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DON'T
LOSE
YOUR
HEAD
/ and pay two or
three times as much for
your Groceries , Dry
Goods , Clothing , Boots
and Shoes , Crockery ,
etc.as we would charge
you for the same or bet
ter goods. You'\
heard about our low prices haven't you ? "Well , just believe it it's
so. Come and see for j-ourself. You can't miss them once you get
inside our store. They're eyerywheie , front to back , and from top to
bottom. Our main idea is to make money for ourselves. After that
we strive lo save money for our customers. We do .both. Come and
< lbok. ? We-sell Coal , Feed and Salt.
MAX E. VIERTEL
OEOOKSTON NEBRASKA.
. - - \f gTEVENSON - -
Successor to vVALOOTT & STEVENSON
I'll LIV Y
WE HAVE RECENTLY DOUBLED THE SIZE OF OUR BARN
A. N. COMPTON
PHYSICIAN
AND
SURGEON
Office at Quigley'B Drug Store.
Front
Nights-Upstairs-Red
O.W.MOREY
THE VALENTINE
WATCH-MAKER
AND JEWELER
Carries a fall line of ster
ling silver novelties
.r. C. D'AVTEK.E. . II. DWTER.
DWYER BEOS.
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
Superintendents of
A. Private Hospital.
For the Treatment of Diseases-
All Kinds of Surgical Opcr-
. ations Successfully
* ' Performed.
- - NEBRASKA
i. ' i
JFiffy Dollars IZ
orstoleu from ranch southwest
my
iVoodhlke. Oct. , a work hor. c , weight about
; H nniiDcte. Color. Jltfit.lth.roau Juurs.
' .tnnpilOi t D-IefJ shoulder. Al"ut 0 years
; If m raved. Uln-nil reward will IIP jilven for
f.lru. niici'if stoleu SOT for couvh > -
Jylij Ray
. , of ! ljf thfrf. W. . BAjJ.AKl ; ) . . . . ,
Woodlake. hcbr.
A. M. MORRISSET
O
ATTORNEY
AT LAW
VALENTHSTE , NEB
M. WALCOTT
ATTORNEY
AND ABSTRACTED
Valentine , Nebraska
Practices in District Conrt and U. S Land
Otllce. Heal Estate and Kanch Property
bought and sold. Bonded Abstractor
Valentine House
J. A. HOOTON , Prop.
ft
Recently opened and newly furnished.
Not a restaurant , but n hotel.
$1.00 PEE DAY
The best of viands and treatment given
to our patrons.
First Door South of Bank of Valentine
J. S. ESTABROOK
COUNTY
SURVEYOR
All work executed with promptness
and accuracy
Office utEstabrook Uonseon Cherry St.
VALENTINE. NEB-
Stra/etl or bttttvn.
Several head of horses and cat-
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AuiGa Strong , Vak'nliut. Xub.
WESTERN NEWS-DEMOCRAT
BOBEET GOOD , Editor and * -Publisher
I $1.OO Per Yeter in Artvanc *
PUBLIbHED EVERY THURSDAY.
EnUred at the Post-office at Valentine. Cherry
country. Nebraska , as Secoml-cUws matter.
This paper w ill be mailed regularly
to its subscribers until a definite order
to discontinue is received and all ar
rears are paid in full.
Wm. Spencer , of Chadron. is in the
city.
Wood for sale. Farnham & Dike-
man.
Earl Comstock was in town over
Sunday.
Maple Sugar at Farnham & Dike-
man's.
E , C. Cole was , down from Cody ,
Tuesday.
Florence Ragan was up from Wood-
lake , Monday.
Headquarters for school tablets
and pencils at Fcttycrew's. .
The Ladies' Cornet Band' had a
group picture taken , Saturday.
Judge Walcott made a living trip
to Ames and Omaha , last week.
J. H. and J. A. Yarj'on were up
from Pullman the first of the week.
Don't forget that Farnham & Dike-
man have a complete stock of shoes.
John Porter , of Pullman , was in the
city the first of the week on business.
W. R. Whillans , of Elgin , visited
here with his brother John this week.
All kinds of feed delivered.
W. A. Pettycrew.
Bur your shoes at Farnham & Dike-
man's and YOU will come again next
Year.
J. C. Petti John's mother , of Long-
pine , has been visiting with him this
last week.
All losses paid in f nil by Mutual In
surance Companies. I. M. RICE , Agt.
Work on the new bridge near Bor-
man's will begin soon. The material
is being hauled to the site.
I. N. Russell and C. M. Kime were
in town from Newton on land busi
ness the tail end of last week.
John Harden donated a load of
wood to the editor's pile , Saturday ,
but like Oliver Twist , we still cry for
more.
Have you had your stamp photos
taken 3'et ; * You can get them at An
drews' gallery. Also one of his stamp
albums.
The Rev. A. L. Cumbow went to
Longpine , Monday evening , to assist
in the revival meetings being held
there.
Do you want a kodak of any kind' ?
Andrews can sell you any kodak you
want. In fact anything in the photo
graphic line.
Nine traveling men spent Sunday
at The Donoher and fifteen strangers
were guests at that popular hostelrj'
the same day.
