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About The McCook tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 1886-1936 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 1, 1893)
Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov’t Report
Noble carries a large and complete
stock of the best brands of canned
goods of all kinds.
S. M. Cochran & Co. carry a large
line of buggies in stock. See them if
you want a good vehicle cheap.
IN QUEENSWARE Noble carries
the largest assortment and the richest
designs of the season. Ilis prices are
Don’t build a fence around your
property until you have seen and priced
that woven wire fencing at S. M.
Cochran & Co.'s. Nothing cheaper,
neater or better.
We sell the Empire letter copying
hooks. Also best grades of type writ
Thompson & Co. have moved into
the A. O. U. W. building. They have
a larger and better stock than ever.
McMillen Bros, have a splendid as
sortment of Robes and Horse Blankets.
Their stock of Harness and Saddlery
is unequalled in western Nebraska.
Ladies wanting great bargains in
millinery should be sure to call on Mrs.
M. E. Barger, west Dennison street,
east of Predtnore’s blacksmith shop.
That’s the place to secure them.
Largest Stock of
.... Also of....
Watches H Novelties
Ever shown in McCook for the
I Will Not Be Undersold
By Anyone, East or West.
Ladies' Watches.... from $4.00 to $ 75.00.
Broach Pins.from .25 to 600.00.
Rings.from .25 to 200.00.
In Fact I Have the Stock—Anything You
Might Want for a Present—and my prices
are the Lowest quality Considered.
Engraving of my Goods
DONE FREE OF CHARGE.
No Trouble to Show My Goods. Call at Once
And Look My Stock Over and I Will
.... Surprise You.
H. P. SUTTON,
Leading Jeweler of the Southwest.
Queensware at cost at Knipple’s.
This is your opportunity.
McMillen has a large assortment of
Lamps for sale very cheap.
A fine line of stationery at popular
prices at Chenery’s City Drug Store.
Hanging and stand lamps, a large
and fine variety, at Anderson’s grocery.
Do you know that Knipple pays the
highest price for butter (23 cents) and
eggs (19 cents). It’s a fact.
Noble, the leading grocer, makes a
specialty of fresh, clean family grocer
ies. He will treat you right.
Rare bargains in Lamps at McMil
len’s drug store.
S. M. Cochran & Co. can sell you a
bicycle very cheap. See them.
Hanging and stand lamps, a large
and fine variety, at Anderson's grocery.
Nice assortment of writing papers
for sale at The Tribune stationery
No better farm wagon on wheels
than the Charter Oak sold by S. M.
Cochran & Co.
Noble is also strictly in it when it
comes to selling fresh vegetables at a
Awarded Highest Honors World’s Fair.
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder.—No Ammonia; No Alum.
Used in Millions of Homes—40 Years tlie Standard. !
Fit iMuok IVlkoyt.
By F. M. KIMMELL.
$1.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE.
ALL HOME PRINT.
The hired yap of the Tiraes
Democrat announces the presence
of a new editor on the The Tribune.
But it requires no flight of the
imagination to see the coarse work
of the same old bewhiskered Ana
nias in the reeeut issues of that
It is difficult to comprehend why
Times-Democrat should attempt to
malign a contemporai'y whose pol
itical integrity is above reproach,
unless it is to attract attention to
its own recent spurt of party zeal,
which is no doubt largely traceable
to the fact that one of its owners
was a candidate for the best paying
office in Bed Willow county.
The Tribune is now prepared to
state with official confidence that
Colonel Peterson is undoubtedly
the most puissant and potential
individual who smote Colonel TV.
H. Patterson the blow behind the
right auricle, at which the spheres
trembled. He was also in at the
death of the bear. The colonel is
beyond a reasonable peradventure
responsible for many marvelous
deeds which have filled the world
with wonderment and asylums with
patients. But hitherto he has been
traveling incog. He may now be
readily recognized—he is a holy
show, a howling hoodoo from Ohio.
