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' VALENTINE 11 TE THURSDAY ' , OCTOBER 20 , 1910. Volume 25 , No. 41 1. M. Rice , Editor'and Proprietor ; . f , ' . : , - . . - , . , . . ' _ _ - _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ " " . " . . _ _ _ _ . - _ - - - - ' - - , - - - . _ u _ _ _ _ _ . . _ _ _ - - - - - - - - . - - - - - - - . . . . , . x. . . . , j 1 Eureka . Saloon . / C McGEER & CARROLL . * . - , Proprs. t * ' Fine Wines , Liquors and 4ti Cigars , . Bourbon Whiskies : ' . Rye Whiskies : 1r . . Old Crow , . - , Sherwood , Hermitage , Guchenheimer , Cedar Brook , Sunny Brook , Spring Hill , . . . , and 29/yeaivold and Jas. E , Pepper . ' . 0 , F , C Taylor. " - These whiskies were purchased in bond and came direct from the U. S. g ov- , . ernment warehouse/ They : are gu r- . anteed pure and unadulterated. Un , excelled for family and medical ' use. ' 1 Three Star Hennessy and Dreyfus Brandies , Imported Gordon and DeKuyper Gins . , ' Guinness's Extra Stout . Bass Ale , Storz - Blue Ribbon and Budweiser Beer , Valentine Nebraska a 2s aa2r2 4. Don't Rorget' Grn Fron Has just received its stock of Fall and Winter \ Goods , which will be sold at very low prices regardless of cost. Lay in your supply now. p' . ® s ® 100 LB. ' . SALT 80 ' CTS. : . + I WJ tarn l J > J XM' S \ * n * t l tarn I " \S t * L IKE DAVIS , Valentine , Neb. J fZ&ZS' > P ? > Xf > J > MtfOC ffc Tv't ftf y f < < frXv-'JV:3V J y y Ea S ir g g . _ _ _ s e " . . , , ' W h'isk r ; / . it .x yO . _ . y \l \ , . . - - . , "S"i : . " : - ' ; , tV tlD'tO the - - , T 4ft w. . . K , ' , . . " - . ' - V . , . . . 9 _ ; , Stock Exchange Saloon 0 ' VALENTINE'S PURE LIQ00R I CENTER ; : _ \ \ . 1 WaSther F. A. Meftendorff , Pro pr. " . _ fie..G rr - = " " Ar' = SPECIAL ! ! , . TRY OURBISMARKS . I" V. Home Bakery. , x m TELEPHONE NO. 7 J Le ZAZS . l ! Hoenig = Headington. I . Monday evening Oct. 17th , at 1 .8 o'clock , Miss Glen Van Natter floenig and Clinton Heading- - ; f ton were united in marriage at the Presbyterian church in this city by the Rev. Caldwell in a bean- J , tiul and impressive ring ceremony , I . in the presence of a number of guests. The bride marched down the aisle , accompanied by her father , and carried a bouquet of white roses , being preceded by her maid . of honor , Miss Lorencia Ualey ; and were met : at the pulpit by the brides-groom , who was attended brother of the . by Louis Iloenig , . bride. u . ' After the ceremony thpy re- home of the bride's paired to the ; . and Mrs. Henry 11 oe- . parents , Mr. : an 1' en ry V . nig , followed by their guest- , where a reception was given in s > honor of the occasion , which was " ' Mrs. ' 7th wed- \ . } .f r. and Hoenig's ' . ding anniyersary. After congratulations were of - _ . b . fered and the crowd had taken possession of the house the wed- din - feabt was served by a num. . ber ' of the young ladies present , ' . . , -Miss Marie Wade presiding at the ' - punch bowl and later caught the bride's bouquet as it was tossed , . ' . whiciu brought her numer , away ,0 ous immediate proposals from the - elligibles , present. Many : beautiful and valuable I . ( r presents were received , including $50 iru gold by t \ \ * o different parties. The bride grew to womanhood O in our midst and no , more . . . estim- able young -lady may be found I anywhere. For eight years past she was an assistant cashier in the First National bank , following her graduation from the Valentine , high school. Mr. Headington is a member of \ Headingon ! .Bros .firm as stock raisers and own a fine ranch south of Wood lake. The bridal couple departed on No. 2 for Chicago % and points in Iowa , isiting : relatives for several weeks , and \vjll be at home after December 1. . . ' All Gang Plows , Discs and Har rows at cost and less. LUDWIG LUMBER Co. Strengtd en , the bonds'of friend ship by giving your friends a photo of your self. Phelps Gold Medal Photos Nov. 18 and 19. Low prices on Uoys \ Suits from 4 to 12 eal's' 1.50t2.25. Bear Skin Coats for Children price § 1.50 to ' § l. 5. MfivE DAVIS , 37-4t Valentine , Neb. / Diarrhoea is always more or less prev- alent during September. Be prepared for. it. Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is prompt and effectual. It can . always be. depended upon and is pleasant to take. . , For . sale by Chiipma'ntth drti bb' 'st. - bb's . Talk of the Town. > _ . l. - Four carloads of . Posts , from lie to 60c. Ludwig'Lumbe'r Co. Col. Quigley returned from Omaha , last Sunday. J.V. . Stetter returned from South Omaha , the first of the week. S , E. ; Eosseter. of Cody , is visit- ing his son Sheriff Eosseter. Mrs. Levi C . Spmks left on Mon day morning for a few days visit in Lincoln. - - Your money back if you don't , like them. Phelps Gold Medal photos Nov. 18 and 19. Walcott& Morrisey , through the McLeod Bros. ' Agency , sold a valuable piece of land last week. Corn King Manure Spreaders. Price 110. , Will close out at $90. LUDWIG LUMBER Co. Omaha Concert Co. , will give a concert and dance Tuesday , Oct. 25 , at Quigley's Hall. Come and have . : a good time. ' ' ' 'm. Erickson , who has been in town for several days , left Mon day for home in company with Mr. John Bachelor. , W. H. Reynolds , of Chadron , Prohi-Republican candidate . ' for State Senator was in Valentine Tuesday of this week. Emmitt Rosecrans Stock detec- tive on Rosebud was in Valentine , Saturday last on his way to Sioux Falls to attend U. S. court. Strengthen the bonds of friend- _ ship by giving your : friends a ' photo of your self. Phelps Gold Medal Photos Nov. 18 and 19. Lost or Stolen-Small curly white French poodle , answers to name "Texas. " Large reward offered. Notify or return to Mrs. E. Mc- Donald , Valentine , Neb. Cpntl'i1mtaryto local improve i ment the I. M. Rice \ . residence . s- ' been provided i with7a fine stone" , l- lar , preparatory to * the installation of a water heating plant. Chris Dittmer returned Tuesday night from Arlington , where he at- tended the German Lutheran synod as a delegate from the German Scttlem southwest of town. We , met Uncle Paul Ion the street the other day. He is still ninety some odd years young and says that a man should not allow him- self to grow old , it is the worst habj.t he can form. George Giroux , who lives on the reservation north of Sparks was in town last week , purchasing and lumber. He had two or three loads of the latter commodity with which to improve his ranch. Capt. Cohota says that if the gentleman to whom he loaned his ' array overcoat during the carnival last summer . , doesn't return it at once , he will be compelled to cause him some inconvenience. The old Hahn farm on the north table , that sold for ten thousand dollars two months ago sold again last week for fourteen thousand. This bears out Col. Harrison's oft repeated assertion that real estate is looking up. At their last state meeting the Ladies Guild of St. John's church , de3ided to give a social ! , for social purposes , at the Rectory on Friday ; evening , Oct. 27. A cordial invI- I tation is extended to all to be present. Onion ! Onions ! by the two horse and four horse load are be ing brought into town from the farms ! about Valentine , thev are of fine size and splpndid quality and command from a dollar and twenty- five to one fifty per bushel ac- cording to how carefully they have been assorted. Capt. Shaw's Art Gallery which was somewhat demolished ] some time ago by the falling of the old water tank , ic i ? : being repaired and improved. The cement sidewalk in front is i now available for pp is- train ! ami the premises when furnished will be up to date. , falterVellraan , who in his Air Ship , braved the dangers of both air and ocenn , by starting for Europe last Saturday , with a crew of six persons was stranded one hundred and fifty miles off cape Hatteras , and was picked up by. a British steamer , all hands saved. If was a notable attein p. t A car ' load of Weber wagons , must be sold at once. LUDWIG LUMBER Co. "The Xmas Present that you alone can give. " Phelps Gold Medal > , Nov. IS , and 19. Strengthen the bonds of friend ship by giving your friends a photo of' your self. Phelps Gold Medal Photos Nov. 18 and .19 Lost in June last , one yellow stag hound , two years old. Five dollars reward will be paid for its return. C. H. FIRTH , Valentine , Neb. . . The C. W. Way Co. , Architects , Hastings , Nebraska , will furnish you ; with plans and specifications for any class ! of building you wish to erect. Ask them for informa- tion. 15tf M. C. Carroll , one of our popu- lar real . estate men asked us this question ] which we pass on to the puhlic.ulf farmer Anton Fisher who lives north of Crookston , this ' county , raises twenty acres of potatoes that gops one hundred bushels per acre and sells at sixty cents per bushel , which he has done this summer , therefore clear- ing - sixty dollars per acre , what country can beat it ? " Wm. "Rranke and Mr. Per tle. commonly known as Ted one of the older and most prominent com- mission salesmen in the yards of South Omaha , returned Saturday last from a trip through the south western portion of the county , where the. latter gentleman pur- chased the Black Poll ) herd of cattle belonging Mr. P. San ford one hundred and fifty head of which wi ill ] ] be shipped this week to Omaha. Mr. Erickson returned from ) . Canada two weeks ago , and his son Gilbert returned a couple of weeks before. Mr. ' Ericks"n felj J off a road scraper he was driving a few weeks ago and fractured . three ribs but is getting alonar fine though pretty rough on a child of a king. He says the season has been very dry where he was , and we think he will