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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (May 19, 1910)
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The Alliance Herald.
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ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA! THURSDAY, MAY 19, 1910
thing- to consider in depositing money, in a bank is
security. The capital and surplus are 'the depositors
protection fund. Our capital is $50,000.00. Our surplus
is $50,000.00. This makes a depositors guarantee fund
of $100,000.00. The
government superintends and examines'this bank. Our
stockholders and directors are responsible, well-to-do
business men. This
has' been established over 20 years, during which time it
has served the banking public faithfully and' built up a
large and prosperous business. The best service possible
is none too good for our country customers and the people
Should Bt On First Page.
The following persons and firms
have advertising' space reserved
on the first page of Tho Herald,
but through ralbcalculatlon In making
up the forms, their ads were in the
first run (two impressions being re
quired to print each edition of the pa
per): Geo. I. Hand, M. D; Kennedy
Brothers, dentists; Thicle, prescrip
tion druggist; Forest Lumber Co., J. A.
Uerry, manager; the Fair Store and the
Palace Livery. We hope this item will
call attention to these ads.sufficlently to
give them as much publicity as they
would have had on the first page.
Attends Bill-Posters' Convention.
S. A. Miller attended the annual con
vention of the Trl-State Association"
of Bill Posters at St. Joe last week,
leaving Alliance Wednesday and re
turning Saturday. TrAs association is
composed of accredited bill posters of
Nebraska, Kansas and Missouri. Si re
PHILLIPS GROCERY CO
WILL ANNOUNCE SOME
Specials That Will Interest You
ports having a splendid time, but re
turned sober, so he says, and with
some new ideas to add to his already
large fund of information on bill post
ing service. The next convention Is to
be held at St, Louis.
Wanted at once, teams to break land,
S3. oo per ?cre. Nebraska Land Co.
S. W. quarter 24-26-50.
N. W. quarter 23-26-51.
If not sold would rent for
season. Would exchange for
property in Lincoln, Neb.
D. P. Miller,
DE3C. T. XteOTTIFIE. I&dlsirLagror
Watch This Space
The annual banquet of the Alliance
High School Alumni association was
held Inst evening at the Burlington
hotel, with an unusually large attend
nnce, there being about fifty present,
including members of tho association
and invited guests
Mr. and Mrs Lockwood provided a
sumptuous repast, the spread being ar
ranged with such elegance as to elicit
many expressions of admiration. A
table in the shape of a horseshoe al
most filled the large dining room, and
would have accommodated a hundred
guests had it been necessary. Follow,
ing is the
Scallops Salmis with
Hot Hars-d-oeuvores ,
Chicken Pie Fruit Salad
Dolled Hum Mustard Sauco
Cold ltoastTurkoy Lemon .Telly Potato Salad
Strawberry Short Cake
Following the banquet dinner, Lloyd
Smith, acting as toastmaster, intro
duced the speakers of the evening who
responded in happy moods, much to
the delight of the company. Follow
ing is the list of
The Association L. M. Smith &XJ
Whr tho Association?. Edith M. Hwan. Pros. '04
Tho Comlni? Yeaf O. H. Williams
FnrAwsy , .lull
Vast and Hv sent
J. A. Ilannn
Tim Mltfhtv Ilriimi.
Apprenticeship . .'. Kthol Jauics 0
J. V. Tavlorw
TboKuture U. W. Hayes
At the close of the banquet a short
business session of the association vvtis
held, at which the following officers fpr
the ensuing year were elected: Ed
ward Jameson, '02, presidpnt; Frank
Rumer, '09, vice president; Alice Ache
son, '07, secretary-treasurer. The
other officers are appointive, and we
have not learned whether they have
been named yet.
The many Alliance friends of Rey.
and Mrs. J, L. Vallow will regret to
learn that they are soon to leave the
city. Arrangements have been com
pleted for the transfer of Mr, Vallow
to the pastorate of the First M. E.
church at Elkins, W. Va., the present
pastor, Dr. J. L. P. Jones, coming to
Alliance. The transfer will be, made
about July 1st.
During their residence of about three
year here, Rev. Vallow and bjM
iamuy nave tormeu a large circle 01 nc
quauitanees, whicn means a I tirge num
ber of friends, who will' sincerely re
gret to see them leave, but who will
wish them well in their new home. It
is no flattery to say that Mr. Vallow Is
a preacher of exceptional ability, and
that the church hcrehasbeen strength
ened by his ministry. We consider tho
church that secures his services for
Dr Jones' district superintendent
says that he is one of tht; great preach
ers of Methodism On behalf of the
church he is to berve and the city of
which he is to become a cituen, we
gladly extend to Dr. Jones and his fam
ily a cordial welcome.
