Valentine Democrat. (Valentine, Neb.) 1900-1930, December 30, 1910, Image 1
/ : "v ' 1. M. Eice , Editor and Proprietor VALENTINE , NEBE. , THUESDAY , JANUAEY 5 , Igll. Volume 25 , No. ,52 . McGEER & CARROLL , Proprs. \ Fine Wines , Liquors and Cigars ? , r Bourbon Whiskies : Rye Whiskies : Old Crow , Sherwood , Hermitage , Guchenheimer , Cedar Brook , Sunny Brook , Spring Hill , and 29/year/old and Jas , E , Pepper , , O. F , C , Taylor , These whiskies were purchased in bond and came direct from the TJ. S. gov ernment warehouse. They are guar anteed pure and unadulterated. Un 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 g aKtf a ffaa : All kinds of Merchandise. I can afford I to sell as low as anybody , I buy pro = duce and pay market price for hides MIKE DAVIS , - VALENTINE ; NEB. Go to the VALENTINE'S PURE LIQUOR CENTER Walther F. A. Meltendorff , Propr. | Cigars , Tobaccos , Confectionery | , ( Hot and Cold Lunches \ Short Order Meals. Bakery Goods g to B TELEPHONE NO. 7 D. A. WHIPPLE , Propr. Valentine Headquarters at the Chicago House Rosebud " " " Rosebud Hotel Leave .Valentine at 8 o'clock every morning , Sundays excepted. Arrive at Rosebud at 2 o'clock'p. m. Leave Rosebud at 8 o'clock every morning , Sundays excepted. Arrive at Valentine at 2 o'clock p. m. V Dinner at Britt at 11 o'clock a. m. Special attention to passengers , baggage and express or packages. Leave orders at headquarters or at the Red /Front store. . A. Whipple When you liave a cold get a. "bottle oi . Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Itwill goon fix you up all right and Trill ward off any tendency toward pneumonia. This remedy contains no opium or-other narcotic and may be given as confidently to ab ; ) y as to/aDjadult : Sold by Chap i When your feet are wet and cold , and your body chilled through and through from exposure , tulce a big dose of Cham-1 berlain's CoughBemedy , bathe your feet in hot water before going to bed , and you are almost certain to ward off a L severe qold. For sale by Chapman/ ' " " - " 191 ! JANUARY 1911 TW | S 2 5 1 li i ; 23 293031 Talk of the Town , This is good ice weather. Kock Springs coal atv Fischer5 * Hardware. 5J Born to Ed Clarke and wife , MondayDec. . 26 , a daughter. Cletus Haley is home from O'Neill to spend the holidays. Two four-room houses for rent. one with cellar , I. M. EICE. "tl * Billy Haley came home from the university to spend Xraas. Jim Breuklander is home to spend the holidays with relatives. * Born.to Hy Wickham and wife , a daughter , Dec. 26. Mrs. Wick- ham is a daughter of Wm. Mum- ford. Evart , son of J , C. North p , who for many years was ugent here , is visiting Cletns Haley this week. ' * " Miss Maud Ralya returned to the Wesley an University Tuesday night to resume her course in music. . Claude Raly a returned Tuesday night to Creighfcon college where * " ' f ' * "r' he is taking a course in pharmacy and expects to. graduate-in Febru ary. Miss Wade , who has. been clerk ing in T. C. Hornby's store , re signed her position and Tuesday night departed for her home back 3ast. Miss Ethel Estes , who has been nsiting her cousin , Mrs. I. Mt Rice the past week , returned to ier home in Omaha Tuesday light. The one year old daughter of Sam Grooms and wife , who rec- jntly moved into the , Maxwell sroperty , died of pneumonia Wednesday evening of last week. The dance last Saturday night n Quigley's hall was not very ivell attended owing to the severe iveather , though those who attend- jd watched the new year in , and low just see what a time we've John Mead , a real estate and nsurance agent of Chadron , shot limself in the mouth and was 'ound dead in his office last Friday norning by his eight year old son. Suicide , because of family troubles s believed to be the cause. Mrs. J. M. Ealya brought her son and daughter to town Tuesday ; o start them back to college. She * - nforms us that they will have an ther of their popular dances Fri- lay night , the 13th. What a fam ous day ! But we guess they'll lave a good time just the same. Bert Pike was in to see us Tues- lay evening about his cousin who s 19 years old and wants a place ; o work for iris board while he at- : ends school this winter. The boy las taken a course in business 'c'ol- ! ege.and can do short ; hand and jypswriting. Who has a place ? Clinton Colletfc came home from' Solumbns to visit during the holi- Jays. He is principal of schools ; here and says h > knovs our iriend Edgar Howard and that he runs the best local paper in that part oi the state. Miss Nellie illet't alsd came librae last week * Good residence property foi sale. I. M. EICE. tl Born to Grant Marks and wife Monday , Dec. 20 , a son. Luther Blake of Chicago , is vis iting at the home of John Slon- ecker and family. ' : Cicero Thompson , an old time j" resident of Valentine , is here with * a string of blooded horses. 