be back here to make his home in Cherry .county sometime though he may return in the spring to the northwest. The Lincoln Roosters visited Valentine last Friday , and a jolly bunch they were. They had the warm smile and glad hand' for every bodys and many of the boys. openly boasted that they were all for Dahlman and proud of the fact that Lincoln had saved the day at the primaries and would be there with the goods again in No- vember. He further stated that he . had polled the train between Wood Lake and this place and , . found that it stood 76 for Dahlman , 6 for Aldrich and S noncommittal. . - . Last Friday we left. our home near Kennedy about 3 o'clock in the afternoon , starting to town and the roads being ! heavy and progression slow we arrrived at J. , M. Ralya's place after dusk. ' Finding a social gathering there of about fifty young people and being able to convince the host and hostess that we were friend- ly indians and our team being put up for the night , we took up our position in a remote corner of the room. Bere we sat and listened to sweet strains of music by the Ralva orchestra , which has be- v J came famous in this section of the country , and feasted our eyes on the beautiful ! faces and figures until ab jut half ! past twelve o'clock when a sumptuous lap supper was served. Owing to some fractured ribs we had refrained from taking part in the dance , but we. were now willing to chance a full break and a fracture of our remain in ' O good slats on the feast that was brought out which included a full quart of coffee. Here , let me ' ex - plain to those wl.r are uninformed . that J. M. Kalya , in addition to being a splendid musician , is an expert at making coffee. After supper the music and dancing con , I tinued fatt and furious until about 4 o'clock'when took ' - we up our journey toward town with happy recollections of a pleasant evening , feeling amply compensated for the sleep wp lost. I've traveled some the past year and of all the social fum-.tioi B I have had the ! ! , pleasure to attend I have nowhere , ; seen people enjoy them selves any more than 01 $ this occasion : at T. : I I M. Halya's o n the snake. . , . W. E.6 - , . . . ' . . . . - . . . . , , . , Wfe are Headquarters for Winchester Ammunition \ SEASON will soon be open so that the THE with dog and gun will have full sway. , We also handle a full line of Shot Gruns and Rifles. "Winchester" and "Remington" are two of our best makes. / Hunting Coats , Caps and Hats are now on . . display in our window and may be bought at a'bar- gain. Now is the time and the Red Front Hard- ware is the place to get full value for your money. . < II Red Front Hardware Co. 3- - % a gJCJCyxggja CJ r ' . you are looking for a now Suit or Over- I.F coat or anything , in the line of Men's or ' Boys' furnishings , don't , forget to stop L at the Fair. We have a complete line of Men's , Boys' and Children's Clothing and prices range from $1.75 to $28 per Suit. ' V to . - Talk about Ladies' and , Misses' Skirts. . Well , we have a new line and they are the best in town. In Voiles , Panama and Ser- . ' ges at $3.50 to $15 , also a" large line of I. Ladies' , Misses : , Men's : and Boys' Sweaters. . ' i ' If you must have a tailor made suit ( for men or ladies ) . replember we represent the Garden City Tailoring Co. , , and there is no better tailoring house in Chicago. We guarantee a fit or no sale. Come in and look over e line. No trouble to show goods at I JV . TIIEiAIR.4. ? , ; % Phone 145. H. W. HOENIQ , Propr. I e : _ Chartered as a State Bank Chartered as u National Bunk June 1 , 1884. 0 -\.U1ust li : % 1MK. ? The 6 , . . , FIRST NATIONAL BANK ( Successor to Bank of Valentine. ) Valentine , - Nebraska. CAPITAL SURPLUS - - $25.000 25.000 - A General Banking . . , Exchange Uudivided Profits 4,000 ; and Collection Business : : : : O. H. GoitNKM. , President. - M. V. NICHOLSON , Cashier. J. T. May ; , Vice President. " . Miss GJ.KN HOENIO , Ass't Onshlpr. , - . ' c Farm .fm.plements.i We sell farming implements as well as other . , merchandise at reasonable prices. ' . Call and try us. - . CROOKSTON NEBRASKA , -MAX - E. VIERTEL I " - 0 b , . DEALER IN EVERYTHING. , . - I it Stetter & Tobien , Props. frl iI DEALERS IN , . IIIII a I All Kinds of Fresh I i and Fait Meats. ' . . . . < . ' rtrill buy your ; Cattle , Hogs , ' j t ' T Poultry , Horses , Mules and , _ anything you have to sell. - "The Xmas Present that you I alone can give. " Phelps Gold Medal Photos , T.o18 and 19. Furnished rooms to rent by day or week , Hot and cold water baths included. Valentine House , Joha D. ; EatoDj Propr. 32tf " Your money back if you . don't . like them. Phelps Gold 1 Medal . Photos Nov. 18 and 19. Sheriff Rossetter , Judge - ' Quig , ley , Howard La Port and his cousin , Mr. Harry Slack are hUI l- . ing at Cody Lake. . . - " , .