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VOLUME 2X1 VALENTINE. NEBRASKA. MARCH 22 , 1906 NTTMBEE 10
We wish to call your attention to ft
our large and complete line of ftto
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OQ Floor Oil Cloth tote
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Also to a few of our prices on same ; tote
H Sanitary Steel Couches , best $ 6,00
49 Common Chairs , per set - 3.75
Is Upholstered Lounges 8.00
Iron Beds 3.50 ftto
Cotton Top Mattresses , good tick , 3.25 tote tote
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4 ? ± ? eiteCl L ObtOn , for the price " -
4 ? Chinese Matting , per yard - .30 tote
4 ? Carpets , per yard .30 to .75 tote tote
49 Now these are only a few of the good things we toW"
4 49 ? have for you. All we ask is a cbarca to figure W"
49 with you. Why cend money away for cheap ,
49 shoddy goods when you can buy better goods
49 at home for less money ? Make us a call. Let
49 us see what we can do for you. : : : " : : ftto
49 49 49 RED FRONT MERC. COft
SEE OUR NEW LINE OF
Ladies Shirt Waists
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Wagons and Buggies
Lumber and Hardware
Pictures Framed to Order ,
Established in Valentiue since 1885.
TEN CENT SPECIALS :
Glass Berry Dishes Call Bells
Scales Work Baskets
Bat Traps Dust Pans
Knife , Fork Base Balls
Cuspidors Tin Pails
Dover Egg Beaters Hammers
Tinware , Oils , Etc , Lamps , Crockery , Lime , Coal Paper
FURNITURE and COFFINS ,
Chartered as a State Banfc Chartered as a National Bank
June 1 , 1884. August 12. 1902 ,
Valentine , Nebraska.
( Successor to )
CAPITAL PAID US"x" A General Banking
Collection .Business ,
" - " - , ' C. H. COBNELL , President. J. T. MAY , Vice-President. .
* , M. YI NIOHOLBON , Cashier. A.
Talk of the Town.
When you come to town , stop
at the Chicago House. J3S.
Or. W. Burge , of Burge , was in
town last Saturday.
The Sterling Stock Co. tonight
in a "A Kunaway Tramp. "
Mac Cramer is again on duty
after several days on the Mck list.
B. J. Holl'acker , of the Diamond
Bar ranch , spent several days-in
town this week.
Comfortable rooms , clean beds
and all you want to eat at the Chicago
cage House. 38
Arthur Turnbull returned last
week to Minneapolis where he has
Claud Reece drove in from his.
ranch near Simeon Tuesday to do
Mrs. Geo. Harden has been ill
the past couple of weeks but is
again able to be up.
W. M. Morrissey has returned
to Valentine and is at work again
for the Ludwig Lumber Co.
Rev. J. W. Morgan assisted
Rev. Light of O'Neill in a series
of revival meetings at that place
Chas. Peddicord , who last week
had a cancer cut off his under lip ,
has been getting along nicely and
is feeling fine.
W. A. Kimbell has been home
the past couple of weeks on ac
count of his wife's illness which
has been quite serious.
House and Lot in Valentine for
sale at a bargain. House is small
but in good repair. Call .pn ,
10 - I. M. BICE.
Mrs. Elmore returned last Sat
urday morning from a trip to St.
Joseph where she purchased her
spring stock of millinery.
J. L. McElderry , who was sick
for some time past of typhoid fev
er , has recovered and this week
returned to his home ner "Wood
Miss Fdna Fox has been em
ployed by Miss Martin to trim in
her millinery store this season and
arrived Sunday to take her po
P. H. Young and wife returned
Thursday , the 9th of March , from
their visit with Mr. Young's folks
in Missouri. WQ forgot this item
R. G. Easier and E. D. Clarke
have dissolved partnership , the
former remaining in the present
office , and Mr. Clarke moving to
rooms over the Corner Store of
Davenport & Co.
S. J. Blakely came in from Sim
eon .Tuesday and brought with
him an eagle , which he captured
out near the ranch in a steel trap ,
that measured 6 feet eight inches
from tip to tip of its wings.
I. M. Jones was in town last
Saturday and tells us that he has
quit work at the boarding school
on the reservation and is now ex
pecting an appointment in the ser
vice as carpenter.
