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About Western news-Democrat. (Valentine, Neb.) 1898-1900 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 16, 1899)
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Uli NDERWEAR tote tote
4 ? AND tote
4 * to
49 BLANKETS & tote tote
4 ? To make room for Spring Good * tote tote
4 ? 4 to
4 * 40 Dozen Ladies' Fleeced Cotton Ribbed
4 * 30c |
4 ? VasU and Pants that sold at 40c now at
30 Doaen Wool Fleeced Ribbed Vesta and tote
49 Pants that sold at 75 cents now to
49 4 * 50 Doaen Gents Cotton Merino Shirts and
Drawers that Bold for 40 cents now
49 Also a number of the tote
A tote tote
At tray down figure * tote
i 49 49 EOF NT tote tote tote tote
49 VALENTINE NEBRASKA tote
10 quart Dishpan , 8 qt Pail , Wash Basin , Quart Measure , graduated ,
Flour Sifter , 2 qt Pail , Quart Dipper , Soup Ladle , Potato Masher
Large Cake Mould and a Pint Tincup , all best quality of tin
\ . 10 quart Dishpan , 2 quart Pudding Pan , Wash Basin , Pint Drinking
Cup , Quart Dipper , Soup Ladle , Basting Spoon , Grater , and a 2
quart Covered Pail , all made of the fiiiost Enameled Ware ,
R. OR JACKSON
Ofie * ever T. C. Hornby's store
Stairway on west side
Operations as nearly painless
J. S. ESTABROOK
All work executed with promptness
Otfice at Eslabrook House on Cherry St.
VALFNTTNE , NEB-
j 0. W.MOREY
| THE VALENTINE
WATCH / MAKER
I AND JEWELER
Carries a full line of * ter-
ling silver novelties
FORSAU AT ALL SALOONS
IN THE © ITY
A. M. MORRISSET
VALENTINE , NEB
O. A. WELLS J. B. WELLS
E NTISTS !
CJierry Co\istty Hank
A. N. COMPTON
Office at Quigley's Drug Store.
A WINTER EXCURSION.
If sick you can find lielp. If crippled
with rheumatism you can be cured.
If tired you need rest und the place
to go is
HOT SPRINGS ,
The expense is less than j'ou imagine. "The
Northwestern Line" has announced
special excursions , certain days
this mouth at
The Evans Hotel will remain open and this
und all other hotels and boarding houses ur < ;
service with low rates durinc the
Round Trip Rate From
Valentine - -
and corresponding reductions from ctherpoints
Climate , Water , Scenery and Hotels are un
excelled Thirty days tune allowed and any
aernt F. , E. & M V. It. K. . or J. H. Gshle ,
Traveling Passenger Agent , DenNon , Iowa , o-in
tell you more about it. The next date will be
February 14 : and 28.
. WIRE FENCE. . .
OPtN Strongest feucc on ttto
market , i * perfectly * af
'and an effectual barrier
all form'of Hto k.
< f No. H ii lvnnifcd
steel * ire. Crox wires
sccwrel > clamped. ltie\-
reasivc Hritc fur cat
alogue Most , this
EOBEST GOOD , Editor and Publisher
$1MO Per Yenr t Advance
PUBLISHED KVEKY THUKSDAY.
at t fa a Pout-office at Valentine. Cherry
. Nehraika. as Second-class matter.
This paper will be mailed regularly
to its subscribers until a definite order
to discontinue is received and all ar
rears are paid in full.
Farmer's Institute February 16 and 17.
K. P. Masquerade carnival , March 17.
County Commissioners March 21
A 8 * ier's Meeting -March 21
Joe Bush is up from Brownlec.
Fine ncrr line of Shoes at T. C.
Wanted Baled har. Darenport < fc
Lottie Dwyer visited in Crookston
New Style * in Mackintoshei at T.
A full line of feed always on hand
Elegant line of new dre s goods at
T. C. Hornby' * .
Will Ware of near Kennedy , was in
town yesterdaj' .
John Guth waa on the ick list the
first of the week.
Ely D. Valentine and wife were in
town from Woodlake , Monday.
Farmers and Stockmen's Institute
today and tomorrow. Turn out.
D. Stinard is closing out all his
heav } * goods suilj , overcoats , etc.
"It is reported that Judge Walcott
will soon open a set of abstract books.
Jas. Wellford is down from Boiling
Springs visiting his son and other
Wanted 1,000 bushels of shelled
corn and 500 bushels of oats at W. A.
