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THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT.
VOLUME XX VALENTINE. NEBRASKA. JULY 13 , 1905. NUMBER
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Suits , Skirts and
Arrived Under Skirts.
Silk Skirts guaranteed for three years.
Quick CO My Furniture
stock is being con
Meal O3 with good serviceable
articles for the home.
Gasoline Stoves and
anges are the best and
safest. They are al
ways ready for use. .
You. want Garden
Don't delay. Get one
Seeds for spring
and save wor CU
ry of your life. None planting. Other seeds
so good as the also. I have them.
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Chartered as a State Bank Chartered as a National Bank
June 1 , 1884. August 12 , 1902 ,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Valentine , Nebraska.
( Successor to )
CAPITAL PAID IN A General BankiDg
C. H. CORNELL , President. J. T. MAY , Vice-President.
M. V , NICHOLSON , Cashier.
TALK OF THE TOWN
John Neiss was in town Mon
John Lord , of Simeon , was in
the city Tuesday.
Claude Jones was down from
Crookston last Monday.
Claude lleece was in town Mon
day laying in haying supplies.
Jas. H. Quigley was in Cody
the first of the week on business.
G. W. Keller , of Cascade , was
in the city on business the latter
part of last week.
Harry Hilsinger and Lee Shep-
ard bought a pair of monkeys from
the circus which was here last ,
Mrs. Wm. Ennis , of Chadron ,
is in town visiting her mother and
brothers. She will remain several
Ed Richards was in town Satur
day from his ranch near Oasis.
; He says everything is drowned in
Will Morrissey returned from
Chadron Monday morning after
spending a week renewing ac
Mat House , while in town Tues
day , called at this office on busi
ness. He says that this is the
kind of weather for crops.
Last Friday Dock Grooms had
Tom Hudson arrested for shooting
with intent to kill. Mr. Hudson
waived examination for 30 days.
James Irwin was in from his
ranch down the river last Mon
day. He called at this office in
company with a Mr. Snyder a
commission merchant of Sioux
Mr. ICronk and family of the
Boarding school are spending their
vacation camping out near the
mill dam. Mr. ICronk says it is s
one of the most delightful places
he knows of.
William Gillaspie and mother
returned Monday morning from
Arkadelphia , Arkansas , where c
they passed the winter. Bill is s
looking well but says that he wasti
mighty glad to see sand hills again , e
While returning from the cele
bration at Crookston , John Coggs- ,
well had the misfortune of getting ,
tangled up in a barb wire fence and
cutting his foot severely. At this
writing he is getting along nicely. h
Levi Sparks , accompanied by his
wife , daughter and the two friends
visiting at his home , Misses Buela aic
Jcnks and Neil Fountain drove up 4
to Rosebud the first of the week.
They spent several days taking in i
Miss Lou E. Jones , who has , ,
been conducting the model school
at the junior normal , returned to
her home in Lincoln last Monday.
She intended to leave yesterday y
for the coast where she will spend
her vacation. ,
Saturday afternoon the local tt ;
sports played a fast and exciting es
game of ball with Co. L's team of si
Ft. Niobrara. The game was close
throughout and the winning score
was made in the ninth inning by
the fort , the score being 15 to 16. .
Dr. Bertrand Jeffers left Friday p
morning for Butte , Neb. , where tc
he will engage in the practice of gi
medicine. Bert was raised in this at
community and graduated from gi
our high school. This spring he t\
received his degree from the U. of di
N. Medical School at Omaha. We m
are confident of his success and m
congratulate Butte on receiving in
such a worthy young man. ai
Julius Schromm and Miss Anna
Bowen were united in holy matri
mony Monday , July 10 , 1905 , at
the Catholic church , Father Muys-
sen officiating. J3oth < 4 < he bride and
groom are well and favorably
known here. THE DEMOCRAT ex
Martin Carr and son J. S. Carr
of Simeon were in town Tuesday
getting supplies to begin hayin'g.
They say that it is the wettest they
have seen it in the hay flats , but
think that what they lose in the
valleys this year , will be more than
made up in the hills , where there
seems to be plenty of grass.
Fred Cumbow went down to
Woodlake Friday morning. He
recently resigned his position with
T. C. Hornby , which he has held
for a number of years and will live
on his ranch near Woodlake. It
is with regret that his numerous
friends ] see him leave town and we
hope to see : him back by the time
The Slayton Jubilee Singers will
be here on next Wednesday , July
19. ! Get your seats reserved at
the postoffine between the hours of
4 and 5 p. m. on Tuesday and
Don't fail to hear the Slaytons
next Wednesday. All persons
holding season tickets may have
their seats reserved free. Remem
ber the time 4 to 5 p. m. Tuesday
Misses Bernice Kief of Wood-
lake , Mary Barnes and Myrtle
Richardson of .Newton , Jessie Mc-
Connaughey of Mirage and Lillian
Nelson of Cody are new students
enrolled at the normal.
If you have not seen the school
garden , walk out that way the first
spare moment you have. It is a
beauty. The lettuce and radishes
are ready to eat and the flowers
are just beginning to bloom.
Supt. Stockdale , who has the
class in agriculture , is furnishing
substantial evidence that agricul
ture in schools may be made inter
esting and profitable. Under his
directions the class is furnishing
crisp , toothsome radishes and let
tuce for the dining hall and some
The normal chorus is now re
hearsing for the concert. The
evening meetings are to be on
Wednesdays at the M. E. church
and all singers in Valentine are
cordially < invited to join the chorus.
At the last meeting several friends
came in and helped and others
have promised their assistance.
Students and the instructors of
the junior normal are looking for
ward with pleasure to the great
picnic ; to be held July 22. It
seems that many more citizens of
Valentine will join with us in the
picnic this year than ever before ,
has been thought best to go to
he beautiful Perry falls , six miles
iast of Ft. Niobrara where we had
such a delightful time last year.
Charles Aminon , who has been
attendance at the Valentine
lormal each of the three summers
since its opening , has beencom
pelled < , on account of poor health ,
return home. He has been a
peat help in many ways to those
ittending the normal and will be
greatly missed. Mrs. Ammon and
iwo younger children were here
luring the last week of Mr. Am-
non's stay. We believe Mr. Am-
non has been influential in bring
ing more students to normal than
my other one student.
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NEW SPRING GOODS EVERY " 1NC DAY
so We sell al Farming Implements , and
fleering Binders I Mowers at able reason prices
MAX E. VIERTBL CROOKSTON NEBRASKA
Shoes ! Shoes !
I handle the celebrated *
for men , women and children. Good wear ,
good fitting and PRICES ARE RIGHT.
W. A. PETTYCREW , GENERAL MDSE. |
FRED WHITTEMOKE , Pres. CHARLES. SPARKS , Cashier.
J. W. STETTER , Vice Pres. ORA.H L. BRITTON , Ass't Cash.
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