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K" TH E VALENTINE DEMO THE OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER oi1 CHERRY COUNTY , NEBRASKA VOLUME XVI VALENTINE , NEBRASKA , NOVEMBER ? . 1901. NUMBER 42 The Advent of W W ft 43 Many New Goods 43 & 43 Will oe celebrated for tlie next thir & 43 ty days with advance display. The dress goods stock is the nearest completi on. j * You will find all the new waist fab * 49 rics , the new waist flannels , the dainty flannelettes. A very complete assortment , of 49 black and colored silks and"satins , a nice line of tapestry , lace and other cur & Jj tains , Carpets and upholstering goods. & Special sale on men's al ] wool cloth ing td close out to make room * for oth & er stock. 43 43 43 43 43 THE RED WW CLOSING OUT SALE. See OurCut Price Shoe Counter. Clothing , Boots and Shoes , G-ents .Furnish ings , Ladies' Skirts Capes and Jackets. Tailoring in All Branches. D. STINABD , Clothier C. II. CORXELIf , President. M. V. NICHOLSON , Cashier B ANKOF VALENTNE. Valentine , Nebraska. A General Banking Business Transacted Bays and Sells Domestic and Foreign Exchange Chemical National Bank. New York. Correspondents ; First National / Bank. Omaha Neb . HEADQUARTERS FOR WINES , LIQUORS AND CIGARS OF THE CHOICEST BRANDS Valentine Nebraska li 43 43 43 PAINTING I 43 43. 43 . PAPER HANGING | CALCIMINING. g 43 43 R S. DENNIS. s 43 Valentine Nebraska x All work well done i > 43 . YEARNSHAW THEOWLSALOON. JAMES B. HULL Sole Agents for HERALD PURE RYE WHISKEY Ale and Porter , And FRED KRUGS BEER hoicest Wine and Cigars. VALEN INE A : NEBRASKA AT THIS f m * * * * YOUR fTIN < | y dp Sti . * * SK TALK OF THE TOWN Dan Fowler was in town Thursday Martin Carr , of Simeon was in town this week. * J.R. Fee of Crookston wes a ValenJ tine visitor this week. James Bay and family departed for Seattle Washington last week. Jim Searly and wf ie combined busi ness with pleasure in this city the later part of last week. The board of health has issued an order that all school children , who havn't been , be vaccinated. Mr. Ray is one of our worthy citzen who will be misssed and many friends of the family regret their departed , Hon. John Shores and wife "end father Henry Carter started last Wednesday morning week ago for a trip down in Kansas to Mr. Shore's former home uear Wichtia. Amsey Veach will have a public sale next Saturday , Nov. 9 at 1 o'clock to dispose of his household.'goods. C. W. Cramer is to be tne auctioneer. Serivces at the Episcopal Church Sunday November 10. Holy Com munion at7ttOA. m. Sunday School at 1000 ; A.m. Morning prayer a"hd sermon at 11:00There : will be no ev ening service as Rev. White house will be at Fort Niobrara. Ddbert Ayers , a son of A. C. Ayers of Brownlee , died at the Union Hotel Friday morning at 2.20 of typhoid fev er. It was thought that he was get ting along nicely and improving but a hemorrhage of the bowels Friday night caused him. co die very sudden ly and he was conscious to the ? ast. Delbert Ayers returned from Wy6m- ing about three weeks ago on account of sickness atthat time from which- he had grown sterdily worse. His parents were notified atBrownlee , ar rived Saturday morning about two o'clock and started home with the , re" mains a few hours later. The inter ment will take place at BrjAr.ilej. The deceased was a charter member of the S. & D. of P. of Valentine and was a memper of the M. W. A. of Simeon. iflfcf ifV - yftrJKrJ&r if\r Aj&jOc Educational Department. BY IETA STETTER , Vaccination ir in order. The class of ' 03 has chosen it's class colors. Miss Kneeland has been absent two days of this week. i Mrs. J.V. . Daniels called uponMis Robiusqu's room Thursdciy afternoou Miss Glen Hoenigwas a visitor among old sch oolaiates last Friday af ternoon. Mr. Growden suggests that we had better go down and keep the furnace warm these cold days. Miss Josie Flowers is once more in school after an absencs of two weeks on account of sickness. That seventy-first original was al uiobt enough to turn the "milk of hu man kindness into clabber.1' PearlTetheroW. Alphonse Uharbon- neau and Steve Estes are new non-res ident enrollments this week. A row of shelves for the acomadatc ion of magizines and papers have been added to the conveniencs of the H. S room. Miss Hess has such an abrupt way of putting the history questions that the seniors can say with absolute veracity , "Ohlit's so sudden ! " An opinion is prevalent among the seniors that the man who made the ge- * om try mixed his prefixes and that man } so-called proportions are in re ality impositions The - socitey has made out it's program This item failed to ap pear last week , nut thro' any malicious wish to suppress the doings of the. il lustrious - s , but simply because the aforesaid had not assumed any name whereby they might bo mention ed. We foci , however , that a matter of such moment ought not to be kept longer fiom the public and trust to the latter's powers of penetration to discov er whom we mean. ' * I'ljeworld ib full uf nublo peoulc , full of beautiful things. Ifwe could only choose good friends read good books Him good songs , practice good deeds , and put ourselves Jin touch wim the beautiful harmonics of nature and art , ttfe exceeding ' its present tete as to be al most unrecognizable. There is no reas on why the average person shonld nol enjoy life in the