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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (July 1, 1909)
The Alliance Herald.
of any Newspaper in
of Bom Butte county.
ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA! THURSDAY, JULY 1, llJ09
Would like to keep an account
of their receipts and expendi
tures if some one would keep
it for them.
Open a bank account with
the First National Bank and
you will find the account keeps
itself, with no expense.
Your checks are always evi
dence of date and amounts of
all disbursements and your
deposit book shows dates and
amounts of your receipts.
Many of your friends and
neighbors have accounts with
us. WHY NOT YOU? Don't
wait for a big start any
amount offered, either large
or small, is cheerfully accept
ed. It's a handy convenience
to the farmer and wage earner
as well as the business man.
The First National Bank
We always give
you the Most of
the Best for the
J. A. Berry, Mgr.
,-. Mm jm
THE GLORIOUS FOURTH OF JULY
A GROUP OP PATRIOTS HARD AT IT.
Parland Newhall Concert
season will be
musical treat of the
the Parland Newhall
GEO. T. HAND, M. D.
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT
Eyes Tested and Glasses Fitted.
f DENTISTS. I
Office in Alliance National Bank Blk X
X Over Postoffice. X
? 'Phono 391. $
Concert Company. This company
will appear as the second number of
the Alliance Junior Normal entertain
There are two reasons why this
company will receive the largest possi
ble patronage. First, they arc the
best company of their kind in the Unit
ed States today. Their programs,
consisting of male quartets, brass quar
tets and bell ringers, offer a variety
that will please everybody. Second,
the people of Alliance will show their
appreciation of the Normal ,by giving
hearty support to the course. The
entertainment courses for the past
three years have been paid for, every
dollar, by the people of Alliance, and
this year will prove no exception to
the rule. Phclan opera house, July 8.
Tickets on Bale at Holsten's after
tttltf ut AilmtooiAn enn nrnllnrt -ien
The Epworth League will give a
lawn social at the Methodist parsonage,
corner Box Butte avenue and Idaho
street, on Friday evening of this week.
All young people are invited. Re
freshments to cents.
Begins Residence in Alliance
Don B. Wagner arrived in Alliance
from Indianapolis on June 14 to take a
position in the office of the trainmaster,
having formerly hc" ii tho employ of
the -Big Four." On Tuesday of this
week his wife ami little daughter,
Doiinn, came to make their home here,
and we are sure they will receive a
royal welcome from the people of this
F. M. KNIGHT. President. F. W. HARRIS, Cashier.
W. H. CORBIN, Vice Pros. S. F1CKELL, Asm. Cash.
Alliance National Bank
Highest Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
Capital Paid in
IST'Always Money to Loan on Approver! Chattel Security.
F. M, Knight W. H Cotbin F. W. Harris F. L Holttan B. F. Bottelhelm
We are making a special
price on all of our 15c
Lawns, Batistes and Dimities.
10 Yards for
"Make your selections
early as these will not last
long at this price.
See Window Display
In white, blue, ' tan and
These are exceptional
values. You can't afford
to be without one of these
AH kinds of
1 ook alike to us
Neither the genuine
nor the fake variety have any terrors for Alliance s Greatest Bargain Givers
A, Elldinff July 12 JgjfUS Ground Floor !
A bunch of
150 pairs, now
50 Men's Suits,
worth 1.75, now
We will never
$5 Dress Pants,
1 lot of Men's Suits
that sold up to
$12.50 per suit,
Boys' Wash Suits
Some very fine $20 Suits,
now on .sale at
A line of New York-made
all-wool worsteds, worth $15,
we put on sale at
Boys' Dress Shirts
50 Stetson Hats
6 pair Sox,
6 months, tf 1
for p 1
They can't undersell this store
The Famous One-Price Clothing House
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