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About Valentine Democrat. (Valentine, Neb.) 1900-1930 | View Entire Issue (March 29, 1906)
VOLUME XXI VALENTINE. NEBRASKA , MARCH 29 , 1906. NUMBER 11
\Ve wish to call your attention to
our large and complete line of
Floor Oil Cloth
Also to a few of our prices on sanies
49 Sanitary Steel Couches , best $ 6J
49 49 Common Chairs , per set - 3.75 s !
49 49 Upholstered Lounges - , 8.00 s *
49 49 Iron Beds - 3.50
49 49 Cotton Top Mattresses , g oed tick , 3.25
49 49 Felted Cotton , sual0 euPSualed - 10.00 tote
Chinese Matting , per yard - .30
49 49 49 Carpets , per yard - .30 to .75 tote
Now these are only a few of the good things we
have for you. All we ask is a chance to figure
with you. Why cend money away for cheap ,
shoddy goods when you can buy better goods
43 at home for less money ? Make us a call. Let
4 ? us see what we can do for you.
SEE OUR NEW LINE OF *
Ladles Shirt Waists
. P *
Wagons and Buggies
Lumber and Hardware
Pictures Framed to Order ,
Established in Valentine since 1SS5 ,
TEN CENT SPECIALS :
Glass Berry Dishes Call Bells
Scales Work Baskets
Eat Traps Dust Pans
Knife , Fork Base Balls
Cuspidors Tin Pails
Dover Egg Beaters Hammers
, Tinware , Oils , Etc , Lamps , Crockery. Lime , Coal Paper
FURNITURE and COFFINS ,
Chartered as a State Bank Chartered as a National Bank
June 1 , 1884. August 12 , 1902 ,
Valentine , Nebraska.
( Successor to )
CAPITAL PAID nr A General Banking
AflO Exchange and
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C. H. CORNELL , President. J. T. MAY , Vice-President.
M. Y , NICHOLSON , Cashier.
Talk of the Town.
Eices writes insurance.
H. B. Clapp of Simeon was in
J. M. Italy a drove in Tuesday
from Barge after a load of grain.
"Wm. Biege and Henry Detgen
of Riege were Valentine visitors
Ed Searby and William Brown
were visitors in town from Crooks-
ton last Saturday.
The school entertainment given
Friday night in the opera house
was well attended.
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Blakely
were in town from Simeon last
Friday and Saturday.
Henry Sanner of Britt called
to take a look at our improve
ments in our office Tuesday while
in town on business.
Mrs. Stanley Eay and child of
Montrose , Colo. , are in the city
visiting with Mr. Ray's sisters ,
Mrs. Chas. Sparks and Mrs. T. C.
J. A. Sparks purchased J. C.
Pettijohn's residence property last
week. Mr. Pettijoim gives posses
sion after school closes when he
expects to leave Valentine.
County Surveyor McDaniel was
up from "Woodlake last "Tuesday
and called at this office to have his
business card inserted in the ad
vertising columns of this paper.
The Sterling Stock company
played at Church's opera house
last Thursday night to a crowded
house and gave a splendid per
formance of a "Runaway Tramp. "
Col. Holt , who lectured here
early the past winter , is expected
here Saturday and will hold meet
ings Saturday , Sunday and Mon
day evenings. Come out and hear
John Veach and wife departed
for Pomeroy , Wash. , a couple of
weeks ago. His son , Harry , went
in February. This item is a little
late but we didn't know of it be
F. M. Seger came in from Long-
mont , Colo. , last Thursday and is
visiting friends in town. lie is
looking just the same as when he
left here and says he likes his new
During the past week we have
been very busy repairing THE
DEMOCRAT office. We now have
a new floor and steel coiling which
makes the building look better.
Come in and see us.
Chas. Peddicord , who had the
cancer removed from his lip a
couple of weeks ago , was in town
Tuesday and his lip has healed
nicely. Al Thacker and A. D.
Spall were in town with him.
Hans and Veach have secured
a contract for painting at Ft. Me-
Kenzie , Wyo. , which will keep
them busy the greater part of the
summer. They depart for their
new field of labor the last of this
The U. S. land office is again
open for business with Mr. Olson
of Bassett as receiver and Luke
Bates as register. Special agent ,
Mr. Pugh , will remain here some
time , indefinite. L. K. Brownell
also remains as clerk.
