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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 26, 1902)
Keith I ricrco 1 fully nuthorleed to so
licit subscriptions and job work and collect
and receipt for name, and trnnsnet nil otlier
business In connection with his position as tin
accredited representative of this paper.
B. & M. TIME TABLE.
Passenger trains lcaro Hemingford, dally,
No. 41, west... 0:40a.m. I No. 42, east,,.3s41 p.ra.
All regular train carry passengers.
Leo llrandle wub In town Tuesday.
Mrs. Vermilion in vislMnjr Mrs. K
Agnes Esanoy returned from Coun
cil Muffs Sunday.
Glenn Pierce has boon ill with
croup for a few days.
William Culver of Marplo was In
Miss Grace Wheeler wont to Denver
Friday to 6ludy music.
A. C. Whlcher shipped nnothcr car
of horScs to Iown Friday.
Tim Morrissoy shipped a car of
sheep to Omaha Saturday.
llennctt Curtis of Canton was a
Hemingford visitor Tuesday.
Mrs. Earnest left for Denver Mon
day to bo gone for some time.
Miss Kuto llano spent u day or two
this week with Miss Mary Ucrncall.
John Curran was in Hemingford a
couple of days tho first of tho wcolc.
Rev. Schultz camo homo Monday.
He and his wife hail been to Valentino
for a few days.
of tho board of directors of tho Chadron
academy labt week.
G. W. Wnlsnor of Sheridan, Wyo.,
has boon visiting friends and looking
after real estate in this viciulty for a
Rev Garnoss returned Friday from
an extended, visit to Lead and points
enrouto Monday, making an inspection
trip. Helms numerous congregations
in both South Dakota and Montana, as
well no in Nebraska. IIu spent somo
time in the vicinity of Capital, Mont. ,
W. K. Ucrncall returned Tuesday
from his trip to Omuhu. lie has rented
tho building next door south from the
post ofllce which K. h. Pierco recently
. purchased from T. J. O'Kcefe. Mr.
Hcrncall will move his stock to tho
new location. Ho will bo thcro perma
nently. In a letter wo received from E. C.
Sheldon ho says: "Wo are in Oregon
and don't like it here at all. Wo arc
going to start for St, Paul about the
first of next month. You can tell
everybody that you wish that old llox
Butte is worth nil of Oregon that wo
have seen and wo havo traveled over
200 miles by stage,
Rev. J. F. Youngmau leaves this
week for Central City, S. D., where ho
goes ns a missionary worker and we
arc suro the best wishes of a host of
his and his cstlmablu wife's friends
go with them to their new field of
labor and wo hope that it may provo
to be a blesslug to both himself and
his hearers. Harrison Press-Journal.
Considerable dissatisfaction is be
ing expressed by somo our citizens
over the route of road No. 43, of which
publication was made last week in tho
Hkiiai.d. The route Is live miles nlong
the road running south from town,
then three miles east, then a mile
south, and then n mile cast to the rail
road. It then follows tho railroad
into Alliance. It is not what was peti
tioned for to say tho least. While
there may bo many logical objections
to tho establishment of this road, It
does no look like treating a petition
to sidetrack it in this manner. Sub
stantially tho samo route to Hcrca is
already laid out. Hy going six miles
south and thenco directly cast tho
tho samo point is reached without ad
ditional travel. Wonder why wo can't
have published at least the route called
for In tho petition?
Uox liutto News.
Mrs. Will Ranks lias been on tho
the sick list for the past week.
Frank Mrachck took a load of water
melons to Alliance last Tiiursday.
Ed Wildy was through this neighbor
hood Thursday looking for beef
'Gene Hull bought fifty-five head of
calves belonging to tho W. E. Hall es
tate, paying 814 a head,
Superintendent Raumgarduer visited
the llox Rutto school Friday and found
everything satisfactory with nine pu
pils in attendance.
Frank Calm lost a fine mare that
took sick and died a few days ago.
