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VuLUMJi XIIJ VALENTINE , NEBRASKA. DECEMBER 10 , 1903. NUMBER 4 7
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* f As the holiday geaKon vill soon be at hand we take
49 pleasure in calling your attention to a few of the good
49K things wo have in store for you. We have the largest
* 49 ? and most complete line of Skates ever produced in the
* town. When you want a pair of H Kates call for the
. " o' ' which we have the exclusive sale. Each and every
pair rua auteed satisfactory or monerefunded. .
\Ve have also just received
n' large Hue of fcilver Ware *
consisting .f Kee.n Kutter , if- i >
lioger Hroe.4N7orma" & !
and "Njckte Silver" Ware. Quality and prices guaranteed. 2 i * >
< 'all and see us before buying elsewhere. We can save you
, / money and send you on " vour wav rejoicing , tliat you had been
/ ' FRONT MERC. CO.
Winter Wraps and Cbthingi
Take away the dread of < old weather.
The BEST Styles and fit in Ladies Jackets ,
Ready and Tailotvmade Suits and Overcoats
/ For fall and winter wear.
Caps and Gloves for a chilly drive ,
IU U I 1 IIIHIU. AND CLOTHIER.
All Kinds of Coal !
"Estate " " " i
Oak" and "Radiant Home"
are the best on the market. Neat !
ornamental and they have good j
beating qualities. They'll keep fire through the coldest night j
with ordinary coal. Moore's celebrated Premium Thermom-1
eter Guide Kange is the best for cooking and will wear a life time , j
FURNITURE and UNDERTAKING. ]
FRANK FISCHtR J
DEALER IN GENERAL HARr WARF j
rod aa a cit t.e Bftn haj-tered aa a National Bank
Jun 1. 1884. August 12. 1802 ,
f. FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Valentine , Nebraska.
( Successor to )
.lES voJLsof "V aJLijL tJL" " * ! . © . * "
APiTAJj PAID LN 9/ ° GM > er l Hitul uc
4 O otuuu. " V Exnhanee and
C. H. CORNELL , President. J. T. MAY , Vice-President.
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GET AT THIS
Can Satisfy You to Otwlit ? Price
TALK OF THE TOWN J
Local Weather Record
C. S. Department or Agriculture <
Weather Bureau f
Valentine. .Nebraska , week ending C a. in
Maximum temperature 51 degrees on the
Minimum * mperanirf. 02 decrees on tht * Oftt
Menu etiiperatnrv 29. degrees , which is
degree-i hov * the normal.
Total preHpifcitlon , 0.08'inch which is 0 06
below th uurmal
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Geo. Veach was up from AraBia
I. C. Stotts was down fromCod ;
a few days ago.
J. A. Sparks is spendin this
.week in Valentine.
Frank Grooms called at oufj&fj
fice this wreek while in tjpwn. ( ' ]
Alex Burr , .of Pullman , s ejnj
several days in town last
J. A. Yaryan , 'of Pullmanff&ii
of the jurors the-past term 61
returnee ! home Tuesday.
Anson Xewberry wag down from
Cody the first of the week , payirfg ;
taxes and greeting friends. . > . . - / ' .
A. L. Anderson , , of .this city ,
called and renewed his subscript
ion to THE DEMOCRAT the'asb ]
"Miss Allie Cyphers has returned
from Pine -Ridge.where sheJias
been visiting with her' father'.for
some time past.
Skating is good on
chaduza and large numbers 'of bur1
young people find the usual winter
sport exhilarating. . " . . . .
Thomas Gates , of Lime Springs/
Iowa , was in. town last week asa -
witness in the case of-Enlow : Cat
tle Co. vs Gates & -Ganow. . . :
Sunday next , theholy sacrifice ,
of the mass will be celebrated at !
Nenzel at 10 o'clock in the. raornrj
inj. After mass explanation of
the catholic doctrine.
John J. O'Donnell , now in
charge' of the weather bureau' sta
tion at Bridgetown , Barbadbes ,
West Indies , has been ordered to' ;
take permanent charge of the
weather office here. He is . expected * -
ed to arrive within two months.
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Henry Carter : carae down from
Cody this .weelv and. will visit with ,
his daughter , Mrs. Shore.for
awhile. He has been.making1 Ids
home the past few. months-with1
his son , Wm. H. Carter ofCody ,
and helps him care for his cattle. '
W. A. Parker a.nd. Abe Bailey ,
of Wood'Lake , were up on bui -
ness Tuesday and stayed over night
waiting for a. train take..them . . .
home. Mr. Parke'r inf6rme.d./us.
that Fred Brayton had the 'mis
fortune Sunday night of having
his barn burned. Four head of
horses , four sets of harness , five
saddles and a quantity . of feed
burned also. Mr. Parker did not
learn the. origin , of the fire.
District court adjourned1 Tuesday
after finishing up the court-docket
and all business on hand. Judge
West over , in discharging the jurors
of this term of court , thanked them
for the attention given , for their
fairness in rendering decision "and
complimented them upon their
earnest efforts to deal justice and
enforce the laws. Each and every'
juror and people in general attend
ing court will go to their homes
with kindly remembrances of the
! Judge , of his faithfulness to his
duties' , the wisdom of his decision- ;
I and rulings and with a duller con-
I fidence , if possible , in his ability ,
firm in the belief that he. can be
trusted -whatever capacity he
may be found and assured that our
couniry is safe with such men as
I Judge WH , WfcfcV& ia
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Aug. 2,1903 , at WoodlakcNeb. : ,
[ Broke 990 flying targets , using a
& 2-caIibre repeating rifle and solid
MI making a world's record.
