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About Valentine Democrat. (Valentine, Neb.) 1900-1930 | View Entire Issue (June 26, 1902)
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THE FFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF OHERRY COUNTY , NEBRASKA
VOLUME XVII VALENTINE , NEBRASKA , JUNE26 , 1902. NUMBER 23
of the "Acorn Brand" jjj
clothing can certainly &
be congratulated on the
sterlingworthjthestyle , ft
the tone and fit of these f ]
garments. Our untir
higzeal and great pur&j
chafing power have enjj
ablnd us to place them if k
before yon this season |
at prices that will pro- & 3
elude any question of |
our clothing leadership g
it s not so hard to keep cool
When you prepare lor tlie hot weather from our up-to-date wearing apparel.
Summer Shirts and Shirt Waists & 60c.
' thine ' for swealv feet.
Men's Ventilated Shoesiust % $
, will cure 'cm.
The Lightest of Light-weight Underwear
I Now is your time to buy lots in
McDonald's Addition. Prices ranging
from § 45,00 up. For further informa- |
tion apply to W. E. HALEY * "u
FOB RENT 40 Acres good land sontli
of track. Has "been broken : : : : : :
We are also selling
J -il Line of General Merchandise f
AtEed Bock Prices at our General Store in
Crookston , Nebr. E. MCDONALD.
P2 gr35S3S 5 l !
C. WEKB. 1'roprletor.
Is.the Best Equipped , most Comfortable , Largest
and Best Tv/o-Dollars a-Day
± TIEST-ULAS8 MODERN HOTEi
In Northwestern Nebraska
Bath , Hot and Cold Water , Two Sample Kooms
4yALEHTLEE - HEBRASKA
O Anderson & Fischer , O O
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Aents for the Quickmeal Gasoline Stoves and Ranges. ©
o WE SELL THE- o
G O o Piano Mower and Hay Rakes , g
J. W > STETTER , PROP
FRESH FRUIT AND
IN THEIR SEASON
First-class line of Steaks , Eoasts
Dry Salt Meats , Smoked
I Ureakfast Bacon
Do You Bead The.Democrat ?
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9 * TALK THE TOWNaro
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Dr. J. C. Dwyer has located ii
Dr. E. J. Debell , of Rosebud
was in town Saturday.
The small boys are counting
the days until the Fourth.
Judge Walcott's mother and
niece are visiting with him.
B. B. Stone and wife , of Gor :
don , visited friends in Valentine
Miss Sadie Dewey left for Day
ton , Wy. , Saturday evening , for
a visit with her brother.
W. A. Denny , of the western
part of the county , was in town
between trains last Thursday.
Miss Viola Brosius drove to
town Saturday with her father ,
who is still helpless from paraly
Mrs. J. GWilson , of Georgia ,
died last Friday afternoon. She
has been an invalid for several
Fred Whittemore , president of
the Valentine State bank , has
been putting in some time here
The mercury dropped to 32
Friday night and gave corn and
garden stuff a setback that the
people don't like.
Mrs. Flowers and children left
for Washington , Monday , to join
Mr. Flowers , who went there
some months ago.
Che.anual school , meetingj-wiil ; [
be held on the 30th , when two
members of the board will be
elected for three years.
Paxton Hornback of Valentine
attended the Epworth League
banquet , last Thursday evening.
The Y's gave a party in Daven
port's hall last Friday evening.
About thirty-six were there and
spent a pleasant e'yening.
M. V. Nicholson returned from
Lincoln , where he bad been at
tending the republican state con
vention , Monday morning. .
Dr. Furay was summoned to
Crookston a few days ago to at
tend Miss Helen McDonald.
Nothing serious is reported.
John Bachelor has demonstrat
ed that it pays to raise good stock
by selling all his 1901 colts last
week for § 25 per head , which is
not so worse.
JohnBullis , of Valentine , spent
Sunday in the city. Mr. Bullis
is head clerk in Geo. Hornby's
store at that place. Ainsworth
Miss Stinard , of Valentine who
has been visiting with the Misses
Sisson for the past week , re
turned Sunday night : Ains
Glen Rowland , of Crawford ,
aged ten , dug a cave in the river
bank and played in it with the
usual result. The funeral was
Oscar B. Weisflog , of1 Crooks-
ton , and Miss Maud H. L. Markl ,
of Chicago , were married by
Judge Towne , at his residence ,
on the 19th inst.
Roy Searby , son of Ed Searby ,
was thrown from a horse last
Friday and had his collar bone
broken. Dr. Furay patched him
up and made him good as new.
Miles Wagner , of Wood Lake ,
was taken before Judge Towne
last Friday on the charge of steal
ing a job lot of stuff valued at $15
and received a sentence of thirty
days in the county jail ,
The long-delayed iron workfoi
the front of Jackson & Bray ton's
new store has arrived and work
will be pushed until the building
The people at Oasis want it
understood that they will cele
brate the Fourth in the proper
manner at Qiiisenbury's grove
and want everybody aud the rest
of the people to come and see
how they do it.
