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About Valentine Democrat. (Valentine, Neb.) 1900-1930 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 16, 1902)
' > . VALENTINE A i tAT.
THE OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF CHfiPvRY CotraiY.
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' . AuHJNTINE : NKHKASKA. JA.N'O'AKY Ifc : H O2. NI.M15K1J 5U
For a pair ot men's overshoes ift
4 ? in sizes 10-11-12 , _ : , . \ ftft ftft
* " * " * ' * ! - * * ft
49 49 ONE DOLLAR
4 ? For a pair of men's Perfection
49 Rubbers to'go oyer felt-boots in
49 sizes 10111213rl4 . , . . if
49 49 ONEDOLIAR
49 49 For a suit of men's or ladies'
49 Foreign Wool Underwear.
Ladies' JACKETS , CAPES , COLLARETTES and MUFFS
Wo have made prices that will sell them before
j * ' February 1st
' Lots of other goods also going at a sacraiice
to make room for SPRING GOODS ,
Clothing , Hats , Caps , Boots and Shoes
D. STINARD , CLOTHIER and MERCHANT TAILOR
DONT DON'T DON'T
neglect your eyes. Attend to them. If they
hurt you come and have them tested.
You may need glasses the worst way , and with a few moments timn
and small expense for glasses save your eyes. Dr. noti wear cheap
spectacles as they are not correct. A good pair at the right price
is the cheapest. . Latest test. Lots of goods to select from.
O. W. MOREY , Old Reliable Jeweler/
WATCH THIS AD.
Finest line of Suspenders at 25
cents in the city.
Also many other bargains in our
W. - A. PETTYCREW , General Merchandise
We are continuously receiving
And can supply you with
liest Grades and Quality
of GENERAL HAKDWAEE
Our stoves are unex
celled in beamy . and
Call and 'get one of our
new Calendars for 1902.
Leave vour orders for all kinds of COAL'
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ANDERSON & FISCHER , VALENTINE , NEBRASKA.
GET AT THIS
YOUR OFFICE *
We Can Satitfr You in Otialitv Price and Workoanship
Rates Seasonable Give lie a Trial
A. Schatzthauer , Propr.
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TALK OF THE TOWN j
Alex Charbnneau was over iroaj
the reservation Tuesday.
The presbyterians gave a box social
last night in the Sparks buildinjf.
Worth Holgclaw. of the rtseryation
was seen on our streets yesterday. -
Wai Hamar , from down the river ,
was in town the for part of the
Miss Kate Donoher went to her
homestead near Gordon Monday
morning. ' | i
Pick Groom ? , of Nnbrara Falls ,
vhile in town yesterday made this ofi
fice a short call. \
W. H. Wilkison , of Cody , was en oj--
ing himself in town a fe.v duia the
first of the week.
W. A. Kinhrl1 ; , the harler , has
moved his barber pole fro n the co
ner to oprosite his shop door.
* John Neisp , a ranchman from the
reservation , was trinsactin ; business
in our city the Crat of the week , [
Mr. and tfrs. Kin e of the south
part of the country are .vuiting1 with
Mrs. V. A. .Northrop , Mrs. Kime'a'
Ralph Crabb and Howard Jay cox-
were in town after a couple loads of
coal for the Harmony school last
J. E. TlenHrioks , proprietor of tlio
Dew Drop at Cody , made ns a pleas
ant call while in town last Friday and
Mrs. E. AfcDcnald has had her
house which was in the west part of
town moved on to her property in the
east part of town.
The county commiscionera have
been very busy the past week in the
county treasurers office checking out
Treasurer Thackrey ,
was a social gathering of the
W. C. T. U. at the home of G P.
CrabMn which the misses invited
their gentlemen friends ,
Miss Helen McDonald , who gradu
ated from the Valentine high school
a year ago , has gone to the St. Fran
cis academy at Council Bluffs , Iowa ,
C. M. Kime , a ranchman trom near
Newton , while in town the fore part
of the week called at the DEMOCRAT
ofllce and left us a dollar for a years
subscription to the paper.
Mahara Minstrels played to a
crowded house here last Monday night
The play was better than usuallv
comes to a town of this size , and es
pecially the singing was appreciated
Andrew M. Morrissey and bis broth
er Will went down to Omaha last
Thursday and attended the State Bar
Association , Andrew returned Sun
day night but Will remained fora'
few days visit.
Last Tuesday morning Miss Sarah
Simpson and Miss Edith Pettycrew
departed from here for Lincoln to at
tend business college. Both of these
voung ladies are graduates of the
Valentine Hlijh School and always
ranked high in their classes.
Jay Morey while playing with some
bO37s on the floor of the old steam
laundry building fell Into the cellar
and It was reported that he had brok
en three ribs , but upon further inves
tigation we find that this was a mis
take as no serious injuries resulted
from the faU-
Revival meetings have begun at
the M. E. CJnurch and will continue
indefinitelyRev. . ClarK of Chadron
is here assisting the resident pastor
Rev Pumhnw since Mnpdav. Rpv.
"umbiuv preached a vei v good sermon
Sunday night from the text "Come
let us reason together "
Horace D Huntlngton having ac
cepted employment in the new Bank
organization at Gordon , refused the
position offered him by Mr Shattuck.
who has now given the place to Vfiss
Hattie Thackrey , who will probably
to do more work than an } ' new hand
and everything will go as smoothly as
If no change were made in the office.
Albert K. Wood one of the merch
ants on the Rosebud Agency was In
town Tuesday , driving down in time
for dinner. He returned yesterday.
