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ELEVENTH YEAR. MeCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY EVENING. DEC. 16 , 1892. NUMBER 3O.
.THE FINEST LINE IN THE CITY , JUST
THE THING EOR XMAS.
CLOAKS I MILLINERY
J. ALBERT WELLS , McCook.
= fe > IS BETTER THAN < s Efr
and costs more ; but
1 'will sell you a
Solid Oak Bed-room Suit
for the same price that you
have been paying for
_ , Itwill pay you to see me before
Jbuying. Store -will be. at Lawler's old
stand after December 8th.
A. H. BURDICK.
W. A. Holliday's mother and sister
departed for home yesterday.
Mrs. N. L. Cronkhite was a passenger
on 4 for Hastings last evening.
Conductor W. S. Coy was up from
Holdrege , Wednesday , going home on 6.
Operator C. M. Case wasup' from
Holdrege , Saturday afternoon , returning
home on 6.
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Keim spent
Sunday in the capital city , guests of
Assistant Supt. Harman was over from
Holyoke on busine'ss at headquarters ,
Monday and Tuesday.
The Red Cloud Argus promises a
large attendance of Red Cloud people at
the trainmen's ball on Christmas eve.
Mrs. Amanda Evans and Mrs. O. W.
Patterson of Clarinda , Iowa , are visiting-
in the city , guests of Dispatcher and
Mrs. J. E. Robison.
Conductor S. E. Harvey was a visitor
at western division headquarters , Wed
nesday afternoon , greeting his many
oldtime friends in McCook.
L. P. Dickey , of the car repairing gang ,
was quite painfully squeezed between an
engine's tender and a round house door ,
yesterday morning but wil be around
again before long.
Conductor A. P. Bonnet of McCook is
scheduled to appear in this , vicinity on
Christmas and will take his massage
baths at the Hot Springs before return
ing home. Alliance Grip.
Dan Mclntyre from Litchfield , who
ten years ago broke out of McCook , has
entered the train service of this division.
Dan is an old timer and "dead onto his
job. " We wish him success. Alliance
The Duluth & Pueblo railroad will
enter Stockville on the day of
189 and the B. & M. Medicine
creek line will open up for business at
Stockville on the day < > f
189 . Stockville Republican.
W. H. Davis left on 2 , Wednesday
morning , for Chicago , being summond
to the bedside of his wife , whose illness
has assumed a serious aspect. The sym
pathy of all goes out to Mr. Davis in his
affliction , and their united supplication
is for the recovery of his estimable wife.
Mrs. Caroline Denham left last Thurs
day , for McCook , where she will make
her future home. She has considerable
residence property in Minden which will
keep her interested in the development
of the city , and the Gazette will keep
her posted in regard to the same.
Boss Blacksmith J. R. Roxby was the
the victim of an unprovoked assault ,
Saturday evening , at the hands of one ,
Jim McCullough , an intoxicated mechan
ic. McCullough was promptly arrested.
At his trial in police court , Monday , he
was assessed $25 and costs for slugging
and kicking an old and inoffensive man
like Mr. Roxby without cause.
Pay Master J. G. Floyd of the B. & M.
has issued a new order. It is of special
interest to employes and dealers. Here
after no order or assignment of wages due
or to become due will be accepted from
or fifed against any employe of this de
partment , for a whole or part of wages
due. For the convenience of employes
a limited number of employe's checks
will be accepted at the pay car window ,
at the risk of the party in whose favor
they may be drawn.
Speaking of railway conductors , and
with which our experience is varied ,
more genial or obliging ones do not in
habit the earth than infest the Imperial
short line. For real genteel conduct and
generous answers to questions for desir
ed information plied by the smooth , or
slothful , youth or decrepit age , L. C.
Wolff bears the palm , and deserves the
medal as filling his niche the best of any
like officer in the B. & M. service.
Chase County Champion.
Fireman J. G. Ingles was quite pain
fully injured at Juniata crossing , last
Friday evening , by jumping from his en
gine while running at a high rate of
speed. His injuries consist of a sprained
ankle , head cuts and bruises generally ,
from all of which he is , however , now re
covering rapidfo * . It is regarded as mar
velous that he escaped with no more
serious hurts , as No. 3-Engineer Lee at
the throttle , was bowling along at a
spanking gait when the accident oc
curred , resulting we understand through
a misapprehension of the position of a
Missouri Pacific freight train at the
PEOPLE YOU KNOW. '
F. H. Spearman arrived home , Tues
Geo. J. Burgess spent Sunday with
the family at Arapahoe.
C. W. Paine and family got off for
California , Sunday noon.
