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VOLUME XIX VALENTINE. KEBBASKA , JUNE a , 1904. NUMBER 20
49 We can help you to do this if 'you
49 49 will only do your part. We have on
v49 hand now a line of
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§ ? . different sizes and styles , also a line of
S SOLINE STOVES
4 ? 6ASOLINE ST VENSc
all of which we are anxious that you
< ? should see. Prices right , quality
* ? guaranteed. "We also carry a large
4 ? line of
49 4 ? Screen Doors , Woven Wire Cloth , etc.
49 KEMEMBEK Close Out Prices
49 but NOT Close Out Goods.
IRED FRONT MERC. co . 2 5 * * * *
or Soring : Wear
Tailor Made Suits , Ladies' Shirt Waists , Fine
NeckWear and Gents' Furnishing Goods.
Come inland replenish your wardrobe with the latest and most
desirable Clothing , Boots , Shoes , Hats , Shirts and Furnishings.
I B ANDCLOTHIEK.
I Al-I Kinds of Coal ! j
j Stoves and Eanges. |
[ Prussian Stock Food. Garden Seeds. !
| Guns and Ammunition. I
! A general line of serviceable Hardware of well known makes that |
! are substantial , bought for use and wear and will bear inspection. |
[ FUENITURE and UNDERTAKING. |
FRANK FISCHER I
DEALER IN GENERAL HARDWARE
Chartered as a State Chartered as a National Bank
June 1 , 1884. August 12 , 1802 ,
m FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Valentine , Nebraska.
( Successor to )
'CAPITAL PAID IN * & / * A General Banking
C. H. CORNELL , President. J. T. MAY , Yice-President.
M. V. NICHOLSON. Cashier.
We Can Satfofo
TALK OF THE TOWN
Local Weather Record
U. 8. Department of Agriculture ( .
Weather Bureau f
Valentine , Nebraska , week ending c a , ra , ,
Maximum temperature 8" degrees
Minimum temperature , 39 degrees
Mean temperature. CO degrees ,
Total precipitation , 12
J. J. O'DONNELL ,
Official in Charge ,
T. A. Yearnshaw was up from
Neligh last week.
Scott Alexander is visitin'g with
friends in this city.
Miss Martin had her building
wired for electric lights the past
The Misses Donoher have im
proved their residence by a coat
Mr. Vincent , of Woodlake , was
in town , Monday , shaking hands
I. M. Rice , editor of this paper ,
and his wife will be home Sunday
or Monday morning.
Robert Ray came down froni
Chadron to visit with relatives and
friends for a few days.
Edwards , Wood & Co. have
moved their office upstairs in the
Fraternal hall building.
Miss Grace Bonnel and Alfred
Lewis have gone for a visit of a
few days in the country.
Taylor and Boyer have about
completed a fine residence for L.
H. Overman at Crookston.
Robert McGeer has made quite
an improvement to his saloon by
the addition of a steel awning.
Mrs. Chas. Price returned from
Lansing , Mich. , Tuesday morning
after a couple of months visit there.
Henry Becker , Dave Fowler and
John Granger were Valentine vis
itors from the north table last Sat
Bud Wilson , in company with
the Francke boys , went to the
lakes last week to try their luck
Charley Anderson's youngest
child , who has been quite sick the
past week or two , is slowly im
Miss Ruth Stetter has been quite
ill the past week , but under the
care of Dr. Brown is speedily re- t
W. H. Wilkinson , of Kennedy ,
drove in , Monday , to do some
trading and to visit with his num
erous friends. , /
The basement of Val Nicholson's
new house has been completed and
the building will be finished as soon 3
as the lumber arrives. t
Chas. Breuklander has resigned
his position as night clerk at the '
Home Bakery , which is now filled
by his brother Herbert.
Messrs. Wesley and Mert Hols- a
claw were up at Crookston the lats
ter part of last week , plastering L.
H. Overman's new house.
Pete DeCory , one of the most
prosperous ranchman on the reser
vation , was in town last week ,
trading with our merchants. tl ;
Mr. Swietzcr , the surveyor , is
in town this week. Oliver Wai-
cott will return with him and accept
cept a position for the summer.
Decoration day was observed
in Valentine last Monday under a
the auspices of Wood Post No. 208. tl ;
The graves at Mt. Hope cemetery tla1 tlT
were decorated in the morning and a1
those at the Fort in the afternoon. b
Speeches were made during the b
day by Col. Towle , Rev. Carpenter - , §
ter and Capt. Lenihan. In the b
evening the Valentine band played
several selections which , were duly TS
I A payment of § 9.00 each to the
Indians was issued at Eosebud last
Monday , where a large number
gathered and held'a big pow-wow.
