The McCook tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 1886-1936, July 07, 1893, Image 8

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$20,000 Worth of Dry Goods, Carpets,
And Continues Until Everything is Sold.
i I J. abftilftT W'bbS,
^\ p -McCook, Nebraska.
McMillen meets all prices on wall
paper. _
Come and see the prices at Gan
Knipple sells canned goods cheaper
than ever.
Get prices on wall paper at McMil
len’s drug store.
Wall Paper for 5 cents a roll at L.
W. McConnell & Co’s.
Watson & Penny are putting out
handsome rigs these days.
Dr. A. J. Thomas, Dentist, office in
Union block, over Knipple.
For harness and saddlery see Penner
at the Alliance harness shop.
Office rooms in the Meeker building
to rent. Rittenhouse & Boyle.
No better farm wagon on wheels
than the Charter Oak sold by S. M.
Cochran & Co.
Noble carries a large and complete
stock of the best brands of canned
goods of all kinds.
If you want a well drilled in fine
shape see McClain & Co. Leave or
ders at S. 31. Cochran & Co.’s.
Remember that S. 31. Cochran & Co.
now carry in stock a full and complete
stock of builders’ hardware supplies.
Knipple leads them all when it comes
to selling a fine patent flour cheap. Try
him once and you will be convinced.
Patronize H. Thompson & Co., deal
ers in flour and feed of all kinds, west
Dennison street, on the corner north of
McEntee Hotel.
Don’t build a fence around your
property until you have seen and priced
that woven wire fencing at S. M.
Cochran & Co.’s, ^othing cheaper,
neater or better.
Prof. Fred C. Heard holds three gold
medals of the Hernandies Tournaments
held at Cincinnati, St. Louis and San
Francisco for the best all around guitar
execution. He has a class upon the
guitar at 50 cents each lesson.
Look Here.
Pillsburys Best,.$1.50 per sack.
Monogram Patent.1.20 per sack.
Charm Patent_ 1.10 per sack.
91 Patent. 1.10 per sack.
84 Patent.$1.10 per sack.
Surprise Patent....... 1.10 per sack.
Jack Frost.$1.00 par sack.
Faultless.85 per sack.
Legal Tender.80 per sack.
Pride of McCook.75 per sack.
Corn, Oats, Hay, Oil Cake and Bin
der Twine. All goods delivered free.
McCook Commission Co.
211 Main street.
John Berry, who finished first in the
cowboy race on his horse Poison, gets
first prize for the race. The committee
last Thursday reached its decision, and
Berry, in spite of the protest against
him on the ground that he was familiar
with the route traversed, received the
$1,000 first prize, and an additional $500
from Colonel Cody. Major Burke also
distributed a generous sum among all
the Contestants.
Put your $ $ $ where they will do
the most good, where they will secure
the best and the most groceries for in
stance. You will make no mistake if
Noble’s is the place of deposit. He
gives the limit in quantity, quality and
value, and his stock cannot be duplicat
ed in Western Nebraska.
Quite a distructive hail storm visited
a portion of Missouii Ridge precinct
Sunday evening extending from the
Wm. Smith place several miles in either
direction. Harrison Fritsch who resides
on that place had his crops pounded
badly as did Mr. Nutt, Mr. Newland
and several others. The storm lasted
about 20 minutes and hail fell as large
as a hen egg.—Courier.
The storm of Wednesday night is re
ported as very severe at Herndon hav
ing blown down the new Catholic
church, and badly wrecking the new
German congregational which was al-'
most complete. Several other buildings
were also blown away entailing a loss
of several hundred dollars.—Atwood
Notice to Land Owners.
To All Whom it May Concern:
The commissioner appointed to locate a
road commencing at the northwest corner of
section 6, township 3, range 30, in Perry pre
cinct, Red Willow county, Nebraska, run
ning thence east to the northwest corner of
the northeast quarter of the northeast quar
ter of section 5, thence south 26 degrees east
17 chains and 80 links, thence east 6 chains
and 65 links, thence south on section line
to southeast corner of the northeast quarter
of section 20, all in township 3, range 30.
Also, commencing at the northeast corner of
the northwest quarter of section 32, township
4, range 30, thence south on tiie quarter sec
tion line to the south line of said section,
terminating thereat, has reported in favor of
the location thereof, and all objections
thereto or claims for damages must be filed
in the county clerk’s office on or before noon
of the 9th day of September A. D. 1893, or
said road will be located without reference
thereto. George W. Roper,
County Clerk.
First publication July 7—4ts.
EifGroceries at Nobles’.
McMillen meets all prices on wall
Ganschow sells those red shoes at a
Knipple makes a specialty of fruits
of all kinds.
Prices are way down at Ganschow’s.
Don’t miss it.
Headquarters for shoes and slippers
at Ganschow’s.
Come and see what bargains I have
in shoes and slippers. Ganschow.
Seventeen pounds of Granulated
Sugar for One (1$) Dollar at Knipple’s.
The latest specialties in harness, fly
nets, dusters, etc., at the Alliance har
ness shop.
