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Valentine Democrat. (Valentine, Neb.) 1900-1930, March 28, 1901, Image 1

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Tl e BED FEQNT imbiove with age until now its the
most popular trading for the majority of Cherry Co s
shopnertf The reason why tis so easie to explain e
never dissapoint if we can help it wc always give our custo
mers what we advertise our prices for the same quality cf
merchandise are always lower than our neighbor We
dont only say compare prices but we do say compare
quality as well We carry nothing for our customers that
we do not use ourself Our goods are always clesn and
fresh no shelf worn or bankrupt stock and when w adver
tise a -sale we always sell goods lower than the regular
Hence the reason of our phenomenal success and
the household word it pays to trade at the BED FRONT
THE RED FRONT
Leave orders with Frank Fischer or call at Ludwigs old stand
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Is our principal line and ordinarily we are proud of
the fact that we have the largest assortment in Cherry
county but at present we are sorry to say that we -have
TOO BIG A STOCK
Especially of Winter goods owing to mild weather and
in order to reduce it we are making discounts on heavy
goods amounting in some instances to 50 per cent
C II COUXJHLdL President
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See weather
week
report of the past
See the 32o cowboy boo t at Farn
hams 6
161b brown sugar for 100 at Farn
bams 5
Hard wood
Farnbams
fence posts at
Mrs Geo H Hornby
list this week
Several fresh milk
Inquire at this office
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Miss Helen McDonald came down
from Crookston Tuesday
Miss Mary Kief was in from her
school near Sparks Saturday
People stayed at home Sunday
because they didnt want to go
Come and see our 10c counter
6 W A Pettvcrew
A Noble Outcast at Woodlakc
Apr 6 by the Fairview Dramatic Co
Geo W Mounier was dpyvn from
south of Georgia last week and paid
up in advance for the Democrat
A new line of the celebrated Kirk
endall shoes just received at
6 W A Pettycrews
A social time was enjoved by thq
members of the Epworth League in
Mr Hornbys hall Saturday evening
BuT a Woodmanse wind mill guar
anteed for five years all repairs fur
Wished free of charge For sale by
R Anderson 35 tf
A E Fisher S S Mi3sionary of
Box Butte Presbytery is in town this
week atteuding3hu conference of the
Presbytery r
About forty member6f Co H 10th
infantry left Fort Niobrara for oth
er garrisons lastjThursday some go
ing to Arkansas
Full Blood Barred Plymouth Rock
eggs for sale by Mrs R A Marroll
100 for 15 egs Leave orders at
Crabb Cos store 2t
Jas McLaughlin was down from
Crookston Tuesday and informs us
taat Tom Kelley lost six head of cat
tle during the storm
Miss Xellie Dwyer of Omaha and
Mr H Thompson of St Joseph Mo
of the firm of German American
Bank Co were married March 24th
Miss Dwver is a sister of Dr Dwver
Shovel snow is what we did Mon
day Huge excavations were made
in the mountains of snow on the side
walks and in the yards Snow was
banked up ten feet and more in some
places
of this place
John McTlhon arrived here last
week from Colfax Iowa where he
owned a farm but has sold it expect
ing to make Cherrv county his home
for the present with his son-in-law M
Kennedy between here and Crooks
ton
Fred E Whitne3T of Newport come
up last Saturday to work on the DEM
OCRAT Mr Whitney is an expert
job printer and has had considerable
experience in the business in all its
details being at one time manager of
the Long Pine Journal and was edit
or of the Stuart Ledger for a year
Anthony Johnson Black Oddity
Co are booked tons as a first class
companv of people as well as first
ciass artists in singing and dancing
and Mr Dorza the black Nightin
gale in classic selections Johnson
Bros in their musical act Prof O
W Johnson the master of 27 different
instruments and Edwards in Buck
and Wing dance
Last Saturday afternoon a
rain began falling and turned to
large flakes of snow toward evening
The wind began to blow and the
ground was soon covered with snow
but not until shortly after midnight
did the real storm come on which
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J W Burleigh is in town this week
W A Carter of Cody was in town
Tuesdaj
Robert Dyer is down from Rosebud
this week
Yank OBrien spent a part of the
pastweek in town
Robert Good left for Ainswortli last
Saturday afternoon
JE Cochran spent part of the
past week in Valentine
A Yearnshaw came up from
Clearwater last Saturday
Geo D Huirgins of Norden was in
town the first of the week
E W Julian sporting editor of the
Omaha Bee was in town yesterday on
business
Win A Wilson of Georgia came
down Tuesday morning for medicine
for his little boy
Max E Viertel the Crookston mer
chant was in our city last week for a
few hours between trains
Cal Francis come down -from Cody
on Monday and reported that one man
had lpst 12 head of stock Saturday
night in the storm
F M Goche spent the past week in
town and ordered the Democrat sent
to him at Rosebud for he says that he
wants to know whats going on
Work was begun Thursday of
raising the Quigley building prepara
torto moving The work is being
done by Rev Holsclaw and his sons
