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ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA! THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 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
Conducted by the SISTERS OF MERCY
Patients given best possible care by
trained nurses, and are permitted
to choose their own physician
A good 4 room cottage. Good cel
lar. Good barn and out buildings.
263t Christian Matz, 520 Mo. Ave.
are all of the highest quality we
can get anu are au examinea cm
ically after- we receive them in
stock here before a single one is placed
on Bale we do everything in our power
to be on the safe side. A good thing
for you to remember.
J KENNEDY BROTHERS;
Office in Alliance National Bank Elk
In Front of the. Palace Livery Stable
yon can nearly always see a rig getting
ready to start out. We will send one any
distance, for any purpose, at any time.
We answer all calls promptly
and will be glad to serve you in any way
in which a rig is required.
H. P. COURSEY. Prop.
I BUSINESS LOCALS. i
Janeway's wall paper at Holsten's.
Money" to loan on real estate. F. E.
Holsten's for up-to-date wall paper.
Wanted, responsible man to work
on ranch and wife to do cooking
and house work. Inquire at Herald
One nearly liew top buggy at a bar
gain. D. WL Butler. 24-41
Home raised Short Horn bulls for
sale. lames B. Leith, Box 1066, Alli
ance, Nebr. i2-tf
I am prepared to do all kinds of
garden wotk, replanting trees and odd
jobs. Phone 58 or call at Phillips Land
office. Will Goodenough. tf
For Sale, all my dwelling houses, I.
A. Holdredge, 219 Sweetwater, 17-tf
Wanted Sewing by day or piece.
117 Sweetwater avenue- 8tf
Wanted Work by day or take wash
ing home. Phone 485 blue. tf
Plain sewing wanted. Prices reason,
able. Children's clothes a speciality.
Phone 166 blue. 21. Gt
Rooms Wanted for Junior Normal
Persons having rooms to rent duriqg
the Alliance Junior Normal should
notify the county superintendent soon.
Call up phone 28, on or after Tuesday,
Household Goods For Sale
Rev. J. L. Vallow wishes us to an
nounce that he will sell all his house
hold goods, except piano, at private
sale, as he expects to remove to West
Virginia soon. Residence 502 Box
Butte avenue. Phone go. This sale
includes large roll-top desk. Bar-Lock
typewriter and sectional book-case.
StalttoH for Sale w Trade
Stallion for sale or trade for horses
or cattle. Good disposition, ranee
broke. Weight 1800, seven years old,
dapple gray. James Potmesil,
ii-tf Long Lake, Nebr.
For Sale 1 Sulkv. weiplit en His?
made by Chas. Caffery; at Donovan &
son 8 wagon snop. Owned by Fred
GRAND SPECIAL PRIZE!
Last week wo published a
complete list of the prizes offered
under the rules of the Herald
voting contest as previously an
nounced, but there are probably
a number of ladies who would
now like to be in the contest if
some of the candidates were not
so far ahead that they would
have no hope of overtaking
them; consequently we have de
cided to offer a Grand Special
Prize which will give candidates
starting now an equal show with
those already in the race.
This prize is a magnificent
Fifty-five Dollar Graphophone,
sold by Mrs. Ida M. Ross, Alli
ance, as will bo seen by the ad
vertisement of the Columbia
Phonograph Company in this
issue of The Herald. This in
strument will be here within a
few days, when it may be seen
and heard at Mrs. Ross' sales
room, 116 "West Montana street.
The manufacturers' price of
this instrument is $55.00, and it
cannpt be bought at retail any
where for less than that sum,
It is a splendid instrument and
needs only to be heard to be
We offer this Fifty-five Dollar
Graphophone as a Special Prize
for the four weeks commencing
Thursday morning, June 9, and
ending Wednesday evening, July
6, 1910. The contest for this
prize is open to all ladies,
whether already candidates in
this contest or not. In fact, any
lady starting now as a candidate
stands fully as good a show 'of
winning this prize, if not better,
than though she had started
The contest for this Special
Prize is open to all candidates.
If the winner is also winner of
one of the regular prizes, she
may have her choice of the two,
but may not receive both. If she
chooses the Special Prize air
lower candidates in the main
contest will be advanced one
place accordingly. If she pre
fers to accept the prize in the
main contest to which she would
be entitled by not accepting the
Special Prize, the next highest
Mrs. Nettie E. Taylor was born June
12, 1864 at Jamestown, N. Y., and
died June G, 1910, at her home in
Guernsey, Wyo. She was married to
DeWitt C. Taylor August 31, 1878.
