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About Valentine Democrat. (Valentine, Neb.) 1900-1930 | View Entire Issue (April 5, 1906)
VOLUME XXI VALENTINE. NEBRASKA , APRIL 5 , 1906"v NUMBER 12
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49 Now these are only a few of the good things we
49 have for you. All we ask is a chance to figure
with you. "Why cend money away for cheap ,
49 shoddy goods when you can buy better goods
49 at home for less money ? Make us a call. Let
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SEE OUR NEW LINE OF
Ladies Shirt Waists
1 and Skirts
"Wagons and Buggies
Lumber and Hardware
Pictures Framed to Order ,
Established in Valentine since 1885.
EN CENT SPECIALS :
Glass Berry Dishes Call Bells
Scales Work Baskets
Eat Traps Dust Pans
Steak Pounders . .
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 IN A General Banking
- Collection ISasines ? .
0. H. COBNELL , President. J. T. MAY , Vice-President.
M. Y ! NICHOLSON , Cashier.
Talk of the Town.
Rices writes insurance.
Hon. Frank Rothleutner of Kil-
gore was a city visitor last Satur
John , Henry and Peter Porath
of Riege were in town yesterday
A number of hogs were brought
up from Sparks last Monday and
sold to local dealers.
Sam Hunson drove in from his
ranch near Simeon Monday , re
turning home Tuesday.
Mrs. William Ward drove down
from Britt Monday and spent sev
eral days in town visiting friends.
Cloyd Quigley and Oliver Wal-
cott came up from Bellevue last
Friday night to spend a week or
two at home. They are having a
Mrs. Piercy , Misses Agnes and
May Piercy and Messrs. Dave and
Wm. Piercy returned from Oma
ha last Friday night and went out
to the ranch Sunday. -
Company A , 25th Infantry , left
Sunday night for Fort Washakie ,
Wyo. They are to be stationed
as guards during the comihg open
ing of the Shoshone reservation.
0. D. Carey drove down from
the Rosebud boarding school last
Monday to vistit a day or two with
his family. He returned yester
day , taking with him a mess cook
for the school.
Yank O'Brien was in town Mon
day after supplies. He expects
to start next Monday for Kansas
City , and will also visit St. Louis
in hopes of securing .relief * for a
chronic case of catarrh.
The city election passed oil
quietly last Tuesday. W. S. Bark
er and Dr. A. N. Compton were
elected , receiving 143 and 140
votes respectively. Dr. H. Dailey
and H. S. Savage each received 69
C. S. Reece drove to town Tues
day and hauled out a load of freight
yesterday. Mr. Reece brought
his wife and children to town to
take the train for ManhattanKan.
where they go to attend the funer
al of Mrs. Reece's mother.
John Porath , the well driller ,
tells us that he has connected his
place with the North Table Tele
phone line and can talk down town
or anywhere that there is a phone.
Call him up by phone when you
need a well or well repairs.
Hon. C. H. Cornell returned
home last Saturday night from
Washington , D. C. , whither he
had gone at the request of the
stockmen of Cherry county in be
half of a lease bill of the public
range. Though failing to effect
a lease favorable for passage on
account of the sentiment opposed
to a lease bill of any kind coming
in from all over the country , Mr.
Cornell tried to do something for
Fort Niobrara or to learn if any
thing could be done for the post ,
looking to its rebuilding on a larger
scale. There "was some opposition
to rebuilding the post on account
of numerous other demands for
appropriations and their was not
enough to go around and give
each post a boost. However , Mr.
Cornell was promised that Fort
Niobrara would not be totally
abandoned , but that it will be
made a maneuvering post for a
time until a period when it might
be rebuilt for an artillery post.
Mr. Cornell admits that the out
look is not most encouraging , but
we feel confident that he has made
a good showing for Fort Niobrara
and that congress and the war de-
parment has heard more about Ft.
Niobrara in the last month than in
any year of its existence.
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_ Buy early while the lines are new , fresh and up
to date , and when you have your choice of the
many beautiful patterns we have to offer 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.
James H. Quigley and R. M.
Faddis spent the past ten days on
the reservation , looking after their
extensive cattle interests.
B ) Margarete Quigley.
y I Clara Dunham.
The 6th grade have completed
Geography and are now reviewing.
The Sth grade have taken up
the study of percentage in Arith
Frank Wilson is in school again
after being gone to Chadron sev
Cloyd Quigley and Oliver Wal-
cott of classes of 'Oi and ' 05 re
spectively , are home spending
their spring vacation. We feel
interested in Bellevue as three of
our graduates are there.
We would be most pleased to
accommodate Eagle and in a pinch
might crack a few jokes about a
blind mule and a mother-in-law ,
but as for the humor in some of his
paragraphs we think it ought to be
Cherry County School j
1. Do the feelings control ac
2. Define the will.
3. What relation exists between
appetite and will ?
4. Explain why the actions of
brutes have no moral quality.
o. Distinguish between choice
6. What is accomplished by
7. What is proven by a sense
of guilt ?
8. How is moral freedom lost ?
9. What is character ?
10. What is meant by saying ,
"The normal man is two-thirds
will ? "
11. What is the value of in
struction in duty ?
12. Do the emotions of pity ,
compassion and sympathy develop
13. May discipline weaken will
li. Distinguish between arti
ficial and natural school incentives.
15. Name the "Royal Serew5'
16. What danger lies in each ?
17. Yvrhat is the religious cor
relation of each ? .
IS. What is the purpose of
temporary incentives ?
19. How is reverence develop
20. To what extent can relig
ious motives and influences be
used in the public schools , accord
ing to White's Pedagogy.
LULU KoRTZj Co. Supt.
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
All WINTER GOODS will be sold now at Reduced Pi-ices
Call us up over The North Table Telephone * Line. (2 ( long rings )
] &cater in Everything.
Have advanced 20 to 25 per cent.
W HAVE 400 PAIRS AT THE PR1GE.
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FRED "WIHTTEMOUE , Pres. CHARLES SPARKS , Cashier.
J. TV. STETTEII , Vice Pres. OiiAii L. BRITTOX , Ass't Cash.
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Persons seeking a placs of safety for their money , will profit by
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