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VOLUME SIX VALENTINE. NEBRASKA , OCTOBER 27 , 1904. NUMBER 41
Are you going to want a Heating
Stove this winter ? If you are , you
want the best the best in appear JJ
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. to
TV > have the exclusive agency
of the above lines , which include
the best stoves made. Make us a
5) ) call before buying elsewhere and we will gladly explain to you
4 ? all the special features of the different stoves. We guarantee
every stove mentioned to be perfectly satisfactory in every vay
or we will exchange it or refund money paid us.
"W $ carry the largest and most complete line of stoves of
all kinds found in Northwest Nebraska.
Call and Inspect these stoves.
RED FRONT MERC. co. |
and the best
on earth for $1.50. I
A Six Page Noiseless Slate given with each pair of Shoes.
. AND CLOTHIER , j
rs f ffg a - g ra
* s Hardware , Furniture and Coal.fl
FURNITURE , bed room suits , dressers , chiffoniers , ward
robes. Iron beds strong and clean , spring couches and mattres
ses , 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 ploasurc.
Come and See Tliem ibs- Yoiiieli"
? Frank Fischer.
Chartered as a St ite Bank uhartorod as a National Bank
Jun1 , 1884. August 12. 1902 ,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Valentine , Nebraska.
( Successor to )
of "Va-lei tln. © .
; APITAJj PAID IN " General
0. H. CoHNEUPresident. . J. T. MAT , VicB-President.
j& GET AT THIS
TALK OF THE TOWN
Lawrence Rice is sick this week
with the measles.
Dan Truax , of Cody , was in our
city last Friday ori business.
J. N. Steadman , of Ossis , was a
visitor to our city last Friday.
R. F , Gillaspie spent a couple
of days in town the past week.
Ed Richards , of Kennedy , was
in town yesterday for a load of
Edward Lewis , foreman of the
Tread way ranch , was in the city
Miss Nellie Easley assisted in
Geo. Hornby's store a few days
Hon. Frank "Rothleutner and
Mr. Wilson , of Georgiavas in
the cit.v Monday on business.
O. "W. Morcy is re-arranging
s store , putting additional shelv-
ng to display holiday goods.
Mr. Elliott and J. W. Stetter
shipped a car load of Wisconsin
j apples in the first of the week.
P. H. Young , of Simeon , was in
town yesterday , looking as bright
and cheerful as health makes a man.
Mrs. McDonald made a business
trip to Neligh Sunday , returning
on the'freight Monday to Crooks-
Rev. Carpenter went down to
his homestead south of Johnstown
Monday to make some improve
Mrs. J. P. Rothe , of Ft. Nio-
brara , called yesterday to pay for
a year's subscription to THE DEM
Born , Tuesday morning , to R.
B. Thompson and wife of Simeon ,
a girl. This report came over the
D. J. Drebert and I. M. Rice
; made a business trip to Crookston
and Georgia , Friday and Saturday
of last week.
Thos. Huntiugton , of Gordon ,
was down last Thursday with elev
en old soldiers who were filing on
land in the. western part of this
The Geo. L. Loomis meeting ,
to have been held here Wednesday ,
Nov. 2nd , is cancelled. We are
sorry to announce this and take
up the bills.
K lward Ormesher was in town
. Tuesday and handed the Editor a
\ dollar for THE DEMOCRAT which
goes to his daughter , Mrs Clark ,
of Englewood , S. D.
D. J. Drebert spent several
days the past week in our city
'with ' I. M. Rice , the local agent ,
in the interest of the German
Mutual Fire Insurance Co.
An eleven pound girl was born
to W. H. Caton and wife Monday
'evening ' , Oct. 24 , 1904 , at the
. home of Mrs. Caton'c parents ,
Judge Towne and wife of this city
John Hornick , of the firm Hor-
nick , Hess & More , was in the
city last Friday. He is an old
friend of Frank Fischor's3 they
having been acquainted for over
Grant Boyer , of the firm of Tay
lor & Boyer , carpenters and con
tractors , went out to J. C. Mc-
Nair's place Tuesday afternoon to
raise the roof of his house and
make it a two story.
Cat your vote for Wm. Butler
of Irwin precinct for county com
missioner. Mr. Butler is a man
of mature years and of good judg-
! ment. He is a popular man at
j home and ought to get a good vote
! cverywheje in the county. Men
who know him say he is the man
to feleeti this yean
: j Julius Schromm , of Arabia , call
ed on us last Thursday while in
town and says he has purchased
Mr. Stinard's horses which are
young work horses mostly from 1
to 6 years old. Mr. Schromm of
fers to trade them for young mules
A telegram Sunday morning
from Buchanan , Mich. , announced
the serious illness of Jos. Sparks ,
the father of the Sparks brothers
in this city. Mr. and Mrs. L. C.
