The McCook tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 1886-1936, March 09, 1894, Image 8

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    Here
Is a Sale
That
Is a Sale.
I3if~83 pairs of Men’s
Fine Calf Lace Shoes, all
size 7, worth from $3.50
to $4.25. We make the
price
$2.00
For your choice.
Lot 2.
60 pairs Men’s Congress
Shoes, New Staple Ooods,
all sizes, per pair
$1.00.
Come Everybody.
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A....
Catastrophe
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For Us—
A Chance For Yon.
fW” 59 pairs of Men’s Fine
Calf & Kangaroo Congress Shoes,
all sizes, slightly damaged.
Former Price
$4 to $6.
We will sacrifice this lot at
$2.50
per pair.
These will not last long.
Don’t
You Kick
If You
Buy Boots
Before seeing oars and find your
self disappointed.
We sell....
Men’s Best Chicago Kip
Boots, worth $3.50, for. .$2.50
Men’s igh 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
proportionote prices.
The
Weather
These Days
Is as Uncertain
As Congress or a jury—Warm to
day and cold to-morrow.
Prepare for sudden changes.
Arties,
Strictly first quality.
Men’s. $1.50
Women’s. 1.15
Misses’.95
ISlT’Cheap Arties, such as some
dealers sell for firsts:
Men’s.90
Women’s.75
Here
They Are!
Prices That
Will Interest You.
pg^Ladies’ Fine French Kip
Button Boots, top or plain,
$3.50
Warranted Genuine Hand
Sewed Turns.
Little Giant
School Shoes,
For Misses and Boys, regu
lar price $2.00, our price, $1.50
Post
Yourself
m i f
On The
Best Place
To buy Boots and Shoes,
and you will find the street
and number agrees with
the location *f
Our Store.
We do not handle Job
Lot, Auction or Backet
Goods.
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
to order.
Try our Uncolored
Japan, English Break
fast, Gunpowder and
Basket-Fired JAPAN
Tea at C. O. D. Store.
Our prices defy Com
petition.
A valuable 64-page medical ref
erence book for men and women
will be sent free to any address on
receipt of two 2-cent stamps and
mentioning this, paper,by address
ing Dr. Hathaway & Co., St Joe,
Missouri. _
Come ih early and
often and see the fine
line of meats at the B.
& M. Meat Market.
You can buy stationery right at
The McCook Tribune Office.
Special prices on
White Lead at A. Mc
Millen’s.
A few cents will buy a nice box
of good writing paper at this office.
_ I
To Whom it Hay Concern: / pro
pose to carry a finer line of meats
than any other house in the city.
F. S. WILCOX.
We carry a complete line of the
latest revised legal blanks for sale
at this office. '
We invito inspection and defy com
petition in quality and price of Heat
at the B. A H. Heat Harket.
HARD TIMES PRICES.
Wall Paper—3 cents a roll.
L. W. McConnell & Co.
Mixed Paints 90c a
gallon at McMillen’s
drug store.
DANBURY NEWS.
Nice weather we are having.
Mr. Leisure is building a store south
ofS. S. Cass’.
Powell Bros, shipped four car loads
of stock from here, last week.
William F. Everist has laid in a good
supply of ice for the coming season.
The Danbury school gave an enter
tainment, last Saturday night, which
was very good.
The snow has about all disappeared
and has left the ground in splendid
condition for spring work.
The good people of Danbury and vi
einity organized a union Sunday school,
last Sunday. Everybody is cordially
invited to attend. C. A. N.
HARD TIMES PRICES.
Wall Paper—3 cents a roll.
L. W. McConnell & Co.
TYRONE MEWS.
Dr. Reno has moved into Wm. Smith’s
house.
Wm. Walker is boring a well for Ed.
Richmond.
W.C. McTaggart of Crete has moved
his place near Tyrone.
J. C. Moore has leased his farm near
Wilsonville to Nels Lundstrnm.
Frank Moore has commenced a sing
ing school in the district east of us.
Mrs. F. R. Sprague of Wilsonville is
visiting a few days with Mrs. Moore.
John Morgan has rented 140 aores of
W. H. Moore’s land south of Tyrone
for a period of three years.
Leave your orders with us for paint
ing and paper-hanging.
L. W. McConnell & Co.
Try the Cream Pork Sautago at
the B. A M. Meat Market.
White Lead $5.50 per hundred.
L. W. McConnell & Co.
BEWARE.—Do not
buy poor truck, but
go straight to the B.
& M. Meat Market
and get as choice a
cut of meat as can be
produced.
MoMillen Bros, have a splendid as
sortment of Robes and Horse Blankets.
Their stock of Harness and Saddlery
is uneqGalled in western Nebraska.
