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About Western news-Democrat. (Valentine, Neb.) 1898-1900 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 8, 1898)
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49 We sliall offer for sale for the next tote tote
49 49 60 Days , 200 Suits tote tote
49 Of Gents , Youths and Childrens tote tote
49 Clothing at just tote tote
49 49 below actual value tote tote
49 49 ALL
< 9 Don't fail to call and look at
those bargains and thereby
| 9 save money
Office over T. 0. Hornby's store
" Stairway on vest side
Operations as nearly painless as
J. S. ESTABROOK
All work executed with promptness
@Me * aft Estabrook Ilonse on Cherry St.
VALENTINE , NEB-
WATCH , MAKER
AND JEWELER ft
Carries a full line of ster
ling silver novelties
FOR SALE AT ALLSALOONS
IN THE CITY
Golden Sheaf Pure \Vhite Rye ,
Susquehanna Ryeand Cedar CreeK
I ouisville , Kentucky , Bourbon Whisky.
Pure Grape & Cognac Brandy's
. Wines .
TokaAngellica.PortSheiTy and Elacl *
beryin wood , claret , Riesling.
Sauternes. Cooks Imperial ;
Gasts and Clicquot in bet
tles. Damiana and oth
Also Agent for Fred Kings Celebrated Ez
ra 3ale Be > jr ftp f unity ns ° , and Pabst
C H.THOMPSON ,
A. M. MOIJK1SSET
VALENTINE , NEB
O. A. WELLS J. B. WELL ?
UJierry Coiitfy Rank
Moleni ( nquiiunent , Up-to-date proced
ures. All tlie newer methods In
-MEDICINE and SURGERY
Specialties Hay fever. Catarrh. Cancer ,
Rupture and Piles cured without the
knife. Disease of the eye. ear. stomach
and of women , and all chronic diseases.
\V4jhinswer calls by mail or wire within
a distance of 100 miles , htjnilar days :
THURSDAY and FRIDAY at SENECA
The balance of the week at THEDFORD.
. Dr , M. . OLAEK , Manager
0. M. SAGESER ,
Hair cutting and-shaving.
HOT AND GOLD BATHS ,
ROBEBT GOOD , Editor and Publisher
Official Paper of Cherry Coun
ty , Nebraska.
Per Vear in
PUBLIbHED EVERY THUHSDAY. .
Entered at the Post-offlce at Valentine. Cherry
county , Nebraska , as Second-class matter.
Tnis paper will be mailed regularly
to its subscribers until a definite order
oo discontinue is received and all ar
rears are paid in full.
High School entertainment Dec. 9.
Valentine Teachers * Association Dec 10 ,
Christmas , Sunda > , December'23.
How's this for weather ?
Fur coats at T. C. Hornby'B.
Childrens Cloaks at T. C. Hornby's
Sewing Machines at T. C. Hornby's
Try the loot Jams at T. C.Hornby's
Doll Cabs 35 cts up , at O. W.
Mrs. Geo. Hershey ig quite ill of
Don't fail to see the bargain coun
ter at Pettycrew's. 45
John Stetter returned to hia place
of business , Monday.
FOB RENT. A four-room house.
Enquire of E. I. Mills.
Roger Brothers 1847 knives , $3.75
per dozen at O. W. Morey's. 45
Parsons , the Photographer , Dec
ember 1 to 12. Don't miss him ;
Mrs. J. M. Carpenter is fast improving
ing- under the skillful treatment of
the Dwyer BrOi > .
John Tucker went out to the Harris
ranch this week and brought in sever
al head of horses.
Mrs. Dewoody , of Ainsworth , spent
Sunday in the city on a visit with her
Bargains on Gloves , Mittens , Shoes ,
and Overshoes , on the bargain coun
ter at PettycrewV 45
Dr. Ed H. Dwyer reports tne arrival
o ± a bright baby girl at the home oi
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Bake well , Wood
"W. G. Baker , the stock solicitor ,
nas completed his labors in this sec
tion this season , and returned home
Joe May , who went back to Wisconsin
on a visit with friends , returned Sat
urday morning to join liis old company
at Fort Niobrara.
To tu-e u Cold in Otic Da1.
lak Lax-live Uromy Qmiuuu Tablets. Ah
sts refund money if it Jailtf to cure. 'JJc.
sx'iiuiue has L. U. Q. oil each tablet.
Charles Weston , a traveling pool
expert , gave an exhibition of nis
aKHl at the Owl Saloon Saturday
night , to a large audience.
