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About Valentine Democrat. (Valentine, Neb.) 1900-1930 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 18, 1909)
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1 I. M. Rice , Editor and Proprietor VALENTINE , NEBR. , THURSDAY , NOVEMBER 18 , 1909. . . Volume 24 , No. 45
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1 : . SUPERIOR STOVES AND RANGES
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1 l The largest and best lir.-o , of stoves and ranges
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REVERTIBLE FLUE HEATER
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Will hold fire 36 hours with soft
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VOR SOFT COAL
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c .4- . U - : Side \Vings Base and Foot Rails.
Large Illuminated Door. Perfectly
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FOR SALE BY
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. ROBERT McGEER , Propr.
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i Fine Wines , Liquors and Cigars \ t
, Bourbon Whiskies : Rye Whiskies : , I
Old Crow , Sherwood
. Hermitage , Guchenheimer ,
V ' Cedar Brook , Sunny Brook ,
i1 Spring Hill , and 8/'year/old
I and Jas E , Pepper , O F , C ; Taylor
/ These whiskies were purchased in bond
and came direct from the U. S. gov- _ .
ernment warehouse. They are guar-
' . . . . anteed pure and unadulterated. Un- i
' excejled for family and medical use. ,
. , Three : Star Hennessy and Dreyfus Brandies Imported '
Gordon and DeKuyper Gins , Guinness's Extra Stoat.
. Bass Ale. Storz Blue Ribbon and Budweiser Beer
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Chartered us n Stnte Bunk 0bartered us 11 National Bank
June 1 , 188V1. August 12 , KX)2.
The FIRST TIO.HAL ; BANK
( Successor to Bank of Valentine. )
Valentine , - Nebraska.
OAIUTAI PAID IN
A General Banking , Exchange
. $25,000. and Collection Business : : : :
O. H. OOUNELL , President. M. : V. NICHOLSON , Cashier.
J. ' 1' . Muy : : , Vice President. Miss GLEX HOE ± IY , Ass't Cashier.
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" l.New Hotel. Electric Lights.
Good Rooms. Hot and Cold Water.
) > : Chicago . House :
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' MRS. S. A. SEARS , Propr. , Yalentine , Nebr.
1 , Rates $1 1 per day , Calls for all trains.
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C. & N. W. New Time Table.
WKST BOUND :
No.7 , 1:10 p. in. New passenger train.
No.3 , 1 : a. ) 11. JIl. Old " "
No. 110 , 11:55 p. m. Through freight train.
No. 81 , IU : ( ) u. in. Local freight train.
EAST HOUND :
No.2 , 11:00 ( p. m. New passenger train.
No. 0 , ; :0 : ; 11. m. Old" "
No. 110 , 0:10 a. m. ' Through freight train.
No. 82 : , 3:50 p. m. Local freight train.
Talk of the own.
Robert Lee of Brownlee is in
See Charley Abraham's new ad- ,
vertisement in this paper.
Bud Me Donald went to Crook-
ston Saturday on business.
Cecil Barnes of Lake was in
town Saturday on business.
Mike Ja , 'is makes a change in
his advertisement this week. I
Billie Bordaux was down from
Rosebud Sunday and Monday.
Don McLeod and Dan Cox left
f. r Brunswick Tuesday night.
G. W. Klingaman was up from
Wood Lake on business Monday.
Guy Reed , a Cody merchant ,
was in Valentine on business Mon-
George Stetter came down from
the Stetterranch south of Cody
the fore part of the week.
J. W. Wood has been appointed
U. S. Indian agent at Rosebud ,
taking the place of Major Kelly.
Don't forget the cooked food
sale at T. C. Hornby's store next
Wednesday , Nov. 24 at 10 o'clock.
Buy your : Thanksgiving dinner
at the food sale given by the ladies
of St. John's guild Wednesday ,
Sherriff Rosseter returned Mon-
day night from the 'south western
part of the county where he had
been on business.
There will be services in , St.
John's church in Valentine on
Thanksgiving Day at 10 a. m. All
are invited to attend.
Weak inflamed eyes , cross eyes ,
headache , dizziness , etc , relieved
by Dr. Perrigo of Omaha. At
Donoher hotel Nov. 29. 45 2
Wanted - Married man to milk
and care for thirty milch cows.
will furnish three room house ,
, milk and pay $60 per month. 45
Fischer's hardware is expecting
an electric or pneumatic vacuum
cleaner , which will be good news
for the housewife. Makes house-
keeping a pleasure. Further no-
tice next week. 42
Services on Sunday next 21st.
in St. John's church as follows :
Sunday school at ten , followed by
morning prayer with address at
eleven. Evening prayer with ser-
mon at ! 7:30 : p. m.
Farmers and stockmen should
read the advertisements in TIlE
DEMOCRAT and call on the \ erch- .
ants who offer goods for sale. It
is an invitation for you to call ] ] on
them. Accept the invitation.
E. E. Dillon and wife were in
town Sunday from Long Pine
visiting their son William who is
in jail waiting to go to the pen -
itentiary for defrauding the bank
at Kilgore. /They returned home
Mrs. W. W. Wells and little
daughter Sarah attended the con-
secration of the new St. Paul's
Episcopal Church at O'Neill.
While there they also stayed a short
time in Ewing visiting Mr. and
Mrs. S. W. Green.
