Valentine Democrat. (Valentine, Neb.) 1900-1930, January 12, 1911, Image 1
VALENTINE NEBR. THURSDAY JANUARY 12 , 1911. Volume 26 , No. 1 1. M. Rice , Editor and Proprietor , , , . . r ft , . * * C 3TJ2 5Ii2 ! 2 < 5lSi22R2S S Su S ! ; t the name LET tail- o r i n g be ( photographed V 4 ' mind.- 'upon your mind.lim ; It is a good thing / Jlll , to remember , when you want a / - suittor overcoat I of style and dis tinction. Just now is a good time to look over I "the complete line ' pf all wool fab rics and to see | the new Ideas 5 which are going to be ponular for if the Spring. Tay lor tailoring is thoroughly insured - ' sured against dis satisfaction. A guaranty goes with every garment that makes it quite impossible for anything to be , -wrong. And most.important of all , the prices we J"'quote are the very lowest for high grade made-to il measure Clothes. Polite service at r T All kinds of Merchandise. I can afford to f * to sell as low as anybody , I buy pro = duce and pay market price for hides. VALENTINE , NEBRASKA. : fcESES2rJS2ac : McQEER & CARROLL , Proprs. Fine Wines , Liquors and Cigars Bourbon Whiskies : Rye Whiskies : _ Old Crow , Sherwood , Hermitage , Guchenheimer , Cedar Brook , Sunny Brook , Spring Hill , and 29/year/old andjas. E , Pepper , O , F , C , Taylor , These whiskies were purchased in bond and carne direct from , the U. 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 Budwdser Beer , Valentine Nebraska ot " ' - Go to the Stock Exchange Saloon VALENTINE'S PURE LIQUOR CENTER iY Walther F. A. Meltendorff , Propr. Cigars , Tobaccos , Confectionery Hot . , and Cold Lunches " * " * "V. r - \ Short Order. Meals. Bakery Goods Home sery. j \ I9H JANUARY 19 ! Tlw 3 9 II = f JL \7 \ 31 Talk of the Town School began Monday after two week's vacation. Two four-room houses for rent one with cellar. I. M. Kicu. t v Di n't fail to see "The Girl an < the Sheriff " 'Saturday night , Jan li , at Quigley's opera house. The/'Girl and the Sheriff' ' ii Valentine Saturday evening , Jan 14 , at Quigley's opera house. For sanitary plumbing or heat ing call H. I. Weinzimrner , tb < only licensed plumber in town. 41 Furnished rooms to rent by da\ ; \ or week , Hot and cold watei baths included. Valentine House John D. Eaton , Propr. 32t ! \V. A. Prindle , district managei for the \V. O. W. , has been in oui town several days the past week. soliciting membership for thaj company. James Bradshaw , who 'had .his leg broke about four months ago , i * able 'to be around again and i ? hauling hay from his homestead southwest of town. t Hon. Dave Hanna and J , C. Applegate , bankers ofrWoodlake , were "transacting business inT Val entine Monday and we acknow ledge a pleasant visit with them. P. F. Nu s , special agent for the Columbia Fire Ins. Co. , visit ed I. M. llice and family a few days the past week while in town on business and adjusted a loss for L. A. Bears Tuesday. L. A. Deers came to town Tues day on lusiness and called on us t > have THE DEMOCRAT sent to him this year. Tie has a home stead 35 miles south of here and at present he is feeding cattle for W. G. Ballard and sons. We met Cyrus Hagen 'and U. G. AVelker \Voodlake on our streets Tuesday. Grant carried a big bundle of wolf scalps and if there are any coyotes yet alive around Wood lake it's safe to say they are hiding out when these hunters tour the hills. The failroad company has been very lu > y the past week , putting up ice from Lake Minnechaduza which they drag : up an ice chute with teams to the top of the hill where the chute runs along side of a spur of the railroad track and elevated to slide the ice into box cars. . P. F. Simons and son Charles brought Grandma Razey to town last Saturday and she took the train here to go down to her daughter home near Ft. Scott , Kan. , we believe where she has made her home mostly in recent years. Grandma Razey has been visiting Mr. Simons' family at Sparks for several months past. W.D. Clarkson has been busy with a force rf men the past week on his ice harvest which is now nearly completed. He fills several large ice houses and takes 'con tracts -furnishing. people of other towns with ice , using the railroad company's chute after the com pany has completed their work. Other towns can get ice in this way cheaper than they- can put it op unless they have equal facilities near town. Presbyterian Church. J. 31. CALDWftLL , D. D. , PASTOR Preaching morning and evening Sabbath School , Junior an ChristianEndeavor , as usual. All cordially invited. Rock Springs coal at Fischer Hardware. 