Andrew Koralewskie of Nenzel , was
in Valentine , Monday , and replenisn-
ed our exchequer to the extent oi $ J.tM
lor whicn he has our thanks.
The "Weight Social" at Hornby b
nail last Friday evening was a ver }
pleasant allair , aud netted the kp-
w or tii League a neat little sum.
F. Kletecka lias rented the base
ment of tne Cherry County Bank
building and will move tnerein with
nits boot and shoe shop next Monday
Valentine had a coal famine this
week no soft coal to be had at any
price. Our coal dealers are com
plaining about being unable to get
Lneir orders nlleci on time.
A letter from J. It. Farris says he
is now employed at the reform scnool
in Kearney , as stenographer. We
are glad to note Jay's progress in the
world , and winii him continued suc
J . W. Pike , has been making drives
to the different parts of the count } '
lately to see how cattle are getting
along winch his firm placed with
parties last spring. He reports find
ing tilings very favorably.
J. C. ToJ.iver was elected county
attorney c.f Brown county by one vote ,
and now Mie opposition is contesting
the election. It is probable tfiat one
entire precinct , eight votes , will be
thrown out , thus electing the fusion
: anduJ ate.
Andrew Morrissej , formeily of this
: ounty. now practicing law at Valen
tine , was in town Tuesday. Mr. Morrissey -
rissey was elected county attorney of
Jher ry cot mty on the fusion ticket at
: he recent ejection , and is making
apid strides to the front ranks of his
irofession. Crawford Gazette.
The li fe of ar , editor is not all rose-
itrewn. Last week we in some unac-
xnmta'ole manner wrote "Christmas
s five weeks from next Sunday. "
Since then life has been a burden to
is. "fl very woman in town claims we
lave been trying to befog the minds
f 'rheir husbands aud sweethearts so
he.y would "forget" to buy Christ
ie is presents.
I" . C.
A rush of advertising killed a lot Of
ocals this week.
Don't fail to see O. W. Morey's dis
play cf holiday goods. 45
Go to O. W. Morey's Jewelry Store
for to's and holiday goods. 45
Judge Kinkaid held a special term
of court here Monday and turned A.
b. Morgan loose.
Mr. and. Mrs. Joe Kennedy , of
Brownlee , are in the city today on
business and visiting friends.
The Ladies Aid Society of the M.
E. church will serve fresh oysters
Fridaj * evening the 16th. Place an
Mrs. Geo. Tracewell , in jumping
out of a moving wagon Ttesdaybroke
her arm above the .wrist and suffered
considerable pain from it since.
Married , Tuesday evening , Decem
ber 6 , Rasmus Anderson and Julia
Reyshan , at the residence of Martin
Christensen , Judge Towne performing
the ceremony. The happy couple are
located in the Chas Bullis property.
W. A. Wilson was in from his ranch
Tuesday on business before the land-
office and after lumber to make im
provements on the place. On ac
count of recent fires he lost all but
about forty tons of feed on both his
places and says he will feed short
now , especially if we should have a
severe winter. He made this office a
business call while in town.
Some miscreant Avho has neither
the fear of the law or God in his
heart , broke into Frank Fischer's sa
loon Sunday night and ransacted the
cash drawer of the small change
amounting to about $1.20 and extract
ed from the refrigeator one quart oi
whiskey. The same night a S35.0C
overcoat was taken from A. M. Mor-
rissey's office. The officers are hot on
the trail of the offender , but at this
writing no arrests have been made.
Married Atthe residence of the
bride's parents , at Thacher. Nebras
ka , December 4,1898 , Mr. Bruce T
Chennoweth and Miss Minnie E. Tay
lor : Robert A. McQuade officiating.
The contracting parties are well
and favorably known , and their many-
friends wish them a long and happy
life together. Many of the friends
and relatives were present at the
wedding , and partook of a most excel
lent dinner prepared by the bride's
parents fpr the occasion.
WHKREAS ; After a long and useful lile en
riched by the sweetest virtues and at the lasl
full of patience and sufferinj ; , it has pleased
Divin ; Providence to take to her great reward
the beloved mother of sibter Maggie Wulcott anil
brother F. M. Walcott. Therefore be it
UESOL.VKD ; That we , members of Northern
Star Chapter No 59 O. E. S. , do extend to our
sister and brother our sincere sympathy in the
uss of the beloved mother , who h .s gone to that
spiritual country whore the wicked cease from
troubling and the weary are ut rest. And be it
RESOLVKD : That a copy of these resolutions !
be presented to our bereaved sister ami brother ;
that a copy bo apre d upon the minutes of oui
order and a copy be famished oauh of the Valen
tine papers for publication.
