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About Western news-Democrat. (Valentine, Neb.) 1898-1900 | View Entire Issue (July 27, 1899)
INEW L , ; GOODS 0 *
49 ' Our stock of Dry Goods , Shoes ,
4 ? 'Hats , Caps , Trunks , Valises , Clothing 2 *
49 ing and Gents Furnishings has been
49 replenished throughout and we now
49 have some of the best values ever
49 5 *
49 offered for the money.
49 Get our prices on Groceries-
49 49 49 REDF NT
49 2 *
49 VALENTINE NEBRASKA
Our summer | line is now complete. We are better pre
pared to fill the \vants 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.
T * B c 8 Ff \ I I
TILL BOIL IL
And will for two or three months boil
many other things , among them Buckeye
Movers 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.
E. BREU DER
SUCCESSORS TOTHEO.TILLSON ,
WE HAVE RECENTLY DOUBLED THE SIZE OF OUR BARN
A. M. MORRISSET
VALENTINE , NEB
WATCH x MAKER
Carries a full line of stcr-
- , '
lin < r silver novelties
C. A. WELLS J. B. WKLLS
r M. " YALCOTT
Valentine , Nbraska
Practices in District ConrtVjiud JI. S. Land
Office. Beal Estate and JteVli lyoperty \
bought and sold. Bouded Absiracter. '
' * >
A. N. OOMPTON
Office at Quigley's Drug Store.
J. S. ESTABROOK
All work executed with promptness
and accuracy vi
Office atEstabrook House ou Cherry St. vifi
VALENTINE , NEBila j
J , C. DW TER. E. H. D WYER.
DWYEE BEOS. ive
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS de
A Private Hospital , be
For the Treatment voj Diseasest
All Kinds of Surgical Oper- ! Tc [
ations Successfully ae
PALENIINE , - ' HJKBBABK
BOBEBT GOOD , Editor and Publisher
& 1.OO Per Yeur in Advance
PUBLIUMED 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'subocribers until a definite ortaer
co discontinue is received and all ar
rears are paid in full.
Reece and Bice.
L.L. Raisins $1.75 per box 'at T. C.
Large invoice of shoes af cost , at
New crop Evapora ted Apricots at
T. C. Hornby's. 37
John Bachelor was in town from
Kennedy , Saturday.
Fine line of Mackintoshes on sale at
Farnham & Dikenaan's. 10
Go-carts and overalls for babies are
the fashion at present.
New York apple butter for sale at
Farnham & Dikeman's. 3-2
D. C. Nelson was in the city Satur
day on the Bailey case.
M. S. Conover , of Stuart , registered
at The Donoher Monday.
Tents , 'Paulins and Haymakers'
supplies , at T. C. Hornby's. 27
J. E. West , of Rushville , was in
town the first of the week.
The Presbi'terians held a picnic on
the G. A. R. grounds , Tuesday.
We will sell shoes at cost for the
next thirty days. E. McDonald.
Ed. Blakey and Bob Gillaspie went
to Hot Springs , Saturday night.
Handsomely decorated China ware
given awa3r , at W. A. Pe ttycrew's.
A fine lot of fence posts for sale.
Max E. Viertel , Crookston , Nebraska
The Junior League served ice cream
and lemonade in a tent on Main street
A number of half breeds and In.
dians are here from Pine Ridge to see
The Hon. Jas. Morris , ' 'well known
here , is a candidate for treasurer of
The first trainload of cattle this
seeson left the west part of the county
Amos Strong will sell his cattle and
go into the sheep business up the
Jim Hudson , one of the strongest
popocrats in Sparks precinct , was in
Don't fail to see those hand painted
dishes. Absolutely given awa3r , at
W. A. Pettycrew's. 22
Everybody's clock is fast when it
gets sprinkling time , and generally
stops before 8 o'clock.
The editor and daughter Nellie
made a visit to friends in Ainsworth
and Longpine , Sunday.
D. A. Campbell and wife came up
from Lincoln Sunday nifht to visit
their ranch a few days.
John Neiss took his new hounds to
his ranch , the rear end of last week.
