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ALLIANCE. BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA J THURSDAY, JULY 9, IU08
CHAS. E. rORD, President.
A.!S. HEED, Vice Prcst.
R. M. 1IAMPTON, Vico Prcs.
S. K. WARRICK, Cnshlcr.
Q. G. HAMPTON, Asst. Cash.
First National Bank
SURPLUS and PROFITS
Also a State, County, City and School Depository
Our record since organization is one of con
servatism, energy, courtesy and steady prog
ress. The First National Bank has no clients but
its customers and no interests to conserve
but those of its clients.
If success in banking- be measured by service rendered, then
the First National Bank shall take the first rank.
WE ARE READY!
to fill your prescriptions at any time.
We always bave at least one registered
druggist in our store. You can depend
on it your prescriptions will be filled
rigbt. You take no cbances.
We always give
you the Most of
the Best for the
W. C. Hibbs, Mgr.
Miss Etha Dewey
Teacher of Piano
Residence, 419 Cheyenne Ave.
GEO. T. HAND, M. D.
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND TIIROA'T
Eyes Tested and Glasses Fitted.
HAS JUST RECEIVED
A CAR LOAD OF
Every Gallon Guaranteed
IT STANDS THIS CLIMATE BEST
Husic adds happiness ev
erywhere. Chadron Acad
emy Conservatory of Mu
sic, Chadron, Nebraska, is
near at hand and can
really help you.
Our stock is unusually large
and include handsome local
and foreign views, also comic
and artistic varieties that will
interest yon. Call and look
f; IXR. TCRICAJMCICXC,
?Office,Jn Alliance National Bank Blk
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DR. T. ALLEN,
Painless Extraction Latest Method
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Young lady! Do you want
to be a teacher or become
a better teacher? Write
to Chadron Academy,
at Denver Convention
Following are the names of those
who are in attendance at the 'Denver
T. J, O'Keefe, Robert Graham, John
O'Keefe, John and Cbas. Brennan,
Wm. Mitchell, Eugene Burton, Sam
Albro, Claud Vaughan, Geo. Zimmer
man, Dr. Belhvood, W. S. Ridgellr W.
D. Rumer, Conductor Andrews, Jas.
Feagins. There were others who went
to Denver .for tbis occasion whose
names we did pot learn.
WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN.
The Pride of Democracy Selected as
Standard Bearer Amid Tremendous
Cheering and Applause.
(Special Dispatch to the Alliance Herald.)
Convention Hall, Denver, Colo., Friday morning, 3:05
o'clock W. J. Bryan nominated at 3:05 a. m., amid tre
mendous applause. The names of Johnson of Minnesota and
Gray of Deleware also presented. At conclusion of first
ballot the nomination of Bryan was made unanimous amid
intense cheering. Delegates went wild in their enthusiasm.
Delegates arose and marched about the hall with bands play
ing and flags waving. A storm of applause arose from the
galleries and for more than an hour wild disorder reigned.
Chairman Clayton vainly rapped for order, but the sound
of the gavel a foot away. Convention adjourned till afternoon.
DENVER'S BIG TRIUMPH.
(By W. C. Heelan.)
Denver, July 7, 1908.
Western hospitality is exemplified in
its truest sense by the citizens of Den
ver in the treatment and reception ac
corded visitors to the Democratic na
tional convention. The visitor to
Denver alighting from the train be
holds a fairyland of artistic decorations
and the glad hand of friendship and
good fellowship is extended with that
carmaderie that leaves no doubt in the
visitor's mind that the "Welcome" arch
means no other than what it proclaims.
The crowd is enormous, in fact the
largest that has ever been in the
metropolis of the west. The various
committees see to it that delegates and
their friends secure sleeping accomo
dations and the hotels and restaurants
are tending to the gustulatory pleasures
of the visitors.
The parks and places of attractions
are crowded both night and day to
their ut-nost capacity. Sight-seeing
cars and vehicles are filled with people
viewing the beauties of far-famed
There is but one name in the hotel
corridors and on the streets that the
people consider as the choice ol the
delegates and that, of course, is Ne
braska's son, W. J. Bryan. The Min
nesota delegation is pulling hard for
lohnson but there is but little hope of
stemming the Bryan tidal wave. East
ern delegates, with their silk hats and
suave ways, lift their voices with one
accord in harmony with the vociferous
shouts of the delegates from the south
land and Pacific slope for the great
Commoner from Nebraska.
Box Butte county has been pretty
much in evidence on the streets, but as
your correspondent has not a list of
the names he will wait until after the
convention to give them the notice
which their loyalty to Nebraska's pride
warrants, for they are all for Bryan.
We wish to Bay, however, that one
of the Box Butte party earned a local
tame here by reason of his standing
four solid hours in front of one of the
leading dry goods stores and viewing
without winking an eyelash the beauti
ful young lady who is demonstrating
thenew directoirc gowns from Paris,
The gentleman Mr. Dick Burke
says the time was well spent and full
value received for every minute of his
On account of the late season we find
ourselves heavily overstocked on
WASH DRESS GOODS
We have decided to move these goods at
the following sacrifice in prices:
10c Wash O A
Goods at - OC
1 21c Wash
Come early and get the best selection
f Male Quarteta",
Under Auspices Alliance
PHELAN OPERA HOUSE
ADHISSION, 50c. Seats at Holsten's
Best Male Quartette and best Trom
bone Quartette in America today. As a
reader and impersonator, Mr. Dixon of
the Glee Club is second to none.
FIRST STATE BANK
- HEMINQFORD, NEBR.
Capital and Surplus, $15,000.00
Keith L. Pierce, Cashier
Notary Public in Bank Insurance Written
Highest Interest Paidton Time Deposits - v
. RealEstate Loans, any, sjze,made dr. negotiated
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