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M VOLUME IX. McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY EVENING , AUGUST 1,1890. NUMBER lO. ]
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; S • FRANK HARRIS , President. W. C. BULLARD , Vice Presiden
W E. C. BALLEW , Treasurer.
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I THE McCOOK GO-OPERATIVE
g Bill i Sip Assiii
f , CAPITAL , $500,000.
$400,000 $ , Siocl If SltariM
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FOR FURTHER INFORMATION
CALL ON OH ADDRESS
[ C. H. MEEKER , Secretary ,
McCOOK , NEBRASKA.
| OUR SPECIALTIES.
Wliite Mountain Ice Cream Freezers.
Thomas Two Knife Lawn Mowers.
Jewel Vapor Stoves.
Great Western Stoves and Ranges.
Ohio Wrought Steel Ranges.
Glidden Barbed Wire genuine.
• Screen Wire. Screen Doors.
Building Hardware , and everything in
f -The Hardware Line.
[ " " The Pioneer Hardware ,
| W. C. LaTOIJRETTE , Prop.
I Four Doors Sontli of J. C. Alleir fc Co. , McCook , Neb.
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Traveling Men for Prohibition.
Special to Toe Tribune.
Lincoln. Neb. , July 2U. A traveling mi
who has made nearly two-thirds of the cou
ties south of the Flatte in Nebraska durii
the lost sixty days , reached Lincoln , Mondi
morning. He states that eeven-tenthi of i
commercial travelers he has met since t !
Amendment campaign started , are In favor
the Prohibitory Amendment. He states ittt
way : "Anybody but the commonest kind '
a chump must see that if Prohibition carric
collections will bo better. Laborers , mecba
ics and many farmers will pay more cash f <
necessaries and the saloons will send le
money out of the state for liquor. Lumb
men will sell to men who never before owni
the roofs over their heads , and the women ai
babies will wear clothes that will set the who
neighborhood to staring. Talkaboutinjurit
tradel It will give every decent business
boom. The butcher will sell good meat to tt
men who have been buying cheap liver ; tt
grocer will sell costly canned goods to me
whose families have lived without "sauce" c
the table half the time ; and the clothing me
chant but what's the use to take your va
uable time ? I have met scores of the moi
enthusiastic traveling men you ever beard <
who are doing more for th6 Amendment tha
twenty ordinary lecturers. It will be million
of money in the pockets of Nebraska me
chants if the trade-sapping saloons are drive
from the state. "
Smith and Huckins are into a great revivi
at Wymoro with their big tent. Over a thoui
and people came night after night to bear th
speeches and cheer the songs. These me
have never been a dead-weight on the con
mittee , but so satisfactory has their work bee
among the people , that tho matter ot finance
has given no trouble. Half a dozen such ten
teams would create a whirlwind of Amend
ment sentiment and insure the adoption of Pre
hibition. The Independent Peoples' Convei
tion of York county adopted a resolution i :
favor of the Prohibitory Amendment.
The Swedish Non-Partisan Prohibition Com
mittee will begin an extensive tent campaigi
at Holdredge , Aug. 5 , and go from ther
through Kearney , Hamilton , Fillmore , Polk
Saunders , Burt and Douglas counties. The ;
will accomplish great good among the Scandi
Major E. T. Scett and wife are doing splen
did Amendment service under the manage
ment of the Prohibition State Central Commit
Complaint reaches this office daily in regan
to tho neglect of the Amendment work in tin
country districts. This is a fatal mistake am
every committeeman , worker , or friend of the
cause should insist that the county canvasses
should be made iu systematic order. Tlious
anils of able home workers should take up this
battle. The agents of tho liquor dealers arc
already planning a gudgeon-catching cam
paigu among the farmers. It would bo ji
crime against humanity to allow them to sue
ceod in deceiving and tricking the people.
Let every worker make this a personal matter
iind invade the country. If the battle is press
ed steadily and aggressively for the next
ninety days prohibition will sweep the state
by a handsome mojority. But every man and
ivoman must work as though the eutire bur-
len rested on their shoulders.
Judge Wilbur F. Bryant spends the week in
Ash Creek Items.
