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About Valentine Democrat. (Valentine, Neb.) 1900-1930 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 19, 1905)
VOLUME VALENTINE. NEBRASKA. JANUARY 19 , 1903. NUMBER 1
A fllll lineof
Pocket Knives , Fancy Scissors and
< K Shears , Skates and Silver Ware.
4) "We carry the most com-
4ji plote line of cutlery shown
in the town , including
Simmons' "Keen Kutter"
< 5 Pocket Knives and the
| | 4iClauss" brand Shears.
4 $ Both lines are fully guar-
'anteed to be the best , and
q ) if not found satisfactory
4\in every way , are ex-
S changeable. We also carry a complete Mneof "Klipper Klub"
4 ? f/ u > -.5 J - . . - Skates , all sixes and prices ,
* Q > ' f ; 6m4l o - - - - : \ Skate Sharpeners , Skate
49 ' " l _ _ _ lKLiFpfF - . ? HLUft _ 2I ? ! " Straps , Skate I3a < ; rs , etc. , etc.
Call and inspect our line of Rochester's famous Nickle
J ? Plated Copper Ware , including Tea Pots , Tea Kettles , Cuspi- to
S dors , Trays , Baking Dishes , Chafiing Dishes , etc. Also our
4 line of Silver ware. Be
45 sure to make us a call be-
J fore purchasing your holi-
49' ' Remember. X Come to the
IRED FRONT MERC , co \
1 , 4 %
I * - iXt Of CT Of
Overcoats Warm Lined
Shoes and Suits ;
Fur Coats for Ladies
and Gentlemen ; !
Hardware , Furniture and Coal.i
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
iwriting desks. Latest Designs and Lowest Prices.
A full line of hardware , cutlery and stoves of best makes.
L lot of useful articles that make house-keeping a pleasure.
Oomo ; iii < l See Tliem loi * "YoiirsoII"
Chartered as a Stati Bank Chartered aa a National Bank
Jun1. . 1884. August 12. 1002 ,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
It , Valentine , Nebraska.
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CAPITAL PAID IN A Grnwa ] Bunking
&O C f AO Excbanirp and
OUUU. Collection Busines ,
C. H. CORNELL , President. J. T. MAY , Vice-President.
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ITALK OF THE TOWN
F. W. King , of Wood lake , was
in town on business last Saturday.
Vice President J. T. May of the
First National Bank of this city is
up from Fremont visiting with
C. L. Dodson was in town Mon
day getting supplies. He has
started a ranch about 15 miles
southwest of town.
Mr. and Mrs. Piercy , of Ken
nedy , drove to town yesterday and
are talking of going to Mississippi
for Mr. Piercy's health.
M. P. Jordan was in town last
Saturday. He recently returned
from a trip up west where he has
been for several weeks.
The boys and girls had a fine
time coasting last Saturday by
hitching their sleds onto the hind
end of wagons moving about lovvn.
Mark D. Cyphers and Chas. S.
Reece went down to Lincoln Mon
day to attend the agricultural
meeting for farmers and stock
raisers this week.
Mrs. Moon and Queen are on
their way home , starting yesti r-
day morning from Marshaltown ,
la. , and after visiting friends two
days in Omaha , are expecte 1 home
J. A. Hornback , formerly of
this city and well known by many
Cherry county people , writes us
from Stromsburg , enclosing cash
in advance for THE DEMOCRAT and
Harry Harper called yesterday
and started our electric bells going
which we have been trying for
several days to get connected so as
to ring the bells instead of using
; them as an ornament.
A. E. Hutchison , of Granger ,
Minn. , came up Monday to look
, at our country with a view to lo
cating here. He is a brother to
Mrs. R. C. Salmon and is at pres
ent visiting at Mr. Collett's.
Major Hatch , lately from the
Philipines , came about three weeks
ago and is the officer in command
at Ft. Niobrara. It was cur pleas
ure t meet him Tuesday tlno jgh
the courtesy of Capt. O'Xeill.
When a man gets lonesome and
wants to do something to amuse
himself , spend a little money and
get a whole lot of thinking , he can
keep busy in a tangle of electric
wires to find out which wire to
M. Jelly and wife drove up
last Saturday from their farm
i down the river to do some trading
with Valentine merchants. It was
, not so cold as it was Friday but
' Mr. Jelly said it was cold enoug'i
for a long drive.
S. L. Ellis was up from Simt on
the first of the week for supplies
for his store. In whittling a hole
iu a strap of leather while in town
. he slashed the end of Iiis thumb
' and had to get Dr. Compton do it
up for him and stop the blood.
Attorney A. M. Morrissey went
down to Lincoln Monday to argue
a case before the supreme court ,
wherein the Omaha National bank
is plaintiif vs J. W. Dye in a re
plevin suit for the recovery of
cattle. Mr. Morrissey is attorney
for the plaintiff.
