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THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT.
VOLUME XIX VALENTINE. NEBRASKA , OCTOBER 13 , 1904. NUMBER 39
< ? As the hunting season is now at hand we wish to
? call your attention to our line ofsporting goods ,
including guns , hunting coats , caps , etc. We car-
ry a complete line of ! guns , some of which are the ft
C. Smith , Stevens , Ithica , Hopkins ,
t Allen , Forehand and Winchester makes ,
49 all standard guns ; also , rifles and revolvers various
49 kinds , including Luger and Colt's automatic re
49 volvers , and the 22cal. Winchester automatic rifle.
49 We also carry the largest and most complete
49 49 Winchester and TJ. M. C.
49 Ammunition of all kinds.
MAKE US A GALL BEFORE BUYING ELSEWHERE & ft
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and the best
on earth for $1.50.
r A SixvPage Noiseless Slate given with each pair of Shoes.
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Hardware , Furniture and Coal. 1
FURNITURE , bed room suits , dressers , chiffoniers , ward
robes , Iron beds strong and clean , spring couches and mattres
ses , parlor stands and center tables , combination book cases and
writing desks. Latest Designs and Lowest Prices.
Guns , Ammunition and Hunters' Supplies.
A full line of hardware , cutlery and stoves of best makes.
A lot of useful articles that make house-keeping a pleasure.
Come and Sec Xlieni Ibv Yonr-sell *
Chartered as a State Bank Chartered as a National Bank
June 1 , 1884. August 12. 1902 ,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Valentine , Nebraska.
( Successor to )
PAID LN nl Banking
C. H. COBNELL , President. J. T. MAY , Vice-President.
M. V. NTOTOLRON. fin shier.
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TALK OF THE TOWN
John Adamsdn was in town yes
Ernest JBowden hauled in a load
of oats yesterday.
A. H. Stees and Wm. Erickson
were in town the past week.
Nels Rowley was in town on
business the first of the week.
The Donoher hotel has been
treated to a fresh coat of paint.
Geo. C. Bakewell was up from
"VYoodlake yesterday on a contest
Jake and Aetna Brechbill. of
Sparks , were in town yesterday
J. W. Stetter returned from his
trip to Wisconsin with horses
Dr. Furay was down from Cody
Sunday to attend the funeral of
W. J. Rainbolt.
John West enjoyed a few days
outiog and hunting near Wood
Lake the past week.
Hon. Otto Mutz , editor of the
Western Rancher , was in our city
yesterday on business.
O. C. Tread way , of the Chi3si
Cattle company , was in town a
couple of days this week.
Wash Honey , Joe Pogue and
several others were up from Wood
Lake yesterday on a contest case.
Mrs. Wm. Palmer called last
Thursday while in town and paid
a year in advance for THE DEMO
Wm. Gulick and1 Andrew Ben
son were in yesterday as witnesses
r Mrs. Tryon in making final
Dr. A. N. Compton has gone
down to his home at Honey Grove ,
Texas , to visit with his folks for a
The cattle shipped "last week
wrought good prices compared to
the generally low prices for stock
Mrs.T. C. Hornby has returned
: rom Chadron where she had been
on account of the serious illness of
Mr and Mrs. Tom Hornby leave
Sunday morning for a two week's
stay in St. Louis to take in the
sights at the fair.
L. P. Priesman was in town
yesterday selling his famous cigars
and taking orders for Thomas D.
S. G. Campbell and wife made
a trip out to Brownlee and were
gone a couple of weeks but are
back at home again in town.
Archie Petty crew was getting
better and was thought to be near
ly able to be up last week. Later
typhoid fever developed and he is
Martin Becker raised 500 bush
els of wheat and 1000 bushels of
oats this year. He hauled a load
of wheat in yesterday which he
sold at 90 cents.
A. M. Morrissey went up to
Deadwood Monday night to de
fend C. V. Cook in his preliminary
hearing at that place for the mur
der of W. J. Rainbolt.
