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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (June 16, 1910)
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ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA! THURSDAY, JUNE 16, 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 $50,060.00. 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 neat appearance makes a long way toward
You will look neater by having your clothes cleaned '
.and pressed by us.
Our system of DRY Cleaning garments does
not change the most delicate colors nor
injure the finest materials
Alliance Tailoring Co.
Phone 58 405 Box Butte Ave.
OUR DRU Q.S
are all of the highest qualityKwe
can get and are all examined crit
ically after we receive them in
Btock here before a single one is placed
on sale xe do everything in our power
to be on the safe side. A good thing
for you to remember.
Office in Alliance National Bank Blk
DR. BOWMAN: Office in R,umer
block, ltooms 13 and 13. Phones 65
and 16. 20-tf.
In Frent ef the palace Livery Stable
yon can nearly always see a rig getting
ready to start out. We will send one any
dfstance, 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.
GEO. T. HAND, M. D.
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT
Eyes Tested and Glasses Fitted.
CrE I i ' i ' i ' i ' r'r
Contest Takes Fresh Start
After the last special prize had been
awarded, the contest lagged somewhat
for a while, but now that the close of
the contest is ncariug a fresh start has
been made. As will be seen by com.
paring the standing of the candidates
this week with that of last, 6,743 votes
have been cast, which by adding one
third make 8,993 in thespecirtl Grnpho
phone contest. One-fourth will be
added to votes received the coming
week in counting them in the special
SPECIAL PRIZE CONTEST j
Following is tho standing of the
candidates in the contest for the special
Columbia Graphone prize, for the week
ending June 15:
Miss Snow , 4467
Miss Moravek 2C07
miss Boon - J300
Miss Rosenbeeger. ., 400
Mrs. O'Bannon 320
Miss Acheson , Too
STANDING OF CONTESTANTS
Following is the standing of
contestants for The Herald Pin
no, up to and including June 15:
Attie Snow, Alliance 20925
Ella Moravek, Canton 17180
Gladys Boon, Alliance 15300
Nell Acheson, Alliance 12625
Jessie Geiger, Hemingford.,9185
Anna Dainton. Alliance 6050
Theresa Morgan, Lakeside.. 5900
Mrs. JUmma UBannon, Al
liance -. 5815
Jennie Sandoz, Strasburger.5225
Mrs. Mary A. Morrow, Ros'
enroll, Canada 5150
County Fair Premium List
The premium list for the Box Butte
connty fair, to be held Sept. 21, 22 and 23,
is being printed this week. The list of
premiums is much larger than that of last
year, and we suppose the largest yet of
fered by anv fair in northwestern. Ne
braska. Not including purses fortgo
races and. special premiums, there are 603
first premiums, 803 second premiums, and
56 articles on which orly one premium, a
diploma, are offered, making a total of
1,662 premiums. These are divided intp
thirteen classes, as follows:
Class A, Horses, superintendent not yet ap
pointed; t'lnssU, Cuttle, W. It. Swan, supt.;
Class U. Sheep, IS. V. Nation, uupt.; Class V,
Hoc. Win. ltust. Sr.. Mint.! I!lns n. Pnnltrv.
Fred ilollrlnir, iuut. 1 Clus P. 1'iirin Products.
I mint tint vfr nntuiltitnil flniu fl 1i,i.nni(
Product. Mrs. v. D. Humor, upt.; (Mass II.
Fruit, Mrs. I B Tush, sapt.: Class J. Flowers.
Mrs. I, II Highland, Mint . Class J, Needle
and Fancy Work, Mrs. VV. E. Cotunt supt.:
Class K Machinery, etc. U N. Worley, siipt.i
Class , Discretionary Mrs. Dr. Churchill.
supt ; Class M, School Work, Mis? Delia M
it ted, supt.
Person interested in exhibits and who
wish to enter should apply to the secre
tary of the Fair association, Karl D.
Mallery, Alliance, for a copy of the pre
We have been having a decidedly dry
spell in this part of Box Butie county the
last few weeks. While oiher localities
have been Retting good rains, they have
been avoiding Alliance for some time until
last evening, when we got a good one,
probably about a half inch of water falling.
The early grain in this vicinity has been
injured by the dry weather, but with the
rain of last night and more to follow, as
there are now indications of, late crops
will come out all right.
Death of Infant
The death angel visited the erst
while happy home of Mr. and Mrs. S.
K. Warrick on Tuesday evening of this
week, taking little Emma Lucile, the
darling of the family, at the age of sev
en months and twenty-one days. The
little one has never been strong, and
became afflicted with spinal trouble
before death came.
