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Valentine Democrat. (Valentine, Neb.) 1900-1930, July 05, 1900, Image 1

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Not because they like tis 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 askshigh prices makes more money than
we do We make a fair profit but sell cheap be
cause this business is organised 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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TALK OF THE TOWN
James Skirving of Brownlee an
old time Democrat was a delegate to
the County convention Saturday
Judge Tucker and Col Towle went
up to Crawford Sunday to talk to the
people of war times at the Reunion
Ice cream was a scarcity in Valen
tine on the 3rd of July and as the
day was warm we noticed the lack of
it
Clarence Carson the blacksmith
of Crookston was helping to mould
the political complexion of our coun
try Saturday
Mr Bradford a day school teacher
of Rosebudhas been appointed super
intendent of the boarding school at
Leach Lake Minn
Wednesday evening the Industrial
school on the Agency delivered a pro
gram which was well carried out as
closing exercises of the term
Dick Zelian and wife came back to
Valentine to spend a months vaca
tion from work at the Agency - Mr
Zelian has been reemployed
U OBrien came in Tuesday morn
ing from Hot Springs much improved
in health and speaks of the wonder
ful cures of all diseases at that place
A P Madson and Ira Johnson were
delegates from Lavaca precinct Sat
urday Mr Madson was nominated
for Commissioner of the Third Dis
trict
H Murphy of Brownlee was a del
egateto the convention Saturday
and stayed over Sunday resting up
and getting better acquainted with
our people
Is your liyer tired Does it fail to
do its dut3T If so dont neglect its
call for help A few doses of Herbine
may save you a spell of sickness
Herbine is the only perfect liver med
icine It cures chills and fever
Price 50c Quigley Chapman
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John Adamson was in town Tues
day
The Summer School is progressing
nicely
Chas Linebrink is on our streets
this week
Hon Frank Rothleutner was in
town Saturday
Wm Gillaspie came to town to cel
ebrate this week
Ed an Bert Pike were in from
Crooksjton Saturday
S Ellis was in town Saturday at
tending the convention
M G Hopkins is a familiar figure
on our streets this week
J R Lee was in attending the Pop
ulist convention Saturday
Miss Mable Fike is visiting with
Miss Inez Pettycrew this week
G H Q Smith Kalsominer house
and carriage painter 16 tf
John Foster drove in from his farm
down the river Monday with produce
C A Lovejoy and son were in Mon
day attending to some business mat
ters
See the ladies slippers at Farn
hams 20 tf
Harry Folks came down Tuesday
from Rosebud to celebrate in Val
entine
Farnham has a good fireproof safe
for sale A bargain
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Jacob Groves was up from Wood
Lake Saturday attending the con
vention
G A Chapman made a trip to j
Oamha last week returning Satur
day evening
We deliver groceries as well as feed
to any part of town
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John Fritz formerly of Brownlee
now of Ains worth was in town Friday
and Saturday
Our hotels are doing all they can
to accomodate the people who come
in to celebrate
Francis McDermott and 3Iiss Fan
nie Dalv went to Rosebud to spend
the Fourth of July
M G Hopkins came in Saturday
evening from the Agency to get a
whiff of Valentine air
Wm Klingaman was a delegate to
the county convention His son
Harry was also in town
Miss Lena Fike came up from
Newport and is spending a short
time with Miss Lucille Stinard
Fence posts at Farnhams 20 tf
Got a cow to sell You can get
goods for it at Farnhams 20 tf
ForSale An Epworth organ nearly
new Inquire of O W Morey 20 tf
Miss Fannie Swartz and Mr Ed
Calkins were married at the home of
Mrs Satterlee in Cody June 27
The Democrat wishes them success
and bappiness
Fire poppers galore fingers scorch
ed and burning but it pleases the
boys and annoys the women yet it is
a part of our grand Fourth of July
celebration
Whites Cream Vermifuge not only
effectually expels worms but is un
equaled as a tonic and is a certain
and permanent cure for chills and fe
ver in children Price 25c Quigley
Chapman druggist
Her from Cork is visiting in
townthis week and Hop is enjoying
the coolness of the breezes by giving
free circulation of the atmosphere
around the cranial nerves and la
menting the shortage in the ice
cream supply
Some very nice potatoes were
brought in from the farms around
town There are no better potatoes
than those raised in these parts
We also have all kinds of vegetables
here and people are living high on
the fat of the land
Jas H Quigley left Monday
morning for the national convention
at Kansas City expecting to be gone
until after the state convention at
Lincoln on the 11th There will be a
grand reception given in Lincoln to
W J Bryan on the 10th of July
which will be participated in by Mr
Quigley and others from Valentine
What among human ills are more
annoying than piles The afflictions
that prevent active exercise are bad
