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About Valentine Democrat. (Valentine, Neb.) 1900-1930 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 5, 1901)
tf ! > THE VALEN DEMOCRA
THE OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF CHERRY COUNTY , NEBRASKA
VOLUME XVI VALENTINE , NEBRASKA , SEPTEMBER 5. ' 1901 NUMBER 33
L i CLOSING SALE SUMMER GOODS
Which include the following ;
49 White Goods Dimities
49 Muslin Underwear
49 Laces' Embroideries
49 Knit Underwear &
49 . &
49 Linen Damask Hosiery *
rf 49 &
49 Linen Napkins fc
49 49 . &
49 J *
49 For discounts on above * goods
RED FRONT ift ii > >
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CLOSING OUT SALE.
All Straw and Crash Goods go at Half
/ See Our Cut Price Shoe Counter.
Clothing , Boots and Shoes , Gents Furnish
I ings , Ladies' Skirts Capes and Jackets.
Tailoring in All Branches. x
I D. STINARD , Clothier ,
C. H. CORXEMPresident. . 31. V. NICHOLSON , Cashier
B ANK OF VALENTINE.
Valentine , Nebraska.
A General Banking Business Transacted
Boys and Sells Domestic and Foreign Exchange
: Chemical Rational Bank. New York. Correspondent B ; First National Bank. Omalia Neb
; HEADQUARTERS FOR
WINES , LIQUORS.AND CIGARS
OF THE CHOICEST BRANDS
Valentine - - Nebraska
1 PAINTING * *
49. 49 CALCIMINING.
49 49- R S , DENNIS ,
Valentine Nebraska , * * All work well , done
JAMES B HULL
v IP Sole Agents for
HERALD PUEE RYE WHISKEY
Ale and Porter , And FRED KRUG'S BEER
Choicest Wine and .Cigars.
VALENTINE X NEBRASKA
GET PPTTSJTTMP AT THIS
YOUR riUiN Jl liNvjr OFFICE *
We Can Satisfy You in Qualitv Price and Worluaanship
TALK OF THE TOWN
James Mangan , ol the post , was up
the past week.
John H. Bachelor was transacting
business in toxvn'this wae'k.
Most of the hay is put up now and
we are almost ready for the cold
Max E. Viertel , the Crookston
merchant , was in our city last Friday
Some people are surprised that
they are not noticed as much as they
would like to be.
W. H. Allison , of Chesterfield , is in
town this week , proving1 up on a fine
quarter of hay land. ,
J. E , Cochran and his brother ,
Percival M. , spent two or three days
in our city this week.
A high minded man , public spirited ,
too good to.do a little mean trick is a
help to any community.
Ed , August and George Luther were
up from Hooper this week. They are
interested in a ranch near Kilgore.
Agent McChesney and wife , of
Rosebud , A were registered at the
Donoher this week , also John B. Tripp
Our friend , A. E Thacher , has
been quite sick during the past week ,
but we are glad to reporMuin better
and able to be up.
Mrs. Will Clarkson and children
left latt Friday morning for Sioux
City to see her mother. Will is a
S , A. Raw's , quartermaster clerk ,
and C. M. Hunter , hospital steward ,
were visiting in town and took supper
at the Donoher the other evening.
One day lasc week George Trace-
well sold a carload of fine , young
horses to R. A. McCull&y. olSprfng--
view. George is in the field for an
other bunch of unbroken horea.
All new subscribers who will come
in and pay 81.00 cash for a year's sub
scription to the DEMOCRAT we will
send them the paper three months
free. Send the .DEMOCRAT to your
Mrs. Catherine McDonald , of
Crookston , paid Valentine a visit dur.
ing the past week. Mrs , McDonald is
intending to move her building down
from Crookston some time in the near
Chas. Maxwell and Sam Perry re
turned from St. Mary'stni&sionschool
last Sunday where they have been
repairing the inside of the builcMng.
They have been employed there fur
the past six weeks or two month * .
F. W. Jersig departed for Kansas
City yesterdav morning to help his
family to move up here. Mr. Jereig
is a pleasant gentleman to meet and
another stockman to make hie home' '
at Valentine , the best town along the
E. J. Davenport and C. H. Cornell
were delegates from Cherry county
to the Republican state convention
last week. They are good citizens
and we like them. They are respect =
ed by Valentine people , but we can't '
endorse their poiitlddl views.
Some people are Continually nab
bing at others about thfs and that
they do not like. They complain too
much we think. They are our friends
and in their feeble way try to make
us over to suit them. We should be
patient.with them. They often mean
There is an unusually big demand
this year for hotel accommonations.
Valentine has lots of hotels , but what
we need for the growing and in
creased trade is better buildings ,
People who can't find rooms at the
Donoher or Union hotels must depend ,
upon some other hotel which may al
so be full and then they go away and
complain that Valentine people are
We understand there is to be
several companies sent to Foit Nio *
brara soon. This should have been
done long ago. Our people are very
patient , but when continuously
neglected are ready to make a com
plaint to either make use of the post
at this place or get out of the way
and let citizens use it and the yast
area of ground surrounding it. Uncle
Sam has been very diliatory concern
ing the. occupation of this post for
the past othree years and there is
room for a kick ,
Lccal Weather Record
U. 8. Department of Agriculture
Weather JJurenit \
Valentine , JNebraska. week ending Tuesday ,
September 3 1001
Mean temperature , 71 decrees wuicli is 4 de-
jcreus above the average ,
Mean temperature for corresponding week
ait ye r , 74 degrees.
