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About Western news-Democrat. (Valentine, Neb.) 1898-1900 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 28, 1899)
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rpnAT"Iu these di\s : of niisrepr.--
JL sentations. smooth talkers and Mik
liars , people have been bamboozled and
hiimhiigired till they just cun't believe
anybody. " Ajraln he pays that "It's
s'prisiii' how that air man Vicrtel kin
.sell sech an : ill fired big amount of goods
for .so little money. "
Nothing surprising about it. We buy
for cash at. bedrock prices. Then vrn
Blip the profit down to the last n-tch/and
sell for the lowest prices ever attempted.
NUTS FOK COMPETITION TO
Ib of GramiMed Sugar for . ? t 00
" Collre ( package or bulk. . . 1 00
" llice . 1 fie
" SC'rouu Raisins . 1 < X )
10 " Sultana Sei'dlc.-s Kalsins. I 00
12 " Mixed Candy . 1 co
In our -ids we only tell yon. of a very
few of ihe money .saving opportunities
tliatawait yoit beie * there areotheis"
hundreds of them. I'omc ; in < i . - > ec for
We sell Colorado and .Coal.
Also Teed mm salt.
MAX E VIERTEL
Successor to W ALOOTT & STEVENSON
WE HAVE RECtNTLY DOUBLED THE SIZE OF OUR BARN
A. N. GOMPTON
Office at Quigley's Drug Store.
0. W. MOREY
Carries a full line of sterling -
ling silver novelties
.T. C. DWTEE. E. II. D WTER.
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
A Private Hospital ,
For the Treatment of Diseases-
All Kinds of Surgical Oper
VALENTINK. - - NEBRASKA
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Fifty Jon < tr JZeicttrfl.
nr stolen from my ranch southwest
Wofiillakp. Oot < s. a work lion-ewelj.'dtaltout
I.-JOO iinnnils. ( 'oiiir.'lljrhf. with nim ; hairs.
iir.-ii1iH' < l Oj on b.ft .ilinlildfr. Ah'Mit G years
M. If Mri ' 'j | , lil'i-r.il riHvurd will I' ' * ' uivrn for
r 'luri. i fMf' ( rtlen Mill J AV . .swi for couvJc-
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VALENTINE , NEB
Valentine , Nebraska
Practices In District Court and U. S Lsirid
Office. Heal Estate and Jfancli Properly
bought aud sold. Bonded Abstractor
J.'A. nOOTON , 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. ESTABROOK
All work executed with promptness ;
Office at Estabrook IIonscoiiGimrrySl.
Several head of horses and cat-
u . j . . tlsi-"t-nled ;
Amos Strong. Vilonfinp. . Xi'K
BOBEBT GOOD , Editor and Publisher
$1.OO JPer Yeur in"Advance
PUBLISHED KVERY THURSDAY.
Entered at 1 be 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.
Magic Estate Hot Blast Heaters at
R. Anderson's tf
Jack Hooton has been appointed
marshal of the village and water rent
Live chickens wanted at Amos
Strongs meat market. tf
Mrs. I. M. Rice of Leonardville ,
Kansas , is visiting with the family of
J. E. Thackrey.
Fine line of handkerchiefs and fan
cy baskets at T. C. Hornby's.
The editor's oldest brother , Wil
liam , arrived in town Tuesday morn
ing from Newcastle. YFyoming.
Not an old style shoe in stock.
Farnham and Dikeman.
Ova Briggs , of Ainsworth , spent
Christmas with Mrs. Maggie Martin ,
returning home yesterdav evening.
All kinds of feed delivered.
W. A. Pettycrew.
Miss E. Mae Davissoncountr attor
ney of Brown , county , is visiting with
her sister , Mrs. Robert Good , this
Wanted Someone to keep horses
by the year. Address Box 4 , Merri-
man , Nebr.
Revival meetings will begin at the
Methodist church next Sunday even
ing and will continue for two or three
Our shoes are brand new. Farnham
The editor's cousin , C. F. Martin ,
delivered a very instructive sermon
at the - Methodist church , Sunday
Would like to hear from parties
having horses or sheep to trade for
Omaha real estate. Address Demo
The masquerade ball , Monda3r
night , at Cornell Hall , was very well
patronized , as are all of Jack Hoot-
Tickle your feet with a pair of new
shoes at Farnhm and Dikeman.
