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VOLUME XVIII VALENTINE , NEBRASKA , AUG-TJST 13 , 1903. .NUMBER 30
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carries a complete line of tote
Harness , Saddles and etc. tote tote
Heavy and light Harness , Stock Saddles , Boys tote
4 ? Saddles , Horse Collars , Sweat Pads , Halters and tote
$ ? all kinds of strap work. : : : : : tote
We also carry Simmon's Patent Collar , which we tote
guarantee will never break , will last as "long or tote
longer than any collar sold and always . give perfect tote
fect satisfaction. : : : : : : tote
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Our Line y .
Of Summer Shirts is complete. Our Ventilated Summer
Shoes for men R E Z on the feet. They have a perfor
ated inner sole and air chambers to keep the feet cool.
They're neat and the most perfect shoe made. We also
have Ladies' , Misses' and Children's shoes to fit the
feet , Colonial Slippers and comfortable shoes for hot
, AND CLOTHIEK.
i Quick Meal Gasoline Stoves |
< ? Comfortable cooking. All through the summer your kitchen to
$ will be cool if you have one of these stoves. Easy to run ? ?
and easy on the pocket. $
| j General Hardware , Stoves and Bang-
| j es. Iron Beds , Springs , Mattresses and * J
J Furniture , windmills and Pumps , *
Piano Mowers and Bakes. tote
FRAHK FISCHER , tote
JAMES B. HULL
9 9 9 Sole Agents for
HERALD PURE RYE WHISKEY
Ale and Porter , And FRED KRUG'S BEER
Choicest Wines and Cigars ,
VALENTINE 2C NEBRASKA
CITIZENS MEAT MARKET
HENRY STETTER , PROP
FRESH FRUIT AND GAME
IN THEIR SEASON
First-class line of Steaks , Eoasts
Dry Salt Meats , Smoked
Chartered as a State Bant Chartered as a National Bank
June 1 , 1881. August 12 , 1002 ,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Valentine , Nebraska.
( Successor to )
CAPITAL PAID nr A General Banking
QK OOO Exchange and
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C. H. CORNELL , President. J. T. MAY , Yice-President.
M. Y , NICHOLSON. Cashier. ,
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TALK OF THE TOWN
Local Weather Record
U. S. Department of Agriculture \
Weather Bureau J
Valentine , Nebraska , -week ending 6 a , m ,
August 12,1903 ,
Maximum temperature 83 degrees on the 7th.
Minimum temperature , 51 degrees on the 10th.
Mean temperature , 66.3 degrees , which Is 6.2
degree below the normal.
Total precipitation , 1.22 inch , which is 0 73 inch
above the normal.
H. McF..BALDWIN ,
Official in Charge ,
Fancy China at Mrs. Elmore's
R. M. Faddis was in town the
The Valentine Bottling Works
puts up the finest kind of soft
M. Richardson , of McCann ,
drove in from his ranch last Thurs
day to do some trading.
Perry Bryant was in from his
ranch near the reservation Tues
day to lay in supplies while it rains.
Women who do not care to be
approached should not wander
about the streets gazing expect
M. F. Clynes , who is clerk at
the Donoher hotel , set his sub
scription a year in advance this
A number of people are getting
statements from the Valentine
News which is not THE VALEN
Rev. Ray went down the road
Monday to deliver a lecture at
several towns on "The Abode of
the Departed Before the Judge
Wm. Stead wan brought his wife
to town last week and they arc
staying at H. R. Edgar's place.
Mrs. Steadman had been ill of fev
er but is recovering.
M. Jelly called to see us Monday
and says that the corn crop will be
immense this year. He has 100
acres of corn , 30 acres of wheat
and 30 acres of oats.
We would like for some of our
subscribers who have not paid to
pay up once so as to get acquaint
ed and show your good will. We
have shown ours by trusting them
for several years.
Supt. Travis and wife spent sev
eral days in our city the past week
and yesterday morning returned
to St. Mary's Mission. We en
joyed a pleasant visit from Mr.
Travis during his stay in Valentine
and believe him to be a success as
superintendent of the Mission
Col. Jas. McLaughlin , U. S.
Indian Inspector , went up to Rose
bud last week and this week has
been holding council with the Ind
ians regarding the sale of Gregory
county. Two Strike and Hollow
Horn Bear's camps are reported
to have signed the treaty and the
others will soon agree.
Wm Steadman handed us a coup
le of dollars the other day saying
he didn't want his subscription to
get delinquent. When we reached
our office and gave him credit on
our books we found that his sub
scription would read 1905. Mr.
Steadman has our thanks and we
will try to be easy on some of those
who are several years in arrears.
Capt. A. G. Shaw informs us
that he recently heard from his
brother Chambers S. Shaw in
Georgetown , Ohio , that a large es
tate was coming to them which
was left by David Hatfield , father
of Mr. Shaw's mother and that
the estate now amounts to nearly
§ 2,000,000 and has been in chan
cery for nearly 50 years. There
are 16 heirs. Mr. Shaw's part
willbe$125,000. This would make
the captain quite comfortable in
his old age but it may be some
time before he gets the money.
