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t. \ rii Volume 27 , No. 9 VALENTINE , NEBE. , THUK8DAY , MARCH 7 , 1912. § 1.50 per year To our new line of BOYS7 CLOTHING for spring. Nobby , seat ? suits for the little fellows , ji n New patterns for the older \ boys. Prices range from . . . . . . ? ? vm. - ' r : yj.vv.n m ; v.a r I n . &MJWB & 2 : Largest Line of Post Cards In the City. ; | 0. W. M j O - : iv , A 4.Wi rvAj\AJc vAAtAAJuAiV ! ' CSXSXSX8XSXSXSXSSS2SXSXSXSJ It's broad enpugfo to cover aH cases. We stand behind it , before ana after machine is sold. We , The Globe Manufacturing1 Company , guar antee that with the "Quicker Yet"Power Washer , anyone can do a washing much clean er , in less time and with less effort than with any oiher washing machine , if our our instructions are followed. We further agree to replace any part or parts of the machine which may be 'defective in any ' way , if we are so advised within one year from date of purchase. This guarantee also applies to any other article manufactured and sold by us GLOBE MFC Co , Perry. Iowa. WRINGER GUARANTEED FOR 5 YEARS Write us for fulf particulars or call on Red Front Hardware Co. ; e Grove- Restaurant Edmund Gerber , Prop. First Class Meals and Short Orders Board by the day or week. Ticket good for twenty = one meals $4.50. Come to the Cottage Grove Res = taurantfor a "square meal.7' THE VALENTINE USE W. B. HOWE , Proprietor Successor to John 0. Eaton. Electric Lights , Hot water Hunt , Good Room ? and Bed ? , where you feel at home and be comfortnbe while you remain. "We invite old putrons and others to call and see us. AMD' SHOE REPAIRING Have just opened up a new harness shop on Catherine street siear the Democrat office Valentine , Nek G. L KALKOFEN. Highest cash price paid for for Estimates Anything you have to sell. Phones 187 and 169 Valentine Furniture Exchange We buy and se51 New and Second Hand Furnitnre , Carpets and Stoves. ; i V AI EMTfiftJE1 E OP AI Q V ALtK 1 Irm LOLAL5 A. N. Wood of Oasis was in town for supplies yesterday. J. A. Harms hauled out a load of coai and provisions-Tuesday to Simeon. Theo. fillson and wife drove up to town this week to do some trading. . Barn for sale , 18x28 ft. , biii hay loft. For particulars see Father Biaere. 9 J. B. Berry of Paddock , Holt county , has been here the past , week visiting with his daughter's family. He is Mrs. Lamoreaux's father. Wm. Ferdon , who has a big ranch near Brown lee , is in town the past week visiting. He lives on his Wyoming ranch the past , rii ! few years. WaLlron Tucker and" wife , who is a daughter of W. B. Howe and wife , were here a few days the past week visiting. They live in Hooker county. f harley Howe of near Tody was here last week as a witness , and while here visited his brother VV. Howe , the genial proprietor of th * Valentine House. . PetSinjon and Frank * - - ; son , , started to town Tue.sday with loads of corn from near Sparks , and on the way received a telephone call wanting Frank as a witness before the grand jury. E. C. Cole and wife and H. B. Skeen and wife of Cody .came * * down last Thursday night and spent several days in the city the past week , while the husbands were waiting to be called as wit nesses before the grand jury. Clyde Stanley of Kennedy and Miss Edna Howe of Eii were maV- ried by Justice Spain Tuesday evening. Miss How e is a daugh ter of Charley Howe and ha > been staving at the Valentine House since her uncle took charge of the hotel. The county dad ? are in session and are kept pretty busy meeting people who hnve some business to before them They hold their so sion in thf back room of the county judge while th grand jury use their room behind closed doors maked "no admittance. " H. E. Losey came up from Fre mont Tuesday and is visiting in the city. Mr. Losey worked on The Democrat the summer of 1909 and played ball with the te.am. He has been working in a printing office at Huron , S. D , and is now visiting home home folks at Fre r mont. During the past week Mrs. Mc Donald sold her remaining stock E of merchandise at public auction of evenings , Col. Traiiewell crying the sale , and closed out the last Saturday night. Jim Felch has n leased the store building for a h restaurant and is having it fitted b up for the purpose. Mrs. Mc tln Donald is going to take a rest n an I and has retired from the mer I cantile business. P w St. Nicholas' Church. Services will be held in the w Catholic church as follows : ci In Nenzel on Sunday , Mar. 14 , cib at 10 a. ID. In Valentine on Sunday , Mar. 17. ed Feast oi St. Patrick. E 1st Mass at 8 a. m. h 2nd Mass at 10 a. m. tl Benediction of the Blessed sac rament after Mass. During I > nt every Friday eve ning at 7 p. m. , devotions , rosary , stations of t > - fr < ? < ; -md bi-n ta I tion. Simeon School has resumed in districts 