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About Valentine Democrat. (Valentine, Neb.) 1900-1930 | View Entire Issue (June 12, 1902)
r E VALENTINE
THE OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF CHERRY COUNTY , NEBRASKA
VOLUME XVII VALENTINE , NEBRASKA , JUNE 12 , 1902. NUMBER 21
Prospective ftft ftft
of the "Acorn Brand"
clothing can certainly
be congratulated on the
sterling worththe style ,
the tone and fit of these
garments. Our untir
ing zeal and great pur
chasing power have en
abled us to place them
before you this season jj
at prices that will proif
elude any question of ? ?
our clothing leadership ft
It's not so hard to keep cool
When you prepare for tlie hot weather from our up-to-date wearing apparel.
Summer Shirts and Shirt Waists A 60o.
" \/T * * .1 TT i 41 1 4.3 Just the thine for sweaty . feet.
Men's ventilated They wm cure 'em.
The Lightest of Lightweight Underwear
D. STINARD. ANDCLOTHIEK.
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Now is your time to buy lots in g
McDonald's Addition. Prices ranging
from $45.00 up. For further informa
tion apply to W. E. HALEY Talentilie
FOE , BENT 40 Acres good land south
of track. Has been broken : : : : : :
We are also selling
A Line of General Merchandise
At Bed Bock Prices at 'our General Store in
Crookston , Nebr. E. MCDONALD.
J , , WEBB. Proprietor ,
IB the Bost Equipped , most Comfortable , Largest
and Best Two-Dollars a-Day
jfTBST-OLASS MODERN HOTEL
In Northwestern Nebraska
Bath , Hot and Cold Water , Two Sample Rooms
tfALEHTIEE - NEBRASKA
Anti-rust Tinware g
Gasoline Stoves §
o Self-Generating Gasoline Banges Wickless Blue Flame Oil Stoves g
o Garden Seeds that Will Grow
Billet ; , Cane and gaffif Cprn.
ANDERSON & FISCHER ,
CITIZENS MEAT MARKET
J. W. STETTER , PROP
FRESH FRUIT AND CAMf
IN THEIR SEASON
First-class line of Steaks , Roasts
Dry Salt Meats , Smoked
You Head The Democrat ?
TALK OF THE TOWN
Cody will celebrate the glorious
Cooling drinks are becoming
D. A. Hancock had business in
Omaha last week.
F. H. Baumgartel was down
from Crookston , Monday.
Peter Wantz and Alf Morris of
Wood Lake were in town last
Mat Hoffman is moving into
the Borman property on Cherry
Miss Orah Britton went out to
her claim near Arabia , Monday
A. J. Folks and daughter , Miss
Maud , drove down from Crooks-
ton , Tuesday.
J. E. Pettycrew of the north
table was in town on business
The Sparks flew Monday but
they were not fly enough and
W. A. Wilson was down from
Georgia to attend the funeral of
Hon. John Shores.
The Bridges instruction in vo
cal music is good. They have
The Salvation Army bands
make a horrible imitation of mu
sic but there are things that are
For security in keeping pris
oners , the Cherry county jail is
about as secure as a summer
Our devil is of the opinion that
base ball poetry is becoming ep
idemic and the poets should be
C. A. Manning , the Wood Lake
druggist , WHS in town Tuesday
and was a welcome caller at these
Master Cloyd Quigley , who is
working for his father on the re
servation , spent Saturday and
Sunday in Valentine.
A four-foot fence has been
built around the rear of the court
house. It may serve to keep the
prisoners in the ja.il-
Afftrmernear Eustis nearly
killed himself the other day
while killing cats. He got off ,
easy , though ; only lost one eye.
Geo. A. Johnson , of Crookston ,
was in town last Saturday and
dropped a § in the slo and will
get this household gem until
. Monday night would have been
had time for the fire alarm to
have sounded , as there was less
than two feet of water in the
tank early in the evening.
Charlie Breuklander has re
signed his position with Quigley
& Chapman. Jay Morey. wifl
nq\y-Qpera.tp t e gqdft fqantain
a.n.d stu.3y the.cfciig business.
Mrs. W. A. Pettycrew and
daughter left Valentine last Sat
urday morning for the east
where they will spend the vacat
ion visiting friends and relatives.
D. B. Sherman and wife start
ed Thursday evening | or. , $ r-
qf health. Mi ? § Sara Thaorey
will assist with the postoffice
during his absence.
The fact that "a rich man can
not enter heaven" don't appear
to stop very many people in the.
scramble for wealth. Bey. T.
