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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 20 May 1909

ID ft. TORNADO KILLS 9 Storm Does Damage in Kan sas, Missouri and Oklahoma, FIFTY-FIVE PERSONS INJURED, Three 8laln and Ten Hurt When Town of Hollls, Kan., Is 8wept Away. , Twlter Near Great Bend Kills Two and Injures Score Worktraln Is Blown Into Ditch Washouts Demor- , allze Traffic. Kansas City, May 15. A sorles of tornadoes in Kansas, Missouri mid Oklahoma killed at loast nine, Injured flfty-flve, laid waste ouo town and did groat damago to property. Twenty flvo wore injured by a storm which swept over Mt. Washington and Fair mount Park, suburbs of Kansas City. At least two of these aro thought to bo fatally Injured ami others serious ly. Tho town of Hollls, Knn., was Bwopt nway. Three people wore killed and ten Injured. Tho doad Fred Jor doc, John Cyre, Goorgo Eckort. , Tho Eckstrnm family, consisting of flva parsons, Is missing. Their houso is laid In ruins and It Is supposed that thoy aro doad, Near Great Bond n tornado killed two and Injured twenty. Willlnm Ackorly, n Snntn ...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 20 May 1909

n, f t W V ggfrg- ; C r o w ri Piano e I handle the line of Pianos that has the reputation of being the product of a factory that takes pride in its output CROWN PIANOS are made by the Geo. P. Bent Co., of Chicago The tone of CROWN Pianos is dif ferent from others. Come in and hear them. Will be pleased to show you samples. T. J. THRELKELD ALLIANCE, NEBR. Flour of I The reason for the OLD GLORY FLOUR Is that it meets the need of the housewife and baker. If you do not use it try a sack, I carry a complete stock of everything in my line, and handle only the best quality. Cash prices are the lowest in the city. Phone 155 E.I.GREGG ALLIANCE HOSPITAL GRADUATED NURSES IN ATTENDANCE HOSPITAL'STAFF Dr. Bellwood, Dr. Bowman, Dr. Hand, Dr. Copsey Open to All Reputable Physicians. Address all communications to THE MATRON, ALLIANCE HOSPITAL, Alliance, Nebraska. &&tefgr2gg First-class Views and Commercial Work Alliance Art Studio M. K. Gltniin, Iropr. Artistic Portraits a Specially ALLIA...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 20 May 1909

I flAiiU ill . WNNIIW HWWHMHWM'dMlfflU t AUHKjto Published Every Thursday by "The HwaW PwWishinf Cimpany. F. A. l'l KiisoKt Pr n. I.lotd (!. Thomas, Bee. John W. Thomas. Mr. JOHN W. THOMAS Editor J. B, KNIEST Associate Editor Entered at the postoffice at Alliance, Nebraska, for transmission through the mails, as second-class matter. Subscription, (1,50 per year in advance. THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1009. Wo are pleased to note that Col. Kctcham, who sold the Crawford Tri bune, Iibb purchased the Miiford No braskan. Wo wish him success in his new field. Crete Democrat. Bwana Tumbo, the name bestowed upon T Roosevelt, faunal naturalist, by the South African natives, signifies "Ponderous Paunch," Perhaps the gentleman swallowed his teeth. The Custer County Chief, speaking of the State Junior Normal to be held at Broken Bow, June 7th to July 30th, says that it "will no doubt be Nebras ka's banner Junior Normal." What about the Alliance Junior Normal? Of the eight State Junior Normals in Ne bras...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 20 May 1909

K 4. ! f. :iV lt fe' IkiV L . v.. . .i k A. ft '.fi-?. m- Krf i.f ? iV-1 . ' r v H -. - -f " V IS A, v ? ?, LOCAL PARAGRAPHS. Mrs. Dr. Krcamer returned to Hy annislast Sunday. Mr3. G. W. Regan of Angora was in Alliance last Friday. Dr. Bowman made an auto trip to Reno the first of the week. S. K. Warrick was calleJ to Mina tare again this week on busiucss. Rev. D. B. McLaughlin will leave tomorrow morning for Oalikosh. Wqecl safe in saying at last that the backbone of winter is broken Mrs. Fred Gray is now office attend ant for Drs. Bellwood and Single. Born to Mr. and Mrs. John Snyder, 312 Missouri avenue, on May 14, a girl. Attorney Boyd went to Lincoln the latter part ot last week for a few days' visit, Hall and Graham had business in the Morrill county seat the first of the week. Miss Margurete Tripplet is spending a fortnight in Omaha visiting with friends. Mrs. Charles Myers went to McCook Sunday on account of the sickness of her mother. ' Mrs. Ben Price of Hemingford is visit...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 20 May 1909

