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About Valentine Democrat. (Valentine, Neb.) 1900-1930 | View Entire Issue (May 16, 1912)
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from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar
MO ALUIVJ , NO LOME PHOSPHATE
BULLS FOR SALE
Rpjjistored Hpreford Bulls for
sale at all times of the $ ear.
SUNNY SLOPE STOCK RANCH
Simeon - Nebraska
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W. fi. Stration
FLOUB & FEED
cor. Hall & Cath. Valentine , Nebr.
F. M. Walcott Oliver M. VValcott
WaZcott & Waicott
Pnictico bi'KJiv TT. S. Land Olllco nn l jill
Ft'dentl niul Hlnte courts.
Valentine - - Nebraska
Office front room , second story ,
ever T. C. Hornby's store , Main
Dr. M. F. Meer ,
Rooms over Red Front store
Valentine - Nebr ,
Dr. D. W. Sumner
Phone No. 178.
Valentine Lodge No. 70 ,
A. O. U. W.
Meets 1st and 3rd Monday in each
month at Frateinal Hull. All
Brethern are cordially invited to be
present- ] ALBERT F. WEED , il. W.
JAMES 0. QUIGLEY , Recorder.
TALK \viih 3rour Ioc.il
dealer may rcn ycur
eyes to gasoline cnrrine
'possibilities 3ou ncvrr ; " , M-I t
* of. For your o\vn : - \ ' ; , . . . ion
drop in tir.d see h'1 . t1 ± n.t
time 3rou are in tit -
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it ovrr v - \ \
tell \ , . . : ' -tn
enr'.r : ' s an '
' "he'll sho\v you how C' . .
afford to run jrour term V
longer v/ithvi ut one.
G asc & . - ,
are amcn th ? bc3t labor-savers | \
and mon . 'Y-makers ri far .er can .
buy. The local dcaLr will tell
you why and give 3-011 facts and
figures to prove it. lie \vi ! tell
3rou just \vhat an IH C engine
will do for you and why it is ,
the best engine for 3'ou to buy. !
Learn from him what it means
to have a thoroughly tester !
IH C engine and take one home
with you. Made in sizes 1 to
International taster Csis/ ? : America
( lucurpuraicdj ! a
Chicago U S A
I H C Service Bureau
The purpose of this Burc-u is to furnish. . ;
free of charge to nil. ths best information '
obtainable on bettor farming. If you have !
any v/ortl v questions conc'r'i.itr : soils ,
crops , hintdnun.u'o. . irrscatujn. ferrilizcr. ' .
etc. . make your inquiries sneciiic and send j
them to I H C Service Bureau , Harvester
Buiidini , ' , Cluc-co. L S A
Henry Auguston is up from
Special muslin wear sale at the
Keel Front , beginning Saturday ,
May 25. 19
rJVo spools Merrick's , Kerr's
or Fieltls' thread for 5c at the Red
Front until all sold. 19
Karl Lurz & Son are going to
have a sale May 29. See their ad
vertisement in this paper. *
\V. H. Hartley of Cody , Wyo. ,
was in the city Tuesday settling
up the J. H. Miller estate.
Anyone wishing to donate flowers
for Decoration tlav will kindly leave
them at Wins .Doiiolier's the day be
Dr. M. F. Meer has decided to
visit Wood Lake the first Monday
and Tuesday of each month to do
dental work. 19tf
Charley Pollard , foreman of
the Chadron Journal , was m our
city Saturday and Sunday visiting
his mother and his many friends.
Ten inches of snow in Colorado
and four inches at Sheridan ,
Wyo. , Monday , while at Valentine
the weather got cool but no frost.
W. E. Boyd , W. II. Hortpn ,
H. D. Lewis and F. J. Rhodes of
Springview were in our city on
business last Thursday and Fri
Albert Fuirciiild is back from
the lakes. He bought a team of
mules of Nels Rowley and is now
breaking prairie for I. M. Rice ,
northeast of Valentine.
Kels Rowley and wife came to
town last week and Mrs. Rowley
went up' to Chadron to visit a
couple of days and returned , go
ing back the ranch Saturday.
Notice the big sale of horses and
mules in the paper this week of
Xels Rowley and J. C. Measure.
