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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (April 23, 1908)
The Alliance Herald.
of the City and
of any Newspaper in
CUAS. E. FORD, President.
A.'S. KEEO, Vico Prcst.
It. M. HAMPTON, Vico 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 banking- be measured by service rendered, then
the First National Bank shall take the first rank.
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furnished and we
Forest Lumber Company
W. C. HI
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New Machine Shop.
R. E. Rodgers, a practical machin
ist, lias opened up n general repair
shop in Gadsby's carpenter shop, hack
of Rogue's store. He will give special
attention to repairing automobiles, sew
ing machines, guns and all kinds of
machinery. Reasonable charges and
satisfaction guaranteed. Give him a
call. Telephone 303. i8-tf-
S. K. WARRICK, Cashier.
G. Q. HAMPTON, Asst. Cosh.
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.
await your orders
Miss litha Dewey
Teacher of Piano
Two years at Nebraska Wes
leyan. One year at Morning
side Conservatory, Sioux City.
Studio 612 Box Butte Ave.
HAS JUST RECEIVED
A CAR LOAD OF
Every Gallon Guaranteed
IT STANDS THIS CLIMATE BEST
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Office m Alliance National Dank Bik.X
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J 'Phone 391.
Shirt Wa ist Sale. Regan's
Pay cash for groceries and huv them
cheap of M. O. New.. ig. 2w
ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA? THURSDAY, APRIL
i LOCAL PARAGRAPHS.
V. C. Caviu was down from Craw
DeWitt and Vera Burko were in tho
John Barnstcad was'down fromlHcin
T. H, Barnes mado a business trip
to Denver this week.
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs.
G. P. Guirc Tuesday morning.
Editor Burleigh of the Hcmingford
Journal was in tho city Tuesday.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Phil Pulmau,
Friday, April 17, a bright baby girl.
C. C. Jarnccson and W. G. Comstock
were up from Ellsworth yesterday.
Harry Nelson has engaged in the
painting and paper hanging business.
A baby boy arrived at the homo of
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Armour Thursday
Mrs. Rcardon is visiting her daugh
ter, Marie, and son Joe in Omaha this
W. N. Corneal has returned from a
business trip to Lincoln and Minne
apolis. Miss Rose Trumblo arrived Sunday
from Chicago and is visiting Alliance
The W. C. T. U. will meet with Mrs.
M. O. Joder Friday afternoon at 3
Mr. and Mrs. Emory Abley of Non
pareil precinct were Alliance visitors
John Nikont, a Lawn precinct stock
man, transacted business in Alliance
Dr. L. S.Campbell went to Crawford
Tuesday to inspect stock which are be
J. B. Kniest of Tho Herald left last
Friday night for a visit of two weeks at
Victor Johnson expects to leave Boon
for a month's visit with his brother at
Lo3t Cabin, Wyo.
Mrs. S. A. Brown of Hcmingford
was the guest ot her daughter, Mrs. A.
L. Donovan, Sunday.
P. J. Clatterbnck has moved to Mars
land where he will engage in the real
estate and insurance business,
Geo. W. Duncan of Fort Morgan,
Colo., is spending a few days with rela
tives and friends in Alliance.
Charlie Tully returned to Alliance
Tuesday after an absence of ten days
at his ranch and at Rushville.
John Jelinek, a well known stockman
of Runningwater precinct, had business
at the county capital Monday.
On Friday afternoon the members
of the Woman's club will meet at the
home of Mrs. M. E. Johnson.
J. O. Thomas of the Alliance shoe
store made a busines3 trip to Kansas
City the fore part of the week.
Miss Frances Nolan entertained a
number of her young friends to a six
o'clock dinner Sunday evening.
Several members of the Hagerty
family were up from Bridgeport to
spend Easier with their parents.
A. E. Wheeler, a son on Mrs. Ella
Haynes, arrived Tuesday from Dallas,
Texas, to make his mother a visit.
J. E. Ryan of Oshkosh had business
in the metropolis Monday. He reports
times flourishing in tho Platte valley.
Leo Frohnapfel and daughter and C.
J. Whelau of Hcmingford attended the
K. C. ball in Alliance Monday evening.
Mrs. R.M. Blood of Mitchell has been
visiting her mother and other relatives
and friends in Alliance for several days
J. N. Sturgeon has bought back the
transfer and express business which he
disposed of a few weeks ago to W. S.
