The McCook tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 1886-1936, May 19, 1893, Image 4

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    Pe J§t®Dok Frifen?*.
O. Frost of Bartley attended
court, Tuesday.
Y. Franklin came down on No.
4, Wednesday.
Court adjourned on Tuesday
until July 7th.
Ed Ervin and family have gone
to California on a visit.
J. F. Helm shipped three car
loads of cattle this week.
Mrs. J. H. Goodrich is visiting
iier mother, Mrs. Bishop.
James Lercli and family started
Monday for the World’s fair.
Attorneys Moore and Stevens
were down on business Thursday.
Mrs. T. P. Crumbaugli is visit
ing her many friends in this city.
Attorney A. D. McCandless of
Wymore attended district court,
Street Commissioner Stockton
is putting in some much needed
Public school closes June 2d.
Preparations are being made for a
good time.
Harry Harrison of the York
nursery made this city a short call,
Reporter Gibbs rode to court on
wheel, Tuesday. Time one hour
and 15 minutes.
Commercial man Crow, the
would-be secretary of state, stopped
off here, Tuesday.
A matched game of base ball
will be played here Friday. Stock
ville vs. Indianola.
Rev. Dr. Jas. Lisle will preach
the memorial sermon Sunday, May
28th. at 11 o’clock.
Miss Cora Irvin, one of the
county clerk’s helpers, is taking a
vacation this week.
Ed Smith, assistant post master,
is painting the post office building
and it looks nice and spotted.
Say boys do you know that Tay
lor’s show is coming, June 6th
is the date when the elephant will
be here.
License was issued on the 15th
for the marriage of Mr. George S.
Lincoln and Sarah Goodenberger,
both of McCook.
The W. C. T. U. occupied the
'* evening hour Sunday at the Con
gregational church and rendered
a very good program.
Rev. E. J. O’Neill will deliver
the oration here decoration day
and it will pay anyone to come a
long distance the hear him.
A. C. Bartholamew was at court
house on Tuesday and filed a plat
with the county clerk of a nicely
laid out cemetery at Lebanon,
J. H. Miller, on old resident of
this county, cam ein from Dundy
county, Saturday, where he has
been living for the past few years.
M. Y. Starbuck and E. May
Starbuck were . in county court,
' ’hursday, making a final settle
ment in the estate of Geerge H.
‘ V .
J'ope ye typo will read our
■re correct iu the future.
i last week we said Emery
Merchant of Bartley visited court.
It read iu print every merchant of
Bartley etc.
License was issued on the 13th
for the marriage of Frank W. Ben
nett and Rhoda A. Cooper both of
McCook. Returns show that they
were united in marriage by H. H.
Berry, esq., on Sunday last.
• Read The McCook Tribune, its
on the upper round.
Fred Carter has all of his crop
planted, about three hundred acres.
Keeps one a humpin’ to feed all
these pesky little ground squirrels.
Walter Hickling is having quite
a patch broken out on his timber
Herr M. Moehler will add the
Chenery tree claim to his landed
John Johnson is preparing to
occupy the Sander’s “joint;” he
has our sympathy.
Mr. Sherman who recently pur
chased the Morey place, is putting
up a good-sized barn.
Mr. King, a recent arrival from
Iowa, has a notion of buying the
the Will Johnson place.
The Caslien boys, recent new
comers from Beatrice, are putting
in a crop on the Kimmell farm.
Fall wheat and rye that was
thought to be of little account not
long ago is looking immense since
the rain.
James Thompson and Thomas
Scofield are planting any amount
of corn these days; by the way,
they are threshers.
Nelson Parrott, from near Red
Cloud, a former acquaintance of I.
P. Moore, visited briefly with the
latter the past wesk.
A. F. Reeves does an occasional
job of corn shelling; he also has a
grinder and will chop ycur feed
the way it ought to be.
The merry click of the corn
planter is heard here and there,
but the bulk of corn is being put
in after the listing fashion.
Peter Farrell, who previously
herded box cars on the B. & M.
for several years, is making im
provements on his homestead.
George Henderson, who erst
while did all sorts of hustling for
brother Fred, recently had some
slight altercation and is now hold
ing forth at pa’s.
Begins to look as though this
locality had entirely forgotten its
obligations to the editor; but then
this is springtime, and as the grass
begins to show itself perhaps Joe
is busy.
There seems to be no abatement
to those prairie fires, and some of
them we regret to say, appear to
be set with spiteful intentions.
Matters have come to a pretty pass
when a person, in the face of a
heavy wind, will start the prairie
burning within a ston’s throw of
his neighbor’s entire belongings.
