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VOLUME VALENTINE NEBRASKA , THUBSDATL.FEBRUARY 7 , 1907. NUMBER 4
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We wish to call your
attention to our ex
tensive line of "Keen
Kutter" tools. We carry at all times a complete
line of carpenter tools , including the best of everything -
thing in hammers , saws ,
"planes , hatchets , auger
bits , bit braces , squares ,
draw knives , chisels , files ,
etc. In fact everything that an up to date Carpen
ter will need. Try one of our "Keen Kutter" axes
or forks. They are tem
pered right , hung right ,
and made right. Always
buy a "Keen Kutter"
pocket knife. We also
have the exclusive sale of
"Manard" spades and shovels. Their are many
imitations of these goods. Always watch the lab
el and accept nothing but a "Manard" and
profit thereby. Each
and every article is
thoroughly guaranteed by us and backed by the
makers. "The recollection of quality remains long-
after the price is forgotten. "
RED FRONT MERC. CO.
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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. STI CLOTHIER Valentine , Nebr.
Durable Chairs SB.50 set.
Desks $5.00 to $26.00.
Side Boards $4:50 : up.
Stove Boards lOc up.
Established iu Valentine since 1885.
"Wagons and Buggies
Lumber and Hardware
Pictures Framed to Order ,
TI N W A Pv E , OILS , ETC.
Lamps , lYocKerv. Lime , Coal. Paper.
EUPvNITURE A\D COFFINS.
Chartered as a State Bank Chartered an a Uatlonal Bank
June 1 , 1884. August 12 , 1902 ,
Valentine , Nebraska.
( Successor to )
CAPITA ! , PAID IN A General Banking
$ Exchange and
C. H. CORNELL , President. J. T. MAI , Vice-President.
M. V. NICHOLSON , Cashier.
We have just received a fine line of
Linens and Mexican Drawn Work
( rood assortment of Christmas Candies.
PHONE 97 ,
Read the Advertisements.
meetings at tlie 31. JB. Church Every
Sundav School begins at 10:00 o'clock.
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Epwoirli L. anne li 'us ' at 6."i o'clock.
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NEW TIME TABLE , C.&N.W.
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.Just a Wowl t i thii Christian
No matter what your name , de
nomination or church pret'erance
> ay be , you are most cordially in
vited'to attend and assist in the
evangelistic campaign now being
planned for by the Methodist
church of Valentine. Your pres
ence and help is most earnestly
solicited. It is our sincere desire
that not only 'the Methodist church
may receive a great spiritual up
lift , but that every other church
and individual as well , may re
ceive such a blessing from the
Lord .that the town and comrmpu *
itymay be lifted to a higher stand
ard of morality and religious life.
Let everyone who desires a better
condition of things in the com
munity put their shoulder to the
wheel and let us ail push together
and with the blessing of God upon
us we shall see a gracious revival
in the community.
0. E. COXNELL , :
Pastor M. E. Church.
A man of wide experience , lis
tened to with marked interest by
large crowds Pontiac , 111. , Lead
Church crowded to the door.
He is a powerful speaker and ac
complishing much good. Eacine ,
Wis. . Journal.
A crowded house listened to
Captain Houston last eveniag. He
is meeting great , success here.
Springfield , 111. , Journal. 1
Winslow is fortunate in securing |
the services of an evangelist of
national fame. Winslow , 111. ,
The Captain is not only a con
vincing speaker but also a deep
student of the bible. Menash ,
Wis. , Kecord.
An immense crowd greeted
Captain Houston at the Baptist j
church last evening. Galva , III. ,
WHAT THE PASTORS SAY.
Captain Houston tells the story
of the cross in the simple correct' ' j
manner of one who has a message
to deliver and back of his preach-
is a man of sympathy and refine
ment. Rev. John H. Ryan , Pontiac
tiac , 111.
Our people liked him as a man
and as a worker. Rev. N. A.
Porter , Apple Creek , 111.
An earnest , whole-hearted work
er for souls. Rev. M. S. Free
man , Union , 111.
Earnest , loving and wise. I
count that pastor fortunate who
secures his services. Rev. J. A.
Matlack , Galena , 111.
Attractive and magnetic per
sonality , has a striking and unique
way of presenting the gosp el. No
Delicious in Flavor Pure in Quality
4 ? ftft.
Economical in 'Buying Healthy in its Use
one will make a mistake in securing - j
ing his services. Rev. R. Elmer
Smith , Galva , 111.
There will be a dance at J. M.
Ralya's ranch on the Snake river
Feb. 22 , 1907. Everbody wel
Take Sam Jones' advice : "Quit
your meanness" aiTd get ready
for the revival meetings.
Dr. Shipherd , dentist from Ains-
worth , will be in Valentine Feb.
19 to 20 at the Valentine House
prepared to do dental work. 4-2
Four room house to rent ; also ,
3 rooms over the Democrat Office
for rent as an office or light house
keeping. I. M. RICE.
Don't forget the prayer meet
ings Monday , Wednesday and Fri
day evenings of next week. An
nouncement will be made from
the pulpit Sunday as to place.
Born , to Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W.
Miller in this city Tuesday , February -
ruary 5 , 1907 , a 11 pound boy.
George went prancing up town as
proud as a peacock. Told us the
boy was a great big fellow.
Couldn't walk yet , but tried to
talk and made a great deal of
L. C. Sparks and Wm. Morrissey -
sey attended the Lumber Dealers
association which met in Lincoln
Jan. 22 to 21 , returning via Oma
ha where they purchased two car
loads of agricultural implements ,
which are expected to arrive with
in a couple of weeks. Farmers
who need something in this line
are invited to call and inspect
U. S. Weather Bureau .Report
tor week Ending F ! > . 7.
The daily mean temperature
shows a great departure from the
normal being 5 ° and the latter
20 ° . The highest was 46 ° on
the 1st and -14 on the 4th , the
range being 60 ° .
The precipitation was .07 of an
inch making a total for the year
to date of .43 of an inch.
W. C. T. U. Column.
The regular meeting of the
union will be next Tuesday. The
state treasurer's blanks are in and
in order to send state dues with a
full report of paid up membership
before March it will be necessary
for every member to come pre
pared to pay dues. Some have
paid but the majority are back.
Please do not forget this urgent
The silver medal contest is un
der way. Look for further an
nouncements before long.
We are through invoicing and have odds and
ends of different lines to close out at a bargain.
We have got a lot of shoes and shirts which
ff. . &
we will sell below cost. Come an/i so .
CROOKSTON. NEBRASKA. MAX E. VIERTEL.
DEALER IN EVERYTHING.
what you have to sell.
what you want to buy-
Call and see us. Phone 23
W. A. PETTYCREW , GENERAL MDSE.
FRED WHITTEMORE , Pres. CHARLES SPARKS , Cashier
J. W. STETTER , Vice Prea. ORAH L. BRITTON , Asa't. Cashier.
Persons seekiny a place of safety for their money , will profitby
investijrating the methods employed in our business. : : : : : : : : : :
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Tobaccos and Cigars.
Canned Goods Lunch Counter.
Phone 7 Home Bakery.
FRESH FRUIT AND GAME
JSI THEIR SEASON.
First class line of Steaks , Roasts ,
Dry Salt Meats Smoked
Highest Market Price Paid for Hogs.
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