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About The McCook tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 1886-1936 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 12, 1886)
VOLUME V. McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , AUGUST 12 , 1886. NUMBER 11.
EVERYTHING HAS GONE TO PIECES !
Our Entire Stock to be Closed Out at Less Than Cost !
WE HAVE NO OLD SHOP WORN GOODS , :
BUT EVERYTHING IS NEW , CLEAN 9 STYLISH !
We Guarantee to Sell Groocls for iess. Money Than Any Bankrupt Stock Dare To.
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.OUR STOCK MUST BE SOLD. - : - COME 'A-ND-GET OUR PRICES.
i HARD TIMES !
FIRST QUALITY WARRANTED STEEL
4 % CENTS
F > RR POUND.
THESE PRICES ARE FOR SPOT GASH
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W. C. LaTOURETTE & CO.
EVERYTHING NEW !
McCracken's Jewelry Store
WHEN YOU WANT A
/Watch * , Clock , Jewelry ,
Always go to McCracken's first and save time and money
and you will invariably find just what you are looking for.
Beware of buying from those outside the regular jewelry busi
ness. There is no advantage of dealing with uuprincipled trad
ers , deceiving they care not who. McCracken is a square dealer
and guarantees satisfaction. Only first-elass work done and
EAST SIDE MAIN AVENUE , McCOOK , NEBRASKA.
CITY - BAKERY
A , PROBST & BRO ,
WE KEEP ON HAND
BREAD , PIES & CAKES.
Cakes Made on Order ,
In connection where you can get coffeo.sdan-
wiches , pies , etc. , at all hours.
THE RED WILLOW MILL
Is now in operation anil will < lo
General Custom Work ,
The Jtill is complete and we
Guarantee Good Work ,
J. W. PICKLE & CO.
A THOROUGH BRED
Holstein-Friesian Bull ,
PATE & HINMAN.
C3r'Those wishing to avail themseh-es of his
services call at
Stcapt High Kcnti and tlit Cost of Heating a Roam by using
OPEN Fall Bid. 6ft 2 in. long.
SINGLE BED ,
Guaranteed the Rest
ing Bed made.
Write for Catalogue.
CLOSEa With all Btddiny Inside.
Ask Tour Pumltare Dealer tsr It.
FOREST CITY FURHITURE CO.
I FT Se.aa 10 cents Postage , and we
Aft L I will mail you FREE a royal.vnl-
III I uable , sample box of poods
W I I that will pat you in the wayof
making more money at once , than anything
? lse in America. Both sexes of all ages can
live at home and work in spare time , or all the
time. Capital not required. We will start you.
I mmense pay sure for those who start at once. '
4-SMyr. STIXSO.V & Co. , Portland. Maine.
, "IRELAND sober is Ireland free , " are
suggestive words of the late A. M.
SAM JONES says that he is a Christian
and a democrat. Sam oes have the ear
marks of a bourbonbut , his Christianity
is distressingly scaly. Sam is given to
making astonishingly contradictory
statements , however.
TIIE Sioux CityIowa , saloonists have
taken a new tack. Xot being able to
vanquish the prohibitionists on the line
of argument , reason or law , they have
assumed the assassin's role. Rev.G.C.
Haddock , pastor of the 31. E. church
of that city , is the first martyr to the
cause , having on the evening of the 3d
inst. be'en shot down in cold blood.
IT is with pleasure that we note the
hearty support that Hon. G. L. Laws ,
of McCook , is receiving from the press
in the western part of the state. Mr.
Laws has a reputation for sterling hon-
esty and ability that is second to none.
We hope to see him the choice of the
Eepublican state convention , for secre
tary of state. Holdrege llepublican.
BELFAST finished up the week with a
bigger shindy than any that have preced
ed it. Fifty heads were broken and sev
eral funerals will likely follow in due
time. It is high time that the long
promised martial law was proclaimed in
the Orange stronghold. At this distance
nothing looks more absurd than these
daily attacks upon Catholics by the
THE postmaster general has amended
the postal laws and regulations so as to
permit the transmission through the
mails within the United States and ter
ritories of liquids not liable to explosion
or spontaneous combustion. He ha
also changed the rate for money order ? ,
so as to enable a person to send a five
dollar order for five cents. This is a
reduction of three cents on that size
Gov. DAWES has issued his procla
mation submitting to a vote of the peo
ple of the State at the next election a
proposed amendment to the Constitution
relative to the term and salary of mem
bers of the Legislature. Under the
Constitution as it now stands , members
get § 3 per day for a term of forty days ,
and no allowance where the term exceeds
that limit. Under the new provision
members would receive § 3 a day for a
term of sixty days at any one sitting ,
or not more than one hundred days
during the entire term. The proposed
amendment is a reasonable and sensible
one , and should be adopted by a good ,
AN exchange has it that Hastings is
falling into disfavor with the gentle
manly ( ? ) commercial tourist , because
the Mayor of that city has closed up
the gambling dens and bawdy houses ,
and compelled the gin shop ? to close on
Sundays. Xaturally. however , the city
continues to grow more and more in
favorable repute with its citizens. The
genteel knight of the grip has nothing
to fear from the Mayor of this city in
the direction of the enforcement of our
ordinances against gambling and the
social evil. None whatever.
LYTLE BROS. & CO ,
DEALERS IN GENERAL
MARSHALLTOWN - : - BARBED - : - WIRE.
JRON AND WOOD PUMPS , ETC. ,
McCOOK AND BENKELMAN , NEBRASKA.
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OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
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