The McCook tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 1886-1936, December 01, 1893, Image 8
Women’s Best Glove Calf Shoes.$1.50 Women’s Best Oil Grain Shoes. 1.50 Women’s Pebble Grain Shoes, solid. 1.00 Women’s Fine Dongola Kid Shoes. 1.50 Women’s Extra Quality Kangaroo Calf Shoes. 2.00 Men’s Grain Congress and Bluchers.$2.00 Men’s Grain Veal Congress. . 1.40 Men’s Prime Oil Grain Boots. 2.50 Men’s Prime Kip Boots. 2.50 Men’s Solid Split Boots. 1.40 Eight Lines of School Shoes from the Best Factories in the Country. OUR PRICES ARE ALWAYS ALE RIGHT. |=P“Groceries at Nobles’. Pure Drugs at Cheuery’s City Drug Store. You can get anything in queensware at cost at Knippie’s. Writing tablets at The Tribune stationery department. Paints, Oils, Glass and Putty at Chenery’s City Drug Store. Club House cheese, nothing finer, for sale at Anderson’s grocery. Dr. A. J. Thomas, Dentist, office in Union block, over Knipple. Seventy-five cents buys a scale book •f 500 tickets at this office. Log cabin maple syrup, finest in the market, at Anderson’s grocery. Hecker’s self-rising Buck-wheat at Andersen’s grocery. Try a package. Very Finest Uncol ored Japan Teas for 50c. a pound at Knip ple’s. Every pound is warranted by him. Use McConnell’s Fragrant Lotion for Chapped Hands and Face. Well Digging. If you want a well put down in fine shape see Frank Nichols. He guaran tees his work. Leave orders at S. M. Cochran & Co.’s. Beware of peddlers. Call and in spect the Household sewing machine sold by S. M. Cochran & Co. before buying a machine. There ia no better on earth. Noble is the only exclusive grocer in the city. His stock is the largest and his prices correspond with the times. McMILLEN’S Fair Priced Stock HOLIDAY GOODS! WILL PLEASE YOU. Even a little money will do wonders in purchasing presents for your friends or the little ones, from his immense assortment of Novelties, Toys, Dolls. We Welcome You. A. McMILLEN, Druggist. H. THOMPSON & CO. FLOUR, Feed and Baled Hay. OUR PRICES TODAY: PATENTS. 84.$1.20 Wauneta High Patent.. 1.10 Our Best. 1.10 Pure Gold. 1.00 straight grade. Lion Patent.$1.00 White Fawn. 1.00 Eagle.90 bakers’ grade. Legal Tender.$ .90 Pride of Wauneta.85 Choice.75 Eureka.70 EP“Mill feed of all kinds. Baled hay cheaper than you can buy the same grade loose. West Room A. 0. U. W. Building. « The suicide of a St. Paul editor who threw himself under an engine because he had been disappointed in an applica tion for Government position is hardly a vindication of the spoils system. Nor is it a blow at civil service reform. The man who is weak enough to kill himself because the Government does not give him a job is not likely to be the sort of man that would de serviceable to the Government in any capacity. Episcopal services in Masonic hall, both morning and evening, Sunday next, at the usual hours, by Rev.Durant. The hour for Sunday school has, however, been changed from 12 to 10 in the morn ing. Please observe this change in the time for Sunday school. Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Hupp entertained their relatives Mr. and Mrs. Miller of of Fairmont, close of last and fore part of this week. Mr. Miller is a banker, and has interests at Lebanon, whither they all drove, Monday, the latter going east from that point. BACHELORJdOLLOW. Weather fine and eorn husking pro gressing rapidly. Yield is fair. There is a literary society at the Lau rel Dell school house that bids fair to be a success. From the way farmers talk in this section of the county, next seasou will see the planting of the greatest acreage of wheat and corn of any previous year. J.B.Miller marketed some fine hogs, last week, and from the way Mr. Miller rustles around one would suppose that, he was looking out for a cook. That's right, Jim. Wre have one Christian young man in our vicinity, we should judge from the way he pays his attentions to the wid ows and orphans. But we will not give him away, for it might make E.L.Fow ler blush. The way alfalfa threshing has been pushing the farmers on the Beaver is amazing, and many have been caused to rejoice in a big yield of seed. The Ash ton brothers have nearly six hundred bushels of seed. Some crops yielded 12 bushels to the acre. Rough and Ready. Official reports of railroad earnings for October are not showing the terrible falling off in net receipts of which the railway magnates have been so loudly complaining. The railroads are by no means as badly affected by the prevail ing industrial depression as are a host of other important business interests of the country. It is to be sincerely hoped that Gen eral Master Workman Sovereign will be able to restore to the Knights of Labor that harmony ot purpose and action among its members and officers which it has so sadly missed since the advent of the Powderly machine. Populists of the state announce that a council of the party leaders will be held in January to adopt a plan of cam paign for next year. Freshest fruits the market affords are to be purchased at Knipple's grocery Perfumes and Toilet Articles at Chenery’s City Drug Store. Gifts! Gifts! — <«8®»88> Old and Young, Big and Little, THE - RICH - AND - POOR Will find what they want in our I VERY BEAUTIFUL DISPLAY ....OF.... HOLIDAY GOODS. --•— . New Novelties, Pleasant Surprises, Immense Quantities, all at the Lowest Prices. Come and see them. Everybody welcomed. McCook Book ^Stationery Co. They have just received three cars of fancy alfalfa fed heifers at the B. & M. Meat Market from Colorado. It is the finest meat ever placed on the butcher’s block in this city, and1 it costs no more than poor, tough : grass fed meat. Try it and see. Put jour $ $ $ 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. 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. Log cabin maple syrup, finest in the market, at Anderson’s grocery. School tablets in great variety at Chenery's City Drug Store. IMPERIAL EGG FOOD. B. & M. Flour and Feed Store, PRICE LIST: Pillsburys Best,.$1.50 per sack. Boss, granulated H. P... 1.35 per sack. Monogram11 “ 1 20 per sack. Charm “ “ 1.15 per sack, 01 “ “ 1.15 per sack. Jack Frost, winter. 1.00 per sack. Faultless.90 per sack. Favorite.90 per sack. Pride of McCook.80 per sack. Rye Flour, Graham, Buckwheat. Flour and Corn Meal. Bran, Shorts,. Chop Feed, Grain and Hay. All goods delivered free. J. J. Garrard, 211 Main street. Manager Sewing machines at $5.00 per month on the installment plan at Pade & Son’s.