Valentine Democrat. (Valentine, Neb.) 1900-1930, December 29, 1910, Image 1
> c ; fJP * - \ Etitorical Sooitty 1. M. Kice , Editor and Proprietor VALENTINE , NEBR. , THURSDAY , DECEMBER 29 , 1910. Volume 25 , No. 51 52ga ac i 3E523KS2Qg2g2g : eon McGEER & CARROLL , Proprs. Fine Wines , Liquors and Cigars Bourbon Whiskies : Rye Whiskies : * Old Crow , Sherwood , Hermitage , Guchenheimer , Cedar Brook , Sunny Brook , Spring Kill. and 29 year/old and Jas , E , Pepper , O. F , C. Taylor , These whiskies were purchased in bond and came direct from the U. $ . gov ernment warehouse. They are guaranteed - anteed pure * and unadulterated. Unexcelled - x excelled for family and medical use. 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 y ? 3 rf * R All kinds of Merchandise. I can afford to sell as low as anybody , I buy pro = duce and pay market price for hides. - 3 MIKE DAVIS , - VALENTINE , NEB. N C © Go to the 8e baioon . VALENTINE'S PURE-LIQUOR CENTER / Walther F. A. Meltendorff , Propr. ! 3 I Cigars , Tobaccos , . . Confectionery Hot and Cold Lunches ' I Short Order Meals. Bakery Goods TELEPHONE NO. VJ ne D. A. WHJPPLE , Propr. Valentine Headquarters at the Chicago House Rosebud " " " "Rosebud Hotel Leave Yalentine at 8 o'clgck every morning , Sundays excepted. Arrive at Rosebud at 2 o'clock p. in. Leave Rosebud at 8 o'clock eVery morning , Sundays excepted. ' Arrive at Yalentine at 2 o'clock p. m. ' . Dinner at Britt at 11 o'clock a. in. Special attention to passengers , baggage and express or packages. * Leave orders at headquarters or at tKe Red - / Front store. D. A. Whipple. When you have a cold get a "bottle oi Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Itwill soon fix you up all right and -will T-ard off any tendency toward pneumonia. This remedy contains no opium or other narcotic and may he given as confidently juo a.haby as to1 antadult * Sold hy Chap "When 3our feet are wet and cold , and your'hody chilled through and through from exposure , take a hig 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 sale by Chapman , the Talk of the Town. R. M. Faddis is home this week. Oliver Walcott is home for the holidays. Rock Springs coal at Fischer's Hardware. 51 Am. Buckley is in town from the reservation. Miss Bessie Gaskill is home to spend Christmas. Good residence property for sale. I. M. RICE. tf Hans Ulrich has been in town the past few weeks. Bob Emery spent a couple of days in town this week. Ed Cohota * is home from the university to spend a few days. Miss Florence Hanna of Wood Lake visited in Valentine Monday. Miss Nellie Easley came up from Ainsworth to visit friends i | this week. . Apples , Saturday and Monday , § 1.25 per bushel. Mike Davis , Valentine , Nebr : In Lumber we have the largest stock and the lowest prices. LUDWIG LUMBER Co. John Simpson was in town the past ' week , shaking hands with old friends. Miss Estella Nicholson came home last Friday night from Lin coln to spend Christmas , and re turned Monday night. Charles Brown is visiting in town this week.He is teaching school in the western part of the county near King postoffice. Lost On Nov. 29 , black cloth cape , between Herman Tate's and Wood lake. Finder return to Wood lake postoffice and receive reward. Benjamin Mickey , Miss Hanna , John We < ? t and sister , Mrs. Leo Morris , came up from Wood lake to take in the Workmen dance and visit friends in town. Mrs. J. C. Quigley went down o Wahoo to visit home-folks Christmas , and the Judge thought IB wouldn't be lonesome for a few days but gave up and joined his wife after a couple of lonesome days at home. Services will be held in St. John's church on Sunday , Jan. 1 , as follows : Sunday school at 10 a. m. , celebration df the holy ; ucharist and sermon at 11. Ev- insong at 7:30 p. m. Choir re- icarsal Saturday evening at 7:30 : D. m. Miss Ethel Ebtes of Omaha arae up Monday to visit her ousin , Mrs. I. M. Rice. She was fortunate in arriving in time ! or the A. O. U. W. dance , which she says she saw in THE DEMO CRAT of last week , and , taking the morning train , arrived here at 7:17 : p. m. Dick Zielian came in from irand Junction , Colo. , Tuesday vening and is visiting friends around town. Mrs. Zielian came isi week and will return after a few days' "visit. Dick looks as young as ten years ago * and the people all know him here as he lasn't changed. Not much adoin' now-a-days ; not much for. us to state. We guess they're all at4iome these da.ys , to eat and celebrate. These Christmas times for news are dull , except to tell who's come , and where they eat until they're full , and where somebody's gone. A dance or two , a Christmas tree we rack our brains to tell , is not so easy , you'll agree , who's sick and who is well. Then if somenoejwe should forget , as oftentimes fwe must ; they fail to think of our i-e- gret , but think we've gone to rust. L M. Rice , | \ \ \ , Two four-room houses for rent one with cellar , I. M" RICE. ti W. H. Ross , one of the Rose bud teachers , was in town yester day. " * i All Gang Plows , Discs and Har rows at cost and less. LUDWIG LUMBER Co. A. L. Nicholson of Chadror spent a few days in town this week. x Chris. Dittmerr , Wm. Riege and Henry Porath werd in towr Tuesday. Mrs. Alfred Morris of Wood Lake visited in Valentine the first of the week. Col. Geo. 