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About Valentine Democrat. (Valentine, Neb.) 1900-1930 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 15, 1903)
OLUME XV ill VALENTINE , NEBRASKA. OCTOBER ,15 1903. NUMBER ; * ' . )
49Heating Stoves , Cast and Steel Ranges * *
Cook Stoves 5 *
We now call \our attention to our large and com
plete line of Heathig Stoves , Hard < oal Uurners
and Steel Ranguf , which we now have on our
N floors ready for inspection. We are glad to say ,
and can prove what we say , that we have the best ,
w line of stoves that has ever been offered to the
people of this part of the country.
Prices find Quality Guaranteed.
We are abe sole agents for the "Retort Jewel5' , a
stove which has been improved upon by men who ft * .
have had years of experience in the stove busi
ness and i < - therefore the best ' 'Ketort" stove on .
the market , a good one which is especially adapted -
, ed to the cheaper grades of solt coal , handled by
our dealers here. We are also sole agents of the
"Cole's Bet Blast" stoves. If you need a stove
call and see us. fcfr
Winter Wraps and Clothing' '
f. Take away the dread of cold weather.
; The BEST Styles and fit in Ladies Jackets ,
iv i Ready and Tailor/made Suits and Overcoats
For fall and winter wear.
Caps and Gloves for a chilly drive ,
, AND CLOTHIER.
4 ? Our Tin and Sheet Iron work can't be beatv A
? first class tinner and good material to work with.
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Guns and Ammunition
Haymakers Tools '
49 General Hardware , Stoves and Rang- |
0 Beds , Springs , Mattresses and a *
' Furniture , windmills and Pumps , j *
; FRAHK FISCHER ,
' JAMES B. HULL
UHHE OWL SALOON Proprietor
Sole Agents for
1 Ak and Porter , And FRED KRUG'S BEER
Choicest Wines and Cigars ,
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CITIZENS MEAT MARKE
HENRY STETTER , PROP
I FRESH FRUIT AND GAME
" IN THEIR SEASON
First-class line of Steaks , Roasts
Dry Salt Meats , Smoked
Chartered as a State Bank Chartered as a National Bank
1 , 188 $ , . . . August 12.1902 ,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Valentine , Nebraska.
( Successor to )
. APItf AL AtD IN A General Banking
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0.H. CoBHuL , . President jf. , Vice-President.
M. V. NICQOLRON , Cashier.
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Local Weather Record
U. 8. Department olericulture i
Weather Bureau )
Valentine , Nebraska , week endlnjj 6 a. m , .
Maximum temperature ? 9 degrees on the 10th
M'nimum temperature , 31 degrees on the 8th.
Mean temperature. 52.0 degrees , which is 2.5
decren above the normal.
Total precipitation , 0 03 inch , which is 0 19 in < h
H. McP , BALDWIN ,
Official in Charge.
The Valentine Bottling Works
puts up the finest kind of soft
H. 0. Jackson , the insurance
man is in town.
Ed Reiser , of Brownlec , was in
the city last Saturday.
James . "J. Shariley , of Brownlee ,
was in town this week.
Cv J. O'Connor , of Chesterfield ,
was in town this week.
Dr ; E. J. DeBellr of Kosebud ,
was in town yesterday. ,
Mrs. A. B. Ries , of Crookston ,
was in town the first of the week.
Charley Logan and Fred Mur
rey , of Norden , visited in this city
D. E. Miller , Sandy Griswold
and son were out from Omaha the
! first of the week.
Win ; Epke and J. H. Searby
were in town from Crookston
'Mrs. Hiram Davis , a daughter
of J. A. Hooton , is home on a visit ;
0. D. Petit , of Sioux City , is in
town looking after collections for
a bank of that city.
F. H. Goodfellow was up from !
Ashland , Nebr. , last Saturday and
bought 26 head of good mules. ,
Mrs. Wm. Palmer and Mrs. D.
A.Melton called at our office last
Saturday while they were in town
Wm. Heelan , of Arabia , was in
town Wednesday-on business and
took out some lumber to do some
Wm. Thunder Hawk and Wm.
Iron Shell , printers onthe New
Era at. Rosebud , were in town
John Jones , who is working for
B. J. Hoffacker of Simeon , was in
town Monday ; after a load of grain
for the ranch , , -
Rev. Carpenter took his wife
down to Omaha last Monday and
jblaced her in the St. Joseph's hos *
pital for treatment *
O. W. Hahn and son were In
town yesterday getting some lum
ber to build a coal house , some
fence and SOMe" coaL
[ Frank Lee , a prosperous ranch
man of Brownlee , made our office
a pleasant call while in town the
latter part of last week ,
Mrs. 0. Wa Morey departed yes
terday morning to see her father
and brother in Iowa , who are. very
ill and not expected to live *
Jas. A. Saults , of iJnlow * pre
cinct , called on us yesterday while
in town on business. He doesn't '
come to our town vdry often ; .
Supt. L , K. Travis and wife , of
St' Mary's Mission School on the
reservation , were in town the fore
part of the week on business.
G , W. Sisleror" Crookston , was
in the city on business Tuesday.
He made this office a pleasant visit
while in'town and incidentally left
a dollar on subscription.
Joe McCloud , of near Simeon ,
sent us a sample of fine potatoes
that-he raised , which' are as large
as any we have seen tnis year.
