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NEWS U i * 2 *
Our stock of Dry Goods , Shoes ,
Hats , Caps , Trunks , Valises , Clothing i *
ing and Gents Furnishings has been
replenished throughout and we now
4 ? have borne of the best values ever to
4 ? offered for the money. '
Get our prices on Groceries.
4 * toED
4 4 4 ? ? ? ED RONT
4 ? VALENTINE NEBRASKA
10 quart Dishpan , S 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 finest Enameled Ware ,
A. M. MORRISSE1
VALENTINE , NE ]
Office over T. C. Hornby's sto ;
Stairway on rest side
Operations as nearly painless \
_ * * . .
I M. RICE
I s REPRESENTS THE
HEBRASXA MERCANTILE MUTUjS
Insurance Companies of Lincoln
Office at Quigley'B Drug Stor
J. S. ESTABROOI
All work executed with promptnei
Office atEstabrook House on Cherry S
Y ALFNTINE , NEE
Valentine , Nebraska
Practices in District Court and U. S. Lar
Office. Heal Es ate and Ranch Property
bought and sold. Bonded Abstraeter.
J. G. DWTEB. E. H. DWTEI
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEON !
A Private Hospital
For the Treatment of Diseases-
All Kinds of Surgical Oper
. .TV - rinfer > < fer , &
< THE VALENTINE
WATCH / MAKE
Carries a full line of ster
ling silver novelties
' . A. WELLS J. B. WE
Cherry County Itaith
0. M. SAGESEI
Hair cutting and shaving.
HOT AND COLD BATF
CO5 > Y , tfEBB.
Has recently started in business n
offers bargains to nil cash
Gt > ' < ( ( ! ( > tt Wire. Soft naif ft
Pine , Pfiitttn , Oils and
kindu of Slnitclie.rtt"
For Horses and Cattle
7 R > box - - Me
10 tb bap - - 75c
Quigley's Drug Store
Wo are Agents for
Pastwur's Kluckleg Vaccine
BOBEBT GOOD , Editor and Publii
$ S.OO Per Ycnr in A a vat
PUBLIbllKl ) EVEKY THURSDAY.
Entered at t h o Post-office at Valentine. Ch
county. Nebraska , as Second-class matter.
This paper will be mailed reguh
to its subscribers until a definite or
co discontinue is received and all
rears are paid in full.
Saint Patrick's Day , March 17.
K. P. Masquerade carnival , Marcn 17.
County ( 'ommissioners March 21
Afisi'usor 's Meeting - March 21
FXster , April 2.
Nil ! age Klcction , April 4.
District t onrt April 10.
New spring shirt waists at T.
White Ash Soap at Farnham
A full line of feed ahvars on h
Frank E. Witt was in town fi
Brownlee Saturda } ' .
T. C. Hornby has a. fine line of i
styles in men's shirts.
New York apple butter for sale
Farnham & Dikeman's. 3
Sadie De\ver , of Woodlake , visi
in town a few daTs last week.
C. L. Dotson , of Hay Springs ,
in town on business , Tuesday.
Notice Iva Efner's advertisem
of millinery opening the 25th.
D. Stinard is closing out all
heavy goods suits , overcoats , etc
The Presbyterian parsonage wil
built as soon as the weather perm
Work on the Atkinson & North
railway was commenced last Th
W. F. Morgareidp-c and John L <
stockmen of Simeon , are in town
U. G. Dunn built a 65 barrel t ;
this week for D. D. Dunn of the nc
D. C. Nelson fell while going to
store at Cody last Friday , and br
Call and examine T. C. Hornl
large dry goods stock. No trouble
Wanted 1,000 bushels of she !
corn and 500 bushels of oats at W.
E. J. DeBell , of Rosebud , is rec <
ing about 35,000 pounds of merch
disc this week.
Rev. Sloan will preach in the P ]
byterian church one week from S
day , March 25.
W. T. Kincaid returned from I
Springs Tuesday morning , much
proved in health.
To Cure n Cold In One ! ) ny.
Take Laxative IJromo Quinine Tablets.
ilru isla refund money if it tails to cure. !
The genuine has L. 13. Q. on each tablet.
Archie Carpender and sisters Ma
and Matie , of Johnstown , were
town Saturday on land-office busine
For sale , or will trade for cattle ,
desirable house and lot in the we
2rn part of Valentine. Apply at t
Miss Iva Efner returned Mend
night from Omaha where she h
been biryinjj her spring millinc
Wm. and Dave Steadman are
; own from their place near Pa
They report cattle in first-rate c <
C. F. Cooper , of Oasis , was in to
; he first of the week. Charley is o
) f those jolry good souls one alws
ikes to meet.
L. L. Trogdon and I. B. Nichols ,
Lavaca. were in town Saturday. T
axt named made final proof on ]
J. H. Quigley last week closed
leal between Jas. Pett3'crew a
EEeine & Kroeger , of Hooper , for
lead of cattle.
