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About Western news-Democrat. (Valentine, Neb.) 1898-1900 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 14, 1899)
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49 away down prices. Don't fail to look at them
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That's what we want you to
do get posted on our slock before
If you do we'll be glnd of it ,
because we can save you some
money. We don't mean that we
will sell you a very poor article sit
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.
Agent for MAX VlERTEL
Pasteur Blackleg Vaccine. .
We have some good horses for sale Crookston , Nebraska
Successor to W ALOOTT & STEVENSON"
WE HAVE RECENTLY DOUBLED THE SIZE OF OUR BARN
A. N. COMPTON
Office at Quigley's Drug Store.
THE VALENTINE fr
WATCH / MAKER
Carries a full line of stcr-
ling silver novelties
C. A. WELLS J , B. WELLS
Cherry CotHtty Sank
in Transit at Fremont
Capacity : Sheep , covered
sheds , 24 cars ; open pens , 15,000.
Cattle 28 cars.
The place to rest and feed for
the Omaha market.
Easy run to feeding points out
Long distance telephone.
Write or wire when 3rou will ar
rive , ; to
. Fremont Stock Yards Co
J. C. DWTER. E. H. DWTER.
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
# - A Private Hospital ,
For the Treatment of Diseases
' * . " AJlSnds of Surgical Operations - '
TALENTINE , . NEBRASKA
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A. M. MOKRISSEY
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VALENTINE , NEB
F M. WALCOTT
Valentine , Nebraska
Practices in District Court and TJ. S. Laud
.Office. Heal Estate and Kancli Property
bought and sold. Bonded Abstractor
J. A. HOOTON , Prop.
Recently opened and newly furnished.
Not 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
J. S. ESTABBOOK
All work executed with promptness
Office at Estabrook Honse on Cherry St.
VALENTINE , NEB-
31 ill Prices for Feed.
Bran , bulk 5oc per cwt $10.00 ton
Shorts bulk 65e per cwt $12 00 ton
Screenings 40c " $7.00 "
Chop Feed 55c " $16.00"
Corn 70c " § 1300"
Oats 85c " § 1600 "
Strayed or Stoloit.
Several head of horses and cattle -
' _ , tlefvaded |
Amos § fcrong , Valentine , Neb.
/A diseased liver declares itself by
inorosenessSmental depression , lack
b'f energy , Restlessness , melancholy
and constipation. HERBJNE will
restore the Rver .to a healthy condi
tion. Price 50 ceuts. J. H. Quijrley ;
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EGBERT GOOD , Editor and Publisher
$1.OO Per Year in Advance
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY.
Entered at t b 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.
Go to Stinard's for bargains. 29
Remember the rally next Thursday
Brick cheese at T. C. Hornby's. 31
Cut prices on everything at D.
Hard wood fence posts. See Farn-
ham & Dikeman. ' 33
Pearl Ray , of Chadron , is visiting
here this week.
See the new line of outing flannels
at T. C. Hornby's. 31
Geo. Higgfins was up from Brownlee
on business Saturday.
A second hand base burner for sale
CHEAP. C. J. Farnhain. 33
A new sidewalk has been built in
front of the Owl saloon.
T. C. Hornby sells glass fruit jars
cheaper than anybody. 31
Sam Hudson came in from Simeon ,
Sunday , to visit his wife.
J. D. Kime of Chesterfield made us
a business call last Friday.
John Bullis is working for Rasmus
Anderson , noon and night.
Headquarters for school tablets
and pencils at Pettycrew's.
Insist on having good spices such as
are sold at T. C. Hornby's. 31
JJJJake Martin left for Washington to
be gone at least a year , Tuesday.
All kinds of feed delivered.
W. A. Pettycrew.
A dance will be given in Cornell
Hall , Friday evening. Tickets , $1.00.
See those small hams , just t'he thing
for haying , at Farnham & Dikeman's.
Goods at half price at Stinard's. 29
J. B. Sones of Gallop was a plesant
visitor at these headquaters last Fri
Freeman Brothers exhibited their
triograph pictures to a large audience
Work on the mill dam begins in
earnest today , and everybody can get
a job if he wants it.
L. W. Handy of Valentine has all
kinds of horses and mares for sale
Broken and unbroken. 27
Amos Strong shipped two car loads
of horses to Cullom , 111 ; this week to
be sold Sept. 18 and 19.
Norval Pfunder came up from Nor
folk , Tuesday night , to visit with his
parents a couple of weeks.
The treasurer is making out the de
linquent tax list , which will be pub
lished the first of October.
Jack Cronin has finished haying and
was in town Tuesday. He put up in
the nelghbornood of 1200 tons.