The writer has been so taken up
feeding and watering those young
chickens that he has not had time
to speak of the doings of North
Divide people. Then there was
all the garden to make, the cows
to find that ought to have been
home three or four days ago, kill
ing rats, tearing down the sheds,
planting a few crooked rows of
corn, finding fault with someone
when he ought to have been in
church, besides discussing the
matter if a kitchen with a shed
roof could leak any if it were cov
ered with tar paper, some heavy
canvas thoroughly painted and
battened, two or three loads of
maenesia mixed with one of native
lime, a few loads of gravel, and if
one were not too busy and had a
good neighbor of whom he might
borrow a breaking plow and put
on a couple layers of sod, then
wind up with about four loads of
straw and a lot of brush and poles
and whatever else would come in
handy to throw along on the edges,
and then, as we have inquired be
fore, we wonder if it could leak?
The Keystone Watch
Case Co. of Philadelphia,
the largest watch case manufactur
ing concern in the world, is now
putting upon the Jas. Boss Filled
and other cases made by it, a bow
(ring) which cannot be twisted or
pulled off the watch.
It is a sure protection against the
pickpocket and the many accidents
that befall watches fitted with the
old-style bow, which is simply held
in by friction and can be twisted off
with the fingers. It is called the
and CAN ONLY BE HAD with Jag.
cases bearing their trade mark— 1/
Sold only through watch dealers,
without extra charge.
Ask any jeweler for pamphlet,
or send to the manufacturers.
is a
cut of
a Co
of rub
Made by the
Pope Manufacturing Co., Boston,
Are the best on earth.
The best is the cheapest....
A. J. Beechei:, Agt., McCook.
ij tive
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* ogue
Ladies ride Columbias.
Things You
Ever Beheld.
That is the verdict
of the ladies in re
gard to those.
Bluclier and
Southern Ties
....AT THE....
There is no telling
how quickly they
will go, consequent
ly we advise you to
call while the stock
is at its best.
Ladies’ Dongola Oxford
Patent Leather Tip for
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| Famous Clothing Co. |i
Spring and Summer, i 893*
A progressive, pushing method is just
what these times demand. All those who
want to buy and make their Selections
Largest Assortment, the Choicest Styles and at
0-th E-0
will always make our store their trading
point. We have just opened our new line
of Men’s Boys’ and Childrens’ Straw
Hats; Men’s light weight Coats and Vests
and additions to our fine stock of Neck
wear, Children’s Waists and Men’s Shirts
and Underwear.
May 6th, 1893. JONAS ENGEL,
^.McCook, Nebraska. Manager.
Knipple sells canned goods eheaper
than ever.
Knipple makes a specialty of fruits
of all kinds.
Go to the B. & M. Flour and Feed
Store for your flour.
Wayson & Odell are putting out some
andsome rigs these days.
Seventy-five cents buys a scale book
of 500 tickets at this office.
Parties contemplating building this
spring who need money can obtain
same at reasonable terms from P. A.
Wells. Office in 1st National bank.
Piear rooms.
For First-Class
Laundry Work.
McCook, - Nebraska.
...The Smart...
Photograph Gallery,
Over the Famous Clothing-Co.
This is the place to get anything
in the photograph line. All photos
made with the beautiful Celluloid
Finish. Pictures made from size
of a locket to life size. Old pic
tures enlarged in crayon or water
colors. Our crayon work cannot
be excelled. Call and see samples.
Viewing of farms and residences.
Constant supply of picture frames
of the latest patterns always on
hand, at reasonable prices. Our
aim will be to please everybody
and we guarantee strictly first-class
work. Cloudy weather no disad
McCook, Neb.
Y 0 U!
A good slice of tlie earth. Now you get all the profit. In fact
you are in on the ground floor. Think of these prices an d
don't neglect to snap a few of these
Great Bargains.
Here are a few which we offer this week just
for a starter:
j\j q 1 A heavy Screen Door, well painted and fur
nu. nished complete with spring, hinges, hook dji m
and knob, only. vl .HU
Mn 9 A First-class Lawn Mower, fourteen-incli r aa
J\1 q Q A very fine quality of Rubber Hose, three
nu, o an immense bargain, per foot only_
Mn A California Lawn Sprinklers, always were q aa
INU. H- a^. from $2.50 to $3.00, now ohly. ^l.UU
We are sole agents for the following lines and offer
srreat inducements in them:
The Finest on
Beautifully carved—threat
variety—low prices.
and Ranges.
All fire-backed—war
ranted 20 years.
Genuine Glidden Barbed Wire, Best in the World.
Our Stock is one Grert Assortment of Bargains. Call
and look us over.
I W. C. LaTourette, Propr.