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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (July 30, 1908)
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ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA! THURSDAY, JULY 30, llJ08
UKl'ORT OF TIIK CONDITION OK
The First National Bank,
CltAUTHK NO. i-2i6.
At AHIiwee, In tlie State of Nebraska, at Mia
eluMiof business. July 15. 11XJS
Loans mid discounts S.TIO.O.T.! 70
Overilntfts.sei'uml anil unsecured.. 115 50
U. S. ImmiiIs to sectiro clrciilntiuii.... .10,000 00
OtliurituntU to secure II. 8. Demjslts 55.NX) 00
Hanking housu. fiiriillmi! ami Ilx-
turt'H 11,000 00
Dm1 from national banks, (not ro-
sorve ftKOnlsl $ (I.M)4 5.1
Duo from apimivi'd tesurve
(gent 110,407 KI
CIiucKh mid otlicreasli Items .10 OS
Notes of other national
Ij'inks 1,110 00
Fractional i.iier currency,
nickels ami cents 107 10
Lawuii, .Money Hushiivk in Hank,
U-Kiil tender notes 1.000 00 KMM) M
Hcuemption fund with U.S. treasur
er pereuntof circulation).., ",5u0 00
Due from U. S. trcaKiirer, other than
5 icr cent redemption fund.. -50
ToUiI ?55i,5'Jl 27
Cnpltul stock piild it S 50,000 00
Suriihl" fiiml 40,000 00
Undivided prollt, less expensps and
taxes paid 73s M
National bank notcsouLsUindliiR.... 50,000 W
Due to Statu Itauks and
Hankers .... $ in 00
Individual deposits sub
ject to check U04.7KJ ftl
Demand eertlllcates of de-
Tfmo certificates of deiioslt 130.S7I 40
Tnlted States Deposits... 50,000 00 411, 853 01
ToUil 9552,501 27
State of Nchrafka, county of Ilox llutte, ss.
I, S. IC. Warrick, cashier of the above
named bunk, do solemnly swear that the
altove statement is true to the best of my
knowledge and belief.
N. K. Wakiugk, Cashier.
U. M. IIamito.n, 1
A. 8. Kebd, Directors.
('hah. E. Food, t
Sulicrlled and sworn to before me this
21st day of Jnly, A. 1). lPOR.
beai. Notary Public.
My commission expires July 7th, 1012.
THE FIRST NATIONAL
BANK OF ALLIANCE
GOVERNMENT, SfATE, COUNTY, CITY AND SCHOOL DEPOSITORY
FIRST STATE BANK
Capital and Surplus, $15,000.00
Keith L. Pierce, Cashier
Notary Public in Bank & Insurance Written
Highest Interest Paid on Time Deposits jfi
Real Estate Loans, any size, made or negotiated
HKAl'TIFl'L LINE OK
ami other importations in must
i pleasing artistic designs.
Also a fine line of
Cut Glass Ware
Call and see the new stock
U I L Best Quality
"X. V Ar
Miss Etha Dewey
Teacher of Piano
Residence, 419 Cheyenne Ave.
Phone, J 03
DR. T. ALLEN,
l'alnless Extraction Lute i, I Metho U
8a fe. Sure
ALLIANQE - NEBItASKA
We always give
you the Most of
the Best for the
W. C. Hibbs, Mgr.
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Office in Alliance National Bank Dlk.T
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! 'Phoce 391. ;
Don't forget the Country Fair at
Phelan I'atk, Friday, July 31st.
Campbell Bros, circus is showing at
Texas water melons still hold first
place on Alliance tables.
James Gray returned from his trip
to Hot Springs Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Peters were
down from the ranch Tuesday.
Don't forget the Country Fair at
Phclan Park, Friday, July 31st.
Mrs. C. E. Matthews and daughter
are visiting at the Miller ranch in Sioux
county. Mr. and Mrs. Bartlett Richards of
Ellsworth were Alliance, visitors last
' Mrs. I. E. Tash and daughters,
Emma and Nellie, are visiting friends
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Cotnstock re
turned Monday from a week's stay in
the Yellowstone National park.
Mrs. V. G. EubankB went to Edge
mout Wednesday to spend a few days
visiting her sister, Mrs. Chambers.
Hugh Deal returned yesterday morn
ing from a trip to Omaha and other
points in the eastern part of the state.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Dwyer and
children left Monday morning for a
visit with relatives on a ranch near
Mrs, O. B. Ganson and daughter,
Miss Ruth, arrived Tuesday from Om
aha for a visit with their daughter and
sister, Mrs. G. L. Griggs.
Miss Tina Phillips departed today
for her home at Des Moines, Iowa,
after a pleasant visit with her sister,
Mrs. F. M. Broome and family.
Judge L. A. Berry and son Lyle re
turned the first of the week from Rush-
ville where they spent several days at
the Judge Westover ranch fishing.
L. P. Coumans, who has been the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Brennan
for a couple of weeks, departed Tues
day for his home at Bay City, Mich.
