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ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA! THURSDAY, MAY 7, I(J08
CUAS. 1 FORD, President.
A.5S. IlEED, Vlco Prcst.
R. M. HAMPTON, Vice Prcs.
S. K. WARRICK, Cashier.
G. Q. HAMPTON, Asst. Cash.
First National Bank
CAPITAL - - $50,000.00
SURPLUS and PROFITS $34,000.00
L. United StatesDepository
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.
Every dollar spent in painting your
house and sheds and fence this spring
will make it look ioo 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
Office in Alliance National Bank Dlk.j
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GEO. T. HAND, M. D.
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT
Eyes Tested and Glasses Fitted.
Plato Chase, of Rapid City, S. D.,
and Miss Nellie Allen of Omaha, met
at Alliance Monday and were united in
marriage by County Judge Berry.
Judge Ridgell returned the first of
the week from Richmond, Mo., where
he was called a couple of weeks ago
to attend the funeral of his father, a
pioneer and prominent citizen of that
William King returned yesterday from
Grand Island, where he has bought out
the Kochlcr hotel bar, the finest in the
city. Jack Riordanwill be a partner in
the business and will probably assume
the management. Messrs. Kiug nud
Riordan will go to Grand Island tonight
to make further arrangements.
Early Monday morning tho snow be
gan to fall and continued until late in
the evening. While tho snow came
from the north, there was but little
wind and hence the ground was soon
covered with a mantle of the flaky crys
tals," This snow is of great value to
the community, as it comes at a time
when the ground was in need of mois
ture, and as there was a fall of about 8
inches of wet, heavy snow the laud will
now be in excellent condition for tilling.
Clark Olds of Hcmingford, returned
today from Lincoln where he went as
delegate to tho Modern Woodmen con
vention held in that city this week. He
reports a most enthusiastic and inter
esting meeting. There were about 6,000
Woodmen in attendance and 370 new
members were initiated from various
parts ot the state. Mr. Bryan made a
short speech on matters pertaining to
the ordei. He was introduced as the
"next president of tho United States."
Mrs. W. F. Himcs of Crete arrived
in the city on No. 43 this morning with
her little son, aged five years, who was
brought here in the hope that a change
would be beneficial to his health but it
was without avail, and the little fellow
passed away this forenoon at 10:30 at
the home of Dr. Coppemoll. Mr.
Himes is expected in tho morning.
Funeral services will be held tomoirow
afternoon at Dr. Coppernoll's residence
and the remains taken to Crete tomor
Tho baseball season was practically
opencd-in Alliance last Sunday after
noon by the Bridgeport and local teams
crossing bats on tho home diamond.
While tho weather was anything but
ball weather, tho game was a rattler
and it was plainly demonstrated that
both teams have somo mighty good tim
ber. Tho batteries did the main work
and the score was held down to 4 to 2
in favor of Alliance. Hull and Freer,
for the local team, and Mclviu and Hull
for tho visitors, were the batteries.
Judge Wchn and sons Herbert and
Garland autocd up from Bridgeport last
Friday. Herbert returned on Monday
morning, but owing to tho condition of
the roads, Mr. Wchn and Garland re
mained till today. Alliance seems like
hoinc to the Wchn family, and their
many friends here are always glad to
At a reception tendered Governor
Sheldon by members of the Nebraska
Society at Long Beach, California, last
Thursday, our former citizen, Sam
Smvser, was one of tho speakers of the
occasion. That Sam upheld the name
of tho state along oratorical lines there
can be but little doubt.
Announcement has been received of
the birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs.
Alfred Tyler Hemingway on Wednes
day, April 20, at their home in Kansas
City. The young lady has been named
Jane. The Alliance friends of Mr. and
Mrs. Hemingway extend congratula
tions. Virgil Smith is a new employee at
Geo. Darling's establishment, and will
have charge of tho bookkeeping and col
lections. Mr. Smith arrived Wednes
day from Lincoln, where he held the
position of cashier for the Rudge &
Guenzcl furniture house.
