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About The McCook tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 1886-1936 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 28, 1890)
L. LOWMAN & SON
ABE SELLING OUT
WINTER m GOODS.
There are some that stand with glove in hand ,
But we have learned to rustle ! !
| DRESS GOODS ,
9 SHAWLS , '
At REDUCED PRICES
All Grades of Goods Have to go
Before Christinas ,
L. LOWMAN & SON.
To the bottom of the sea. Of course the reader will
understand that we refer to the
PLUNGE OF PRICES
at Western Nebraska's Leading Clothing Store ,
We carry a LAEG-E and WELL SELECTED stock of
New and Fresh and Stylish Goods !
and we want to burn it down deep in the minds of the
people in these "diggings" that
We are making a SPECIALTY both inPEICE and
in SUPEKIOB QUALITY of
FLANNEL : - : SHIRTS ,
and for the HOLIDAY TEADE we have a particularly elegant ,
attractive and handsome line of
MUFFLERS , NECKTIES and SILK HANDKERCHIEFS
While our STIFF HAT for ONE DOLLAE
Is a Sure-Enough Corker
We display a complete and extensive line of
TRUNKS , GRIPS and SATCHELS.
C. W. KNIGHTS
UNION BLOCK , MeCOOK , NRB.
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Box ELDER BLOSSOMS.
R. E. Moore Is enjoying the luxury of a net
Rev. Webster made a short visit to Minden
G. W. Bede is having good success teaching
school at this place.
Josiab Moore is talkingof lookmgfor govern
ment land in Colorado.
Mr. Grundy and family of Stratton were
visiting at Mr. Doyle's , last week.
The camp fire at the school house was wul
attended , Wednesday of last week.
There was a basket supper and preaching by
Elder Mastin at the church , Thanksgiving.
There Is muchcoinplaintof coyotes carrying
off the poultry of this neighborhood. Why
not have a big round up and run them out.
John Sexson of Springfield , Neb. , and Master
Herbert Lou bach , a young nimrod of Arapa
hoe , brother and nephew of E. A. Sexson , were
visiting him , last week.
The Demorest silver medal contest has been
postponed until Friday , December 5th. This
will be the best entertainment of the kinc
that has been attempted at this place. S. A. E
SOUTH SIDE SAUCE.
H. M. Eaton moved to the Willow , this week
Mrs. W. S. Fitch is quite sick with typhoid
Col. Charles H. Jacobs was at Goosetown
John Stone is down again with inflammatory
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Stone visited in Frontier
county , the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Brown were out on the
South Side , last Sunday.
Miss Bernice Jacobs was visiting in Frontier
county , part of last week.
I. T. Birdsall is hauling corn from the city to
keep those fat hogs of his agoing.
S. H. Colvin and wife were driving over the
country on the South Side , last Sunday
We noticed Uncle Billy Coleman showing up
the country to some eastern man , lastTuesday.
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dollar prize story , by James T. McKay , is one
of the admirable stories given in The Thanks
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Warren L. Wattis , while a whole page of
Thanksgiving Fun is given for the younger
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Mrs. Michael Curtain , Plainfield , 111. , makes
the statement that she caught cold , which
settled on her lungs ; she was treated for a
month by her family physician , but grew
worse. He told her she was a hopeless victim
of consumption and thai no medicine could
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and after taking ten bottles found herself
sound and well , now does her own housework
and is as well as she ever was. Free trial bottles
tles of this great discovery at A. McMillen's
drug store. Regular sizes 50 cents and $1.00.
Extend sympathy to some" people and they
begin to cough all the more loudly to show
how bad they are.
Wm. Timraons. postmaster of Idaville , Ind. ,
writes : "Electric Bitters has done more for
me than all other medicines combined , for
that bad feeling arising from kidney and liver
trouble. " John Leslie , farmer and stockman ,
of same place , says : "Find Electric Bitters
to be the best kidney and liver medicine , made
me feel like a new man. " J. W. Gardner ,
hardware merchant , same.town , says : "Elec
tric Bitters is lust the thing for a man who is
all run down and don't care whether he lives
or dies ; he found new strength , good appetite
and felt just like he had a new lease on life.
Only 50 cents a bottle at A. McMillen's drug
A good deed is never lost ; he who sows cour
tesy reaps friendship , and he who plants kind
ness gathers love.
It is not the cough that kills but what it leads
to cough , colds and bronchitis are always
cured by Humphreys' Specifics Nos. one and
seven , being used by thousands with the most
Never get into a rut it is hard to turn out
for your enterprising , wide-awake contempo
raries to pass by you.
A. J. Rand is editor-Sn-chiof on the
Union service at the M. E. church ,
Attorney Snavcly went down to Lin
coln , Tuesday evening.