truest sense. Nature .with a lavish hand spreads her beauties oef ore us. The man who goes through life , never rejoicing in a glorious sunset never feeling a thrill of expectation up on beholding the grand old hills , nevei Deling the impress of divinity upon the tiny blossom at his feet nor the proof of immortality in the eyes of a little child , he indeedmisses the kernel of life and eats but the husks" . THOMPSON'AUSTIN The greatest event in the social history of Simeon tooK place * at the residence of C. A. Austin Wednesday evening , October 30,1901. It was the marriage of his daughter Sadie F. to John W.Thompson. . The Thomp son and Austin iamilies have , for a long time , been residents here and have a large circle > of friends. In response to seventy-five invita- tions , , forty relatives and friends were present. Promptly at 8 o'clockthe \ bride and groom took tht-ir places at tended bv brides-maids Miss Mattie Thompson and Cassie Richardson * groomhmen , Robert Thompso and W. N. Ballard. The bride was very neatly dressed in cream colored hen rietta trimmed in cream colored sat in , silk lace and pearls. The groom wore a very neat evening suit. The ceremony which made them one was conducted by Rev. Cumbow of Valen tine. -congratulations came supper which was as fine a one as any person ever sat down to consisting of all the delicacies of the season. After supper the young folks enjoy ed themselves dancing until midnight when all departed for their reapect- ivejhomes all wishing the bride and groom a long and happy life. The 'groom had furnisned'his residence so everything was in readiness for the reception of his bride. Thty moved in Thursday and settled down to mar ried life as residents of the Schlagle valley , and as they have always rank ed among our most popular young people so they will continue to hold a prominent place in public estimation. They extend a cordial invitation to all their friends to come and see them. They received many valuable and useful presents of which we give a list : Mr. and Mrs. A. Thompson , bair of pillows and fancy pin cushion , plush couch ; Robert Thompson , fine rocker : Mattie Thompson , glass water set and trav ; Ed Thompson and John Spall , fine rocker ; Mr. and Mrs. C , A. Austin , a full set of bedding ; Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Austin , feather bed ; Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Savage , fancy lamp : Swiss Savage , fancy bread plate ; Kay and Clair Savageglass [ salt and pepper set ; Vern Savajze , glass pickle dish : Bert and Anna Spall , glass water set and tray ; Chas. Bennett , set fancy glasses ; H. He selgcsser , fancy cake diah ; Mr. and Mrs. M. Guggennos , glass lamp ; Belle Carr , looking glass ; W. N Ballard. set silver knives and forks : George Rowley , set silver tea spoons ; Josey Bennett , pair fancy vases ; Gordy and Mamie Lord , white bed spreadF ; D Ballard , silver set consisting of soup laddie , pie knife berrr spoon , cold meat fork , cream laddie , sugar shell and butter knife Ohas Ballard , white bed spread and one dozen linen napkins ; Cassie Rich ardson , linen table cover and set of napkins ; Maude Bennett , pair fancy towels ; Mr. aud Mrs. F. W. King. Woodlake , clock ; Mr. and Airs. Con- tuser , Thos. Links , Joe' Pedlar , Sadie and Ray Pedlar , Loup City , fancy white linen table cover with twelve napkins to match ; Mr. and Mrs T. C. Hornby , Valentine , fine rup ; Jennie Smith , Lincoln , pair fancy towels ; R. Stilwell , Oasis , set glass ware , four pieces ; L. Piercy , Kennedy , fancy tea pot ; .Jennie Morgareidge , Woodlake , fancy lamp ; Chas , Reece , Valentine , silver sugar shell and butter knife ; M Minshall , Loup City , silver berry ladle ; Mrs. A. J. Keams , Loup City , one years subscription to Saturday livening Post : Mr. anil Mrs. Pedlar and Mr& . Ditto , Loup City , silver sug ar shell and butter knife : Mr. and Mrs. Chas. French , Loup City , pair fancy towel * ; Mr : and Mrs. W. T. Ow- eo j LoUp City.volte linen table uov- er aud feoia pillow. Mr. aud Mrs. A. C. McCracker , DeaMoins. Iowa , set Silver teaspoons ; Mr. ind Mrs. George Pou , Chicago , Illinois ser silver nut picks and nut crackers. 43 43 43 43 WE BENEFIT OURSELVES MOST | 43 WHEN WE SERVE YOU BEST 1 43 43 PPti- 43 . ! " ARGUMENTPPti 43 OUR LOW PRICES ARE OUR BEST ARGUMENT 43 43 43 fc 43 43 43 43 Dry Goods , Clothing * * . ' Boots and Shoes - * 43 43 43 43 G-roceriesand a Full 43 General Line at Lowest ' Prices. 4 ? 43 43 43 fcfr 43 43 DAVENPORT & THACHER 43 43 43 General Mercharts. 43 43 WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF GeneralMerchandise Merchandise AKD Groceries MAX E. VIBRTBL CBOOKSTOX XEBKASKA , CITIZENS-MEAT-MARKET d. W. STETTER , PROP FRESH FRUIT AND GAME IN THEIR SEASON First-class line of Steaks , Roasts , Dry Salt Meats , Smoked " Breakfast Bacon THEDONOHER Is the Best Equipped , most Comfortable , Largest and Best Two-Dollars - a-Day FIRST-CLASS MODERN HOTEL In Northwestern Nebraska Bath , Hot aud Cold Water , Two Sample Rooms VALENTINE - NEBRASKA U. G McBRIDE CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER CARPENTER IN GENERAL I VALENTINE NEBRASKA | KB Cherry County . Stone Co Contractors and Builders in General. * * - Composition arid ra l'iruoiV , slate royle. Brick .and cement sidewalks. Native lime aud imported ' - . ornamental cut stone. Brick for sale.