Frank Rothleutner brought his
boy to town last Thursday with a
dislocated shoulder.Vith the
characteristic ingenuity of a Ne-
braskan he repaired the 'injury ,
but brought the boy in to' make
ure that everything was all
right. He found that he had done
a good job and there was nothing
more to be done but to wait for
the boy to get well again. . "
' George Van Buren and one
McLaughlin were sentenced to
Jive and seven years respectively
in the penitentiary after having
been found guilty of an informa
tion charging theft of a mare of
the value of $15 in Cherry coun
ty. Because of an erroneous in
struction by the trial court the
case is reversed by the supreme
court. The opinion is bv Judge
The editor , accompanied by his
son , Lawrence , went to the dem
ocratic state convention , Monday
morning , and from there to his
old home in Kansas for a visit.
He has left the devil in charge of
'the paper during his ab'sence-and
he will have a devil of a time , if
he don't lay up a cent. His only
warning is to poets , who will be
promptly thrown over the tran
som. All who want to pay up
during his absence will receive a
hearty welcome and a receipt with
i hand-made autograph on it.
Phose who want to licit the editor
please wait until the bos ? re
turns , unless it is a , very urgent
An Oklahoma editor has adopt
ed the following scale of prices ,
which should Ibe adopted by oth-
jrs : "For telling that a man is a
successful citizen when every-
3ody knows he : 'is lazier than a
government mule , § 2.7o ; refer-
ng to the deceased as one sin-
: erely mourned by the entire a
iommunity when he will bemissed
> nly at the poker circle , $1.08 ; re
erring to a Jady as one whom it
s a pleasure to meet when every
msiness man hikes when he sees
ler coming , 83.19 ; calling a °
) reacher an eminent divine , half °
ates , 00 cents ; sending a tough &
o heaven with ppetry thrown in , oo
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This quiet town was startled ©
me day last week by the report oQ oo
.hat . someone had rounded up a Q
lerd of widows and brought them 3
10 town. It proved to be a fact ©
ind strong men turned pale and 3o
led. The editor , who boards at
; he Donoher , hardly dared go to ©
lis meals during their stay and oQ oo
ic has gone to Kansas to recup- Q
irate , and the devil , when he had 0o
Dusiness in that direction , made 0o
i sneak up the alley until he 0B <
passed their stopping place.
Webb , the cigarmaker , and Jay
[ vloffet , his helper , couldn't roll a
i cigar straight ; for several days G
but they have recovered from the 8o
shock now. Al Thacher sudden 8Q 8S
y remembered that he wanted Q
to visit a friend on. the reserva Q
tion and could hardly wait long 3o
enough to have the team hitched O
up. They were all soldiers' wid-
r\vs and they came here to home
stead all the vacant land in Cher
ry county ,
" ac Kid"
Hosiery j ?
KOI Mm. V.'rnif ii niul Childn u.
Y m liuve tifod tlie rest
Now try tlo best : :
Evcrv psiir is irnarnntced
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tovojir better and give t
more satisfaction than auv
other line of hosiery : : i >
Theojily kind. Every IS >
hook has two loops in - * *
front is. made v.'irh a j ;
Bprinjx ami will never i'i
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rust. The t\vo loops in [
front givea , 50 per cent
fi-mer rii > on the cloth vr5f
with the same amount of i I
sewing. No thread under
the bill : : : : : j *
Hsn's aucl "Women's Eancy Stooks inVhie ; and Colors.
DAVENPORT & THACHER
WAIT "N1 T7T' 1"Prf1"T CBOOKSTON
itljcl w Hi. V jlijJL JL-Eulj XEBLIASKA
Just Received a
Car of a ck Salt.l
[ W. A. Pettycrew , General Merchandise. 5
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can .have , them plain or with sets , elaborately
arved orno . cawing at jour 'finger
ncl let us lit it up for
. W , Morey , The OM Reliable Jeweler.
Our stock is now complete and consists of
The Eclipse , Fairbanks-Morse Galvanized
y Steel , and Wind Motors : : : : : :
Our display of Buggies is the Largest and ?
Finest ever brought to Cherry County
John Deere riding and walking Listers , John Deere riding and walking
and walking Cultivators aufl sledges. Stirring and Breaking Plows. : o
Moline and Banner Wagons |
McOormick Mowers and : Eakes o
3ane Sweeps Superior Stackers 1
Our stock oi : Lumber and Builders' Materials is the largest and
most complete ever carried here. Come and examine
onr stock and let us give you our price ; : . e o
YOUR - OFFICES :
We Can Satisfy You in Oualitv Price and Workmanship
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