Com < liaj.M.\ . IKASI
( M. G.
An ordinanel providing lor the occupancy bj
the h'remonl , hllKhoni aud Missouri Vallej
Kailroad compan > , oi Lodi ttVoniie , in McDon
aid's addition to the village oi Valentine , >
uraaka , by dossing the & ; iuie wnh a spur track ,
commencing : it a point at or near au it direcllj
uut ot Hie auuineaat corner ot lot : so. l , in
block No. 4 , and running thence in a northeast
erly direction 10 a pmnt at or near 35 It north oi
itiesouthwest corner ot lot No. 8. in block No. 3 ,
oi McDonaid'a addition to the village of \ aleu-
line.Be It ordained by the chairman and board oi
village iruauca 01 thw village of Valentine , ( Jher-
ry county , i L rask ,
bee. I. That tue Fremont , Elkhorn and Mis-
sour Valley It.iilruiid oo > ipany be , and the said
compiii ) } is heieby authorized and empoweied
10 proper ! } construct , maintain and oper.tte a
cerum spur tr.ick and line of railroad , with ap
purtenances , running irom its line ot railway at
its station grounds m the village of Valentine ,
Nebraska , over and across L 'Ui avenue in Mc-
uoiuitd'8 addition to the village ol Valentine.
.Nebraska , commencing at a point at or near .iOU
south of the southeast corner ot lot No. 1 , in
block No. 4. and running thence in a northeast
erly direction to d point it or near 35 lect di
lectly norm ol the souiuweat corner ot lot No.3 ,
in block No. 3oi said McDonald's addition to
the village ol Valentine.
See. 2. That this ordinance shall be in force
and ellcct from and alter its passage and publi
cation according to law.
A. M. MUUKISSKV , P. F. SIMONS ,
At my place near Wood Lake , one two-year
old hteer , of Herel.-rd slock , branded Ul U on
both nips , and X on leu side just back of lore
leg Owner i requested to runuve said steer
or it will be sold according to law.
Stile of EstrayH.
Having complied with the provisions of the
law regarding ihe taking up and odvertising of
cstrays , and no claimant putting m an appear-
aiire ; now therefore the undei'Mgiit-a will olfer
for salto the highest bidder , for caMi m hand ,
at his place I'i mile east of Nenzel. Nebraska ,
.January 6. 189'J. at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. ,
three horses descrilifl as follows :
One gray horse about oix jears old , branded
X on right hip.
One bay horse about six years old , bran BT9 " |
ded on shoulder and hip. * "
One bay horse aoont six years old , branded .
on tiont shoulder and O on left hip.
31 ill I'yleen for Feed.
I3ran , bulk 50c per cwt $9 00 ton
Shorts bulk GOc per cwt $11.00 ton
Screenings 40c " $7.00"
Chop Feed 70c " § 13.00"
Corn G5c "
Outs § 1.00 "
FIRST CLASS MILL
I have established a Feed and Saw Mill
9 miles south of Cody , at the mouth of
Medicine Canyon , and am now prepared
to grind Feed. Corn Meal and Graham ,
c-turn out all kinds of Lumber and di
mension stuff , and Native Shingles
Give us a trial order.
J. F. HOOK.
1 he Presents you Want
at the Prices You Like
An examination of our
Is a Pleasure to Young and Old
OME EARLY and make your purchases and get.
the cream of this stock , which was bought to
save you time and money. Our store is replete with
bighearted bargains at bighearted prices , and in it you
will find something for every person , and something
for every purse. Bring the little ones and let them
see Santa Clans' headquarters.
Mail orders will be given prompt attention
s \ *
Doesn't care for large sales. He wants largo profits.
Small profits and lots of 'em. That's what counts.
SEE THE POINT ?
If so , for further particulars call on
itanch orders a specialty
wer-eoafs Robbers Felts.
, , , , .
In iact anything in men's wear
Practical Tailoring in connection.
D. Stinard , Clothier. .
Wide Tire -Wagons
Are acknowledged to be the best and to meet the growing
demand I ordered and
AVE JUST RECEIVED A CAE LOAD
In addition to this 1 have just received a car of
"WIND MOTOR" WIND MILLS
Which I am selling very cneaply
Try me before buying anything in my line elsewhere
Valentine Nebraska D. S. Ludwlg
P. O. Parsons
Has rented the A. . G Shaw Art Gallery in this City forono year and will be her * from
1 ST TO 12TH OF EVERY MONTH
First-class Work in every Particular Guaranteed. See Samples of "Work at the Red Fro
and Ladies' Furnishing G-oods
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