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About Valentine Democrat. (Valentine, Neb.) 1900-1930 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 16, 1905)
Perfect In quality.
Moderate In price.
You will find a hearty welcome
at the Chicago House. 38
Halldorson's photos 1 ? 2 , 3 , 4
and 5th of each month.
When you come to town , stop
at the Chicago House. 38
Comfortable rooms , clean beds
and all you want to eat at the Chi
cago House. 38
For sale Four tboro-brd Ches
ter White boars. WM. EPKE ,
Crookston , Neb.
Go to Kimbell's for a first-class
shave , haircut , shampoo , massage ,
shine , bath or any other thing in
the line of barber work. Bath room
and and shine chair in operation
Sunday until noon.
We are prepared to make real
estate loans on Farm and Ranch
properties at a fair and conserva
tive valuation. Call and see us.
CORNELL & NICHOLSON.
32 At First National Bank.
The Loup Valley lierefGrd Kauch
Brown letNebr ,
131693 and Curly
Coat 112 61 at head
of herd T'lo ' blood
of Fowler. Anxiety.
Lord Wilton and Sir
. nates IQ my herd.
I can flJl orders for bulls of all ajres at any
lime. Jlancli feur miles nortb-west of Browu-
lee , Nebr.
H. DAILEY ,
Office over the grocery Jepav
of T. C. Hornb\r's store.
Will be in Rosebud agency July
3rd , Oct. 2nd and Jan. 1 , 1904 : .
JOHN F. POtRATH
Riege , Nebr.
Tubular wells and windmills.
C. M. SAGESEE
First-class Shop in Every Kespect
Eau de Quinine Hair Tonic , Golden Star Bair
Tonic , Herpicido and Cokn's Dandruff Cure.
Try Pompeian Face Massage Cream
A. N. COMPTON
Physician and Surgeon
Office at Quigley & Chapman's
Drug Store. Eights The Don-
oher residence. Cherry Street.
City Delivery-man ,
Trunks , valises and packages hauled to and
from the depot and all parts of the City.
Dr. G. O. Sturdevant ,
Office over Daventort's Ftore West Entrance
Valentine , Nebraska.
G. H. HALL , M.D.
Physician asui Snrgeosi.
Office and residence over T. U. Hon-
Valentino , - Nebraska.
International LiveNtock Ex
position to be held in Chi
cago , December 16 to 33.
In order to arrange for better
facilities in handling the large at
tendance anticipated for this great
annual event and on account of the
inability of the builders to complete
the magnificent new amphitheatre
on time , it has been been found ,
necessary to postpone the Exposi
tion until the dates above mention
ed. All of the events advertised
will be held on the days of the
week corresponding to the dates ar
ranged for the previous week. All
preparations are being mada to
make the event one long to ne re
membered. The change in the date
will bring it at a season of the year
when it will 110 doubt be more con
venient for a larger number to at
More Local. 1
Chris Dittmer is in town today.
Thomas Kelly , of Crookston ,
was in town yesterday.
Ed Satterlee , the Nenzel mer
chant , was in town yesterday.
Frank Fischer , the hardware
and furniture dealer , has been
suffering from a severe cold the
Don't forget "The Feast of
Pumpkins" at Church's hall Thurs
day evening , Nov. 23. Lunch
served at 5:30. :
Miss Inez Pettycrew returned
from Fremont this morning where
she has been for several weeks
Mrs. Hattie Reece and two chil
dren have gone to Manhattan ,
Kan. , for a visit , expecting to re-
maid until after the holidays.
Money to loan in sums of § 1000
or less on approved real estate.
L. K. BROWNELL ,
Geo. Harden , who has been af
flicted for several weeks past with
rheumatism , was able to be out
riding Sunday with W. A. Petty *
Don't forget that Frank Fischer
carries the best and most complete
line of Heating Stoves and Ranges
on the market. Also at the most
reasonable prices , 44
Hugh Reagor and A. E. Hutchi
son depart this morning for Lin
coln and will go towork in the
Havelock shops. They expect to
return in the spring.
Miss Minnie Hornback went
down to Brownlee last Sunday to
begin teaching in a school west of
Brownlee where Miss Noy Ash-
burn taught last year.
Frank Fischer's line of Heating
Stoves and Ranges is the largest
and best to be found in the city.
This line is open for inspection
and the prices are most reasonable ,
LOST Between the Ft. Nio-
jrara bridge and Valentine , Nov.
Lst , a Luger automatic revolver.
Suitable reward will be paid for
ihe return of the gun to this office.
WmShepard is wearing the
night marshal star during the tem
porary absence of John Simpson.
