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VOLUME XVIII VALENTINE , NEBRASKA , J UNITARY 14 , 1904 - NUMBER . " 52
S Your attention is now called to our line of J
and ask that you note our prices.
Room Suits , j *
Golden Oak and Elm , nicely finished' and pretty patto
terns § 10.00 to $28.00 to
49 Iron Beds ,
4 $ all colors of Enamel and nc"at patterns. . ' . $4.00 to $12.00 & }
H Large Arm Rockers , |
49 Golden Oak or Mahogany finish § 2.75 to $10.50 j *
o Also Sewing Rockers and Children's Rockers , fo
Extension Tables , §
49 Elm , Gloss finish , 6 feet $ G.OO. 8 feet $8.00 to
| JA Beautiful Sideboard ,
49 Elm , Gloss finish top , 20x42 , Beveled " Plate Glass 14x24 , jj
49 Price , only $12.50 i >
49 Besides carrying a complete line of furni
49'- ture , we also carry a nice line of
PICTUBE and ROOM MOULDINGS
49 of the latest patterns , and are prepared
49 to make all kinds of-frames.
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Oall and see us before buying elsewhere j !
1 RED FRONT MERC CO. I
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And FURNISHINGS. !
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.
. AND CLOTHIEE.
All Kinds of Coal !
"Estate Oak" and "Radiant Home" !
arc the best on the market. Neat
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-p
I eter Guide Kange is the best for cooking and will wear a life time , p
IFTJKNITURE and UNDERTAKING. I
F Ha E
DEALER IN GENERAL HARDWARE
Chartered as pa State Bank Chartered as a National Bank
June 1 , 1884. August 12. 1902 ,
The AL BANK
1 Valentine , Nebraska.
( Successor to )
A General Banking
Exchange , aud
, Collection Businet-s.
C. H. CORNELL , President. J. T. MAY , Vice-President.
M. V. NICHOLSON. Cashier.
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District Court , Regular Terms for 1904
In the Fifteenth Judicial District of Nebraska.
Sioux , March 21 , jury 21 , September 26 , jury 26
Box Butte , April 18 , jury 19 - October 10 , jury 11
Dawes , April 11 , jury 12 | ? November 28 , jury 29
Sheridan , March 28 , jury 29 . November 14 , jury 15
> Holt , March 21 , jury 22 . , November 1-1 , jury 15
Boyd , , April 4 , jury 5 I . September 19 , jury 20
Rock , March 14 , jury 14 * October 3 , jury 3
Brown , April IS , jury IS J October 17 , jury 17
Cherry , May 16 , jury 17 , f December 5 , jury G
Keya Paha , May 9 , jury 9 si. September 12 , jury 12
Local Weather Record
U. S. Department of Agriculture * '
Weather Bureau f
Valentine , Nebraska , week ending G a.-m ' ; , .
January 13,1004 }
Maximum temperature 50 degrees
Minimum temperature , 23 degrees above - '
Mean temperature. 34 degrees. . :
Total precipitation , . n'.trace. ;
J. J. O'DONXELL ,
Official in Charge ,
J. F. Swain was in town the
"Win. Rainbolt was a visitor fin
town over Sunday. \
Lonie Stetter has gone to Kearn
ey to attend school. \
Chaplain Stev/ard's boy died
Tuesday evening at the post.
Notice the ad of Taylor & Boyer -
er , contractors and builders.
"Win. Gillespie returned fromfa
business trip to Sioux City Satur
day night. ?
Don't forget to get your tickets
for the boxing contest Saturday
night , Jan. 1(5. ( 3. .
A. H. Stees , of Kennedy , "came
in yesterday and is circulating
among his friends.
Mrs. Andrew Miller is reported
quite sick at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. F. M. Segar.
J. H. Sears has resumed build
ing on his hotel and will complete
it as soon as possible.
Robt. McGcer lias a pair of young
coyotes at his saloon that attract
Geo. D. Huggins was in town
two or three days the past week
from his ranch near Norden.
TV. F. A. Meltendorff has had
his saloon building improved rec-
entlyby putting down linoleum.
G. TV. McFarland was up from
down the river Monday and in
structed us to make a change in
his brand ad.
The price has been fixedat2.50
per acre for the Gregory county
land and it will likely be opened
for settlement in the spring.
