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7 i VALENTINE
VOLUME 2x1 VALENTINE. NEBRASKA. THTJESDAT , SEPTEMBER 6 , 1906. NUMBER 34
Harness
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e -wish to call your attention to the
fact that we carry a complete line of
'Harness , Saddelry Goods , Strap Work ,
Sweat Pads , Ely Covers , etc. , etc.
Simmons' Patent Throat Horse Collars ,
Guaranteed never to break and equal
to any $ i.OO collar on the market.
If in need of anything in this line
call and see us or send us your order
by mail. Quality and price guaran
teed. We wish also to call your attention -
tention to other goods which you
might need at this time , such as
"Keen Kutler" Hay Forks ,
the best on earth. Why ? Because
they are made right , priced right
and made from the best material.
Always buy
"Auto" Mounted Ball Bearing
GEIND STONES
Send us your mail orders or
phone to No 5 , Hardware Department
RED FRONT MERG. CO.
TsEE'xSEfR NEW 'LINE OF
Spring Clothing ;
Ladies Shirt Waists
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and Skirts
TINARD
w. c DAY ,
12.
On all sales made this day at Geo. H. Hornby's store the W. 0. T. U.
"is receiell6 . | erent. Call and'make'your purchases , as we now
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haye , ' fjneCline of holiday goods , furniture , rugs and carpets , and
man'/pnces tti'a will interest. Help the ladies by purchasing of
them on that day.
6 HOLE STEEL RANGE
"With Reservoir and Warming Closet $26.00
SNOW BALL EASY RUNNING WASHEES
Picnic Goods , Paper Plates , Napkins ,
Cups , Hammocks , Lawn , Swings ,
Balls and Bats.
Tinware , Oils , Etc , Lamps , Crockery , Lime , Coal Paper
FURNITURE and COFFINS ,
iiicenactl Flmbainier
Chartered as a State Bank Chartered as a national Bank
Juno 1 , 1884. August 12 , 1902 ,
FIRST NATIONAL BANE
Valentine , Nebraska.
( Successor to )
CAPITAIi PAID IN A General Banking
OOflT Exchange and
, \J\J\J. Collection Business
C. H. CORNELL , President. J. T. MAY , Vice-President.
M. V , NICHOLSON , Cashier.
NEW TIME TABLE , C. & N. W.
WESTIIOUD , EA8TBOUKI ) .
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1:47A.M. No. 5
No. C " 4:35 A.M.
9:40 : A. M. No. SI freight.
No. 82 " 400 ; P. M.
No. 110 " 5:20 A.M.
11:45 P. M. No. 119 " ( Doesn't curry psgrs )
Talk of the Town.
Mrs. W. S. Jackson returned
from her visit at Neligh Saturday
morning.
John AY. McDaniel returned
Monday from a surveying ex
pedition at Merriman.
Soft , beautiful platino photos at
Barnett's studio. First four days
of each month. 34 :
C. E. Connell , the new M. E.
minister , and family arrived Mon
day with his household goods.
Sheriff Simons was down in the
southern part of the state on of
ficial business the past couple of
weeks.
You can get a case of 2i bottles
of Webb's soda for 75c , delivered
to your house. Try a case. Tel-
ep.hone 117. . 31
Miss May Barnes visited at Geo.
Tracewell's last week and went
down to district No. 28 , near
Sparks , to teach this fall.
Mrs. A. GL Shaw and baby
departed Sunday morning for
Shawano , Wis. , in response to a
telegram stating that her mother
was very ill.
Capt , Powell , of the 25th Inf. >
purchased Dr. Compton s line
driving team last week , the con'
sideration being ยง 325. The cap
tain intends taking them with him
to Texas.
Webb Hilsinger and son Harry
came Jiome.-JYednesday oflasfo
w ek from Shoshoni , where they
have been for two or three months ,
the former being on the police
force at $90 per month.
Ira Moore was driving a team
on the stacker when a cockeye on
the tug of the harness broke caus
ing the whippletree to fly back ,
striking him in the bowels and
causing almost instant death.
Long Pine Journal.
Mrs. Elmore went to St. Joe ,
Mo. , last Friday to purchase her
fall stock of millinery. She was
accompanied as far as Fremont by
her niece , Ella Smith , who goes
from there to her home at Hast
ings , having been visiting Mrs.
Elmore the past two months.
Henry Murphy drove up from
ranch 12 miles west of Brownlee
last Thursday and spent a day in
our city on business and visited
some with old friends. Tt isn't
often that he comes and-there's a
great deal to talk about nowadays ,
toso the time was well spent and
goes too quickly when Mr. Mur *
phy is here. He started home
Saturday afternoon , expecting to
reach home Sunday evening.