Will tells us that he loaned his
shot gun to some one and has for
gotten who , but would like to have
Mrs. Dora Fowler Pettycrew
died last night about 8 o'clock at
the home of R. F. Pettycrew on
STorth Table after an illness of
several weeks of typhoid fever.
The funeral was held at 2 o'clock
tkis afternoon ,
Be sure to get your supper at
the lanch counter : Turkey , sand
wiches , Boston baked beans , brown
bread , doughnuts , pumpkin pies ,
coffee , cheese , pickles. Church's
hall , Thursday , Nov. 23 , at 5:30. :
J. M. Ralya found a purse last
week which he left at this office.
It contains three receipts from the
Security Mutual Life Insurance
Co. , of Lincoln to Wm. Wells ,
Luella May and Ora Wells. Own
er may have same by/calling at
Hurry , scurry , speed away ,
Suits the man who takes no pains ;
"Always on the rush" they sav :
Bluff and bluster is not brains.
Take 3'our time to do it well
What your hand shall find to do :
'It may lead you , who can tell ,
To a better place you know.
World is full of shifting men ,
Fortunes in the air they toss *
Never stopping in the len
Long enough to gather moss.
It your task seems quite severe ,
Work the harder till it's done.
Only those who persevere
Can rejoice , the victory's won.
If your work is not well done ,
In the botching class you go :
Though of prefect , there are none ,
Strive at least to make a show.
There is room for plucky hands
Everywhere and every place
And you'll find the world demands
Honest hearts and smiling face.
WAN TE D A school to te ? > ch
the winter term. Inquire at this
The U. S. weather bureau re
port for the week ending Nov. 15 :
Daily mean temperature 47 ° is
12 above the normal , giving con
ditions more like the California
climate than for this latitude. The
precipitation was .00 for the week
adding nothing to the generous
rainfall 27.05 inches for the whole
season. The winds have been
comparatively light , the highest
velocities being 24 miles per hour
on the 13lh and 14th. Taken as a
whole weather conditions have
been unusually perfect during the
Feast of Pumpkins and Chrys
The ladies of St. John's Episco
pal will their "Feast of Pumpkins
and Chrysantheum Sale" on Fri-
Friday evening , Nov. 24. If you
don't come you will miss baked
beans , Boston brown bread , coifee ,
sandwiches , pickles , cheese and
pumpkin pie at the lunch counter ,
fine home mode candy at the candy
booth , a Jack Horner pie for the
little folks , blooming plants , also
cut chrysantemums for sale , and
music all the evening. 4-32
Resolutions of Respect anil
Adopted by Valentine W. C. T. U.
of Valentine , Nebr. , which has
suffered the Joss by death of one
its worthy charter members , Re
Whereas , God in his divine
providence has called from our
Union below a most worthy mem
ber to join his celestial hosts above ,
and whereas , we deeply mourn her
loss and keenly feel her absence ,
yet we bow in humble submission
to the will of our Master , fully
realizing that we have lost a true
and faithful member , the commun
ity a loving neighbor and her
family a kind and loving wife and
mother , therefore be it
RESOLVED ; That we , as a union ,
extend our sincere sympathy to
the bereaved'family in this' the
hour of their great sorrow , com
mending them to the God she loved
and served , and be it further
RESOLVED ; That a copy of these
resolutions be sent to the bereaved
family and to the papers for pub
lication and a copy by spread up
on our records as a tribute to her
MRS. J. C. NoiiTiiRoi1 ,
Mus , MARY Moox ,
MRS. EFFIE AXDERSOX.
Henry Fowler takes the cake as
a raiser of carrots. He can show
some monstrous specimens.
Felix Black has finished thresh
ing ; also VanMeter. A fine yield
of grain at each place has reward
ed their labor.
Charles Salmon is erecting is
erecting a new stock tank and con
templates building a new house
soon we are informed.
Thos. Fowler has once more re
turned to his homestead this time
to remain permanently. He says
"no place like home. "
Mrs. John Granger is a sufferer
from granulated eyelids. She had
not seen her uncles or aunt , Mrs.
Wells , for over seventeen years.
Ben Hobson's son , Frank , has
the chicken pox. Lucy Cohota
has been ill at Jesse Granger's
with the same disease. All ar < ? re
Mrs. C. R. Pettycrew is very
sick with typhoid fever at the
home of R. F. Pettycrew. She is
a daughter of Thomas Fowler.
Since this item was written we
learn that Mrs. Pettycrew died
Wednesday night , Nov. 15. ED.
John and Alex Fowler of Blairs-
| burg , Iowa , accompanied by their
j sister , Mrs. Park Wells of Porne-
I roy , Iowa , arrived Wednesday ,
| Nov. 8 , to visit their father , and
brother Daniel who is very low
with an abscess of the lungs.
