
J " . eating meat ifor 30'or 60 days , and in some in- i :
. stances have included eggs until the price shall .
go down to 25 cents per dozen. 'Pprthreouse .
is quoted as high as 40 cents a pound ? and eggs
48 cents a dozen. The conditions seem ' ' to be ' ' . ' :
increased . in seriousness going-eastward . beyond
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That men refuse to eat , ; , ' . :
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. In doing without meat . ' , : . . ; . ; t" ' . : , ; . : , I
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They say this boycott in the east ' .r-.x ' " ' (
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- Now forty thousand souls at least . .
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" . : Will giv ' their jaws a rest. . , . . , * . ' " . , . . , .
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That life is longer in their way , / - . . . : : t : : " , " " . . : .1.1'
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And thus our souls deprave- . . .
In eating slaughtered beef to use . " , " , . . '
Our stomachs for a grave. ' : > . O
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But when we see their faces wan . ,
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From eating scanty fare. . . * - ' . . / . . . . " - ' .
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We ' take a tumble from ihe van : / \ " -
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If those poor , hungry mortals live \ /
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And try this trust to beat , ,
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l " ' In Cherry county , in the west. ' ' " . - . . . - . _ . '
We have an even break ; _ . . : : ' . -
-At lowest price we get the best- . ° . . " . . . ' .
A tender , juicy steak. ; ,
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" Fresh off the block , Jake gives good weight ,
At twenty cents a slice ; , ' \
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He doesn't have to pay the freight , . . . -
Nor packing houses' price. ' . - - L4 , . . , .
: The Beef Trust spiels the shortage trick ' . : ; . J
" ' In cattle on the ground ; , > ' . ,
! For porter house we cannot : kick. ' . ; ,
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. turn . , anybody down . . . . but " . the "peo -
pIe have a choice and they will
vote when it comes to nominating
a man for governor and congress.
The South Omaha Democrat
thinks " . the primary law I * a bum ar-
rangement because any , old 'skate
can file for governor. That is
true , but any old skate cannot get >
the vote necessary for a nomina-
tion. Let them file. That's the
privilege but they must have
strong backing and a clean record
to make that filing mean anything.
The old convention method meant
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a lot of wire pulling which gener-
ally defeated the will of the peo-
ple. We like the primary system.
A few modifications will make , it
more popular. I
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The World-Herald has taken
note or its critics in regard to their
recent statement favoring a demo-
crat to an insurgent republican
for office. We agree with the
World-Herald. If the insurgent
republican is in earnest he will not
object to endorsing the democrats
who have always fought the . way
the insurgents are now fighting in
part. Though we commend the
insurgents for their brave stand '
we do not believe they expect to I ,
be placed upon a pedestal of right-
eousness because they have sudi i
denly opened their eyes to the
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danger ahead , after following the '
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corrupt : : republican party for forty
years. Strange they did not see
the danger signal before , but there 1
will be positively no excuse for
them ; should the.v go back iuto-the
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Cannon- . .PayneAid rich group ,
which . deserves the severe con ?
demnation of every honest Ameri- ,
citizen. Now that the insur
can insurg (
ent has broken away from that ]
crowd : , why ' shouldn't he unite his I
principles # , ' and efforts with - . the .
dom lci'ats , ( ' who are likewise . en-
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gaged in a warfare against grWt I ;
and capitalistic oppression of a the" '
common people and have / 'bee n
since the time of Jefferson and I
Jackson. : .
Haycten Bros. of Omaha refuses
to buy trust made goods and Kan-
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sas people have started a retalia . t
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tion boycott on union made gqods
because of . the meat boycott by
I union laborers , and believe the
packers are back of it to force
prices of stock down.
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Under the supervision of the '
United States , Cuba experienced
a revolutionary change in health
conditionseffectually stamping out I
the yellow ] fever. The .streets
were cleaned and drained and
quick lime used in cess pools end
garbage accummulations Places
of filth and decay were cleaned
and disinfected. The drainage
system might well be started in
Valentine this spring with ad-
vantage. The waters should be
drained east and north.
