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Valentine Democrat. (Valentine, Neb.) 1900-1930, July 26, 1900, Image 1

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ENERAL HARDWARE
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This is not news to our customers They
know that we lead in showing the best assortment
of seasonable dry goods at popular prices But
there are a few people who do not know it or at
least they seem not to know it for they continue
to buy where assortments are smaller and prices
higher We venture to say that no store in this
county offers better values Every article has its
merits and will bear the closest scrutiny
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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 UMnoir the
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IN NORTHWEST NEBRASKA
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Valentine Nebraska
A General Banking Bnsiness Transacted
Bays and Sells Domestic and Foreign Exchange
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We Can Satisfy You in Ouality Price and Workmanship
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Wm Story of
Clarence
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streets Tuesday
Miss Ora Shepherd
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Jno Sitser went to Woodlake Wed
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Alex Dobson was in town Tuesday
on business
milch cow for sale
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returned to
Rosebud Tuesday
We deliver groceries as well as feed
to any part of town
W A Pettycrew
John Mathieson will give us the
weather reports in the absence of Mr
Beahan
Billy Barker agency clerk at Rose
bud is renewing old acquaintances
here this week
I M Rice wrote 12600 insurance
last week and it wasnt a good week
for insurance men either
Wm Ballard was in town Monday
and says that it is going to be quite
wet in the valleys for hay making
There will be an ice cream social at
Harmony School house Saturday Eve
ning at 8 oclock Everybodyinvited
Wm E Efnei is having a well
drilled inthe rear of his residence on
Main street Massingale is doing the
job
The patrons of the Palace saloon
were treated to some fine music this
week furnished by a traveling musi
cian and his wife
John Pylman who has been under
Dr Lewis care at the Citr Bote
for the past week returned to the
ranch of the 21 Cattle Co
There was a large crowd in town
last week on Friday to witness the
races and Fourth of July fireworks
but the boys didnt get out
It is reported that a Van Buren
boy from Kilgore was found -dead on
the railroad track at Longpine
Tuesday eyening presumably run
over by the cars
The railroad fare from Valentine
-to Long Pine during the Chautauqua
will be one fare for the round trip
Tickets good August 2 to o inclusive
H W Learn Secy
The sidewalk between Cherry Coun
ty Bank and the depot is undergoing
repairs this week New hitching
racks have been provided in various
places and in several ways our city is
being improved
Those who live on farms are liable
to many accidental cuts burns and
bruises which heal rapidly when Bal
lards Snow Liniment is promptly ap
plied Price 25 and 50c Quigley
Chapman druggists
A K Kuskie and Rev Hudspeth
captured a fine specimen of the great
American eagle and brought it to
town Monday It is about the size
of a turkey and is six weeks old It
is on exhibition at the City Hotel
F E Brown wife and two children
arrived in our city Wednesday on
a visit to Mrs Browns brothers
and
Judge
Walcott Mr
Brown is a successful merchant of
Lewiston this state They leave for
home tomorrow
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
Dr Holsclaw now spends a part of
his time at Merriman where he is in
terested in a drug store with H
Green Last week their stock arrived
and they were very busy taking care
of it and putting it on the shelves
We wish the new firm success
Wes Massingale has a badly smash
ed hand caused by a 4x4 timber falling
upon it He had a narrow escape
from death as the heavy timber fell
from a height of 16 feet and if it
struck him on the head would have
crushed his skull like an eig shell
West Bound Excursions
Tickets on sale June 2lst 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 SpringsPueblo and
Glenwood Colo Salt Lake City and
Ogden Utah at one fare plus 200
for round trip Final limit of all
tickets October 31st 1900 Call on
nearest ticket agent of F E MrV
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THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT
VOLUME XV
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We are Demonstrating the
Leadership of this Store
Every Day Now
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A new platform is being laid around
the depot this week
See the ladies slippers at Farn
hams 20 tf
The county commissioners checked
up the county treasurer this week
Jake Stetter went to Omaha on
Wednesday with four cars of stock
Martin Welch inserts an ad this
week calling attention to his business
Creamery Prices paid for butter
and eggs in cash Crabb Co 20 tf
Born To Mr and Mrs Chas Betts
late of Simeon a baby girl Wednes
day
A marriage license was issuedTues
dav to William Brannigan and Eva
Sisler
For Sale An Epworth organ nearly
new Inquire of O W Morey 20 tf
W C Curtis Debells head clerk at
Rosebud spent Saturday and Sunday
in town returning home on Monday
J A Hooten moved out of the old
school building on Main street Mon
day of this
house
week to the Abe White
Harry Tucker returned from Hot
Springs S D Wednesday morning
where he has been recuperating for
the past two weeks
Weather Observer Beahan depart
ed for Chicago last Saturday for a
visit with his family He expects to
be absent for a month
Martin Morrissey brother of our
county attorney A M Morrissey is
in town this week superintending the
walling of the railroad companys
new well
Ed Satterlee came down yesterday
to do business with our townsmen but
as he is doing a good business at home
he returned on the morning freight
to Nenzel
Our road overseer has been very
busy the last two weeks grading up
the streets of Valentine and hammer
ing up rock Our streets are now in
very fair condition and with reason
able care can be kept so
J H Quigley returned from the
national and state conventions last
week having stopped in Lincoln
awhile on business connected with the
State Brand Commission Monday
he went up to his ranch for a few days
to look after his stock interests
Flora Clarkson the little daughter
of Will Clarkson fell off a spring
wagon Tuesday while playing and
broke her arm Dr Holsclaw set the
broken member and the little one is
doing fairly well Flora has the sym
pathy of every one and it is hoped
that she will speedily recover the use
of her arm which is yery painful at
the present time and will be for a few
days
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
man druggists
C H Dietrich the Republican can
didate for governor came -up f i om
the east on the afternoon freight
Tuesdav and stopped off until the r
next train going back He seemed
to have an unlimited supply of his
buttons and now the boys can wear
buttons The old men wear them
the dogs have them on their collars
and Fred Millers greys sport them
loyally
For Cattle Stealing
E D Cohotathe Chinese ex soldier
who has made his home between this
city and Fort Niobrara near the
bridge was arrested and taken before
Judge Towne last week on the charge
of stealing cattle He was bound
over to the District court and in lieu
of bond for appearance he is in the
custody of the sheriff Judge Tucker
and son John M Tucker will defend
the case and County Attorney Mor
rissey will conduct the prosecution
Mr Cohota has served 30 years in
the United States army and has been
on the retired list for some time
Nearly two years ago his wife died
leaving him with a family of small
children the youngest being an in
fant which was taken to the Orphans
home where it died shortly afterward
Two more are in the Orphanage arid
two are in the family of Charles
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In addition to a first class line of Steaks Koasts Dry Salt Meati
Smoked Hams Breakfast Bacon and Vegetables
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Oar stock of Spring Dress Goods is now complete
and the ladies will take especial delight in examining
our beautiful lines We have
The Swellest Assortment
ever brought to Crookston and it will be absolutely
impossible for you to find prices any lower else where
Don t Forget
us when you want Groceries bhoes Clothing or
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The Jiest Itemed u for Stomach and
Jiowel 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
hGa 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 jSo family should be without it
I keep it in my house at all times For
sale by Quigley Chapman 2
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goods f or it at Farnhaufs
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There has been an abundance of
rain since the 4th of July and crops
of ail kinds are doing- well The
range is good the cattle are fat the
young stock is growing and the far
mers stay at home as much as pos
sible to keep the weeds down and al-
low the corn to grow Quite different
from last year when the pastures
were dry enough to burn The people
who left Cherry county last year are
now wishing they were back
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