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JgftJLTJME XXI VALENTINE. NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , SEPTEMBER 20 , 1906. NUMBER 36
-We wish to call your attention to the
fact that we carry a complete line of
Harness , Saddlery Goods , Strap Work ,
- Sweat Pads , Fly Covers , etc , , etc.
Simmons' Patent Throat Horse Collars , $3 ,
Guaranteed never to break and equal
to any &LOO 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 Sutler" Hay Forks ,
. the best on earth. Why ? Because
' ' ' : ' - . they are made right , priced right
} V * - - an mad ° from t 6 es material.
* f "Auto" Mounted Ball Bearing
i : GKIND STONES
Send us your mail orders or
phone to No 5 , Hardware Department
RED FRONT MERC. CO.
J2LSEE.OUR 'NE-W LINE OF
Ladies Shirt Waists
T AND BUGGIES
Third car shipped this year , arrives this week.
Call in and see the best assortment of
Buggies , Glassware , Crockery , Lamps ,
and WeddingrPfese jts to suit everybody ,
Five Eiectric.Lamps 55c ,
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6 HOLE STEEL RANGE
With Eeservoir and "Warming Closet $26.00
i GEO. H. HORNBY ,
Wagons and Buggies
Lumber and Hardware
Pictures Framed to Order ,
TINWARE , OILS , ETC.
Lamps , Crockery , Lime , Coal , Paper.
s EURNITURE AND COFFINS.
jistablishei in Yaentiue since 1885. .Licensed Embalmer
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' B Chartered as a State Bank Chartered as a National Bank
June 1 , 1884. August 12 , 1902 ,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
M1 Valentine , Nebraska.
( Successor to )
PAID IN A General BankiDg
) 0. H. CORNELL , President. J. T. MAY , Vice-President.
M. Y | KIOHOLSON , Cashier.
NEW TIME TABLE , C. & H. W.
1VHSTROUD , EASTBOUNU.
1:47 A.M. No. 5 "
No. U " 4:33 : A. M ,
9:40 A.M. No. 81 freight.
No. 82 " 4:00 : P.M.
No. 1IC " 5 : 0 A. M.
11:431' . M. No. 119 " ( Doesn 't carry
Meetings at tlie 31. E. Churcli Every
Sunday School begins at 10:00 o'clock.
" " 11:00 "
Junior Leamie " " 2:33 p m
Epwortli League begins at 6:30 o'c'ock.
Preaching " " 7.3) )
EEV. C. E. COXXELO , Pastor
Talk of the Town.
Edward Searby was down from
The Brown county fair Septem
ber 26 , 27 and 28.
Burgess Hartigan has been vis
iting friends in our city this week.
Mrs. Chas. lleece continues to
improve and is now able to sit up.
A. F , Webb went to Merriman
and Cody the first of the week on
Mass will be said at the Catholic
church Sunday , Oct. 7 , at 7 and
10:30" : . in.
Judge Towne is able to up and
out driving around again and at
tending to business.
John Eaton and family moved
to Woodlake this week to take
charge of the Lakeview hotel.
Dan. Barnes will have a big
Aberdeen Angus cattle sale Oc-
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tober 20. Watch for big bills.
Thomas McClean of Brownlee
and J. C. Larson of Elsmere were
in town yesterday and called on us.
Miss Louisa Bates , who has been
visiting her brother , L. M. , for
several weeks , returns'to Lincoln
Friday. , . . - ,
W. S. Gillaspie called at our
office while in town yesterday ,
'settling up the estate of W. J.
Rainbolt , he being administrator.
Jack Wales ana Mrs. Marie
Brown were married at Crookston
last Wednesday , Rev. Magill of
ficiating. Mrs. Brown is the landr
lady of the Crookstou hotel.
U. S. weather bureau report for
week ending Sept. 19 , shows daily
mean temperature 55 ° was 7 °
below the normal. Highest tem
perature was 74 ° ; lowest 38 ° .
Precipitation was 2.06 inches.
$1000 stock has been subscribed
to start a county fair. A meeting
held last night at the First National
Bank decided to hold another on
October 17 at 2:00 : o'clock p.m. ,
inviting all interested to attend.
K. H. Ely and R. W. Mason ,
representing the Alden Publishing
company of Chicago , are in Cher
ry county collecting material' for
the compendium of reminiscence
and biographical history of west
Miss Frances Thackre'y has been
transfered as teacher from a
Montana Indian school to the Rose
bud Boarding school and arrived
here this week. She is a sister
to J. E. Thackrey , Miss Cora
and Mrs. Chas. Reece.
Mrs. Lieut. Donald has recover
ed from a severe illness , which for
a time seemed serious. Mrs. Don
ald has been staying with ' her
mother , Mrs. Davenport , since the
25th went to Texas , awaiting the
return of Lieut. Donald for her
when he 'was comfortably settled
in his new quarters.
