Valentine Democrat. (Valentine, Neb.) 1900-1930, January 26, 1911, Image 5
HAS Ni3 SUBSTITUTE M \ Absolutely Pure , The only bakimj gowdai * mada front Royal Ssrapa Bream of Tartar NO ALUM.NO LIME PHOSPHATE wvCBVH M SS8 9 We are overstocked p on Toilet Soaps and are | selling all ten-cent soaps ( excepting Harmony - mony "Kose Glycerine ) at seven cents the cake. 1 By the way , yon should fry Harmony Eose Glycerine. 'It is the I best ten-cent soap made , delightfully per fumed. Large cakes (8 ( oz. ) at 10 cents the VALENTIHEr NEB A Safe , Simple System "The system of paying by check was devised by all men- for any man for you. It is suited to the need of \ any business , either large or small. It makes no difference whether we pay out 810 or § 10000 a month. A checking account will serve your needs. Pay by check , the method puts system in to your business and gives you a record of every transaction. VALENTINE STATE BAHK VALENTINE. NEBR. Fine Rooted Trees Thai Grow. Acclimated and varieties adapted to Northwestern Nebraska. Prospects are for good fruit crop next year. Trees are full of fruit buds now. Buds are formed in August of tbis year for next year's crop. If ground is dry now give your young trees bucket water each. " 'Catalog upon request. T. W. CRAMER , Local Agent , Valentine , Nebr. , Boyd Nurseries and Fruit . , . < . . Farm. ; Ainsworth , Nebraska . * * Big base burner 1 ' coal stove -for sale , § 12 , cheap. Worth more , it. I. M.KiCE. . > \ \ff-yf . .JohnSlonecker . is up .and. re covering. Good residence property for sale. I. M. KICE. tf The railroad company finished their work putting up ice last Fri day and paid off their help. School Notes. Field day. April 14. Ethel Veach was enrolled in the 2nd grade this week. The debate preliminary has been postponed one week and will be held on Saturday evening , Feb. 4. An unusually large number in the grades and high school are af flicted with colds and the grip. Some are out of school of account / of sickaess. Miss Gordon and her pupils ob served" the opossums which Mr. Tucker had at the court Jiouse. It was a treat for the little rollcs to see these marsupials of the south. We are pleased to record that Miss Driscoll was elected to a po sition in 'the new state normal school at Chadron , Neb. She has resigned her position as teacher of the 4th and 5th grades and will go to Chicago next week to take a course in art at the , Chicago uni versity. Pupils , patrons and teachers will miss her very much as she is faithful , kind and capa ble but our loss will be Chadron's gain. It is an honor worthily be stowed. ' Eli Chat. R. A. Man-all was on our streets Monday. Wm. Spence's attended church in Eli Sunday. Dan Garner and wife went to Merriman Tuesday. \V. D. Bickettb' children are on , the sick hat this week. Mrs. Rick- is also sick. The trouble-seems to be a cold. Alice , Alex and Freda Nelson vis ited at-W. D. Ricketts .Sunday and the young folks attended church at Eli in the afternoon. They report that the crowd was small , but the sermon very impressive. Nearly everyone around Eli is alive and able to talk about their neighbors. I shouldn't be surprised to hear that someooe was talking about me. Don't say such mean things. PECK'S BAD BOY. L. M. AY RES Importer and Breeder of PERCHERON HORSES AND MARES Shenandoah , Iowa C. C. RATLSFF , Gen. 1V1 gr. of Sales , PURDUM , NEBR. Mr. Ay res has been for the past 35 years an importer and breeder of Percheron Horses and Mares and has a fine selection on hand which he is offering : for sale. If any one is thinking of buying a horse , it would pay to see these. Mr. Ay res guarantees every horse he puts out. He is one of the old est and most reliable importers and breeders in the state of Iow.a. Mr. C. C. Katliff , a son-in-law of Mr. Ayres , as general manager of sales , represents the business in this northwest country. Mr. Rat- liff , lives 8 miles north-west of Purdum on what is known as British Valley. He has some of these fine horses there for sale on reasonable terms and prices. Eefer to : . Thedford Bank , Thed- ford , Nebraska ; First National Bank , Shenandoah , Iowa. U. S. Weather Bureau Report WEEK ENDING .TAN.2C , 1911. Daily mean temperature 33s. ' Normal temperature 18 ° Highest temperature C5a. Lowest temperature S ° . Range of temperature 57 ° . Precipitation for week 00.03 of an inch. Average for 22 years 0.07 of an inch. Precipitation March 1st to date 16.36 inches Average for 22 years 21.74 of an inches. JOHN J. MCLEAN. Observer. JOHN F. PORATH ftVRGE , NEB. Tubular Wells and Windmills Call me up by phone - , . -i f Dan Barnes and wife came up from Ainsworth last night where they had been ; to visit Dan's fath er who has had a serious sick spell , hiccoughing being his prin cipal ailment which continued at intervals for five days. We're glad to report him better. Presbyterian Church. J. M. CALDWELL , D. T ) . , PASTOR Preaching morning and evening. Morning subject : ' 'Neverthe less. " Sabbath School , Junior and Christian Endeavor as usual. All cordially invited. St. Nichols Church. Services will be held at the Catholic cfiurch as follows : In Crookston on Sunday , Jan.22. In Valentine , on Sunday Jan. 29. 