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THE OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF CHERRY COUNTY , NEBRASKA
VOLUME XVI VALENTINE , NEBRASKA. AUGUST 1.1901. NTTMBEE 28
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Hamilton & Brown Shoe
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Ladifes' and G-entlemans' Shirt Waists.
Our Dry Goods department is the most complete , np-
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WINTER BUSINESS IS OVER
Full Line of Spring and Summer
Goods now on hand.
I Clothing and Furnishings , Ladies * Gentfs
Children's Shoes ,
p TAILORING IN ALL BRANCHES ,
I'M ' C. H. COBNEMPresident. . SK. V. NICHOLSON , Cashier
B ANK OF VALENTINE.
Valentine , Nebraska.
A General Banking Business Transacted
Buys and Sells Domestic and Foreign Exchange
Chemical National Bank , New York . Correspondents ; First National Bank. Omalia Neb
WINES , LIQUORS AND CIGARS
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OF THE CHOICEST BRANDS
Valentine - - Nebraska
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PAPER HANGING |
49 49 CALCI MINING.
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49 Valentine Nebraska , All work well done
JAMES B. HULL
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HERALD PURE RYE WHISKEY
Ale and Porter , And FRED KRUG'S BEER
Choicest Wine and Cigars.
VALENTINE X NEBRASKA
GET AT ras
YOUR OFFICE *
It- * We Cso Satisfy You io Qualifv Price and Wortnaiuhip
TALK OF , TfiE TOWN
C. H. WELLFORD , City Editor ,
John B. Lord spent Monday here
George Hammond was up from
Arabia , Monday.
W. A. Bonsor was over from his
ranch last Monday.
Elmer Cole returned Saturday from
a trip to the Black Hills.
Earl Hook , of Cody , was in the city
the latter part of last week.
J. R. Fee was down from Crooks-
ton last Tuesday on business.
J. C. Rounds spent Saturday and
Sunday in Valentine on business.
County Treasurer Thackrey made a
visit to his ranch near Arabja last
Mrs. Cap well , of Ainsworth , was in
the city on business the fore part of
I. M. Jones and son Claud have rent
ed the Bonsor property , and will move
C. S. Reece , our deputy county ,
clerk , spent Monday and Tuesday on
his ranch haying.
Ed Hackler , who has been working
for Curtis & Mullen , returned to his
home here Tuesday.
A. E. Thacher spent Sunday and
Monday in Woodlake visiting with J.
E , Cochran and family.
J. H , Quijjley spent Sunday looking
after his interests on his Boiling
Springs ranch south of Cody.
The dance in Cornell hall last Fri
day night was well attended and a
good time was had by everyone.
W. F. Morgareidge and wife are
spending the week at the home of Mr.
Morgareidge's father near Simeon.
James D. McLain came over from
his ranch on the reservation and re
mained here Tuesday and Wednes
E. J. Davenport departed last Mon
day morning for Hot Springs where4
he will spend a few days at the Si-
A. H. SteeB ) of Kennedy , returned
from a trip to the east last Wednes
day morning and departed for his
Mrs. P. A. Walker returned last
week from a trip to her home near
Rushville. She reports having had a
very pleasant yisit at her old home.
John Tinnin , who purchased the
Alex Dobson ranch on Bear creek in
the west end of the county some time
ago , was in Valentine Saturday on
Carl Freeman who is assisting his
uncle at Woodlake through the hay
ing season came up last Monday aft
er necessary repairs for some of the
Miss Maud L. VanWagener after
visiting her sister in Omaha during
vacation returned to her duties at
the Government boaiding school as
Last week I. M. Jones completed
a water tank for Frank Seager , of
the north table. Mr. Seager has a
good substantial tank and one of the
largest Mr. Jones has yet turned out.
Edward Parryof Gordon , spent
last Sunday here visiting his sister ,
Mre. Harold Zeilian. Ed has not vis
ited Valentine for some time and his
friends here were all glad to see him.
J. G. Stetter spent several days
here this week at his home. Johnnie
informs us that he has decided not to
go into the saloon business in the
Hills having just returnedfrom
C. H. Cornell made a business trip
to Alliance last Saturday and Sun
day returning Monday morning.
While away he purchased the Both-
well herd of cattle for L. N. Layport
consisting of 136 head.
The social department of the Ep-
worth League will give a lawn social
at the residence of Geo. H. Hornby
Wednesday night , August 7th. Ice
cream and cake will be served. Ev-
ervone cordially invited.
J. W. Smyser departed last Satur
day buying horses for O. H. Wallop.
He stopped at Cody for a few days
and from there he goes to Edgemont ,
South Dakota , expecting to be away
ten days or two weeks.
Howard Layport went to Pullman
last Monday to get a bunch of one
hundred and thirty-six cattle that L.
N. Layport receutly purchased there
and bring them up to the ranch of
John Kime. This is the J. J. Both-
well herd that was sold in Alliance
last Saturdaj' under a mortgage and
it is understood that , Mr. Layport
got them at a bargaib.
