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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 22, 1908)
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The Alliance Herald.
of the City and
of any Newspaper in
ALLIANCE. BOX BUTTE COUNTY. NEBRASKA: THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1908
WE ASK YOU
To examine our
statement of con
dition. People who intrust
their money to a
band should know
something of its
The annexed state
ment speaks for it
self on its strength
we solicit your business
The First National Bank,
cnAUTcn no. 2so.
At Alliance. In the Bute of Nebraska, at the
close or business, Septomber 33, IPOS.
Loans and Discounts . .... 367,530.58
Overdrafts ... .. . . 784.83
U. S. and other Bonds . 105,800,00
Banking House and Fixt'rs 11,000.00
Cash and Exchange .. 129,442.58
Capital -.. 50,000,00
Deposits. .-. t . ... 473-032.37
I hereby ccrtifiy that the above state
ment is correct. S. K. Wakrick,
The First National Bank
Ik S. Government, State, County and City Depository
Protect your valuable papers by renting one of our safety
deposit boxes. These bxes cost Sl.00 to 51.50 per year. They
are protected by our fire-proof vault and our electrical burglar
by Rain Storm
FIRST STATE BANK
Capital and Surplus, $15,000.00
Keith L. Pierce, Cashier
Notary Public in Bank & Insurance Written
. " HighesJ; Interest Paid on Time Deposits
Real Estate iloans, any size, made or negotiated
A lady's jacket northwest of Alliance.
Call on N, 1 Lundeen, 105 Box Butte
Seven room house, two blocks east
of Watson's store. John O'KijRrc.
The storm of rain, sleet and snow,,
which prevailed over a greater portion
of the west last Sunday, Monday and
Tuesday, did its share of damage in
and around Alliance. It is said to
have been the heaviest fall of moisture
in these parts for many years, and
streets and excavations all over the
town were more or less filled with wa
ter. The heaviest loser as a result of
the storm here h A. D. Rodgcrs, who
loses from $500 to Si, 000 from damage
of stock stored in the basement of his
business block. Owing to the lack of
sewerage to carry off the rainfall, the
gutters at the north of the building
were flooded and the water swept
through a window that was destroyed
by its force. Mr. Kndgcrs Jms not, as
yet, made an investigation of bis loss
in detail, but it will very likely amount
to Si, 000. Following the heavy rain,
cold wether set in yesterday and Tues
day night there was a heavy frost that
no doubt did considerable damage to
the potatoes still remaining in the
The Horace Bogue store too suffered
damage from the flood. Mr. Bogue
uses the basement thc.reof for storage
purposes and water poured through
the west side of that to the extent that
a thousand dollars worth of hosiery and
other goods were water soaked and
damaged and will have to be disposed
of at a sacrifice. We are informed
that this damaged stock will be put on
special sale in a short time.
The estimated amount of precipita
tion was 2i inches during this rainfall.
Denver where ho will have charge of
the yards for the Colorado & Southern
Co. The Burlington never had a man
here who gavo better satisfaction than
has Mr. Wright; a hustler and a thor
ough railroad man, always pleasant.1
and accommodating, popular with the
public and his fellow employes. The
change is made owing to the increased
salary and preference of living in Den
ver where himself and Mrs. Wright
resided for several years before coming
to Alliance, however, both say that no
where have they formed acquaintances
and friendship which they value more
than at Alliance and wc know that they
have many friends hero who sincerely
regret to see them leave.
Mr. Wright will be succeeded by
Mr. Campbell who has been yardmaster
Xearly half of the winners in the
federal land drawing at Dallas, S. D.,
prove to be residents of Nebraska.
The only ones from this section whose
names appear on the list, are William
S. Armstrong, of Mcmingtord, who
drevv number 1041; Helen M. Dales, of
Chadron, No. 73.: and Christian Zeig
ler, of Rushville, No. 767.
Chaif e of Railway Af eats
G. H. Wright, who has been agent
for the Burlinirton at Alliance for the
past year, has tendered his 'resignation?
and will leave in a couple of days for
Of the NEW DEPOT
ST. AGNES' ACADEMY
NEW HIGH SCHOOL
RULERS GIVEN AWAY AT
ARE STYLISH, COMFORTABLE AND ;
and meet every requirement -of
the most particular. ',
$1.00 to $3.00
We always give
you the Most of
the Best for the
W. C. KIMs, Mgr.
GEO. T. HAND, M. D.
EYE, EAR, JlOSE AND THROAT
Eyes Tested and Glasses Fitted.
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W. W. NORTON
MwHcal, Swiica), Mi Obstetrical
Two Trained Nurses in Charge.
4-Office in Alliance National Bank Blk.!
T Over PostoHice
t 'FJioue 391.
OVERCOATS and SUITS
E are showing the largest range of Styles, Fabrics a.nd
Qualities in Overcoats we have ever shown. Prices are
$7.50, $10, $12, $15, $18, $20, and rip to $30. We are
showing the only standard line in this section, Hart, Shafifner
& Marx, the world's best.
nOYS OVERCOATS at moderate prices. Keep the quality
up and the prices down is our motto. We have the goods.
qTJR NEW LINE of Fall and Winter Suits are the most
magnificent yet produced by American tailors. All the
new styles and new kinks in the tailors' art are embodied in
these lines. We are the only house selling the well known
advertised, standard, Hart, Schaffner & Marx goods. These
styles and patterns are the guide for correct dress through
out the United States.
Big Lines at $15, $18, $20 and upward.
Manhattan New Styles Hart Schaffner Adler-Dents tilts carhart
&Marx FAMOUS WORK
Shirts $1.75 Stetson Hats Fne Clothes Dress Gloves shoes clothes
DOUGLAS Coliss Coon &Lng Union Holeproof Sarens A Mallow's
SHOES ooSSSs Y Elk Brand Cravenetts
AH Styles Collars Wrights Suits Hosiery Gloves Hats
These Names Stand for America's Best Goods, This Store is Filled With Such Standard Merchandise as Above Named.
TEN DAYS BARGAIN SPECIALS
Boys' Two- 7 liHeavy Corduroy CAn
Piece Suitst) I jKnee Pants JUw
Best Bovs' Hosem c Double Knee and Seat
Two Pairs -&0 iBoys' Bib Overalls
C1 GK Buys Splendid Leather Lined Water ro Efl
p I.U J shoes for BoyslProof Douglas Shoes". JU
Cavalry Pants worth fc 50
$5.00. Our, Price PO.
OQ J 1 Lot Boys Pants gr Heavy Fleeced Under- fifJDouilas Shoes (t 7H
uuui 2 Pairs Customer I HL wear, lavs' rJMBovs' ) I Jl
Buys the boy a Fine
Overcoat. Look at them
5 Styles Men's tZfin
50 Pairs Men's Pants
TRY FAMOUS FIRST
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