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About The McCook tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 1886-1936 | View Entire Issue (May 13, 1886)
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T LD RELIABLE GENERAL STORE
w. COMPANY !
Eaton Mills , Eaton , Golo. , Flour , the finest in the land. F. S. Johnson & Co. , Milford
Mills Flour , the best made in the state. Mourilyan , Heimann & Co. , Yokohama , Japan ,
the finest Japan Teas ever sold in the country , and Butterick Publishing Co.'s Paterns.
UUK oIULIv PLET H A DEPARTMENT ! -
WOULD CALL SPECIAL ATTENTION TO OUR ELEGANT ASSORTMENT OF
Suits in Light and Dark Plaids , Oassimeres , Worsteds , Cork Screws ,
Etc. , in the various shades. A full line of Pants in light-weight stripes , from $3 to $8.
In Ladies' Summer Goods , Lawns , Buntings , Crinkled Seer Suckers Nun's Veiling ,
Laces and Embroideries , we have the best in the Valley. An Elegant Lot of Silk Vel
vets and Brocade and Plain Velveteens in shades. A Full Assortment of Fashionable
Buttons. Our Stock of Ladies' and Misses' Shoes in French and Curso Kids was never
so complete as at the present time and prices never so reasonable. In dried fruits ,
canned fruits , vegetables and staple groceries , we capture the bakery.
dfI I MeCOOK , NEBRASKA.
w A. SPAIB1N6 , PROPRIETOR ,
cnH < L'gans , \
SEWING MACHINES. J
J. A. TAYLOR , Druggist. 1
: DEALERS INI
Sash , Doors , Blinds , Lime , Cement ,
HAED AND SOFT COAL.
Bertrand , Elwood , Oxford. Edison , ArapahoeCambridge , Indianola , P,1cCookCulbert-
son , Stration , Trenton and Benkciman in Neb. Ytima and Akron in Colo.
McCOOK FEED MILL ,
C. A. NETTLETON , Prop.
All Kinds : eed Ground.
CORN SHELLED AND GROUND , BOLTED , ETC.
2 BLOCKS EAST OF RUSSELVS BARN ,
McCOOK - - NEBRASKA.
THE saloon men of Hastings wouh
possess a great snap if they could onl }
secure their champion and defender ,
Thompson of the Democrat , for a
sign. What a rollicing rotundity oi
bald-headed bibulousness Dick woulc
THE testimony of the Brotherhood oi
Locomotive Engineers is that "it don't
pay to strike. " It is what is being slow
ly forced upon the minds of a good ma
ny laborers. Empty pockets , and hun
gry children , and sorrowing wives in
a multitude of homes are arguments
enough to convince any man that the
Brotherhood of Engineers diagnosed
the . ' 'It don't
case correctly. pay to
IT is reported that the regular demo
crats and the President have come to
terms and thing ? arc running more
smoothly. Fifty treasury clerks are
discharged per week now without any
unnecessary noise and the boys are be
ing taken in and cared for. This is why
we haven't heard a word of that civil
service commission since its reorganiza
tion. It isn't working for glory like the
old Eaton-Thoman crowd , but has been
reorganized strictly for business.
ONE of the anarchist orators on being
arrested was found to have a gun-shot
wound in the leg. For a time it looked
as though he had been really in the
front of the fight he had helped to bring
on and it was suspected that he was a
very brave leader. But when the sur
geon came to examine the wound he as
certained by the direction of the ball
that the police hadn't shot him. lie
lad been struck by a ball from his own
pistol while gravitating to the rear with
JUDGE NEVILLE'S reason , assigned
'or giving JohnV. . Lauer a new trial
on the charge of feloniously shooting
iis wife is , that according to the testi
mony Lauer ought to have been found
guilt7 of murder in the first degree or
acquitted entirely. The judge's logic
las a sinister cant to it that will not
) articluarly assure the prisoner or his
attorneys of their wisdom in applying
or another chance. Possibly , however ,
he intention is to get a change of venue
and have a jury called from a communi-
y that harbors no prejudice against the
POWDERLY is spoken of as the next
Democratic candidate for governor of
VARIOUS journals throughout the
state are whimpering muchly because
the "New Republic" has published the
names of saloon license petitioners in
different places. This is most incon
sistent. Certainly the promoters of
such desirable institutions are but poor
ly paid for their philanthropy by having
a monument in the public press.
THE department of agriculture in its
forestry division has prepared a sched
ule for observations of tree life , and ,
accompanying it , of weather conditions ,
for the purpose ot aiding an interest in
forestry work and to arrive at certain
results explained on the schedules. It
is desirable that these schedules should
be noted by a very large number of per
sons , and everybody interested will be
welcome to apply to the department for
the blaj/ks. As the season is rather
advanced not all the points required
may Vc taken this year but even a parI I
tial report will be accentable. The
schedule may be obtained by addressing J
the commissioner of agriculture , Wash-1
ington , D. C.
Canon Farrar's New Book.
A few weeks ago , when Canon Farrar was
in this country , tens of thousands of people
paid as much as one dollar each to hear a
single lecture delivered by him , and ere
well pleased with what they got for their
uoney. Several of the most impoitant of
: ho&e lectures and addresses with other pai i
ier& are now published by John B. Alden , of j
New York , and can now be had in a very
landsoine cloth-bound volume , for the price
of 40 cents. Some of the lectures aie aKo \
published separately in his Elzevir Library ,
n which form the lecture on Dante ' 'ells for
"cents ; on Temperance , a cents ; on Ideals
of Nations , 2 cents ; Thoughts on America , 3
cents' . The millions of intelligent people
vho admire Canon Farrar and who weie not
able to hear him lecttue , will be delighted to
hid his brilliant , scholarly and eloquent
houghb placed in this handsome form
vithin their reach. The publisher's illustrat
ed catalogue , US pages , issenttoanyaddiess
on receipt of 4 cents ; or condensed catalogue
free. John B. Alden , Publisher , 390 Pearl
St. , Xew York.