They had not seen him for twen
ty years , and the others brothers
about seventeen years have
Niece and Nephew
should be deeply interested in what he has said about soda
crackers , because they are the one food with which all of
them are familiar.
Uncle Sam has given out figures showing that soda
crackers are richer in nutriment and body-building elements ,
properly proportioned , than any food made from flour.
This is saying much for common soda crackers , and
much more for Ufteeda BiSCUit , because they are
soda crackers of the best quality. They are baked better
more scientifically. They are packed better more cleanly.
The damp , dust and odor proof package retains all the good
ness and nutriment of the wheat , all the freshness of the best
baking , all the purity of the cleanest bakeries.
Your Uncle Sam has shown what food he thinks best
for his people. His people have shown that they think
Uneeda BiSCUit the best of that food , nearly
400,000,000 packages having already been consumed.
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
Violet Cream i s every
body's friend during the chap
season. You are sure to
have rough , chapped and
irritated skin some time dur
ing several months to come.
Why not keep a remedy at
hand that is quick and cer
tain to relieve ?
is far superior to vaseline ,
glycerine or cold cream , is
more easily applied and leaves
the hands free from grease
or stickiness. It is daintily
perfumed and goes so far that
the cost is not worth con
Price 25 cents.
QUIGLEY & CHAPMAN ,
passed since seeing each other.
Eello Eagle ! How are you ?
Charles Burdick went to town
Monday with oats.
Well , Bad Boy , no politics ; just
mule and that's all.
Thaddus Jelly had 450 bushels of
potatoes and of extra fine quality.
A Mr. Whistler , from Wayne
county , has moved onto Mr. Swains
place for the winter.
Theodore Tillson and daughter ,
Miss Laura , of Penhrook , were on
the road to Valentine Monday.
Frank Grooms went to town
Monday with oats and brought out
freightfor Mr. Callen , Tuesday.
The ghost social at Pleasant Yal-
ley school , given by Miss Bliss , net
ted $19.00 to buy a teacher's desk.
Very well neighbors , we dont
need any tooth picks ; we'll use
Sparks Quills to pick the feathers
out of our teeth.
One of the best dances of the
season was given by Jelly brothers
Saturday night. 60 nurnbqrs out ,
good supper and a fine time for all.
John Swain has erected a set of
scales at the Berry bridge which
will give satisfaction for all who
wisho weigh or be weighed. He
has existed these for the purpose of
Louis Nollette was in town
Fate Graddy is working for
Martin Becker was in town one
day this week.
A. W. Grooms has been on the
sick list for the past week or two.
Mr. and Mrs. Charbonneau , of
South Dakota , were in town last
Mrs. Felix Nollette , who has"-
been sick for some time is im
Ernest Bowden has had a phone
put In his house , and others are
talking of having them.
Miss Estella Spratt , who has
been sick with pneumonia , is get
ting along nicely.
The dance at Mr. Jelly's was
largely attended and a fine time is
The social at the Beaver Creek
school was postponed but do not
know the date to be given.
John Adamson went to Omaha
Bert Spaul spent Sunday at
R. Grooms' .
Mrs. Lena Sears visited her
daughter and family last week.
Grooms and Crosby have their
ranches connected by telephone.
Rosa Lord and her brother start
ed to school Monday. They board
at Ernest Reed's.
The lyceum at Niobrara Falls
was well attended last Friday eve
ning. W. F.Meltendorff of Valen
tino , Jack Powten and Lon Mosh-
er and family from Schlagel , were
visitors from afar. The question
debated was : ' 'Resolvedthat War
caused more Sorrow than Intem
perance. " Affirmative won. Next
Friday evening's program will
consist of a box social and a short
program by everyone , but no de
We are making a .specialty of
Carbon Platinos. Order the good
goods and you get them. Remem
ber that our Photos are guaranteed
and that re-sittings are given when
necessary. HALLDORSOX. 29
Annually , to fill the new positions created hy
Kaiiroia and Telegraph Coinuanips. We
want YoungAlenanu Ladies of iiood habits to
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Station Agents ri America. Our six schools
an' the largest exclusive Telegraph Schools
In The World. Iv.fablis'ied 20 yca s and en-
( lorded ball leading Kailway Oflicials.
\Ve execute aS'i'O bond to t very student to
fiiriish nun or hera position paying from
s-JO toSCO a month in states cast of the Rocky
Mountains , or from $75 to S100 a month in
states west of the Kocktes , immediately up
Mtidents can enter at any time. fo vaca
tions. Fur full information regarding any
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