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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (April 16, 1908)
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ALLIANCE. BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA S THURSDAY, APRIL 16, IU08
CHAS. E. 10111), President.
A.'S. KI'M), Vice Prcst.
K. M. HAMPTON', Vice Prcs.
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 banking1 be measured by service rendered, then
the First National Bank shall take the first rank.
A JOYFUL EASTER TO ALL !
The weather is spring-like and warm and you will
want to be in style on that day. To do this you should
buy your new Easter hat of
who has the latest styles and this week is positively
giving 25 per cent off on goods of this kind. It's a
bargain for you. Come and see for yourself.
Just received stock "flerry Widow" Sailors,
furnished and we await your orders
Forest Lumber Company
W. C. HIBBS, flgr.
S. K. WAItltICK, Cnslilcr.
O. Q. HAMPTON, Asst. Cnsh.
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.
For Men and Ladies
New Machine Shop.
R. E. Rodgers, a practical machin
ist, has opened up a general repair
shop in Gadsby's carpenter shop, back
of Bogue's store. He will give special
attention to repairing automobiles, sew
ing machines, guns and all kinds of
machinery. Reasonable charges and
patisfaction guaranteed. Give him a
call. Telephone 303. i8-tf
( LOCAL PARAGRAPHS.
Mrs. Jerry Rowan is reported quite
E. J. Barry's health is very poorly
J. W. Guthrie returned Monday from
a trip to Omaha,
C. A. Newberry returned this morn
ing from Lincoln.
Mrs. W. D. Rumcr entertained the
l E. O, Tuesday.
T. H. Barnes made a business trip
to Omaha this week.
Frank Connor of Box Butto is spend
the week in Alliance.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Phclan returned
yesterday from Denver.
Mrs. Barnett entertained the V. C.
T. U. Tuesday afternoon.
F. C. and Cootc Mulloy were in from
their ranch over Sunday.
Isaac Rockcy of Hcininfortl, has
business in Alliance today,
Ira Reed went to Sheridan, Wyo.,
Saturday, returning Sunday night.
H. G. Furinan, a well known stock
man of Dawes county, is in the city to
day. Mrs. Everett Eldred, of Orlando, is
a guest at the Newberry home this
L. T. Poole of tho McGogy-Poole
Trading Co., Marsland, is in the city
The Ladies Guild of the Episcopal
church met with Mrs. Eubanks Wed
nesday. Floyd Johnson came in from Lincoln
this morning for a short visit with his
Mrs. Ben Price catne down from
Hemingford Tuesday evening, return
ing on 41 Wednesday.
N. L. Beers, a well-known fanner
living near Crawford, transacted busi-'
ness in Alliance Tuesday.
William Manion from the country
northeast spent a couple of days in Al
liance the first of the week.
Charlie Evans and Luther Clark of
Marsland, transacted business in Al
liance the first of the week.
The Ladies Union of the First Pres
byterian church will meet with Mrs.
Barnett Wednesday afternoon.
Oscar L. Chad and Rosa B. Swope,
both of Crawford, were married in this
city Wednesday sorenoon, Judge Berry
Mrs. Nellie Cooper and son, Fred,
returned this morning to their home in
Sheridan alter a months' pleasant visit
with Mrs. Nellie Hillier.
Mrs, W. D. Rumer and daughter,
Miss Florence, will leave this evening
for Ord, Neb., where they will visit
Mr. and Mrs. Cass Cornell.
Mrs. I. P. Reardon expects to leave
tonight for Omaha to spend Easter with
her daughter, Miss Marie, who is at
tending a convent school there.
Mrs. J. C. Birdsell, accompanied by
her daughter, Arlene, departed Monday
evening for Buffalo, N. Y., where they
will visit with Mrs. Birdscll's sister.
The case of the State vs. Volley
Wilson which wa3 called before Jus
tice Bullock Monday, was continued
for thirty days at the request of de
fense. The city schools will no doubt at
tract many of our people next Friday
that being the time for presentation of
a program of special interests by the
Miss Alice Westover is recovering
from her recent illness nicely and be
gan giving music lessons to some of
her former pupils this week. Rushville
K. L. Pierce, cashier of the Heming
ford bank, stopped in Alliance this fore
noon on his return from a business trip
to Chicago. He was accompanied by
his son Donald.
The many friends of Mrs. F. W.
Irish will be pleased to learn that she
is improving. Mrs. Irish has been
dangerously ill since the birth of a son
Wednesday, Apiil 8.
Mr. Ira Reed, of Alliance, Neb., and
Mr. Earl Fosket, of Hemingford, Neb.,
were bberidan visitors, Sunday, the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Waisner,
at dinner. Sheridan Post,
Fraiilc Johnson, who is ill nt a hospital
in Lincoln, remains in about the same
condition. Ed. Fenner, who went to
Mr. Johnson's bedside last Thursday
returned Monday and gives this infor
mation. Nate Hart came down from Lead,
S, D., Tuesday night to look after busi
ness interests and will probably lease
his fine new building before he returns
home, Mr. Hart reports business fair
ly good in tho Black Hills.
