Valentine Democrat. (Valentine, Neb.) 1900-1930, March 07, 1907, Image 1

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VOLUME X2II VALENTINE. NKBPxASKA. THUPxSDAT , MARCH 7 , 1907. ' NTTMBBR 8
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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 every
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
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thoroughly guaranteed by us and backed by the
makers. "The recollection of quality remains long
after the price is forgotten. "
RED FRONT MERC. GO.
Clothing , Suits and Pants , Caps , "Under
wear , Mittens , Shirts , SweatersLadies' ; and
Children's Cloaks , Jackets , Skirts , Shoes.
D. STI CLOTHIER Yalentine , JSTebr.
Durable Chairs § 3.50 set. . HORNBY ,
Desks 15.00 to $26.00. Wagons and Buggies
Lumber and Hardware
' Side Boards $150 up. Pictures Framed to Order ,
TI N W A R E , OILS , ETC.
Stove Boards lOc up. Lamps , Crockery , Lime , Coal , Paper.
EURNITURE A D COFFINS.
Established in Va eutiue siuce 1S85 , KnibaJnn-r
Wewill sell 21 pounds ofsugar ,
1 case of corn , 1 pound 60c tea1 and
1 gallon table syrup , all f01 : $3.55
PHONE'97 ,
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Read the Advertisements.
Meetlnjrs at the HI. E. Church Everj
Sunday.
MORNING SERVIOES-
Siimlay School begins t 10:00 o'clock.
" " 11:00 "
Preaching :
Junior League " " 2:30 : p m.
EVENING SERVICES
Epworth League begins at 0:30 o'clock.
Preaching " " 7-CO
IlEV. C. E. CONKELT. . Pastor
NEW TIME TABLE , C.&N.W.
EAbT P.OUND
No.u. . 2 , Dully except aaturdaj . . . .9:43 p. m. , I'USE
u. ti , Uaii > . 4:35i in. . i'.i-J
JNro. 81' , uaily , except Sunday' . . .4:0j p. m , local
110 , Djily . 5 : 0 a. in . lout
WKST BOUKD
No. 1. Daily , except Sunday . 0:50 p. m. , Pass
lso. 5mily . 1:47 : u. in. , l'tu , E
No. si , Daily except Suuchvy . M-M a. tu. , local
No. 119 , ( .doesn't carry passengers ) _ 11:45 p.m.
Talk of the Town.
W. II. Wilkinson ! > ead.
Our friends and readers will be
surprised and grieved to learn of
the death of William Henry Wil
kinson , who died at his home near
Kennedy last Friday morning1 ,
March , 1 , 1907 , of pneumonia.
He had contracted a cold several
weeks before , but thought he was
getting better and went out among
his music class before he was fully
recovered , and another cold re
sulted in his "final' sickness a'ntf
death. The family realized that
he was growing worse during his
last illness and against his protests
finally telephoned for a doctor ,
and on Thui\scl-iy night he was
helped from his chair to the bed
and grew steadily worse until
morning when he passed away.
The funeral was held at the
home Sunday , conducted by the
Rev. J. Robert Beale of the Pres
byterian church of Valentine , in
the midst of neighbors and friends
who came rnanj7 miles to take a
farewell look at their esteemed
friend and worthy neighbor ,
among whom we might mention
Grandpa and Grandma "Walling-
ford , who formerly lived near
Kennedy ; Horace G. Wallingford
and family , Dan Barnes and daugh
ter Miss May , Enoch Barnes and
family , Dan Adamson , Wm. Shel-
bourn and many others for miles
around. Those country funerals
where neighbors good and true ,
congregate en masse to bid adieu
to one departed , make death an
easier thing and comforts those who
are bowed down in grief and ser
row.
row.Mr.
Mr. Wilkinson was born in
Oswego , N. Y. , Nov. S , 1837. In
youth he moved with his parents
to Rio , Wis. , where he was mar
ried to Miss Carrie Hite of Illi
nois in 1868. Two years later
they removed first to Iowa and
then to Lyons , Neb. About 17
years ago they settled on the ranch
at Kennedy.
