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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 3, 1908)
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ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA! THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, IU08
6f ttfe CitjTand
of any Newspaper in
OFFERS ITS CUSTOMERS:
Every safeguard known to modern banking for
the security and safety of their funds.
Interest on Time Deposits.
LOANS when you need them at reason
Safety deposit boxes at $1.00 to $2.00. per
year, for storage of valuable papers.
Interest paid on deposits made for one year.
Exchange on all principal cities of the world.
Our satisfied patrons are our best advertisement. '
I 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 .
Real Estate Loansi any-size, made or negotiated
RULERS GIVEN AWAY AT
GEO. T. HAND, M. D.
LYC, CAR, NOSE AN!) THROAT
Eyes Tested ind Glasses Kitted.
LIGHT VOTE CAST AT
Returns Slow Coming In Indications
that Shallenberger and Westover
Have Been Nominated.
The primary election for the noiiii
nation of the presidential electors,
congressman and state and county of
ficers, took place last Tuesday. The
polls opened at 12 111. and closed at y
p. 111. The local situation was very
quiet and the vote cast light, as was
the case all over the state and with all
parties in the field. Up to the time of
going to press all the precincts have
not been heard from, hut at present in
dications it appears that the vote in
Box Butte county will not exceed 600.
For county attorney, Eugene Burton
democrat and C. C. Barker republican,
are the nominees. Peter Jensen dem
ocrat and Win. Fosket republican, com
missioners. For congress, sixth district, indica
tions point to M. P. Kinkaid republi
can, and Win. H. Westover, democrat.
For state senator 14th district: Re
publican, unknown so far. Democrat,
Geo. M. Adams.
For representative 53 district: Re
publican, Walter Kent. Democrat.
Fred W. Jolmnsen.
For governor: Republican, Oeo.
Lawson Sheldon. Democrat, Ashton
Alliance Fire Boys
Win First Prize.
In the state tournament of volun
teer fire departments now being held
at'M6rth,;l'lattC the- AllinncV; boys won
first prize yesterday in competition
with several of the crack teams of the
state. 1'lie coupling race will take
place tqduy and we venture to sav
that our boys will also win first honors.
C. O. Aspenwall returned yesterday
I from Minnesota where he met his fain
Two furnished rooms to rent in de-1 ily who have spent the summer with
sirable part of the city at a reasonable j relatives and friends in Wisconsin and
price. Apply at The Herald office. I accompanied them home.
TTCTE have pleasure in announcing that we have secured the
v v exclusive agency for the famous "Queen Quality" Shoes
for women. You are invited to see the new styles wc have just
received. Here are some impressive facts that tell their own story.
"Queen Quality" Shoes are worn by more women
than any others in all the world.
For a decade the sales of " Queen Quality " Shoes
have far exceeded those of all other women's shoes.
Ten thousand pairs are made each day in the great
Queen Quality" Factory, yet this output does not
keep pace with the demand.
No need to tell you there must be good reasons for this.
This leadership cannot be a matter of chance. We might
give you a dozen reasons why you should wear "Queen Quality"
Shoes, yet one pair on your feet can tell you better. Will you let it?-
Made in all leathers, shapes and styles at
$3.00, $3.50 $4.00
ALLIANCE SHOE STOKE
Cost Less Shoes or the Family Wear Best
f PENING the good clothes season for fall with such a fine line
of goods as we have ready for you, is like cutting- a fine,
big melon; everything in it is good, and there's
enough for all of us
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you the Most of
the Best for the
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have made for us this season the best lot of clothes we ever offered our
friends. There are a lot of new fabrics; and the new colors are as varied
and attractive as ever. Browns are again a notable feature; tans and
grays are very prominent; they're woven in stripes and and other attrac
tive patterns, in an almost endless variety.
New models and new kinks in style; new ideas in patch pockets, but
toned flaps and fhat sort of thing; you'll find what suits you. In dark
goods also; blue serges and black thibets and the like, we'll show you the
Besides the Clothing Remember
Stetson Hats Douglas Shoes
THE FAMOUS CLOTHING HOUSE
DAYLIGHT STORE DAYLIGHT METHODS
TRY Tfi FAMOUS FIRST
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