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VOI TME XX VALENTINE. NEBRASKA , DECEMBER 28 , 1905. NUMBER 50
W ith November and December fr
* we can expect cold weatherand ? *
r for col d weather you must have &
IWarm Furs !
? In Furs we have a complete line of &
| Scarfs and Muffs. g
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31 For Men's Ladies' and Children's |
I UNDERWEAR " I
We are Headquarters. \ g
j Ladies' and Misses' & >
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: Dress Skirts H
J of the latest styles and patterns , and at 5
* * ' . . all prices. | *
Our line of g
* Coats and Cravanetts $
Jj Is still complete and prices are right , jj
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We have a full line of Knitted Goods ,
Jj such as *
* Scarfs , Shawls , Fasiiiators , Hoods *
J | for Ladies and Children. $
IR > ED FRONT MERC , co f
Fall and Winter -
/School Suits for Boys ,
Shoes for Boys and Girls.
The best for wear in the town for the money.
Suits made to order. Cleaning , pressing and repairing.
Just the thing to buy for holidays and fit up your
home something to use every day in the year
.Table Cutlery , Lamps , Kocking
Cnairs , Writing Desks , a new Cook Ijj
Stove or Heating Stove
all useful articles. Come and select from
r.-j r the biggest stock in western Nebraska.
Hardware and Furniture.
Chartered as a Statu Bank Cmmered at u National Bank
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JUHH 1 1884. August 12. 1902 ,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Valentine , Nebraska.
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CAPITAL-PAID H ? A General Banking
I1S25 000 . * /t" Exchange and
V J < QUWW. Collection Business.
C. H. CORNELL , President. J. T. MAY , Vice-President.
M. V , NIOHOI.HON. ( '
TALK OF THE TOWN
A. M. Sageser , of Newport , is
visiting relatives in the city.
Will Mumford has been appoint
ed guardian of his brother Frank.
Miss Flora Hornback has gone
up to Cody to visit friends a few
Notice of New Year ball at
Langer Bros , ' store at Xor'den
will be found in this paper. A
good time is expected.
Mr. Kirkman , a son of C. F.
Kirkman of Purdum , was in our
city on business yesterday and
called at our office.
Mrs. C. M. Sageser departed
last week to Omaha for medical
treatment , having been in failing
health for some time.
Miss Minnie Hornback has re
turned from her school in the south
part of the county to spend the
holidays with her parents.
W. H. Carter came down from
Cody Tuesday and visited a couple
of days with his sister Mrs. Shore
who is suffering considerably from
Wm. Carothers and Miss Lulu
Haynes , both of Ft. Niobrara
were married at the Presbyterian
church Dec. 23 , 1905 , Rev. John
W. Morgan officiating.
Miss Friend , one of the teachers
in our school , departed Saturday
to Syracuse where she will visit
home folks and it is intimated will
not return to teach , but will prob *
ably return to Valentine toJive.
Mrs. T. C. Hornby and Mrs.
Charles Sparks are enjoying a
visit this week from their mother ,
sisters and a brother , Mrs. Say ,
Miss Pearl and Robert from Chad-
ron and Mrs. Spirk from Neligh.
Religious services will be held S
in Bethel hall in Valentine for the ai
colored people , Sunday , Dec. 81. aiE
Chaplain Stewart of the Fort is E
expected to preach and all the col-
ored people are urged to be present. a
A big dance will be given New n
Year night at Langer Bros , new ai
store in Norden , Monday evening , jtl
Jan. 1 , 1906. The Fort Niobrara )
orchestra has been engaged to
furnish the music. Everybody r
Mrs. George Hornby went down c
to Council Bluffs to spend Christ a
mas with relatives and friends.
Mr. Hornby went down Tuesday aP
in the interest of the Dr. Jonas P
orphanage of which he is one of n
the directors. u
Mrs. C. B. Ricketts , who has
been visiting her parents , Mr. and
Mrs. Jeffers , and other relatives
for the past month , returned to .
her'home near Idaho Falls , Idaha , 1
the first of the week , where her
husband conducts a ranch. They
formerly , lived near Merriman.
Joseph Langer called at our of
fice last Thursday , while in town
for two loads of lumber for Lang
er Bros. ' new store in Norden , and
told us that they were going to
have a big dance New Year night
in their new store which is all in
closed. Grant Boyer is the car
Geo. L. Jaquins , < of Sparks ,
Neb. , called at our office1 y esterfi !
day and told us that he had a ' g
medicine that will cure blackleg in ' c
cattle. He carried an afficavit'e
from Richard Owens stating that si
he used Mr. Jaquins' medicine up- u
on a calf of his that he believed to in
have the blackleg and that the first
dose relieved it. He says that Mr.
