The McCook tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 1886-1936, June 03, 1892, Image 1

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He Don't Know
Nothing About It
UNLESS he lias visited the
seen their magnificent new
stock , and tested their reason
able prices.
You can get a pair of LADIES'
FINE EJD SHOES for $2.50 , era
a pair of GENTS' FINE CALF
SHOES for a like amount.
Good judges say that their
I prices are
Take your choice of a large
variety of Ladies' Bright Don-
gola Shoes for $2.00. A large
stock of Ladies' Hand Turned
Oxfords at $2.50. Good grade
of machine sewed Oxfords at
$1.50. The Best M. S. Oxford
at $1.75.
And examine our goods and
prices. You needn't buy a
thing and you will be just as
well treated. No "grumpy"
This is Leap Year. Knew
it , eh ? We'll excuse us for re
minding you of it. We only
wanted to say that we have
decided to leap into this year
with a greater display than
ever , lower prices , more activ
ity in moving our goods off
the shelves into the homes of
the people of McCook and
vicinity , more enterprise in all
Our volume is
Fin de Siecle.
The Latest Out On Top ,
Next week we shall oifer
some new styles in Ladies'
Shoes in Cloth and Ooze tops ,
Patent Leather trimmed and
plain , in Button and Lace , at
scheduled prices which must
move them.
Square Deal Every Time.
Dr. C. 11. Jones departed on No. 1 , Tues
day , for the west.
Judge Coclininas in Indianola , Tuesday
afternoon , on legal business.
.J.J3. McCabe , who has been very ill for a
few days , is recovering slowly.
Judge Benson has opened a real estate
ollice in THE TKIBIJNE building.
J11 dueJXT.\VeIty was in the city , Wednes
day , on his way to Hitchcock county to hold
Mrs. C. G. rotter leaves today for Buffalo.
N. Y. , to visit at her old home during the
summer season.
Mr. and Mis. JD. . McAIpine were down
from Denver , Decoration day , visiting rela
tives and frifiuls.
F. 11. Selby , of Cambridge was in the city ,
Wednesday evening , on his way to attend
court at Culbertson.
Miss Ruth Bantham , one. of Red Willow
county' efficient teachers , was a metropolis
visitor , Wednesday.
Rev. Father Magevney , who has been
holding a mission in tit. Patrick's , departed
for Denver , Tuesday.
Manager Cooney Warren of the Billiard
Lumber Co. was up at Palisade , Wednesday ,
on company business.
The California delegation to the Minneapo
lis convention passed through McCook. ear
ly yesterday morning.
L. Morse , Benkelman's astute "politician-
er" was at headquarters for that article ,
Wednesday evening.
Miss Minnie Johnston , who lias been visit
ing in California for a few months , is ex
pected home tomorrow.
Editor Andrews of the busy , bustling little
Benkelman Bee , is in the city , this morning ,
on some matters of business.
Miss Mary Sawhill , sister of Mrs. G. R.
Oyster , arrived home , Wednesday , from
visiting relatives in Kansas.
A. McMillen drove up to Trenton , Sunday ,
after his wife and baby , who had been visit
ing Mrs. McMillen's father , returning home ,
John Gammiil , the Republican war horse
from Frontier county , was a visitor at head
quarters for things and matters of political
moment , today.
Rev. S. B. Crosby , of Loomis , Nebraska ,
who has been the guest of Rev. W. C. Stev
enson for a few days , departed for home on
the Tuesday morning passenger.
Mrs. F. H. Spearman and the children de
parted on No. 6 , Wednesday , for Chicago on
in extended visit home. Mr. Spearman ac
companied them as far as Hastings.
Rev. D. L. McBride was the orator of the
day at Bartley. And THE TIUBUXK will
risk the assertion that the people of Bartley
ind vicinity were highly entertained.
Miss Anna Holland and Miss Lillian Wei-
born , two of Indiauola's pretty and popular
young ladies , enjoyed the graduating exer
cises of the class of'93 , Friday evening.
W. H. Wells , of Brooklyn , New York ,
arrived in the city , Sunday , and was the
guest of his father J. Albert Wells until
Monday afternoon , when he left for the east.
Col. Gage and Banker Black , of Franklin ,
were -with us , Wednesday afternoon and
night , on political business connected with
the coming congressional convention , June
Miss Nellie Fisher , of Wauneta , returned
home , Tuesday morning , after visiting Mc
Cook friends since the closing days of last
week , taking in the commencement exer
cises , etc.
Miss Ella Hart , of our teacher corps , went
down to Hastings , Monday afternoon , on a
visit to relatives and friends. Miss Ella ex
pects to attend school during the summer va
cation somewhere.
Edgar Howard , courtly , comely and clever
Edgar of the Papillion Times , smiled upon
us with complacency , this morning. He was
on his way to Benkelman , where he has con
siderable property.
Dr. S. L. Green took No. 1 , Tuesday noon ,
for Denver , to secure accommodations for St.
John Commandery No. 10 , K. T. of our city ,
during the conclave in August. Mrs. Green
accompanied him.
Sheriff and Mrs. Banks and D. W. C. Beck
were up from Indianola , yesterday , being
accompanied by Dr. J. M. Brown of Cam
bridge , Iowa , an oldtinic Iowa friend , who
was quite captivated by our enterprising city.
Dr. A. P. Welles left on Tuesday after
noon , for Beatrice , to attend a meeting of
the state homeopathic medical association in
the city on the Blue , this week. The doc
tor will also read a paper before the associa
R. U. Williams and family were down
from Wauneta to witness the graduation of
Miss Sylvia. They remained here two or
three days the guest of Judge Cochran and
family. Bob is excusably proud of his hand
some and accomplished daughter.
