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VOLUME XXII VALENTINE. NEBRASKA. THUPxSDAT , AUGUST 22 , 1907. NUMBER
If your bath room is equipped with modern , high-grade
sanitary fixtures , it not only reflects credit upon your good judg
ment and taste but proves your knowledge of the value of
c taifdatfd Porcelain Enameled V/are is not only
beautiful and durable but absolutely sanitary as well. When
you decide to install new bath room equipment let us quote
you a price on these guaranteed fixtures. They cost less than
you think and our charges for installing are reasonable. Our
work is done by competent men and we guarantee it to be
high grade and please you. Orders for repair work given
on all of our Canvas Shoes , and Ladies'
Children's and Men's Oxfords and Slip
pers ; also , on Ladies' Shirt Waists and
Skirts. A few of those fine Shirts left
at 50c each *
. Valentine , ISfebr.
Hats , Caps , Boots and Shoes.
FINE LINE OF FEESII GROCERIES.
Ranch Supplies a Specialty.
PHONE 97 ,
CARPENTER & BUILDER.
All kinds of wood work done to order. Stock tanks made in all sizes
- Valentine , , - % Nebraska
FRED VHITTKMOIK , Pres. CHARLES SPARKS , Cashier
J.V. . STETTER , Vice Pres. ORAH L. BRITTON , Ass't. Cashier.
a. . < n . Bank Time
Valentine , Nebraska
Capital Surplus Deposit Paid
C5 rtO $25,000. $2,500. , ? o
Persons seeking a place of safety for their money , will prolitby
investigating" he methods employed in our business : : : : : : : : : :
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Read the Advertisements.
NEW TIME TABLE , C.&N.W.
No. 2. Daily except Saturday.:4r ! ) p. m. , Pass
No. fi. D-iih 4:5.ia : in. . l\\- > s
No. W. Dailv , except Sunday . . .4:0) p. in , local
No. 110 , Daily 50t4. in . loca
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No. 1. Daily , except Sunday 6:50 p. in. . Pa * *
No. % Dailv 1:47 a. in. . Pn'-s
Vo M Dally except Sunday 0:40 a m . local
No. 119 , ( doesn't carry piussentjers ) 11.45 p in
Talk of the Town.
Rev. A. T. Carpenter of Johns
town was in Valentine between
trains last Friday evening.
Rev. John Thackrey came Tues
day evening from Kansas City to
visit with his brothers and sisters
Rev. J , B. Cams , state superin
tendent of the Anti-Saloon League ,
will occupy the M. E. pulpit next
Sunday morning and evening.
Everybody come out ari.i hear him.
Rev. C. E. Connell started Tues
day for the M. E. Annual Con
ference which meets in Chadron
today. Mrs. Connell and children
are spending the week with friends
Miss May VanBuskiik , who has
been visiting her sister. Mrs.
Connell , the past few weeks , left
Tuesday evening for Merriman ,
where she will leave for Idaho in
a few weeks.
Mrs. E. Breuklandor returned
from Cherokee , Iowa , Tuesday
morning , accompanied by her
daughter May. The numerous
friends of Miss May will be glad
to have hcKsamong them again.
Mrs. Razey , mother of Mrs. P ,
F. Simons , returned from Joplin ,
Mo. , last week. She has been
staying with her daughter , Mrs.
J. P. Hunt , for several years. "
We understand Mr. Hunt has sold
his drug store in Joplin.
A further meeting to form a
public library association will be
held at the county judge's office
Friday evening of this week , at
which time the committee on con
stitution and by-laws will report.
All are invited to attend.
A game of base ball Sunday be
tween Valentine and Thacher re
sulted in a score of 23 to 9 favor
of Valentine. The Thacher boys
played pretty well at the bat but
were not so good in the field , per
haps from want of practice , hence
Valentine's big score.
The lightning struck the home
of Mrs. Hubbard last Wednesday
and tore its way down the chimney ,
taking a part of the plastering and
splintering some of the wood
work. Mrs. Hubbard was shock
ed but not seriously injured. She
happened to be sitting near the
chimney where the lightning
The Thaekiey brothers and sis
ters are having a reunion of the
family this week at the homes of
J. E. Thackrey and C. S. Reece.
Sam , the oldest brother , and Mrs.
Sadie Harris eame Sunday night ;
Miss Frances Thackrey came down
from Rosebud Tuesday ; Rev. John
Thackrey came Tuesday night.
Frank and Will were expected
Tuesday night but failed to come.
Mrs. Mary Wiseman was also ex
pected. Those who have come
have gone out to C. S. Reece's.
