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THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT.
VOLUME XVIII VALENTINE , NEBRASKA. APRIL 9,1903. NUMBER 12
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IT COSTS YOU NOTHING
to figure with us on
shelf and heavy hard
ware. We carry a new
and complete line of
everything that belongs - .
longs to the hardware
business. We make
quality a specialty.
GOOD GOODS will
talk for themselves.
ow
We also carry a complete line of E- ] $
J * liott's celebrated anti-rust Tinware , jj
* each and every piece guaranteed never j
* to rust. Also Simmon's "VanDyke" Enameled - $
ameled Ware. These are sold only by jj
Red Front Mercantile Go , *
WE ARE
Headquarters for Busby Gloves , Stetson
Hats , California Pants and Suits.
Tailoring in all Branches
. 8 11N A K U. AND CLOTHIER.
COAL FRANZ FISCHER f , COAL i
Kock Springs -DEALER IN- Big Muddy
GENERAL HARDWARE
ft
Stoves and Ranges Iron Beds , Springs
Tinware and Enand Mattresses
amel Ware Furniture
Prussian Stock and Poultry Food
All kinds of seeds Alfalfa Seed
WINDMILLS , PUMPS PLANO MOWEES
T. YEARNSHAW
HE OWL SALOON
rf JAMES B- HULL
B Q C' * ' Cf
$ Sole Agents for
HERALD PUKE RYE WHISKEY
Ale and Porter , And FRED KRUG'S BEER
Choicest Wines and Cigars ,
VALENTINE A ; NEBRASKA
CITIZENS MEAT MARKET
J. W STETTER , PROP
FRESH FRUIT AND GAME
IN THEIR SEASON
First class line of Steaks , Roasts
Drj Salt Meats , Smoked
Chartered as a State Bant Chartered as a National Bank
Jun- , 1884. August 12. 1902 ,
Th" FIRST NATIONAL BANK j ' . 1 '
Valentine , Nebraska.
( Successor to )
CAPITAL PAID iN A Generfll Bnnking
S25 000. Exchange and j 1
* Collection Business. <
"C. H. CORNELL , President. J. T. MAY , Vice-President. I
M * V ) NICHOLSON ) Cashier. COEA L * WATTEB Assistant Cashier *
TALK OF THE TOWN
Local Weather Record
U. S. Department of Agriculture (
Weather Bureau f
Valentine. Nebraska , week ending C a' , m. ,
April 8.1903.
Maximum temperature 74 degrees on the 1st.
Minimum Temperature. 24 degrees on the 7ih.
Mean temperature. 44.4 degrees , which is 0 4
degree a hove the normal.
Total precipitation , a trace , which is059lnh
below the normal.
H. McP , BALDWIN ,
Official in Charge.
Yank O'Brien , of the reserva
tion , was doing business in town
last Saturday.
Dr. C. V. Holsclaw , of Merri-
man , came down Monday afternoon -
noon to spend a couple of days in
this city and to visit with old time
friends.
James McClain , of the Rosebud
reservation , spent a couple of day
in this city last week , doing some
trading and shaking hands with
old time friends.
Ed Blakey and Wm. Ballard Jr.
remained in Ainsworth several
days the past week combining
business with pleasure. Ains
worth Star Journal.
Walther Meltendorff was down
one day this week ffoni Valentine
and secured the required number
of signers to entitle him to a per
mit to run a saloon if the election
wills. Star Journal.
A Missouri newspaper has found
a record-breaker , a farmer having
advertised as follows : For Sale
a full-blooded Jersey cow , giving
twelve quarts of milk a day , three
tons of hay , a wagon , and a kitchen
stove. Ex.
Monthly report of school district
$ fo. 49 for month beginning Feb.
23 and ending March 20 , 1908.
Number of pupils enrolled , 14 ; av
erage daily attendance , 12 ; those
not absent nor tardy were : Ada ,
Alice , William and Lyle Steele ,
May , Luie , Roy and William Starr.
Visitors : FredWinslow.
ALTA STARR , Teacher.
Morning subject at the M. E.
church next Sunday , "Heathenism
versus Christianity. " Evening ,
Members of the Sunday school
will render a very helpful and in
teresting program , commemorat
ing the Easter time. Bring your
friends and come early and enjoy
this service.
Wm. Klingaman , of Woodlakc ,
was a pleasant caller at this office
last Saturday. He is an old time
democrat and is a firm believer in
the principles as set forth by W.
J. Bryan. We admire men of
strong convictions for the right
and one who does not have to wait
for the national convention to take
a stand before he is sure that he is
right.
He didn't have a dollar , he didn't
have a dime. His clothes and shoes
were looking just as though they'd
served their time. He didn't try
to kill himself to dodge misfort
une's whacks. Instead he got
some ashes and he filled five dozen
sacks. In the paper in the morn
he advertised tin polish that would
put the world to scorn. He kept
on advertising and now , suffice to
say , he's out in California at his
cottage on the bay. " Ex.
There will be a meeting of Col.
Wood Post , No. 208 , G. A. R. , at
the County Judge's office in Val
entine on Saturday , April , IS , at
2 o'clock p. m. for the purpose of
maki ng arrangements for Memorial
service , May 24th and 30th. All
members of the Post and all sold
iers of the Civil war are requested
to be present at that time , so that
\re will have ample time to make
the necessary arrangement for dec
orating the graves of our deceased
comrades. W. W. THOJIVSON ,
Oo , Poefrjfo. 906.-
Miss Orvilla Carey and Mrs.
McLaughlin wentup to Crookston
last week to spend a couple of days
with friends.