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The German Fire Ins. Co. , of
Omahai shows by their first annual
statement to have' written $230-
869.05 in premiums : during the
year 1909. A 5 per cent dividend
has been declared and there is a
surplus of115,098 92 to policy
holders. The total assets are
$ 227 , 688 98. It has been decided
to issue $100,000 more stock which
will be placed on the market at
$ 150 per share and this will find
ready sale. The capital stock of
the company will be increased to
$200,000 with $50,000 surplus ,
which will make the total assets
nearly 400000. A policy in the
German Fire Ins. Co. of Omaha.
which is a state company , is sec-
ond to none. Only Nebraska
risks are taken. . I. M. Rice is the
local agent for Cherry county. , .
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CALUMET
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Receirsd Highest Award
A , old's Pure Food Exposition
. . . . Coicago 1907.
They Grow Hair I
Certain Ingredients i if
Properly Combined ,
Stim uIate.1i uman
Hair Growth.
. Resorcin is one of the most ef
fective germ destroyers ever dis-
covered. Beta-naphthol is a most
powertul , yet absolutely safe ger
micide and antiseptic , which pre-
vents development of germ matter ,
and creates a clean , healthy con-
dition.
Pilocarpine , although not a col
oring matter or dye , is an ingredi
. ent well established for its power
to restore natural color to human
hair.
Borax , because of its well de
fined softening and cleansing prop-
erties , is must used in the treat-
ment of scalp and hair diseases.
Glycerine acts as a stimulent to
the hair . bulbs , and has a soothing ,
healing and nourishing influence.
Alcohol is indispensible in medi
cine because of its antiseptic , stim-
ulating and preservative qualities.
Rexall " 93" Hair Tonic chief-
ly composed of these ingredients ,
which are compounded in a pecul-
iar form , and we believe is the
mxost effective remedy known to
medical science for scalp and hair
troubles generally. We personal-
ly guarantee it " to eradicate dand
ruff and scalp irritations and to
. grow hair , even though the scalp
' in ' spots is bare of hair , providing .
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of course there is life l and vitality
remaining in the tiair roots.
We want every ' one troubled
I , with scalp disease , dandruff or ' loss
t'm : " Hail .
Tonic. If it does not remove
dandruff and promote a growth of
hair to the satisfaction of the , user. ,
will without of
we question quib-
ble return every cent paid us for
it. This guarantee is printed on
every package. It has effected
most satisfactory results in 93 out
of 100 cases where put to a prac-
tical test.
Rexall " 93" Hair Tonic is en-
tirely unlike and in every particu-
different from anything else
we know of for the purpose for
which it is recommended. We
urge you to try it at our entire
risk. Certainly we could offer no
better guarantee. Two , sizes , 50
cents and $1.00. Sold in Valen-
tine only at our store , - The Rex-
all Store. Chapman , The Drug-
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SCHOOL NOTES
Seventeen of the Ninth grade
have returned to school.
Harry Cummings , one of the
Fifth grade , has moved away.
Monday , there wen eleven pu-
pils in the primary room ; and
Tuesday there were thirteen.
There are seventeen pupils in
the Fourth grade. They are do-
ing good work ; but . we miss the I
absent ones.
Twenty-six pupils are all who
are present in the second room
this week. Three of the number
are absent account of removal l
from town - Maude , Ralph and
Mina : Cummings. ,
Whereas , the home of Professor
and Mrs. Bettenga has been sorely
afflicted . in the loss of three . of their .
loved ones , therefore , be it
Resolved , That we , the teachers
and , pupils of the Valentine high 2 :
school , . .extend .to our stricken
friends our sincere sympathy in
the . hourof their great bereave
ment. . ,4 " " - - x.- ' LiLLIAN - - . , . . E. . . NELSON ' , - .
