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About Western news-Democrat. (Valentine, Neb.) 1898-1900 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 23, 1899)
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49 49 LANKET tote tote tote tote
49 To make-room for Spring Goods tote tote
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49 Dozen Ladies' Fleeced Cotton Ribbed to
49 49 Vests and Pants that sold at 40c now at . . .300 §
49 30 Dozen Wool Fleeced Ribbed Vests and 57cl
49 Pantg that sold at 75 cants now
4 ? 50 Dozen Genta Cotton Merino Shirts and 30c |
Drawers that Bold for -iO cents now
49 Ako a number of those
4 49 ? At way dotvn figures
10 quart Dishpan , S cjt Pail , Wash Basin , Quart Measure , graduated ,
Flour Sifter , 2 qt Pail , Quart Dipper , Soup Ladle , Potato Mash or
Large Cake Mould and a Pint Tincup , all best quality of tin
hNn. % ijfc ®
10 quart Dishpan , 2 quart Pudding Pan , Wash Basin , Pint Drinking
Oup , Quart Dipper , Soup Ladle. Basting Spoon , Grater , and a 2
quart Covered. Pail , all made of the finest Enameled A\rare.
* T $
Ofllce over T. C. Hornby's store
Stairway on , vest side
Operations as nearly painless as
. - _ _ - _ , * - _ - . -
J. S. ESTABROOK
All work executed with promptness
Office at Estabrook HonsHon Cherry St.
VALENTINE , NEB-
WATCH / MAKER
Carries a full line of sterling -
ling silver novelties
FORSALFAT ALL SALOONS
IN THE CITY
A. M. MORRISSET !
O - tr0
VALENTINE , NEE
< ' . A. WELLS J. IVKI.L I
Office at Quigley'f ) Drug Store
j M. RICE
| , BEPKESKNTS THK
NEBBA3KA MERCANTILE MUTUA ]
Insurance Companies of Lincoln
Valentine , Nebraska
[ 'radices ir. District Court and U. S. Lan <
Ollice Icai ! Estate aim Itancb Property
bouirht and sold. Bonded Abstractor.
Of our Syrup Sarsaparilla
with Iodide of Potassium
\vill purify your blood better
than any patent medicine you
can buy and it costs you no
$1,00 FOR 124 DOSES
AVe are agents for
Pasteur's J3LA.OKLEG Yaccinc
BOBEBT GOOD , Editor and Publishe
Per Vecrr m Atlvnna
PUBLISHED EVKRY THUIIS1M.Y.
Enlrred at tte Post-office at Valentine. Cherr
BOuntY. Nebraska , as Second-class matter.
This paper will be mailed regulurl ;
to its subscribers until a definite orde
Co discontinue is received and all ar
rears are paid in full.
Georgia Minstrels , February 24.
Saint Patrick's Day , March 17.
K. P. Masquerade carnival. March 17.
County Commissioners March 21
Ansoisor's Meeting -March 21
Easier , April 2.
"Washington's birthday yesterday
Fine new line of Shoe * at T. C
Hornby' * .
Wanted Baled hay. Davenport < !
Spring begins in just one mor
Styles in Mackintoshes at 1
A full line of feed always on han
Elegant line of netr dress foods a
T. C. Hornby's.
Jessie Bowriny returned home t
Merriman , Sunday.
C. V. Thorn was down from Cod
Saturda } ' and Sunday.
It would do your soul good to se
the editor milk a cow.
Frank Rothlentner was down fror
Kilgore Saturday on business.
F. Mo le , of Cod- , was in Valentin
Friday and made this office a call.
C. Cole , of Codj- , was in town thi
week receiving" medical treatment.
D. Stinard is closing out all hi
heavy goods suits , overcoats , etc.
\V. E. Waite and son Arthur wer
in town from Chesterfield this weeli
liert White , of Merriman , was i
town Tuesda3r on land-office business
Quite a number of parties wer
kept in town yesterday by the stern
Wanted 1,000 bushels of shelle
corn and 500 bushels of oata at W. J *
The reported deal of D. S. Ludwi
for the Ferguson property has bee
James D. Corder , of Pine Ridgeha
been appointed a carpenter at th
Rosebud Indian School.
C. W. Bennett , a prosperous rancf
man near Simeon , was in town o
Monday transacting business.
Chas. Girtside , Chet Goodrich an
Mrs. Sisler. all of Cody , were in tow
Friday on land-office business.