Stop at Quigley & Chapman's
and get a quart of Ice Cream for
the family. 24 10
Richard Osburn , one of the early
pioneers living near Sparks , wa :
in town trading Tuesday and called
on the editor while we were fight
ing flies to cheer us up with a coup
le of dollars on subscription.
Richard Osburn is built of the
right kind of material and has a
disposition that everybody likes
and we're always glad to meet him.
Long may he live and prosper , he
and his family.
Mrs. C. J. Gallon had a carpet rag
sewing Tuesday afternoon and in
vited several friends to spend the
afternoon with her. Those pres
ent were mesdames J. A. Carlisle ,
Helen Hornby , Minerva Harden ,
J. C. Northorp , F. E. Ayers , W.
"VV. Thompson , Bina Holsclaw , S.
A. Rice , U. Boyer , G. Carlson , R.
G. Easley , A. Morey , W. E. Ef-
ner , Bristol and S. Moon. A lunch
was served and lots of rags sewed
for which Mrs. Gallon pays 5c per
pound to the Aid society. A ko
dak picture was taken'of the group
of ladies and an enjoyable time
spent while there.
Last Sunday morning the Rev.
C. "W. Ray preached at the M. E.
church on the subject , "Little
Things in Life" or ' 'Despise Not
the Day of Small Things. " He
spoke of how a good boy might be
despised by the toughs and that
though they were chidcd about be
ing tied to their mother's apron
strings they should continue to be
a good boy as the road to success
started with being a good boy.
That Chas. A. Shaw lost his posit
ion as president of the steel cor
poration because of his gambling
and would never again gain what
ic had lost. That many did not
realize what it meant to make a
mistake or did not gaurd against
ittle things that swerved them
: rom their duty as they should.
Many persons form habits thatare
not easily broken and some become
slaves to a habit that is useless in
; he life of a pure man and that it
s likely to lead to greater harm.
'Despise Not the Day of Little
M. E. Church Nvtc .
Morning subject , "The Choice of
the Christian. " Evening , "Chris
tian Citizenship. "
Two new members were receiv
ed into the church last Sunday.
The last quarterly meeting for
this year will be held August 23.
The normal chorus assited by
local talent will present a varied
and entertaining program next
Monday evening Aug. 17th at the
M. E. church. The thirty voices
in. the chorus have made special
preparation .for the occasion and
the solos , quartets , octets and reci
tations are sure to please. Admis
sion 25 and 15 cents.
Happy and Light arranged from Bohemian
Girl ! Chorus
Recitation-Selections irom Riley..E. E. Magee
Hie Hunter's Song-Kucken I/.ulie's Octet
Nigh' Ergman Chorus
Recitation Music on the Kappahannock
[ Jut 11 the Dawn-Parks Male Quartet
Sweet and Low Larnby Chorus
Recitation-Scene from Leah the Forsaken
Piano Solo-Sleigh Hide , Walle'-.Mabel Hel/er
Dame Away to toe Daisies-Bellini Chorus
A-sleep in the Deep Petrie W. Holsclaw
Recitation-A Naughty Girl's Life in a Hotel
A.nnle Laurie Jacobs Ladies' Octet
Such is inyLoveforTliee-Balfe. . W 13 Hartigan
Over the Sea-Gabriel Chorus i
I HAVE YOU SEEN tote v
I WHAT WE HAVE . _
J * Art Squares ? - jj
4ft Good patterns and good colors . , . &L50 to § 5.00 fc >
s Table Covers 2 *
49 J *
4 $ Eine 'quality tapestry . § 1.25 to $2.00 jJ !
Small floor rugs 7oc to $2.00 ? ?
Good design and beautiful colors , only $9.00 jj
Window Curtains j *
Made of Swiss , § 1.00 to § 1.50. Lace Curta'ins 7 c. to
Kid Gloves tote
A bargain Only 75c.
Featherbone Stock Foundations , 20& to
Davenport & Thacher jj
GENERAL MERCHANTS - to
Our Spring Goods
are now in "and we arc prepared to figure with you in any
thing you may need in our lines. We sell everything
kept in a first-class General Store at prices which are
right. If you are in need of any
let us figure with1 you.
MAX B. VIERTBL NEBRASKA
Are best for GOOD LIVING. You get satis
faction from Good Groceries and we get satis
faction in furnishing them. We give you the
best in quality at a price you are willing to pay.
A. Pettycrew , General Merchandise.
frem every point of view , McCormick mowers
wMJ be found faultless in design , modern in con
struction and thorough in equipment , with the
most practical features. These mowers are so
perfectly balanced.so easily operated and do such
smooth and even cutting that they instantly
become the favorite of every man who buys one. '
The McCormick book , * "
"A MODEL MACHINE , " - . ?
tells el ! about Model mowers.
YOU WANT A WINDMItttfSE one. ivuut
The place to get the best Windmill ; also pumps TamJ Tunks.
First door south of the DotibherHouse -cr
Highest casli price paid for Hides and Furs.
3. MOON - - - . . ; , . , . -Vala tiiie , Neb