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About Valentine Democrat. (Valentine, Neb.) 1900-1930 | View Entire Issue (June 25, 1908)
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Have you heard him speak ?
You can if you will come to
our store. He is speaking
here every day on the
To-day he speaks on
An Idea ! Republic , The Tariff
Question , The Railroad Ques
tion , Swollen Fortunes , and
SK Other Favorite Subjects
William Jennings Bryan
himself recently made Edi
son Kecords of his best
speeches. When you hear
these on an Edison Phonograph
graph , you hear the real
You get the full efl'ect of his
sonorous voice and his won
derful tricks of voice and
manner. It is all so natural
and life-Ike you are apt to
find yourself applauding the
Crowds attend our free ex
hibition of the Bryan Kec-
ords every day. Come to
day , as it's the talk of the
We sell a genuine Edison
Phonograp complete for § 25.
Edison llecords 35c oach.
They wear forever.
Prices are what
we are talking
Our stock is complete.
BISHOP & YOUNG ,
W. H. Stratton
FLOUK & FEED
cor. Hall & Cath. Valentine , Nebr.
JOHN F. POKATH
Ilnrgc , Xebr.
Tubular wells and windmills ,
me up by Telephone.
H. S. LOCKWOOD
SHARPLESS CREAM SEPARATOR ,
JJLOUB , GRAIN AND HAY.
Opposite Postoffie. Phone 71.
The Loup Valley Hereford Ranch.
Soldier CrceV Col-
uiubub 17th 1COO.-0 ,
a , sou of Columbus
17th , a half brother
nion Hale , n 11 (1
Prince Boabdel 10U-
003 at head of herd.
I now ha\e about 30 head of 1007 bull cahes
' C.H. FAUI.HAUEK.
H. BAILEY ,
Office over the grocery deparment
of T. C. Hornby's store.
All work will be given prompt
and careful attention.
Talk of the Town.
Try Kazda's barber shop , tf
Ira Hewitt left for li ? home in
Rev. A. B. Clark of Rosebud
was in town Monday.
Joe Peterson has been on the
sick list the past week.
The eagle will scream at Hig-
gin's grove July 4th.
John Helzer came back from
the Rosebud agency Saturday.
? Iiss Estelle Xicholson has gone
to Ilelle Fourche to visit friends.
Frank Mogle , Kemp Heath and
two others of Cody were down
Celebrate the Fourth at all the
little towns around Valentine. See
big notices in this paper.
Adriens M. Newens gave a
splendid lectnre on "a visitor
from Mars" Tuesday night.
Grover Cleveland died Wednes
day morning at his" home in
Princeton , X. J. , at the age of 71
Pete Simons , the Sparks merch
ant , drove in today and told us to
tell them that Sparks frould cele
.Mrs. Olson and son Elmo have
gone to Lien iman to visit a sister.
Miss May Holsclaw accompanied
Win. Ba.anl ! ! and Charley ttcn-
nett , jr. , were in town the first of
the week , bringing in a bunch of
Mrs. M. V. Nicholson and son
Milton returned Sunday morning
from their visit with relatives at
A. G- . Shaw is having a man
hole built on the north side of his
art gallery to get coal down to his
furnace this winter.
Mrs. Geo. Cyphers and son
Clarence , Mrs. Emma Guth and
Billy Stewart went up to Rosebud
Frank Brayton has been in Chicago
cage the past week purchasing
goods for the Red Front Merc. Co.
and expects to visit relatives in
Michigan before returning.
R , M. Faddis returned last week
from an extensive trip through
Texas , Xew Mexico and Xevada ,
where he has been buying cattle
to place on the range here.
Crookston's merchants , Max E.
Viertel and A. B. Overman , were
down Tuesday and say they will
bave a big time there the Fourth.
See program in this paper.
James C. Quigley , who gradu-
ted at Bellevue college two weeks
ago , has returned home and is as
sisting County Assessor Young
with his duties at the court house.
A. R. Bernard , wife and son of
Des Moines , Iowa , have purchased
the Valentine House of L. E. Gar-
lock , taking possession yesterday.
Mr. Bernard has secured a first-
class cook and expects to run an
up-to-date hotel and respectfully
solicits a share of your patronage.
E. C. Bishop of York was in
our city Tuesday looking over the
political ground for his candidacy
for state superintendent before
the republican primaries. Pie has
been engaged in school work at
York for a number of years as
superintendent of schools.
