Valentine Democrat. (Valentine, Neb.) 1900-1930, October 20, 1904, Image 1
Historical Society VOLUME XIX VALENTINE. NEBRASKA , OCTOBER * . 1904 NUMBER Are you going to want a Heating Stove this winter ? If you are , you to want the best the best in appear ance the best in quality and the best in results. If you want one that will give you the best results for all kinds of fuel , you want one of the following lines : Cole's Original Hot Blast , Peninsular Parlor Heater and Double Heating Base Burners , The XXth Century Laurel , The Retort Jewel. We have the exclusive agency of the above lines , which include the best stoves made. Make us a I * call before buying elsewhere and we will gladly explain to you $ * ' all the special features of the different stoves. AVe guarantee \ every stove mentioned to be perfectly satisfactory in every svay ? f fto or we will exchange it or refund money paid us. to 3 ? We carry the largest and most complete line of stoves of jgO . /so all kinds found in Northwest Nebraska. Call and Inspect these stoves. J 43 & RED FRONT MERC. C0. | SEE THOSE Ladies' Suits fV \ and the best Dress Skirt on earth for $1.50. y jtr jV j A Six Page TCoiselcss Sliito given willi each pair of Shoes. tr b'k " > ! TAILOR b'T. , * > T. . . AND CLOTHIER. 9 8 2g2ZSZS " * ' * * s - ? v * " 5sTw > * oW * * ? ? \ * y FRANK FiRHHF i r& r\ i > s r\ i i o vin t- J3 9 Hardware , Furniture and Coal.i FURNITURE , bed room suits , dressers , chiffoniers , ward robes. Iron beds strong and clean , soring couches and mattres- st1 : ? , parlor stands and center tables , combination bookcases 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 mid See ITlieni Ibi * 1 Frank Fischer. $ * F * > . tii i/.J * * Chartered as a State Bank Chartered as a National Bank Jun 1 , 1834. August 12. 1902 , The NATIONAL BAN : Valentine , Nebraska. ( Successor to ) . I ; PA IP Lf § 85.000. G. EL CORNELL , President. J. T. MAY , Vice-President. \T V. GET AT THIS YOUP ! J& ' FTALK OF THE TOWN John Shelbourn was in town Monday from the table northeast of town. D. D. Kellogg , the Britt mer chant , was in town last Saturday on business. F. K. Bivens and wife came down from the agency and visited a few days the past week. A. T. Bracket was down from Kilgore last Saturday. He handed us a dollar on subscription. Mrs. Hyde and children left Saturday for South Dakota where they expect to make their future home. Rev. Clark has returned from Grand Island , where he has been attending the Nebraska Presbyter ian ynorl. Mrs. Moon , who has been quite sick for the past two weeks , is much improved and able to be about again. J. F. Prentiss , representing the New York Life Insurance com pany , has boon in town two or three weeks. Mrs. Callen has returned from a months visit with her daughter , Mrs. Thorn , who is a teacher on the reservation. James Hudson came up from Sparks last Saturday to get build ing material. We suppose he nec s more granaries to hold his crop. crop.U. U. 0'Bryan , of the reservation , was in town Monday. He says he is burning fire guards as fast as the weather permits to secure his range. We forgot to mention last week that Burgess Hartigan returned the previous Saturday from a two weeks visit with his parents at Hastings. Tomorrow evening , Friday , Oct. 21 , the Eagles will have another ball in the McDonald building. They promise good music and ex pect a good crowd. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Shepard re turned Tuesday morning of last week from Tnman , Nebr. , where bhp.v had attended a re-union of Latter-day Saints. Mr. Porath informs us that a tudent , Mr. Hoffman , of the Ger man Lutheran church , is toaching school , both German and English , n the Riege settlement. James L. Ashburn was in the ; ity from his homestead northeast of town tho first of the week and lianded the Editor a dollar for subscription to THE DEMOCRAT. Miss Ruby Hall , who has been mployed in thp capacity of trim mer in Miss Martin's millinpry tore for the past season , left Monday for her home in Gordon Sam Hudson was in town Mon day to get supplies for his ranch and says he is getting ready for winter. Hub Daniels and Mr. Kirk wood are working for him at iiis ranch near Simeon. O. F. Lawrence , of Stearns , S. D. , was in our city last Saturday and bought one of S. Moon's cele brated 'Perkins wind mills and a tower which he hauled out togpth- er with a load of provisions. A. W. Scattergood , an attorney , of Ainsworth , well known to many of our ppoplp , was in thp city last Monday on business. Tip is kept pretty busy nowadays with con tests and real estate business. Edwin L. Petti John , a captain in thp late civil war of an Ohio regiment , is in the city visiting his. nephew , J. C. Petlijohn , and Capt. A. GShaw , who was a sol dier 115 