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VOLUME xzn VALENTINE. NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , DECEMBER 12 , 190 7. NUMBER 48
will bear the closest investigation. The careful -
, ful buyer selects a stove for its usefulness and
.lasting qualities , not forgetting the convenience
of handy grates and large ash pans.
Call and see our Peninsular Ranges and Heating Stoves.
We carry a complete line of Xnins
Candies and Xuts. Call and sec.
GRANT BOYER ,
CARPENTER & BUILDER.
All kinds of wood work done to order. Stock tanks made in all sizes
Bpsklence and shop one block south of passenger depot.
Valentine , PHONE 72 Nebraska
FRED WUITTEMOUE , Pres. CHARLES SPARKS , Cashier
J. W. STETTEK , Vice Pres. ORAII L. BRITTOX , Ass't. Cashier.
H. . Bank
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Valentine , Nebraska TimeDeposits. nterestPaid
Capital Surplus Paidon Paid
rtO $25,000. $2,500. , . on
Persons seeking a pUce ofiifeu1 fr iht-ir in > ney , will prolitby
investi ritinn Hie methods fmpio\rd in our inir-iness : : : : : : : : : :
ICLE FACTOFOT IN TTfflB
GET HMTTMP AT THIS
Talk of the Town.
A. Bunn was up from Arabia
Wm. Ritchie was down from
Kilgore the first of the week.
Angeline Gaskill is now stenog
rapher for Walcott & Morrissey.
Eliza Hobson is working in Geo.
Hornby's hardware store this
Dr. Ayers , the Longpine dent
ist , will be in Wood lake Monday ,
Dec. 16. 48 1
Fred Green of near Crookston
took his daughter , Miss Hilda , to
the Emanuel hospital in Omaha
Dr. Meehan , osteopath , is lo
cated at the Valentine Hotel Mon
day , Wednesday and Friday of
each week. Consultation free. 43
Have you seen the § 15.00 doll
in Frank Fischer's display window ?
Every dollar's worth of goods en
titles you to a chance to win it. 4S
If you want first class up-to-date
dental work see Dr. Ayers as his
work is right and his prices are
right. Woodlakc , Monday , De
Davenport & Co. had a very
neat and artistic window display
last week. The trimmer is to be
commended on her taste. Kead
their new ad this week.
We missed Mr. Lauless from.
the dray this week and learned
later that he is quite ill with ty
phoid fever. Quite unfortunate
for the young man as he supports
his mother by his earnings.
Gordon Lord writes us from
Hyannis that he is working on the
North Platte forest reserve this
winter and asks us to send him the
paper there so he can learn the
news from home. Mr. Lord is a
Chapman , the druggist , in a
neat advertisement elsewhere in
this paper , suggests many things ,
suitable and useful , for a Christ
mas present. Personally , the line
of goods suits us to a "T , " rather
than the proverbial gift of "red
neckties and slippers. "
The weather has been unusually
fine this fall and now , only a few.
days before Christmas , we have
had no snow to speak of and very
little cold weather" The ice on
the mill pond freezes and thaw's
and is not considered safe to skate
on , yet , though for a few days ,
skating was good. The weather
flag now says colder and snow.
A. L. Pedersen writes us the
following as he 'is about o leave
New York for Denmark : "We
are now nearing New York where
we are due at 10 o'clock tonight ,
and i will leave New York Satur
day. Fine weather down here , a
little bit cold , though , and several
inches of snow is covering the
ground all the way from Chicago
to New York. All New York
trains crowded with passengers
leaving for Christmas in the Old
Country , partly on account of the
money situation here. "
J. T. Keeley has installed a hot
water heating plant in his resi
dence , using a Tabasco hot water
healer. We went up to see the
plant and found his house so warm
that he kept the front door open
for ventilation and comfort , and ,
at r 5ght , they had to throw the
windows open and throw oft' the
surplus bed clothing. Mr. Keeley
was using hard coal and filled the
magazine so that the heat was
steady with all drafts shut oft' .
