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1. M. Kice , Editor and Proprietor VALENTINE , NEBR. , THURSDAY , JANUARY 26 , 1911. Volume 26 , No. 3
U are cordially invited to examine the big array of
YO all wool Taylor fabrics whether you intend to buyer
or not. ALL we want is an opportunity to show
i * you'theii-beauty and to give.you some -idea of. the master
C ly way in which Taylor Olothe's are modelled. We
would likealso , to show you how popular the prices are
and how 'it is possible for the most fastidious man to
dress ideally at small cost. Accept our invitation ,
\'t \ please , and see for yourself what Taylor tailoring stands
All kinds of Merchandise. I can.afford
to sell as low as anybody , I buy pro =
duce and pay market price for hides.
LVALENTINE , NEBRASKA.
McQEER & CARROLL , Proprs.
Fine Wines , Liquors and Cigars
Bourbon Whiskies : Rye Whiskies :
Old Crow , Sherwood ,
, Hermitage , 4 . " Guchenheimer , -
Cedar Brook , - ' ' * i , _ .vl. , Sunny Brook ,
Spring Hill , , and 29/year/old-
andjas , E , Pepper , O , F , C. Taylor-
These whiskies were purchased in bond
"and came direct from the U. S. gov
ernment warehouse. They are guar
anteed ptfre and unadulterated. Un
excelled for family and medical use.
j Three Star Hennessy and Dreyfus Brandies , Imported
Gordon and DeKuyper Gins , Guinness's Extra Stout.
Bass Ale , Storz Bj ie Ribbon and Budweiser Beer.
When you have a cold get a bottle of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It will
soon fix you up all right and will ware
off any tendency toward pneumonia.
This remedy contains no opium or other j
narcotic and may be given as Confidently
to a toby as to' an&ault J Sold by Ghap j
"Lf XT' ' * fr-to tiS *
When your feet are \vet and cold , and
your body chilled through and through
from exposure , take a big dose of Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy , bathe youi
feet in hot water before going to bed ,
and you are almost certain to ward off a
severe cold * For salfe by Chbfcmfefcf thfe
191 ! JANUARY 1911
Talk of the Town.
Two four-room houses for rent ,
one with cellar , I. M. BICE. tf
P. H. Young and 0. W. Halm
went down to Omaha to see the
land show last week.
For sanitary plumbing or heat
ing call H. I. "Weinzimmer , the
only licensed plumber in town. 49
Just received a car of clean ,
sound corn. Inquire of Frank Ash-
burn at Checker Front Barn. 2-2
Furnished rooms to rent by day
or week , Hot. and cold water
baths included. Valentine House ,
John D. Eaton , Propr. 32tf
C. S. Reece aud wife of Simeon
are rejoicing oyer the arrival of
another daughter in their home ,
born Thursday , Jan. 19.
Dr. F. M. Meer , dentist , of Val
entine , will be a Wood Lake first
Monday and Tuesday of every
m null. Office at Wood Lake
The county commissioners have
resumed I heir work this week and
will finish checking up the county
officers and other duties of the
January > rneeting.
Miss Myrtle Saunders of York
came up Tuesday of last week to
accept a position in the Valentine
State Bank , but owing to a cold
was confined to her room for sev
eral days after arriving.
The U. S. land office will , adopt
16 new rules of procedure after
Feb. 1 , mostly relating to contests.
Only persons desiring to file on
land may file contest under the
new rules and such person ? must
show that they are qualified to en
ter land. Ask to have your con
test notice published in THE VAL
Elias Stillwell returned Tuesday
night from Omaha where he has
spent the winter. From here he
will go up to J. C. Rounds' in
South Dakota and get his wife
who has been visiting there with
their daughter , and return in a
few weeks to theinhome on Hackberry -
berry lake in time for duck season.
J. 0. Salmon came up from
Brunswick Tuesday on some land
business. He tells us that his
stepfather , E. E. Hollenbeck , died
in Howard county , Iowa , near
Cresco , about a week after New
Year of heart trouble. Mr. Hol
lenbeck and wife and Charley
Salmon had gone there to dispose
of a hundred acres of land that
they owned , and having done so
Charley returned to Brunswick ,
when he received a message an
nouncing his stepfather's death.
Notice the big advertisement of
S. A. Mock , special agent of the
Chicago Conservatory of Music ,
assisted by J. S , Howard , who
have organized classes of music at
towns along the line westward "to
Hay Springs and expect to teach
music in this part of the west for
the next few months. They teach
on any kind of an instrument and
have large classes at some of the
towns. At Kilgore they are start
ing a brass band beside some who
will take piano lessons. Also
Crookston is talking of starting a
band. At Nenzel , Cody , Merri-
maji , Gordon and Rushville are
also classes' ;
Rock Springs coal at Fischer's
J. C. Brown has been in town a
couple of weeks working with the
W. D. Clarkson resumed his ice
work last Saturday loading cars ,
using ; the railroad ice chute for
contracted ice , and also filling his
ice * * i > " house near the mill , and finish-
edlast night unless he receives
John Bullis and daughter , Ines
Maurine , cand downfrom , Sturgis
yesterday morning and his wife
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comes from Mt. Vernon , N. Y. ,
tonight meeting here for a visit
with old friends be ford returning
to Sturgis , where John is in the
hardware business. A failure of
crops up there last season has
been a draw back in business.