Ringling Bros, circus will show in
this city some time in September is the
announcement given out by those who
I are in touch with performances of this
1 Mrs. Jos. McNamara and children,
1 accompanied by her sister, Miss Cody,
'arrived in the city Monday morning
, and are cozily settled in their new home
near St. Agnes academy.
j The Huss confectionery has been
purchased by Mrs. Hall and Wood
Milligan, who have taken charge of the
same and will cater to the wants of the
public in this line of delicacies.
Neal Boon returned yesterday noon
from South Omaha, where he marketed
two cars of cattle at satisfactory prices.
His shipment consisted ol one car of
steers and one of cows and calves.
The heavy rain that fell last night
was surely worth many dollars to Box
Butte and our crops will be as fino as
the finest. Put your money in western
Nebraska and it will return a thousand
Ira Reed will ship a car load of
horses to Perry, Iowa, next Monday
where they will be put on the market.
On his return Mr. Reed expects to be
present at the Bryan notification on
Elmer Bevard, of the U. S. Land
I company, came up irom Lincoln yes-
terday on business connected with the
'film. Mr. Bevard reports good busi-
ness in San Luis, Colo., irrigated
' lands this summer.'
Mrs. Marcus Frankle and daughters,
Tillie and Julia, returned yesterday
from a six weeks visit in Chicago and
other places. They had an enjoyable
visit at the home of Reuben and Miss
Annette Jay at Montague, Mich.
The King building is being ananged
for a cigar stand and soft drink em
porium and will no doubt prove a pop
ular resort. The location is central
and the place will be under the man
agement of Ed. Reardon, whose popu
larity will be a drawing card.
Mrs. G. G. Hampton and son were
passengers this morning for Denver,
expecting to spend the next six weeks
with relatives in that city and Colora
do Springs. Glen will join them (dur
ing tho latter part of thoir visit for a
two weoks vacation and accompany hii
Don't forget the County Fair at
Phelau Pate, Friday, July 31st.
Mrs. W. J. Hamilton left last Sat
urday noon for Chadron where she is
enjoying a visit with her mother and
other relatives. She was accompanied
by her daughter, Alice. In the mean
time the popular W. J. has been in
itiated as a member of the grass
Miss Irene McKinney was fourteen
years old last Thursday evening and
to commemorate the occasion her par
ents gave a party in the evening at
which several of It cue's young friends
participated. They surely had a fine
time and wished their young friend
many returns of her birthday.
Emory Abley and County Coinmis-
.sioncr Pete Jensen arc down from Non
pareil precinct today. The friends of
Mr. Jensen have persuaded him to be
a candidate for re-election this fall. He
has made such a capable officer that it
is not probable he will have any op
position in the coining compaigu.
Judge Berry was called to his office
at 6 o'clock yesterday morning to issue
a marriage license and marry Otto
Kuhnast and Miss Bessie T. Lay of
Torrington, Wyo. The young couple
wanted to take the early morning train
for that place and hence the Judge was
asked to get busy before the usual of
C. F. Coffee and G. H. Willis, two
prominent business men of Chadron,
spent Wednesday forenoon in Alliance
on their way home from Omaha. Both
were greatly surprised at the growth
and general appearance of the city,
Mr. Willis remarking that it was ahead
of Chadron in every way except for
The Crawford Automobile company
have received a so-horse power touring
car to run between Crawford and Fort
Robinson. It is a beauty and will
most likely be unloaded this afternoon
and given a trial. The company con
template making a trip every hour. It
is to be hoped it will prove a success.
Mrs. Ode Scofield, who is spending
I the summer with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. John Engleliorn, on their ranch
j seven miles southwest of Alliance, is
1 visiting friends in the city this week.
Elmer Englehorn is now in-the city
engineering department of Seattle and
his sister, Miss Hattie, holds a position
with the Northern Pacific railway com
pany in that city.
Walter Richardson and family and
mother, Mrs. M. J. Richardson, ar
rived from Mitchell today and will
leave tomorrow for Spokane, Wash.,
with the intention of locating in that
section. Walter sold his farm near
Mitchell recently. The family were
residents of this county for several
years and have many fi tends who wish
them success in the far west.
Dr. Bowman and family returned
Men's, Boys', Ladies' and Children's
blinded in one eye by lightning but
sustained no other injuties. He nlso
said that R. M. Hampton had a colt
two months old badly cut in the barb
wire. It was a very fino animal and
Mr. Hampton was offered $100 for it
only a few dayB before,
Mr. and Mrs. Sang Reck returned
last Sunday morning from a two weeks
trip to Texas. They went south by
way of Kansas City and the Ozark
mountains. Port Arthur was visited,
also Lake Charles. At the former
place they saw the great display of the
burning of five large napthia tanks that
were ignited by the severe electrical
storm that prevailed tho evening of
July 21, at the very same hour when
western Nebraska was undergoing a
like storm. Mr. and Mrs. Reck are
well pleased with some parts of the
squlh. and espcciallytho, beautiful
Ozark country in and about Mcna,
Mrs. J. F. Cunningham entertained'
a party of friends at her home on Lar
amie avenue last evening complimcu
taiy to Miss May me Christmau. The
time was passed very pleasantly with
the popular game of "500," the first
prizes being awarded Mrs. J. B. Ken
nedy and J. W. Guthrie and the con
solation gifts were catried off bv Miss
Hagerty and Mr. Pickett. After the
card playing a deliciotik luncheon was
seived by Mrs. Cunningham, who was
assisted by Mrs. T, M. Spencer, and
this was followed by music. Mrs.