Brown county is preparing to fore
close all its delinquent taxes by sel
ling the land of non-residents who
have not paid up.
See the new shoes at Farnham and
Stra'ed One iron graT mare , 3
years old , half blood. Branded SF on
left shoulder. Please notify Max E.
Viertel , Crookston , Neb.
A laundi'3-inan can tellus how to
keep our linen clean , and why should
he not be able to instruct us how to
keep our souls free from dirt ?
Housekeepers can save a great deal
of labor by buying the cut citron
read } ' to use at T.C. . Hornby's.
Judge Walcott and wife made a
gallant run for the train Christmas
morning , but missed it ; hence ate din
ner at home instead of at Longpine.
All losses paid in f nil by Mutual In
surance Companies. I. M. RICE , Agt.
We neglected to mention last week
that Mrs. J. A. Carlisle had gone to
Shelbyville , Irill. , for a visit with her
brother , and will probably stay all
Have jrou had your stamp photos
taken yet ? You can get' ' them at An
drews' gallery Also one of his stamp
Fish Pettj-crew brought us a load of
logs last week. Now let some kind
friend bring in a jag of chunks , and
we will be prepared for cold weather
for a month or so.
Do you want a kodak of any kind ?
Andrews can sell you any kodak you
want. In fact anything in the photo
A Hyannis school boy defined the
heart , in his physiology lesson , as a
"peace" of lean meat. According to
this definition neither England nor
America have a heart.
Headquarters for school tablets
and pencils at Pettycrew's.
Amos Strong , proprietor of the
Valentine meat market , presented
his regular customers with line roasts ,
steaks and other choice meatsChrist-
mas morning. May he live long and
See Farnham and Dikeman about
In biliousness. Hrrbine , b3r expel-
liny from the body the excess of bile'
and acids , improves ibo Assimilative ,
processes , purifies tin1 blood.and tones
up aud btreuglht-uF the entire
Price fe ) cents. J. H. Qui l
Poster of the Ladies' Cornet Band.
Under the direction of Clarence
Sageser , who , by the way , is as pro
ficient a teacher as can be found in
this section of the state , the Valen
tine Ladies' Cornet Band is making
rapid progress. The band meets
twice a week , and the interest they
take in their work and the aptitude
displa3red for the music would make
many a band composed of men
ashamed of themselves. The instru
ments played and the members of
the band aie as follows :
Tuba Mabel Ashburn.
B Bass Ada Stinaad.
Baritone Lulu Hooton.
First Tenor Emma Carlson.
Second Tenor Sarah Simpson.
Solo Alto Elsie Sherman.
First Alto Zaida Elliott.
Second Alto Gertrude Moon.
E Cornet Alta Starr.
Solo B Cornet Myrtle Pettijohn.
First B Cornet Jessie Sageser.
Second B Cornet Ada Evarts.
Snare Drum Mabel Halm.
Bass Drum Addie Hornback.
Meeting of the Red Men.
At the last meeting of the great
council. Imp. O. R. M. . reservation of
Nebraska , held at Hastings , our fel
low townsman , C. H. Thompson , was
elected to the important position of
Great Junior Sagamore. This puts
him in direct line of promotion , and
ere long we expect to bow to his
eagle feathers and hail him as Great
Sachem. At the meeting of Sitting
Bull Tribe No. 22 , the local lodge , the
following chiefs were elected to serve
for the next six moons :
Prophet G. H. Q. Smith.
Sachem R. Anderson.
Senior Sagamore Walter Melten-
Junior Sagamore J. W. Furry.
The various chiefs willbe raised to
their stumps at the lighting of the
council lire on the eighth run of the
twelfth sun , Cold moon , G. S. D. 409.
All good Red Men are. requested to be
present and assist in the august ceremony - :
mony attending the raising up of
those worthy chiefs.
John Dillon Coming.
We take pleasure in announcing
that arrangements have been made
for the appearance of the popular
comedian , John Dillon. That he has
been engaged for one of his inimit
able performances in Valentine will
be. welcome news to all. John Dillon
is a universal favorite. Some com
edians are admired only in certain
localities. Mr. Dillon never fails to
please. He has a new plaj' this sea
son that is making a great hit. It is
called "Bartlett's Road to Seltxer-
ville" and abounds in a world of fun ,
fully interpreted by genial John and
his clever company. The date is
fixed for Thursday evening , January
Notice to Business Men.
