OCR Interpretation


Valentine Democrat. (Valentine, Neb.) 1900-1930, May 03, 1900, Image 1

Image and text provided by University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn95069780/1900-05-03/ed-1/seq-1/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

IM
fil
F3
vM
tt9fviJ tof
i
fi A J
m
If
S
r
It
A
J
riiftfvtf T
jp
--
VOLUME XV
WAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
X003OaOi30Oi00430000
B2gg2Bflfc
R 1
N
C II CORXKIIi President
4
i
fW
THE
-- T ay - fit
ds 4 Mr
x
5 vt
fj
r
-- J
- I -
arkedCw
Correspondents
g WHAT HAS BEEN
4
49
49
49
49
49
-49
49
49
- 49
49
49
49
49
49
49
49
4
49
49
49
49
49
49
49
Vr
y
y asflmgr in liill IWMlini V - - -
a ff- - V- T
V -
AAAAAAAAAAAAAA
YOUR EXPERIENCE
Figures 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
vertisements 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 plain truth about the store
We find that we are winning friends and customers
every day by this policy If we havent won your
trade yet we will when you learn the advantage of
trading here
16 lbs Granulated Sugar
8 lbs any package Coffee
10 lbs California JEvaporated Peaches
12 yards Bleached Muslin
8 pairs of Ladies Bladk Ilose -
1
1
- 1
1
1
00
00
0
0
00
5 00
10 Per Cent Discount saved to you - 50
Cash Price 4
TEN PER IWT OFF OX EVERYTHING
THE RED FRONT
50
-
a99 c4c4c4c4c4c4c4c4c4c4c4rc4
HOWS YOUR HOSE
Your Rubber Garden Hose we mean We have
some very nice ones Come in and see them If you
should need any of the fo wing articles wp hae them
the best kind Garden fools Screen Doors Wire
Cloth Pumps Pipes and Fittings Iron Beds Springs
Mattresses Babv Carriages Ice Cream JFreezers Ham
- mocks Carpenters Tools Poultry Netting Whitewash
and Paint Brushes We have a superior Axle Grease
we would like to have you try
If you need a Wind Mill call on us
ANDERSON
Is continually adding improvements andrit is now the
beBt1 equipped and most comfortable
SIRST CLAS MODERN HOTEL
IN NORTHWEST NEBRASKA
Hot and Cold Water Excellent Bath Room Tw Sample Room
vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvyvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv
Having purchased the harness shop of J W Wlnlans we will not only sell
Come early nnd 5 ou will have a Alt wi lr rrnafoirJOursuccess ninS
greater varied to select from O WOfK guaranteed 011 our ability
9
J April
5f WOO
0
0
0
I
0
0
o
0
0
c4r4
21253
raaraariN
49
49
49
The DONOHER
vw
Harness at Old Prices
Notwithstanding the advance In cost but in order to reduce and consolidate the twostocks
k we will make
REDUCEDTRICES FOR NEXl
AA ff tf f
m mn
EFNEE SHERMAN
AAAAAAArffcWAAAArfkAWAU
SPEAKING OF PRICES
We wish to call your attention this week to the
bargains we offer
Good Shoes at 100 125 and 150 which former
ly sold at 200 250 and 300
Work Shirts 25 to 75 cents
New Dress Shirts 50 and 75 cents
New Shirt Waists 50 75 and 100
White Cloud Floating Soap 5c bar
Toilet Soap 3 bars for 10c
Soda good 5c per pound
Corn Starch 5c per pound
We handle all kinds of package coffee and sell
Gold Medal Mocha and Java none better at 20c
Porto Bico Mocha and Java 20c Banquet 2 pounds
lVC 20C
Large Bottle Catsup 10c
Quart French Mustard 15c
CRABB MORGAREIDGE
M V NICHOLSON Cashier
BANK OF VALENTINE
Valentine Nebraska
s
A General Banking Business Transacted
-
-
Bays andSellfl Domestic and Foreign JBxchange
Chemical National Bank New Yorlc
vi z k
First NationarBankOmaliaNe
CJ
Two business places for sale En-
of Cherry County Bank lltf
Gus Carlson andCapt Howell are
erecting a windmill on their residence
property
See that job lotof handkerchief s
ties and suspenders at Pettycrews
Maynard Bishop is assisting in Geo
H Hornbys store during Mr Horn
bys absence
Several ladies met at the home of
Miss Nellie Bullis for a May party
Tuesday night
Ttfe Y M C A boys are getting
up a play which will be rendered some
time in the future
Why send off when
goods cheaper at home
the Clothier
you can buy
See Stinard
13 tf
Wm Danofsky and Julius Bowler
were in our city last Friday and Sat
urday from Kilgore -
The sick are better and the de
spondent farmer now whistles oer
the furrowed soil
We deliver groceries as well as feed
to any part of town
W A Pettycrew
Quigley Chapman have had their
drug store repapered by Messrs
Christensen and Steele
To the Ladies If you will save your
rags for me I will pay you the highest
