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Volume 26 , No. 25 VALENTINE , NEBR. , THURSDAY , JUNE 29 , 1911. . per year
We have a number of broken lots and
sizes in Mens9 and ladies' Oxfords which
we are offering at exceptional prices.
This is good , clean , stylish stock at a
great saving in price.
Mens' $4.00 Tan Oxfords
Mens' $3.50 Tans and Patents .
Mens' $3.00 Black and Ox = blood .
Ladies' $4.00 Oxfords .
Ladies' $3.00 Oxfords .
Ladies' $2.50 Oxfords .
Ladies' $1.75 Oxfords .
THE CORNER STORE
Davenport & Co.
A SQUARE DEAL FOR ALL
It has been our policy in the past , and it shall con
tinue so in the future to do all we possibly can to
help our customers save all they can. If you have
never dealt with the Green Frqnt before , try them
once , you'll find out. Remember we handle the two
strongest lines of shoes there ace Brown , and Seiz *
Try thern and you will wear no other. We Guarantee -
tee them. Do not forget the GREEN FRONT , they
rfre your money saver.
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VALENTINE , NEBRASKA ,
This is the time of the year , when your wife
does not like to stand over a hot stove frying
meats , and would rather that you would
buy for her :
One-half pound Pink Salmon
One-half Red Salmon
Steak - pound . . . . 15c
One pound choice Red Alaska Ofjp
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Salmon , tall
One pound , Forest City 25c
Special , tall , red
One pound Columbia River 25c
Salmon steak , flat
One pound Forest City 25c
Special , flat
Also a full line of Sardines , Potted Meats ,
Chipped Beef , Roast Beef , Corned Beef and
Baked Beans. Fresh vegetables are scarce ,
we have a full line in cans.
Red Front Merc. Co.
Grocery Department Phone 5.
= DRS. DALLAL & BARAKAT , =
GENERAL PRACTICE and SURGERY
EYES TESTED and GLASSES FITTED SCIENTIFICALLY.
We compound and dispense our own medicines. OUice ou 2nd. floor ot
* T. . Hornby's , Phone 161. Vatentine , Nebraska
Mrs. J. C. Quigley is visiting
aer parents in Wahoo this week.
Mrs. Helper and daughter Ber
tha are visiting with Joha Helzer
at Cut Meat.
Peter Lower returned from Hot
Springs Friday night practically
cured of rheumatism.
Wm. D. Clarkson and daugh
ters Vivian and Flora left for Lin
coln and Omaha Monday night.
John W. Bullis of Sturgis , S. D. ,
spent several days this week visit-
ng his brother Charles and family.
Mrs. B. I. Johnson offers sever
al bargains this week. Look up
the display ad in another column.
D. M. Sears , W. E. Packingham
and G. J. Gaskill of Kennedy
spent Friday , and Saturday in Val
Forest Shepar l went up to Craw-
! ord last Saturday , where Mrs.
Shepard is visiting relatives. They
will remain there until after the
B. Tinkham and Hans Micheals
were up from Wood Lake Satur
day to attend the Faddis , Stead-
man and Rowley horse sale.
Miss Edith Adamson returned
lorae last week from Des Moines ,
x > wa , where she has been study-
ng music in Drake university the
Dave Hanna , D. J. Kirkman ,
John Herring and Nathan Kelly
were up from Wood Lake Satur
day. Mr. Herring bought some
lorses at the sale.
C. O. Goodrich of Cody was in
Valentine Tuesday on business at
; he land office. He received the
paterft on his Kinkaid homestead ,
eight miles west of Cody.
Mrs. J. S. Kalblinger was pain-
iully injured last Saturday. The
team she was driving to town
whirled around , throwing her into
a wire fence , cutting her left arm
Services in St. John's Church
on Sunday , July 2 , both morning
and evening as follows : Sunday
school at ten , Holy Eucharist with
sermon at eleven a. m. , Evensong
with address at eight p. m. Choir
rehearsal on Saturday evening
July 1 , at eight o'clock.
Despite the hot dry weather of
; he past two weeks crops on an
average look good. The rain Sat
urday night and Sunday freshened
vegetation considerably and the
Farmers of Cherry county are not
yet giving up hope of good re
turns for their labor.
Frances W. V. Harden and
George B. Cutler were married
at the home of the bride's parents ,
Mr. and Mrs. George Harden ,
Rev. J. E. Parsons officiating.
Only a few intimate friends were
present. Mr. and Mrs. Cutler
ill spend most of the summer in
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Searby of
Crookston started overland Fri
day for Colorado. They will be
gone all summer and expect to have
a delightful time camping in the
mountains. Before coming home
they will dispose of their team
and wagon and return by rail.