Ed Calkins , J. Lowe and Chris Hoist ,
of Cody , registered at the Donoher
The Lenten season began yester
day. Easter cornea rery early this
year April 2.
Davenport & Thacher hare , a con
tract to deliver 400 tons of hay at
W. E. Hale } ' was in the German
settlement Monday looking after his
Jim and Charles Hudson were in
town from Sparks Tuesday shaking
hands with friends.
Walter Wilde , of Oelrichs , S. D. ,
was in town this week taking treat
ment from Dr. Dwyer.
A brother of Henry Woodsdn , a
worthy colored man on the Niobrara ,
is visiting him this week.
John Antrim , of Traer , Iowa , visit
ed with his parents-in-law , J. W.
Tucker and wife , this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ferdon came
down from Chadron this morning to
look after business interests.
To Cure n Cold in One Day.
Take Laxative Brome Quinine Tablets. All
druggists refund money if it iails to cure. 25c.
The uenuitie has L. B. Q. on each tablet.
A farm/to rent to a farmer for one
or three years , cash or grain rent.
Call at this office for particulars.
P. O. Parsons , photographer , will
take a few pupils in photography at
the low rate of 815.00 per month.
Carl Seelc } ' , deputy internal reve
nue collector , was in town Saturday
loooking after the interests of Uncle
Miss Jessie Bowring , of Merriman ,
is visiting in town this week , and
will takr the teacher's examination
Saturda } ' .
Despite the cold weather Saturday
the teacher's association was about
as well attended as usual by country
Mrs. Crawford's scholars made a
lot of valentines last week and Tues
day had a very joyful time presenting
them to their parents.
The three menths old baby of E. W. fi
Reed , on the Niobrara. died Tuesday
morning. Mrs. Reed was reported
very ill but we are told she is recover
ing her usual good health.
What's the use sending away for I
goods when you can buy them so
cheaply in Valentine. Notice Carl- i
son < fc Anderson's advertisement and
see what you can buy for a dollar.
A very pleasant progressive high-
five party -was given at the residence
of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Welle Tuesday
evening , at which half a * core of
couples enjoyed themselves. The
favors were won by Mrs. E. Sparka
and M. V. Nicholson , while Mrs. T.
. Hornbv and E. Sparks received the
equivalent of a leather medal.
O. N. Davis , of near Simeon , was in
New Goodrich Sewin ? Machines a.t
. . Hornby's.
M. P. Brosius of the north table
has purchased the Capt.Howell place ,
adjoining" his present farm.
This office feels slighted. Neither
the head push , the foreman nor the
devil received a valentine this year.
Washington's birthday next Wed
nesday. How the lather of his coun
try would enjoy the politics of the
Dr. Lewis was called to Simeon a
few days ago to prescribe for the
eldest daughter of J. W. Burleigh
who is ill of lung" trouble.
John Britt was in from the table
Tuesday and ordered his paper sent
to the postoffice which was ? recently
christened in his honor.
J. A. W. Johnson , of Reige , has
been visiting- the family of his father
in the Treat part of town the forepart
of the week. Newport Republican.
G. F. Heine , of Hooper , member of
the firm of Heine & Kroeger , stock
raisers in this county , was in town
yesterday looking after business in
Miss Fanny VanBuskirk returned
from Whitney Thursday morning.
Mrs. Vivian Laurie arrived in the
city last Tuesday morning and is vis
iting friends. Gordon Journal.
The Rev. Oastler , of Gordon , will
occupy the pulpit atthePresoyterian
church one week from Sunda } ' , ex
changing with the Rev. J. C. Sloan
who held services here Sunday.
The standpipe at O'Neill froze last
Friday night , the hot water pipe at
the Brans hotel froze and burot , and
yet we are prepared to say that there
was a hot time in O'Neill that night.
j A license to marry was issued Sat
urday to Henry Worthington Hols-
claw and Lucy A. Laten , of Rosebud.
The ceremony was performed at the
home of the groom's father. Lee
The church having been finished at
Wood River , and the guilds in good
working order , Miss Childe will soon
mevc to Holdrege to help build up the
work there under Rev. Osborn.
The writer made his first visit to
Sioux City lant Friday , and to say
that he was surprised at the amount
of business being done in that town
is putting it mildly. He wishes Sioux
City was in the state of Nebraska.
