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ELEVENTH YEAR. McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY EVENING. AUGUST 19 , 1892 NUMBER 18.
Is shown in the handsome
face of our colored friend.
He wants you to understand
"HAINT SEE'D '
But if you will come to the
BOSTON : SHOE : STOKE ,
next week , you will see a new
line of Ladies' , Misses' and
Children's Shoes which will
OPEN YOUR BYES !
WE AHE RUSTLESS
For trade at the head of
the procession with the right
swing , and we propose to
0ATOH THIT MAYE ISK
The frisky dollar. In all
lines of Boots and Shoes there
is no dealer in Southwestern
ROUND UP BARGAINS
To equal yours respectfully.
"We are here for business from
the ground up , and propose to
Come and see us.
I WILL ,
Is the key-note to success.
The firmness of our resolution
LEAD THE TRADE
In Boots and Shoes is sym
bolized in the noble figure
here given. THE BOSTON SHOE
STORE has already set the
Of making people talk about
their goods and prices. A visit
to their store will convince
you of this.
A Big Drive
Is now being made by us on
many lines , but especially on
a fine line of
Ladies will find the selection
very desirable , while the shoes
themselves are admitted to be
( oOMFO TABLE ,
Call at once and get the pick
before sizes are broken. These
goods will go like ice cream.
PKOPLE YOU KNOW.
Banker Frost of Bartley is with us today.
His Honor , Daniel T. Welty , was a city
guest , Monday.
L. Moiseof Benlcelman spent a few hours
with us , Tuesday evening.
James A. Cline , the Minden politician , wan
a city visitor on Tuesday.
County Judge C. W. Beck and A. M. Bar
ton of Indianola aie with us today.
Miss Mollie Whitmer , of Frontier county ,
is the guest of Mrs. Smith Goulon.
Barney llofer of the Hayes Centre Times
was in the city , last night , on business.
Mrs. J. G. St .kes is down from Hayes
Centre , guest of Postmaster Tioth's family.
B. F. Troxel went down to Beatrice , last
evening , to be cone two or three days on
Dr. A. P. Welles returned home , Tuesday ,
from Texas , after an absence of a number of
weeks on business.
C. W. Knights leaves , this evening , for
Chicago , to make extensive purchases of fall
and winter goods.
J. H. Ager , an attache of the Lincoln
Journal , was up the valley , Monday , on mat
ters of political impoit.
Buffalo Jones was in fiom Omaha , Satur
day , transacting some matters of business
and greeting old friends.
C. B. Garvin left , Sunday on 1 , for the
mountains to be absent about two weeks
seeking rest and recreation.
Miss Augusta Hunt will teach in the Jake
Rev. \ \ \
of the Bn
ley , Mon
of the 0
G. S. Bishop and C. S. Quick , two leading
and influential citizens of Indianola , were
up , Saturday , on business connected with the
"late unpleasantness. "
Mr. and Mrs. John Hatfield left , Wednes
day morning , for Decatur , Illinois , near
which place they will visit a married daugh
ter for the next mouth or two.
Mrs. Louis Lowman and Miss Sara Low-
man left on Sunday for the eastern markets
to be absent a number of weeks making ex
tensive purchases of fall and winter goods.
Banker V. Franklin and Attorney A. F.
Moore of McCook , had business in this lively
little town , Friday lastand made these news
paper headquarters a friendly call. Hayes
Walt M. Seely , of Bennet , the past emi
nent patriot and politician , secretary of the
Republican state central committee , was in
consultation with local lights in the political
arena , Tuesday.
Cash D. Fuller , clerk of Chase county , was
a delegate to the senatorial convention ,
Wednesday , coining down Tuesday after
noon and returning home yesterday morn
ing. Mrs. Fuller accompanied him.
Misses Laura and Ada Hobson , two charm
ing young ladies of the well known watch
factory town on the farther banks of the
more or less classic Coon creek , were in the
metropolis , Tuesday on a shopping excur
Prof. Peterson , instructor in literature in
the state university , has been visiting a few
days in the city , guest of Dr. B.B. Davis. The
professor was on his return to Lincoln from
engaging in some institute work up in Hitch
Dr. Faulkner of Lincoln is in the city in
the interests of the Modern Woodmen order.
At the meeting held last evening fifteen new
members were taken into the order and more
are to follow. The membership has now
readied over thirty.
F. K Merwin , of the Beaver City Tribune ,
Dr. S. R. Razee , of the Curtis Courier , and
D. F. Smith , of the Wilsonville Review ,
delegates to the 29th senatorial district con
vention , paid their respects to these news-
paporial headquarters , Wednesday.
Dr. B. B. Davis was called to Cambridge ,
Tuesday , to see a man who had been seri
ously injured by the explosion of a cartridge
he was endeavoring to force into a gun. Both
eyes were injured by the powder and the
shell was only dellected from his heart by a
Madge , the tiiree year old daughter of W.
C. Bullard , Binney street , obtained half a
cup of gasoline Monday and drank it.
Happily a doctor was in close call and she
was relieved * from choking caused by the
fumes of the fluid , before becoming insensi
ble. Omaha cor. Lincoln Journal.
