The McCook tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 1886-1936, December 16, 1886, Image 8
I T \JL Don UTT\T + J FOR WE HATE GAS ENOUGH TO TALK LOW PRICES TO ALL WE DON'T ELIEYE IN GIVING PE OPLE GAS , UT WE HAVE TO DO IT , YOU KNOW. LISTEN ! DON'T BE DE EIVED ! We have not had 25 YEAR'S EXPERIENCE in the Jewelry business , but we have learned OUR TRADE and know the business THOROUGHLY. Some people work 10 to 15 years and learn considera ble. Some work 20 years and longer and don't know anything. HOW TRUE ! We don't know more than any one else , but what we say we mean. Having done business in McCook for 3 years to the satisfaction of EVERY one , and we thank the people for their liberal patronage , WILL - NOW BLOW OUR HORN "VVe hayo the Largest Stock erer shown in the West of WATCHES , JEWELRY , CLOCKS , AND SILVERWARE. 3 Solid Gold Goods and Diamonds we are offering at Specially Low Prices , EMBLEM CHARMS of all kinds , RINGS , CHAINS , SLEFVE BUTTONS , Pins , Ear Rings , Thimbles , in fact everything in the Jewelry Line. NOW here is where we hit you , on WATCHES : In Solid Gold and Filled Cases at prices lower than any white man ever reached before , $10 , up. Nickle Watches , $3.50 to $10. CLOCKS , a fine new line just received in Marble , Iron , Bronze , Brass , Cherry and Walnut. Prices way down. Bound to sell. MUSIC ! MUSIC ! MUSIC ! PIANOS & ORQANS ! ONLY THE VERY BEST ! Be careful where you take your watch work , in fact any kind of work. LET NONE but reliable and responsible hands do your work. Remember the place , at F. L. McCRACKEN'S ' Jewelry and Music Store , 2 DOORS NORTH OF POSTOFFICE , MAIN AVE. , - - MeCOOK , NEB. ( P. S. Any one that never saw a pure white ) 4 DIAMOND , call and see one. They are. a beautiful } ( sight. Costs nothing to look. ) o Superfine weather , this. Will Long rides behind a "spick span' new team. Will Long made a visit to the county-seal labt Wednesday. W. T. Stone was down to Indianola , las Thursday , on business. Tom Kelley , we notice , has that inammotl corn crib chuck up full. Jack Hannan left , last Monday , for his olt home in Illinois , on an extended visit There was a. very pleasant dance at hi Honor , Judjje Vincent's , last Friday night Corn in this vicinity is mostly in the crib and judging other communities by this , there must be enough of the convertible to make several bar'ls of tanglefoot. UNO. BARTLEY 'BOOHINGS. Mr. Ilamilton has gone to Wisconsin fo his family. Itev. Wheeler is making arrangements to build a house. The feed mill passed into the hands o McKinney & Fidler , yesterday. Contractors have been vigorously pushing their work during the late line weather. We understand that Green & Sibbett wil put a stock of general merchandise in th store room of Mr. Schus. There are two additions to the town la'u out in five acre lots , which present a fine op portunity for persons wishing to secur homes in this pleasant little town. Hawthorne arrival in town , yet. terdaywith 6 cir of goods for his drun store. His family will come in about two weeks , and will occupy the elegant residcnc the doctor has provideif for them. Prof. George finished a very interesting convention here , last Thursday. There wer fifty members and all agree in pronounciqi , the Piofessor the king of convention leader The Prof , has bought property and wil make this his home in the near future. The masons have completed their work 01 the new brick , and the carpenters , uncle the supervision of ilr. JJan , are busily en gaged in finishing the same. This building for elegance of design and finish , will b second to none in the valley. One divisioi of it is especially designed for a bank am will be occupied by a gentleman from Amp ahoe , as soon as finished. MAX. Bartley , Dec. llth , 1SSG. BOX ELDER BLOSSOMS. Another blizzard , and 12 more yet to come The gooil people here are making prepara tions for the usual Xinas festivities. LOST An old Bachelor , in the viciniuy o : B. E. Indianola papers please copy. Mrs. Campbell and Mrs. Warner of Lin coin , are visiting their parents , Mr. and Mrs Weygint. The question that every stranger asks 01 coming to Box Elder is , "Where do so manj people live ? ' ' Ilev. A. B. Chapin closed a successful ser ics of meetings at this place on Friday even ing last. Six persons united with the church. P. M. Campbell was driving through the streets of Box Elder , the other day , with a bright new wagon. We are glad