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About The McCook tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 1886-1936 | View Entire Issue (July 29, 1892)
L. LOWMAN & SON.
Will allow you $1
on a purchase of $5
in order to make
room for the Fall
Cie Earl ! i
LOWMAN & SON ,
Leaders in Low Prices ,
m ALL !
555AND HIS :
BRANDS OF FLOUR
Store open till the usual Lours.
Oh what a rain ; big crop insured.
John Furr was over from Bondville ,
M. N. Eskey was up from Bartley ,
one day this week.
Clerk Roper's children arc still sick ,
but arc improving.
J. M. Short's and C. W. Beck's
babies have both been very sick for
Get a premium list at once and ex
amine Button's special premium of a
Miss Kittic Shackelton has been en
gaged Jo teach in the room presided
ovei the last year by Miss May Mitchell.
The M. E. church and the Y.M. C. A.
buildings were some damaged by light
ning during the thunder storm , Wed
Dr. Beck , though badly bruised by
the train , has no hones broken and his
physicians think prospects fair for his
We are informed that Rev. Gerharfc
has been engaged by the Congregation
al society to serve as their pastor for
the coming year.
Attorney A. S. Sands , of Stockville ,
defended the suit in county court , Mon
day. Watch Factory vs. George K.
Gragg , verdict for defendant.
A. T. Campbell , of Hildreth , was in
our city , this week. Mr. C. has several
elevators along the line , and is still
looking for places to enlarge his busi
License was issued on the 22d for
marriage of Mr. A. J. Kestler of Fron
tier county and Miss Minnie C. Mavis
of Illinois. They were married on same
date by Rev. P. S. Mather.
Elder C. A. Mastm was at the depot
at the time of the accident , Wednesday
morning , and being formerly a physi
cian , assisted Dr. Eskey in setiing the
bone of Engineer Reid's leg. [
We have received a copy of the
Frontier County Republican , Stockville's
new paper , and we are pleased with the
paper and hope our friends on the north
will sustain it as it should be.
Alex. Strain and his sister Mrs. E.
M. Woods , of the Beaver Valley coun
try , came over , Wednesday , to take the
train in response to a telegram stating
that their mother was very sick in Iowa.
G. N. Card has traded his farm and
dwelling here for an improved farm in
York county. Mr. C. and family will
probably move to York and Mr. E. L.
Waters , who now owns the Red Wil
low dirt , is expected to become one of
One of our citizens tried to end his
life on Sunday. A dull knife is all
that saved him. He had spent the day
at the hole in the bluffs south of town ,
and came home in a condition to do
anything. His crazed brain dictated
what a blessing a brewery is.
W. V. Vickrey and family , of Bart-
ley , accompanied by his mother , who is
visiting him from Illinois , took a drive ,
Sunday , and called on the county judge's
family. Mrs. V. will remain some
weeks in Bartley before goinej far the
west to Scotts Bluff county to visit an
Wednesday was a day of accidents
The narrow escape from a bad collision
in morning , when Engineer Frank Reic
was seriously hurt and two engines dam
aged , in the afternoon Dr. G. R. Beck
came near losing his life by being run
over by No. 4 , and two buildings being
struck by lightning during the storm is
enough for one day.
Before another letter is written by
this correspondent the county seat mat
ter will be decided and as we stated
two weeks ago we hope everything will
be conducted fairly , and also hope the
defeated parties will quietly submit to
the majority , and all go to work to build
up the banner county of Nebraska. Let
us act like honest men.
Amidst excitement of county seat
canvass don't forget time for holding
our fair will soon be here. Those want
ing premium lists can find them at many
business places in McCook , Courier and
secretary's offices in Indianola , and at
postoffices of Bartley , Danbury and
Lebanon , or drop a card to secretary
and he will mail you one free.
Children Cry for Pitcners Castoria.
When Baby was sick , we gave her Castoria.
When she was a Child , she cried for Castoria ,
When she became Hiss , she clung to Castoria ,
When she had Children , she gave them Castoria.
" * * S- * \ * iS
Oh the weather is so warm and I am
Ira Boyd has gone to work on the
mail route again.
Mr. Ed. Kane is quite sick , under the
care of Dr. Critser.
Those that attended the dance at Mr.
Fitch's report a splendid time.