Arthur Rass purchased a' new set of
lurness while in Hemingford Satur
day. Rev. Herbert Rudd held religious
services at Canton of evenings during
George E. Zimmerman and Fred, his
son, and Mrs. Lizzie Rrlght were in
W. M. Green and lady of Chadron
passed through these parls Friday en
routo to Scottsbluff whero thoy will
visit with friends a week or ton days.
Miss Clara Phelps of Roltnont has
been employed to teach tho Clayton
school on Snake Creek,
Misses Mary and Angio Uickoy left a
fow dayB ago for Gretna, whero they
will bo In school this winter.
Slnco our last issue Misses Edith
Rroshar and Aggio Moravck havo been
on tho sick list, but arc themselves
again at this writing.
G. tl. Clayton has been enlarging
his residence by building on another
room fourteen feet square, which
makes a very neat rcstdoncc.
Wo learn that Miss Ora Clayton will
leave tho 36th inst. for Alliance where
she will nttend school this winter. Wo
regret to loso Miss Ora from our midst
and from our Sunday school as Bho Is
one of our teachers and our organist.
Queer "Orange IllossomV' These,
Spearfish. S. D., Sept.i. Cards arc out
announcing the coming marriage of Dr.
Bernard F. Bettloheim of Alliance, Nob.,
and Miss Florence Kcots of Spearfish,
which will occur Sept. i5. Dr. Bettle
heim is assistant surgeon for tho Burling
ton railroad company, and tho bride-to-be
is the daughter of Henry Keela, the well
known cattlo and real estate owner and ex
mayor of Spearfish. She is a graduate of
tne state normal here, ot Northwestern at
Evanston, 111., and studied art in New
York two years, She is possessed of great
personal beauty and is one of Dakota's
most cliarming daughters.
The couple referred tp in tho abovo
news dispatch were married in Seward on
tho evening of August 9, and it looks as
though they were trying to play a joke on
their friends. They arrived in Seward on
the afternoon train of Saturday, August
g, ancl tho doctor proceeded to the office of
the comity judge where he procured the
license, and about an hour later thoy were
married by Rev. Geo. F. Williams -of the
Presbyterian church, then left town on
tho first outgoing train. They requested
both tho county judge and tho pastor 'to
say nothing of their marriage for a short
time, as thoy did not want It to become
known for reasons of their own. Tho
brldo was a very handsome young lady.
Seward (Neb.) Independent-Democrat,
Mrs. W. 0. Cavln, of Crawford, died last
Saturday in tho Grand Island hospital as
tho result of an operation performed for
a chronic trouble with which she has been
afflicted for several years. Mrs. Cavin
was thirty-nine years of age and was mar
ried to W. C. Cavin nineteen years ago at
Scotia, Neb., tho home of her girlhood
and where her remains were laid away
last Sunday, She was possessed of
a cheerful disposition and enjoyed a large
circle of friends. The bereaved husband
and daughter. Virgil, haue tho sympathy
Window shades, all sizes up to sixty
three inches in width, always in stock.
We put them up for you if so desired.
PrzIcstoJle Drawn nt Norton's.
On each cash purchase of gi.oo a
ticket will be given which will entitle
tho holder to a chance in tho following
prizes valued at $250.00, drawing to
take place New Year's eve:
Town lot J! 100 00
Shetland pony, saddle and bridle 55 00
Sewing machine 45 00
Gold watch and chain 25 00
Arm chair 8 00
Pair wool blankets 6 50
Dress pattern 5 00
Pair shoes 3 50
Gloves 2 00
Pair gold cuff buttons. , 1 00
Total 250 00
V. W. Nokton.
REPORT OP THE CONDITION OK
The First State Bank
CHARTER NO. 035,
Incorporated, nt Hrmlngford, In tho Stuto ot
NebrdHUa. nt the cIoho of hutilnese Sop-
tumbor 15, 1WK.
