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About Valentine Democrat. (Valentine, Neb.) 1900-1930 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 17, 1907)
We have with us now an . experienced
plumber and tin smith , and earnestly
solicit a share of your-patronage. We
do all kinds of
Tin Work and PlumWng ; Hot
Water Work-and Steam Pitting.
AH Work Guaranteed.
We have on hand 3 complete' jobs of
plumbing , all in good shape , which we
will put in at a bargain. We also car
ry a complete line of fittings of all
kinds , Soil Pipe , Bath Boom Fixtures ,
etc. , which enables us to fit promptly
any order we may get. If in need of
anything in the above lines make us a
call. LET US FIGURE WITH YOU
RED FRONT MERC. CO
Wishing you a happy and prosperous
New Year. We thank you for your
liberal patronage of 1906 , and will
endeavor to merit a continuance of
confidence and patronage during 1907 -
D. STINARD CLOTHIER Valentine , Nebr.
Bargains 0. H. HORNBY ,
Wagons and Buggies
Lumber and Hardware
Pictures Framed to Order ,
TI N W A R E , OILS , ETC >
the Fort Lamps , Crockery , Lime , Coal , Paper.
EURNITURE A\D COFFINS.
Established in Ya&ntiue since 1885. JLicensetl Kmbalme.r
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Chartered as alJtate.B . nk Chartered as a National Bank
June I' l'&S/ ' ' August 12 , 1902 ,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Valentine , Nebraska.
( Successor to )
CAPITAL PATD IN A General Banking
C. H. COBNEEL , President. J. T. MAY , Vice-President.
. M" . V. NinnoLsoN. On.shiftr.
We have just received a fine line of
Linens and Mexican Drawn Work
Good assortment of Christmas Candies.
PHONE 97 ,
Read the Advertisements ,
Itlcctlnct * at tin * 3U. E. Church Every
Sunday School begins nt 10:00 o'clock
" " 11:00 "
Junior League " " 2:30 p. in.
Epworth League begins at 0:30 o'clock.
Preaching " " 7.3)
KKV. 0. E. COXXELI , , Pastor
Talk of the Town.
W. F. A. Meltendorff recently
received a cuckoo clock from
Germany which he has had put up
in his saloon. The bird comes and
cuckoos the half hour as well as
the hour. It's quite a curiosity
to those who have never seen one.
Julius Schroram of Wood lake
bought o-i head of fine red cattle !
of 0. W. Halm last Friday , and (
§ aturday brought them as far as
Valentine , expecting to get home
Sunday. Mr. Schromm sold all
of his cattle to Otto Krasch rec
J. R. Lotzien and John M.
Uehling of Elizabeth , Neb. , were
in our city last Friday on school
business and called at our office t.o
s - \
talk over the railroad news. They j
are. building a new' school house in
district No 102 , better known as !
the Uehling district.
Last Thursday evening , Jan. 10 ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Ralya gave a
party at their ranch on the Snake
in honor of their son Claude's
Dirthday. The early part of the
evening was spent with games
and music. After a two course
.uncheon was served dancing and
merry-making was enjoyed till the
wee small hears in the mornig.
The Royal Neighbors invited
the Brother Woodmen to < their in
stallation of officers last night and
after a beautiful ceremony and
drill brought out a supper large
enough to cause a vivid reflection
of some former over-indulgence
of a similar nature which resulted
in a restless night with a pair of
pDnies hitched to a chariot. The
suppar. however , was so tempting
that all ate heartily , all the while
chatting around the fireside in
good old-fashioned neighborly
style , and we feel free to say that
none who ate , ate sparingly nor
was troubled in his night's repose
because of it. The Royal Neigh
bors made everyone royally wel
come and every Woodman had
reason to feel proud of the splen
did auxiliary order and the wom
en who compose it in Valentine.
To those members who of our lodge
failed to attend , we would say that
they missed a royal good time. It
has inspired ye scribe to say fur
ther that the faithful workers in
the M. W. A. and R. N. A. will
gather fruits from their labor and
a growth of that good fell owship
will attend their efforts. First , le
us suggest that all members begint
a more regular attendance to a
worthy order and let us meet' oft -
t en in such good fellowship.
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4\ 4 ? Delicioiis in Flavor Pure in Quality
4 * ftft
Economical in Buying Healthy in its Use ftft
Wanted Man or woman dish
washer by Jan. 21 , at Donoher
hotel. Good wages.
Dr. G. D. Shipherd , dentist of
Ainsworth will be in Valentine
Tuesday and Wednesday , Jan.,29
and 30 , at the Donoher hotel , pre
pared to do all kinds of dental
The official board of the M. ' E.
church have secured the services
of Captain F. H. Huston of Chicago
cage , a very noted evangelist to
conduct a series of revival meet
ings in their church about the
middle of February. Rev. C. E.
Connell is personally acquainted
with Captain Huston and speaks
very highly of his work as an
evahgelist , as well as his social
The Degree of Honor held their
annual installation of officers Mon
day night at Fraternal Hall in the
presence of numerous invited
guests , of which ye scribe and his
better half were among the num
ber. The officers newly elected
and installed were :
Mrs. Minnie Brayton , Chief of Honor.
Mrs. George Clarkson , Li of H.
Mrs. Fannie Pettycrew , C. of C.
U G. Dunn , Recorder
Mrs. Fannie Robinson , Fiancier.
Mrs. Lily Archer , Usher.
Mrs. M. Christensen , Inside Watch.
Mrs Nellie Slonecker , O. W.
Mrs Jennie Bivens , Receiver.
Mrs. F. Robinson , Grand Marshal.
Mrs Quigley. Grand Chief.
Mrs. Pettijohn. Past G. C.
Mrs. Minnie Brayton was the
instructor of the staff for the in
stallation drill which was com
posed of eight ladies dressed in
white with pink sashes , who
marched to music furnished for
the occasion by Mrs. "Wellford.
These ladies escorted the officers
who were conducted by the Grand
Marshal to the Grand Chief where
they took their oath of office , and
thence to their respective stations.
The staff personnal was Mesdames
Stambach , John Yeast , Lou Bul-
lis , Lou Smith , Bertha Eobinson ,
R. Anderson and Misses Zaida
Elliott and Lillian Holsclaw. Af
ter the installation came social
games and a bountiful supper was
served. The Degree of Honor
is one of the popular orders of our
town. Their excellent prepara
tion upon this successful occasion
should commend it to all who con
template entering a social or fra
We will begin the new year , we think , better
equipped for handling- our trade.
Our lines of goods will be * selected with the
greatest care. Prices will be the lowest possible
for first class"merchandise. .
We 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 all a prosperous and
Happy New Year , we are very truly yours ,
CROOKSTON NEBRASKA. , MAX E VIERTEL.
DEALER IN EVERYTHING.
what you have to sell.
what you want to buy ,
Call and see us. Phone 23
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J. W. STETTER , Vice Pres. ORAH L. BRITTON , Ass't. Cashier.
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