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About Valentine Democrat. (Valentine, Neb.) 1900-1930 | View Entire Issue (June 9, 1904)
VOLUME XIX VALENTINE. NEBRASKA. JUNE 9 , 1904 NUMBER 21
49 Are you in the market for some Furni-
49ture ? If you are. or will be. we have to
Tailor Made Suits , Ladies' Shirt Waists , Fine
Neck Wear and Gents' Furnishing Goods.
3 Come in and replenish your wardrobe with the latest and most
desirable Clothing , Boots , Shoes , Hats , Shirts and Furnishings.
I All Kinds of Coal I [
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| Stoves and Kanges. j
I Prussian Stock Food. Garden Seeds. !
| Guns and Ammunition. j
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i A general line of serviceable Hardware of well known makes that ]
! are substantial , bought for use and wear and will bear inspection. I
IFTJKNITTJKE and UNDERTAKING. !
! FRANK FISCHER |
i DEALER IN GENERAL HARDWARE j
Chartered as a State Bank Chartered as a National Bank
June 1 , 1884. August 12 , 1902 ,
FIRST NATIONAL BANE
Valentine , Nebraska.
( Successor to )
CAPITA ! . PAID UT A General Banking
$25,000. Exchange and
, Collection Business.
C. H. CORNELL , President. JT. . MAY , Yice-President.
M. V , NICHOLSON , Cashier.
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TALK OF THE TOWN
P. H. Young was in from xSim-
eon the first of the week.
Mrs. AY. E. Haley was quite sick
the latter part of last week.
Don't forget the date of Henry
Vansteenis' sale , June 10 , 1904.
Col. Hey t , of the 25th Infantry ,
has assumed command at the Fort.
John Sharp was up from Ifor-
den the latter part of last week.
AYm. Barker was down from
Rosebud a couple of days last week.
James Lewis returned last week
from the Kearney Military Acad
S. J. Blakley and S. L. Ellis , of
Simeon , were in last Saturday on
There will be a dance inlthe Val
entine House , June 10 , 1904. Ev
Clyde Davenport had an attack
of the measles last week , but is up
and at work again.
"Dad" Hershey was holding
down his claim near Arabia last
Sunday and Monday.
A. S. Graeff , of Britt called on
us Tuesday to set his subscription
in advance to THE DEMOCRAT.
Tank O'Brien and wife and Miss
Maggie Marion were in from the
reservation several-days last week.
AY. S. Hatten and wife , of Kil-
gore , were trading in town with
our merchants the latter part of
Last week a rainlSow trout ,
weighing Hi pounds , was found
dead by Amos Randall on the pond
at the Fort.
Davenport & Thacher have a
change in their ad this week , call
ing your attention to a , fine line of
lunch * goods.
The Red Front Mercantile Co.
call your attention to some fine
furniture in a neat ad in this pa
per this week.
A big sale , consisting of 400
horses and mules , will take place
in Valentine , June 22 , 1904. See
big ad in another part of this pa
Geo. Dew , of AYoodlake , was a
pleasant caller at this office last
Friday. He recently had the mis
fortune to lose his oldest daughter ,
who died rather a sudden death.
Company K , of the 25th Infan
try , gave a dance in Gordon hall
at Ft. Niobrara last Friday night.
Quite a number from Valentine 11c
went down and all report a good c
Frank J. Utschinski , of Xcnzel ,
was in town last Saturday and
called at this office to subscribe .
for THE DEMOCKAT. He informs
us that Nenzel will have a big 4th
of July celebration this year.
AY. S. Fletcher and A. Zink ,
: wo gentlemen who were here two
months ago buying horses , bought
about 130 head more the past two
weeks for which they paid § 3,000 ,
most of the horses being purchased
on the reservation.
J. F. Swain , of Sparks , was a
pleasant caller at this offic ? while
in town last Saturday.He informs
us that he recently purchased three
fine pedigreed hogs in Howard
county , for which he paid § 15 per
: iead. The hogs are of the Du e
Rock breed and six weeks old. ' .
C. S. King called on us last Fri
day while in town from Simeon.
He tells us that he had a good sale , a
Detter than he expected , and that k
all the stock brought good prices , d
Mr. King has sold his land and'1 Ji
xpects to drive through to North
Dakota in a few weeks. We.wish A
j Curly Huggins spent several
days visiting in town last week.
