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VOLUME 2X1 VALENTINE. NEBBASKA , APKIL 26 , 1906 NTTMBEE 15
49 We have in stock a full line of tote tote
49 Garden , Field and Flower Seeds. tote
49 All fresh , new seed. If you want tote
49 ceed that will grow make us a call. tote
49 Wo carry in stock a supply of tote
49 49 BROMUS INHERMUS , tote tote
49 a grass that is gaining a great reputation tote
49 utation for this country. Also tote
49 ALFALFA , TIMOTHY , CANE SEED , MILLET , tote
49 SEED CORN , CLOVER and BLUE GRASS. tote tote
49 Orders taken for Nursery Stock. tote
49 49 We also carry a full line of steel tote
49 goods , including Hoes , Rakes , tote tote
49 Spades , Shovels , Forks , etc. , etc. tote
49 If you need anything in the above lines , send us your to
49 mail orders or call and see us. Prices right and tote
49 . to
49 quality guaranteed. tote tote
RED FRONT MERC. CO. &
SEE OUR NEW LINE OF
Ladies Shirt Waists
"Wagons and Buggies
Lumber and Hardware
Pictures Framed to Order ,
Established in Valentine since 1885.
TEN CENT SPECIALS :
Glass Berry Dishes Call Bells
. ] Scales Work Baskets
i > : y Bat Traps Dust Pans
V4v ' . ' Steak Pounders
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 National Bank
Chartered as a
June 1 , 1884. August 12 , 1002 ,
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Valentine , Nebraska. ,
( Successor to )
PAID IN Vd0 A General BankiDj
0. H. CORNELL , President. J. T. MAY , Vice-President.
M , Y'Nio30LBON , Cashier.
Talk of the Town.
Felix Nollett was-up from Sparks
C. R. Kickead of Woodlake was
in town last Friday on business.
A. T. Brackett of Kilgore was
in town on business last Monday.
August Epke of Crookston was
in town on business last Thursday-
Curt Gallon , the Sparks merch
ant , was in town after lumber and
freight last Tuesday.
Monday was arbor day and
many people planted trees and
shrubbery or garden.
Miss Uheling and Mr. Miller of
Goose Creek were married by
Judge Towne last Saturday.
Mrs. W. S. Plum of Woodlake
s visiting her friend , Mrs. L. H.
Smith of this city , this week.
Jake Breachbill hauled in a load
of corn from Sparks last Friday ,
remaining in town over night.
Ben Steadman was in town last
Saturday. He says he has begun
plowing and is putting in a cro p
W. A. Parker , a merchant of
Woodlake , was in town Monday as
witness for Calvin Deep in mak
ing final proof.
Miss Minnie Hornback returned
ast week from the south part of
} he county where she has been
A dance will be given in Hon
ey's hall at Woodlake Friday eve
ning , A.pril 27 , for the benefit of
the San Francisco sufferers.
which reached here yesterday was
so heavy laden that the envelope
was bursted and tied with a string.
Sheriff Simons bought a new
buggy at Geo. H. Hornby's last
week to hitch his new driving
team to and is now equipped for
D. J. Drebert , special agent for
the German Mutual Fire Insurance
company , was in town Tuesday on
business for the company with I.
M. Rice , their local agent.
Rasmus Anderson came down
from Rosebud last week and visit
ed friends in town a couple of
days. While here he sold Sheriff
Simons his fine team of bay horses.
A. H. Keach has closed a suc
cessful term of school in district
No. 43. Those scholars deserving
of special mention are Laura and
Florence Hendershot. Mr. Keach
goes onto his ranch one mile north
and one mile east of Sparks.
J , A. Hornback has purchased
U. G. McBride's interest in the
Chicago hotel and will contimn in
the business. Mr. McBride and
family departed Tuesday for Rush-
ville where they will visit awhile ,
but they are talking ongoing west.
