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ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA! THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, IU08
HINTS TO RANCHMEN AND FARMERS
Now is the time that you realize on your
season '.s' work.
As you sell your stock, potatoes or grain,
place your money on open account with a
Pay your bills by check, which makes the
best kind of a receipt, and avoid the worry
and danger attending the carrying of largfe
sums of monev.
Our offices are always at the disposal of
our customers and country friends.
The First National Bank
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 Loans, any size, made or negotiated
Fine samples of corn were brought
to this office Inst Saturday by J. A.
Keegan, who purchased the old Baxter
farm a few miles northeast of the city.
The ears are fully developed and well
filled and out of the way of frost. Mr.
Keegan has forty-five acres of corn
thnt will yield thirty-five bushols to the
acre. Although an old-time newspaper
man from northeastern Kansas, he has
demonstrated his ability to till Box
Huttc county soil most successfully
and will no doubt realiie handsomely
from his farm investment.
A socialistic wanderer possessing a
glib tongue, held forth At the hank cor
ner Monday and Tuesday nights and
succeeded in gathering together
fair sized crowds to whom he explained
the principles of socialistic philosophy.
The evils of the daj- and faults of pres
ent governmental managemout were
reviewed and he succeeded in making
some of his hearers think that with so
' cialism established in place of our
present standard,-this w'orld would im
mediately be transformed into heaven
ly bliss. A ten cent pamphlet was
sold after the speaking and this was
said to contain other features of the
speaker's hobby he was unable to pre
sent, or in other words, it was his j
means of support. Win, Taft came in j
for his share of scoring as the original i
injunction judge against oiganized la
bor and the stranger hit the republican I
candidate for president several knock-1
out blows, so to speak. . i
Acting Night Police Donovon, who ,
is taking the place of Cal Cox, the reg- I
ular policeman, engaged for a short '
time at the electric light plant, ai rested '
two deserters from Fort Robinson who
bought tickets at Crawford, and in
(Company witn a discharged soldier
from the fort, were on their way to
i Chicago. The night officer received a
The game of ball at Bridgeport be- j telegram to look for the deserters on 42
tween the team of that place and the , Friday morning and when the train '
Alliance club was the fiercest of thq arrived .he arrested both. They claim-
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.fieasoif, tlie score, bejng 23 to 2,r. JHMX.,.- ,,,c ,li,u "ecu legmauy uib-
Alliance team went against the strong' barged from service but said that they
Owing to the magnitude of tho pro
duction of Faust, soon to be presented
here by Mr. Sanford Dodge, Miss
Louise Marshall and n talented com
pany, it will he necessary for the cur
tain to raise prom ply at H:2o. All
who ate intending to witness this great 1
piny should he in their seats at this
time, in order to get the full benefit of
the performance. Each nnd every act
is set with special scenery, the cos
tunics are beautiful and overy feature
is presented with strict attention to do-
1 tail nnd dramatic porfection. Don't
forgot the dRte, Wednesday, Sept. 43.
j and remember this is ono of the few
J real dramatic treats of the ontite sea-
I S011, ..w. '
The new roller skating rink, which
will soon he Opened in the old Rumer
building by Al, Dierdorf of Hot Springs,
will doubtless prove an interesting
place of amusement for the young. A
new floor, suitable for roller skating, is 1
being laid and the interior generally
overhauled. Mr. Dierdorf is a pleas
ing gentleman, who is familiar with
amusements of this character and pro
pose to conduct this rink in a way
thnt there can be no offense given at
any time. Occasionally there mav be
a dance at the link when so desired
and the floor, which is being arranged,
will be suitable for this pasttime.
We are showing the new
est creations in shoedom.
Reds, browns -and blacks
in shoes, and browns and
blacks in oxfords for fall
$3.00 $3.50 $4.00
BOG UE store
est proposition of the ball line it has
contended with. A league pitcher and
other reinforcements made the Bridge
port team unusually strong.
RULERS GIVEN AWAY AT
Mr. Charles M. Ewing of Mori ill
and Miss Ethel Covalt of Cleman were
united in marriage Wednesday after
noon at the Baptist parsonage bv Rev.