Local Weather Rcccrd
U. 8. Department of Agriculture i ,
Weather Bureau f
Valentine , .Nebraska , week ending Tuesday ,
July , 30 1001
Mean temperature , 11 Uegiees which is 4 de
grees above the average ,
Mean temperature for corresponding week
'ast year , 72 degrees.
Highest temperature , OS degrees on the 28th.
lowest temperature , 58 degrees on the 30th.
- lijghest and lowest temperature for corres
ponding week last year , 95 degrees and 53 de
Total rainfall , .92 inches , which * is ,43 inches
above the average.
Alalxmum velocity of wind , 40 miles on the 2G
'Percentage of sunshine , 82.
Copious rains have fallen where
they were most needed during the
past week and the farmers are glad
dened thereby. Incidentally , also ,
the doubly execrated weather man is
once more in favor. August , how
ever , is yet to come , and - but we
decline to make any rank promises ,
D.C. GRUKOW ,
Observer. Weather Bureau.
Miss Anna Brown was in this city
the fore part of the week.
A. M. Charbonneau was over from
his ranch on business yesterday.
George A. Chapman , junior partner
of the drug firm of Quigley & Chap
man , left last Sunday morning for
Omaha. He goes there on business
relative to the interest of his firm
and expects to return the latter part
of the week.
Charles Sparks , cashier in the
Cherry County B ink , departed last
Friday for Neligh to be with his son ,
Laverne , who was reported quite ill.
Mr. Sparks returned Monday morn
ing and informs us that Laverrfe is on
a fair way to recovery.
Harold Zelian and wife returned
Wednesday to the Government school
where Mrs. Zelian is seamstress in
structor and Mr. Zelian is assistant
engineer. They have a large circle
Ox-friends in and around Valentine
who wish them puccess ,
J. A. Sparks returned last Sunday
from a ten days business trip to his
old home and other points in Kansas.
He reports the corn crop burned up
there and the whole state badly in
need of rain and is glad to get back
to Cherry county again.
Rev , C. E. Connell , of Merriman ,
occupied the pulpit in the M. E.
church here last Sunday delivering
two able sermons. Rev. Connell
spent several days here , the-guest of
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Morgareidge and
was accompanied by hia two children.
John Bowers , of Arabia , sold hia
place near there last Thursday to
Edward Philps and purchased the T.
J. Ashburn place on the south side of
the river near the Uerry bridge. Mr.
Bowers is at present a resident of
Valentine but will soon move to the
place he recently purchased and
make his home there.
E. C. Swigert , of Gordon , spent
part of Friday and Saturday in this
city bu3ing what Indian goods he
could pick up of our merchants.
Elicha's many friends here are al
ways glad to meet him and as an old
friend of the writer we know him to
be a hustler of no mean ability and
success is coming his way.
"W. H. Ross , disciplinarian at the
Indian boarding school north of here ,
returned from a visit to his old home
in Michigan and the Buffalo Exposit
ion last Monday morning. He has
been away from here twenty-four
days for his summer vacation and re
ports having had a very pleasant
time. Mr. Ross left here the same
morning to resume his duties at the
boaiding school. \
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Clarkson accom
panied by their little grand-daughter
Mary House , left here last Monday
morninir for Tilford , SouthDakota ,
where they will visit for two or three
weeks with the family of J. V. Clark-
son , who resided here about five years
ago. This is their first visit to the
Hills and as Mr Clarkson has not seen
his brother since he left here it will
undoubtedly be a very pleasant one
for both of them.
F. M. Sageser and wife spent Mon
day here visiting friends before go
ing on east. Frank informs us that
he intends going into business for
himself at Newport having purchased
a livery barn there. He started from
Gordon last week with four horses
and a buggy intending to drive thro1
but at Merriman sold two of his hors
es to Mr. Wallop for $30 each and at
Codv solt his buggy and team to W.
M. Anderson for S235.00 so he will
complete his journey by the cars.
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Let Us Give You a Few of
Good Roasted Coffee - per Ib 10e
5 Pouiul Sacks of Pearl Hominy - lOc
8 Bas Diamond C Soap - - 25c
5 Bars Larye Bar Wool Soup - . 25c
2O Founds of Good Rice - - Zl.OO
Bargains in EVERYTHING the Next
Two Weeks to Make Room tor Our Spring
CROOKSTONNEBFv. MAX E. VIERTEL
CITIZENS - MEAT - MARKET
J. W. STETTER , PROP
FRESH FRUIT AND GAME
IN THEIR SEASON
First-class line of Steaks , Koasts ,
Dry Salt Meats , Smoked
Is the Best Equipped , most Comfortable , Largest
and Best Two-Dollars
FIRST-CLASS MODERN HOTEL
In Northwestern Nebraska
Bath , ITot and Cold Water , Two Sample Eooms
YALEHTIHE - NEBRASKA
U. G. McBRIDE
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
CARPENTER IN GENERAL
VALENTINE NEBRASKA 3
If you are going to build you will save
money if you will call on or write me.
Composition and Gravel roofs , Slate roofs.
Brick and-Cement side-walks. Native and imported
ornamental and cut stone of all shapes and sizes. Brick for sale.
WM. MAIER , Contractor ,
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