II. ilEXPE , a blacksmith at Sigel. 111. , wrote
Alarcb'that he was very lame with rlieu-
natism , he could hardly walk and the joints
of his limbs weie badly swollen and very sore ,
and so painful he could scarcely turn in bed.
His phvsician advised him to use Chamber
lain's Pain Balm. The effect was beneficial
from the first application , and he is now able
to attend to his regular woik. This medicine
has only to be tried to convince the most skep
tical that it is the best treatment for rheuma
tism. Sold by M. A. Spalding and Willey &
CONGREGATIONAL. Sunday School at 10
A. M. every week. Preaching1 services every
Sunday night at 7:00 M. T. Also , every alter
nate Sunday morning at 11.51. T. Exceptions
to the above will be noticed in locals.
GKOKGU DC.VGAN , Pastor.
METHODIST. Services every Sunday at 10 :
; IO A. M. and 7 : : > 0 P. M. . mountain time. Sun
day School at a I I * . M. All are cordially invited.
Seats free. \V. S. WHKKLEK , Pastor.
EPISCOPAL. Services in the Opera Hall the
first and third Sundays , morningand evening- ,
of each month. J. A. FITLFOKTH , Itector.
CATHOLIC. Services will be held in the
church once every four weeks.
THOMAS Cui.r.c.v , Pastor.
W. C. T. U. The W. C. T. U. will meet in the
HeadingItooin every Wednesdavattcrnoon at
2 o'clock. M. T. The Hand of Hope will meet
in the Vending1 Itooin every Saturday alter-
noon at 2 o'clock , mountain time.
A. O. U. W. McCook Lodge No. 01. will meet
the first and third Mondays ot each month in
the Masonic Hall. Visiting brethren cordially
invited. Dit. H. J5. DAVIS , M. W.
W. H. DAVIS , Itecorder.
JIcCOOK LODGE A. F. & A. M.
Regular meetings , Tuesday night on
or before full moon of every montii.
S. L. GltEEN , W. M.
F. L. McCiiACKEJf , Secretary.
McCOOK CHAPTER , L' . D. Meets on the
first and third Thursdays of each month , at
Masonic Hall. Visiting companions cordially
invited. W. W. FISIIEK , II. P.
T. G. HUES , Secretary.
WILLOW G HOVE LODCJE 1C. OF P. , No.
- - Meets every Wednesday evening
J. W. CAMPBELL , C. C.
C. II. BOYLE , K. U. S.
I. O. O. F. McCook Lodge No. 17,1. ! ! O. O. F. ,
meets every Friday evening , at 7 o'clock , in
Masonic Hall. All visiting brothers are invit
ed to meet witn ns. II. H. I5EKHY , N. G.
H. TKOWBIMUGK , Permanent Secretary.
HOCKXELL HOSE COMPANY. Keg- !
ular meetings on the first Wednesday
'evening ' of each month.
It. H. AitciiiUALD , Chief.
15. OF L. E. Brotherhood of Locomotive En
gineers. Meet first and fourth Saturdays of
each month. S. E. HOOK , Chief.
J. C. ANDERSON , F. A. E.
J. K. BAKNES POST G. A. U. Kcgular meet
ings second and fouith Monday evenings of
each month at Masonic Hall.
J. A. WILCOX , Commander.
J. H. YAKGEK , Adjutant.
B. & M. TIME TABLE.
EAST LEAVES : EAST LEAVES :
No.2 0:40 , A.M. ] No. 40 . . . .5:25 , P. M.
WEST LEAVES : WEST LEAVES :
No.S : ! > 12:50. P. M. I No.l 8:55 , P. M.
S3 * Eastbound trains run on Central Time ,
and westbound trains on Mountain Time.
Freight trains do not carry passengers.
It. 11. WOODS , Agent.
J. E. CASTBERG ,
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RED WILLOW COUNTV , NE1J.
\Z3T Ofiice in court house , Indianola , Neb.
JOHN F. COLLINS ,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER ,
McCOOK. - - NEBRASKA.
Jobbing will receive prompt attention at my sliop
in Dennison St. , opposite McCook House. Plans and
peclflcatlons furnished if desired.
THE COMMERCIAL HOTEL ,
GEO. E. JOHNSTON , PROP.
McCOOK , : : NEBRASKA. } -
This house has been completely renovated
and refurnished throughout , and is first-class
in every respect. Kates reasonable. 4-3C
SPOTTS & STIMSON , j
BARBERS & HAIR CUTTERS. !
OpiKslte Chicago Lumber Yard , f
MAIN STREET , - McCOOK. NEBRASKA. j
ROBERT DRYSDALE ,
MERCHANT TAILOR , >
MAIN STREET ,
W. M. SANDERSON , q
HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER ,
McCooK , - NEBRASKA.
J3 ? A11 work guaranteed. Give me a call.
WILLIAM McINTYRE ,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER ,
CULBERTSON. NEBRASKA ,
All work warranted. All material furnished
if desired. Work done on short notice.
G. W. MINKLER ,
DEPUTY COUNTY SURVEYOR.
Leave orders at his house northwest of
School House. MeCook. All kinds of SUKVEY-
ING. GUADING and CIVIL ENGIXEEHING. Will
work anywhere , especially in west half oflted
CITY > : BAKERY.
A , PROBST & BRO ,
WE KEEP ON HAND
BREAD , PIES & CAKES. . \
GRAHAM BREAD. i
Cakes Made on Order , 'if f
[ n connection where you can get coffee , sand
wiches , pies , etc. , at all hours.
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