Cunningham possesses the happy facul
ty of making her guests feel at home
and the occasion will bo remembered
with pleasure by all present.
The forthcoming marriage of Mr.
Robert G. Holdeti and Miss Alicia
Francis Regan, daughter of Mr. and
Mis. Thomas Regan of this city, is
announced bv invitations sent out to
from Hay Springs whore ' lheir fljeIld8 ttl,icI read tt8 j0u0WB.
; tliey visited since last l'riuay. I he
party made the trip in the Doctor's
I auto. Ou the way out they experienced the marriage of their daughter, Alicia
'a heavy rain, which put the machine' J;10'8 1 Mr- K.0,)ert,Cv,I,Iold?n' "
vveuncsuiiy evening, iuu nun ui Aug
I Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Regan re
1 quest the pleasure of your company at
out of business and it required the help
of horses to finish the journey. Ou
the return yesterday,' they stopped at
Box Butte creek, near the Peters
ranch, where they spent several hours
fishing, with tho result that they
broughthotne about 100 croppies.
The Country Fair to be held on the
beautiful grounds of the Phelan home
tomorrow aftornoou and evening will
doubtless be largely attended and it is
hoped will net a goodly sum for the
fund for First Presbytorian pipe organ
and city baud. Mrs. Phelan is giving
11st, nineteen hundred and eight, from
eight until ton o'clock, six hundred and
two Laramie Avenue, Alliance, Ne
braska." "At homo aftor September fifteenth,
The ceremony will be put formed at
the Catholic parsonage in the presence
of only the immediate membeis of the
The acquaintanceship of both these
young people is interwoven with friend
ship of such lasting nature that they
will be the recipients of sincuro con
gratulations on every side, and the
the affair much attention and with her J blessings of a happy union will doubt
well known talent in this direction, as- less make their connubial lives most
sisted by ladies of the congregation, all ! companionable and pleasant.
who attend will be pleased with the en
tertainment provided. There will be
! "bushels of fun" at the Country Fair
I and you will miss a rare treat if you do
, not attend.
R. R. Ralls is up from the ranch
near Bonner today. Mr. Ralls says
1 the rain last night did not reach that
locality but that it is not needed very
much. He reports a strange occur
rence there during the recent severe
electrical storm when two horses be
longing to Frank Boon were each
Big Shoe Sale.
The big summer clearance sale of
shoes and oxfords that is now going on
at the Alliance shoe 3tore is attracting
wide attention. This store is making
a reduction of twenty-five per cent on
their stock until Thursday, August 20.
It's just the time to save money on
Norton sells it cheaper.
WE MUST HAVE MUSIC
Grand Benefit for City Band and Fund
for First Presbyterian Church Pipe
Organ at Phelan Park, Cor. Laramie
Avenue and Colorado Street.
These beautiful grounds will be
thrown open for public use on July 3iat'
afternoon and evening.
Everybody invited. All known at
tractions on the grounds to delight the
eye, car and palate.
Grand beauty show. All the world
represented by beauties of their res
Two one act plays, given by society
ladie.8 will take place in the Pavillion,
TheKlcptomantc" ad "Oldnc?"
Country store, "Forced to the wall."
Prices, articles up to one dollar sold by
number for ten cents.
The famous Merry Widow exhibiting
the hat and Directoire gown.
A "creche" where children will he
cared for and amused while their fond
parents view the wonders on tho
Baby incubator, showing results of
well fed infants.
A German garden where families of
any size, or sweethearts and lovers
may enjoy at separate tables all the
little differences usually indulged iu on
such occasions, without fear of inter
ruplion from outsiders on their individ
ual rights and all thd good things
known to the most fastidious Epicurean
will be served by Dutch maidens to the
exquisite rhythm of the German band.
T. L. Redlon a Suicide.
Thos. L. Rddlou, a prominent at
torney of Lead, S. D., committed sui
cide last Monday by shooting himself
in the head with a revolver, ill health
being the cause for his rash act. Mr.
Redlon was a pioneer resident of Rush
ville and served as county attorney of
Sheridan county. He was well known
by many Alliance citizens. He was
sixty years of age and leaves a wife
and four children.
Last Saturday and Sunday the Craw
ford ball team came here and got a
drubbing at the hands 0 the Alliance
team. The first game resulted in a
score of 7 to 1 and the Sunday game
was even more disastrous on the
part of the Crawford team, the
srore being 10 to 5. Hull and Freer
acted as battery in the first game for
the local team. Steele and Curley held
up the pitcher's aud catcher's positions
in the second game aud while they are
not the regular battery they did good
Tuesday the Alliance team went over
to Scottsbluff aud beat the team of
that place by a score of 6 to 3. Hull
and Freer battery for Alliance.
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