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About Valentine Democrat. (Valentine, Neb.) 1900-1930 | View Entire Issue (April 21, 1910)
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' 1. M. Rice , Editor and Proprietor VALENTINE , NEBR. , TII URSJ ) . Y , APRIL 21 , 1910. Volume 25 , No. 15 .
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RED JACKET PUMPS are COOD PUMPS
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THE DEEPEST WELLS WiTH
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A RED JACKET : : PUMP t
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Corns In anc5 Lei Us Talk to You Abou\ It
We have scene EteokSets to Distribute FREE :
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O ry's and Sioux City Seed Go's seeds.
Fresh stock just received.
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, i Fine Wines , Liquors and Cigars I :
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. , a ' Bourbon Whiskies ' : , , - . . Rye Whiskies : < '
. Old Crow , Sherwood ,
- Hermitage _ Guchenheimer , '
' Cedar Brook , Sunny Brook ,
a Spring Hill , . . and 28'yeaivold
and Jas. E , Pepper ' 0 , F. C Taylor ,
J These whiskies were purchased in bond
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anteed pure and unadulterated. Un
it excelled for family } and medical use.
Three Star Hennessy and Dreyfus Brandies. Imported
jjj ' Gordon . and DeKuyper Gins , Guinness's Extra Stout.
, Storz Blue and Budweiser .
Bass Ale Ribbon Beer. q ( I
K"w- r Valentine Nebraska
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; Chartered as a Stlltl' Bank Chartered n.s a : National Bank
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I The rlRST TIO.NAL D"ANK
I ( Successor to Bank : : of Valentine. )
Valentine , - Nebraska.
OARITAL PAID ix General Banking , Exchange
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G. H. Comon.I. President. M. V. Xicnoi.sox : , Cashier.
I J. T. May , Vice President. . Miss : GI.UN HOKNIG , Asb't : : Cashier.
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C. & N. W. New Time Table.
WEST HOUND :
No.1 , 7:17 p. in. New passenger train.
No. JJ : , l : a.j ia. in. Old " , "
No. 110 , 11:55 : ) p. in. Through freight tniin.
No. 81 , 2fOp. in. Local freight ! train.
KAST HOUND :
No.2 , 10:12 ? p. in. New passenger train.
No. 0 , 5:05 a. in. Old" . .
No. 110 , 0:20 ) a. in. Through freight train.
No. 82 , 11:11) ] I ; ) a. m. Local freight train.
BRING GOOD PRICES
Anstey's Sale of 34 Here-
fords Here Yesterday
a Success. .
George J. Anstey of Massena ,
io \ sa , sold 3i Hereford bulls at
the Haley farm south of town
; yesterday , receiving good prices.
The sale as per his catalogue is
as follows :
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Lot 4 : § 82 50 Lot 5 $117 50
k' 10 120 00 " 11 112 50
" 12 122 50 k' 13 100 00
" 1-i 105 00 " 15 137 50
" , 20 85 00 " ' 23 117 50
" 28 112 50 " 30 127 50
lk 31 135 00 " 32 75 00
" 34 100 00 ( Substitute CO 00
Lot 2 § 125 00 Lot 19 $ 92 50
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" 22 100 00 tk 25 107 00
" 33 130 00
J. H. BACHELOR.
Lot 7 § 157 50 Lot 21 § 152 50
k' 2i 130 00"H 27 127 50
A. O. COL EM AN. :
Lot 8 § 40 00 Lot 17 S 65 00
k * 18 65 00
TIIOS. . HUSTON.
Lot 3 § 280 00. i . Lot 6 $127 00
D. M. LUCKEY. ;
Lot 1 - - § 135 00
/ ROBT. THOMPSON.
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Lot 29 - , ' - - $105
Sibyl Tessier entered the second
The sixth grade are reviewing
decimals this week.
The primary pupils are studying .
about Japan this week.
The German class has begun the
study of Heyse's L'Arrabbiata.
Miss Carroll entertained the
teachers last Saturday evening.
The second room will give an :
Arbor Day program Friday , April
The ninth grade English has
taken up the study of the' ' Ancient
Roy and Mabel Tessier of Bruns
wick entered the seventh and eighth
grades this week.
Prof. , Bettenga . performed some ,
interesting experiments in electric
ity in the eighth grade room Tues-
Supt. Bettenga gave a most help-
ful talk to the high school on I '
Wednesday morning on the value'
of correct habits of study.
It is planned to give an open I
program May 14 , in which the j
whole school takea "part. Watch
these columns for program later.
The senior girls of the class in
Theory and Practice visited the :
primary room Monday for an ob
servation lesson in practical school
The first and second primary
grades are having a ten minute re
cess twice a day. They do better
work when they can get out doors
for a little lomp.
, The Gordon-Valentine debate oc
curs as scheduled : on Saturday eve ,
April 23 , at the opera house. This
promises to be a very entertaining
evening program. The teams have
worked earnestly on their argument ; ; !
and no doubt . will . present their re -
spective sides with great credit to
themselves , and . the schools they
represent. Let us have a crowded
hb'US6 and do all in our power to
encourage the speakers of both
teams. Reserve seats on sale at
Chapman's , Friday morning , 25c.
The high school orchestra and
glee club _ will supply : music for the
Gordon-Valentine debate April 23.
The sixth grade are interested in
the history of money. Some have
written very good papers on this
subject. Last week , they wrote pa-
pers on Alaska and all did well.