I 5-fc.-SJtSr3V. 9 ? 3r rt SEND ENGINE BACK First Rob and Then Wreck Train In Washington; TWELVE PERSONS ARE INJURED Great Northern Passenger Train Is Held Up Near Colbert, Wash., and Mall Car Is Rifled, Robbers Obtain Ing About $20,000 Two Tralnloads of Deputies Fall to Find Any Trace of the Bandits, Spokane, Wash., May 17. In tho holdup of tho Croat Northern pnsscn tor train No. 3, between Colbert anil Mead, shortly before midnight, twclvo persons wero Injured when tho engine and mall car. running wild down the track by tho bandltB after thoy had rifled the malls, collided with tho re maining cats of tho train. Tho bandits detached tho engine and mail car from tho train, ran them down tho track a considerable tils tanco and then, after tho registered mall had been opened, they sent tho engine back to collide with tho cars standing on tho track. Tho conductor saw the wild cars coming down tho Hack at a rata of twenty-flvo miles an hour when they wore a considerable distance away an...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 20 May 1909

1 k & GROCERIES Oh! Ham V v We don't sell just "Ham." We sell Armour's "Star." The ham of hams "The Ham what am." w Fo-n w V: T- 4 J&&&&r&ji J5r-gsra nJspwWPMW Ferris cSc Essay GREAT DISCOUNT SALE 25 off on all Dry Goods, Clothing", Trunks, Suit Cases, Tel escopes, Shoes, Notions Calico, 8 cts, now 0" Ladies' Hose, 15c, now 10 Muslin, 10 cts, now...., .. .7 Men's Hose, 15c, now 10 Damask Towels, 40c pair. . . "".25 Men's Silk Lisle Hose, 50c. .35 Turkish Towels, 50c pair... ,30 Men's Silk Lisle Hose, 35c.. .25 Turkish Towels, 350 pair... .25 Men's Cotton Hose, 10c .. 7 Table Linen, extra wide, $1 Men's White Handkerchiefs a yard 75 10c, now.. 5 Table Linen, 70c yard 50 Ladies' fine Swiss Handker Table Linen, 45c yard, now. .30 chiefs, 25c, now 15 Ladies' Hose, 35c, now 25 Ladies' White Linen Hand Ladies' Hose, 25c, now 15 kerchiefs, 25c, now. 3 for .25 100 Doz. Men's Shirts must go a( 33 per cent off Men's and Boys' Caps, 65-500, must go at 25c You Can Save M...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 20 May 1909

JUST RECEIVED OUR NEW STOCK MKN'S, LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S Come in and in spect the goods SHOBS l Alliance Cash Sloe Store I A Picturesque Concrete Residence, The FinLsh Gives the Appearance of Brown Sandstone. Architect's Estimate, at Least $3,000. Copyright, 1009, by the Thompson Architectural Compiny, Olean, N. Y. PERSPECTIVE VIEW-FROM A PHOTOGRAPH. WWM S-8f 1 1 "- CO"A 1 FIRST FLOOR PLAN. SECOND FLOOR PLAN. This picturesque gnrabrel roof house, originally built at Randolph, N. Y.. kaa many pleasing features. Size, 25 by 05 feet without bay or veranda. The color is brown sandstone. Cost, including heating and plumbing, $3,000. THE THOMPSON ARCHITECTURAL COMPANY. f OPERA HOUSE-THIS WEEK THE CRYSTAL PRESENTS Cook & Meyers .1 3ST Au 3ST E3 "W" ACT I NEXT WEEK i "Odillie" N "A. Billy" Fletcher and iaPierre Versatile Comedian Character Comedienne THAT 'FUNNY FARCE " The Dutch Burglar and the Old Maid " NEW SONGS AND DANCES SEE THEM 1 IRENE and MATTIE SWAN WOODLEY & CASTLE COMIN...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 27 May 1909

