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1. M. Kice , Editor and Proprietor VALENTINE , NEBE. , THURSDAY , APRIL 6 , 1911. Volume 26 , No. 13
THE GREEN FRONT
AH kinds of Merchandise. I can afford
to sell as low as anybody , 1 buy pro
duce and pay market price for hides.
MIKE DAVIS ,
VALENTINE , - NEBRASKA.
McGEER & CARROLL , Proprs.
Fine Wines , Liquors and Cigars
Bourbon Whiskies : Rye Whiskies :
Old Crow , Sherwood ,
Hermitage , Guchenheimer ,
Cedar Brook , Sunny Brook ,
Spring Hill , and 29/year/old
anctjas. E , Pepper , O , F , C , Taylor ,
These whiskies were purchased in bond
and came direct from the IT. S. gov
ernment warehouse. They are guaranteed - -
anteed pure and unadulterated. Un
excelled for family and medical use.
Three Star Hennessy and Dreyfus Brandies , Imported
Gordon and DeKuyper Gins , Guinness's Extra Stout.
Bass Ale , Storz Blue Ribbon and Budweiser Beer ,
' - > Valentine Nebraska
Bread , Pastries , Lunches , Meals
W CONFECTIONERY , CIGARS . . , TOBACCOS '
TELEPHONE NO. 7 m
Soft Drinks 1
JOHN G. STETTER PROP.
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BULLS FOR SALE
* Registered Hereford Bulls for
sale at all times of the year.
SUNNY SLOPE STOCK RANCH !
Simeon - Nebraska
JOHN JE1. POEATH
BUKGE , XEB.
Tubular Wells and'Windmills
Call me up by phone
JOHN D. EATON
"Light and Heavy Draying *
I Furniture and pianos handled
I in a careful manner. Coal
< hauled and trunks and grips
! I a specialty. Phone No. 48.
The Chicago House
. _ . JIM FELCH , Propr.
" * *
Gall' on me for rooms and
" * lodging.
Vafentutf * - ' NebteSka
U. S. Weather Bureau Report
WEEK ENDING MCH.23,1911.
Daily mean temperature 44 = .
Normal temperature 33 = >
Highest temperature 78 ° .
Lowest temperature 20 ° .
Range of temperature "S3.
Precipitation for week 00 00 of an inch.
Average for 23 3'ears 0/28 of an inch.
Precipitation March 1st. to date 0.00 inches.
Average for 23ears 0.78 of an inches.
JOHN J. MCLEAN. Observer.
Go to Fischer's hardware for
fresh seeds. 10
Furnished rooms to rent by day
or week. Hot and cold water
baths included. Valentine House ,
John D. Eaton , Propr. - 32tf
1520-acre ranch' to lease for a
number of years , 6 miles south
west of Arabia , improvements in
first class condition.
9 C. D. QUERY , Arabia , Neb.
St. Nichols Church.
Services will be held at the
Catholic church as follows :
In Valentine on Palm Sunday ,
April9 , and Easter Sunday , April
First mass at 8 a. m.
Second mass at 10 a. ra.
Benediction of the Blessed Sac
rament after mass.
On Palm Sunday distribution of
the palms before high mass.
On Good Friday rosary and
stations of the cross at 3 p. m.
In Crookston April 23,10 a. m.
Leo M. BLAERE ,
At Wood Lake.
We went down to Wood Lake
Monda'y and found the people busj >
Frank Krampert and Henr.v
Lausen were working like harvest
hands loading people with furni
ture and other goods.
J. M. Day had a cheerfal smile
and rushed away to attend to the
wa-nts of some customers who
claimed to be from sauer kraat
valley and never sorry.
The Citizens bank has moved
to their new building and there
we found J. C. Applegate , Nick
Uck , Wash Honey , Postmaster
Waggoner , W. A..Parker and W.
F. Parker , the cashier. They in
vited us into the inner circle and
there we camped until near sup
Johnson Bros , were busy and
business looked prosperors.
A. M. Lotspeich had his store
brilliantly lighted after supper
and we dropped in to.visit with a
do/en people who came in to get
something and lingered for awhile.
W. A. Parker also had a bright
light and we visited there for a
time. " " " wi'
Austin Howe had a number of
teams in from the country and his
stable is on the Main street handy
Harry Lyons found time to
We met Jake Groves , Charley
Miller , S. E. Smith , Geo. Davis ,
H. C. Vian , i\Ir. Schlueter , Ed
Ballard and saw a number of oth
ers we didn't know very well.
They were scattered over the town
trading and some started home
The Woodlake people are cheer
ful and contented. No strife nor
contention until some fool agitator
comes along to try to tell them
how mean they are and then every
man of 'em is ready to resent it.
But curry the right way and
they'll pat back and as loyal good
fellows as you'll find anywhere.
Pearl Scofield from the Hot
Springs , S. D. , schools was en
rolled in the 6th grade last week.
The Gordon-Rushville inter high
school debate held at Rushville
last Saturday evening was won by
Rushville. Miss Van' Driel was
one of the judges.
Friday evening , April M , will
occur the Valentine-Gordon inter
high school debate at Gordon. Our
debaters are Helen Sparks , Alice
McLean and Kate Helzer. They
are a strong team and will win.