A supper was given "for the benefit
of the Episcopal rector , the Rey. J.
M. Bates , at Cody , last week , and a
neat sum realized.
Frank Brayton is having roclt haul
ed onto the rear of his Main street
lots and about May 1 will commence
the erection of a new stone building.
It will pay you to buy your wrap
| for next winter at the present prices.
T. C. Hornby is closing out to make
room for spring stock. Jackets $2.(53
and up , and capes at all prices.
Strayed or Stolen Three work
mares , 1000 pounds each. One bay
branded DS on left shoulder. One
bay and one brown branded DS
on left hip , D. STINAKD , Valentine ,
Nebraska. Liberal reward.
About fortv church members , most
ly yming converts , met at the depot ,
Saturday morning about 4.30. to bid
the Rev. Addis goodbye as he left for
his home in Longpine , and all united
in singing "God Be With You , ' ' as
the train pulled out.
John Mathieson went to Crookston
and then to St. Francis Mission in
company with a party of young folks ,
Sunday. John rode horseback the
entire distance , but says if he ever
recovers the use of his limbs'lie will
never again be guilty.
The worst after effects of influenza
arise from deranged functions of the
liver. Clear the blood'at once with
Herbine , for it will strengthen the
liver to withdraw from circulation
the biliary poisons. Price 50 cents ,
Quiglcy & Chapman.
L. K. Alder and wife departed Mon
day morning for an extended pleasure
trip east , stopping at 6maha , Chica
go , Washington , D. C. , then to Cuba
and back by way of New York. They
were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. C.
A. Johnson , of Woodlake , and expect
to be gout * the remainder o'f the win
ter. Hai e Kule.
Work of Revivalists
The revival meetings at the M. E.
church closed last Friday night amid
the regret of scores who would have
liked to see the meetings continue.
The work done by Revs. Addis and
Cumbow was marvelous , considering
the size of the town. A total of 1G4
persons were either reclaimed or
converted during the meetings , of
which 111 joined the Methodist
church , 21 signified their intention of
affiliating with thePresbyterians.and
0 with the Episcopal denomination.
The converts have been divided into
three classes , as follows : The elder
and married people will be in charge
of G , H. Hornby : the young people , of
whom there are 55. will be looked af
ter by W. F. Morgareidge , and those
under 14 years of age by Mrs. G. H.
Hornby. The young people are es
pecially enthusiastic , and plans are
being arranged whereby the present
interest will be maintained in the
Christian work.
Stole Sixty Dollars
At Cody , last Friday evening , Clar
ence Cole closed his store at the
usual hour and went to his supper ,
carelessly leaving in the cash regis
ter something over S500 in currencya
number of checks and about $60 in
silver.
While he was satisfying the de
mands of the inner mart , some bold ,
bad burglar entered the store and ap
propriated to his own use the silver
above spoken of and one check for
$60 , but did not touch the currency
which was lying under the checks.
He was evident ! } ' frightened away
before he had made a thorough ex
amination of the cash register's con
tents for which CJarence'is thankful.
Altogether the robbery was a bung
ling job , and if reports are true the
gu 11 ty paity will soon be brought to
justice , as he ought to be. Any pei-
son who will steal SSO in silver when
he could have ten times as much in
currency for the same risk , is a dan
gerous person to allow at large.
Organizing a New Lodge -
C. L. Peck , of Neola , Ga , is here
for the purpose of organizing a camp
of the Woodmen of the World.
Special features "of this -order are ,
safely invested emergency fund , thus
limiting assessments : $100 paid for
the purpose of erecting a monument
at the grave of every deceased mem
ber , thus making certificates worth
$100 more than their face : certificates
incontestable after one year ; norr
lapsable certificates in case f sick
ness and disability : after 70 years of
age one-tenth face of certificate paid
each j'ear thereafter. Mr. Peck
comes here well recommended as does
the order he represents. You are in
vited to become a member. Join now
and take benefit of i educed charter
free.
Traveling Man Married
H. G. Heel , the popular traveling
salesman who has for years been
making this territory with headquar
ters at Chadron , was recently mar
ried in Kansas City , and he , with his
bride , stopped in Valentine , Monday ,
when we had the good fortune to
meet them. Bert is one of the most
popular salesman in this section of
the state , and we with hundreds of
others congratulate him upon his
good luck in securing so accomplished
and handsome a bride as Mrs. Heel is.
Two Fires
Frank Rothleutner's store at Kil-
gore was burned to the ground. Tues
day night. The fire started about 11
o'clock , and is thought to have been
of incendiary origin. Insurance $800
on building and $1,200 on contents.
A. E. Morris , a ranchman living 10
miles southeast of Woodlake , was
burned out yesterday. Particulars
not available except that all his hay ,
about 1200 tons , was destroyed. He
was wintering- head of cattle.
Uncle Tom's Cabin
Burk's Big Uncle Tom's Cabin Co. .
twenty-two artists and musicians ,
traveling in their own Pullman car.
will be at the Opera House on Wed
nesday evening , January 31st. In
connection with heir fine acting
cqmpany they give a select mnsical
program consisting of standard over
tures and popular melodies. Open air
concert at noon. Admission,35 cents ,
reserved seats 50 cents. Seats on
sale at usual place.
