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About Valentine Democrat. (Valentine, Neb.) 1900-1930 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 3, 1907)
BRA SKA THURSDAY , JANUARY a 190' ' NUMBER 51
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: , : ; , "We have them in the following lines :
jfefairniture. . Carpets , Rugs and Draperies ,
; Carpet Sweepers * Silverware ,
Rochester Nickle Plated and Argentine
p'Klipper Klub" Skates , Sleds , "Keen
Kutter" Pocket Knives , Shears ,
Razors , etc , , etc ,
. .We wish .especially to call your atten- ' '
ftion to our line of PICTURES. They . " . .
include the 'latest ' subjects , all high ' - - . -
in-neat attractive frames.
Along with the above we carry a com
plete line of HARDWARE , -with
many useful and valuable articles for
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' "Cbniairi and Inspect ou'r ' goods before. : - ' ' - : - ' .
b buying .elsewhere. It does not cost
you anything to look at them. : : : :
RED FRONT MERC. CO.
Wishing you a happy and prosperous
New Year. We thank you for your
r > ' . liberal patronage of 1906 , and will
endeavor to merit a continuance of
confidence and patronage during 1907
D. STINA CLOTHIER Yalentine , Nebr. '
Established in Ya'eutiue since 1SS5.
Wagons and Buggies
Lumber and Hardware
Pictures Framed to Order ,
TI N W A R E , O I LrS , ETC.
Lamps , Crocke , Lime , Coal , Paper.
EURNITURE AND COFFINS.
.Chortorod as a State Bank Chartered as a Rational Bank
Jun- , 1884. August 12. 1902 ,
Valentine , Nebraska.
( Successor to )
CAPITAL PAID Uf A General Banking
C. E. CORNELL , President. J. T. MAY , Vice-President.
M. V. NTOHOLKON. Cashier.
-New Hotel X INfear Depot
Electric Lights ,
r : Chica
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Guests for Trains a Specialty * , .
I Good Rooms , . 3C Good Service ,
fead the Advertisements.
ffH at the 3ff. E. CJiuro.li Every
Sun ( I ay.
Sunday School begins at 10:00 o'clock.
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Junior League " " 2:30 : p. in.
Epwortli League basins at 6:30 o'clock.
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IiEV. C. E. CONNER , , Pastor
Talk of the Town.
Born to E. G. Bristol and wife
Saturday , Dec. 29 , 1906 , a daugh-
I. C. Stotts was .down from
Cody last Monday evening on a
short business trip.
Arthur Sherman and wife en
tertained a number of their friends
at their home , two miles west of
town , Saturday evening.
Mrs. Clias. Sherman is suffering
from a painful thumb as a result
of running a sliver into it while
making Chistmas decorations from
cedar twigs. ,
'O. B ; Weisflog of .Crobkston
called at our office last Thursday
to see us print the weekly neces1
sity ( THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT )
and to give us a § Bill for the
James F. S. Phillis of Ohio -is
in our city and has been looking
over the county with a view of
locating. His family , who are
driving through , are expected
here in the early spring.
The two. plays presented by the
Shakespeare Club last Friday
evening at the home of J. J. Mc
Lean were well rendered and were j
greatly appreciated by those pres
ent. Refreshments were served.
Milt Latta showed us a letter a
few days ago where he was asked
to figure on wells for the C. & N.
W. at Johnstown and Hay Springs :
He has recently completed a well
at Arabia and one at Ft. Niobrara
for the government.
Mrs. Mabel MerribS of Iowa
Falls is visiting with her , father
and mother , Mr. and Mrs. O. W.
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Hahn , north of town. This is her
first visit home since she was hurt
about a year ago in being thrown
from a wagon and is looking well.
Fischer's orchestra went down
to Longpine.to.furnish , the music
for the dance New Year's eve.
The orchestra was entertained by
the Wornans Improvement Club
New Year's Day at the home of
Mrs. G.-A. ; Smith. . All report a
We publish a statement ,6'f the
condition of the1 North Table Tele-
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phone company this.we'ek . an.d it
makes a good showing under the
management of its officers fVho do
not receive any pay for their ser
vices and have increased the ser
vice the past year 89 shareholders
and 90 phones-have been added.
