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About Valentine Democrat. (Valentine, Neb.) 1900-1930 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 8, 1903)
'V VOLUME XVIII VALENTINE , NEBRASKA , OCTOBER 8 , 1903. NUMBER 38
; Heating Stoves , Cast and Steel Kanges&f
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' We now call your attention to our large and com
plete line of Heating Stoves , Hard Coal Burners
and Steel 'Rangee , which we now have on our
floors ready for inspection. We are glad to say ,
and can prove what we say , that we have the best
* liue' of stoves that has ever been offered to the
people of this part of the country. -to
Prices and Quality Guaranteed. toft
We are also sole agentb for the "Retort Jewel' ' , a
1 " - / stove which has been improved upon by men who
liave had years of experience in the stove busi
/ * * ness , and if therefore the best ' 'Retort" stove on
. .the market , a good one which is especially adapted -
f ed to the cheaper grades of soft coal , handled by
our' dealers here. We are also sole agents of the to
"Cole's Hot Blast" stoves. If you need a stove tote
49 call and . to
" see us. tote
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| Wmter Wraps and Clothin
r p3 t Take away the dread of cold weather.
. ? 1 The BEST Styles and fit in Ladies Jackets ,
Ready and Tailor unlade Suits and Overcoats
For fall and winter wear.
' .fi Gaps and Gloves for a chilly drive ,
; STIGaps TAILOE
. AND CLOTHIER.
tt &j j&Mr &tt& F&L&'S'-
49 Our'Tin and Sheet Iron work can't be beat. A ftto
J ? first class tinner and good material to work with. tote tote
fj Haymakers Tools tote
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* CJeii rai Hardware Stoves and
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Ueds , Springs , Mattresses and to
furniture , windmills and Pumps , tote tote
FRANK FISCHER ,
JAMES B. HULL
HE OWL SALI Proprietor-
v v Sole Agents for ,
HERALD PUEE RYE WHISKEY
Ale and PSrter , And FRED KRUG'S BEER
r ' * - Choicest Wines and Cigars ,
VALENTINE . .X NEBRASKA
CITIZENS MEAT MARKET
HENRY STETTER , PROP
FRESH FRUIT AND CA1WE
IN THEIR SEASON
First-class line of Steaks , Roasts
Dry Salt Meats , Smoked
Chartered as a State Bank Chartered as a National Bank
Jun 1 , 1884. August 12. 1002 ,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Valentine , Nebraska.
( Successor to )
CAPITA ! , PAID IN _
SS5OOQ. Exchan e * nd
' Collection Business.
0. H. CORNELL , President. J. T. MAY , Vice-President.
M , V , NICHOLSOK , Cashier.
TALK OF THE TOWN
Local Weather Record
U. S. Department of Agriculture I
ftto Weather Bureau J
tote Valentine , Nebraska , .week ending 0 a , m ,
to October 7,1903
to Maximum temperature 83 degrees on the 2nd
tote - Minimum temperature , 40 decrees on the 7th
tote Mean temperature , 57.1 degrees , which is 2.7
decree above the normal.
Total precipitation , 0.19 inch , which is 0 2 Inch
above the normal.
toft H.McP , BALDWIN ,
Official in Charge ,
ft Jas. Hudson , of Sparks , was in
ftto town last Saturday.
Wash Honey and Leroy Leach
* * were up from Woodlake Tuesday.
* Born , to V.E. Brainard and wife
a baby boy Monday September 23 ;
Henry Brown and Wm. Archer
* were in town on business last .Sat-
The Valentine Bottling Works
puts up the finest kind of soft
Hans Ulrick.moved * - i . < . , . his-family .
and household goods out into.the
country last week. . ;
S. M. Woodward , of.Irwin.was
in town Tuesday attending the.re
John Haeber and .John , * Adamson -
son were in town attending the
' - "
J. T. Gaskill , of Spring iew ,
was up last weejk visiting his
tives west and east of town.
A. M. Morrissey returned last.
Friday morning from a visit'back
in New York with his 'folks.