As we write we have before us the
letterheads of two hotels , a jewelera
lumberman , a general merchant aud
a druggist , all of which were printed
away from home : and yet , if one of
our citizens should presume to send
away for merchandise , each of these
men would roar like lions. It is true
that they can get stationery cheaper
in Omaha or other cities than they
can in Valentine , but we can also buy
their goods cheaper awa } ' from home ,
and we wish to give notice right now
that if this condition doesn't change
after January 1st , we will no longer
refuse the ads of department and
other foreign stores.
County Attcrney Breaks Shoulder Blade.
While out with tne coursing club
last Sunday forenoon , Andrew Morrissey -
rissey , our county attorney , became
separated from his companions , his
horse fell and he was thrown to the
ground so violently that his left
shoulder was smashed into fragments.
The accident occurred about twelve
-miles from town , near the reservation
line , and the injured man was brought
home in a bugg } ' , when Drs. Compton
and Lewis did all they could to r < T-
store the broken bones. At present
Mr. Morrissey is getting along very
nicelybut his accident is apt to crip
ple his left arm for lite.
Christmas at the Churches.
Christmas was observed at the
churches this year in a very appro
priate manner , and nothing was left
undone to please the little ones. Ex
cellent ' programs were rendered at
both the Presbyterian and the Meth
odist churches , the latter having as a
novelty instead of the old Christmas
tree which we were taught to rever
ence , a neat log cabin with appropri
ate decorations. The first named
church was beautifully decorated
with evergreens , a very neat "gable"
fronting the choir , and the house was
filled with old and young people.
The job department of this paper
had the pleasure this week of print
ing a nice lot of wedding invitations
for Mr. and Mrs. E. Stilwell , of Sim
eon , who intend inviting their friends
t the marriage of their daughter ,
Klla , to J. C. 'Rounds ' , on January 10.
Both the contracting parties are well
ib our readers.
WILL GIVE JrOU NEW IDEAS to see our
fT Holiday Line. It is easy to select from because
it contains everything to make people happy whether
thev nreold or young , besides a complete Jeweler
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stock I have
TOYS , CHINAWARE AND
A FEW OF MY PRICES :
20-Year 35 Jewel Gents' Elgin Watch 815.00.
20-1'ear Small Size Ladies' Elgin Watch $15.00
8-Day Clock , a beauty , warranted.
Rogers Bros.3 18 7 Knives and Forks $3.G5.
Drop Head Sewing Machine $19.00.
O , W. MOREY , Jeweler ,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS 1
SOUTH OMAHA , NEBRASKA
Itonnt ION Exchange
References : t
ONION STOCK YARDS ( PACKERS' ITATIONAD
NATIONAL BANE * ' ' BA NK.
We hive : a larjio clientage among Nebraska Foedu-s am can always neat Omalia prices to
Ranch customers IF NOTIFIED BEFQKE SHIPMENT.
E HAVE JUST
oened a new
the old Barker
site the Court
1 House , and will
% call it the .
SiI I VALENTINE ME AT \ MARKET.
Wo will bo very nuicli pleased to have you try our
Steaks , Chops , Eoasts , Fries and Boiling Meats as
% they arc all the best quality.
AMOS STRONG , Proprietor
STYLE 0-PRICE , $250.00 ,
TERMS 825.00 Cash and 810.00 per Monty /
THIS PIANO HAS THE SUPERIOR HARP ATTACHMENT
Height Four leet nine inche * . Width -Five feet four iuchcs. Dej > ih Two feet three inches.
WARRANTED FOR FIVE YEARS-
OMAHA , NEBK.
THURSDAY EV'G , , JANUARY 11 , 1900
At the Opera House One Kio-ht Onlv
Everybody's Favorite Supported bv an
The well known Comedian
pany : : : : : : : : :
In Four Acts of Hilaritby Darrell Macklin , entitled
"A LaugLiii Sufficiency. "
"The genial comedian never appeared to better advantage. His com.
> s.ny is all that could be desired.5' ST. PAUL GLOES .
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