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THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT
THE OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF CHERRY COUNTY , NEBRASKA
VOLUME XTII VALENTINE , NEBRASKA , JANUARY 30 , 1902. NUMBER 2
49 49 49 ONE DOLLAR - toto
49 For a pairioi men's overshoes tibto
49 in sizes 10-1 1-12
49 49 49 ONE DOLLAR toto toto toto
For a pair of men's Perfection toto
49 Rubbers to go over felt boots in toto
49 sizes 10-11-12-13-14 toto
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49 49 49 ONE DOLLAR - toto toto toto
49 For a suit of men's or ladies' toto toto
49 Foreign Wool Underwear. toto
49 FRONT toto
Ladies' JACKETS , CAPES , COJLI.ARETTES and MUFFS
We have made prices that will sell them before
Lots of other goods also going at a sacrafice
to make room for SPRING GOODS ,
Clothing , Hats , Caps , Boots and Shoes
D. STINARD , CLOTHIER and MERCHANT TAILOR
Letter Writing , Cloth S .50 Excelsior Dialogues 30 )
Oratory. Cloth 50 Young Folks' Dialogues 23
Eloquent , Cloth 50 Choice Humor 30
Good Humor. Cloth 30 Little Peoples' Dialogues 25
Young Folks' Entertainments , Paner 25 Monologues and Novelties SO
Choice Dialect for Reading 30 Drills and Marches 25
Temperance Selactions 30 Little Folks' Recitations 15
Select Speeches for Declamation SO Young Peoples' Speaker 15
i'lo\v to Become a Public Speaker 30 too Choice Headings and Recitations SO
School Day Dialogues 30 Easy Entertainments for Young People
Popular Dialogues " 30
Post raid 5 Cents Extra
O. W. MOREY , Old Reliable Jeweler.
T T r\
on OVERSHOES ,
and many other WINTER GOODS
> A. PETTYCREW , General Merchandise
We are continuously receiving
And can supply you with
Hest Grades and Quality
of GENERAL HARDWARE
Our stoves are unex
celled in beamy * and [
Call and get one of our
new Calendars for 1902.
Leave your orders for all kinds of GOAL.
ANDERSON & FISCHER , VALENTINE , NEBRASKA
GET AT THIS
YOUR OFFICE *
Can SatJcfv You in Oitalt Priee and
Bates Reasonable Give Me a Trial
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TALK OF THE TOWN
O. Gallogly of Johnstown was in our
city last Saturday ,
Aaron Grooms was in this city the
fore part of the week.
W , G. Ballard spent several days in
our city during the past week-
Wallace McDonald of Crookston was
in our city the first of the week.
Wm. Ferdon has been out on his
ranch during the recent cold spell.
J. H. Wbillians , of Sparks' made
this office a pleasant call last Friday.
U. O'Brien was in town from the
reservation Tuesday and Wednesday
ot this week.
J. E. Thackrey started for ManhatW
tan , Kansas , Sunday morning to be
gone a week.
E. M. Faddis caine in from his ranch
the first part of theweek. . He says
cattle are doing fine.
Miss Kate Donoher visited friends
m Chadron , Hay Springs and Gordon
during her bojourn on her homestead.
Wm. Barker came down from Rose
bud agency Tuesday and remained
over night , returning home Wednes
Al Thacher spent several days visit
ing friends in Chadron last week and
returned reporting to have had a
jolly good time.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Whittemore
and L. O. Paine made our town a
pleasant visit last Sunday. They went
to Ainsworth from heie.
Services at St. John's Episcopal
church. Sunday school , 10 a. m.
Holy communion and sermon , 11 a. m.
Evening prayer and sermon 7:30 : p. m.
All are cordially invited.
J. N. Brooks , postmaster , of Rush-
ville visited several days with Rev.
Cumbow and while here looked over
some rancn property. Mr. Brooks
went down to Omaha from here . *
Owing to the railroad company putec
ting up ice here , there are quite a
number of strangers in town this week
the company having shipped 35 or 40
men here from different points up the
School report for the month ending
Jan. 17 , 1902 : No. pupils enrolled 18.
Those not absent during1 the month
Lawnie Beed and Edith Hattan.
Those not tardy Artie and Edith
Hattan. Those absent but one day .
Lulu VanNorstran , Artie Hattan ,
and Delia Burns.
Cena M. Downing
Dist. No. 10. Teacher.
James Lawless and Mrs. Annie
O'Sannan , of Sparks , Nebr. , were
married Jan. 23 , 1902 , by John Foster.
Mr. Lawless is an honored and re
spected citizen who has honestly earn
ed the pood name that he bears , and
though he has seen the frosts of many
winters which has bleached his hair
silver grey and made him ripe in ex
perience , vet hale , hearty and spry
and good for many years of useful
ness. The bride is a sister of Mrs.
Joan Hoffman. THE DEMOCRAT ex
tends good wisheb.
Tuesday afternoon in company with
Judge Walcott and E. M. Jenkins , In
ternal Revenue man , from Chadron ,
the editor visited the men putting up
ice from the lake just north of town.
The ice is of excellent quality and is 1C
to 18 inches in thickness. The F. E.
