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ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA I THURSDAY, JULY ,7 1U1D
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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 good for our country customers and the people
& rfCgflducted by-the J5IS TJERSOF M ERCY-
Patients given best possibleeare by
trained nurses, and are permitted
to choose their own physician
are all of the highest qualify we
can get find are all examined crit
ically after we receive them in
stock here before a single one js placed
on sale we do everything in our power
to be on the safe side. A good thing
for you to remember.
hi Front ef the Palace Livery Stable
70a can pearly always see a rig getting
ready to start out- We will send one any
distance, lor any purpose, at any time.
We answer all calls promptly
and will be glad to serve you in apy way
in which a rig is required.
H. P. COURSEY. Prop.
: KENNEDY BROTHERS
Office in Alliance National Bank Blk
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GEO. T. HAND, M. D.
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT
Eyes Tested and Glass Fitted.
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We always give
you the Most of
the Best for the
J. A. Berry, Mgr.
You'll Wish Company
if you buy one of our pretty sets of
crokery or china we are selling so
much below the regular. You'll be bo
proud of it that '
You'll Want to Show it to Your
If you have a new set nlteady you
certainly will like to see some of our
Pieces for the Sideboard
So come anyway.
The Fair Store
W. J. Hamilton, Prop.
All water rents inubt be paid ut Citv
Hull before July 20th, Water wiil
pussitively be turned off according to
ordluunce U8 sec, 10,
302t J. H, Caw son, Water Cora,
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Great Voting Contest
Drawing to a Close
The Herald's great voting con
test closes Thursday, July 7,
1910, at 8 o'clock p. m., if there
is no one at The Herald oflico at
that hour wishing to subscribe
for the paper or turn in votes or
subscriptions. The object is to
close the contest at a time known
to all contestants, and others in
terested, but still not depriving
anyone of the privilege of sub
scribing or voting because of a
rush that may occur at the hour
set for closing.
When it is ascertained, at or
after 8 p. m., that there are no
persons present at The Herald
office having votes votes to re
port, or wishing to subscribe,
the contest will be declared
closed. The standing of the
candidates will be bulletined dur
ing the day and evening of July
7 in The Herald, office, or in
Here's something that will put
ginger into the contest, and will
be of great interest to subscrib
ers: The subscriber who is paid
the farthest ahead at the close
of business, Thursday, July 7,
1910, will be refunded three
fourths of the amount paid
ahead at that time.
The subscriber who is second
farthest ahead at that time will
be refunded one-half of the
amount paid ahead. '
The subscriber who is third
farthest aHeadwill be jrdfunded1
one-third of the amount paid
As we are offering to give win
ners of prizes in the contest
their choice between the prize
won and a percentage of the
money paid on new subscriptions
from June 1st to the close of the
contest, and on the special
Graphophone prize from June 9
to July 7, and as we will npt re
fund under any circumstance
more than seventy-five per cent,
of the money paid on any sub
scription, we make the follow
ing exception to the above: in
regard to new subscribers who
have voted for a candidate who
chooses a percentage of the mon
ey paid on new subscriptions; If
the amount to be paid 'to the
winning contestant plus the
amount that would go to the sub
scriber makes more than seventy-five
per cent, of the amount
paid ahead, the amount to be
paid the winning contestant will
be deducted from the amount
that would otherwise be refund
ed to the subscriber, and after
the deduction has been made the
balance, if any, will be paid the
Present te Sebscrikws
Every subscriber to the Herald,
whether new or old, who pays
two years in advance on sub
scription, on or before July 7th,
will receive a beautiful and use
ful Library Wall Chart free.
These are being published ex
pressly for us, and will be deliv
ered to subscribers free, express
or postage charges prepaid.
They show portraits of the Gov
ernors of Nebraska, an excellent
county and township map of
Nebraska, map of the United
States with portraits of the
Presidents, map of the world
giving portraits of the rulers of
the world, and descriptions of
the principal cities of the United
This beautiful Wall Chart Is
printed in colors on three sheets
of heavy paper, 28 by 36 inches,
mounted ready to put up. It is
not or sale; we ordered them to
give to our subscribers; but
compared with the prices
charged for other maps, it is
well worth $1.50.
We will give absolutely free,
transportatipn charges paid, to
any person, paying. two years'
subscription to The Herald in
advance; or to any person pay
ing one year in advance and fifty
cents additional. Any person
paying four years in advance
will receive two copies free; and
for each additional two years
paid in advance, an extra copy
of the Wall Chart.
For the convenience of per
sons who may wish to subscribo
and pay, and furnish the names
of the persons subscribed for
later, we have subscription
cards, each good for a year's
subscription. One of these will
be furnished for each dollar and
a half so paid, which will entitle
the person paying to 150 votes
for the candidate of his or her
choice. Upon return of these
cards, receipts will be issued to
the persons to whom the paper
is to be sent, and showing the
date to which each is paid.
Reception at MeCorkle Home
In the Herald of last week we guve a
report of the wedding of Frank Dunning
and Inice MeCorkle, The reception
was held at the home of the bride's
father, Mr. J. C. MeCorkle, on Friday
evening, July ist. The happy couple
returned home from their honeymoon
trip to Denver, Colorado Springs, and
other Colorado points lastFridaymorn
The residence was beautifully dec
orated in pink and white and costly cut
flowers were everywhere in evidence.