to see this new indication of our worthy P. 31.'s pros verity. MAJUUKD At the residence of the bride's parents , Kev. A. B. Chapin officiating , Mr. Matt. Stewart to Miss Matie Weygint. The ceremony was performed in the pres ence of a large number of guests who aided much in making the affair a happy one. The following is a partial list of presents : Urido's fatlier , cow ; Bride's mother , . " > tow els ; Grandmother G.M. Blanchard of Syra cuse , N. Y. , quilt ; Mr. and Mrs. Campbell , sot silver spoons ; Mra. Warner und family , set glass ware , set napkins , tidy , rolling pin. tow els and glass hat ; Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Starbuck , sot knives and forks ; Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Piper sot glass ware ; Ella Piper , glass water set ; Jas. Kinghorn , set silver spoons : Mr. andMrs. Stephens , water pitcher and fruit dish ; Mr. and Mrs. Spaulding- towels and set glass ware ; Mrs. Hamilton , towel ; Mrs. Turner , lialf dozen napkins ; Miss Belle Scott , 2 towels ; Wm. E. Ketch , fruit dish ; Mr. Jolm Eskerson , clock ; Miss V. Bonncr , pickle dish ; Mr. A. Wilson , set glass ware ; J. A. Pinkerton , table cloth ; Miss M. Pinkerton , towels ; Mr. and Mrs. Bolles , glass set. SELONN. Still on Earth. If you are in any way interested in the subject , experience of Mr. A. C. McGrew , a merchant at Manhattan , Iowa , may be of value to you. Road what he says : "About a year ago I was very sick with a severe attack of lung trouble. 1 tried a great nany physicians , and they all told me I had luick consumption , and I was entirely given up , so weak I could hardly walk. I travel- sd all through Nebraska and Colorado to iy and get relief , but without effect. Often imes after a severe spell of coughing my riends would cover me up , expecting every noment I would breathe my last. I was then brought back home , and as a last resort , 'like a drowning man catching at a straw , " [ began using Chamberlain's Cough Kemedy md the result is , I am strong , healthy and well , attending to my business. Chamber- ain's Cough Kemedy I shall recommend as ong as I live , for to that I owe everything. " Sold by Wiley & Walker and McMillen & Weeks. At THE TKIHUXE stationery department nay be found the following line of fraterni- "y cards in stock : G. A. U. , B. of L. E. , B. 5f L. F. , O. K. C. , B. of K. B. . A. 0. of U. W. , 1. O. O. F. , K. P. , A. F. & A. M. , Telep- aphers. etc. Call and inspect them , if ou desire anything in that line. Salt Rheum or Eczema , Old sores and ulcers , Scaldhead and ringworm , Pain in the back and spine , Swelling in the knee joints , Sprains and bruises , Neuralgia and toothache , Tender feet caused by bunions , corns and hilblains , I warrant BKGOS' TROPICAL OIL o relieve any and all of the above. & WEEKS. lludwick&Trowbridge UNDERTAKER SIcCOOK , SEB. BUSJNESS JMRECTORY. \V. S. MOKLAX. Ji : . COCII1LVX. MORLAN & COCIIRAN , ATTORNEYS - : - AT - : - LAAY , McCOOK , NEBRASKA. TIIOS. GOLFER. J. A. COUDEAL. GOLFER & CORDEAL , ATTORNEYS - > AT - : - LAW , AND NOTARIES PUBLIC. Ueal EFtate Bought and Sold and Collections Made. Money loaned on real estate and final proof. Thos. Golfer agent Lincoln Land Co. Office , over First National Bank , McCook. SNAVELY & STARR , ATTORNEYS AT LAW , INDIANOLA , NEBRASKA. Will practice in all the State and United States Courts. Also , before the Land Office at McCook and the department at Washington. HUCH W. COLE. LKOX F. MOSS. COLE & MOSS , LAWYERS , McCOOK NEBRASKA. Will practice in all the Courts of Nebraska , Kansas and Colorado , and in the Federal Courts of the Eighth Circuit. Ciireliil atten tion given to contests and land business betore theU. S. Land Offices at McCook. Oberlin and Denver , and the Interior Department at Wash ington. Commercial and corporation law a specialty. Money to loan. Rooms 4 and 5 , First National Bank Building. H. F. WILLIAMS. L. L. HULBURD. J. H. LUCAS. WILLIAMS , HULBURD & LUCAS , LAWYERS , McCOOK. - NEBRASKA. A. TV. AGEE. JOHN VILEV. AGEE & WILEY , ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Will practice in the State and United State Courts , and before the U. S. Land Offices. Carelul attention given to Collections. Office Opp. Commercial Hotel. Main St. . McCook. 