Valentine Democrat. (Valentine, Neb.) 1900-1930, November 08, 1906, Image 1
Historical Society . , " ' * / * . M c. t V DEMOCRAT. MjJ I VOLUME XXI VALENTINE. NEBRASKA. THURSDAY , NOVEMBER S , 1906. NUMBER 43 Stoves and Now is the time to look over your stoves. If you are going to need a Furnace , a Base Burner , a Heater , a llange ; or anything in the stove line clo 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. The 20th Century Laurel , a perfect stove for soft coal or slack. Has closed grate and a 20th Century fire pot which is guaranteed for five years. t Also the "Master. Economy" and the ' 'Retort Jewel. " f Come in and see us before buying elsewhere. It won't cost you anything to look. RED FRONT MERC. CO. SEE OUR NEW LINE OF Boys' Clothing- Ladies Shirt Waists . and Skirts VIAND ARD isents , Fine assortment of new goods on our 5c , lOc and 15c counters Bargains from the Fort Sale Stove Boards lOc and up , Stove Pokers 5c and up * Hay Hooks , Chairs and Settees , Side Boards , Desks , Electric Lamps S for 55c , Trrs I L..L. I With Reservoir and Warming Closet $26.00 Wagons and Buggies Lumber and Hardware Pictures Framed to Order , TI N WARE , OILS , ET C. Lamps , Crockery , Lime , Coal , Paper. EURNITURE ASD COFFINS. Established in Va'etitlue since 1885. Licensed Kmbalnier Chartered as a State Bank Chartered as a Rational Bank June 1,1884. August 12 , 1902 , FIRST NATIONAL BANK Valentine , Nebraska. ( Successor to ) of CAPITA * PAID nr A General Banking $25,000. Exchange and Collection Business. 0. H. COBNELL , President. J. T. MAY , Yice-President. M. V , NICHOLSON , Cashier. NEW TIME TABLE , C.&N.W. \VESTIJOUD , EASTBOUND. 1:47A.M. No. 5 " , No. 0 " 4:35 A.M. 9:40 A. M. No. 81 freight. No. 82 " 4:00 P. M. No. 116 " 5:20 A. M. 11:451' . M. No.JlO " ( Doesn't carry psgrs ) at the 31. JB. UJmroli Every Sunday. MORNING SERVICES- Simday School begins at 10:00 o'clock. " " 11:00 " Preaching : Junior League " " 2:30 p.m. EVENING SKBV10ES- Epworth League begins at 6:30 o'clock. Preaching " " 7:33 5V. C. E. COKXELL , Pastor Talk of the Town. o C. F. Callen of Sparks was in town Wednesday. Wanted Reliable man for night work at Hotel Donoher. Hay has been scarce and prices have been § 7 to § 3 per ton. J. R. Lee came up Tuesday from Brownlee on business. Money to loan on improved real estate. L. K. BROWNELL. Capt. Fuller and Z. T. Davis of Merrirnan visited our city yester day. day.I I would like to have a school for the winter term. A. H. Keacb , Sparks , Neb. Edward Satterlee , the Nenzel merchant , came down today to transact business. A. W. Peterson of Arabia was severely hurt Tuesday by a Building falling on him. Get your property insured by 1. M. Rice and you will be safe. His iompanies pay losses promptly. C. S. Reece took out a load of grain today , which he bought of Henry Becker of north table. , > - Gus Carlson has moved to the country and is living in his coun try home two miles out of town. Mac Cramer purchashed F. M. Hackler's large barn last week , and , justly , feels proud of his new possession. W. A. Pettycrew is working at the Fort tearing down a building he purchased , for a vacation and exercise. Webb Hilsinger returned to town in time to vote Tuesday. He had been out with a party of hunt ers for several weeks. Farmers have been hauling their corn to town from their fields as they husk it and find ready mark et at 25c to 27c per bushel. A masquerade ball is to be giv en in Honey's hall at Woodlake on Thanksgiving night , Nov. 29 , 1906. All are cordially invited. J. F. Nye returned this week from Boulder , Colo. , where he is interested in a copper mine. He expects to remain until after the holidays. Mrs. Gertrude Brown left Tues day morning for Nebraska City , where she expects to remain for some time visiting relatives and friends. Miss Florence Morris , who has been employed in this office during the past strenuous campaign , is now