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About Valentine Democrat. (Valentine, Neb.) 1900-1930 | View Entire Issue (May 3, 1906)
TH VALEN E DE CRAT.
VOLUME XXI VALENTINE. NEBRASKA , MAT 3 , 1906 NUMBER 16
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49 49 We have in stock a full line of ftfr
49 Garden , Field and Flower Seeds. I *
49 All fresh , new seed. If you want . '
49 seed that will grow make us a call.
49 Wo carry in stock a supply of
49 BROMUS INHERMUS ,
49 a grass that is gaining a great rep
49 49 utation for this country. Also
49 ALFALFA , TIMOTHY , CANE SEED , MILLET ,
49 49 SEED CORN1 , CLOVER and BLUE GRASS.
49 Orders taken for Nursery Stock.
49 We also carry a full line of steel
49 goods , including Hoes , Rakes ,
49 Spades , Shovels , Forks , etc. , etc.
49 i *
49 If you need anything in the above lines , send us your
49 49 mail orders or call and see us. Prices right and
49 quality guaranteed.
49 49 RED FRONT MERC. CO. ftft ftft
SEE OUR NEW LINE OF
Spring Clothing :
/ Ladies Shirt Waists
. and Skirts
! EO. H. HORNBY ,
"Wagons and Buggies
Lumber and Hardware
Pictures Framed to Order ,
Established in Valentine since 1885.
TEN CENT SPECIALS :
Glass Berry Dishes Call Bella
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 ,
State Bank Chartered as a National Bank
Chartered as a
June 1 , 1884. August 12 , 1902 ,
Valentine , Nebraska.
( Successor to )
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CAPITAL PAID nr A General Banking
C. H. COBNELL , President. J. T. MAY , Vice-President.
M , Y , Niozom , Cashier.
Talk of the Town.
Josh Hitt is driving the Rose
bud mail for a few days.
Alex Burr and brother were in
town this week attending court.
Perry Swearinger from near
Sparks was trading in town yes
Ed Satterlee , the Nenzel merch
ant , was in town yesterday on
GE. . Tracewell went down to
Norden Tuesday to cry a sale for
H. W. Logan.
J. S. Soukup of Kilgore has a
large public sale ad on the last
page of this paper. Head it.
David Hanna was up from
Woodlake Monday on business
and favored this office with a visit
while in town.
John Bullis and wife have mov
ed into their new home on Ma-
comb street , recently purchased
of Henry Stetter.
James Irwin has moved from
the Josh Hitt place , four miles
east of the post , to the Stolze
place east of town.
Byron Shaw has resigned his
position with the Home Bakery
and has accepted a position in T.
C. Hornby's store.
"W. T. Bullis has recently given
his dwelling in the north part of
town a coat of paint , which great
ly adds to its appearance.
Pete DeCory and daughter ,
Miss Rose , and daughter-in-law ,
Mrs. Oliver DeCory , were trading
in town the first of the week.
Mrs.- James Irwin departed this
morning for the M. E. hospital in
Omaha where she will be operated
upon and have removed a cancer
on the breast.
Miss Cora Thackrey , teacher in
the Gardner school south of town
on the river , will enjoy an outdoor
picnic with her pupils and their
parents next Saturday.
William Caton passed through
Valentine last week enroute for
his home at Stearns , S. D. He
had been up to Sioux | FalIs as a
witness before the federal court.
E. D. Spencer and August Epke
were down from Crookston Mon
day and were business callers at
our office. They have an adver
tisement elsewhere in this paper
telling you of their business of
J. E. Thackrey and family ar
rived in Valentine Tuesday after
noon , driving from Hot Springs ,
S. D. They have rented the
Grandpa Holsclaw house west of
town where they will probably
live during the summer.
The adjourned term oft district
court is being held this week in
Valentine with Judge Westover
on the bench and J. D. Scott as
reporter * Several cases which
were passed at the regular term
were disposed of this week.
"William Gulick and son Max
were up from Woodlake Tuesday *
the former as a witness for George
Redfern who was proving up , and
the latter making final proof on
his homestead. Jacob Groves ,
Willam Waggoner and Joe Koun-
ouvsky were also up as witnesses.