Sewing machines at
$5.00 per month on
the installment plan
at Fade & Son’s.
Nice assortment of writing papers
for sale at Thh Tribune stationery
department.
Wall Paper, 3c per
roll at A. McMillen’s
drug store.
"—
Ink, pens, pencils school tablets, etc.,
at The Tribune stationery department.
Wanted:--Fat and
stock hogs at the B.
& M. Meat Market.
HARD TIMES PRICES.
Wall Paper—3 cents a roll.
L. W. McConnell & Co.
Leave your orders with us for paint
ing and paper-hanging.
L. W. McConnelu & Co.
■ ----- !
We don’t sell pack
ing house lard, but
our own make.
F. S. Wilcox.
Dr. A. J. Thomas, Dentist, office in
Union block, over J. F. Ganschow’s.
__
Seventy-five cents buys a scale book
of 500 tickets at this office.
Gilt Wall Paper, 6c
a roll at McMillen’s
drug store.
RED WILLOW.
Several farmers were plowing, last
Saturday.
Mrs. Longnecker has been quite
sick for some time.
Bob Thomas’ sale was well attended
and fair prices were paid for everything
sold.
Rev. Mather has returned from his
eastern sojourn, looking quite hale and
hearty.
We heard that Clinton Black had
the good luck to shoot a wolf, the
other day.
Charles By field and Jacob Long
necker attended the convention of the
Y. P. S. C. E. at Lebanon, Saturday.
Mr. Loomis has advertised his sale
for next Tuesday. He expects to move
to Oregon to engage in fruit growing.
Mr. M. P. Mulford is expecting a
visit, this week, from a brother-in-law
who resides in Eugene City, in the
Willamette valley, Oregon.
Lewis Longnecker has been very
successful as a trapper, having trapped
five skunks in a few days. Poultry
raisers should now tender him a vote of
thanks.
Mr. Holland says that alfalfa can be
profitably produced on the divide, or
upland, by carefully preparing the soil.
He speaks both from observation and
experience.
Four persons united with the Christ
ian church during the revival meetings
Their names are, Lulu Mulford, Katie
Longnecker, Nellie Canaga and Walter
Sly. They were baptized in the Wil
low, last Saturday.
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.
Mixed Paint $1.00 a gallon.
L. W. McConnell & Co.
Mrs. M. E. Barger is now re
ceiving her spring goods, which
embrace the latest styles in mil
linery, hats, bonnets, etc. Give
her a call on west Dennison st.,
and inspect her goods and get her
“hard times” prices. She carries
a nice and complete stock in her
line.
Knipple is making very reason
able prices on flour. He is selling
an extra fine high patent flour for
only $1.20 a sack. Nothing finer.
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 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.
Alfalfa seed at $5 to $7 per
bushel; clover, timothy, red top
and blue grass seeds. McCook
Commission Co.
Seed oats, wheat and corn of
the varieties best adapted to this
climate and soil. McCook Com
mission Co.
Buckwheat flour, oat meal, corn
meal, flour, feed, and baled hay,
for sale by McCook Commission
Co. _
A sack of Snowflake flour will
only cost you 85 cents at Knipple’s
grocery store. It's worth a dollar.
Fine irrigated potatoes at Knip
ple’s for 85 cents a bushels. They
are the finest in the market.
Onions, extra fine, at Knipple’s
for 85 cents a peck.
The Arlington House.
Rates $1.00 Per Day.
Refurnished and Refitted
^^"First-class Accommodations.
J. S. CULBERTSON,
Proprietor.
A. J. BITTENHOU8E. C. H. BOYLE,
RITTENHOUSE & BOYLE,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
MoCOOK, NBB.
J. E. KELLEY,
ATTORNEY -:- AT LAW,
AGENT LINCOLN LAND CO.
McCOOK, - - NEBRASKA.
Qrrica: In rear of First National Bank.
J. A. GUNN,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
McCOOK.NEBRASKA.
a ®"Omci—Front rooms over Lowman &
“2“ ? «t?re- Basipancn 402, McFarland at.,
two blocks north of McBntee hotel. Prompt
attention to all calls.
R. A. COLE,
-LEADING
MERCHANT - TAILOR
OF MCCOOK,
Has just received his fall and win
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, on Dennison ftreet.
. PATRONIZE .
FRANK ALLEN’S DRAYS. *
□raying in ail its Branches.
CiPSand Hauling. Safe Moving * r
a Specialty.
HO HTBA CEA20Z FOB BAOUHO TBTOXS Af HIOHT
. taTneave orders at coal yards, and at res
■dence. No. 206 Madison street, betwwn
Dennison and Dodge streets, McCook/ 6®”
For farmrioauscafi
on C. J. Ryan.