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About Valentine Democrat. (Valentine, Neb.) 1900-1930 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 7, 1907)
g Fur Coats
We have a fur coat kkfur"
you. Call and get it. The
price is right $ LS
T. C. Hornb.
look out for the cold
.that is back of the
sneeze , and take
Week's Break Up
A Cold Tablets.
Cures colds in a night
if taken the first day.
Believes , colds promptly
any time. Keep it on
hand for ready use and
you need have no bad
colds. We guarantee
Week's Break Up
A Cold Tablets.
and cheerfully refund
the money if the rem
edy ever fails. : : : : : :
PRICE 25 CENTS.
VALENTINE. NED R
we are talking
The most complete
stock in Korth-
BISHOP S > YOUNG , |
Get .your property insured by i
] \I. Rice and you will be safe. Ili
companies pay losses promptly.
House and lot for sale on Cath
erine street. Price § 650 , or house
will be sold separate. il 6
MRS. HATTIE BENNETT.
Estrayed One bav in ire and
one sorrel mare , both show fire
marks. J. M. RALYA ,
Burge , Xebr.
Chas. Bennett and son were in
Mrs. Galloway has recovered
from her recent illness.
For Sale Good Milch cow ,
coming fresh about Jan. 1st. In
quire at Donohcr hotel. 43
G. E. Tracewell had a car of
apples on the track last week
I which .he sold at 81 to $2 per
Judge Mogle of Cody has been
in town a few days this week de
livering some fruit trees to the
Mrs. Tracewell fell down cellar
and sprained her ankle a couple of
weeks ago and has been confined
to her bed since.
Frank T. Lee and Henry Aug-
uston of Brownlee were in town
this week , the former bringing in-
t'ie ' clod ion returns.
Prank Ri-avis of Curlew was in
Valentine on business this week.
Elis son-in-law , Fred Richardson ,
came in with him from Dan Sears'
place whiM-e ho is staying. j
! . . Vp M'ljil. . hroiiifht a man
dow to Valen'iiHlast week and
pi (1 dim in j il f < > r > alV keeping.
lleii.ii ! IMMTI u'oiking with the
stocl gingit ; lluxby siding when
hi1 became flora ng'-d
Horn To A. E Spill and wife
of Simeon on Oct. 30rh 1 a son.
Mr. Spill has purchased S. Q. i
Spain's store at Simoon and took j
po < < ci ( n Nov. 1st , . Mr. Spain
and \\ifo will move to Valentine
soon John Spall starts for Colorado
Gee Freeman of Enlow , Wm.
Butler of Irwin , W. D. Ricketts
of Eli , W. K White of Morriman ,
J. A. Yaryan of Buffalo Lake ,
Zan Gilla pie of Gillaspie , Wm.
Ballard of Dewey Lake , John M.
U hling of Goose Creek , John
Euon of Woodlake , Mat Boltz
of Xenzi-1 , Frank Rothleutner of
Georgia and John Saull of Pleas
ant Mill rach brought in the elec
tion returns from their respective
The Tom Thumb wedding given
in (1hurch's ( hall last Friday eve
ning was well attended and the
proceeds amounted to about § 25.
The ceremony was a quiet affair as
not a word was spoken and was
only acted out in pantomine by
little folks dressed in wedding
style. Glenwin Sherman and
May Morey acted groom and
bride , with Ardis Sherman as ring
bearer and Lawrence Rice as min
ister. Chester Holsclaw was
groomsman and Cloe Morey brides
maid. Miss Irene Northrop play
ed the wedding march.
A special tele phone meeting
will be held at the residence of
Frank Kludifosky Xov. 15 , 1907 ,
at 7 p. m. , for the purpose of
organizing to build a high line
from Georgia through the south
vicinity. All who feel interested
The Omaha Daily News is Con
stantly making extremely liberal
propositions for new subscribers
and its latest oiler to send the pa
per daily , except Sunday , from
now until January 1 , 1909 , to all
new subscribers for 81.50 is the
best ever. This will carry you all
through the next presidential cam
paign and will give yea a live up
to date daily newspaper for 10
cents a month. Send in your sub
scription direct to The Omaha
Daily News , Orraha , Neb , , or the
publisher of this paper.
I have part of a car of apples at depot for sale cheap.