If. H. Baumgartel and Max.
Viertel were down from Crooks-
ton Monday , the former making
arrangements for his sale which
will be held at his place in Crooks-
ton , May S. Read his large .sale
ad which is to be found on the last
page of this paper. Mr. Baum
gartel and family intend going to
the eastern coast this summer in
hopes of benefitting the former's
health which has not been
good for some time , '
Straw Hats < *
The hot summer days are near at hand , and if you
want to be COOL and COMFORTABLE you
will have to get UNDER one of these SHADY
PAN AM AS or STYLISH STRAWS : : : : : :
Panama Shapes 35c to 75c
Genuine Panamas $5,00
Boys Hats 5c to 75c
Sailor shapes $1,75
Telescope Shapes * $2,50
Fedora Shapes 50c to $1,25
WATCH OUR WINDOW DISPLAY
Mrs. Mamie Keeley-Watkins
died Sunday morning at the hos
pital at Ft."Niobrara after several
weeks , illness of rheumatism and
abscesses. Her suffering was in
tense and she was relieved by
death of becoming an invalid for
life , since the doctors gave no hope
of complete recovery. The fun
eral was held in the Catholic
church , Monday , at 10 o'clock.
Mrs. Watkins' classmates of the
Valentine school attended the fun
eral in a body and the caremony
was m > pressive.
The deceased was born at O'Neill ,
Nebr. , May 7 , 1886 , and is the
oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
J. Keeley. The family moved to
Valentine in ' 88 , and , with the ex
ception of a few years , spent her
short life in our city. She was
married to Thomas H. Watkins
March 1 , 1905 and gave birth to a
child February 11 , 1906 , which ,
with her husband , brothers , sis
ters , father and mother , survive
her and mourn her untimely and
THE DEMOCRAT extends sym
pathy to the bereaved family.
The infant child of Ben Ganow
and wife died at the home of Carl
Wilber in this city Tuesday morn
ing. The child was born Feb. 22 ,
1906 and had been sick for some
time , but the past two weeks the
illness became serious. The fun
eral was conducted Tuesday by
Rev. Morgan of the Presbyterian
HJ. S. W > ttl er Bjireau Jlepori
for week Ending 31ay 2 .
The daily mean temperature is
registered at 49 ° , which is less
than 1 ° above the normal. The
highest temperature was 70 ° on
the 2nd , and the lowest 35 ° on
The precipitation , 1.42 inches ,
brings up the total for the year to
date to 6.18 inches.
The winds have been compara
tively gentle , the highest velocity
being 30 miles from the northwest
on- the 1st of May.
Pat Peiper and wife are in town
C. M. Kirne of Rolf , Nebr. , is
in town attending court.
The Valentine ball boys played
the Gordon high school team last
Saturday at Gordon , resulting-in
a score of 11 to 2 in favor of Gord
on. The home team showed lack
of practice and team work , while
the Gordon boys were well trained
in each. No team could have re
ceived better or more courteous
treatment than that given by the
Gordon boys. A return game will
be played here in the near future.
Spring Come and inspect our *
Summer Stock. We will try
and please you.
Arrivin Nortfi Table Telephone
( Call Two Long Rings. )
MAX E. VIBBTBL NEBRASKA
* Kales in I&j&ry'thing.
< L 5l Jt&fUt9JSAS3 J
Have advanced 20 to 25 per cent.
WE HAVE 400 PAIRS AT THE OLD PRICE.
W. A. PETTYCREW , GENERAL MDSE.
ry rryir s 5iriry iYirYST
FRED WHITTEMORE , Pres. CHARLES SPARKS , Cashier.
J. W. STETTER , Vice Pres. OR AH L. BRITTON , Ass't. Cashier.
Tobaccos and Cigars.
Canned Goods 2ZX Lunch Counter.
Phone 7 Home Bakery.
Having engaged in the Meat and Butcher business , we
shall endeavor to keep the best meats obtainable in a
clean and up to date shop. We solicit a share of your
patronage and invite you to visit our shop. : : : : - ' : : : :
and International Stock
East side of Main St.
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