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Valentine Democrat. (Valentine, Neb.) 1900-1930, June 07, 1900, Image 1

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Why People Bit y Here
Not because tliey like us any better think 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 a fair profit but sell cheap be
cause this business is organized on lines that enable
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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
GROCERIES
HATS and CAPS
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Wall tents wagon covers wagon bows gasoline stoves
poultry netting screen doors and screening lawn mow
ers rubber hose hammocks picture frames room
moulding window shades etc
Call on me and get Prices when in need of anything in my line
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Fence posts at Farnhams 20 tf I
Miss Maggie Kibler has gone east
Uncle Jimmy Collins is again in
town
Hiram Cornell has gone back east
on a visit
Fuinished room to rent by J S Es
tabrook
C H Cornell went to Deadwood
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Dr SeymourE3Te Specialist is com
ing 17 tf
G H Q Smith Kalsominer house
and carriage painter 16 tf
Wm Erickson Pullman was in
town Tuesday on business
Another operator at the depot
We didnt learn his name
There was a social hop at the old
school house Monday evening
Dan Ludwig has gone to Hot
Springs to recuperate his health
Lawrence Johnson is again in town
after being away for several months
See the ladies slippers at Farn
hams 20 tf
J H Quigley has gone out to super
intend the putting down of a well on
his ranch
Clint Anderson came in from his
ranch at Codv Tuesday leaving Wed
nesday morning for the east
R Anderson has some nice ham
mocks that 3ro should see when you
I C Stotts of Cody was in town
on Tuesday and Wednesday of this
week and called at the Democrat
-office
Efner Sherman will sell jtou any
thing in the line of harness and sad-
y
A nohby pair of pants light colors
or dark from 90c to 600 at D Stin
ards 16
County Treasurer Thackrey and
wife went out to the formers claim
on Marsh Lnke Tuesday afternoon
to be gone for a week
Mr Main who formerly was an op
erator here is in town selling medical
books He is nearly blind now and
uses a cane in walking about
Dr Seymour will be here about
June 1st Watch this paper for ex
act date 17 tf
Last week in describing the mem
orial services at the Post we said
that a volley was fired over the grave
of Col Wood It should have read
Capt Halleran
Rev Cumbow of the M E Church
and Rev Addis of Long Pine ex
changed pulpits last Sundays The
congregation was much pleased to
see Rev Addis again
Our postmaster D E Sherman and
Harry Hilsinger started Monday
night for Hot Springs Elsie Sher
man is assisting in the postoffice dur
ing the absence of her father
We deliver groceries as well as feed
to any part of town
W A Pettycrew
If the predisposition to worms in
children is not cured they may be
come emaciated weakly and in dan
ger of convulsions Whites Cream
Vermifuge is the most successful and
popular remedy Price 25c Quigley
Chapman
Last week for sports Valentine
showed up to advantage A footrace
for soda water and a wrestling con
test for treats and to the victors be
long the spoils Our town is sporty
and a race or wrestling match can be
had any time for the asking
Samuel Bennett of Deadwood is
here visiting friends for the past
two weeks Mr Bennett was a mem
ber of the Eighth infantry at the
Post from 1887 to 93 and later made
his home here for a year and a half
He can relate a great many amusinp
incidents that happened while he was
soldiering here
I N Russell of Newton was in town
Tuesday straightening up postoffice
affairs for his office which was burned
some time ago Mr Russell is living
in his sons house until after the re
turn of his son George and family and
Mrs Russell from the southern part
cf the state when he will probably
move into the Harnan place which he
bought some time ago
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Court adjourned last Saturday till
June 11
Woodruff Ball came in from the
ranch Tuesday
Ice cream and strawberries served
at Mrs Cavenys
Eli Valentine of Woodlake was in
town last Friday
Got a cow to sell You can get
goods for it at Farnhams 20 tf
Born To O W Morey and wife
a daughter Friday night May 25
For Sale An Epworth organ nearly
new Inquire of O W Morey 20 tf
R K Jiainsford of Nenzel was in
our city Friday and Saturday of last
week
F C Duerfeldt offers a reward in
his brand ad and pays up for one year
in advance
Two new brands are this week add
ed Mills Bros of Merriman and G
W Beamer of Irwin
A few high grade Shorthorn- and
white faced bulls for sale Amos
Strong Valentine Nebr 17 tf
For relief and comfort in asthma
Ballards Horehound Syrup has no
equal Price 25 and 50c Quigley
Chapman
There were lots of funny sayings
among the funny men but we re
frain from acting as a traitor to
the craft by alluding to them
The Editor has notes for Mr A M