Rl.nJo Illfltor'oil Soololy The Alliance Herald. Largest Circulation of any Newspaper inj Western Nebraska. Official Publication of Box Butte county. ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA! THURSDAY, MAY 27, 1909 NUMBER 24 VOLUME XVI, AISS W I! f '- 'a! ,-02v ,' A Mr ' ?? llf ' m REPORT OF OWE CONDITION OP The First National Bank, CHARTER NO. 4228, . At Alliance, In tho Stnto of Nebraska, at the closoof business. April 28, 1P09- HES0UUCE1. ',' Loans and discounts $37U,0S5 00 Ovenlrufts.secured and unsecured., (Si u . U.S. bonds to spcuroclrculntlon.... 50,000 00 " V. 8. llopda to secure U. S. DenoslW 10,000 00 '-Banking liouxu. furnlturu aUd ttx- 'Ituros. ., 10,000 00 Duo (rum National Hanks (not reserve njttmts) rt.ni 27 Duo from Statu Hunks and ,v Hankers . 403 07 vDuo from approved re- X. servo agents.. t 80,224 64'- l. Cheeks and other easlf- .ltems 267 30 .Notes of other National . 1 UBDK8 . . lgJW Fractional puper currency, fci nickels and cents 25100 -Lawful money, reserve in b...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 27 May 1909

rr3 P It.' V ' fc OVERliNDHELDUP Union Pacific Fast Kali Slopped by Robbers Near Omaha. SEVEN MAIL SACKS STOLEN. Valuable Foreign Pouches Among the Loot Secured by the Bandits Re ward of Five Thousand Dollars Each for the Robbers Is Offered by the Railroad Company Particulars of Daring Raid. Omaha, May 24. Ovorlnnd Llmltod train No. 2 on tlio Union 1'aclllc was j. held up by four masked robbors on tlie Lnno cutort nt midnight, tho train crow and mull clerks subdued with guns and seven Bucks of foreign reg istered mail taken from tho mall car by tho robbors, who jumped Into a waiting automobile and escaped. Tho Limited wnH coming Into Oma ha over tho I-juio cut-off and had reached n point this sldo of Soymour when two mnskod men crawled over the tender Into tho cab of tho engiuu and forced Knglncer Mlcheljohn nud Tlremun Prawl to throw up tholr hands. After they had been searched for weapons they were told to run tho train n little farther and stop, thu plnco of stopping having been ...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 27 May 1909

I N e w Airdome E The Crystal's New Amusement Place 'In their new location, two doors west of postoffice S3 e i n. e d. r-"CT3Z)EI-VII.XJE! FLETCHER & LA PIERRE PAY LASTTRIBUTE financial Leaders at Bier of Oil Magnate, EMPLOYEES IDLE TWO HOURS. !&?'; ' - &&$&$' 5V fllHL ' 1L PaH feel J V ' j' Friday & Saturday, " Dutch Man and Irish Lady" New Pictures and Entire Change Program Remember our past reputation and we will continue same in future. Our motto still is m. J "Quality, Not Quantity." Doors f 1 I open at 7 p. m. ADMISSION, same , Jf as ciiwciys o IRENE and IWATTIE SW'AIS MAvf U7a Slnglng, Talking Soubrettes :--93&- r o a n Piano & & -&& I handle the line of Pianos that has the reputation of being the product of a factory that takes pride in its output CROWN PIANOS are made by the "Geo. P, Bent Co., of Chicago The tone of CROWN Pianos is dif ferent from others. Come in and hear them. Will be pleased to show you samples. T. J. THRfcLKEL...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 27 May 1909

i r glWjftRAIB Published Kvery Thursday by The Herald Publishing Company. V, A. l'lKllKOK. I'r . Iit-OYD !. TllOMA. Pec. Johr W, Thomas. M(tr. JOHN W. THOMAS Editor J..B. KNIEST ..... Associate Editor Entered at the postoflico at Alliance, Nebraska, for transmission through the mails, as second-class matter. Subscription, $1.50 per year in advance. THURSDAY, MAY 27, 1909. An exchange says: "Those big dailies, owned by the trusts, can get out nil the cartoons that Renins can devise about tariff revision but the fact still remains that the consumer pays the tariff and tho American trusts get the dough." A special election Iiub been called by the commissioners of Morrill county, for Juno 2g, to voto 611 tho proposition to bond the county for $15,000 for the purpose of aiding in the construction of a court house that will meet the requirements of that new but growing and prosperous county. Judging from whnt tho Btldgeport News Blade says nbou.t it, wo suppose the proposition will carry ...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 27 May 1909