A large number of Lcbanonites were
in the city , the past few days.
Postmaster General Peterman still
adheres to his republican faith.
Treasurer-elect Henton was over from
the Beaver , fore part of the week. .1
The World-Herald man worked this
town for fourteen copies of the daily.
Joe JDoJph of Danbury was doing
business in the county-seat , Monday.
The Bret Harte Literary Club will-
give a public entertainment in the near
The Lincoln Land Company has ap
pointed C. D. Cramer as its agent in
B. E. Ashton , one of the oldest set
tlers in the county , was in town one day
S. R. Smith in digging a well near his
house claims to have found a good quali
ty of ochre.
District Court Reporter Gibbs ca
in over the short line from Sttf <
Starr , Snavely and Smith hav
employed by Burt and 'Benne
The Masonic lodge of this ci
furnishing aid to large number o
members living in the country.
The way the janitors of the M. E. an <
Congregational churches ring the bells
is quite enough to cause one to yell fire
The Grange store that has been flis'iir
ishing in Indianola for the past year
like a green bay tree has gone into win
C. H. Crocker , one of our most pro
gressive farmers in this section of the
county , has moved to the eastern par
of the state.
Danbury is without a drug store
Consequently there is an uneasy feel
ing there least someone should get bit
ten by a snake.
As near as can be ascertained there
are but sixteen of "the relation" now in
the county and so the "Indianola ring'
has gone glimmering.
M. G. Shackelton , familiarly callec
"Old Shack , " is now firmly intrenched
at C. F. Wcehner's old stand and is sell
ing soap six bars for a quarters.
J. S. Phillips has rented the room ,
first door south of the P. 0. , and will in
a few days hang out his shingle to be
swayed by the gentle Nebraska zephyrs.
Prof. W. 0. Herman and troupe
stranded at this sea port. Their claim
to public patronage was that they were
from the burnt district of Rawlins coun
ty , Kansas.
A large crowd gathered in town on
Tuesday and Wednesday to attend the
auction sale going on at the Grange
store , under the supervision of Deputy
Edward Parks of Red Cloud , brother
of Mrs. C. S. Quick , on his way back
from Denver where he had been as a
delegate to the K. of L. convention ,
stopped off for a few days with Mr.
uick and family.
Almost everyone had forgotten about
the Indianola ochre and so we were
greatly surprised , a few days ago , when
Mr. Lamburn told us he had received
an order for ten car loads. Work will
commence in the mine , January 1st.
There was a joint discussion at the
M. E. church , Tuesday night , of the
question whether or not women should
) e admitted to the general conference.
Scriptually the argument was good
enough , practically it hardly reached
the home base.
Whenever Attorney Captain Frank
Strout has a case before a county jus
tice he packs Colonel's old grip with
rags and lugs it into the presence of the
court , when the opposing counsel runs
off and hides in the bunch grass and
; he hairs of the justice turns white in
ess tban a minute.
Attorney Frank Selby of Cambridge
came up Saturday , to file papers with
he clerk of the district court , said to be
> etitions for the foreclosure of real es-
ate mortgages. Incidentally , Col.
? rank is an advocate of "squatter sov-
reignty" and will remain in Cambridge
till the heavens fall or the Bartley
anal bonds are declared illegal by the
nghest court in the land.
Compare our prices with those
of the CREDIT STORES around
$2 SAVED ON EVERY $1
GRAND ISLAND SUGAR
15 Ibs. Granulated for. § 1
15 Ibs. Light Brown Sugar for $1
14 Ibs. California Dried Grapes § 1
22 Ibs. Navy Beans for § L
3 Ibs. J T Plugs Tobacco for. . $1
1 Ib. J T Plpgjfcco for. . .35
1 Ib. TargflHbacco for .25
NO GjfCHY prices offered 1
fool people , but only a fair profit
on all goodL
DOLLARS are growing in size
each day ; take our advice buy your
goods at the CASH BAEGATN'
HOUSE. We save you from 25
to 33 | per cent over the CEEDIT'
Cash Bargain House.
IS ELECTED AND
J G ALLEN
, , & GO ,
Great Dry Goods Sale ,
Enormous reductions in all
DRESS GOODS ,
GLOVES , _
MITT E N S ,
AT LESS THAN COST !
Ladies' and Children's
AT HALF REGULAR PRICE
Men's Suits ,
Men's Overcoats ,
Boys' Suits ,
We will close out all our Clothing
at BELOW COST.
Boots and Shoes !
Boots and Shoes !
Prices cut LOWEE THAN"
EVEE BEFOEE. Every thing
MUST BE SOLD !
Standard Calicos , 5 cts.
WOETH % .
Cash Bargain House.
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