The high school declamatory
contest which was held Friday
evening was a great success so far
as the participants could make
it , each one doing very creditably
her part. The dramatic class were
Minnine Adamson , Gladys Jack
son and Maude Kector. The oratorical
torical were Edna Brown and
Mary Jacobs. The judges were
Mrs. W. A. Johnson of Wood
Lake , Supt. Cowan of the experi
ment station and C. A. Ruby.
Maude Rector and Mary Jacobs
were chosen to represent the Val
entine high school at the district
declamatory 'contest ' at Chadron
April 6. Besides the contestants
s&veral little girls gavb rtecifcttong ;
Dorothy Howe gave "On the Way
Home , " Reva Rosseter "The Rag
gedy Man" and Chloe Morey
"Saturday Night's Dream , " which
greatly delighted the audience.
Helen Sparks and Alice McLean
each favored the audience with a
beautiful solo , and Spray Gard
ner's violin solo was much appre
ciated. The program was greatly
enjoyed by all.
The Northwest Nebraska Dist
rict Teachers' meeting will be held
at Chadron Friday and Saturday
of this week. Miss Nelson and
Bettenga of the Valentine school s
are on the program , the former
for a discussion of Supt. Cooper's
address on "attention" and the
latter on "playgrounds and their
equipments. ' ' An effort will be
made to secure the association for
Valentine next year.
Alfred Pruden and wife were in
Miss Mattie Robertson is home
from South Dakota where she
spent the winter.
The pool hall is rapidly nearing
completion and will prove qtute
an improvement to the town.
John Sheerer and wife came up
from Kilgore and went down to
their homestead on the river.
Mrs. Henry.Cottier has return
ed from Hot Springs where she
took her mother for medical treat
Mrs. Thompson of Gordon came
down from Gordon and went out
$ oj.he Churn ranch to yisit her
daughter , Mrs. Geo. Shadbolt.
The Commercial hotel and the
Bailey real estate offices are well
equipped with gas lights. Arthur
Russell of Denver is doing the
work. He says he has orders for
four or five more plants in this
If you are troubled with the
small rodent animals commonly
called mice in your homes call on
the clerk in Sasenbery &Lessert's
ston ? . Pie can tell you or rather
show you how to get rid of them
judging from the scene we wit
Dan Garner's team ran away
one day last week , Mrs. Garner
was in the buggy holding the team
when it became frightened at the
train and ran away , throwing Mrs.
Garner out. The team ran into a
telephone pole smashing the bug
Last Saturday week Donald
White was accidently shot through
the hand with a 22 calibre by
Gordon White. The boys were
shooting at a target and Donald
while scuffling with others ran be
tween just as Gordon pulled the
trigger. The wound is not ser
Card of Thanks.
To the many people who have
offered sympathy and substantial
aid during the illness , death and
burial of our little child we offer
our heartfelt thanks and gratitude.
To the ladies who sent flowers and
to the members of of our loyal
lodge , remembering us when it
was impossible.to help in person ,
we are very grateful. To the
physicians who did not give up
until it was all over , and to the
friends who took our baby at the
gate when we could go no farther ,
we offer our everlasting gratitude.
MR. AND MRS. H. W. GRA
HAM AXD FAMILY.
Children and young people of ten
need glasses more than older persons
sons- Call and let Dr. Perrigo
explain the = why of it. At Dono-
hotel April 8& i3 3
and the new Spring Line of Clothing is
here and open for your inspection in all
lines for Men and Boys.
Prices from $1.75 to $30.
Remember you promised yourself a
new outfit for Easter. Why not look over
the new stock while it is still complete ?
You ought to see our new Spring Hats ,
Shoes and Oxfords.
Agent for Dr. Eeed Cushion Soled
DLartercd ns n Stnte Batik Chartered ris a Nntloij&l Bunk
June 1,1834. August 12 , UX .
lh FIRST NATIONAL BANK
( Successor to Uunk of Viilentlnr. ) ,
Yalenfcine , - Nebraska.
SURPLUS CAPITAL - - $25.000 25.000 A Greneral Banking , Exchange
Uudivided Profits 4,000 and Collection Business : : : :
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3. H. CORXKIL , President. M. V. NICHOLSON , Cashier.
. . . .
J. T. May , Vice President. Miss GLEN HOKNIG , Asjo.'t Cashier.
AT REASONABLE PRICES
When in need of anything
GIVE US A TRIAL *
MAX E. VIERTEL
DEALER IN EVERYTHING
Crookston - Nebraska
= DRS. DALLAL & BARAKAT , =
GENERAL PRACTICE and SURGERY
EYES TESTED and GLASSES FITTED SCIENTIFICALLY.
We compound and dispense our own medicines. Office on 2nd floor ot
T. C. Hornby's. Phone 161. Valentine , Nebraska
GRANT BOYER ,
CARPENTER & BUILDER.
All kinds of wood work done to order. Stock tanks made in all sizes
Residence and shop one block south of passenger , depot.
Valentine , PHONE 72 . Nebraska
References : My Ma'ny Customers.
Stetter & Tobien , Props.
All Kinds of Fresh f
and Fait Meats. . . .
VVill buy your Cattle , Hogs ,
Poultry , Horses , Mules and
tnything you have to sell.