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III THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT
THE OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF CHERRY COUNTY , NEBRASKA
If f I ] VOLUME XVII VALENTINE , NEBRASKA. JANUARY 8 , NUMBER 51
FOR HOLIDAY TRADE
' * SPECIAL BARGAINS
Ladies' Furs Handkerchiefs
S Wool Waists Belts
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% Chatelaines Dress Goods
49 49 18 Ibs , Gran , Sugar $1,00 ftft
49 49 2 Cans Best Tomatoes ,25 ftft ftft
ll X 49 49 6 Bars Best Laundry Soap ,25 ftft ftft
49W A fine line of Spices , Extracts and etc. ftft ftft
43 ? at lowest prices ftft
Red Front Mercantile Co ,
all onr fe
Ladies' and Children's Jackets ,
Collaretts , Muffs and Fur Coats.
. AND CLOTHIER.
THE OWL SALOON
JAMES B. HULL
9 9 Sole Agents for
HERALD PURE RYE WHISKEY
Ale and Porter , And FRED KRUG'S BEER
Choicest Wines and Cigars ,
VALENTINE X NEBRASKA
FRANK FISCHER ,
GENERAL - . . HARDWARE '
Stoves and Cutlery
Jron Beds , Springs and Mattresses
Coffins , Caskets ,
and a Full Line of Undertakers' Supplies.
Chartered as a State Bant Chartered as a National Bank
Junw 1 , 1884. August 12. 1902 ,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Valentine , Nebraska.
( Successor to )
CAPITAI. PAID IN A General Banking
825,000. ? ? and
T"wv-rv'v'v' Collection Business.
. C. H. CORNELL , President. J. T. MAY , Vice-President.
M. V , NICHOLSON , Cashier. CORA L. WAITERS , Assistant Cashier.
CITIZENS MEAT MARKET
J. W. STETTER , PROP
FRESH FRUIT AND GAMF
IN THEIR SEASON
First-class line of Steaks , Roast *
' Dry Salt Meats , Smoked
TALK OF THE TOWN
Local Weather Record
U. S. Department of Agriculture i
Weather Bureau f
Valentine. Nebraska , week ending 6 a , m , , Jan-
nary 7,1903 ,
Maximum temperature 46 degrees on the 6th.
Minimum temperature,4 degrees on the 1st ,
Mean temperature. 26.0 degrees , which is 10.3
degrees above the normal.
Total precipitation , a tracewhich is .12 Inch
below the normal.
NOTE : The wind reached a ve'ocltyof 60miles
per hour Tues day night
N. Hi. CUNNINGHAM.
Official in Charge ,
Miss Cora Waters returned Sun
day morning from a visit to her
home at Grand Island.
Wash Honey , of "Woodlake ; was
transacting business in our city
Tuesday and called at our office.
We want a correspondent from
Woodlake , Brownlee , Pullman ,
Merriman , Cody and Crookston ,
Who will volunteer ?
Mrs. Mabel Caton reports hav
ing met Fraxk and Luella Thorn
at the hotel in Lincoln and says
the family are 'doing well.
We neglected last week to re
port the birth of a girl to Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Stetter and one to Mr.
and Mrs. Gr. A. Chapman.
W. E. Eberhart , of Woodlake ,
was in town Monday on business
and called on us for a visit. He is
living on the Vincent ranch.
Mrs. L.C. Sparks returned from
Hot Springs Sunday morning
where she spent several days
visiting friends. Her husband
will remain several days longer.
John M. Day and Miss Sadie
Downing , both of Woodlake , were
married at the M. E. Parsonage by
the Chas.VWayne Jfey Sup-
day evening at five o'clock. The
DEMOCRAT extends congratulations
and good wishes for a happy and
Cards have been received from
Judges Westover and Harrington
announcing the dates of District
Court held in the various counties
in this the 15th Judicial District of
Nebraska. The dates for Cherry
Co. , are June 1st and Nov. 23rd. ,
Sheridan Co. , June Sth and Nov.
16th ; Brown Co. , May 18th and
"We received a letter from P.
Balgord , of Galva , Iowa , last week
wishing us a Happy New Year
and many of them , also enclosing
a Postoffice order on subscription
and saying they were all well and
happy. - Mr. Balgord was well
and popularly 'known here and at
Rosebud where the family lived
for 'a nnmber of years.
School reopened Monday with
teachers and scholars all present
but we are minus a correspondent. 7
Considering the previous courtes
ies extended and accepted we
should be entitled to a brief report
at least of the doings of our school.
If we have been cut out through
any malice or prejudice or from i
an imaginary grievance , we are ,
entitled to an explanation.
