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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 26, 1902)
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B. A M. TIME TABLE.
Passenger train leave Ilcmlngford, dally,
No. 4lf west... P: 40a.m. 1 No. 42, cast,. .3:44 p.m.
All regular trains carry passenRcrs,
Leo Brandlo was In town Tuesday.
Mrs. Vcrmlliou In visiting Mrs. K.
Agnes Esancy returned from Coun
cil Bluffs Sunday.
Glenn Pierce has been ill with
croup for a f ow days.
William Culver of Marplo was in
Miss Graco Wheeler wont to Denver
Friday to study music.
A. 0. Whlcher shipped another car
of liorses to Iowa Friday.
Tim Morrlssoy shipped a car of
sheep to Omaha Saturday. .
llcnnett Curtis of Canton was a
Ilcmlngford visitor Tuesday.
Mrs. Earnest left for Denver Mon
day to bo pone for some time.
Miss Kate llano spent a day or two
this week with Miss Mnry Iicrncall.
John Curran was in Ilcmlngford a
couple of days tho first of the week.
Rev. Schultz came homo Moodny.
He and his wife had been to Valentino
for a few days.
-Alonzo Sherwood nttended a meeting
of the board of directors of the Chadron
academy lost week.
G. W. Wnlsner df Sheridan, Wyo.,
has been visiting friends and looking
after real estate In this vicinity for a
Rev Garnefifl returned Friday from
an extended visit to Lead and points
enrouto Monday, making an inspection
trip. Ho has numerous congregations
In both South Dakota and Montana, as
well an in Nebraska, no spent somo
time in tho vicinity of Capital, Mont. ,
W. K. Iicrncall returned Tuesday
from his trip to Omaha. He has rented
tho building next door south from the
post ofllco which K. L. Pierce rccontly
, purchased from T. J. O'Kcefo. Mr.
Iicrncall will move his stock to tho
new location. Ho will bo there perma
nently. In a letter wo received from E. C.
Sheldon ho says: "Wo aro in Oregon
and don't like it here nt nil. 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 all of Oregon that we
havo scon and wo have traveled over
200 miles by stage.
Rev, J. F. Youngman leaves this
week for Central City, S. D where ho
goes as a missionary worker and we
are sure tho best wishes of a host of
Ins and his estimable wife's friends
go with them to their now field of
labor and wo hopu that it may prove
to be a blcsslug to both himself and
his hearers, Harrison Press-Journal.
Considerable dissatisfaction is be
ing expressed, by some our citizens
over tho route of road No. 43, of which
publication was made last week in the
Heham). Tho route is live miles along
tho road running south from town,
then three miles cast, then a mile
south, and then a mile east to tho 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 n6l look like treating a petition
to sidetrack It In this manner. Sub
stantially tho sumo route to Berea Is
already laid out. By going six miles
south and thence directly cast tho
tho same point is reached without ad
ditional travel. Wonder why we can't
have published at least the route called
for In tho petition?
llox lluttc News.
Mrs. Will Banks has been on the
tho sick list for the past week.
Frank Mrachck took a load of water
melons to Alliance last Thursday.
Ed Wildy was through this neighbor
hood Thursday looking for beef
'Gene Hall bought fifty-five head of
calves belonging to tho V. E. Hall es
tate, paying 814 a head.
Superintendent Baumgardner visited
the Box Butte school Friday and found
everything satisfactory with nine pu
pils in attendance.
Frank Caha lost a fine roaro that
took sick and died a few days ago.
Arthur Bass purchased a' new set of
hirness while In Hemlngford Satur
day. Rev. Herbert Rudd held religious
services at Canton of evenings during
George E. Zimmerman and Fred, hio
son, and Mrs. Lizzie Bright were in
Hemlngford Saturday. ,
W. M. Green and lady of Chadron
paBsed through these parts Friday en
routo to Scottsbluff where they will
visit with friends n, week or ten days.
Miss Clara Phelps of Holmont has
been employed to teach tho Clayton
school on Snake Creek,
Misses Mary and Anglo Hickcy left a
few days ugo for Gretna, where they
will bo In school this winter.
Sinco our last issue Misses Edith
Broshar and Aggie Moravek havo been
on the 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 nent residence.
Wo learn that Miss Ora Clayton will
leave tho 28th Inst, for Alliance whoro
she will attend school this winter. Wo
regret to lose Miss Ora from our midst
and from our Sunday school as shots
one of our teachers and our organist.
Queer "OrnuRO Blossoms," These.
Spcnrfish. S. D Sept. i .Cards are out
announcing tho comintr marriage of Dr.
Bernard F, Bcttlehctm of Alliance, Neb.,
and Miss Florence Keats of Spearfish,
which will( occur Sept. iG. Dr. Bettle
helm is assistant surgeon for the Burling
ton railroad company, and tho bridc-to-Ns
is tho daughter of Henry Keets, tho well
known cattle and real estate owner and ex
mayor of Spearfish. She is a graduate of
me siaio normal nero, 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
moat charming daughters.
