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About The McCook tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 1886-1936 | View Entire Issue (June 19, 1891)
IS NOW COMPLETE ,
And we are prepared to show
-In the city at
Prices That Can't Be Beat.
-A full line of-
Mixed Paints , Varnishes ,
Brushes , Alabastine , Etc.
L. W. MCCONNBLL & CO. ,
P ure J
5O CENTS A HUNDRED.
I am delivering an extra pure , clear quality of ice , Drift
wood Creek ice , at the low and very reasonable price of 50
cents a hundred pounds. Wait for my wagon.
-EVERY WATERPROOF COLLAR OK
THAT CAN 'BE RELIED ON
BEARS THIS MARK.
NEEDS HO LAUNDERING. CAN BE WIPED CLEAN IN A MOMENT.
THE ONLY LINEN-LINED WATERPROOF
COLLAR IN THE MARKET.
fffi & I
'DEALERS I NEE
SASH , BOOKS , BLINDS , CEMENT * LIME ,
Also Hard and Soft Coal.
B. & M. Meat Market.
FRESH AND SALT
BACON , BOLOGNA ,
, . , .
TURKEYS &C. AC.
R. A , O0UPE & CO. , ProDS.
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Bain ! Ruin ! ! KalnU !
The Alliance folks do not call attention to
Paul Vandervort ao freely as they did since
Brother Allen of Frontier county reud Paul
out of the party.
Some of the Alliances think that they al
ready see the flno Italian hand of my two
banks both under ono roof iu a few recent
It will in all probability strike Col. C.T.
Brewer at about the third rib to learn that
the Alliance people here claim his recent elec
tion as an Alliance victory.
The Lebanon Alliance Business Association
had u called meeting- for the purpose of wind
ing up their little ball of yarn. Thus ends
another case of flying high and roosting low.
In talking with some of the boys in regard
to the Owlstrallan ballot it was the unanimous
opinion that the only way it would affect us
was the chance that it would deprive us on
election day of the unsolicited services of Jim
Goggles and Joe McClung.
I suppose you have all read the European
tourist's roar back to the Republicans. It
seems funny to have a Jew curse a money
leaner. I sincerely hope that the Republicans
of this state will not allow this bull-baiter to
dictate their policy. It is to be hoped that he
will wnnder into Moscow so that Grand Duke
Scrgius may round him up.
I received some time since acopy of "Here's
Your Mule. Joe" alias Alliance Herald. I be
lieve that the brick mason made a mistake
when he traded his apron for an ink pot.
Previous to his telling us that he was a brick
mason I had thought that he was a graduate
from some wood choppers' camp on some of
the charcoal flats in Pennsylvania.
Not exactly lost , strayed or stolen , but a
little mixed , ono ex-county commissioner ,
supposed at Wilsonville to be making arrange
ments to move down there , supposed at Leba
non to be making arrangements to secure
the Alliance nomination for county commis
sioner. Any information as to what he does
intend to do will be received with the greatest
indifference by his constituents at Lebanon.
If the B. & M. does not keep a supply of cof-
flns on hand you had better tell A. U. to get
one. It happened this
way : Some two or
three weeks ago I was listing corn on the
south divide , three miles from Lebanon , I
saw an extra go west. I unhitched , rushed
to the house , asked my wife if she didn't want
to go to town. She said she could not as she
had just filled the stove with bread to bake.
But why do you want to go to town in the
middle of the week. I
told her that I had seen
an extra go west and that I knew that it was
either Mary Sheedy of Lincoln or Ben Harri
son of D. C. , us our banker had called on both
of them at Lincoln a week or two before. I
pounded the old grays over the back clear to
town and there learned that thn nvtm wno
the bridge inspector , so if you miss a bridge
inspector you will nearly know what ailed
him- JAKE HARMON.
Wm. Timmons , 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. " Joh n 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 Just the thing for a man who is
all run down and don't care whether he lives
or dies ; ho found new strength , good appetite
and felt just like he had a new lease on life.
Only 50c. a bottle at A. McMillen's drug store.
Box ELDER REVIEW.
Crops are looking splendid in this part of
A.W.CamnbCll has an imnrnmnt-n fmr. nnni
in his wheat field.
Surely these heavy rains do stiffen the back
bone of the farmer.
Children's day exercises will be held at Box
Elder church , next Sunday.
The old soldiers of Box Elder have decided
to have an old-fashioned soldiers' picnic on
Last Sunday , Sam Pinkerton returned home
from Indianola , where he has been attending
school since last November.
The recent floods have inundated a large
field of corn for Daniel Doyle ; and we under
stand that several men up the creek are suf
fering in the same way.
Last Friday evening Charles Masters gave a
croquet party to the young people of Box El
der at his house. It was largely attended and
all enjoyed themselves. A bountiful supper
was served and the
spread was certainly a
compliment to Mrs. Blasters' ability in that
La Grippe Again.
