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About Valentine Democrat. (Valentine, Neb.) 1900-1930 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 21, 1907)
VALKKTINE NEBRASKA. THUESDAT , FEBEoABT 21. 1907 NUMBER 6
We wish to call your
attention to our ex
tensive line of "Keen
Kutter'7 tools. We carry at all times a complete
line of carpenter tools , including the best of avery-
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. "
Clothing , Suits and Pants , , Caps , Underwear -
wear , Mittens , Shirts , Sweaters ; Ladies' and |
Children's Cloaks , Jackets , Skirts , Shoes , j
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D. STI CLOTHIER Valentine , Nebr.
FRED WHITTEMORE , I'res CHARLES SPARKS , Cashie- .
J. W. STETTER , Vice Pres. ORAH JL. BKITTON , Ass't. Cashier.
Persons seekinff a place of safety for their tnoney , will profitb y
investigating the methods employed in our business. ' ' ' ' ' ' ' | :
Durable Chairs § & .50 set. |
Desks $5.00 to $26.00. - j
Side Boards $4.50 up.
Stove Boards lOc up.
. Established in Va eitius since 1885.
Wagons and Buggies
Lumber and Hardware
Pictures Framed to Order ,
TI N WARE , OILS. ETC-
Lamps. Crockery. Lime , Coal. Paper.
EQRNITURE AND COFFINS.
We have just received a fine line of
Linens and Mexican Drawn Work
Good assortment of Christmas Candies.
PHONE 97 ,
the - Advertisements.
gs at the M. E. Chnrc.li livery
Sundav School bes'u s at 10:00 o'clock
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Junior Lftaeue " " 2:30 : p in.
EVENING BKKV1CE *
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Fpwoith L.'siiiiiebe.rinsatSino o'c'ock.
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Preathii x 7.30
KEV. G. E. CoxxEi.r. , Pastor
NEW TIME TABLE , C.&H.W.
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JN'o. 2 , Daily except aaUmlav 9:45 : p. m. . Puss
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i\o. 11(5. ( IJuly 5 : 0 * . m. ,
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Ni. 1. Daily , except diiii'Jiy 0:50 p. in. , Pass
Ai > . Hi ) , i.Uoci > ii'Lc.ito l as > sreiiiscrs > . . . .il43 p.m.
Talk of the Town.
Buy White Star at Davenport's , i
Don't i'ail to hear Captain'
Houston next Sunday morning at
the M. E. church !
Mrs. Sarah llayrnerof Atkinson
is visiting at the home of Rev. C.
E. Connell and family this week.
James and C. AV. Hudson called
at our. office last Friday to get a
whip each. They brought corn
Q. D. Careyand ; .Geo.-Cyphers
were down from the Rosebud
boarding school last Monday after
A general invitation is extended
to all who will to assist in the
music during the meetings at the
M. E. church.-
Ja-'k D\mblv : and J. A. Mitt
sold a car loid < " > f corn f < i l horses !
toVm. . Bruce of Ba sett lust
week at at a good figure.
The music during the revival
meeting at the M. E. church will
be under the direction of Prof.
Seth Ernest Gordon of Chicago ,
Mrs. Clara Magil -Crookston
was in Valentine last Saturday
consulting a physician ' for a case
of eczema with which she has been
troubled for some time.
Dave Dunn of North Table was
in town Saturday , making this
office a call , paying a dollar in ad
vance for TITic DEMOCRAT and
getting a good buggy whip.
Henry Becker and wife drove
to town as usual Saturday , and'
Henry called and said he wantetT.
a buggy whip. After his produce
ing the proper credential ? we supplied - '
plied his want.
The previously announced skating - j
ing contest .in this paper at the |
Valentine Skating Rink for Tuesday - j
day , Fob. 26 , will be held Monday i
evening , Feb. 25 , 190T , instead. !
T. \VATKINS , Mgr.
The.Ludwig Lumber Co. have
a large ad on the last page of this
issue and call your attention to
the fact that they furnish Tongue
Trucks with Disc Harrows in
place of pole if desired. They
sell 16-inch Oliver Chilled Plows
for § 11.50.
Arthur Yoerg has resigned his
position as operator for the C. &
N. W. and accepted the position
as manager of the Minnechaduza
Mill for S. F. Gilrnan , succeeding
C. S. Gould , deceased. Mr. Yoerg
began his duties at the mill Mon-
day. This item should have ap
peared last week but for some
reason was overlooked.
The coining' season gives evidence of a de
cided popularity for trimmings "and braids. The1
showings 'in these particular lines arc novel and
new and surpass in every way the lines of previous
years. We have just received a nice assortment of
this stuff comprising the Soutach Braids , the popu
lar Pull Braids , the Motiff Trimmings aftd new
patterns in Pearl Buttons. When you are planning
your new dress look our line over. You will be : *
pleased. . -
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We present to our readers this
week a photograph of Captain IT.
EL. Houston , who is to conduct the
evangelistic meeting at the M. E.
church beginning next Sabbath. '
Capt. Houston is a man of large'
oxpi-rienc" in evangelistic work , :
being conm-clml for several years
with the Volunteers of Americ.a ,
but later entering the general
evangelistic field where his labors j
have been crowned with great |
success. He is a man Of pleasing !
personality , possessing those quali
ties which win their way to thei
hearts of the people , establishing
confidence and impressing men
with the true elements of a christian -
tian character. The general pubj
lie is most cordially and earnestly
invited to attend all of these ser
A grand ball is to be given in
> ' . < hall at Woodluke , to
morrow night , Feb. 22 , under the
'management ' of H. A. Lyons and
jPuffy Hanna. All are cordially
* ' '
John Marty , Jr. , representing
'i'he Marty Land Dealers of Valen
tine , was a social culler at the
J Graphic oilice yesterdayMr. .
! Marty informed us that he had
! already located six of our r-iUzuns
and four more were ready to be
taken out and located on Kinkaid
homesteads. Atkinson Graphic.
Married , at the home , of the
bride's parents , Mr. and Mrs. YT.
H. Hooper , on Saturday , Febru
ary 16. at 12 o'clock noon. Mr.
Oscar O. Newman and Miss Van-
nie B. Hooper , the Rev. C. E.
Connell officiating. Bnth parties
are prominent young people of
Valentine , Mr. Xi-wman having
resided with his mother here for
some time. Miss Hooper has been
o.ne oi ! the accommodating "hello"
girls in the central telephone olKce.
They will reside on the farm of
,3jr. Newman's mother near Dor-
se.y , Neb. THE DEMOCRAT joins
in wishing this worthy young
couple all the prosperity possible.
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We are through invoicing and have odds aiia J'
ends , of different lines t Slose out at"
We have got a lot of shoes and
we will sell below cost. Come and seev . ; : >
NEBRASKA. MAX E VIERTEL.
DEALER lr-4 EVERYTHING.
what you have to sell.
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A- what you want to buy- : :
Call and sec us. Phone-28 * " :
r W. A , PEITYCREW , DEMI 1B8E. 1
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Valentine , Nebraska.
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0. H. COP.KSLL , President. J. T. IVAY , Vico-Presiflent. '
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FRESH FRUIT AND GAMS Jif'f ' igjL 1
Jls1 TH EIR SEASON. | t'SlM
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! rirst ; class line or Speaks , lioasts ,
I Dry Sain Meat ? Smoke \
Highest fflarkel Fries Paid for Hogs.
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