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1. M. Rice , Editor and Proprietor VALENTINE , NEBR , THURSDAY , FEBRUARY 16 , 1911. Volume 26 , N66
* QU grecordially invited to examine"the big array of
Y all wool Taylor fabrics whether you intend to buyer
or not. ALL we want is an opportunity to show
you their "beauty and to give you'some idea of the master
ly ' way in which Taylor Clothes are modelled. We
would like also to show you how popular the prices are
and how it is possible for the most fastidious man to
dress ideally at small cost. Accept our invitation ,
please , and'see for yourself what Taylor tailoring stands
All kinds of Merchandise. I can afford
to sell as low as anybody , I buy pro
duce and pay market price for hides.
M I vis ,
VALENTINE , NEBRASKA.
McGEER & CARROLL , Proprs.
: Fine Wines , Liquors and Cigars
Bourbon Whiskies : Rye Whiskies :
Old Crow , Sherwood ,
Hermitage , Guchenheimer ,
Cedar Brook , Sunny Brodk ,
Spring Hill , and 29/year/old
andjas. E , Pepper , O ; F. C. Taylor ,
These whiskies were purchased in bond
and came direct from the/TJ. S. gov-
eminent warehouse. They are guar
anteed pure and unadulterated. Un
excelled for family and medical
Three Star Hennessy and Dreyfus Brandies. , - Imported
Gordon and DeKuyper Gins , . Guinness's Extra Stout.
Bass Ale , Storz Blue Ribbon : and Budweiser Beer ,
'JxKSZS & J& KjKJ * '
Cigars , Tobaccos , Confectionery
Hot and Cold Lunches
i Short Order Meals. Bakery Goods g
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Talk of the Town.
W. H. Kennedy was in town
J."M. Coutts of theV. . N. U.
Sanduyed in town.
Mat Boltz of Nenzel was regis
tered in town Monday.
Two four-room houses for rent ,
one with cellar. I. M. RICE. tf
Wo print .those big sale bills
with a red border. They are the
H. H. Wakofield of Oookston
spent a couple of days in town
this week. , *
The show' last Thursday night ,
"Tillin Olson5 drew a good house
and did pretty well.
. Charley Anderson has laid a
foundation for a carpenter shop on
Virginia street west of Main.
For sanitary plumbing or heat
ing cnll II. I. Wein/immer , the
only licensed plumber in town. 49
Have your legal notices pub
lished in THE VALENTINE DEMO
CRAT. Tell your attorney where
you want it.
Furnished rooms to rent by day
or week , Hot and cold water
baths included. Valentine House ,
John P. Eaton , Propr. 32tf
The county commissioners' met ,
Monday to attend to some un
finished business and lay out a
road north of Wood Lake.
When you have business that
can be done by THE VALENTINE
DEMOCRAT you can show a friend
ly feeling in having it done there.
D. E. Burdick was down from
Grookston Monday and called to
subscribe for THE DEMOCRAT./
will farm the Herman LaMott
place this year.
Ask to have your contest notice
or legal notice printed in THE
VALENTINE DEIMOCRAT. It is
your privilege to have it printed
where you will. tf
Dick McNall , Frank Lee , F. M.
Phillips , L. G. Smith and J. H.
Phillips were in town this week on
land office business. They live
down near the Loup ,
Lost Somewhere on the streets
of Valentine last Saturday , a plush
lap robe with two dog heads on it.
Reward for return to Henry Beck
er or leave at this office.
This office got out some npat
two-color sale bills for Herbert
LaMott last week. HP. is. going
to sell his live stock and farm ma
chinery on Feb. 23 , at the farm
A. O. Coleman of McCann came
in Tuesday to takp. a degree in
Free Masonry- About two weeks
ago we met him at the courthouse
with eight coyote scalps that he
and his boys with their hounds
caught in the hills.
Wm. Novak will sell 27 head
of horses at public auction on
Saturdav , Feb. 25 , 1911 , at v.Tohn
Dambly's Star Livery Barn vat 1
o'clock.p. ra. Eight months time
or 5 per cent .discount for cash.
T. W. Cramer , auct ; I. M. Rice ,
. Harry Miller dipd of typhoid
fever at Rosebud last Thursday
night after a short illness. The
body was taken back to vPennsvl-
vania for burial , arriving in Val
entine Friday evening f rom ROSP-
bud , accompanied by relatives and
fripnds of the deceased , among
which we noted the names of C. J.
Anderson , D. W. Parmalee. Geo.
Rogers and Geo. Marcus regfcter-
pd at the Donoher hotel. Other
friends and relatives stopped with
friends in tnwn until train time.
The deceased was a clerk in the
Dehpll store and a brother of O.
L. Mi'ler ' of the Oak Creek store.
He was recently rrarn'ed in Va n-
tine . to , " ' a young lady from Penn-
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Rock Springs coal at Fischer's
Hardware. . 51
The Fair has a change of ad
vertisement this week.
Mr. Mock , the class organizer
for the International Conservatory
of Music , tells us that he will not
be with us for a few weeks on ac
count of going away to have an
operation performed. Mr. Mock
expects to go to Rochester , Minn.