Mrs. Fisn Pettycrew is visiting rel
atives in Marshalitown , Iowa , and ex
pects to be gone several weeks.
C , H. Thompson went to Sioux City
Tuesday morning to attend the races ]
and other sports there this Aveek.
Just received , a fresh line of the
famous Haarmann pickles.
W. A. Pettycrew.f
G. H. Q. SMITH House and carriage
painter. Shop corner of Hall and
Catherine streets , Valentine , ISTebr.
your-jelly glasses for 35 cents
a dozen from T. C. Hornby , the same
kind that other stores ask 50 cents
E. J. Davenport went to Lincoln ,
Tuesday morning , and will remain
until after the repxiblican state con
As an external liniment of most
wonderful penetrative and curative :
power , BALLARD'S SNOW LINI
MENT is not equaled by any other in
the world. Price 25 and 50 cents. J.
Until the last Saturday in. October
189D tickets will 'be on sale at Valen
tine every Saturday and Sunday to
Hot Springs , S. D. and return at
$7.50. Tickets good returning 1 , days
from date of sale. :
Fete Decory brought 80 head of 3- t
year old steers down from his ranch
on the reservation this week , but sold
them to a buyer here for $4.15. They b
weighed 1250 pounds. He also sold a
bunch of cows at $3.20.
The most delicate constitution can n
safely use BALLARD'S -SORE-
HOUND SYRUP. It is a sure and
pleasant remedy for coughs , loss of
voice , and all throat and lung trou >
bles. Price 25 and 50 cents. J. H.
Quigley. . . . .
M , E CONFERENCE
WILL MEET IN ALLIANCE
* * NEXT YEAR
Complete Report of the Doings of North"
west Nebraska Preachers , as Taken
From Records , Together With
a List of Appointments
Preliminary to the opening of the
Northwest Nebraska Conference , the
board of examiners met on Tuesday
of last week and finished up the work
of the board , most of the examining
having been done during the"year ;
Tuesday evening was occupied by the
Rev. W. T. Smith , of the missionary
societyand right royally did he show
up himself and his work. The even
ing was closed by Bishop Warren , who
gave a number of interesting facts
concerning the work he witnessed
during his recent visit to South
'The conference proper began on
Wednesday morning , the "Bishop and
presiding elders administering the
sacrament of the Lord's Supper , af
ter the opening exercises. The con
ference was organized by re-electing
C. H. Burleigh , and his former assist
ant , A. L. Cumbow. D. J. Clark was
elected statistical secretary , V. C.
Daniels and E. C. Horn assistants , O.
L. Ramsey treasurer , and-C. E. Cqn-
nell assistant. After other and minor
business was transacted , Dr. Lewis
'Curtis addressed the conference. R.
A. Ball was appointed a committee
on postoffices , after which Question
Thirteen was taken up , and the pre
siding elders made their reports. The
following charges were reported
Chadron District : C. H. Burleigh , S.
A. Beck , ( missionary in Korea ) , D. J.
Clark , A. F. Cumbow , C. E. Connell.
Longpine District : W. O Glasner , C.
F. Smith and O. S. Baker. O. L.
Ramsey , missionary in Wyoming.
Dr. Shenk addressed the meeting in
reference to the Christian Advocate ,
and Dr. Hurd of the church extension
society also spoke. In the afternoon
the various committees got down
to work and at 3 o'clock Rev. Ramsey
delivered the missionary sermon
which was first class , and well re
ceived. The evening was devoted to
the church extension anniversary the
principal address being made by Dr.
Thursday morning Robert A. Ball
and Amos Fetzer were elected to el
ders' orders , they having finished the
conference course of study. Thos. J.
Hazel ton and Jas. S. Campbell were
continued in thfe studies of the third
year , and Jos. F. Youngman was ad
vanced to the second year. Miss Lida
Herrick , deaconess of the Omaha hos
pital , addressed the conference , and
E. E. Tarbell , superintendent of the
Wyoming mission , gave a pleasing
report of the work in his field. .Virgil
C. Daniels , Herman Harvey and Louis
Horton were called forward , address
ed by the Bishop , and after the nec
essary action had been taken by the
conference were admitted to full
membership. Fred Atkinson was dis
continued. Election of delegates to
the general conference was then pro
ceeded with and on the eleventh bal
lot Allan R. Julian was elected. On
the third ballot Philip Eighmy was
At 3 p. m. was held the anniversary
of the home missionary society , and
addresses were made by E. E. Tarbell
and Miss Herrick. Educational anni
versary was observed , addresses be
ing delivered by Rev. Kistler of the
Illinois conference , Bishop Warren
and Dr. Horst , each of which was in
teresting , helpful and inspiring.
