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. , " 7 . ! .1 Volume 27 , No. 11 VALENTINE , NEBR , THURSDAY , MARCH 21 , 1912. § 1.50 per year. - Mew Spring Styles in Florsheims' We Lave received our spring stock of tlie new Flor- shcim Shoes , and they are beauties. Tans , blacks , buttons and laces , in styles that will please. Let ys Show Them to You r © o ° NOW CM DISPLAY uptodate line of Spring and Summer Hats on display for your inspection. n It's broad enough to cover all cases. We stand \ behind it , before and after machine Js , sold. Wp , The Globe Manufacturing Company , truar- . , u -antee that with the Quicker Yet" Power Dasher , ariy-onn can do a washing much cleaner - ' . , , er , in Jess time and with less effort than with any other 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 arc so advised within one year from date of purchase. This guarantee also applies tomy othpr article manufacturpd and s ld by us GLOBE MFC Co , Perry , Iowa. WRINGER GUARANTEED FOR 5 YEARS Write us for full particulars or call en ed Front Hardware Co , 'estaorant Edmund Qerber , 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 = taurarst for a "square meal. " ? T 7 A IT * F THf rf Rk T F " 9 F ; & " \ , IT T IT HE VALENTINti HOUSE W. B. HOWE , Proprietor % Successor to John D. Eaton. Electric. Lights , Hot water Heat , Good Rooms and Bed ? , where YOU can feel-at home and be comfortabe while you remain. "We invite old patrons and others to call and see us. HARNESS SHOP AND SHOE REPAIRING Have just opened up a new harness stop on Catherine street near the Democrat office ! "S7 4 T /\T5F'7 T Valentine , GT Is. KALK0FEN. Highest cash price paid for Call for Estimates Anything you have to sell. * Phones 187 and 169 Valentine Furniture Exchange > Ve buy and sell New and Second riand Furnitnre , Carpets and Stoves. : Valentine , box ' 348 Nebraska VALENTINE LOCAL ! Big reductions en raen's sweat ers at the Red Front. Lero.v Springer rolled a dollar our way Monday while in town. Mrs. Vanden of Crookston was in town Saturday between trains. A. Benson of Arabia had busi ness in town the first of the week. W. A. Pettycrew went down to Norfolk Sunday , returning Mon day. Emil Sauerwein has purchased a * 'Buick" automobile from Chas. Sparks. Co. Cornr. A. B. McAlevy was i i town Monday after a load of supplies. John Sholbourn , jr. , candidate for county assessor , was up from I i Sparks Monday. Station Agent Howe and family are ba-jk from a visik with rela tives in Wisconsin. Mrs , Dan Jeffers went down to Omaha Tuesday morning to stay with her daughter , Ethel , A. 0. Coleman rar1 son , Neil , of McCann , marketed a load of chickens in town Tuesday. The St. Patrick's dance Satur day evening was well attended and all report it the best of the season. Miss Helen Sparks returned from Lincoln last Friday night where she has been attending the university. William B. Haley returned home Saturday evening from Lin coln , where he has'been atteudmg the state university. . - * -Found A gentleman's ring. # ner can have same by proving ownership and paying for this a > tice. Bert Brackett. Charlotte Haley entertained a few of her little friends Tuesday | afternoon at a birthday parly , it ( being her third birthday. The V. II S baseball team .ire preparing play to be a , given E sometime in April , entitled "The c High School Freshman. " H. H. Meyers of Dewey Lake I was in town Tuesday on land office ' C business and found time to make 1 this office a friendly call. H The Gordon-Valentine debate' ' will be held Friday evening , ! March 22 , at Quigley's hall. Everybody - ° erybody come and hear thorn. n Rev. Cams addressed the student borly of the Valentine high school Monday morning , giving a very ! interesting address about a trip to England. v Julius Schromm and Jack Kief 0 went down , to Grand Island Sunday - , day where they expect to purchase - j chase a car of horses which they intend to ship to the western , : T coast. i , b Mrs , John Slonecker went down ( e to Ainsworth Saturday to join her family who went a few days pre vious , and will make their home on a farm 7 miles north of Ains worth' . A U. S. revenue inspector was.1 , in town Tuesday. We hear he n stated that liquors sold in Valentine - tine were superior to those sold in many town of equal and larger n size in Nebraska. t s E. ' E. Morey drove Charles Anderson's car to White River , I last Monday , returning the folai lowing day. They report that d town on the boom , but the roads y almost impassible. Max E. Viertel and I. M. Rice went down to Columbus Sunday s < as delegates from Cherry county tl t > attend the M. W. A. assembly si called there on the 18th to protest n against the raise in rates. d Ed Satterlee called on us last Friday while in town. Ed's get ting younger and better looking and would make a good candidate