" P r " Alliance Junior Normal SECTION OF THE ALLIANCE HERALD. ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA, MAY 27, 1909. ALLIANCE JUNIOR NORMAL, I908 TEACHERS AND STUDENTS FROM ALL OVER NORTHWESTERN NEBRASKA ATTEND THIS SUMMER SCHOOL. The Alliance State Junior Normal School The Alliance Junior Normal is a State school, supported aud controlled by the state, through the state department of ed ucation. It is the people's school. The school where boys and girls who have com pleted the equivalent of the eighth grade may pursue sdme of the higher branches, or review the elementary branches; a school where teachers may meet the re quirements of the law requiring eight weeks professional training before being permitted to receive a second grade county certificate, or twelve weeks training before being issued a first grade county certificate, a school where teachers now. holding the best grade of county certificate may study the branches leading to a professional life certificate. While the school is essentially a...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 27 May 1909

sary lo one who desires to he a teacher. School boards invariably prefer a te ch er who has had normal training and ex perience in the wor. The trained teacher has some idea of her work and, entering the school room on opening day, becomes master of the situa tion; while the untrained teacher knows not how to proceed, the pupils see this, and the success of the teacher is In doubt from that mement. I know that a proper love for children and for the work will often make an un trained person a good teacher, aod some who have been trained do not make good teachers, but if we add to a love for the work and love for the child, a training in the manner of producing best results, summer school are expected to be present. Make your plans accordingly. Edith II. Morrison, Co. Supt. I Mikado Economy Steel $00 2t: Mb, KUIIgC W1LI1 IKSCI VU1I , nigh warming Closet, 16-inch oven Morrill County The Alliance Junior Normal opens June 7th in the fine new high school building, which is in every way we...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 27 May 1909

t.i ma s - .? H PR' T3P How and Why the Teacher May Improve While in Service There is always a pressing need for people who can do something well. Never before has there been such a call for well qualified teachers. The problem of those in charge of the business matters of the rural schools is not "How cheap can we get a teacher?" but "Is there any place where we may get a teacher who can teach?" There is not a district in the county that will be satisfied with a second class teacher. This attitude need not dis courage the anxious aspirant for pedagogi cal honors but should rather add spirit to his quest. Where the goal is out of the common reach the ambitions have some thing worth their effort and as in all other vocations worth while, although the ranks are crowded with triflets, there is always room at the top. Teachers are made. Some start out with very little original ability. They want to teach. They have the qualities within them that count for success in any undertaking. The...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 27 May 1909

i- 1 ll il r Aunt Martha's Memorial Day IF you nluU never lind no Avnt Mnrtlia In your family, urn su;.s that .vmi hnve missed otic of t: c best things that crcr happen d in tills world. She Is inn's oldcm J ninld sister. Well, now, you licedn t turn up your nose! SIhj ain't one C tlioin sour. lean, cranky, weazenc I, vinegary dlspositloiied. plt rial. hi t firo. oilcloth Hiding erltteiH mil !. n long shot: She's short. stout, will o and carries n kiiiIIv that warm m I lights it hull room. Just as when rath, r InyH ti tin1 In the llreplueo. Some folks say that tin renrwn s'.u nln't married Is because she nln't cr had no chance. Mn pays 'inln't . For llvf years Uncle Silas hired iiimm, Henry Peters, kept company with her, inn says, mid como to see her etc ; Wednesday mid Saturday night rU'ic "I'WaO IN TODH PLACE." through corn plnntln', hnyln', harvest in' uml tlii'iiHliln', no matter how busy I have heard ma tell the story about Henry Peters a good many times Henry lived alone in n ...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 27 May 1909

1 V p Legal Notices and Advertisements The Burlington's New Time Card The person who can see no differ ence between a legal notice and the ordinary business advertisement has given the matter little thought or else has a very blunt conception of the purpose of advertisements and notices. Ordinarily, it not always, the object of a mercantile advertisement i9 to in crease the amount ol business transact ed, while usually the tendency of legal, notices is restrictive. While the publisher of a paper is not ordinarily supposed, to guarantee every thing that is advertised in his paper, yet such business carries with it the idea of sanctioning in a general way, or to some extent, the business adver tised. In a legal notice, however, there is no such thought. Any one of average intelligence should bo able to see tlio point. The law of Nebraska requires that the public be given notice of application for liquor license by no tices published in a periodical in the county in which the license i...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 27 May 1909