A New Departure
F. M. Walcott , W. W. ThompsonC.
F. Martin , G. P. Crabb and Mrs.
G. H. Hornby went to Longpine ,
Monday night , to attend the opening
of the revival meetings. It is some
thing new for Valentine to send mis
sionaries to our sister towns. Later
we learn that through the kindness of
Supt , Harmon the entire party were
taken to Longpine in his private car
as his guests.
Coughs and colds come uninvited ,
but you can quickly get rid of them
with a few doses of BallanTs Horehound
hound Syrup. Price 25 and oOc. . , ,
Tank Heaters for sale at R. An
derson's , tf
Insurance in the best companies at
lowest rates. I. M. RICE.
Magic Estate Hot Blast Heaters at
R. Anderson's tf
J. B. Sweeney , of Pullman , was in
town , yesterday.
With this issue this paper enters
ito fifteenth year.
L. C. Sparks , of Cody , is in town to
day , visiting old friends.
J. W. Strong will fill the pulpit at
the Methodist church , Sunday even
ing.
ing.J.
J. H. Quigley will build a stone
business house on the lot now occupied
by Harris' restaurant in the spring.
F. N. Morgan , the leading Bassett
attorney , came up on No. 27 , yester-
daj'j to look after some land business.
An elegant line of ladies' ready
made spring suits at prices to suit
everybody has been ordered by T. C.
Hornby. Wait for them.
Views ot all kinds made of your
home or cattle. If you have anything
you want a picture of give me a call.
Andrews , the photographer.
We had a "purifier" yesterday. The
wind blew as fast as 58 miles an hour ,
and 1.368,426,933 yards of sand was
moved. If any microbes survived the
storm they have not yet reported.
Tabler's Buckeye Pile Ointment is
the only remedy for blind , bleeding or
protruding piles , indorsed by physi-
.cians : cures the most obstinate cases.
Price 50 cents in bottles , tubes 7oc.
Quigley & Chapman.
Pete Porath , of the German settle
ment , fell from his horse. Monday ,
and severely injured his head. Dr-
Lewis was called and discovered that
the injured man was suffering from
inflammation of the brain and is now
in a serious condition.
Five dollars reward I will pay a
reward of five dollars to any one who
will furnish me information which
will lead to the recovery of three horses
ses and four colts which strayed from
my range about January 1. Horses
are bays and roan , and one of the
colts is a white yearling with red
cars. ' JonX ORMESHEK.
Born-Tuesday , to Nels Austin and
wife , of near Simeon , a baby girl.
Stotts & Yancey , of Cody , haye a
patent jrate which they will have on
exhibition here soon.
In pulmonary trouble , the direct ac
tion of Ballard's Horehound Syrup up
on the throat , chest and lungs , immed
iately arrest the malady , by relieving
the distress , cutting the phlegm and
freeing the rocal and breathing organs.
Price 25 and oOc. Quigley & Chapmanr
MILL PRICES FOR FEED.
Bran , bulk 60c per cwt $11.00 ton
Shorts bulk 70c per cwt $13.00 ton
Screenings 40c " $7.00 "
Chop Feed 85c " ' $16.00
Corn. 70c $13.00
Oats OOc $17.00"
C. A. WELLS J. B. WELLS
WELLS BROS.
DENTISTS !
< -ice over
Cherry County Bank
HABR
BRUSHES
"We have just re
ceived an invoice of
the celebrated TOKIO ,
SOLID BLOCK , WATER
PROOF HAIR BRUSHES.
We have them
in four qualities.
Prices iOe , GOc , 75c
and ยง 1.00.
They arc extra
values.
QUIGLEY&CHAPMAN
DRUGGISTS
Valentino Ncbiaska
OTI I UKtb ,
is nothing that makes a room look
THERE , cosy and attractive as nice
pictures.
"We have an elegant assortment of Picture
Frame Mouldings , and if you will bring in the
picture we'll do the rest do it right , too.
i You'll be astonished at the price.
I ANDERSON ,
COX , JONES & COX
LIVE STOCK
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
SOUTH OMAHA , NEBRASKA
iloom 108 Exchange IIIds.
References :
UNION STOCK YAKDS '
PACKERS' NATIONAL
NATIONAL BANK BANK.
Telphone 141
We have a lare { clientage among Nebraska Feedc-s and can always Deat Omaha prices to
llanclj customers IF NOTIFIED BEFOKE SHIPMENT.
If you do not 20 to
STRONG'S MEAT MARKET opposite the Court House ?
I He has got the s A-cetcst Breakfast L'acon and Fresh E rn-s ,
the most delicious eo
< CORNED BEEF AND CABBAGE
<
His meais are all first class. He keeps Bone Meal for chickens
and his lard is pure hog fat.
He also pays the highest market price for hides.
AMOS STRONG , Proprietor
When Visiting Valentine Stop at.
1
THE CITY HOTEL
J , A. HORNBACK , Proprietor ,
$1,00 per day , . , . Good Service

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