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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (June 10, 1909)
The Alliance Herald.
of any Newspaper in
of Box Butte county.
ALLIANCE. BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA! THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 1909
THE HISTORY OF GROWTH
IS A HISTORY OF GUARANTEE
With pardonable pride we call
attention to three items' of our
last "Report of Condition,"
rendered to' the Comptroller of
the Currency: '
Total Capital, Surplus and' Earnings - $106,380.20
Total Deposits - - - - -i - 401,125.20
Cash Reserve - - - - - 110.395.40
The foregoing Facts places the
name of The First National Bank
synonymous w it h the best arid is
a guarantee not only of Safety
The First National Bank
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We always give
you the Most of
the Best for the
J. A. Berry, Mgr.
GEO. T. HAND, M. D.
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT
Eyes Tested and Glasses Fitted.
f KREAMER& KENNEDY?
Office in Alliance National Bank Dlk V
J Over Postoffice. X,
' 'Phone 391.
Many Prominent Stockmen to be Present, Includ
ing A. C. Shallenbarger, Hon. T. B. McPherson
of Omaha, Mayor James C. Dahlman
ALL ABOARD FOR THE MO STOCK DOINGS IN ALLIANCE.
V. M. KNIGHT, President.
V. H. COKUIN, Vice Pres.
F. V. HARRIS, Cashier.
S. FICKELL, Aast. Cash.
Alliance National Bank
Highest Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
Capital Paid in
ESTAIways Money to Loan on Approved Chattel Security.
F. M. Knight W. II Corbln F. W. Harris F. E. Holsten B. F, Bettelhelm
Indications point to an exceptionally
large attendance at the annual convention
of the Nebraska Stockmen's association to
be held in Alliance, Wednesday, Thurs
day and Friday of next week,
It is impossible for us to give the pro
gram complete in this issue of The Herald,
but it will be issued in duo time from this
office in neat pamphlet form. On the
opening day there will be an address of
welcome by Hon. C, C. Barker; responso
by Hon. L. L. Raymond; president's ad-
Opening of ttb.e
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7:30, 8:30, 9:30
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A Clean Show
for clean people
dress; Pros. R. M. Hampton; addresses
by Prof. E. A. Burnett, 12x. Senator J, P.
Van Ooskirk and Prof. A. IS. Haecker,
On Thursday there will bo a buslnoss
meeting in the forenoon, and the afternoon
program will include addresses by Hon.
Geo. Coupland, Hon, T. B. McPherson,
Hon. W. E. Howe, Mayor J. C. Dahlman,
and Hon. A. Baker, and a stercoptican
lecture by Dr. A T. Peters.
Friday will be the day for sports, and
"there'll be something doin' every minute"
that day sure.
Closing Exercises, St. Agnes' Academy
Ths closing exercises of St. Agnes
academy will be held at Phclan opera
house Friday, June 18th. Tickets can
be purchased at Breqnan's drug store
or at the academy and exchanged for
reserved seat tickets at Holstcn's. Ad'
mission, 50 cents.
Master Mechanic Kennedy of the
Sheridan division and Master Mechanic
Bartlctt of the Alliance division wcro
in Edgemont this week on business.
The contracts are roporled to bo
let for the building of the Burlington
from Kirby to Thermopolis. This will
save the stage trip for intending visi-'
tors to these celebrated springs.
(Superior To Pure Sk
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New Lawns and
15c arxd. lc
Tlic Horace Bogne Store:
We have sold more suits than any season in the history of this store in spite of the backward
season. This leaves us with many lines broken and we are about two months early on
cleaning them up. We are cutting prices on broken lines. Get in early and get your pick.
You will find here some very desirable $25.00 Suits at $20. Some $20.00 Suits at
$15. Some lines of $15.00 Suits at $10. We have not all sizes of each pattern but
all sizes in the lot. BETTER INVESTIGATE THIS!
REDUCTIONS IN DESIRABLE CLOTHING
see those elegant HART
SCHAFFNER & MARX beauti-
ful Men's Suits that sold
for $25, that we now
Beautiful patterns, all wool,
some silk and wool. Spring of
1909 shows on every one
NOT MANY LEFT
BETTER GET IN THE
IT'S UP TO YOU
To buy your clothes right right
in quality, right in style, right in
price. If you will look at our
New York-made line of worsted
you will get all right
LOOK 'EM OVER
WHY? OH! WHY?
Will you pass up a line of Suits
like we are showing and pay
more money for inferior goods.
Look over our
line and then you will know why
we sell so many.
ANY DAY WILL DO
CLOTHING IS LIKE
It should be above suspicion.
If you wear a
iuit people won't suspect any
thing bad of you.
Maximum of quality
LOTS OF MEN
The right kind of clothes put a
man in the right class. Oppor
tunity comes to the man1 in the
right company. Any of our
suits are classy enough for any.
one. The only thing not classy
about them is the price.
HOLY SMOKE I
You don't know real comfort on
a rainy day or a cool night if you
don't own a Rain Coat- We
$7,85 Z $25
Come in and try one on. No
obligation to buy if iou don't
A Man makes a mistake Douglas Shoes, all styles, Summer Underwear for 5 pairs Canvas Gloves Working Pants, Union Suits, Spring
when he pays more for a all leathers, Men and Boys for -4 ' ' weights,
shoe than our prices. See (to Q Cl starts g? s jg" JJ tfj and
our $3.50 line Douglas te5-t7C at Jmj jfrtjis per pair P M. upwards
Khaki Pants with belts, 150 Elgin Shirts, worth Boys' Pants. For 10 days Hosiery Social 6 pair Straw Hats at J &" 50 doz. Black Shirts
all if $1.25 and 1.50 QQr our 50 and 65c .JQ-y Sox, all colors, Cjf and on up to &J-' for QCksy
sizes j L pair to close JsOs short pants at kJJri, Guaranteed 6 moaUis boxtjjf S3. 50 for Stetson's Straws boys 3jsG'
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We are agents Price We carry the largest as- '200 doz. heavy work Sox Boys' Shoes, 1 lot $2.00 Biggest EZfhsy Beautiful Knicker Suits
for "NULIFE" $3.00 sortment of $3.50 to 2 for 25c grade, grade, 2 f 1 C Line of flC Shirts for Boys.
A great garment. See it Stetson Hats $8.50 at, per dozen A to 54, at jf mJ& in town. See them Rightly Priced
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