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I'lrst-The roads arc good. They -won't h . good when thi spring thaw
comes. . Tou : ' 11 have trouble then in sjettlnK : your huitdlnjr l ( : material Home.
Sertfmd - This Is the best time to get ready to build. You should ordfr . ' ,
I your marerlal now and engage your carpenters. The lattur will ull t > * imsy
when spring ; opens up . .
Third-There Is sure to be an advance of from S2 to $ " : per , thou.sand.
feet on lumber a little later.Ve'rt" not trying to friphten you or force' you
into buying. This is an honest conviction. based upon experience and
close IIotr'atonYe ! have never deceived you in a forecast of this kind.
REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD ' >
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. ' \s the best equipped concern
Fl r : t - The C Eafer Lumber Company
of Its kind in th . . world for selling , direct to the consumer. lumber miu-
wl - k huildprs ' hardware paint and other , , materiab You can find tlt1tt _
liere , - ver ) thins that you need in puttlnc up a building : of awy Mni. . TW *
is not a mail order commission house but a genuine splendidly equipped .
butiinstituUon ! ' .
- . , -nr.d - Our location in the growing West and our own private track- '
. aj ; ; , - : -Lilies insure : : the quiciert service you can get anywhere. ,
I T.- -.ird : - Wt . art- among the heaviest buyers in the buslnosa. We have
ourv. . ' - , timber , sawmilis.factories and yards. So we pOJlt1velrobtain the . ,
.1g _ . : : ' ! s : o.callt ; of irmerials . . at prices that give us a great advantas ovr t.
all . , ihers .
GET TSl'fi LOCAL FIGURES THEN GET . OURS ,
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If you Intend to build a house barn shed or anything else ! , have your :
carpenter figure out what you need. Riving all speclficatto a * completely. -
as possible. Then get your local dealer's figures. "W * * o aot want to sea _ _ _ . _
his bid. All we ask Is that you make an honest comparison and we know r
that if you do that we will receive your order. - \
If possible , come to Council Blurts. That will enable you to look over
our great stock and you can see everything you : buy as it is loaded ; fnt0'
your car. ,
, Tour trip to Council Bluffs will cost you nothinc if you buy a carload
or more and provided you live not more than 150 miles from this city. We
want you to aae that you are getting : ; the best and we'll make the trip t .
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your advantage in the quality ! an < J price of what you buy and in paying your
expenses. ' We will also pay the freight on a . carload shipment to your.neaf-
est railway station and guarantee safe delivery. We ask tor no money ' in
advance. i
If you come to South Omaha , remember that we have a branch Ohtee , i
there. The manager will be glad to see you and he will run over to Coun-
cil Bluffs with you if you want to learn Just what we can do for you here.
As to our financial responsibility ask the banks or commercial .
agencies. Our business experience covers many years of .qUIL:8 dasIlBf , a . >
everyone who has . purchased from us will testify.
We are now preparing a handsome catalogue showing the lumber. mill
work builders' hardware paints , roofing and othsr materials that we sell.
It will be ready in about 30 days and we would like to send It to you.
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C. HAFER LUMBER CO.
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Buy Bovee's Furnace at Factroy. Prices
And save from one-thIrd to one-half the cost of any first-claSs
heating plant , having EQUAL CAPACITY. '
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SIXTY DOLLARS : - ; I
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We sell a first-class furnace , suitable for a cottage with all pipe
and fittings for $60.00 , and larger furnaces at proportionately low" ,
p rices. t
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We manufacture 36 different furnaces of the leading styles. We . . ; '
G , own onp of the best equipptd furnace : N :
Ii , . plants in the west. We manufacture ' "
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11' . . , ' ' ' ' furnaces burn any kind of fuel.
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f - furnace having perfect forced Ven
- ' 'lIa' .y I . . . . tilating System , that 1 : Insures pure air - : :
in every part of the house. The yalue
A of this forced ventilation cannot be-
Ei f over-estimated , especially in case ot. . .
