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Valentine Democrat. (Valentine, Neb.) 1900-1930, May 30, 1907, Image 1

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VOLUME xznVALENTINE. . NEBRASKA. THUESDAT , MAT HO , 1907 NTTMBER 20
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i Standard"
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
sanitation.
TStatffed * Porcelain Enameled Ware 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 prjee. 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 v/ork given
prompt attention.
Student Stylef
Friend Bros. Clothing Company
Has workmanship and wearing
qualities that will please you.
CLOTHIER
Yalentine , Nebr.
JUST RECEIVED A SUPPLY OF
Which we put on sale at reasonable prices.
PHONE 97 ,
GRANT BOYER ,
CARPENTER & BUILDER.
All kinds of wood work done to order. 'Stock tanks made in all sizes
Valentine , - Nebrask a
FRED WHITTEMORE , Pres. ( 'HAKLES SPARKS , Cashie - .
J. W. STETTER , Vice Pres. ORAH L. BRITTON , Ass't. Cashier.
Of
P2oj o . Valentine , Nebraska re _
u g
Crt Capital Surplus
$2,500. ,
Persons seeking a place of safety for their money , will profitby
, - investigating the methods employed in our business. : : : : : : : : : :
Read the Advertisements ,
Y. M. C. A. vs Valentine
The Y. M. C. A. aggregation of
sphere tossers met the horse hide
chasers from Valentine , Crawford ,
Gordon and various other noted
cities last Monday afternoon on
the Y. M. C. A. campus.
When the game began , a man
wearing a Crawford brand was in
the box. At the end of the first
inning , it looked as though he was
going tcrmake the Y. M. C. A.
bunch go some. The score stood
2 to 0 in favor of Valentine.
However , Gorrell started in to
do things to the mixture in the
second inning and when the smoke
had rolled away and thp. final roll
called it was found that Valentine
had not done a thing , while Chadron
had corralled one lone score.
Gorrell serjt them to the bench
in one , two , three order in the
third while Chadron landed harden
on Moss for four scores.
Beginning with the fourth inn
ing Moss took a back seat on
second base and Carter from some
where attempted to toss the sphere
in such a manner as to bring terror
into the cam ] ) of the Chadronites.
However , the boys found him for
one score. The remainder of the
game was close except the eighth
inning when Chadron added five
large juicy scores to the already
good mnjority.
Final score , Chadron 12 , Valen
tine 3. Batteries : Valentine , Moss
and B. Carter ; Blaster and Fisher ;
Chadron , Gorrell and Sprague.
Umpire , Harry Hooker. The
Chadron Journal.
Valentine Loses.
;
On account of the rain life *
double header that was to have
been played here last Saturday
between the Valentine team and
the Gordon high school had to be
postponed. The Valentine team
went to Crawford and played the
Crawford team Sunday and were
beaten by a score of 6 to 5. Mon
day they played Chadron and were
again beaten by a score of 11 to 3.
Tuesday they played the High
School here and were beaten by a
score of 12 to 9. It was a very
interesting game from start to
finish alt.ho some very poor plays
were made on both sides. The
game was played very quietly and
but for one exception there was
no fussing. Valentine's first base
man got sore because of a certain
decision of the umpire but did
nothing but chew the rag a little ,
when the umpire told him to quiet
down which he immediately did.
During the first part of the game
Valentine's center fielder got hit
in the eye with a long fly and had
to leave the diamond and before
the end of the game his eye was
swelled shut. The Gordon Jour
nal.
David K. Hendershot born Janu
ary 9 , 1858 , in Lnzurue Co. Penn.
Died May 23,1907 , age 49 years 4
months and 14 days. Mr. Kender-1
shot came to Cherry Co. Nebraska
in 1889 , where he has since resided
until death has called him from
earthly toils. Funeral services were
held at the home twelve miles south
of Georgia Friday May 24 at eleven
o'clock. Conducted'by Rev. Edward
Magill pastor of the M. E. church
at Crookston. Deceased dying very
suddenly and unexpecled Thursday
morning while yet asleep. Mr.
