The McCook tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 1886-1936, September 08, 1893, Image 1
TWELFTH YEAR. McCOOK, RED WILLOW COUNTY, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBERS, 1893. W. M. ANDERSON’S ^NEW ■*£*!)»«■ OOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOO GROCERY^ 9 9 STORE. oooooooooooooooooo oo It is not the only Exclusive Grocery in in the city, but my prices are as low as the lowest. My Goods are All New and Fresh. A full line of SPICES, strictly pure and un adulterated. Also a complete line of good CROCKERY which will be sold at remark ably low prices. When in the city give me a call. Respectfully, W. M. ANDERSON. MORLAN BUILDING. BARGAIN - • - month. To Reduce Our Stock During the month of August we _will make_ -^SWEEPING^ r: iuctms .... ON ALL_ Summer Soods. ALL OTHER GOODS WILL BE SOLD AT A BIG DISCOUNT UNTIL THE FIRST OF SEPTEMBER. Cash Bargain House. C. L. DeGROFF & CO. TTkOB TABLE. GOING EAST—CENTRAL. TIME—LEAVES. No. 2. through passenger. 6:40 A. M. No. 4. local passenger.11:40 P. M. No. 6, through passenger.4:10 P. M No. 80. freight.9:00 A. M. No. 148, freight, made up here.5:00 A. M. GOING WEST—MOUNTAIN TIME—LEAVES. No. 1. through passenger.11:25 A. M No. 3. through passenger.11:35 P.M. No. 5, local passsenger. 8:45 P.M No. 63, freight. 5:00 P.M. No. 149, freight, made up here . 6:00 A. M. fcw Note:—No. 63 carries passengers for Stratton, Itenkelman and Haigler. All trains run daily excepting 148,149 and 176. which run daily except Sunday. No. 1 stops at Stratton. Benkolman & Wray. No. 3 stops at Benkelman and Wray. No. 2 stops at Indianola, Cambridge and Ar ipaboe. No. 6 does not stop between McCook and Ixford. No. 80 will carry passengers for Indianola, Cambridge and Arapahoe. Nos. 4, 5,148, 149 and 176 carry passengers for ill stations. You can purchase at this office tickets to all Drinclpal points in the United States and Can idaand baggage checked through to destina ion without extra charge of transfer. For nformatlon regarding rates, etc. call on or Iddress C. E. MAGNEH, Agent. Special excursion to World’s fair, Chicago, September ioth and nth. We will sell round rip tickets to Chicago, good for return until September 17th, for $21.10. Annual conference of the M. E. church at Beatrice, Nebraska, September 13 to 18. For ibove occasion we will sell tickets September [o_to 18, inclusive,to Beatrice atone and one bird fare for the round trip on certificate plan. Special Ticket Rates. „ We will until further notice sell tickets to Spokane, VVash., Portland, Oregon, and inter nediate points. 1st class continuous passage i>30.oo. 2nd class continuous passage $25.00 State fair, Lincoln, Nebraska, September ith, to 15th. For above occasion we will sell ound trip tickets, September 8th to 15th in dusive, good returning until September 18th, or $7.46. These tickets include transporta ion to and from the fair grounds and one ad mission to the same. C. E. Magner, Agent. SPECIAL NOTICE. Our store will be closed on Monday, September nth and on Thursday, Sep :ember 21st on account of holidays. The Famous Cuothing Co. Railroad business is lookivg up a little .n all departments. A boy baby was born to- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kidder, Monday. A baby made its appearance at Charlie Probasco’s, Sunday morning. Richard Evans narrowly escaped an attack of sunstroke, Tuesday. Jack Bullard succeeds Harry Harding in the night freight office, this week. Miss Clara Bonnot went down to Hol drege, Tuesday evening, on a short visit. Engineer Frank Reid moved from Ox ford to Red Cloud under the late re-ar rangement. Passenger traffic is noticeably increas ing, as well as business in the freight department. Roadmaster Sam Rogers and family arrived home from the west on 6, Tues day afternoon. Conductor White and Brakemen Mun dy and Lyman were up from the St. Francis line, Sunday. Rumors are Current that more trains will be placed in the service, soon, to meet the increasing traffic. Miss Holiday is suffering from a badly poisoned face received, Sunday last, while visiting friends up at Trenton. John Mullen had No. 239 out of the shops, Saturday, from receiving an over hauling, and was getting her ready for the road again. Mrs. Rolison left for the world’s fair, Tuesday morning. She will make her sister, Mrs. George Leming, a visit of a month or longer upon her return from Chicago. Chief Dispatcher and Mrs. J. F. Forbes went down to Lincoln, Saturday night, on a short visit. Mrs. Tomblin, who has been visiting her daughter, returned to Arapahoe, the same evening. Count Hulaniski, who has been in the city for past few days greeting his many friends and transacting a little business, left for Oberlin and Herndon, Kansas, Tuesday morning, on a similar mission, before returning to Hinsdale, Illinois. George Hartman of McCook and Miss Flora McCarthy of Ecklev were united in marriage at Wray, last Sunday even ing. The happy couple have many friends in Haigler who wish them a long life of happiness and prosperity.