Dick Grooms was in from Niobrara
Falls Monday , walking on air and
telling his friends "Its a boy : born
Saturday night : Mrs. Johnson and
Mrs. Reese were there. " We con
gratulate Dick , who bought a primer
for his son before he left town.
Frank Frush came up from Wood-
lake Monday morning- see a doctor.
His horse fell on him Sunday evening
and bruised his right side , shoulder
and limb pretty badly. No bones
broken but Frank will not be able to
do much work for a few weeks.
T. A. CofTej came in yesterday from
the sand hills where he had been for
several days this week on business.
Mr. Coffey says that cattle in the
sand hills are doing fine and have
suffered not a bit as a result of the
severe weather during the past few
weeks. Chadron Journal.
Receipts at South Omaha yesterday -
day were 2,549 cattle , 8,340 hogs and
8,67G sheep. Markets were slightly
lower than the two days before , and
but few stockers and feeders were
offered. Those sold brought $4.25 to
84.55. Hogs averaged 83.58. Kansas
City , St. Louis and Chicago all re
ported the markets weak and about
10 cents lower.
The trial of Stat'e vs Freeman , as
sault on the person of Wm. Ward ,
was heaid in Judge Towne's court
Monday befoie the following jury , by
agreement : D. Peters , W. A. Pettv-
crew , Henry Taylor , H. W. Graham
and Nels Polen. The case went to
the jury about 3 p. m. , and that body
deliberated all afternoon and night
and finally reported a disagreement.
A new trial will be held today.
While in O'Neill last week we had
the pleasure of meeting John Hep-
kins , who is said to have a lead pipe
cinch on the wardenship of the peni
tentiary when the present incumbent
walks the plank. Mr. Hopkins as
sured us that the editorial brethren
who chanced to apply for board at
his hostelry would be well treated ,
and that all delinquent subscribers
who stopped at his place would be
kept in the dungeon.
Died , Monday morning , after an
illness of five months , Mrs. E. D.
Cohota , at her home near Fort Nio
brara. She leaves a husband and six
children , the eldest of the little ones
being 10 years of age and the young
est five months. It is not yet known
what disposition the husband will
make of the children , but we are told
they will be sent to some home.
Funeral services were conducted by
the Rev. J. M. Bates , yesterday , fol
lowed by interment at the Fort.
To got room for our Spring stock.
Get our prices before purchasing
We also give a few prices on
QregOB Salmon , 8 cans for
B B Oysters , 2 cans for - S5c
Ginger Snaps , 3 Ibs for - S5c
Baking Powder , 3 Ibs for S5c
Heina' Pickles , per gallon
California Hams , per lb. , 7c
s a f *
Doesn't care for large sales. lie wants large profits.
Small profits and lots of 'em. That's what counts.
SEE THE POINT ?
If so , for further particulars call on
Kanch orders a specialty Fafllham & Dl
All our Heavy Weight Suits , Our prices on Boots and Shoes
Overcoats and Fur Coats * , in men's are lower than anybody's , qualitj
boys' ' and children's , go at a sacri and fit considered , and we have all
fice. j styles and sizes.
Our spring stock will soon been Practical Tailoring in all iU
on hand and we must have room. branches.
D. Stinard , Clothier.
Wide Tire Wagons'
Are acknowledged to be the best and to meet the growing
demand I ordered and
HAVE JUST EECEIVED A CAE LOAD
Iii addition to tin's I have just received a car of
"WIND MOTOE" WIND MILLS . .
Which I am selling very cneaply
Try me before buying anything in my line elsewhere
Valentine. Nebraska D. S.
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vontinn la probably p.itcntabJe. Communica-
nnfltrictlyconBdenti.il. Handbookon Patents
it free. Oldest atrency for secnnns patents.
' .itcnts taken throush JIunn & Co. recclTO
a'ai notice , without clinrce , in the
handsomely Illustrated weekly. Lnreest c r-
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: foir months , $ L Soldbyall newidcalers.
" . 'J Office. C25 F St. , Wufetuzton. D. C.
Strayea or Stolen.
One white-faced heifercoming tYroin
the spring , branded _ on left ids
and M on left hip. Liberal reward ia
offered by Chris Jensen , Gallop , Neb.
Taken up by the subscriber
nul a soutUwttt of Cody on section 3 to SuS
oJ. rails * 35 , one light
gray mare 10 or H years
old. weisht about . .
7.W. no mark * or brands to b
been. Said tnare came onto my premise * aborit
the iqth of August , isas , and fias been to"
premis.es continually since.
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