price for them John P Sitser 14 4t
Mr and Mrs J H Baker a promi
nent ranchiftan north of Irwinvisited
over Sunday in Valentine guests of
Mr and Mrs J S Estabrook
For whooping cough asthma bron
chitis or consumption no medicine
equals Ballard3 Horehound Syrup
Price 25 and 50c Quigley Chap
man
Everyone in the vicinity of Sparks
and Norden should be present to dis
cuss the important matter of organ
izing a skimming station at Sparks
It means a -great deal to the f aimer
and stockman
Special excursion to Hot Springs
S D Tuesdays May 1st and loth
and Tuesdays June loth and 19th for
one fare plus 200 for the round trip
good returning 30 -days from date of
sale J C Northrop Agent
Many a fair young childwhose pal
lor has nuzzled the mother until she
has suspected rightly 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
One more opportuuity From March
26th to April 15th Andrews will give a
medallion with every dozen Platind
Cabinet Photos This offer ismade
to introduce the work
member the medallion absolutely
free
9 tf
i
-
VALENTINE
- iwfrfflUi m
v
T C Hornby is the onlv merchant
intown who handles Michigan salt
The Gilt Edge canned goods and the
gaB roasted 25c Mocha and Java cof
feeare the finest on earth A close
out on a 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
Old papers for sale at this office
If you have no girl borrow someone
elses girl and go to the Great Syndi
cate English American Shows on Fri
day May 11
Geo H Hornby and wife left Mon
day for Chicago 111 where they ex
pect to remain about one month
Mr Hornby is delegate to M E Gen
eral Conference
Max Adler a German who came to
this county about six years ago and
took up a homestead between Nenzel
and Georgia is now U S consul lo
cated at Strasburg Germany
Be on hand early to witness the free
morning exhibition after the grand
street parade of the The Great Syn
dicate English American Shows on
Friday May 11
There is a large pile of rock in
front of the lots owned by Messrs
Quigley and Brayton with which
some time in the future they intend
putting up two good stone structures
Dr Dwyer went to Longpine Sun
day in response to a telegram from
the town board there to settle a dis
pute among the doctors in regard to
the diagnosis of an epidemic disease
prevalent in that section
C V Danielson the lightning day
operator at Valentinespent last Sat
urday with friends in Chadron and
went up to Dead wood the next morn
ing intending to remain several days
But he couldnt stay away so he re-
rturneoto Valentine Monday night
Chadron Journal
The Great Syndicate English-American
Shows will be here on Friday
May 11 in all its splendor It is a
veritable city of white tents and all
the acts are new and original They
also have a rare and -costly menag
erie besides having a large troupe of
educated horses and ponies
The town board met Monday even
ing April 30 to pass upon applica
tions for liquor licenses by Henry
Stetter Frank Fischer Walter F A
Meltendorff and T A Yearnshaw
Applications were accepted and the
bonds approved TUe hond of J A
Sparks as city treasurer was also ap
proved
W W Marple superintendent of
the Beatrice Creamery Co who open
ed the creamery station here will go
to Sparks Monday May 7th in com
pany with C H Cornell and W E
Haley to discuss the adyisability of
opening a skimming station there
A meeting will be held at 11 oclock
at Sparks
John A Anderson and wife came
down from Rosebud last Thursday to
meet Mrs Andersons brother Mi
Oral Miller from Solidsburg Pa
After a delightful fishing trip to the
Schlegel Friday in which Chas An
derson and Harry Folks participated
Mr and Mrs Anderson and brother
returned to Rosebud
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 whatyou
eat and give you the clear bright
beautiful skin of health Price 50
and 75 cts Quigley Chapman
While breaking a young horse to
ride SaturdaySam Hutchison of near
Simeon was thrown violently to the
ground and it is thought that the
horse struck him about the head as
he lumped over him Mr Harris be
ing close by picked him up uncon
scious and together with JohnvBal
lard brought him to town and placed
him in tlje Union Hotel where he lay
until near morning before recovering
consciousness Dr Dwyer was called
to attend the injured man and said
that he had concussion of the brain
Since then Mr Hutchinson has been
