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THE OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER.O CHERRY COUNTY , NEBRASKA
VOLUME XVI VALENTINE , NEBRASKA. AUGUST 29,1901. NUMBER 0
p ' I CLOSING SALE SUMMER
I l Which include the following ;
49 White Goods Dimities
49 Muslin .Underwear
49 Laces * Embroideries
49 Knit Underwear ftft ww
49 Linen Damask Hosiery ftft ftft
49 Linen Napkins ftft
* For discounts on above goods jj
49 49 Go to |
If"I If"s I I RED FRONT §
BARGAINS IN FURNISH I NGS
"We carry a complete line of Gentlemen's
to Furnishing G-oods. The right thing at the
right price. Shirtwaists , Shoes-and Hats
LADIES1 GENTS AND GH1LDRENS SHOES.
c TAILORING IN ALL BRANCHES , J-Q
C. H. COKXJSIA. President. 31. V. KICHOLSOX.CosIiivr
K OF VALENTINE.
Valentine , Nebraska.
A General Banking Business Transacted
Bays and Sells Domestic and Foreign Exchange
Shemlcal Xalional Bank , New York. CorrcMpondenta ; First National Bank. Onmlia Neb
WINES , LIQUORS AND CIGARS
OFTHE CHOICEST BRANDS
Valentine - - Nebraska
IPAINTING ftft ftft
3J R S , DENNIS ,
49 Valentine Nebraska , All work well done
HE OWL SALOON
Sole Agents for
* "HERALD PURE RYE WHISKEY
Ale and Porter , And FRED KRUG'S BEER '
Choicest Wine and Cigars.
VALENTINE X NEBRASKA
GET AT THIS
YOUR OFFICE *
C ii Satisfy You io Qualify Price aad
TALK OF THE TOWN
Miss Cora Sparks visited friends at
Woodlake last week.
J. C. Hounds was in from the raiicb
Wm. Taylor is driving Pete Simons'
dray during the absence of 'Mr.
Simons. * '
Editor Heath , of the Cody Cow Boy , ,
was down last Friday and Saturuay ,
doing business in our town.
Commissioners Burr and Laufer re
turned to their homes Saturday night
after completing their work.
St. John's church : Sunday School at
10 a. in. Holy Communion at 11 a. m.
Evening prayer and jermon , fc p. m.
M. 11. Pease of Omaha is visiting
his sister , Mrs. Harden , lie is looking
over the country with a new of locat
J. E. Thackrcy has a tubular well
now that will furnisa him plenty of
water. It was put down byVes
K" . J. Grooms was up town last week
and ordered some tickets for the
dance at Sparks , during the re-union
today and tomorrow.
J. McIJardie is adding to the size and
convenience of the building adjoining :
the .Democrat building and we can
recommend him as a good worker.
The building will be rented to .some
one who desires a firs - class location.
The teachers of the Junior League
served ice cream and cake in the vacant
building opposite the Donoher Friday ,
Aug. 28. The proceeds will go to pay
the Junior League missionary sub
D. A. Hancock , ot Blackburn/Mo. ,
has purchased the two ranches of
Maj. Wm. Anderson , the Kiobrara
Grazing and the Dewey Lake ranches ,
also 1,500 head of cattle.Mr. . Han
cock will also own the brand as ad
vertised by Anderson & Rounds
Frank Bray ton is having an addition
put on to tbe building next to the DEM
OCRAT building and will have it ready
for rent in a few days. The DKOIOCKAT
will put a new brick side-walk in front
of it and things wilt have a neat and
attractive appearance for an ofllce.
Clara Breuklander took her two little
brothers , Loren aiiil Loyd , who are
crippled , to the St. Joseph hospital , at
Omaha , where they will have their fet'tj-
straightened. Clam will visit relatives
at Bella , Iowa , until they are ready'to
Jim Tucker , better known here a1
' 'Babe , " came up from Atchion. Kan. ,
lasst week to visit his parents , who are
getting quite old and feeble. Jim is
traveling salesman for MePike. Dniji &
Cigar , Co. , of Atchihon , and returned
to his duties yesterday morning.
\Vm. Ilughes brought in u load of
corn from his place down by Sparks
for which he received 4-1 cents per
bushel. Mr. Hughes hud tl b best corn
of most an } ' one last year , making about
3fi bushels per acre. This ynar Mr.
Ilughes says the chinch buz * are doing
some damage , though they will raise
corn for a1 that. -
R. Grooms the vegetable mnn from
ouf on the JSiobrara about 8 miles from
town brought in some fine specimens of
potatoes and beets last week of which
he has a quantity and you can re t .as
sured that potatoes will be worth more
money than they have formerly sold for
as there is a failure in crops in the Easi
They are now selling at § 1.50.
Mrs. Mary E. Brown , of Marshal
town , la. , oldest sister of s. Moon of j
our city died Monday morning at 4
o'clock of cancer of the stomach after a j
years severe suffering. Mr. Mm in went |
back to see ber iu July but .she was
only temuorariiy relieved when he re
turned as time has proved. Mr M'jon
has the sympathy of his friends and \
neighbors in his bereavement. *
Pete Decory gets 20.000 bass by ex- ' \
t-ress and will kike them out to his i
ranch , where he has made upumVofj
several acres and 17 feet deep in places
by damming the Antelope. Mr. iJti-
cory says it will require 30 gallons of , ,
water in which to taku the fish out to
Ins place and will use due care and .
diligence in handling them that he may ,
have his pnnd Mtuckcil. Mr , 1'ecory j
sent out eight loads of lumber Tuesday |
to repair the wreckage of the cycloiiH
which stru ' > bis lace last summer , i
considerable damage. ,
, , , .