H. D. Kenney has been working for
Mr. Alurecht the past week.
Mr. A. Rogers passed through our
city going south , Wednesday.
Mr. llatliff passed through our city
going lo Fairview , Friday last.
Miss Goldie Russell , accompanied by
Miss Jones , of Traer , visited at Dr.
Critscr's , Friday.
Will Critser , Miss Russell , Charlie
Boatman and Miss Jones called nt Kd
Benjamin's , one evening last week.
Eil. Benjamin and II. D. Kenney
will cut their wheat , this week with the
help of Will Critser and his McOormick.
Don't forget the Sunday school , 10
o'clock every Sunday , and preaching
every other week by Rev. Unclcsslmr.
The Indianola editors need not send
the Valley Grange peop'le any of their
one horse papers slandering McCook
and her business men , for we know Mo-
Cook's men to be men of their word
and VOTE for the court house WE WILL.
One of Valley Grange's independents
says he is going to vote the straight
Independent ticket , for just think hogs
are worth $5.40 and I haint got none
ter sell. Do you think I would vote
for Harrison ? Another one of them
wanted to know if the primary was to
have men to go to Indianola to have
the irrigation come up on the hill ,
that you sec is the education of that
party. SLEEPY JIM.
Dr. A. J. Thomas , Dentist , office in
Union block , over Knipple.
Notice is hereby given that the firm of Rails
back & Jacques is this day dissolved by mutua
consent. Thos. A. Railsback continuing : th
business and C. W. Jacques retiring1. All bill
due the old firm are payable to Thos. A. Kails
back who also assumes all debts of said firm
McCook , Nebraska , July 2Gth , 1892.
Signed , Tnos. A. RAILSPACK ,
C. w. JACQUES.
L W , McGON-
NELL & GO.
Free ! Free !
In order to increase our casli trade we
will give away the following- of presents
to bur cash customers ,
JL X xJL-/JL
1 Gold Watch , worth - - $100.00
1 Gold Watch , worth - - 75.00
1 Gold Watch , worth - - 50.0O | )
1 Lady's Gold Watch , worth - 75.0O \
2 Silver Watches at § 25 each - 5O.OO f
6 Magnificent Oil Paintings at $25,15O.OO
6 Magiiiftceiit Oil Painting's at $2 5 , 90.00
100 Books , standard works of English
and American fiction , bound in
cloth and gold , at $2 - 200.00
118 PRESENTS WOIITH - - $790.00
We carry the largest stock of
Hardware , Stove Tinware , Harness , .
Saddles , House Furnishing 6oods:7J :
in Red willow county.
And we meet all competition and g'o them
one better. Call and examine these pres
ents and price our g-oods before buying- .
youocc. . it iit
GENUING BARGAINS ! r
Has the actual difference in the
way CLOTHING is put up ever oc
curred to you ? If it has not , a visit to
the various places where clothing is-
sold will convince you that there is a
vast difference between "
hand-me-downs" and clothing ( not
things ) made of good material and
nicely put together. Here is where-
we have always made a strong point
and the fact that we are selling Men's and Boys' Suits
and Pants , trimmed , lined and sewed equal to any tailor
made suits , at prices as low , and often lower , than the "slop
shop" stuff explains in itself why we are doing so large a
clothing business. We have put forth ari extra effort this-
spring , and you will find our tables loaded down with the-
prettiest line of MEN'S , BOYS' AND CHILDKEN'S SUITS
to be found on this market , and if you are looking for goodr
honest goods at the lowest prices , we ask you to carefully IV
inspect this department. And in Hats , Shirts , Suspenders , .
Overalls , Jeans , Pants , SOCKS , Ties , Night Shirts , etc. , we
have just what you want and at a price that will meet your
C. W. KNIGHTS , PROPRIETOR.
R. D. BURQRSS ,
NOKTE MAIN AVE. . McCOOK , NEB.
Stock of Iron , Lead and Sewer Pipe , Brass Goods , .
Pumps , and Boiler Trimmings. Agent for Halliday ,
Eclipse and Waupun Wind Mills.
40 TO 2000 ACRE TRACTS ,
TO S15 PER ACRE.
p for Price List and Descriptive
Circular of Southwestern .Nebraska to
AND STOCK RANCHES.S. . H. COLVIN , McCook/erf HT///OW Co. . Neb.
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