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THE VALENTINE DEMO
FOLTTME XVIII VALENTINE , NEBRASKA , AUGUST 20,1903. NUMBER 31
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Our Line
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-
weather.
TAILOK
ANDCLOTHIEK.
Quick Meal Gasoline Stoves
- -n 49 Comfortable cooking. All through the summer your kitchen 2 *
y > 5 will be cool if you have one of these stoves. Easy to run gj
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General Hardware Stoves and *
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* j es , Iron Beds , Springs , Mattresses and &
* Furniture , windmills and Pumps , *
| j Piano Mowers and Bakes.
-FRAHK FISCHER ,
JAMES B- HULL
THE OWL Proprietor.
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HERALD PURE RYE WHISKEY
Ale and Porter , And FRED KRUG'S BEER
Choicest Wines and Cigars ,
VALENTINE 2Z NEBRASKA
CITIZENS MEAT MARKET
HENRY STETTER , PROP
FRESH FRUIT AND GAME
IN THEIR SEASON
First-class line of Steaks , Koasts
Dry Salt Meats , Smoked
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Chartered as a State Bank Chartered as a National Bank
June 1 , 1884. August 12. 1902 ,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Valentine , , Nebraska.
( Successor to )
of
APITAL PAID IN A General Banking
S25OOQ. ' Exchange and
* Collection Business.
C. H. CORNELL , President. J. T. MAY , Vice-President.
M. V , NicaoLsdNj Cashier
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* TALK OF THE TOWN
Local Weather Record
U. S. Department of Agriculture I
Weather Bureau j
Valentine , Nebraska , week ending G a , m ,
August 19,1903 ,
Maximum temperature 87 degrees on the 9th
Minimum temperature , 55 degrees on the 15th.
Mean temperature. 72.3 degrees , which Is 0.2
degree below the normal.
Total precipitation , 1.13 inch , which is 0 36 inch
above the normal.
H.McIY BALDWIN ,
Official in Charge ,
Fancy China at Mrs. Elmore's
Mrs. M. V. Nicholson is on the
sick list this week.
Nels Rowley was in town Mon
day after supplies for the hay field.
The Valentine Bottling Work
puts up the finest kind of soft
drinks. 17
Milt Dunham , of Kennedy , ex
pects to move his family to Valen
tine this fall so that his children
may have the benefit of our excel
lent schools.
C. M. Conger , formerly a print
er on the Democratic Blade in this
city but lately from Takamah ,
called to see us last Thursday while
in the city.
Mr. and Mrs. Byerly , of Ring-
gold , Jowa , are here visiting at
the home of the latter's sister Mrs.
Graef , near Harmony. Mr. By
erly has poor health and desires
to try the curative qualities of this
climate.
John Sharp and Wm. Schitfern ,
of Norden , are in town this week
getting a J. I. Case thresher and
horse power which they pur
chased of the Ludwig Lumber Co. i
of which our friend L. C. Sparks
s manager.
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Ed Satterlee , of Nenzel , was in
Valentine Monday , visiting friends
and looking after business. He
called at this office and set his sub-'a '
scription ahead another year. Ed
is a pleasant gentlemen to meet
and does a good business at Nenzel.
Mrs. Jaquins , of Sparks , was in
the city Saturday , trading with
our merchants. She said the farm
ers around Sparks have the best
reps this year they have had for
several years. Her son John re
turned home with her to assist in
putting up hay.
Last Saturday night the teach- '
> rs and officers of the Sunday
school and members of the choir 'l '
of the M. E. church gave a recept
ion to Prof. Gregory at the home
of Mr. arid Mrs. J. C. Eorthorp.
Ice cream and cake were served.
In behalf of those present Rev.
Ray , in a very appropriate speech ,
presented the Prof , a pearl hand
le letter opener.
In speaking of the selection of
Valentine for the location of the
Junior Normal , Prof. Gregory
said : "I have attended summer
schools at many places , but never
before have I heard so many complementary G
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plementary remarks by the teach Gai
es. They are all satisfied with ai
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the treatment received and have A
lad a most enjoyable time. I fc
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leartily concurr in their opinion w
and have spent one of the most st
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pleasant summers of my life. " G
If you toot your little tooter , and
then lay aside your horn there's
not a soul in ten short days will
know that you were born. The C.
man who gathers pumpkins is the It
man who plows all day , the man ai
who keeps on humping is the man H
who makes it pay. The man who M
advertises , with a short and sudden TJ
erk , is the man who blames the tii
iditor if it didn't work. The man jo
yho gets the business makes a lonj.r se
and steady pull , and keeps the miltU
ing paper from year to year quite w
full. He plans the advertising in by
a careful , thoughtful way , and w
forever at it , until he makes oi
it pay. Ex. . .tl
Stop at Quigley & Chapman's
and get a quart of Ice Cream for
the family. 24 10
Jake Breechbill , of Sparks , was
in town Monday and called at this
office < for a friendly chat.
Last night while the M. "W. A.
