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ALLIANCE. BOX BUTTE COUNTY. NEBRASKA: THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1908
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 Bank
Alliance Will Have
a Sewer System
Our $2.00 Women's Shoes
It's no trouble for any Woman "to
buy a good pair of Shoes, if
she pays enough money for them
but she is very apt to have plenty
of trouble when she buys $2.00
Shoes, or Shoes at moderate prices.
It depends entirely upon where
she buys them.
If she comes here for them, she will
get the best Shoes $2.00 ever bought
Our $2.00 Shoes are made according to our speci
fications by a Maker that knows how. Shoes can't be
made better for the price.
Calf and Vici Leathers
Correct Fall Styles.
Lace and Bluchers
Any size and width that's made.
Try a pair of our $2.00 Shoes, Madam, and see
what you have been missing in moderate priced Shoes!
3Wawct So& Store
SHOES FOR THE FAMILY
FIRST STATE BANK
Capita! and Surplus, $15,000.00
Keith L. Pierce, Cashier
Notary Public in Bank j Insurance Written
& I lighest Interest Paid on Time Deposits &
Real Estate Loans, any size, made or negotiated
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jofiice in Alliance National Bank HISc :' '
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GEO. T. HAND, M. D.
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND 1MR0AT
NOTE PAPER t
PA I. VIS
Rii-Eds g;v:i AWAY AT
Eyes Tested and Glasses fitted. HOLSTEN ' S
At special meeting of the Execu
tive Committee of the Commercial
club last evening at the club office it
was decided to go ahead and get mut
ters in shapc.to vote on the bond issur
for a sewer system. Mr. Wilson, ti3
engineer for the Municipal Service
League of Chicago, states that the
ptesent plans in the city hall will be all
right and that only a few minor chang
es are necessary.
The Club last niglit voted to ask the
city council have a competent engineer
O. K, the plans awd set them in shape.
In order to vote the amount ncccssaiy
to be used to build a sewerage system
that will cover the city for veais to
come, it will 4e necessary to take in
the outlying additions outside of the
piescnt incorporation. iBittners Big Show Making Good at
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fom out of town hero to attend the
speaking. Hut such things will happen
occasionally and this was one of the
times. However we are pleased to an
nounce that other arrangements have
been made to have good speakers hcte
during the campaign among them be
ing Hon. H. H. Fleharty, who will
Rpcakjin Alliance next Tuesday even
ing, October 6th, and on Tuesday,
Octolrcr ij, we will have the pleasure
of Iteming an address by Hon. A, C.
Shallcubcrgcr, who will speak at the
opera house in the evening, also at
Crawford in the morning and Heining
ford in the afternoon of the same day.
Bear rfhesc dates in mind and be on
hand to hear the political issues fairly
and intelligently discussed.
the Opera House This Week.
lated to ascertain whether or not these1
outlying additions want to -"ome in and
get the benefit they wocid deiive from
annexation. Alliance should be made
city of ver five thousand population,
of the first class. TDie water-works
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It ifj a pleasure for us to note that
the Bittttcr show lunuing at the opera
house this week is giving theatre goers
Speak lin Alliance
Hc4i. A. C. ShaUenberger. fieinocra
'ticicandidate for governor, will speak
tin t3iis city on Tuesday, r.t. 13, at
8 c-'o!ock p.m. Mr. ShaUenberger is
oneof the most interesting swakers an
itltepilatform and irc will doulrttess give
.us-aood speech discussing 'the pohti
caliiesues of the campaign in full and
we .cdvise members of all ,jarties to
.make it a point to hear this -.speaker.
.Nnmembcr the date, TuesdayvOctober
13, . p. m. Mr. Shallenherger will
Gook at Heniingford m tiie after
aioon.of the same 5a.y at 3 o'clock.
Tilie public speatiJig annotKieeil to
ItJveiplace last Saturday night .did not
IzLe iplace owing to the unavoidable
dday of Hon. Geo. V. Kincaley of
Kex-fios City, who wae unable to reach
tl city lit: 'time. It ieito be regtwjtted,
liofewer, fcbat such was the cu.e for
theos vHiie uite a number of piuple
ever given in repertoire in alliance.
