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Valentine Democrat. (Valentine, Neb.) 1900-1930, July 12, 1900, Image 1

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One dont Lave to look far for the reason
either We are busy because we offer people in
ducements to spend their money with us It is
and always has been our policy to do business
even if it were necessary to giveour customers a
good share of the profits
The prices we are quoting on desirable goods
below are an object lesson in this respect Cer
tainly no local merchant or city dealer either will
sell those goods at our prices
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GENERAL HARDWARE
Wall tents wagon covers wagon bows gasoline stoves
poultry netting screen doors and screening lawn mow
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moulding window shades etc
Call on me and get Prices when in need of anything in my line
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Is continually adding improvements and it is now the
best equipped and most comfortable
FIRST CLASS MODERN HOTEL
IN NORTHWEST NEBRASKA
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Valentine Nebraska
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THE VALENTINE
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G H Q Smith Kalsominer house
and carriage painter 16 tf
Ira Richardson was up from Perch
on the Fourth
Creamery Prices paid for butter
and eggs in cash Crabb Co 20 tf
Jim Gillaspie is in town this week
talking to friends and old acquaint
ances
Jas Galloway came off the Reser
vation to celebrate the Fourth at
Valentine and to rest from his la
bors
Wesley Holsclaw came in from the
Reservation to spend a week at home
with his family and celebrate the
Fonrth
See the - ladies
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slippers at
Will Morgareidge is assuming a
part of the duties of editor during
the absence of I M Rice at the state
convention at Lincoln
Walter S Jackson and bride re
turned from their eastern visit Fri
day night of last week after spend
ing several weeks in their tour
Dean Efner of the Chadron Journal
has gone home He has visited friends
in and around Valentine for some
time and also made us several visits
while here
We deliver groceries as well as feed
to any part of town
W A Pettycrew
Arkansas Bob is in town this week
and says the bridge at Cody on the
Niobrara was washed out during the
Fourth of July J F Hooks mill
also washed out
Albert Nenzel Peter Hoffman
and Robert Schulz drove in from
Nenzel Saturday on school business
returning the same evening Mr
Schulz becomes a readerof the Dem
ocrat from now
For Sale An Epworth organ nearly
new Inquire of O W Morey 20 tf
A M Morrissey Wm E Haleyand
I M Rice left Tuesday morning to
attend the State Convention at Lin
coln F H Baumgartel expects to
go from Crookston accompanied by
his wife
Is your liyer tired Does it fail to
do its duty 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
Wm Riggs and wife and daughter
from Onawa Iowa ars visiting with
Daniel Hubbard on North Table
Mr Riggs has a fine farm of 360
acres near the Missourri River but
having rented it for this year he is
making a tour of the West with a
view to locating on a stock ranch
The following named have enrolled
and taken up the work in our Insti
tute since last week
U G Stevenson
Mrs Norman
Julia Colby
Mary Kief
Frank Thorn
Mrs Chase
Mrs Cramer
Jennie Crowe
Earl Pettycrew
Mary German
Alta Starr
The Teachers Social given Mon
day evening was well attended and a
good time was enjoyed by all An in
teresting program was rendered by
teachers and High School students
after ice cream and cake had been
served Our teachers are among the
best that can be found and to spend
an evening with them makes us
feel we have been made better by be
ing there
What among human ills are more
annoying than piles The afflictions
that prevent active exercise are bad
enough but onethat makes even rest
miserable is - worse Womea are
among its greatest martyrs Tablers
Buckeye Pile Ointment will cure the
most obstinate cases Prices 50 cts
in bottle tabes 7oc Quigley Chap
man druggists
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
Glenwood Colo Salt Lake City 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
Dont let 3rour insurance expire
Call on I M Rice to write it up in
the best state company and at lowest
price
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WEDDING BELLS
Linebrink Rineck Chas Line
brink of Chesterfield Nebr and Miss
Mary Rineck of Fairfield Wis were
united in marriage by Judge Towne
July 8th
They will begin housekeeping on
Mr Linebrinks ranch- near Chester
field
Archer Stillwell Capt Arch
er and Mrs Lillie A Stillwell were
married last Thursday evening at 8
oclock by Rev Cumbow
A crowd of young people went up
to serenade them and came marching
down the street at about 930 oclock
with the captain and Lis bride at the
head of the torchlight procession
After trying to arouse the restaur
ants to get ice cream to no avail the
crowd slowly wended their way Jback
up the street feeling perhaps Jthat
they were the ones who were sere
naded
Harper Mann Harry W Harp
er and Miss Melinda Mann of Valen
tine were united in marriage at the
home of Mr and Mrs Geo Austin
on July 8th 1900
Rev Jas A Johnson officiated
There were about thirtj guests pres
ent
Myron Cogswell and Jessie Bowering
held the places of honor as best man