Three daughters , a son and his
faithful wife survive the deceased :
Mrs. May Kaulitz of Goodland ,
Kan. , Mrs. Amy Wells of Pilger ,
Nebr. , Mrs. Frank Kime near
Kennedy , and Ernest , the son ,
who has but recently taken a home
stead adjoining the home place.
In the death of Mr. Wilkinson
the family loses a faithful husband
and indulgent father and the neigh
borhood a genial and hospitable
neighbor. Many will remember
him as an earnest , enthusiastic
musician. For many years he has
visited among the settlers giving
lessons on the violin , mandolin ,
guitar , cornet , organ and piano.
One of his sunshiny sayings as he
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.fc is for two gentlemen to shake
lands. "
At Valentine , Monday morning ,
the remains was viewed by many
old time friends and by the daugh
ter , Mrs. Kaulitz , who arrived
from Kansas the night previous ,
the other members of tha family
being also present , and the body
was laid to rest in Mb. Hope ceme
tery with appropriate ceremonies ,
conducted by Kev. Beale.
THE DEMOCRAT joins with
neighbors and friends in sympathy
, 'fbr theA.bereaved family. . . ,
Card of
Mrs. Carrie "Wilkinson , and her
daughters and their families , and
her son Ernest , desire most sin
cerely to express their thanks to
the great number of friends , who
in so many ways showed kindness
and sympathy with them in their
recent bereavement. To thqse
who assisted in the preparation
for burial , and to those who drove
so far or helped so willingly , and
to all who were present with them
in their affliction , the bereaved
family expresses their grateful
arpreciation.
Buy White Star at Davenport's.
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S. Moon has sold his farm on
North Table to Pete Lower.
Call on E. I. Mills for choice
town property or land. S 2 .
Your choice. ] have two fine
driving teams. One is for sale.
Kev. Magill of Crookston is in
town this week atcendihg the re
vival meetings.
Charley Thompson of Oasis de
parted Friday night for Moscow ,
Idaho , to look at the country.
Dr. Shiphdrd , dentist of Ains-
worth , will be in Valentine , March
19 and 20 at the Valentine House.
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Oscar Buechle is back at work
for Geo. Hornby after a few
week's work building a house on
his homestead.
A woman hung her arms around
her husband's neck and begged
him to buy her an EZ washing
machine , sold by J. P. Heelan ,
Arabia , Nebr. T 5
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C. C. Thompson called on us
yesterday while in town and ad
vertised an estray which he has
taken up. Mr. Thompson is
making preparations to go out
west to visit his daughters this
spring and will probably be away
several months. A son-in-law has
recently sold his mining interest
in Klondike and will return home
with a fortune.
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PURE Because there was not a single change to
be made under the new pure food laws ; tote
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DELICIOUS Because they possess that excellent | *
fkvor which only belongs to the White Star to
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ECONOMICAL Because they go farther in making - J
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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
we will sell below cost. Come and see. _ . . .
CROOKSTON NEBRASKA. , MAX E VIERTEL
DEALER IN.EVERYTHING.
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Call and see us. Phone 23
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Chartered as a State Bank Chartered as a national Bank
June 1 , 1884. August 12 , 1902 ,
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Valentine , Nebraska.
( Successor to )
CAPITAL PAID ur A General Banking
Exchange and
Collection Business.
C. H. CORNELL , President. J. T. MAY , Vice-President.
M. V. NICHOLSON , Cashier.
CONFECTIONERY
Tobaccos and Cigars.
Canned Goods XZC Lunch Counter.
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FRESH FRUIT AND GAME
THEIR SEASON.
First class line of Steaks , Eoasts ,
Dry Salt 3Ieats Smoked
Breakfast Bacon.
Highest Market Price Paid for Hogs.
GET AT THIS
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We Csm Satiefv You in QvwlUv Price