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Valentine Democrat. (Valentine, Neb.) 1900-1930, May 24, 1900, Image 1

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Why People Buy Here
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Not because they like us any better think we are
handsomer or more entertaining than other mer
chants but because we give better value than other
local coucerns We do not claim that the mer
chant who asks high prices makes more money than
we do We make a 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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Valentine Nebraska
A General Hanking Easiness Transacted
Bays and Sells Domestic and Foreign Exchange
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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 we have them
the best kind Garden Tools Screen Doors Wire
Cloth Pumps Pipes and Fittings Iron Beds Springs
Mattresses Uabv Carriages Ice Cream Freezers 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
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Notwithstanding the advance in cost but in order to reduce and consolidate the two stocks
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Fui nished room to rent by J S Es
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SeymourE3Te Specialist is com-
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Mr and Mrs Harris have gone out
to Simeon to spend the summer
Rev Oastler is holding services at
the Fort on Wednesday evenings
Memorial services at the M E
church by the G A R next Sunday
Serge suits in endless
Stinards
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Saturday to visit
variety at
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Rosebud came in
with his folks here
Miss Nellie Bullis was helping Mrs
F T Prawitz last week during the
rush
G H Q Smith Kalsominer house
and carriage painter 16 tf
Charles Sherman and Polen
are acting deputy sheriffs during
court
Call and examine Stinards spring
line of clothing hats etc 13 tt
Clarence Sageser the tonsorial ar
tist is acting deputy clerk of District
court this week
Daniel Truax the liveryman of
Cody paid us a nice visit while at
tending court this week
A nobby pair of pants light colors
or dark from 90c to 600 at D Stin
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To the Ladies If vou will save vour
rags for me 1 will pay you the highest
price for them John D Sitser 15it
Miss Chappell left last Saturday
for her home in Lincoln and will
teach in the Pawnee City schools as
principal We wish Miss Chappell
the success she deserves
Clarence Cutcomb a prosperous
stockman from south of Cody pays
up for a year in advance showing his
good will and appreciation for a news
paper that gives the news Mr Cut
comb is manager for George Heyne
of Hooper
Why send off when
goods cheaper at home
the Clothier
you can buy
SeeStinard
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Miss Hill has tendered her resigna
tion as teacher in our school and left
Wednesday morniny for her home
She will teach in the North Bend city
school as assistant principal Miss
Hill will be nearer home in that town
and while our school will miss her we
wish her success where she goes
Dr Seymour will be here about
June 1st Watch this paper for ex
act date 17 tf
Messrs Caleb and Geo J Gaskill
called and squared up with the Stan
dard Tuesday and ordered the pa
per sent to their address at Valen
tine They recently sold their home
place in Grant precinct to Mart Hen
derson and expected to start for their
new home near Valentine yesterday
Rushville Standard
We deliver groceries as well as feed
to any part of town
W A Pettycrew
Little Frank Hanson who has been
sick at the home of R Anderson is
fast improving in health now and has
kept a record of the friends who vis
ited him during his sickness His
mother has been staying with him
during his sickness and R Hanson
his father has been a constant and
anxious visitor while between times
he has cared for the stock out on his
ranch near Simeon
For whooping cough asthma bron
chitis or consumption no medicine
equals Ballards Horehound Syrup
Price 25 and 50c Quigley Chap
man
There are several attorneys in at
tendance at court this week Among
them are the following from abroad
Messrs Fisher Jackson Wood Scat
tergood Alder and Kinkaid Also
our local attorneys Messrs Morris
sey Walcott Clark J W John and
H O Tucker With this force on
hand it seems that there will be no
lack of talent exhibited and we look
for an interesting time There will
also be other attorneys
court
here during
Many a fair young child whose 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
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Subscribe for The Democrat
Ask for our pi ices on job work
Meals 25 cts at Mrs Cavanys sec
ond door north of Postofflce 15
C H Cornell is suffering from a sty
in his eye but is getting some better
9 Miss Cora Thackreys school in the
Cramer district closes Friday night
with an entertainment
Frank Thorn is helping in the coun
ty treasurers office during the sick
ness of the county treasurer J E
Thackrey
Board by
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or week at Mrs