K. L. Pierce and family autoed down
from Hcmingford Sunday and visited
Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Hunter, returing
The city schools had a half holiday
Arbor day and the time was aspcnt by
teachers and pupils in planting trees on
the school grounds.
G. M. Barnes, an optician from
Omaha, who practiced his profession
in Alliance a couple days the latter part
of the week, was arrested Saturday
evening for refusing to pay a license.
He was fined $10.
Mrs. R. D. Richards and Miss Jen
nio Adams of Crawford, visited Al
liance friends last Friday.
G. W. Loer, former county com
missioner! from the second district, has
business in Alliance today,
L. F. McCarthy, J. J. Smith, C. C.
Davison and C. D. Rouse are among
tho Hcmingforditcs in Alliance today,
Rev. Dr. Bogue attended tho Box
Presbytery at Mitchell Saturday and
Sunday. Ho dolivcrcd tho address
E M. Todd of Omaha was in Aili
anco Tuesday on his return from tho
Platte valley whero ho accompanied a
party of land seekers.
Dick Watkins was a passenger last
night for Excelsior Springs, Mo., and
expects to spend a few weeks at that
famous health resort.
The Allianco Fire department will
give a ball In tho Phclan opera house
next Monday night, April 27, to which
everybody is invited.
Jake Waso, who has been employed
at Bucchscustein's cigar factory for
several years, loft Tuesday night for a
visit at Columbus, his former home,
Lcgcno Barnes of Long Beach, Cali.,
met his father, T. H. Barnes, in Denver
this week and accompanied him homo
Wednesday for a short visit here.
The ball given by the Knights of
Columbus in the Phclan opera house
Monday night was well attended and a
general good time was had by everyone
Mr. and Mrs. G. L. McCullough of
Omaha, are spending a. few days in the
city. Mr. McCullough is traveling
salesman for the Crcston, (la.) Disin
Mrs, McMillan of Marsland attended
Presbytery in tho Platte1 valley this
week. She stopped in Alliance both
going and returning and visited her
friend Mrs. J. A. Hunter.
Fritz Boncss and Win. Scidler left
last Friday morning for a trip to Edge
mont and other western points. Mr.
Boness expected to visit with his sister,
Minnie, at Edgeinont a couple of days.
A baby boy arrived at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Percy Cogswell Saturday.
Mother and child aro getting along sat
isfactorily and Percy well, that smile
from car to ear speaks louder than
Ira Reed and J. E. Rice shipped a
car of horses to Casper and Lander,
Wyo., Tuesday, having purchased the
animals in Box Butte and Dawes coun
ties. This is the first shipment from
this vicinity to market west of here that
has come under our observation.
The newly formed social organiza
tion known as the Mary Janes" were
entertained at a three-course luncheon
at nine o'clock Easter morning by the
Misses Myrtle and Alice Carlson. The
decorations were very tasteful and a
very nice time was had by all present.
Mike Elmore arrived in the city this
morning from New York and will spend
a short time looking after business in
terests, visiting relatives and renewing
acquaintances with his hosts of friends.
He drove out to his Snake Creek ranch
today, accompanied by his sou John.
R. G. Fleming and family took their
departure Sunday night for Chippewa
Falls, Wis., where they expect to reside
in the future. Mr. Fleming has been
in tho employ ot F. J. Betzold for
several years and was regarded as a
reliable man. Mrs. Fleming and chil
dren will visit at Missouri Valley, Iowa,
for a short time.
Miss McCorkle gave a musical at her
home last Friday evening in which
twenty-one of her pupils participated
and all showed the careful training they
have received. There were about sixty
guests present and that a most enjoy
able evening was spent there is no
doubt. The McCorkle home was beau
tifully decorated in pink and green,
presenting a pleasing appearance. Deli
cious refreshments were served.
Dr. Allen will leave Sunday morning
for southern California where his family
has spent the winter and will accom
pany him home about a month hunce.
This will be the first vacation that the
doctor has taken in years and that he
has earned and will appreciate it, there
is no doubt. He may return by way of
Portland and Seattle. Not being able
to secure competent help, Dr. Allen's
dental office will be closed during his
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
Mrs. Davis returned this week from
an extended visit in Milwaukee.
John Burns and Miss Ticrnan of
Malinda are Allianco visitors today.
Mr, and Mrs. Applegarthot Hyannis
wcro in Alliance Saturday and Sunday.
