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About The McCook tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 1886-1936 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 16, 1894)
Is a Sale
Is a Sale.
pgf~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.
60 pairs Men’s Congress
I Shoes, New Staple Goods,
all sizes, per pair
A Chance For You.
t5|P 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 igli 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.
|5gf~Cheap Arties, such as some
dealers sell for firsts:
Will Interest You.
IggPLadies’ Fine French Kip
Button Boots, top or plain,
Warranted Genuine Hand
For Misses and Bovs, 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 •£
We do not handle Job
Lot, Auction or Racket
We guarantee all Goods
to be as represented.
We sew all rips in our
shoes fi’ee of charge.
We have a First-class
repair department in our
stole. We also make Shoes
The McCook Com
mission Co. received
another car of Mono
We don’t sell pack
ing house lard, but
our own make.
F. S. Wilcox.
By trading at Knipple’s grocery
store you are certain of receiving
the best and purest goods the mar
ket affords and at the lowest prices
consistent with safe business.
You can get a sack of Straight
patent flour at Knipple’s for $1.00.
No better value for the money can
be secured in the city.
Remember that Knipple fully
warrants every sack of flour that
he sells. You are sure of receiv
ing a good article every time.
You can buy stationery right at
The McCook Tribune Office.
Dr. A. J. Thomas, Dentist, office in
Union block, over J. F. Gausehow’s.
Extra fine, firm cabbage for 4
cents a pound at Knipple’s.
Parsnips only 8 cents a pound at
Knipple’s grocery store.
A nice coffee at Knipple’s for
25 cents a pound. Try a pound.
Try our Uncolored
Japan, English Break
fast, Gunpowder and
Tea at C. O. D. Store
Our prices defy Com
buy poor truck, but
go straight to the B
& M. Meat Market
and get as choice a
cut of meat as can be
The best $1 flour
in town at the B. &
M. Flour and Feed
store. 211 Main St.
McMillen Bros, have a splendid as
sortment of Rubes and Horse Blankets.
Their stock of Harness and Saddlery
is unequalled in western Nebraska.
Sewing machines at
$5.00 per month on
the installment plan
at Pade & Son’s.
Nice assortment of writing papers
for sale at The Tribune stationery
Wanted: —Fat and
stock hogs at the B.
& M. Meat Market.
Seventy-five cents buys a scale book
of 500 tickets at. this office.
To Whom it May Concern: / pro
pose to carry a finer line of meats
than any other house in the city.
F. S. WILCOX.
Ink, pens, pencils school tablets, etc.,
at The Tribune stationery department.
Try the Cream Pork Sausago at
the B. & M. Meat Market.
F. S. Wilcox’s old
stand is for rent. In
quire of Sam Strasser
Onions, extra tine, at Knipple’s
for 35 cents a peck.
Homer Smith is working for J.
Dr. Reno talks of moving into
the Chessman house.
Our storm was greatly mellowed
by the cbiuook wind.
Dr.Dorrence, near Tyrone, rais
ed over 500 bushels of pop corn,
the past season.
Everett Moore, from theWillow,
reached here Wednesday, and is
settled on his farm.
Mrs. Pate has returned from her
visit at the old parental home.
Lewis Fauss was an acute suf
ferer from rheumatism, last week.
The ground is covered with a
heavy snowfall. It may help the
S. A. Speer was in Indiauola in
the interest of the Star of Jupiter
society, last week.
Quite a pleasant time was had at
the young people’s gathering at
John Baldwin’s, last week.
Neighbor Carpenter may embark
in the livery business soon. He
will lease his farms or sell with
stock and tools in connection.
Vailtou school has been augmen
ted by older pupils. It is well for
young men to take advantage of
every opportunity for improvement
rather than to spend their time in
hunting, whittling dry goods boxes
and kindred diversions.
Fine irrigated potatoes at Knip
ple’s for 85 cents a bushels. They
are the finest in the market.
The Populist editors resolved not
to advertise the big Republican
papers, or to club with them or in
any way assist in promoting their
circulation. They do not generally
stick to it, but the policy suggested
is all right, and it should be adop
ted by all country newspapers to
ward all metropolitan papers. It
were better for the country pub
lishers to subscribe and pay cash
for the one or two daily papers he
needs in his business than to ad
vertise them. He cuts his own or
his neighbor’s list every time the
advertisement has any effect. This
is one of the reasons why the coun
try press is declining. People send
too much money away for the big
metropolitan weeklies, while the
home paper, if it gets them on its
list at all, must extend credit and
lose half the amount in collecting
what it can squeeze out of delin
quents. There are two things that
should never appear in a country
paper—the ad. of a city paper and
a dun of its own subscribers. The
country publisher should adopt the
cash system and subscribe himself
for such dailies as he wants.—Lin
coln Herald. Amen!