Colonel Oh My Peterson, the
political renegade and all-around
jay of the Times-Democrat who is
weekly wasting his broadsides of
nonsensical slush on The Tribune,
Messrs. Dolas, Lamborn and oth
ers who would not make a door
mat of him, is doubtless acquiring
a bad habit which even the gold
cure cant reach. The Caesarian
operation is about the only specific
for such gall, impudence and ego
tism as the oreide colonel dishes
up for his disgusted patrons every
week. The colonel should be taken
out into the back yard and renova
ted, or given six months twice a
year regularly, until cured of this
wearisome spouting through his
Even a low sense of fairness,de
cency and gratitude ought to close
the mud guns of the Times-Demo
crat against the publisher of this
paper. It is a matter of record
that The Tribune gave one of the
owners of that paper a support of
acknowledged value, during the
late election, for the office of treas
urer. This assistance was render
ed, as to the rest of the republican
ticket, without hope of reward. In
Mr. Barnes’ case the advantage
lay distinctly in another direction.
In view of this, what excuse can
that paper offer for its contempti
ble and churlish course since elec
tion? It stands now as a self
convicted tngrate, seeking by un
der-handed methods to undermine
and falsely represent this paper—
an unmerited insult that will be
resented vigorously. Be as manly
as you can.
Colonel Peterson pretends
that The Tribune is dissatisfied
with the way the “Times-Democrat
run the late campaign.” In the
first instance we deny most em
phatically the insulting assumption
that the Times-Democrat “run”
the campaign. Secondly, we do
not make a habit of meddling with
the affairs of our contemporaries,
as the impudent and irresponsible
hired Jolie of the Times-Democrat
persists in doing. Hence our com
plete non-concern as to the course
of that paper in the last campaign.
But we will state, in conclusion,
that the mendacious, malignant
and persistent assault on the inde
pendent candidate for treasurer
was unmanly, cowardly and un
called for, and especially contemp
tible and dirty under the circum
stances. It is decidedly unbecom
ing a gentleman whose lips have
been glued to a public teat ever
since his advent into Red Willow
county, and who will shortly enter
upon a two years further lease, to
so persistently and scurrilously
assault those who have been fact
ors in his success.
AS WELL AS ARTISTIC GOODS.
Neckwear, Mufflers, Silk Umbrellas, Gloves, Mitts, Suspenders, Handkerchiefs. Shirts,
Plush Caps, Underwear, Leather Bags, as well as everything desirable in Clothing for Men
and Boys. Everything Suitable for Holiday Gifts. We are Making SPECIAL PRICES
in Every Department in Order to Reduce our Extremely Large Stock.
“■1“' JONAS ENGEL,
McCook, Nebraska, December 1st, 1893.
Having other interests and other business requiring my
attention, I have this day begun to close out my store. I offer
my entire stock of $12,000 worth of Dry Goods, Carpets and
Millinery, in Bulk or at Retail over the Counter,
At and Below Cost.
I will Sell my Shelving and Fixtures at a Big Sacrifice.
Parties looking for a location are invited to correspond and to
come personally and investigate.
NOTHING IS RESERVED.
Linens, Carpets, Dress Goods,
Oil cloth Millinery White goods,
Cloaks, Underw’r, Hats & Caps,
Laces, Neckwear, Embroideries,
Silks Velvets, Table Spreads,
Corsets. Hosiery, Feather Pillows,
Gloves, Towels, Handkerchiefs,
Ribbons, Sheeting, Lace Curtains,
Prints. Flannels, Furnishings,
Shawls, Trimmings. Ginghams,
Yarns, Blankets, Notions,
Worsted, Lined Duck Coats.
ALL GO AT COST AND LESS.
Mail Orders from Merchants and others will he filled
only when accompanied by the cash.
No Goods will be exchanged or taken back after pur
chase. No Goods sent out on approval.
All CLOAKS go at 50 cents on the dollar—Just Half
Price. Come Early. Tell Your Friends. Improve this great
CEORCE E. THOMPSON,
IU“-“'Sdb“di,,g McCook, Nebraska.
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