Sparks hastily made preparations
and started Tuesday morning for
John West , who for the past
few months has been employed in
the capacity of cle k in the Home 1
Bakery , has resigned his position
ami is night clerk at the Chicago
House. Later Mr. West has aci i
ceptcd a position on the road , rep
resenting and insurance company.
S. J. Blakely and Miss Rita
Thompson were married by Judge
Towne yesterday morning. Mr.
Blakely is a trusted foreman of
the Diamond Bar ranch at Simeon
and Miss Thompson is a daughter
of C. C. Thompson on the river.
THE DEMOCRAT wishes them suc
cess and happiness.
A. E. Barnes , of Newton , the'
father of Dan , E. R.-and the Cody
hardware merchant , was in our
city last Friday on real estate busi
ness. Mr. Barnes subscribed for
THE DEMOCRAT so that he could
have the county news. He is one i
of Cherry county's true Democrats
who believes that the principles of
ouparty are. right and always up
W. J. Bryan is making a tour
of West Va. in Senator Davis' pri
vate car , speaking to the largest
audiences that ever came out to
hear a citizen speak. Upon his
concluding his first speech at Sen- ;
ator Davis' home town , the old
man arose , faced the audience and '
with a wave of his hand said , "No '
man can speak after Mr. Bryan , " |
and dismissed the audience amid
On Thursday evening at eight'
o'clock , at the home prepared by i
the groom , Rev. Clark of the Pres
byterian church , joined in mar
riage Clarence Sagcser of this city
and Miss Chambers , of Broken
Bo\v , Neb. , in the presence of
relatives and a few inviterl guests.
Mr. Sageser is a well known young
business man of Valentine , while
his bride who is a stranger here , '
is welcomed in our town. THE
DEMOCRAT extends congratula
Al Thacher was up from the
Post hospital yesterday a few
hours. He has had a long siege
with carbuncles and is about to
triumph , though he'll have the
scars of a veteran. A large car
buncle was cut from the back of
his neck and it takes' time for this
to heal Mr. Thacher was in town
week ago yesterday , since which
time a large piece of skin was tak
en from his leg and grafted onto
his neck. He was looking cheer
ful yesterday and it was a pleas
ure to see him again on our streets.f
O. C. Trend way , of the Chi Psi
Cattle company , eallnd onusTue -
da.v while in town to discuss the *
political situation , Mr. Tread-1
wnv is a strong admirer of W. J. :
Br.van and ut the beginning of tin ;
campaign was opposed to the can-
di'lney of Ji dge Parker for presi
dent , but thinks now that it is a
matter of supporting cither Park- :
er or Rposi-velt and prefers the' '
fomer. . Mr. Bryan says that ,
wiere there's a difference in the two
candidates , Parker is on the
ri ht side , and most of our Demr-
will bear this in mind ,
49 Chase & San born Coffees toto toto
49 15,20,25 and 40c per pound toto
4b Davenport & Thacher N
Large stock of
HamiIton = = 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 B. VIERTEL CROOKSTO2Si NEBRASKA
i Groceries !
The BEST for table use and at popular prices.
* * Our Stock is Always Fresh
Dry Goods , Shoes , Mittens
Hay , Grain and Feed
# * W. A. PETTYCREW , GENERAL MDSE.
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RESM FRUIT AND GAME f
JN THEIR SEASON. ; :
First..las - line of S'eaks , Roasts
Dry Salt Meats Smoked
Breakfast ( 'aeon.
Highest Market Price Paid for Hogs.
FitED WHITTKMOUE. rresident. E-s SPABKS , Casbler.
> < .1. WiTKTTKR. . Vino President ORAH L. BKITTON , Asst. Cashier
Inrerest paid on time I
deposits. Valentine State Bank ,
Capital , 825.OOO
Valentine , Nebraska.
.Surplus , 81OOO
Persons seeking a place of safety for their
Offlce Flours money , will profit by investigating the
I 9 \ . M.to4 P. M methods employed in our business.
Suited to ymir taste.
Canned Goods j Lunch Counter.
Are no\v at their bc.sS and | All you want to eat at our
we handle the. best grade. 1 Lunch Counter ft
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