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ELEVENTH YEAR. McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA. FRIDAY EVENING. OCT. 28 , 1892. NUMBER 23.
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.
1 have a furniture house in Hastings
and can supply most anything on short
low is the Time
To buy your winter goods and the
place to buy is where you can
bo i mil
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.
'Examine our stock before you buy.
We'carry full stock of GROCERIES.
C. L. DeGROFF & CO. .
SUCCESSORS TO J. C , ALLEN.
W. II. Davis arrived home , Monday , from
his trip to Chicago.
Supt. and Mrs. A. Campbell arc the par
ents of another lusty son , this week.
Mrs. L. W. Stayner ai rived home , close
of last week , from quite an extended visit.
Slabby of Ited Cloml is visiting in the
city , guest of her bister Mis. V. H. Solliday.
Mis. F. M. Simmons and her mother have
returned fro in McCook to Edgemenr. Al
L. B. Stiles went in to Omaha , Tuesday
evening , on some company business at
Mrs. J. C. Bitdsall wife of the genial train
master of this division , is quite ill. Alliance
Grip of the 21st.
Headmaster Web Josselyn was at head
quarters , Wednesday afternoon , a few hours
on company affairs.
Dennis Cullen is the proud papa of a
bouncing boy , that made a demand upon his
hospitality , Sumlty. ;
J. E. Sanborn is happy over the arrival of
his wife and daughter Irom their extended
visit in New England , this week.
T. Carty came up from the sunflower line ,
yesterday , with two badly smashed lingers
received the day befoie in making a coup
Superintendent Campbell left on Sunday
for Chicago on business of the road , and is
not expected home until tomorrow or the
Will Eaton , machinist's helper , will be
laid up two or three weeks by a painfully
injured foot caused by some heavy object
falling upon it.
Mr. and Mrs. John F.Majois aie enjoying
a short visit with McCook friends. Mr.
Majors is now located at Alliance , Neb. , in
the government land service.
B. V. Ilaley has traded his Holdrege prop
erty to W. S. Coy for the latter's property in
Soutli McCook , and Mr. Coy's family will
make their home in Holdiege.
Engine 802 a bran new class K. null came
up from Ravenna Sunday. Durtett brought
her up. These new mills are high piesstire
engines and cany 180 pounds of steam.
Great Western Watch Co. vs 0. B. Hoag ,
anneal. Oct 18.1892.
James N. Brown vs Sarah It. Suavely ,
equity , Oct. 19,1S92.
Chas. F. Hall vs James F. Ray , et al , Oct.
In the matter of the estate of Geo. H.
S tail ) tick , petition to sell real estate , Oct. 20 ,
Chas. W. Hall vs Joseph B. Teas , etal ,
Chas.H. HallvsRufus M. Suavely , etal ,
II. H. Thomas vs county officers of Red
Willow county , injunction , Oct. 22,1892.
Alice Murry vs JohnMurry , divorce , Oct.
State of Nebraska vs Earl Kelly , complaint
alleging inconigibility , OcL 20,1892.
Arthur Hughes of the Tiue Democrat is
contemplating going on tiie i ad with a
theatrical band , witli headquarters at Mill-
bank , S. D.
Messrs. Abbot , Eubank and McMahon of
Hayes Centre spent last night in the city , on
Ad. Bates is back from quite a prolonged
visit to his former home Oberlin , Kansas.
George F. Corcoran of York Democrat was
among our city visitors , yesterday.
Mrs. A. L. Lewis returned , last night , fiom
visiting at her St. Joe home.
Mis. Ella Hofer has been the guest of Mr.
and Mrs. C. W. Bronson.
A WONDERFUL OFFER.
Twice as Much for Your Money as
you get Elsewhere.
It is this : We will send you The SemiWeekly -
Weekly Journal from now until Jan. I , 1894 ,
for one dollar. Remember we give you two
papers each week Tuesdays and Fridays.
All the telegraphic news and markets twice a
week , making it almost as good as a daily.
This twice-a-week feature has
- - proven a
remarkable success the past year , The SemiWeekly -
Weekly Journal now having the largest circu
lation of any paper in the mid-west.
This big dollar's worth will carry you
through the great fall campaign , and all
through the next legislature. We reach you
with the news a half a week earlier than the
old fashioned weeklies. No use reading stale
news when you can get it fresh from the wires
at the same price. We have our own tele
graph wires , and correspondents all over the
country. It takes money to get news , and \ \ e
are spending it. We can afford it because
our circulation has quadrupled the past year.
We have a few or our great Stanley books
left. Will send paper to Jan. 1,1894 , and the
book prepaid for $140 , or if you send us your
own and another name with $2 , we will send
you the book free. This will be your last
chance to get this great book. We "give the
paper and our Oxford Bible for $2.75. We
give you the N. Y. Weekly Tribune a year
and the Journal to Jan. I , 1894. for $1.25.
Regular price of Tribune is jSi.oo. Or , if you
send us you-i own and another new name with
2.00 , we will send you the Tribune a year
Don't delay but send your orders at once , as
the sooner , the more papers you will get.
NEBRASKA STATE JOURNAL ,
Lincoln , Neb.
