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About The McCook tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 1886-1936 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 26, 1890)
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that we have the very best
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tween Omaha and Denver.
We guarantee a perfect fit
in every particular.
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TIONS ever exhibited in
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GEORGE HOCKNELL , President. B. M. FREES , Vice President. W.F. LAWSON , Cashier.
A. CAMPBELL , Director. S. L. GREEN , Director.
The Citizens Bank of McGooL
Incorporated under State Laws.
Paid Up Capital , $50,000.
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Collections made on all accessible points. Drafts drawn
directly on principal cities in Europe. Taxes paid
for non-residents. Money to loan on farming
lands , city and personal property.
t Tickets For Sale To and From Europe
"i - V. FRANKLIN , President. OFFICERS JOUN B. : CLARK , Vice Pres.
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f A. C. EBERT , Cashier. THOS. I. GLASSCOTT , Ass. Cash.
The First National Bank CORRESPONDENTS , Lincoln , Nebrska. :
The Chemical National Bank , New York City.
BANK OF McCOOK
Paid Up Capital , $50,000.
General Banking Business
Interest paid on deposits by special agreement.
Money loaned on personal property , good signatures
or satisfactory collateral.
Drafts drawn on the principal 'cities of the United
States and Europe.
4 E. SHAW , President JAY OLNEY , Vice President.
CflAS. A. VAXPELT. Cash. P. A. WELLS , ASS. Ctutliier.
7/19 Dibefi ft Grand /stand.
LINCOLN , NKII. , September 23. The Gram
leluud debute WHS turned Into u disgiiatlui
fiasco. The sugar pulucu couatullteo ulluwei
Itself to be led around by the nnsu by Web
Blur uud Uosewuter. ibu two.specnil puts o
the suloon-lieepurti. Webuter inaultea tlio in
vited guesta flora lowu und Kiiusus by 1)1
uumunlj-wUino about "this being tbu uecoui
time be bud beeu culled upon to defend tbi
fair nutiie of the etute or Nebrauka from for
eigners who jame in her to tell us bow ti
vote. " Tuiswastho only "urKunieut"Vob
Bter bud buve some Juried statistics tbu
buro no relevunev to the question ut issue
Webster's own colleague wus it forulgn-bori
Itobeiuluii , und Wubbter himsull piuvul tbu
be is u foieigner to tbe commonest rules ol
decent debute. In bis role ot pettifogger am
bulToon he attacked probihltlon us a "Bin. '
Ho said to put the "sin" of prohibition intr
the constitntinn would be a ctime. lie then
attempted to show tbnt prohibition promoted
drunkenness and Unit there wus more drunk
enness in Maine than in Nebraska. When
Ex-Governor Lnrrnbee showed from the written -
ton testimony of seventy-five percent , of the
District Judges of lottu that prohibition had
reduced crimp from one-half to two-thirds ,
Mr. Webster rejected the evidence contempt
uously and rested his case on a letter from n
friend of the liquor trallic whose testimony
would not have an atom of weight with any
fair-minded jury. Before Webster goes blub
bering like a baby over the state again , whin
ing about imported speakers whom he is call
ed on to meet todcfend the murderous liquor
business , let it be understood that he has re
peated opportunities to meet Nebraska men.
It has not been tbe fault of Nebraska men
who stand ready to meet Mr. Webster and
Mr. llosewater , that these defenders of the
murder mills have been forced to meet non
residents. A common school boy can refute
their sophistries and show them to be the real
enemies of the state's welfare. Look at tbe
men who arc representing the liquor traffic in
this contest : C. S. Ellsworth , who calls him
self "colonel , " a self-confessed violator of his
oath. Letters from Wisconsin business men
and aflidavits from bis victims have been
published in different Nebraska papers show
ing him to be a dead-beat and a scoundrel.
The notorious D. R. NunnnlyMms also been in
this campaign as the special champion of
Webster's pet institution. Nunnaly was such
a vulgar , profane and debauched wretch tnat
his own importers hurried biui out of the
state. Then comes James G. Kreider. who
takes pleasure in calling himself the "Iowa
Cyclone. " This blatant fraud is another sam
ple of the imported champions of the cause of
the rum-sc-llers. Against these "foreigners"
Mr. Webster does not cry. He only protests
when distinguished citizens like Ex-Governor
Larrabee , Ex-Attorney General Bradford , and
and Chief Justice Horton are invited to Neb
raska to take part in the contest between the
tiome and the saloon.
At the close of Rosewator's debate at Grand
island , after General Bradford had gone to
bis hotel , the editor of the Bee produced an
affidavit from a Topeka plumber who charged
that he had made repairs in Bradford's house
ivhen Bradford was prosecuting liquor sellers
in Kansas , and that he found a half barrel of
bottles of beer in Bradford's cellar. When
Rosewater's scurvy trick was reported to Mr.
Bradford , that gentleman sought the Bee man
ind denounced the whole affair as a dastardly
jutrage and informed his personal slanderer
: hathehad been a total abstainer fiom in
: oxicating liquors for thirty years.
We are having fine weather and there is no
langer of making calculations to come or go
in account of storms. There was a small rain
icre on the 18th inst. ana W. H. Benjamin
? as the loser of a cow and spring calf , killed
James Hill arrived home last week from the
W. C. Holdredge and John Raised pulled their
reight for Kansas , last week , and will continue
ast on their journey.
T. C. Kelly has moved on the A. D. Ashley
arm on 28.
Mrs. C. E. Nelson left here , yesterday , lor
luffalo county , and her two sons-in-lnw , Eng-
ish and Cudwulnder. were here to pull her
I see the Republican party is determined to
111 its promise with the people. 'Hah tor the
arty thatcarriesout its contracts.and does tbe
eople Borne good. Grant precinct , at this
riling , is looking like it would show up at the
ext election very much Republican.
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be aflhcted will ; a cough , cold or anv throat ,
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and give it a fair trial. It is guaranteed every
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Don't go lo bed suffering from sick head
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BUSINESS COLLEGE ,
Now contains Four Complete
English , and
Any one of the above mentiou-
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Special terms for all combined.
C. M. LOPEB , Manager.
can buy of us now your win
ter goods , such as COTTON and WOOLEN r n
FLANNELS , TRICOTS and SUITING
FLANNELS , HENRIETTAS and other
lines of dress goods at lower prices than
we have ever before sold them.
l z We have over $3,000 worth of
BOOTS & SHOES which we are selling
at less than regular prices. Don't fail to
compare prices with other houses.New
stock of HATS & CAPS.
SS Iii Groceries we take the lead.
With a bill of $20 cash will give you a
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umes in one.
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Announces the arrival of his fall stock ,
3omprising the LATEST and MOST FASH
IONABLE GOODS of the season. His prices
are lower than any tailor's in MeCook.
Don't fail to see his line. I
'OUR COUNTY SEAT"
A 5c. CIGAR ,
Try this popular brand. It is one of the finest fjc. cigars
ever placed on sale in McCook. ! l
. C. BULLARD
LIME , HARD
CEMENT , LUMBERHARD AND
DOORS , LUMBER
WINDOWS , SOFT
RED CEDAR AND OAK POSTS.
DEALERS IN :
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The Best Equipment in the Republican Valley.
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