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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 24, 1908)
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ALLIANCE. BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA! THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1908
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HINTS TO RANCHMEN AND FARMERS
Now is the time that you realize on your
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 large
sums of money.
Our offices are always at the disposal of
our customers and country friends.
The First National
FIRST STATE BANK
Capital and Surplus, $15,000.00
Keith L. Pierce, Cashier
Notary Public in Bank & Insurance Wri token
? Highest Interest Paid on Time Deposits &
Real Estate Loans, anv sue, aiiade or negotiated
RULERS GIVEN AWAY AT
We aUvays give
you the Most of
the Best for the
W. C. Hibbs, Mgr.
Tlw Baptist Sunday ftchool .ottjoyed
a picnic in the Atz grove, north of
town, Jast Saturday.
laa. A. Hunter ret unioi today ifioni
Omaha, where lie had several cars of
cattle mi the market.
Mr. And Mrs. Chas. Oweas left last
Saturday for a visit They expect to
be gone .a week or ten tlays.
Splendid plays, best specialties auj
fine music every night next week a
Phelan o;era house. Hittuer Stock Co.
Ira Hold ridge and wife returned
Tuesday from Storm Lake, Jowa,
where he has been the last fifteen
John Adams, of The Herald force,
has been on the sick list this week and
left yesterday for a sojourn at Carroll,
Iowa, his former home.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Lynch of Edge
inont were in attendance at the organi
sation of the Daughteis of Isabella
and the banquet that followed.
Walter Kent returned Wednesday of
last week from Omaha where he ac
companied his wife to the St. Joseph's
hospital, where she underwent treat
ment. Mrs. Alice Carlev, sister of Mrs. W.
J. Hamilton, went to Chadrou Tues
day noon to visit with her mother and
other relatives before returning to
John A. Zurn, nephew of Gregory
urn, was in the city the first of the
week visiting at the latter's home. Mr.
Zurn is a resident of Montana, in the
vicinity of Helena.
Mr. and Mis. John Anderson arrived
Fudiy from Sheridan, Wyo., and
visited until the following day with his
cousin, A. E. Nelson, and wife. From
heie they left for Mindeu to spend a
few days w itli her folks.
Mis. Fted Giay, who hits been vis
iting her patents, Judge ami Mrs. Bui
loce. returned Sunday to her home at
Not folk. She was accompanied as far
as Crawford by her sister, Miss Bessie
Bullock, and Mrs. Hoskiiu.
j Miss Regiua Bnrlew came down
I from Heiiiingford Sunday and assisted
I the Daughter of Isaballa of St. Agnes
I Court to handle the "frisky goat" and
I attend the banquet Monday night. She
also visited friends several days.
i Mies Boitha Hunt returned Tuwduy
I fio'm Alliance, uheie sIik had bsun
i spending a two weeks vacation with
j bur sister, Inez. She reports an ex
jCecdiagly goad lime and spquks in
glowing terms of the jojly and gwier
ous.people of Alliance. Crete Newt,.
j 5 LOCAL PARAGRAPHS.
A girl was born to Mr. nnd Mrs. Lcn
Mrs. Ella Hay tics was in' from her
ranch a couple days this week.
Jerry Rowan left this morning for
Omaha to attend the Aksarben festivi
ties. Miss Elena Jay returned Sunday
from a visit of six weeks with relatives
Mrs. Krajicek left Tuesday morning
for Mitchell to visit her daughter, Mrs.
K. M. Rhodes.
Mr. and Mrs. Clark Olds of Hem
iugford took in the play at the opera
house last night.
B. F. Giliiian and family arc visit
iiiir Mr. and Mrs. W. U.t Copeland nt
i Torrington, Wyo.
' Miss Virgil Cavin, ol Crawford, has
! enrolled as a student in St. Agnes
academy of this city.
Miss Wmneld Roberts arrived from
Omaha Sunday and is the guests of her
sister, Mrs. C. A. Laing.
Miss Frances Lock wood departed
i last Sunday foi 1'eru where slw will
I attend the state normal school.
1 Henry Bioicb and daughter, Mrs.
Emery, visited W F. Broich at Craw
ford the foie part of the week.
Earl Mallery was a passenger Sun
day for Linculu where be will enter the
law depaitmentaf the state university.
Big Bittner Stock Co. and Scandina
vian Setttette all next week at l'Jielan
opera bouse. J'opular prices , .2.5c, jjc
Mrs. (F. j. JieUold returned Sunday
from Eoeleior Springs. Mo., where -she
has spent .a few weeks to secure relief
Mrs. K. M. Dorrington is lle guest
of Mrs. W. J5. KitKner. Mrs. Dorring
ton :xKjais to return to her I wme at
Vciser, Idaho, in the near ftitiios.
The ituwly of R. G. Fleming ertived,
in AlliauoeithiB tuotziing from Missouri
Valley, Jowa. whore they have .been
visiting fciiioe leaving Spooner, Vdh.
Geo. W. Wuncau has enteral .the
employ of j. A. Mtllery in tlirf;ro
cery, having secured Chas. Crowitber
of Lakeside to operate die transfer .tnA
Mrs. Harry Joties .aou children -at
Hetningford in our city a few
hours Sunday forenoon, being enroule
home from Denver where they had
been visiting relatives for the pae
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Siv Copyright 1 90S l.y yvT
Ngs. Hitt Sih.il .ita, Mw,x yyy
Sheriff Wikor and wife returned to
Alliance Monday from an extended
visit to Oskaloosa, Iowa and Chicago.
