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Valentine Democrat. (Valentine, Neb.) 1900-1930, May 17, 1900, Image 1

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Xot because tliey like us any better thinks we are
handsomer or more entertaining than other mer
chants but because we give better value than other
local concerns We do not claim that the mer
chant who asks high prices makes more money than
we do We make n fair profit but sell cheap be
cause this business is organized on lines that enable
us to obtain exceptional advantages in buying We
pass the good values thus obtained along to our
customers and they share in the benefits that our
long experience and ample capital give us You
will find it to your interest to buy your
DRY GOODS
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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 following articles wp have them
the best kind Garden Tools Screen Doors Wire
Cloth Pumps Pipes and Fittings Iron Beds Springs
Mattresses Uaby Carriages Ice Cream Freezers Uam
mocks Carpenters Tools Poultry Netting -White wash
and Paint Brushes We have a superior Axle Grease
we would like to have you try
If yon need a Wind Mill call on us
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FIKST CLASS MODERN HOTEL
IN NORTHWEST NEBRASKA
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Harness at Old Prices
Notwithstanding the advance in cost but in order to reduce and consolidate the two stocks
we will make
REDUCED PRICES FOR NEXT 60 DAYS
Come early nnd you will have a All rtlf4 U ornaarrt Our success hinges
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Valentine Nebraska
A General Ban kin jr ISnsixiess Transacted
Bays and Sells Domestic antl Foreign Exchange
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Did you hear the Lyon roar
Furnished room to rent by J S Es
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Serge suits in endless variety at
Stinards
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First class job work at the Demo
crat office
G H Q Smith Kalsominer house
and carriage painter
Dr SeymourEye Specialist is com
ing 17 tf
Jake Emmick of Woodlake was
doing business in town Monday
Call and examine Stinards spring
line of clothing hats etc 13 tf
Henry Stetter has had his saloon
repapered and used three or four
kinds of paper
J W Stetter has kalsomined and
painted his meat market making a
neat and tidy place
A nobby pair of pants light colors
or dark from 90c to 600 at D Stin
ards 16
Rev Baker filled the pulpit at the
M E Church Sunday evening and
preached a good sermon
Why send off when you can buy
goods cheaper at home See Stinard
the Clothier 13 tf
George W Monnier and G S
French from Merriman were in town
Monday on business
Dr Seymour will be here about
June 1st Watch this paper for ex
act date 17 tf
Frank Fischer has repaired his
building by adding a porch and
painted and papered the room
We deliver groceries as well as feed
to any part of town
W A Pettycrew
There being no minister at the M
E Church Sunday morning the con
gregation visited the Presbyterian
church and listened to agood sermon
by Rev Oastler
To the Ladies If you will save jour
rags for me I will pay you the highest
price for them John D Sitser 14 4t
Major Minor and Dr Winder of
the Rosebud Agency started Wed
nesday morning for Chicago where
they expect to be gone for ten days or
a couple of weeks as a means of re
creation after months of toil The
Democrat wishes them an enjovable
time
For whooping cough asthma bron
chitis or consumption no medicine
equals Ballards Horehound Syrup
Price 25 and 50c Quigley Chap
man
The Epworth League at Valentine
has over one hundred and twenty
members and the interest awakened
can be imagined by the fact that
every seat is occupied every Sunday
evening and quite a number are com
pelled to find seats outside the League
room
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
We are thankful to those who have
by words of encouragement or by pay
ing their dollar brightened the path
way of their life and ours There
are times in each life when a word of
encouragement falls like balm on a
wound and when thetword and dollar
are both given to the editor it softens
up mat uaru expression oi counten
ance makes his thoughts mellow and
his ideas flow as freely as a mountain
brook and as smooth as a ball bearing
auto mobile
Many a fair young child whose pal
lor has puzzled 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
A great many names are cue off
ft om subscription list this week and
if any one who wished the paper to
continue to visit their homes once a
week were among those dropped if
you will kindly send us your name and
a dollar well put you down for anoth
er year We do not wish to send the
paper to persons who do not wantit
and if there are any now on the ist
who do not wish to -be you can have
your names taken off by simply pay
ing up all arrears of subscription and
requesting us to discontinue which
will be done at once
T C Hornby is the onlv merchant
in town who handles Michigan salt
The Gilt Edge canned goods and the
gas roasted 25c Mocha and Java cof
fee are 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 5c to the 50c silk
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Subscribe for The Democrat
Ask for our pi ices on job work
Old papers for sale at this office
Board by the day or week at Mrs
Cavenys 16 tf