A windstorm came up from the
northwest Tuesday about 4 o'clock
p. m. and for an hour blew a gale ,
filling the air with dust and the
whole horizon seemed a dense
cloud , though the sky overhead
was cloudless. As the storm raged
chimneys were swept off of some
buildings and loose boards , shing
les from the repair of houses , and
other debris were flying in the air
making a howling hurricane. The
storm came up suddenly and con
tinued to blow throughout the eve
ning in fitful gusts , damaging sev
eral buildings and awnings or
porches that were not firmly anchor
ed. Previous to the beginning oi
the storm the weather was ideal ,
many remarking that the splendid
weather and heat of 92 ° the day
previous was the forerunner of a
storm but no one expected such D
The hot summer days are near at hand , and if you
want to be COOL and COMFORTABLE you
will have to get UNDER one of these SHADY
PANAMAS or STYLISH STRAWS : : : : : :
Panama Shapes 35c to 75c
Genuine Panamas . S5.00
\ Boys Hats 5c to 75c
Sailor shapes $1,75
Telescope Shapes $2,50 '
Fedora Shapes 50c to $1,25 4
WATCH OUR WINDOW DISPLAY
The M. E. Sunday school raised
SAO last Sunday for the San Fran
cisco sufferers and sent it Monday.
Geo. H. Hornby received a clip
ping today from a Chicago news
paper telling of the funeral of
Mrs , C. J. Holt , wife of Col. Holt
who lectured in this city several
weeks ago. The clipping states
that Mrs. Holt was high in W. C.
T. U. work.
The Christian Endeavor will
give a May breakfast on Tuesday ,
May 1 , from 6 to 9 a. m. , at the
home of Mrs. Jas. H. Quigley.
Everyone invited to come and try
the following : Strawberries , waf
ers , veal croquetts , cream potatoes ,
eggs , hot biscuits , maple syrup ,
jelly , coffee. '
James H. Day and son of Wood
Lake were in town last Saturday
and called at our office on.business.
Mr. Day has a three-horse evener
that is the best we've seen if math
ematically correct and Mr. Day
says it has been tested by scales
and otherwise and found to be cor
rect. The advantage of the evener
is that it places the third horse
where it ought to go and the three
in correct position for mowing or
working on a wagon , the extra
horse working on either side of
the team which works in the same
position as without the third horse.
I Margarete Quigley.
The corps of Cody teachers
came down to Valentine and visit
ed the high school Friday.
A number of the llth grade pu
pils went down to the creek Mon
day evening , taking their lunches
with them. They enjoyed the
trip , very much and hope the next
time the entire class will go.
C. H. Cornell came up to the
high school last Friday morning
and gave us a good description of
his visit to Washington , D. C. , al
so of the proceedings of both hous
es of congress and many other in
teresting things connected with
The 'last school - entertainment
was -given at Churches hall Friday ,
ApriiSO. The proceeds from this
entertainment was § i3.85. This
makes a total of about § 132 re
ceived from these three entertain
ments and we wish to thank the
town people for their kindness ,
also those who helped us in fur
We are in e'xcellent shape to fill
your orders for Corn in car loads ,
"Wagon loads or single sack.
: BISHOP & YOUXG , Cody , Neb.
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 th2 same in 1906
All WINTER GOODS will be sold now at Reduced Prices
Call us up over The North Table Telephone Line. (2 ( long rings )
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Have advanced 20 to 25 per cent.
WE HAVE 400 PAIRS AT THE OLO PR1GE.
W. A. PETTYCREW , GENERAL MD8L
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FIIED WIIITTEMORE. Pres. OR UILES SPARKS , Cashier.
J. W. STETTER , Vice Pres. ORAII L. BRITTON , Ass't Cash.
Valentine State Bank ,
E o Valentine , Nebraska. o 8 P .
$25,000 , $2,080
Persons seeking a place of safety for their money , will profit by
investigating the methods employed in our business.
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Tobaccos and Cigars.
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Canned Goods ? ? Lunch Counter. 1"
Phone 7 Home
Having engaged in the Meat and Butcher business , we
shall endeavor to keep the best meats obtainable in a
clean and up to date shop. We solicit a share of .
patronage and invite you to visit our shop. : : : :
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JFlour and.JLnternational Stoclz Food.
VALENTINE NEBRASKA. AYERS-BRbs.
East side of Main St. - .
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