. T + . . , bad lungs . or sickness. ' . '
s „ _ , - , ; We shijxeverything ' prdpeBy pr' ; - ' t
J4 pared ready to install so that any . "
' , handy man can properly } install our ' .
a a. , ' _ . furnaces without any assistance from ; '
a tinner.
r , > " ' : ' , " Send rough plan of building to be ,
heated and get our three-colored cata _ . .
log and best plans for heating plant.
" ' 'dl - Ip41g1aNa < < 1//F / ' A letter to us will save you about half " . - /
the cost of a heating plant. l '
BOVEE FURNACE WORKS . l
496 8th St. , = WATERLOO , IOWA- 1
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, Resolutions.
Whereas , it has pleased God in
His infinite wisdom to take unto
Himself , Gerald Archer , yougest
son of our brother , Lewis Archer ,
who has proven himself a kind and
loving father and a good and faith-
ful brother , therefore be it
Resolved , That Valentine Lodge
No. 70 , A. 0. U. W. , extend to
Brother Archer and family our
deepest sympathy in this their
hour of sorrow and affliction , and .
be it further
Resolved , That these resolutions
be spread ' upon" the minutes of the
lodge and published in the Valen-
t ine papers. . ' . -
' CHARLES ; T. MAXWELL. M. W.
ROBEKT ROBI ; ' SO\ , P. 11.V. .
JAMES. C. QUIGLET , Rec.
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$ . D. . A. Church. . " ' ,
Sabbath school every , ' Sabbath
at 1:30 : ) p. m. Bible study at 2:30. :
Also everySunday evening at
:30Subject : , next . Sunday eve-
ning : "An : Examination of * a
6,000 ' - year : - old. Lie. " . Our . .exami
nationull f- resolve . itself into this
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Question : "is . Man Immortal . in
life and Conscious in Death . " -
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Notice to Creditors.
In he County Court within and for ciierry
county. Nebraska ,
I In the matter of the estate of Ellen Watts
deceased.
I To the creditors of said estate : . . '
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You aro . hereby notified That I-willsitattha '
, County Cou-t Koom In Valentine In said county.
on the 16th day of Fetruary,1910 ) al 10 o'clock
a. m. 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 .six months
from the 16th day of August A , I > . 1909 and the
time limited for payment ot debts is one 5ear
from said icth day-of August. : 1909.
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SEAL County -ourt : this Kth dnyof January. ,
- v1HO. ! . JAMES , c. QOIGLEY ;
1 4 County Judge ,
Order of Hearing and Notice on Petition for
Settlement of Account.
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braska In the county court of Cherry count - , Ne- t .
STATE ; OF NEBRASKA ?
County of Cherry. " ' f-s : . .
To the heirs and alf persons Interested In
the estate ' of William H.
Carter ; deceased .
On reading the petition of Mury E. Carter ,
praying . u flnul settement.nnd . allow
ance of her account filed In this
court ori - brr-
20th ( day ; of January , 1010 , and . for a decree , '
of distribution.
It is hereby ordered ' -
that vou and all peri
sons interested In said matter . .
. may , antUlo.
appear at the county court to be held-in and
for saId county , on the JCth day of February ; ' ' .
A. D. , 1910 ! , at 10 o'clock a. m. , to show cause.
If any there be , why the prayer of , the pe- . , .
, titioner should not be- - ' grduted , and "that ' '
notice of the pendency of said .petition , uud
the hearing thereof be given to all 'persona : ,
Interested in said matter by publishinga .
copy of this order In The Valentine Demo-
crat , a weekly newspaper printed in said ,
county , for four successive wedis ' " prior to '
said day of hearing. . '
[ SEAL ] JADIES C. QUIGLET , " _
, , 2t County Judge.
Walcott Morrissey. attorneys. ,
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