W'J. Evans' family is very low with the
Chas. Weiutz moved to McCook , the first of
Joseph Dudek lost a valuable calf , Sunday
Mr. Whitmore departed for Iowa , last Mon-
\Y. P. Burns departed for Kansas , last week ,
3 visit his aged mother.
Tho Misses Evans and F. D. Morrow were
uests at Mr. Stockton's , Sunday.
A good rain , Monday night , which was ac-
smpanied by hail that did considerable dam-
Demorest Medal Contest.
There will be a Demorest Medal Contest
t Yailton , Wednesday evening , Aug. 6th , at
:30 : o'clock. The contestants aire George
larris , Euth Grundy , Andrew Fauss , Lillie
> utcher , Grace Esher , Auna Grundy , Den-
isDutcher , Walter Lesser , CHffordDunham ,
At the Fredericks school house contest , Mr.
ieorge Kneeland won the Demorest Medal
nd Miss Alice Hartley wou a silver coin
51.00) as second prize. W. O. Korval ,
KEPOBT OF THE CONDITION
First National Bank ,
at McCook , in the State of Nebraska , at
the close of business , July 18th , 1890.
oans and discounts § 121,945.86
verdraf ts secured and unsecured. . 263 & 1
" . S. bonds to secure circulation . . . 12.500.00
ue from approved reserve agents. 13,541.82
ue from other National banks. . . 695.19
anking-house , furniture , fixtures. 16,713.00
urrent expenses and taxes paid. . . 298.51
hecks and other cash items 173.23
ills of other banks 235.00
ractional paper currency , nickles ,
and cents 20.41
egal-tender notes 232.00
edemption fund with TT. S. Treas
urer 15 per cent of circulation 562.50
ipital stock paid in S 50.000.00
ndivided profits 4,098.24
ational bank notes outstanding. . . 11,250.00
dividual deposits subject to check 43,125.39
smand certificates of deposit 53,848.45
ue to state banks and bankers. . . . 5.293.98
State or Nebraska , i
) unt7ofRed Willow , f bS *
[ , W.F.LAWSON.Cashlerof the above-named
ink , do solemnly swear that the above state-
Bnt is true to the best of my knowedge and
illef. W. F. Lawson , Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 80th
y of July , 1890. B. C. Ballew.
IBRECT Attest :
A. Campbell , 1 '
Geo. Hocknell , } Directors.
SL. Green. j _ }
GOING EAST CENTRAL TIME LEAVES.
No. 6. local paB6enger , 4:45. A. J
No. 2 , through passenger , 6:10 , A. J
No. 4 , local passenger , 5:55 , P.5
No. 128. way freight 5:30. A.J
B "Way freight No.130 arrives from west i
4:15 , P.M. , mountain time.
GOINO WEST MOUNTAIN TIME LEAVES.
No. 3 , local passenger , 4:40. A. J
No. 1 , through passenger. . . 10:40 , A. I *
Nonlocal passenger. 9:30. P. >
&TWay freight No.127 arrives from the eai
at 7:20. P. M. . central time.
E No. 137 , Beverly accommodation , leave
at 5:15 , A. M. Returned , arrives at 9 : I5A.M
Kuns only on Mondays , Wednesdays and Fr
days. A. Campbell , Supt.
A. J. Welch , Agent.
Engines 46 and 120 are out of the shops.
J. F. Forbes , train dispatcher at Holyokt
is in the city preparing to move his family.
Engine 157 is out of the shops and Hollida ;
is as tickled as a boy with a new pair of boots
Messrs. Bailey and Hawksworth went t <
Denver for a few days' visit , the first part o
Koadmasters from all points on the divis
ion were at McCook , the first of the week
checking up their rolls.
Engine 109 is laid up for light repaiis oi
account of breaking a rod strap and knock
ing out a cylinder head.
J. W. Trammell , manager of the Burling
ton's line of Eating Houses , was at head
quarters on business , Tuesday.
Master Mechanic Archibald went out to hi ;
farm , Wednesday , and says there will be ?
little corn out that way if we get rain.
John Kennedy , brother of Felix Kennedy ,
is visiting him a few days , this week. Mr-
Kennedy is general yarthnaster at Topeka ,
Kansas , for the Santo Fe road.