—Haig ler News. Terry McAloon has been transferred from Republican city by the B.& M. com pany and given his old job of night en gineer in the yards here. J. J. Slabby goes back to his old job of hostler and Mr. Vannice has been called to McCook. —Akron Republican. No. i ran through the switch at Wray, Tuesday. The steel gang moved to Cambridge, latter part of last week. W. M. Shinsel and bride are home from an extended eastern visit. We learn with sorrow of the serious illness of Mrs. John Stevens. Conductor Hegenberger has resumed work after a prolonged illness. L. W. Wright has been transferred to this place from Republican City. Conductor C. E. Pope and family came home from the east, first of the week. Engineer Joe Lee is carrying his good right arm in a sling, with a sore hand. Mrs. Cal. LeHew is visiting her mother at Oxford, going down on 6, last Friday evening. They are only working 40 hours per week now in the shops here—Saturday being a holiday. C. M. Case, late with Western Union at Kansas City, is now at Atlanta until business revives. Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Rees arrived home, Saturday noon, from visiting in the east, doing the fair, etc. W. B. Mills left for the world’s fair on 2, Tuesday morning. Townsend fills his position during his absence. In Persia when a railroad train kills a man the natives pull up the track for miles and boycott the trains. Mrs. J. D. McAlpine was down from Denver, first of the week, guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Knights. Mrs. J. W. Holliday went down to Lincoln, Monday morning, to visit rela tives and friends there and elsewhere for a few weeks. Dispatcher and Mrs. C. E. Winger were bereft of their infant daughter, early yes terday morning. The remains of the little one were laid away in Longview, this morning, services being conducted at the house at ten o’clock by Rev. A.W. Coffman. The bereaved young parents have much sympathy in their sorrow. Now that the express company has had time to adjust itself to the new condi tions created by the late time card which left several of its messengers without employment, a number of changes is announced on the valley line, taking effect at once. H. F. Harman, C. C. Graham and C. G. Lynch, being the oldest men, will hold the run between here and Kansas City. This will neces sitate the transfer of Messrs. E. E. Drum mond, J. D. Martin and Fred Marty. The last two named gentlemen have not yet received orders, but Mr. Drummond will supply the St. Francis line for a short time, relieving Sam Gildner who will enter the state of matrimony, next week.—Oxford Standard. Republican City. Operator Talcott goes to Orleans for a time. ' Postal Clerk Hollinger has a new mail car, the 65. Empty cars are moving east from the branch nowadays. Fireman VanNice has a job of firing on the 66 with Jack Cook. W. W. Green goes on with Conductor Curran in place of Dwyer. Conductor Foley is taking a lay-off and Conductor Beale is in his place. Count Hulaniski took a trip to Hern don, Tuesday, the 5th, from McCook. Uncle Billy Brown was a passenger on 171, Tuesday, from Orleans to Hendley. 25 cars of stock from the “Sunflower,” Tuesday morning, on the stock express. Mrs. T. \V. Benjamin went to Beaver City on 171, Saturday, and returned on 172, Monday. Agent Vaughn of Atwood has returned from his western trip. He looks like he had been well cared for. Engineer Vierson has returned to Mc Cook on account of Engineer Keeling’s recovery from his sickness. Agent Dwyer was at these railroad headquarters, Monday and Tuesday. He went east on 17, Wednesday morning. Agent Holder has returned from his trip east, and Extra Agent Riddel has relinquished his place there in conse quence. Elmer Drummond takes Sam Gildner’s run from Republican to St. Francis as messenger. Sam has a ticket for a voy age on the hymeneal ship. Mrs. Guy, wife of the agent at Beaver City, is very sick with fever. She has passed the nine-day limit and conse quently will have to endure it for twelve days more. n<>Make loom FOR OUR FALL AND-WINTFR GOODS■ .... We Will.... For The Next 15 Days SELL ALL SUMMER GOODS At Much Less Thau Cost See Our Four and One-half Cent Challies. Come to Us for Croat Bargains. L. Lowman & Son. DRY GOODS, CARPETS, MILLINERY. Something" / Extra. Until September 1st We offer our entire stock of Summer Goods r at Actual Cost. The following are the lines on which we are willing to LOSE MONEY In order to close them out. R e frige r a tors, Gasoline Stoves, Ice Cream Freezers, Screen Doors, and Screen Wire, All at Your Own ..Price.. THE PIONEER HARDWARE, W. C. LaTourette, Propr.