Valentine Democrat. (Valentine, Neb.) 1900-1930, March 28, 1912, Image 1

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Volume 27 , No. 12 VALENTINE , NEBR. , THUESDAY , MAECH 28 , 1912. § 1.50 per year.
Are you prepared ?
If not , let us pre
pare you with the
newest things from |
our Furnishing Dej j
partment. All the
new Spring Apparel
is in.
Better come here
and be satisfied.
OME men may be
indifferent to style in
shirts , but no man can well
be indifferent to fit. A
is alwaj's as appropriate to
the wearer as it is to the
Made in every style ,
white cr color fast.
$1 50 and more.
line of and Summer Hats
New uptodate Spring
on display for your inspection.
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Red Front Hardware Co
We carry a full line of
at following prices :
25-Watt Madza Tungsten $ .50
40 " .55
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60 .75
100 " 1.10
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150 1.65
250 " u 2.30
We guarantee these lamps to be
Red Front Hardware Co.
Cottage Grove Restaurant
Edmund Qerber , Prop.
First Class Meals and Short Orders
Board by the day or week. Ticket good for twenty -
one meals $4.50. Come to the Qottage Grove Res =
taurantfor a "square meal. "
W. B. HOWE , Proprietor
Successor to John D. Eaton.
Electric Lights , Hot water Heat , Good Rooms and Bedp , whore you
can feel at home and he comfortahe while you remain.
JWcr itfvite old patrons and others to call and see
Will Haley returned to the stale
university Saturday night.
E. Breuklander returned home
Monday almost cured of rheuma
Jim Felch has got his restaur
ant in order and opened up for
business. -
Mrs. Chas. Gassan is visiting
her sister , Mrs. Mena , and other
relatives in .Omaha.
C. L. Carson and family have
moved to Kilgore. Charley runs
the livery stable there.
The Cherry county grand jury
report will be found on pages 2
and 3 of this paper. Look on the
We'll miss Ed Spencer who has
gone to Oelrichs , S , D. , where he
is section forman again. Mrs.
Spencer and the children have
gone to join him.
The Gordon team came down
last Friday night and walloped
our team on the high school ques
tion. There was a good house and
the debaters did well on both sides.
Judge Quigley returned from a
business trip into the south cen
tral part of the state last week and
while snow-bound at Hastings was
both pleased and surprised to run
across I. M. llice and Max Viertel.
The interior of the Episcopal
church is being decorated pre
paratory for Easter services. The
daily services , planned for Holy
Week will depend upon the finish
ing of this work in time for the
Don McLeod has moved his of
fice next door north the First
National bank , recently occupied
by H. I. Weinzimmer. The build
ing is repapered and laid with
linoleum , making a fine real es
tate office.
At Columbus we saw Tom Ad
ams who grew up with Lou Brow-
nell in Dowagi > c , Mich. , and was
interested in hearing from Lou
and his sister. Sorry to report
that Lou is in very poor health
just now.
Service ? will be held in the
Presbyterian church next Sunday
morning and evening , conducted
bv the Kev. D. B. Ralston of
O'Neill , who comes as a candidate
of the Valentine church. If he is
satisfied with the town and the
people and the people are satisfied
with him , it is quite likely he will
tike charge of the Presbyterian
work regularly in the near future.
A cordial invitation is extended to
everybody to attend both services.
Last week Chester Wells was
one of eight to win the honor of
being chosen the contestant after
a preliminary trial , from the jun
ior class in the coming annual
elocution contest of Creighton
College to take place in June.
List Saturday after a speech be
fore his class meeting he was elect
ed toast master for the annual
class banquet in May ; also he was
elected as one of a committee of
three to Jiave charge of the ban
quet , which is a big social event of
the college. This is the second
year he has enjoyed this honor.
As a further mark of favor he is
chairman of the senior dance com
mittee to reserve a hall and date
for the annual senior ball , the so
ciety event of the season.
Owing to the extreme high
prices asked by the -growers of
northern and eastern seed pota
toes , and the Hack of assurances
that a car load would be used.Jthe
commercial club thought best not
to buy a car this spring.
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Cattle Sell Oti About a Dime
Under Heavy Receipts.
Under Influence of Good Buying De
mand Prices Are Ten Cents Higher.
Demand for Fat Sheep and Lambs
Holds Up Well Prices Highest of
South Omaha , March 2C. Cattle-
Receipts were heavy , G.SOO head , and
with lower markets east fat cattle
prices declined fully lOc here. Best
1400-lb. beeves brought $7.55. Cows
and heifers were in keen request and
steady. Choice heifers brought $6.30 ,
and bulk of trading was at $4.30@5.70.