Extending Piano Business
We are always pleased to learn of Alli
ance merchants increasing their business,
and especially so when the increase comes
from extending their trade beyond the
usual limits. For this reason we are
pleased to learn that last week Mrs. Ida
M. Ross, besides selling a fine new piano
We always give
you the Most of
the Best for the
J. A. Berry, Mgr.
to Mrs. F. Snow, also sold two pianos to
HOLY ROSARY CATHOLIC CHURCH
Order of Services'
Sunday Masses, 7 00, 9 00, and 1030 a.
m., except on the third Sunday of every
month when the order is 9 00 and 10:30 a,
m. Evening service every Sunday even
ing at 7 30. Kev. V. L. McNamara, Pastor
ALLIANCE CIRCUIT M. E, CHURCH
There will be regular services next Sun
day at Valley and Unity at the usual hours.
METHODIST BriSCOFAL CHURCH
Subject for morning consideration, "The
Heart Waxing" Gross". Evening, "The
Preaching morning and evening at usual
F1RBT PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
The morning service next Sunday will
be devoted to the Children's Day exercises.
Evening service as usual. Ladies' Aid so
ciety at the church Wednesday, 2 p. m.
UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Usual services throughout the day, to
wnicn a coraiai invitation is extended,
st. Matthew's episcopal church
Services Sunday as usual. Holy Com
munion, 8 a. m. Morning prayer and ser
mon, 11 a. m. Evening prayer, 8 p. m.
TheSacrament of Holy Baptism will be
administered at the eleven o'clock service.
Large Lint Legal Blanks
people, know what an annoyance ft is to
waui vuuvcyanciDg or oiner legal Dianks,
and not be able to get the kind wanted
without having to wait for them. And
most local newspaper men know what it is
to carry a few blanks, but find when a
customer calls in a hurry that they are
"just out" of the kind wanted.
For a Iqng time The Alliance Herald,
like most local newxnannr n(frn. r9rfi.1l
a limited supply of blanks, which meant
that we had frequent calls for blanks not
in stock; last year we improved conditions
bv Stocking lin with a tfnnrl tr-tvlnfu V.,.,
still had some calls for blanks not on hand.
1 0 DAY SUIT
Don't put off buying your Suit for the Fourth until the last minute,
but come in now while our stock is complete, our service the best, and
while you have plenty of time in which to make a selection. For this
special occasion we offer some very attractive bargains in this
seasons newest styles and weaves.
and $27.50, specially
that money will buv.
Plain and-fancy blue Serges, and all the newest de
signs and shades in Worsteds, Cassimeres, Home
spuns and Tweeds specially priced for this sale at
$10; S15; $2Ch $25:
Phillips Grocery Co.
Another year has rolled around and g
the Stockmen's Association will soon
begin its "convention in Alliance.
j ro accompnsn
a sary for a merchant to make his prices S
right and give the
a for his money.
We take this opportunity of saying
LO bllO LifcLUt) LllfcLL
2 lor your
r o c
for we will offer you some very attrac- s
g tive prices during the Stookmen's Con-
Watch Our Space Next Week
Recently, however, this office has been
uppointed"distrlbutor for northwestern
Nebraska for the celebrated Klopp-Bart-ett
line of blanks and we now have on
hand what we believe to be (be largest
stock and largest variety of legal blanks
45 Men's Suits in blue and black
serges and fine cassimeres and worsteds.
No element of style, no small detail
which would add to their sterling1 worth,
has been overlooked in the making of
mer Suits. Garments Jf f ffl
rW Qnlrl .nr ?? Rfl $75 fin L J I I.UU
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65 Men's Suits. Strictly up-to-date
styles, best of linings, finely tailored, in
several shades of gray,
tan, brown, and fancy
mixtures, that sold regu
larlv for $16.00, $18.00 and
$20.00, specially priced at
50 Men's Suits.
clothes in cassimeres
and worsteds, the best
medium priced suits
that have sold at $12.50
and $15, spec, priced, at
FOR YOUNG HEN
results it is neces-
consumer the best S
1L Will TJfcLV tO SBB TIB o
e r 1 e s
in this part of the state.
Customers in neighboring towns will be
supplied by mail or express, charges pre
paid, at Omaha prices.
Cottage for sale at a bargain. In
quire at The Herald office.
MEN'S and BOYS'
$1-oo to $5-00
Every style, every kind
of braid that is consid
ered correct this season
will be found in our
We have a becoming
crown for you. We are
showing the finest as
,sprtment of Panamas
ever brought into this
try at 10 10 J OU
A special showing of
straw hats at 1 5 to 25c
You'll work better and
feel better all around
if fitted with a
We have got them for
every occasion and
we'll fit you properly
we know how.
$4.00 to $6.00
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