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,5 At Woodlake , Nebr. , Oct. 14 ,
903 , broke 1000 Hying targets
straight in 40 minutes , using a 22-
calibre and solid ball targets in
inth above events , size If inches.
lA'Seqond world's record.
J At King's Mills , Ohio , Nov. 19 ,
,1903 ' , broke I ( > i9 flying targets
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Straight , size f of an inch , shot at
rl'5 feet. A third world's record.
. | At Cincinnati , Ohio , .on grounds
f Cincinnati Gun Club , before C.
D. D. Gross , Arthur
other members ,
ing clay targets at
ket , breaking these
rA fourth nvorld's rcc-
'apt/A. ' Hardy-of Efydnnis ,
rfelling representative of Win-
'rni-er''Repeating ArmsCo. : , ' who
holies the world's record for rapid-
s.hobfcing , and which he broke at
ChHaron Jast Thursday , December
3jlll)3and ( ) which will be contested
for In Omaha , at Washington hall ,
by prefix W. Ellis of Rocuford ,
HLvwas'jn Valentine Tuesday and
ga ja exhibition of' his s'kill as
anifeqier rifle 'shot "at-3' o'clock p.
hiC j ; near 'tile3 ' court 'houste , in the !
presence of about fifty of Valcn- . '
tine's enthusiastic sportsmen. A
card.\yas cut off edgewise several
times at..a distance of about fifteen
feet with a 22-short greaseless and
smokeless Winchester. The ashes
of a half smoked cigar in the mouth
of the target holder was cut off at
the same ; djstance. Fif by black |
walnuts-were tossed up and shot' '
in rapid succession at a distance of
12 to 15 .feet. Three tin cans were
thrown -up similtaneouSly and'a :
bullet put.in . each before they
touched the. ground. Some fancy
shoptirijj ( vas 'done by C.apt. Hardy
by bending rp\er .backwarcl until
t he .gun * was" " on a ' level , shooting
an inch square block off a post. A
mirror was also used to sight and.
several backward.shots made , each ,
hitting the target. Several"-pen
nies were tossed" in tlie'-air and hit.
Numerous- otUmaVticIe'sra march
exploded , 3-grain quinine capsule
shot in..m,5fl : M'Tnnd the ashes olf.ii-V
cigarette cutoffa.njncUfr.om.the. . ;
holder's mouth at a distance of 12
or 15 feet.
. Mrs. Nellie
Bennett , special rep
resentative of Lafl-in & Hand shot
gun powder ' "Infallible , ' ' was
present and witnessed tlie practice
shoot of Capt. Hardy , ilrs. Ben
nett is an expert at shooting Blue
Rocks and is said .to be the -best
woman trapishot ; inthe. . . . world.
Exhibitions of her skill were given'
atChadron , Merriman.and at Long
Pine 'this weejv. Mrs. Bennett ,
goes'to Brerihan , Texto attend
the Sunny South Handi-cap in January - ,
uary , and will go as a representa
tive of Colorado to the N"ew York
Sportsman' Show in FeKruary , at
Madison Square Garden.
There will be an election- of
ficers of Valentine Camp No. 1751 '
M. W. ' A. , on ' next Wednesday
evening , December 1C. All members - ' [
bers : irc requested to be present.
The Valentine Bottling .Works
pntsup the finest kind of soft
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XMAS Presents of Fine China alwaysrnakeo * ,
acceptable gifts. We want you to see our selection
Vases , 35c to $2.50 each. Tall vases for long stemmed
roses § 1.50. Beautiful Royal Vienna Ware 81.25. & > ' '
Cups and Saucers 25c to $2.50 each.
pieces are exquisite
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% Tankard. Hand painted nYblending of pink roses and rich JJ
$ chocolate tints , 12' inches in height § G.OO.
4 $ Salt and Peppers. Cut glass § 1.00 pur pair.
J ? blue § 1.00. Rose decorated 50c . . . . . 2 *
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49 Ramikins. Haviland ware , beautifully decorated § 2.25 toJ ?
Jf S-i.50 per set. ' & > *
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, Mayonnaise Bowls. "New shape § 1.50 to § 2.50.
J ? Bowls § 2:50" : to § 3.50. : ; . . " ' ' * '
ft Plates. New designs , -beautiful coloring § 1-.25 to § * .00. . - | J
| c Cut Glass Dishes. Kew.patterns/Handsomely cut § 2.00 .
| to § 7.00. ' ' *
Five o'clock Tea Sets at75c to-$400f ?
. Our stock of.
Arc 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 E. VIERTBL
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irs class line of Stealis Roasts
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J.'W STETTKU , Vice President " ' ' " CQKA.X. AVA.-n'KKs , Asjaislant asbkr. J ; - , -
Jl-.tere8t.pmd ou.tituc _
deposits. : -
Capital. , .825.000 - -
Surplus. Sl.,00.0 ,
Persons seeking a plae.e.pf ; safety or their "I " _
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9 \ to-f.-ivtt- : " . ' methods employed in our business. "
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