The orforoiianccs are all of a clean
character, 'healthy in tone and highly
pleasing and entcttr.ining ami we can
conscientiously reonimend to every
person 'in Alliance -that an attendance
at these performances will be reward
ed by4n evening's icntcrtaitiRcent hard
to excel tin the show line. The com
iaiiy4e compoccd of very clever and
capable .playeas a:d the Scandinavian
iwsxtetls orchestra has uever beoa
ojualoil in the line of orchestral music
cvci- produced with a showiin this city.
Their 'concerts nlone are worth the
price -of admission.
lanight vill be presented "The -De--jertec,''
tomorrow, Friday .uJght'vVby
Woman -Sin," Saturday aftoraoou mat
ssiee. East Lyun,"' Saturday might, "A
Man en Hlack."
Tiie-3pecialies (between eticli act are
oceeciingly clever and are in tbemsol
ea worjth the prios of adinisaon. This
compHexy is entitled to and (ally worthy
of a. crvded hoiMe every uirjht.
S. K. Warrick, .cashier of tle First
Katiouaj Dank of this city, .attended
the Nebraska state bankers association
at Lincofcs Saturday and vMio!ected
a delegate to the American tbaakera
association, which -coctvened in iDtr-iver
Do Your Feet Ever Hurt?
If you could look inside of your shoes with your foot
in it. you would sec why. The sole of your foot bends,
the sole of your shoe bends scarcely at all.
Ninety-five out of every 100 cases of foot suffering
can be traced directly to stiff soles. Their constant fric
tion is what brings hard, callous places, what irritates the
delicate nerues and tendons and make vour feet draw,
The Tenderest Feet Are Comfortable in
the Red Cross Shoe
Its sole is flexible. Though of regular thickness, it
bends with the foot. Not a move
ment is hampered, not a muscle re
stricted. The moment you slip it
on, you notice its wonderful ease
and suppleness. Come in. Hcnd
it. Walk in it.
It doesn,t cramp, bind, or "draw"1
the foot it fits like a glove. Try'
it once and nothintr could induce II
you to go back to stiff sole shoes! r
Vc have it in all styles. Let us fit you. 1 Ugh Shoes,
$3.50 and $4.50.
HY B1TTNER CO. IN
PHELAN OPERA HOUSE
Children io cents
Adults 25 cents
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The endurance race which was to
huve talren place iant Saturday in the
interest'ntf the Crawford raoe meet be
ing held -at that place at the same time,
uas declared ofT on .account of the in
dlcmency of the weather and the bad
condition of the reads between both
places. Tin's dampened the .ardor of
i-lliauceiiee who intended to go to
Crawford io attend he nvcesand see
the finish of the endurance contest
ami when the special train left here
that moraine only three passengers
were on the train Irom this point. How
ever, there wac a good attendance from
other points aluug the line.
We always give
you the Most of
the Best for the
W. C. Hikbs, Mgr.
DR. T. ALLEN,
I'alo lem Kxtr;tIon Lutett MetbodV
Hafe. 8uru .
ALL! n.NOE' NKHHA8KA
The Herald office is supplied with
Bryan and Kearn lithographs sent out
reccutJv by the national committee and
adtnireTB of the two candidates may
secure a copy of same by calling at
once. Tliey aie in great demand and
we won't promise to reserve anv. First
come, first served.
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LOU notice how dressy, stylish,
distinguished in clothes, some
some men always look. Do you know how they do
it? We'll tell you. They buy here
Hart, Schaffner & Marx
clothes; that means all-wool, perfect tailoring, and
correct style to begin with. They buy, in addition
to a fancy weave suit, a black thibet or cheviot,
or a blue serve; and occasionally change off for a
week, get the suit they're not wearing pressed,
give it a little rest in the closet; and then put it
on fresh, and new looking.
You can do that; and you ought to; it's clothes
economy. Remember the Stetson hats, Douglas
shoes, Manhattan Shirts. Big lines of boys' wear
The Famous Clothing1
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