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VOLUME XIX VALENTINE. NEBRASKA. NOVE\TBEK 10 U > 04. NUMBER 43
Are you going to want a Heating
Stove this winter ? 1 f you are , you
want ! he best the best in appear t
ance the he.M in quality and tho * &
best in results. If you want one
that , wil' ' gi\e you the best results
for all kinds of fuel , you want one
of the following lines :
Cole's Original Hot Blast ,
Peninsular Par'or Heater
and Double Heating
Base Burners ,
The XXth Century Laurel ,
The Retort Jewel.
We have the exclusive agency
of the above lines , which include
the best stoves made. Make us a
call before buying elsewhere and we will gladly explain to you *
? all the special features of the different stoves. We guarantee
every stove mentioned to be perfectly satisfactory in every .vay
* or we will exchange it or refund money paid us.
Ct We carry the largest and most complete line of stoves of
fflu.ll kinds found in Northwest Nebraska.
Call and Inspect these stov s.
IREB FRONT MERC , co 9 *
and the best
Dress Skirt 1
on earth for
F A Six Page Noiseless Slate given with each pair of Shoes.
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Hard ware , Furniture a nd CoaLg
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" " FUJvNiTURE , bed room suiN , cl refers , chiffoniers , w"Jirrlf ] |
fe | i-obes , Iron beds strong and clean , sjfing couclus and matt resQ j
V fel'si parlor stands : utd center tables , combination book cases and i b
0lf writing desks. Latest Designs and Lo.-.est Prices. &p
Q Guns , Aminunitioii and Hunters' Supplies.
3 A full line of hardware , cutlery and stoves of best makes.
A lot of useful articles that make' house-keeping a pleasure.
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rrank rischer.n. .
Ohartared as a Stito Ban Chartered c.s a National Bank
1 , 1884. August 12. 1902 ,
Valentine , Nebraska.
( Successor to )
.APITAJj PAID IK ( -ifi-eml Ha.nl-
$25,000. Colloot.ion Busings
C.H. , President. J. T. MAT , Vice-President ,
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GET AT THIS
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TALK OF THE TOWN I
K.rcik , of Arabia , wuj-
in town on business Monday.
Born , to Charles Recce and wife ,
Sunday , Oct. 00,1904 , a baby girl.
John YTo t returned Tuesday
morning from a few weck stay in
O. II. Gorrcll is a new subscrib
er to Tin : DEroc'UAT , living at
Mis * Kttu Brown j-etiirned la t
week from a three week's visit in
Joe Peterson has resigned his
position as clerk with Davenport
Lieut. Mapcfi was called to
Om..hi : l.'i. t week by the illness of
Richard Taylor and wife havei i
moved into the Dan Handy resi- !
dence on Hall street. j
Jim McClcan was down from' '
the reservation several days the
latter part of last week. I
Yank O'Bryan and wife were
down from the reservation Friday
and Saturday of last week.
Mrs. Chapman left Monday
morning for a few days visit with
relatives and friends in Omaha. .
Will Caton returned Saturday'
to his home at Stearns , S. D. , af- ;
ter several weeks visit in our city.
Miss Eva Harden left Monday
morning for a three week's visit
with relatives and friends in In
Two of Mr. Haley's children , i
two of Mr. Quigley's and two of
L. C. Sparks' are all sick with the ,
Cecil Higgle , manager of E. J. '
DeHell's store on the reservation
at Oak Creek , was down on a vi-qt
the first of the week.
P. H. Young , of Simeon , was
in town Monday and called at this
office. . Mr. Young had just re
turned from Omaha.
Miss Inez Pettycrew left last
wei-k for Lincoln , where she will
stud.musi . - ' for a year at the
D. S. Handy arid family have
moved out. to the half way house
on the reservation and will take
charge of the * amefor \V.\Vard. .
Vm. . Thunder Hawk , foreman
cm tin.New Era , was down from
Ixosebud last week , helping load
Indian teams with freight for the
Chas. Maxwell went out to his
homestead last week and made
soimimpioverrents , staying sev
eral days. Ha votes in Woocllake
Charles Cornell accompanied
his wife and baby to Omaha this
morning where they will
visit for a short time with Mrs.
Miss Ada lumball , who has
made her home for the last nine
months in Valentine with her sis
ter , Mrs. Will Kimbell , left last
week for her home in Ainsworth.
Mrs. Frank Brayton and baby
left last week for Californiavhere
they will spend the winter with
Mrs. Brayton's parents. Mr.