Jaquins' medicine will do what he
claims for it , and Mr. Jaquius is e :
willing to go anywhere to test his a
medicine and claims to have cured aa <
sx cases , n
Miss Ida Stinard is quite ill.
Miss Elma JMills has gone to her
home at O'Neill to visit daring the
Attorney Morrissey made a busi -
ness trip over to Fairfax , S.D. the
Rev. Holsclaw has been very il 1
since Saturday with erysipelas in
the head. Dr. Holsclaw was sent
for and came up from Woodlake
Sunday but thought there was no
danger and returned , but was
telephoned for last night. Mean
while Dr. Jeffers has been attend
ing his grand-father which delays
his intended departure to "VVyo.
Cloyd Quigley , Oliver Walcott ,
Clinton Collett , Alfred Lewis and
Misses Leta Stetter , Maggie Rob
inson , Myrtle Pettijohn , Clara
Collett and Mrs. Gertrude Brown
.returned to Valentine last Friday
night , all enjoying a pleasant
visit with each other as they
met from different points on the
train ; some attending college , some
working , and others had been vis
Miss Emma Furrey and Sergt.
Joseph Dailey were married
Wednesday noon , Dec. 27 , 1905 ,
at the home of the bride's father
at Ft : Niobrara. The wedding was
a quiet one , none but the immed
iate friends ' and relatives being
present. The ceremony was per
formed by the Rev. Royal D.
Waterman , pastor of the M. E.
church. Sergt. and Mrs. Dailey
will continue-to reside at FtrNio-
Fell vcretr JeiFers.
Miss Inez A. Petty crew and Dr.
Bertrand F. Jeffers were united
n marriage at the Pettycrew home
Saturday evening , Dec. 23 , 1905 ,
it six o'clock , in the presence of
50 or 40 relatives and friends , the
Rev. S. W % Holsclaw officiating.
Miss Laura Jensen of Blair , Neb. ,
friend whom Miss Pettycre w
net : in college , was bridesmaid
md Floyd Pettycrew , a brother of
ihe bride , was groomsman. The
ride was dressed in a beautiful
jown of white silk and car
ried a bouquet of rose = . A
lainty supper was served after
congratulations < had been offered
md ; a pleasant evening was spent.
&s a token of esteem a splendid
irray of beautiful and valuable
presents were given them as
mementos which will be found
useful in the furnishing of a new
The bride is the only' daughter
of William A. , and Adelia Petty-
crew , deceased. Mr. Pettycrew
is ! a prominent merchant of our
city. Miss Inez grew to woman
hood in our city , graduated from
Valentine's high school and taught
in the Newport school. She is a
talentel musician , having been
organist several years in the M.E.
church and has taken a course in
music at Lincoln and at Fremont.
She is a Christian girl , developing
all the graces of a true lady of the
highest type , lored and respected
by all who know her.
Bertrand F. Jeffers is the eldest
son of Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Jef
fers west of town. Dr. Jeffers
grew to manhood adjoining our
city , graduated in our schools sev
eral years ago and took up the
study of medicine , at first in bis
uncle's office and later graduated
the Omaha Medical College.
Bert , as he was familiarly known
inschool , , like his estimable young
wife , is from good parentage and
inters the professional life without
stain or blemish upon his char-
icter and has no bad habits. Long
nay they live-and prosper.
Thanks. I *
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4 ? We take this opportunity to thank our
4 ? many friends and customers for their liberal
4 ? patronage during the year just closing , and for
f ? making it one of the most successful years we
have ever had in business.
49 We trust 'that 1906 will be as bountiful to
49 you as 1905 has been to us and that we may
still merit a continuance of your splendid sup
49 port and add many new friends to our list of
49 customers. ' '
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< I $ The Corner Store.
? Davenport & Co.
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
Everything in *
Clothing , Drygoods , Hats and ( Japs ,
Boots and Shoes-
Come and give us a chance to prove that we are selling good goods
of all kinds cheaper than anybody in this party of the country.
Yours for Good Goods and Cheap Prices ,
MAX B. VIERTBL
Dealer in Everything.
You don't have to wait for us to flag
a delivery. We have our own and - .
MAKE PROMPT DELIVERIES.
W. A. PETTYCREW , GENERAL MDSE.
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FRED WIIITTEMOIIE , Pros. CIIAKLES SPARKS , Cashier.
J. W. STETTER , Vice Pres. ORAII L. BRITTOX , Ass't Cash.
a ; Valentine State Bank . tn to
ffi Valentine , Nebraska.
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0 $25,000. $2,000. . ri
Persons seeking a place of safety for their money y will profitby
investigating the methods employed in our business" ! ,
Suited to your taste.
. Canned Goods
Are now at their best and
we handle the best grade.
All you want to eat at our"
Lunch Counter. . " . .T
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