Dave Hanna and two daughters
of Wood Lake were in Valentine
last Friday. Mr. and Mrs Han
na are expecting to go to Florida
to join the Wwod Lake party for
the remainder of the winter , in
tending to start this week. W.
G. Ballard is also thinking of go
Tracewell & Hilt are * clearing
up their lots on east Catherine
street preparatory to erecting a
larger barn and stock yard. The
old dwelling was sold to Jim
Bradshaw who moved it onto his
lot an the rear of thw restaurant
building-north of Perry Lawson's
Your attention is called to the
large sale advertisement of 0. W.
Malm which appears in this paper.
Mr. Hahn sold his farm some time
ago and now is going to sell his
live stock , farm machinery , etc , ,
at public auction at his old home ,
10 miles northwest of Valentine ,
on Feb. 28 , 1911.
Last Saturday this office turned
out large sale bills , ' 'for Q. W.
Hahn , Herbert LaMott and Wm.
Novak , who all have sales this
month. When you want a neat
and quickly executed sale bill try
THE DEMOCRAT office. Wt * are
equipped to do two color work at
a reasonable price. Call and see.
Stinislau Krajewski and Joseph
Nollette of Nenzel were in town
last Saturday on business and
meeting ; 'with- numerous * friends.
* i'hey Boifght tine last of the Lud-
wig-Lumber Cos manure spread
ers advertised recently in" TUB
DEMOCRAT. It pays to advertise
brings seller and buyer together
at an early date profitable to
Dr. Barnes , the eyesight spec -
ialist of Omaha , will be at the
Donnher hotel all day Saturday ,
March 4th. Remember that -Dr.
Barnes has been over this road for
some ten or twelve years. Every
patient has always had a year for
refitting without extra charge. No
charge , whatever , made for ex
amination. Don't forget the date.
Call and see Dr. Barnes , if any
trouble with head or eyes. 6 3
J. M. CALDWELL , D. D. , PASTOR
Preaching morning and evening.
Morning subject : "The Apostle
Paul vs. Debbs. " Evening sub
ject : "The Betrayer and The
Other services as usual.
All cordially invited.
L. M. AY RES
Importer and Breeder of
PERCHERON HORSES AND MARES
Shenandoah , Iowa
C. C. RATLIFF , -
Gen. Mgr. of Sales ,
PURDUM , NEBR.
Mr. Ayres 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. Ayres guarantees every horse
he puts out. He is one of the old
est and most reliable importers
and breeders in the state of Iowa.
Mr. 0. C. Ratliff , 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 northwest of
Purdura on what is km\wn as
British Valley. He has some of
these fine horses there for sale on
reasonable terms and prices.
Our prices run from § 600 to
§ 1000. ' Will give one or two
years time ; will also take yearling
s eers O"hjiffrc. .
Kefer to : Thedford Bank , Thed-
ford , Nebraska ; First National
Shenaudoah , lowai
At every turn and corner if you buy your
clothes here , we make it a point to buy a
large portion of our stock so that there's
only one or two suits of each pattern , ( black
and blues exempted ) . Seeing your style on
every Tom , Dick and Harry is not pleas
ant to say the least. Practically every
garment in our store is made special for
us costs us nothing extra on the class of
goods we buy for you. They are not made
by the mile on automatic machines. Each
garment has individual attention it's
Friend Made for us and for you.
FINE FRIEND MADE
SUITS fp OVERCOATS
$10.00 AND UP TO $35.00.
-OLftrteral ns n Stnte Baiik Chartered ns n National Bank
June J , 1884. August 12,1WJ.
The FIRST NATIONAL BANK
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( Successor to Bank of valentine. ' )
Valentine , - Nebraska.
SURPLUS CAPITAL - - $25,000 25.000 A General Banking" , Exchange
Uudividcd Profits 4,000 and Collection Business : : : :
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0. H. COBNKLL , President. M. V. NICHOLSON , Cashier.
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J. T. May , Vice President. Miss GI.KX HOKNIG , Ass't Cashier.
AT REASONABLE PRICES
When in need of anything
GIVE US A TRIAL
MAX E. VIERTEL
= DRS. DALLAL & BARAKAT : , =
GENERAL PRACTICE and SURGERY
EYES TESTED and GLASSES FITTED SCIENTIFICALLY.
We compound and dispense our own m.edicines. Office on 2nd-floor ot
T. C. Hornby's. Phone 101. Valentine , Nebraska
GRANT BOYER ,
CARPENTER & BUILDER ,
All kinds of wood work done to order. ' Stock tanks made in all sizes
Residence and shop one block south of passenger depot"
Valentine , PHONE 72 Nebraska
References : My Many Customers. - *
B9U& R IffflnP
r 4&ij IaM&iSi M
Stetter & Tobien , Props.
All Kinds of Fresh
and Fait Meats. . . .
Will buy your Cattle , Hogs ,
Poultry , Horses , Mules and
anything you have to sell.
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