11 rs. Taylor bad been in poor health
for months; an operation for cancer of
the stomach was performed last Jan
uary but the disease was in the system
and ended her life after much suffer
ing. The wishes of the deceased were
carried out in the funeral arrange
ments' she being buried from the M.
E. church in Alliance, Rev. J. L,
Vallow preaching the sermon. The I
services were in charge of the Rebecca j
Lodge. Interment was in Greenwood
cemetery. Two beautiful pillars of
flowers were donated by the Eagles and
DAILY PROGRAM ALLIANCE JUNIOR STATE NORMAL, 1910
Mental Arithmetic. 2
The maximum amount of work a student may take is four
full subjects and two drill subjects. Drill subjects are drawing,
penmanship, and such subjects as do not require study sutside of
the recitation period. They are printed in small, caps. The
figures denote the number of the room in which the class will
Attendance for at least 80 .days is necessary for Junior
Normal credit. f . -
candidate for the Special Prize
will be the winner of it.
This practically adds this prize
to the list of premiums already
offered, as far as those who are
already candidates are con
cerned, and at the same time
gives new candidates an equal
chance to win the Special Prize.
DONT HOLD IACK VOTES
Wo prefer that candidates turn
in -votes as soon as received, and
as an inducement to do so will,
in the special contest, add one
third to all votes received during
the week ending June 15; one
fourth to all votes receive dur
ing the week ending Juno 22;
and one-fifth to all votes received
during the week ending June 29.
Thus, every 150 votes received
during the week ending June 15
will count 200 in the special con
test; 150 votes received during
the week ending June 22 will
count 187 1-2 in the special con
test; and 150 received during the
week ending June 29 will count
180 in the special contest.
CASH IF PREFERRED
If the winner of the Special
Prize prefers cash to the prize,
she may have one half of the
money voted on new subscrip
tions for her during the four
weeks of the snecial contest, the
publisher of The Herald taking
toe Graphophone in place of the
cash thus paid to her.
STANDING OF CONTESTANTS
Following is the standing of
contestants for The Herald Pia
no, up to and including June 8:
Attie Snow, Alliance 17575
Ella Moravek, Canton 15225
Gladys Boon, Alliance 14400
Nell Acheson, Alliance .... 12550
ford 1 10255
Jessie Geiger, Hemingford..9185
Anna Dainton, Alliance .... GOoO
Theresa Morgan, Lakeside.. 5900
Jennie Sandoz, Strasburger.5225
Mrs. Mary A. Morrow, Ros-
enroll, Canada. . . , 5150
Mrs. Emma O'Bannon, Al
I. O. O- F- and an anchor by the A
O. O. P.
Mrs. Taylor leaves a loving husband
to mourn his loss; also an aged widow
ed mother at Jamestown, N. V., who is
now bereft also of the la.st of her family
of ten children- These remaining rela
tions will have the sincere sympathy
of many friends in their sad bereave
ment. Board of Equalization Meeting
The board of county commissioners
of Box Butte counry will meet as a
board of equalization, in the court
house at Alliance, Nebr-, on Tuesday,
June 14, 1910, and continue in session
until the business coming before them
as a board of equalization for this
year has been completed.
V. C. Mounts, County Clerk.
Review Algebra, 4
Beginning Algebra, 1
Oil A PEL
Review Geometry, 1
Advanced Physics, 2
i ANNOUNCEMENTS, il
HOLY ROSARY CATHOLIC CIIURCU
Order of Services:
Sunday Masses, 7:00, 9:00, and 10:30 a.
m., except on tho third Sunday of every
month when the order is 9.00 and 10:30 a.
m. EveninR service every Sunday even
ing at 7:30.- Rev, NY. L. McNamara, Pas
METHODIST BriSCOfAL CHURCH
At 11:00 a. m. the Bacramcnt of
bantlsm will be administered to infants,
and a discussion of tho subject ot In
fant Baptism will follow.
All who bavo infants whom they
wish baptized are invited to present
them at this service.
Usual evening service at 8:00 p
Epworth League at 7:00 o'clock.
Topic of morning sermon will be
Subject for evening, "Eternal Life."