John Zaiser called at our office
last week to get a copy of the DEM
OCRAT and get acquainted. He has
lately come to our country from
the East.
Mrs. Viola Cook returned Sun
day from an extended visit with
friends at Fairbury , Nebr. , looking
real well and says she has enjoyed
a good visit.
Attorney A. M. Morrissey , of
Valentine , was in the city Sunday
circulating with friends. He had
business in Rushville Saturday and
thought it a good time Saturday
night to run up here and see his
old time friends. ChadronJour
nal.
Report of school district No. 46
for the month beginning March S ,
and ending April 3,1903. Num
ber of days taught , 20 ; number of
pupils enrolled , 5 ; neither absent
nor tardy ; Francis , Louis , Roy
and Ethel Hook , and Alice John
son ; number of visitors , 6.
Woodlake school report for
month ending April 3 , 1903 :
Grammar Dept.
Number enrolled , 30 ; average daily
attendance , 23 ; neither absent nor
tardy : Marion King , Mattie Parks ,
Vivian Young , Eoy and Miller
Wagner. LILLIAN HEDRICK ,
Prin.
Primary Department.
Numben of days taught , 17 ; num
ber enrolled , 49 ; average daily at
tendance , 39 ; neither absent nor
tardy : Clint Day , Dor win Mc-
Namee , Eva Richardson , Floyd and
Samuel Wagner.
LAURA TILLSON , Teacher.
Attorneys Harrington and Mul
len filed a suit in the district court
last Tuesday for Michael P. Jordon ,
of Rock county , against the Fre
mont , Elkhorn and Missouri Val
ley railroad , in which Jordon sues
the above company for $40,000
damages on account of injuries al
leged to have been received while
on a train operated on defendant's
road in July , 1901. Plaintiff al
leges that he was a passenger on
defendant's road and when the
train arrived at Newport , the des
tination of plaintiff , he got of his
seat and walked to the door. About
the time he reached the door the
train stopped suddenly and plaintiff
was thrown backwards and injured
his wrist , side and head in said fall
and that said injuries seriously im
paired the health of the plaintiff.
The case will probably come up at
the next term of the district court.
O'neill Frontier.
* c *
Educational Department.
BY A SENIOR
We live in deeds , not in years ; in thots not
breaths ,
In feelings , not in figures on a dial.
We should eojnt time by heart throbs.
He must lives , who thinks most , feels the noblest
lest , acts the best.
Leona , Tethcrow , of Mrs.
Vaughn's room , is ill this week.
Miss Kief began a spring term
of school in the Doty district this
week.
Mrs. Bretiklander and Mrs. Mc-
Quade visited the grammar and
intermediate rooms.
Veni and Sylvia Safranek , of
Ft. Niobrara , and Verna Carson ,
re-entered school last \vefek.
Miss Kief * Miss Thorn , Ada
Stinard and Nby Ashburn wore
visitors of the high school last
week.
I
Easter Lingerie
49
49 49 This season's styles are dainty , useful , essentially JJ
49 feminine , Something to delight the heart ofi >
49 49 every true woman , We invite the ladies to come
49 and inspect our stock. 3 5C ? o >
49
Ladies' Corset Covers
49
49 Hemstitched with embroidery beading and iiv
49 49 sei tion. 50c to $1.00. 2 2 3C
49 49 Hemstitched with lace insertion and edging , 60c
49 75c , 85c , $1.00 to $2:00 : X X X
49
49 Tight fitting'waists , 25c to 50c ? ? Z
49
Ladies Night Gowns
49 49 Trimmed with embroidery and insertion , good
49 1 engths and full widths , 75c to $2,00 X X J *
49 or
$ Ladies' Drawers and Skirts
4 ?
Correctly cut and shaped , full proportioned ,
daintily trimmed , 40c to $2 , 50 A : A :
49 &fr
Davenport & Thacher jj
4 ? GENERAL MERCHANTS i >
clean up
WINTER GOODS
we will sell for the next two weeks
All Wool and Cotton Blankets , Outing
Flannels , Underwear , Shirts , Duck
Coats , Sweaters and Overshoes
at COST.
Remember tlie winter is not over and these
goods are all new and uptodate. .
Groceries at Bottom Figures.
MAX E. VIERTBL NEBRASKA CROOKSTON
WE HAVE
Toilet Soaps that will not chap the face or hands , Haar-
mans Gherkins and bottled pickles , Pickled Pearl
Onions Stuffed Olives , Ketchup Chow Chow , Can
ned Goods , Jellies , Preserves , Candied Pine
apples , Potted Ham and Lunch goods.
Everything to tempt the Appetite.
W. A. Pettycrew , General Merchandise.
THE LUDWIG LUMBER YARD
In addition to a complete line of
Lumber , Lime , Cement and
BUILDEES HARDWABE
also handle a full assortment of the celebrated
JOHN DEERE farming implements
and the old reliable
"We also carry in stock
Rakes , Sweeps , Hay presses , Wind Mills ,
Barb Wire , Wagons , Buggies
and in fact all tools used on the rancher
or farm. Call and see us and let us
quote you prices.
L. C. SPARKS , Manager.
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FKED WHITTEMOUE. President CHAUI.ES SHARKS , Gabbier
J. W STKTTEK , Vice President CLAICA WATSOX , AssibtantCaslrier
Interest paid ou time
deposits.
VALENTINE STATE BANK
Capital , S25.0OO
VALENTINE , NEBIiASK
Surplus , 81,004) Persons seeking a place of safety for their
Office Hours money , will profit by investigating the
' 0 A. M. to 4 P. M. methods employed in pur business.

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