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THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT.
i THE OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF CHERRY COUNTY , NEBRASKA VOLUME XVII VALENTINE , NEBRASKA , MAEOH 6 , 1902. NTTMBEB7 * * * * A ofr ONE DOLLAR For a pair ot men's overshoes * 4 ? in sizes 10 11 12 ? eft 49 & 4 ? &ft 49 4 ? ONE COLLAR 2ft eft 49 &ft 49 For a pair of men's Perfection i 49 49 49 Rubbers to. go over felt boots in jft 49 10-11-12-13-14 sizes - - - - 49 oft 49 2ft 49 & > 49 eft 49 49 49 ONE DOLLAR oft eft fcft 49 For a suit of men's or ladies 49 eft 49 Foreign Wool Underwear. & 49 eft 49 49 49 49 49 TtlE RED FRONT I 49 Spring clothinQ- We are now receiving our Spring Line of Ladies' and Gents' Shoes , Men's , Boys' and Children's Suits. A full line of Furnishing goods always on hand , All the the newest and up to date styles. "We do custom work. Don't forget to order your Spring Suit until the Fourth of July. Samples now ready. i < D. STINARD , CLOTHIER and MERCHANT TAILOR GET The latest in Belts , Buckles , Sash and Bodice pins. Your eyes fitted with glasses so you can see a watch .i that will keep time or the one you have cleaned and re paired. A Talking Machine Outfit for $10.00 , AT O. W. MOREY , old Reliable Jeweler , on OVERSHOES , UNDERWEAR and many other WINTER GOODS W. A. PETTYCREW , General Merchandise Get one of our Steel Saves time in cooking Saves coal. It's what you need A Household Necessity. Kitchen Furniture to make housework a pleasure. Your troubles disappear when you buy your Hardware of us. ANDERSON & FISCHER , we Paid Our Patrons Last week 25 CENTS PER POUND on track in the country , for butter fat in nice hand separated cream. This is the bijrg-est price ever paid by any creamery in the state of Nebraska. Our price for the last twelve months averages OVER 20c. If you have a hand separator you can take advantage of our offer NOW. If not , the thingto do is to get one at once , if you expect to make any money milking cows. All in formation free. HY6EU CREAH ! RY COMPANY , Omaha , Neb , GET TTDTRTnTTmr' * AT THIS PRINTING YOUR OFFICE * We Can Satisfy You in Oualitv Price and Workmanship Bates Reasonable Propr.- TALK OF THE TOWN E. L. Heath was in town Monday. M , G. Hopkins is reported quite sick at Lincoln , J. W. "Whillins is very low with pneumonia. Mrs. W. A. Pettycrew is on the sick list this week. Miss Edna McDonald is visiting with Miss Davenport. Mr. Austin , of Simeon , was in town the first of the week. Miss Mary fliggins is visiting the Misses Keeley this week. Ed Blakey , stock inspector , was in town the first of the week. 1 Mr. Lovejoy , from out south , trans acted business in Valentine Monday. John Thompson and wife were in our city Tuesday getting supplies. Edward Ormesher was in town Tuesday from his ranch south of town. Itvas a mistake. Jas. Mangan didn't buy the Watson building as we reported last week , Miss Wren Donoher has gone out to visit with Mrs. Win. Ferdon at the ranch near Brownlee , Carl Wilber moved to the residence property , he recently purchased in the northwest part of town , Tuesday. Jas. Wellford and family moved the first of the week into the Mont gomery building across the street north of this ofllce. Fish Pettycrew , who resides out on the north table , called at this office while in town Tuesday and got a pack age of garden seeds. Just received , a quanity of Prussian Stock and Poultry food at Anderson & Fischers. Notice their big ad for gen eral Hardware and Stoves. Phil Fleming brought a bunch of cattle in for A. Benson Monday , and TuesdayVent out to John Adamson's to gefseverai more head. Miss Iva Efner packed up her mil linery goods and shipped to Spring field where she will open up a millin ery store for the coming season. - The entertainment which was to have been held at the Harmony school house last Saturday evening was postponed until a week from next Saturday. Women will deceive , decoy , entice and lead felloe beings to misery and despondency. They will guide with loving companionship and correct teaching into bliss. Frank Mogle , a son of Judge Mogle , of Cody , and a ranchman of Boiling Springs precinct , was in our city Tues day on business. He went back on 27 so his time here was limited and he did not get to call on us. W. H , Weekes , of Omaha , and form erly of the Scribner News , is now em- ploved in this office. Mr. Weekes is an old newspaper man with an abund ance of experience in type setting and running a newspaper. We have it. The Engravers Goth ic and Engravers Roman type for iob work. New type just in. We do first class job work and don't charge you anything extra for doing good work. You want letterheads and envelopes. Henry Flineaux , one of the pros perous ranchmen of Simeon , called on us last Saturday while in town and sbt his subscription a year in advance to the DEMOCRAT. Notice Mr. Flineaux brand advertisement in this paper. Misses Lillian and Mary Nelson of Cody , were pleasant Valentine visit- tors Saturday. Miss Lillian return- en home in the afternoon but Miss Mary remained to attend our excell ent school for the remainder of the term. Jas. Vincent came up Monday from Woodlake to transact business in our city. We enjoved a pleaaant visit from him. We wish Messers Davis and Vincent a prosperous llverv busi ness at Woodlake and believe they are the kind of men to succeed. Rasmus Hansen's wife and son , Frankie , arrived from Denmark last Saturday night. Mrs. Hansen ia en joying good health but the little boy is not well. He has had lung trouble for several weeKs and at present is not as strong as we hope he will be soon , when the summer sun shines warm again. Mr. Hansen and family art staying with Rasmus Anderson our popUlafr hardwire ttfcrcWnk Jimmy Smith visited in town several days last week. Jas. Marley's pleasant face was seen on our streets yesterday. 