A sack of Snowflake flour will
onlv cost you 85 cents at Knipple’s
grocery store. It's worth a dollar.
Come in early and
often and see the fine
line of meats at the B.
& M. Meat Market.
We carry a complete line of the
latest revised legal blanks for sale
at this office.
A few cents will buy a nice box
of good writing paper at this office.
Crane's writing paper for sale
at The Tribune stationery dept.
The Arlington House.
Rates $1.00 Per Day.
Refurnished and Refitted.
J. S. CULBERTSON,
A. J. RITTENHOUSE. C. H. BOYLE.
RITTENHOUSE & HOYLE,
ATTORNEYS - AT - LAW
J. E. KELLEY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
AGENT LINCOLN LAND CO.
MCCOOK, - - NEBRASKA.
Office: In rearof First National Rank.
J. A. GUNN,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
esrOFFICK—Fiont rooms over bowman &
Sou’s store. Besidenck 402, McFarland st.,
two blocks north of McEniee hotel. Prompt
attention to all calls.
R. A. COLE,
MERCHANT - TAILOR
Has just received his fall and win- J
ter stock of Cloths and Trimmings
which will be made up as reason
able as possible. Shop first door
west of Barnett Lumber Co.’s of
fice, ou Dennison ftreet.
To Charles A. Ausiin. non resident deft.
You are hereby notified ili d on the8th day
of February, A. L>., 1894. Emilio Austin filed
a petition against you in the district court of
lied Willow county, Nebraska, the object
and prayer of which are to obtain a divorce
from you on the ground that you have gross
ly, wantonly and cruelly refused and neglec
ted to provide for Iter support and mainten
i ance. although of snflieieitt ability to do so;
I for extreme cruelty, desertion and adultery,
I and to obtain the custody of Iter children,
! Addie aged two years mid Daisy aged one
year. You are required to answer sattl peti
tion on or before Monday, the 19th day of
March, A. 1). 1894.
EM1UIE AUSTIN, Plaintiff.
By J. E. Kelley, her attorney. 38-4ts.
Money is a necessary evil, but a
little goes a long way when you
j buy your groceries at Noble’s.
IMPERIAL EGG FOOD.
B. & M. Flour and Food Store.
Pillsburys Best,.$1.50 per sack.
Boss, granulated H. P... 1.35 per sack.
Monogram “ “ 1.20 per sack.
Charm “ “ 1.15 per sack.
91 “ “ 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. H. H. Troth,
211 Main street. Manager.
We invite inspection and defy com
petition in quality and price of Meat
at the B. & M. Meat Market.
Kuipple is making very reason
able prices on flour. He is selling
an extra fiiae high patent flour for
only §1.20 a sack. Nothing finer.
M onogram F lour
can’t be beaten for
making good bread.
$1.20 per sack.
By virtue of an order ot sale directed to me
from i he district court of Red Willc w county,
Nebraska, on a judgment, obtained before
Hon. D.T.Welty, judge of the district court of
Red Willow county. Nebraska on thelHtbday
of December. 1893, in favor of George A. Dew
ey as plaintiff.and against Eibert J Henderson
et a) hm defendants, for the sum of five hun
dred sixty-eight ($568.00) dollars and (98) cents,
and costs taxed at $22.18 and accruing costs,
and Burton & Harvey on the same day on
their cross-petition having obtained a decree
for the sum of $33 25. I have levied upon the
following real estate taken as the property of
said defendants to satisfy said judgments, to
wit: The east half of the northwest quarter
and the west half of the northeast quarter of
section twenty nine, in township two. north of
range twenty-nine, west or the 6«h P. M . in
Ited Willow county. Nebraska. And will offer
the same for sale to the highest bidder, for
cash iti hand, on the 12th day of March A. !).,
1894, in frout of the south door of the court
house in Indianola. Nebraska, that being the
building wherein the last term of court was
held, at the hour of one o’clock. P. M., of said
day. when and where due attendance will he
given by the undersigned. Dated Feb. 1. 1894.
E. K BANKS. Sheriff of said county.
W. S. Moklak. Attorney. 38-5ts.
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