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THE OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF CHERRY COUNTY , NEBRASKA
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VOLUME XVI VALENTINE , NEBRASKA , JULY 23,1901. NUMBER 27
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WINTER BUSINESS IS OVER
Full Line of Spring and Summer
Goods now on hand.
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Clothing and Furnishings * Ladies * Gentfs
Children's Shoes.
-o-o TAILORING IN ALL BRANCHES ,
C. II. CORXEL.I * . President. M. V. NICHOLSON , Cashier
ANKOF VAENTINE.
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A General Banking Business Transacted
Bays and Sells Domestic and Foreign Exchange
Correspondents ;
Sbtralcal National Bank , New York. First National Bank , Omaha Neb
HEADQUARTERS FOR
WINES , LIQUORS AND CIGARS
OF THE CHOICEST BRANDS
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JAMES BHULL
Sole Agents for
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Ale id Porter. . And FRED KRUGS BEEF
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I TALK OF THE TOWN , j
C. H , WELLFORD , City Editor ,
Sam Parry was in Valentine last
Monday.
T. J. Ashburn was in this city Mon
day on business.
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W. A. Denny was in Valentine last
Thursday on business.
John Jackson was in from his farm
on the north table last Saturday.
Aetna Brechbill , of Sparks came
up to Valentine Monday on business.
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O. W. Morey and his son Jay re ?
turned last Saturday from Bordeaux ,
Wm. Ward was in from his farm on
the north table last Monday on busi
ness.
Remember that we write insurance
in the best mutual sompanies in the
state.
Visiting" cards , business cards , or
wedding1 stationery at THE DEMO
CRAT office.
F. H. Baumgartl was down from
Crookston last Friday shaking bauds
with friends.
John Neiss came over from the res
ervation and spent a few days inthia
i city the fore part of the week.
Perry Parker , of Kennedy , was in
Valentine last Monday making * pre
parations for putting up his hay.
Miss Helen McDonald , of Crooks-
ton , came down last Saturday and
spent several days here visiting.
C. W. Allen of Merriman and Geo.
A. . Brooks of Basile Mills were seen
at the Elaine Tuesday. Chadronian.
James Skirving , of Woodlake , was
in the city last Friday and Saturday
and made this oilice a pleasant call.
Mrs. Frank Brayton was in Ains-
worth last week visiting at the home
of her parents , Mr. and Mrs. John
DeWoody.
A. M. Charbonneau came down
from his reservation ranch last Sat
urday and spent Sunday and Monday
in this city.
U. O'Brj'an came over from his res-
eryation ranch last Friday and re
mained here on business until the fol-
lowing" afternoon.
Edward Quirk , more familiarly
known to his fiiends here as "Boy" "
Kirk , ' ' came up last Monday and
spent the week here. '
Ralph Crabb was in Monday from
his farm on the north table and in- , .
formed us that corn in that vicinity
is still holding its own.
James D. McLean , of the Rosebud s
reservation , was in Valentine on busi
ness a few hours last Monday. lie
made this office a business call.
W. G. Baker , of Norfolk , the well
known travelling agent for the Wood
Bros , commission firm , of Omaha ,
made his first visit to this community
F. M. Walcott has installed in his
office a new Macey system desk which
will add greatly to his convenience
and economy of time in handling his
land business.
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List 3'Our ranch , farm or city prop d
erty with us. Out real estate busi p
ness receives careful attention in n
every detail and beat results can be ai
obtained through us. er
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Operator Clyde Foster of Valentine m
was in Chadron on business connect fo
ed with the railroad on Tuesday. He ce
returned to his work Tuesday night. stwi
Chadron Chadronian. wi
Dr. J. C. Dwyer made a professionf f
al visit to the Gillasoie ranch the PC
atter part of last week to see Mrs. '
Robt. Gillaspie who was quite sick
but ib much better at present. de
Mrs. P. A. Walker is away visiting th
at the home of her parents north of bj
Rushville. She leit here last week at
and will also visit Hot Springs and
other points in the Black Hills. OE
W. G. Ballard , one of Woodlake's , .U
stockmen , made Valentine a business
call last Friday. In conversation ,
with him he informs us that he wasre
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successful * ! ! ! selling all his Dulls. It . .
pays to advertise in Tut ; DEJIOCKAT.
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S. Moon returned from Marshal- PI
town , Iowa , the lore part of the week
where he visitetl hb sister vhu has.
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bsun cuilc lick. He reports crops"
ookiug iu a very Ceplciable coedit-
on through Iowa owing lo the ccect er
drouth. '
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John Burnett , of Westover , South Vl
Dakota , made this office a business bi
call while here trading with our mer ac
chants last Frida } ' . Mr. Burnett was de
accompanied by his sou , Grover , and er
was laving in supplies for the haying he
hemi
season. He like others is experienc mi
ing difficulty in obtaining necessary loi
help for making hay , fit
Local Weather Record
U. S. Iivpartincot of Agriculture i
Weatlier mu can f
ValentineNebraska , week ending Tuesday
July , 'j rjyi
Mean temperature , 82 doyieealiich is 0 de
Kreesi above tlie average.
