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I , VALENTINE
VOLUME XX VALENTINE. NEBRASKA , JULY 20 , 1905. NUMBER
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Chartered as a State Bank Chartered as a National Bank
June 1 , 1884. August 12 , 1902 ,
T1' < : FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Valentine , Nebraska.
( Successor to )
CAPITAL PAID IN A General Banking
C. H. CORNELL , President. J. T. MAY , Vice-President. .
M. V , NioaoLSON , Cashier.
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James Irwin was a city visitor
Elden Sparks was down from
A. John was out on his home
stead last week.
G. W. Burge and family were
in town Saturday.
Ben Bachelor , of Kennedy , was
in town Saturday.
John Neiss was a business visi
tor in town Monday.
Claude Eeece was in this city Mon
day after haying supplies.
"Wm. Piercy came up from Ken
nedy Sunday after supplies.
Born to JohnBorman and wife ,
Monday morning July 17 , a boy.
Port White from up the river
was a Valentine visitor Saturday.
J. A. Hooton is improving his
hotel this week by adding a porch.
John Daniels was in Valentine
trading with our local merchants
Jake Klein took a load of sup
plies out to his place near Oasis
Miss Wren Donoher is in Bro wnlee
this week visiting friends and tak
ing a vacation.
I. M. Rice and family are living
on their homestead these bright
D. A. Piercy and wife of Ken
nedy , were visiting in town the
first of the week.
Miss Satterlee , of Chadron , was
in town the first of the week visit
ing Miss Nellie Mahoney.
Fred Jones came down from
Cody Saturday , and Monday went
to work for Tom Hornby.
W. G. Ballard and son Will ,
were in town Friday. They were
getting supplies for haying.
Frank Curry Cattle Co. shipped
9 cars and John Bachelor 2 cars of
cattle to Omaha last Sunday.
Wm. Gillaspie left for some
place in Wisconsin with a car of
horses last Thursday morning.
S. J. Blakely was in from the
Federal Cattle company's ranch
near Simeon Monday looking for
R. M. Faddis returned to town
Monday after spening several
weeks looking after his ranch in
A. Thompson , of Simeon , called
at this last Friday and is now a
regular subscriber to the THE
Wm. Dunbar was up from the
Hancock ranch Sunday after sup
plies. Leonard Sparks accom
panied him back.
Misses Helen Sparks , Buela
Jenks , Neil Fountain and Estella
Nicholson visited in Cody the lat
ter part of last week.
Jay and Willie Morey went
up to Bordeaux Sunday to
attend the reunion. 0. W. Morey
went up Tuesday night.
R. F. Gillaspie and wife return
ed to Cody last Friday night and
intended to drive out to their
ranch from there the next day.
Jim Hull went up to Deadwood
last Wednesday night where he
was a witness before the Federal
court on a horse stealing case.
Mrs. Easley returned from her
trip to Denver last Wednesday.
E. G. Bristol and wife returned
Sunday. All report a good time.
We noticed in the Boyd County
Register that Dr. B. F. Jeil'ers did
not locate in Butte as he intended
but bought in a practice at Fairfax.
Charles Anderson and Martin
Morteson took the hearse to Butte
Creek last Friday for the funeral
of Ed Jordan.
Jake Stetter and Walther Mel-
tandorff accompanied John Bache
lor and Frank Curry to Omaha
with cattle last Sunday.
Wm. Ward , commonly known
as "Mickey , " returned to his old
haunts last week. He spent the
winter at the soldiers' home at
Milford this state.
Sam Hudson was in from his
ranch near Simeon last Monday.
Alfred Lewis returned to town
with Mr. Hudson where he had
been visiting for several days.
W. D. Morgareidge has been in
town the past week visiting old
time friends. He says he is well
satisfied in Idaho. We acknow
ledge a pleasant call from him.
Last Sunday afternoon our local
base ball team crossed bats with
the crack team of Co. I , 25th Inf.
Luck seems against the town boys ,
the score resulting 15 to 5 in favor
Df the fort.
Dean Efner and family , of
3'nadron , came down to Valentine
last Monday morning to visit rela
tives and friends a few days.
Dean returned Monday night but
iiis family will remain several
Eric Arneson from John Bache
lor's ranch was in town Monday
ifter a load of supplies. He says
they Tiave begun haying and that
the upland hay is fine. Roy Trace-
well accompanied him out and will
help during haying season.
Monday evening Mrs. Northrop
invited a few friends and agree
ably surprised Mr. Northrop. The
surprise was in honor of their loth
wedding aniversary and was cer
tainly a surprise for no doubt Mr.
Northrop had not kept tract of the
At Thacher Saturday afternoon ,
a fast game of ball was played be
tween Crookston and Thacher.
A good crowd witnessed the game
which resulted in another victory
for Crookston , the score being 7 to
2. Crookston's team has made a
splending showing this year.
Last Saturday evening the Ep-
worth League entertained the
"Normalites" at a lawn party giv.-
en on the lawn of J. C. Pettijohn
and wife. The large yard was
alive with people and was well
lighted with Japanese lanterns. A
select program was rendered ,
among which were several excel
Geo. Tracewell returned Satur
day morning from Mullen and oth-
3r places near the B. &M. railway
inhere he has been conducting sev
eral large sales for the Standard
battle Co. We have been in
formed , that Mr. Tracewell made
i great record for himself in con-
lucting the sales both in getting
rood prices and giving everyone
satisfaction. Everything brought
jood prices. |
Last Sunday afternoon the mar-
ied men's local base ball team suf-
'ered a defeat at the hands of the
Arabia Overalls , the local team of
joys , by a score of 16 to 10. From
Beginning to end , the game was *
matched with keen interest by a
irowd of spectators , numbering
10 less than one-hundred , many
) f them having come from Schlagel ,
Ehacher and other points before
icon to enjoy a picnic dinner.
Unusual interest is shown in base
jail at Arabia this season and it is
rumored that the bald-headed men
ire organizing a nine , and the
* ray haired boys are active too. i
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