Geo. B. Harris , General Manager of the
Burlington system , passed through McCook
on the Hyer , Thursday , in his special car , ac
companied by General Manager Holdrege.
Engineer Jones departed on Tuesday even
ing for Chicago , where he expects to drive
the iron horse in the future. The "Blawsted
Britisher" will be missed from the western
For the benefit of some people who are
more or less "gullible * 'it might be well to
state that railroad men do nor , asaiule , take
fi leave of absence tor a vacation with the
purpose of jumping the country.
The Institute beginning Aug. 11th will be
leartily welcomed at McCook. Board will
3e provided at reduced lates and every ellbrt
.vill . be made to make it one of unusual inter-
; st and prolit. We expect to see all teachers
ind all wishing to teach and let me add , all
nterested in educational work. The Insti-
ute is planned primarily to be a help to the
eachers of country schools. We do not for-
; et that in this season of drought and crop
ailure , many will have to make an effort to
.ttend and we trust the reward will be large ,
troportioued to the effort. It this year. 1S90 ,
3 to be remembered as one of severe strin-
ency , financially , let it also be remembered
s one of especial activity and progress iu
ur schools. For two short weeks , let the
liings of the mind and character come to the
ront where they should be. A Beading Cir-
le is to be organized , auxiliary to tiie Xeb-
iska State Teachers' Beading Circle , to
rhich we hope every teacher will become a
lember. The reading is to be along two dis-
nct lines (1) professional workand(2) ( ) gen-
COURSE OF STUDY.
1. Compayns' lectures on teaching.
2. Welch's "How to Organize , Classify
nd Teacli a Country School. "
3. Selections from Hawthorne and his
The first twe give suggestions , rules and
irections as to principles , manner and meth-
d of work , in the Jast , we are to study auth-
rs who have left us an enduring heritage in
terature. Very cordially ,
Eliza. G. Netiletox.
The tolk who lived in Shakspere's day
And saw that gentle figure pass
By London Bridge , his frequent way ,
They little knew what man lie was !
The pointed beard , the courteous mein ,
The equal port to high and low ,
All this they saw or might have seen
But not the light behind the brow !
The doublet's modest gray or brown ,
The slender sword-hilt's plain device ,
What sign had these for prince or clown ?
Few turned , or none , to scan him twice.
Yet't was the king of England's kings !
The rest with all their pomps and trains
Are mouldered , half-remembered tilings
'T is he alone that lives and reigns !
Thos. B. Aldrich , in The Century for Aug.
Prohibition County Convention.
The Prohibitionists of Red Willow county ,
eb.are hereby called to meet in mass con-
ntion at the Congregational church in Mc-
> ok on Saturday , Aug. 9th , 1890 at3 o'clock ,
M. , for the purpose of nominating a coun-
ticket selecting six delegates to the state
nvention which convenes in the city of
ncoln , " Aug. 27th at two o'clock , P. M. , and
b transaction of such other business as may .
operlv come before the convention. Ladies
the W. C. T. U. may become delegates
d their presence and council is desired.
1.1. Gbttndv , W. O. Norvax ,
i you suffer from any affection caused by
pure blood , such as scrofula , salt rheum ,
rea , bolls , pimples , tetter , ringworm , take
. J. H. McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment.
Id by C. H. Smith & Son.
J. ALBERT WELLS ,
DRY GOODS , MILLINERY ,
Dress Making a Specialty.
During JULY and AUGUST I will make
SWEEPING REDUCTIONS in all depts.
of New and Desirable Goods , which must I
be sold in order to make room for my I
DRESS GOODS. I
Bargains never before attempted will be H
given in all kinds of DRESS GOODS. I
Positively the greatest sacrifice in prices H
on TRIMMED and UNTRIMMED HATS. I
JBAPPROiTHABLE f VALUES
WIX BE OFFERED IN
Wiite Goods , Embroideries and Flouncings.
} REAT BARGAINSI I
adies' and Misses' Underwear and Hosiery. I
Mammoth Reductions I I
Carpets , Pugs aed Surtaies , . I
"While 1 have been giving extra values H
each week in my several depts. , this sale H
includes everything in every department H
until sale is concluded. ' H
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