A few high grade Shorthorn and
white faced bulls for sale Amos
Strong Valentine Nebr 17 tf
Robert Koontzs residence in Mer
riman is about completed and will be
occupied about the last of this month
by his family
The Churn Ranch unloaded a nice
lot of young bulls and a fine stallion
at Merriman the other day which
they took down to the ranch
Harry Godfre the enterprising
liveryman at Merriman was in town
Monday and took a nice lot of busi
ness cards and envelopes home with
him advertising his livery business at
Merriman
August Fleischman of Cody and C
A Sthraidt of Gordon expect to
leave the last of this month for a
visit in German7 among their rela
tives and the Jfriends of their youth
While across the water they will vis
it the Paris Exposition
A Gregory ite fattened thirty odd
chickehs and wishing to get a good
price dressed and shipped them to a
city in the east Pittsburg we be
lieve In proper time he received a
due bill as follows Please remit 7f
cents to pay expenses Needless to
sa3ihe is not a reader of thatgreat
educator The Democrat
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
It is to be regretted that on ac
count of the crowded hall and warmth
Saturday evening and perhaps not
least the smoke from the red light
tableaux Mrs Gus Carlson was oyer
come and fainted away Restoratives
were administered and by careful
nursing and with the aid of Dr
Dw3Ter Mrs Carlson was resuscitated
and is recovering
Johnson the showman who pla3ed
the role of a green Swede on circus
day with his overalls short green
waistcoat and cap set on a head of
yellow hair made merry times for the
people who had crowded the streets
to witness the parade His language
brogue was as near perfect as the ac
tual Swede himself while his ready
replies and innocent bearing would
do credit to an Irish comedian
Our town continues to be the cen
ter of attraction for a great many
stockmen who buy large amounts of
supplies to take out to their respect
ive ranches and our hotels which are
numerous all seem to thrive though
many people wonder where so many
people come from Stockmen often
meet with one another here that they
would have to go twice the distance
to find at their respective ranches
and by thus making the trip to this
city they kill two birds with one
stone
Mr J M Brelsford of the Hot
Springs Plaster Compan passed
through here last Saturday and ap
pointed D S Ludwig exclusive ajrent
for the celebrated Hot Springs plas
ter It is manufactured by the same
mill and is taken from the same quar
ry that Mr Baker ran some three
years ago under a lease and was then
put out as the Baker plaster The
mill has been standing idle for two
years Mr Brelsford Company
bought the whole property this spring
rebuilt the mill and are now making
hard wall plaster and white crystal
finish that speaks for itself All
builders contractors and plasterers
will do well to see Mr Ludwig before
buying elsewhere
Straw Hats
Call on D Stinard for a straw hat
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FATALLY BURNED
Little Gracie Hersheys Clothing Catches
Fire and She is Fatally Burned Before
It is Extinguished
Last Saturday afternoon about 5
oclock little Gracie aged 3 years 1
month and 10 days daughter of Mr
and Mrs George Hershey while plaj
in with her sister Mary about five
years of age and another little ffirl
set her dress on fire with some
matches which they had in some man
ner procured and as there was no
jrrown person near at hand at the
time the little girl was very badly
burned before her screams aroused
the mother and the neighboring
women who ran to her assistance as
quickty as they couJd the mother
dashing a pail of -water onto the child
and others assisted by tearing and
cutting the remaining fragments of
clothing off from her but the fire
had sc seriousVy burned the little girl
that medical assistance and the care
ful and watchful nursing was of no
xvail except to relieve the terrible
suffering and agony as best they
could and at five minutes before 11
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This market always keeps a supply of
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In addition to a first class line of Steaks Roasts Dry Salt Meats
Smoked Hams Breakfast Bacon and Vegetables
AtStetteraOld Stand on Main Street VALENTINE NEBRASKA
CLEARING SALE
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oclock p m she passed quietly away
Mr Hershey being at Woodlake was
wired immediately after the child
was burned and came up on the mid
night passenger but arrived too late
to see his daughter alive Mrs Her
shey bore up with wonderful endur
ance until further help to the little
one was passed and when she- recog
nized that the dear one breathed no
more lost consciousness and so re
mained until Monday The funeral
took place Sunday afternoon services
being conducted at the house by Rev
Oastler A large number of friends
assembled to pay their last tribute to
the departed one Mr and Mrs
Hershey and Grandfather Hershey
have the sympathy of everyone in
their sad bereavement
Words fail to describe the sorrow
that the family feels over the death
of little Grace and more especially
because of the manner of the afflic
tion as they lost their only son four
years ago by his falling into a tub of
hot water and by the death of another
child a little over oneyear ago by
sickness their sorrow is made unus
ually great
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