They cost him about $180.
Fred Folks has resigned his position S"
with Davenport & Thacher , and is F
clerking in his father's store. FM
Dr. Nicholson went home to Ains M
worth Sunday to prepare for the re
turn of his family from Lincoln. m
E. J. Davenport went to Omaha PC
Sunday to have a confab with Sena ofi
tor Thurston and other notables. ofl >
G. H. Q. SMITH House and carriage th :
painter. Shop corner of Hall and es :
Catherine streets , Valentine , Nebr. esAi
This is no baking powder scheme ,
but genuine hand painted China ware th
given away , at W. A. Pettycrew's. stc
FOR SALE Team of work mares , Ai
weight about 1200 each , also horse , br
weight 1400. Enquire at this office. las
Jim Childers and Jack Barnes .
visited the hub , Fridaj' . It is hard to .
find : any fatter or jollier pair thanc
Jack ; and Jim.
C. F. Martin has closed the steam >
laundry , owing to ill health , but it is
expected to be opened again in a few
3ays by eastern parties.
We were in error last week when Ion
stated that M. S. Welch , would is
run a livery stable. His barn will be the
levoted strictly to feed business. offl
NOTICE.- Parsons , the photograph-
, will close his gallery in Valentine Coc
Dctober 1,1899. All those wishing ofl :
vork done should call before Septem- gar
12th. wh (
We want contracts for building
litches and guarantee satisfaction. our
"op of ditch 3i feetbottom 14 inches ; I run
lepth from 16 to 24 inches. Call on' ' ? i .j
address Lane & Smith Ne
, Cody ' , j OUr !
iraska. 19 gan
Go to T. C. Hornby's for Clothing-
He has the largest stock and lowest
A good second hand Kimball organ
for sale at a reasonable price. In
quire at this office. 27-8
C. P. Jordan was in town the first
of the week on his way home to Rose
bud from Hot Springs.
T. D. Perrine is in town this week
looking after business for a South
I" j Omaha " commission firm.
Dean Efner assisted us in getting
out this week's paper. Dean is about
as good a typo as can be found along
Not less than twenty people have
told us they heard we had sold out to
George Reinert. Wonder who started
J. G. Stetter has been in Rocky
Ford , Colorado , this week , called
there on account of the death of his
A. H. Metzger was in from the
ranch Saturday as a witness in the
Bailey case. He reports everything
fine southwest , and says the hay crop
is very good.
Mrs. Sam Hudson has been danger
ously ill at the home of John Shore
this week , with cancer of the stomach
but at present writing is thought to
be improving in health.
E. E. Edwards , Peter Peterson ,
Robert McCarty and Wm. Enlow
came down from Gordon Monday on
business before the land office. Mc
Carty is contesting Foley's tree claim.
Burt Hammond spent Saturday
night and Sunday in Ainsworth. Burt
said he went down to see ' 'the boys , "
but he winked when he said it. ( We
don't blame Burt , 'cause she's a fine
The hay crop seems to be heavier
in the west portion of the county than
anywhere else. While the crop is
generally good in all parts of the
county , it will not be so large as last
Major Wood of Norden who has
been so very sick at Dr. Dwyer's Hos
pital has returned home very much
improved in health. Although his
life had been despaired of , Dr. Dwyer
says he has made remarkable recov
J. C. Welles and wife , one of tihe
principal stockholders of Atkinson &
Norchern Railway and the new town
of Boyd Co. , passed through Norden
this week enroute for Valentine , to
make their permanent residence.
T. J. Foley and -W. B. Thomas of"
Omaha . were in town yesterday visit
ing friends. The former runs a bar
in Omaha which is known to every
body in the northwest as ' 'Foley's '
Place , " and the latter an old time
friend of Bro. Barker.
Squire Jones was kicked by a horse
Monday and it was thought for a
while seriously hurt , but finally it
was found that two ribs had been
broken and his teeth badly jammed ,
but no serious results are feared.
Ainsworth Home Rule.
Grant Spain's little boy accident
ally drank some carbolic acid at his
home near Kennedy last Friday , and
was immediately brought to town ,
where under the treatment of Dr.