A small fire occurred last Fri
day morning at Geo. Lenaugh's
house , across the alley west of
Frank Brayton's dwelling. The
ceiling and roof caught fire from
the flue which seems to have been
defective. The fire department
and neighbors gathered quickly
and put the fire out before much j
\V. W. Goodin and sister ,
Lillie , drove down from Bailey i
last Monday and arc visiting with
their brotherinlawVra. . John
son , who lives twelve miles south !
of town. Mr. Goodin was in town '
yesterday and called at this office
to subscribe for THE DEMOCRAT.
Grant Boyer recently made an
other violin which is pronounced
by those who have seen it to be
equal , if not superior , to the one j
he made last winter. Mr. Boyer
sold the violin to John Todd of
Sparks for § 25.00 who says it is .
well worth the money he paid for it. '
W. A. Shelbourn came into town
last week from his place on the
Snake to bring his children up to his
brother's to attend school. Mon
day , MrShelbouru called at our
oliice and stated that he had sold
out down on the Snake and would
move up close to town where he
could send his children to school.
Chas. H. Faulhaber writes us
from Brownlee thai he has sold all
of iiis Hereford bulls excepting 80
head of young bulls , from ten
months to one year old , but he
has decided to sell one of his herd
bulls , winch is four years old. it
surely pays to advertise. Mr.
Faulnabcr encloses pay for his-
subscriptiou and stock advertise
ment in advance.
Mr. and Mrs. Slonecker went
down to Ainsworth Monday to at
tend the funeral of Thomas Mc-
Grew of thai place who died Sun
day evening of bnghts disease.
The funeral took place Tuesday j
afternoon. Mr. McGrew was the '
father of Miss Maud McG rew who
many of the young people of Val
entine remember as living in our
city some years ago , and of Airs. '
Slouecker , deceased.
James Mar Icy called on us this
week and paid up for THE DEMO
CRAT and told us to stop sending
it as there wasn't any news any
more. This is at least en
couraging for he has taken the pa
per for years , and if 'there hadn't
been any news in io , he'd have
quit long ago , so here's good luck
to you Mr. Marley. We're get
ting new subscribers rigtit a bug
and we'll be a bit lonesome with
out you. j
If some of our friends who said
stop the paper because they didn't ,
want to pay in advance for it will
just slip over the fence to the
neighbors and borrow a copy of
THE DEMOCRAT occasionally they
can perhaps make themselves be
lieve they made the editor think
that thiy could get all the news
without taking the paper. Just
tell the neighbors you wanted to
look for astray notice or something
like that , it'll work. i
County Assessor Cole and the
county commissioners , at a session
held last week , appointed the fol
lowing deputy assessors : Chas.
Lower , for Sparks and Kewanec ,
precincts ; S. K. Babcock , Buii'alo I
Lake and Mother Lake ; J. M.
Clarkson , Valentine precinct and
village ; G.V. . Williams , Goose
Creek and Pleasant HillV. ; . A.
Crane , Merriman ; A. C. Salmon ,
Table and Minnechaduza'm. ; .
Kennedy , Steen and Kennedy ; L.
W. Parker , Schlagel and German ;
John Haeber , Dewey Lake and
Cleveland : JohnVhillans , Wood
Lake : A. 0. Coleman , Georgia ,
Nenxel and Sharps llanch ; K. S.
Lee , Loiip ; W. D. Armstrong ,
Boiling Springs ; Len Wins low ,
EliA.'l ; > 'Brooks , Barley ; S. M.
Woodward , Irwin and Lavaca ;
Dan Barnes , Enlow and Gillaspie.
Xmas Fancies ! I
We are carrying a fall line of Xmas Groceries
We want your trade. Call in and get prices.
i * in fanc.y clusters.
IVovr Yo-rlt Apple * , best quality.
iVntw , Almonds , Pecans , Brazil Nuts and.English Walnuts
Candies , mixed and fancy , special price given in pail lots
Condiments. Chutney , Tobasco Sauce , Catsup , India-
Rolish , etc.
.Preserves We have the finest line of Preserves on
the market , including the famous Gordon and Dil-
it worth brands. wv
New York BuckwheatFlour , Chase & Sanborn Coffees
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.
MA.X E. VIERTBL CKOOKSTOSr NEBRASKA
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Q roceries !
* * 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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? RKSi : FRUIT AND GAME | | ll
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Kir-t ( . - lasline of S'eaks. R < iust > ?
Drv Salr Me it ? Smoke 1
Highest Market Price Paid for Hogs.
FKED WHITTEMOUE , Pr-s. CHAS. SPARKS , Cashier.
J. W. STETTER , Vice ORAH L. BRITTOA" , Ass't Cwh.
Persons seeking a place of safety for their moneyrill profit by
investigating the methods employed in our business.
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1 CONFECTIONERY 8
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 rade. Lunch Counter "i
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