for office. What do you want Ed ? We're for you. D. D. Dunn stopped awhile Sat urday to roll a dollar our way anc talked over M. W. A. rates , which he thinks are too high , and is in favor of doing something to stop the high raise in rates. Dr. and Mrs. Jeffers departec Monday for their home in St Francis , Kan. They were accom panied by Miss Ethel Jeffers as far as Omaha , where she expectec to be be operated for appendicitis yesterday. Mrs. Tom Hornby and Mrs. Charles Sparks entertained the St. Jo'm's guild at the home of the f rmer Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Noyes won the prize in the letter contest. A dainty luncheon was served. G. M. Tracy was down from Crookston last Thursday while we were grinding out the papers. He changed his advertisement for this week and got out some circulars for his thirty days sale at big re- Iductions in prices/ Alfred Lund of Lund , and Jess Speck of Hinchley. were in town yesterday from the west part of the county. Both of them \vill keep posted of the doings at the county seat through The Valentine Democrat. J : H. McKcan came down from the Black Hills Saturday .evening , returning Monday evening , to Gi- lette , Wyo. , where he expects to secure several thousand sheep pelts , which died during the recent storms. He says stock conditions are worst there in years.\ . Thursday evening the people ple of Valentine listened to an ap preciative talk on "Sunshine , " by Dr. Roach. This was the third number of the lecture course. The next will be a male quartet , which comes highly recommended. J. W. Sanders , Frank Fresee , Dan and Henry Ilathorne , Henry Cullison , Chris Hoist , Rasmus Troelson and wife , Myrtle Harris , Mr. Glendenning and wife and J. W. Crowe were in town last Friday before the U. S. land office on a protest case , regarding the final proof of Chris Hoist on his mother's homestead. We sent the grand jury's report to Sioux City to have it printed on the inside of The Democrat - this week because of the great quantity of matter being too much to run n the home print pages , "and , therefore give to our readers as a early as p'ossible. Later Through some cause the report > was not printed this week but we hope to give it to our read ers next. Yfanted to buy 1000 bushels of potatoes. Johu Ormesher , Val entine , Nebr. 10 Barn for sale , 18x28 ft. , big : hay loft. For particulars see Father Blaere. 9 ii > v * > Buttons made to order , to fc- match your gown. 13 styles , all sizes ; , at the Red Front. 48 All the county news in THE DEMOCRAT for § 1.00 if you pay in advance before May 1st. Roll a g Jwllar this way and we'll place your name on our books. Button- Trimming for dresses . stc. , * is the latest. Save your craps of cloth and take them to c. the Red Front where they can \1 show you 18 styles including the : new oblong shape made to or- ler. 48 We have employed Mr. 8. Y\r. Cyphers , A' First Class Tailor , of 25 years' experience in tailoring in the East , to assist us in our > epartment and we are now prepared to give our customers " f t H t i s-t TI j tt Perfect Fit in Clothing Alterations in suits or a tailor made suit of any style. Cleaning and Pressing Prompt" ly Done on Short Notice. I . W floenfgC Prop. i'S2523 S S23 2S25K52jZJ Si3J ! Sar5 Sar5I I fi mcQEER & CARROLL , Proprs. Fine Wines , Liquors and Cigars Bourbon Whiskies : Rye Whiskies : Old Crow , Sherwood , Hermitage , Guchenheimer , " Cedar Brook , Sunny Brook , Spring Hill , and 29xyear/old andjas. E. Pepper , O , F , C , Tavior , These whisldes were purchased in bond and came direct from tlie U. S. gov ernment warehouse. They are guar anteed pure and unadulterated. Un excelled for family arid medical use. Three Star Hennessy and Dreyfus Brandies , Imported Gordon and DeKuyper Gins , Guinness's Extra Stout. Bass Ale , Storz Blue Ribbon and Budv/eiser Beer , ? Valentine Nebraska S g2 Ii K2y3 > ra K 2gS _ _ . . . _ Jf vC - v4 * iT. rf % flt Stetter & Tobien , Prop \ . DEALERS IN All Kinds of Fr and Qalt Meats. AYill buy your Cattle , Hogs , Poultry , Horses , Mules and anything you have to sell. ' acing Your Money in a Bank keeps it in circulation while you p.re 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 com petent 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 Deposits in this bank nre protested by the Depositor's Guarantee Fund of the State of Nebraska. .oup Valley Hereford Ranch , , H. FAULHABER A SONS , BROWXLEE , NEB lerd headed by S. 0. Columbus 17 fo. 160050 , and Climax 2 , No. 239 22 : also , Melvin , No. 327072 , reg Bulls for Sale at AH Tiifces , 'Oy little son had a very severe cold. I was recommended to try Charoberlain's Congh Eemedy , and before a small bot- j tie was finished he was as well as ever , " i writes Mrs.H. Silks , 29 Bowling Street , ! Sydney , Australia. This remedy is for [ sale by all dealers' . "