Fred Strong , of Brown ] ee , was i
town one day the latter part of laa
week on a hurried business trip.
To Cure a Cold in One I ay.
Take Laxative IJromo Quinine Tablets. A
rtniKRists refund money if it fails lo euro. 25 (
Tho. genuine has L. P. . Q. on each tablet.
P. Balgord and son. of Rosebut
were in town the first of the weelf
visiting and transacting business.
A farm to rent to a farmer for on
or three years , cash or grain rem
Call at this office for particulars.
The Rosebud mail did not run \a
terday on account of the stern :
which was the severest of the seasor
The county clerk is busily engage
in inakinr out the assessors' books fo
this 3rear and has nearly complete
Carlson & Anderson sell a verynea
tank heater that all stockmen shoul
inspect before buying anything i
Miss E. M. Davisson returned horn
to Longpine Saturday after a thre <
weeks visit with her sister , Mrs. Robt
Frank Thorn is working in tin
county treasurer's office this week
assisting in preparing notices to de
Geo. H. Webb , of Rosebud , who ha ;
been visiting his father , who was ver
ill in Wisconsin , was in town 3Tester
lay on his way home.
Dr. J. C. Dwver made a trip t <
Woodlake Sunday to see Jack Kief
ivho has been quite ill. The docto :
reports that he is convalescent.
D. H. Cronin , the editor of th <
O'Neill Frontier , has been appointee
postmaster of his town. Congratula
Lions are extended from this office.
Wm. Ferdon tells us that the losse ;
af the Comstock outfit approxhnate <
: mly sixteen head instead of thirty a :
we reported last week.
Little Margaret Brans , daughter
of Dr. Evans who has been .seriousl :
111 with the typhoid fever , is , we ar <
jlad to state , rapidly recovering.-
New Goodrich Sewing Machines at
T. C. Hornbv's.
C. PL Thompson is erecting- barn
on his lots in the southeast part of
Carpenters are at work on the hose
house , which ib being- built on lots
north of the Emery property.
X. Elliott was in from McCann on
Monday , havingbuniness before W.
E. Haley in connection with real
estate in that neighborhood.
Insure your farm property and
stock againbt fire , lightningand tor
nadoes at one per cent in the Farmers'
Mutual Insurance Company , of Ne
braska. I. M. Rice , agent. 8
Wm. Ballard was in from-his ranch
Monday and reported stock withstanding
standing- the late cold weather in his
neighborhood fairly well , there being
scarcely any losses whatever.
Valentine citizens think they are
having- hard time with their villag-e
-water supply , but they have been
havingan easy time of it compared
to Long-pine and other places.
Dr. Peters paid a very hig-h com
pliment to our western cattle when
he said that a (5-nionths old calf here
was so well developed it was readil }
mistaken for one Jl-months old.
W. H. Carter , who visited friendt
and relatives in Spi ing-view for sev
eral weeks past , returned last Friday ,
and now visits at the home of his
daughter. Mrs. Shore , in this city.
All accounts due me have beer
placed in the hands of the Cherr }
County Bank and Sheriff Sti ong" , f01
collection. Please settle.
2t JOHN HOFFMAN.
John Lord was in town Monday and
says the NEWS-DEMOCRAT was misin
formed regarding his losses of cattle
during the recent cold snap. He says
that he didn't lose a head during the
"below zero' * weather.
Judge Walcott. although having n
large law practice , is always prepared
to attend to more and takes the
proper course to obtain it by inserting
inga professional card in the column *
of the NEWS-DEMOCKAT.
D. S. Ludwig received a car of lime
a car of windmills and pumps , and a
car of wide tire wagons last week ,
Dan sold four wagons during the
week , and thought business in that
line was pretty dull. He sells wagons
cheaper than anybody in town.
W. H. Sellers , of Gallop , was ir
town Tuesday to complete the deai
for the Ed Dibble farm , near Gallop ,
which he purchased. He made thit
office a pleasant visit and informed us
that the NEWS-DEMOCKAT was a
Household necessity with them.
Hon. Otto Mutz , ex-state senator ,
of Keya Paha county , was called tc
Otoe county , this state , to attend the
last sad rites of his mother , Tuesda }
morning. Only one month ago he
was summoned thus to attend the
funeral of his father. Bassett Eagle ,
"Bowman's Big City Show" which
appeared at the opera house Tuesday
evening was rank , ft wouldn't pass
muster in a cross-road Indian village.
