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VOLUME VALENTINE. NEBRASKA. THURSDAY , OCTOBER 18 , 1906. NUMBER 40
Now is the time to look over
.your stoves. J f you are going to
need a Furnace , a Base Burner ,
: V a Heater , a Kange or anything
in the stove line do not fail to
look up the following. It
means dollars to you. We car
ry a complete line of
Peninsular Base Burn =
ers. Heaters and Ranges ,
a line of stoves made upon hon
or. There are scores of them
in use right in your own com
munity , and everyone speaks
praises for the entire line.
Their make up includes all the
latest improvements in the stove
In addition to the Peninsular line , we carry a few special lines
in heater ? , including
Coles' Original Hot Blast ,
.absolutely air tight and a perfect stove for all kinds of fuel.
The 20th Century Laurel ,
a perfect stove for soft coal or slack. Has closed grate and a
20th Century fire pot which is guaranteed for five years.
Also the "Master Economy "
and the ' 'Retort Jewel. "
Come in and see us before buying elsewhere.
It won't cost you anything to look.
RED . .
SEE OUR NEW LINE OF
Ladies Shirt Waists
Third car shipped this year , arrives this week.
Bargains from the Fort Sale
Stove Boards lOc and up , Stove Pokers 5c and up.
Hay Hooks , Chairs and Settees , Side Boards ,
I ; i Desks , Electric Lampsx/5 for 55c ,
With Eeservoir and Warming Closet $26.00
Wagons and Buggies
Lumber and Hardware
Pictures Framed to Order ,
TIN WARE , OILS , ETC.
Lamps , Crocker } ' , Lime , Coal , Paper.
EUKNITURE A\D COFFINS.
Kstabllslied in Va'entiue since 1885. Licensed EinlmJim-r
Chartered as a State Bank Chartered as a National Bank
June 3 , 1884. August 12. 1002 ,
Valentine , Nebraska.
( Successor to )
. .rs'Vs :
C. H. CORNELL , President. J. T. MAY , Vice-President.
M. V , NICHOLSON. Cashier.
NEW TIME TABLE , G.&H.W.
\VFSTHOUD , . EASTHOU > 'D.
1:47A.M. .No. 5 "
No. " 4:35 A.M.
9:40 A. M. No. 81 frefsllt.
No. 82 " 4:00 P.M.
No. 11C " 5:20 A.M.
11:4.1 P.M. Xo. 119 " ( Doesn'tcarry
at the 31. K. Church Every
Sunday School beg ! as at 10:00 o'clock.
Preaching " 11:00
Junior League " " 2:33 p in.
Epworth League begins at 6:30 o'clock.
Preaching " " 7.3)
ItEV. C. E. COXXRLT , , PilStOr
Talk of the Town.
Money to loan on improved
real estate. L. K. BPOWNELL.
Coming , The Keeney Stock Com
pany Opera House Oct. 22-23-24.
Geo. D. Huggins of Norclen was
in town a couple of days the past
A five foot cement walk is beipg
laid in front of G. H. Hornby's
Mr. Keeley spent a couple of
days last week in company with
T. C. , B. H. , George , Jr. , and
Harvey Hornby abd Don Grant
hunting grouse and ducks.
. The Keeney Stock Company will
play a three nights engagement
commencing Monday night Oct. 22.
Tiie play for MonJay night is the
four act rnelo-dranm "A Jblag of
Truce. " Singing and Dancing
specialties between acts.
W. W. Severs of Walnut
Grove , Minn. , is the purchaser of
Mr. Swain's farm , having traded
a livery stable property on the
farm by pre-arrangement should
be be the highest bidder. He ex
pects to move down here in the
B. H. Hornby and nephew , Don
Grant , who have been visiting T.
C. Hornby for two weeks past ,
will , after a few more days of
hunting and fishing , return to
their home in Davenport , la. , in
company with Grandma Hornby
who has also been here visiting.
John Bachelor informs , us that
he recently sold a six year old
Short Horn Durham steer at Cody
that weighed 2100 pounds , receiv
ing therefor § 100. This whopper
of a steer was raised by Mr.
Bachelor here in Cherry county on
sand hill grass which certainly
speaks well for the sand hills.
Jas. Galloway and August
Erickson are putting in cement
sidewalks in front of the Home
Bakery and the city Meat Market
and in front of Goo. H. Hornby's
residence. We hoar that side
walks are also to be laid around
the Valentine Stace Bank as soon
as the masons can get to their
J. F. Swain's sale last Saturday
was a pronounced success. About
Pour hundred people were present
and prices were fair and reasonable
for both seller and purchaser.
