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? - - . i. * iJ hn VALEN DEMOCRAT v .JL JL JL i Ji 3JL VOLUME zxi VALENTINE. NEBRASKA , THTJBSDAY , NOVEMBER 29 , 1906. NUMBER Stoves Ranges Now is the time to look over your stoves. If you are going to need a Furnace , a Base Burner , a Heater , a Range or anything in the stove line do not fail to look up the following. It means dollars to you. We car ry a complete line of Peninsular Base Burn = ers , Heaters and Ranges , a line of stoves made upon hon or. There are scores of them in use right in your own com munity , and everyone speaks praises for the entire line. Their make up includes all the latest improvements in the stove line. In addition to the Peninsular line , we carry a few special lines in heaters , including Coles' Original Hot Blast , absolutely air tight and a perfect stove for all kinds of fuel. The 20th Century Laurel , a perfect stove for soft coal or slack. Has closed grate and a 20th Century fire pot which is guaranteed for five years. Also the "Master Economy" and the ' 'Betort Jewel. " V Come in and see us before buying elsewhere. It won't cost you anything to look. RED FRONT MERC. CO. t'W SEE OUR NEW LINE OF Boys' Clothing Ladies Shirt Waists and Skirts "Wagons and Buggies Lumber and Hardware Pictures Framed to Order , TINWARE , OILS , ETC. Lamps , Crockery , Lime , Coal , Paper. EURNITURE AND COFFINS. Established In Valentine since 1885. Licensed JEmbalmer Chartered as a State Bank Chartered as a Rational Bank June 1 , 1884. August 12. 1002 , Valentine , Nebraska. . ( Successor to ) CAPITAL PAID IN A General Banking OHO Exchange and U\J\J. ) . Collection Business. C. H. COBNELL , President. J. T. MAY , Vice-President. - M. V , NICHOLSON , Cashier. Ask the Revenue Man * rf ' : The Pure Food Law going into effect Jaim- . ary 1 , 1907 , mil not cause any change in the goods sold by "W. F..A. MELTENDORFFwho car ries the finest line of Whiskies in town. : : : Just as well Get the Best while you are at it. - j Wholesale Dealer in Pabst and Krug Beer. Wther E A , MeltendorE NEW TIME TABLE , C.&H.W. WJZSTBOUI ) , EASTBOUXD. 1:47 A. 51. So. o " No. G " 4:35 A.M. 9:40 A , M. No. 81 freight. No. 82 " 4:00 : P.M. No. 11C " 5:20 A. M. 11:43P.M. No. 119 " ( Doesn'tcarry psgrs ) Jlectings at the 31. E. Cliurcli Every Sunday. MORNING SERVICES Sunday School begins at 10:00 o'clock. Preaching " 11:00 : Junior League " " 2:30 p. in. EVENING SERVICE3- Epworth League begins at 0:30 o'clock. Preaching " 7:30 " REV. C. E. CoxxEMi , Pastor Talk of the Town. Born , to Will Thomas and wife , near Woodlake , Nov. 19 , 1906 , a baby girl. A man from the east was selling a car of apples in town several days the past week. Found A. watch in canyon. Owner prove property and pay expenses. Jacob Martin , Valen tine , Nebr. You can get a case of 2i bottles of Webb's soda for 75c , delivered to your house. Try a case. Tel ephone 117. 31 Milt Latta and son Nile were in town several days this week. Milt tells us that he has recently finish- d a big six inch well for the rail road company at Arabia. For Sale One Chester While boar pig , 11 years old , weight 300 pounds. Call at my place 2 miles east of Valentine , Nebr. 46 pd MICHAEL FREIBERGER. Mrs. Polly McKenny and her daughter , Mrs. Vida Ninas , are icre from Farley , la. , visiting with relatives. Mrs. McKenny is a sister of Alf Bradley and Mrs. jrallino. John F. Porath and Wm. Dit- mer drove down from Riege Tues day. Mr. Porath has a fine car riage for his family to ride in and makes an IS mile drive in about ; wo and a half to three hours. H. M. Cramer went out to his father's farm Tuesday to help fin- sh some fencing that iris father is laving done preparatory to leav- ng the farm for a year and which T. W. Cramer will rent for the next season. Herman Detgen came down : rom the German Settlement Tues day to transact business in town. Je recently finished threshing a good crop of wheat. The price is not very high now but some of the larmers are selling a load now and ihen. ihen.A. A. M. Morrissey