One stove or fire thus heats sever
al rooms , and if Jack gets the fire
regulated we'll try the same kind
of a plant ,
Holiday Goods & i & >
Ladies' Neckwear and Fancy Shirt Holiday Handkerchiefs
* ? Waists
43 Have you seen our display of Hand
A beautiful assortment and pretty kerchiefs this year ? All kinds all
styles. prices. See the novelty suit case
4 ? Hancikerchief.s
4 ? Xmas Candies and Mixed Nuts
Fancy and staple stuff. Men's Reefer Mufflers , Kid Gloves ,
0 Neckwear and Fancy Sox
Novelty Chinaware for the Holi = An elegant line and a large showing
days. of these goods , put up in individual
4 ? Always acceptable for Xmas gifts. Xmas cartons.
Watch our grocery department windows for special prices on these goods.
See our window displays for this week. &
Dr. Ayers , the dentist , will save
you money on all dental work.
Don't fail to see him. 48 1
Christmas means Good Cheer
a time when the good things of
life are enjoyed. One of the good
things is Storz Blue Ribbon Beer ,
pure , sparkling , heolthful and of
delicious flavor a glass of it with
your meals or your evening lunch
makes life worth living. Be sure
to have a case in your home. 481
BY PROF. II. IT. WATSOX.
School will close on Friday of
ndxt week , Dec. 20th , for the
Xmas holidays and will not open
again until Monday. Jan. 6th.
Quite a 'number of pleasant let
ters have been received lately from
different members of the alumni
of the Valentine high school.
On account of poor health Ethel
Jefi'ers has been compelled.to drop
out of school for a time , and Nelda
Hoefs has been given Ethel's place
in the high school room until the
latter returns to school , then Nelda
will have to take her place back
in the eighth grade room.
Miss Wendte now has 30 pupils
in her seventh grade and it re
quires double quick work to hear
them all recite icu one twenty-five
minute period. She also has 20
pupils in her sixth grade. If it
were not that our high school is so
crowded that we are compelled to
seat the overflow in the eighth
grade room , we could divide the
seventh grade and give part of the
pupils to the eighth grade teacher.
< % Iii Favor of the
Through the courtesy of Wra.
Thunder Hawk , a full blood Sioux
Indian printer who has helped in
this office on several occasions , we
are enabled to give the following
item of news , from the Sioux Falls
Daily Press :
"Washington , Nov. 29. Court
of appeals in the District of Co
lumbia today decided the case of
Ruben Quick Bear and other Sioux
Indians against the government ,
involving treaty and trust funds
of J > he tribe , in favor of the In
dians. Court held both these
funds are available for paympntto
the Catholic buro.au of Indian
missions for maintenance of Cath
olic schools at the-Roscbud agency ,
South Dakota. Thecomi.nssioner
of Indian affairs msVintaii.ad" the
law prohibited the use of the funds
of this nature for 'sectarian pur
poses. The lower court held the
trust fund was applicable but not
the treaty fund , but the appellate
court today decided that both" wore
[ available. "
of winter goods in all lines is
. . complete. Gome and give
us a call. . . . . . . .
CUOOKSTON NEBRASKA. , .MAX E VIERTEL
DEALER IN EVERYTHING.
what you have to sell.
what you want to buy.
; Gall'and see us. Phone 2o g
-Ai-PETTYCREW , GENERAL NIDSE. I
Charterocl-'as a State Bant Chartered as a Rational Bank
1 , 1884. August 12 , 1902 ,
Valentine , Nebraska.
( Successor to )
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CAPITAL PAID IN A General Banking
G. H. CORNELL , President. J. T. MAY , Vice-President. %
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I Tobaccos and Cigars.
Canned Goods 3 Lunch Counter.
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Stetter & Tobien , Props.
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and Salt Meats. . . .
Will buy your Cattle , Hogs ,
Poultry , Horses , Mules and
.anything you have to sell.
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