The magic lantern was the best part
of the show , which didn't produce
one-third of their advertised attrac
H. Brockman and Wm. Brown , of
Brocksburg , stopped over in the city
Tuesday night. Brockman informed
a Herald reporter that they had the
cattle thieves pretty well located and
that there would be a wholesale pull
ing match in the near future.
J. W. Ostrander. of Rushville , who
owns a ranch on the headwaters of
Gordon creek , in the west part of the
county , was in town Saturday paying
his taxes , and transacting other busi
ness. He expressed considerable sur
prise over the growth of our town
during the last three years.
Prosecuting Attorney Morrissey
was at Brownlee Monday to try the
case of State vs Belding for stealing
a calf. The case developed into a
personal affair before it was through
and Judge Growden , who tried the
case , dismissed the defendant. Tom
McClain was the prosecuting witness.
E. Shackelton. who lives about
seven miles this side of Norden. was
in town Tuesday with a load of wheat
which he sold to the Minnechaduza
Mill. He was one of a party from the
same locality , consisting- George
and Roy Hancock , Johnnie Brock.
Rudolph Langor , Gene Hutchinson ,
and Bob Roberts. The entire party
brought in wheat , averaging fifty
bushels to the load.
The Georgia Minstrels plaved to
the largest house of any like organi
zation for five years. ' The program
was pleasing in every respect. The
special features were Elenora Dardis.
Soprano , Chas. H. Marrs , Tenoi ,
Eddie F. Elliott , Mimic , and the
Eclipse Quartette in plantation melo
dies. The band and orchestra is un
der the direction of Mr. J. H. Ross.
Telegram , Columbus. Neb.
At Cornell Hall. Friday evening ,
To get room for our Spring stock.
Get our prices before purchasing
We also give a few prices on
OregOD Salmon , 3 cans ior 25c
B B Oysters , 2 cans for - 25c
Ginger Snaps , 3 Ibs for - 25c
Baking Powder , S Ibs for 25c
Heinz' Pickles , per gallon 25c
California Hams , per Ib. , 7c
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
Ranch orders a specialty Fafllham &
All our Ileavy Weight Suits ,
Overcoats and Fur Coats , in men's
boys' and children's , go at a sacri
Our spring stock will soon been
on hand and we must have room.
D. Stinard , Clothier.
Wide Tire \Vagons ,
Are acknowledged to he the best and to meet the growing
demand I ordered and
HAVE JUST EECEIVED A CAR LOAD
Iii 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 Jj. O. LUQV/ICJ
Anvone sending n sketch and description may
inlrsiv ascertain our opinion free whether an
ncentum is prohnhly patentcble. Comniunica-
tioiis strictly confidential. Handbookon Patents
-ofit f rec. Oldest nsency for securing patents.
I'-itonts tiiken throush Munn & Co. receive
> r fat notice , without charge , in the
t handsomely illn trnted weekly. Jjireest clr-
alatioii of any scientific journal. Terms. 33 a
fir : four months , § 1. Soldbyall newsdealers.
" S&Co.361Brea * New York
uvaacb Office. 625 F St. , Washington. I > . C.
Our prices on Boots and Shoes
are lower than anybody's , quality
and fit considered , and we have all
atyles and sizes.
Practical Tailoring in all its
Slrayctl or Stolen.
Oue white-faced heifercoiningtvrom
the spring , branded * - * on left aide
and M on left hip. Liberal reward is
offered by Chris Jensen , Gallop , Xeb.
Taken uu by the subscriber iiYinz iwelv
miles southwest ot C'o'l von section 3. township
33. Taupe 35. one lij.h : gray mare 10 or 11 years
old , weight aliout 7."x > . no marks or brands to b
sei-n. Said m < tre came -nto my premise * about
the l.'ith of August , 1SUS , and l"us been to rny
premises continually since.
TYi/'cn L'J ) .
At mv place near Wood Lake , one two-year
old bteer , of Hereford stock , branded O I L o
both hips , and X on left bide Just back of Tore
lej ; . Owner is requested to rtmove said steer
or it will be sold according to law.
45 PAUL KEXXICOTT.
Taken up October S , 1SOS , ten mile ? sontk of.
Cody. Nebraska , one white cow braiu ea
on left side and one red calf with no brand U/
Taken up by X 4 v
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