Services at the M. E. Church d
next Sunday as follows : Sunday
school , 10 a. m. Morning services t
11 a. m. Class meeting , 12 m.
Junior League 2:30 : p. m. Ep-
worth League 6:30 : p. m. Even
ing service 7:30. : Prayer meeting
Thursday evening 7:30. : Morning1 1
sucject : "Lessons From Scenes,0
of Adversity. Evening subject : c
"The Call to a Sacred Mission , "
Frank C. Thompson was down
from Crookston last woek and hav
ing seen the ad of a sorrel horse' '
which belonged to J. C. Rounds
came in to notify us that the horse il i
was at his place. There was also I t
another horse at his place bearing i )
the same brand so Mr. Rounds will
find one horse that he didn't know
was missing. Mr. and Mrs.
Rounds are living in Mrs. Cook's
tie east pwt of town *
School reopenedMonday after
a vacation of two weeks. Pupils
and teachers all returned ready for
Robert N. Bruce , of Woodlake ,
died Sunday night Dec. 28,1902 ,
after a lingering illness from ulcer
of the stomach. About two months
ago Bob began going down and
though he had been a strong man
he could not rally. Death was
not a terror to him and he express
ed the wish that he be buried soon
and that no ceremonies be allowed
other than that of the lodges to
which he belonged. He carried
$2,000 in the A. O. U. W. and
$1,000 in the M. W. A. . Bob
leaves a wife and several children
Ibeside brothers and sisters to
mourn him. We extend sympa
thies to the bereaved family.
Valentine was well represented
at the State Teachers'Association
at Lincoln during the holidays.
Mrs. Mabel Towne-Caton , Co.
Supt. Miss Etta Brown , Mrs.
Vaughn , who also visited her home
in Burwell , and Miss Cora Thack-
rcy , who visited at her home at
Manhattan , Kan. , and Prof. Wat
son and wife , and Will Morgar-
eidgc and wife , of Merriman.
They met Miss Stoner and Mrs.
Crawford , of Peru. Both are
looking well. Miss Stoner claims
Valentine as her home and will be
with us again some time she says.
They all enjoyed a splendid time
and feel well repaid for their trip.
Miss Brown was re-electe'd Secre
tary of the Co. Supt. Section ,
\vhfcli makes'-her-third year itf
On the program for the concert
of the 25th Infantry Orchestra
next Friday are the following
L. Raymond Overture , a stand
ard work by Thomas the noted
2. A Spanish Waltz Suite , by
Weldteufel , full of dashing mel
3. The Bride's Prayer , a new
composition for violin and or
chestra , by Strobl.
i. A Grand Selection from the
favorite opera of Faust , an ever
welcome number to music lovers.
5' . In a Cosy Corner , the rage all
over the country during the
3. A number for the satinged in
struments entitle' Lost Happi
ness , by Gillet.
L A medley of songs of long ago ,
a number that will please the
The orchestra is remarkably
well drilled , which is shown by the
uniform bowing of the violins , the
blending of the different sections ,
the precision of every individual
ind the attention paid to minute
letails. This concert will afford
Valentine a rare opportunity to
hear good music.
Whereas : The Divine Ruler
has removed our beloved Broth
er and Neighbor Woodman , Rob
ert N. Bruce , from our midst be it
RESOLVED , that we extend our
sympathies to the bereaved family
and that our charter be draped in
mourning for a period of six
months. That these Resolutions
be spread upon the minutes of our
lodge and a copy of them Sent to
the bereaved family of our de
ceased Neighbor and that they be
published in the
W. A. PARKER , )
W. L. CHRYSLERCommittee [ ,
11903 RESOLUTIONS !
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to suggest that your reso
4 ? lution be to see our line
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We are busy holding
X ANNUAL INVOICED
MAX E. VIERTBL CROOKSTON
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COME AND SEE OUR
Xmas Handkerchiefs for children
Xmas Mittens " " , . .
Allso our Fine Line of Xmas Candies ' - -
W. A. Pettycrew , General Merchandise.
W. T. Bishop ,
The "Wilber Barn
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Your Patronage Solicited-
WINES , LIQUORS AND CIGARS
OF THE CHOICEST BRANDS
Accounts of Merchants , Ranchmen and Individuals invited. Money
to loan on first-class cattle paper and other securities.
Valentine State Bank
( Successors to Cherry County Bank. )
Capital Paid Up
VALENTINE , NEBRASKA
WHITTEMORE , President J. W. STETTER , Vice Presiden
CHARLES SPARKS , Cashier
r. C. HORNBY W. S. JACKSON
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The place to get the best Windmillj also pomps and Tanks.
First door south of the Donoher Douse
Highest dash price $ * Id for 111 ( let * and Fttrtf.
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