It's a big sale and there will be a
lot of prople in town on Saturday ,
All members of the G. A. R. ar
requested to meet at Bethel hall
not later than 30:30 : a. m. , May 26 ,
and march from there to the M. E.
church to listen to the memorial
Henry Auguston has again tak-
en charge of his blacksmith shop
at Brownlee and ttill be pleased to .
have his old and new customers
to comp and see him All w.ork
promptly done. 19-3 pd
The G A R. will meet , at Bethel
hall at 1 p. m , Mav 30 , and march !
from there to the M , E church and | !
join ihe ladies club in the exercises '
of ihe day , after wliich we will go
to jMt. Hope cemetery and decorate | m
the graves of our deceased com-
Dr. Alfi-pri Lewis of Valentine ,
.man nf Oiadrnn , was in HIM citv i
Sunday Ho is thp owner of' } ' .
Ch'sdrv-n ' ro.'il ostatp , owning the i
liiiiMing now oc upipd by the , ,
Lowery Shop Store. Chadron
Thp Chsisp-Listpr Company is :
coming back with a couple of new [ et
plays. They have delighted Valsc
entine audiences in the past and tj.
jthis time they will find as hearty sj
welcome as before.
Buy your tickets parly j
and SPP a good play two nights *
Monday and Tuesday nights next
wopk Clint and Bessie Robbins
are a whole show , but there are
pnongh orhor fpatnrps to makpont
seed evening's entertainment ,
Mr. Chasp also is popular : i ; a
roanngpr and has many friends
the line. $
Win Three Out of Four.
The Valentine hiyh school base >
ball team lelt May 8 , for their trip
down the road , playing ball at
Ainsworth Wednesday afternoon ,
winning the game 16 to 7 , and in
the pvenintr presenting.their play
at , .he auditorium to a good crowd.
Leaving Ainsworth Thursday
morning they played at Atkinson
that afternoon , winning the game
12 to H , again presenting their
play at the opera house where it
was well received by a fair sized
Frida * it rained all day so the
team had a chance to rest , leaving
for O'Neill Saturday morning and
playing ball there that afternoon ,
winning 5 to i. Plaving again on
the : 12th with O'Neill they lost 7
tcw o , it being a fine game and was
watched by a large crowd. The
boys ( arrived home Monday morn
Having had a successful trip
every way , winning three out of
four games , and also making over
§ 100 on the trip , thereby making
all the expenses , they r.r-
rived home with as much money
as they had when they left.
Notice to Owners of Town
Persons who have town cows
will please keep them in the
yard until herder calls for them.
I will not be responsible for
cows turned out before herder
calls fop them nor those turned
out after the herd leaves town.
IS ROBT. WILLIAMS , Herder.
C. S. and J. C. Recce were in
town last Saturday.
G. P. Ziemer and wife of O'Neill
put in a number of coal oil burn-
ers | ia cook stoves this week.
A. Bostrom , state veternarian. .
is . in town today investigating
glanders. He condemned two
horses j for 1) . A. Melton. Some
other cases are reported. Sixteen
head were killed for Overmans i
and one for Fred Green last , week
by Assistant Vet. Chas. McKim. ,
G. M. Barnes , the eyesight
specialist of Omaha , will be at the
Donoher hotel Tuesday , May 28.
Remember the date , and that reg
ular trips are made over this road
about every 30 to 60 days. No
charge for examinatien. Byes
fitted for § 2 50 , § 5 00 and up. 19-2 ,
Dan Barnes was in town TUPS-
day and says Wm Harnan is be
ing talked of generally over his
part of the country for represen
tative. Dan has 'another bulldog
that he is taking home , and At-
torney Ruby and I will have to
get an introduction before we go
on his place. The old mottled
bulldog is dead.
A. W. Peterson's daughter ,
Zella , was taken seriously ill Mon
day morning at the home of Mrs.
Wilber , where she is staying , and
her mother was sent for and ar
rived Wednesday morning from
Tripp county , where the family
had J moved onto a farm this spring ,
leaving their daughter on the place '
near Arabia E W. Johnson was
in town yesterday and said she
was some better.
Rernnant sale at the Red Front.
Barn for sale , 18x28 ft , big
ha.\ loll For particulars sre
Father Biaere. 9
Buttons made to order , to
match your gown. 18 styles , all
at tli Red Front , 48
If in nepd of wind mills or wa-
tpr tank < call on EBreuk lander
No'sp K-.TNir rivifle. 42-tf
If. N onmt to yet married ,
thai- ' . \ our business ; but if you
wan' any Macksmithing done ,
that's MY business. W. H. Mor-
. , general blacksmithing , Nenzel ,
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 IS styles including the
new ( oblong shape made to or
der. ( 48
; 01d Grow , All Leading
Hermitage ] Brands
' and ] * ! ' * * sft$2 ' : fyzfy ; > . < w& Bottled
i Guchen- Under the
| heimer .Supervision
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Whiskeys. f'w't ' 5 i ' * * * 1 U. S. GOY.