Mose Stern was up from Hastings ,
Wednesday , on business.
Banker Peck registered among the
elect , last evening , from Trenton.
S. R. Foss and J. W. Shabata of Crete
were with us in a business sense , Mon
Alva Orborn and Thomas Real have
commenced shelling corn for McCann
at Perry station.
Sheriff and Mrs. E. R. Banks took in
Santa Claus' headquarters for S. W. Ne
braska , Tuesday.
Earl Ludwick gave a pleasant party tea
a large company of young friends on
Saturday evening last.
John Real left for Grafton , Sunday
morning , on a visit to his former home ,
relatives and friends.
Frank Carruth went down to Platts-
mouth , Wednesday night on 6 , to look
after his interests there.
J. Albert Wells went down to St. Joe ,
Tuesday night , on a business trip , re
turning home this noon.
Editor Frank Hawks of the Benkel-
man Pioneer beamed graciously upon us
of the valley's purtest , Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D. Morgan and
daughter of Trenton were down last
evening preparing for Christmas tide.
Rev. W. S. Hanlein was up from Bartley ,
Saturday , on business and pleasure com
bined , gracing this office with his brief
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Tulley of Red
Cloud arrived in the city on Saturday
last and spent the early days of the week
here on business bent.
Ed. Mitchell , who will assume charge
of the Indianola Courier , January ist ,
sojourned in the city over the Sabbath
with his mother and sister.
E. F. Real , the affable and efficient
clerk in C. J. Ryan's office , departed on
Sunday morning for Grafton , to be ab
sent until the first of the year.
Mr. S. T. Williams of Salida , Colorado ,
is here visiting his sister , Mrs. J. A. El-
wood. He will also visit his brother R.
H. Williams at Wauneta , before his re-
Col. Bert Barnes , the handsome deputy
clerk , luxuriated in the soup and other
attractions at the fair , Tuesday evening ,
returning to Indianola on the Wednesday
Ed. C. Burkett , late of the Exeter
Democrat , arrived in the city , close of
last week , and has enrolled himself in
THE TRIBUNE force , Mrs. Burkett and
the baby joined him last night.
John F. Majors drifted up the valley
Wednesday night on a brief visit to
friends , returning eastward today. He
thinks that Tom's chances for warming
Paddock's seat are very encouraging.
L. Morse , Dundy county's stalwart
and irrepressible , observed our gait ,
Monday evening , while down on one of
his semi-occasional missions to this all-
comprehensive headquarters , political ,
commercial and otherwise.
Sweney Munson came up from Or
leans , Saturday , on some business con
nected with his involved interests here.
He also visited at his farm near Haigler
before returning home. It is his pur
pose to redeem his property in this city.
C. E. Shaw , president of the Mer
chants bank of Lincoln , arrived in the
city on Tuesday night , having some
business here , and returning to the capi
tal city on 6 the following evening. He
reports Lincoln as being distinctly in
the swim just now , with a roseate future
Mrs. C. B. Rowell was called down to
Hastings , Saturday evening , to the bed
side of her son Geo. .T. Rowell , who was
seriously injured on last Friday by falling - ,
ing from a stepladder headlong onto the
iron floor of the entrance to his store. We
are rejoiced to learn of his slow recovery
from the effects of-his fearful fall , which
at first was thought might prove fatal.
Messrs. F. H. Spearman and Mathew
Lawler went down to Beatrice , Sunday
night , on business connected with the
distillery which Mr. Lawler contemplates
establishing in the "Pride of the Blue"
in the near future , and concerning which
negotiations have been under way for a
few months past. The gentlemen ex
pect to close the deal during their visit.
Fade & Son
CHRISTMAS GIFTS !
A FULL LINE
Chamber Suits , Sewing Machines ,
Parlor Suits , Book Cases ,
Fancy Rockers , Folding Beds ,
Extension Tables , Carpet Sweepers ,
Bed Lounges , And Rugs.
Center Tables , Come early for bargains
As we make a specialty of First-Glass
Goods at Prices to Suit Everybody.
IS THE WORD FOR
OUR CLOAK BUSINESS ,
THIS SEASON. NEVER
BEFORE HAVE WE SOLD
SO MANY. THEREFORE
WHEN A NEW YORK
COMPELLED TO CLOSE
OUT HIS LINE WE GOT
IT : ON : THE : GROUND
FLOOR. : :
LIGHT , MEDIUM AND
LONG GOAT © ,
All Prices-From $1.50 Up !
ALL HATS SOLD AT ONE-HALF
PRICE TILL JANUARY 1 , 1893.
You know where we are at.
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