Howard Layport has been laid
up with the rheumatisn for the
past month , but at this writing is
able to move around by the aid of
Oliver Walcott is filling the place
of Mike Clynes as night clerk at
the Ponoher hotel for a few days ,
while the latter is away on a va
Robert Quisenberry was doing
some trading in this city the fore
part of the week. He took home
with him a load of rock salt for
Bert Hammond has been im
proving his residence on South
Cherry street by building an ad
dition , 18x2tt , thereto. Taylor &
Boyer did the work.
A citizens meeting was called ,
Monday night , for the purpose of
deciding whether or not Valentine
would celebrate this year. It was
decided in the negative.
TediOrmesher brought in his as
sessor's book Monday. He as
sessed both Schlagel and German
precincts and his books show that
he has made a good assessor.
Arthur Turnbull , While roping
some cattls , caught his hand be
tween the saddle horn and the rope
and as a result was in town la.st
week having the hand doctored. .
J. ej. O'Donnell , who has been
in charge of the Weather Bureau
office at this place since January ,
has orders to return to Barbados ,
West Indies. He will be succeed
ed by James A. Barwick , who
comes from Flagstaff , Arizona.
THE DEMOCRAT joins with Mr.
O'Donnell's friends in wishing
him a pleasant trip and reassignment
ment to Valentine when transferred
again. He expects to leave in a week
or ten days.
An interesting game of ball was
played at Ainsworth last Thurs
day between the Valentine team
and the Ainsworth nine ; the score
of Y to 5 resulting in favor of
Ainsworth. Our boys declared
they never had a better time , nor
were ever shown more hospitality
bhan by the Ainsworth people. A
return game will be played here
soon , when our boys expect to re
deem themselves and show the
Ainsworth boys how to play ball.
Henry Vansteenis , who resides
miles west of Woodlake , was in
town < the fore part of the week
making arrangements for a big
sale that he will have at his place ,
Friday , June 10 , 190i. His sale
id appears in another column of
this paper. Mrr Vansteenis has
ilready sold his land and after the
sale ; will seek a new location in
aopes of benefiting his wife's
lealth , which is quite poorly. He
ook her down to-Omaha Tuesday
norning to be doctored.
Mr. Owens , superintendent of
he ONeill schools , and Prof. Wat
son were pleasant callers at this
ffice Tuesday afternoon. Mr.
3wens will be one of the instruct-
rs in the Junior Normal here this
summer , after which he will go to
Hamilton , Mont. , where he has
iccepted.a position as principal of
he'schools at that place. Prof.
Watson informs us that tuition to
ittend the normal will be absolute-
y free as last year. Board will
DC furnished at the dining hall for
"i2.75 per week. Good rooms may
36 had from Toe to a § 1.00 per
veek. The normal will last ten
veeks , beginning June 13th and'
mding August 19tb ,
49 Triscuits <
49 Grape Nute i *
49 Quaker Oats &
Cream of Wheat
Shredded Wheat Biscuits
Ralstonrs Breakfast Food
Pettijohn's Breakfast Food
Large stock of
All other shoes in stock sold at greatly
'reduced prices for next 30 days. Come ,
and see us. We sell everything , and
at prices which are right.
MAX B. VIERTEL CROOKSTOfc
The BEST for" table use and at popular prices.
Stock is Always Fresh
Dry Goods , Shoes , Mittens
Hay , Grain and Feed (9
W.A. PETTYCREW , GENERAL MDSE(9
CITIZENS MEAT MARKET
HENRY STETTER , PROP
FRESH FRUIT AND GAME
IN THEIR SEASON
First-class line of Steaks , Roasts
Dry Salt Meats , Smoked
FUKD WHITTEMOUE. President. CHARLES SPARKS , Cashier.
J. W. STETTER , Vice President. ORAII L. Brtrurox , Asst. Cashier
Interest paid on time
deposits , Valentine State Bank ,
Capital , S23OOO
Valentine , Nebraska.
Surplus , 81,000
Persons seeking a place of safety for their
Office Hours money , will profit by investigating the
9 A. M. to 4 P. M.
methods employed in our business.
Suited to your taste.
Canned Goods .Lunch Counter.
Are now at their best and All you want to eat"at our
we handle the best grade. Jjunch Counter. . . . . .
S Home Bakery ' .
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