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V SSC! A.- T. 1ST W I: H& K £, |v: y: «R# 5: i &- ,.-- BK" I \. r. I P-h. s V A. M. MODISETT, President. C. F. GOFFEE. PRESIDENT B. L. SCOVEL. CASHIER -h-'-T,. z t.- As.- '.V: tv I .. 7 ft'J'-. •. u &•* P. MzMk. i®CSS i* ^V i, 1 r? :r„c ..^i*- -f*^7:«*"yv v^ n^/r^y.-vt \«. •. •.. S, ,» E S 0 6 K A N S A N K RUSttVILLE, NEBRASKA Transacts a General Banking Business Authorized Capital $25,000 H. A. DAWSON, Vice President. The Palace Clothing Company. Controlled by LOEWENTHAL BROTHERS, of Chadron. A most complete stock of Clothing of the latest and best goods in the City. We also have in stock a large line of Gentlemens Furnishings, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, Trunks, Valises and Suit-cases. Dress goods. SURPLUS & UNDIVIDED PROFITS $28,000 *V 4 "C W"^ "B H. O. DALK. Casher. F.W.CLARKE. VICE PRES. H.E.REISCHE. ASST. CASHIER FIRST NATIONAL BANK. CHADRON, NEBR. CAPITAL $50,000. 4"k* I») W: 4*. ..1.