Prof. S. A. Darland of Kenesaw , Neb. ,
spent a few hours in the city , Tuesday , in
the interest of Prof. Andrews' congressional
aspirations , paying his respects at tins office
during his brief stay. He went west on the
evening freight to spend some time In the
western counties.
We have a speedy and positive cure for
catarrh , diphtheria , canker mouth and head
ache in Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. A nasal
injector free with each bottle. Use it if you
desire health and sweet breath. Price SQC.
Sold by A. McMillen.
a housH from S. H. Colvin on the
monthly installment plan and save money
Annual Meeting Nebiaska Funeral Direct
ory Association. Omaha , June 7th to 8th.
Fare one and a third rate for the round trip.
Tickets on sale June 4th to 8th.
Annual convention Nebraska state Sunday
School Association , Kearney , June 7th to 9th.
Fate one and a third rate for the round trip.
Tickets on sale June 4th to 9th.
W. E. Daucliy , formerly Road master here'
but latteily superintendent of Paducah , Ten
nessee & Alabama , we understand has secur
ed a better position , and is now located at
Topeka , Kansas.
The Builington and Missouri didn't pay
any bills yesterday. Alex. Campbell , the
ilivision superintendent , was present with
the Burlington's surplus to dobble in the
jooling pools of chance. Denver News.
National Democratic Convention , Chicago ,
[ 11. , June 21st. One rate for round trip.
Tickets on sale June IGth to 20th ; good to
return July Gth. No stop over allowed ,
; ickets will not be honored out of Chicago
for return prior to June 24th.
Dollars to crullers or cookies that tlieB. &
M. has decided to build from Kearney to
Uoldrege and Ravenna , and that the former
extension will be made before Christmas
stockings sprout again. Kearney Hub.
Supreme Lodge A. O. U. W. , Helena ,
Montana , June 15th. One fare for the round
: rip. Tickets on sale June 7th to 14th.
Transit limit of ten days in either direction.
Final limit for return of 30 days. Parties
have two routes to select going and coming-
Many curious spectators visited the wreck
of eng. 178 as it stood on the side track here.
The boiler was entirely stripped and loaded
on a flat car. The crown sheet was down
blocking door and the side sheets were
torn away from the bolt leaving them stick
ing out of the sides of the fire box. Allianca
OTTUMWA , IA. , June 2d. C. G. Wilson ,
superintendent of the Iowa lines of the Chicago
cage , Burlington & Quiney , was drowned
near Dudley , last night. He was supervis
ing the laying of track in a washout , stepped
on a loose tie and was thrown into the creek.
His remains were taken to Burlington for
The infant son of George and Anna Leming
of McCook died in Red Cloud , Friday , May
20 , and was buried Sunday afternoon. Ser
vices were held by Rev. D. J. Pulis , at the
residence of Wm. Parker , who is an uncle of
Mrs. Leming. Mr. Leming returned to Mc-
'ook ' Monday morning but Mrs. Lemiug will
remain some weeks in Red Cloud. Chief.
A Sioux City telegram of May 27 says : "J.
E. Devoes has just returned from a confer
ence in New York with the prime movers in
the Duluth , Sioux City and Pueblo , and says
tie received from them positive assurance that
the road will be built this season west through
Nebraska. " And this is the road that some
citizens of Kearney insist is "all wind , " and
will make no effort to secure it. The U. P.
will be crossed at Lexington or Gothenburg
according to present indications. An effort
on the part of Kearney would have secured
the junction here. Is it to late ? Hub.
Paducah , Tennessee & Alabama Railroad
Company , office of president. Paducah , Ky. ,
May 23 , 1892. Mr. W. J. Hills is hereby ap
pointed superintendent of this company , vice
Mr. W. E. Daucliy resigned.
Effective May 25th , 1892.
T. H. PUKYKAK , President.
W. J. Hills , portrait and personal sketch
of a rising young railroad man. Mr. W. J.
Hills entered the railroad service as night
operator at Lansing , Mich. , for the Michigan
Central railroad at the age of 15 years , he
was successively appointed to day operator ,
extra agent , and agent at Columbiaville ,
Mich' , an important station on that road ,
which position he held until 1SS2 , when he
resigned to seak his fortune in the west. He
was appointed agent of the Burlington and
Missouri Rtver railroad company in the then
new state of Nebraska in the spring of 1883.
His sterling business qualities were soon
recognized by that company , and he was
soon promoted to the position of train dis
patcher , which he held until the Paducah ,
Tennessee and Alabama secured his ser
vices upon the opening of their road. Mr.
Hills has held the position of chief train
dispatcher and assistant superintendent of
the company , and to his efforts is largely due
the success and popularity of the road. His
promotion to superintendent is a deserving
one. He is now but thirty-one years of age ,
and is probaly the youngest superintendent
of a railroad in this country. He has made
many friends since he has been in Paducah ,
both personally and for his road No young
man has a more promising future before
him. Paducah Standard.
Happy Hoosiers.
Wm. Timmons , Postmaster of Idaville , Ind. ,
writes : "Electric Bitters have done more for
me than all other medicines combined , from
thaf 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. Gard
ner , hardware merchant , same town , says :
Electric Bitters is just 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 fifty cents a bottle at A. McMil
len's drug store.
. _
J , Albert W
Come Early and Secure the Bargains
Which Will be Offered.
Millinery Department !