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Western news-Democrat. (Valentine, Neb.) 1898-1900, November 17, 1898, Image 6

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We Have Samples o |
More
than
200
styles
for
Ladies
and
Chil
dren
from
$4,00
up to
$50-00
Look Label imide the
fw collai ; H'a a guar
antee of correct
the style , perfect fit
and superior nnnh
an assurance that
you'ra buying the best that's made * Cloak
Aat ( trace * and beautifies the figure as no
.
oftor garment con.
Our reputation for handling ; the
b t of everything a emphatically
expressed in our Cloak Department
Examine out * Goods
It Costs No More
to become the possessor of a ,
-grade. reliable
Cloak
than ft does one of those ill
fitting : , and cheaply made
garments with which the
country is flooded.
And you will become our
customer.
QUALITY
FIT and
PRICE
Arc the features upon which
we rely for business ,
THE FED FRONT
R.C.R JACKSON
DENTIST
Office over T. 0. Hornby's ston
Stairway on .vest side
Operations as nearly painless-
possible.
' A. M. MORRISaET
ATTORNEY
AT CAW '
. . ; . VALENTINE , NEI
:
O.W.MOKEY
MATCHMAKER - A&D - JEWELS !
Pine line of plain and fancy jew
elry constantly on hand
Repairing promptly executo'l nut
.done in the best manner
- - Jull line of sporting goods
- ' " Gee , ElHott
- .
' "
? / ' > * *
* . * /"A t cl of the finest
U''Stationery
' ' ' " Perfumes , Toilet Soups , etc.
Wall Paper
Paints Oils , Varnish , etc.
Druggist
A. WELLS J. K. W
WELLS BROS.
" * "
Ki"TIOT o 1
i 3 I 8 * W J
Cherry C
j. s. ESTABROOE ;
COUNTY
SURVEYOR
Afl srork fxeeated with promptness
and accnracy
Officu at nifiiif < jMce east of M. "E. church
OFFICIAL VOTE OF CHERRY COUNTY
Cast at the General Election held on Tuesday the 8th day
November , AD , 1898
WESTERN NEWS-DEMOCRAT
EOBEET GOOD , Editor and Publisher
Market
The follow iii > ; shown the nrlcwj quoted if
cattle at Omaha yesterday. November 16.
f4oodSte < TH. 1.400 to IJW
Good Slee . 9.iO to I. : * * )
conunon to fair Stt-ers
( looil to choice Nnrtre 1 leifors . 3 rrf4 )
( Jood to choice Native Cow * .
to MotUuni C ws
Heavy 1-Yedern , fair to rlioict ! . . 3 504 25
Yearlings au'd Stockers 3 75fo4 75
Fair to Kootl WVB crii IJiwea 2j ? $ i *
' 2 W&A :
Fair to good Western f'owi
Fair to zood Western Ilrffers 3 25@3 W/
Try the loct Jama at T. C.Hornby's
'Sewing Machines at T. C. Hornby's
Where shall the court house be lo
cated ?
At last Cherry county is to have a
decent court house.
Miss Walker of Neligh is cooking
at Harris' restaurant.
M. F.Harrington of O'Neill wa in
town on business Friday ,
A. M. Morriasey went to Chadron
Saturday nijjht on business.
W. C. Brown was elected county at
torney of Keya Paha county.
The NEWS-DEMOCRAT from now un
til Jan let , 1900 , for only 81. '
S. W. Chestnut of Gordon % ra in
town Friday on some land business.
Did 3'ou tr\ ' the Norfolk Bakery
Bread at Farnham & Dikeman's ? tf
S. S. Beekeley of Kennedy was a
pleasant caller at this office Saturday.
J. B. Finney , of Ainaworth , was in
town the first of the week on business.
A car load of Michigan apples at
Farnham & Dikeman's. Better call.
'C. M. Sageser has been assisting
clerk Daniels in his court work this
week.
B. F. Carter was attending court
from Gordon this week , on theGallop-
Finney case.
Wm. Ferdon and W. G. Comstock
were in town from Chadron the last
of the week.
The editor of the Nordon Borealis
made an ass df himself the week be
fore election.
If 3ou are looking for a good square
meal at a reasonable price , call at
the Estabrook house.
H. E.Dewey was in town from Wood-
lake the last of the week and assisted
in canvassing the election returns.
To uro n Cold In One l > nj" .
Take Laxative Broino Quinine Taiblets. All
druggists refund money if it lails to cure. S5o.
