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Volume 26 , ISTo. 39 VALENTINE , NEBR , THURSDAY , OCTOBER 5 , 1911. § 1.50 per year.
for women , girls arid boys. These union suits
> fit the figure perfectly and allow free movement
of the body without binding. If you would know
union suit comfort know Munsing Wear. The
prices are no higher than for the other kind.
Girl's Ribbed Fleece , per suit $ .60
Misses' Ribbed Fleece , per suit 1.00
Ladies' Wear , per suit 1.25 and 1.50
Ladies' Wool Wear , per suit 2.50
Boy's Fleeced Suits , per suit .75
If you are not a customer
of the Bed Front Mercan
tile Co. , they would appre
ciate your becoming one.
In their * Grocery Depart
ment you will find the best
grades of canned fruits ,
vegetables , smoked meats ,
lards , syrups , and break
. Phones 5 and 75 .
fYes , we've got it , if not we'll get it ,
Orders taken for all music ,
Big Reductions on
Summer Millinery . Morey
? , Bakery Goods Confectionery y
| " Ice Cream and Soda Water
$ r . Cigars and Tobacco
V Lunches and Meals
TELEPHONE NO. 7
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 ;
Leslie Weed of Cody was in
Misses Nellie and Ethel Arnold
were up from Johnstown on Tues
A. M. Sherman and family are
now living in the M. E. parsoL-
.Geo. A. Corbin went on duty
as night marshal the first of the
Alex McAlevy and family were
up from their ranch near Kennedy
the first of the week.
Max Viertel of Crookston at
tended a meeting of telephone
men in Valentine Monday.
Eighteen young people of Kose-
bud reservation left for the gov-
erment school at Rapid City , the
first of the week.
Mrs. Eugene Grace went d > wn
to Long Pine Saturday to spend
the day with her son's family ; who
left for Sioux City Sunday morn
Mrs. Ed Hackler returned from
Omaha Friday where she under
went a surgical operation. Mr.
Hackler went down Thursday and
accompanied lur home.
J. H. Quigley went up to ! Nen-
zel Saturday night on business.
He will also attend to matters at
the ranch and will return home
about the first of the week.
Many people from around Ele-
wanee and Sparks went over to
Gregory the past week to register
for the government land drawing.
But a very few from Valentine
have registered so far.
The high school team played the
Ainsworth high school boys Sat
urday on the home diamond. The
visitors put up a poor exhibition
of the national game and let Val
entine pile up fifteen runs to their
Mr. Verne Lattin of Draper ,
S. D- , and Miss Bessie Rogers of
Valentine were married by Justice
of the Peace Spain , Monday even
ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Carson. They will go to
Draper , S. D , . to make their
The Boy Scouts received their .
uniforms this week and a prouder ,
bappier bunch "of youngsters can ,
not be found anywhere. The boys
who have not yet joined this or
ganization can not long resist 'the
desire to be a scout and partici
pate in their hikes and out of door
At the Presbyterian church next
Sunday eveniog at 7:30 : Dr. Bara-
kat will preach on one of the
most difficult subjects in the Bible.
Pie will explain from all that has
been known the account of Joshua
speaking to the Sun and Moon to
Stand Still. This discourse rep
resents a great deal of study and
research. Dent fail to come.
J. F. Broad was painfully in
jured Monday by being run over G
by a wagon. He brought in a
load of hogs and was opening a
gate to the Stetter feed lots when
the horses became frightened. He
could not hold them and fell beneath -
neath the wheels , which passed over -
er his body. His hand was also
badly cut and crushed. No bones >
Professor Hunt spent Monday in I
Valentine visiting enrouie home
from a lecture tour up the road.
Mr. Hunt is an enthusiastic speaker
for better development of western
lands and forage crops and never
fails to deeply interest his hearers
on subjects of vast importance to ,
the fariness and ranchmen of this
county. We are always glad to
hear him and wish every man iu
the county could.
Saturday , October 21 , should be
a big day for Valentine. On that
date the annual Farmers' Institute
will be held under the auspices of
Extension Department , Univer
sity of Nebraska and the local In
stitute of which J. W. Cowan is
president and Donald McLeod ,
At the morning meeting com
mencing at 11 o'clock in Bethel
Hall , Mr. Hull of Alma will lec
ture on "Seeding and Growing
Alfalfa. " At 1:30 : Mr. Harnley of
College View will talk on the
"Care and Handling of Eggs and
Cream from a Practical Stand
point , " and at L':30 : Mr. Hull will
talk on "Breeding and Feeding
Better Stock. "
The women's meeting at 2:00 :
o'clock will be conducted by Miss
Louise Sabin of Beatrice who will
give-"Useful Information for the
Household Operator , " followed
by a cooking demonstration.
