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VOLUME XIX VALENTINE. NEBRASKA , MAT 5 , 1904 NUMBER
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will only do your part. We have on
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For Spring Wear
Tailor Made Suits , Ladies' Shirt Waists , Fine
Neck Wear and Gents' Furnishing Goods.
S Come in and replenish your wardrobe with the latest and most
S desirable Clothing , Boots , Shoes , Hats , Shirts and Furnishings.
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Stoves and Kanges. j
Prussian Stock Food. Garden Seeds.j
Guns and Ammunition. ]
A general line of serviceable Hardware of well known makes that |
are substantial , bought for use and wear and will bear inspection. !
FURNITURE and UNDERTAKING. )
FRANK FISCHER i
DEALER IN GENERAL HARDWARE
Chartered as a State Bank Chartered as a National Bank
June 1 , 1884. August 12. 1902 ,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Valentine , Nebraska.
( Successor to )
CAPITAL PAID nr A General Banking
OOO Exchange and
C. H. CORNELL , Prewdent. J. T. MAY , Vice-President.
M. V , NICHOLSON. Cashier.
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Local Weather Record
U. S. Department of Agriculture I
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fr Valentine , Nebraska , week ending 6 a. m , ,
Maximum temperature 78 degrees
Minimum temperature , 41 degrees
Mean temperature. GG degrees ,
Total precipitation , 30
J. J. O'DONNELL ,
Official in Charge ,
Hackberry Thompson was in
town last Friday.
Dave George was seriously ill
the latter part of last week.
liss Mary Kief , of Arabia , was
a Valentine visitor Saturday.
A. S. Graef was doing sonic
trading in town last Saturday.
J. A. Perkins was in the city
Saturday from the north table.
Miss Gerafdine Traccwell was
quite sick the first of the week.
Jas. Marley , from up the Minne-
chaduza , was in town Saturday.
S. J. JBlakely was a Valentine
visitor from.Simeon last Friday.
Max Viertel , of Crookston , was
in town last Saturday on business.
John Heelan , of Arabia , was in
the city the latter part of last ween.
Mell Doty and family were in
town Saturday doing some'trading.
Larkin Hancock came in from
his ranch last Saturday on busi
Attorneys Morrissey and Easley
went down to Woodlake Friday
Miss Mary Cumbow attended
the teachers' meeting in this city
"Texas" Bell was in from the
O'Connor ranch Monday after a
load of supplies.
Prof. Coons came down from
Cody Saturday to attend the
Joe Jennett was down from the
Charbonneau ranch on the reser
vation last Saturday.
The Misses Kelson , of Cody ,
were here last Saturday attending
the teachers' meeting.
Mat House , who recently moved
onto his place on the north table ,
was in town Saturday.
Ted Ormesher was in the city
shaking hands with old friends the
Batter part of last week.
John West came up from Wood
Lake the latter part of last week
to visit his many friends.
Sam Hudson came in from his
ranch near Simeon last Saturday
and remained over Sunday.
Dave Piercy came in from the
Erickson Cattle Co's , ranch last
Sunday after a load of , freight.
Geo. Heine , of Hooper , stopped
off in Valentine last Friday on his
return trip from a visit at Cody.
Wm. Kincaid , before his return
to Illinois , presented the school
library with a large number of
Some scoundrel shot A. M. Mor-
rissey's bird dog last Friday night.
The dog was inoffensive and was
shot in his own yard.
Mrs. W. K. Towne left for Los-
Angeles , California last Sunday
morning , where she will visit her
daughter , Mrs. Fritz , for several
Arthur Ries was down from T
Crookston last Saturday. He has
sold his saloon to Bide Overman
and has gone into the life insurance
Fred Folks stopped off in town
Sunday morning to spend a few
days with old friends. He has t
been working at Springfield , S.D.
and is now on his way to Craw
ford , Nebr. (
O. B. Wilson and J. L. Ash-
burn returned from St. Francis
Mission last Thursday night , after
completing a large job of mason-
Quite a number of bums have
been in town the past week. They
broke into Taylor's restaurant but
were frightened away before any
thing was taken.
Miss Ada Stinard closed a suc
cessful eight months term of school
at Britt , Friday , April 22 , with a
picnic , in which a large number
joined for a holiday.