The genuine has L. B. Q. on each tablet.
C. H. Thompson went to Aurora
Sunday morning to attend the sitting
of the Great Council , Imp , O. R. M.
From there he went to Omaha for a
short visit ,
The M W A of Crookston will give
a dance and supper in their hall on
Thanksgiving night , Nov , 24. Every
body Cordially invited. By order of
Committee ,
Rene Canet Sold twenty-five or thir
ty head of cuttle at the stock yard ?
last Saturday. Bob Brace of Wood-
lake was auctioneer ; and we are told :
good prices were received for the
flfcfc
Fur coats at T. C. Hornby's.
J. W. Green has moved to town
from the Table to secure school ad
vantages , and is living in the Fergu
son property.
J. C. Tolliver was elected prosecut-
ag attorney of Brown county over E
I. Davisson , by one lonely little vote
finch was probably his own.
Attorney W. W. Wood of Rushville
L. K. Alder and A. W. Scattergooa
of Ainsworth and Jas Morris of Johns
town , attended court this week.
Representative elect John Shore
was in town this week receiving con
gratulations from his friends. He
has sold his ranch and will move to
town.
Capt , A. G. Fisher came down from
Chadron Tuesday to look after borne
court business and receive congratula
tions upon his election to the state
legislature.
Carrie Good , of Butka , Rock county ,
a relative of the editor , was in town
Sunday to consult Dr. Seymour in re
gard to the trouble she has been hav
ing with her eyes.
Henry Young of Rosebud reserva
tion , was in town this week and acted
as interpeter in the Tate liquor case.
Mr. Young is one of the prominent
stockmen north of Cod } ' and is a
valued patron of this paper's stock
brand department.
John Tqeker made his first appear
ance as an attorney in the Tate case
Tuesday , on the hide of the defense.
J. Wesley was on the other side , and
some sharp exchanges of sarcasm
passed between the two , but Jphn did
not get worsted.
M. B. Trussell brought in the elec
tion returns from Pleasant Hill and
made a number of new friends while
in town. He is postmaster at Comp-
tou. and very seldom comes to Valen
tine , but he is a very pleasant gentle
man just the same.
G. H. Folsom , one of Merriman's
most prominent stock men , was in
town last Saturda7 , and gave us a
pleasant call. Mr. Folsom 'is one of
the most genial men we have met ,
and his chat was enjoyed immenseh * .
He recently shipped a few cz r of stock
to Souix City and sold at $ ] .8C.
I. B. Nichols , of Eli precinct was in
town the first of the week on business
with the county treasurer , and took
occasion to uia"ke the editor's heart
glad and his purse fat. The Eli
people all seem to be splendid folks ,
and Nichols is right with them.
Married , at Lincoln on Nov. 10 ,
John Gillespie Maher and Ruby Wil-
helmina Stuckey. The groom is well
known throughout the northwest aa a
splendid gentleman , a thorough schol-
aind an all around good fellow
The bride is a very pretty and ac
complished young lady , well known in
Lincoln. The happy couple will be
at home in Chadron after December 10.
Chas F. Sueaser , of the Charles F.
Stisser Piano , Organ and Sewing Ma
chine Co. , Crawford , Neb. is in town
this .week tuning and selling instru
ments , and will remain three or four
weeks at the Donoher. He comes well
recbmmeuded , and will make this ter
ritory every four months in the fu *
ture. His charges are very reason
able , only $10.00 per } -car for keeping
a piano in good condition. Mail ord-
Educational Notes
By Prof. F. H. WATSON
Nine now pupils have enteroJ school
his week.
The ninth grade laid aside gr.immai
nd physiology and took up composi-
.ion and physic-1 geography last week.
Miss Towne and Miss Stark both did
themselves credit by the manner in
which they handled the topics assigned
them for our last teachers'meeting.
Miss Isis Lincoln came in from he
school twenty miles out in the country
last Saturday to attend teacher's meet
ing. She gave a very interesting class
drill in orthoepy
Frank Thorn and Mrs. Gee , ol
Crookston , attended the teacher's meet
ing in Valentine last Saturday
Arrangements have been made
whereby Mr. Morgareidgo may con
tinue hih work in the county superin
tendont's office till January 1 , and Mhs
J3rown continue her work in the high
school till that time. This seems to be
a very satisfactory arrangement all
around.
