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About The McCook tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 1886-1936 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 22, 1889)
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I MUST CLOSE OUT
Bjj MY ENTIRE STOCK OF
I DRY GOODS
I CLOTHING ,
I Boots Shoes Hats
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I CAPS , GROCERIES , Etc.
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I * What's to he clone to quicken this sale 2
I BLEED EVERY DEPARTMENT !
I Allow the vital fluid to run untiLthere is nothing left but
B a shadow qf a price. This will be a sale of Merchandise
H pre-eminently on a more magnificent scale than anything
I ever attempted in MeCook.
I PROFITS ARE MOT CONSIDERED.
I l.osses are not ever thought of. Remember the SALE is
openand. . " The early bird beats two pair. " We mean
I business , as life is too short for attempts or pretenses that
I end in nothing.
I C. H. ROGERS ,
The Pioneer Merchant.
I J. A. YanShoik ,
B. AGENT FOB THE
I Singer Sewing Machines
H ALSO KEEPS ON HAND A FULL LINE OF ' .
II Repairs and Supplies.
I Office , in McMillan's Drug Store , - - - MeCook , Nebraska.
I : . Authorized Capital , $100,000. - Paid up Capital , $50,000.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS :
B GEO.HOCKNELL , PRESIDENT. B : M. FREES , VICE-PRESIDENT.
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Mi F. L. BROWN , CASHIER.
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A. CAMPBELL. J.fC. ALLEN. S. L. GREEN.
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| i Sash , Doors , Blinds , Lime , Cement ,
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The sporling editor of the Lincoln Journal ,
3Ir. Walter Mason , suggests this revision : "So
live that when it becomes necessary to join j
the innumerable caravan that moves to the
pale realms of shade not hired
, you go as a j
man scourged to the barnyard , but as one
who , soothed and sustained by a pint of coffin f
varni3h , wraps a patrol wagon about him and
lies down , with his boots on , to pleasant g
dreams. " n
well , editor of The Marion ( Iowa ) Pilot , will
we believe , be of interest to many of our readC
ers. He says : "It is with pleasure that I certify li
to the real merits of Chamberlain's Cough f
Remedy. I have used it in my family for years s
and have always found it most excellent , and
especially for colds , croup and sore throat. It A
is. safe and effective. " For sale by all drug
Nebraska's corn has become a great bone ti
of contention between New York and Philao
delphia on one side and Baltimore on the f
other. It seems that the railroads have been b
favoring Baltimore in sending corn to that T
city for export. Nebraska is willing to stand h
neutral and supply any or all the belligerents p
with the munitions of war. p
Tate Springs , Tenn. , July 4 , 1888.
lie Swift Specific Co. , Atlanta , Ga. :
Duringthe spring of 1871 , while working
in the field at my home in Morgan county ,
Ga. , I pulled off my shoes to give my feet a
rest. Unfortunately , I .walked into a clump sc
of poison oak , and in a few days my feet w
were in a terrible condition , and I could not sc
put on a shoe because of the soreness and e
swelling. I was treated as poison oak cases cl
usually are , and everything was healed up. 01
About the same time the following spring , rj
1872 , my feet became sore again , as at first ,
and every succeeding spring fcr five years sj
brought back the same condition of the dis- fc
ease , only each time it became more dis- ai
tressing , because I began to think it was a ga
lifetime trouble. Finally , I was induced to P
try Swift's Specific. I took six bottles , and .
to-day am entirely well. My improvement
was gradual from the first , and no evidence
of the disease remains. I shall lake pleasIt
* ure in testifying as to its curative propersu
ties. It is the greatest blood purifier in exot
istence. Yours . L. Morgan.
truly , J. . . m
The foregoing certificate is taken at cil
random from thousands of letters in posses- dr
sion of the Swift Spccilic Co. , and presented ln
simply as a sample. It is a voluntary tn
statemctt , giving facts and results of the ° F
• case. Its accuracy and genuineness are tn
beyond question. pi
A valuable Treatise on Blood and SHn
Diseases mailed free. Address . '
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO. , ! f ;
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A GOLD WATCH J
FOR ONLY 6a
One Dollar •
Per Week , by our Improved Club System.
