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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 24, 1910)
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ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA! THURSDAY NOVEMBER 24, 1910
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To Give Thanks
WE provide an absolutely safe
place to deposit your money.
WE are not an experiment but a
grown, really existing reality.
WE return your money (all of it)
WE are prosperous as well as
progressive and M E R I T
WE give you the best of service
as the result of long experi
ence. WE do not mimic, or meet, but
create, originate and raise.
WE have the largest capita, sur
plus and profit account of any
bank in this region.
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The Glaze Marble Works
CHAS. GLAZE, Prop. ;
We receive our marble in car load lots, thus sav
ing freight and agents' commissions, which customers
must pay when buying from agents of non resident
dealers. A full line of Monuments and Headstones in
our yard at Hemingford. You can see the marble
before ordering and can examine the work before
accepting it. Satisfaction guaranteed.
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GEO. T. HAND, M. D.
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT
Eyes Tested and Glasses Fitted.
Have you ever had the
pleasure of trying one
of our hot drinks on a
cold, chilly, raw, blus
There is nothing more
invigorating or more
We particularly rec
ommend Mot Beef
Hot Chocolate Hot
Every one will satisfy
the most fastidous
taste and the most
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: KENNEDY BROTHERS
Office in Alliance National Bank Blk
t Over Postoffice.
A PliasMt SHrpisi
Ln&t Thursday cTculng about forty
members of the Presbyterian church
surprised Mr. and Mrs. F. II. Pardroo
by calling on them in a body to help
celebrate their 40th wedding anniver
sary. The event will bo remembered long
and well with happy thoughts by Mr.
and Mrs. Pardee, and tho valuable set
of sllverwaro presented to thorn will
serve as a useful memento of tho occa
sion, Mr, Poter Rubendall made tho
presentation speech, which was thor
oughly enjoyed by all, his remarks be
ing very appropriate,
Tho 'bridegroom" was arrayed In
the custom of "yo olden time" and tho
evening was spent in laughter, with
handshakes and happy returns of tho
day. A grand, old fashioned timo was
had and the overjoyed couplo forgot
for the timo being the weight of defin
ing years, and seemed a happy young
bride and groom again, Li Ice tho
Psalmist of old they felt that their
lines had fallen in pleasant places.
That the days of these good Alliance
ftcople may be prolonged in tho earth
s the wish of this paper, and may they
live to see many more wedding anni
versaries pass as pleasantly as this
Mrs, Elizabeth Pye, wife of I. ItPye,
of Morrill, Nebraska, died in Alliance
Tuesday evening at about eight
o'clock. Sho had been taking treat
ment for cancer of the breast at the
Dr. Nichols Sanitarium in Hot Springs,
8. D., but was supposed to be nearly
well, and was discharged as cured.
Her husband met her here on Mon
day but she had taken a relapse and
grew steadily Worse until her death
Tuesday night. The doctors who at
tended her were of the opinion that
death wS clHM""1 'r
medlulno used to.remojfe-thejsaneer,
Mr. I'ye left8 Wednesday tor their
home near Morrill, where they have, a
family of flvo children.
A DR. A. GAISER,
Office, Room io, Kumer Block,
Phone 525, Alliance, Ncbr. 4a-t
What more appropriate time could
there be for the union of hearts than
this Thanksgiving day, when the hearts
of the whole world are going out to
their fellowinen? Love is the forma
tion of ail that is good and pure-
The marriage of Mary Virginia Jones,
daughter of Rev. Mr. and Mrs. J. L.B.
Jones, to Ward B, Nortou, is to be
solemnized at high noon today at the
residence of the bride's father, the cer
emony to be performed by Rev. A. R,
Julian, D, D. Immediately after the
ceremony a wedding breakfast is to be
partaken of at the Norton home, where
the couple will live until departing for
their future home in Los Angeles.
Miss Jones is a Virginia girl, and al
though she has only been in Alliance a
short time, her winning ways have
made her a very popular young lady.