Daniel Willard, vico-president of the
Burlington, and party, passed through
Alliance today on an inspection
trip of tho lines west. Superintendent
Affeu accompanied the special.
we prescribe the clothes
for your boy to wear, we
analyze his case and min
ister to his needs in the
same careful way the
physician does who pre
scribes for him when
"Why shouldn't we?
Our reputation and good
name is at stake.
For just this reason
It meets the needs, fits the case, looks neatest and
wears best. One trial will convince you.
Arthur M, Bartlett, deputy United
States marshal, had official business in
Alliance yesterday. .
Miss Rcgina Burlew, of Hcmingford,
spent a few days visiting Alliance
friends this week.
Miss Mario Basse returned yesterday
from Denver, where she went to see
Dr. Froy, Miss Basse reports the doc
tor improving, and if no complications
arise she will recover.
Iia Reed returned Tuesday night
from Wyoming, where ho and J. E.
Rice shipped a car of JjDrses last .week.
The horses did not sell as well as they
anticipated. Mr. Reed visited his son
Clayton at Lander, whom he reports as
getting along well and likes the place.
W. L. and L. L. Ashbrook, promi
nent stockmen of Sioux county, came
in from their ranch last night on the
Guernsey train, which they boarded at
Mitchell. They wero recently indicted
in the federal court at Lincoln for al
leged conspiracy in government land
matters, and tho object of their visit
hero was to furnish bonds for their ap
pearance at the next term of federal
court. They report a heavier fall of
snow Monday in Sioux- county than we
had here. ., "" -r,
Georgo Darling will have some fine
post-card views of the snowstorm Mon
day, which will be 011 sale next week.
THE QUALITY UP
THE BIG SHOW
of Hen's and Boys' Wearing Apparel is Now On!
THE CHIEF ATTRACTIONS ARE
Our immense assortment of every manufactured article that goes on the back, head and w LOW PRICES without cutting out quality. We have made some keen purchases in
foot of man and boy are here in endless profusion and they have been bought at such 3 all our lines and we are going to pass the benefits along to our customers in the way of
prices as will permit of close selling. Bargains In every dept. from hats to SOX c Reduced Prices. READ ON I !
of Men's Clothing works to our advantage. We held them subject to re
turn and received concessions, so we kept them
75 Men's Suits in Cassimeres,
Cheviots and Mixtures
Worth up to $14
During this sale at
89 Fine Mixed Worsteds
in all the popular shades
of Browns and tans, stripes
and checks. Regular
$15 and $16 values, now
100 NIFTY, SWELL-TAILORED and
TRIMMED SUITS, STRIKING, hand
some stripes and mixtures, not a one in
the bunch worth less than 1 8. Your free
95 suits of Hart, Shaffner & Marx make,
which were to be delivered not later than
March 15, just came in. They were
bought to sell at $25. We will be able
to place them on sale at
Also some $30 2l ll
Suits at $25 PjUUU
A. Bargain Feast to Last Only 15 Days
30 styles Stetson ioo pairs (1 i i pairs 75 prs. Boys' Patent 300 pairs mens' Dress Shirts Oxfords, Douglas
Hats, all new Men's Pants M. Boys' Hose, Oxfords, $ 2. 50 grade union-made for Boys make, they look like
$30 tO $85 W0"h "e si.es 25C Dand.cs! " $2 olcraHs 75C 39 C ff&cc $3.50
Boys' Solid Shoes, Sargent's Gauntlet Zfic buysapr. 50 Boys' Suits, worth 4 pairs 3 pairs Boys' wool knee
only Horsehide Gloves, tL-' of Boys' up to $2, now Canvas Gloves Black Sox pants
$1.65 $1 GTr $119 25c 25c 50c
Douglas Shoes, all 250 Black 1 lot Children's Caps Army Riding Pants, 1 lot Beautiful styles Big line Men's
kinds, (TO CQ Work Shirts worth 50 65c, now worth $6, our price, Boys' Overalls Boys' Hats Dress Shirts,
utmptS'o? 39c 25c $3.85 19c pair 50c to $2 50c
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