Valentine Democrat. (Valentine, Neb.) 1900-1930, October 25, 1906, Image 1
' i < . V ffiBtorical Society . ; * * " " * - r , : . * i ; * . - ; = ? > . rcn-n-ti - ti - JSi ' 71 VOLUME VALENTINE. NEBRASKA. THURSDAY , OCTOBER 25 , 1906. NUMBER 41 won Now is the time to look over your stoves. If .you are going to need a Furnace , a Base Burner , a Heater , a Range or anything in the stove line do not fail to look up the following. It means dollars to you. We car ry a complete line of Peninsular Base Burn = ers , Heaters and Ranges , a line of stoves made upon hon or. There are scores of them in use right in your own com munity , and everyone speaks praises for the entire line. Their make up includes all the latest improvements in the stove line. In addition to the Peninsular line , we carry .a few special lines in heaters , including Coles' Original Hot Blast , absolutely air tight and a perfect stove for all kinds of fuel. t The 20th Century Laurel , .a perfect stove for soft coal or slack. Has closed grate and a 20th Century ( ire pot which is guaranteed for five years. / Also the "Master Economy" - and the ' 'Retort ' Jewel ? * * * * : - Come in and see us before buying elsewhere. It won't cost you anything to look. SEE OUR NEW LINE OF Ladies Shirt Waists and Skirts i FOR WAGONS ANO BUGGIES * Third car shipped this year , arrives this week. Bargains from the Fort Sale asEzaaa- . . Stove Boards lOc and up , Stove Pokers 5c and up. Hay Hooks , Chairs and Settees , Side Boards , Desks , Electric Lamps S for 55c , With Reservoir and Warming Closet $26.00 "Wagons and Buggies Lumber and Hardware Pictures Framed to Order , TINWARE , OILS , E T C . Lamps , Crockery , Lime , Coal , Paper. EURNITURE A\D COFFINS. Established in Va'eultue since 1S85 Licensed Rmhalmcr Chartered as a State Bank Chartered as a National Bank June 3 , 1884. August. 12. 1802 , The Valentine , Nebraska. ( SnccesRor to ) s. o : CAPITAL PAID EN A Grneral Banking Exchange and Collection Business. C. H. CORNELL , President. J. T. MAY , Vice-President. M. V , NICHOLSON , Cashier. NEW TIME TABLE , C.&H.W. WESTKOUI ) , ' 1:47A.M. > o. 5 No. C " 4:35 A. M 9:40 A. M. No. 81 fre.lRht. No. 83 " 4:00 P. M No. 110 " 5:20 A. M 11:45P.M. No. 119 " ( Doesn'tcarry ps ri at the M. K. Cliurc.h Even Sunday. MORNING SERVICES Sunday School begins at 10:00 o'clock. " " " Preaching 11:00 : Junior Leaeuo " " 2:39 : p. in. EVENING S1SKV1CE- Ejnvorth League begins at 6:30 o'clock. " " . " Preaching 7.3D KKV. C. E. COXXKLT , , Pastor * TT * 7J fl * J * J t ! T * Talk of the Town , t TV. F. A. Meltendorff .is going to auction off his cattle on Oct. 29. Read his sale ad in this paper. Edward Lewis of Wood Lake was in town last Saturday and subscribed for TJIE DEMOCRAT. Walther Meltendorff sold his two-year-old steers for $36.20 each last ( week. They averaged 10iO pounds. Since putting in a notice last week , James Lawless and his wife have become reconciled and are living happily together again. Rev. J. Robert Beale has been called as pastor of the Presbyterian church and is expected to be here the first Sunday in November. H. H. Kno t , who has been visiting with his wife at George Harden's , departed this morning for his home at Wyncote , Wyo. John Porath was caught in town as also many others during the recent storm and remained wait ing for the snow to settle or melt. Albert H. Metzger stopped in town Monday on his return from Omaha and has been here during the storm , meeting , . friends aiieL | i * -v teg getting acquainted.r r < - - - Hear Everett Kemp Saturday night at the opera house , present ing the beautiful story , "Seven- oaks , " and the delightful romantic drama , "If I Were King. " D. J. Drebert , special agent of the German Mutual Ins. Co.came in this morning from the west and tells us that the snow was about as deep there as here but is drifted worse. Married at the M. E. parsonage Friday Oct. 19th. Geo. D. Han cock of Penbrook , Ncbr. , and Miss Amy Marriott of Walworth , Wisconsin , Rev. C. E. Cgnnell officiating. Hon. C. J. Smyth was in town Tuesday but on account of the storm the public meeting was de clared off and the following day he returned to Omaha cancelling all dates West. Johnnie House had