The Sterling Stock Co. will play
"A Runaway Tramp" at Church's
opera house tonight ( Thursday ) .
Seats are on sale at Church's groc
ery store. A free concert given
the ladies and children Thursday
A. 0. Coleman and brother-in-
law , J. S. McConnell , drove in
from McCann last Thursday , the
latter taking the train Friday
morning for Plain view , Neb. , his
home. Mr. Coleman was a caller
at-this office while in town and
renewed his subscription for THE
Buy early while the lines are new , fresh and up
to date , and when you have your choice of the
many bea&tiful patterns we have to offer you.
We trust you will take a look over our assortment
whether you care to buy or not. This is the time
of year you can pick up the bargains in winter
goods and get an idea as to what you want for
summer wear. They are all on display. Don't wait
Davenport & Co.
P. TV. Murphy , manager of the
Ainsworth opera house writes Mr.
Church that the"Runaway Tramp"
played there to a good house and
says it is the best show they have
had this season.
As advertised in last week's
paper Isham Bros , will sell sev
eral stallions here Saturday , Mch.
2i. Remember the date and come
prepared to buy or take a look at
some fine stock if you do not wish
to buy. G. E. Tracewell is the
A caucus"was held last Thursday
day evening to nominate a citizens
. .ticket for village trustees. M. V.
"Nicholson and P. F. Simons were
renominated against their wishes
and they have since declined to be
candidate's. A committee named
by the caucus to fill vacancies has
substituted the names of W. S.
Barker and Dr. A. N. Compton.
Mr. Barker said in his last week's
paper that there was no issue.
We wonder if there is an issue
For Tillage Trustees.
Dr. Ilowlancl Dailey is a man
of mature years and of consider
able experience , fie is a capable
man and will be supported by our
best citizens for the office of vil
lage trustee. No one will need
to apologize for having voted for
him. We can expect progressive ,
yet conservative action on his
part. Dr. Dailey is worthy your
support and he ought to be elected.
H. S. Savage k supported by
the same element as Dr. Dailey
and his acquaintance and popular
ity gives assurance of his election.
TV. S. Barker is running a pa
per and can speak for himself. It
is not our desire to slight him
though and aside from his policy
might make a good officer. He is
supported by the same people he
opposed two years ago as having
no standing in the community.
This may seem inconsistent , but
really Mr. Barker may not know
which side he is on , perhaps any
side that will adopt him.
Dr. Comptpn says he does not
want the office at all and was
placed on the ticket against his
wishes. It was a despairing hope ,
after offering the nomination to
half a dozen persons , to finally re-
nominate the old members , only
to have them resign , and now
Chas. Sparks , Martin Christensen
and TV. S. Ba'rker , as a committee ,
places the latter and Dr. Compton
on the ticket to fill vacancies.
We are making a specialty of
Carbon Platinos. Order the good
goods and you get them. Remem
ber that our Photos are guaranteed
and that re-sittings are given when
necessary. HAILDORSON. 29
our last year's inventory and thank our many customers
for their patronage , and assure them that we shall try
our best to merit a continuance of the same in 1906
Ail WINTER GOODS will be sold now at Reduced Prices
Call us up over The North Table Telephone Line. (2 ( long rings )
Jealcr isi Everything.
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"ave advanced 20 to 25 per cent.
WE HAVE 400 PAIHS AT THE OLD PRICE
W. A. PETTYCREW , GENERAL MOSE.
FRED WHITTEMORE , Pres. CHARLES SPARKS , Cashier.
J. W. STETTER , Vice Pres. ORATI L. BRITTOX , Ass't Cash ;
Valentine > tate Bank , n
Valentine , Nebraska.
OO Capital Surplus
O $255OQO , $2,000.
Persons seeking a place of safety for their money , will profit by
investigating the methods employed in our business.
Tobaccos and Cigars.
Canned Goods 3CX Lunch Counter.
BUCKSf AFF BB HARNESS
We use the old-fash
ioned genuine Oak Tan
California leather. Very
best obtainable. Gives
long , faithful service ,
1 bread , Irish linen.
Workmen , master me-
chanJcs. Made in all
styles. Ask your
dealer he baa thetn.
i-tand up for Nebraska.
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