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VOLUME xzn VALENTINE. NEBRASKA , THUPxSDAY , JUNE 6 , 1907. NUMBER 21 " - ( Stamlard ; Ixx 5 " * If your bath room is equipped with modern , high-grade sanitary fixtures , it not only reflects credit upon your good judgment - J ment .and taste but proves your knowledge of the value of sanitation. aH&tfcffti'a Porcelain Enameled Ware is not only I beautiful and durable but absolutely sanitary as well. When you decide to install new bath room equipment let us quote you a price 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 fof repair work given prompt attention. Student Style ? rom . . - - r Friend Bros , Clothing Company lias workmanship and xwearipg qualities that will please yous CLOTHIER 'Yalentine , Nebr. JUST RECEIVED A SUPPLY OF New Which we put on sale at reasonable prices. PHONE 97 , . IJ / * * * + T S A TfV T T T / \ " 7" g i T GRANT BOYER , CARPENTER & BUILDER. i sy&xr * All kinds of wood work done to order. Stock tanks made in all sizes Valentine , - Nebrftska , Pres. CHARLES SPARK , Cashier. W. STETTEJJ , Vice Fres. QRAH L. BRITTQN , Ass'tCashier. . Persons seeking a. place of safety for their money , will prolitby investigating the methods employed in our business. : : j : : : : : : Read the Advertisements. Try Kazda's Barber Shop. tf. Buy White Star atXavenport's. ) Joe Leader of Wood Lake was n town yesterday. If you want to rent a house or rooms call on Miss E.\L Mills. tf ' Chas. Gasson has put down a brick sidewalk in front of his lot next to the DEMOCRAT office. Wallace Thackrey killed two rattle snakes this week near the old picnic ground west of town. GiantBo.ver is more than usual- y rushed this year as a carpenter laving more work than he can do. The Hobbs brothers of Simeon were in town making final proof yesterday. J. S. Carr was one of tieir witnesses. Wm. and A. L. Gillaspie and Greo. Tel Tier of Newton were in town the first of the week on busi ness settling up the estate of E. F. Gillaspie deceased. Dave Hanna and Dave Hancock of Wood Lake were in town Mon day. Mr. Hanna says the hay valleys and lakes are fuller of water this year than ever before. Mrs. J. R. Ayers returned Sun day night from Atlantic Ga. whore she has been the past 2 months. Mr. Ayers mot Mrs. Ay res at- Manilla Iowa where they -visited relatives a few days before re timing home. Miss Leta Stetter returned Tues- lay from Dewitt where she has been teaching school the past year. We understand that Miss Stetter las been employed to te ph the 12th grade \IgCoplf ] \ the foflow- ng yearafc jj gaqfl Mrs. papnJO Moore and son Leo of Cody are visiting relatives and friends in Valentine the past week returning yesterday. Mrs. Moore s a sister to Mrs. C. E. ConnelK and formerly. ? lived in. Valentine doing pres [ rfia ipg for a nqmbev jE of yeaps . Born to Mr. & Mrs. D. M. Biars Sunday May 23 a baby girl at the residence of Mrs. Shore where Mrs. Sears had been stay- ng for several days. Mr. Sears ; ame in last Saturday and the following day took hs } family home to their raqcb south of Ken nedy , J. M. Halya had several horses badly scorched and burnt in the recent prairie fire which passed j through that section of the country b it they are getting better with ireful treatment. Everybody was out fighting fire which was set from lightning in five different places in that country. Fritz porath SF. had the misr fortune last Thursday while ping a corn sheller , to break his right arm. The handle struck his arm after he had let go. lie came to town to have it set and Monday he and Mrs. Porath were in town to have the doctor dress his arm. He seems to be getting along all right. Our friend Geo. D. Huggins of Norden was in town a couple of days the past week ap $ fpui time to calj at our office fora. . frjendjy chat. Mr. Huggins is a phecker player and some time this summer expects to play us a game but he wants Jim McLean to play } first for the championship and then he says he will play the champion- H. ] 3. Clapp , a Simeon ranch man was. in town Monday and called at our oflice for a few words of derroe'atic cheer and tell us about a wolf down there that jumped onto a yearling belonging to Mr. Young and bit : i piece out of its batk and killed it last Satur- ; day. A wolf hunt was organized j Sunday and they rode all over the j ' hills but failed to find the wolf. 1 ' 4 ? 