8. Q , Spain was in town after freight and supplies last Friday. Mr. Wray and Mr. Cox , of Crookston , were in our city yesterday. Oba Church has returned after a'few weeks absence at Alliance , Nebr. We saw John Britt and Wm. Bullis on our streets this week from Britt. County commissioners and assessors meeting will take place Tuesday , March 18. A. Newberry and wife , of Cody , were down to visit the ophtholmologist , Dr. I'errigo. Max E. Viertel , one of the Crookston merchants and hotel keeper Folks , were in our city yesterday on business. The Valentine Dancing Club will give a dance on Monday evening March 17. Put on your shamrocks and come to this grand ball to enjoy a good time on St. Patrick's day. Spring has come when you see straw hats and summer pants. Views of summer time will soon be a reality znd our people can wander up the mountain side north of the Minne- ? chaduza and see sights that pen can never portray in its real beauty. The practical gardeners of Nenzel have been supplied with a choice se lection of garden seeds from this offi ce. They have the reputation as ex cellent gardeners and besides know , how to raise corn in abundance. Good lucfc and best wishes from this office. T. P. Hudson and G. W. McFarland wejre in town Monday and called en us to get some of the garden seeds. Mr. Hudson bad a wheel for us on sub scription. It swells our head to have the good people call on us but the wheels keep our hat from getting tight-so come on with the wheels. Chas. B. Cook , the young man who has worked on the DEMOCRAT since Nov. , 1900 and lost only two days dur ing that time , has decided to go west and quit work last week. We can say for nim without solicitation that he is a faithful and honest worker , quick and ready at all times to work and earn his wages. We cheerfully recommend himt 0. W. Morey will go down to New port next Wednesday and Thursday , March 1'J and 13 , and will be at Sturt Friday and Saturday , March 14 and 15 to do work in his line , fitting eyes with glasses , correcting eyesight and repair work. Mr. Morey is an expert in his line and is always on the alert to get new ideas and up-to date methods of testing the eyes. He has built up a large business here in Valentine and is now enlarging his field of operation to make room for his boys , who are grow ing up. Frank Fisher went down to Neligh yesterday morning to transact busi ness and from there will go to Water loo la. , his former home. It will be a nice visit for Mr. Fisher and his old friends there who knew him years ago will be glad to see him no doubt as he will enjoy seeing them and note the changes that have taken place , Mr. Fisher will go to Dubuque Iowa and Geneva Lake Wis. to visit some cous ins whom he hasn't seen in 30 years. He will take in the sights at Mil waukee , Chicago and other eastern cities and will be absent three weeks or a month. r Educational Department. 4L BY LETA . STETTER , "Sustained by sure belief That man still rises level with the height Of noblest opportunities or makes such If time supply not , we can wait. " Thn Seniors will finish the study of "Elaine" this week. Miss Nelson , of Cody , was enrolled in the 10th grade , Monday. Kemember the Non Pareils' program March 21st , at Cornell hall. Miss Pettijohn was absent two days this week on account of illness. There are several new enrollments , especially in Miss Mutchmore's room. The arithmetic class has made care ful and complete investigation oi the subject and are thoroughly convinced that "Where ignorance js bliss , 'tis fol- 4 ? 49 49 4 ? LOOK 49 49 49 49 AT OUR BARGAIN 2ft 49 49 49 MIDWINTER SALE W 49 fcft 49 49 Men's Perfection Overs for Felt boots all sizes $ .75 fcftI 49 49 Men's Snow Excluder Arctics , all sizes 1.00 I 49 Men's Winter Underwear , 49 formerly $ .50 to $1.00 now 2 for .25 49 49 Men's Hats " .75 to 1.00 now 25 and .50 49 Men's Mackinaw Coats " 2.00 now 1.00 49 49 Men's Pants " 2.00 tu 3.00 now 1.00 49 Ladies' Winter Waists" 1.50 to 2.50 now 1.00 Children's warm Hoods and Muffs 49 49 formerly $1.50 now 1.00 49 49 Men's , Ladies' and Children's SHOES at one-half price. 49 49 49 DAVENPORT d THACHER fcfr W V 49 49 # m 49 General Merchants. Oft 49 0 49 CLOSING OUT We must sell our entire stock of goods , Everything goes. 400 Pairs of Shoes at 50c on the Dollar * Big Reductions in Ever ything. Come and see for yourself howmuch a dollar will buy. Maier Sisters. WE QARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF GeneralMerchandise Merchandise AND Groceries MAX E. VIERTEL CROOKSTON NEBRASKA THE DONOHER _ _ - _ . _ - - - - _ . - - _ , _ - _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ M1 _ _ . _ - ! _ _ " * J. . WEBB. Proprietor. Is the Bost Equipped , most Comfortable , Largest and Best Two-Dollars - a-Day FIBST-CLASS MODERN HOTEL In Northwestern Nebraska Bath , Hot and Cold "Water , Two Sample Kooma YALENTIKE - HEBEASKA jgJC jf j * U. G. McBRIDE CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER GARPENTER IN GENE R AL VALENTINE NEBRASKA 2 HEADQUARTERS FOR WINES , LIQUORS AND CIGARS OF THE CHOICEST BRANDS Vafentiu'e : *