Valentine Democrat. (Valentine, Neb.) 1900-1930, August 30, 1906, Image 1

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THE VALENTINE
VOLUME "X1TT VALENTINE. NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , AUGUST 30 , 1906. NUMBER 33
Harness
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Saddles
We wish to call your attention to the
fact that we carry a complete line of
- ' ! Harness , Saddelry Goods , Strap Work ,
/ Sweat Pads , Ely Covers , etc , , etc.
Simmons' Patent Throat Horse Collars ,
Guaranteed never to break and equal
to any $ .00 collar on the market.
If in need of anything in this line
call and see us or send us your order
by mail. Quality and price guaran
teed. We wish also to call your at
tention to other goods which you
might need at this time , such as
"Keen Kutler" Hay Forks ,
V - the best on earth. Why ? Because
they are made right , priced right
and made from the best material.
Always buy
"Auto" Mounted Ball Bearing
GRIND STONES
Send us your mail orders or
phone to No 6 , Hardware Department- "
RED FRONT MERC. CO.
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SEE OUR NEW LINE OP
Spring Clothing
Ladies Shirt Waists
and Skirts
. STINARD
W. C. T. U. DAY ,
September 12.
OjLalfsales * nade this day at Geo. H. Hornby's store the W. C. T. U.
is to receive'ld per cent. Call and make your purchases , as we now
L en fiie lme' ' of holiday goods > furniture , rugs and carpets , and
many prices that will interest. Help the ladies by purchasing of
them on that day.
6 HOLE STEEL RANGE
With Eeservoir and "Warming Closet $26.00
\ J SNOW BALL EASY RUNNING WASHERS
Picnic Goods , Paper Plates , Napkins ,
Cups , Hammocks , Lawn ; Swings ,
Balls and Bats.
Tinware , Oils , Etc , Lamps , Crockery , Lime , Coal Paper
FURNITURE and COFFINS ,
Incensed Embalmer
Chartered as a National Bank
State Bank
Chartered as a
1 , 1884. August 12. 1902 ,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Valentine , Nebraska.
( Successor to )
IN fe/ > A General tanking
Exchange and
. Collection Business.
Cj > E. CORNELL , President. J. T. MAY , Vice-President.
* * .M , Y , NICHOLSON , Cashier , "
NEW TIME TABLE , 0. & H. W.
WEST150UD , EASTEOUND ,
1:47A.M. No. 5 "
Ko. G " 4:35AM
9:40 A. II. No. 81 freight.
No. 82 " 400 P. M ,
No. 11G " 5:20 A. M
11:45P.M. No. 119 " ( Doesn'tcarry psgrs !
Talk of the Town.
J. O. Beatty has sold the Efner
dwelling to Luke Bates.
Dr. B. F. Jeffers came down
from Cody and visited in town
Sunday.
There is not a block in this
bloomin' town that has a side walk
all around it.
Grant Boyer has been employed
by J. J. Me Lean to strip and lath
his dwelling preporatory to plaster
ing and will leave a dead air space.
Don't forget to attend the North
Table reunion and fair Saturday ,
September 8 , 1906 , in Dunn's
grove , opposite O. W. Hahn's
place.
Peder Thorsen of Gordon was
in our city on business Tuesday.
He is now living in Sheridan Co. ,
on a farm west of his ranch in this
county.
Mrs. S. A. Sears has sold her
residence recently purchased of
Archie Pettycrew to Mr. and Mrs.
E. C. Scovel ) teachers on the
Reservation.
F. It. Bivens of Rosebud was in
town yesterday. He has been out
in Wyo. on a visit during his
Vacation the past month and returned * -
turned by way of Fremont *
The night operator , Sparks , and
family have gone back to Missouri
and Mr. Peterson . , and family off
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the Red Front Merc. Co. will
occupy the Kincaid dwelling.
Dr. Wadswortb , president of the
Bellevue College , will preach in the
Presbyterian church next Sunday
morning. All are invited to hear
him. At night Rev. Morgan
preaches his farewell sermon.
E D. Spencer , formerly section
foreman on the C. & N. W. , but
now living on a homestead 15 miles
west of town , and also a partner
of Aug. Epke in the well drilling
business , was in town Monday.
Mrs. Layport is taking up her
houseplants and preparing for
winter. The recent cold spell
made us all shiver with cold , and
Sunday night there was said to be
a light touch of frost. The
weather is warmer now.
The ladies' aid of the M. E.
church will serve ice cream and
supper at the home oEMrs. North-
rup on Wednesday evening , Sept.
5th , beginning at 5 o'clock. Sup
per and ice cream 25c , or ice cream
and cake 15c. All are invited.
Frank M. Sageser has resigned
his position at Chambers and has
accepted one with J. F. Asay of
Ruahville. He and Joe Munshow-
er of Cody were in town Monday.
