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About Valentine Democrat. (Valentine, Neb.) 1900-1930 | View Entire Issue (May 17, 1906)
FULTJME XXI VALSNTINE. NEBRASKA , MAT 17 , 1906 NUMBER IS
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49 BROMUS INHERMUS , ftft
49 a grass that is gaining a great reputation ftft
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49 ALFALFA , TIMOTHY , CANE SEED , MILLET ,
49 SEED CORN , CLOVER and BLUE GRASS.
49 Orders taken for Nursery Stock.
49 "We also carry a full line of steel
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49 Spades , Shovels , Forks , etc. , etc. ftft
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49 mail orders or call and see us. Prices right and
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49 49 RED FRONT MERC. CO. |
SEE OUR NEW LINE
Ladies Shirt Waists
Wagons and Buggies
Lumber arid Hardware
Pictures Framed to Order ,
Established In Valentine since 1S83.
TEN CENT SPECIALS :
Glass Berry Dishes Call Bells
Scales Work Baskets
Eat Traps Dust Pans
Knife , Fork Base Balk
Cuspidors Tin Pails
Dover Egg Beaters Hammers
Tinware , Oils , Etc , Lamps , Crockery , Lime , Coal Papei
FURNITURE and COFFINS ,
Chartered as a National Bank
Chartered as a State Bank
June 1 , 1884. August 12. 1902 ,
Valentine , Nebraska.
( Successor to )
PAID IN ' A General Bankinj
C. H. CORNELL , President. J. T. MAY , Vice-President.
M. V , NioaoLsoN , Cashiec. * ;
Talk of the Town.
John Haeber of Oasis was in
town last Thursday. '
C. L. Latta of Oasis was up
from Oasis last week.
The Chicago House will receive
letters to mail on the train.
J. C. . Northrop and family re
turned last week from their visit ,
glad to ge < - . back home.
W. S. Barker went down to
Tekamah last Saturday on account
of the serious illness of his mother.
Dr. Charles Taylor , an optician
of Yankton , S. D. , stopped in our
city one day last week while pass
Sheriff Simons took two prison
ers down to the penitentiary last
week and his wife accompanied
turn for a visit.
G. Carlson has taken a home
stead of 640 acres near town and
expects to build a house on it soon
and move out.
Miss Ada Stinard closed a suc
cessful term of school in the west
ern part of the county last week
and returned home.
Geo. H. Sawyer was in town
ast Thursday and hauled out a
Dig load of provisions and sup
plies for the summer.
Sheriff Simons , Ed Clarke , T.
A. Yearnshaw and Geo. Hershey
went out to the lakes Sunday and
enjoyed a couple of day's fine fishing
Sam Hudson came in from Sim
eon the latter part of last week ,
accompanied by Mrs. H. Daniels ,
and visited in the city until Sun
Herbert Green of Merriman was
in our city last Friday transacting
business in probate court. He
found time while here to visit with
Miss Cora Thackrey .closed , a
successful term'of school in the
Borman-Ferstel district and has
gone out to C. S. Reece's to
spend the summer.
The Sterling Stock company
gave an excellent play at the opera
house last Saturday night. They
expect to return in about three
weeks and play "Faust. "
Charles T. Maxwell and C. A.
Austin returned from W. H.
Hooper's last Saturday where
they had built an addition to Mr.
Hooper's house , 16x20 ft.
At a meeting Tuesday night of
the B. & L. stockholders the old
board of managers was re-elected ,
excepting that > . E. Sherman was
elected instead of G. A. Chapman.
J. T. Keeley , F. A. Cumbow ,
Thomas Watkins and Fred Jones
were shocked by lightning while
down to the Mmnechaduza lake
fishing last Sunday. A close call.
Sam Bordeaux , the printer on
the New Era at the Boarding
school , drove down'last Saturday
with ( ieo. Cyphers , who went to
Oihulia as a witness in one'of the
land fraud cases.
Fred Holsclaw has just returned
from the Rake ranch where he has
been plastering a house , and is ex
pecting to go out to Haber and
Grange's to do some work this
week. Fred does all kinds of
mason work and plastering.