Triumph is the appropriate
name of a new brew of beer which
the Storz Brewing Co. of Omaha
has just put on the market. The
first of a series of advertisements
appears in this issue. The design
used throughout in their display
is the Arch of Triumph which
aptly emphasizes the name. We
understand the triumph brand is
Storz Brewing Co.'s , "crowning
achievement in the art of brew
St. John's Church.
Services will be held Sunday ,
July 5 , as follows :
Morning prayer and high cele
bration of the Holy Eucharist at
11 a. m. ; evensong at 8 p , m.
A Safe ,
The system of paying
by check was devised
by all men for any
man for yon. It is
suited to the need of
any business , either
large or small. It makes
no difference whether
we pay out $10 or § 10000
a month. A checking
account will serve you ] '
Pay by check , the
method puts system in
to your business and
gives you a record of
VALENTINE STATE BAfe'K
Valentine won I'.e luill game to
day from Crawford C to 1.
Oliver "Walcolt returned last
week from the state university
where he has been taking a law
Valentine beat Bassctt here last
Friday f to 4. Pearl 11. D.ivis ,
ex-county clerk of Rock county ,
umpired the game.
Mark D. Cyphers and Miss
Charlotte I , Baron of Portland ,
Pa. , were married at the home of
the bride Wednesday June 10 ' ( K
Prof. Stockpile's wife ard
daughter are here with him and
have moved into Prof.'aton's
residence where they will make
their future home during the
A man who gives his name as
Frank Gardner tried to pass a
check for § 05"on Tom Hornby
Tuesday evening , purporting to
be given to Frank Hill by A. K.
Wood , and which Gardiner claims
to have taken in exchange for a
horse. Gardner was arrested and
detained here to await the arrival
of Mr. Wood of the Rosebud res
ervation and who happened to be
at the agency at the time and came
down yesterday. At a prelimin
ary hearing held yesterday Gard
ner waived and was bound over to
the district court. Gardner had
been held in the Rosebud jail 30
days for an attempted holdup , and
after being sent off the agency ,
worked awhile for Jesse Brosius
on north Table.
Of Hamm's Beer is
absolutely pure. You
take no chances when
you drink Hamm's.
We guarantee Hamm's
under the National Pure
Food La\v and also under
the Food Lav/s of all the
The Preferred Stock is the
most delicious Beer ever
brewed. It is the ideal
Beer for all occasions. Call
Spring is here and we are well
supplied with farm implements for the
spring's work. At this time we wish
to call your attention to our
They have three levf-rs and three bear
ing boxes on each side. They will dig-
in to the hardest ground without the
aid of weights.
The Double Throw Force Feed
Moosler Bndgate Seeders
are the best there is.
"We also have riding1 attachments to fit
any AYalking Lister or Walking Plow ;
also have breakingbottoms to fit this
Three miles Southeast of Thache
JsLJ & 5L K * & * * & ' $ L M
will be rendered , consisting of band music , exhibition drill , base-
bail and other sports. Bowery dance in the evening , Come'
everybody and assist the band boys in making this cele
bration one of the best.
J. P. KREYCIK , Leader.
MILL PRICES F03 FEED.
PerCwt. Per Ton.
Bran , sacked.1 15 $22 00
Shorts , sacked 1 25 24 Of )
Corn , sacked 1 50 29 00
Oats , sacked 1 60 31 00
Chop Corn , sacked 1 55 30 00
Chop Feed , sacked 1 60 31 00
"C O L 0 N E L , "
Black Perehevon stallion , will
make the season asx follows :
Thursdays at Louis Taylor's.
Fridays and Saturdays at Hen
Remainder of the week at Yank
Terms : $12 for standing colt.
U. O'JiRYAN , Mgr. ,
19 Valentine , Neb.
We have a good stock of
Sulky Plows ,
Sulky Listers and
Double Row Listers
Do not hesitate to put in lots oF corn , ryra g1
Later wevill sell you a
Two Row Cultivator ,
so you can care for it easily. Call up
on us for Moiine Wagons , Velie Bug =
gies , Eclipse Windmills , McCormick
Machinery , in fact for anything in the
implement or Building Material line .
HPT r n
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Valentine , Nebraska ,
Does not cater to the trade or men only , | ?
but also to tli : l.iclies and children.
are stylish , therefore in great demand. We
have a complete line. Come in and see our $
\ | Shirtwaists , Summer , Underwear , Hosiery and
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