The preliminary hearing of
George and Alma Weed , Kenneth
Murphy and Harry Heath was
held on Tuesday , June 27 , before
County Judge Quigley. The de
fendants waived trial and were
bound over to the district court
without bail. Many people were
down from Cody and Merriman ,
and the district court room , where
the hearing was held , was crowd
Tracer eU & Plitt will open their
new feed and sale stable on Satur
day July 1. This barn is one of
the largest and finest in northwest
Nebraska having stalls for sixty
head of horses in the main build
ing and several stalls at the west
end of the large feed corral. Stock
sales will be held in the corral and
seats are provided around the top
of the high board fence. It is the
intention' the proprietors to
have auction sales of sto-jk the last
of each month. Col. Trace well
will sell several head of hfr'ses and
muleson Saturday for Ferguson
and GaretS.'f Vf > "
Mrs. Kennedy is visiting at her
old home south of Ainsworth.
Fred Cumbow attended the Sorensen -
ensen sale near Brownlee on Tues
Miss Ruth Quigley accompanied
Miss Pauline Killian lo her hon e
in Wahoo last week.
Mrs. Hoxy arrived here Tues
day night to visit with her so ; ,
Dr. R. P. Hoxey and family.
Mrs. Minnie Shanahan of Lin
coln , deputy organizer for the
D. of H. is in Valentine this week.
Frank Bray ton , who is in Fond
du Lac , Wis. , is much improved
in health and is expected home
sometime next month.
Geraldine Tracewell , who has
been teaching at Atkinson is home
for the summer. Miss Tracewell
will return to Atkinson this fall.
Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Headington
drove up from their home south of
Wood Lake Sunday in their auto
for a short visit with Mrs. Head-
ington's parents , Mr. and Mrs. H.
Marie Christensen will go to Oma
ha to-morrow night for a month's
visit with Miss Maude Xeble.
Miss Neble will probably return
home with her. Bessie Shaul will
fill-her position at the Red Front
Attention Odd Fellows.
On July 13 , the Odd Fellow de
gree team from Gordon will be
here to exemplify the work in the
1st , 2nd and 3rd degrees. All Odd
Fellows in good standing are in
vited to be present.
Special prices on summer dress
goods and low shoes at the Ked
See our Platner stackers before'
you buy. Ludwig Lumber Co.
Steel and wood tanks in all sizes
and prices at Ludwig Lumber Co.
The Phelps Photo Studio is open
the first Wednesday and Thursday
of each month. 16tf
Millet seed for sale at Checker
Front Feed barn. Frank Ash-
burn , Prop , 23-3
Furnished rooms to rent by day
or week. Hot and cold water
baths included. " "Valentine House ,
John D. Eaton , Propr. 32tf
For Sale : From 1 to 40 head of
horses ; from 1 to f of land , close
to town. Residence and lot.
H. H. Wakefield , Crookston ,
The best windmill is the Eclipse
at Ludwig Lumber Co.
To Rent : Two 4-room houses.
One has good cellar and water in
house. Both close in on Cather
ine street , less than a block from
Main street. 16
Dr. M.'F. Meer , dentist , will be
at the Lakeview Hotel , Woodlake ,
the first Monday and Tuesday of
each month. 19tf
The Phelps Photo Studio is open
the first Wednesday and Thursday
in each month. 16tf
Sprains require careful treatment.
Keep quiet and apply Chamberlain's Lin
iment freely. It will remove the sore
ness and quickly restore the parts to a
healthy condition. For sale by Chap
man , the druggist.
At § 5,00 per acre , S. 1-2 of S.
W. 1-4 and S. 1-2 of S. E. 1-4 of
Sec. 26 , Tp. 31 , Range 26 of
Cherry county , Nebraska. Will
leave mortgage of § 500 , at 6 per
cent for 4 years.
G. H. Folkins , Ames , Iowa.
Ranch For Sale.
590 acre ranch 20 miles east on
north side of Niobrara. Two
miles of river front , 100 acres un
der cultivation. Soil , sandy loam ,
hay land , and abundance of timber
for farm purposes , running water
from pure springs that never
freeze in winter. Fair improve
ments , fenced and cross fenced.
This is an ideal ranch home and will
be sold at a bargain $12.50 per
acre. Half cash , balance on lil er.-
terms. . Address owner , J < $ HN
The new Spring Line of Clothiug 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 the 4th. 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
Yes , we've got it , if not we'll get it
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Orders jf taken for all music . ,
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Are You Hungry ?
Get anything on earth that's good to eat at ;
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AT REASONABLE PRICES
When in need of anything
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MAX E. V1ERTEL
DEALER IN EVERYTHING
Crookston - Nebraska
Stetter & Tobien , Props.
All Kinds of Fresh
and Fait Ivfeats. . . .
Will buy your Cattle , Hogs ,
Poultry , Horses , Mules and
anything you have to self.
Miss Anna Galloway and Miss
Maud Rector returned home from
, N0rden Saturday evening , where
.they hidfe > b3 fi visiting for the
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Never leave home on a journey - without
out a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic , -
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It'is
almost certain to be needed and cannot *
be obtained \vhetf "on board the cars' or *
steamships. For sale by Chapman , thi
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