0.f. . DAVIS. JD. . TORNElt. DAVIS & TURNER , LAND ATTORNEYS , McCOOK , XEBIJASK A. Washington , D. C. Contests entrusted to our care will receive personal attention before the Interior Department. For this purpose shall visit Washington twice annually. If you want to amend or change J our entry you will do well to cull and see us. COOHRAN & HELM , Attorneys-at-Law 8 Gen'l Agents McCOOK , : NEBRASKA. rrompt and careful attention Rh en to Law Ca es In all the Courts of the State and all classes of U. S Land Business transacted before the local oflico a : McCook. Nebraska , nnil the Interior Department a Washington , I ) . C. Contests a specialty. Will pros ecute claims for Pensions and claims for Increase o ; Pensions. Notarial business done and lands boughi and sold on reasonable terms. J2T"Office. 3d duo south of the U. S. Land Office. 3.29 DR. A. J. WILL BY , SURGEON B. &M. RAILROAD IOFFICE AT B. & M. PIIABMACT. ] McCOOK , - - NEBRASKA. B. B. DAVIS , M. D. : PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON , McCOOK NEBRASKA. CS OfHceatChencry& Anderson's drugstore. DP. . Z. L. KAY , PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON , McCOOK , - - NEBRASKA. Room No. 1 , McCook Banking Company's Building. Residence , 1st door oust of Receiver Uabcock's residence. L. J. SPIOKELMTER , M. D. , PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Special Attention Gi-os ts ? : = : ! o 33a : : : . Office first door cast of THE THIBDSU ollice. Office hours , from.9 to 11 A. M. , and 2 to 4 P. 31 , . mountain time. JIcCOOIv , NEH. A. J. THOMAS , DENTIST. Administers Gas if desired. J37 0fflce over iendall's. j--7 H. G. DIXON , teal Estate and Loan Broker , McCOOK , NEBRASKA. Special attention piven to the sale of city property. Houses rented and collections madeOffice opposite Commercial Hotel. W. M. SANDERSON , DECOEATIVEARTIST - - : - , SCENIC PADiTEK , Calsomininfr Graininp , Paper Hanging , etc. ( nth neatness and dispatch. ROBERT DRYSDALE , MERCHANT TAILOR , MAIN STREET , JfcCOOK NEBRASKA SPOTTS & STIMSON , FASHIONABLE BARBERS' & HAIR CUTTERS. Oppoiltc Clilcnjo Lumber Yard , JAW STREET , - McCOOK. XEBUASKA. fBIBUNE - : - JOB - : - OFFICE , BEST EQUIPPED Df THE VAIXET. J. F HOW , McCOOK , Main St. , NEBRASKA. Superior to any on the market , JiehiK Heavier , Stronger Built , anil therefore a. more Durable Mill. It Is the only absolutely safe Mill built ; and out of Thousands Erected During 12 Years pr.st. not one has e\or blown away anfl left the Tower standing. A record no other Mill can ahow. We offer to put up any of our 1't'MPIXG MILLS ON THIRTY DAYS TRIAL , And If they don't gi\e satisfaction , will remoTC Mill at ou own e\pca e. A--o ! Manufacturers of the Celebrated Challenge Teed MillsCornSh'llers. . Iron Pumps Rltli brass c } Under * . Iron I'lpe , Tanks. For estliu ites , catalogues and price" , apply to 0. 8. XETTLETOX , McCook , Neb. , Agent for Southwestern Nebraska and Northwestern Kancu. I3njSo ai Oalce = ! = tis MCai Foci Mill , Sailrcid St. SALE BY' McCOOK , NEBRASKA. OF MeCOOK , NEBRASKA. Makes First Mortgage Loans on Farm Property , OFFICE IN FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING. A. CAMPBELL , PRESIDENT. B. M. FREES , 1ST VICE PRESIDENT. GEO. HOCKNELL , SECRETARY. R. O. PHILLIPS , 2ND VICE PRESIDENT F. L. BROWN TREASURER. CITY - BAKERY. JSf-PROPRIETORS. WE KEEP ON HAOT ) BREAD , PIES & CAKES , GRAHAM BREAD. Cakes Made on Order. ROOM Fn connection where yon can pet colleo.sdan- wiches , uios , etc. . at all hours. JOHN F. BLACK. Breeder of IMPROVED SIIKBP MnuiXO j -AND- I SOtTHDOWN ' . Personal in spection and ! corruspon- | donee solicit- I edAddress Address him at Ked Willow Nebraska. Kl LPATRICK BROTHERS. ( Successors to E. D. Webster. ) Horses branded on left hip or left shoulder. P. O. address , Kstelle , Haj es county , and Boat- i rice. Nob. Hanjtp. Stink- | nifr Water and French- [ mau crcekB , Chabc Co. , ' Nebraska. j Brand as cut on side of i some animals , on hip and : sides of borne , or any whereon the animal. M'OKES & TROTH. P. O. address. Carrico , Hayes county. Xeb. Kange : Ked Wi reek , above Carrico. Stock branded as abov < Also run the followinsr orands. s , J-f. u , X Horse brand. lazy M.L . EATOX BROS. & CO. P. O. address.McCook. . Nebraska. Uange , south | 0f McCook. I Ciittlu branded on left hjp. Also , 10 , 5 , and 11 brands on left hip. Horses branded the aamc on left shoulder. SPRING CREEK CATTLE CO. J. \VEMIORX , Vice President and Snpt. P. O. address , Indiano la , Nebraska. Knn e : Republican \ alley , east or Dry rrt'ck , and near head of Spring Greet , in Chase county , Nebraska.