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VOLUME xxi VALENTINE. NEBRASKA. THUPxSDAY , JANUARY 10 , 190' ' NTITMRER 52
We have them in the following lines :
Furniture , Carpets , Rugs and Draperies ,
Carpet Sweepers , Silverware ,
Rochester Nickle Plated and Argentine
"Kiipper Klub" Skates , Sleds , "Keen
Kutter" Pocket Knives , Shears ,
Razors , etc , , etc ,
We wish especially to call your' atten
tion to our line of PICTURES. They
include the latest subjects , all high
grade work , in neat attractive frames.
Along with the above we carry a com
plete line of HARDWARE , with
many useful and valuable articles for
the home. : : : : : : : : : :
Come in and inspect our goods before
buying elsewhere. It does not cost
you anything to look at them. : : : :
RED FRONT MERC. CO.
Wishing you a happy and prosperous
. New Year. We thank you for your
liberal patronage of 1906 , and will
endeavor to merit a continuance of
confidence and patronage during 1907
D STINA CLOTHIER Yalentine , Nebr.
Established in Va eutiue since 18S5.
Wagons and Buggies
Lumber and Hardware
Pictures Framed to Order *
TI N W A R E , OILS , ETC.
-Lamps , Crockery , Lime , Coal. Paper.
EURNITURE AND COFFINS.
* Incensed Embtilmer
Chartered as a State Bank Chartered as a Rational Bank
June 1 , 1884. August 12 , 1902 ,
Valentine , Nebraska.
( Successor to )
CAFiTAI. PAID rw A General Banking
' C. H. CORNELL , President. J. T. MAY , Vice-President.
M. V. N . Cashier.
New Hotel C Near Depot
Electric Lights ,
C ! i i en 00
L JL JL % B/ . - M >
J. A. Hornback , Propr.
Guests for Trains a'Specialty ,
Good Rooiiis. C Good Service ,
: ead the A *
at the 31. K. Chni-cli Every
Sunday School begius at 10:00 o'clock.
" " 11:00 "
Junior League " " 2:30 p.m.
Epworth League begins at C:30 o'clock.
Preaching ' " 7.39
HEV. C. E. CoxxELr , , Pastor
Talk of the Town.
Wm. Erickson was in town the
first of the week.
Supper 15c by the ladies aida
Mrs. Northrop's Tuesday evening.
W. F. A. Meltendorfl' has a
change of advertisement in an
other column of this paper.
Judge Wood of Rushville was
in Valentine last Saturday in the
interest of the remonstrance
against a saloon at Georgia.
Chapman tells you how to cure
headaches in his ad this week
which is to be found elsewhere in
"Mis Ada Stinard has been com
pelled to give up her school in the
House district north of town on ac
count of ill health.
Geo. H. Hornby and daughter
Helen drove to Crookston Wednes
day morning to attend the funeral
of Miss Bertha Schneider. . . ,
D. A. Kellogg , of Vienna. S , D. ,
a brother of Don Kellogg of north
tiblo and a brother-in-law of jVIno *
Cramer of our city is here visiting
relatives and friends.
Instead of Mrs. Harry Van-
Orsdale as we stated last week , we
are now reliably informed that it
w.is Miss Mary VanOrsdale who
returned from a visit back east.
Roy E. Phelps , the Ains worth
photographer , was in our city last
week , taking the place of Mr.
Barnett of O'Neill , who contem
plates selling his building here , era
leasing to Mr. Phelps.
Bertha Schneider , a 16 year old
girl ! , died . of diabetes north of
Crookston ' Tuesday. She had
been sick for some time. The
funeral was held yesterday. The
family came from the eastern
part of the state a couple of years
The railroad company is putting
up ice and have a big force of
men and teams at work and are
hauling ice by the train load. It
was necessary to rebuild the old
ice track or chute leading from
Lake Minnechaduza to the top of
Mrs. John Stedifor returned
yesterday from Porto "Rico and
-prefers the northern climate. Her
husband is wagon boss for the
government and formerly was
stationed at Ft. Isiobrara , but
went to Porto Ilico last October I
when the fort was abandoned. It
is expected he will also return
Delicious in Flavor- Pure in Quality
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Economical in Buying Healthy in its Use ftft
Miss-Flora Hornback is living
on her homestead near Brown lee.
All are invited to the ladies aid
loc supper at Mrs. Northrop's
next Tuesday evening.
Mrs. J. C. Pettijohn of Long
Pine is visiting her daughter , Miss
Laura and with friends in our
Miss Florence visited in the city
Al Webb is clerking in D. Stin-
ard's clothing store on account of
illness in the latter's family which
requires Mr * Stinard to be absent
from the ttore.
The week of prayer is being
observed this week in union meet
ing alternating betweed the Pres-
"byterian and M. E. churches , con
ducted by llev. Connell at the
former and by Rev. Beale at the
Geo. .Miller came in from Ches
terfield hist week and tells us that
the hay flats are so covered with
ice that he was looking for black
smiths to shoe 500 head of cattle
so they could stand up to eat hay.
Cows would be awkward on skates
he thinks and it is necessary to
haul hay to the sand hills for
them. There is more ice than
formerly this year.
AH Kfgro Soldle is to Go to
the Philippines Other
Troops Ordered Also.
Washington , D. C. , Jan. 5.
The Ninth and Tenth cavalry and
and the'Twenty-fifth infantry , in
cluding all the negro soldiers in
the regular army in this country ,
have been ordered to prepare for
service in the Philippines , and
will pail at different times between
Marbh 5 and June 5 of this year.
Thejrmly other regiment composed
of negroes , the Twenty-fouth in
fantry , is now doing service in
Other troops ordered to tliej
Philippines are the Sixth cavalry
and the Eighteenth , Twenty-sixth. ]
Twenty-ninth and Thirtieth in
The troops which will bo re
lieved by the sending of these
new regiments will be the Fourth ,
Seventh and Eighth cavalry and
the Eighteenth , Thirteenth , Fifth-
teenth , Sixteenth and Nineteenth
We will begin the new year , we think , better
equipped for handling oar trade.
Our lines of goods will be selected with the
greatest care. Prices will be the lowest possible
for first class merchandise.
We thank all our customers for their valuable
patronage in the past and trust you will continue to
favor us with your business.
Wishing you one and all a prosperous and *
Plappy New Year , we are very truly yours ,
CROOKSTON. NEBRASKA. MAX E VIERTEL
DEALER IN EVERYTHING.
what you have to sell.
what you want to buy. . - -
Call and see us. Phone 23
W. A. PETTYCREW , GENERAL.iDSE . !
FRED WHITTEMORE , Pres. CHARLES SPARKS , Cashier
J. W. STETTER , Vice Pres. ORAH L. BRITTON , Ass't. Cashier
o -J o . Valentine , Nebraska
rtcs $25,00 $2,500. ,
Persons seeking a place of safety for their money , will profit by
investigating the methods employed in our business. : : : : : : v. : :
Tobaccos and Cigars.
Canned Goods 3 3C Lunch Counter.
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Fii'st class line of Steak
Dry Salt Meats Smoke- ! Uj.'I ' - ; 'i ' m _ 'ji. ' JJ.jrBr rf'
Highest Market Price Paid for Hogs.
Mrs. Len Bivens and children
are visiting her sister , Mrs. Sol
Morey , in Crawford.
I would like to have a school for
the winter term. A. H. Keach
Sparks , Neb.
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