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About The McCook tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 1886-1936 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 8, 1893)
| Is a Sale
Is a Sale.
J3F“83 pairs of Men’s
Fine Calf Lace Shoes, all
size 7, worth from $3.50
to $4.25. We make the
For your choice.
GO pairs Men’s Congress
Shoes, New Staple Goods,
ail sizes, per pair
• • • •
A Chance For You.
59 pairs of Men’s Fine
Calf & Kangaroo Congress Shoes,
all sizes, slightly damaged.
$4 to $6.
We will sacrifice this lot at
These will not last long.
Before seeing ours and find your
Men’s Best Chicago Kip
-Boots, worth $3.50, for. .$2.50
Men’s High Grade Calf
Boots, for which other
dealers get $3.00, for.... $2.50
Men’s Split Boots, solid... .$1.25
Boys’ and Youths’ Boots at
Is as Uncertain
As Congress or a jury—Warm to
day and cold to-morrow.
Prepare for sudden changes.
Strictly first quality.
JjlT’Cheap Arties, such as some
dealers sell for firsts:
Will Interest You.
^gT'Ladies’ Fine French Kip
Button Boots, top or plain,
Warranted Genuine Hand
For Misses and Boys, regu
lar price §2.00, our price, §1.50 |
To buy Boots and Shoes,
and you will find the street
and number agrees with
the location ®f
We do not handle Job
Lot, Auction or Racket
We guarantee all Goods
to be as represented.
We sew all rips in our
shoes free of charge.
We have a First-class
repair department in our
stole. We also make Shoes
Noble’s stock of Christmas can
dies is unusually fine, this season.
Leach, the jeweler, has some of
the Latest Novelties in Silverware.
Choicest Christmas candies at
Noble’s. A large stock, rich vari
ety, and purest quality.
Vases, pretty and useful and or
namental at Noble’s. And a thou
sand other things to please the old
and the young. Dont close your
holiday purchases until you have
seen his stock of presents.
Noble is distinctly in the holi
day trade. Call and see his hand
some and elegant assortment of
china, queensware, glassware, etc.
Nothing like it for richness and
variety and reasonableness in cost
See the display of Fine Jewelry
and get prices. Chas. A. Leach.
Leach, the jeweler, has an ele
gant lirfb of watches at all prices.
Dainty and fashionable water
sets at Noble’s. Buy a set.
Fair Priced Stock
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.
OIEEALS. LL_ LEACH,
(Succesor to Carruth & Son.)
Solid and Plated Ware. . .
. . Spectacles and Eyeglasses.
A Large Line of
Holiday : NoveHies.
* Latest Designs
* And Correct Prices.
Call and Examine Goods . . .
. . . And Get Prices.
McCook, Neb., Dec. 8.1893.
F. S. Wilcox’s old
stand is for rent. In
quire of Sam Strasser
If you are looking for a fine and
ornamental lamp of any descrip
tion, don’t waste any time running
around town, but go right to head
quarters. Noble’s assortment is
simply out of sight.
Beautiful china cups and saucers
at Noble’s. Just the thing for a
nice Christmas or New Year pres
ent. Seeing is believing.
Try our TJncolored
Japan, English Breaks
fast, Gunpowder and
Tea at C. O. D. store.
Prices defy all compe=
Those exquisite chamber sets at
Noble’s cannot be duplicated iu
the Republican valley for beauty
and quality. The price is right.
What is rarer or richer than a
set of cut glass tumbers? Noble
has some handsome ones, artistic
ally cut and tasteful in design.
The largest bird is the condor.
Solid and plated ware. Leach,
Boston now phones to Milwaukee.
The England-India cable is 21,000
miles in length.
Uncle Sam ranks fourth in the pro
duction of wool.
Lace bibs at the neck do not dimin
ish at all in favor.
The man who gives as much as he
ought never growls about it.
We sell the Empire letter copying
books. Also best grades of type writ
When Oil! My! Peterson states
i that The Tribune in any manner
has ever sought to breed religious
discord and malice in this commu
nity he simply advertises himself
as a monumental and unblushing
liar of immeasurable possibilities.
Add sneak to this statement and
you have a comprehensive and a
faithful characterization of this
mendacious and contemptible little
busybody,who never tells the truth
about this paper while a lie can be
resurrected from his cowardly soul
which he imagines may damage us.
Congress re-assembled on Mon
day. The full text of the presi
dent’s message appears in this
'issue. Bead it.
Old and Young, Big and Little,
THE ■ RICH - AND - POOR
Will find wliat they want in our
VERY BEAUTIFUL DISPLAY '
.... OF... .
New Novelties, Pleasant Surprises, Immense
Quantities, all at the Lowest Prices. Come
and see them. Everybody welcomed.
McCook Book & Stationery Co.
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