Tho couplo referred tp in the nbovo
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
tho afternoon train of Saturday, August
9, and tho doctor proceeded to the office of
the county judge where ho procured the
license, and about an hour later they were
married by Rev. Geo, F. Williams -of tho
Presbyterian church, then left town on
the first outgoing train. They requested
both the 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. The
bride was a very handsome young lady.
Seward (Neb.) Independent-Democrat.
Mrs. W.O. Cavin, of Crawford, died last
Saturday in tho Grand Island hospital as
the result of an operation performed for
a chronic trouble with which sho 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., the home of her girlhood
and where her remains wore laid away
last Sunday, She was possessed of
a cheerful disposition and enjoyed a large
circle ot friends. The bereaved husband
and daughter. Virgil, haue the bympathy
Window bhades, all sizes up to sixty
three inches in width, always in stock.
We put them up for you if so desired.
PrzlcstoBc Drawn nt Norton's.
On each cash purchase of gi.oo a
ticket will be given which will entitle
the holder to a chanco in tho following
prises valued at S250.00, drawing to
take placo New Year's ovo:
Town lot JS100 00
Shetland pony.saddle and bridle 55 00
Sewing machine . ., 45 Qo
Gold watch and chain 25 00
Arm chair 800
Pair wool blankets . , 6 50
Dress pattern 5 00
Pair shoes 3 50
Gloves 2 00
Pair gold cuff buttons . , 1 00
Total ,.,.55250 00
W. W. Norton.
REl'OUr OP THE CONDITION OV
The First State Bank
CHARTER NO. 035.
Incorporated, nt HemlnKford, In tho Statoof
Nebraska, at the clone of lnnlnoaB Sep
tember 15, 1WM.
I.oatir nml discounts 813,010.03
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured.,.. '3S9.W1
KiunUuro mill fixtures 4MXO0
Current oxpousos and uxos paid 733.48
Duo from uutlonnl. Imuks , lS.BSJ.hS
Total cash on hand. ., S,57ioo
Capital (dock paid iu $5,100.00
Individual deposits enhjort to check.. 21,115.08
Demand cortftlcates of deposit 55.00
Timo certltlcates ot deposit 1,347.00
Cashier's checks outstanding 4H.60
llllls payable 1,00.00
STATE OF NEBHABKA.)
COUNTY OP BOX BUTTE, J
I, Keith It. Pierce, cashier of tho nlme
named bank, do solemnly swear that the above
etaU-ment is correct ami a true copy of the ro
purt made to the .lat Banking board.
Keith I.. PiEnCE, Cashier.
II. It. Green, i m,.,
o , i , James Uahbt. f Direcl0r8
Subscribed and sworntobeforo inothla 22th.
day of September, WU2. (5. A. Bnui.EW,
IsBAi, Notary Public,
Notico to Creditors.
In County Court In and for Box Butto coun
ty, Nebraska, 9Q, in the mutter of tho es
tttto of Dennis Carpenter, deceased.
To the creditors of said estate:
l You aro hereby notified that I will sit tit tho
county courtroom la Alllanco in said county
on the 7th day of March, 1003, to receive uny
exuinlno all claims atrutnst Mild estuto with a
view to their adjustment and allowance. Tho
time limited for presentation of claims ujrulnst
said estate Is six months from the -ml day of
K'pteraber. A.D lltt.'. and tho time llmlteoTfor
thepaniont of debts Is one jour fronibuld
2nd day of Septembor, 1002.
Witness my hand and seal of said county
court this !nd day of September, 1003.
A true copy. d. K, Hpaciit,
ISEAii County Judge.
Prlzo Contest Closes Boon.
Tho Burlington Route's prlzo contest
for tho best 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. Ask tho Bur
lington Routo agent for full particu
lars or write J. Fiuhcis,
General Passenger Agent,
Any stock of harness (n stock or made
to order. Clouoii & CollIns.
Sheriff's Sate of Bucks.
The sheriff of Sioux county will sell
ninety head of thoroughbred and high grado
bucks at auction at the ranch of W. R.
Harris in Sioux county, Nebraska, on
Monday, October 6, at 10 a. m.
REPORT OF TUB CONDITION OP
The Alliance National Bank,
CHARTER NO. 5(07.
At Alliance, In the State Of Nebraska, at
the close of business September 15, I0OJ,
Loans nnd discounts $ 140,399.83
uvcrdraf tftvSccured and unsecured. . 5,107.27
IT. H. bonds toHecuroolrculatlon.... 12.600.00
Premlunwon U. 8. IJonds 253,00
Blinking house, furnitures uiul llx-
turen . 7,000.00
Duo from Nut'l Hanks (not reserve
Duo from npproved rescrvo agents. . 0,M)7.78
Uhecks and other cash Items 105.40
KrnctlonaV paper currency, nickels
undconts ' 7.G3
LAWFtJI, MONET nEBEKVE IN HANK VIZ :
Kt-dumntion fund wit 1 u. . Treas
urer (5 per cent of circulation) ... 023.00
Capital stock paid
Murmus 1 una ........
