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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (June 17, 1909)
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ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA! THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1909
(JlL. Jm JlL JSutastm
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
Total Capital, Surplus and Earnings - $106,380.20
Total Deposits - - ' - - - - 401,125.20
Cash Reserve 110.395.40
HERE'S THE GLAD HAND
The foregoing Facts places the
name of The First National Bank
synonymous with the best and is
a guarantee not only of Safety
The First National Bank
To the Visiting Stockman, the South Omaha
Boosters, the Train Load from Crawford and
The Nebraska Stockmen's annual
convention now in full blast is the big.
gest and best ever. The heavy rains,
that have been soaking this country
the past few weeks, let up just in time
fitM 'uH .Ifciii,' t-rrTivA.
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.
Screamer & Kennedy!;
"Office in Alliance National Bank Blk V
Over Postoflke. $
Omaha Live Stock Exchange; A. F.
Stryker, secretary; John S. Walters
superintendent Union Stock Yards
company; Mayor James C. Dahlman
of Omaha; Sam J. Acker, E. W Ca
llow, V. B. Check, J. M. Cook, F. L.
Crone, A, II. Dudley, John T. Fredcr.
ick, G. J. Ingwersen, V. II. Jones, V
F. King, E. P. Melady, A. E. Rodgers,
Walter B. Roberts, Arthur D. Smith,
Geo. Smith and Brad. C. Hickox,
reptcsenting the live stock commission
firms of South Omaha; and Sterling
Emeus, with the Daily Journal-Stock-man.
come, a, thousand
The keys to the city
rendered to visitors.
' doesn't belong to us who live here; it
belongs to you who live somewhere
else. Everybody from everywhere in
ebraqka is welcome and from any-
have been sur-
F. M. KNIGHT. President.
W. II. COKB1N, Vice Pres.
F, W. HARRIS, Cashier.
S. F1CKELL, Asst. Cash.
Alliance National Bank
Highest Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
Capital Paid in $50,000
"Always Money to Loan on Approved Chattel Security.
I F. M. Knlht W. H Coibln F,W. Harris F. E. Holsten B. F. Bettelhtlra
where outside of Nebraska. As wo go
to press n bevy of ladies, a part of the
Crawford crowd, called at this office.
Thoy are welcome.
HON. TIIOS. li. MC FIIEKSON
for this event, and the weather is fine.
Yesterday, the first day, the attend
ance was not large, but today the town
is full of people and will be till the
close of the convention.
About 11:30 a.m. today a special
train arrived from Crawford, bringing
a delegation of about 120, including
the Ft. Robinson military band, and
headed by Mayor Cooper.
When No. 43 rolled in at 1 n in. the
much looked for South Omaha boosters
arrived and were given a royal wel
come, such as they may depend upon
always receiving at Alliance. This
delegation consists of the following;
Thos. B. McPlierson, president South
Endorse Agricultural Department
HON JAMPS C. DAllI.MAN
UNCfcE" ZED GOOOW1N
Tho Pioneer and Stockman,
Closing Exercises, St. Agnes' Academy
The closing exercises of ,St. Agnes
academy will be held at Phelan opera
house Fiiday, June 18th. Tickets can
be purchased at Btcunau's drug store
or at the academy and exchanged for
reserved seat tickets at Holsten's. Ad
mission, 50 cents.
P, H, iobel and H. Von Barren, two of
Box Butte county's progressive farmers,
called at The Herald office while in Alliance
last Saturday for a little visit and added
their words of endorsement and encourage
ment to the many we are receiving in re
gard to The Herald's agricultural depart
ment. They are quite interested in
alfalfa growing and like others, who are
well acquainted with this country and
have given closo attention to this matter,
are enthusiastic, in their endorsement
of the methods of seeding, growing and
the selecting and testing of seeds as advo
cated by Prof. Hunt. Herald subscribers,
who have been reading Prof, Hunt's arti
cles on alfalfa growing, know something of
how much be emphasizes the importance
of getting a good stand the first year. , Mr.
Von Bargen has some very fine alfalfa and
endorses the position taken by Prof. Hunt
on this point In particular. He claims
that if a good stand is secured tho first
year that that will insure excellent crops
subsequently, but If on account of. seed
being 'poor or for other reasoni the stand
oi young alfalfa is poor that it is very diffi
cult if not altogether impossible to make
thick enough afterwards. Not only docs
a poor stand give the weeds a chance to
grow but In trying to get young alfalfa
after the first year's seeding the old alfal
fa chokes out the young plant.
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 fii.d lvre some very desirable $25.00 Suits at $20. Some S20.00 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
YOU HUST IT'S UP TO YOU WHY? OH! WHY? CLOTHING IS LIKE CLOTHES MAKE
see those elegant H A ft T To buy your clothes right right Will you pass up a line of Suits A WOMAN LOTS OF MEN
SCHAFFNER& MARX beauti- in quality, right in style, right in like we are showing and pay It should be above suspicion. The right kind of clothes put a
ful Men's Suits that sold price Jf you wm ,Qok at Qur more money for inferior goods. If you wear a man in the right class. Oppor-
offer at " nW- $20 New York-made line of worsted Look over our Hart 00(1311 RBF tunity comes to the man in the
Beautiful patterns, all wool, suits at , (10 Cn & MM right company. Any of our
some silk and wool. Spring of C1R Rf1 JIZ.OU ., ,0t """ A f t su.ts are classy enough for any-
1909 shows on every out- $I3.UU .. , ,, ... , , Su,t people won't suspect any- one. The only thing not classy
NOT MANY I EFT . m VU '" W why thlg ' f y0U nbt " is the price.
NOT MANY LEFT you W,H get all right W(J se so n Elegant tailoring
BETTER GET IN THE T ,,, , Maximum of quality . See CIO ,.
GAME EARLY LOOK 'EM OVER ANY DAY WILL DO, Minimum price . our ?lO lme
THE FAHOUS THE FAMOUS THE FAHOUS THE FAMOUS THE AMOUS
HOLY SMOKE 1
You don't know real comfort on
a rainy day or a cool night if you
don't own a Rain Coat- Wo
$7.85 s $25
Come in and try one on. No
obligation to buy if ou 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 T weights, ,.
shoe than our prices. See f EZf starts iJ C sj P m ( 1 anc
our $3.50 line Douglas P&lJJ at J9js jjC per pair J upwards,
"Khaki Pants with belts, 150 Elgin Shirts, worth Boys' Pants. For 10 days Hosiery Special 6 pair Straw Hats at EZr 5002. Black Shirts
all (f J $1.25 and 1.50' Q Os, our 50 and 65c 0(g, Sox, all colors, tf T and on up to Jjd for OCksy
sizes P 1 pair to close 2sJs short pants at tJrL GouaatHtf 6 mHu boxjf $3. 50 for Stetson's Straws boys tJsC
We are agents Price We carry the largest as- 200 doz. heavy work Sox Boys' Shoes, 1 Jot $2.00 Biggest EZfksy Beautiful Knicker Suits
for "NU LIFE" $3.00 sortment of $3.50 to 2 for 25c grade, f 1 grade, 2 (fr TC Line of O UC Shirts for Boys.
A great garment. See it Stetson Hats $8.50 at, per dozen X to slA, at mJ in town. See them Rightly Priced
The Famous Clothing House, Alliance, Nebr., y:tSt1
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