Mr. Swain's farm of 320 acres was
put up and sold at public auction ,
bringing § 4500. This was the
biggest auction sale of land im the
county. His personal property
brought § 2000 , and both Mr.
Swain and wife are well' pleased
with the result. They left for
Walnut Grove , Minn. , Tuesday
G. L. Jacquins of Nbrden was
in Town Tuesday and called at
our office to insert a notice that he
has a remedy for blackleg which
he , claims to cure all cases where
given in time. Mr. Jaquins has
given considerable study to the
cattle industry and the care of
stock. He has lived in New York ,
Illinois , Iowa , Missouri , Kansas ,
Oklahoma and Nebraska. These
are the principal stock stato.s , and
if he has learned what stockmen
want to know-they are willing to
pay liberally for it.
ERICAN BEAUTY CORSET
The Kind That Fit ,
I Try Them.
.AMERICAfyBEAUTY . STYLE 103
Kala/nazoo Corset Co. Sale Makers
How be Happy
Un = Married
Buy yourclothing at Hornby's.
Then the girls will begin to
sit up and take notice
of you. Try us on
Hats and Shoes too. Lat
est Shapes in Patent Leather.
Dan Barnes is going to sell a
hundred head of thorohred Aber
deen Angus cattle at Cody , Neb. ,
next Saturday Oct. 20 , 1906. His
big sale bills have been circulated
over the county quite extensively
and buyers of good cattle are ex
pected to be there. The prices
ought to range higher than ordinary
cattle. Those who are prepared to
start a herd of this breed of cafctle
and all who are interested in good
cattle should attend this sale.
JK er Crovre.
Frederick C. Metzger and Miss
Jennie Crowe were united in
marriage at the home of the brides
parents in Merriman at high noon
Monday Oct. 15 , 190G , by Rev.
Scamahorn of Gordon , in a beauti
ful and impressive ceremony in the
presence of near relatives of the
bride and groom. The bride is
the second daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Crowe of Merriman
and is well aij l popularly known
to the teachers of Cherry Co. ,
having spent several years in the
teaching profession and later was
cashier of the Anchor Bank of
Merriman. Mr. Metzger is a
bright young man engaged in the
live stock business in partnership
with his brother M. 0. Metzger
and they own a splendid ranch ,
well stocked with cattle and horses
a few miles north -Merriraan. .
Wm. A. and Albert H. Metzger
of Rolf , in this county , thirty-five
miles south of Merriraan , are also
brothers of the groom. Many
useful and valuable presents were
received as mementos of the
occasion. A year ago this day Miss
Stella Crowe , a younger sister to
the bride , was married to P. H.
Young of Simeon and they were
present to celebrate their wedding
anniversary. The bride and
groom depart this morning on
their wedding tour , going to Mr.
Metzger's former home in the east
ern part of the state whore they
will vnit relatives several weeks
and then return to ( Jhprr.v county
to make their home ,011 the rand )
FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING
BOOTS , SHOES'ETC. , Kf
are in , and we invite you "
to come and inspect them. ' '
PKIOES ARE , EIGHT. " .
CROOKSTON , IE *
DEALER IN E ERYTHIttG.
what you have to sell.
what you want to buy.
Call and see us. Phone 23
W.-A. PETTYCREW , GENERAL MDSE.
FRED WHIT DEMO RE , Pres. CHARLES SPARKS , Cashie- .
J. W. STETTER , Vice Pres. ORAH L. BRITTON , Ass't. Cashier.
Valentine , Nebraska
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Capital Surplus S.S
O rtC5 $25,000. $2,500 5T o
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i Persons seeking a place of safety for their money , will profit by
investigating the methods employed in our busine33. : : : : : : : : : :
Tobaccos and Cigars.
Canned Goods ZC2C Lunch Counter.
S Phone Home Bakery. I
FRESH FRUIT AND GAME | j
SEASON.M ! |
IN THEIR SEASON.
First class line of Steaks , Roasts ,
Dry Salt Meats Smoke !
Highest Market Priae Paid for Hogs.
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\vtjll atteinl * ! and 3t- -brought
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fair prices. a oaly
Don't Fail to Hear Ex-Attorney General C. J. Smythe in Court House on Tuesday , Oct. S3 , at 3:00 : P , S
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