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XV111 VALENTINE. NEBRASKA. DECEMBER 17. 1903. NTTMBER 48
As tin ; holiday season tvill soon he at. hand we take
ptaanure. in calling \ ( ur utt ntit n r < H few of the good
w - have in store for } ou "We have the largest
HI id most complete line of Skates ever produced in the
49 town. When you want a pair of skafes call for the
49 oi which we have the exclusive sale. Each and every
49 pair guaianteed satisfactory or money refunded.
J ! We have also just received
4) * large liiie of Silver Wnre
foiit-isting f Keen Kutter ,
1S47 Uoger Bros.'Norma"
* ? and "Niekle Silver" Ware. Quality and prices guaranteed. i 5 * *
. < 'all and see us before buying elsewhere. We can save you
< S money and send you on your wav rejoicing , that you had been
I * Ar * RED _ . FRONT * . MERC. CO. * *
& J * ' SKJQ3 VV ! &
IGET IT FOR
Fancy Suspenders in single Cartons
\ Fancy Neckwear : Scarfs , Ties , Silk Handkerchiefs , Mufflers' '
and Collars and Cuffs.
Ladies Furs : Handsome and useful presents.
Our store is chock full of goods. Come and make your selection.
i iiu A L"I I TAILOR
U . 0 i lilMnU. AND CLOTHIER.
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All Kinds of Coal !
i "Estate Oak" and "Radiant Home" |
IStoves are the best on the market. Neat i
and ornamental and they have good !
[ heating qualities. They'll keep fire through the coldest night ]
I with ordinary coal. Moore's celebrated Premium Thermom- ]
I eter Guide Range is the best for cooking and will wear a life time , i
IFURMTURE and UNDERTAKING. !
! FRANK FISCHER !
IN GENERAL HAR WARE i
sntjrt-red HH a Stte Bank Chartered as a National Bank
Jun 1. 1884. August 12. 1902 ,
The FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Valentine , Nebraska ,
XC1 ' % * Exchange
C. H. CORNFU , , President. J. T. MAY , Vice-President
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TALK OF THE TOWN
Local Weather Fecord
\ . - > Dei-ailment of Agriculture
. . Weather Bureau \
Valentine. Nebraska , week ending G a. in.
Maximum temperature 44 degrees onine I5rl
Minimum temperature , 06 dejjreesou the 12th
Mean temperature 17. decrees.
Total precipitation , 0 3 inch.
D. P. McCALLUM ,
Official in Charge ,
A. S. Graeff was on our streets
0. "W. Hahn and wife were ID
Ed Pike , of Crookston , was on
our streets yesterday.
1. N. Rhine , of Crookston , was
transacting business in town yes
W. H. Hooper was in town
Tuesday and tells us that he lost
five head of cattle in the stalk
Chas. Latta called on us for a
social visit yesterday while in town
after a load of grain and groceries
and to have some dental work done.
The ladies of the M. E. church
will serve oysters and lunch at
Bethel hall on New Year night
from five until half-past eight
o'clock. Oysters 25c. , lunch loc
or 3oc for all.
* i *
Geo. W. Keller , of Cascad , was
in town the first of the week on
business with the county officials ,
and found time to call at our office
for a.short visit and pay another
'year's subscription to THE DEAIO-
The jR. li. Co. has been repair
ing the ice track the past week ,
preparatory to putting up ice from
the Minnechaduza Lake north of
town by the mill , which they use.
at different points on their rail
road from Omaha to the Black
Prof. V. S. Saf ranek , band lead
er of the 25th infantry , and Hos
pital Steward Esterly , of Ft. Nio
brara , were in town last Saturday
on business and for recreation.
The professor informs us that he
is contemplating giving another
concert in our cit.v in the near fu
Forest , the next youngest bo.\
of Mr. and Mrs. James Sheparrl.
wa * kicked in the face by a horn-
that he was currying Tuesday. He
was pretty badly , but not serinu.
ly , hurt. One tooth was knocked
out and another loosened but he
WHS up and walking around a F w
Next Sunday will be the fir-t
quarterly meeting of the confei-
ence year. Rev. A. R. Julian , the
presiding elder , will conduct ser
vices both morning and evening.
On Saturday evening at 8 o'clock
the business part of the conference
will be held. All the official board
are invited to be present.