Rev. Stems , Baptist missionary for west
ern Nebraska , occupied Rev. McBride's pul
pit , Sunday at both morning jind evening
services. The reverend gentleman is an ear
nest , eloquent speaker and his sermons were
greatly enjoyed and appreciated. He has
charge of fifty-three counties in his work as
WE "PASS" NOBODY.
JSlTBuy a house fiom S. II. Colvln on the
monthly installment plan and save money.
Mrs. J. D. McAlpine came down from
Denver , yesterday , on G.
Mrs. P. E. McKenna went down to Hast
ings on No. G , Wednesday , on a visit.
Engineer and Mrs. Harry Tyler are up
from Orleans , quests of McCnok relatives.
A fine ten pound boy put in an appearance
at Conductor Ed Kane's home on Sunday.
Engineer J. E. Sanborn has arrived home
from his extended visit back in New Eng
C. 11. llarman was down from Ilolyoke ,
Wednesday , on business at division liead-
The Imperial accommodation departs at
4:45 A. M. mountain time , instead of G:30 : as
Jake Burnett , the joval and popular board
ing train potentate , was at western division
headquarters , Saturday.
James McAlpine had the pleasure of greet
ing an uncle fiom Canada , this week , who
was out on a conclave excursion.
Miss Zora Huston arrived from Iowa on
No. 1 , Saturday , and will be the guest of her
sister Mrs. J. J. Currau during the winter.
Mrs. G. A. Noren and daughter Selma left
for Salt Lake City , Thursday night , on a two
weeks pleasure trip. Will stop at Colorado
Springs and Mauitou enroute.
Mrs. Fred Hilier , wife of Conductor Hilier
of Supt. Fhelan's division , was the guest of
the Bonnets , close of last week , while on her
inver , to attend the conclave.
lington depot at Culbertson was
lestroyed by lire , Saturday night.
the contents were removed and
'he ' origin of the fire is not known.
Mrs. Frank Kendlen in company
Stevens and Mrs. Hulaniski de-
No 3 , Tuesday evening , for Den-
.ake . and Ogden for a two weeks
ite of one fare for the round trip
Jmade by the B. & M. to Dead wood
Springs , S. D. Tickets on sale un
fit Slst. Limit for return 30 days
ar and Mrs. F. W. Campbell have
J athy of many friends in the loss of
Ipted infant daughter , Wednesday
The remains of the little } one weie
laid away in Longview , Thursday morning.
Supplemental time tables for the McCook-
Imperial branch were printed in THE TRIB
UNE job rooms , Tuesday. The card went
into effect on Wednesday , August 17th , when
the road was practically open for traffic to
Mr. and Mr. F. W. Campbell feel very
grateful to their neighbors and friends for
kindly assistance rendered during the illness
and after the death of their infant daughter ,
and use this method of expressing their
heartfelt thanks therefor.
There was a rumor afloat Monday among
Burlington shop men to the effect that the
Creston shops are to be removed to Platts-
mouth. The report probably originated in a
story printed in the Plattsmouth papers to
the effect that division headquarters are to
be removed from Pacific Junction to Platts
mouth. Lincoln Journal.
Conductor Jack Curran narrowly escaped
serious injury at Hubbell , Tuesday , while on
his way back fiom taking a train through to
Wymore. The crew were coming back with
Engineer Tom Haley , empty. In alighting
from the engine while in motion to receive
orders at Hubbell , Jack made a misstep and
was thrown violently to the platform , cut
ting his head and face some and badly
wrenching his knee joint.
Patents Received August 12 , 1892.
Charles W. Anthony , James W. Beeney ,
Hester Endsley , Arthur C. Holston , August
Hanoi , John Holton , Peter Huber , The heirs
of William L. Leman , deceased , William Mc-
Manifral , James McCormick , Hair Myers ,
Charles C. Squires. Charles W. Stark , John
Wintjen , John Wasid.
People's Independent County Con
The electors of the People's Indedendent
party , Ked Willow county. Neb. , are requested
to send delegates from their several precincts
to meet in convention at tbe court bouse in
Indianolu at ten o'clock , A. M. , on Saturday ,
September 10th , 1692 , for the purpose of placing
ingin nomination one candidate for county
representative , county attorney and county
commissioner from tbe third commissioner
district and to transact such otber business as
may properly come before the convention.
The basis of representation will be one de e-
gate at large from each precinct and one
for each ten votes cast for the Independent
candidates in 1891. Each precinct will be en
titled to representation as follows :
Willow Grove 9 Valley Graope 3
Tyrone 3 Red Willow 3
Perry 4 North Valley 4
Mo. llidge 5 Lebanon 3
Indianola 5 Grant 2
Gerver 2 Fritsch 5
East Valley 4 Driftwood 3
Danbury 3 Coleman 2
Box Elder 3 Bondville 3
Beaver 5 Alliance 5
It is recommended that no proxies be al
lowed. Delegates present to cast full vote of
their precincts. It is recommended that pre
cincts hold their primaries at their regular
polling places on Thursday , September 8,1692 ,
and at said primaries the electors choose one
commltteeman for the ensuing year.
By order of central committee.
ISAAC M. SMITH. H. H. PICKENS ,
MCCOOK , NEB.
The Entire Stock Must be Closed
Out to Make Room for
Large Fall Stock.
J. ALBERT WELLS ,
McCOOK , NEB.
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