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, * ' ' , . " * " * " > * \ * ! ' < a T * * * v-r - * Volume 26 , No. 30 VALENTINE , NEBR. , THURSDAY , AUGUST 3 , 1911. § 1.50 per year Trunks and Soft 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 § 3.00 to .50. Suit cases from $1.50 to $12.50. This is the time of the year , when your wife does not like to stand over a hot stove frying i meats , and would rather that you would I buy for her : IOC One-half pound Pink Salmon One-half pound Red Salmon Steak . . . . 15c One pound choice Red Alaska Salmon , tall One pound , Forest City Special , taSI , red One pound Columbia River Salmon steak , flat Special One pound , flat Forest City ! 5c 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. R Grocery Department Phone 5. SHEET Yes , we've got it , if not we'll get it Orders taken for all music , Big Reductions on Mofey Summer Millinery . Bakery Goods , Confectionery Ice Cream and Soda Water Cigars and Tobacco Lunches and Meals akerv. + / TELEPHONE NO. 7 KKfl/K ! - Services in1 St. John's church Sunday August 6 , Transfigura tion , as follows : Holy Eucharist , with appropriate address at eleven a. m. , preceeded by Sunday school , at ten ; Evensong with sermon at eight p. m. Choir rehearsal at eight o'clock on Saturday evening , August 5. Dr. Eva Woods who has been attending institute has returned to her homestead near Lake. A new curb has been placed in front of the Haley , Northrop , Brownell , and Sparks residences. Next year will see the space be tween the walk and curb line green with new grass and trees. Valentine. AY. II. Kennedy of Kennedy was in town Friday. Neva Barker returned to Valenj tine Sunday evening from Verdel ? Nebr. , where she had been visit- ; ing. John Daniels and Heary GlapR were in from their ranches last week , and each took home a newj hay stacker. 1 0 Those who are to act as judges' and clerk ? at the coming election were notified of their appointment this week by County Clerk Cum- bow. Miss Florence Hanna of Wood' Lake and her friend Miss Bui- lard , were guests of' Miss Gert rude Quigley several days last -J week. Mr. and.Mrs. Edward Ormsher were in from their place south of town last -Saturday. Mrs. Orm sher made this office a pleasant call. f 4 Claude B-alya , Misses Maude' and Gladys Italy a , and Miss Krute of Lincoln , returned to the ranch Saturday. They had been spend ing a few days with friends in town. Mrs. G. M. Gaskill and daugh ters Ruth and Lucile , returned home Sunday night. They had been visiting the past two months in Omaha , Lincoln , and Nebraska City. Mrs- Logan Barker and two children came up from Tekaraah , Wednesday evening to visit with , her mother and sister , Mrs. W. D. Hilsinger and Mrs. G. A. Cha-pr1 * man. man.Alex Alex Bordeaux , Jr. and Miss Mary Jordan , daughter of Col. C. P. Jordan of Rosebud were united in marriage Saturday afternoon , June 29 , County Judge Quigley officiating. Wm. A. Gilmour went down to Ewing , Saturday to see his mother who had been visiting there. He accompanied her as far as Tilden , where another son met them , the latter going to. Lincoln with her. Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Lockwood and children and Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Scovel returned last week from an outing in Hot Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Scovel are on their an nual vacation and will not return to Rosebud for some time. Miss Bertha Gordon has gone to Vermont to spend her vacation. Before returning to Valentine she will visit Miss Minnie Wade in Indiana. Miss Van Driel will spend some time at her home in Malmo , and Miss Carroll is visit ing her 'parents at Creighton. The premium list for the Fra ternal Picnic is being distributed. The committee in charge offers prizes on almost everything grown on the farm. In the ladies' de partment prizes are offered on em broidery , drawn , crochet and knit- ing work , plain sewing , and the neatest dressed doll. