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ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA! THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 1908
CIIAS. E. FORD, President.
A.'S. HKIiD, Vlco Prcst.
R. .M. HAMPTON, Vlco Pros.
S. K. WARRICK, Cnslilcr.
G. O. HAMPTON, Asst. Cnsh.
First National Bank
CAPITAL - - $50,000.00
SURPLUS and PROFITS $34,000.00
OUR POLICY: Courtesy and Conservatism
The First National Bank has no clients but
its customers and no interests to conserve
but those of its clients.
It will render any service of a financial na
ture which any Individual or Corporation
may properly desire.
If success in banking be me'asured by service rendered, then
the First National Bank shall take the first rank.
m ' " -
that the most exacting
people speak well of our
That's worth something
It's conclusive proof
that our timber must
possess many good
qualities, otherwise we
would not be favored
with so many orders.
furnished and we await your orders
Forest Lumber Company
W. C. HI BBS, flgr.
"DRY" VOTERS SHOWER
THE BALLOT BOXES
Tuesday's Municipal Election Brings
Out Largest Vote Ever Polled in
Alliance More than One Hundred
Majority Against Saloon License.
The question of saloons or no saloons
was paramount in the election last
Tuesday, and from the opening of the
polls to the close of the same, nt 7
o'clock p. in., the campaign was kept
up to the highest pitch. The fight
seemed to be all one way from external
appearances and it was the "dry" ele
ment that made the mo3t active cam
paign. They were out in force and hao
arranged a compact and comprehensive
campaign in every detail. Two auto
mobiles with flying banners bearing the
inscriptions "Alliance is Going Dry,"
"A Dry Town Makes Happy Homes,"
etc., flaunted in the moist atmosphere,
which prevailed at the time, and seem
ed to be the tauntings of a "wet"
weather man. The saloon men too,
were on the streets all day working
but it was evident to most of them
from 'the start that their fight was
a hopeless one.
The contest for mayor was
handed at the start of the
about noon, the name of F.
was brought forth without
edge, with the result that Mr. Harris
showed himself a strong man. But
for the fact of C. C. Smith's pop
ularity ho would have been a close
second. Mr. Smith's vote in the First
ward was 244 and in the Second 146.
Mr. Harris received 82 in the First
ward and 77 in the Second.
For city treasurer, Chas. Brennan
'had a complete walkaway. Out ol C44
votes he secured 504, thus attesting
his worth as a public officer while coun
ty treasurer, from which office he retired
For councilman in the First ward C.
A. Newberry was elected, being "tlfe
only candidate in the field. In the
Second ward, C. L. Drake was pitted
against E. M. Martiu for councilman
but the popularity of Mr. Martin as
councilman was attested by a majority
The question on licensing saloons
was opposed in tho First ward by a vote
of 221 against 149. In the Second
ward the "drys" polled 150 votes
against 117, making a majority of 105
against tho granting of license.
The temperance ladies served hot
coffee and sandwiches all day at the
Darling store and 1 1 nguo's hnrdwnro es
tablishment and it is said that they had
a large patronage their motto being
"quick sales and no profits," but when
the result of tho election was announced
tho ladies felt satisfied with their day's
The Election Elsewhere.
License carried in Lincoln by Icsb
than 200, but saloons will bo open only
during the day, irom 7 a. 111 to 7 p. m.
The civic league announces that the
fight will be kept up till the saloons go.
The excise board revoked two licenses
Where anti-saloon men won: Tecum
sell, Tckatnah, Holdrcge, Wymore.
Syracuse, Auburn, Wood River, Ar
lington, Kennard, Friend, Ravenna,
David City, Blue Hill, Bladen, Upland,
Hildrcth, Alma, Clarks, Juniata, Ken
esaw, Clay Center, Inland, Osceola,
Beatrice, Nelson, Shubert, Dawson,
Broken Bow, Fairmont, Blair, Homer.
Where the saloon men woniKcarney,
Greenwood, Silver Creek, Humboldt,
Miudcu, Holstein, Nebraska City, Fair
bury, Tobias, Dunbar, Utica, Red
Cloud, Campbell, Lawrence, Seward,
Exeter, Sutton, Roseland, Sterling,
Grafton, Superior, Stella, Vcrdon,
Plainvicw, Arapahoe, Harvard, Indi
KILLING AT CRAWFORD
Alliance National Rank
Or ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA
CAPITAL STOCK PAID IIS
State, County, City and School Depository
All Its Officers and Directors are Residents of Alliance -
Stands Squarely on Its Own Resources
Has No Borrowed Honey and No Branch Banks
F. M. KNIGHT, President
W H. CORBIN, Vice-President
F. W. HARRIS, Cashior
S. FICKELL, Assistant Cashior
Negro and White Soldiers Mix and
Five of Uncle Sam's Men
There was great excitement at Craw
ford Tuesday night when a negro shot
five white soldiers, killing two and
bD.ily wounding the other three. LuBt
night the soldiers from the post went
to town with the intention of cleaning
out the negroes, but it is reported that
all had left town. The shooting oc
curred in the proscribed district.
Shirt Waist Sale. Regan's.
DR. T. ALLEN,
Painless Extraction Lateit Methods
Shirt Waist Sale. Regan's.
RE you ready? Go!
But one thing's certain; you're not ready,
no matter where you're going, unless
you're properly dressed. The best clothes
for you to wear for any man to wear the
best clothes made, are
Hart, Schaff ner & Marx
clothes. And our store is the place where
you find them.
If you want a sack suit that .will look
right on you, you'd better see our new
Varsity models; snappiest styles ever shown.
You can get any kind of a good suit here, but
we'd like to show you the Varsity.
Prices Range from $18 to $30
This store is tho home of
Hart, Schaffner & Marx clothes
$2 to $5.
Kuppenheimer's latest styles TrT men's
clothing. These are
the latest creations
$20 to $35
TICC Just received our large line of
I IE.O Easter ties. Nobbier than ever
U ATC All the latest shapes, including
IIH 1 O the college shapesf
The famous Gordon & Ferguson make
LOW SHOES J "
Talis, Buttons, Ties'
7S 1 1 mWns Stetson Hats
$3.50 to $8.50
Copyright 1908 by Hart Schaffner & Mam
A STORE FOR MEN
HAS JUST RECEIVED
A CAR LOAD OF
Every Gallon Guaranteed
IT STANDS THIS CLIMATE BEST
j-Office in Alliance National Bank Blk.
. .. jy. ;.
Every dollar snctit in naintine vnnr
house and sheds and fence this spring
will make it look 100 dollars better,
last longer and give vou a degree of
pleasure never experienced before.
Come here and select your paint if you
want tlie real genuine satisfaction giv
GEO. J. HAND, M. D.
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT
Eyes Tested and Glasses Fitted.
Shirt Waist Sale. Regan's.
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