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plso handle Pabst and Krug Beer
GEO. N. HERSHEY , Propr.
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Cbpyrichl IDO" ) , by C E Ziir.menun Co. Ko. C9N
IN" order to furnish
proper banking protection ,
President Lincoln and his
first congress established
the National Bank which
operates under government
From time to time addi
tional laws have been
passed under the different
presidents > shown above
strengthening the protection
tion a National Bank af
Thus the confidence and
security that comes with
the possession of money
in the bank is greatly en
hanced when it is in a Na
tional Bank , for here it
sible for human ingenuity
In selecting a bank in which
to deposit your savings or
surplus funds the one thing
to be considered is safety
and we ask for your busi
ness only on the basis of ab-
jsolute safety. Call at our
bank and let us explain to
you how safe your money
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Valentine , Nebraska
"VTe are ettin
many orders for
people who have
been sending away
for goods , because f
of our low prices. [
We can Sell yon Po = |
tatoes for $1.25 per bu.
Davis & Mohana
For rheumatism you will find nothing A
better than _ Chamberlain' . ? .Liniment.
it and see how quickly it gives re-
For sate b all geaferi . . . .lA.- >
IS THE TME ! TO BUY A
Spread the Manure between now and the .first of : June and you will' '
see its value in bigger crops next fall.
The SUCCESS SPREADER makes manure cover three times as
much land as hand spreading-therefore , makes the
Manure three times as valuable.
IT MAKES POOR LAND RICHER AXD RICH LAND RICHER
IT SAVES IIALF YOUR TIME AXD LABOR , YET IT IS A
LABORER THAT WORKS WITHOUT PAY - -
CAN YOU AFFORD TO BE WITHOUT ONE ?
NO FRICTION NO WEAR
NO BREAKAGE NO HORSE KILLING DRAFT
All overcome by the latest and greatest improvement ,
ROLLER BEARINGS in every wheel , cylinder and
important part , it is the seven sets of Roller Bearings
that makes the Success pull a horse lighter than any
Call and see the Success Spreader and talk
over a Spreader deal with us
A. E. Morris.V. . W. Morrissscy. Dr. 0. W. Xoyes
The plac2 for men who want the best
The place where good fellowship exists and men
of fine judgment gather , We command
ness by deserving it.
Walther F. A. Meliendorff , Prop.
JHTH - - Tiiafs
$5Q. ° ° a Week , almost S10. ° ° a Day
Selling Victor Safes ami fire-proof boxes
to merchants , doctors , lawyers , dentists and
well-to-do farmers , all of whom realize the need
of a safe , but do not know how easy it is to own
one. Salesmen declare our proposition one of
the be.st , clean-cut money-making opportuni
ties ever received. Without previous erperi-
ence YOU can duplicate the success of others.
Our handsomely illustrated 2cu-page catalog
will enable you to present the subject to cus-
toraers in as intere.-ting a manner as though
you were piloting them through our factory. Men appointpd as
ba'esmen ' receive advice and instructions for selling safes , giiing
convincing talking points which it is imposoible for a. prospective customer to deny. Why
don't YOU be the lirst to apply from jour vicinity before someone else gets : the territory ?
We can favor only one salesman out of each locality.
The 25th anniversary of onr
company -was celebrated by
erecting the most modern safe
factory in thrworld. . Wlde-
aweke men who received our
special selling inducement ,
rendered ituecessary todoubte
our output. We are epenain
many tnousands of dollars en
larging our sales organization ,
but to learn all particulars , it
will cost you only the price of
a postal card.
Ask for Catalogue 16 T.
SAFE & LOCK CO ,
New Homo. Capacity 20,000 Safes Annually. CINCINNATI , OHIO
U. S. Weather Bureau Report
WEEK EXDING MAY 1C , 191i' .
Mily mean temperature M = .
Normal temperature 5 ; = .
fighcst temperature * : * - . i
owest temperature 3s0.
lange of temperature i3.
'recipitation for week 1.07 of an inch ,
iverage for 23 years 0.70 of an inch.
'recipitation March--Isl to date c. ij inches. -
iverage for iS years . ' ! : > / inhes.
JOHN J. MCLEAN Observer.
Subscribe for The Pemocrat ,
n' ? be surprised if you have an at-
taek tff Theuinatisui this spring. Just
rub the affected parts freely -with Cham
berlain's Liniment and. it will soon dis
appear. Sold Uy ail dealers.
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