During the epidemic of la grippe lastseason
Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption ,
coughs and colds , proved to be the best reme
dy. Reports from the many who used it con
firm this statement. They were not only
quickly relieved , but the disease left no bad
after results. We ask you to give this remedy
a trial and we guarantee that you will be sat
isfied with results , or the purchase price will
be refunded. It has no equal in la grippe or
any throat , chest or lung trouble. Trial bottles
tles free at A. McMillen's drug store. Large
size 50c. and $1.00. 4-its.
The Banksville young people were in attend
ance at a dance at James Lawthere. Saturday
Who says Nebraska is a dry country , when
it rains most every other day. Good rains
Monday and Tuesday.
The Alliance have a meeting at the Gerver
school house , Thursday evening , to arrange
for a celebration on Dry Creek of 4th of July.
The sudden death of Prof. Walter Rowland's
wife called Undo John Rowland and wife and
daughter. Mrs. Nelson , to Indianola. Sunday
evening , to attend the funeral.
Wm. Relph found his lost horse stock in the
west part of Grant , Saturday. They skipped
his herd. The herder must have been super
intending the growth of trees when they got
All ncdical authorities agree that catarrh is no
more nor less than an inflammation of the
ining membrane of the nasal air passages.
Nasal catarrh and all catarrhal affections of
the head are not diseases of the blood , and it
is a serious mistake to treat them as such.
No conscientious physician ever attempted to
do so. It is held by eminent medical men that
sooner or later a specific will be found for
every disease from which humanity suffers.
The facts justify us in assuming that for
catarrh at least a positive cure exists in Ely's
Cream Balm. - i tf.
SOUTH SIDE SAUCE.
Blllio Cuyler IB working Ht W. N. Cratty's.
Lawrence ami Otto Schwerdts left , last week ,
for North Plntte.
The Alllnnco folks uru talking of having a
big picnic over here soon.
This is a little the wett'BtwoHt her cv % rknowi
in Southwestern Nebraska.
Mrs. W. N. Cratty left , last Saturday morn
ing. for a short visit in Lincoln.
Small grain is firm , hut corn is very back
ward on account of the cool wet weather.
The cut worms arc working the corn some.
This wet weather is just the kind for them.
Grass , we believe , was never better at this
time of the year than now. Stock although
very thin this spring are in prime condition
H. H. Pickens has got a new plug hat and
Konc to the legislature.
I. T. Uirdsall rides in a way-uu phaeton be
hind a spanking span of blacks.
John Whittaker is putting up a fine frame
barn. for horses , grain and alfalfa.
M. C. Maxwell is building a large sheep barn
to hold his fine flock of cotswolds and me
Itothees Hileman Is building a large cement
cellar ( well ventilated ) for the purpose of
storing 10,000 bushels of potatoes.
John Whittaker had a little set-to with a
fence post , the other day. and from appear
ances John came out second best.
Mose Golfer is conductor of the street line
running up the Driftwood , and Oscar Hussfll
is sitting on the bank , lleli pole in hand , wait
ing for L > ull heads and suckers to float down
the ditch. Friends , tins may bo u little premature
mature , but the arrival ot the South Side ditch
will demonstrate that such is lite in the far
Resolutions of Condolence
Adopted by the M. E. Sunday school on the
death of Bernice Ludwick , Sunday , June 14th :
WHEREAS. In His Divine wisdom it has
pleased the Heavenly Father to take out of
the world the soul of little Bernice Ludwick :
BE IT RESOLVED. That we bow with humble
submission to the will of God in the dispensa
tion of His Providence , and that we recog
nize that the loss to this school is her gain ;
RESOLVED , That we as a school extend to
Brother and Sister Ludwick and their family
this our heartfelt sympathy infills their hour
of deep sorrow and nflliatioii ;
RESOLVED , That there be set aside on the
record of this school a memorial page upon
which these resolutions , together with her
ago and the date of her death , shall be record
ed ; that a copy of these resolutions be pre
sented to Brother and Sister Ludwick and
that they be furnished each of the city papers
Divine service at 11 o'clock , A. M. , and
7:30. P.M. , every Sabbath. Sunday school at
10 o'clock. A. M. . central time. Prayer meet
ing , Wednesday evenings at 8:00. central time.
All persons are cordially invited to these ser
vices. P. S. MATHER. Pastor.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla.
An old physician , retired from practice ,
having had placed in his hands by an East In-
dla missionary the formula of a simple veget
able remedy for the speedy and permanent
euro of Coimmnntlou , Bronchitis. Catarrh ,
Asthma and all throat and Lung Affections ,
also a positive and radical euro for Nervous
Debility and all Nervous Complaints , after
having tested UH wonderful curative powcrn
In thousands of cases. h > m felt it his duty to
make it known to hln puttering fellows. Actu
ated by this motive and a de-sire to relieve
human suffering. I will send free of charge , to
all who desiru it. this recipe. In Gorman.
French or Enirliah. with full directions for pre
paring and using. Sent by mall by addressing
with stamp , naming this paper. W. A. Noyea ,
820 Powers' Block. Rochester. N. Y. 38-ly.
A Book of 500 Pages.
