Valentine Democrat. (Valentine, Neb.) 1900-1930, July 27, 1911, Image 1
ffl torJcaJ Society T Volume 26 , LTo. 29 VALENTINE , NEBE. , THURSDAY , JULY 27 , 1911. per year Trunks-and Suit Cases , A good trunk and suit case is a necessity to everyone. They are accessories that are needed at all times and in all seasons. - For this reason it is well to select when buying a trunk or suit case , something that is good and will last and keep its appearance. We have this very thing in stock. When selecting your trunk or suit case come in and look our line over. Trunks ranging in price from $ B.OO to $32.50. Suit cases from $1.50 to § 12.50. KSXSXSXSXSXSXSXSXSXSXSXSffil This is the time of the year , when your wife does not like to stand over a hot stove frying meats , and would rather that you would buy for her : One-half pound Pink Salmon One-half pound Red Salmon Steak " One pound choice Red Alaska " - : ' - < 1C Salmon , tail - > One pound , Forest City ic Special , tail , red .One pound Columbia River Salmon steak , flat One pound Forest City Special , flat Also a full line of Sardines , Potted Meats , Chipped Beef , Roast Beef , Corned Beef and Baked Beans. Fresh vegetables are scarce , \ we have a full line in cans. Grocery Department Phone 5. SHEET MUSIC -'v : Yes.wey.e , ; got it , if not we'll ' get ii Orderfetaken for all music , Big Reductions on 'Summer Millinery 1 Are You Hu 9 K I @et anything on earth that's good to eat at i Horn * / TELEPHONE NO. 7 The Navy Department has se cured , pace in Mercantile Hall foAheir' exhibit at the coming State Fair , Sept. , 4th to Sth. In this" ' exhibit will be six . model i * i * i battle ships , each § feet in length , § wjrelpss "telegraph outfit com = plete , gun carriages and equipment mess . outfit , and in fact everything j * * * i to interest the bby whd has aspira- j tions and ambitions to at some time be of service to his country , should occasion require. The small naval exhib.jV pfj j st ypa.r created such. a.s interest th.a.fc the ofljcers in charge saicj that Neb raska's Fair was one of the best places in the country at which to make an exhibit" . Valentine. Max Viertel was down from Crookston last Saturday. Sara Hudson was in from Sim eon Tuesday. Frank Fischer Jr. made a bus iness trip to Cody , Sunday night. Gene Hutchinson of Norden was attending to business here on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Grace went to Long Pine Sunday and spent the day with Bert Grace and fam ily. Judge Quigley issued a marriage license Monday to Byron T. Mc- Neill and Mrs. Nellie Colgan , both of Nenzel. II. L. Kuhn assistant cashier of the First National Bank , returned Sunday from a two weeks visit in Omaha and Villisca , Iowa. The Episcopal choir went to Crookston Monday night. , to take part in the services conducted by Bishop Beecher and Rev. W. W. Wells. Charles 0. Schaad and Clara Kesselhuth residing near Elsmere were married by County Judge Quigley in his office Monday morning. Mrs. Keller , who is spending the summer with her daughter Mrs. L. 11. Sheldon has been quite sick for some time , arid is now under the doctor's care , though able to be up most of the time. Monday and Tuesday were gala days for fisherman at the pond. Hundreds of croppies were pulled out Monday afternoons and their appetite for live minnows had not diminished Tuesday morning. The committee in charge of the raising of funds for the Omaha Land Show got busy Tuesday morning and by 10 o'clock § 100.00 had been subscribed. It will take about § 300 to make a display worthy of Cherry county. Mrs. F. M. "Walcott went to Norfolk Saturday night to meet her sister , Miss Celina Noble who had been visiting friends in Plain- view. They came home Monday night. While in Norfolk Mrs. Walcott called on Mr. and Mrs. Pettibone , who formerly resided here. Mr. Pettibone is still with Fleming's Pharmacy. Between Friday evening and Sunday some unknown person or persons cut the water hose on the school house lawn. The trustees of the school district will give 850 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the one responsible and have given no tice that trespassers on the school grounds will be punished accord ing to law. A contract was signed up last Saturday for the Walter Savidge Carnival Company to be here for the Fraternal Picnic , Farmers' Institute and Corn Show. This amusement company has been in Valentine before and bears a rep utation for clean shows and square dealing. Mr. Savidge has donated the use of his large theatre tent in the afternoon and it will be used for speaking purposes. The J. S. Worley C > mpany , en gineers have secured a contract with Norfolk to draw plans for their municipal lighting plant. This is the same company that now has our light plant in