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Valentine Democrat. (Valentine, Neb.) 1900-1930, September 06, 1900, Image 1

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HATS the story in few lines We
wish to say briefly however that
our summer clearing sale is a good
bit different from most sales you see adver
tised Our bargains do not consist of a lot
of shop worn odds and ends dear at any
price The goods we offer are new fresh
and desirable and we sell them at cut
prices now because we can turn the money
several times before next spring We are
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GENERAL HARDWARE
Wall tents wagon covers wagon bows gasoline stoves
poultry netting screen doors and screening lawn mow
ers rubber hose hammocks picture frames room
moulding window shades etc
Call on me and get Prices when in need of anything in my line
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VALENTINE NEBR
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Valentine Nebraska
A General Banking Business Transacted
Bays and Sells Domestic and Foreign Exchange
Correspondents
Ubemlcal National Bank New York First National Bank Omaha Neb
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FRANK ECOFFEY
We respectfully call your attention to
our complete lines of Dry Goods Hats
and Caps Boots and Shoes Groceries
and Lumber You will find our prices
to be as low as any in the business We
will from time to time have something
of interest to tell you through our adver
tisement and something that will be to
your advantage Fair treatment to all
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VALENTINE NEBRASKA SEPTEMBER 6 1900
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A new line of gloves at Farnhams
O W Morey went to Lincoln Tues
day
Jas Quigley went up to his ranch
Monday
There were services in the Episco
pal church last Sunday
Mrs Harris takes charge of the
Union Hotel this week
The horse races will be held in this
city October 3 4 and 5
Try that 50c Japan Tea at Farn
hams 33
Miss McNamer went to Lincoln to
visit friends Tuesday
Bob and Zan Gillaspie were renew
ing acquaintances in town this week
Creamery Prices paid for butter
and eggs in cash Crabq Co 20 tf
Miss Tacey Collett came home
from Cedar Rapids la Tuesday
night
Frank Ashburn took two carloads of
cattle to Sioux City the first of this
week
Miss Anna Ladley returned from
0Neilwhere she spent her vacation
at home
Miss Edith Pettycrew went to Lin
coln Wednesday morning to attend
the state fair
F M Walcott left Sunday morning
for Chicago expecting to be absent
about a week
Dr Dwyer and Dr Holsclaw have
fresh vaccine virus Children and
others should be vaccinated
We deliver groceries as well as feed
to any part of town
W A Pettycrew
Miss Brown county superintendent
left for Lincoln Wednesday morning
to attend the state fair
Capt Fuller is having a bank and
dwelling built at Merriman The
dwelling is nearly completed
Barnes Childers have built a good
substantial building at Merriman
where they expect to be in business
soon
A second hand stock saddle for sale
at Farnhams 33
Miss Laura Tillson of this village
left Saturday morning for Gordon
near which place she will teach school
for the next nine months
Mrs George Ball accompanied by
her daughter arrived in Valentine
Friday morning She will visit her
son Woodruff Ball for a few weeks
R S Dennis late proprietor of the
Union Hotel has moyed into John
Dillons house Mr Dillon and family
will live in Fremont with a daughter
On account of some necessary
changes in the paper this week our
local space is limited Next week
howeyer we will not be so crowded
Frank Ecoffey has an advertisement
in this issue of the Democrat calling
attention to his mercantile business
also a stock brand for his stock inter
ests
W A Brubaker of Peoria 111 gave
an excellent talk to the people of
Valentine at the M E Church Mon
day night There was a good crowd
out to hear him
For Sale A fine matched driving
team also some work and saddle
horses Max E Viertel
31 Crookston Nebr
Davenports Hall is being thorough
ly renovated this week by R S Den
nis the painter The hall is repa
pered and otherwise made more cosy
and bright
Miss Maggie Shaiighnessy com
menced her term as teacher of the
Nenzei school on Monday last She is
a daughter of Mr and Mrs John
Shaughnessy of this town
We neglected to mention in last
weeks paper that Dr J C Dwyer
who has j been on a visit for a few
weeks has returned and is again in
practice at his profession
The voung menvpf Valentine who
are interested in the devotional and
Bible study work of the Y M C A
section are requested to meet at
Hornbys Hall at 1 oclock sharp Sun
day afternoon C H Wexford
Secretary
There will be a reunion of the sol
diers of the Northwestern Central
District at Ains worth Nebr Septem
ber 13-14-15 1900 One and one third
fare on F E M V R R from all
points between ONeill and Chadron
Piano for sale cheap
O W Morey
Inquire of
30 2t
Dont fail to see that bargain dis
play of shoes at Pettycrews 31 tf
The Equal Suffrage Club will meet
in Hornbys Hall Monday evening
Sept 10 at 8 oclock All are cor
dially invited
The Annual Convention of the Wo
mens Christian Temperance Union
sixteenth district Nebraska will be
held in Mrs
Law of DetroitMichwili speak dur
ing the convention See program
RESOLUTIONS OF CONDOLENCE
Valentine Lodge No 6 Sons and Daughters of