On treatment and care of domestic animals.
Horses. Cattle.Sheep. Dogs.Hogsand Poultry ,
sent free. Address Humphreys' Veterinary
Specifics. Cor. William and John streets. N. Y.
HOME MADE !
ADAMS & PATR.
A. K. MOORK. JSO. K. HART.
MOOKE& IIAll T ,
ATTORNEYS - : - AT - : - LAW ,
MCCOOK. - - NEBRASKA.
; arVlll practice in the State and Federal
Courts and before the U.S. Land Olllco. OQice
over Famous Clothinir Co. Store.
C. H. BOYLE ,
LAND - > ATTORNEY ,
Six years experience in Gov.
eminent Land Cases.
Real Estate , Loans & Insuranoe.
NOTARY PUBLIC ,
in Phillips-Meeker building.
J. BYRON JENNINGS ,
ATTORNEY - : - AT - : - LAAV.
practice in the State and Unit-
States couits and before the U.S. Land Ollicee.
Careful attention given to collections. OHico
over Hank ot McCook.
HUGH W. COLE , LAWYER ,
CST Will practice in all courts. ComrnerciNl
and corporation law a specialty. Money to
loan. Rooms 4 and .1 old First National bld'g.
II. H. DAVIS. M. D. C. II. JONES , M. D.
DAVIS & JONES ,
PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS ,
McCOOK , NEBRASKA.
Houns : n to 11. a.m. . 2 to f and
7 to 9 , p. m. llooms over First National bank.
HENRY MEYER ,
Contractor and Builder ,
SPECIALTIES Making and repairing f urn-
ture. Furniture of any description made to
order. Mail orders promptly attended to.
Shop on Dennison Street , opposite Pred-
uore'6 blacksmith shop. McCook. Neb.
CWdren Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
HAKE SOUTHWEST NEBRASKA
What it ought to become and can easily bo
made by energy , faith , and labor.
A GARDEN SPOT.
How ? First , everybody in lied Willow coun
ty should read tbn IRRIGATION AGE. That
newspaper Is now recognized as ono of the
strongest forces In \dovelopment of the
Arid Region ; is an encyclopedia on the sub'
Joct of Irrigation. It contains all the news of
irrigation development , articles on the uao of I
water , the best crops to be cultivated , the ex- ,
pericnco of Colorado , California , and also for- \
clgn countries , departments in "THE IIIRI- j
GATEl * FARM" and "IRRIGATED ORCHARDS - j
ARDS , " and a hundred other things of practical - >
ical usefulness to the farmers of .south-West- (
era Nebraska. It Is worth k' '
$100.00 A YEAR I
To all its readers interested in arid and semiarid -
arid lands. Subscribe at once. $1.60 a year , '
50 cents for three months. Address.
IRRIGATION AOB , Denver , Colo.
Buck fen's Arnica Salve.
the world for cuts , sores.
bruises , ulcers , salt rheum , fever soros. tetter ,
chapped bands , chilblains , corns , and all skin
eruptions , and positively cures piles , or no
pay required. It Is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction or money refunded. Price
23 cf uts per box. For sale by A. McMillon.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
From New York City , lias the most com
plete stock of Spring and Summer Goods.for
men's wear , between Lincoln ami Denver.
liis store is just replete with the Litest nov
elties from New York and Chicago , and as
he buys strictly for cash he can aiford to give
you first class Clothing at very reasonable
prices , lie has guaranteed every garment
he has made up in McCook for nearly six
years and has never had a misfit in that time.
4Call and see him. One door north of the
- AND -
R. A. COLE
Wishes to call public attention to the fact
that ho has received more goods which makes
hia the largest and finest stock to select from
in McCook. He guarantees a nt and his prices
are the lowest in McCook. Two doors west of
FRANK HUB BLR
A MILLIONAIRE ,
BUT STILL A
DAY LABORER ,
And solicits a continuance of past favors.
Carpet Laying a Specialty. Satisfaction guar-
cnteed. Leave orders at TUB TRIBUNE office.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL , CAPITAL AND SURPLUS ,
GEORGE HOCK NELL , President. B. M. FREES , Vice President. W.F. LAWSON , Cashier.
A. CAMPBELL , Director. S. L. GREEN , Director.
The Citizens Bank of McGook ,
Incorporated under State Laws.
Paid Up Capital , $5OOOO.
General Banking Business ,
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.
Tickets For Sale to and from Europe
V. FRANKLIN , President , JOHN R. CLARK , Vice Pres.
A. C. EBERT , Cashier. THOS. L GLASSCOTT , Ass. Cash.
The First National Hank , Lincoln Nebrska.
The Chemical National Bank , New York City.
H. M. WOLF , PROPRIETOR.
DAVID C. BENEDICT , CLERK.
Headquarters for Traveling Men ,
Electric lights , hot and cold water baths ,
free bus to all trains , and strictly first class
in all of its appointments.
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