Wayson & Penny can fix you up com
fortably and stylishly in any thing you
may desire in the livery line.
Noble, the leading grocer, makes a
specialty of fresh, clean family grocer
ies. He will treat you right.
Don't eat tainted meats. Buy them
from Acme Cooler. Ice cold and sweet
as in winter at F. S. Wilcox’s.
W. M. Irwin has a fine Holstein
bull for service at his farm northwest
of the city, on reasonable terms.
Noble is the only exclusive grocer in
the city. His stock is the largest and
his prices correspond with the times.
S. M. Cochran & Co. have an im
mense stock of farm implements on
hand. See them before buying else
We are printing the date to which
each subscriber has paid his subscrip
tion to The Tribune along with the
address. W atch the date and you will
know if you are in arrears. If you are
please come and see us.
Get prices on wall paper at McMil
len’s drug store.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a
chattel mortgage dated November 26th, 1892,
and duly filed in the office of the county
clerk of lied Willow county, Nebraska, on
the 28th day of November, 1892, and execu
ted by Frank J. Fante to F. U. Spearman, to
secure the sum of 55146.10. according to one
certain promissory note of said Frank J.
Fante, which note with mortgage securing
same was sold, assigned and transferred to
the undersigned; that said note became due
January 1st, 1S93, and is still unpaid. De
fault having been made in the payment of
said sum and no suit or other proceeding at
law having been instituted t« recover said
debt or any part thereof, I will sell the prop
erty described therein: one roan mare with
suckling colt, one brown horse about 9 years
old, one blue roan mare about 5 years old
with her suckling colt, one black mare
14 years old with her suckling colt and
one bay mare about 4 years old, substituted
for one thre year-old black stallion men
tioned in said mortgage, at public auction,
at Jones’ livery barn in the city of McCook,
Red Willow countv, Neoraska. on Saturday,
July 28th, 1893, at i o’clock P.M. of said day.
J. A. Cohdeai.. Assignee.
First publication July 7th, 1S93.—Its.
Sewing machines at
$5.00 per month on
the installment plan
at Pade & Son’s.
Money to loan on
Chattels. Call on S.
H. Colvin, McCook.
Third Quarter will
be due July 1st and
Becomes Delinquent
July 15th, 1893.
C. H. M:eeker.
Quality Up—Prices Down!
Knipple excels in the quality of the
flour he keeps in stock, and in the re
markably low prices at which he is sell
ing. Think of it!
Fancy patent flour at.$1.25
Snowflake flour at.85
And remember that he warrants every
sack. At the old stand in the Cole
Special Notice to the Public.
Any and all parties having photo
graphs due them from Mr. or Mrs.
Smart should see Mrs. Smart about
them immediately, as I shall not be
responsible after her departure.
P. W. Marcellus.
You can buy more goods at Knipple’s
for One (1$) Dollar than you can any
where else in the city of McCook.
S. M. Cochran & Co. carry a large
line of buggies in stock. See them if
you want a good vehicle cheap.
Buy your shoes at Ganschow’s and
get the worth of your money.
Wall Paper for 5 cents a roll at L.
W. McConnell & Co’.s
Ice cold meats at B. & M. Meat
j _
Residence property
for sale in all parts of
the city by C. J. Ryan.
The burning question with house
wives of all lands, all creeds, and all
ages is: “Which is the best Cooking
Stove?” S. M. Cochran & Co. answer
this question today by proclaiming the
“Charter Oak Stoves” to be the
best in every conceivable shape.
If you want something fine in hand
made harness see McMillen Bros.
They also carry a large assortment of
the cheaper goods in the harness line
at the lowest possible figures.
Give your orders for 84 Patent, Lion
and Legal Tender, also Wauneta High
Patent,White Fawn and Pride of Wau
neta flour to Hugh Thompson, the oil
Beware of peddlers. Call and in
spect the Household sewing machine
sold by S. M. Cochran & Co. before
buying a machine. There is no better
on earth.
With our Acme Cooler we are en
abled to furnish meats in better condi
tion during warm weather than any
other market in the city. F.S. WlLCOx.
If you are thinking of buying a set
of new dishes call to see Knipple’s stock
and get his prices.
Penner carries a full line of saddles,
bridles, whips, etc., at lowest prices.
Wall Paper for 5 cents a roll at L.
W. McConnell & Co’s.
Make Noble your family grocer and
many other blessings will fall to your
lot, besides having the best groceries on
your table that the market affords.
IN QUEENSWARE Noble carries
the largest assortment and the richest
designs of the season. His prices are
You will never know how far your
dollar will go until you buy your gro
ceries at Knipple's. It will surprise
Prof. F. D. Heard, the piano tuner,
is doing good work on the many piano
and organs in the city, and country.
A large and fine stock of fly nets at
McMillen Bros.’ harness shop and at
very reasonable prices.
Noble is also strictly in it when it
comes to selling fresh vegetables at a
reasonable price.
First-class hand-made harness giving
absolute satisfaction at the Alliance
harness shop.
Northeast corner of Main and Denni
son you will find the Old Reliable Shoe
Written in Reliable
Companies by
C. J. Ryan.