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49 4 49 ? NEW SUMM GODS ftft ftft ftft
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4 ? Our stock of Dry Goods , Shoes , ftft
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49 Hats , Caps , Trunks , Yalises , Cloth- ftft
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4 ? ing and Gents Furnishings has been ftft
4 ? replenished throughout and we now ftft
49 have some of the best values ever ftft ftft
49 offered for the money. ftft ftft
49 Get our pj'ices on Groceries- ftft ftft
49 49 49 49 RED FRONT ftft ftft ftft ftft
49 VALENTINE NEBRASKA ft
CLOTHING : BOOTS : SHOES
Our summer j line X is now complete. We are better pre
pared to fill the wants of customers than ever before
Our prices are made on the lowest cash basis. Prac
tical tailoring in connection. All work guaranteed
D. Stinard , Clothier.
STILL BOIL 'EM L.
And will for two or three months boil
many other things , among them Buckeye
Mowers and Repairs and cutting parts for
any and all makes of machines. I also
handle Binding Twine in season. Wagons
and spring wagons always on hand. Am
prepared to do all kinds of blacksmithing ,
wagonmaking and painting. Brand mak
ing a specialty.
SUCCESSORS TO THEO. TILLSON ,
WE HAVE RECENTLY DOUBLED THE SIZE OF OUR BARN
A. M. MORBISSET
VALENTINE , NEB
WATCH x MAKER
Carries a full line of ster
ling silver novelties
0. A. WELLS J. B. WELLS
Valentine , Nebraska
Practices irf District Court and U. 8. Laud
Office. Real Estate and itancu Property
bought and sold. Bonded Abstractor.
A. N. COMPTON
Office at Quigley's Drug Store.
J. S. ESTABROOK
All work executed with promptness
Office at Estabrook Honse on Cherry St.
VALENTINE , NEB-
J. C. DWTEE. E. II. DWTER.
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
A Private Hospital ,
For the Treatment of Diseases
All Kinds of Surgical Oper
VALENTINE , - -
ROBEBT GOOD , Editor and Publisher
Per Year in Advance
PUBLIUHED EVERY THURSDAY.
Entered at t h e Post-office at Valentine. Cherry
county. Nebraska , 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.
I. C. Stotts , of Cody , visited in the
city , Sundar.
Large invoice of shoes af cost , at
R. Hansen starts a vegetable ad in
this week's paper.
The Boardman roundup was com.
pleted last Saturday.
Fine line of Mackintoshes on sale at
Farnham & Dikeman's. 10
E. R. Vandegrif t of Brownlee was a
city visitor , Saturday.
Jim Dahlman was in town Friday
on his way to Rosebud'
New York apple butter for sale at
Farnham & Dikeman's , 3-2
Nels Rowlev was in from the Board
man , tne first of the week.
B. F. Carter , stock solicitor for the
F. E. , was in town Monday.
A. H. Davis , of North Platte , is in
town today on legal business.
We will sell shoes at cost for the
next thirty days. E. McDonald.
Joe Yeast went to Arabia Sunday
to look after his cattle interests.
Mrs. Bowring has moved into her
new house on north Cherry street.
Handsomely decorated China ware
given away , at W. A. Pettycrew's.
A fine lot of fence posts for sale.
Max E. Viertel , Crookston , Nebraska
W. A. Crane of Merriman dropped
a dollar in the subscription slot Mon
G. H. Reinert will leave in the
morning for a visit with relatives in
O. V. P. Stout and Ray D. Hubbard
of Lincoln , registered at The Donoher
Don't fail to see those hand painted
dishes. Absolutely given away , at
W. A. Pettycrew's. 22
A. E. Thacher went to Omaha Sun-
da y for a week's vacation. George
Campbell also went.
Anyone wishing horses broke to
ride or drive , call on Amos Strong ,
Valentine , Nebraska. 19
J. A. Sparks was under the weather
a trifle last week and came down from
Cody Friday to recuperate.
The county commissioners a're in
session this week checking up the
books of the county treasurer. " *
J. W. Munshower and family have
moved to Cody , where J. W. has been
wo rking for the last few weeks.
G. H. Q. SMITH House and carriage
painter. Shop corner of Hall and
Catherine streets , Valentine , Nebr.
The meeting of the village council
which was to have been held Monday
evening was indefinitely postponed.
This is no baking powder scheme ,
but genuine hand painted China ware
given away , at W. A. Pettycrew's.