Mrs. A. B. Bruner , of West Foil
vas in town Tuesday morning on h
vay to Rosebud to visit her daughti
Urs. E. J. DeBell.
Born , Sunday morning , to I.
Jtotts and wife at Cody , a bounci :
> aby boy , democratic in principh
Dr. Compton attending.
The mortgage record for Februa
hews one farm mortgage for 84
iled and one for $300 satisfied ; o
: own mortgage for 8350 was file
Chattel mortgages to the number
4 for $26,740 were filed , and 26 f
22,537 were released.
y John G. Wooley , the noted pro !
lition orator , lectured to a lar
.udience at the M. E. church la
light. His talk was eloquent and ;
ds points were good. He scored t
irofessing Christian who voted t
Id party tickets rather vigorous !
) wing to lack of space we are n
.ble to report hie talk more fully.
Clothing at the lowest prices at
A first-class saddle horse for sale
Farnham & Dikeman.
A farm to rent to a farmer for c
or three years , cash or grain re
Call at this office for particulars.
Best insurance in the state at h
the usual cost on your houses , bar
grain , hay or stock. I. M. Rice , A
I. B. Nichols , of Cod } , was in to
Saturday proving up on a piece
land ; Frank Devine and L. L. Tr >
don accompanied him as witnesses.
Agent McChesney and a squad
Indian police came over from Ro
bud Sunday and took home with th
some $20,000 or $30,000 of Uncle Sai
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Whittecar ;
the proud parents of a little daugh
born Friday , March 3 , 1899. Motl
and child doing nicely. Ainswoi
Valentine has a coal famine on
count of the blockade on the Ch
enne Northern over which no freij
has passed for thirty days. Fischei
Ludwig have had coal on the re
since February 4th.
A dispatch from Norfolk to 1
World-Herald , March 10 , says : 1
store of John Steinbrecker was
tered last night and about 150 pa
of shoes stolen. Entrance was eile
ed through the front doors by me ;
of a kej' . No arrests have } 'et b <
There has been some disconnect
ot the county treasurer's office late
several parties paying their taxes
the 4th and receiving notices da
the 10th that they would be distres
unless they came forward and p
up. Let us have better connect
at the central office.
Mrs. B. B. Davis was operated u ]
Tuesday for a complaint of 1 (
standing. The operation was a m
delicate one but it was successfi
accomplished and her many frie
will be pleased to learn that she
improving rapidly and will leave
hospital in about a week. Chad :
It is reported that Mr. and W
Downing formerly residents of t
place have each received , throu
the death of relatives , a sum of m
ey amounting to several thousa
dollars , and that they will return
Ainsworth the best place on eartl
to invest their wealth in property
Albeit Metzger , Newton , was
town last Friday transacting bi
ness , principallv at the land offi
Metzger Bros , are continually addi
to their already large ranch , and .
was having records made while ht
for more ' 'lieu lands" they h
bought. Will Metzger is still in t
eastern part of the state looki
after the affairs of his father , TV
died a few weeks ago.
People are becoming decidet
tired of hearing men blowing abc
how the } ' are "going to lick" someoi
We chased around two hours tether
other day expecting to see a scr
between two men who were talki
Eight , and then didn't get an item.
isn't right to keep the editor in si
pense , and the next time we hear t1
fellows bluffing we hope the inarsli
ivill either arrest them or make 'e
Col. A. L. Towle , receiver of tl
Valentine land-office , was in the ci
Tuesday shaking his O'Neill frien
3y the hand and reviewing remin
; ences of days agone when he wi
? ene Cress , John Golden , Lew Sha
icr and Judge Gillespie used to ph
> sophise together on religion , politi
tnd human nature , quote poetry a ]
> lay whist. The colonel is as pla
aid portly as ever , has lost none
lis sociability , and his repertoire
itories is full and complete. He
: ver welcome to O'Neill. Independe
It appears from the Whitman Si
: hat County Attorney Morrissey. i
Cherry county , an old Chadron boy ,
mrsuing a conservative policy in h
ifficial capacity which is bound
vin admiration for him from his co
itituents. Like conditions as ai
nentioned in this connection confroi
; very county attorney and he is
vise one who uses his own judgmei
ind throws cold watei on the a
empts of meddlesome parties to see
evenge on their enemies through tl
neans of the county attorney. Cha
on Journal ( rep. )
E. E. Humphreys , of the Ha
Springs Leader , was in town Monda
.nd purchased a news press of th
> ffice. Bro. Humphreys had not bee
n Valentine since June 1897. and w :
ery much surprised at the progrei
ur town had made in that time. B
5 one of the newspaper b'hoys
.re always glad to see , even if li
oes snore in his sleep , and stay ov
intil four o'clock a. m. , when awa
torn home. But say , didn't we ri
olve to fix Burleigh and Miles ne ?
une when we meet in Ainswortl
? he newspaper man who misses th
text meeting of the E. V. E. A. wi
lisa one of the opportunities of a lii
ou cpcm3aw ) -vuc
abPve eb I'otf
motto / -
we a/re wow
All our Heavy Weight Suits , Our prices on Boots and Shoes
Dvercoats and Fur Coats , in men's are lower than anybody's , quality
soys' and children's , go at a sacri and fit considered , and \ve have all
fice. btyles and sizes.
