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Valentine Democrat. (Valentine, Neb.) 1900-1930, September 14, 1911, Image 1

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Volume. 26 , No. 36 VALENTINE , NEBE. , THUESDAY , SEPTEMBER 14 , 19J1. § 1.50 per year.
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. for ladies , gentlemen , boys , girls and
. children. We have them in all colors ,
styles and sizes. They are new and
novel. The prices are reasonable and
the quality excellent. Look at the display - .
play we have in the window this week or
still better come in and examine them.
If you are not a customer
oftheHed Front Mercantile -
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tile Co. , they would appre
ciate your becoming one.
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In their Grocery Depart
ment yon will find the best
grades of canned fruits ,
vegetables , smoked meats ,
lards , syrups , and break
fast foods.
Phones 5 and 75
SHECT MUSIC
Yes , we've got it , if not we'll get it ,
Orders taken for all music ,
Big Reductions on
Summer Millinery . Morey
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R Bakery Goods Confectionery
Ice Cream and Soda Water
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Correspondents from all parts of Cherry County.
There's a treat in reserve for Democrat writers.
Send for stationery. Do it now !
Address , The Democrat , Valentine , Nebraska.
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Eunice Murphy Bound Over.
The preliminary trial of Eunice
Murphy charged with inciting tie
murder of Charles Sellers on June
18 , was held before County Judge
Quigley last Saturday. Court
convened at 9:30. : Miss Murphy
when ushered into the court rocm
seemed very cool and collected.
When the charges against her
were read by County Attorney
Tucker , her answer "Not guilty"
ring out in a strong voice fiee
from nervousness or emotion.
Coroner Lewis was the first wit
ness on the stand. After answer
ing several questions he was per
mitted to read the notes he had
written on the day the body of
Sellers was taken from the tele
phone pole where it had dangled
all night and up till noon the fol
lowing day. The coroner told of
the condition of the body and the
cause of death strangulation.
Hutch Jack at whose home the
crime was committed retold how
the four men ° had taken Sellers
from his house on that night , how
he had walked back and forth from
his house to the telephone post
where Sellers was , to keep the
coyotes from mutilating the corpse
and when daylight came , of going
to Clizbe's and phoning for the
sheriff and coronor.
Mrs. Baily , Mrs. Bannigan ,
Miss Lett Bannigan , Mr. and Mrs.
Dunbar , Len Kerns , Banker
Skeen , Lottie Calvin and Cotton
McGee were in the witness chair
and told of occurences and conver
sation with Miss Murphy before
and after the crime.
M. F. Harrington , special coun '
sel for the state , reviewed the case
in all its sordid details , when coun
sel for the prisoner asked for bail.
His scathing remarks caused the
prisoner to crumple in her chair ,
and sobbing was ushered from the
ourt room. Bail was refused by
Judge Quigley and she was bound
over to the next regular term of
district court which will convene
on Oct. 16.
White Clay Precinct.
John Lehman went to town. on
Friday of this week.
Mr. C. L. Hopper made a bus
iness trip to town on Friday of
week. '
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Mr. Apian and son Frank- went
out to the ranch Thurday taking
out some cement.
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Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Clark
were doing some shopping in town
on Wednesday.
Mr , Humphreys and daughter
Miss Mary , and Miss Jacobs were
in shopping oh Saturday ; ' '
Several autos were traveling in
these parts the past week but
[ ound the roads somewhat difficult
due to the heavy rains.
School opened in Dist. No. 44
Sept. 4 , with an enrollment of
three. A'largerenrollment is
looked for later. Miss Phoebe
Jacobs is teacher.
Tuesday afternoon - we had a
nice-shower as well as quite an
amount of hail. Thursday after
noon we were again visited with
a nice rain. Plenty moisture- t -
at . - , . - .
present.-- * * . -
For Sale.
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A960 ? acre tract of land ; 400
acres in timber. Ranch and farm
land. Six miles southw.6stof.ya.l- .
entine. Reasonable price and
time. Rene Canet , Valentine ,
Nebr. * * ' 35-tf
Cleaning , pressing and repair
ing neatly done by the City Tail
ors. * .Charles Austin , Prop. 6
Special coat , skirt , shirt-waist
and fur saje at W. A Parkers ,
Wood Lake , Saturday and Mon
day , Sept. 23 and 25th. 36 2
Fraternal Picnic Successful.
The Fraternal Picnic , Corn
Show and Carnival held at the
park last week , considering the
rainy weather , * was very success
ful.
The daily program arranged by
the committee was carried out as
close as the weather would permit.
The opening address was made by
F. M. JValcott on Thursday , in
the , large theatre tent. Oa Frid ay
Congressman Norris gave a long
talk on "Reciprocity. " His au
dience heard many things on this
important bit of law making that
was heretofore unknown to them.
Mr. > Korris used many statistics
01 wheat prices on this , and the
Canadian side of the line to prove
that "Reciprocity" was against in
stead of for the farmer. On Sat
urday afternoon Supt. Cowan of
the experiment station , talked to
the people on farm conditions in
Cherry county , and of the exhibit
of farm products at the picnic.
