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THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT.
VOLUME XX VALENTINE. NEBRASKA. JUNE 29 , 1905. NUMBER 24
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Men's , Boys' and Children's & ft
CLOTHING I *
25 per cent discount for cash on all
Clothing until 4th of July. ft *
An object lesson in
< ? With clothes , economy does not mean just cheap clothes.
4S "Cheap" clothes , as a rule are expensive in the long
43 run. True clothes economy means with us , well made ,
49 4 ? well fitting and well lasting clothes at a reasonable price. ? J
4 ? Come in and see if our statement isn't right. : : : : ft *
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JJThe Discount Sale is on Ladies'
Shirt Waists and Dress Skirts also.
We still have a complete line of these goods on hand but
they will not last long at the present sale prices. : t :
4) * Do not wait to make your Fourth of July purchases un
til the last minute , for time is money and it takes money
to run our business. : : : : : : t : : : : :
$ RED FRONT MERC. CO B
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Just Ladies' Shirt Waists ,
Suits , Skirts and
Arrived Under Skirts ,
Silk Skirts guaranteed for three years.
Quick My Furniture
stock is being con
Meal with good serviceable
articles for the home.
Gasoline Stoves and
ranges are the best and
safest. They are al
ways ready for use. CO
You want Garden
Don't delay. Get one CD
Seeds for spring
and save half the wor
ry of your life. None planting. Other seeds
so good . as the also. . I have them.
"QUICK MEAL. "
Chartered as a State Bank Chartered as a National Bank
June 1 , 1884. August 12 , 1802 ,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Valentine , Nebraska.
( Successor to )
CAPITAL PAID IN A General Banking
$ Exchange and
, Collection Business.
C. H. CORNELL , President. J. T. MAY , Vice-President.
M. V , NICHOLSON , Cashier.
N.TJ , AUSTIN. . W. THOMPSON.
( SUCCESSORS TO E. BREUKLANDER. )
GEXECAL BLACKSHIT1IIXG AND WOODWORK.
Horse Shoeing a Specialty *
TALK OF THE TOWN
Aaron Grooms was a Valentine
Jake Stetter went out to Gillas-
pie ranch last week.
Mrs. Razey and daughter Wy-
nona are visiting in town.
Mrs. Munson is enjoying a visit
from her mother and father. \
L. K. Travis , of St. Mary's
Mission , was in town Monday.
Geo. Harden's house on Ma-
comb St. is nearing completion.
John Neiss was trading in this
city the latter part of last week.
Nels Rowley , of Kennedy , was
IE. town on business last Tuesday.
Frank Grooms and Roy Kuskie
were in town Monday after lum
Chas. Johnson , the Woodlake
banker , was in town on business
Arthur Turnbull went to John
Neiss' Monday where he intended
to go to work.
James McDowell , of Woodlake ,
was transacting business in Valen
The First National bank is erect
ing a warehouse in the rear of
Miss Kearns , of Uushville , is
visiting with her sister , Mrs.
Mac Cramer's house is about
finished. Grant Boyer did the
work and did a neat job.
Born , to Jesse Brosius and wife ,
a-bouncing baby girl , Thursday
morning , June 22 , 1905.
Capt. A. G. Shaw goes tv Ains-
worth the 3rd andJtth of July to
do the knife throwing act.
Nathan Hartman and wife are
the proud possessors of a boy who
arrived Friday , June , 23 , 1905.
Frank Sedlacek was a city vis
itor Tuesday. He is at present
breaking horses for W.G. Ballard.
It is reported that the vegetable
men on the river have been picK-
ing vegetables in water knee deep.
The east-bound passenger was
10 hours late Monday. The de
lay was caused by a wreck near
Rapid City , S. D.
Mr. Hayes , father of Miss Lizzie
Hayes , a'rrived Valentine . the
first of the week for an extended
visit with his daughter.
Ed Pike called at this office
while in town Monday. We are
always glad to have our friends
call when in the city.
James Collins and wife are now
running the Union hotel. They
are veterans in the hotel business
and we know they will succeed.
Rev. John W. Morgan , of White-
wood , S. D. , will preach in the
Presbyterian church on Sunday ,
July 2 , morning and evening ser
John Bachelor drove up from
ranch last Tuesday. He has been
busy the past week branding his
calves and dipping almost all of
S. F. Gilman , of the Minnecha-
daza mill , was in town the fore
part of the week. Beginning Mon
day night a night force was put
on at the mill.