The M. E. Sunday school , under
the leadership of Geo. H. Hornby ,
gave a picnic down at. Deer Park
last Friday. Dinner was prepared
and placed on a long table con
structed for the purpose , seating
nearly 100 persons. Capt. Shaw
was there with his camera and
took a photograph of the group
when they gathered around the
table. ' Several rope swings had
been put up and the children en
joyed swinging and playing about
the picnic grounds the whole day
long. The older people also got out
after dinner and played "drop the
hand Kerchief" and swinging in a
rope swing. It made us all feel
younger as we played the games
that we played and enjoyed so
much 30 years ago. This Sunday
school picnic was enjoyed by sev
eral wagon loads of people and
will be a pleasant recollection to
those \vho attended.
LIMP I RGAINS ! I
We are offering you a few bargains for next week. &
These won't last long , so don't miss the chance to buy :
I Oil Cloth ,
R regular width , No. 1 grade , -t j *
$ $ per yard IOC
jj Shelf Oil Cloth ,
fi good grade , per yard OC
H Standard Colored Silkoline ,
? 2 36 inches wide , best quality ,
.go per yard
* ; We have also a line of Lawns and Summer Goods which j
we are closing out at 5c per yard.
Get Your
C L O T HI ] G
at
T. C. Hornby's
J. W. Pike of Milnerville , la. ,
was out here on a visit with his
sons last week. He drove to
town with Ed. Tuesday and called
ut-pur office for a visit whileJn
town. Mr. Pike came to Cherry
County in 'Si and lived here until
a few years ago. He regrets that
he can't stay for the Old Settlers
picnic at Dunn's grove Saturday.
He expected to start home Wed
nesday morning and promised to
come oftener hereafter. It has
been two years since he was here.
His daughter and her friend who
have been visiting at Hot Springs
were expecting to pass through
Wednesday enroute home and Mr.
Pike will accompany them.
School Kote.s.
School opened Monday with an
enrollment of 270 pupils.
There are 40 per cent more pupils
in the ninth grade than have ever
been in that grade in Valentine.
The second grade has the next larg
est number of pupils of any grade
in school.
Miss Bertha Gordon of Hot
Springs , S. D. , takes Miss Blessing's
place hi the primary room , and
Miss Etta Schapper of Havelock
takes Miss Nelson's place in the
high school. The other teachers
are the same as last year.
M , E. CONFERENCE APPOINTMENTS.
CIIADKON DISTRICT.
D. J. ti'urk. I * . E. , Andrews P. 0.
Alliance . C W.llay
Alliance Circuit . To he supplied
I5ro\vnlee . . . To Le supplie.1
Cliadron . .T . 8 A. Chappell
Cody . Supplied by 13. Hunt
Crawford . Supplied by 0. T. Martin
Gordon . \V. SYork
Harrison . A. H , York
Hay Springs . A.It. York
Hcmiiigfoid . W. J. Douslas
Lakeside . Suppled liy T. M. G. BinninRhara
Merriman . 0. C. Luce
IJusliville . J. E. Baker
llushville Urcuit . To be supplied
. . . . Supplied by T. I. , Gillespie
1.OXG VIXK DISTRICT
A. 11. Julian , P , E. , Gordon P. 0
Aint worth . J. A. Johnson
Atkinson . E. D. Waterman
Bassett . Geo. D. Egner
Bassett Circuit . To be supplied
Brocksburg . A. W. Ilardy
Butte . L. W. Hortou
Crookston . Edward Maglll
Inez . To be supplied
Johnstown , Woodlake . A. T. Carpenter
LonRpine . I. C. Billion
Newport . Frank Sutt n
Xorden ( P. 0. Sparks ) . A. M. Washburn
Simeon . . * . . To be supplied
Springview . Beuj. J.Kuhler
Stuart . . * ' . . J , E. Parsons
Valentine . U.E.Counell
Curtain Swiss ,
27 inches wide , good quality , ftfr
per yard
Laces and Insertions to
match , 2 inches to 5 inches wide
per yard
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Ladies' Black Hose ,
good grade , ir.
per pair .IUO
Come and inspect our
Stock. We will try
and please you. .
: -TraWeTelephone
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\ MAX B. VIERTSL CUOOKSTUJk NEBRASKA
Dealer in Every thing.
what you have to sell.
ELL YOU ; : - ,
what you want to buy. / . - . V
Call and see us. Phone .23
W. A. PETTYCREW , GENERAL MDSE.
sgrsrres-s feTiriirBrsTtfSTysrsirre
FRED WHITTEMORE , Fres CHARLES SPARKS , Cashier
J. W. STETTER , Vice Pres. ORAH L. BRITTON , Ass't. Cashier"
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Ort .0 0 5 Capital Surplus Deposits Paido Paid
$2,580. o
Persons seeking a place of safety for their money , will profit by 1
fe * * * investigating the methods employed in our business. : : : : : : : : : :
CONFECTIONERY
Tobaccos and Cigars.
Canned Goods Lunch Counter.
| Phone Home Bakery.
Having engaged in the Meat and Batcher business we
shall endeavor to keep the best meats obtainable in a
clean and up to date shop. We solicit a share of your
patronage and invite you to visit our shop. : : : : *
JFloiir and International StocJc Fond.
VALENTINE NEBRASKA.
AVERS BROS
East side of Main St.
Read the Advertisements.

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