The evening session will begin
at 7:30. : Miss Sabin will tell how
to "Encourage the Boys and
Girls ; " Mr. Harnley will speak on
"Sanitation" and Mr. Hull will
tell you the only way of "Making
Hens Pay. ' '
These speakers are well versed
upon their subjects and everyone
should attend the meetings and
join in the discussions. If a point
is not clear to you don't be afraid
to ask a question. To do so shows
that you are interested.
Theobald ! Concert.
All music-loving people should
avail themselves of the rare opportunity -
portunity of hearing the world
famous violinist , Ole Theobaldi ,
who will appear in Quigley's Hall
on Tuesday night , October 17.
It is very seldom that we have
an opportunity of listening to one
of the world's greatest musical
artists and especially the successor
of Ole Bull whose violin Theobaldi
will use in his local engagement.
Theobaldi will be supported by
Mme. Dorothea North recognized
as one of the foremost young so
prano vocalists in Europe. Mrae.
North posses a voice of rare purity
and clearness of tone and was one
of Alexander Heineman's favorite
pupils. Theobaldi has also with
.him Lundborg , Norway's greatest
; The following is what some of
the world's grestest papers sa.y in
regard to Theobaldi :
"It is incompreusible how he
can make the rus e of leaves and
the sound of the waterfall. ' ' Pet
it Journal ( Paris , France )
"When Theobaldi played the
music of Ole Bull and Paganini ,
It seemed as though the masters
of former days were themselves
playing. " Nowje Wremje ( St.
Petersburgh , Russia.
s'It appeared to the musicians
there cs a reminiscence of the
days of Remenyi and Ole Bull.
Chicago Record Herald.
Make your plans to attend and a
don't forget the place and date.
Tickets will be on sale at Chap
man s Drug Store.
All parties are notified not 'to
cut any timber or posts of any n
kind whatsoever on any of the"
land within the abandoned Fort
Niobrara Military Reservation.
Also all parties are warned against
buying any wood posts or timber
cut on said reservation. Any one ,
caught cutting any wood posts or n
timber on said reservation and any
one caught removing any wood
posts or timber from said'reser
vation will be prosecuted and
dealt with according to law.
Dated at Valentine , Nebraska ,
Oct. 2nd , 1911.
J. C. Scott.
Special Agent and Inspector. (
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.
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 Ail Mankind
P/IcQESR / & CARROLL , Proprs.
Fine Wines , Liquors and Cigars
Bourbon Whiskies : R'e Whiskies :
Old Crow , Sherwocd ,
Hermitage , Guchenheimer ,
Cedar Brook , Sunny Brook ,
Spring Hill , and 29/yearyold
and Jas , E , Pepper , O , F , C. Taylor ,
These whiskies were purchased in bond
and came direct from the TJ. 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 5tout.
Bass Ale , Storz Blue Ribbon and Budweiser Beer ,
Stetter & Tobien , Props.
All Kinds of Fresh
and Fait Meats. . . .
Will buy your Cattle , Hogs ,
Poultry , Horses , Mules and
anything you have to sell.
Critics in the musical centers of
he music-loving world , join in
icir approval of the clear soprano
roice of Mme. Dorothea Xorth
, nd she is ranked among the fore-
Qost of the young sopranos.
Mme. North toured the old
? orld in concert with her talented
nstructor , Alexander Heineman ,
f whom she was a favorite pupil ,
ler voice is one of rare sweetness
nd her eisy and unaffected man-
ler gain for her at once the appre-
liation of her hearers.
Mme. N ( ruh will be heard here
vlth Theobald ! , the Norwegian
'ioliniat on Tueidiy night , Octo-
> er 17. in Quigley's Hall.
Cleaning , pressing and repair-
ng. Ladies work.a specialty.
3ity Tailors. 0. H. Austin , Prop.
Prom thiea miles of Pass Banch ,
one brown gelding , weight about
1,100 , branded E L on left shoulder.
Edw. A. Lee , Brownlee , Nebr. 39 2
Bock Spring's Coal and all other
inds at Fischer's Hardware. 38
Dr. M. F. Meer has decided to
visit Wood Lake the first Monday
and Tuesday of each month to Ho
dental work. 19tf
Found On carnival grounds ,
"missing link" engraved gold cuff
button. Owner can have same by
calling at this office and paying
For sanitary plumbing or hea'-
ing call H. I. TVeiczirnmer. 20
Two i-room houses for rent.
, _ I. M. Rice , it
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