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Ladies Belts Hand Bags Fancy Collars J * * * ' ft
Fancy Handkerchiefs Men's Xinas Neckwear
.Men's Fancy Vests . Decorated China Ware
Men's Suspenders , Fancy Sox and Neckwear ,
49 ( put up in individual and Xmas cartons. )
4 ? We are closing- out a small assortment of DOLLS , j-8 ,
GAMES ETC. at price.
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Ye editor and family returned
Monday from a pleasant visit with
Mrs. Rice's parents at Yorl and
relatives at Omaha.
While in Omaha last week we
mefr'a number of friends who at
tended the meeting of the govern
ment ownership club .which met
and organized at the Merchants
hotel in Omaha Thursday evening.
A. M. Morrissey of Valentine was
there as - the only representative
frpp . .Cherry county. Judge
Westover and Jerry D. Scott -of
Rushville , Geo. A. Miles , M. F.
Harrington , J. B. Scott , who is
Judge Harrington's court report
er , were there. We also saw
Messrs. Thompson and Myers of
Newport in Omaha , who were
there in the interest of Rock Co.
citizens talking over , the new line
of , railroad which is to be built be
tween Albion and , Newport.
Miss . dearie J. .Jordan , the
daughter of Mr. and Mi's. Michael
J.Jordan of Arabia , and Mr. Mark
H. Shields of Dayton , Wyo. , were
united in marriage at the home of
the bride's parents , Friday , Dec.
28 , 1906 , Rev. E. W. Perrig of
3t. Francis Mission performing
the ceremony. The members of
she family and a few intimate
friends only witnessed the cere-
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The bride and groom left on the
evening train for Hot Springs , S.
D. , for a short wedding tour , after
ivhich Mr. Shields goes to Dayton ,
Wyo. , where he takes charge of a
Dank , the first of the year , for his
jrandfathei , Dr..B. F. Kuney.
Mrs. Shields will visit home
folks for awhile before going to
ler new home. Miss Marie is the
) nly daughter of Mr , and Mrs.
Jordan and has a host of friends
n this part of Cherry .county and
recently graduated from the Fre-
nont normal college , .where 'she
jecanie acquainted with Mr.
shields , ' who was for the past two
rears assistant cashier of the First
National Bank of Fremont.
Mr. Shields is a young man of
? oed habits and moral , character
md starts in life with splendid
THE DEMOCRAT joins with num-
jrous friends is wishing them hap
piness and prosperity ;
"We will begin the new year , we think , better
equipped for handling' our trade. . . : . j ,
Our lines of goods will be selected , with , .tlie
greatest care. Prices will be the. lowest jpssibTe" *
for first class merchandise. " > : ' " " 4-
Yvre thank all our customers for their valuable
patronage in the past and trust you will continue to ' '
favor us with your business. . . ' ' " ' ;
. Wishing you one and alB aj | prosperous""aricH
Happy New Year , we are verjfetiffly yours , . ' - ,
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CRGOKSTON NEBRASKA. , MAX E VIE
DEALEF ? "IN EVERYTHING.
what you have to sell.
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what you want to buy.
* Call and see us. Phone 23
W. A : PETTYCREW , GENERAL MBSE.
FRED WHITDEMORE , Pres. CHARLES SPARKS , Cashier
J. VV. STETTER , Vice Pres. ORAH L. BRITTON , Asa't--Cashier ,
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< U . Valentine , Nebraska
§ Capital Surplus
O rt $25,000.
Persons seeking a place of safety for their money , will ptofit by
investigating the methods employed in our business. : : : : : : : : : t-
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Tobaccos and Cigars. ' , ;
Canned Goods Lunch Counter.
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FRESH FRUIT AND frAM E
IIS7 THEIR SEASON.
First class line of Steaks. Roasts ,
Dry Salt Meats Smoked
Highest Market Price Paid for Hogs.
Born to Chas. Anderson and
wife Thursday , Dec. 27,190& , a
I would like to have a school for
the winter term. A. H. Keach ,
Sparks , Neb.
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