improving and- will be well in a few
days x - - - - J
Circus day ob Friday MayAlwill
unitVmany old friends as the people
formiles around wilLbe intown to see
the big show
VALENTINE NEBRASKA- MAT 3 1900
WW
vvvvvvvvvvvyvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvryvvvvvvvyrvvvvvvvvv vvvvvvvvsfyvvvvvvvvvv
Now is the time to advertise
Plum trees are in blossom now
K E Stoner was in town Tuesday
C M Kime of Newtonwas in town
Tuesday
Fui nished room to rent by J S Es
tabrook
Choir books for
crat office
Wm Hook of
streets Tuesday
May at the Demo-
Cody was on our
Harry Folks has a position with Jor
dan at Rosebud
Fred Foks is clerking for Daven
port fhacher
Wm Scott sold his
Thorsen last week
ranch to Peter
Dan Ludwig has received another
carload of wagons
Some nice fish are being
now out to the Schlegel
caught
Washington Honey of Woodlake
visited this city Monday
Serge suits in endless
Stinards
variety at
13 tf
W D Morgareidge was in town
Friday and Saturday last week
Chas Reece purchased the Hols
claw house of Mrs Canner Monday
Call and examine Stinards spring
line of clothing hats etc 13 tf
Frank T Prawitz the jolly tinner
at Hornbys is having all theVork he
can do
S Moon was out to Anderson
Rounds ranch putting up wind mills
last week
H
TALK OF THE TOWN
Did you get a May basket a
f - tr -
l
fg AT
V
SftW
DEMOCRAT
NUMBER 1 5
49
4
r
49
49
49
49
49
49
49
49
49
49
49
49
49
49
49
49
49
49
49
49
49
49
ROBBERS
Valentine
TXZfZZZTXJJlZVJgJTBTVZTXgHXtXl
kk
kl ll ISSffH T ITfcI
ibJJJif5rB5
Skimming Station
The skimming station was opened
liere last Friday about as advertised
Milk began arriving- about 9 delivery
lastinguntil 11 oclock during which
time the machinery was in operation
and witnessed by many of our towns
people Luncheon was had in the
hallaf ter which an address was made
by Prof Davisson Director of Agri
cultural Department State Univer
sity followed by W W Marple of the
Creamery Co Music was furnished
by the Young Ladies Cornet Band
and the High School Qnartet
Milk i3 being delivered this week at
the rate of about 1400 pounds per day
which is regarded as a most excellent
beginning particularly for this sea
son of the year Already the wife of
one of the farmers who is supplying
milk is complaining of nothing to do
while the milk jars she formerly
used in making butter are piled care
fully away
- Mr Marple of the Creamery Co
will return here and accompanied by
some of our Valentine citizens will
visit Sparks Monday 7th Since
there is a whole lot of work in con
nection witTrorganizihgrit is desired
that those living in the vicinity of
mO3
303
o
o
o
o
0
2
I
WELL WE GtJJESS
NOT We dont
sell oti a few articles
at cost and then rob il
you on everything
else but sell every
thing at J
LOWEST PRICES t
49 Early Ohio Seed Potatoes
DAVENPORT THACHER
49
49 General Merchants
49
FRESH
2 FZ
ii - s 3jg
0
if
0
0
0
ITIZENS - MEAT - MARKET
J W STETTER PROPRIETOR
This market always keeps a supply of
RUIT AND - GAME
In addition to a first class line of Steaks Boasts Dry Salt Meati
Smoked Hams Breakfast Bacon and Vegetables
AtStetters Old Stand on Main Street VALENTINE NEBRASKA
I I
AWAt OtEABING SALE
SHOES AT HALF PRICE
BOOTS
SHOES
CLOTHING
AND
GENTS FURNISHINGS
PRACTICAL TAILORING
AIjJj ovr work guaranteed
D STINARD CLOTHIER
Nebeaska
Successors to WAL00TT STEVENSOtf
2S33
LIVERY BARN
WALCOTT LUDWIG Props
AAA
fJ
w
Sparks arrive there by 11 am when
Mr Marple will begin outlining the
system
The Democrat believes the skim
ming station a good thing At least
it advises taking tim6 for investiga
tion n
Subscriptions Payable in Advance
Now is the time to look up your sub-
scription account to this paper You
should notify this office at once if you J
have paid in advance
Let us start straight
To all from whom subscription is
due a marked copy will be sent You
will therefore consider this a kindly
invitation to send a dollar for one
year in advance and I will give you
proper credit and a receipt ifor same
The Norfolk Nursery has a general
assortment of fruit trees small fruit
plants roses and ornamental shrubs
Box elder ash elm and maple la to
15 feet high Forest tree seedlings
suitable for planting windbreaks
Early Ohio and Early Sis Weeks seed
potatoes Call at nursery or writt
E D Hammond
Il 6t Norfolk I
Additional Local on Fifth Page
rT
tf Wy
--
X-
Jtij

xml | txt