Friday morning the Bishop used the
first half hour in a delightful talk on
the felicity and intensity of- expres
sion in the Scriptuie , and later spoke
for the Illif School of Theology. On
recommendation of the committee on .
conference relations Jas. W. Taylor
was admitted on trial. A. R. Julian
was made effective , and T. C. Balch
was placed on the superannuate list.
E. C. Horn was admitted on trial. It
was ordered that the educational colLection -
Lection be applied to the Nebraska
Wesleyan University. At this junc-
bure Alliance was chosen as the place
for holding the next session of the
onference. At the close of this ses
sion the Preacher's Aid Society met
ind transacted necessary business.
In the afternoon was held the an- r
lual meeting of the Board of Exam
iners and the conference Epworth
League. At 2 o'clock the Lay con
ference took place in the Presbytcr-
an church , when Geo. Hornby- was
elected delegate and Capt. Akers al-
ernate to the General conference. )
Saturday morning the Bishop con ;
tinued his interesting talk of the day >
3efore , and at its conclusion Dr. Rees
f the Freedmen's Aid addressed the
jrethren. A committee oa the Dea-
onnes3s Home was appointed , and a :
ittle later this and the other com-
nittees 'appointed made their re-
joits. J. A. Johnson was recom-
nended and elected to deacon's or-
lers. Delegates Hornby and West-
ver addressed the conference , after
vhich they were requested to ask
( Continued on oth page )
Formerly Valentine House
H. K. BROWN , PROP
VALENTINE , NEBR.
Good cooks , good beds- good rooms , good service and good provisions
Try ns once and you will come again
$1.00 per day Opp. Court House
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Wide Tire Wagons
Are acknowledged to be the best and to meet the growing
demand I ordered and
HAVE JUST KECEIVED A CAB LOAD
In addition to this I have just received a car of
"WIND MOTOK" WIND MILLS
"Which I am selling very cneaply
Try me before buying anything in my line elsewhere
Valentine , Nebraska D. S. Ludwig
THE STOCK EXCHANGE
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LIQUORS , WINES AND CIGARS
SPECIALTY JUG-'AND BOTTLE CUSTOM
Milwaukee , St. Louis and Fremont Beer. We solicit the trade of those who ap
preciate good wines and liquors
WALTER F. A. MELTENDORFF. PROPRIETOR
OUR MOTTO Honest Goods ; Honest Prices ; Courteous Treatment.
GEO. G. SOHWALM , PROP.
This market always keepa a supply of
In addition to a first-class line of Steaks , Koasts , Dry Salt Meats
Smoked Hams , Breakfast Bacon and Vegetables
/LtStetfer's / Old Stand on Main Street. VALENTINE , NEBRASKA
13 A A OO CAT
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| WINES , LIQUORS AND GIG. PS it
* j Of the Choicest Brands ; to
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When Visiting Valentine Stop at
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THE CITY HOTEL ,
J , A , HORNBACK , Proprietor ,
$1,00 per day , - Good Service ,
TO OPEN THE CAMPAIGN
Cyclone Davis and Colonel
Frank Eager of the 1st Nebras
kawill speak in Valentine on
Thursday afternoon , September
21 , and everybody is invited to
: ome and hear them.
A union Sunday school picnic will
&e held at Berry bridge on Saturday ,
The Crookston division of the Cher
ry county teachers * association \vill
lold a meeting September 23 , at t\vo
j'clock-.p. m. Program received too
ate for publication this week.
The commissioner informs us that
le wiil after this date shut of water
f any persons using sprinkleis at any
ime except between the hours of
:30 and 8pm , and this notice is ab-
iolute and final. '
A district reunion of.the G. A * . R. ,
omprising the counties of Brown ,
Jherry , Rock and Keya Paha will be
leld on the Chautauqua grounds at
l.ongpine for three days , commencing
September 25. Able speakers have
ieen secured , and everything la con-
Lection with the reunion will be free
o all , except4of course , entertain-
aent. . .
Valentine has improved greatly for
the last few years and now is a law-
abiding town composed of wealthy and
proserous people. The town is adorned
with churches and it has a fine lanre
school building of seven departm ents
and in every way is a desirable town to
live in. Tne store of Davenport and
Thatcher is a fine store structure of
large porportions and liglitedwith gas.
Hornby Bros , also have large store
buildings , and do an immense business.
Frank Sageser has a plesant home there
and Is still clerking in a store. Clar- ,
cnce Sageser has the best barber shod
in town and has all the work he can
do. Newport Republcan.
'North-Western Line7 is the best
to and from the
SUGAR BEET FIELDS
C. M. SAGESER ,
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Hair cutting and shaving.
HOT AND COLD BATHS ,
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