'$ A Cozy Seven Room House. Spacious Rooms, Well Arranged Cost Complete, About $2,300. Capyrlahl, 1009, by F. G. Lfppert. mt Oranse. N. J. PBUSt'ECTIVH VIEW-FUOM A FIIOTOOItAPH. &mf3.R.m. rr4 Bed. tin. ,?. ' L2B -4 H if j wju jzj -jay j fvt&m foant' fa- I mm m iJfa ( jfc I li Tl ' I I' Old-Room jtxrnif7l. W I pi 1 FIRST PLOOIl TLAN. SECOND FLOOR PLAN. Tho ftwomnnnvlnp ilrnwlnt? Illnstmtpq n rniv rovmi mom linilRO of clnn- Ifbonrds antl shingles, with a foundation of red brlcl:. Size nbout 21 by 27 nteet. Dining room nnd llvlnc room nre separated by a sliding door nnd enn m), thrown Into one spacious room wheucver, this Is desired. The trim for the Ilnftll, living room nnd dining room Is or chestnut Btalncd nnd waxed to imitate oaU. The doors are birch vouecr with n llnisii to match tne trim. hvork of all other rooms Is of pine. The house could be built for bO. F. G. LIPPEUT, Architect. Chicago Taboo On Party Calls. Old Society Custom Must Glvo Way Sea Hero Ghaplct Rumfcd Fre...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 27 May 1909

I iv w '; GROCERIES Oh! Ham We don't sell just "Ham." We sell Armour's "Star." The ham of hams "The Ham what am.55 You Can Save Money by Trading at Colburn's Cash Store I JH ft I Another Good LAND OFFERING On May 221I the Government will open its second tract of 12,000 acres of perfectly irrigated land in the Big Horn Basin, near Garland and Powell, Wyoming. This irrigation project of the Government is first-class and reliable. This land is adjacent to and along side of the Burlington road. Powell and Garland are prosperous towns. The community is absolutely first-class, and there is not a better place to live in the whole west for climate, sunshine, pro ductiveness of soil and many other good reasons, than the Big Horn Basin. This land is S45.00 an acre in ten annual installments, without interest- 320-ACRE MONDELL ACT: Select locations for homesteading in Wyo mmg near Newcastle, Upton and Moorcroft. Plats on file- Write me. I conduct an excursion on the first and third Tuesday of ...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 27 May 1909

iVm r 3h.nwimA'fr'l i HtWWi9fct- w tf ,rtfSWW(lWStS .- -. 3, , HOLSTEN'S Headquarters for School Supplies TABLETS NOTE BOOKS COMPOSITION BOOKS NOTE PAPER PENCHLS PENS, INKS CHALK CRAYONS COLORED CRAYONS ERASERS and PAINTS RULERS GIVEN AWAY AT HOLSTEN'S LOCAL PARAGRAPHS. u IS four JO and -WITH Dineen, Rubendall & Young Real Estate Brokers Office in Second Story New Hart Block, box Butte Ave 1 Alliance, -Nebr. TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO Nohe's Bakery and Cafe for your Sunday dinner We solicit your order for SPECIAL Bakery iOODS Order on time lEECig'ibL-CS-xeua.e Shoe Repairing PROriPTLY DONE All Work Strictly First-Class M.D.Nichols BOX BUTTE AVENUE ist door north of Herald office Short Hand & Typewriting PRIVATE SCHOOL The full course learned in six weeks. Only one hour lesson day or night. No home study. Diplomas issued. Good positious guaranteed, Most of my former pupils at Grand Island aver aged over 100 words per minute in six weeks, First lesson free. Phone 39. Kindly call at B...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 3 June 1909

Slulo Illfltbrlcnl Society The Alliance Herald. Largest Circulation of any Newspaper in Western Nebraska. Official Publication of Box Butte county. VOLUME XVI. ALLIANCE. BOX BUTTE COUNTY. NEBRASKA I THURSDAY, JUNE 3, I09 NUMBER 25 ' If El I THE HISTORY OF GROWTH IS A HISTORY OF GUARANTEE With pardonable pride we call attention to three items of our last ''Report of Condition,'' rendered to the Comptroller of the Currency: Total Capital, Surplus and Total Deposits - Cash 'Reserve - The foregoing Facts places the name of The First National Bank synonymous with the best and is a guarantee not only of Safety but Prosperity THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF ALLIANCE See our line of Presents for Graduates KREAMER& KENNEDY- DENTISTS. i .'Office in Alliance National Bank Blk f, V Over PostofBce. 3. v 'Phone 391. Some day it will be warm enough to buy lighter UNDERWEAR than you are wearing at present. We have largf lines in 2-piece suits u n d union suits at prices that range from 25c to $5 Suc...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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