This subject was suggested to tho
thought of tho paBtor by the umnual
number of deaths which have recently
occurred in this vicinity.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Services as usual next Sunday.
Morning topic, "The Mystery of God
liness"; evening, ''God not pleased
with the death of the wicked".
ALLIANCE CIRCUIT M. E. CHURCH
Regular services will be held next
Sunday at Fairview and Berea.
UNITED PRESDYTERIAN CHURCH
Tonic for morning, "Tho Mind of
Christ." Usual evening service.
Alliance Junior Normal
The Alliance Junior Normal opened
Monday morning under the superintend
ency of Prof. W. R. Pale, assisted by a
corps of efficient assistants, the attend
ance being about the same as last year.
It is impossible for us to give a write-up
this week, but commencing next week will
have a Junior Normal department.
Pie Social at Unity Church
The Ladles1Ald of Unity church Will
give n pio social at the church on.next
Saturday evening. Everyone Invited.
Furniture for four rooms for sale,
and hoiiBe for rent or sale. 130 Yel
lowstone Ave. it
Big Display Fireworks
At the Fair Store mav be found the
biggeg display in Alliance of fireworks
and other requisites for celebrating the
glorious Fourth of July. Too many
different things to enumerate. Call
Piano Tuning and Furniture Finishing
W, H. Lunn, piano tuner, having
now permanently located in Alliance,
desires toannounce to the public thnt
he is prepared to tune, repair and re
finish pianos, also having had a factory
experience along this line, can take
care of the repairing and finishing,
cither in polished or wax finish of high
grade furniture. Will be pleased
to give estimates on this work.
Telephone 651 or Bennett's Piano
I. G, Wilson
E. P. WlLKO.t
U. II. History, 6
General History. 0
U. S. History, B
English Literature, fl
Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, 2:40-4:00, Domestic Sci
ence by Miss Myrtle Kauffraan.
On Thursday and Friday all Junior Normal classes will bo
shortened 10 minutes each and the following Institute program
9:80-10:00 School Sanitation and
10:00-10:80 School Management
2:20- 2:50 Methods
2:50-4:10 Domestic Science
Thursday evening Prof. Fulmer will lecture' on the subject,
" Environment and Education.
There will bo n musicalo at Phclan
Opera House Tuesday evening, Juno 14,
witn Mrs. .1. G. Koussenu as vocal solo
ist, Halph Thomas as reader Herbert
Nelson as cellist, and Miss a wan at tho
piano. The proirrainmo will consist of
solos, duets, and several numbers in
Mrs. Rousseau was for sovoral years
soloist nnd soprano In a mixed quar
tette in KnnsoR City. She has' been
connected with tho Conservatory of
Musio in that city for four years. Sho
has studied in Paris with some of tho
best instructors and has been In con
cert work since her return from Europe.
One of tho Kansas City papers says;
"Sho has a voice of much tondcrness
nnd sweetness and sings with express
ion displaying a splendid method ot
tone productions "
The programmo will begin promptly
at 8:30. Heats on salo at Holsten's.
Admission, adults SO cents, children 35
DR. BOWMAN: Ofllce in Rumer
block, Rooms 13 and 13. Phones 05
and 10. 20-tf.
5 -room house for sale; 4-room housa
for rent.T. J. O'Kcefc. aG-tt.
Notici to Lawn Owners
Black dirt and rotted manure for
dressing lawns and for trees and gar
dens. Phone 154 Red,
i-tf Fred Countryman.
The C W. Way Co., Architects,
Hastings, Nebraska, will furnish you
with plans and specifications for any
class of building you wish to erect.
Ask them for information. igtf
Notice is hereby given to H. J. Pat
terson that on Juno 21, igio, his trunk
and clothes will be sold for room rent
and storage. Mrs. JeNNtE Hoskins,
Training School for Nurses
In connection with ,Mercy Hos
pital, conducted by the Sisters
of Mercy, is a Training School
for Nurses'. Wanted, young;
ladies to enter the Training
School of Mercy Hospital at
Alliance, Apply to
We always give
you the Most of
the Best for the
J. A. Berry, Mgr.
GEO. T. IUND, M. D.
EYE, EAR, NOSE M0 THROAT
Eyes Tested and Glasses fitted.
Mouel School 5
Model Sqiioor. 5
and Pin., 6
PKIJI, MLTITi 5
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