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Hornby and daughter Helen went to Lin coln Monday evening. They will camp at Epworth Park during the assembly , and then make arrange ments for a home either in Lincoln or University Place. Mr. Horn by will return in about two weeks to look after his business interests. Walter R. Paige of Rolf and Miss Vera Kirne of Badger Lake were married by County Judge Quigley Saturday , June 29. Mrs. Paige is a daughter of Charles Kime , and Js well known and re spected. Mr. Paige was raised in Valentine and is a young man of sterling qualities. The Democrat joins with their many friends in wishing them long life and pros perity. Obituary. Funeral services were conduct ed over the remains of Captain David Orr , on Saturday afternoon July 29th. at Cody. Nebraska , by Rev. W. W. Wells , rector of St. John's church , Valentine , Nebras ka. 4 Mr. Orr was a native of Holly wood , Belfast , Ireland , born Aug ust 20 , 1811. He died in Cody , July , 28 , 1911 , of kidney and liver ' ' trouble , after three years of pa.- tient suffering. On August 2 , 1S69 , he was unit ed in marriage to Eleanor Hough , in Liverpool , England. As a re sult of this union were born five ' children , four of whom , with the widow , survive him. Joseph James , who died in infancy , aged 2 years and 3 months , Mrs. John Shangrau , Wm. E. Orr and Mrs. A. R. Bowman , who reside in Cody , Neb. , and Mrs. James Mel- drum whose home is in Liverpool , England. Mr. Orr was a "Master Mari ner" or sea captain , having sailed the sea for forty years. He set tled in Nebraska , July 5 , 1899 , where he spent the rest of his life. The following verses were com posed by him in solitude and are published to his memory : "I have suil'dthis old world So many times around , From Orpt1 Horn right up to Alaska ; So now I'm resolved No more I shall roam. And I'm .settled right here In Xubra.sk : : . "I've been here seven j'ears Of my life , It appears. And this you can .say , If they ask you , That I've made up my mind To stay be von more In the band hills of sunny Nebraska. "At the close of my day , "When. I'm hoary and gray , "With a dogle or two in the pasture , I'm fully content At the close of events To rest my old bones in Nebraska. ' ' The Apiary show at the State Fair September 4th to 8th prom ises to be another improvement over that of the last. From the interest taken in " "Bee" legislation during the past .winter , there are numbers of people who are firm believers in the efficacy of bees on the farm as an assistant in prop- rly pollenizintr the growing crops. Frank Odell the "Bee Wizzard" will ayfain be secured to do his "stunts" such as entering a cage filled with live bees , taking them in his hat , hair and whiskers , put ting them into his pockets or the inside of his shirt , and all the time be giving a good practical horse sense lecture on the value of bees to the farmer. Do not fail to hear him. The Phelps Photo Studio is open the first Wednesday and Thursday of each month. 16tf 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 to40t head of horses ; from 1 to T 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 plumbing or heat ing call H. I. Weinzimmer. 20 The Crystal refrigerator , all steel , can never wear out. Buy them at Fischer's Hardware. 27 St. Nicholas' Church. * Services will be held in the Catholic church as follows : In Valentine on Sunday August 6. 1st Mass at S a. m. . 2nd Mass at 10 a. ra. Benediction of the Bless ed Sacrament after Mass. In struction for the children at 3 p. m. In Arabia on Tuesday , August 15 , Assumption of the B. V. M. LEO M. BLAERE , Rector. is not what some people imagine it to he. There is only one kind of clothing value actual worth. When you read a ( Bargain Sale ? ) notice of 850 value for $7.69. your good sense tells you it is not worth § 50.00 = but most likely it is a 87.50 value. Every garment we offer is worth the price we get for it. A 815.00 suit will be worth 815.00 in actual wearing value to you. At the price you pay us , we are absolutely certain that it is the most style , quality and workmanship to be had for that inon ; ey-no matter if it is 815.00 or 835.00. Our policy is : "The utmost value at the price/ ' Clothes of Quality For All Mankind r Phone 145. . q * 2. 3 1 McQEER & CARROLL , Proprs. Fine Wines , Liquors and Cigars Bourbon Whiskies : Rye Whiskies : Old Crow , Sherwood , Hermitage , Guchenhcimer , K Cedar Brook , Sunny Brook , Spring Hill , and 29 year/old and Jas , E , Pepper , O. F , C. Taylor , I 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 , Valentine Nebraska AT REASi IE FBIC r When in need of anything GIVE US A TRIALs X E t W R M I MM E L DEALER IN EVERYTHING Crookston - Nebraska Stetter & Tobien , Props. DEALERS IN Ml Kinds of Fresh H and Fait Meats. . . . Will buy your Cattle , Hogs , Poultry , Horses , Mules and anything you have to sell.