Lemur and dlscounta 813.019.ftJ
Otenlraflv, secured ami unsecured.... 209.W
Furniture nnd hxturos 4 SO, 00
('urrent oxponses nuil tixos paid 73.'U&
Duo from national, banks lH.fMi.M
Total cash on hand. ., 2,572.00
Capital etock paid m J5.IOO.00
Undivided prottU 1.2MI30
ludiTldnnl deposits suhjoot to check.. 21,41(1.08
DttmitndcurtUlcaUKiof doposlt ssoo
Time cnrtlllrates of deposit 1,357.00
('ashler's checks outstanding 48.60
Hills payable 1,200.00
STATE OP KEIIRA8KA, )
COUNTY OK llOX liUTTE, J 88
I, Keith L. Pierce, cashier of tho above
named bank, do aolemnly swear that the nbovo
statement I correct uml a true copy of the ro
port made to the tato Dunking board.
Keith L.. i'lKUCK.Cnehler.
II. It. OnEE.V, I ni.-w.fnw,-
, ,, , James Uabbt. f Diroclors
bubscrlbed and bwornlo before methls 22th,
duy of September, MK. O.A. Uuulew.
is'' Notary Public.
Nottco to Creditors.
Id County Court In and for Iloxjiutto coun
ty. Nebraska, ltt, In tho matter of tho es
tuto of Dentils Carpenter, deceased,
lo the creditors of said estate:
t-You nro hereby notified that I will sit ut tho
county courtroom In Alliance In Mild county
on the 7th day ot March, MO, to receive any
oxnmlno all claims against bald estate with a
view to their adjustment and ullowance. Tho
tlmollmitedforprc&entatlon of claims utrnlnst
said ostato is six months from thotaid day of
September. A.D toe, and tho time llmltedfor
the payment of debts is ouo year from said
2nd tlay of September. 1002.
Witness my hand and seal of said county
court this 2nd day of September, HKtt.
A true copy. d. k. Bi'aciit,
seal County Judge,
Vrlto Contest Closes Soon.
The Ilurlington Route's prizo contest
for tho befit photographs of Nebraska
scenes closes October 1. If you havo
good photographs of orchards, grow
Ing crops, harvesting scenes, cattle,
sheep, horses or poultry, better send
them In without delay. Aslc tho Bur
lington Route agent for full particu
lars or write J. Francis,
General Passenger Agent,
Any stock of harness in stock or
to order. Clouoh & Collins.
Sheriff Sale of Ducks.
Tho sheriff of Sioax county will sell
ninety head of thoroughbred and high grade
bucks at auction at the ranch of W. R,
Harris in Sioux county, Nebraska, on
Monday, October C, at 10 a. m.
KEPOUT OP THE CONDITION OP
The Alliance National Bank,
CHARTER NO. 5057,
At Alliance, In the State of Nebraska, at
tho Close ot business September 15, IWi.
Loan and discounts f 110,399.83
uvordraf ts.socurcd and unsecured. , 5,407.27
IT. H. bonds to secure circulation .... 12.fioo.oo
1'romlums on U.S. Ilonds 253,00
Ilunklnit house, furnlturo and fix
tures . 7,000.00
Duo from Nnt'l Banks (not reserve
Duo from approved rrservo agents . 9,897.78
Checks and other cash Items 703.40
Prnctlonul paper currency, nickels
nudecnts.. ' 7.C3
LAWFUL MONEY ItERKItVK IN BANK-
Specie. . fS.43l.0O
lAKal.tender notei 6,400.00
Redumption fund with u. S. Treas
urer (5 por Cent of circulation).. . .
Capital stock paid In $50,000.00
Surplus fund .1 4.0K.00
National bank notes outstanding..., 12,500.00
Due to othur National Hanks 024.70
Duo to State Hanks and Hankers.... l,530.fw
individual deposits subject to check 81,0fr.iV.i
Demand ccrtllicntes of deposit 8,iS15.fc2
Time cortlllcatcs'of deposit 49,823.00
STATE OP NEBRASKA, K,
County or Hox Uottk. j s,!
I, C. ll. Connutt. cashier of tho above
named bank, do solemnly swear Hint tho
above statement is true to the best of my
knowledge and belief.
r. II. Connett, Cashier.