PEOPLE YOU KNOW.
John J. Lamboin uf Imlinnola was one of
Morton's lieniers , Monday evening.
Judge Lellow nrrivedliome. last evening ,
from a political pilgi imago to Oinalin.
. J. Ilaideii , tlie Stratum banker , was
down on some business , Tuesday evening.
Editor Kowe of tlie imperial Enterprise
was a caller at these lieadquarteis Saturday.
F. 11. Spearman was a passenger on 6 ,
Tuesday evening , for Lincoln on a business
F. A. Prune ) ! , of Ainswortli , Nebraska , is
the new book keeper in tlie First National
Squire \ V.V. . Fisher an * Mis. J. W. Hann
weie WannetuKuestsof the hub , Wednesday
Einil Lindner has been down fioni Denver
this week , on some unfinished business
Congressman McKeighan was circulating
around among the faithful in this vicinity ,
Mrs. J. E. Nortlnop , theIndianola milliner
and dress-maker , was up on business ,
Sheiiff Banks and Clerk Roper are in the
city today on business of their respective and
Chahman Eskey is with us today on busi
ness of the campaign , concerning which he
is hopeful and smiling.
President llocknell of the First National
bank is in Chicago on business. Is expected
home tomonow or Sunday.
Ex-Commibion r Chailie Hodgkin , of
Uaitley , was at general headquarters for the
upper valley , Wednesday.
W. 11. Starr was np fiom Indianola , Mon
day night , to hear Morton tell what he thinks
on the topics of tariff and finance.
B. F. Olcott and family arrived home from
tlie east on Wednesday night's passenger
and wdl remain with us for the present.
Oscar Callihan , the popular Benkelman
banker , was with us a few hours , Wednesday
afternoon and evening , in a business capacity.
Mrs. Peter Boyle left on 1 , Wednesday , for
Denver , to attend the great W. C. T. U. con
vention. She expects to be absent about a
Barney Uofer of the Hayes Centre Times
bowed devoutly at the Morton shine Monday
evenimr , with the faithful of southwestern
County Judge Beck spent a few hours in
the city , yesterday afternoon , being on his
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Watt. Gering , democratic nominee for at
torney general , spent Tuesday night in the
city. He was enroute to Hayes county on si
H. W. Cole left on 6 , Tuesday evening , for
Prophetstown , Illinois , on a pleasure-busi
ness visit to his old home. He will see Chicago
cage before his return.
A. J. Vennum. the Palisade banker , C. C.
Vennum and I % R. Darnell , the Stratton
financiers , were among our numerous guests ,
James Burke , C. W. Meeker , A. B. Taylor
and family ot Imperial swooped down upon
the chief city , Wednesday evening , on
pleasure , business , politics etc.
Mrs. Albert McMillen , who has been at the
bedside of her sister near Denver , returned
home , Wednesday morning , her sister Minnie
being on the way to recovery.
Mrs. A. J. Eittenhouse and family anived
in the city , Tuesday afternoon , from the
state ot Washington , where they have been
making their home for the past year or two.
S. H. Colvin has been in Chicago , the past
ten days , on land business , and witnessing
the dedicatory ceremonies of the world's fair.
Homer believes in standing up for Nebraska.
C. H. Boyle , who has been absent for the
past two or three weeks visiting in Chicago ,
arrived home , yesterday morning. Mrs.
Boyle will remain in Chicaeo a while longer.
Matt Lawler went down to eastern Ne
braska , Tuesday evening , on business. He
will visit Lincoln , Beatrice and perhaps
some other eastern Nebraska points before
C. A. Frederick , of the Tin CupColorado ( )
Times , sojourned with us briefly , first of the
week. Mr. Frederick is the populist candi
date for representative of his distiict and
may be said to be flying with the geese mit
up in Colorado.
Norman Lockwood arrived from Larrabee ,
Iowa , Tuesday night , having road a bicycle
as far as Holdrege. He is an acquaintance
of I. T. Birdsall , and of Mr. Lampson.a
recent arrival from Iowa ; and is looking
over the country with a purpose of buying.
John F. Majors , brother of our Lt. Gover
nor , who has been stationed at Alliance as a
special agent of the interior department , ar
rived last Saturday from Minnesota. Mr.
Majors is quite familiar with the details of
the business , and works to the interest of
both the government and also the home
steaders. He says that in nearly all cases
where entries had been recommended for
cancellation , he has discovered that the re
ports for so doing were sent in through spite
work of neighbors and locators , and that
out of 125 entries reported for cancellation ,
be found only two that were really fraudu
lent. Mr. Majors is no persecutor of the
honest homesteader. Alliance Grip.
E. TI01 I
SUCCESSOR TO I. ALBERT WELLS.
Invites the Ladies of MeCook and else
where to attend his
WE OCTOBER m
An Elegant Array of
HATS AND BONNETS
designed by Miss Cory
after the latest concep
tions approved by fash
ion , will be shown. Ele
gance is not alway cost
ly . Our prices will please
all. Visitors and purch
asers equally welcome.
Our Line of Winter Goods is Very Large and
"Worth a days journey to select from.
Dress Making a Specialty.
GEO : E. THOMPSON
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