5 Earl Comstock came in yestei day and is visiting friends in tow a few days. Big base burner coal stove fo sale , -12 , cheap. Worth more Don't'need it. I. M. RICE. t t The ice being put up is 16 to 1 inches , thick and clear as crystal It will look good next July i properly taken care of. The A. 0. U. W. and the De gree .of Honor will hold a joint in stallation of officers next Mqnda night , Jan. 16. All member should attend this installation Good music has been secured am a supper will be served by the Def of 11 : lion. Dave Hanna was in towi Monday and says he's not feeling first rate. His health in the fal not being good left him weak ano tender and the grip or a cold makes him feel the need of a mild' er climate and he and his wife ex pect to go to Florida to join \Vasl Honey and wife and Nick Ucli and wife for the remainder of the winter and they expect to starl sometime next week. J. M. Pawnee dropped into our office Tuesday vto subscribe for THE DEMOCRAT. lie wants to r ad the papers some so he will know what is going on. He had jusj-rrcturned - from Pine Ridge , where he went a few days ago tc claim some land that his aunt hacl owned prior to her death and Mr. Pawnee was the sole heir of a sec tion of land. Mr. Pawnee's grand mother al.so left him a section of land in Gregory county and he has a quarter section near Wood , S. D. , where he lives and farms. He is a full blood Sioux Indian and has a pretty fair education and good business knowledge to take care of his property. The weather bureau reported a cold wave Monday evening for Tuesday and when the thermom eter went up above 50 Tuesday morning people began to think of warm weather , but about ten o'clock the thermometer began to drop and went down pretty fast for several hours. The weather bureau is pretty safe on their cold wave forecasts generally and gives us a chance to bar the doors and windows agaist cold , gather a little feed for stock and fuel for fires. If the reports could be spread broadcast among the stockmen they would be of inestimable val ue , but' the present government regime seems to be more interest ed in dreadnaughts and high tariff wall. Purcell's Comedy Co. .will play the "Girl and the Sheriff , " Satur day night , Jan. U , 1911. This is a western comedy drama portray ing a pretty story of the times when the gold fever was raging in the hills of Colorado , where every class of society was represented in a search for hidden wealth. The principal scenes are layed in the heart of the rookies and the beau tiful valleys with which the conn- try abounds ; a land where gold was the ruling spirit , but where a young and innocent girl was the guardian angel. Special scenery with-plenty of comedy and a few tears , pleasing all classes , young and old , rich and poor. Special ties between acts , colossal and un surpassed. Something doing all the time. Every seat sold under a positive guarantee. Valentine , Saturday evening , Jan. 14j 1911. 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 AND for men 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. . 1 Featuring Friend Made and Alma Mater Student Clothes. OLartercel us a Stnte Bank Ohm-tercet ns a National Bunk June 1,1884. August 1L' , IWtt. _ m FIRST UTIOHAL BANK ( Successor to Bank of Valentino. ) . . . < - * * SURPLUS CAPITAL - - $25.000 25.000 A General Banking , Exchange Uudivided Profits 4,000 and Collection Business : : : : 0. U. GOHXEI/L , President , M. V. NICHOLSON , Cashier. r. T. May , Vice President. ITiss GL-KN HOKNIO , Ahs't Cashier. MY FRSEND3 AND CUSTOMERS : 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 , CROOKSTON NEBRASKA , MAX E. ViERTEL : DEALER IN EVERYTHING. GENERAL PRACTICE and SURGERY EYES TESTED and GLASSES FITTED SCIENTIFICALLY. . . ! J We com pound and dispense our own medicines. Office on 2nd floors ! T. C. Hornby's. Phone 161. Valentine , Nebraska 'if- GRANT BOYERj CARPENTER & BUILDER. All kinds of wood work done to order. Stock tanks made in all sizes 1 i Residence and shop one block south of passenger depot. . . - 9 Valentine , PHONE 72 . Nebraska References : My Many Customers. S tetter & Tobien , Props. DEALERS IN All Kinds of Fresh | g and Fait Meats. . . T Will buy your Cattle , Hogs , Poultry , Horses , Mules and anything you have to sell.