'Tracewell has re turned from a ten days visit back in Iowa araoug relatives. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Headington spent the holidays in town with II. W. Hoenig and family. E. C. Scovel and wife are visit ing in town with their daughter , Mrs. Lockwood and family. Miss Maggie Stetter is home to spend vacation. She is one of the teachers in the Kearney schools. John West spent a few days in town the fore part of the week. John is located at Omaha and is traveling for a local firm there. s Chester Wells came up from Creighton university of Omaha Friday morning to spend the Christmas holidays with home- folks and friends' . A New Year's dance will be given in Qnigley's hall Saturday night , "New Year's Eve. " Danc- jngwill start at 8:30. : Music by Fischer's orchestra. Miss Maude Ralya , who is attend ing the Wesleyan university and Claude , who attends Creighton college of pharmacy , are home spending the holidays. A box of black and white cigars fresh from Chapman's drug store was our Christmas treat and they're tuwiing to ashes , but we're having the fun of lighting the matches and-watching the beauti ful rings of blue smoke. Mrs. T. C. Hornby entertained the vested choir of St. John's shurch to a chafing dish party at tier home Tuesday evening. Jig saw puzzles and games occupied , he young people during the eve- ling and .a most enjoyable time Evas spent by all. Allan Gould spent Christmas in Valentine visiting his mother and ) ld time friends. He returned to Dmaha Monday evening to be in attendance at a banquet given .here Tuesday evening for com mercial travelers. Alan is now traveling salesman for the Ne- Draska Electrical Co. of Omaha. W. D.'Clarkson informs us that .he ice on Lake Mrnnechaduza is ibout 11 inches thick and ice cut ting will not be delayed much , though , usually at this time of rear , it has seemed to be much solder. Perhaps it is our hot water heating plant that has caused us to think the weather was warm. F. J. Wiltse of Risebud was in town last Thursday to meet his brother , William C. , who brought i car load of st , ff to go onto his ranch , which' included farm im plements , harness , wagons , a regis- terecj' jenny and colt , and the champion milch cow of Minnesota , sc/Mr. Wiltse says. He is going" io try farming in this country as be thinks land ought to be farmed and is an enthusiastic stockman. He is a great talker and runs an advertisement in this paper as an auctioneer. He has had consider able experience in that line and we believe he's wtfrth trying. 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 T AND for inen and boys. Strictly high _ grade from start to finish the best of Friend Made Garments and the prices spell economy. Will fit you out with one of these ideal , stylish , perfect fitting garments. Featuring Friend Made and Alma Mater Student Style Clothes. OLartercel as H Stnte Bank S Chartered as a National Bank Junol , 12JSW ' . F1fl & 3Sp IT H splTtHrllT H T TO II WW IMsA N A1 llUi All BANK - ( Successor to Bnnk of Valentine. ) ' -v \-k. Yalentine , - Nebraska. SURPLUS CAPITAL - - $25.000 25.000 A Greneral Banldng , Exchange Uudividcd Profits 4,000 and Collection Business : : : : 3. H. CoiiXKiiij , President. M. V. NICHOLSON , ( J.'i&hiur. J. T. M y , Vice President. Miss CI..KN HOEN-II ; , Ass't Cashier. With the close of my most successful business year , I wish to thank you one and all for your kind patronage. Hoping that E have merited a continuance of same and wishing you all a Merry Christinas and a prosperous and Happy New Year , I am yours respectfullj7 , CROOKSTON NEBRASKA , MAX E. VIERTEL DEALER IN EVERYTHING. & B wE/ tu * ( GENERAL PRACTICE and SURGERY EYES TESTED and GLASSES FITTED SCIENTIFICALLY. We compound and dispense our own medicines. Office on 2nd Jloor ot T. C. Hornby's. Phone 161. Valentine , Nebraska GRANT BOYER , CARPENTER & BUILDER. , All lands of wood work done to order. Stock tanks made in all sizes Kesidence and shop one block south of passenger depot. " Valentine , PHONE 72 , Nebraska Keferences : My Many Customers. FMI 53J BI4 -MlJSS Stetter & Tobien , Props. DEALERS IX All Kinds of Fresh and Fait Meats. . . . Will buy your Cattle , Hogs , Poultry , Horses , Mules and anything you have to sell.