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George Reinert is bade to Valen
tine where he expects to make his
home for the present He is working
on the Rosebud road
MissLillie Collett rode in horseback
from the Beed district 20 miles west
of town to spend Saturday and Suu
day with her folks
A few high grade Shorthorn and
white faced bulls for sale Amos
Strong Valentine Nebr 17 tf
A crowd of 3 oung people went out
to visit Mrs Dot Monday evening
Thev did not report but we suppose
they had a good time
A joke is reported out in the Ger
man settlement on a calf weaner and
for further particulars inquire of
John lilelshaw or G M Troffer
The quartet has been requested to
assist with the singing at the Post for
the religious services conducted by
J Rev Oastler on Wednesday evenings
Court will be in session for the next
two weeks or more during which time
Valentine will be crowded with peo
ple from different parts of the coun
ty
Rev Cuinbow will preach a memor
ial sermon next Sunday at the M E
Church for the old soldiers and their
11 oclock am You are
Daniel J Drebert special agent of
the German Mutual Insurance Com
pany of Omahu was in town Satur
days and Sunday visiting the local
agent I M Rice
FOP SALE Two spans of mules
6 and 7 years old well broken weigh
about 1000 pounds each I will sell
cheap for cash My place is nine
miles northeast of Valentine F W
MUMFORD 18 4t
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
A great many people are saying
words of encouragement to the editor
and some are paying up subscriptions
in adyance thus helping us to put out
a better paper than we could other
wise do as it takes money as well as
brains to run a paper
Court opened Monday morning with
Judge Westover in the chair The
judge is apparently in the best of
health and master of the situation
giving his decisions prompt firmly
and conclusively upon technical
points brought up at different times
Should you wish to improve the
quality of your bread use the Cele
brated Yeast Foam Nothing like it
for producing a light sweet nutri
tious loaf of bread It will retain its
moisture and nutty flavor longer than
bread raised with any other yeast
put upon the market Try it
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 willhelp digest what 3ou
eat and giveyou the clear bright
beautiful skin of health Price 50
and 75 cts Quigley Chapman
The graduating exercises were well
attended last Friday night the M E
Church being crowded At8oclock
the choir opened by singing Rev
Cumbow led in prayer and after
another Song the lecture was deliv
ered bv Prof Frank M Chaffee of
Lincoln r who seemed to understand
the subiect he had chosen Everyone
appeared to enjoy the lecture as it
contained food thoughts and showed
careful preparation
Straw Hats
Call on D Stinard for a straw hat
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Extract of Friday Nights Lecture
Prof Frank M Chaffee delivered
the lecture at the M E church last
Friday evening for the graduating
exercises his subject being What
are Some of the Requisites of
Speech One of the first was con
fidence in ones self which can onlv
be attained by a knowledge of the
subject Second a knowledge of
words and of grammatical piinciples
giving the proper construction to a
sentence expressing the meaning in
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MEAT - MARKET
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This market always keeps a supply of
HIT - AND GAME
In addition to a first class line of Steaks Eoasts Dry Salt Meati
Smoked Hams Breakfast Bacon and Vegetables
Lt Stetters Old Stand on Main Street VALENTINE NEBRASKA
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combine the talent and tact which
are most necessary to every conver
sationalist or speaker
A good listener was admired be
cause such unbounded sympathy must
exist as to allow the tales of woegos
sip and scandal to be related while
the listener endures forbears and
sympathizes apparently becoming
much engrossed
Good temper is one of the essential
elements of a listener or conversa
tionalist as also kindness and cheer
fulness
Garden seeds in bulk at Farnhams
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Decoration Day May 30th 1900
All G A R men and all soldiers
whether they belong to the G A R
or not all soldiers of the late war
with Spain and soldiers of any war
with -their families and friends are
invited and requested to meet at Cor
nells Hall at 1 oclock sharp on Mav
30th 1900 when the following pro
gram will be rendered
Music by the Young Ladies Brass
Band
Song
Prayer by the Rev Cumbow -
Oration by A L Towle
March in carriages to the cemetery
where the old soldiers graves
will be decorated with flowers
by committee of little girls
EVENING- EXERCISES
Ice cream and cake social at Cornell
hall commencing at 7 oclock for
benefit of the G A R
Music by Band during the evening
Come everybody and let us have a
good time
Committee
Mrs S Morey and MrsTowle called
at the editors office this week to call
attention to a program of the WC
T U meeting at the homeof Mrs
Anderson on Cherry street

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