79 and 109. March carne in like a lion. Now . ' it is up to the good old custom to 1 have it go out like a Iamb. There are no new fever cases. Virginia Young has had a hard spell. All others are much better. Wallace Thackrey and Kem Brackett came out to the Eeece ranch Saturday and returned Sun day with a team for Supt Thack re.v to use in visiting schools. We are in full sympathy with all editors of county papers. If they have as hard times finding new news as thnir correspondents their lives are not to be envied. C. S. and J. C. lleece have ord ered a car of corn to feed their cattle on account of a shortage of hay. The spring of 1912 will long be remembered by our stockmen. Never in the history of the county has hay been so scarce. Mrs. Ida Giok has leased the > \ Stilwell ranch. She will conduct the hotel business as Mr and Mrs. Stilwell have done. These neighbors , bors are looking forward to a pleasant time visiting the Pacific coast in the near future. Gallie Bucy is feeding the hay his father sold the Federal Cattle company , to the latter's cattle , ' This , with his home work- keeps him very busy. Cherry , or any other county , needs more young men like Callie. A county that can have a majority of its coming menof , his type is always safe. " , . _ > * * r Rev. Beebe has been quarantin ed at the Young home. He has been making himself useful by taking care of Mr. Pettis. He will be very glad when his time ( o be released arrives , as will his many friends. Rev. Beebe is a young man of strong character and has a useful future before him. A "St. Patricks' Dance" will be giren Saturday night , March 16 , in Quigley's hall. Mus ic by Fischer's orchestra. 9 2 reductions on rupn's sweat ers at the Red Front. All the county news in THE DEMOCRAT for § 1 00 if you pay in advance before May 1st. Kail a dollar this way and we'll place your name on our books. 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. 4s ; u Retailers to Have Good Time in Omaha. When the merchants of the stale meet ID annual convention in Oma ha on March 12 , they are going to be busy from the time they reach the city. The program will take moat of their time during the day ID the evening it will be theatre parties and a big banquet , which will keep them busy. On Tuesday evening , the open ing day , a surprise entertainment will be offered. The committee in charge refuses to tell what it will be but it will be a good time , sure. A surprise is also being arrang for the ladies on this evening. But the next night , March 13 , the ladies and gentlemen will j5n in ihe banquet at the Plotel Rome ind the theatre party at the Orpb- 3ura , which will follow. c. 1x3 surprised if you have an at- c.H of rheumatism this spring. Just j N rub the affected parts freely -frith Chain- 's Liniment ftu4irojll soon We have employed Mr. S. AY. Oyplicrs , A First Class Tailor , of 25 years' experience in tailoring in the East , to assist us in our and we are now prepared to give our customers A Perfect Fit in Clothing Alterations in suits or a tailor made suit of any style. Cleaning and Pressing Prompt ly Done on Short Notice. H. W. Hoenig , Prop , McGEER & CARROLL , Prcprs. Fine Wines , Liquors and Cigars Bourbon Whiskies : Rye Whiskies : Old Cro y , . , 4. v T Sherwood , Hermitage , Guchcnheimer , Cedar Brook , Sunny Brook , Spring Hill , and 29xyear/od ! and Jas. E , Pepper , O. F , C. Taylor , These whiskies were purchased in bond , and came direct from the II. 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 tf * * * * k'a 4 * * 9af * * I a AqiA. , ! xi-tfwtvVwli Al * 4Av B4 A Stetter & Tobien , Props. DEALERS IX . ' All Kmas of jb resh and Fait Meats. . . . * Will buy your Cattle , Hogs , Poultry , Horses , Mules and my thing you have to sell. Placing Your ioney in a Bank keeps it in circulation while you are not using it. When you deposit your money in This Bank it can be used for your indirect if not direct profit the upbuilding of our town and vicinity , the community in which YOU are particually interested. Our constantly increasing list of depositors furnishes competent evidence , the very best of evidence , that the relations existing between this bank and its customers are mutually satisfactory. We shall be pleased to add YOUR name to this growing list. Deposits Guaranteed VALENTINE STATE BANK Deposits in this Kink r.re protected by tU Depositor' Guarantee Fund of the : -rate of Xebra Iia. . AAAA = AJ AjS AAAAAAJUWt A ; oup Valley Hereford Ranch , H. FAULHABCH A SONS , BROWNLEE , NEB erd beaded by S. 0. Columbus 17 b. 160050 , and Climax 2 , No. 289 * 2 ; also , Melvin , No. 327072 , "ITy little son had a ver } ' severe cold. I -was recommended to try Cliamberlains ! Cough Remedy , and before a small bot- Uo wa fini hed ho was as Well ks qvcr , " writes Mrs.ESilks , - 2S Dowlin Street , '