Martin and Henry Becker , Lew
is Taylor and Lewis &olle''iit we're .
in town Saturday for a social ' time ' L. ,
Art Sherman and wife and Mrs.
C : E. Sherman returned last week
from Moscow , Idaho , to'make Val
entine their home. " " ' " '
Max E. Viertel , of Crookston - - ,
was down Tuesday. He tells us ,
that Mr. Baumgartl 'will put in a
bowling alley at Crookston soon. '
A great big stout man was in
town Tuesday evening and gave an
exhibition of his strength in Bob's "
place to a crowd of a hundred or
Geo. Cyphers returned last week
to his work at'Pine Kidge Agency
as boss carpenter. His daughter ,
Miss Allie , accompanied him to
visit for awhile. -
Don't forget Schromm Bros ,
mule and horse sale Saturday , Oc
tober 10th. 35 head of mules' and
20 head of horses will be sold 'at
the Valentine stock yards.
L. M. Hudson , of Sparks , asks 9
us to put his name on our list-this
week so that he can read the news r
every week and not need to ask r
somebody what's going on. D
J. W. Stetter returned the first si
of the week from Sioux City where ccw
he had re-shipped 10 cars of cattle w
from Omaha markets. Roosevelt viw
is not keeping up the price very w
well on cattle. b
Dave Archer and one of the I
Polen boys had a horse race Saturday
day while in town. The purse was
§ 30 and was won by Polen's horse all
coming out about 50 feet ahead in
a quarter-mile race.
Mrs. Len Bivens departed Monday - L
day morning for Holt , Clay coun
ty , Mo. , where she will visit her
grandmother. Her grandfather
died last spring and left Mrs. Biv- .
ens some Missouri land.
Chas. B. Kicketts , of Merriman ,
came down Tuesday morning and Lo
visited until today with D. M. Jef-
fers' family , when he and his wife
started for Idaho City , Idaho ,
where they expect to make their
future home. T\re \ enjoyed a pleas
ant visit from Mr. Hicketts yester
day and feel sorry that he is going the
tp'lfeavepur cpuBty. " w 'oj
j Geo. J. Gaskill this week become
a reader of THE DEMOCRAT. He's
a prosperous industrious young
man of good habits and is "a demo
crat. Why shouldn't he read the
best democratic paper in the west ?
Martin Haley has returned'from
Charley Tackett's on the reservation
tion where he has been for the past
three months Lelpingin haying.
He has been running one of the
mowers and Mr. Tackett says he's
a fin'e hand at it.
Old Ted Ormeshcr didn't get
the nomination for county assessor
on the republican ticket but he'd
have , made a whole lot better assessor
ser than E. C. Cole though Mr.
Cole is a very nice fellow. Ted |
feels all right about it but some of
his friends don't.
J. E. Lee was in the city on
business last week. He owns more
land than any one > man in Cherry
county we believe , and some day
when , some of life's lessons have
been learned by other people Cher
ry countyland will be worth more
than it now sells for.
Capt. A. G. Shaw had a stroke
of paralysis last Saturday night
which-came very near being fatal.
-He fellj over about nine o'clock
when he .got up to wind the clock
preparatory to going to bed and
-unconscious on the floor for
two" hours -when he revived and
was soon ' -as well apparently as
before.He . thinks it was caused
by ; .an enlarged artery on the left
' ; T-lie Republican last'week in try-
ing'to ive a report of our conven
tion stated in" part : "Those pres
ent voted'to adjourn to Oct. 10th
in'the hope of securing a better
-representation , but about 5 o'clock
a-few 'of the leaders slipped back
to the judge's office and nominated
the" following : ' ' This" is incor-
'r'ect as the convention did notleave
rthe judge's office until the ticket
was nominated. The motion to
"adjourn to Oct. 10th being re-con-
si'dered'all"business was trans
acted before the convention ad
journed"'The republican has a
habit of guessing at what it does
not know and publishes as facts.