If you need any come and see them. Be here remainder
bf tte "wwh JOHN MOORE.
Frank Grooms is homo again.
District court convenes Mon
day with a big docket.
Geo. D. Huggins was in town
| a couple of days last week.
A state fish hatchery building
has been erected down on the
Mrs. D. A. Melton returned
last week from a month's visit at
the old Missouri home.
Martin Christensen came down
from Crawford to vote and went
hunting with Rasmus Anderson
who Owas down from Rosebud.
Geo. Cyphers was also down from
the boarding school to vote.
CLYE A. ROSSETER.
P. H. YOUNG ,
Elected Co. Assessor.
A fire started by , '
, a jick-o'-lan-
tern in Al Thacker's hay in the
barn north of theDambly house on
Catherine street , came near firing
the town last Friday as the wind
was blowing strong , but the city
fire department was soon upon the
scene and the fire was subdued be
fore it spread from the barn. Al
lost three sets of harness and a
half ton of hay and came near be
ing burned seriously in fighting
the flamas. Al's little boy drop
ped a jack-o'-lantern in the hay.
Avsoilier $ > ! < ! ES-sitlonfc &
Mrs. Mary Jane Dnoher died
at the Donoher residence on Cher
ry street in this city last Frid-iy
afternoon. She had been in poor
health for some time and went out
to Salt Lake City where her son
AVill conducts a hospital and hoped
to recover but her health seemed
to have come to a general break
down , and about thre weeks ago
returned to Valentine , since which
time she grew steadily weaker un
til the end.
The funeral was deferred until
the arrival of Dr. Will Donoher
Monday night and was held Tues
day at 10 a. m. , by Father Blaere
at the Catholic church , and the re
mains laid to rest in Mt. Hope
cemetery beside her husband ,
Peter J. Donoher , whom she sur
vived fifteen years.
James Collins , an older brother
of Mrs. Donoher , came down from
Crawford and was present at the
last and remained for the funeral.
Mrs. Donoher has made her
home with her two daughters ,
Misses Catherine and AVren , since
the death of her husband. . .
In behalf of friends of the family
THE DEMOCRAT extends sympathy
to the bereaved and sorrowing
, * *
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brother and daughters and sou.
House and small barn , with tuo
lot- , close in , near school building ,
tor sale ut , a bargain , lieu e i
M-W , Ii\vn and shade tre-s , g > oi
Mile walk , all fenced. Part csisli.
fulance easy pi.rnei.ts. . Call o
1. M. Rice , agent.
This is just the place for some
ranch owner or farmer to select
for his wife and children to live
during the winter and send chil
dreri to school. Don't delay as
this property will find an ounei
soon. It may be yours. C me
and see about this first time you
are in town. IS
Time To Stop 16.
E-jich * * ' therfright '
ytfardn' , com
monly called Halloween , a lot of
boys get out and tear up all the
good ( ? ) character and habits that
they have builded during the year
by depredations and mischief tl at
has been permitted by our citizens
without seeming protest or punish
ment heretofore. Such behavior
upon the part of the boys will lead
to a terrible awakening some day
in our peaceful city when it is too
late for somebody to correct his
ways or the training of one's
These depredations have grown
to be of such a serious character
without restraint or reproval that
boys are beginning to believe that
their parents back them up in it ,
or that the general public does.
Some people made an effort to
catch these dare-devils last Thurs.
uiiiht and lay in wait for them
with loaded shot guns which would '
have made a serious awakening j
for some parents as well as the
We are not blaming the boys as
much as we do the parents of these
boys , and who encourage it and
will think anyone who woull com
plain of these depredations is not
giving the boys enough freedom
and that they ought to submit , just
so their boys may train for des-
peradeos. They invariably cite
that they did it when they were
boys and nobody made any kick
about it but old cranks.
We have in mind a young man
who was shot down in an eastern
neighborhood who hud not been in
the habit of going out with such
boys , but , with his over confidence
that no harm would be done him ,
clambered upon a porch while
others besieged the windows in a
charivari in an attempt to arouse
the bride and groom , who finally
used a double barrelled shot gun
when he became aroused and killed
his neighbors's boy , who was and
had been a good friend for years ,
but the boys wanted a little wild
sport and they got it. They'don't
have charivaris in that neighbor
hood now. Will depredations in
our- city .hare-tobe stopped in a
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