Hendershot has been for a number
{ of years affl cted with lit art disease
but did not realize that the end was
so near. When retiring Thursday
evening for rest as usual , never
thinking but what he would see the
rising of the sun again. The de
ceased leaving an aged1 mother J
wife and five children , three sons
and two daughtets , to mourn the
loss of son , husband and father.
The bereaved family has the sym
pathy of thecommunity.
Straw hat season will soon begin and those
4 ? who want to keep cool during the hot summer days
will be looking for one of those comfortable Mexi
can hats. The styles this year are entirely different
from previous seasons and are more novel than ever ftfr
before. We are handling .them in
I *
4 ? and also nice line of Men's '
4 ? grades , a and Boys'
Straws in different styles and prices ,
Look this line over when you feel like buy ftfr
4 ? ing your new straw hat.
Crookston Items , j
W. Epke living near Spaiks was
seen on our street Saturday.
Material has arrived for the new
hriclge across the Minnechaduza
south of town. *
Henry Fowler & wife called at the
home of Mrs. Daniel Fowler at
Harmony last Sunday.
Mumps is still in style , you would
think so to ohserve how carefully
the afflicted ones treat them.
R. L. Hall of Long Pine was hi
Crookston last week looking after *
the interest of Krotter & EEall.
Mr. Elliott section foreman who
was hurt ahout a month or six weeks
ago is steadily and slowly improving.
Remember that Crookston has re
ligious services every Sunday morn
ing. Sunday school at 10 o'clock
preaching at 11 o'clock.
The school children will give their
program Saturday evening. Friends
give the children a good house and
encourage them in their work.
Mrs. Ed.Magill left last Wednes
day afternoon for Ainsworth where
she will spend a few weeks visiting
friends & relatives. Preacher will j
have a quite time at home running
the kitchen department.
I. M. Jones returned last week
with a bride which wns not surpris
ing to the community. They re
ceived the usual congratulations.
Mr , and Mrs. Jones left on the
Sunday morning train for Neleigh
Nebr
K i jhfoors Attention.
The first Sunday in June of
each year has been designated by
the Head Camp of Modern Wood
men of America as Memorial day.
In accordance with this custom all
members of Valentine Camp No.
j j 1751 are requested to assemble at
the camp at 2 p. m. on the day
deFjjfonah'd and from thence the
camp will proceed in a body to
Mount Hope cemetery for the
purpose of decorating" the graves
of deceased neighbors.
L. C. SPAUKS , Counsel.
19 2 GEO. ELLIOTT , Clerk.
A sensible younjr lady of Kan
sas made the following request of
her friend : ' 'Do nut , lay me down
by the rippling brookside , lest the
' babbling lovers wako. mp from my
dreams , nor in the beautiful ceme
teriesin the valk-y U-st siglitseeers
cooinjr o\vr epitaps distract me :
let me sleep under the counter of
the m reliant and business man
'
who never advertises. Thorp is a
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pear.e that pa eth all uncierstainl-
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ing , and deep is the sleep in which
' the buoyant foot-fall of youth nor
the weary shuttle of ol ( ] age \\ill
i ever intrude. Ex.
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We 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.
NEBRASKA MAX E. VIERTEL
DEALER IN EVERYTHING.
s what you have to sell.
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Eii YOU
what you want to buy.
Call and see us. Phone 23
W. A. PETTY CREW , GENERAL MDSE.
-ansiresrs iresis'STri
Chartered as a Sttte Bank CharterM as a Rational Bank
Jun- , 1834. August 12 , 1902 ,
The
Valentine , Nebraska.
( Successor to )
A Gn > er l Ranking
. Collation Lusiness.
'C. EL CORNELL , President. J. T. MAY , Vice-president.
M. V. " . Cft hiflr.
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Tobaccos and Cigars.
Canned Goods Lunch Counter.
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% Phone 7 Home Bakery.
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FR.KSM FRUIT AND GAME ffflff irt
IS THEIR SEASON.
Firt clas line of Steaks , R-
Drv Salt MAM Suioke 1
Highest Market Price Paid for Hogs.
GET AT
YOUR OFFICE *

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