Ije ttTalm ft died wit li § 300- ,
GOO to his "credit , Wonder if he
On the 7th , Judge Towne is
sued a marriage license to Sam
uel J. Bfeth , and Miss Hannah
M. Pederson , both of Valentine ,
and then tied the knot that made
Frank Brayton is limping
around tovvn with some rheuma
tism concealed about his person.
He threatens to go to Hot Springs
as soon as he can get away from
his business , and get rid of it.
The great American eagle has
been corraled for use in Valen
tine on the Fourth and wo will
have a celebration that will out
do eyerything in this neck of the
woods. Put Valentine on your
visiting list on that date and you
had better come the day before
so you won't miss any of the fun.
One of the most disappointed
individuals on earth is the one
who becomes disgruntled at
something that appears in the
columns of the paper and at onco
proceeds to "stop the paper"
and then anxiously waits for the
aforesaid paper to starve to death
without his munificent patron *
age of eight and one-third cents
per month ,
Arthur Heath , living ten miles
south of Cody on a ranch , camo
doWn Monday morning to trans
act business with our Valentino
people. Mr. Heath didn 't forge t
to call at headquarters and reg
ister. We are glad to have our
friends call on us from the coun
try and surrounding towns and
we wish you to make our office
your headquarters while in town.
The Y. WC. . T. U. observed
Flower Mission day , Sunday ,
June 8th , by rendering an ap
propriate program in the M. E.
Church in the afternoon and dis
tributing bouquets tied with a
knot of white ribbon and scrip
ture text cards attached , among
the sick and shut-ins of the town.
The trains were also visited by
a commitee of the Y's and the
train men presented with but
ton-hole bouquets tied in. the
The Bridges , who spent the
last week in our city instructing
a class in vocal music , gave a con
cert and class drill Friday even
ing which was attended by our
best people and found to be high
ly entertaining , instructive , and
was appreciated. If Bridges
Bros , come again to our city they
will find a royal welcome and a
larger class waiting for their in
struction. They are to be coni-
mejideci taal ) communities where
good singing is appreciated.
jThe Western League 1902 pen-
ant race is well under way. All
of the clubs in the league when
visiting Omaha will stop at the
Millard hotel , which wiU be base
ball headcj uartor-s for the season.
JVanftger [ B , E , MoEabben , of the
St , Joseph , Moj club , stopped at
the Millard with his players dur
ing the exhibition games , on the
suggestion of Manager Rourke ,
of the Omaha club. In a letter to
James H. Manning , manager of
the Kansas City club , he said :
"We are all so well pleasgcl with
our treatment here that I have
clqsgdi a eemtraet with the Millard
fgrthe eutU'Q season of 1902. Ev
erything promised to us by Mr.
Rourke and in the hotel corres
pondence has been amply fulfilled
and faithfully carried out. " T\\ $
rates at the Millard & &s jovr as
§ 2 per da 'o $ # ib American plan
an 3 $ i and up , European plan.
The Lincoln , the only first-class
hQtel in , Lincoln , opposite depots ,
offers a rate of $2 per day to its
1 Summer Goods
The water in the mill dam is just right. Don't you
49 want a bathing suit ? We have them : : : : :
49 What about summer underwear ?
49 j Men's. Nvomeri's misses' chid- )
49 nren's. . We have them at prices
49 that are ri ut
Our sun umbrellas are the best for the
iSiinOniijrel | s | money in the city.
491 AfJinft' nice and cool and ladies' fancy ofc
iaO8S ! hose to go with them. 08 *
59 Come in and see our linen dress goods with
; applique trimming to match ,
S Japanese Matting for the floor. Cool and clean. J ?
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5 A full stock of General Merchandise. >
49 DAVENPORT & THACHER I
A COMPBLTE LINE OF
B. VIERTEL CKOOKSTON
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RINGS AND RINGS.
You can have them plain or w sets elaborately
carved or no carving at a - J3ring your linger
and let us fit it up for you : : : : : :
O , W , Morey , The Old Reliable Jeweler.
Our stock is now complete and consists of
The Eclipse , Fairbanks-Morse C4alvaiiized 9m
Steel , and Wind Motors : : : : : : 9o
o Our display of Buggies is the Largest and ?
Finest ever brought- Ohefry County *
C John Deere ridiug and walking Listers , John jJeere riding and walking
o and walking Cultivators and sledges. Stirring and Breaking Plows. *
Moline and Banner Wagons so
iMoGormick Mowers and Bakes I
I Dane Sweeps Superior Stackers §
6 Our stock of Lumber and Builders' Materials is the largest and o
o most complete ever carried here. Come and examine
our stoc-.k and let us give you our prices. o
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