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the best kind Garden Tools Screen Doors Wire
Cloth Pumps Pipes and Fittings Iron Beds Springs
Mattresses Uabv Carriages Ice Cream lTreezersj Ham- -mocks
Carpenters Tools Poultry Netting Whitewash
and Paint Brushes We have a superior Axle Grease
we would like to have you trjT
if you need a Wind Mill call on us
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the harness shop of J W Whilans Ave will not only sell
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Notwithstanding the advance in cost hut in order ta reduce mid consolidate the two stocks
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J N Steadman of Kennedy was in
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Jay Cunningham was onour streets
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John Harden the hard working sec
tion man is laying off for a day or
two on account of a mashed thumb
Why send off when you can buy
goods cheaper at home See Stinard
theClothier 13 tf
The Valentine people will deeply
regret the loss of Dr Wells and wife
who start lor New York where they
expect to make their future home
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We deliver groceries as well as f ed
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W A PETTYCREWi
In last weeks paper we failed to
note that Henry W Graham hadv re
turned from Hot Springs S D feel
ing considerably better thoughihe
is not yet fully recovered fi
To the JLadies If you will save your
rags for mei will pay you the highest
price for them John D Sitser lilit
H McCrea is working on the sec
tion now and says he feels a great
deal better thanvhen he had to work
every Hday Sunday and
niffhts in the coal house
half the
For whooping cough asthma bron
chitis or consumDtion no medicine
equals BaHadsSbrehoundr Syrupy
Quigley
Samuel Hudson of near Simeon was
a pleasant caller at this office last
Saturday and made the editor smile
by paying a dollar in advance for one
years subscription to the Democrat
Special excursion to Hot Springs
S D Tuesdays May 1st and 15th
and Tuesdays June 15th and 19th for
one fare plus 200 for the round trip
good returning 30 days from date of
sale J C Northrop Agent
J H Quigley is using some of the
combination trust wire in fencing
at his ranch near Codv It is solid
comfort to know that you are donat
ing towards feeding the starving mil
lionaires N
A E Thacher is again up and
walking around after a severe attack
of appendicitis He says that hes
looking for an attack of smallpox
measles and so on as he hasnt had
them yet
D A Piercy of Kennedy came to
town v Sunday to get the Episcopal
Bishop going out Monday morning
Services will be held in the sod
church which Mr Piercy built about
15 years ago
On Saturday evening May 12there
will be an entertainment given bv
the primary and intermediate grades
in Cornell Hall A small admission
fee will be charged the proceeds to
go towards buying a library case
J W Groves of Woodiake was a
pleasant caller at our office last week
as we went to press but we failed to
mention it in our paper as we were
already crowded and were compelled
to leave out considerable other inter
esting news items for want of space
Man3r a fair young child whose pal
lor has -puzzled the mother until she
has suspectedTrightly her darling was
troubled with worms has regained
the rosy hue of health with a few
doses of Whites Cream Vermifuge
Price 25 cts Quigley Chapman
Geo W Kellar of Compton a
prominent stockman paid us a visit
for which we are thankful leaving a
dollar for one year in advance and in
spiring the editor with a desire to
merit the confidence and good will
which is heing manifested and ex
tended to him
For a stiff neck there is
nothing
better than a free application of
Chamberlains Pain Ralm It quick
ly relieves the stiffness and soreness
effecting a complete cure Fpraale
by Quigley Chapman
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T C Hornby is the onlv merchant
in town who handles Michigan salt
The Gilt Edge canned goods and the
gas roasted 2oc Mocha and Java cof
fee are the finest on earth A close
out ona line of Shirt Waists at 35c
each Call and see our ladies suits
and skirts All grades of Ladies
Summer Vests from oc to the 50c silk
ones
Circus day tomorrow
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EOrmesher and son John were in
town Tuesday
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H H Morgan and Jos Nollette of
Nenzel were transacting business in
our city Tuesday
Curt Callen has sold his delivery
business to M S WelchTwho will now
assume charge of the dime deliv
ery
F M Hackler commenced work at
the Post yesterday There seems to
be considerable work down there at
present
Wm Rider one of the most pros
perous of our farmers came up from
Penbrook Tuesday to do business
with our merchants
Instruments have been procured
with which a hew band is being or
ganized to furnish music for che en
tertainment of our people Most of
the memhers are experienced in per
forming and the Democrat predicts
for it a success
There is nothing more encouraging
to an editor tian subscribers paid in