Chas. F. Coffee , of Chadron ,
candidate for state senator of the
14th senatorial district , was in the
city last Saturday shading hands (
with friends. Mr. Coffee is close- '
! ly identified with business inter
ests of tbis district and if elected :
will keep a watchful eye on the
interests of the stockmen of the
northwest. He ought to get ev- <
cry stockman's vote and he ought J
to be elected. If the people will
do their duty by themselves and ,
their families Mr. Coffee will be
The Ludwig Lumber yard sold
8000 cedar fence posts last Satur
day to Messers. Sears and Thode ,
which will be used in fencing a
pasture on the reservation.
E. W. Ferguson , Jr. , and J.W.
Ferguson , of Hartington , Nebr. ,
jcame up yesterday and filed on two
sections of land south of Longpine.
They called on the Editor to get
S. E. McAlevy was taken along
to Deadwood with the prisoners as
a witness.Several other persons
arc subpoened as witnesses to go
to Oacoma , S. D. , next month
where the trial will be held.
James H. Quigley and W. S.
Barker are having cement side-
'walks put down in front of their
business houses to keep in touch
with the onward march of im
provements on Main street. Who's
Mrs. Geo. Hornby and Mrs.
Foster left Monday morning for
Lincoln where they will attend the
state W.C.T.U. convention which
is in session there this week. Mrs.
Hornby will also visit her son who
is attending Wesleyan university.
Martin Becker called last week
and paid a dollar in advance to
THE DEMOCRAT and Jake Martin
handed us a dollar for a year in
advance last Friday. Lots of
good men in the country but there
aie none better than those who
pay in advance.
" Mr. Newman , a young man from
O'Neill , was in town a few days
ago to see about getting a house
for his father and mother to live
in , in town. He has taken a home
stead west of town 15 or 20 miles
and says his father and mother are
coming to Valentine to make their
The weather bureau report for
the week ending Oct. 12 , shows
highest and lowest temperature to
have been 82 ° on the7thand 37 °
on the 8th and llth. Precipitation
on the 9th amounting to .11 of an
inch. Winds of 25 miles and ov
er occurred on the 6 , 7 , 8 and 9th.
The average temperatures have
ranged slightly higher as com
pared with the normal.
Catholic Church Announce
On Sunday next , an early mass
will be said at seven o'clock a. m.
Solemn high mass at 10:30 : a. m.
Catechism class at 3 and evening
devotions at 7:30 : p. m.
Bill Dunbar is at the GS ranch.
Tim Dye was at the Sellers'
place last Sunday.
Bad colds are with several per
sons in this vicinity.
Lester Goodin was home on a
visit from South Dakota.
Jesse West and Gus Gunderson
were at the OS ranch Sunday.
Geo. Seager went to Omaha last
week with a car load of horses.
The Diamond Bar received their
steers this week from the A ranch.
Geo. Heyne , Goodin Bros , and
Jesse < West were branding recently.
Ira Goodin , Geo. Weed and
Chas. i Sellers worked the Snake
country last week.
J. W. Burtley and Frank Beed
rounded up horses recently to
brand and to wean.
School commenced in Barley
district Monday , Oct. lst } with
Miss Marie Nelson at the helm.
Metzger Bros. , Churn , Saults
and Bishop & Young were on a
roundup several days last week.
WHO I AM.
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4 ° Davenport & Thacher
Large stock of
Hamilton = = Brown Shoes.
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. VIERTEL CROOESTOJS NEBRASKA
[ Groceries !
The BEST for table use and at popular prices.
Our Stock is Always Fresh
Dry Goods , Shoes , Mittens
3 Hay , Grain and Feed
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FRESH FRUIT AND GAME }
IN .THEIR SEASON. I
First clasj line of Sreaks , Roasts ?
Dry Salt Meats Smoked
Highest Market Price Paid for Hogs.
FRED WHITTRMORE. President. CHAKLES SPARKS , Cashier.
J , W STETTEU , Vice President. ORAII L. BaiTTON , Asst. Cashier
Interest paid on time
deposits , Valentine State Bank , f
Capital , S&5.OOO
Valentine , Nebraska.
Surplus , 81OOO
Persons seeking a place of safety for their
Office Hours money , will profit by investigating the
9 A. M. to 4 P. ai. methods employed in our business.
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Suited to your taste.
anned Goods Lunch Counter.
Are now at their best and All you want to eat at our
we handle the best grade. LunchCounter /
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