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About The McCook tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 1886-1936 | View Entire Issue (March 13, 1891)
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VOLUME IX. McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY EVENING , MARCH 13 , 1891. NUMBER 42J
.BY PRICES AT
Before invoicing on Jan. 1st , 1891 , we will close every line
AT - : - ACTUAL : COST !
The following are some of the prices :
; 10 dozen of MISSES' TOBOGGANS at 25c. Worth 75c.
10 dpzen of MISSES TOBOGGANS at 50c. Worth $1.25.
10 doz. suits MEN'S UNDERWEAR at $2.50. Cheap at $5.
10 doz. suits MEN'S UNDERWEAR at $1. Cheap at $2.
LADIES' UNDERWEAR at ONE-HALF regular price.
Ladies' , Misses' , Children's and Men's ' Shoes
AT BEDROCK !
Notwithstanding that shoes have advanced 20 per cent.
We will make this absolutely
in McCook and vicinity. We have a full stock of
to select from AS LOW AS THE LOWEST. Give
us a trial and he convinced that
We are THE CHEAPEST DEALER in the City ,
YOURS ANXIOUS TO PLEASE ,
In addition to my line of ( DRY GOO ( DS , CLOTH-
IMG , ( BOOTS , SHOES , MOTIONS , Etc. , I
have just laid in a stock of
FRESH STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES.
/ have determined to sell all my goods at "hard
times" prices. Call and see me at the old Op =
penheimer stand in the ( Babcock = Morlan build =
ing , and I will do the square thing by you.
SASH , DOOKS , BLINDS , CEMENT , LIME ,
Also Hard and Soft Coal.
7- ' Cock Neb
HARTLEY NOTES. '
Hartley's on u boom.
O.Frost was ticketed to Lincoln on No. 4
M. V. Vickrey WHS in Indianola on buslnees
O. L. Campbell of McCook spent Wednesday
afternoon In Hartley.
S. W. Huddleston of McCook was In the
'Varsity town. Tuesday.
C. E. Hodgkin is busy borltwr a well for I
Vandervort. this week.
Itev. W. M. Taylor has been housed up with
la grippe the past week.
Mrs. Dawson returned to Cambridge after a
week's visit among' friends.
Rev. N. F. Klotzinir is attending the Evan
gelical conference at Holdrege.
Commissioner Hodfrkiri has been attending
to county business , this week , at Indianola.
Mrs. Deck returned on Sunday from an ex
tended visit through the eastern part of the
.1. W. Dolan was In town , Tuesday , looking
after his flock. The "east end office-seeker"
was very prominent.
Mrs. Aldricb , who has been visiting C. B.
Wilson and family for several weeks , returned
to her Michigan home.
Small-bore politicians ( streotcoramissionersj
have commenced to button-hole voters. Pros
pects are good for two tickets , however.
Postmaster Fidler is getting his eyes open as
regards the "east end political man" only to
find that he has been a victim of misplaced
Miss Lena Beck , one of Bartlcy'sfair daugh
ters , accompanied her father to Lincoln. She
will visit various parts in eastern Nebraska
Messrs. Spencer and Thompson of Lenox ,
Iowa , arrived this week. They were on the
train which was wrecked near Mascot , with
but slight damage to stock.
Madam Utimor has it that a certain person
ia or around Hartley has disposed of all of
this world's goods to his son-in-law to avoid a
suit at law. Such is the life of a Methodist in
The mechanical monstrosity issued by the
"gimlet" puts one very much in mind of a
cholera hog. Rev. Kletzing , however , is to be
complimented on its editorial and advertising
Chas. Kort's team were frightened by No. 4 ,
Tuesday evening , and but for a wire clothes
line in which they became entangled , would
probably done much damage to themselves
The aspiring young politician of the east
end is making preparation to celebrate the
anniversary of his defeat at the villiage elec
tion. However be has given it out officially
that ho is out of politics. Think of it !
Our ground hog winter has about run its
The Red Willow county precinct that gave
the largest republican plurality in November ,
1890 , lost heavily in population , last fall. We
are now recuperating.
The late teacher in district No. 5 thought he
went to Hamburg , a few night since. Just
ask him. He will tell you all about it and de
clare that ho was driving with both hands.
There was a poor , lone , bare-footed kid came
to J. 0. Cumming's residence , a few nights
since , to stay SI years or during the drouth.
Mother and kid all right. J. B. about wild.
Mr. John Kiser with his wife and three
daughters ( hi there you old batches ) has just
moved in here from Nemaha county , bringing
with him two car-load of this world's goods.
I overheard a late member of Lebanon Al-
iance ask their very able Secretary why he ,
be inquirer , had been expelled from the Al-
iance. I failed to hear the Secretary's reply.
Mr. Charles Straub and wife and three
daughters and two sons have moved in here ,
a few days since , from the eastern part of the
tatc. They brought with them a car loaded
o the top.
A Mr. Sleets from Union county , Iowa , has
bought three quarters of the finest land in
his precinct. That is not to be wandered at ,
but he has sent money to buy wheat and have
0 acres seeded. He will send in oats enough
o seed a small sized farm. He has contracted
with our efficient road overseer to have 100
acres broke , this spring , and he will bring bis
wife and kids out here to live , next fall.
Our ex-double , ex-county commissioner is
busy explaining to the confiding souls who
put faith larger than a grain of mustard seed
n the late vs. C. W. Hodgkin's case.
The same confiding souls are also told that
after the 4th of March Lebanon will get a
'ostmaster that does not dabble in politics.
A resident of this precinct who does not dab
ble in politics will be a prize for Barnum in
Every farmer in Red Willow county's pro-
inct thai , gave the.largest republican majori-
y in November , 1890 , is anxiously waiting for
. Frost to leave mother earth so they can go
o seeding and while the majority of us Lords
of Creation are short on lucre , wheat , oats ,
corn and praties and long on thin horses and
cattle I believe every one is making a heroic
effort to till every acre possible and I must
confess that the crop acreage is going to be
away above anything I thought possible six
weeks ago. JAKE HARMON.
Is Consumption Incurable ?
Read the following ; Mr.C. H. Moris , Newark ,
Ark. , says : "Was down with Abscess of
Jungs , 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 the work on my farm. It is the finest med-
cine ever made. "
Jesse Middlewart , Decatur. O. , says : "Had
t not been for Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption 1 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.
SPRING PENING !
Mammoth - : - Stock
DRY GOODS !
DRESS 'IGOODS ' Silks , Henriettas ,
Cashmeres , Summer Flannels , Suitings ,
Serges , Mohairs , Fancy Stripes.
CLOAKS Jackets , Capes , Peasant
Garments , Blazers ; latest 1891 styles.
EMBROIDERIES-Lawns , Nainsook ,
Flouncings , Checks , Stripes.
CARPET Ingrains , All-Wool , Half-
Wool , 3-Ply , Brussels , Tapestry , Body and
Velvet. Rugs and Oil Cloths.
J. ALBERT WELLS ,
McCOOK , NEBRASKA.
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