John notes several changes in
Valentine since leaving here and
the old town looks good to him.
| S. E , Smith was in town Mon
day and dropped in for a few
games of checkers at this office.
He and Col. Harrison played about
even but ye editor got trimmed a
coupls of games in a six game
bout. Mr. Smith plays a fair
game and tolls us that he recently
returned from Southern Missouri
where he went the first of the
month on a real pstate d-eal and
sold a farm to Robt. McNamee.
He played a successful game with
with a wealthy land owner at
Willow Springs , Mo. , who after
wards listed 2500 acres of his land
for "sale" , with-Mr. Smith.
Tuesday Hammond & Bullis re
ceived a Standard Oil tank wagon
for 'delivering oil around town to
tl e-ditferentstores. . li is a fine
looking wagon and holds about ten
barrels of oil with three compart
ments for oil , * a case 'for axle
grease attacked to the back end
and brackets on the side for car
rying cans. The driver's seat is
covered by a brown duck covered
top. Running gears red and tank
green. The Standard Oil Co. has
two large storage tanks east of the
depot which will be erected on a
foundation and a building built to
keep other supplies and a sto'rage
room for the wagon when not in
James O'Bannon died of pneu
monia and heart trouble last Thurs
day night , Jan 19 , while in town
taking care of his little boy who
had shot a hole through his foot
the first of the year. He was
brought here and is stopping with
his mother , Mrs. Lawless. James
O'Bannou was born in Massachu
setts in 1S57 and came to this part
of the country about 13 years ago.
He was a large , fleshy man and
looked stout and healthy. He
owned some land down in Keya
Paha county. Several children
survive him. His funeral was
held Saturday afternoon at the M.
E. church , and the remains laid to
rest in Mt. Hope cemetery.
Tuesday afternoon was tried a
case in the county court in which
Edmund Gerber had sued Frank *
Higgin for damage to corn fodder
by the defendant's hogs and some
hay in the shock by defendant's
cattle. Mr. Higgin offered on
offset of thisclain by hay sold to
plaintiff for which he had received
no compensation and also some
hay eaten and destroyed by plain
tiff's stock. The trial was by jury
and a number of witnesses were
examined , atttorneys C. A. Ruby
representing the complainant and
A. M. Morrissey the defendant.
The trial occupied nearly the
whole afternoon , after which the
attorneys briefly reviewed the
case before the jury. , A verdict
was reached about an hour later
awarding the defendant one del
lar. This , necessitated the assess
ing of the costs of the-suit against
the plaintiff ;
Way below freezing -that's the weather
you can expect most any day from now on.
It's high time for you to select your winter clothes.
While you are at it why not get the kind which
will give not only comfort but make you glad to
wear them. We think we have the right sort of
for men and boys. Strictly high grade from start to -
finish the 'best of Friend Made Garments and the" . :
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prices spell economy. , ' .
Will fit you out with one of these
ideal , stylish , perfect fitting garments.
Featuring Friend Made and
Quartered ns u St te B Ohnrtcrcrl as n Kutloiial Bank
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Valentine , Nebraska. ,
SURPLUS CAPITAL - - $25.000 25.000 A Greneral Banking. Exchange
Undivided Profits 4,000 and Collection Business : : tt :
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C. H. OOKNKT..I President. 51. V. NICHOLSON Gnsliior.
J. T. May , Vice President. Miss fJLKX HOIN'IG , .Ass't ( Juhhior.
ENDS AND CUSTOMERS :
With the close of my most successful// * 7
business year , I wish to thank you one and - ,
all for your kind patronage. Hoping that I
have merited a continuance of same and - - - -
wishing you all a Merry Christinas and a/J - ' ! " ;
prosperous and Happy New Year ,
I am yours respectfully ,
CUOOKSTON NEBRASKA , MAX E VI Eft t EL
DEALER IN EVERYTHING.
= DRS. DALLAL & 8ARAKAT = =
GENERAL PRACTICE and SURGERY
EYES TESTED and GLASSES FITTED SCIENTIFICALLY.
We compound and * dispense our own medicines. Office on 2nd floor ot
T. C. Hornby's. Phone 161. Valentine , Nebraska
CARPENTER & BUILDER.
All kinds of wood work done to order : Stock tanks made in all sizes
Residence and shop one block south of passenger depot.
Valentine , PHONE 72 Nebraska
References : My Many Customers.
Stetter & Tobien , Props.
DEALERS IN _ m
All Kinds of resh. | |
and Fait Meats. . . .
Will buy your Cattle , Hogs ,
Poultry , Horses , Mules and
Anything you have to sell.