Mr. Cowan gave Mr. McLeod
great credit for working up the
exhibit to its high standard.
Rev. H. McClenaghan of Madi
son , representing the- Woodman
lodge , gave an address on Fraternalism -
nalism on Thursday afternoon.
Short talks were made by-C. A.
Ruby and others throughout the
week. , -
The ball games scheduled for
the week were carried out with
the exception of the opening game
with Long Pine. Jealousy on the
pat.ofsome of the Pine's resi-
'detftstatValentine's popularity is
"the reason for their failure to show
-up on Wednesday. Sparks and
Crookston played a loose game on
Thursday. Score 11 to 1. The
game with Ainsworth on Friday
was a walk away for our home
team , AinswortH getting only'two
runs to Valentine 12. Saturday
'they played better ball and held
Valentine to 2 runs and making 1
themselves.
The pavilion was crowded with
people every evening'- " for the
dance , about $500 being realised
from this source'.during the week.
The exhibits at the corn show
building were really something
Cherry county should be proud
of grasses , 'corn , potatoes , cab
bage , melons , in fact everything
grown in the north temperate zone
was displayed by residents" this
county not necessarily to win a
prize but to show others what
could be done with the soil in this
part of the state. The display
from the A' . M. Morrissey ranch ,
though not competing for prizes ,
drew marked attention. . The
women's section was very attrac
tive. C1 ' '
Sioux Indians under the leader
ship of Chief Hollow Horn Bear
and Two Strike , went a long - way
to add to the attractiveness of the
picnic. About 125 wagons were
in the parade when they reached
Valentine Tuesday. Camping a
few miles olu't of town Monday
night , thejr entry into Valentine
Tuesday morning was almost tri
umphant. Every Indian wore a \
smile that hasn't worn on0.yet , and
"Hpw Cola" was- heard on all
sides.pforn . ] Bear and his
followers camped on the prairie
near the park and came .up town
every day to give dances : They
seemed to enjoy tne picnic and at t
their counsel . . _ grounds near the the
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corn show 'buildind gave \faried
dances as is their custom. On
Fridayafternoon'at a counsel and
datfcq , L. L. Bivens and D. Mc
Leod- were initiated into the Sioux
tribe. Mr. McLeod wj 11 hereafter
be 'known as' Flying' flawk and
Mr. Bivens as Big Heart. This
honor comes to but few , and Mr.
Bivens and Mr. McLeod should
be very proud of their new names.
for a Tailor Made Suit or Over
coat for fall or winter ?
If so , come in and inspect our
large line of all-wool samples.
None better made for the money.
We guarantee every garment to
fit perfect or no sale.
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We have a large stock of cloth
ing on hand we can fit you in
most any size.
hen in need of shoes
give us a trial ,
Clothes of Quality For All Mankind
Phone 145.
McQEER & CARROLL , Proprs.
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1 Fine Wines , Liquors and Cigars
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Bourbon Whiskies : Rye Whiskies : \
Old Crow , Sherwood.
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Hermitage , Guchenheimer , §
Cedar Brook , Sunny Brook ,
Spring Hill , and 29xyear/old
an'djas , E , Pepper , O , F , C , Taylor , .
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t These whiskies were purchased in bond
and came direct from the U. S. gov-
v 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 Dejvuyper Gins , Guinness's Extra Stout.
Bass Ale , Storz Blue Ribbon and Budweiser Beer ,
Valentine = Nebraska I
ag2 "Xi SS2yB3 >
Stetter & Tobien , Props. , ,
DEALERS IN
All Kinds of Fresh S
' and Fait Meats. . . .
Will buy your Cattle , Hogs ,
Poultry , Horses , Mules and
inythinsr you have-to sell.
Furnished rooms to rent by day
> r week. Hot and cold water
5 iths included. Valentine House ,
fohn D. Eaton , Propr. 32tf
For Sale : From 1 to 40 head of
lorses ; from 1-to f of landv close
; o town. Eesidence and lot.
EL H. WakefielJ , Crookston ,
Nebraska. 13
See us before buying wagons or
Buggies. Ludwig Lumber Co. 34
Dr. Barnes , the eyesight special-
st of Omaha , -will be * at the Dono-
:
ier hotel at Valentine , Tuesday ,
Sept. 19. Remember that Dr.
Barnes has been over this road for
some ten or twelve years. Every
Datienfc has always had a year for
efitting without extra charge. No
jharge whatever is made for ex-
inaination. Don't forget the date ,
[ f you have trouble with head or
> yes , call and see Dr , Barnes. 35-2
Posts and poles in all sizes a
Ludwig Lumber Co. 34
For san'tary plumbing or heat
ing call H. \Yeinzimraer. . 20
Lime , plaster and cement at Lud
wig Lumber Go. 34.
Eepairs for the Piano or Jones
mowing machines ordered on short
j notice - at Fischer's Hardware.
| Can furnish all repairs in vQ :
days time.
Dr. M. F. Meer has decided to
t visit Wood Lake the first Monday
j and Tuesday of each month to ' .
dental work. 19t
Found Oa carnival grounds ,
"missing link" engraved gold cutf
button. Owner can have same by
calling at this office and paying
for notice. v

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