The McCook tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 1886-1936, October 07, 1892, Image 1

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Now is the time when you can BUY
McCOOK. We are here to live and let
live. It is to your interest to encourage
the man who for the first time SELLS
I will sell to responsible parties on instal
ments , if desired.
Yours for Fair Play.
I have a furniture house in Hastings
and can supply most anything on short
Watch n Comer
For the Next 3O Days we Will have
NEW GOODS arriving daily.
The Largest Stock and Lowest Prices
Will be found. Our Stock of
for Ladies , Misses and Children
at from $1.OO up to $3O.OO.
Our Grocery Department is COMPLETE and
Give us a cliance to sell you goods
and you will Tbe satisfied.
E. M. Reid was the guest of his son Frank
close of past week.
SRondmaster Josselyn is in thu city today
on railroad business.
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Keim were passen
gers on G , this afternoon.
Mrs. Ben Marvin of llolyoke , is here on a
visit to relaltives and friends.
Supt. Campbell went west on the flyer ,
this noon , on railroad business.
Mrs. II. F. Harman and baby are homu
from McCook. Oxford Standard.
Tl e pay car is billed for McCook at 4:30 : ,
Thursday afternoon , October 13th.
Mrs. A. J. Chambeis ariived home , Mon
day night from a fe.v days visit in Lincoln.
Mrs. Jas. McAlpine arrived home , this
noon , from a prolomred visit to relatives in
Conductor F. S. Granger has purchased
theDixon property corner Manchester and
John Stevens , machinist , has purchased
the Adam Walrath farm about four miles
northwest of the city.
George Pronger , engineer , has commenced
building a dwelling house in the northeast
ern paitof the city.
Mrs. S. W. Lee and children returned Sun
day from a brief visit with relatives at Mc
Cook. Oxford Standard.
It is rumored that the Duluth. Sioux City
and Pueblo people have let contract for
grading as far west as Lexington.
Mrs. Crandall , mother of Harry and
Frank , arrived in the city last Thursday
evening , and is keeping house for the boys.
The busy locomotive earns all that it can
get in the way of careful keeping. The
average daily earningof a locomotive is about
Bert Caldwell has gone to McCook to
accept a position as train dispatcher , a place
Bert can fill to perfection. Hastings Demo
Ed. Wiener , the genial stenographer in
Supt. Phelan's office , has been promoted to
the position of receiver for the Wyoming
division. Alliance Times.
Miss Lulu Stingle was called here from
McCook this week by the serious illness of
her niece , Ora Burton , who has been added
to the list of typhoid feversuiferers. Oxfoid
B. E. Ridgway , who lias been working on
the section of the B. & . M. near McCook has
been promoted to the position of boss of : i
section near Haigler. He is an industrious
and reliable young man and deserves the
promotion. Benkelman Bee.
Plumbers from Lincoln are here this week
engaged in making extensive improvements
in the heating system of the B. & . M. hotel.
The old furnace being too small will be re
placed by improved steam heating appar
atus fully adequate to the demands of the
establishment. Oxford Standard.
Marshall Roby , whom we remember as one
of Ked Cloud's youngsters years ago , and
who has been west , returned this week to
visit his parents. Marshall has out-grown
himself and his friends. He now weighs 235
and is "clear out of sight" He is depot
agent for the B. & . M. at Atlanta , Neb. , at
present Ked Cloud Chief.
A cat recently rode on the truck of a car
from Kicmond to Indianapolis , a distance of
seveuty-five miles. At every station Sir
Thomas would alight and take a look at the
place , bat when the whistle would blow he
would scamper back to the road and mount
the truck again. The railroad company has
adopted Sir Thomas as a mascot.
The Red Cloud Railway Employes Club of
Nebraska , No. 272 , which was organized
several weeks ago , held a meeting last Wed
nesday evening. The officers of the club are
F.D. Martin , president ; Geo. Hollister , vice-
president , John Mahoney , recording secre
tary ; Chas. Milligan , treasurer , and S. W.
Foe , sergeant at arms. The above organiz
ation is for the purpose of furthering the best
interests of the employes and the railroads.
The time of meeting will be the first and
third Wednesdays in eacli month. Argus.
A number of friends dropped in upon Mr.
and Mrs. Hulaniski , Monday night , and
made merry with them over the tenth anni ;
versary occasion of their marriage , and a
very happy evening was enjoyed by all :
Elighfive was the ever popular social basis.
Refreshments of a dainty and most appetiz
ing character were served at an appropriate
interval. The guests were : Mr. and Mrs. J.
F. Kenyon , 0. M. Knipple , Frank Keudlen ,
Z. L. Kay and Herman Pade , who left a set
of silver spoons with the count and lady as a
souvenir of the nappy occasion.
District Court Filings.
Warren O. McClure vs. H. M. Ashmore ,
et al , equity , Sept. 22.
Ruth H. Lathrop vs. Wm. Anderson , et al ,
equity , Sept. 22.
Charles U. Crabtree vs. George Crabtree ,
equity , Sept. 27.
Aultman , Miller & Co. vs. T. N. Youngf
attachment , Sept. 29.
THE TIUBUXE will add features this fall
which will make it wortli subscribing for.