Valentine Races Sept , 23-26 27.
Jas. Hudson was in town during the
R. W. Dunn spent several days in
town the past week.
Johnny Stetter is down from Gordon
this week enjoying himself with the
Corn and potatoes will bring" good
prices. Save what you can and bring
P. P. Simons went down to Norden
yesterday to see his brother , who ia
Miss Lulu Hooton returned from
Hot Springs last week where she has
been for her health.
Ed ITolscJaw returned last week from
the mountains , wheie he has been for
some time working at mason work.
Tell your friends you saw it in the
DEMOCRAT and ask them to subscribe.
Only 81.00 a year.
Paul Charbonneau stopped at our
oflice and ordered the DEMOCRAT to be
sent him at Sparks.
Dr. W. Q. Tucker came down from
Rosebud Monday , evening to help in
taking care of his father who is grad
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A man told us that Martin Heckcr
had the finest field of corn between here
and SparksHe is deserving for Mar
tin is a good farmer and a line man.
Isaac Morgareidge departed last b n-
day morning for St. Louis , Mo. and
asks us to send him the Deiiiociat for
the next few months until his return.
J. M. Clarkaon and wife returned
the first of the week from visiting rel
atives and friends in South Dakota
where they have been for about oue
er wenl out to Sam Hudson's ranch to
help put up hay last week. We think
Mr. Hudson will find them good work
ers and wil.ing.
\Vm. Ilathorne , the man who was
r > hot by Jim Spratt a lew weeks ago.
was sufficiently recovered last Friday
night to take the passenger for his
home 1 near Gordon.
Valentine people will be grieved to
learn 1 of the deatb of C. J. Farnham
at the home of his wife's parents in
Southe.rland , Nebr. the first of the
week and was buried Tuesda } ' .
Dr Compton w.is , wired Tuesday
evening from Gordon that Tom Mori
ris had been found dead at a sheep
camp neat there. The doctor went
up on No. 3 to hold an inquest.
.1 nines 0 JJahlman rame up from
Omaha Tuesday and tstoppnl oft"at Val
entine a couple of days wh re ho. visit
ed his old time friends when he was
stock inspector at this point.
E. L. Hnrr-hinson was in town on
business ihsvitik ami says the chinch
bugs are cluing some damage to the
corn down tho river. lie orders the
Democrat sent to him at Peiibrook.
Sol Ellis was in town last week anJ
reports the arrival of a boy at his home
two weeks ago. Mr. Ellis thought it
was to late to publish as a birth , so we
will expect to see a fine well grown lad
when we happen that way.
Mike Uritt a brother of John Britt
came out from Delaware Co. Iowa.
bainqiug his 10 year old daughter with
him. .Jonn was down to meet them
Tuesday and took them out to hia
home on North table.
Sam B. Davis , Supt. of the Indian
Industri.il school at Ilapid City , pass
ed through our city Tuesday after a
trip through the Rosebud reservation
soliciting pupils. He remained over
Leonard Sparks , Clyde and Fi.irri
son Davenport were out camping last'
\veelc near the Jack Darr bridge , at :
Clear Water camp. They enjuved all
but the rain , which came one night
while they were asleep , nearly wash
ing them away.
D. Sliuard and wife and daughter
Lucilla returned-Mondav nisjht from
their visit to relatives and friends in
New York. They have been gone : t
month and took in the World's Fair
ai Rulfalo and visited at other places
while un their iourney. Miss Forres
ter , a niece of Mrs. .Stinanl accom
panied them home and will vUir with
Miss Lucilla. Miss Ida and A da re
mained in New York for an extended
THE WHITE IS KING I
Do you want a sewing ma-
chine ? If so , you want the
best. The WHITE is the best g
g sewing machine on earth.
49 Low Prices - - Easy Terms
49 fc >
49 DAVENPORT & THACHER
General Merchan ts.
Let Us Give You a Few of
Good Rn tinted Coffee - perb lOc
5 Ionnd Stivk * of fcftt'l Ilontintj - IOc
S litt's Diamond C Sottp - - 25c
5 Iftirtt Lift rye ttar Wool Sewj * . A ? 7
O Pott ltdtt of Hood * ce - - & 1.OO
Bargains in EVEBYTHINa the Next
Two Weeks to Make Boom ior OurSpring
Stock. jj" - ' " * ' - - - - .
CROOKSTJ0N. NEDR. MAX E. VIERTEL
J. W. STETTER , PROP
FRESH FRUIT AND CAME
IN THEIR SEASON
i First class line of Steaks , Roasts ,
Dry Salt Meats , Smoked
Is the Cost Equipped , most Comfortable , Largest
and Best Two-Dollars
FIRST-CLASS MODERN HOTEL
In Northwestern Nebraska
Bath , Hot and Cold Water , Two Sample Rooms
VALENTINE - NEBRASKA
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U. G McBRIDE i
g CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
CARPENTER ' IN GENERAL
yALENTIXE / NEBRASKA i.
a-rfi2f srafi &aex2K 5aaaaK i
Ciierry County ;
Gontractors and Builders in General.
ComposiJ-ifiii and irravel roofs , slate roofs. Brir.k v
unit i-emeiit siJownlks. Native limeaiid impoited onii-
mtiiital-cut stone. ! nek for sale. '
VALENTINE , "NEBRASKA
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