Bixbys lecture at Gordon and fully
intended to give it in this paper but
time and space -permit not at this
time
Rev BazelHunt brought in the as
sessors book from Eli precinct Mon
dav His wife and two little boys
came along with him as far as Nenzel
to visit until- his return
Hardly a day passes in families
where there are children in which
Ballards Snow Liniment is not need
ed It auickly cures cuts wounds
bruises burns and scalds Price 25
and 50c Quigley Chapman
Ed Mullis has gone back to Hay
Springs but stopped off at Gordon
Ed and Lauren Jones the poet are
going to start a restaurant down on
the B M RR A strong team
We wish these gentlemen success
Special excursion to Hot Springs
S D Tuesdays May 1st and 15th
and Tuesda3Ts June loth and 29th for
one fare plus 200 for the round trip
good returning 30 days from date of
sale J C Northrop Agent
G W Beamer puts his brand in
this issue of the paper and otherwise
offers his encouragement and most
hearty support Mr Beamer now has
a ranch of 12 quarter sections extend
ing from his home place to the Nio
braia
Valentine is taking on metro
politan airs One of our prom
inent citizens after rusticating
out west awhile inadvertantly blew
out the gas before retiring and came
near asphyxiating himself and an
other prominent citizen
Mrs J Farnhamt and son Era of
Newton are in- town visiting with our
popular young merchant C J Farn
ham Era was hurt by a horse falling
on him three years ago and has been
unable to walk since and is in town
for the purpose of taking treatment
from Dr Lewis
The Huebner Settle Theatrical
Company plajed a two nights en
gagement in Cornell Hall Fridav
and Saturday last Faust was the
bill for the first night and the much
talked of Sapho held the boards
Saturday evening This company is
away above the average and gives a
good clean and finished perform
ance The specialties by the two
juvenile performers caught -the
house
We met our good old Democratic
friends G W and William Beamer
at Gordon and had a good long talk
over the bright prospects for Bryan
this year Mrs Beamer was also in
attendance at the editorial meeting
of thefunny men Mrs Beamer is a
good writer and our readers will be
glad to hear from her through the
columns of the Democrat if she can
be prevailed upon to write for us
William Beamer is attending closely
to his ranch business and we predict
for him the success that a hard work
ing man deserves But one thing yet
lackest thou Billy but you are on
the right trail
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In addition to a first class line of -Steaks Boasts Dry Salt Meata
Smoked Hams Breakfast Bacon and Vegetables
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H L Frederick the man in charge
of the skimming station at this place
ijoes back to his home at Villisca la
leaving- the plant in charge of A C
Salmon who understands the business
thoroughly having had experience
Mr Salmon is well known here and
will no doubt give excellent satisfac
tion
P W Pruden brought in the asses
sors returns from Merriman precinct
Monda having the honor to ride
down on the same train with the edi
tor of the Democrat and eat dinner
at the same table The Democrat
wants it distinctly understood at the
hotel where Mr Pruden stops that he
is to have pie cake and chicken and
the editor dont care how much he
eats either 3Ir Pruden wished the
editor success Ali the good things
for those who say good things for the
Democrat
Dr Compton Tiad a call Friday to
attend Ab Porch up on White River
100 miles northwest from town who
had been hurt by his horse falling on
him while roping a cow The acci
dent occurred Wednesday morning
and Mr Porch lay in an unconscious
condition until Sunday morning Dr
Compton says that the fall resulted
in concussion of the brain The doc
tor stayed with his patient until he
was able to sit up and left him on a
fair way to recovery The skill of
our physicians has saved several men
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ELI PRECINCT
A fine rain struck this part of the
county Sunday evening
Mrs Sawyer of Rushville came last
week to see her daughter Mrs J E
Selder
Mrs Adaline Selder returned from
Hot Springs South Dakota the first
of the week
Mrs Sceofield of Bethany Mo is
visiting her daughter Mrs W D
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F R Yanish and family went to
Gordon Monday
The basket meeting in the Sullivan
Grove last Sunday was attended by- a
good sized crowd There will be a
Fourth of July Celebration at the
same place
Mrs Kenton McNamee of Georgia
is visiting her parents Rev Hunt
and wife
Walter Lyons of Lavaca was down
to the meeting Sunday
Frank Jones east of Eli com
menced putting up hav Monday
Frank evidently believes in the old
saying The early worm catches
the bird after studying on the last
sentence Mr Editor we believe that
we have the cart before the horse
Sandy
Old papers for sale at this office
Ask for our pi ices on job work
Straw Hats
Call on D Stinard for a straw- hit
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