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ELEVENTH YEAR. McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY EVENING. OCT. 21 , 1892. NUMBER 22.
WHO NEEDS = s = i ?
Now is the time when you can BUY
CHEAPER THAN EVER BEFORE IN
McCOOK. We are here to live and let
live. It is to your interest to encourage
the man who SELLS FURNITURE AT
I will sell to responsible parties on in
stalments , if desired.
Yours for Fair Play.
A. H. BURDICK
J have a furniture house in Hastings
and can supply most anything on short
Now is the Time
To buy your winter goods and the
place to buy is where you can
Clothing , Dress Goods , '
Blankets , Cloaks , Shawls
And everything * warm for winter
wear IS NOW IN.
PRICES AND QUALITY WE GUARANTEE.
WE HAVE THE STOCK AND
WILL MAKE THE PRICE.
ine our stock before you buy.
We carry full stock of GROCERIES.
C. L. DeGROFF & CO.
SUCCESSORS TO J. C. ALLEN.
Au'ditor . P. Foreman was with us , Mon
Conductor Coy was down Loin tlie high
line , Monday.
Mrs. If. L. Cronkliito came up from Hast
ings , last illicit. *
Mrs. Donaldson of West McCook is down
witli an attack of typhoid fever.
Charles Arnold rejoices the advent of a
girl baby at his house , yesterday morning.
Assistant Supt. Harman was visible at
western division lieadquartets on Monday.
The new turn table , an improvement over
the broken one , has arrived and been placed
in position this week.
Mr. John Archibald is building a neat and
comfortable barn on his north Manchester
street property , this week.
The reported loss of a hand by Frank
Huddleston in an accident on the Elkhorn
valley load proves a canard.
Mrs. Fred Bosworth of Cheyenne , Wyom
ing , was , the guest of McCook relatives , close
of last and first of this week.
Mrs. Straight arrived from Plattsmouth ,
Wednesday noon , and is the guest of her
daughter Mrs. A. J. Jackson.
Conductor John Fay has rented the Dixon
dwelling , lately vacated by Matt Lawler ,
corner of Dakota and Manchester.
Mrs. J. Hulaniski returned from her
trip to Nevada , Iowa , on 5 Wednesday even
ing. Mr. H. went on G to meet her atHol-
A boy baby put in an appearance at the
home of William Hungers. Wednesday morn
J. M. Callender has resigned his position
as station agent at this place and a gentle
man by the name of J. D. Robertson has
taken his place. Haigler Tribune.
Mrs. J. R. Roxby returned from McCook
last week , having been called there to nurse
Mr. Roxby , who met with an accident by
which his eye-lid was badly cut. Arapahoe
The 13. & M. have put in a platform south
of town at the stock yards , and all passengers
and baggage off the Imperial line are now
transferred onto No. 4 there. Culbertson
Frank Clarey , yard master of the B. & M.
yards at this place , is taking a vacation , and
in company with his wife will spend several
weeks visiting relatives and friends in
Illinois. Akron Republican.
Mrs. JN. L. Cronkhite , who has just re
turned from an extended tour through
Europe , was the guest of her daughter Mrs.
J. H. Burns over Sunday , leaving for Hast
ings en 6 , Sunday afternoon.
A recent dispatch from Trinidad , Colorado ,
announces the severe scalding of Engineer
Howe in an accident. It is supposed that
the Howe referred to is Luman N. , formerly
traveling engineer on the western division.
Master Meciianic Archibald arrived home ,
Saturday morning , from a trip up to the
South Dakota Hot Springs. He brought
witli him a souvenir menu card of "The
Evans" hotel of the date of October 13th ,
which is quite a patriotic curiosity both in
mechanical construction and as to language.
Clyde Foster , one of the assistants at the
depot , met witli quite a painful accident
Monday evening. While helping to load a
barrel of dishes the barrel slipped and caught
two fingers of the left hand between the
barrel and the edge of the car. The nails
were cracked , the skin torn loose from the
nails and the fingers smashed up generally.
Terry McAIoon , who for several years
past has been switch engineer in the B. & M.
yards here , has been promoted by that com
pany to the position of extra engineer on the
western division. We congratulate Terry on
the advancement but are sorry to lose him as
a citizen ot Akron , as the change will neces
sitate his moving to Denver. Dan Bohn-
stedt of Denver , takes his place. Akron
The B. & M. railroad realizing the fact
that Culbertson is destined to be the leading
town in this part of the state , have just
about completed here one of the finest
depots on its line. The main building is
24x36 feet in size , the lower floor being con
veniently divided into an office , waiting room
and baggage room , and the second story is
very well arranged into six nice rooms for
the accommodation of the agent's family.
The freight room at the east end is 24x36
feet in size. In all , it is an elegant building
and a credit to the town of Culbertson.
The Evans house , Hot Springs , S.
D. , is now open for the reception of
guests. This magniGcent hotel erected
at a cost of $150,000 is built of pink
sand stone , is five stories high , has
steam heat , electric lights and all mod
ern conveniences and is so arranged
that there are no inside rooms. Its
completion places Hot Springs on a par
with any similar resort in the country.
The Burlington route places at the dis
posal of the public a sanitarium and
health resort second to no other. Low
.round trip rates to Hot Springs and
PEOPLE YOU KNOW.
H. G. Dixon has returned Pennsylvania-
Mrs. Dr. A. J. Willey is in the city , guest
of C. M. Noble.