W. E. Efner and wife returned
from a business and pleasure trip
in the east. Mr. Efner says that
he intends to remain here for the
Walther Meltendorff is building
a large and commodous addition
to his home. ' When completed it
will be one of the cosiest and pret
tiest houses in town.
Hub Daniels , of Simeon , was a
city visitor Tuesday.
Miss Lulu Kortz , of Merriinan
has been appointed superintendent
of public instruction to succeed
Miss Etta Brown resigned.
The Valentine Concert band
practiced at the creek last Sunday
and a number of townsp90ple list
ened to the music and greatly ap
James and Charles Breuklander
came down from Merriman last
Sunday to spend the day visiting
their friends. The boys are with
the bridge gang.
Miss Lally , who was an instruc
tor in the junior normal last year ,
spent Sunday in Valentine visiting
friends. She is engaged in insti
tute work at Bassett.
Mrs. J. C. Webb and son Kob-
ert returned from Fremont last
Sunday night. They intend to
make Valentine their permanent
home and we are glad to welcome
Mrs. Hittle and Mrs. Roy Bur-
dick came up to town Monday.
Mrs. Burdick has been visiting at
Penbrook for about a month and
Tuesday morning left for Omaha
to join her husband.
Dr. Proudfoot , the U. S. gov
ernment cattle inspector of Chi
cago , came up from Bachelor's
ranch last Monday where he in
spected some steers which will
soon-be moved to the reservation.
" -Fred Gumbo w called at this of
fice Tuesday and is now a regular
subscriber of THE DEMOCRAT.
Fred has resigned his position with
T. C. Hornby and after the Fourth
will live on his ranch near Wood-
During the terrible rain-storm
Tuesday morning the home of Os
car Buechle was struck by light
ning. The bolt went down the
chimney and tore things up pretty
bad. Oscar was sleeping in the
house and fortunately escaped in
A. G. Ward and Bernie Tink-
ham , of Woodlake were visiting in
town last Saturday. Mr. Ward
has a daughter here who is attend
ing the normal. He paid this of
fice a short visit and we enjoyed a
pleasant talk with him on the
prospects of the country. He
takes a very optimistic view and
forsees a second Iowa.
The Collins one-horse circus ,
minus the horse , which was to
show here Saturday failed to ma
terialize. Various rumors have
been circulated as to the reason
and they all lead in the same di
rection lack of coin. They man
aged to get out some bills and a
little ad in each paper to attract
people to the "big tent. "
Dick Lever , the popular stock
solicitor of the North-western ,
was in town last week on business.
Mr. Lever is one of the best known
and most popular man in the em
ployment of the road. He is an
efficient solicitor , very prompt and
courteous. With such a man in
its employ the railroad need not
worry about not getting its share
of the business *
G. G. Dennis , of Deadwood ,
was in town last Friday. He is
superintendent of the Chadron-
Black Hills division of the North
western. It has been frequently
rumored that his visit here had
something to do with the making
of Valentine a division point. We
understand that the policy of the
road is to shorten the division be
tween Longpine and Chadron by
making new divisions at Atkinson
and at Valentine.
4 43 4 4 ? ? ? Shirts ! f
49 49 HEW , HOBBY AHD HEAT.
49 Mohairs , Colored Sateens , Oxfords , &
49 49 Fancy Negligee , i I * *
49 Plated Bosoms , Fancy Bosoms.
49 Buy one ior the hot summer
49 weather. Be cool and comfortable
49 General Merchants.
NEW SPRING GOODS EVERY mm DAY
so We sell al Farming Implements , and
Deering Binders § Mowers at able reason prices
MAX E. VIERTBL CROOKSTOfc NEBRASKA
3 v Shoes ! - Shoes !
1 handla the celebrated
for men , women and children. Good wear ,
good fitting-and PRICES ARE RIGHT.
W. A. PETTYCREW , GENERAL MDSL
FRED WHITTEMOBE , Proa. CHAKLES. SPAHKS , Cashier.
.T. W. STETTER , Vice Pros. OH AH L. BKITTON , Asa't Cash.
Persons seeking a place of safety for their money , will profit by
investigating the methods employed in our business.
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 grade. Lunch Counter.
will be 35c after April 29,1905 ,
Except Regular Board.
Meal Ticket Limit 10 Days. R. L. HALL , Proprt
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