Veal calves were steady at $4.00@S.OO ,
and bulls , stags , etc. , weaker , at $4.25
@ 5.60. There was a broad demand
for stockers and feeders , at steady to
stronger price ? . Choice 900-11) . feeders
brought $ fi.50 and trading was largely
at $5.25 ( )0.00. )
Although hog receipts were liberal ,
17,200 head , the demand from both
packers and shippers was active and
prices ruled fully a dime higher. Tops
brought S7.40 , the highest price paid
since.last September. The bulk of the
trading was at $7.057.35 , as against
$ G.55@G.75 one week ago.
Tlie sbeep supply was only moder
ate , lO.fiflO head and prices were about
r.teady , under a very fair demand.
Lambs are quoted at $6.50@7. iO ;
yearlings , $ G.15@0.60 ; wethers , $5.GO@
6.20 , and ewes , $ -L90@5.70.
Harvey Hohhs is able to around .
again. He has recovered from , , an
attack of pneumonia.
A pleasant birthday surprise
party was enjoyed at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Eeece Saturday.
Mrs. Mai Bucy is seriously ill.
Dr. Compton was called Sunday
J. W. Daniels is husking corn.
He says this is the first time the
snow has given him an opportun
Stock is looking well despite the
worst March we can remember.
There has been no loss except young
calves. They have had a rough
vojage through March.
Mrs. Maggie Acord of Topeka ,
Kan. , arrived last week for a visit
her sisters , Mesdames Yingst and
Tetherow , and brothers , C. S. and
J. C. Eeece.
Feeding ear corn is practical
when hay is high and scarce. Cat
tle fed a few ears each day and
about one-half hay ration are hold
ing up well under this strenuous
The family of P. H. Young was
released from quarantine Monday.
All are welL The nurse departed
some time ago. We are glad to
say that the fever dealt kindly with
us more so than was feared at
Wanted to buy 1000 bushels of
potatoes. John Ormesher , Val
entine , Kebr. 10
Barn ' for sale , 18x28 ft , big
hay loft. For particulars see
Father Blaere. 9
Buttpns made to order , to
match your gown. IS styles , all
sizes , at the Red Front. 48
All the county news in THE
DEMOCRAT for § 1.00 if you pay in
advance before May 1st. Roll a
dollar this way and we'll place
your name on our books.
Button Trimming for dresses
etc. , is the latest. Save your
scraps of cloth and take them to
the Red Front where they can' '
show you 18 styles including the'
new oblong shape made to or-j
fltfc 4 $ '
We have employed Mr. S. W. Cyphers ,
A First Class Tailor ,
of 25 years' experience in tailoring
in the East , to assist us in our
Clothing Department
and "vye are now prepared
to give our customers
A Perfect Fit in Clothing
Alterations in suits or , a
tailor made suit of any style.
Cleaning and Pressing Prompt =
ly Done on Short Notice.
H. W. Hoenig , Prop.
McQEER & CARROLL , Proprs.
Fine Wines , Liquors and Cigars fj
Bourbon Whiskies : Rye Whiskies :
. . Qld Crow/ * ' " ' - - . . . 'v.v Sherwood ,
Hermitage , * * QjCkentcJmerf
Cedar Brook , Sunny Brook ,
Spring Hill , and 29 year old
< * andjas. E , Pepper , O , P. C. Taylor ,
These whiskies were purchased in bond
1 and came direct from the Lr. 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 f
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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Placing Your Money in a Bank
keeps it in circulation while you are not using it. When
you deposit your money in This Bank it can be used for
your indirect if not direct profit the upbuilding of our
town and vicinity , the community in which YOU are
particually interested. Our constantly increasing list of
depositors furnishes competent evidence , the very best of
evidence , that the relations existing between this bank and
its customers are mutually satisfactory. We shall be
pleased to add YOUR name to this growing list.
Deposits Guaranteed
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Deposits iu thlss bank arc protected by the Depositor's
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Loup Valley Hereford Ranch ,
Herd headed by S. G. Columbus 17
No. 160050 , and Climax 2 , No. 289
822 ; also , Melvin , No. 327072 , reg
Bulls far Stale at AH Times ,
"My little son had a very severe cold. .
I was recommended to try Chamberlain's _ _
Co'ngh Eemedy , and before a small bet1
j tie vras finished he was ys vrell as ever/ '
writes ilrs.H. Silks , 29 Cowling Street ,
Ai tralijj This remedy is f95 * * \