Jeffers. Mr, Ewing is a concrete' stone
contractor at Morrill and after the
cement season is over expects to settle
on a ranch in the vicinitv of Cleman.
had sent their papers in some other
effects over the Northwestern load, but
this was disbelieved and they were un- ,
loaded and taken to jail. A telegram
from the fort confirmed the supposi-,
tion that they were the soldiers wanted.
The same day Police Donovan and
son took the prisoners to Foit Robin
son and received the customary reward i
of S50 foi each deserter.
150 pairs Boys solid leather biucher Qf fL
box calf shoes, sizes 2J4 t( 54 JJ'
Dr. II. II. Bellwood returned last
Saturday from Long Beach, Cal.,
I where he visited his family the past
Tuesday was the opening day of the six weeks. The doctor looks all the
grouse hunting season and local uini-' world likeAdmiral Schley bince his so
rods by the dozens were out bright and journ on the Pacific coast, and it is
early in fields and on ranches chasing , said that he has become an accomplish
after the game biid. There is no I ed fisherman. Mrs. Bellwood and
doubt but what it will be only a few j daughter, lna, are enjoying the best
days when grouse will be as scarce m of health and send greetings through
these parts as curlew, but the crop of , the doctor.
llnctTS" is said to be plentiful.
100 Prs Warranted Corduroy Pants, .50
25c buys good Fleece Underwear for Boys
Miss Beinice Kridlebairgh, accom-)
panied by Mrs. Harding and daughter'
Madge, returned last Sunday from ,
their eight-day outing in picturesque i
Yellowstone and of course have an
abundance of stories to tell of that .
famous national resort. We have not
heard as yet if the Alliance sightseers '
were confronted by the highwayman
who spread terror among the visitors j
to the park during the recent past.
We always give
you the Most of
the Best for the
W. C. Hibbs, Mgr.
from the I'ine
in the city last
Geo. Fleming returned yesterday
morning from Spooner, Wis., where
he and his family moved last spring.
Mrs. Fleming is visiting relatives at
Missouri Valley, Iowa for a few days.
George says he is now contented to
live in Western Nebraska the remain
der of his life. George will again en
ter the employ of F. J. Betzold.
The two-year old son of Mr. and
Mrs. Henry W. Brandt, who reside on
a ranch about fifteen miles southeast
of the city, sustaiued a broken leg last
Saturday while climbing about the
barn. The little fellow was brought
to the home of Enoch Boyer in this
city where his was cared for by a phy
sician. Mr. Brandt is a brick mason
who is employed in this city consider
able of the time.
buys an all-wool fine suit with
TWO PAIRS KfNICKER PANTS
A hand of Indians
Ridge agency arrived
Sunday afternoon on 44 and encamped
on the railroad grounds near the depot
till Monday morning when they went
south on the Guernsey train for Scotts
bluff as one ot the attractions of the
county fair. Poor Low" is becoming ' wwww.
an attraction even within a stone's Members of the Patmore district '
throw of his own haunt and home. j school, eight miles north of Reno, are
1 arranging to give a shadow sociable at
; their school house on the evening of
I October 2nd,. A musical program in
I connection with other interesting fea
I tures will take place. A luncheon of
, hot coffee, sandwiches and cake will be
j served and the meeting will conclude
wiin a uance. a general invitation is
extended to the public to attend.
GEO. I. HAND, M. D.
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT
Eyes Tested and Glasses litted.
1 Pairs Good Black Hose for Itln
& The Kind That Wear Vt
Douglas Shoes for Boys at $2.25 up
Boys' Suits for School, $1.50
Boys' Aaists, 19c
Boys' Corduroy and Wool Knicker Pants, 85c
Boys' Shirts, 39c
DR. T. ALLEN,
Millinery opening next
Saturday, at Regan's.
The Ladiufi' Union of the First Pros-
luct MettxMlk by torian chuich will meet next Wed-
"" nesday at the church parlors. Mes-
NKBKAsjKa dames Wahner and Shield will serve.
Headquarters for the Boys
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