Protection
Whereas It has pleased the Great Ruler of
the Universe to call from our midst the beloved
mother of our brother and sister Pettycrew
Whereas We as members of Valentine Lodge
No 5 Sons and Daughters of Protection do
hereby extend to our brother and sister our
sympathy and condolence in this tneir sad be
reavement therefore be it
Resolved That a copy of these resolutions be
placed upon the records of this lodge and a
copy be sent to our brother and sister also a
copy be sent to each of the Valentine papers
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Harrikt Morey
fc G P Craw
Committee
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RACES OCTOBER 3-4-5
Following is the official program of
the races to be held in Valentine
on October 3d 4th and 5th 1900 Six
hundred and iifty dollars has been
put up for purses This promises to
be one of the best Race Horse meets
ever held in this town
first day
No 1- Purse of 75 Half mile
dash for Cherry County horses only
First 50 second 15 third 10
No 2 Purse of 50 Quarter mile
dash free lor all First 35 second
SlGf third 5
No 3 Purse of 75 Half mile and
repeat for Rosebud horses only
First 50 second 15 third 10
SECOND DAY
No 4 Purse of 50 Half mile
dash For cowboys Horses actually
used on the range owners to ride
saddles to weigh 25 pounds or over
Noboys under 18 years of age allowed
to ride in this race First 35 sec
ond 10 third 5
No 5 Puise of 100 Half mile
and repeat Free for all First 65
second 25 third 10
No 6 Purse of 40 600 yard dash
Free for all ponies under 14 hands
First 25 second 10 third 5
THIRD DAY
No 7 Purse of 50 Half mile and
repeat For Rosebud horses only
First 35 second 10 third 5
No 8 Purse of 125 One mile
novelty race Money divided as fol
lows First quarter 20 half 25
third quarter 30 mile 50
No 9 Purse 4250 Consolation
race Free for all horses started here
and that have not won in the Novelty
or been better than third in any oth
er race First 25 second 1250
third 5
Entrance 10 per cent of purse live
to enter and three to start or race
will be declared off Cowboy and In
dian races catch weights All other
races weights up
Purse No 9 entrance free
Grand display of fireworks last
night of the races
Purses guaranteed by committee
- C R Walcott
T A Yearnshaw
Geo Elliott
Committee
School Land Leasing
The Commissioner of Public Lands
and Buildings will offer about 50000
acres of school land for lease at pub
lic auction at Valentine at the coun
ty treasurers office beginning at 9
am September 18 1900 under the
following provision of the new school
land law
If after using due diligence to
lease said landat an annual rental of
six per cent upon the appraised valu
ation the commissioner is unable to
do so he may offer the same lor lease
at less than the appraised valuation
and lease it to the person or persons
who will pay six per cent on the high
est offered valuation as annual rent
alif in his judgment it is to the
best interests of the state to accept
such bid
Persons desiring to examine the
lands to be leased may secure lists of
the same showing the present ap
praisement thereof as well as any
other information upon application
to the County Treasurer or by ad
dressing the Commissioner at Lin
coln At -the beginaing of the auc
tion the commissioner will gladly an
swer all inquiries in regard to the
school land business or the workings
of the new law
The list of lands above referred to
will be found on page 0 of this paper
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Successors to W AL00TT STEVENSON
LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE
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If you believe what he
tells you himself Everyone has the best grades of
goods and the lowest prices Perhaps he thinks so It
would be a poor sort of a business man didnt
stick up for his own store Why not judge for yourself
Before buying anything get our prices
We sell Salt Coal and Fence Posts
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This market always keepa a supply of
RESH - FRUIT - AND -GAME
In addition to a urst clasi line of Steaks Boasts Dry Salt Meat
Smoked HamB Breakfast Bacon and Vegetables
AtStetters Old Stand on Main Street VALENTINE NEBRASKA
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A meeting of the school board in
Dist No 53 is hereby called to be
held in the new school house Satur
day3Sept 8th 1900 4 Oclock p m for
the purpose of receiving- the school
house and to pay or make arrange
ments to satisfy the contractor
A Second grade certificate teacher
wanted
School Dis No 53 Cherry Co Neb
Aug 31 1900 R Hansen
Director
I save you 20 to 50 per cent on your
insurance and write in the best mu
tual companies of the state
T M Rice Agent
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Endured Deaths Agonies
Only a roaring fire enabled JM Gar
rettson of San Antonio Tex ro lie
down when attacked by Asthma from
j which he sutfered for years He writes
his misery was often so great that it
seemed he endured the agonies of death
but Dr Kings NewDiscovery for Con
sumption wholly cured him This mar
velous medicine is the only known cure
for Asthma as well as Consumption
Coughs and Cldsand all Throat Chest
and Lung troubles Price 20c and100
Guaranteed Trial bottles free at El
liots Drug Store 1
Ask for bur pi ices on job work
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