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About The McCook tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 1886-1936 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 19, 1886)
r V. MeCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , AUGUST 19 , 1886. . NUMBER 12.
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WHEN YOU WANT A CHANGE. WE ARE HERE TO ASSIST YOU.
OUR' STOGK OF :
Has Arrived Come and Inspect Our Handsome Assortment.
Will you send the Boys to school ? If so we are receiving * a full and complete line
of Serviceable School Suits and odd pants.
Anything § Everyt ] e * " iiriiisMii !
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FIRST QUALITY WARRANTED STEEL
W. C. LaTOURETTE & CO.
WHEN YOU WANT A
Watch Clock Jewelry
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Always go to McCraeken's first and save time and money
and you will invariably find justvhat you are looking for.
Beware of buying from those outside the regular jewelry busi
ness. There is no advantage of dealingwith 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 , MeCOOK , NEBRASKA.
CITY - BAKERY.
WE KEEP ON HAlfD
EAO , PIES & CAKES.
Cakes Made on Order ,
In connection where you can get coffee.edan-
wiehes , pies , etc. , at all Lours.
HE RED WILLOW mil
Is now in operation and will do
General Custom Work
The Mill is complete and we
Guarantee Good Work ,
J. W. PICKLE & CO.
A THOROUGH BRED
Hoistein-Friesian Bull ,
PATE & HINMAN.
S5 ? Tliose wishing to avail themselves of his
services call at
ccapa High Rents end Ihe Cost of Heating /Town by tiling
Fuming Tsiiis led
OPEN Full ? c ? . ff/t 2 to. toig.
SINGLE BED ,
Guaranteed the Best
Ing Bed made.
Write for Catalogue
CUOSED Wlth all Bedding Inslds ,
Ask Tour Furniture Dealer tar it.
FOREST CITY FURNITURE CO.
WHOLESALE MANUFACTURERS ,
Send 10 cents postage , and we
will mail you FRED a royal.val-
uable , sample" box of goods
that will put you in the way of
making morq money at once , than anything
else 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.
Immense pay sure forthoEcirhostart at once.
4-25-lyr. STINSON & Co. , Portland , Maine.
UNLESS Senator Paul can success
fully prove the Bee's statements false ,
lie is unfit the suffrages of the Republi
cans of this state.
SPAUKS has added another feather to
his cap , by forcing the suspension of an
old crippled veteran , Major S. W. Clark ,
recorder of the general land office.
COLONLL INGEUSOLL is going to drop
his assault on Christianityand next sea
son lecture on Shakespeare. Of course , if
Mr.Tngersoll is consistentvith his past ,
he doesn't believe there ever was such a
man as Shakespeare.
LINCOLN papers are solicitous lest a
milk famine be added to their present
oppressive base ball troubles. The
lowing kine , they claim , are all becom
ing dry , because of continued drouth and
scorched pastures. That does look like
laying more upon misery than she can
ANDREW CARNEGIE , the millionaire
iron maker , thinks thnt'-'one hour of cour
tesy from employers would prevent many
strikes. " There is humanity and reason
in this. Employers are too apt to for
get that their employes are men , and
that the difference in stations is due to
chance or opportunity.
THE possibility of a war with Mexico
has developed the fact that in Nebraska
there are about forty thousand men
ready to raise regiments to respond to
the call of their country. About a hun
dred thousand arc ready to raise com
panies , but not a private soldier has yet
come forward. Unless we can get a
private soldier or two the war will be a
failure. There must be somebody-
drive the wagon containing the officers'
THE story that the late Hubert 0.
Thompson , the New York democratic
politician , committed suicide , is repeated
with additional evidence supporting the
theory. It is not unlikely that the de
velopments in the trial of Squires and
Flynn will supply further reasons why
Thompson should have desired to escape
a catastrophe which he must have seen
was imminent. There is a lesson in
these events for both politicians and
people , if they would but learn them.
Now is the accepted time for the ad
ministration to hunt for scalps. Sparks
has opened the game boldly by demand
ing the resignation of a crippled union
veteran in his department who has serv
ed acceptably for twenty years. The
house cleaning will go merrily on during
his vacation thanks to the lameness of
the republican majority in the senate.
Civil service reform will be whooped up
for ail she is worth within the next
sixty days. Journal.
Gr. L. LAWS of McCook , the very
efficcnt servant of Uncle Sam in the
land office , at that place , was a visitor
for a few hours in Orleanslast Sunday.
In this section we would say that
hardly a vote in the whole county will
be cast against delegates in the county
convention unfavorable to Mr. Laws'
nomination by the state convention
for the office of secretary of state , and
in case he receives the nomination we
pledge Rarlan county solid for him.
AN exchange says : At this season of
the'year , when people are subject to sud
den attacks of cholera morbus or cramp
in the stomach , nothing is so valuable
to have close at hand as the camphor
bottle. When a person is thus attacked ,
let him lie down and keep as quiet as
possible , and take two drops of camphor
in a teaspoonful of water , repeat the
dose at intervals of five minutes until
ten or fifteen drops are taken. It will
in almost every instance give relief
without the use of any other remedy.
This same treatment has been used in
cases of cholera. Every family should
keep a well-filled camphor bottle.
LYTLE BROS. & CO. ,
DEALERS IN GENERAL
IRON AND WOOD PUMPS , ETC. ,
McCOOKAND BENKSLMAN NEBRASKA.
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OF TvlCCOOK , NEBRASKA.
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OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS :
GEO. HOCKNELL , PRESIDENT. B. M. FREES , VICE-PRESIDENT.
F. L , BROWN , CASHIER. A.CAMPBELL. R. o. PHILLIPS.
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