Highest temperature , 88 degrees on the 261.
Lowest temperature , 55 degrees on Hie lit.
Highest and lowest temperature for corres.
ponding week last year , 03 degrees and 51 de *
Totarainfall , .03 inched , which is .27 inches
above the average.
Malxmum velocity ofvlnd , 20 miles on the 2
Percentage of sunshine. 70.
D , 0. HKUNOVr ,
Observer , Weather Bureau.
Valentine Races Sept , 25 20 27.
Chas. Breuklander returned from
The F , E. & M. V. carpenters are
doing some repairing for the com-
pany'in this city , -
Miss Maud McGrexv , of Ainsworth ,
spent several days in Valentine visit
ing friends last week.
Miss Nellie Marsden departed Sat
urday morning for an extended visit
to her"parents and friends at Ains-
MrsAL. C. Sparks went to Cody last
Saturday to make her future home.
Her manyfriends here regret her
The Y. W. C. T. U. will meet in the
M. E. church Monday , Sept. ! ) th. The
attendance of all members is request ,
ed , as this will probably be the last
meeting held oefore the convention.
Valentine again cotnes to the front
with a State bank to take the place
of the Cherry County bank owned by
Sparks Bros for the past 18 years , J.
A. and Eldon Sparks retiring , and the
hank will be known henceforth as the
Valentine State bank and starts with
a-paid up cosh capital of & 2r,000. Our
most substantial financiers of Valen
tine , J. W. Stetter , Walter F. I ; ck-
son , Frank Bra } ton * G. H. and T. C.
Hornby. Fred Wbitteirore , State
bank examiner , and Ch ; s. Sparksj
are among the prominent stock =
holders. The following are .the di
rectors : Fred Wfiittemore , president ;
J W. Stetter , vice president ; Chas.
Spark ? , cashier ; and T. C. and G. H.
Many of our people remember
Clyde J. Farnham , the honest , up
right , young man of manly bearing
and good address , who came to our
tuwn'azlirttle over tlnee years ago and
opened up a grocery store in the
Roblnsonr building. A short time af
terwards he was married to a young
lady at Sutherland , Neb. , and brought
her here to live and to make their
homes with us. They proved them
selves worthy of the esteem of our
people , and they prospered in their
store. Lant fall Mr. Farnham's
health bey'in to fail him and he de
cided to go out of the mercantile
business , which he did last spring5and
began travelling for his health , but
grew weaker and died at his Wife's '
former llome } at Sutherland , Neb. .
Aug. 26 , 1901. He was born in SUgaf
Grove , Pa. , JUne i5t 18t4. He leaves
a xvife and little bojj his parents , two
sisters and a brother , besides hi.
friends that he made wherever he
went , to mourn his demise. The
DEMOCRAT extends sympathy-to the
Katie Kennealy Killed by a Horse Falling
Last Friday forenoon while Katie
Kennealy , about 11 years old , eldest
daughter of * Mike Kennealy , was out
looking after their cattle , a few miles
up the Minnechaduza. and somehow
unexplained the horse fell on her , in
juring her fatally. Katie was able
to get upon the horse and ride home ,
a mile or more , and-opened a heavy
gate at the railroad , though scarcely
able to speak , and was immediately
put to bed upon arriving home , and a
doctor was sent for. The little cirl
suffered intense pain In her chest and
at times was unconscious until finally
death releaved her suffering Satur
day at 3 p. m. Funeral seryices were
held at the Catholic church in this
city , Father Lechleiiner officiating ,
after which interment was made in
the cemetery at Crookston. The
DEMOCRAT extends sincercst sym
pathies to the family and friends who
are sorrowing. Mr. and Mrs. Kennealy
are well spoken of by their neighbors
and many are saddened by the un
timely death of this little girl.
I THE WHITE IS .KING & & & &
49 49 Do you want a sewing ma-
chine ? If so , you want the $
best. The WHITE is the best
sewing machine on earth. *
49 Low Prices Terms
49 - - Easy
49 a *
49 49 B
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49 DAVENPORT & THACHER
49 General Merchar ts.
Let Us Give You a Few of
Good Roasted Coffee - jper Ib
5 JPonntl Sack * of Pearl Hominy XOc
S KWH Diamond C Soap - 25c.
5 Bars JLarye Har Wool Soup - . 25c
2O Pounds of Good # / < v - - * J.OO
Bargains in EVERYTHING- Next
Iwo Weeks to Make Boom ior Our spring
CROOKSTON. NEBR. MAX E. VIERTEL
CITIZENS EAT - MARKET
J. W. STETTER , PROP
I FRESH FRUIT AND GAME
IN THEIR SEASON . '
First class line of Steaks , Roasts , ' - '
* * *
Dry Salt Meats , Smoked < -
Is the Best Equipped , most Comfortable , Largest - ' * . -
and Uest Two-Dollars .
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FIRST-CLASS MODERN" HOTEL "v
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Iii Northwestern Nebraska ' \ , ' " ' '
Bath , Hot and Cold Water , Two Sample Rooms "
YALENTIHE - H EBB. ASK A- ;
U. G McBRIDE
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
CARPENTER IN GENERAL
i VALENTINE NEBRASKA
' Contractors and Builders in General.
Composition and gravel roofs , slate roofs. l riik
and cement sidewalks. Native lime and imported - , - : / . -
ornamental eut sto tie. .Briekfor sale.
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