Levi L. Anderson took a half
ounce of laudanum Tuesday just
after dinner during a spell of des
pondency and came near dying.
The doctors pumped several gallons
lens of water through his stomach
and finally revived him. Recently
Mr. Anderson lost his job on the
railroad and has no work in view.
He has been at work as section
foreman and in the yards here for
nearly a dozen years.
Buy early while the lines are new , fresh and up
to da'te , and when you have your choice of the
many beautiful patterns we have to oli'er you.
We trust you will take a look over our assortment
whether you care to buy or not. This is the time
of year -you can pick up the bargains in winter
goods and get an idea as to what you want for
summer wear. They are all on display. Don't wait
Davenport & Co.
Rev. Morgan and wife went
down to Omaha last week , where
Mrs. Morgan will remain a few
weeks in hopes of benefiting her
health. Mr. Easley filled the
Presbyterian pulpit last Sunday
in the absence of Rev. Morgan.
The sale of Isham Bros , here
last Saturday was a success. People
ple who saw the fine horses sold
say they are the finest ever brought
to the county. Martin Becker ,
Geo. Camm , Wm. Heelan , Frank
Higgin and S. J. Blakely each
bought a horse at this sale.
Notice the advertisement this
weekof Bishop Young of < Cocly *
who are doing an extensive lum
ber businesss and call attention of
those needing articles in their line.
They are very nice people to do
business with and are always glad
to make a new customer.
Mrs. Anna Ennis , wife of Wm.
Emiis of Chadron , died Tuesday
noon of typhoid fever after a three
week's illness which began with
erysipelas. Mrs. Ennis was the
second daughter of Mrs. Sarah
Wilson and had been married six
years. Four brothers , two sisters
and the mother , beside the hus
band and a son , two years old , are
left to mourn the departed one.
Mrs. Wilson has been with her
since about March 1st , having gone
up to visit for awhile , when her
daughter became ill and she re
mained to care for her. The re
mains were brought down from
Chadron and the funeral is to be
held here today.
D. A. Piercy died at Macon ,
Gra. , last Sunday of heart trouble.
He will be brought to Omaha for
interment and the members of his
family are all expected to be there.
William , Dave and Miss Agnes
went down from here Tuesday.
Another son , Leonard , was in
Omaha , and three daughters , Miss
May of Portland , Ore. , Mrs.
Frank Lanning of Terminal , Cal. ,
and Mrs. Dr. Archer of Grafton ,
Neb. , are also expected to be pres
ent at the funeral. Mr. Piercy
was born in New York state Dec.
25 , 1S37 and was 68 years and 3
months old at his death. He en
listed in the civil war in 1861 and
served through that war and
later was a soldier in the Indian
wars of the west. He came to
Cherry county about 20 years ago
from Omaha and settled at Kennedy - i
nedy where he has since made his
home. Last fall his failing health
caused him to seek the southern
climate for the winter and he went
to Southern Florida where he and
Mrs. Piercy spent the winter.
Recently they came north to Mac
on , Ga. , where his death occurred
yery suddenly last Sunday.
our last year's inventory and thank our many customers
for their patronage , and assure them that we shall try
our best to merit a continuance of the same in 1906
Ail WINTER GOODS will be sold now at Reduced Prices
Call us up over The North Table Telephone Line. (2 ( long rings )
iAX B. YIEBTEL CROOKST02S NEBRASKA
Denier in Every tiling.
Have advanced 20 to 25 per cent.
WE HAVE 400 PAIRS AT THE OLD PRICE.
* W. A. PETTYCREW , GENERAL MDSL
SST $ ' ST 5'S'3r3r3T ir S yr
FRED WIIITTE.MOUK , Pres. CHARLES SPARKS , Cashier.
J. W. STETTERrice Pres. ORAII L. BRITTOX , Ass't Cash.
Persons seeking a place of safety for their money , will profitbv
investigating the methods employed in our business.
Tobaccos and Cigars.
Canned Goods 2C3 Lunch Counter.
BUCKSTAFF BB HARNESS
SS THE BEST MADE
use the old-fash
ioned genuine Oak Tan
California leather. Very
best obtainable. Gives
long , faithful service.
Thread , Irish linen.
Workmen , master me
chanics. Made in all
styles. Ask your
dealer he has theuj.
5tznd up for Nebraska.
ENDS OF TRACES STAMPED
BucKstaff Bros. Mfg. Co. - Lincoln , Hob.
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