Pay cash for groceries and buy them
cheap of M. O. New. ig-2w
Mr. and Mrs. Chris Hansen ot Non
pareil precinct are Alliance visitor to
day. Misses AttitfSnow and Nina Boysen
spent Easter with Mrs. Snow's parents
Mrs. Leonard Sampy and daughter,
Mrs. B. U. Shepherd, are visitors in
the qjtyjaday. ,.., ...
Arthur Bartlett, U. S. deputy mar
shal, 13 down from Chadrou today on
J. B. Gray returned today from a
visit of several days at Omaha, Lin
coln and Carroll, Iowa.
Miss Anna Alyward wcut to Hcming
ford yesterday aud will spend a few
days at the Burlew home.
As we go to press this afternoon" we
are having a good rain. Get out your
umbrellas and let 'er come.
The Ladies Guild of the Episcopal
church was pleasantly entertained by
Mrs. J. Kridclbaugh this week.
A stranger who purloined an over
coat at the Hila Grand Tuesday was
fined Sio and costs by Judge Bullock.
J. N. Brewer, a Crawford business
man, was in the city today. Mr. Brewer
reports tfmes pretty good in our sister
The Passion Play at the Crystal this
week is drawing big crowds and every
body who has witnessed the production
is highly pleased.
A. T. Hemingway, general manager
of the Forest Lumber company, is here
from Kansas City looking after tho
compauy's interests in Alliance.
Tho Forthnightly club met at the
home of Mrs. A. S. Reed last Saturday
night. After the business session, the
time was passed pleasnntly with various
games and refreshments were served.
Mrs. E. C. Olday who expects to leave
soon for Boulder, Colo., was presented
with a handsome souvenir spoon.
Miss Inice McCorkle departed Tues
day morning for Texico, New Mexico,
where she will visit a few weeks with
Mrs. Ed Bettlehcim, - nee War
mi. Mr. and Mrs. Bettlehcim were
former residents of this Alliance. Miss
McCorkle will visit other southern
points of interest aud no doubt will
have a pleasant vacation.
Miss Etha Dewey, of Lincoln, 'ar
rived in Alliance this morning. Miss
Dewey is a teacher of instrumental
music and has opened a studio at the
residence of Mrs. Reed, 612 Box Butte
avenue. She was a student for two
years at the Nebraska Wesleyan uni
versity and spent one year at tho Morn
ingside conservatory, Sioux City. See
card in this issue.
aro Residents of Allianco .
, 1 f
Its Own Resources
and No Branch Banks
F. W. HARRIS, Cashier -S.
FICKELL, Assistant Cashier
Auction Sale of Jacks.
H. C. Holt and sons of Kearney,
Neb,, will havo a sale of ten Kentucky
strin of Jacks in Alliance, Saturday,
May 2. ThcBo Jacks aro two and
three years old and aro fine animals,
bred and raised at Kearney and aro
guaranteed sure foal getters. Tho
Messrs. Holt aro known as reliable
people and those contemplating buying
a Jack cannot afford to miss this sale.
We urge all farmers and stockmen to
come in and get interested in the mulo
business as wo all know that mules
means money, CnA monoy means hap
piness. Come and get a Jack for little
j.inoney ,as -thoJast .bid will take the
animal. They are brought hero to sell
and not to invoice. Remember tho
date, Saturday, May 2.
Chris Abbott and Mr. McKelveyof
Crawford aro Alliance visitors today.
The board of county commission
ers convened today for a short session.
Mules will make you money. Talk
with the Holts who will sell ten splen
did Jacks at Allianco, Saturday, May 2.
Mrs. W. A. Hampton returned to
her home in Denver Monday after a
pleasant visit here with relatives and
E. M. Shroyer and Miss Rena B.
Cradit, both of Cheyenne county, were
married in Alliance last Thursday bv
Mrs. Peto Swanson, Mrs. Thompson,
Mrs. John Michael aud Miss Mabel
Michael all of Hcmingford were shop
with our merchants today.
Ed Eldred returned from his trip, to
the coast. He met several former Alli
ance people, among them being Thos.
Beck and Capt. Corbin, both of whom
are in very poor health.
Every dollar spent in painting your
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 the real genuine satisfaction giv
GEO. J. HAND, M. D.
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT
Eyes Tested and Glasses Fitted.
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