went down to Omaha last week and brought his brother , J. G. , who had gone to Omaha from Fairfax , S. D. , in hopes of benefiting his health , home with him. He will remain here for some time if his health improves. Dad Wilkinson was in town the first of the week , the same old jol ly soul and as busy as a bird in springtime. Too many of us are hurrying through this world with out stopping to admire the beauties of creation and take some pleasure in living. Dad had time to play a few games of checkers with the champion of Cherry county and left the belt with us for the pres ent. Fischer's New Orchestra is now open for concert , dance and re ception engagements. Seasonable prices. Latest standard dance and concert music. First class mu sicians. Special music furnished for any occasion. This orchestra does church , benefit and charity work at actual expense. Frank Fischer , conductor ; Robert J. Webb , trombonist ; Wallace Mc Donald , cornetist ; Miss Blanche Springer , pianist. ' 46 [ r J -J-O MEN'S E EAR. Caps § .25 to § .50 ftfr Flannel Shirts . . . . 1.25 to 2.25 ftfr Underwear , per suit - . 1.00 to 8.00 Heavy Woolen Sox , per pr 25 to .75 2 * Lined Gloves and Mittens 50 to 1.50 A large assortment of men's overshoes in all rubber , combination felts and 4-bucHe at popular prices. 6 * ft * 49 ft * ft * ftft ft * ft * In the City Call and see them. Sam M. Terry was at the Chicago cage hotel Sunday and we enjoyed a little conversation with him. He has been out here in the west since 1855 , with the exception of while he was with the "peninsular cam paign. " He's looking old but seems to enjoy good health yet and is just as ambitious as most young men. Says he would just as soon plant an apple tree now as he would 25 or 50 years ago. This is indeed a commendable spirit. The world misses the man who builds for posterity , and his mem ory should inspire survivors with the same generous nature. Grandpa Cramer had the mis fortune last Tuesday week while out fencing on his farm to stoop over and run a weed into his left eye near the pupil. The weed stuck in deep enough to probably cause the loss of sight in that eye. The recent cold weather caused infiamation and Mr. Cramer is now in town doctoring at the home of his son , H. M. Cramer , and is barely able to sit up only a part of the time. He and Mrs. Cram er had planned to get away before Thanksgiving to visit relatives in St. Joe , and expected to spend a year away from home. Xote the Change. Owing to existing circumstances the Presbyterian ladies aid society will hold their annual bazaar and supper at Church's hall on Mon day evening , Dec. 3 , instead of previous date. 44 Br ORDER OF SEG'Y. MENU Bullion Flakes Celery Pickles lurkey Cold Ham Escalloped Oysters Baked Beans Escalloped Potatoes Brown Bread Rolls with Butter Cabbage Salad Telly Cranberry Sauce Tea Coffee Cream Sugar Mince and Pumpkin Pie Music furnished by Fischer's lew orchestra. . . . . FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING BOOTS SHOES ETC. ETC. , , . , . , are in , and we invite you to come and inspect them. PRICES AEE EIGHT. CROOKSTON NEBRASKA. , MAX E VIERTEL DEALER IN EVERYTHING. UY what you have to sell. what you want to buy. Call and see us. Phone 23 W. A. PETTYCREW , GENERAL MDSE. ' ' 3 rry3 r3 FRED WHITTEMORE , Pres. CHARLES SPXRKS , J. W. STETTER , Vice Pres. ORAH L. BRITTON , Ass't. Cashier. SoM O . Valentine , Nebraska .H 3 o V S3 CD X * Capital Surplus * M * OciO $25,000. $2,500 , , 5To Persons seeking- place of safety for their money , will profit by investigating the methods employed in our business. : : . . : : . : ; . : : i : CONFECTIONERY \ Tobaccos and Cigars. Canned Goods Lunch Counter. \ Phone Home Bakery. AT ! Sf a FRESH FRUIT AND GAME IN THEIR SEASON. First class line of Steaks , Roasts , Dry Salt Meats Smoked Breakfast JBacon. Highest Market Price Paid for Hogs. I would like to have a school for bhe winter term. A.H. . Keach , Sparks , Soft , beautiful platino photos at Barnett's studio. First four days of each month.