Mrs. Sageser had stopped at Cody
until Frank got moved and settled.
Misses Lena McCrea and Hattie
Gaskill wentdownfrom the Sparks
reunion to Norden , where they
will visit several weeks with re
latives : Mesdames Huddle and
Oakley , who are sisters to Mr. Mc
Crea , and with Mrs. Myrtle
Morrison.
The Sparks Re-Union held last
Friday and Saturday had a good
attendance and the weather was
cool. The Ball game was the
principle feature. Sparks vs
Valentine played five innings for
a purse of § 10 which was won by
Valentine in a score of 7 to 6.
Valentine vs Norden played the
last five innings for a purse of § 5
and was won by. Nbrden in a score
of 5 to" 4. Both games were
interesting and a number of Valen
tine people were there.
GENUINE BARGAINS ! ftI ftw
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. We are offering you a few bargains for next week- & >
4 ? These .won't last long , so don't miss the chance to buy : $
Cloth ,
4 ? ' regular width , No. 1 grade , - &
| J ? , per yard IOC
Shelf Oil Cloth ,
jS good grade , per yard 5c
? Standard Colored Silkoline ,
S " 36 inches wide best
, , quality , - / \
23 per yard JLUC
J55 We have also a line of Lawns and Summer Goods which
we are closing out at 5c per yard.
Get Your
CLOTHING
at
T. C. Hornby's
Floyd Pettycrew who has been
employed in Quigley and Chap-
man's drug store ( later owned by
Mr. Chapman ) for several years ,
resigned his position last Saturday ,
and Sunday started to Ann Arbor ,
Mich. , where he expects to take a
two years course in pharmacy.
Floyd will be missed here by his
associates and friends who will all
join us in wishing him success.
Rev. C. E. Connell is the new
M. E. minister for Valentine this
year. Many of our people are ac
quainted with him and also his
wife , who is a daughter of Joseph
VanBuskirk of Gordon , and is a
sister to Mrs. Fannie YanBuskirk-
Moore. They were formerly in
charge of the Merriman pulpit
and come here from Atkinson.
A bum printer , W. IJ. Totten ,
who had formerly had employment
on the Cow Boy , dropped into
town last Friday and wanted a
square meal and work enough to
pay for it. We sent him down to
the hotel for dinner , expecting
him to come back promptly to go
to work. We had a lot of job
work on hand and expected to give
him enough work to earn some
money but he failed to show up
after dinner. We think that such
men are not to be trusted , and are
thankful to lose only a quarter to
learn the man.
Rev. J. W. Morgan fias resigned
his charge of the Presbyterian
church at Valentine and has accept
ed a similar charge at Norfolk.
He preaches his farewell sermon
here next Sunday night and all are
invited to hear him. Rev , Morgan
and family have been here about a
year during which time they have
made numerous friends and have
endeared themselves especially to
all church going people who will
regret their departure and will
commend them to Norfolk people.
Union meetings have been 'held
in Valentine during the past year
in which Rev. Morgan officiated.
The entire Presbyterian and
Methodist congregations came to
gether in the Methodist church to
hear him and the latter has often
gone to his church. Truly Valen
tine will miss Rev. ' Morgan and
family.
Curtain Swiss ,
27 inches wide , good quality ,
per yard
Laces and Insertions to
match , 2 inches to 5 inches wide
per yard 0 C
ft
Ladies' Black Hose ,
good grade ,
lOc
per pair
Spring and
Summer
Goods
Arriving
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Come and inspect our
Stock. We will try
and please you.
North Table Telephone
( Call Two Long Eings. )
MAX B. VIBRTBL CliOOKSTUJh NEBRASKA
Dealer in Everything.
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WE BUY
what you have to sell.
WE SELL YOU
what you want to buy.
Call and see us. Phone 23
W. A. PETTYCREW , GENERAL MDSE.
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3 FRED WHITTEMORE , Pres. CHARLES SPARKS , Caslne- .
J. W. STETTER , Vice Pres. ORAH L. BRITTON , Ass't. Cashier. I
Persons seeking a place of safety for their money , will profit by 1
investigating the methods employed in our business. : : : : : : : : : :
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CONFECTIONERY
Tobaccos and Cigars.
Canned Goods 3C3Z Lunch Counter.
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Phone 7 Home Bakery.
re aPg ira Jfr S EKEZid
AYERS BROS.
Having engaged in the Meat and Butcher business , we
shall endeavor to keep the best meats obtainable in.a
clean and up to date shop. We solicit a share of. your
patronage and invite you to visit our shop. : : : : . : : : :
Flour and fnternational Stock Food. / - - ?
VALENTINE NEBRASKA. . AYERS BROS
East side of Main St.
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