The Cases in our "Watches are fully Warranted
for 20 years. The movements aro Elgin and ga
Waltham , reliable and well known. The ti
Wutches aro Hunter case or open faco.Ladies * t .
or Gents * size stem Winders and Settlers , aud lul
aro. fully equal fn durability , service and apso1
pcaranco to any S50 Watch. We sell these 0f
Watches for $25 spot cash , and send to any ad-
dress by Express or Registered Mall ; or by > c
ourClub System at SI per week. Onegood re
liable AGENT WANTED in each place. Writo C
for particulars. is ; 1
EMPIRE WATCH CLUB Co. , 2
JHParkBonr , NEW YORK , re :
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THE PRESS EXCURSION.
In tho.matter of the Nebraska press excur
sion for the coinlnsrsummer , tho chairman Is
pleased to announce that arrangements aro
worklngsmoothfy for a trip to tho Yollowstone
park , . and perhaps Portland , Tacoma , eto.
Thus far , judging ; from letters received , It
seems to be tho preference of tho editors to
Journey northwestward rather than north and
cl8ewhero. Itis urgently requested of thoso
who anticipate going that they notify L. Wea
sel , Jr. , chairman , at Lincoln , as soon as con
venient , also staling tho direction thoy pre
fer visiting. Au excursion to Portland , Tcu
coma and Seattle , with a trip by water up tho
beautiful Puget sound to Port Townscnd and
Victoria , could be made at a very small ex
pense , the time consumed being about twenty
days. The proposed plan Is thus : Omaha to
St. Paul via. F. , E. & M. V. railway , St. Paul
to Portland via Northern Pacific stopping at
Butte , National Park , etc. , en route. Thence
from Portland to Tacoma , Seattle , PortTown-
send , blympia , WT. , Victoria , B. C , etc. , re
turning via tho Union PacIflqvthrough Hunt
ington , Shoshon , Ogdcn , Suit Lake City , Den
ver and on home via the Burlington. Tho
chairman of the excursion committee having
visited that section last spring rcecomiricnds *
it as a most pleasant trip. The people of that
vicinity ace evor Wfttchful.Xor visitors.and
never fall to royully entertain their guests. It
is a now country and a delightful one , having
a similar cjjmate to California , although not
visited by the extremes that make portions of
that state so very unpleasant. Editors sheuld
give this their early attention and send in
vow8. It is expected that the party will start
about July 1.
Burdette asserts woman's physical superi
ority. He , however , frankly confesses that
she cannot sharpen a pencil , and outside of
commercial circles she cannot tie a parcel to
make it look like anything but a crooked cross-
section of chaos , but land of miracles , seo
what she can do with a pinl There are some
women that can pin a glass knob to a door :
She can't walk so many miles around a bil
liard tablo with nothing to eat and nothing ( to
speak , of ) to drink , but she can walk the floor
all night with a fretful baby without.golng In
to tho sleeping-car to reatand ( get away from
the children ) . She can go to town and do a
wearysome day's shopping , and have a good
time with three or four friends without drink
ing a keg of beer. She can enjoy the evening
without smoking half a dozen cigars. She can
endure the torturing distraction of a house
full of children all day , while her husband
cuffs them all a howling to bed-before ho has
been home half an hour. She is the salt of the
church , tho pepper of tho choir and the life of
the sewing society , and about all thero is of a
young ladies' school or nunnery. A boy with
a sister is fortunate , a fellow with a cousin is
to bo envied , and a young man with a sweet
heart Is happy , and a man with a wife is thrice
blessed more than all.