his regiment during thp war. Jonathan Vincent , of Zion , Ore gon , a brother to Mrs. Jas. Shep ard , arrived here Friday , Oct. T , for a few weeks visit and expects to go down to Cambridge from here to visit a brother and sister and from there to Logan , Iowa , where he has another sister. W. A. Smith and Berne Tinkam drove up from the hay flats east of Woodlake Monday and spent sev eral hours in town. Mr. Smith was elected precinct chairman of the democratic party for Woodlake precinct at a meeting held recent ly to nominate precinct officers. George L. Coleman , of Ncligh , was in town last Saturday putting up tombstones. Mr. Coleman formprly lived south of Cody on a ranch but sold out to the Federal Cattle company a couple of years ago and went to Xeligh where he engaged in the marble business. R. B. Tucker is the new clerk at Davenport & Thacher's the past few weeks. It was an oversight upon our part not to have men tioned this item before. Mr. Tucker has taken a homestead in Cherry county and having ex perience in the mercantile busi ness in Lincoln he is found to be a valuable assistant. Grandpa Morey and wife are back from Dead wood where they I spent several weeks visiting their - son Sol and wife. Mrs. Morey's liealth is very much improved and Mr. Morey says they will live here j with his son 0. W. Morey in the ! bouse formerly occupied by them ' ind which he sold to his son be fore going to Dead wood. A. W. Peterson , of Arabia , has purchased a hay baler and bales liis hay that he hauls to market for which he receives § 6 per ton and finds ready sale for all he hauls t town. He thinks the saving to him in hauling larger A and being easier to handle pays him to bale his hay before [ miling to market. Herman Zickrick and three of liis neighbors of Westover , S. D. , wore down the latter part of last wpok getting loads of provisions , vegetables and potatoes which they i are taking home for their winter j supply. Cherry county can raise j potatoes , vegetables , corn , wheat , oats , hay , beef and pork sufficient to supply her own citizens and feed the western half of South Dakota. ( Valentine is the central trading ! point for Rosebud reservation and Chorry county. D. D. Dunn is prospering since his return to Cherry county and has bought two quarter sections of land with the profits of a couple of years work , farming Cherry coun ty land , on which he raises corn , ! oatwheat and potatoes for sale , and all the garden truck that he could raise on an eastern farm. Cherry county land is all right and will produce something besides grass and stoers when a man farms as eastern farmers do. There is a splendid opportunity for dairy ing in Cherry county. Alfalfa grows where-ever it has been tried. * J. F. Porath , of Riege , was in j town last Saturday and informed ' us that he has just lately put down a well 307 feet deep forVii. . Riege which secures an ever-lasting sup ply of water of the best quality , ako put down a well 196 feet p for HenryVeisflog and i now at wo k for Felix Nollettc putting in a i hree inch casing foi j him. The above demonstrates the < ability of Mr. Porath to put down ( hep wells ; ; nd that he is kept busy : ilI thp time. A letter will reach him at Rie e if anyone is contem plating gctt'-ng a good well from 2 jractical well man * f * * * * * * * * * * * o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o 0-0-0 toto to toto Chase & San born Coffees to ftfr 15 , 20 , 25 and 40c per pound ftfr ftfrto to toto to Davenport & Thacher Large stock of HamiIton = = Brown Shoes Just arrived. All other shoes in stock sold at greatly reduced prices for next CO days. Come -and see us. We sell everything , and at prices which are right. MAX E. VIERTEL CROOKSTO NEBRASKA * : fc. * rocer ies ! The BEST for table use and at popular prices. Our Stock is Always Fresh 8 Dry Goods , Shoes , Mittens ft. Hay , Grain and Feed W. A. PETTYCREW , GENERAL MDSE , it Iff I VW17T/C \ it / LU t ril - ijrwjinm j Tr itz FRESH FRUIT AND GAME | ? ff | JN THEIR SEASON. 3 ! Ug First clasline of Speaks. Dry Salt Meats Smoked Breakfast [ J Highest Market Price Paid for Hogs. ED WHITTEJIOUE. Tresident. CIIAUI.E-S SI-AUKS , Caalilcr. J.V STETTEK. Vice President. OKAII L BHITTON , A33t. Cashier . . . . . * [ Jlutcrcst paid on tiint deposits. Valentine State Bank , | 1 Capital , S23.OOO Valentine , Nebraska. ! Surplus , Sl,0&0 Persons seeking a place of safety for their Office Hours moneyi iprofit \ \ by investigating tho j . . . . 9 A. M. to 4 I' M , methodoin in business - oin ployed our j SSS2S 2Jt2Jt2 2sfa 3S r51SS CONFECTIONERY Suited to t\ ! > ar taste. i Canned Goods Lunch Counter. c \ Are now at their best and | All you want to eat at oar : - g we handle the best srrado. 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