Louis Nollette , an industrious
citizen , living 15 miles northeast
of Valentine , was in town Satur
day transacting necessary busi
ness. Mr. Nollette only comes to
town when he finds it necessary a
he finds his time well taken up ii
caring for his family and doiny
his work since the death of his
wife. His two oldest girls , aged
5 and 3 years respectively are with
his brother Felix Nolette and his
youngest at the home of his si t. r
Mrs. Louis Taylor. This lav s
his three boys , aged 12 , 8 and o
years respectively , at home uith
him. No one fully realizes the
caru and worry that a man" will
have alone with "Ins children who
need constant care and with his
work to do , excepting one who has
I The Valentine Bottling Work
puts up the finest kind of sof
Jas. Huds'on was in town Mon
day from near Sparks and handec
the editor pay for an estray notice
of some cattle that he had taken
up about a year ago. He is shorl
some cattle and would appreciate
information leading to their recov
Geo. Jackson vs Josie Jackson ,
Newton Grooms vs Ludwig
Bock , dismissed.
Enlow Cattle Co. vs Mallow B.
Ganow et al , verdict for defendant.
State vs Geo. Brewer and Ar
thur Russell , jury said they were
State vs Chas. Hoyt , Mallow B.
Ganow , Jacob A. Ganow rnd Mar
tin Newcomb ; defendants dis
In the matter of the estate of
Thomas J. Jones , deceased , order
ed to show cause at O'Neill , Jan
uary. 19 , 1903 , at 10 o'clock why
license to sell real estate should
In the matter of the application
of P. W. C. Lawson for sale of
real estate of his ward Jos. Rich
ardson , also , in the matter of the
application of Sylvester Remaly to
sell real estate ; parties to show
cause at O'Neill , Nebr. , January
19 , i9Ui at 10 o'clock why license
should not be granted.
Newport Republican : "Anarch
ists are coining out of the public
schools , " declared Principal Camp
bell of the Wentwort sceool at the ,
meeting of .the George Howland '
slub on Saturday. His words
laturally caused astonishment , and
ae hastened to explain that not the
teaching of the schools , but the
ittitude of many parents toward
jliem , put the children in danger
) f becoming anarchists.
' 'When a body of pupils is per-
nitted , " he said by way of illus-
iration , "to go into a school and
iy that one of their teachers must
act ride on street cars run by non-
mien men during a strike , and be
iustained in their demands , I say
fc is anarchy. It is anarchy. It
s an utterly lawless obstruction of
public business and a defiance of
awful authority. No matter what
; he rights or wrongs of a labor
Impute , they arc no concen of the
ublic schools , their teachers as
uch , or their pupils. Parents
vho permit or encourage their
children to behave lawlessly to-
, vard their teachers must not be
surprised if those children behave
awlessly out of school. Such
jhildren are probably the product
) f homes governed according to
; he modern delusion ; that a child
must be only persuaded to do right
ind never compelled. Thus brought
n in ignorance that there is any
f rce in the world entitled to its
Dbedience , regardless of its pcr-
5r nal wishes , such children go on
from one lawless act to another ,
ind only too often become rebels
uainst society and the state that
is , criminals and even murderers.
The prevalence of youthful crime
which now so perplexes great cit
ies is not the fault of the schools ,
Dr the courts , or 'of the social or-
[ jinization as a whole. It has root
L i those homes which are without
positive parental authority. The
home is the foundation of civiliza
tion. From it all the good of civ
ilization springs , and also all the
evil. Every criminal is essential-
Iv an anarchist , whose anarchy be
gins in the home without law.
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I CHRISTMAS I
IToys for the Children
EU M 3L t
< j Dolls- Games , Books , Etc. |
I FANCY CHINA
49 u >
J ? Vases , Cups and Saucers ,
# 1 j *
* Mayonnaise and Salad Bowls , *
| NEW DESIGNS IN CUT GLASS , |
ft Fruits , Nuts ,
& New York Buckwheat Ilour , 2
W & Log Cabin Maple Syrup.
49 49 49 Davenport & Thacher
To reduce our stock before our annual invoice , January
1st. , we will sell all goods at'Greatly Reduced Prices.
Come and be Convinced.
MAX S. VIBRTBL CROOKSTON NEBRASKA
: Groceries !
The UEST for table use and at popular prices.
Our Stock is Always Fresh
9 * Dry Goods , Shoes , Mittens
Hay , Grain and Feed
W. A. PETTYCREW , GENERAL MDSE.
ITIZENS MEAT MARKET
HENRY STETTER , PROP
FRESH FRUIT AND GAME
IN THEIR SEASON
j : First rlass line of Steaks , Roasts
! > n Salt Meats , Smoked
FICED WUI-TEMORK President I.RS SPAKKH. ras'-fer
.1. W STKTTKK. Vip PaMidniit iJA L , W TTfii1Asis ai f asliiir
'ereat paid on time
VALENTINE STATE BANK i [
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Persons seeking a place of safety for their > '
j Onlc Hours money , will profit by investigating the j |
Vi 'j \ . M. to 4 I' . M. methods employed in our business. !
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