L. 0. Pearson , a congregational
missionary , preached at Thacher
last Sunday evening and organized
a Sunday school. Mr. Diehl was
elected superintendent and the first
meeting will be held Sunday at
10:30 a. m. , at the Thacher school
A. M. Morrissey , Wm. Stead-
man , D. M. Sears , Ed Richards ,
Homer Tait and Lee Shepard re
turned yesterday morning from
Omaha where they had been for
more than a week as witnesses in a
case in federal court , in which
Mason , a cattle buyer , and Faddis
and Steadman were the parties in
terested. The boys tell a good
joke on a part of the number who
went out for a ride in an automo
bile. Everything went well for a
time and John Bachelor's team
wasn't in it with.-the auto and he
was going to sell it and buy a ma
chine that wouldn't get tired when
he got back home , but the auto
mobile balked just about that time
and the boys had to hoof it back
to the street car to get back up
town. John wouldn't give his
team now for a car load of uutos.
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Take a few minutes from your daily work and spend
it refreshing your mind with new ideas for summer ,
the soft cool effects of the light fabrics , the daintily
trimmed lingerie waists and the summery styles of the
new short sleeves. : : : : : : : : : : : :
Lawns9 tSilks , Pretty Ginghams , iSoisette , Linens
Moussaline De Sole , Taffetta Checks , Cotton Mohairs
4 ? The lingerie and short sleeve waists are seasonable
and present a stylish effect. Note the prices :
$1.50 , 12.50 , $3.00 , $3.50
Children's Cotton Vests 4c.
Hemstitched Handkerchiefs Ic.
VALENTINE WILL CELEBRATE
Valeniine people have decided
to .celebrate the Fourth of July ,
and a meeting has been dalled to
meet in the County Judge's office
next Monday night at S o'clock to
make arrangements. Watch for
) Marjjarete Quigley.
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I Clara Dunham.
Miss Lulu Kortz visited the dif
ferent rooms Friday.
The students in the high school
are planning for their annual pic
nic , May 19.
Prof. Watson speaks to the
graduating class at Cody , Friday
evening , May IS.
Mesdames Unas Boyer and Dell
Sherman visited the high school
Miss Florence Nelson has re
signed her position as assistant
principal in our school , and Miss
Meta Schaper of Fullerton has
been elected in her place. We re
gret very much that Miss Kelson
will not be withus next year , but
we wish her success wherever she
may b . Miss Schaper cornes
liiahl.v VHcnmmemled , as the people
ple of Fuller-ton say she is the
best principal they ever had.
Letters will be received at * the
Home Bakery to be mailed on the
C. M. Sageser and wife have
gone to Minneapolis , Minn. , to
spend the summer in hopes of
benefitting Mrs. Sageser's health.
George Kraft is running the Mr.
Sageser's shop during his absence ,
and is assisted by J. T. Butler ,
"formerly of Newport , and later of
Neligh and Sioux City.
James Goodfellow , a prosperous
and prominent stockman of Ash
land Nebr. , and ajso the owner of
a fine ranch south'of Merriman ,
was in town last week on busi
ness and bought a 40-acre tract of
'land adjoining his ranch , which
because of competition , cost him
considerably more than the usual
price or value of government land.
At the recent term of court ,
Edith Poyser was granted a di
vorce from C. W. Poyser and had
restored to her , her maiden name ,
( Dunham ) . William Hector was
granted a decree to quiet title. In
the matter of Jacob & . Yaryan vs
Laura Yaryan , the latter was
granted divorce on cross petition
and- allowed 82,000 alimony , $200
attorney fees and § 25 per month
for , and the care and custody of
the two children ,
Come and inspect our
Stock. We will try
and please you.
North Table Telephone
( Call Two Long Rings. )
. VISRTEL CtlOOKSl'UJS RASKA
Dealer in JEnertttiling.
Have advanced 20 to 25 per cent.
WE HAVE 400 PAHS ! AT THE OLD PRICE.
W. A. PETTYCREW , GENERAL MDSE.
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FRED WHITTEMOEIE , Pres CHARLES SPARKS , Cashier.
.1. W. STETTER , Vice Pres. ORAH L. BRITTON , Ass't. Cashier.
t3J * * > tate Bank
a5 o T Valentine , Nebraska
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0O . Capital Surplus .
$25,000. $2,000 , , CD O
Persons seekinir a place of safety for their moneys will profit by
invesLi atinrj the methods employed in our business. : : : : : : : : : :
Tobaccos and Cigars.
Canned Goods ? ? Lunch Counter.
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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 Kilter national Stoclt J ootl.
VALENTINE NEBRASKA. AVERS BROS
East side of Main St.
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