In the receiving line were Mrs. W. W.
Norton, who received at the door Mrs.
Cogswell, who did the introducing; and
Mr and Mrs. Hargraves, who stood up
:jS-LU,.ih,e n e wJyi niar rie J couple. The
residence was crowded all the time Irorn
ight o'clock until eleven thirty.
On several tables in a side room were
many beautiful and costly presents,
which were admired by all. The large
front porch had been enclosed for the
evening, Mr. Cogswell entertaining in
In the dining room the guests were
served punch by Miss Alice Acbeson
and Mra. Lloyd C. Thomas. Icecream
and delicious cake were served by Nell
Acheson and Ruth Aspenwall.
The orchestra which was composed
of Miss Beulah Smith, Paul and Carl
Thomas, Camille Nohe, Fred Funk,
and Herbert Nelron, entertained with
several beautiful instrumental pieces.
The vocal solos were well rendered and
elicited much applause.
Stockmen 60 To Alliance
Bound for the annual convention of
the Nebraska Stock Breeders' associa
tion, a delegation of South Omaha
live stock commission men, headed by
Secretary Stryker of the Live Stock
exchange, left Sunday in a private car
for Alliance, Nebr. A number of
others will spend the Fourth at home
and leave for Alliance Tuesday.
During their stay, which will last a
week, the South Omaha delegation will
spend its spare time in boosting South,
Omaha and the local market. Omaha
HON. FRANK L BEEMAN, Keirw7, Nb.
VisKtr at tij Steckow's Conviction.
DR. BOWMAN: Office In Humor
block. Rooms 18 and 13, Phones C5
and 10. 26-tf,
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Reduce Your Living
Expenses by Buying
Your Groceries Where
You Can Get Them the
These are a few of the many bargains to be
found In our store:
Tomatoes in No. 2 cans $1.00 dozen
Corn in No. 2 cans . . 1.00 dozen
Green String Beans
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jvruui 111 3 iu wus, l'-o uueii
Hominy in 3 lb. cans 1.20 dozen
Snider's Pork and Beans in No. 3 cans. . . 2.45 dozen
Snider's Pork and Beans in No. 2 cans. . . 1.80 dozen
Snider's Pork and Beam in No. 1 cans. . 1.25 dozen
Canned Peaches 1.75 dozen
Canned Pears 1.25 dozen
We buy our Groceries -.every week so they
are always fresh.
A cordial invitation extended to everyone visiting- the
Phillips Grocery Co.
CeMril SiwriaUitdtat ef tin Unlfl StMk Yards,
So. Omh, Utrwch wins CHrttsy tkt Amine
picture thow, htprtsentfog steck ytrfe u4 (Med
iae Um smmi, will In gtrtn fret la AlHme
A Few ef the Alliance Visitors
Miss Wilma Wood is enjoying a visit
from Miss Willis
Miss Eva Clemmons of Sheridan is
a visitor in the Newberry home. ,
Miss Billings of Ft. Robinson spent
Sunday and Monday in Alliance.
Miss Rose Trumble of Mitchell is
the guest of Mrs. Louie Surprise.
Dr. A, J. Faulk is here for the week
in chtrge of the Mitchell ball team.
Miss Ethel Miller is entertaining her
friend Miss May Hobsou of Spokane.
Mfs. James Mewhirter of Ravenna
Is -here, the' guest of Mrs. Zoe Mew.
Miss Mamie McCauley of Beaver
Crossing is visiting her friend, Miss
Mr and Mrs Dan Hill of Gordon
are the guests of Mr.- and Mrs. Ro
The Mitchell base ball team won the
games both Tuesday and Wednesday
of this week. !
Mrs Jennie Reed is entertaining
Mrs. F. O. Rowe, Miss Grace Rowe
and Lynn Reed of Mitchell. Nebr.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Phillips of West
Lawn are enjoying a visit from Mr.
and Mrs. Howard Short of Slater,
Mrs. R. Barnum is here, the guest
of Miss Bernice Kridelbaugb. Mrs.
Barnum will co to Ft. Robinson the
lact r( tttn tunMlr fr riai lir ImeitnnrVe
brother, Captain Barnum.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Miller are en
tertaiuiug the following friends from
Crawford: Mrs. Hattie Fairchild, Miss
Murrel Spearman, Miss Nora Wilson,
Miss Millie Lindeman, Dr. Cutler and
Training School for Nurses '
I In pnnnoftt nn wit.li MMmv Hno.
pital, conducted by the Sisters
of Mercy, is a Training School
for Nurses. Wanted, young
ladies to enter the Training
Sphool of Mercy Hospital
Alliance. AduIv to
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Let Other Towns Celebrate
When it was proposed to celebrate
the Fourth of July this year, and follow
the celebration with the three days
stockmens convention, The Herald
favored the proposition; hut we wish
now to start a movement to let the
neighboring towns have the Fourth of
July celebrations. Alliance people cele
brating with them, and then invite them
to come to this city to the annual stock
mens' convention and the big fair in the
We do not know vet what action the
stockmen will take in regard to dates
for future conventions, but we wish to
suggest that a certain time be set for
everv year, sav three days, commencing
the first, second or third Monday in
June; or if preferred, commencing on
ome othei day of the week. Our idea
is to have the stockniens' convention
held at the same time each year.
HON. JAS. C. DAIILMAN
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