, In response to a petition the
school board has allowed the ath
letes in the school to have their
field day Friday afternoon , April
29. Contests will be held on the
ball grounds. Admission free. . .
One car good seed potatoes
Saturday. t--M. Davis.
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We pay the highest cash price
for cream. - A. JOHN & ; Co. 15
Oscar Elkinton of Crookston
was a caller at this office on busi-
ness yesterday. :
Watch for-the Daylight Store
advertisement next week. r
A. JOHN & Co.
Mrs. Charles Sparks and daugh-
ter , Dorathy , went to Neligh to-
day i to visit Mrs. Spirk.
[ Jim Hartzell , an early timer of
Valentine , now living at Chadron ,
was in our city last Friday. I
The CRYSTAL WHITE EEFEIG-
EEATOE is what you need this
summer. Buy it at Fischer's Hard-
, ware. . * 14
S. Weston and wife returned
last week from Chicago and have
taken charge of the Chicago
, ldrs.V : - A. Fenner and daugh-
ter , Mary of Omaha stopped off
here Tuesday on her return from
a visit at Hot Springs to visit
friends in the city.
Ed Morey sold T. C. Hornby's
auto to Messrs. : Cole and Yaung
of Cody last Tuesday and took it
up there the next day. We wond
er where the expect to run it.
Valentine friends will be pleas-
ed to learn , of the happy marriage
of Miss Tacy Collett t , > John E.
Elliott , April 12 , at Lacy , Nebr.
Both were employees of the gov-
Rev. L. E. Phifer wishes to cor-
rect the impression of a Sparks
correspondent to the muck-raker
by saying , that his step-son has al-
ways a home with him when he is
not working elsewhere , and that
the boy was supposed to be stay-
ing with Mrs. : Mary J , Grooms
and was not without a home.
? \ lrs. Susan J. Berry died at the
home of her daughter , Mrs. Chas.
Charles , Hudson , near Sparks ,
, April 1 ? , 1910 after ashort illness
occasioned probably by old age
and the recent death of her daugh-
ter , Mrs. Ed ] ? arry. Four daugh-
ters and two sons survive her.
Mrs. : Berry was past 76 years old.
"The governor of Colorado in
his lecture on Saturday evening
at the College of Physicians spoke
very highly of Dr. Barton 0.
Aylesworth as the most eloquent
speaker in Colorado and a man
who is held in high esteem in his
own state. " Philadelphia Press.
Mr. Aylesworth will be in Val
entine May 7. Admission free.
The preliminary hearing .of T.
J. Brown before Judge Quigley
Monday brought a lartre number
of ' oodlake people to town. Af-
ter a brief defense the attorney .
for the defense waived further
hearing and the defendant was
held to the district court which I
convenes May 16. Tom Byron , r
J. A. Wilson , M. J. Hyde. Jesse I
West , .Oswald .Uehling and sons , I
, John and Joe , were witnesses
Called in the case. .
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/ SHINE YOU MUST WEAR
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( \D'\ e ? YOUR FEET ARE HARD ,
, To HIDE. You NEED N'T . ,
YOU WEAR. OUP-
j ; SHOES
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WE CAN MAKE I YOUR , FEET -SHINE 1N . SWELL
FLoRSHEIM SHoES. WE ARE THE EXCLUSIVE
A6ENTJ FOR THE fLoRsHEIM SHoES IN THIS
CITY. FLORJHEIM SHoES SATISfY YOU. FLoR-
SHEIM SHoES FEEL COMFORTABLE. fLoRSHEIM
-5HOE S-6IVE YOU WEAR. Do Not NE6LECT YOUR , .
FEET , YOU OWE THEM A DUTY. IF YOU Do NOT
THINK THEY Do YOU GooD , TRY DOIN6 WITHOUT
THEM FOR AWHILE. WHY NOT SHoW APPRE-
CIATION FOR YOUR FEET , AND GET THEM A
GooD PAIR OF * .sHOES.vE CAN ALSo GIVE YOU
, SHOES ; , SUCH AS THEY ARE , AND THEY ARE
NOT ,50 VERY BAD FOR § 3.00.
PATENT LEATHER , BUTTON OR LACE. . . . . . . $ 5 .00
GUN METAL , BUTTON STY L E S . - 5.00
GUN METAL , LACE S1 YLES . 4.50
VICI I I KID 1 I , LACE - - ' - - . 4.50
BUTToN. . . AND . LACE _ OXFORD , . - , _ . . . - . "
BLACK AN'D' TAN - ' - T' - 4 * A- 4 ' 5.0 " W : ' & 6 . - ' .
WE HAVE OTHER VAJUETIEJ IN BLACKS AND
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Farm Itnplements .
- We sell farming implements as well as other ,
merchandise at reasonable prices. . -
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CROOKS-TON NEBRASKA. , . MAX E. E RTEL.
0 : . DEALER IN EVERYTHING. -
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. . is headquarters for Gent's Furnishings of
all kinds. And Winter Goods ( are being
l sold . at way down prices. Come in and I
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we will show you. And remember we R
have the greatest line of Children's , Mis :
. ses' , ; Ladies' and G-ent's Shoes. And for
' . . / "Work Shoes this is the only place. . Come
in ; it is a pleasure to us to show you our
_ _ goods. McCall : Patterns always in stock. , .
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Phone 145. H. W. HOEN1Q , Propr.
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