J. E. Thackrey drove in from
the E. Still well place Sunday to
meet his bi others and sisters and
to haul a load of lumber and build
ing material out for Mr. Stillwell ,
who is building a frarn house , and
thinks that if Hackberry lake con
tinues to rise he'll have an ark
that will float. He has been driv
en out of two sod houses already
by the rise of water and this time
he is building his house three
stories high so that he can move
up a > story at a time if the water
should come up. MrfThackrey
is doing the carpenter work.
F AR SALE a *
4 ? We offer you on sale beginning Thursday , Aug. 15 , pur entire line of
\ Men's Summer Underwear. This includes the. Men's Union Suits , in the
4 ? Porous Knit and the Balbrigan wear , both in the colored and plain. Also a
nice line of two-piece stuff in plain and fancy colors. Following are the
special values we have to offer you :
Men's Two-Piece Light Ribbed Wear , regular
§ 1.50 values. Our Special sale price 8c
Men's Light Weight , good quality , with
double vseat drawers , regular § 1.25 value. * * >
Our special sale price * fr
Men's Light Weight Wear in colors Team , black , brown and
43 blue. This is good serviceable wear and sold
at 7nc per suit. Our special sale price
Men's Union Suits in plain and fancy colors , good quality , in
the Balbrigan and Porous Knit Wear , regular
4 ? § 1.25 value. Our special sale price a *
We have , also , some odds and ends in Shirts and Drawers in values from 50
to 75c which we ( will close out at 25c. Watch for our window display.
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Ice cream will be served Satur
day afternoon and evening at
Bethel hall by W. C. T. U : ladies.
They desire the patronage of the
The air ship scheduled to make
daily flights at the state fair , Sept.
2-6 will consume three tons of
sulphuric acid and three tons of
iron filings during the five days of
the fair. Every visitor will have
an opportunity to see this 20th
century invention at close range
on the fair grounds.
A game of base ball played be
tween the east and west sides of
Main street last Thursday resulted
in a score of 13 to 9 in favor of
the east side , but Mr. Jackson ,
who was umpiring the game ,
claims to have made a mistake in
declaring the west side out when
all bases were full arid the batter
fanned out with no run. The bat
ter only was out Mr. Jackson says
but the mistake may have made
little or no difference in the score
yet might have evened up with a
good batter to run in and bring
the three in on bases.
Samuel I. Thackrey of Kansas
City , Kan. , and sister , Mrs. Sadie
Harris of Manhattan , Kan , ar
rived Sunday night for a visit with
relatives in Cherry county. Sam
Thackrey is a brother of J. E.
Thackrey and the Thackrey sisters
and is the father of Miss Sadie
Thackrey who has been teaching
school the past three years in our
county. Sum was formerly a school
teacher in Rihy county , Kan. ,
but for fourteen years past has
been a railway mail clerk on the
Rock Island and his run is now be
tween Kansas City and Colorado
September 2-6 will be seen the
largest state fair ever held in Ne
braska. The entries to date are :
175 head of draft horses.
200 head of race horses.
450 head of cattle.
2,000 head of swine.
200 head of sheep.
Poultry to completely fill a
b u i Id i n g GO x 1L 0. T wen ty-two
county collective * exhibits. Art
hall filled with textile and art
treasures. Mercantile hail filled
to overflowing. A grand educa
tional exhibit. The product of
more than 200 manufacturers in
machinery covering acres of
ground. New arrangement of
grounds and facilities at an cx-
pen e of § 30,000. Deed race .
Nebraska Derby on Tuesday.
Guidless horsos. Air ship. Great
world renowned bands. Western
league ball. Amateur athletic
meet and all sorts of amusements.
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Y\rG 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.
OriOOKSTON. NEBRASKA. MAX E YIERTEL
DEALER IN EVERYTHING.
what you have to sell.
what you want to buy.
Call and see us. Phone 23
W. A. PETTYCREW , CcNERAL NIDSE.
Chartered as a State Bank Chartered aa a ! N ational Bank
June 1 , 1884. August 12 , 1002 ,
Valentine , Nebraska.
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CAPITAL PAID UST \s > A fipncnil Itankuig
G. H. CORNELL , President. J. T. MAY , Vice-President.
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Tobaccos and Cigars.
Canned Goods 3C3C Lunch Counter.
Phone 7 ome Ba
Stetter & Tobien , Props . ,
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.J.J.0. J-i.JLii\ V + - - * % * j.
and Salt Meats. . . . '
! \V\\\ \ \ \ buy your Cuttle , Hogs ,
t Poultry , Horses , Mules and
anything you have to sell.
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