J. B. Lord was in from Simeon
the first of the week and informs
j us that his son Gordon , who has
! been sick with typhoid fever , is
Chas. Hudson called on us the
first of the week and paid us 82-50
for N. J. Grooms , who is in Merid
ian , Idaho , and doing nicely. This
puts Mr. Grooms over a year in
The Fraternal hall has been nice
ly decorated by Martin Christensen -
sen and Prof. Hans the past week.
The walls are frescoed in artistic
patterns land presents a beautiful
The icemen are at work putting
up ice on Minnechaduza lake north
of town. The railroad company
ships great quantities every year
from this place to stations along
the C. & N. TV.
The boxing contest as advertised
by hand bills will be witnessed by
a large number of persons who en
joy sport of that kind. Qet your
tickets early and see it all. At
Sears' ball Saturday eight , Jan , 10 ,
The Valentine Bottling TVorks
puts up the finest kind of soft
One of the three months old
twins of A. B. Overman and wife
died Monday evening at their home
about seven miles west of Crooks-
ton. THE DEMOCRAT extends
sympathy to the bereaved family.
TVm. Pettycrcw and Miss Ora
TVells , who were married Christ
mas eve in Gordon , have gone to
housekeeping in town. THE DIOI-
OCRAT congratulates them and
wishes them a long and prosperous
- - -
Jas. Trwm handed us a dollar
the past week on subscription.
He tells that he doctored Dp the
horse that was so severely cut in
the wire fence some time ago and
delivered it to the post. Mr. Jr-
win has had considerable experi
ence in doctoring horses.
To our friends who arc. , paying
up on subscription in response to
statements sent them we suggest
that they enclose one dollar for a
year in advance to THE DEIOCHAT.
If we have made a mistake in any
one's account we shall be glad to
correct it. With the .number of
accounts that we have to keep it
will not be surprising if we have
made many errors and where we
have we will deem it a favor to be
corrected. The fellow who gener
ally gets mad and refuses his pa
per about the time he gets a state
ment and claims to have paid a
dollar , a half dozen years ago and
didn't know he owed anything ,
had better get a few new gags and
a new bundle of excuses laid up if
he hasn't already gotten a state
ment for he'll get one by and by.
The "fellow who never answers nor
pays any attention to a state
ment when he gets it , had better
settle his newspaper bill before he
departs from this world for he
won't have the money when gets
down below and the mail connect
ions arc not good. TVewon't have
time to hunt , him up an.v\viy : and
the thought that will linirer with
him of having defrauded an editor
will be always against him. Now
this don't mean you : it means the ;
A rorre tion.
TVc correct the statement made '
last weak regarding the purchase ;
of Mr. Jordan's store at Rosebud ,
and give below the facts :
The Jordan Mercantile Co. was
organized at Rosebud on Jan. 6,1
lOOi. consisting of C. P. Jordan , j
Geo. 11. and T. C. Hornby. The j
firm will carry a large stock of all !
goods neccs&ary to supply the I
Rosebud people. There will be
some goods handled that have not j j
been heretofore handled by trad
ers. John A. Anderson , the pop-1
ular chief clerk formerly for C. I * .
Jordan , will be the manager of the j
business. Mr. Jordan desires a j
rest and will confine his time and
attention , to his Butte Creek store
and his large herd of cattle and
horses , . ' ;
The holidays are over and we are getting ready to
< 9 invoice. TVc are closing out our
FURS at HALF PRICE tote tote
4 ? Children's Sets ( collar
and muff ) were8.00 , now.
Ladies' Collars that
4 ? were § 2.50 , now * j tote
All other Furs at half price. ' Children's TVintcr Jackets * *
at a great reduction. Handsoine Winter < T -
4 ° Coats , that were 80.00 , now 4
4 ? TVe have a full line of tote
Indian and Fancy Cut Beads
at lowest prices. Give us-a call and take advantage of the
To reduce our stock before our annual invoice , January
1st. , we will sell all goods at Greatly Reduced Prices. .
Come and be Convinced.
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The BEST for table use and at popular prices.
Our Stock is Always Fresh
Dry Goods , Shoes , Mittens
s Slay , Grain and Feed
W. A. PETTY CREW , GENERAL MDSE.Z
CITIZENS MEAT MARKET
HENRY STETTER , PROP/
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VALENTINE' STATE BANK
Capital , ! * -43.
' < -Surplus , Sl.OOO.
Persons seeking a place of safety for their
money , will profit by investigating the
methods employed in our business.
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