Sheriff and Mrs. Banks were up from
Dr. and Mrs. W. A. Demay drove over
from Danbr.ry , Tuesday.
C. A. Leach was a passenger on 6 , Saturday
afternoon , forPlattsmoutb.
Mrs. D. L. McBride accompanied her
father home to Illinois on a visit
Frank Burgess went down to Oxford on
business , Saturday evening on C.
Fred Car ruth came up from Plattsmouth ,
on a brief visit , first of the week.
E. H. Maisliall of Bloomington was a city
visitor , Tuesday and Wednesday.
T. F. West and family are visiting relatives
and friends back in Albany , N. Y.
I. A. Sheridan is around today explaining
that scraper deal , it may be supposed.
Jack Bullard Sundayed with the family ,
returning to Palisade on Monday morning's
A. E. Harvey , the Lincoln lawyer , was up
on business , Wednesday and Thursday.
Miss Theo Laws has recovered from an
illness that it was feared would prove
serious. Lincoln Herald.
Dr. A. P. Welles was a passenger on 6 ,
Monday , for Omaha , to attend the meeting
of the grand lodge , I. O. O. F.
E. C. Ballew was in Lincoln , Wednesday ,
to secure a prominent seat in the legislative
halls , before the rush as it were.
J. W. Palmer will leave in a few days to
join his family back in Stark county , Illinois ,
having disposed of his interests in Red Wil
low county ,
John F. Majors has been changed from
Duluth , Minn. , to Nebraska , with head
quarters at Alliance , in the government's
land office service.
Judge LeHew left on 6 , Monday , for
Chicago , to participate in the dedicatory
services at the World's Fair as a member of
of Governor Boyd's staff.
Chairman Eskey of the central committee
was around on matters political , Monday
morning. Milt is doing some lively rustling
for republican success this fall , witii bright
prospects for winning.
Mrs. Keeler , who has been the guest of her
sister , Mrs. W. 0. Stevenson , for a week erse
so , left on 6 , Saturday , via Kansas City , for
New Mexico , where her husband is an ex
Dr. Peterson of Stratton , whose daughter
VVinona is a member of the McCook high
school , was down , Tuesday , to see how
things are progressing in the valley's chief
and most charming city.
Mrs. G. L. Laws is up from Lincoln , this
week , greeting her many McCook friends.
She arrived on Tuesday's flyer and will
leave for home tomorrow. Mrs. G. A.
Noren is entertaining her.
Senator A. S. Paddock of Beatrice arrived
in the city Monday night , remaining here
over Monday morning , greeting his many
friends and well-wishers. He was on his
way to Benkelman to deliver a speech.
L. D. Woodnnf , publisher of the Lincoln
Herald in connection with J. D. Calhoun ,
spent a few hours in the city , yesterday
afternoon , talking up the merits of the
tanners' account book , originated and
issued by them.
Judge M. J.Abbott of the Hayes Centre
Republican spent Monday evening in the
city. He is making an active campaign for
the legislature , and has high hopes of laying
the ancient Mr. Ruggles out as cold as a
wedge , in November.
Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Trowbridge take
this means of thanking their friends and
neighbors for the many kind acts and words
rendered during the illness and after the
death of their beloved daughter , They will
ever feel grateful for the same.
C. W. Wood left on Monday for Conrad
Grove , Iowa. His son owns a farm in ex
treme southwestern Frontier county , and
the father is so pleased with Nebraska that
he will likely return and make this his
future home. THE TBIBUNE will keep him
posted on West Nebraska news.
Mrs. G. A. Noren received from 2 to 5 ,
yesterday afternoon , in honor of her guest
Mrs. G. L. Laws. The invited guests were :
Mrs. C. F. Babock , F. S. Wilcox , C. M. Noble ,
W. F. Lawson , T.B. Campbell , J. Hulaniski ,
C. T. Brewer , J. E. Kelley , A. Campbell ,
George Hocknell , B. F.Troxel , Frank Harris ,
Louis Lowman , J. F. Kenyon , V. Franklin ,
W. C. Stevenson , Samuel Strasser , Z. L.Kay ,
E. C. Ballew , J. F. Ganschow , D. E. Bom-
gardner , L. L. Johnson , fl. W. Cole , Vina
WoodsW. C. LaTourette , Geo. E. Johnston ,
J. B. Meserve , F. M. Kimmell , T. G. Rees ,
C. A. Dixon , Frank Carruth , C. H. Meeker ,
W. W. Archibald , R. B. Archibald , L'Roy
Allen , C. L. DeGroff , P. F. McKenna , F. H.
Spearman , J. Albert Wells , Sylvester Cor-
deal , A. H. Chapin , S. L. Green , Albert Mc-
Millen , A. J. Jackson , James Ritchie , John
Hatfield , L. W. McConnell , H. H. Troth ,
S. P. Hart , L. B. Stiles , J. F. Forbes , B. B.
Davis , J. E. Cochran , Cook , Patton , Miss
E. R. iiyon. Refreshments.
The county seat case came up in district
court , yesterday , and the Indiauola friends
not being ready for trial , Judge Welly gave
them until Saturday morning to prepare for
TUPT7T7 - PI V
China Mattings ,
Ko-Ko Mattings ,
Oil Cloths in
Smyrna Rugs ,
Art Squares ,
Carpet Paper ,
J. ALBERT WELLS , - McBook , M.
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