1st mass at 8 a. m. 2nd mass at 10 a. m. Benediction ot the Blessed Sac rament after mass. Instruction for the children at 3 p. m. Leo M. BLAERE , - Rector. Notice. Bids will be received by the school board of district No. 25 , Fairview , for removing the old school building to new site , dis tance about 500 feet. Size of the building 20x21 ft. To be leveled up and set on rock about 12 inches high ready for foundation. The board reserves the right to reject any or all bids. Proposals will be received on or before the 10th day of February , 1911. BY THE SCHOOL BOARD OF DISTRICT No. 25. Mike Kennealy , Director , 3-2 Valentine , Nebr. WESTERN LAND PRODUCTS EXHIBIT. Omaha , Neb. , Jan. 18 to 28 , 1911 A grand display of products from the soil , with lectures and liberal distribution of printed matter treat ing with subjects of great interest to the com.mercial and agricultural West. A splendid exhibit will be made by the Northwestern Line of Alfalfa with minature fields showing var ious stages of its growth from the preparation of the soil to its har vest ; also demonstrating the var ious purposes for which it can be used. Other equally attractive feat ures will > be provided. Tuesday , Jan. 24 , will be Bailroad Day at the exhibition. For tickets and full in- formntion apply to ticket agents , Noitbwestern Line. For Constipation , A Medicine That Does Not Cost Anything Unless It CureSf The active medicinal ingredients of Eexall Orderlies , which are odor less , tasteless and colorless , is. an entirely new discovery. Combined with other extremely valuable in gredients , it forms a perfect bowel strengthener. Eexall Orderlies are eaten like candy and are notable for their agreeahleness to the palate and gentleness of action. They do not cause griping or any disagree able effect or inconvenience. Unlike other preparations for a like purpose , they do not create a habit , but instead they overcome the cause of habit acquired through the use of ordinary laxatives , ca- tnartics and harsh physic , and per manently remove the cause of con stipation or irregular bowel action. We will refund your money with out argument if they do not do as we say they will. Two sizes , 25c and lOc. Sold only at our store The Eexall Store. Chapman , The Druggist. Solons Visit Wayne Norms ! . Wayne , Neb. , Jan. 25. The commit tee on public lands and buildings of the state legislature inspected the buildings and grounds of the college , after which they departed for Norfolk. Greeley Man Kills Himself. . Greeley. Neb. , Jan. 25. John Klein , a butcher of this city , committed sui cide by taking strychnine. He leaves a widow and four children , , - ' 'Overdraft. I hereby certify that the above statement shows the amount of balances on hand July 1,1910 , the amounts collected in the several funds from July 1. 1910 , to December 31 , 1910 , inclusive , the amounts disbursed in the several funds from July 1 , 1910 , to December 311910 , inclusive , and the bal ances on hand December 31 , 1910 , and that the foregoing is correct to the bust of my knowledge and belief. GERTRUDE JORDAN ; [ SEAL ] County Treasurer of Cherry County. Old Crow , All Leading r Hermitage Brands t and Bottled : / . Guchen- Under the' heimer Supervision r Eye of the t * i TWhiskeys. . IT. S. Gbvl We also handle the Budweiser Beer. THF PAI AOF I BILL r MLAOtL _ HENRY STETTER , Propr. The Chicago House " _ JIM FELOH , Propr. f Call on me for rooms and lodging. Valentine - Nebraska Loup Valley Hereford Ranch , C/H. FAULHABER .fe SONS , BROWNLEE , NEP. ' Herd headed by S. 0. Columbus 17 , No. 160050 , aud Climax 2 , No. 289- 522 ; also , Melvin , No. 327072 , reg , Bulls for Sale at All Times , W. H. Stratton Dealer in FLOUR & FEED General'Merchandise PHONE 125 cof. Hall & Cath. Valentine , Nebr. > JOHN D. EATON Drayman "Light and Heavy Draying Furniture and pianos handled in a careful manner. Coal hauled and trunks and grips a specialty. Phone No. 48. < C. A. RUBY Law Attorney-at- Office front room , second story , over T. C. Hornby's store , Main street entrance. Valentine , Nebraska "I had teen troubled -with constipa tion for two years and tried all of the best physicians in Bristol , Tenn. , and they could do nothing for ine , ' ' writes Ttios. E. Williams , Middleboro , Ky. "Two packages of Chamberlain's Stomach ach and Liver Tablets cured me. " For Bale by Chapman ; f The opportunity is open to you to every am bitious young person in the vicinity of Valentine. Be sure and see the wonderful invention called the Harmonic Tone Revealer , which enables any one to play the piano aud organ without knowing one note from another , with a few minutes study. This opportunity is offered by the International Conservatory of Music of St. Louis , Mo. We Teach by Correspondence Home Study = = = 0ur Pupils Learn' They recommend us and our method of teach ing. We furnish all up to date Sheet Music and guarantee to teach our pupils to play or refund the tuition. We are the only conservatory in the world that print our own sheet music , so can furnish each individual pupil just the sheet music they should , have. Courses are as follows : Piano , organ , violin , guitar , mandolin and all military band instruments. Sixty thousand pupils have enrolled with us and all more than pleased. Facts and Advantages You study at home. . You have no books or music to buy. You get special assistance whenever needed. We give you a reason "why" for each step taken. . We "show" you as well as tell you. Written recitations YOU KNOW it before you write it. You get the "boiled down" results of the study and research ot centuries. Our wonder Tone Eevealer is free to all pupils. We bring a modern Conservatory into your parlor. We have more pupils than any other Conservatory in America. niurclal Agencies. The International Conservatory of Music - For particulars write S. A. MOCK. Spl Agt.-Bx. 389. Valentine. Neb. J. S. HOWARD. Ass't. Dr. M. T. Meer , DENTIST Rooms over Red Front store Valentine - Nebr , f Every family has need of a good , re liable liniment. For sprains ) bruises , soreness of the muscles and rKeoinatic pains there is none better than Cham berlain's. Sold by Chapman , the drug gist. .