employed by Mrs. C. H. Cornell. "Yank" O'Bryan and "Curly" Huggins drove in from the reser vation Tuesday to be on hand for the earliest election returns. Both of these gentlemen are well-to-do stockmen and are always welcome visitiors to Valentine. Rasmus Andersen and family came down from Rosebud last week , and Mrs. Andersen will make her home in Valentine this winter , while Rasmus goes back to Denmark to see his people. He expects to stay several months before returning. Here's hoping you'll enjoy your visit , Rasmus , and return safely home. & MEN'S EAR ftft ftft ft ftft ft ftft Caps § .25 to S .50 ftft Flannel Shirts ' 1.25 to 2.25 ftft Underwear , per suit c . 1.00 to 3.00 ftft Heavy Woolen Sox , per pr 25 to .75 ftft Lined Grloves and Mittens 50 to 1.50 ftfr frft A large assortment of men's overshoes in all ftft ft rubber , combination elts and 4-buckle at popular ftft ftft prices. ftft ft ftft ft ftft ft ftft ft ftft ft ftft ft ftft ft ftft ft ftft ft ftft ft ftft Cf Of Of Of Cf CfCTCf - < * < * WWW How be Happy Jr Jr / Though Un = 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. T C I. w. Considerable hauling is being done from Ft. Niobrara. The work is progressing rapidly this fine weather of wrecking the buildings and hauling them away. Col. Thompson and family have moved to the Fort to live during the winter and has rented his home to Major Kelly's wife and chil dren of Rosebud who move to town to school the children. Henry Schafer was down from Nenzel yesterday and told us , that , while he has been getting along without THE DEMOCRAT the past few months , that he has missed an old time friend and wants us to send it to him again. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brayton went down to Ainsworth last Fri day to attend the funeral of Mrs. Brayton's grandmother. Mrs. Brayton remained in Ainsworth a few days visiting with her parents ind relatives and friends. Wash Honey of Woodlake was in town yesterday and tells us bhat there will be a masquerade ball in his opera house at Wood- lake on Thanksgiving night and all are invited to come and enjoy a good time. James Day and M. J. Hyde are the managers. D. M. Jeffers and wife have moved to our town from his farm a mile west of here , and will live in the Bristol house , formerly owned by Mrs. Callen. It will be more convenient for Mr. Jeffers to haul from the Fort and for his daughter , Miss Ethel , to atcend school. Mai Jeffers and wife will live on the farm this winter and take care of the stock. We have lately made some changes in our mill ; added some new machinery which has.greatly improved the quality of our flour , especially the color. For a SHORT TIME ONLY , we will put up flour in towel sacks , each sack making two good towels. Remember we guarantee every sack to give per fect satisfaction. Ask your deal er for it. MINXECIIADUZA MILL , C. S. Gould , Mgr. FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING BOOTS SHOES ETC. ETC , , . , , are in , and we invitp you. to come and inspect them. PRICES ARE RIGHT. CROOKSTON NEBRASKA. , MAX E VIERTEL DEALER IN EVERYTHING. what you have to sell. SELL YOU ! = > lsn bs I & what you want to buy. Call and see us. Phone 23 W. A. PETTYCREW , GENERAL MDSE. -riw fc r sr rrsirri FRED WHITTEMORE , Pres. CHARLES SPARKS , Cashier. J. W" . STETTER , Vice Pres. ORAH L. BRITTON , Ass't. Cashier. Persons seeking a place of safety for their mone y , will profit by I investigating the methods employed in our business. : : : : : : : : : : CONFECTIONERY Tobaccos and Cigars. Canned Goods C C Lunch Counter. Phone 7 Home Bakery. 'ri 1 FRESH FRUIT AND GAME f I1SI THEIR SEASON. \ First class line of Steaks , Roasts , Dry Salt jtfeats Smoked Breakfast Bacon. Highest Market Price Paid for Hogs. Mrs. George Cyphers took her husband up to Eosebud last week and visited a few days. Soft , beautiful platino photos at Barnett's studio. First four days of each month.