STANDING OF CONTESTANTS
Following is tho standing of
contestants for The llornld Pia
no, up to and including May 18:
Attio Snow, Alliance 10075
Gladys Boon, Alliance 14175
Ella Moravek, Canton 14100
Noll Acheson, Alliance .... 12250
Alma Rosenberger, Homing
Jessie Geiger, Heiningford..6085
Anna Dainton, Alliance .... 0050
Theresh, Morgan, Lakeside.. 5900
Jennie Sandoz, Strasburger.5225
Mrs. Mary A. Morrow, Ros-
enroll, Canada 5150
Mrs. Emma O'Bannon, Al
New Moving Picture
and Vaudeville Show.
John Wallace and E. Becker, com
monly known as "Bill," are us busy as
bees this week getting ready to open
their new moving picture and vaude
ville show in the building at the south
east corner of Box Uuttu nveune and
j Dakota street, ono block north of tho
(Burlington station, on east side of
street. They are getting the largo
room fixed up in "ship shape" unci will
iiavo everything urn ml new. They
promise the best In their line, and will
give their opening performance next
Beal Bros, will continue to have their
ofllce in the south-west roomr but tho
entry will be fco arranged that this will
not interfere with the show, neither
will the show make any difference with
Rev. J. M. Huston writes the editor
from Chicago, under date of May 17, as
'If tho comet does not hit the earth,
or any other calamity befall us, we
will be home for next Sunday. Will
you kindly announce mc for next Sun
day b, m.: 'Echoes from N. B Conven
tion'; 8:00 p.m., 'Gospel Service.' We
have had the time cf our lives."
Evidently Mr. Huston did not think
of the union service to be held Sunday
evening for the annual sermon Of the
High school graduating class, hence
we take the liberty of announcing no
service at the Baptist church at that
S. K. Warrick came over from Alli
ance Wednesday in an automobile and
after a short business call on the Minn
tare Hank continued his trip to Gering
with Wellington Clark on the cushions
aB company. An off-hand guess would
be that some kind of a land deal was
involved- Minatare Free Press.
, A Beautiful Present with each pur
chase of 25c of the famous Chippen
' dale Glassware, at the Fair Store.
Nebraska Land Company has sold in
the past sixty days, land as follows:
E. A. Plummer. ... 160 acres
Thompson Bros .. 320 "
John Hansen ..
J. H. Morrison...'
Ola Pederson ,
D. Wilson .,
Andrew Eikerson ...i ,
W, E. McCorkle
Bargcr (For Nursery).....-
T. C Bradely.. ....
Mapps, J. . .. .. ..,.,......,..
Gillan L,and Co. (Option).... ..........;.,..
Bellamy, F. M. . .. ,
an average of 240ttcrfs a day, for sixty days, counting"
Sunday in. LOOK AT THIS, Home Investors, and
see if yon had not better come let us show you some
of our bargains, as the prospects never were better for
a $5.00 raise than right now. We will sell you land
with small payments down, re-list it for you and' make
you plenty of money. GET .IN WHILE THE SIGN
IS RIGHT. This land has been sold without solicit
ing trade, in fact we we were trying to keep from do
ing business and settle our last years' business during
NEBRASKA LAND CO.
Epwerth League Exchange
The Epworth Jcaguc will have on
sale at I. L- Acheson'sr hardware store
next Saturday afternoon bread, cakes,
plea and other good 'things to eat. your
patronage is solicited.
Empty Boxes and Barrels. .-
Empty boxes and barrels for sale at
the Fair store. Hay or excelsior with
tliein to pack dishes if desired.
Millinery and Dressmaking
Jacobs & Sturm, millinery and
dressmaking, across street from Post
office, Alliance, Nebraska. 22-2t
For Two Weeks
White Wash Waists
White and Black Silk
ba 4 t
June 1 8th has been designated as
"tag day" by the sisters who have
charge of Mercy Hospital, On that
day three ladies, Miss Mary O'Keefe,
Mrs. W. D. Rumer and Mrs. Johu
Brenrian, each assisted by six girls, all
of whom will be supplied with suitable
tags, will solicit donations to be used
in furnishing the new hospital building
when it opens July 1st. Every person
making a donation will bo given a tag
to wear during the balance of the day.
Ac this will be something new for
this city, and as the donations will be
to help a work of mercy and charity, it
is expected that the public will respond
liberally on tag day.
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