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. . - * . . tr - - , , > / gr r f'k VALENTINE DEMOCRAT. . r . . 1. M. Rice , Editor and Proprietor VALENTINE , NEBR. , THURSDAY , MAY 18 , 1911. . Volume 26 , Xo. 19 THE EEN FRONT AH kinds of Merchandise. I can afford to sell as low as anybody , I buy pro- duce. IKE vis , VALENTINE , NEBRASKA , te , ar > g > * > v - ' > Ni > ' > ? & * Eureka Saloon I & CARROLL , Proprs. Fine Wines , Liquors and Cigars ? Bourbon Whiskies : Rye Whiskies : . Old Crow , Sherwood , Hermitage , Guchenheimer , Cedar Brook , Sunny Brook , Spring Hill , and 29 yeatvold andjas. E , Pepper , O , F , C. Taylor , These whiskies were purchased in bond and came direct from the U. S. gov ernment warehouse. They are guar anteed pure and unadulterated. Un 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 , S Valentine = Nebraska Are You Hungry ? Gef anything on earth that's good/to-eat ; at | > 'r Home TELEPHONE NO. POOL AND Cigars and Soft Drinks JOHN G. STETTER PROP. gs an t BULLS FOR SALE Registered Hereford Bulls for .sale at all times of the year. SUNNY SLOPE STOCK RANCH Simeon - Nebraska JOHN F. PORATH tr liUKGE , NEB. Tubular Wells and Windmills Call me up by phone Valentine Transfer Co. KLEIN & HACKLER , Propr. We move everything on wheels. Baggage and ex press delivered immediate ly. Phone 187. After ic - * $ hours 77. j The .Chicago House V * * " JIM FELOH , Propr. Call ; on piex for rooms and 'lodging. s-7. * * 5 U. S. Weather Bureau Report WEEK ENDING MAY 18,1911. Daily mean temperature 08 ° . Normal temperature 57 ° Highe.st temperature 1 ° . Lowest temperature 41s" . Range of temperature 50 = . Precipitation for week 00.00 of an inch. Average for 23 years 0.72 ot"an Inch. * Precipitation March 1st to date 3.29 inches. Average for 2 ; > years 2.27 of an inches. JOIIN J. McLEAJf. Observer. Notice. Pearl Lydiatt having left \ior hem < and my bed and board withou cause , notice is hereby given tha I will not be responsible for anj bills contracted by her. Dated this 25th day of April 1911. 16-3 CHARLEY LYDTATT When you have stock to sell ai public auction it will pay you t ( see us before starting your sale Come and see us. 8 i GEO. LAHAM will start a shoe -repairing shop.First class work. Try mo o ca.ijd you will call again. Open June 1 , First Door South of * M'cLeod's-Auto Garage > W.A.Bo nser was in town lasl Saturday. Go to Fischer's hardware for fresh seeds. 10 Hugo Stevens of Merriman was a Valentine visitor last Saturday. Mrs Mary Carter was down from Cody last Saturday on bus > ness. ness.The The Phelps Photo Studio is open the firs Wednesday and Thursday of each month. - 16tf The high. school went dovvn to kParry'Falls yesterday and spent the day picnicking. Typewriter and case , Reming ton No. 6 , perfect repair , § 45.00. MRS. JOHN J. MCLEAN. . Louis Hoenig went down to Omaha Sunday to enter a hospital for medical treatment. Steve Amiotte and Charley ' Howe of Cody were in town Tues day and called at our office for a visit. Mrs. Fred Busse departed last week for hpr home in Fond du Lac , Wis. , to visit her relatives a couple of months. Fred BusSe went up to "Merri man and Saturday and Monday conducted a special sale in one of the stores at that place. Mrs. L C. Sparks returned last Thursday from a six weeks' vjsit in Indiana and Michigan with rela tive ? . Her aunt , whom she es pecially wept to see , recovered. George W. Kellar of Cascade was in Valentine yesterday on business and we enju.ved a pleas ant visit with him at our office. He's a pleasant man to meet and he doesn't come often.- Fred Vincent and wife came up last week from Dwight to visit Gust Carlson's family. Fred went back Sunday night leaving Emma and their two boys to visit awhile with grandpa and grandma. C. V. Lindstedt and Robert McLaMyra called on us Tuesday. The former lives at Havelock , the latter near Banner and he was in town closirfg a deal for a quarter of land from James Carrico to his son. Wash Honey was. up from Wood Lake Tue.sdav and is look ing pretty well. He came in to visit for awhile and watched a few interesting games of checkers between Col. Harrison and I. M. Rice. \ The. Eastern" Merc. Co , John M. Day , proprietor , conducted auctions of their stock last Satur day and at other times sold at private sale and disposed of several hundred dollars worth of stuck the past week. t Jim Kreycik came hbme from the Lincoln Business College last Tuesday where he has been at tending the past seven months and completed the course. He is going out to his father's ranch to make hay during the summer near Arabia. Frank Brayton came home from Hot Springs last Saturday morn ing. He , had been there four wee.ks trying to leave his rheu matism but it wouldn't let loose. He's sorre better but still limps around like He had birds eggs iu his shoes and afraid to mash them. Thinks he'll go b ck to 'Hot Springs in a few days or back east for treatment. Harry and Miss Blanche Spring er of Eli came down to Valentine Tuesday and Miss Springer is spending the week visiting numer ous friends in town. She appears to be fully recovered from her recent illness. Harry tells us that his father , Leroy Springe.r , is flat on his back with inflaraatory rheu matism the past two weeks. 