Compton . he speedity recovered from
the effects of the burning poison.
About twenty ladles and gentlemen
enjoyed a horseback ride Monday
evening , starting from The Donoher ,
going ( up Spring canyon and through
Fort < Niobrara. The ride was followed
by a Vienna lunch at the home of
Mrs. Chas. Sparks , at about 10:30 : p.m.
Uncle Jake Wolfe , state land com-
nissioner , was here yesterday dis
posing of school lands. He auctioned
ff about half of the 33,000 acres
ffered. He says he disposed of every
icre offered in Keya Paha and that
he sale in Brown has been the poor-
st of any he has attended so far.
Uns worth Journal.
Jack Heelan captured Wm. Witt ,
he young man who is accused of
tealing a horse and saddle near
Arabia a few weeks ago , near Nio-
rara ; , and brought him to Valentine J
ist Thursda3He waived examina-
ion at the preliminary hearing and
default of $500 bonds is now board-
at the Hotel de Strong. L
HOTEL FOR SALE Best location in
febraska for business. Lunch coun-
in connection. Hotel close to de-
and can be run as a firstclass
ouse with profit if desired. Present
ivner is unable owing to his age to
inger continue the business , which
increasing. Must be sold within
next thirty da3's. Enquire at this
fice. < 26-7
The Valentine ball team went to all
3d3T Saturda3' to teach the cowboys
that place , how to play the national
ime. The game was a hot one and enl
hen completed the score stood 31 to caj
in favor of Valentine , although
boys say they made at least 50
ns. The3' registered a horrible kick
the umpire , and say the3r received
rty treatment all around. Cody ] <
ght to come here and play a return }
tine. . ' Am
THE OLD ENTINE
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
VaLENTINE , NEBR.
Wide Tire Wagons
Are acknowledged to he the best and to meet the crowing :
demand I ordered and
HAVE JUST RECEIVED A CAB LOAD
In addition to this 1 have just received a car of
"WIND MOTOK" WIND MILLS
AYhich I am selling very cneaply
Try me before buying anything in my line elsewhere
Valentine. Nebraska D. S. Ludwig
That's what we want you to
do get posted on our stock before
If you do we'll be glad of it ,
because we can save you some
money. We don't mean that we
will sell you a very poor article at
a very low price. We don't do
business that way.
We mean that the prices on
the best goods are the lowest that
you can get.
Come and see.
Pasteur Agent Blackleg for A7accine. AX E , VIERTEL
We have some good horses for sale Crookston , Nebraska
GEO. G. SCHWALM , PROP.
This market always keeps a supply of
In addition to a Brst-class line of Steaks , Roasts , Dry Salt Meata
Smoked Jlams , Breakfast Bacon and Vegetables
At Stetter's Old Stand on Main Street. VALENTlNE
P PAT APR QAT fcfr
i-j IOJ .r\VjJD LL/wV/1N 63-
| W-'rea ! ; LIQUORS AP4D GIG " C1.j fc f > >
Of the Choicest Brands fci 21 4J
Headquarters for this section of the state is found at my nr
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 offhaniess and saddles
M , BATES
ATTORNEY AT LAW
lice over T. C. Hornby's store
Selling at Cost
Here is * * chance
30111 to purchase
kinds of goods at cost. For
} next 30 days we will sell our
tire stock boots , shoes , hats ,
35 , dry goods , etc. , at cost.
Stfftyeil or Stolen.
everal'liead of horses and catft , , . *
os Strong , Valentine , Neb.H
J. A. HOOTOX
Recently opened and newly furnished.
Xot a restaurant , but a hotel.
1.00 PER DAY
The best of viands and treatment given
to our patrons.
First Door South of Bank of Valentine
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FIRST CLASS MILL
I have established a Feed and Saw Mill
miles south ef Cody , at theStS \ of
Canyon , and
am now prepared
to KruidFee.1. Corn AIeal and Graham
cr turn out all
kinds of Lumber and di
mension siuff. and Native Shimrles
-e cs a trial order.
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