Our spring stock will soon be Practical Tailoring in all its
511 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
In addition to this I have just received a ear of
"WIND MOTOE" WIND MILLS
Which I am selling very cneaply
Try me before buying anything in my line elsewhere
Valentine. Nebraska D. S. Ludwig
SATURDAY , MARCH 25
Sailors and AYalkinc Hats in the newest shapes , and a splendid line of
PATTERN HATS the latest in STYLE AND EFFECT
Will bo shown
Ve will be
'leased to see you
A Chance For Trouble.
There is blood on the moon at 01
near Pullman. A correspondent oJ
the Whitman Sun named ' 'Toodler. '
says of the Pullman correspondenl
who styles himself "Meddler : ' '
"He will probably get a chance tf
put up a talk for himself before
man } * moons and will' eventually
bring up where he belongs , and it
will not be in a place where they al
low a man to wear his hair "a la' !
Wild William stj-le : where he will be
compelled to wear a suit of a differ
ent cut and color than the one he
wore when he was admitted to the
bar of the state of Illinois. "
This is equivalent to a challenge to
mortal combat , and if "Meddler" and
"Toodler" don't mix up with each
other pretty soon it will be because
each is afraid of the other.
Cherry C unty Live Stock Exchange.
J. H. Quigley and G. A. Chapman
haye organized an institution which
they call the Cherry Count- Live
Stock Exchange , and solicit the pat
ronage of the ranchmen through the
columns of this paper. Their busi
ness will be conducted somewhat on
the lines of a real estate agency , the
object being to furnish buyers to
those who wish to sell stock , and sell
ers to those who wish to buy. Stock
may be listed with them for sale ,
and if a sale is made thev expect the
small commission of 1 per cent , for
their trouble. No fee if sale is not
ma.de. Likewise buyers can make
their wants known to the firm , and
the } ' will try to secure such stock as
is wanted. As it costs nothing to
make your wants known , we would
advise our patrons to patronize the
W. H. Carter drove down from Cody
and Sundayed with his sister , Mrs.
John Shore. He informed us that he
disposed of two of his claims , one to
Gunderson and the other to Anderson.
Five Pianos to Be Slaughtered.
W. C. English , representing A.
Hospe , the Omaha piano dealer , will
be in Valentine April 3rd with a line
line of Pianos. Prices and terms will
be made that will sell these goods.
See him. for four days only , at Dono-
Ulilt I'rlcfH for Feed.
Brnn , bulk 50c per cwt $9 00 ton
Shorts bulk GOc per cwt $11.00 ton
Screenings 40c " $7.00"
ChopFeed 70c " $13.00"
Corn 65c "
Oats $1.00 " ,
Taken ujt Entrtyn.
Taken up by the m ! er < 5jned on his place
twelve miles northwest uf Valentine , about Oc
tober l. one brown mare , weight about 1,000
pounds' , branded lazy S on left hip and X on
njIit lib- . One bay marc U-veure old. branded
half circle I * C D. A. KKU.OOO.
0 IJritt ebraska.
Strui/ed or $ teen
From my place , twelve miles northeast
of Valentine , on black mare branded
) ii left hip. une hind foot white , weight
ibout 1,100. Iteward for information.
MAUTIX UKCKEH , Valentine , Neb
Strayeil or Stolen.
One brown 4-yr old mare , weight about 900 ,
ight hind foot white , branded O on left shoul-
One black mare 3-vr old with white snot in
orehead ; same brand. Address W. H. SKLLKIU
C Gallop. Neb
One white-faced heifercomingtwom
he spring , branded J on left side
ind M on left hip. Liberal reward is
iffered by Chris Jensen , Gallop , Jleb.
Ext ray \oticc.
Taken up bv the subscriber iivinj ; twelve
liles southwest oi Cody on section 3. township
i. range 35 , one light yniy mare 10 or 11 years
Id , weight about 750. no marks or brands to be
een. said mare came nto my premises about
lie 15th of August , 1808 , and has been to my
remibes continually since.WILLIAM
Taken up October 8,1803 , ten miles south of
oay. Nebraska , one white eow bran , ea
n left side and one red calf with no brand U
akenupby GKORGE BAKKES
From range on Snake Kivtr. tliree head of
ittle , one branded J O on left side ; one two.
sar old branded on left side ; one yearling
randed BII on right side and has left ear split
G W. A. SflEL-BOUKN , Keuwxiy.