Curly has a fine ranch on the res
ervation and a nice herd of black
65 wagon loads of hogs were
hauled into town last Saturday by ;
farmers of the surrounding coun
try , which were sold to J.F. Swain
and J.V. . Stetter for § 3.75-80 per
cwt. Raising hogs is a profitable
industry in Cherry county.
High scores at the bowling alley
last month were as follows :
Dr. TVortman 229
Harry Hilsingcr 221
A. M. Morrissey 202
The prizes of $3 and § 2 going to
the two former respectively. This
month three prizes will be given :
1st , $3 ; 2nd , § 2 ; 3rd , § 1.
Gov. Mickey has set Tuesday ,
June 14 , 1904 as Flag Day , it be
ing the 127th anniversary of the
adoption of our national colors.
He therefore calls upon all citizens
to harmonize their actions with
the spirit of this proclamation on
that day and to let the Hag be dis
played from every public building
as well as from every private resi
dence , and let us give our thoughts
to the magnificence of our heritage ,
the privileges of free government
and all the blessings which the flag
A very sad incident occurred at
Woodruff Ball's ranch , May 30 ,
1904. Nellie Dew , aged 16 , daugh
ter of George Dew , quietly passed
away , after being sick only a few
days. She recently graduated
from her class in the Wood Lake
school with high honors and 'had a
host of friends. The funeral ser
vices were held in the All Saints
church at Kennedy , June 2nd. A
large number of friends were pres
ent to witness the sad burial. She
leaves a father , mother , sister ,
four brothers and many friends
to mourn her death.
Enrollment for Junior Normal
will commence on Saturday of this
week at 9 a. m. Everyone who
can possibly do so should enroll
on Saturday to avoid the Monday's
The lecture course arranged for
the Junior Normal is the best ever
arranged for Valentine. The tal
ent for the five evening entertain
ments and afternoon matinee's
costs an even $ iOO. Already 122
tickets have been subscribed for
at § 1.50 each for the season.v All
who wish tickets on these terms
should see Miss Etta Brown , coun
For children under 14 years of
age the price of a season ticket is
75c. There are very few parents
in Valentine who cannot afford to
give their children the benefit of
these entertainments , when the
cost is so slight. From an educa
tional stvnd point the first evening
alone will be worth the price of
ticket for the whole season.
On Saturday evening , June-25 ,
Frank Koberson will give his fam
ous illustrated lecture "The Land
of the Midnight Sun. " All hold
ers of Season tickets and purchas
ers of Special tickets for the Eob-
erson lecture , alone can make ar
rangements in due time to have
their seats reserved. Look out
for particulars next week.
The dates of the other lectures
aiid entertainments will be as fol
lows : Monteville Flowers , Mon
day evening , July 11 ; Hon. Frank
Nelson , Monday evening , July 25 ;
Lotus Glee Club , Monday evening ,
August 1 ; Slay ton Jubilee Sing
ers , Monday evening , August 15 ,
49 May be had by using Canned tote
49 Goods. Note the following. tote tote
49 ' tote
49 Deviled'Shrimp , Deviled Chicken , tote
49 49 Potted Tongue , Deviled Ham , Veal Loaf tote tote
49 19 Dried Beef , Lobsters , Sardines , ' Salmon , tote tote
49 Lake Shad , Hamburger Aales. tote tote
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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 E. VIBETBL CROOKSTCXN NEBRASKA
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The BEST for table use and at popular prices.
Our Stock is Always Fresh
Dry GoodsrShoes , Mittens
Hay , Grain and Feed pe
W.A. PETTYCREW , GENERAL MDSE.
CITIZENS MEAT MARKET
HENRY STETTER , PROP
FRESH FRUIT AND CAME
IN THEIR SEASON-
First-class line of Steaks , Roasts
Dry Salt Meats , Smoked
FitED WHITTEMOUE , President. CHARLES SPAKKS , t'ashler.
J. W. STKTTEK , Vice President. ORAII L. BIUTTOX , Asst. Cashier
Interest paid on time
State Bank , , j
Capital , S2. ,000 I
Valentine , Nebraska.
] Surplus , Sl,000
Persons seeking a place of safety for their
Office Hours money , will profit by investigating the
9 A. M. to 4 P. 31.
methods employed in Our business.5'
Suited to your taste.
Canned Goods Lunch Counter.
Are now at their best and All you want to eat at out.
we handle the best grade. Luncli Counter- . ' . , . .
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