Mean temperature for corresponding week
laat year , 07 degrees.
Highest temperature , 101 degrees on the iiOth.
JLoweat temperature , Co degrees on tlie 18th.
.highest and lowest temperature for correb-
Itonding week last year , 90 degrees and 43 dc
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Bret's lespeetively.
Total rainfall , .10 inches , which is ,41 inches
below ilie average.
Maixtnum velocity ofind , 41 miles on the 17
1'ereentuge of sunshine , or .
. Such readers of THE DEMOCRAT as
I are fond of statistics are requested to
compare the temperature records of
thia vear with those of 1900. Those
who do so will find that the average
for the past week for each and every
hour of the twenty-four was 15 de
grees higher than it was last year.
Comment is unnecessary. It will be
some time before such aTecord is
broken.
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Observer. Weather Bureau.
Albert Metager arrived in Whit
man Sunday morning with a car of
bulls for use on his ranch , they were
a fine lot of short horns. He had the
misfortune to have two of them kill-
in the car. Whitman Sun.
J. C. Reece , of the firm of Crabb
Co. , went out to his ranch near Sim
eon last Sunday and remained there
until Tuesday evening looking after
his interests and making prepara
tions to commence haying.
Henry Neil of Chicago , who is here
visiting Woodruff Ball and expects
to stay for a year or more in the hope
of benefiting his health , came in
from the ranch last week and is
spending the week "here enjoving him
self.
Rev. C. E. Council , of Merriman ,
will take Rey. Cumbow's place in the
M. E. pulpit next Sunday and the
Sunday after whi'e our resident pa-
tor . ' is enjoying a two weeks vacation
in the Black Hills. Rev. Council is
an able young man and should be re
ceived by a large congregation.
Rev. J. C. Sloan , of Alliance , Pres-
by terian pastor at large of the Box
Butte district , was in Valentine last
Sunday and preached in the Presby
terian church here. He departed
from here Monday morning for Hot
Springs , South Dakota , where he will
spend a few days at the Siloam rest
ing and recuperating his health.
R. S. Dennis , our popular painter ,
who has been working in Ainsworth
finishing work on a residence for Sam
Chestnut , came up last Friday and
will remain here a week finishing
Judge F. M. Walcott's new residence
property. He will then return to
Ainsworth where he has work that
will occupy his attention during tne
remainder of the summer.
John Spall , of near Simeon , an old
time friend of the writer , spent Fri
day and Satin day in Valentine pre
paring for the haying season. John
nie i has done well in Cherry county
and surrounded himself with consid
erable property showing plainly the
many opportunities presented here
for an ambitious young men to suc
ceed. We remember him as a boy
struggling against circumstances
with many others in the west end of
this connty trying to farm. He now
possesses a fine ranch property well
stocked ,
Rev. A. F. Cumbow and son Fred
departed last Monday morning for
the Black Hills country. They went
tram from here to Buffalo Gap
and there took Mr. Thackrey's team ,
that he left there some months ago n
account of not being able to re
turn , the creeks and rivers all being
flooded , , and went on to Hot Springs
where he will spend a few .days and
then on through the hills and on his
return they will come through the
bad lauds , spending about two weeks
away from home. They v.-cnt full } '
prepared for a very pleasant trip.
C. M. Sageser , who after selling
his brbsr shop in Valentine .has
betu la Gordon attending- the uec-
cessary repairs of his residerxe prop
erty recently purchased there , ar
rived here last Friday raorntng afcl
visited ! with friends and transacted
businessjntil Monday uight when he ,
accompanied by Jamed Gillaspie
departed for Oklahoma. Mr. Suges-
has no definite object in view but fj
hopes to get into something and make
mone } ' . Mr. Gillaspie goes there to
look over the country in the hopes of
finding sooretbing that will suit him.
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Let Us Give You a Few of
OUR PRICES
fooit Jlwisted Coffee - - per lb JtOc
5 JPo f Sticks of ieirlSloininy
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Bargains in EVERYTHING tlie Next !
Two Weeks to Make Room ior Our Spring
Stock.
CROOKSTON. NECFv. MAX E. VIERT EL
CITIZENS-MEAT-MARKET
J. W. STETTER , PROP
FRESH FRUIT AND GAME
IN THEIR SEASON
First-class line of Steaks , Hoasts ,
Dry Salt Meats , Smoked
Breakfast Bacon
THEDONOHER
Ts the Best Equipped , most Comfortable , Largest
and Best Two-Dollars a-Daj
FIKST-CLASS MODERN HOTEL
In Northwestern Nebraska s
Bath , Hot and Cold Water , Two Sample Hooms
Y'ALEHTIHE - H EBB. A SKA
-UILDINGS
If you are going to build you will save
money if you will call on or write me.
INFORMATION FREE
Composition and Gravo.l roofs , Slate roofs.
Brick and Cement side-walks. Native and imported
ornamental and cut stone of all shapes and sizes. Brick fur sale.
WM. MAIER , Contractor ,
VALENTINE. N BR-
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
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CARPENTER IN GENERAL I
VALENTINE
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