4\ * The warm days of June ought to start you to thinking about summer goods. If they don't may be 9 we can by offering a line of V ; 40c , 35c and 30c , Goods at 25c. ft < ? - " & > . i' . These goods range in a variety of popular pat J > ' ? i terns and colors including browns , tans and grays 5s and comprise the mohairs , lawns and the light weight 5V wool effect goods. We are also showing a pretty V % < ? line of dotted Swisses and batistes at prices ranging Jft Ji C from ft / f ' x 12c to 25c , PER YD. ftft ftft ftft % ? i We have just received new patterns in the ft < 9 grays and checked goods. Look them over. : ; John Neiss came down from Rosebud the first of the week. For "Rent. 3 rooms over print ing office. I. M. RICE , tf Hon. C. H. Cornell went up to Rushville to attend a Banker's Convention last week. Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Hooper are visiting their daughter Vannie who is now Mrs. Newman near O'Neill , } Agent JCelley of Rosebud , was down j fotday after the funds to be paid * out * to the Indians for thein annual payment. The M. W. of A. of Crookston will give a dance in their Ha.ll Friday night June 14 , 100 ? and invite j everybody to come. / We saw an item in the Chadron Journal stating that Mayor Dahl- man's daughter Miss Ruth would be married Wednesday , ( yester day. ) A large number of Valentine people went out to the lakes the past week to fish for bass. The fishing has been good but we sup pose spmo will have poor luck. J , C. Brown , a new settler formerly from Salina , Kansas , and his two brothers Thomas and John were in town Monday on business and made our office a friendly business call. Mr. Brown's bro thers are looking for land. Mr. and Mrs , VIW Sparks re turned frqiu Seattle , Wash. Mon- y and expect to make their hone here. Mr. Sparks did not enjoy good health in the west and he probably thinks Valentine looks better to him than he thought when he moved away last fall. Last Sunday the M. W. A. lodge met at 2:30 : at Fraternal Hall and from there proceeded to the cemetery marching two and two , led by their Woodmen team , j in uniform and bearing Woodmen badges and banner. Appropriate cerercjopies were held at the grave of Col. F < - J. Davenport a former member of the lodge conducted by Rev. Beale of the Presbyterian church , who is now a member of our lodge. A. beautiful wreath was placed on the grave and another upon the grave of August J. Helper. The Junior Normal Lecture \ Course will givo. you an oppor tunity to hear U. S. Senators E. J. Burkett and Norris Brown , Gov. Sheldon , the poet imperson ator Edmund Vance Cook and two attractive musical organization-- ; viz the Chicago Glee Club and the University Ghje Club and many prominent Xebraska Educators. Watch for the dates. ' f : 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 jvill sell below cost. Come and NEBHASKA. MAX E lERTEL DEALER IN EVERYTHING. _ _ _ 9 * - * -i ? * yit-9 il3 A8 what you have to sell , \ \ what you want to buy. Call and see us. Phone 23 W. A. PETTYCREW , GENERAL KiDSE. Chartered as a State Bank Chartc-red as a IVational Bank June 1 , 1884. August 12 , 1902 , Valentine , Nebraska. .4 ( Successor to ) PAID Of A fit i.pral . Banking Exobangp and Collection Lusinesa. C. H. CCBSELL , President. J. T. MAY , Vice-President. M. V. NrnnoLfinK. Cashier. j "CONFECTIONERY Tobaccos and Cigars. Canned Goods ? C2 Lunch Counter. S Phone Home Bakery. ? ; g2SS2SS 52KSiSSEE : SQa isU ! "if l * & > i&u fij i N \ IMII &i. . > L ' % * * * - < - i-l > ij"Ji v * jjfi < * r mil * 4- 'V'a y Tl1 ' FRESH FRUIT AND GAME tW& 1 J2S1 THEIR SEASON. iiWAM First clas ? Hue T > Steaks. Ronstrf > Drv Salt MeaU Smoke 1 Hreakfa r lHc .n. ! Highest Market Price Paid for Hogs.