I h lodge was in session , iniating new
members , Fred Paxton and Mark
Wilson , the Royal Neighbors gath
ered in ] the dining hall with ice
cream , cake and lemonade and sur
prised the Woodmen who hurried
through with the work preliminary
and joined with the Royal Neigh
bors for a social time in eating the
best ice cream possible to make and
cake such as you seldom see. The
time was spent in pleasant conver
sation and merry making until a
late hour when we departed for
our homes with a kindly feeling
toward these good and Royal Neigh
bors.
bors.The
The Rev. Father Muyssen cele
brated the Holy Sacrifice of the
Mass at Nenzel last Saturday , feast
of the Assumption of the blessed
Virgin Mary. After Mass he in
structed the children in the holy
catholic doctrine , and in the after
noon , he visited several members
of his parish all scattered in the
country. At night he went up to
Merriman where he said Mass and
gave a catechetical instruction. He
had service again at Cody last
Tuesday morning and came back
to Valentine in the evening. Next
Sunday , Father Muyssen will say
, he early mass at Ft. Niobrara aad
the second mass in Valentine at
half past ten in the morning.
Hearty welcome to all.
Card ot /Thanks.
We wish to thank our neighbors
and frieiids for their kindness dur
ing the sickness and burial of our
wife and mother.
W. P. DAVIS AND FAMILY.
M. E. CJnircU Notes.
Rev. P. H. Eighmy will hold
the last quarterly meeting next
Sunday , preaching at both ser
vices : At the morning service he
will administer the Lord's Supper.
This fall Bro. .Eighmy finishes
his sixth year as Presiding Elder ,
which is the limit allowed by the
church. Be sure and attend these
meetings. -
Normal frotes
The teachers survived examina
tions exceedingly well.
Miss Daniels , Supt. of-Brown Co. ,
and her entire corps ol teachers
are ih attendance at the Union In
stitute this week.
Miss Perdue ' visited the Junior
Normal Monday and Tuesday and
talked to the pupils at chapel hour
and the afternoons of both clays.
The entertainment given by Prof.
Gregory and his chorus class last
Monday evening was a grandsuccess !
and appreciated by all who attended.
As the class stepped upon the plat
form this remark was heard , "I
wish that crowd of people could
stay in Valentine alwajs. " Prof.
Gregory deserves very much praise
for the way in which he handled
and trained his class.
On Wednesday evening the W.
. T. U. gave a reception to the
Instructors and teachers in attend
ance at the Junior Normal , at Bethei
Hall. In the musical story told ,
Miss jMargrret Conger . of Norcleu ,
The program consisting of recita
tions and music was very . "much en
joyed. Ice cream and cake were
served to which ample justice was
done. The Junior Normal yells
were < , given and some pieces sung
Prof. Gregory's chorus and all
went home feeling that the ppople
Valentine know how to make
their guests have a good time.
Vi NEW FALL WAISTS fi WAISTINGS
4 ? Heavy Mercerized Cotton Waists fc o
jj White and Tan , handsomely embroidered. The season's ? *
J | swell waists . $4.00 to StnOOjJ
< ? Black Pean tie Soie Waists &
2 ? Well made , handsome waists of finest material , art de-f JJb
< tf sign . . § 5.00 to $6.00. $ *
JS Taffeta Silk Wai * < | J
< 3 All colors. Dainty , pretty , scrviccabl..6$4.00 and § 5.00&fr
Jj Silk Testings
* ? Black , white and all colors. Come in .waist patterns only , j *
. Every pattern different . . ' 75c per yard.
Silk Oxfords
All Colors . . . . _ . . . . . . . ' . . S5c per yard.
40 Blue and black . . , - . . $1.25 per yard , i *
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2g Mercerized Oxfords . ST
< f $ Very handsome . . . $1-.5 Pcr yarc il
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TJ Heavy Weight Etnmlnes : JA ? r
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Black , white and blue . " . $1:75 : per yard *
Special Sale
< ? Wright and Ditson Tennis Balls . 45c a piece.
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4 ? GENERAL MERCHANTS
Out * Spring Goods
are now in'and we arc prepared 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
Farming Implements
let us figure -with1 you.
MAX E. VIERTBL 'NEBRASKA CROOKSTCXN'
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Our Groceries
Arc best for GOOD LIVING. You get satisfaction - '
faction from Good Groceries and we get satis
faction in furnishing them. We give you the
best in quality at a price you arc willing to pay.
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HAY TOOLS
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Sweeps , Loaders and Eakes
And in fact everything needed in the hay field.
Corn Harvesters , Shredders and Potato
Diggers
Almost household necessities. '
Eclipse Windmills , Gasoline Engines ,
Pumps , Cylinders and Well Pipe.
QS IlE oot TOTT TOX *
Lumber for Corrals.
Lime , Plaster , Stucco and Hair when
you are building.
SPECIAL TRICE on Barb WireV , ' , :
We want you to know that we have everything usiiallS' : " - "
kept in our line. Come in and. feel at home.
L. G. SPARKS , Manager.
00 YOU WANT A WINDMILLiCzr"
The place to get the best Windmill , also pumps aii'd Tanks./ ;
Firet duur south of the.Donoher Bouse ? ' -
Highest cash price paid for Hides and Frtra. > " .
S.MOON - - - Valentine ,

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