The Rev. J. C. Sloan held services J
at the Presbyterian church Sunday
an d Tuesday morning went to Lincoln ,
About 400 people attended the cele
bration at Kennedy last week , and at
the dance in the evening 90 numbers
. ' v
J. F. Estes and family , of Rosebud ,
have been at The Donoher the past R
week , while having dental work done n
by Dr. Wells.
J. F. Goad , Jr. , state bank examin
er , came up from Omaha Monday and t
is now spending a couple of days with w
Dr. Belt , at Rosebud. wk
W. F. Morgareidge and wife are at
The Donoher this morning on their e
way home to Simeon after spending tlw
their honeymoon in the west. w
John Brown came over from Rose
bud Saturday , and Sunday morning tl
started for Hot Springs , Arkansas , to 3f
take a month's treatment for stomach t ;
NOTICE.- Parsons , the photograph
er , will close his gallery in Valentine
October 1,1899. All those wishing
work done should call before Septem
ber 12th. C
"Micky'- Ward and Jas. McVe3r wi hiSi
go to the soldiers' home at Grand Si
Island in a few days , necessary action \ tcw
having been taken by the county w
commissioners , yesterday. p <
We want contracts for building
ditches and guarantee satisfaction.
Top of ditch 3i feetcbottom 14 inches :
depth from 16 to 24 inches. Call on
or address Lane & Smith , Codjy Ne clCl
braska. . 19.
The recent rains practically insure
the corn crop.
* J. W. Stetter shipped a carload of
hogs this morning. -
Joe Kennedy and Tom McLean were
in town from Brownlee on business ,
P. W. Pruden and sonjvere in town
from Merriman this week on business
before the local land office.
. C. B. Ricketts of Merriman entered
the ranks of the professors this week
by paying up his subscription.
The best 'mutual ' insurance com
panies in the state are represented
by I. M. Rice. Get your insurance at
Woodruff Ball and his friend , E. H.
Van Schaick left Sunday morning for
a visit with friends and relatives in
Pete DeCory shipped a car of horses
from this point a few days ago which
is said to be as fine a bunch as was
ever loaded here.
Surveyor Estabrook ran lines for a
number of parties near Arabia this
week , so there will be no dispute dur
ing the haying season.
Elmer Crane was down from Eli
precinct on school business the first
of the week and reports everything
flourishing on the river.
Jos. Pogue was in town from his
place south of Woodlake the first of
} he week on business , with which he
managed to mix a little pleasure.
Ed Clakey , inspector for the South
Dakota stock association and Jim
Gillaspie came in from the roundup
in the Gillaspie neighborhood , Mon
Dr. H. P. Belt was in the city Tues
day on his way home from a business
trip to St. Louis , New York , Boston ,
and other points. He says he prefers
Rosebud to Boston.
If the young men who are responsi
ble for the broken window in the
Episcopal church would have it re
placed people would have a much
higher opinion of them.
A lengthy petition praying to have
the Woodson bridge moved is being
considered by the commissioners and
mav result in having a new bridge
built near John Borman's.
Ki Browh wants some of your hotel
patronage , and he doesn't hesitate to
ask for it. Try him once , and see if
he don't give you more than your
money's worth. Opposite the court
A. M. Birchard , of Nenzel , who has
about 65 purebred Durhams on his
ranch , was in the city yesterday. So
far as we know He is the only raiser
of pure bred Durham cattle in this
Ed Sweeney of Belle Fourche S. D. ,
sheriff of Butte county and oce a res
ident of this county , visited here Sun
day with his brother-in-law and sister ,
Ed Parry and wife , while on his way
to Sioux Falls.
H. W. Bishop , of near Norden , has
purchased the feed stable of Theo.
Tillson , and will make this his home
in the future. He will move his fam
ily j into the McDonald property with
in a few weeks.
E. J. Davenport built a new 12-foot
sidewalk on the south side of his store
building this week. This is an exam
ple which should be followed by other
business men , and that right speedily
if damage suits are not to result.
Thursday evening the Odd Fellows
installed Ed Clarke as Noble Grand
and H. Zeilian as vice grand of their
lodge , E. J. Davenport acting as in
stalling . officer. The. ceremony was
followed by supper at the Valentine
tBob Gillaspie and Ira Richardson f
were in town from Chesterfield Sat
urday completing their land deal , and
Ira informed us that he will move to
ock county this week. He will not
move his cattle , however until after
Pete DeCory has returned from his
trip ] to Iowa with a car of horses , and
will go next week with two more car
loads. He says he realized almost -50
per cent more for his stock than he
expected. : We have all along said
that horses were good property and.
we are pleased to note this good sale.
