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Valentine Democrat. (Valentine, Neb.) 1900-1930, August 02, 1900, Image 1

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We are Demonstrating the
Leadership of this Store
Every Day Now
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4s of seasonable dry gopds at popular prices But
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least they seem not to know it for they continue
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49 higher We venture to say that no store in this
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Call on me and get Prices when in need of anything in my line
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A General Banking Business Transacted
Bays and Sells Domestic and Foreign Exchange
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Farnham has apples
John B Lord was
on our streets
Saturday
Dr Holsclaw went to Merriman
Tuesday morning
A fresh milch cow for safe
Farnham
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Harry Folks
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was down from Rose
bud Sunday
Remember the circus is here Aug r
ust 4th Saturday
Dr Dwyer is expected back home
in the near future 3
W E Haley has built a high board
fence on the south side of his lot
J C Northrop is putting- down a
new sidewalk in front of his residence
F W McGowan of Butte Nebr
spent a few days in our city the past
week
We deliver groceries as well as feed
to any part of town
W A Pettycrew
D M Sears was doing business in
town two or three days during the
past week
Josh Hitt returned from Wisconsin
last week whither he went with a car
load of horses
Bert Hammond went to Kansas
City Monday morning for a couple of
weeks yisit with his mother-
D P Hamer came in from his farm
near Sparks Tuesday and says that
crops in his section are line
Miss Lottie Dorr went up to Crook
ston with Miss Leona Baumgartel
Saturday evening to spend Sunday
Fred Folks -has severed his connec
tion with the Chadron firm he has
been working for and is home again
DWm Taylors boy Jean exploded
some pistol caps in his pocket and
burned his leg severely last Friday
morning
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W H Carter of Cody accompan
ied by his father Henry Carter de
parted for Clayton Illinois last Sun
Dick Zellian returned to Rosebud
accompanied by his wife last Satur
day their months vacation from
duty having expired
We neglected to state in last weeks
issue that Miss Ada Anderson had re
turned from a pleasant visit with rel
atives in Modale Iowa
George Hershey visitedhis wife and
baby at Valentine over Sunday
George says a week is a long time to
be away from home A ins worth Star
Journal
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15 W A Pettycrews
A coal bin at the Fort became ig
nited from spontaneous combustion
last Friday and all the coal had to be
shoveled out This the soldiers done
in quick time
Mrs M J Goodman of Pueblo Col
a sister to Mrs Kneeland left Mon
day night for her home after a visit
of four months Miss Bertha Knee
land accompanies her for an extended
visit
Mr and Mrs McDowell of Iowa
uncle and aunt of Mrs Jas Quigley
are in this town on a visit Mr Mc
Dowell and Mr Quigley went up to
the latters ranch at Cody for a
couple of days this week
Now is the time we live on the fat
of the land The farmers are bring
ing in corn and vegetables -in great
abundance and with due reverence to
Mac we eat until we feel that expan
sion would be
a blessing
TheEpworth League will sell ice
cream and lemonade in the building
formerly used as a restaurant by Mrs
Harris on Saturday next The ob
ject is to free the M E church from
debt and is a worthy one
Sheriff Layporte made a quick trip
to Wayne and back Monday last He
brought back a prisoner Dan Mor
gan who is accused of stealing a
horse from Charles Deaver south of
Cody about May 1st last The sheriff
heard his man was down in that coun
try and wired the sheriff of Wayne to
bejon the lookout with the result
that the Wayne county man captured
Morgan at Carroll and wired Sheriff
Layporte to that effect Morgan
will have a hearing Thursday August
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Monday evening
George N Davis and Geo H Hull
were in town Saturday
Robt McCarty of Gordon came
down Tuesday on busines
W H Kennedy was transacting
business in town Saturday
County Attorney Morrissey went to
Lincoln Monday morning on busi
ness
John Simpsons baby is sick with
cholera infantum Dr Lewis is in
attendance
Mrs Nicholson returned Saturday
afternoon from St Francis Mission
where she visited a few days
Pete Donoher has gone out to Daw
son Balls ranch for a couple of
weeks sport with the cowpunchers
Creamery Prices paid for butter
and eggs in cash Cradb Co 20 tf
A B McAlevy and fm- Steadman
were in town Saturday transferring
land bought from the former to Fad
dis Steadman
Clarence Sageser returned Satur
day from his trip to the JjHills He
reports a good time and everybody
working at good wages up there
Perrv Lawson has had his tonsorial
parlor painted and calcimmed this
week and he has also put down some
new carpet R S Dennis did the
work
Got a cow to sell You
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goods for it at Farnhams 20 tf
Grant Dunns little girl Grace fell
from a horse Sunday evening about 6
oclock and broke her arm tearing
the ligaments loose from the bone
and causing the bone to protrude
through the flesh at the elbow Dr
Lewis set the broken bone
Rev Clarence F Martin and wife
drove infrom Alliance last Friday
noon and will spend a month here vis
iting with their parents after which
they will return west to take up
work in the Chadron district of this
M E conference Ainsworth Her
ald
Governor Poynter has issued notice
to the sheriff of every county in the
state to strictly enforce the game
law Sheriff Layporte requests us to
tell you that he will comply with the
governors notice to the letter and
all offenders will be promptly arrest
ed Therefore beware
R S Dennis went to Gordon Mon
don where he has taken a big job of
painting for Mr Winship of that
place Mr Dennis inserts an ad in
the Democrat this week calling your
attention to his business He is a
workman of the first class and as his
ad announces all of tiis work is well
done
Messrs E J Davenport Frank
Brayton C Sageser E D Clark D
E Sherman F M Walcott and
L L Bivens went up to Codv Monday
night to assist Grand Master O O
Snyder institute an IOOF Lodge
at that place The new lodge will be
known as Cody Lodge No 246 J
Noble is N G and John W Nelson
secretary
We take the following from the
July number of The Omaha Druggist
Dr C V Holsclaw of Valentine
Nebr has formed a partnership with
H Green under the firm name ofH
Green Co and has opened a drug
store at Merriman Nebr purchasing
a complete stock of A W Hallam
with the Richardson Drug Company
Dr Holsclaw came to Omaha and
made a personal selection and bought
as complete a line asxan be found in
any of the towns along the Elkhorn
outside of the larger cities He will
also continue his practice at Valen
tine spending two or three days
each week at Merriman
NOTICE
Sealed bids will be received until
2 oclock August 11 1900 by the un
dersignedfor the erection of a school
house 16x24 feet 10 foot ceiling on
stone foundation in School District
No 53 Tp 31 R 27 Plans and spec
ifications will be found at R Ander
sons hardware store ValentineNeb
and at my place School house to be
completed by September 15 1900
The board reserves the right to re
ject or accept any or all bids
Woodlake Nebr July 30 1900
R HANSEN Director
Dont let your insurance expire
Call on I M Rice to write it up in
the best state company and at lowest
price
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In addition to a first class line of Steaks Eoasts Dry Salt Heate
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NEW SPRING DRESS GOODS
Our 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 elsewhere
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