A. Kneeland came up from
Omaha the first of last week to
spend a few days visiting friends
and relatives In and around Valen-
tine. Mr. Kneeland -located : in
Omaha about seven years ago and
is at present running a rooming
house there , from which he makes
a good living. Mr. Kneeland
called on us Saturday before re
turning to Omaha Sunday morn-
The regular fall term of the
District Court in and for Cherry
County , Nebraska , has been fur-
ther adjourned until December
iiOth , 1909. The jury will not be
in attendance until the following ] )
day December 21st , 1909. This
term of court was first set to con- I
vene on October llth , 1909 , later
was adjourned to November 22nd ,
1909 and now adjourned to the
last date ( Of December 20th- , 1909 , I
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e The cold , chilly , wintry season demands a comfortable e
and warm under garment. Take a peep at the display
assortment in our window. You can get into one of these
. for from 70 cents to § 4.00 per suit.
Ladies' Two - piece Cotton Fleece , per suit 70c to $1.00
.Ladi s' Pure White Unions , per suit - 1.00 to $1.50
e Ladies' Wool Unions , , per suit - - - 3.00 ( e
Men's Two-piece Fleece Lined , per suit - 1.00
Men's Two-piece Wool faced , per suit - h25 :
Men's light weight wool , two-piece , per suit - 2.25
Men's heavy weight , two-piece , per suit - ,2.25
Men's Union Suits , per suit - - 1.25 to 4.00 e
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Some time ago Yank O'Bryan
moved to town from bis ranch on
the reservation and bought the
dwelling formerly owned by H.
B. Forester. Mr. O'Bryan's
health has been failing the past
two years as he advances in age
and he went down to Omaha the
latter part of October to take spec-
ial treatment for Etsthma and as he
kepta team and cow he secured I
the services of Wiley Howard to
do chores for him during his ab-
sence. Aoout the 3rd or 4th of
November , or about a week after I
Mr. O'Bryan'went to Omaha ,
Florence' Young , the little ten
tfgbr ' old niece of Mrs. O'Bryan
who has been making her home
with the O'Bryan's and going to
school , was caught in the coal
house and raped. : Under tbreats
of : death the girl did not tell the
story until she became dangerous-
ly ill. Drs. Lewis and Jornpton
were called in and the child's
mother was sent for and to them
she told of how she had been thus
brutally treated and accused Wil
ey Howard of the crime. How-
! ard was discharged by Mrs. 0'
Bryan and she sent for the girl's
father Geo. Young and for her
husband fearing to do anything
until they arrived as their lives
had been threatened. Mr. '
Young arrived Sunday morning
after riding horseback all night
from his home north of Cody.
Upon hearing the girl's story
he called upon Henry Graham
the day marshal to place Wiley
Howard under arrest and he was
taken into the presence of the girl
who claimed to identify him as
the man who assaulted her and he II
was placed in jail to await a hear- I
ing but the critical condition of
the child has kept her confined to
her bed and the preliminary set
VVednesday had to be postpon
ed until the improved condition of
the cbiH will permit her to be in
attendance at court.
Mrs. : O'Bryan claims to have
seen Wiley Howard and another
man hanging around their place
several evenings after he was dis
charged and she , feared that he
was entending to carry out the
threat referred to by the girl.
Wiley Howard denies being
guilty of the offense and says that
somebody is trying to put up a
job on him. Ho is about 63 years
old and has bpon around Valentine
for nearly twelve ypars , working
out on some ranch during the sum-
mer and stays in lown 1 during the
winter. He was looked upon as
being a harmless oM , fellow and
never before did anyone any
harm that we know of.YaR sup-
posed to be a trustworthy person
and was trusted here and then ) to
be with children. This serious
charge reversing former appear
ances is a shock to the community. .
Large Ben Davis apples , § 1.50
per bushel. - Mike Davis. 45 2
For Sale-Five : French Spitz
pups , all males , white and curly.
-A. G. Shaw. 44 4 . -
Cakes , pies , chicken puddings ,
jellies , bread and all good things
to eat at the food sale Wednesday ,
Nciv 24 > at T : C Hornby Store
_ Farm Implements
We sell farming implements as well as other . ,
\ . merchandise , - at reasonable piices. - , / .
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CROOKSTON , ' MAX E VIERTEL.
NEBRASKA. I V I I Li. .
DEALER IN EVERYTHING.
The"-Genuine Round.-O k > \ :
Heating Stoves and Base Burners
. Are the Most Famous in the World " .
These are the stoves you have always heard about , the origi-
nal - the genuine. They are known as the stoves that hold' "
V the fire , that save the fuel , that last a life-time. The Gen : "
uine Round Oak Heating Stoves Durn Hard
or Soft Coal. A close inspection of our lirm of Round "
Oak Stoves , will easly convince you that they are , the \
most nearly perfect stove made. <
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Stetter & Tobien Props. 1
' All Kinds of Fresh |
and Salt Meats. . . . q
Will buy your Cattle , Hogs ,
Poultry , Horses , Mules \ and - t
anything you have to sell.
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AT THE FA.IR , .
in GOOD SUITS AND OVERCOATS $15 to $40 i
G The new fall styles are here in every fabric and. .de- 1 ,
sign. Splendid effects . in durable Scotch and English
mixtures. Snappy Suits and Overcoats of the Friend , '
z made quality for men and young men. _ :
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Clothier and Furnisher.
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All kinds of wood work done to order. Stock tanks made in all sizes
Residence and shop one block south of passenger depot.
Valentine , PHONE 72 ' N e brask a" , ' - .
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