Lieut. Col. Brush , an inspector
of the U. S. A. , and Capt. Swobe ,
C. Q. M. , of Omaha were at Fort
Niobrara last week. We learn
that nearly all the buildings of the
Fort ( save six of the best ) were
condemned. These will be ordered
sold and the ground cleared.
Tomorrow a sale -of wood , coal ,
pipes and articles in the Q. M.
office will close up business at the
Fort. What does it mean ?
& & * & & &M& & & & & & & & * te& & & & & & & & & & &
This is the last week we are offering these prices ,
SO GET BUSY.
8 Oil Cloth , Curtain Swiss ,
regular width , No. 1 grade , 27 inches wide , good quality ,
per yard ; per yard
Shelf Oil Cloth , Laces and Insertions to & &
good grade , per yard . 5c match , 2 inches to 5 inches wide
o ? Standard Colored Silkoline , Ladies' Black Hose ,
? 36 inches wide , best ,
good grade ,
per yard - per pair lOc
We have also a line of Lawns and Summer Goods which
we are closing out at * 5c per yard. & 1 + >
Buy where you can
get the assortment.
. " 'C. Hornby.
Or. K. Trace well is in Iowa , this
week selling a load of horses.
The ladies aid society and the
Epworth League of the M. E.
church are making some much
needed improvements in the way
of papering at the M.E. parsonage.
Married , Sunday morning , Sep
tember 16,190G , at the home of
Chas. Pete in Valentine , Albert E.
Spall and Miss Lulu M. Spain ,
both of Simeon , Nebr. . Kev. C. E.
Conneli pastor of the M. E.
church , officiating.
Frank and Al Cowden are go
ing to have a sale Thursday , Sept.
27 , 1906 , at Frank's place , 10
miles northeast of Valentine on
North Table. They offer 93 head
of cattle , 15 head of horses , their
farming implements , a top buggy
1,000 feet of lumber , etc. Sale
begins at ten o'clock and they give
a free lunch at noon. ( jr. E.
Trace well is the auctioneer.
D. P. White had an accident
while driving to town Tuesday
evening at D. M. Jeffers' place , a
short distance west of the city.
His team became frightened at
something and 'sta'rted to run ,
throwing Mr. "White out in a mud
hole beside the road and the spring
wagon ran over his hand but he
was not seriously hurt. The team
ran on overtaking Mr. White's
son William who was about 100
yards a head on horseback. The
tongue of the spring wagon had
come down and ran onto his
horse's feet as the frightened
horses surged against his horse
and scared him out of the way , but
when William saw that it was his
father's team he gave chase and
caught them a short distance
farther and ran the horses into the
fence knocking one horse down
and upsetting the spring wagon.
He then made a search for his
father whom he found emerging
from the mud hole but not seriously
hurt beyond a severe jolting up.
It cost him § 7 to repair the broken
wagon. Port says it was a gentle ,
trusty team but thinks he'd been
feeding them too well.
Come and inspect ou
Stock. We will try
and please you.
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North Table Telephone
( Call Two Long Rings. )
MAX S. VIBRTSL CUOOKJSTO.N NEBRASKA
Dealer in Elveri/thing.
what you have to sell.
what you want to buy.
Call and see us. Phone 23
I W. A. PETTYCREW , GENERAL MDSE.
FRED WHITT-EMOFIE , Pres CHARLES SPARKS , Casliie- .
J. W. STETrES , Vice Pres. OR.VH LVBRITTON , Ass't. Cashier.
Valentine State Bank Ha Be ?
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Capital Surplus 03 * i *
Ort o $25,000. $2,500. 33 O
Persons seeking a place of safety for their money , wiU'profit f by
investigating the methods employed in our business. : : : ; : : : ; . , L
Tobaccos and Cigars.f +
Canned Goods 2C3C Lunch Counter.
Phone 7 Home Bakery.
Get your property insured by 1.1
M. Rice and you will be safe. His
companies pay losses promptly.
Lavi Grass of Des Moines , la. ,
has been here visiting his sister ,
Mrs. Brosius , on North Table the
past two weeks , and Wednesday
Mrs. Brosius and son Walter ac
companied him to Wakefield , where
they will visit a cousin a couple of
weeks. Mr. Guss was out here
last fall. He is interested in the
Mutual telephone system of Des
Notice to Contractors.
Bids for Crookston two -story
school house will be received by
the school board September 25 ,
1906. Plans and specifications
can be seen at Max Viertel's store
at Crookston. . - - -
By Order of the Board.- - 2.
JA IES A. ERASER , Moderator.5 :
MAX E. VIERTEL , Direccor , . " '
Kev. Ed Magill of Grookston-
stopped off in Valentine Monday-
morning on his his way to
worth to transact business.
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