Brayton accompanied her as far as
Report of school district No. 12
for month beginning Oct. 3 , and
ending Oct. 28. Number of pupils
enrolled 19 ; average attendance
14. Those not tardy during the
month were Froebel and Olive
Jones , Otis Halm , Fao Pettycrew ,
Glen Granger , William and Floyd
iSpvatt and Thrystal Palmer.
GisKiLL , Teacher.
For 1 kinds of well rnnfena
such as pipe fittings , pump heads
etc. , go the Red Front Merc. Co
We.are also agents for the Aermoto :
Mrs. Cnllen returned froniatwi
week'Mtty on her claim a week
ago Monday and left the following
day for the agency , where shehas
accepted a position as teacher un
til the Xraas vacation.
D'-nn Kfner , wife and baby came
down from Chadron Saturday
morning for a few days visit with
Mr. Efner's parents. Dean went
back to Chadron Monday morning
and Mrs. Efncr will remain the
Irihince of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hornby re
turned Fndrjy morning from a
week's visit in the East , Mrs.
Hornby remaining in Omaha and
Council Bluff < , while Mr. Hornby
and son spent a few days at the
fair in St.
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Lead , S. D. , Xov. S. Fire which
started in the Hearst Free kinder
garten today caused a small panic
among the children at that insti
tution , which , together with the
Episcopal church , to which the
flames spread rapidly , was en
tirely destroyed. With consider
able difficulty the pupils were re
moved. LOS J , 840,000.
RJB0 AT LONG PINF.
Xorfolk , Xeb. , Nov. 1. Ed Hols-
claw , of Valentine , was held up
and robbed on the main street of
in broad daylight. . JTe
releivi'd > f his watch by two
men , one who was later arrested
but broke jail Hoth have disap
peared. Slat iJournal. .
' -hrkcd tf--rilidM i beiny given
ar , "f-rnt JM the diversity of Xc-
bravKa . > , ( ilHid it jroduct ; and
tiie people nf the state , by a series
of experimentare being given
some valuable information through
tinmedium of agricultural bulle
tin i-sned from time to time by
the Ch'CHgn il N'oi-th-we-tern R'y.
The latest Mibject treated in this
series of pamphlets is the culture
t f potatoes in the soils of the north
western part of the state.
'itl ! an inl roductory paragraph
re I erring 'n ' ho history and pro
duction of this vegetable in all
parts of the world , the pamphlet
contains some interesting figures
on the economic value of this food
product , and specific information
as to the best , methods of planting.
the preparation of soil and the cul
tivation and harvest of the crop.
The adaptability of the soil in
Shotidan , Dawes , RoxButteScotts
Bluff and other Nebraska counties
has proven to be quite marked ,
and much of the land that has
heretofore yielded little or no rev-
ennp , promises by this monns to
) _ . | ' i-jr ( > . rehpTi- the r.'irnier.
This pamphlet is of value to
everyone irterested in western
Nebraska , and together with the
two recent bulletins issued by the
NorthWestern Line , on Macaroni
wheat and alfalfa , presents to the
western fanner some valuable
knowledge. Every farmer or
ranchman in western and north
western Nebraska should have ai i
copy of each of these bulletins , j
They are sent free on application
to J A. Kulin , Assistant G. 17.
and P. A. , Omaha , Nebraska.
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IMPORTED SARDINES 0
INDIA RELISH fc *
Davenport & Thacher
Large stock of
Hamilton = = Brown Shoes
All other shoes in stock sold at greatly
reduced prices for next 30 days. Come
and see us. We sell everything , and
at prices which aro right.
MAX B. VIERTEL CROOIvSTOlS KEBRASKA
The BEST for table use and at popular prices.
Our Stock is Always Fresh
Dry Goods , Shoes , Mittens
Hay , Grain and Feed
W. A. PETTYCRBW , GENERAL KIDSE.
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KSil FRUIT AND GAME
IN THEIR SEASON.
Fir t elasline of S'caks. RasN ,
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Highest Market Price Paid for Hogs. 1
FRED , Pre ? J. 'Ur STETTER'/V.ce'Pres.
l TereHt paid on tune
deposits. Valentine State Bank ,
Capit.ii , S25.OOQ
Valentine , Nebraska.
Surplus. Sl.OOO Persons seeking a place of safety for their
money , will , profit by investigating the-
M.to4 P. M methods employed in our business.
IIARLE * SPARKS. Hashier OaAH L BRITTOX , Ass't Cashier.
Suited u > YM'tr taste.
Canned Goods Lunch Counter.
Are now at their best and you want to eat at oar
we handle the best grade. Lunch Counter
E i Home Bakery
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