6Canae Jtfm suddenly-and is first at- Orin Grooms was in town last Saturday. Rubber garden hose at lowest prices. Fischer's Hardware. 16 Ed Vollentine and Jim Fuller and another man whose name we didn't learn were down from La- vaca Monday. J. E. Phelps came in last Thurs day to get out sale bills for his big sale on Tuesday , June 6th. He has sold his ranch to M. P. Jordan and is going to move away but hasn't yet decided where he will go , but he will treat his friends to a big free lunch at noon on the day of his sale. See his big sale bills and advertisement in this paper. Robert I. Hines and his father- in-law , George W. Dart , were in town yesterday on business. Mr. Hines now lives on the William Carter homestead li miles east of Lake postoffice. He bought 600 acres of the Gunderson ranch. Mr. Dart is filing on a homestead joining him and they will have their dwellings in the same yard. Mr. Dart is from Washington , Kansas. . McCloy's three children took scarlet fever week ago Sun day and grew worse until Satur day when the little boy James died. Elizabeth died Saturday night and both ware buried Sun day. The other little girl is ser iously ill yet , but is reported re covering. They moved recently to the Presbyterian manse where the Bettenga children died last winter and it is thought the chil dren came into contact with germs left by lack of sufficient fumigation at the barn or closet. The notice of the annual alumni business meeting reached us too late for publication last week , but we are able this week lo give a report of the meeting. Those ( present were , . Alfa Dunham , ' 07 : ' Hazel Graham , 3f6 ; Lee Stillwell , ' 10 ; Wra. B. Haley , ' 06 ; John W. Harvey , ? 06 ; Charles Helzer , ' 08- 09 ; Geo. E. Hornby , ' 07. The officers elected for the coming year are Hazel Graham , president ; Lee Stillwell , vice president ; Geo. H. Hornby , secretary , John Harvey , treasurer. The official year com mences after the 1911 initiation , which will occur Saturday , May 27 , at 8 p. m. It was voted that the retiring president , Ceorge E. Hornby , appoint four members , himself to be the fifth member and chairman of a committee of the whole , which will meet at the home of Wm. Haley , Saturday evening , May 20. They are Geo. E. Horn by , chairman , Hazel Graham , Wm. B. Haley , Charles Helzer and Alfa Dunham. A plan for is suing an annual bulletin to contain the names and addresses of the members and other information and communications from mem bers and teachers , etc. , was dis cussed and recommended to be acted upon by the committee , pro vided a sufficient fund for that purpose is forthcoming from the membership dues. All material for the bulletin , also changes of name or address , should be sent to the secretary by July 1 , 1911. Choice timothy , clover , bromus and alfalfa seed at Fischer's Hard ware. 16 The Phelps Photo Studio is open the first Wednesday and Thursday in each month. 16tf For sanitary plumbing or heat ing call H. I. Weinzimmer , the only licensed plumber in town. 49 For Sale Refrigerator , good a ! new. Inquire of the baker at the Home Bakery. 19tf 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 headof horses ; from 1 to f of land , close to town. Residence and lot. H. ' H. Wakefield , Crookston , Nebraska. 13 For Sale Five registered Dur ham bulls. Can be seen at my place on Goose Creek. R. W. CARTER , 19 Brownlee , Neb. To Rent : Two 4-room houses. One has good cellar and water in house. Both close in on Gather- , ine street , less than a block from Main street ; 16" The Phelps Photo Studio is-opeTff the first Wednesday and Thursday in each mbfcttf. ' X&'f pnng ing The new Spring Line of Clothing is here and open for your inspection in all- Lines for Men jand Boys. Prices from $1.75 to $30. Eemember you promised yourself a new outfit for Easter. Why not look over the new stock while it is still complete ? You ought to see our new Spring Hats , Shoes and Oxfords. Agent for Dr. Reed Cushion Soled Shoes. THE Phone 145 , Ihartcrud sis a Stnto Chartered ns u N.-itlomil Bank J until , 1881. August 12 , 11)02. ) FIRST NATIONAL BANK . ( Successor to Bank of Valentine. ) Yalenfcine , - Nebraska. iURPLUS iAPITAL - - $25.000 25.000 A General Banking V , Exchange ludivided Profits 4,000 and Collection Business : : : : . . . . . . . " . "ir. OOKNELL. President. M. V. NICHOLSON. Cashier. , . . . T. May , Vice President. Miss GLKN HOENIG , Ass't Cashier. GENERAL MERCHANDISE AT REASONABLE PRICES * * When in need of anything GIVE US A TRIAL VI AX E. VIERTEL DEALER IN EVERYTHING > ookston - Nebraska = DRS. DALLAL & BARAKAT , = GENERAL PRACTICE and SURGERY EYES TESTED and GLASSES FITTED SCIENTIFICALLY. We compound and dispense our own medicines. Office on 2nd floor ot T. C. Hornby's. Phone 161. Valentine , Nebraska GRANT BOYER , CARPENTER & BUILDER : Lll kinds of wood work done to order. Stock tanks made in all sizes Kesidence and shop one block south of passenger , depofc.- Valeritine , * HONE ? 2 Nebraska References : My Many Customers. Stetter & Tobien , Props. DEALERS IN All Kinds of Fresh | and Fait Meats. . . . , Hogs , , Poultry , Horses , Mules and aiythihg "you have to sell.