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ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA: THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 1908
CUAS. E. roitD. President.
A.'S. REED, Vice Prcst.
R. M. HAMITOX, 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 01 a financial na
ture which any Individual or Corporation
may properly desire.
If success to banking- be measured by service rendered, then
the First National Bank shall take the first rank.
furnished and we
Forest Lumber Company
W. C. HIBBS, Hgr.
1 - Gloves
, t - '
New Machine Shop.
K. E. Rodgers, a practical machin
ist, h.is opened up a general repair
shop in Gadsby's carpenter shop, hack
of Bogue's store. He will give special
attention to repairing automobiles, sett
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.
Q. O. HAMPTON, Asst. Cash.
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 Etha 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 in Alliance National Bank Blk.X
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Shirt Waist Sale. Regan's
Pay cash for groceries and buy them
cheap of M. O. New. ig-2w
X LOCAL PARAGRAPHS.
Mrs. E. C. Olday bid adieu to Alii,
ance friends Tuesday morning and
started for Boulder, Colo., where Mr.
Olday is now employed, and will make
their home in that city.
Robert Graham went out to his ranch
Sunday and will stay a week or two.
Herman Peters came in from the
ranch yesterday. Herman would not
think of giving up his Maxwell auto for
his faithful pair of "buckskins" which
ho used to drive. He says all he has
to do now is to feed oil instead of oats.
Herman was always liberal with both.
Allic Mabin and Frank- Bcvan were
stockmen from the west part of the
county who had business at the county
scat tho latter part of the week,
J. H.Vaughan returned Friday from
Lexington, Mo., where he was called
three weeks ago to see his aged lather,
who passed away a few days after his
arrival. Mr. Vaughan, Sr., had reached
the ripe old age of eighty-one years and
had enjoyed good- health until a short
time before his death. He was an old
settler in that part of Missouri and was
.held in tho highest esteem by a largo
circle of friends.
For a pleasant evening's entertain
ment go to the Crystal Picture Parlors.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Grothe, Mrs.
Anna Dcitlein and Miss McHugh visited
at Ravenna Sunday, the guests of Miss
Ella Valek and other friends.
W. A. Baily, the genial and hustling
representative of the Curtice Piano Co.,
left last night for Lincoln and expects
to be gone about a week.
Eleven cars of mules consigned to
the United States army in the Philli
pines which had been feeding in transit
were loaded at the local yards last
Monday and sent speeding on their
way to our possessions across the water.
Largest stock of Rugs, Carpets, Lin
oleums, FJoor Oil Cloth and Mattings
in Alliance.- GeorD. Darling.s siare,-
Mrs. E. C. Anderson entertained the
"500" card club and their gentlemen
friends last Friday evening. Mrs.
Davis won first honors, a hand-painted
plate. Refreshments were served and
a general good time was had by those
W. D. Rumer left Monday night for
Fairfield, Iowa. Mrs. Rumer and Miss
Florence will accompany him home.
Miss Mary Krejci living Northeast of
HemingforJ died yesterday morning,
after a lingering illness of severa
months. Miss Krejci was an exempla
ry young lady and many friends will
mourn her demise. Funeral services
will be held at Hemincford Friday
morning at 10 o'clock.
Arthur S. Bent, of Hazard, arrived
in Alliance yesterday and has a car of
full-blood Hereford bulls for sale. Mr.
Bent was a resident of this county
eighteen years ago and for several
years has been engaged in the stock
business in Custer county.
J. E. Porter, a prominent attorney
of Crawford, had legal business in Al
G. W. Erb who has been a patient
in the Box Butte hospital lor a couple
of weeks, is able to be out and around
again. Mr. Erb expresses himself as
highly pleased at the results of the
treatment he received at that institu
tion and says that he did not consider
it possible to secure the relief he did.