5 ' Big base burner coal stove for sale , § 12 , cheap. Worth more. Don't need it. I. M. EICE. tf For sanitary plumbing or heat ing call H. I. Weinziramer , the only licensed plumber in town. 49 * * * rr Miss Marguerite Quigley and Bessie Eaton returned to Stuart Sunday after enjoying the holi days with home folks. Furnished rooms to rent by day or week. Hot and cold water baths included. Valentine House , John D. Eaton , Propr. 32tf Mrs. Geo. Tracewell entertained about twenty ladies' at her home Tuesday afternoon in honor of Mrs. Zielian of Grand Junction , Cdlo. A pleasant afternoon was spent in conversation and a lunch eon was served by the hostess. Dr. Barnes , the eyesight spec ialist of Omaha , will be at the Donoher hotel Thursday , Jan. 12. Remember that Dr. Barnes has been over this road for some ten or twelve years. Every patient has always had a year ftfr refitting without extra charge. JSTo charge , whatever , is made for examination. Don't forget the date. 51 2 Edward A. Searby of , Crookston was in town last Saturday. He owns five quarter sections of good land north of Crookston that ten years ago was thought to be worth very little by some financiers who bad been successful but time has proved that values of land were underestimated. Farms that sold ten years ago by the quarter at $300 to § 500 are nowpriced by the acre at § 20 to § 10 in this lo cality. Fred Buechle , wife and children and his brother , Edward , went down to Seward day before Xmas and visited Fred's father , who has three lots between two railroads and has a four-room house in Sew ard where he and his wife live comfortably from their garden. On Monday after Christmas Fred says they went down to Lincoln and spent two days looking at the sights , visited the penitentiary , and , upon returning to Seward , went to Milford and visited the Soldiers' Home. They returned lorne Sunday morning in the snow storm and stayed in town Sunday and Monday. The family enjoyed a splendid visit and saw many things and places of interest. The thermometer went down to 20 ° below zero Sunday night and 23J-0 below Monday night. Tuesday the weather warmed up over 55 degrees , though the weath er bureau didn't appear to know anything about it until their rec ords showed it had happened , and lad no report out predicting a change until the change was on record. We like to praise every- xjdy but it also seems to be some- A ) ody's duty to call attention to these blunders or they'll come to relieve that we don't expect any thing of them. A little investiga tion back east in Willis L. Moore's office might disclose the fact that somebody is drawing big pay for mighty poor weather deductions or else we need more weather sta tions for their assistance. What the country needs is better service If they can't do better than some of the past six months' predic tions we'd as soon or rather trus t to Charley Tacketk ere 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 yau 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 AND for men and boys. Strictly high grade from start to finish thef best of Friend Made Garments and the prices spell economy. Will fit you' out with one of these ideal , stylish , perfect fitting garments. -H Featuring Friend Made and Alma Mater Student Style . , Clothes. \ DLartered ns u Stntc Bunk Chartered ns si National Hank ' June 1,188-1. August 12 , JWH. The ( Successor to Bunk of Vnlcntine. ) * Valentine , - Nebraska. SURPLUS CAPITAL - - $25.000 25,000 A General Banking , Exchange Juciivided Profits 4,000 and Collection Business : : : : 3. H. CORNKI.IJ , President. M. V. NicHor.sojr , Cashier. F. T. May , Vice President. Miss GJ.KX HOENIG , 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 I have merited a continuance of same and : wishing you all a Merry Christmas and a prosperous and Happy New Year , I am yours respectfully , 3ROOKSTON NEBRASKA , MAX E , ViERTEL DEALER IN EVERYTHING. = = DRS. DALLAL GENERAL PRACTICE and SURGERY EYES TESTED and GLASSES FITTED SCIENTIFICALLY. We compound and dispense our own medicines. Omce on 2nd ttoor ot T. C. Hornby's. Phone 1G1. Valentine , Nebraska GRANT BOYER CARPENTER & BUILDER. kinds of wood work done to order. Stock tanks made in all sizes Eesidence and shop one mock south of passenger depot. Valentine , PHONE 72 Nebraska References : My Many Customers. " - Stetter & Tobien , Props. DEALERS IX All Kinds of Fresh and Fait Meats. . . . IVill buy your Cattle , Hogs , Poultry , Horses , Mules and anything you have to sell.