enough but one that makes even rest
miserable is worse Women are
among its greatest martyrs Tablers
Buckeye Pile Ointment will cure the
most obstinate cases Prices 50 cts
-in bottle tabes 75c Quigley Chap
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Notice
Everybody taking water from the
city water works is requested to call
and settle to July 1st before July 10
The next payment will be October
1st By order of Citv Council
West Bound Excursions
Tickets on sale June 21st July 7 8
9 10 and 18th and August 2 1900 to
Deadwood Hot Springs and Rapid
City S D and Casper Wyo and
Denver Colorado Springs Pueblo and
Glen wood Colo Salt LakeGCity and
Ogden Utah atone fare plus 200
for round trip Final limit of all
tickets October 31st 1900 Call on
nearest ticket agent of F E M V
Ry lor further information
25 Cents to 1901
That big state paper The Semi
Weekly State Journal will be mailed
from now until January 1 1901 for 25
cents This is the biggest offer of
reading matter ever made in the west
and is done for the sole purpose of in
troducing the paper to thousands of
new homes Heres your chance to
get an up to date reliable state pa
per for a mere song Send in your
quarter and youll get the paper all
through the remainder of this Tear
Address The State Journal at Lin
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PENBROOK PARAGRAPHS
Another local shower this week
Wanted at Penbrook A dentist to
work on the teeth of the wind
Chester Grooms has been on the
sicK list this week but Junder the ef
ficient care of Dr Dwyer be is im
proving rapidly
Sam Small and wife started last
week for York Nebr where they
spent the 4th
We understand that Mr and Mrs
Jake Swim have taken a new boarder
for 21 years All well
Mrs Rebecca Hutchison returned
last week from Buffalo county
Miss Minnie Hornback visited with
C P Hamars several days week be
fore last Porcupine
It Saved His Ley
P A- Danforth of LaGrange Ga
suffered for six months with a frightful
running sore on his leg but writes that
ljucklens Arnica Salve wholly cured it
infive days For ulcers wounds piles
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This market always keeps a supply of
FRESH - FRUIT - AND
In addition to a first class line of Steaks Eoasts Dip Salt Meata
Smoked Hams Breakfast Bacon and Vegetables
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Monthly Meteorological Summary
U S Department of Agriculture
Weather Bureau J
Valentine Nebr JuneJ 1900
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TEMFEItATUKE s
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Date acterof
Max Min Mean day
1 C9 52 I 60 03 PtCIdy
2 75 4S G2 0 Pt Cldy
3 S8 00 74 T Clear
4 77 58 I G8 4P Cloudy
5 8G 57 j 72 02 1tCldy
G 83 01 1 72 0 Clear
7 78 55 G6 0 Clear
8 87 44 GG 0 PtCldy
9 75 G5 70 0 PtCIdy
10 74 47 GO 12 Clear
11 80 57 OS 0 PtCldy
12 s5 53 G9 0 Clear
13 77 4ii 03 0 PtCldy
14 S3 GO 72 0 PtCldy
15 77 50 G3 07 Cloudy
1G 78 - 55 GG 02 Clear
17 74 5G G5 0 Cloudy
18 S3 CO 72 0 Cloudy
19 88 GO 74 18 Pt CIdy
20 95 64 SO 0 1tCldy
2 94 640 0 Clear
22 S t 60 74 0 Clear
23 85 5S 72 0 PtClriv
24 SO 62 76 0 Clear
25 97 G2 P0 0 Clear
20 98 G2 80 0 Clear
27 80 5S 72- 25 Clear
23 SG 59 72 00 Clottdv
20 SO 57 08 0 PtCIdy
30 102 57 SO 0 Clear
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Mean atmospheric pressure 298G
Highest pressure 3010 on the 2d
Lowest pressure 2949 on the 30th
Mean temperature 71 Highest temperature
102 on the 30th Lowest terapsrature 44 ou the-
8th Greatest dally range of temperature 45
on the 30th Lciat daily range of temperature
11 on the 9th
Mean temperature for this month in 1SS9 CO
1S00 GO 1891 G4 189264 1893 701894 70 1895
C3 1896 G8 1897 05 1898 G8 1899 07 1900 71
Mean temperature for this month for 12 years
G7 Average excess of daily mean temp during
month 4 Accumulated excess of daily mean
temp since Jau 1 6S2 Average daily excess
since Jan 137 Prevailing direction of wind
S Total movement of wind 8131 miles
Maximum velocity of wind direction and date
Total precipitation 124 inches Number of
days with 01 inch or more of precipitation 9
Total precipitation in inches forthis month
in 18S9 299 1890 309 1891 630 1892 42 1893
439 1894 230 1895 253 1890 448 1S97 LG3
1898211 1899 2G9 1900 124
Average precipitation for this month for 12
years 319 inches Total deficiency in precipita
tion during month 195 inches Total precipita
tion from September 1 1S99 to date 950 inches
Averace precipitation from September 1 to
date 1431 inches Total deficiency from Septem
ber 1 1899 to date475 inches Average precip
itation for 10 wet seasons 1480 inches Number
of clear daysl3 partly cloudy days 12 cloudy
days 5
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FKANK b beaiian
Observer Weather Bureau
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remrve the obstruction with Dr Drnmmonds
Lightning Remedy Seud 3 to Drummond
Medicine Co New York and they will send
you two large bottles by express enough for a
months treatment with full special directions
Agents wanted
Dont let 3our insurance expire
Call on I M Hice to write it up in
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