Ward Norton was born in Alliance and
is known to all as one of our most pop
ular young men. Most of bis educa
tion has been received here, two years
having been spent in the Y. M. C. A.
business college at Los Angeles. As a
bright, honest young business man be
has a bright future before him, and
with the beautiful bride as his compan
ion for life, we can only wish them joy
The bride will be attired in a pale
blue messaline gown and will carry
white bridal roses. Miss Alice Ache
son, who will be bridesmaid, will be at
tired in a tan wool-taffeta gown and
will carry pink bridesmaid roses. The
groom and groomsman, who will be
Claude McDonald, will be attired in
the conventional black.
The wedding is to be performed un
der an arch decorated with white bells,
smilax and roses,
A magnificent wedding present from
the father and mother of the groom is
a 5,000 bungalow at 2221 West 31st
Street, Los Angeles, completely furnished-
This is where the home of the
couple will be and is in one of the most
aristocratic residence sections of the
city by the sea. The employees of the
Norton store presented a beautiful sil
The Norton t family came to Box
Butte County before the city of Alli
ance was founded and purchased the
second lot sold here, it being where tbe
Gadsby building now stands. They
have stayed with our little city through
thick and thin and have done a great
deal towards its improvement and up
building. The wedding announcements state
that the young couple will be at borne
in Los Angeles after January 15, iqii.
"Though fools spurn Hymen'B gentle
We, who, improve bis golden hours,
By sweet experience know,
That marriage, right understood,
Gives to the tender and the good
A paradise below."
Announcements have been received
of the wedding of Miss Florence Part
ridge McKean, of Denver, and Mr.
Reuben Edward Knight, of Alliance
Miss McKean is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. William Thomas McKean, of
Denver, and is a very popular young
lady of that city.
Mr, Knight is connected with the Al
liance National Bank in an important
position, and is a nephew of Dr. F- M.
Knight, president of that institution.
He has many friends in Alliance and is
looked upon as an exemplary young
The happy couple will be at borne to
their friends after December first, at
their home on Box Butte Avenue. This
paper joinB in congratulations.
As we go to press this morning we
learn that Miss Edith M. Swan and
Wayne D. Zediker were married at
nine o'clock last evening at the Episco
pal church by Rev. Harris- A recep
tion was given at tbe Swan borne after
the wedding. Tbe couple left last
night for a honeymoon trip to Denver
and other Colorado points. They ex
pect to return about December zth-
Enjiiij fw Sale.
Mr. C. M. Carey, of Lakeside, Ne
braska, who is a new subscriber to The
Herald, was in Alliance Tuesday and
stated that be had a brand new, six
horsepower, Lamb Boat & Motor Com
pany gasoline engine for sale at a bar
gain price. Mr. Carey stated that this
engine could be seen at the Crescent
ranch, or anyone interested could ad
dress him at Lakeside-
Mr, Carey is in the well digging bus
iness and states that he is kept busy
all the time and that he has more work
than he can do. We know by his rep
utation that he is an expert in his line
Ladies Suits Coats
$25.00 Suit or Coat reduced to . .
$20.00 Suit or Coat reduced to . .
$15.00 Suit or Coat reduced to.,
One lot Ladies' Coats that sold up to
SPECIAL $12.50 we offer at a spec- s 00
ial price of... s7
MENS SUIT SALE
We offer as an extra special, one lot of Men's Suits,
finely tailored, stylish patterns, that are worm up to
$20.00, at the exceptionally low price d J 4 jg
Large line Men's Overcoats, strong values, best
tailoring, good patterns, worth up to (JJ'l cq
$17.50, reduced to 9 I .U
$6.50 Wool Blanket, 1
size, extra value, j qa
reduced to )t.uO
$3.00 Wooline Blankets
ij4 size, reduced nr
$1.65 Cotton Blankets
ij size, reduced r-f 00
$3.50 Maish's Laminated
Cotton Down Comforts,
reduced to vpZ.uD
$3.00 Cotton Down Com
forts, reduced to P& 0
Good values in cheaper line of
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