The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922, November 05, 1908, Image 1

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The Alliance Herald.
Official Publication
of the City and
County. ' ... .
Largest Circulation
of any Newspaper in
Western Nebraska.
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Some Substantial Improvements in Alliance in 1908
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New Burlington Passenger Station at Alliance.
Cost $80,000. Finest depot in Nebraska west of Omaha
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Sr. Acnf.s' Acuh;iv Cost, $30,000.
To examine our
statement of con
dition. People who intrust
their money to a
bank should know
something of its
financial strength.
The annexed state
ment speaks for it
self on its strength
we solicit your business.
Capital .
The First National Bank
U. S. Government, State, County and City Depository
Protect your valuable papers by renting one of our safety
deposit boxes. These boxes cost SI.00 to SI.50 per year. They
are protected by our fire-proof vault and our electrical burglar
Capital and Surplus, $15,000.00
Keith L. Pierce, Cashier
Notary Public in Bank & Insurance Written
& . Highest Interest Paid on Time Deposits J-
Real Estate Loans, any stz, made or negotiated
FcMndi Ccisr, so.ono.
The First National Bank,
At Alliiino, ln tlii Siitti' of Nebraska, it thu
Ionl- (if Ihi.sIiii'n.s. September U-'J, IWK
Loans and Discounts ., J367.530.58
Overdrafts : 7S4.S3
U. S. and Other Bonds .... i05,8oo.oo
Banking House and Pixt'rs 11,000,00
Cash and Exchange 129,442,58
S614. 557-00
. S 50,000,00
.. 1, 525-62
... 50,000.00
- 473-032-37
Surplus ....
Net Profits .
Donosits. .
S614, 557-09
Mieraby certifiy that the above state
ment is correct. S. K- Warrick,
. ' Cashier.
Box Butte County Assists
in Putting Nebraska
in Democratic
Though National'Republican Ticket is
Elected, Democrats Elect Congress
man, Governor and County Officers-
Last Tuesday's election was no
doubt a landslide, with the democratic
party unmistakably at the bottom of
the rush when the returns are consid
ered in a general sense, but locally and
as far as the state is concerned, we
have everyfreason to rejoice. With the
election of Judge Westover for congress.
A. C. Shallenberger governor, the leg
islature and county officers democratic,
we see no reason why we may not hur
rah a little while the enemy is shouting
itself hoarse over the victory of their
national ticket.
Tuesday was an ideal day for the
great fight and both parties were in the
field early and late gathering in the 1
voters. All the highways and byways
were searched for him who possessed
the right to cast a vote and the result
was a heavy poll. It was evident
throughout the day that the democrats
were making the most vigorous cam.
paign and the. ballots proved this
when counted that evening. In the first
ward there were cast 392 ballots while
the second showed up with 293. In all
the precincts in the county the activity.
at the poll was so lively.
I Jie official count which v
tyas con,v
pleted today shows that there were
1334 votes cast and W. J. Bryan re
ceived a majority of 84. Judge West
over made a phenomenal race, having
led his competitor, Kinkaid, by 261
votes. Eugene Burton, too, rau like
wild fire and Peter Jensen, candidate
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for commissioner, came out of the race
with a decided majority. Owing to the
fact that the vote was not counted till
a late hour today we give but the total
vote of each candidate in the comity,
and will publish the official vote in full
next week. Following is tho vote.
Taft Eleciors , ', . . .600
Bryau Electors ,. 08 4
Prohibition Electors 20
Socialist Electors. 30
Sheldon, (rep.) .....;..,..,. ..Gog
Shallenberger, (dem,) .., ....OSJq
Kinkaid, (rep)...."l ....539
Westover, (dem). , 754
Senator '
Meyers, (rep) f . ., 597
Adams, (dem)...... C91
Chase, (rep)...., 543
Johansen, (dem).' i--742
County Attorney
Barker, (rep) ,. . .. . . 4SS
Burton, (dem). 82B
County Commissioner
Fosket, (rep) ...573
Jensen, (dem) ., 729
Total number of votes cast in county
Married at Bridgeport
The marriage of Mr. J. H. Wehn, a
well known young man who formerly
lived in this city, is chronicled by the
Bridgeport News-Blade as follows:
"At the home of the groom's parents
in Bridgeport at high noon, on Wed-,
nesday, Uct. so, Mr, J. Herbert Wehn
and Miss Gertrude Hinman were united
in wedlock by the Rev, Geo. H. Wehn,
an uncle of the groom, who arrived
here the day nrevious.
The groom is a son of J. W. Wehn,
president of the Bridgeport bank, and
occupies the responsible position of
assistant cashier of that institution,
and the bride is also well and favor
ably known here and in Sidney, where
she resided before coming to Bridge
port. "Herb," as be is familiarly
known, is one of the most popular and
exemplary young men in this commun
ity, and the News-Blade joins with a
host of frieudi in extending its warmest
congratulations and hwt wishes to
himself and bride. May they safely
glide over life's troubled sea, and, as
J Governor-elect A. C. Schallenberger.
they approach the eventide, may they
be able to look along the backward
track and say in the words- of Grovcr
Cleveland that their wedded life "bad
been one glad sweot song."
The event was witnessed by f only
a few immediate relatives of the con
tracting parties, and at tho conclusion
of the ceremony all sat down to a
gumptious wedding dinner at the home
o-'the groom's parents.
'. After dinner the newly wedded pair
left by automobile for Lewellen, where
Mr; Wehn has charge of the bank, with
Garland Wehn, brother of the groonl,
acting as chaffeur, and there they will
make their future home.