hand. Pal mer & Company drew plans for Norfolk in the first place bufe upon investigation bjf members of the Norfojk cjty council it was decid ed np.t to. risk using them as they coqld not sepure satisfacto.ry rec * Qmmenda.tionsi.This is the same qonqpany that drew plans for the city dam here , and which went out j before being accepted by the to.wn board , - - * Fred Cumbow went out to his home at Bed Deer Monday. Wm. Steadman of Kennedy and Tom. Huston of Chesterfield were in from their respective places Monday. Frost is reported between Ken nedy and Chesterfield , Tuesday night. It was noticeable at Joe Jannett's ranch. Miss Bessie Gaskill came in from her home Sunday evening and has been in attendance at the institute this week. Attorney Kelly of Independ ence , Mo. , was here on Tuesday. Mr. Kelly is one of the attorneys for Harry Heath , George and Alma Weed , and Kenneth Mur- phy. phy.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tyrrell of Lincoln are spending some time at their ranch south of town. Mr. Tyrrell was formerly county at- topne.v of Lancaster county , and is" now associated with A. M. Morrissey - rissey in the law practice.in the capital city. They will return to Lincoln in about ten days. Indians Will be Here Sept. 6-9. Through the courtesy of Major Woods , Indian agent at Rosebud , the Sioux Indians will be allowed to take part in the big doings bere Sept. 6-0. Mr. Woods met with the committee in charge of the Fraternal Picnic , Tuesday night and assured them that the Indians would be given permission to come , and also promised to get High Pipe and others who have reputation as the best dancers , to be here. # - Each year has found some new improvement on the State Fair Grounds and when the next fair dates , September 4th to Sth rolls around , the visitor will behold a new Grand Stand with steel sup ported roof covering the entire structure , which covers a space 80x20 feet. This new Stand is built on the old site but a little further back from the track , and contains 6400 comfortable seats , the upper row of which is 40 feet from the ground. An earthen dyke over one half mile in length and averaging about six feet in height has been constructed around the west of the grounds to prevent flood water from Salt and Antelope creeks from coming on the grounds. Some of the other im provements are a cement floor in the Auto building and the instal lation of turnstiles opened by coins. Be sure and read the large ad of A. John & Co. in this issue. The Phelps Photo Studio is open the first Wednesday and Thursday of each month. 16tf Millet seed for sale at Checker Front Feed barn. Frank Ash- burn , Prop. 23-3 Furnished rooms to rent by day or week. Hot and cold water baths included. Valentine House , John D. Eaton , Propr. 32tf For Sale : From 1 to 40 head of borses ; from 1 to 1 of land , close to town. Residence and lot. H. H. Wakefield , Crookston , Nebraska. 13 The Phelps Photo Studio is open the first Wednesday and Thursday in each month. 16tf Ice cream and soft drinks at Spain's. For sanitary nlvsrablag or - heating ing call H. I. Weinzimraer. 20 The Crystal refrigerator , all steel , can never wear out. 3.7 them at Fischer's Hardware. 27 The p-evaon who took a spool of light galvanized barb wire from my chicken house last week was Recognized by a neighbor. To avoid exposure they have until August 4 , to return the wire. - ' G'e'drge M : Gaskift is not what some people imagine it to be. There is only one kind of clothing value actual worth. When you read a ( Bargain Sale ? ) notice of § 50 value for S7.69 , your good sense tells you it is not worth § 50.00 most likely it is a $7.50. value. Every garment we offer is worth the price we get for it A § 15.09 suit will be worth $15.00 in actual wearing value to you. > At the price you pay us , we are absolutely certain that it is the most style , quality 1 m\ and workmanship to be had for that mon ey-no matter if it is $15.00 or § 35.00. Our policy is : "The utmost value at the price/ ' Clothes of Quality For All Mankind Phone 145. McGEER & CARROLL , Proprs. Fine Wines , Liquors and Cigars Bourbon Whiskies : Rye Whiskies : Old Crow , ' Sherwood , Hermitage , Guchenheimer , Cedar Brook , Sunny Brook , Spring Hill , and 29/yeaivold andjas , E , Pepper , O , F. C. Taylor , These whiskies were purchased in bond and came direct from the IT. S. gov ernment warehouse. They are guar anteed pure and unadulterated , tin- 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 u AT REASONABLE PRICES When in need of anything GIVE US A TRIAL A IERTEL DEALER EVERYTHING Crookston Nebraska Stctter & Tobien , Props. DEALERSItf . All Kinds of Fresh Sfi and Fait Meats. Will"buy your Cattle , Hogs , Poultry , Horses , Mules and anything yduHiave to"