Bob Green came back last Sun
day night from a visit in Missouri
and says that everything is look
ing bright and that there is pros
pects of a good crop.
A large crowd from town at
tended the show given by Mahara's
Minstrels at the Fort last Thurs
day night. It was a good show
and appreciated by aTl present.
L. H. Overman was in the city
Monday and tells us that he con-
; emplates building soon at Crooks-
on and hopes to settle down to a
more quiet life and take life easy.
Doc Edgar , who is working on
lie new bridge at Johnstown , was
visiting at home in this city the
latter part of last week. He re
turned to his work Saturday morn
'Frank Kain was called to Des
Moihes , Iowa last Friday morning
on account of the serious illness of
his mother. We have not heard
of her condition but hope she is
W. S. Hatten called on us Mon
day and had some sale bills print
ed for a big stock sale at his place
Wednesday , May IS , 190i , six
miles northeast of Georgia. See
ad in this paper.
S. F. Gilman returned home to
Neligh last week , but will return
again when work begins on the
electric light plant. Ed Whitmore
is building a house on Mr. Gilman's
place on the north table.
Harold Zelian writes us from
Keams Canyon , Arizona , enclosing
a dollar on subscription and says
it's like getting a letter from home
to get THE DEMOCRAT. Mr. Zel
ian's friends are always glad to
get word from him and hear that
he is taking an interest in the do
ings and happenings at Valentine.
A. B. Eies has accepted a * posit
ion with the New York Life In
surance Co. as a solicitor and will j
get to the front in the course of
time. Mr. Eies has become fa
miliar with that company in the
past , having carried a policy for
some time and has studied the
merits of the different plans of
A. B. Overman filed a petition
before the county clerk last Satur
day signed by thirty free holders
in Minnechaduza precinct , and an
application for license to run a
saloon at Crookston. As there
only about 46 resident free holders
in the precinct , it would seem that
the majority are in favor of a sa
loon at that place.
The annual Cherry Co. Teachers
Association was held last Saturday
in this city. Manyt teachers from
throughout the country were here
and numerous instructive papers
were read. The high school room
was covered with drawings by dif
ferent grades in Valentine and
some from Crookston. The Crooks-
ton drawings were fine. The regu
lar address in the evening was
given by Prof. E. H. Watson at
the Presbyterdan church to an ap
preciative audience. His subject
was "Effect of Literature on a
Child's -Character ,
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A line"that is up to date , a line that will wear , a line
that has a price attached to it that will suit your pocket-
book. These arc the essential things to make a shoe pop fc >
ular , and these are what we arc making greater efforts on fct
this year than ever before. Our line of men's shoes in t *
49 Vici Kid , Patent Colt Skins , BoxCalfs ,
49 49 Enamel Kids and Kangaroo Calfs
49 are strictly correct dress shoes , and cannot be. excelled in
49 style or wearing qualities. "We have a complete line of I *
49 the latest in Ladies' Oxfords , including the strap sandal ,
49 the toe slipper and the oxford tie , made up in all the different
49 ferent assortments of styles and kinds of leather.Ve
49W handle a stock of Misses and Children's shoes , which we
49 guarantee to stand the wear and tear of the juvenile trade.
49 Be convinced by a thorough inspection of our line. It
49 will be money in your pocket.
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For the next 30 DAYS
We will sell all kinds of
Overshoes , Mittens and Caps
> at COST. '
We must make room for our spring goods which are be
ginning to come in. Yours for business ,
MAX E. VIERTEL CEOOKSTO
The BEST for table use and at popular prices. *
Our Stock is Always Fresh
Dry Goods , Shoes , Mittens fc
Hay , Grain and Feed
W , A. PETTYCREW , GENERAL MDSE.
CITIZENS MEAT MARKET
HENRY STETTER , PROP
FRESH FRUJT AND CAME
IN THEIR SEASON
First-class line of Steaks , Roasts
Dry Salt Meats , Smoked
Interest paid on time
Capital , 825.000
Surplus , Sl,009
9 A. SI. to 4 T. M.
Valentine State Bank ,
Valentine , Nebraska.
Persons seeking a place of safety for their
money , will profit by investigating the
methods employed in our business.
Suited to your taste.
Canned Goods -
Are now at their best and
we handle the best grade.
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