We do not like to think its editor
would wilfully and maliciously
Star Jpurnal : T.h e entertain-
Iment at t.he.M. E , church Tuesday
evening by the 25fch infantry band
of Ft. Kiobrara ig pronouncedthe
best so far given in Ainsworth this
season. The church was packed
tc its utmost capacity and the band
received many encores after the
rendition of each selection. Geo.
D. Thompson , the band leader , in
speaking to the writer said : * 'The
concert was a complete success and
we hope to have the pleasure of
visiting Ainsworth again on our
winter tour. We will bring both
brass ] and orchestra bands. I wish
thank the good people of Ains
worth for their kind appreciation
our efforts and trust that we
may ahvays merit their esteem in
DIED ; Little 'Elmer Christo
pher , son of Mr. and Mrs. Otto
Krasch , died at two o'clock in the
morning of Oct. 4 , 1903 , attheage
ofi'yrs. . 11 mos. and 3 days. Mr.
and Mrs. Krasch have the sympa
thy of their friends and neighbors
their sorrow. '
Anirels are softly nntwinine tlieir string ? ,
Loosing its ties to the beautiful clsiy.
! Thev have lit'ted thnir hovering winga.
Joyous they snap him in triumph away.
Mourn your loved oue not as lost , . .
Tie s''epg ' a calm and pe.-icefu' sleep. '
Thniuih tf ars ° f irrief for him yoii shed $ > ' ; '
He's gone where mortals never ' , weep , 11 i J ri > , .fr. . j i
We extend -our * many 'thjvrrksTto
our friends and heighbors through
sickness .and death of our little
one , MB , and MKS , OTTO KKASH , S
W Art Squares tote
l Finely woven hard granite weave cotton stock in all toW
R patterns ; clear colors , guaranteed fast , Stt.OO , $5.00 , § 6.00 to
R Small Rugs . to
S . Good numbers . ' S5c to 82.00 J
Couch Covers $
ft in - Beautiful in coloring and design $3.00. $ i.50. $6.00'J
$ ft Women's ' Knit Corset Covers to to
J Long sleeves , high neck " , gray ribbed cotton. fj
Angora Wool j *
4 $ In white and gray for knitting the children's "kitty" i >
hoods. ' . - i *
Jjj Ladies Dancing Slippers. ' S
43 High French heel , four strap , patent leather $2.00
43 Silk Handkerchiefs
4 % Specially made for making the popular handkerchief i *
| j Davenport & Thacher tote tote
S GENERAL MERCHANTS tote
.Our stock of.
Are coming in daily and we invite
you to come and look them over and
get prices before buying elsewhere.
Give us a chance to show you our
lines which are complete. We handle
- ' everything and our prices our right' .
Come and see.
MAX B. VIERTBL CROOKSTON NEBRASKA
Are'besffor GOOD LIVING. You get satis--
'faction from Good Groceries and we get satis
faction in furnishing them. : We give you the f
best'in quality at a price you aie ; willing to-pay. ' .9
. A. Pettycrew , General
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Sweeps Loaders and Rakes
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And in fact everything needed ' " fieldi1 ' * ' ' ' " ' ' '
" - . ; . . . . - t . _ ifr'the"hay . - . , . - . . . f : , , ; , T - . . . '
I Corn Harvesters , Shiedders anS-Eotato.
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' ' Diggers" * : - - - / , - < - / * - '
Almost-household * necessities. * " 4 *
| Eclipse Windmills , Gasoline Engines ,
Pumps , Cylinders .arid. Well Pipe.
Lumber for Corrals.
Lime , Plaster , Stucco and Hair when
you are building.
SPECIAL PEICB on Barb Wire. ; ; rj :
"We want you to know that wt have every thing-usually
kept in our line. Come in and feel at home.
H ftJ D
L. C SPARKS , Manager. : ; '
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The pluco to get the l est WindniiH , also pumps : ui < J Tin i KB.
First d'Hir eolith of the honoher Eloii u
2Ii jhcst cash price p id for 5fii < Irx and. I nr * .
. MOON - - - Y&lentme , Ketar
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