Beginning with ous December meet
ing the teachers of the Valentine Asso
ciation will begin the sttrly of Dr. Mc-
Murry's famous book , ' 'The Method of
the Recitation. * ' Every teacher be
longing to this association should send
to the "Public School Publishing Co , "
liloomington , Illinois , at once for a
copy and study carefully the first three
chapters before our next meeting.
Price of book postpaid is eighty eight
cents. '
Dr. C. R. Jackson has in his dental
parlors over Hornby's store one of the
finest operating chairs we have ever
seen. It ib an hydraulic , quadruple
action , n'ckel plated and up-to-date
arrangement which will make a man
forget the horrible sensations which
usually overcome him when he visits
a tooth carpenter's shop , and cause
him to marvel at the ingenuity of the
man who invented it. Dr. Jackson is
alread- working up a nice little prac
tice in his profession , and is making
friends by the score. We are glad of
this for many reasons : First , he is a
nice 3oung man : second , he is a good
dentist : third , we believe in assisting
a new enterprise when the field is
not crowded. Dr. Jackson comes here
well recommended , both by facult3 *
of the Indiana Dental Colle ge and
the people for whom he has worked
for the past two or three years , and
if an3 * of our readers are bothered
with aching molars or have . been
"gumming if when the\ ' visited the
dinner table we advise them to call
on him and mend their ways.
Walter Flowers has a home made
photograph camera , and though it is
simple in construction he says it works
to perfection.
A. W. Scattergood made this office
a pleasant call Monday. His cases in
court were disposed of satisfactorily
and he expects to come up again next
year.
Born , to J. E. Thackrey and wife ,
Monda3 * morning , a bouncing 10 pound
babybo3' . This explains why our
count } ' treasurer looks so pleasant this
ttagtf i
ALL Kir
CALL ON
1 HER
GENERAL MERCHANTS
HANI
Doesn't care for large sales. He wants large profits.
METHODS CHANGE
Small profits and lots of 'em. That's what coauts. .
SEE THE POINT ?
If so , for further particulara call on
Jfranch orders a specialty Fat nhaill . Di
Now Have a Full Line of
* \ * % f\ / * %
GOODS
Fur Goats
9 UfQi > ayuiuu9
In iact anything In men's wear
Practical Tailoring in Connection.
D. Stinard , Clothier.
D. S. Ludwig
DEALER IN
LUMBER * COAT
I also carry a complete stock of
Buggies , Harvesters , Hay-rakes , Bicyelese tc
In fact every thing handled by first-slass dealers.
WHEN IN NEED OP WHAT I CARRY GAIL AND GET MY FIGURES
And they will be so reasonable that our friendship shall never cease. I most
invariably hold such customers , for my motto is "low prices and big sales. "
VALENTINE NEBRASKA
P ( f ? Q TOO/"V Y l O
. w. JL di bOIlb
Photographer
Has rented the A. . U Shaw Ait Gallery in this City for one year and will be here irom
1ST TO 12TH OF EVERY MONTH
* " ' / r
First-class Work in every Particular Guaranteed. See -Samples of Work at the Keel Frou
Millinery
and Ladies' Furnishing Goods
CALL AND GST PBIOES.
West of Davenport & Thacher's.
CORA GILLETT.
C'hilclernb C'loaka at T. C. Hornby's
Full line of school tablets at Petty-
crew's. 34
Larjre assortment of nev- Books at
T. C. Hornby's
Full supply of hay , grain and feed
at Pettvcrew's. 3-i
XL ill .Prices fo
Bran , bulk 50c per c\vt § 9 00 ton I
Shorts bulk GOc per cwt § 11.00 ton j
Screenings 40c " $7.00 "
Chop Feed 70c " $13.00"
Corn G5c u
Oats § 1.00 "
0. M. SAGESBH ,
TONSOR1AL
ARTIST
Hair cutting and shaving.
HOI AND GOLD BATHS ,
The
OWL
Golden Sheaf Pure White Rye ,
Susquehanca. Byeand Cedar Creek
I oufsville , Kentucky , , Bourbon Whisky.
Pure Grape & Cognac Brandy's
TokaAngollicu.PortSherryand lack
berry in wood , claret , Riesling ,
Sauternes. Cooks Imperial ;
Gasts and Clicquot in bet
tles. Damiana and oth
er Cordials.
Also Agent for Fred Kmgs Celebrated Ez
ra Pale Bear for family ns ° , and Pabsts
Export Bs-i. X ,
C.H.THOMPSON ,

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