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About Valentine Democrat. (Valentine, Neb.) 1900-1930 | View Entire Issue (July 15, 1909)
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, ! . S ' r ' VALENTINE . . \ DEMOCRAT
I. M. Rice , Editor and Proprietor VALENTINE , NEBR. , THURSDAY , JULY 15 , 1909. Volume 24 , No. 27
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THIS 18 JHE TIME
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Get ready for the hot days. We have the .
largest and best assortment of Gasolene and
e Oil Stoves ever shown in the city. Seeing is * f
believing. Call and see them for yourself.
. . We are also headquarters for Garden
, Tools , Garden Hose , Sprinklers , and Hose
, r , " Nozzles ; Garden Seeds , Barbed Wire andTield
'Fence. We are 'also . the only up-to-date em-
- balmers ' and , undertakers in Cherry county.
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S . . Eureka Saloon i
\ I : N } ROBERT McQEER Propr.
J Fine Wines , Liquors fcand Cigars '
Bourbon Whiskies . : Rye Whiskies :
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Old Crow , i * Sherwood ,
: Hermitage , " . " ' " Guchenheimer ,
. Cedar Brook , Sunny Brook ,
Spring Hill , . - . < . and 27/yearvold
and Jas. E , Pepper . , . " , . ' . . . 0 , F , C , Taylor ,
These whiskies were purchased in bond
I and canie direct from the U. S. gov- -
ernnl n ; } Varehouse. They are guar-
anteed ' piirje and unadulterated. Un- .
excelled for family and medical use.
, . . , Three Star Hennessy and Dreyfus Brandies Imported
Gordon and DeKuyper Gins , Guinness's Extra Stout
Bass - Ale . Storz Blue \ \ ibbon and Budweiser Beer ,
Valentine = Nebraska
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Chartered as a State Bank Chartered as a National Bank
June I , 1i. August 12 , J1W2. \
Si FIRST . NATIONAL BANK
: Succe&bor ( to Bank of Valentine. )
. . , ' Valentine , - Nebraska.
OARITAIj PAID IN A General
. Banking , Exchange
$25 , 000. . ' and Collection Business : : : :
O. H. GOH n'I.I. , President. . M. V. NICHOLSON , Cashier.
J. a' . May , Vice President. Miss GLKX HoJo-O IG , Ass't Cashier.
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New Hotel : Electric l Lights. A
l ( Good Rooms. Hot and Cold Water.
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WI ' . ° : , , . ' , NEAR DEPOT
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. . - . M -as. f S . A : "SEARS , Propr. , Yalenidne , N ejr. ' .
Rates $1 per day , . . - Calls for all trains.
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: Read the Advertisements.
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I C. & N. W. New Time Table.
WEST HOUND :
No.7 , 1:10 p. in. New passenger train.
No. a : , 1:35a.m. : J : Old " "
No. tW ' , 11:55 p. m. Through freight train.
No. 81 , 10:3) ( ) : ( a. in. Local freight train.
EAST HOO'IK .
No. 2 : , 11 :00 ( ) p. m. New passenger train.
No. Ii ( i , 5:05 ( a. in. Old" "
No. 110 , (5:20 ( a. in. Through freight train.
No. 82 , 8:50 : p. m. Local freight train.
Carrie Wilson was a welcome
visitor one day recently.
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The pleasant cool weather of
last week was very welcome to
Still the plants and flowers are
being watched and analyzed by
the botany class. ! Many new speci-
mens are found. '
A recitation 'The Inventor's
wife" by Mae Wade was well ren-
dered and well received during
chapel hour last week.
Effie Carlson writes that she is
enjoying Bradford , Pennslylvania
for a short time then will go on
to New York and Boston. \
There are now ninety-six en-
rolled in the normal. Pearl Mc-
Bride and Joanna Rose , both of
Rushville , being the latest. .
Mr. Young , the Y. M. C. A.
field worker attended chapel ; Mon- :
day and gave a very appropriate
talk along the lines of true man-
hood and womanhood.
Not only the entire normal en-
joyed the Parland-Newhall enter-
tainment , but a goodly number of
town people who .appreciate first
class work were present.
Frances Grewe sends greetings
and a beautiful panoramic view of
Denver to the normalites. She-
with her sister Dora , are attend-
ing the National Educational as-
sociation in Denver on their way
to the Seattle exposition.
Edith Adamson gave a very
helpful Chapel talk on the soils
and various regions of Nebraska ,
indicating the crops most success-
ful on each soil. She illustrated
her : remarks by a Leat map of the
state , showing the different geolo-
Everybody reads normal notes
so we take the opportunity of
catching : the eye of some school
officers. Annual reports are all
due and must be filed with the
county superintendent soon or the
district may lose the state appor-
tionment of school money.
