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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 11, 1909)
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ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY NEBRASKA! THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1909
The success of a bank and the
safety of the funds intrusted to
it depend upon a judicious admin
istration of its affairs.
Every active officer of the First
National Bank is a banker of
Its Directors are well known men
selected for their business abil
ity and financial standing.
The strength of this bank lies not
alone in its largccapital, surplus1
and resources, but in the char
acter and financial responsibility
of the men. who conduct its
First National Bank
Capital, $50,000 Surplus and Profits, $53,000
The Farmers' Institute.
The annual Farmers' Institute, on Mon
day arid Tuesday of this week, was hold
at an inopportune time on account of the
storm that prevailed, It was hardly to bo
expected that people, especially from the
country, would attend during such weather.
There was, however, a fair attendance the
second day, and a splendid interest man
ifested A part of the program was omitted, of
course. Besides the music and readings
by local talent, which were well received,
O. Hull of Alma, Nobr., gave an address1
on "Soil Tillage for Small Grain," Prof.
W. E. Hunt of Syracuse, Nebr, presented
"Growing Potatoes;" H. D. Lute gave a
talk on 'Improving the Cattle of Ne
braska," and Miss Kauflman of Lincoln
told "What to Cook and How to Cook It."
It is impossible for us at this time to
give a resume of the addresses as we would
like to do, but we wish to mention two in
particular aod call attention to their im
portance, which, we doubt not, are of
vastly more importance to the people of
this country than is generally thought;
namely, Prat. Hunt's talk on growing po
tatoes, in which he gave valuable informa
tion in regard to diseases of potatoes, and
Mr. Hull's talk on soil tillage, with special
referenced a tbe conservation of moisture.
Doth of these addresses were not only re
pleto with statements of scientific facts
but were intensely practical.
Before potato planting and crop grow-
This is a. Lad time of the year
to neglect either a cold or
cough. A .cough easily leads
-into other aod ofton more tser
ious diseases. You can easily
cure any cough with .
Nature's great cure for cough,
bronchial hoarseness or cold
2" the lungs. - '
3w ?- j j - - -" - ' - i- i --- -Mr- iw
J 9 mfjB
ing time arrives we wish to publish in Tho
Herald some of the most important mat
ters mentioned in these two addresses,
but of course it will not be practicable for
us to present to our readers in this way as
full a treatment as they should have for
those who are engaged directly in farm
ing. Uoth Mr. Hull and Prof. Hunt
strongly recommend that farmers of this
section write for state and government
bulletins, which give the results of ex
tensive experiments and investigations by
experts, and which arc sent free to those
who apply for them. Write Congressman
M. P. Kinknid, Washington, D. C., for
bulletin on "Diseases of Potatoes" and
other government bulletins, and Val Key
set, Supt. Farmers' Institutes, Lincoln.,
Neb , for bulletin on "Spraying Potatoes"
and other state bullatins.
Annual solemn requiem mass for the
repose of the souls of depcascd mem
bers of the Knights of Columbus will
be offered up on Monday, Fob. 23, 0
a. in., at Holy Rosary church. All
members are requested to attend.
II. A. Cowry, O. K.
l It. (VConnoii, Fin. Secy.
Those failing to see tho play, "Along
the Kennebec,"" tomorrow (Fridny)night
will miss a genuine treat,
We always give
you the Most of
the Best fdFtfie
W. . Hibbs, Mgr.
GEO. T. HAND, M. D.
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT
Eyes Tested and Classes Fitted.
Ladies9 and Misses9
ItKPOKT OK TUB CONDITION Ol'
The Alliance National Bank
CHAHTKK NO W57,
At. Alliance, In the Stnto of Ncbruskn, at
tho clwo of business Kub. 0, HHW.
Loan unci illncontitH $208,878.11
Overdrafts, sccunil nnd unxecured
if. . iioiHii to Hfcura circulation ....
Hanking homo, furnlturo and fix
ture Duo from national luinlis (not ro-
serro iwionls) $ 404.1S
Duo from Ktiito Hunks nnd
Duo from unproved reserve
Chock nnd nthcrcRsh Items 02.55
Notes or other national
banks , 2C5.W
Fractional paper corrtuioy,
nickels nnd coins 210.10
Law tut, Monby llKMKitvr. in Hank,
liCKnUcmlcrmHi'M, liWOO 12,110.00
lUxfctnpllon fund with U.S. trcasur-
ir (5 pur cent of circulation)
Capital stock paid In 3 6OWO.0O
Surplus fund 23,000.00
unuiviiiuu nruuui, lussmpenseHiinu
National hank notes outstanding. . . 12,600.00
Dun toBtnto Hanks and Hunkers S.108.PI
Individual deposits nub
Joct to check 184,7(11.84'
Demiind eertlllciitw of tlo-
PUSH. , J l-UM.il)
TinmeortlllritUwofdoposit 74,407.03 220,034.55
STATE OP NKIIUASICA,! ,.
I. I. V. HarrlH. eiisliler of tho uIkivii-
iinmcd lunik, do Milcmniv swear tlmt tho
ulxivo statement I truo to tho foesiofiuy
ktionk'dKO ami lMilluf.
V. W. llAitins, CuMilor.
R St. Khioiit I
V. K. IloiJiTKN ' J-Dlrcctort.
U. F. IIETTKMIEIM 1
HuUsorllied nnd sworn to before, mo this nth
iltiy of Kobruury, I00S. .
My commission expires Deccmbor 7, 1011.
Regular meeting postponed until
Monday evening, - ''-
LLOYD C. THOMAS, Secretary
ON ALL LINES OF
Men's and Boys' Winter Suits and Overcoats
Great Slashing of Olothing Values
. 1 Big Lot of Men's Suits that 07 Q C
5 sold up to .$ 15.00, now t7 i mUtJ
S 1 Big Lot of Hen's Suits that dJT O C S S 1 Big Lot of Hen's Suits that rf C ff
S sold up to $12.50, now tPJ00 I sold up to $10, go now at pOUU I
You can save now from $5.00 to $10.00 on a Winter Overcoat
We must clean them out before the arrival of our Spring Purchases
OUR LOSS WILL BE YOUR GAIN-WE ARE DETERMINED TO SELL THEH
SZLvdZ-A-ILjIli -sxT-A-KIEIS FOB ZkEIEirsr - IT ID IB O "ST S CD E3 221 O TT 2S S Z O 2T Si.a:E3S
Wright's Health . 2 Pairs Men's 2oo Pairs Men's sol- EXTRA SPECIAL Boys' Sweaters, Boys' 65c 5 Pairs Canvas
Underwear, L25 Wool Sox for id leather $3 Shoes Boys' $2 Shoes, for 75c kind, now Knee Pants, Gloves for
k,nd 89 H 25c at $225 l?ys $1.39 39c 39c 25c
1.25 Blue Flannel loo pairs Men's $4, Qfic Hen's high cut A good Any Boys' Cap Boys' 65c
Shirts. 4.5o and $5 Pants, 27(J Shoes, 3.50 quality, Work Shirt for in the house, Hittens, now
89c $3.50 u'srt $2.50 39c 25? 39c
Hart, Shaffner & Harx Clothes
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