advance showing their interest and
appreciation This inspires the edi
tor to work harder the paper is
brighter wearing the smiles jof the
people reflected in the editor
It is xeported that therjeJ agang
Sfsheil game men and gamblers fol
lowiug the show for which the show
should not be held responsible and
every one who attends should be care
ful how and where they invest a dol
lar Do not buck a man at -his own
game is a safe plan to follow
C J Farnham and wife went out in
the country last week to spend a few
days visiting Mr Farnhams father
who lives near Newton Mrs Robin
son is running the store during their
absence Mr Farnham believes in
the use of printers ink to call atten
tion to his wares and groceries
Harry Godfrey of Merriman was
in town Monday and made a pleasant
call at the Democrat office Notice
his livery stable ad in another part of
this issue Mr Godfrey is a hard
worker and a jolly fellow which are to
his credit and that he will receive a
liberal patronage in his livery busi
ness is the prediction of the Demo
crat
Unless a woman eats sufficient
nourishing food she can neither gain
nor keep a good complexion Food
when digested is the base of all
health all strength and all beauty
Herbine will help digest what you
eat and give you the clear bright
beautiful skin of health Price 50
and 75 cts Quigley Chapman
The Norfolk Nurses has a general
assortment of fruit trees small fruit
plants roses and ornamental shrubs
Box elder ash elm and maple 10 to
15 feet high Forest tree seedlings
suitable for planting windbreaks
Early Ohio and Early Six Weeks seed
potatoes Call at nursery or write
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-There was a goodly attendance
at the morning and evening services
in the Episcopal church last Sunday
conducted by Bishop Graves and Rev
Bates Bishop Graves delivered ex
cellent sermons showing a careful and
thoughtful preparation and was weil
received by the congregation The
singing was said to be good Miss
Fischer sang two excellent solos in i
addition to the songs by the quartet
P Sullivan of Codyex county comr
missioner is in town this week for the
first time since he retired from officer
It has been said of Mr Sullivan that
he by careful supervision has re
duced the cbunty indebtedness more
and has saved the county more moneys
than any commissioner the county
has ever had Mr Sullivan has many
warm irienas among tnose wno ap i
preciate the interest be has taken
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Jngures dont lie but liars can make figures
If you have followed up some merchants red hot
advertisements and been disappointed in the values
offered dont sav there is no use in believing our ad-
vcrtisement Just remember the little quotation
given above We are doing an important -work in
publishing advertisements which people can believe
for they are simply the xhiin truth about the store
We find that we are wjnnmg friends and customers
every day by this policy If Ave havent wonyour
trade yet we will when you learn the advantage of
trading here
16 lbs Granulated Sugar 1 00
8 lbs any package Coffee - A 00
10 lbs California Evaporated Peaches 1 00
12 yards Bleached Muslin V V 1 00
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NOTICE
No manure shall be dumped within
two miles of the corporate iimits of
the city of Valentine except as placed
upon the streets under direction of
the road supervisor or city marshal
By order of the Board of Health
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A Good Thing
-Our great grandmothers garrete
contained the same herbs of all heal
ing found in Karls Clover Root Teal
They gave our ancestors strength
kept the blood pure and will do the
same for you If you say so Price 25c
and 50c k s
Straw Hats i
Call on D Stinard for a straw hat
Drebertjspecial agent of the Ger
man Mutual Insurance Co of Omaha
was visiting with the local agent I
M Rice Tuesday Mr Drebert ex
pects to stop on his returnto Omaha
next week to upend a little more time
in our town
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This market always keeps a supply of
FRESH -FRUIT -AND -GAME
Iil addition to a first claes line of Steaks Eoasta Dry Salt Meats
Smoked Hams Breakfast Bacon and Vegetable
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REPORT
Of the Financial Condition of the Village of
Valentine for the year ending
April 30 1900
General Fund Receipts
Balance on hand Hay 1st 1839 S 389 33
Saloon licenses SCO oo
Fines etc
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ShowJIcenses street fakirs etc C7 00
Coal sold 7 73-
Water collections 1639 72
County treasurer f 290 is
Total 3198 0G
Disbursements r
Salary of Encitiees 9720 00
Salary of Marshal 300 00
Salary of Clerk 82 50
Pay of Water Commissioner ICC 11
Tay of Street Commissioner 40 oo
Fuel- - 978 58
Supplies and repairs on water svstem
nnd Incidentals - 703 22
Balance onTiiind May 1st 1900 4 230 45
Total 3198 90
Interest and Sinking Fund
Balance on hand May lstJS89 5 533 92
iteceivea irom county Treasurer 507 49
Balance on hand May 1st 19001104C 41
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