Mrs Frank Brayton has been visit
ingvhome folks in Ainsworth during
the past week and during her absence
Mr Brayton takes his meals at the
hotel
Thedance at -the post on March 22
wasfa marked1 success vTJte dance
loving public will knowwjaat to ex
pec when the boys in blue undertake
anything
The Fred Krug Brewing Co will
put up a building on the site of the
old Palace saloon and have let the
contratof putting in the basement
walls to Joe Stolze
Henry VanLeer formerly of
near Brownlee moved to
town last Saturday and will make
Valentine his home We are glad to
have Mr VanLeer camp with ns
Merton Holsclaw left Wednesday
night of last week for Washington
where he expects to find employment
Merton is strong and healthy enough
tn make a success in mostanj country
and v- wish him success
Waldron and Calets players have
drawn good audiances during their
week here and we cannot speak
higher praises for them than they de
serve as all of the companv seem to
possess more than the ordinary tal
ent and are appearntlv of good char
acter
Some of our people met at Judge
Townes oHloc lit Thursday after
noon and nominated C H Cornell
and Arthur Sherman as candidates
for the town board C H Cornell
has declined the nomination so it will
leave only three candidates for the
two places
Jos Millard of tile Omaha National
Bank anl Gov Dietrich were nom
inated today at 10 oclock at Lincoln
for U S senators D E Thompson
Meiklejbhn and Rosewater withdraw
ing if rom the race Millard and Diet
rich are generally acceptable to re
publicans around Valentsne
A good time is reported by a jolly
crowd who went out to Wm Bairds
ranch last week on a hunt Randv
Griswold snortin edinor of the World
1ffht FreraJj Wilbur Fassett son of Judge
i Fassett T J Folev proprietor of the
finest saloon In Omaha and Joe Lead
er our genial conductor on the F E
M v passenger also owner of a
nice ranch near Woodiake Joe is a
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continued throughout the night and
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all day Sunday and not until -
day forenoon did fhe storm abate -
Snow drifted over the fences around The commissioners last Saturday
houses blocked doorways and side- awardedthecodtract of building the
walks four to six feet deep and made courthouse to Wm Maier of Omaha
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WE ARE STL
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Valentine Nebraska
CUTTING PRICES
LOOK HEREI
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Refugee Stringless I3eens -Evergreen
Fancy Sugar Corn
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1st Quality Baking Soda -California
Peaches
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Whole Codfish
21b cans 3 for 25
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3Hy cans 2 for -25
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DAVENPORT THACHER
General Merchants
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creasing herds of cattle Mr Omesh
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Let Us Give You a Few of
OUR PRICES
Goml Itotisteil Coffee - - per Ih lOe
5 Pound Sacks of Pearl Hominy lOe
8 lilies Diamond C Soap - - 25c
5 liars JLartfe liar IVool Soip - 25c
20 Pounds of Good Rice - - 100
Bargains in EVERYTHING the Next
Two Weeks to Make Room ior Our Spring
Stock
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FRESH FRUIT AND GAME
IN THEIR SEASON
First class line of Steaks Roasts
Drv Salt Meats Smoked
Breakfast Bacon
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Last week K Ormesher had six1 Dr Seymour eye specialist here
quarter sections of land transferred I Friday April 26
to him which added to Lis already
fine ranch will accommodate his in- The coming visit of Drs Sf yioour
and Vvilliams will offer a splendid op-
portunity to those in this city wish-
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traveling almost impossible until the Mr Maier camethe nijrht before in poor man ana worked with Erank mj to consult an eye ear nose and
roads were brokfn There were no -response to their telegram The lirayton pitching hay in the earlv throat specialist Dr Seymour has
trains from Sunday raorniny until ccurt house is to be 64 J -feet by 74 V days to jret a start Mr Bray ton is recently enlarjred his business in Lin
Mondav niybt This is said to be the The lower part for the jail to be built in the mercantile business with W S coin and now has an institution on D
heaviest storm for nine years Where of nati e rock and the main buildinjr lackson who also made his start here j street in companv wirh Dr Tbad
thre were no obstructions the ground of bricki About 25D0fD brick will be njrainst adverse circumstances and Woodward the noted surgeon iyherfe
is bare The loss of stock is lijrht as required The court house is- to be they areall doiny well now and are thev can treat manv more palienfs
most peojilt were prepared with pi en- completed bv Aur 15 ready for each com form lily fixed vitha steady than he has bf en able to do -in the
ty tf hav and atopic jvas in oocl pancy Mr Maier informs us that increasing hutiit as a reward for Pt- Consultation freest the hotel
ditiou V tUe wurK will hegin at once their thritty bWmetv wetjivls FrWiji April SQ
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