At,the former place Mr. Wiker at
tended the annual convention of tha
G.A. R. and met many of his old
comrades. During the sheriff's ab
sence, Deputy Stirklc and E. P. Sween
ey looked after the duties of the office.
Mrs. Louis Bucchseustien and three
sons, Walter, Carl and Lewis, depart
ed this morning for Chicago and other
parts of Illinois and Iowa, where thoy
will spend a couple of months visiting
relatives and friends. In the mean
time Louie will be initiated into the
grass widowers' club.
The Union Pacific is the only toad
that made a half rate fare to Omaha
on account of the Aksarben, all other
roads charging one and n half. Some
Alliance people will travel over the
Union Pacific from Sidney to secure
the low rate.
Engineer S. W. Jacoby moved bis
family to Crawford this week where he
will run the "pusher" on the Crawford
hill. The many Alliance friends of
Mr. nnd Mrs. Jacoby hope that they
will find time to visit Alliance fretjttent-
M. M. Kelley, the well known file
insurance man, was here from Hast
ings for a few days. Mr. Kelly is
again associated with the Columbia
odinpanv, winch he formerly repre
sented in tire western patt of the state.
Mr. and Mrs. Win. O'Mava drove in
from the ranch near Moouiaw Sunday
to meet Mrs. Herbert Nu, -a sister of
Mrs. O'Mara, who will visit relatives
And friends i this locality. Her home
ns at Greeley, Col.
Mrs. C A. McGogy writes from
Marsland: "Please change Mr. Mc
Gogy's address to McMraovillcOregon.
He expects to be there for the ensuing
year and says he cannot get along with
out The Herald."
J. Q. Tltontas returned Saturday
iiwrniiigTrom Aurora," wiiere he was
called by tltc serious illness of his
niwther. The latest report of her con
dition is favorable but sfce is not yet
out of danger.
S. K. WarrSok left yesterday after
noon for Lincoln to attend the state
bankers meeting after whoch he wiH
.attend the natiaaal bankers uneeting in
C 'O. Aspenwjll departed yesterday
for Onuiia where he will npend the
halanoexif the week on business.
Geo. W. Lore of Nonpareil txrecinct
w2b at the county iVtb last Tueoday.
The young man or young
lady without a pair of winter
tan shoes will not be admitted
into the line of smart dressers
this season. It's going to be
a winter tans. You'll see
them everywhere. We've the
new shades of tan leathers in
several smart models.
Medium or extra high cut
styles for men.
Medium or high Napoleon,
wave top for women.
Perforated vamps and toes.
Medium or heavy soles. 1
Lace, button, bluchers. ,
Select your tans early as
we're thinking that the smart
est styles will be scarce, later.
We've evcrv size and width
and will see that vou are fitted
Alliance Shoe Store
SHOES FOR THE FAMILY
Mrs. Cunningham and children came
down froia Sheridan yesterday and
will visit at the home of her brother,
Dennis Landrigan, a few days before
proceeding to her home at Wood River.
"Bud" Rumor has gone to Ann
Arbor, Mich., where he will enter upon
a course nt that famous university.
New plays, new music, now special
ties nightly at opera bouse all next
week. Bittuer Stock Co. You know
GEO. I HAND, M. D.
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT
Eyes Tested nnd Classes fitted.
DR. T. ALLEN,
Palolcst K.uiMi I-aten Methods
ALUANUE' ' MKBItAHKA
OU never saw
Jot of good clothes
you right now for fal
Hart, Schaffner & Marx
clothes, and the new colors, new weaves and fabrics
are as rich and varied and attractive as clothes
In addition to the new browns, grays, tans,
and animal colors which have been so attractive a
feature of this fine line, we'll show you some fine
blue serges, black worsteds and fancies, such as
every man ought to have.
Twenty dollars will -jet you a mighty good suit;
all-wool, perfect!) made, correct in style. Other
The Famous Clothing"
TRY THE FAMOUS FIRST
Here's Mare Than Winter Warmth
Here's Supreme Winter Cemfer t Tee
Hero's Underwear that fit whore
other underwear simply hangs. It fits
under the arms without binding; over
the hip? without bunching or bulging;
at the waist without bagging or sag
ging; and all over without wrinkling
anywhere. It's shaped to the fotm,
find made to scientific measurements.
It's elastic, not stretchy, because knit
ted, not woven. Thus porous, per
mitting evaporation of pcrsporation.
Made in a variety of fabrics, includ
ing Mentor "Shrinkprooi"lhe ideal
wool undcrwcai the only kind guaran
teed not to shrink,
Union and Two-piece Suits for
Men, Women and Children
Drs. Bowman, & Weber
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
First National Hank Hldg. Rootnn.jy6
Office hours, 10 to 12 a. m.,
i:jo to 4, 7 to 8 )). m.
OK ice Phono 65 Res. Phone IG & 184
;; It. ICltlCA.MIDR, t
Office in Alliance National Bank lilk.2
T Over Postoffice.
a more attractive
than we're ready to show
I we'ar. They're
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