Mr. Wood purchashed a stove , while
he was here last month , to put in his
rig for the purpose of keeping warm
on long drives in cold weather and
says he docs not suffer from the cold
it all ,
Mrs. E. McDonvM nf Crookstr.n
spent a few hours in our city last
( 'has. Maxwell is running the dray
for P. F. Simons , who hasgone down
to Norden lo-bee his brotherwho ia
A brain Nichols , the Arabian mer
chant ( , ami Michael Juso- , . who for-
raerly run a store iu our town were ill'
our < city aturdny on IniMnes.- . " *
The Episcopal church is i-oon to
have ekctric lighte. The woodwork
insi'ethe i church has been rtce.utly
varnishel and stained so it will have
a yery neat appearance.
We are indebted to M. Jelly and
wife for a pleasant visit lastvei k. ft : r.
and Mrs. Jelly are now ilii possessors
of ( a talking machine which their sons
who are working at Ft. Niobraiagot
i for then asa Christmas present.
The social department of the Ep-
worth ' League will give a Sock Social
jatHornby'd hall Satevening Jan ,
18 , begining at eight o'clock. Every
one who would enjoy thus hpending a
pleasant ' evening and helping the
League financially is invited. Re
freshments will pe served and a good
time is in store for all.
Miss 'Maggie Zimmerman of Utica.
Seward Co. , Nebr , and August Epke
of Valentine , were married at the
home of the bride's parents. Mr.
Epke is a bright energetic young man
and will make a nice home for the
bride. The VALENTINE DEMOCRAT
extends greeting to this couple and
wisnes them a happy and prosperous
We have made arrangement * with
the publisher of SUNNY SOUTH a pap
er puolished at Atlanta , Georgia to
furnish us ten copies or subscriptions ,
These will be sent free of charge to
our corresponednts for the VALEN
TINE DEMOCRAT. We need tnree
more correspondents to complete our
Jist. I One from the .south-west , one
from I Cody and one from the south
east part of the county.
Martin Carr who lives oufcnearJSim-
eon and Daniel Hubbard of this city
made this office a * pleasant call last
week. Mr. Carr came to this country
about c. fourteen years ago and Mr.
Hubbard was one'of his first acquain
tances. When they met in this office
they-did not at first recognize each
other. After talking over old times
they found that they had not met
since Mr. Carrfirst came here.
Mr. Carr Js doing well in the stock
BY LETA STETTER ,
'Without a i ear , without a tear ,
The jireat graud dim steps calmly out of
Down into the dim and unknown night. "
Flojd J ettycrew is absent this week.
Friday is the last day of the first
semester , * *
Misses Nellie Holaclaw and Alta
Starr were absent Tuesday.
The Drgan is once more in it's ac
customed place in the H. S. room.
Miss Bessie Schifferns of Sparks was
enrolled this week iu the 9th grade.
The juniors re remarkably original
asppcially in the construction of circles.
Ceaser got the Bellovaci into a pick
le and then promised to presrve them.
The seniors nnd Miss Hess enjoyed
thi-msi'hvM skating list
Leonard Sparks now employs a part
of his afternoons hunting bear and oth
er bitr game.
The seniors find religion in Source
Extracts , sermons in Mood. Effects
mid trouble in everything.
Like Tennyson , the Seniors find a
special charm in the words "Far , far
away1'where geometry is concerned.
Miss Sarah Simpson of , ' 00 and Miss
Edith Pettycrew of ' 08 departed Tues
day morning for Lincoln there to furth
er pursue their education.
Jay Moray was absent several days
last week on account of a 'slight acci
dent he sustained in falling from the
garret to thebaaemeut of the old build-
! 49 AT OUR BARGAIN
j 49 49 MIDWINTER SALE
49 MOM'S Perfection Overs for Fi-lt boots a1 ! fc-izcs 6 .75 ;
' 49 Men's Suo\v Ex 'liul T Arctics , all sixes . ft
49 Men's Winter Umlcnveaf , f " + ft
49 formerly $ .50 toI.OJ HOT 2 for .25 ftft
49 49 Men's ILiis " 75 to J.OU no\v 25 and .50 ft
49 49 Men's Macinaw Coats " 2.00 now J.OO ftft
49 Men's Pants 4I 2.00 to 3.00 now l.CO ft
49 49 LndiceMVintcr AVaii-ts" 1.50 to 2.50 now 3.00 4T
49 Children's warm Uooils and Misffa ft
-49 formerly § 1.50 now 1.00 ft
Men's , Ladies' and Children's SHOES at one-half price.
49 49 DAVENPORT d THACHER
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YOU CAN BUY
Fine aud Fancy Underwear , Hosiery , Handkerchiefs , Yarns , Embroidery
Silks , Opera Shawls , Neckties and Notions , Point
Laces , Batteuburg Lraid , Sofa PillowsVoolKuit |
Slippers and Center PiecesJ made , to order at Prices that are RIGHT
SHOES AT COST PRICE
A COMPLETE LINE OF
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Is the Best Equipped , most Comfortable , Largest
and Best Two-Dollars
FIBST-OLASS MODERN HOTEL
In Northwestern Nebraska
Bath , Hot and Cold Water , Two Sample Kooms .
YALEHTIHE - HEBRASKA
i U. G. McBRIDE
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
CARPENTER IN GENERAL
HEADQUARTERS FOR . . .
WINES , LIQUORS AND CIGARS
OF THE CHOICEST BRANDS
Valentine , r ebra&ka.
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