Young man , aro you cognizant that you are
not permanently located in this country , but
are en route for another and better land which
you can only reach by stopping at the best
hostelries and avoiding the pitfalls and snares
that beset the traveler onthewayl Your
destination is not to "No Man's .Land" that
our legislators are excited over just now , but
to "Every Man's Land , " where flows tho River
of Life , and whose principal metropolis is pav
ed with gold and precious stones , and whose
king is Father of All. Did you ever think of
this ? Base-ball , prize-fighting , horse-racing ,
rum-guzzling , etc. , are not tolerated in that
country , and the sooner you abandon these
'no good' practices , especially on the Lord's
sabbath , thovgreater will bo the prospect of
your proving up on a homestead when you
get there. "As ye sow so shall ye reap. "
"I have used St. Patrick's Pills , " says Mr. J.
Reynolds , of Mayfleld , Ky. , "and pronounce
them superior to any I have ever before used.
I do not hesitate to recommend them , knowE
ing them to bo reliable.They are thorough ,
yet gentle in their action and leave the system
in splendid condition. As a cathartic , or for
disorders of the liver St. Patrick's Pills have
no equal. For sale by all druggists.
No Dunning by Postal Cards. '
Assistant United States District Attorney T.
B. Alcon has notified W. R. Ford , delinquent
tax collector , of Pittsburg , to discontinue the
sending of the postal card as notification to
delinquent payers , as in his opinion the issu
ing of them come under the inhibition of''the
new law , making it a misdemeanor to send
postal cards of a threatening nature through
the mails. Attorneys in Pittsburgh express
the opinion that not only will tax collectors
have to quit using these notices , but secret or- c
ganizations also who are in the habit of send
ing out semi-threatening notices to derelect
Thero is no danger in giving Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy to children , as it contains no =
injurious substance ; besides it is unequalled
for colds and croup. Children like it. For
sale by all druggists.
Are You Intending to Build a Home ?
If so , send us your' address and 50 cents in * ]
stamps or postal note for our new book con
taining over Fifty Different Styles and Plans
Df Houses , costing from $200 to § 3,500 , suitable
for < city , town or country , arranged by the
bestarchitectsintheUnitcd States andEurope.
The book gives pictures and plans of each
bouse , showing just how they look when comT
pleted. Any carpenter can build from these
plans. If you ever intend to build a house ,
tvrite at once , as this advertisement will not
appear again in this paper. Address ,
F. C. Shepard , Evansburg , Pa.
This remedy is becoming so well known and
so popular as to need no special mention. All
ivho have used Electric Bitters sing the same
iongof paaise. A purer medicine does not
ixist and it is guaranteed to do all that is
jlaimed. Electric Bitters will cure all diseases
f the Liver and Kidneys , will remove Pimples ,
Boils , Salt Rheum and other elections caused
jy : impure blood. Will drive Malaria from the
system and prevent as well as cure all Malarial
evers. For cure of Headache , Constipation
ind Indigestion try Electric Bitters Entire
latisfaction guaranteed , or money refunded.
Price ] 50 cts. and $1.00 per bottle , at A. McMil-
en's drug store.
The organization known as the "Personal
lights league , " which was organized last
ummer and which has as one of its cardinal
ibjects resistanco to the prohibition move-
nent , which is characterized as a menace to
itizens , rights , has issued an impassioned ad
Iress to tho citizens of tho United States , wani
ng them of the dangers threatening them in
ho prohibition movement , and calling xra all A
ipposed to it to join in the work riflighting
hem by forming local assemblits under the mm
ilan of the parent organization in Chicago.
Persons troubled with rneumatism should
ry Chamberlain's Pain Balm. One applica-
ion will ease the pain , and its continued use
as cured many cases of chronic andJnflamma-
sry : rheumatism , that had resisted other rem-
dies and. even the treatment of the best
hysicians. Price , 50 cents per bottle. For *
ale ; by nil druggists.