Try it one year , and if it dosn't suit you-
you needn't pay for it.-
A. W. Coiey wont clown to Ua. tinj.s , Sun-
diiy on 4 , on a horse deal.
Mrs. 13. 13. Davis is home fiom her visit to
Minneapolis , Minn.
Prof. Valentine's mother is expected teat
at rivu in our city , Monday.
George Fentress' family came up from
Red Cloud on Tuesday evening.
John Weintz came in from Denver on 0 ,
toJay , on u visit to his parents.
Dr. 13. 13. Davis was called to Cambridge ,
professionally , Sunday evening.
Dr. Ilice has moved up on Melvin street ,
two doors south of the school nouse.
L. 13landiiiK will leave for his homestead
in the Indian Tenitory , overland , first of
J. S. Eilcendall of North Valley precinct
was the guest of his biother-in-law , II. 1J.
Berry. Tuesday.
Mrs. Geo. E. Johnston will leave for
Juniata , tomorrow on a visit to relatives , of
two or three weeks.
Miss Nora titioud went down to Hastings ,
Saturday morning , to interview an oculist
concerning her eyes.
Mr. and Mrs. C. 11. Jacobs are the parents
of fine twin boys , that put in an appearance ,
Wednesday morning.
Miss Mae McArthur arrived home , this
noon , from Lincoln where she has been vis
iting for four or five weeks.
Kev. W. C. Stevenson went down to
Beatrice , this morning , to participate in the
state convention Y. P. S. C. E.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. IIupp , of Lebanon ,
were with us a biief while , yesterday , leav
ing on 5 for Trenton , last evening.
Banker 0. Frost was up from Bartley ,
Saturday , viewing Ked Willows next county
seat and present metropolis and pride.
Postmaster Troth arrived home , this noon ,
fiom Minden , where he went to hear the An-
drews-McKeighan debate , last evening.
James Fraser , who is now employed in a
merchantile establishment at Blue Hill ,
greeted his McCook friends over Sunday.
Mrs. Hamm and Miss Flora arrived in the
city , yesterday on 4 , from Yuma , Colo. .
where they have been living for past few
Mr. Charles Benjamin of Dan forth ,
Iroquois comity , Illinois , is visiting his
brother E. N. Benjamin of Valley Grange
Mrs. AlivildaBolt , of Ked Oak , Iowa , gave
the familv of her brother J. A. Elwnnd a
pleasant surprise by coming in to spend a
few weeks with them.
Kev. A. W. Cotfman returned home , Mon
day night , from the West Nebraska confer
ence at Kearney. He will have this charge
for the ensuing year.
J. E. Cochran arrived home from Balti
more , Wednesday night on S. The Judge
says that the more he sees of the east , the
more he thinks of the west.
Hon. John C. Gammill , republican nominee
for state senator of this district is in. the city ,
today. Mr. Gammill is making an aggres
sive fight and winning friends.
Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Young left on Sunday
for St. Louis , where it is claimed he will
enter the employ of the Heckel hardware
company as commercial tourist.
Inspector Harlan of the U. S. land office
was here in a business capacity , Saturday ,
finding everything in shipshape in the Mc
Cook office , it goes without saying.
Kev. Castle , formerly ot the McCook M. E.
church charge , now of the northern Ohio
confidence , was atBartley , first ot the week ,
being out west renewing old friendships.
Register J. P. Lindsay , J. E. Kelley , A.
D. Gibbs , M. H. Bacon and Charles Weintz
were among our people that attended the
republican rally at Cambridge , last evening.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hatfield arrived home
Sunday noon from a protracted visit in and
near Decatur , Illinois , where they formerly
resided and where their married daughter
now lives. M
Mrs. J. 11. Ludyyrek'ieturned home Ion-
day night , from.Li'ficbln. where she has been
consulting Dr. Dayton , the specialist , ' . Who
gives her much encouragement that'the baby
willjiave a pai Hal use of Ins pyitf at least :
I .each , the architect , spent part of
aud4Sunday in the city on his way
fret § Boise Cjt'y. Idaho , where he has been
lowjfed for the past year or two , to Wyinoie ,
Nebraska. 'He expects to open an office in
McCook in the sprint : .
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Frank Stillman from near Decatur ,
Hfinois , last'week purchased the I. J. Star-
bjfick farm of 1,200 acres , just east of the city.
He is of the lustling tribe of Eli , and will be
a valuable addition to the successful farmers
of Red Willow county. His purchase is one
of the choicest ranches in the Republican
The Delinquent tax list has delayed us a
few hours , this week , ? ' '
Services at the Methodist church on next
Sunday morning and evening at usual hours
by the Rev. A. W. t'offman , whose many
Mends will be pleased to learn of his return
to this charge for the ensuing conference
The farmer wfeo. does not put in winter
3yneat this fall , say&theTecumsea Journal ,
is. not profiting by tlierafoccessfal experiences
ofvhis brethren and otlieYEarta of the state.
It is being demonstrated/that / winter wheat is
one of the very best paying crops that a
farmer can raise in Nebraska.
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China Mattin
Ko-Ko Mattings ,
Oil Cloths in
All Widths.
Smyrna Rugs ,
Moquette Rugs ,
Art Squares ,
Carpet Paper ,
Stair Pads
J , ALBERT . WELLS , McCook , Net ,
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