J. R. VanBoskirk left on 41 last
Monday for ati extended trip on tho Pa
cific coast. His family is at Myrtle
Creek, Oregon, his first destination,
"Van" will make a a tour of investiga
tion throughout that region before re
turning. The Herald is pleased to announce
that R. J. Lawrence now has full
charge of tne management of the Al
liance electric company and that it is
his intention to make a material re
duction in tho price of electricity with
in a few days-
The breaking of a window glass at
the home of Mrs. Ross one night last
week frightened the family greatly and
indications point to the fact that some
one' is anxious to get behind the bars
of the city jail for a period of time for
Those who were summoned to Lin
coln Tuesday as witnesses in the fed
eral court in the Ashbrook caso re
turned this morniug. It is stated that
none of them gave any material evi
dence and it is the general opinion
that no convictiou will be had.
Mrs. Louiso Brewster, who has been
a compositor in this office for several
months has accepted a position with
Mr. and Mrs. Prouty, view photograph
ers. Mrs. iirewster is very emctent
help in a printing office and her ser
vices will doubtless prove valuable in
the photo business.
M. A. Brown, the genial stockman of
Sheridan county, spent a couple of
days in Alliance the first of the week.
By the way, we heard a handsome
young lady of Alliance say that "It
must be lonely for a bachelor like Mr.
Brpwu, who was raised in Chicago, to
live alone on a ranch."
Sunday at the Baptist church, G. C.
Jeffers, pastor. Sunday school at ten
o'clock. Subject of the morning dis
course, "Ho is Risen." In the even
ing, an Easter program will be ren
dered by members of the Sunday
school. Midweek prayer service Thurs
day evening. A welcome to all services.
John A. Wilson went to Lincoln last
Saturday night where his wife is at St.
Elizabeth's hospital for medical and
surgical treatment. Mrs. Wilson is in
a serious condition and it will require
the best skill and care to overcome her
ailment, a condition that many friends
of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson in this section
will anxiously look for.
Prof. Williams, of our high school,
has accepted a position nt Alliance as
instructor and athletic director at a sal
ary of $85.00 per month. Chadron
people will dread to have him go, for
he has done excellent work in our
schools for two years, but we congratu
late the Alliance people on their good
fortune. Chadron Journal.
Amos Rickel went to Alliance Mon
day night to assume the duties of
night baggageman. Ho served in the
capacity of baggageman at the depot
in this city long enough to know how
to wreck a Saratoga without a slip or
bat of an eye, and thus promotion in
his chosen occupation has speedily fol
lowed. Broken Bow Republican.
J. W. Thomas, of the Nebraska
Land company, left Tuesday night for
Omaha and expects to spend some time
iu the eastern part of the state. His
son, Lloyd C. Thomas, who is travel
ing salesman for the Oliver Typewriter
company, will be associated with the
company after this week. In the
meantime, his wife is attending to the
Master Fred Cooper entertained a
number of little ones yesterday at the
home of his grandma, Mrs. Hillier, to
an Easter party. The little sprites of
humanity enjoyed the occasion just as
well as grown people. They had all
kinds of toothsome dainties that ap
peal especially to the younger genera
tion and they indulged in the same to
the extent that the laws of digestion
Alliance National Bank
CAPITAL STOCK PAID IIS
State, County, City and School Depository
All Its Officers and Directors
Stands Squarely on
Has No Borrowed Honey
F. M. KNIGHT, President
W. H. CORBIN, Vice-President
I arlJQ .Snirc A showing of good clothes will be
i-,ciuicb ouits madc thi9 Easter Easter comes late
and every one haa an opportunity to purchase just the
right garments. If there are any who have delayed, we
invite them to this store. We are showing a line that is
first in style, fit, service and dj 1 C 1. (hCiC
satisfaction. q) I J lO ipJ?J
Skirts e are suow'n8" a
fill fX ftlO MOCtmcf
Panamas, Wool Taffetas and
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rWaWo A beautiful line ofcW.aistS ?n.Sil!cJSretflS.wiss
. JJLb Batiste and Percales. Sea- ' . , Z
son's latest creations, all
Suitings " Y0U iave not Purcnased the material for
. 2 your Easter irown, we invite you to inspect
this sunerb line of suitintrs in Eincv Strings. Chnrlra.
Panamas, Voiles, Ccrduras,
' Oxfords -very wman who appreciates good shoes
! will fall in love with our line of Snrinp- I
I Oxfords. No chafing at the heel or cramping at the heel.
' Every detail so perfectly worked out as to a.
; make the finished product
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HAS JUST RECEIVED
A CAR LOAD OF
Every Gallon Guaranteed
IT STANDS THIS CLIMATE BEST
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Office in Alliance National Dank Dlk.l
Over Postoffice. ?
'Phone 391, i
are Residents of Allianco
Its Own Resources
and No Branch Banks
F. W. HARRIS, Cashier
S. FICKELL, Assistant Cashier
vcry large line of Skirts in x
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colors. OC to ipO
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perfect. . $Z tO !p J
wc have just opened a t
complete new line of these t
iu nave you loorc mem over.
Every dollar spent in painting your
house and sheds and fence this sprit);
will make it look 100 dollars better,
last longer and give you a degree of
pleasure never experienced before.
Come here and select your paint if you
want the real genuine satisfaction giv
. GEO. J. HAND, M. D.
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT
Eyes Tested and Glasses Titled.
Shirt Waist Sale. Regan's.
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