and lad
A number of nice presents were
given Mr and MrsHarper by friends
Harry had provided an ample re
past of many good things to eat and
all present seemed to have a jolly
good time
Mr and Mrs Harper will leave for
Iowa in a few dars for a two months
wedding tour after which they will
return and make Cherry county their
future home
The good wishesbf all present were
given for a long and happy marriage
Did We Celebrate
Y Valentine celebrated Thous
ands of people were here with new
hats fine dresses and holiday smiles
but all were spoiled when it began to
rain The firepoopers got damp and
wouldnt go The powder washed off
the curls straightened dresses were
bedrabbled smiles gave way to
frowns but it rained right on Some
said What a nice rain Others
said Perfectly awful and Why
couldnt it rain some other time
But it kept right on raining Some
soldier boys got into a mix up but
they soon got over it and went march
ing along the street as unconcerned
as if they didnt know that it was
raining and the water over their shoe
tops but they waded across the
streets wherever it came handy The
program was rendered as published
The parade was grand and well worth
seeing It was equal to any city pa
rade and our townsmen deserve a
great deal of praise for their ingenu
ity and business enterprise Ask
about the different floats and you will
hear their praise from any one who
was present Too bad that more of
our citizens did not participate in this
grandest day for Valentine The
singing was immense the bands play
ed everything but Annie Rooney
and A Hot Time The speaker
Harry O Tucker soared the Ameri
can eagle so high that there was a
demand for water and it came The
people found shelter but some had to
go home and it was still raining so
they took off their hats covered up
with whatever they had to use and
pulled out for home in the most glori
ous rain of this season There was a
total of 302 inches rainfall for thel
4th day of July including a short
sprinkle on the morning of the 5th
and as June was the driest month we
have had for 12 years we were all glad
to see it rain The sports were just
beginning when the rain drove every
one to shelter A dance in Cornell
Hall attracted and entertained many
of the young people Others went to
Hornbys Hall to an Epworth League
social They all come to Valentine
to celebrate rirht
A U Mavfield was in town this
weeK Mr Mavfield who is one of
the brightest newspaper men in the
west conducts the Rips From the
Buzz Saw column in the Omaha
Daily News in which he is winning
fame as a genuine humorist
Will Boyer of Lead S D visited
in our city a few days this week as
the guest of his sisters Mesdames
Sherman and his brother TJ Boyer
He was accompanied by his nephew
Master Joe Burgess Mr Boyer- is
ont of the firm of Boyer Bros mer
chants of Lead City
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VALENTINE NEBRASKA JULY 12 1900
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NEW SPRING DRESS GOODS
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Our stock of Spring Dress Goods is now complete
and the ladies will take especial delight in examining
our beautiful lines We have
wellest Assortment
ever brought to Crookston and it will be absolutely
impossible for you to find prices any lower elsewhere
ont Forget
us when you want Groceries hhoes Clothing or in
fact anything
tyWe sell coal salt and fence posts
ORIGINAL OBERAMMERGAU
PASSION PLAY
Under the management of Dr John
H Scherer and the lectures of the
two professors Jacob Willig and
Chas Brey will be given at Cornell
Hall at Valentine Wednesday July
18th at 8 pm
This is the original Oberammergau
Passion Play copiedfrom the scenery
at Oberammergu Bavaria Germany
from large photographs that were ta
ken for the King of Bavaria which
were afterward subjected to Edisons
science and by him made into living
moving pictures reproducing the
realistic features of the great origi
nal passion play which is the aston
ishment and admiration of the most
learned and cultured people of Europe
and America consisting of 175 pic
tures of the life of Christ his mir
acles sufferings and death together
with pictures of the holy places made
sacred thereby Admission 50c Re
served seats 75c Children 25c
Crowds always attend this play so
secure tickets right away and come
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In addition to a Erst class line of Steaks Boasts Dry Salt Hcsfc
Smoked Hams Breakfast Bacon and Vegetable
At8tetteri Old Stand on Main Street VALENTINE NEBRASKA
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The Best Itemed u for Stomach and
lioicel Troubles
I have been in the drug business for
twenty years and have sold most all of
the proprietary medicines of any note
Among the entire list I have never
found anything to equal Chamberlains
Colic Cholera and Diarhoea Remedy
for all stomach and bowel troubles
says O W Wakefield of Columbus
Ga This remedy cured two severe
cases of cholera morbus in my family
and I have recommended and sold hun
dreds of bottles of it to my customers
to their entire satisfaction It affords
a quick and sure cure in a pleasant
form No family shonld be without it
I keep it in my house at all times For
sale by Quigley Chapman
Ask for our pi ices on job work
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goods for it at Farnhams 20tf
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