Among the out of town guests were
Mrs. B. V, Reeves of. Guernsey, sister
oftho groom, and Mr. and Mrs. B. D.
Mils of Miuatare. Mrs. Mills is a sis
tetof the bride.
Rev. Jeffers Resigns
;: Pastorate of Church
' The announcement was made last
Sunday ly Rev. G. C. Jeffers of the
Baptist church that he would be com
pelled to resign his position within the
affluAdM wpu,d,departi
t;i fni- lm inmi nf his Remit Geneva.
N. Y. Tho motive for Mr. Jeffers'
unexpected move is the result of the
gradual decline in health of Mrs. Jef
fers and advice of her physician that a
lower altitude will prove beneficial,
. It is with keenest regret that wo
chronicle the near departure of Mr.
and Mrs. Jeffers, who have been resi
dents of this city for more than seven
years. Mr. Jeffers' church work is so
well known that words of praise are
inadequate and his parishoners will
always hold him and his estimible wife
in dearest remembrance.
Rev. J. H. Houston, we are advised,
will have charge of the parish work on
the retirement ot Rev. Jeffers and until
a permanent pastor is appointed.
A farewell reception will be tendered
Mr. and Mrs. leffers at the Baptist
church nfixt Tuesday evening at 8
o'clock at which the general public is
"The Missouri Girl"
Return of the favorite at the Phelan
opera house Monday, Nov, y, This is
one of the popular plays Alliance
playergoers enjoy going to see. It is a
prime favorite and has never failed to
fill the house because it is the kind of a
play people want to see. The comedy
throughout is ol the bright and spark-
ling variety that brings forth genuine
laughter from those in the audience.
The drama is one with a strong plot
and is intensely interesting. Now that
the stage has been enlarged, the com
pany can use its metropolitan scenery
with the electrical stage effects and
the moonlight scene especially is said
to be beautiful. Music will be fur
nished by tho Alliance orchestra. Re
served seats can be had for 50 or 75
cents according to location in the
house. Gallery is 50 cents and child
ren 25 cents. People attending the
Missouri Girl will get the full worth of
their money.
"The College Boy," as played by
Bernard Riggs and company at the
oporu house last night, was one of the
spiciest plays that has been presented
in this city for some time. B riggs is a
clever actor and his sjipport ie likewise,
Norton's always the largest, best and
Pest House is
Entirely Destroyed
Even tho old pest house east of the
city, which has sheltered the contagious
sick of the city for the past number of
years, took a notion to eclcbrato over
Iho election last. Tuesday flight, when
', it was discovered about 12 o'clock to
be in flames. The building was en
tirely destroyed. The origin of the
fire is unknown. Tho pest house was
first erected during an epidemic of
small pox several years ago and has
since been used for persons afflicted
with epidemic diseases.
Grand Island vs. Alliance
on Gridiron Thanksgiving
The local foot ball team, which has
gained an enviable reputation, has
made arrangements to play tho Grand
Island business college team in this
city on Thanksgiving day. No doubt
this will be a lively tussle as tho Island
has soma mighty fast players in their
team. No doubt there will be a good
attendance from that city as well as
this neighborhood and the game will bo
looked forward to with interest.
W. E, Heinemann, representing tho
Buick Motor Co.. of Flint, M ich. ,has
closed the agency for the Buick line
for the season of 1909 with Mr. Jas
Keelcr, of Alliance, for several cotintics
in the western part of this state. This
popular line comprises nine different
models ranging in price from $450,00
to Si, 750. 00. The model No. 10 tour
ing Car will bo a 22-24 h.p, shaft
driver car equipped with inagneto
MMichelih tires 92 inch w)ieel base
detachable tonncau or double rumble
seat and will sell for $1,050.00 i,o.b.
, factory.
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ally observed all over the, city ' by our
younger residents, who enjoy U)e
pranks that make the event memor
able. Several social events took place;
one at the home of F. E. Reddish,
where a groupe of children enjoyed a
! few hours of pleasant companionship;
I also at the home of Mr. and Mrs, New
I berry, who arranged a joyful time for
a gathering of the younger generation.
Mr. and Mrs, Phillip Nohe arrived
! here Tuesday morning from ail extend
ed visit at Denver and other Colorado
points and will remain for several days.
Their sons are here going to school and
business interests may cause them 'to
remain indefinitely.
Mrs. Louis Bucchsenstein and child
ren returned home last Saturday from
their visit in Iowa and Illinois. They
had a delightful time and the boys
brought with them a good supply of
walnuts and hazelnuts of their picking.
Win, Jappert is in the city today on
W, lr. Akerman was in the c,ity yes
terday, going west the fo)lowing morn
ing. Mrs. M. E. Johnson and son left
Tuesday for an extended visit with
relatives and friends in Omaha.
J. McNamara has been transferred
from Hdgemont to Alliance as boiler
maker foreman vice S. A. McMonagle
Mrs. W. J. Reid left this morning
for Denver to bring homo her sou,
Burton, who has been confined in the
hospital at that place.
Eight engine crews have been as
sighed to tho east end on account of
the increased business and will run
between Seneca and Ravenna.
Wm. Artz has been transferred from
Alliance to Edgeuiont as boiler maker
to fill tho vacancy made by Mr. Mc
Namara, who was transferred here.
B. C. Anderson, who has been em
ployed as clerk in the superintendent's
office lias tendered his resignation to
take effect Saturda-, By Mr. Ander
son's resignation the Burlington loses
one of its most faithful employees.
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