& M. V. E. R. Co. have 29 teams and
105 men employed in marking , sawing
floating , dragging up a chute and load to
ing into cars which stand on a side
track near the mill. The work goes on
like clock work under the efficient
management ofVm. . Spencer , J. W.
Mann and other foremen of the work
seem to understand their duties as
though it were of continuous duration
Later Supt ilarraon was a viewer of
tto work. 38 cars were loaded that
day and before the work is closed hun
dreds of dollars will He spent in our
town for labor aud scores of traiu loads
of the best ice obtainable will be shipgo
ped to towns along the road east to "
Omaha and west to the mountains.
Minnpohnrluza river f < d bv numerous
springs feeds tho Ja.kts which bears itf by
name and IB a sparkling dancing stream
that flows very swiftly and is clear as
crystal. At the upper end of the lake
Major Anderson is to
working a force of
about a dozen and a half of men put
ting np icn with which he will furnish w
the city during the coiningear. . The , tii
Major is nearly thiough , having sever-
al hundred tons stored in hib icehouses
fob tobf of fee
Local Weather Record
U. 8. Department of Agriculture i
Weather Bureau f
Valentine , Nebraska , week ending Tuesday ,
January 23 1903
Mean temperature , 30 degrees which is 31 de
Mean temperature ( or corresponding week
'ast year , ssjdegrees.
Highest temperature , 33 degrees on the 23
Lowest temperature , 2G degrees on the 27th
Highest and lowest temperature ( or corres
ponding week last Year , Go degrees and 5 de
Total snowfall .24 inches , which is .20 inches
aboVe the average.
Ma'xmum ' velocity of wind 24 miles from nw
i't-rcentage of sunshine. 62.
' D , C. GKUNOW ,
Observer. Weather Bureau.
M. P. Brosius , of the north table ,
was in town Saturday.
Frank and Dick Grooms were in our
city the first of the week.
Billy Bullis of Brit was on our
streets the first of the week.
Dave George irom the reserva
tion was in town a few days last
G. Shaw from up on the north
table was in town the first of the
Curt Callen came up from Sparks
the first of the week af tar a load of
v Frank Tompson of near Crookston
was a visitor in this city the first of
Dave Fowler and John "Granger
who reside on the north table were in
Wm. | 2pke came in from his ranch
near Crookston last week to spend
a few days with his familey.
Fred L. Drake who has the novel
ty repair works came to this town
last Thursday and has been giving
satisfaction in his line of business.
The work of putting up ice by the
railroad company is progressing very
rapidly. Owing to the intense cold
and , wind Monday they were compell
ed to lay off but resumed work Tues
Good Cooking niid Political
I think it ie more thoroughly real
ized day by day how much nutritious ,
well-cooked , well-selected food has to
do not only with the physicial well-
being but also with the mental. Many
large institutions have learned this
truth , and have set at the head of
their departments women with a
knowledge of careful marketing , the
properties of food , the best possible
methods for cooking and serving that
food. Every university , college and
school would certainly give first choice
to college women , yet they cannot al
ways be found. And it is interesting
to note that these women are gener
ally teachers of political economy.
As a result of their investigations
they have recognized the truth that
for the evils of drunkenness and dis
content a very practical cure is cleani
healthful , thrifty homes. Miss Wool-
ley , Eres. of Mt , Holyoke College , in
Good House-keeping ,
Educational Department : . j >
BY LETA STETTER , W
" Self reverence , self knowledge , self control ;
these tliree alone lead life to soverJgn power. "
Mr. Sparks was absent Monday.
Miss Hobson has been recently-added
th < < H. S list of organists.
The seniors may be seen any after
noon n.ow a days "doing their sums. "
The few books which were delayed
for a little while after the general ship
ment arrived last week
Now and then the thoughts of the
seniors turn wistfully backward to the
hydrogen bubbles aud Toepler-Holtz i
marhine of bygone days
It is quite noticeable that on par-
ticulaily cold aud wintry mornings
someone insure to'sugge&t that we sing
"Now j the Gentle Spring is Here. "
Miss FIPSS was called home Saturday
the death of her mother. In her
absence Prof. . WalEou , takes entire
charge of the classes assisted by Mr.
Growden in regard to the Greek his
Mrs Watson's sister , Mrs. . O'Kane
who has been visiting here for some
time departed Saturday for Creighton
where she will visit for a week with
friends and tljeu retttra to lier bowe
49 49 49 49 49 LOOK toto toto toto toto toto
49 49 AT OUR BARGAIN toto
49 49 MIDWINTER SALE toto
49 49 Men's Perfection Overs for Felt boots all sizes $ .75 toto toto
49 Men's , Snow Excluder Arctics , all sizes 1.00 toto toto
49 Men's Winter Underwear , toto
49 formerly S .50 to $1.00 now 2 for .25 toto
49 49 Men's Hats " .75 to 1.00 now 25 and .50
49 Men's Macinaw Coats " 2.00 now 1.00 toto
49 Men's Pants " . . . toto
49 2.00 to 3.00 now 1.00 to
49 49 Ladies' Winter Waists " 1.50 to 2.50 now 1.00 toto toto
49 Children's warm Hoods and Muffs toto
49 formerly $1.50 now 1.00
49 Men's ' , Ladies' and Children's SHOES at one-half price.
4 49 ? DAVENPORT THACHEP
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