his face and eyes badly hurt by the explosion of a shot gun shell last Sunday which had missed fire and he was attempting to remove it when the explosion nearly took the top of his head off. It is doubtful if he will recover his eye sight. George Dodson broke jail Wed nesday evening by sawing or filing the bars off a window enough to admit his body and crawled out- while Mike Clynes was at supper. He is charged with stealing a team and wagon from an Indian at Crookston , about four weeks ago. He is now at large. There are several cases ofi i diptheria in town and parents' ' should be careful to keep their children out of the snow , keep i their feet warm and if they have a cold begin to doctor for it immediately. This will not keep them from coming in contact with those having the disease which is epidemic and may spread regard less of your caution , but it may lessen the severity of a case. The epidemic seems to be in other parts of the country as well as here. A ERICAN BEAUTY CORSET f ? I * ftft ft ftfr fr 49 49 The Kind That Fit frft ftft ftft Try Them. 4 ? 4 ? 49 49 9 49 . . .AMERICAN BEAUTY STYLE 103 . Kalamazoo Corset Co. Sole Makers 49 How be Though Uii = Married Buy your clothing at Hornby's. Then the girls will begin to sit up and take notice of you. Try us on Hats and Shoes too. 'Lat est Shapes in Patent Leather. 2 * - & - > Money to loan on improved real estate. L. K. BROWNELL. G. L. Shumway candidate for congress was in Valentine Tues day this week and though the weather was bad met many people who are favorably impressed with him. He is a good sturdy fellow who makes friends wherever he goes and for years has been travel ing up and down this road as a traveling salesman but is now engaged in farming and Real Estate business at Scotts Bluff. Mr. Shumway was here about a month ago and stopped a couple of days to renew acquaintances and visit with old friends. We enjoyed a pleasant visit with him and assure our readers that he is a capable manand worthy of our confidence. He has defined his position and you will find him ever ready to take his stand in behalf of the people. The sale of condemned buildings at Fort Niobrara last Saturday was attended by about 100 to 150 people who came from the sur rounding country and towns for 50 or 60 miles. Though there were perhaps not nearly so many people as would have been there had the weather been fair , those who were there seemed to have a lot of money to spend and didn't seem to want to take it home with them , consequently the prices ranged high. Many of the old buildings with floors badly worn sold at a fair price for the lumber they contained without considering the labor of wrecking the building taking out the nails , sorting the lumber and hauling away. There were 59 buildings sold , many of them very old and the lumber un fit for use excepting shedding for cattle or a similar purpose. There were some bargains however and if the winter permits wrecking buildings and constant work those who bought liberally of good buildings or those containing considerable of dimension timbers will find a handsome profit or at least their money's worth. FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING BOOTS , SHOES , ETC. , ETC. , are in , and we invite you to come and inspect them. PRICES ARE RIGHT. CROOKSTON NEBRASKA. . , MAX E VIERTEL DEALER IN EVERYTHING. what you have to sell. * * I" I i \ J J * * * I fl SFLl YOU V t-.L , L iJf % * J \ what you want to buy. Call and see us. Phone 23 | W. A. PETTYCREW , GENERAL MDSE. * ysTy 3r3rsr3r yi 5YyroTSYSlirsr FRED WHITTEMORE , Pres. CHARLES SPARKS , Cashier J. W. STEITER , Vice Pres. ORAH L. BRITTON , Ass't. Cashier. Persons seeking a place of safety for their money , will profit by i investigating the methods employed in our business. : : : : : : : : : : :3C2 ! I CONFECTIONERY Tobaccos and Cigars. Canned Goods Lunch Counter. Phone 7 Home Bakery. ; 52 S : ! SS252EES2 52Si FRESH First class line of Steaks , Roasts , Dry Salt bleats Smoked Breakfast Bacon. Highest Market Price Paid for Hogs. For all kinds of sporting goods , ammunition , guns and etc. , go to the Red Front Merc. Co. I would like to have a school for the winter terra. A. H. Keach , Sparks , Neb.