A secret circular is reported to bo circulat-
ig among tho workingmen of New Yoik in
Inch tho number of ill advised strikes that
ave occurred lately is referred to with ndig-
ation , and the labor unions are advised to or-
anlzo secrctVribunals for the s ment of
traitors. " Theso tribunals Bha. " i ot under-
iko to inflect capital punishment , but their ,
3vcrest sentenceshall bo to cut off tho ears
offenders so that they will bo cheaply , con-
cniently and endelibly marked.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is famous.for ° '
prompt .and effectual cures of coughs and jj ;
jlds. The most sovero cold may be loosened j >
relieved by a fow doses or this valuable j >
imedy. For sale by all druggists. ji
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L. LOWMAH & SOH. I
OUR NEW SPRING * |
CLOTHING , I
Furnishing Goods 1
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ARE IN STOCK. |
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We "have the very Best Variety
as usual , and our
Prices are the Lowest !
Pants Made to ' orfler k mi t
L. LOWMAN & SON ,
Coiiie and get a Bixtterick Pattern slieet for March.
/S CONSUMPTION CURABLE ?
Read the following : Mr. C. H. Morris , New
ark , Ark. , says : "Was down with Abscess of
Lungs , and friends and physicians pronounced
me an Incurable Consumptive. Began taking
Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption ,
am now on my third bottle , and able to over
see tho work on my farm. It is tho finest
medicine ever made. "
Jesse Middleware Decatur , Ohio , says :
"Had it not been for Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption I would have died of Lung
troubles. Was given up by doctors. Am now
n best of health. " Try it. Sample bottles
free , at A. McMillen's drug store.
/ have a mixed bunch of hogs , in
cluding brood sows , for safe.
J. F. BLACK ,
Red Willow. Neb.
Wm. H. ANDERSON ,
rhe Mutual Life Insurance Co.
OF NEW YORK.
ALSO A FULL LINE OF
FIRE AND LIGHTNING INS.
Juddleston's Lumber Yard , MeCook.
( Successors to E , D. Webster. )
Horses branded on left hip or left shoulder.
mlx , P. O. address , Estelie ,
tag ; Hayes county , and Beat- .
J MHMMBk rice , Neb. Range , Stink-
SfSling Water and French-
Kllff man creeks , Chase Co. ,
F Pi Brand as cut on side of
A ; l | some animals , on hip and
QH nS&jfc sides of some , or any -
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where on the animal. ;
It has permanently cured thousands
f-cases pronounced by doctors hope-
ess. If you have premonitory 3ymp-
oms , such as Cough , Difficulty of
Jreathing , &c. , don't dolay , but use J
'ISO'S CURE FOR CONSUMPTION
mmediately. _ 3y Druggista , _ 25 cents.
: # - IN THE CITY. 4- r
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; Have just received a heavy stock of new I I
CLOTHINGwhich makes our stock com- I
- plete , consisting of Dress Suits , Business l I
: Suits , Work Suits , School Suits , Etc. , Etc. :
A COMPLETE LINE OF : I
- We received this week , from Chicago , the
; largest stock of Dress Goods , Flannels , f
Waterproofs , Blankets , Underwear , Shirts , - I
Hosiery , Notions , Gloves , Mittens , Hats , l "
Caps , Etc. , we have ever carried. '
i . A $3,000 STOCK OE I
\ We have § 15,000 in Merchandise to sell I
] for CASH or PKODUCE at as low a price :
i as any house can sell. Don't pay more for i V
* goods than we pretend to ask , thinking - H
you are saving " 25 cents on a dollar , " as ' H
4 some of our competitors advertise. t S
( INCORPORATED UNDER STATS LAWS. ) iJlllifH
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Paid up Capital , - . $50,000.00. _ _ BI _ j
General Banking Business , - I
Collections made on all accessible points. Drafts drawn directly on the principal * _ ' ' H
cities of Europe. Taxes paid for Non-Kesidents. Money to loan on farming . _
lauds , Tillage and personal property. Fire Insurauco a specialty. ' " * ' _ _
Tickets For Sale to and from Europe , - 'I '
CORRESPONDENTS. V. RuxsuKPresident , " • 4 _ |
rirot National Bank , Lincoln , Nebraska. V m j0h B , Cimik , Vice-Proaldeat , 1 1
The Chemical National Bank , Not * York. J a , a Ssxrx , Cuhia * . i l
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