The "Insurance". Safest gasoline
stove on the market. Geo. D. Darling,
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Osborn, who re
sfde near Hemtngford, were Alliance
Ray Clapp left Tuesday morning for
Sheridan where he has accepted a posi
tion as bookkeeper for the Forest Lum-bt-r
company. Ray has been employed
at the Burlingou freight depot for sev
eral months and is a capable and popu
lar young man.
T. J. Beal is spending the week at
Lincoln and other points in the eastern
part of the state on business.
Frank McFarland and family have
gone to Stanton for a couple of weeks
visit with relatives. ' .
Herbert Pardey left Saturday night
for the east, having spent a couple of
weeks with relatives and friends in Alli
Jack Burns returned today from
South Omaha where ho went with a
ship nent of mules for Mike Elmore.
Mr. Elmore has sold his mules, number
ing 355 head to Kilpatrick Brothers,
Mm F. P. Craver, returned mission
aryirom Mexico and South America,
will lecturo at tho Methodist church in
Alliance noxt Sunday. Mrs. Craver is
said to be a most interesting speaker
andjit is hoped that she will havo a
Edgar Adler is hero from Seward
looking after the property interests of
tho Adler brothers,
D. W. Butler came down from Hem
ingtord Saturday evening and spent
Sunday with his family. Mr. Butler
bas'charge of Norton's general store at
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. F. Hcdgecock,
Omer Scribner and Miss Nora Brown
autocd down from Hcmingford Tuesday
in Mr. Hcdgecock's car.
Dr. Willis, C. H. Richey and Mr.
MrB. J. F. Furman were among tho
Marsland -peoplo in the city this week.
Earl Fosket of Hcmingford was an
Alliance visitor today.
The many friends of Mrs. J. S.
Heater and Mrs. A. K. Lore, patients
at the Box Butto Hospital, arc pleased
to lparn that they are improving, Mrs.
A. A. Wright has recovered sufficiently
to feturn home.
Tho following ladies will go to Sid
ney tomorrow morning as delegates to
a meeting of tho state federation of
woniens' clubs: Mesdames J. Rowan,
M.JE. and W. W. Johnson, W. R.
Birny, S. K. Warrick, B. Mewhirter,
E. 1. Wilson.
Father McNamara returned yester
day' from a trip to Chadrou and O'Neill.
M. O. New is moving his grocery
from the old Rumer building to the one
next to tho Star restaurant.
Miss Minnie Wagner, of Omaha,
wjio came here a few weeks ago to he
Wii her sister. Mrs. W. R. Birney,
during her illness, returned home Mon
day. Miss Wagner made many friends
during her stay in this city. A recep
tion was given in her honor Saturday
evening at the home of Mrs. W. H.
Zchrung at which a very pleasant time
Misses Myrtle and Alice Carbon re
turned Monday evening from a .visit
with friends in Deadwood.
City Superintendent Hayes and
County Superintendent Phillips have
issued the Alliance Junior Normal, a
journal devoted to the interests of the
normal school to be held here this sum
mer. It is a very creditable production
in every respect, containing splendid
reading, information for teachers and
everyone interested in educational
Lost Bolt of insertion and 'bolt of
lace, on main street between Charters
hotel and City hall. Please return to
Mrs. John Wiker.
Sunday at the Baptist church, G. C.
Jeffers pastor. Sunday school at ten
o'clock. Subject of morning discourse,
"The Ditched Valley." Evening ser
mon, "The Law of Growth." Evening
services changed to 8 o'clock. A wel
come to all services.
Postmaster Tash has been informed
that the following named parties have
successfully passed the examination for
carriers which was held in this city sev
eral weeks ago: Alvah J. Mac Alfon
so M. Poole, Fred G. Leavitt a.id Carl
W. Thomas. These gentlemen passed
in '.he order named and with much
credit to themselves, Mr. Macey at
taining an average of over ninety per
cent. Free city delivery will commence
here on May the 15th, but owing to
the fact that there are to he but three
carriers employed, Mr. Thomas the
fourth man on the list, will he a sub
stitute carrier. The applicants before
entering the service will bo subjected
to a rigid physical examination and
must also give a bond through the me
dium of a surety company in the sum
of $1,000. Much of the pharphernalia
accompanying the installation of free
delivery has been received by the
Don't fail to see Cluistopher Colum
bus and reception of natives, at the
Walter Davis returned Monday from
a visit at Havelock.