The- chapel talks , recitations ,
etc. , by pupils and instructors of
the normal are proving interesting
to the listeners and helpful I to the
speakers at least. It is one of the
practical ways of getting command
of good English. Supt. Gregory's
description of a trip to Wonderful
Crater Lake was both interesting
and instructive. "
Teachers who have visited the
weather service department have
been greatly interested in the ap-
pliances and apparatus seen there ,
Mr. McLean kindly gives full and
clear explanation concerning the
workings of the intricate mechan-
ism. All the teachers will have
an opportunity of visiting there
in charge of one of the normal in-
The generous invitations of the
McLeod brothers , managers of
the Northwestern Real Estate Co. ,
C. H' Cornell and T. C. Hornby
extended to the normalites to take
an . auto ride to Ft. Niobrara , was
accepted and enjoyed last Satur-
day afternoon. Six finely deco-
rated cars "were in line at three
o'clock and soon filled with de-
lighted n.prmalites . . , to most of
whom an : aut ride . was a . new ex-
perience. It was necessary to
make two trips in order to trans-
port the crowd. Judge Walcott ,
as chaperone , took charge of the
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[ Mid-Summer Clearing - Sale . \
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$ We are busy making preparation for our mid-summer clearing
sale. Watch for prices in this space next week. We are going
to make liberal reductions throughout our. : entire stock. See the
ladies belt bargains vve offer in our window this week.
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first crowd and in a few minutes
the streamers of bunting flying
from the cars were disappearing
over the eastern horizon. Supt.
Gregory remained to gather up
the last load and the cars were
soon out of sight again with Val-
entine far in the west. . All spent
some time straying about in the
canyon below the falls and on the
river. The merry picnickers at
last ! gathered in the shade and af
ter singing some impromptu songs
partook of sandwiches and lemon-
ade until the approaching storm
warned the party to hasten home
or seek shelter. . Soon the six cars
we.-e loaded and speeding back
home while those left for the sec
ond trip were enjoying themselves
under shelter. Judge Walcott
says some one in the' first loads
back was wet ; but as no one has
complained there is some doubt
expressed. However , the Judge
ought to know. Three of the cars
returned for those who stayed and
in due time all were safely at
home. The following is one of
the songs freely indulged in by
V. J. N. : AUTOMOBILE RIDE.
( Tune : Marching Thru Georgia. )
We're on an automobile ride
Across the prairies far ,
With fifty school ma'ams in the
A bevy in each car.
We're jolly , happy , glad and gay ,
There's naught our joy to mar
Gliding along o'er the prairies.
Hurrah , hurrah , hurrah for the
auto car ,
Hurrah for ' the men who brought
us out so far ;
We're happy and there's nothing
now our happiness can mar ,
Gliding along o'er the prairie.
We're glad to be from duty free
To wander here and there ;
To sit in shade on grassy glade ,
To breathe the fresh pure air.
So once again we say to the meg.
We thank you , plain and fair
For speeding us over the prairie.
Tribute to the printer , from an
old paper : Next to your grand-
mother , the printer , is one of the
best friends you have. Then
you are born , he tells the glad tid
ings. When you get married , he
chronicles the event in the kindest
words. When you succeed , he re
joices with you and pats you on
I i the back. When you fail or other
troubles overtakes you , be doesn't
II sneer at you , and start a batch of
gossip about you , but shields and
defends you. And , at last when
you have . passed out , of this life ,
he marks the good deeds of your
I life , sympathizes with those that
mourn your loss , and places a tri
bute of praize with the ' flowers
I : that deck your grave. "
We sell farming implements as well as other
, merchandise at reasonable prices. . , , ,
Call and try us. - ! : , j
CROOKSTON NEBRASKA. , ' MAX E VIERTEL ; -
DEALER IN EVERYTHING. \
NEW PERFECTION C
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Blue Flame Oil
Stoves ' ' . , .
These stoves are made by the Standard Oil Co. ,
and they are the best that money can buy. They furnish
an intense steady heat , lighted in a second , no smoke , no
soot , and no danger , whatever. One , two and three
burners , and also with cabinet warming shelf or oven as
you , desire.
Stetter & Tobien , Props. , f 1
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DEALERS IN I / \ _ s
All Kinds of Fresh I ' . . _
and Salt Meats. . . . _ ' '
Will buy your .C ttle , Hogs , _ .
Poultry , Horses , Mules and _
anything you have to sell.
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Valentine , Nebraska ,
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, Has the largest and prettiest line of '
Ladies' Shirt Waists
" in town and at attractive rites. :
All the latest styles and the best makes of .
SHOES , . . . . i . - :
> in blacks , tan and oxbloods. . . ' . ' : - ' " ,
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, All kinds of wood work done to order. Stock tanks made in all sizes.
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I Valentine , _ . PHOXB 72 Nebrasa -
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