National banknotes outstanding...,
Duo to other National Hunks
Duo to State Hanks and Hunkers....
Individual denosttssubleetto cheek
Demand certificates ordeposlt 8.015.H!
Time ccrtlllcntes-of deposit 48,W3.0Q
STATE OP NEBRASKA, I...
County of llox uctte. j "
I, O. II. Connott. cashier of tho above
named bank, do solemnly swear that tho
above statement is truo to the best of my
knowledgo and belief.
V. II. Connett, Cashier.
y. M. Knight, I
F. W. llAimis, J-Dlroctors.
Subscribed and sworn to boforu mo thlsUOth
day of September, 1002.
heal, William Mitchell,
My commission explras Juno 14, 1007,
! Forest Lumber Co. I
S Bu4,v$ TNX.&ev&V
Estimates Cheerfully jjiven-
WE MAKE ALL
AND A SPECIAL
I SICOK TANKS,
Dierks' Lumber! Coal Co.
CoaV atvii "30ooo.
We Can Also Make You
a Loan In the
Nebraska Central Building and Loan Association
SO AS TO HELP YOU GET A HOME.
B. dc M. HOTEL.
G. A. WHITE, Proprietor.
&00& !oaT& aw& CUatv, ComovabUB-ooms.
WE AIM TO PLEASE.
Opp. KCilo. Grrarxd,
Alliance Bowling Alley,
W. S. RIDGELL, Proprietor.
u)tt frs 6ctv6& Ke T&e,nes, CXeauest awd'BesV
Appointed Amusement Place in the West,
and Invite All to Call. Ladies
Bowling, Billiards and Pool.
CIGARS, TOBACCOS AND
For a Full
That Can't He Real
Q weens ware,
! 1 Motors
8ttv vvVw VVWTV VVTV'tVtvi
Taken up by tho subscribed on his enclosed
land In section 25, township 24, range 48 in
Box IJutto county:
Ono crny maro 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 nnd sloping toward tho diamond nt
the top on tho left shoulder,
Ono gray maro about 13 years old, weight
about 1,200 pounds, branded us above.
Ono bay maro nlxmt 15 years old, weight
about 1,100 pounds, branded us above.
Ono bay maro about 18 years old, weight
about 1,150 pounds, left front foot cut In
barbed wire, no brands.
8-l5-5t 8. J. Wilson.
31M TSaw&s 0 SfliimW &w& i
DIPPING VATS. !
YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED.
ONE DOOR NORTH OF
fTftintf 4-r etimit
? m iim :k i.flxii
ir vftaw VMM
& TH0S. 0LSEN,
hi lltll 1FTTT BiHMUM " III
W. 8. AOtlKSON.
F. M. Kniuht, Trcs.
O. U. Connett, Cnsltlcr.
Alliance National Bak ,
2S Incorporated. Sale. Oonsorvattve. - -
Capital Paid in $50,000.
DIKEOTOUS ; P. M. Knight, II. P. Uottlclielm, W. II. Corbln, Tlios. Ilcck, F.W. Harris.
tST aiONEY LOANED ON APPROVED SECURITY.
V. A. Hampton, President
A. S. Rebd, Vice President
First ' National Bank,
Capital, $50,000. - Surplus and Profits, $20,000.
Directors: W. A. Hampton. A. S.
S JAMES BAKUY, Pres. G. U TAYLOR. V. Pres. KEITH L. PIEROE, Oa&hlor. jo
iifs Sfctt Bciqij,
Authorized Capital, - - - $10,000.
BOARD OK DIRECTORS:
H, It. QnEEN. J. n. Siiiuk. James IUititv. Keith lb Pieroe. O. I. Taylok.
tar" Interest paid on time deposits.
Ixmns mudo on good iccurlty.
A Novel Idea
That's more than a great
many grown people earn
in a year. ...t
can, after a hard year's work, put 2
pi, 000 away in tne bank.
Yet Whittemoro Bros. & Co., the well-known
manufacturers of high-Brade Shoe Polishes. are
" " ovy duuiu uuy ui Kin now 10 uo lust inai
OWN A THOUSAND DOLLARS.
They havo asked us to tell you about it, and W
we're waiting to see you at our store. p
1. . !1 l... A J i il k.
MHUU M4W4 Us
J. E. JODER
BECK & CO.
Opera House Block.
W. II. ConuiN, V. Tres.
R. M. Hampton, Cashier
G. Hampton, Ass't Cashier.
Reed E. C. Hampton. It. M Hampton.
,11 . rr
Exclianco furnished on eastom imnu S.
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