Alliance National Bank
CAPITAL STOCK PAID IN
State, County, City and School Depository
All Its Officers and Directors
Stands Squarely on
Has No Borrowed Honeyand No Branch Banks
F. M. KNIGHT, President
W. H. CORBIN, Vice-President
Dr. Fray Seriously III.
The many friends of Dr. Julia V.
Frey will regret to learn of her serious '
illness from a complication of pneumo
nia and meningitis. Dr. Orie Copper
noil, who succeeded Dr. Frey hero, re
turned Tuesday morning from Denver,
where she had been summoned to at
tend on Dr. Frey, and sho reports that
there are no hopes for her recovery.
A woman of much skill and learning in
her chosen profession Dr. Frey mado
many friends in Alliance, where she
was engaged in the practice of osteopa
thy hut owing to the failure of her
shjs found it necessary to
AJftrip through the sou
search of health was without avail and
she returned to the home of her sister
in Denver where sho is comforted with
the presence of her father and other
relatives, who have arrived in Denver
to ho with her during the last sad hours.
A message received today states that
Dr. Frey is some better.
C. G, Hollihaugh, of Marsland, has
business in Alliance today.
Mrs. Nellie Hillier will entertain the
Che.ese & Cracker club at a Scotch tea
this afternoon. The guests of the club
will bo Mesdames Frankle, Tully, Gav
in, Butler, Wood.
The Herald is not quite up to the
standard this week owing to a shortage
of help in the office and an extra rush
in the job printing department. How
ever wo shall have our regular help
next week and things will go along ns
W. R. Kent and John Krausc are
Sheridan county stockmen in the city
The "Alaska", Coldest refrigerator
sold in Alliance. Buy 'em of Geo. D.
Miss Pearl Copsey is a new employe
at Norton's store.
Mrs. Barton stopped off and visited
her neice, Mrs. Moshcr, in this city
yesterday. Mrs. Barton was on her
way to St. Louis.
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Broomtt enter
tained at dinner Sunday, Mr. and Mrs.
E. C. McCluerand Mr. and Mrs. C. H,
See tho grand picture in colors of
Christopher Columbus lauding in Amer
ica at the Crystal Picture Parlors.
Remember the May Polo entertain
ment at the opera house Saturday
night. See program in another col
umn. Fred Dickinson was a passenger
Tuesday night for Omaha where he
will visit a few days.
Saturday matinee Christopher Col
umbus, the discoverer of America at
the Crystal Picture Parlors.
D. F. Barber arrived Saturday from
Lincoln to accept a position as pharma
cist at Holsten's,
Another one of those great big cars
of new furniture just unloaded at Geo.
D, Darliug's store, Tell him your fur
aro Residents of Alliance
Its Own Resources
F. W. HARRIS, Cashier
S. FICKELL. Assistant Cashier
The Ml I
Dressed Man :
Hwho wants a shoe that's
different who wants solidK
comfort who wants to bel
Hpleased, not for an hour!
Hor a day, but for everyl
gjjshoe-wearing- minute thr'uJE
Hout the year, should knowH
j gFLORSHEIM SHOE"
$4.00 to $6.00 1
Where you find the bestl
in everything. j
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 nover experienced before.
Come here and select your paint if you
waijt the real genuine satisfaction giv
GEO. T. HAND, M. D.
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT
Eyes Tested and Glasses Fitted.
Freezers and Squeezers, for Ice
Cream and Lemons. Geo. D, Darling's'
Harry Thielo went to. Crawford and
Marsland today on business.
Mules will make you money. Talk
with the Holts who will sell ten splen
did Jacks at Alliance, Saturday, May 2.
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