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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (June 23, 1910)
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Remember the Big 4th of July Celebration and Stockmen's Convention at Alliance
July 4, 5, 6 and 7
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ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA! THURSDAY, JUNE 23, MO
STANDING OF CONTESTANTS t
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thing to consider in depositing money in a bank is
s e curity. 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 gobd 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.
405 Box Butte Ave.
are all of the hjghest quality we
can get and are all examined crit
ically after we receive them in
stock here before a single one is placed
on sale we do everything in our power
to be on the safe side. A good thing
for you to remember.
GEO. T. HAND, M. D.
' EVt, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT
Eyes Tested end Glasses Fitted.
Following is the standing of
contestants for The Herald Pitt.
no, up to and including June 22 r
Attic Snow, Alliance 25625
Ella Moravelc, Canton 18905
Gladys Boon, Alliance 15800
Nell Acheson, Alliance .... 12025
Alma Rosenberger,Heming- t
Jessie Geiger, Hemingford.,9185
Anna Damton, Alliance .... u05U
Theresa Morgan, Lakeside.. 5900
Mrs. Emma O'Bannon, Al
Jennie Sandoz, Strasburger.5225
Mrs. Mary A. Morrow, Ros- .
enroll, Canada 5150
SPECIAL PRIZE CONTEST
Following is the standing of the
candidates in the contest for the special
Columbia Graphophone prize, for the
week ending June 22:
Miss Snow 10342
Miss Moravek 4763
Miss Boon - 1200
Miss Rosenberger 588
Mrs. O'Bannon 406
Miss Acheson 100
Frank Thomas is the owner of anew
piano, purchased of the Bennett Piano
Miss Roberts of Bogue's store has
just returned from bee annual vaca
B. E. Holman of Alliance is the new
fireman on the helper crew on the
Burlington. Marsland Tribune.
To our already fine list of assistant,
editors (correspondents) we are pleased
to add one this week from Belmont,
who starts out with n good batch of
G. Wi Berry of Angora, who is,- fct
tending the b. v A. camp meeting,
has been having some printing done at
The Herald office to be used in religi
The rustling qualities of W. M.
Robinson of the Bennett Piano com
pany were shown last week when he
sold a Chickering Grand piano on a
railroad train to a fellow-passenger last
week. wwwww .
We wish to call particular attention
to the notice of a meeting of thfc Alii
ance Commercial Club, to lie held
Thursday evening, June 30th. Busi
ness pf importance is to be transected,
and a full attendance is desired.
Miss Eva Ross, daughter of Mrs. Up
M. Ross, returned Friday noon from
her first year in college at Waukesha,
Wis. She will be home a little over
two months, after which she will return
to Waukesha for the second year of the
six years' course she jb takiug.
Last Friday was a strenuous day for
MrB. J. T. Wiker. Besides selling
two pianos, one to Mrs. Bernice Shields
and another.to Mike Butler, she assist
ed in moving her household goods from
the upstairs rooms in the McWhinney
block to 708 Big Horn avenue.
Judge J. R. Dean of Broken Bow
was in Alliance last Thursday looking
atter his interests as a candidate for the
democratic nomination tor congress.
In company with Attorney Wm. Mit
chell he was briefly interviewing1 demo
cratic yoters. Tbey made The Herald
office a short but pleasant call.
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
Last Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd
C. Thomas arrived on their return from
Phoenix, Arizona, where thoy went
last winter. They are enthusiastic
over the beauties of the Salt River
valley, in which Phoenix is located,
and which tbey say resembles a hugo
garden, but they were both delighted
to get back t6 Alliance and again greet
their many friends here. Lloyd will
continue to sell Salt River valley real
estate, but will do so from Nebraska,
making his office with The Herald.
We might say, incidentally, that any
of our readers who contemplate going
to a milder climate will do well to sec
or write to him for information.
We are more than pleased to an
nounce that Mr. and Mrs, Thomas will
help to make The Herald the best
local paper in Nebraska, Mr. Thomas
having already assumed the duties of
business manager. Persons acquaint
ed with him and his work know there
will be "something doing" in the news
paper and printing business that he is
connected with, The work that Mrs.
Thomas will do as bookkeeper, steno
grapher., etc, will be just as much
appreciated, and will greatly assist in
making the business a financial success,
as well as helping to place the paper in
the front rank as a news dispenser and
exponent ot "the square deal," for
which it in the future, as in the paBt,
DR. BOWMA?HOfflce In Rumer
block. Rooms 12 and 13. Phones C5
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Phillips Grocery Co.
Another ven,r Tina rolled around and
g the Stockmen's Association will soon
g begin its convention in Alliance.
To accomplish results it is neces-
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right and give the consumer the best
a for his money.
We take this opportunity of saying
to the trade that it will pay to see us
for your .
Q r o c er ie s
for we will offer you some very'attrac
1 tive prices during the Stockmen's Con-
Hatch Our Space Next Week
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In Frent of the Palace Livery StaWt
you 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 Tig is required.
H. P. COURSEY. Prop.
We always give
you the Most of
the Best for the
1 0 DAY SUIT SALE
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
season's newest styles and weaves.
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 sterling- worth,
has been overlooked in the making of
these fashionable Sum
mer Suits. Garments
that sold at $22.50, $25.00
and $2750, specially
65 Men's SutS.Strictly up-to-date
styles, best of linings, finely tailored,
several shades of gray
tan Krnwn anrl fiinrv V,
mixtures, that sold regu
larly for $16.00, $11.10 and
$20.00, specially priced at
50 Men's Suits.
clothes in cassimeres
and worsteds, the best
medium priced suits that
money will buy, that
have sold at $12.50 and
$15, specially priced at
SUriMER SUITS FOR YOUNG HEN
Plain and fancy blue Serges, and all the newest de- .
signs and shades in Worsteds, Cassimeres, -Homespuns
and Tweeds specially priced for this sale at
$10 $15 mo $25
MENS and BOY'S
$100 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
orown for you. We are
showing the finest as
sortment of Panamas
ever brought into this
$5 to $7.50
A special showing of
straw hats at 15c ti 25c
You'll work better and
feel better all around i'f
fitted with a
We have got them for
every occasion and we'll
fit you properly we
$4.00 to $6,00
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