K. M. ICmuut, 1
F. W. llAiuus. Directors.
'VllOMAH lllCK I
Subscribed and sworn to bofo'ro mo this 20th
day of September, 1002.
seal William Mitchell,
My commission explras Juno 14, 1907.
! Forest Lumber Co. I
Estimates Cheerfully Given.-
WE MAKE ALL
AND A SPECIAL
Dierks' Lumber l Coal Co.
We Can Also Make You
a Loan In trie
Nebraska Central Building and Loan Association
SO AS TO HELP YOU GET A HOME.
B. 6c M. HOTEL.
G. A. WHITE,
&00& T&oav& awJt CXeatv, Comovai&T&-Qoms.
WE AIM TO PLEASE.
Opp. I-Illo. Crrand,
Alliance Bowling Alley,
W. S. RIDGELL, Proprietor.
u)s Swat (VTvsfi w Ke,Bes, Ceaw.fcs aw&T&&&
Appointed Amusement Place in the West,
and Invite All to Call. Ladies
Bowling, Billiards and Pool.
CIGARS; TOBACCOS AND
r "! AiMAAAAAAAAA..AAA.
For a Full
That Can't fie Real
ouvs ot "5a.Y
Taken up by the subscribed on his enclosed
land In section 25, township 24, range 4S In
llox Hutto county:
Ono gray mare about 12 years old, weight
about 1.250 pounds branded with a spot In tho
centre of a diamond and a straight bar to tho
right of and sloping toward tho diamond at
tho top on tl e loft shoulder.
Onogrny inaro about 13 years old, wolght
about 1,200 pounds, branded as above.
Ono bay mare about 15 years old, weight
about 1,100 pounds, branded us above.
Ono bay mare about 16 yenrs old, weight
about 1,150 pounds, loft front foot cut In
barbed wire, no brands.
8-15-5t 8. J. Wilson.
'SVW TRaxvAs 0 SflimW &ud
DIPPING VATS, i
YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED.
ONE DOOR NORTH OF
i"7''lriiHII i"l i III
S. S. AOIIESOX.
F. M. Kniqht, Ties. O. II. Connett, Cusliler. W. IT. Coubin, V. Tres.
Alliance National Bale ,
25 Incorporated. Sale, Oon.sorva.tlve. -
Capital Paid in $50,000.
DIKKOTOUS s P. M. Knight, H. V. llottlehelm, W. II. Corbln, Thos. Heck, K.W. Harris.
ES" MONEY LOANED ON APPROVED SECURITY.
W. A. Hampton, President
A. S. Reed, Vice President
First National Bank,
Capital, $50,000. - Surplus and Profits, $20,000.
Directors: W. A. Hampton. A. S.
oj JAMES DAKItY, Pres. O. U TAYLOK. V. Pros. KEITH L. PIERCE, Cashier, jo
Fiist Sfate Bcir,
r OTT HEMINGFORD.
Authorized Capital, - - - $10,000.
BOARD OK DIRECTORS;
II, R. Queen. J. H. Suiiik. James Daiiuy. Keith U Pieuok. G. L. Taylok.
oJ pr Interest paid on time doposlts. Exchange furnished on eastern banks. (
jK Loans made on good becurlty. g
A Novel Idea
That's more than a great
many grown people earn
in a year.
Few men can, after a hard year's work, put
Si, 000 away in the bank.
Yet Whittemoro Bros. & Co., tho well-known
manufacturers of high-grade Shoe Polishes, are
going to show somo boy or girl how to do just that
OWN A THOUSAND DOLLARS.
They have asked us to tell you about it, and
we're waiting to see you at our store.
'BUM' In!, I " h HB'II' li n 'I W j
J. n. JODEK.
BECK & CO.
Opera House Block.
R. M. Hampton, Cashier
G. Hampton, Ass't Cashier.
Reed E. C. Hampton. R. M Hampton.
f . 1 4.
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