They are of the Early Ohio va
riety and 'lfev says that he will have
Remember the silver gray con
test to be held at the M. E. church
on Tuesday , October 20th. All
contestants are over 40 years old.
It will be worth hearing. Be sure
There was a big crowd in attend
ance last Saturday at the mule'sale
and the mules brought fair prices.
The Schromm Bros , know how to
advertise when they have any
thing for sale.
Mrs. A. D. Brown came home
last Friday morning from Sheri
dan , Wyo ; , but stopped to visit
Mrs. Elmer Cole at Whitman for
several days on her way here.
She expects to be here several
A train load of cattle was shipped
out from Cody last Monday eve
ning , made up by Messers Bishop
& YoUhg , 'Stotts & Stetter , Rcim-
enschnider & Childers , Yancy , W.
H. Carter , Bruce Moore and Geo.
Heyne. " B. F. Carter went down
with them to Sioux City.
The little baby of Mr. and Mrs.
Jesse Gorsuch died in this city
last Thursday night at the home of
Milt Dunham and wife , its grand
parents. The little-one was about
4 months old. The funeral was
1 conducted Saturday by Rev. Clark
from the Pres.byterian church.
Mrs. Easmus Anderson and lit
tle boy came down from Rosebud
last Friday and visited her sister
'and ' friends in town for a few days.
She says they are doing nicely in
the Rosebud hotel and Mr. Ander
son is running the electric light
plantain addition to other work.
J. R. Lewis , a son-in-law of
Abram Peyton south of town ,
called on us Tuesday while here
proving up on his claim. Mr.
Lewis and wife departed for Chicago
cage yesterday morning where he
has a position on the Chicago
Tribune running a linotype ma
P. Balgord , formerly of Rose
bud , but now running a blacksmith ,
I wagon and carriage shop atGalva ,
la. , writes that he and family are
getting along nicely and he is hav
ing a good trade. He encloses
another dollar for the DEMOCRAT
and says he is glad to hear from
his old friends at home.
The man who was cut injbwo last
Monday night proved to be Joe
Irwin , of Brocksburg , and had-
taken the train at Newport on
Monday evening for "Wyoming ,
| where he was going in search of
! empleyment. The news was tele
graphed to Newport and his folks
notified by telephone. A brother
came up and took charge of the
remains. About two years ago
! another brother of this man was
killed by lightning. No one knows
just how Jas. Irwin happened to
; fall under the train at Cody , but it
is supposed he fell oil'or had got
ten off and fell under the train
while attempting to get back on.
Several ladies have decided to
speak and- will 'have a contest for
a silver medal under the auspices
of the W. C. T. U. at the M. E.
church next Tuesday evening.
Five ladies who arc over 40 years
; of age will speak and a silver med
al will be awarded , to the best
speaker , by the judges who will
be chosen from the audience. ;
There will be an admission , fee of :
ten cents charged to .pay expenses.
"I This' will likely draw the largest
crowd of people of , any entertain-
rnent recently given an.d. it will be
worth hearing. ( Mesdames M. R. .
Harden , M. E , Moon , Helen
r- Hornby ; W. 'A. Daniels and Mar
garet Query are the speakers ,
Cft&fe sud irc'a ;
4 IK $ MISCELLANY I
f ? Art Squares
4 ? '
43 Finely woven hard granite weave cotton stock in all
4 ? patterns ; clear colors , guaranteed fast , $4.00 , § 5,00. $6.00 i
Small Rugs - ft *
Good numbers . * . . . S5c to $2.00 JJ
Beautiful in coloring and design _ $3,00 , $4.50 , $0.00 &
4 $ Women's Knit Corset Covers
S Long sleeves , high neck , gray ribbed cotton.
j-Angora | Wool j *
< g ? In white and gray for knitting the children's ' 'kilty'3
4 $ hoods.
Jjj Ladies Dancing Slippers
High French heel , four strap , patent leather . $2.00
4 ? Silk Handkerchiefs
Specially made for making the popular handkerchief fc *
4 ! ? * kimona. ?
Davenport & Thacher | J
GENERAL MERCHANTS i *
. . . .Our stock of. . . .
fAU AND WH CiSS
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.
Gome ancL see. -
, V1EBTBX * NEBRASKA1
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Are best for GOOD LIVING. You get satis
faction from Good Groceries and we get satis
faction in furnishing them. "We give you -the
in quality at a price you are willing to pay.
; W. A. Petty crew , General Merchandise.
rreroT * ? wrrrirrs-
CORN CRIBS !
Let us ligrire. with you on- :
STORM SASH ; BUGGIES ; WAGONS ; BUG
GIES wide and narrow tire ; MO LIKE , FUL
LER and JOHNSON Wagons'POSTS ; ,
ROOFING ; WIRE , black and gal
vanized : HOG FENCE ;
' . ' PAINTS , Lead and Oil ;
GROWN COTTAGE COL-
"ORS ; BUILDERS HARDWARE ;
TAR PAPER ; TAR FELT ; RED
ROSIN ; RUBBEROID ; WINDMILLS ;
Galvanized PUMPS and- TANKS ; CEMENT :
LIME and BRIOK.
LUDWIG LUMBER GO.
L. G SPARKS , Manager.
ln YOU WANT A WINDMIIL ? ! If good tfio-yott one. want
The place to get the best Windmill , also p'mnpd and Taiike.
Fii-st duoreoiith of tlie Donohur Uoiise
rush price jiairt for Slid u < l Furs.
- Valentine , Netor
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