We were pleased Monday to have
the good fortune to see a photograpa
the'recent Brown county twister ,
taken from a roof in Longpine by F. Q
. Winkley. The photograph shows
the storm cloud very distinctly , and
ivas in the possession of the Rev. J.
. Bates when we saw it.
An * 'echo" meeting of the recent
Christian Endeavor convention was
held at the Presbyterian church last
Sunday afternoon and was largely attended - '
tended also by members of the Ep- tle
ivorth League. Many interesting pa- e ;
pers were read followed by discussion
che subjects treated. A union
neeting of the two societies was held
the evening , and an adjournment
vas afterward taken to the Methodist
hurch where the Rev. O. S. Baker
conducted regular services. .
Good cooks , good beds , good rooms , good service and good provisions
Try us once and you will come again
$1.00 per day Opp. Court House
H. K. BROWN , PROP
Wide Tire Wagons
'Are acknowledged to be the best and to meet the growing
demand I ordered and
HAVE JUST KECEIVED A CAK LOAD
In addition to this I have just received" car of
"WIND MOTOR" WIND MILLS
Which I am selling very cneaply
Try me before buying anything in my line elsewhere
YalentiiiCj Nebraska D. S. Ludwig
Ever compare the expense of a city store with the expense of
a country store ? Look at their high rents , water taxes , heavT
insurance , and a dozen other items that a country store don't
have. Then does it look reasonable that they can sell you
goods cheaper than we can. If you are ready for your spring
purchase come in and see our stock and get our prices. Will
you be one to keep your money at home ?
MAX E , V'ERTEL '
Agent for Pasteur Blackleg Vaccine. Crookston , Nebraska
CITIZENS - MEAT - MARKET
GEO. G. SOHWALM. PROP.
This market always keep a supply of
H - FRUIT - AN
In addition to a first-class line of Steaks , Roasts , Dry Salt Meat *
Smoked Hams , Breakfast Bacon and Vegetables
At Blotter's Old Stand on Main Street , VALENTINE , NEBRASKA
H HEADQUARTERS FOR j >
3 WINES , LIQUORS AND GIG , RS &
* < g $
* < Of the Choicest Brands ft
W VALENTINE , , , NEBRASKA &
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Headquarters for this section of the state is found at my
place. Deering mowers and rakes are admitted to be
the best. I also handle Rushford wagons and Robinson
buggies , in addition to a full line ofharnoss | and saddles
ATTORNEY AT LAW
) ffice over T. C. Hornby's store
rALENTINE - J EBRASKA
Selling at Cost
Here is your chance to purchase
11 kinds of goods at cost. For
Lie next 30 days we will sell our
ntire stock boots , shoes , bits ,
aps , dry goods , etc. , at cost.
Strnycfl or Stolen.
Several head of horses and cat-
.iijos Strong , Valentine , Neb.
In County Court , Cherry County. Nebraska.
In the matter of the estate of Ernest3 ears , de
Charles Sears having Hied in mv office a p -
tition for the of
appointment David Stinard as
administrator of tut ; estate of Ernest Sears , de
ceased , all persons interested in said estate will
take notice that I have fixed Saturday. July 22 ,
1899. at 10 o'clock a. m. as the time and my of
fice in Valentine , Cherry county , as the place
for rearing said petition , at which nine and
place all persons interested tn sa.d estate mar
apueas tnd show cause if any there be why such
administrator should no : be appointed.
Witness my band and the seal of the County
- - Court this 5th day of July isto
btAL W. K. 1UWNE.
< * CVuuty Judge.
Taken up , at my place about 4 miles east of
Fort 2 iobrara , May UG. one sorrel bald.farrd
gelding , 5 years old , and one bay m.irej
2 years old , both branded on left shoulder
Taken up by the undersiirned at Ills place in
> vood Lake precinct , onw sorrel horse brandrd \
One dun , 10 yrs old , weight 1,000pounds ; One
sorrel mare branded X. ( J vears old , weight NX ) :
one brown animal , j. branded 8 , 0 years old
weight. 750 pounds. L. L. DAVIS.
6-5 Aralia ,