The McCook tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 1886-1936, May 18, 1894, Image 8
Blue Ribbon School Shoes Have No Equal. You Can Wiggle, You Can Struggle, But we’ve Got You in our Eye; And You’ll Buy ’em, yes You’ll Buy ’em, You’ll Buy Them bye and bye. 6fiie fiiMoii . . ♦ . Softool Sfioes* /-— cJCaue 9Lo factual” V.\ 111 Blue Ribbon School Shoes Have No Equal. i Mixed Paints 90c a gallon at McMillen’s drug store. 1,000 bushels of seed potatoes for sale by Knipple. Leave your orders with us fo>- paint ing and paper-hanging. L. W. McConnell & Co. German Millet Seed 80c per bushel at the McCook Commission Company’s. HARD TIMES PRICES. Wall Paper—3 cents a roll. L. W. McConnell & Co. 1,000 bushels of seed potatoes for sale by Knipple. Sewing machines on the installment plan at Pade & Son’s. HARD TIMES PRICES. Wall Paper—3 cents a roll. L. W. McConnell & Co. White Lead $5.50 per huudred. L W. McConnell & Co. For choice meat go to the B. & M. meat market. Leave your orders with us for paint ing and paper-hanging. L. W. McConnell & Co. Knipple is selling bananas at 2b cents a dozen. Wall Paper, 3c per roll at A. McMillen’s drug store. BARD TIMK8 PRICES Wall Paper—3 oebts a roll. L. W. McConnell A Co. The Corsage Bouqet. The corsage bouquet is in again; but the only flower which is really chic and worn by the smart women on the avenue is the English violet. Larger bunches of these are worn than ever before; often they are from six to eight inches in diame ter. They are tied with many loops and ends of inch-wide violet satin ribbon, and fastened on the bust just in the center of the cor sage. With evening dress, a slightly smaller bunch is otten fastened just in front of the left shoulder, half of it resting on the left shoulder, half of it resting on the bare neck. With white or black gowns the effect is very chic; but they are also worn with those of pale pink or blue satin, says Chat in Demorest’s Magazine for June. There is a sentiment crystaliz iug for Jack MacColl in western , Nebraska which, if properly nur- j tured, will give him a formidable | following in the coming state con vention. This section of the state j : should make a stand for governor, | land Jack MacColl is a good man | to rally around. - -- C. W. Hyatt, for many years editor of the Fremont Flail, is selling all his personal property and will soon move to a warmer climate. Charles Leach will take your order for a bicycle and you can pay for it in monthly payments. Take your fat hogs to F. S. Wilcox. TYRONE NEWS. The weather prophets are quite busy. East Tyrone had a good rain on Tuesday. William Stuck is very sick, with not much hope of recovery. Mary Vorce and Mrs. Richmond took supper with Mrs. S. Moore, Thursday. Rev. Carmichael kindly loaned the Epworth league a part of his library, for a short time. Henry Watterson carries the mail now for us. He is not editing any Courier-Journal at present. C. G. Broinan and his mother went over to Cambridge, the other day, to meet friends coming to visit them. Burke & Fuller, the rustling real estate agents at Imperial, are talking of locating at McCook, says the Benkelman Pioneer. Cochran & Co. have the largest and completest stock of standard farm machinery to be found in Red Willow county. Look them over and get prices. WA [OR Will make the season of 1894 at Mad dux’s livery barn, McCook. Nebraska. He is a dark brown, coming nine years old. TERMS—$S to insure; $6 for the season; &4 for single leap. Care will be taken to prevent accidents, but I will not be responsible should any oc cur. T. J. Fate. 1,000 bushels of seed potatoes for sale by Knipple. DANBURY NEWS. Plenty of wind but no rain. Jess Ashton is not improving very rapidly. Elba Wright showed at the M. E. church, Thursday night. Editor Smith and Otto Grass went to Wilsonville, Sunday. There was a dance at Fred Hen dershot’s, last Monday night. The Epworth -League debate, last Friday evening,was very good. Fred Miller went to Wilsonville Tuesday, returning home the next day. During the wind storms of the past week, Sol. Stilgebouer’s wind mill was blown down and badly wrecked. "The Trans-Missouri Land Co.” is the name of a lately organized immigration bureau that extends from Chicago to Denver, with its principal office at Omaha. The object of this company is to place Nebraska farm land before home seekers and investors in the states east of it, in the most advantageous and systematic manner and thereby insure their sale and settlement. Messrs. Burke A Fuller of this city have secured the counties of Chase, Dundy, Hayes, Hitchcock, and the west half of Red Willow as their exclusive field of operation for the sale of land in connection with this association, with their headquarters at McCook.—Imper ial Enterprise. WANTED.-500 -StOCk hogs. F. S. Wilcox. A fine line of Bicycles kept in stock. Wheels Sold on Easy Payments. A Special Discount for Cash. Bicycle Repairing and Bicycle Supplies. Cfiias. UeacL JEWELER. ffe Do ft Fine Job Pitii. SAVE MONEY! Wall Paper, per roll - 3c. White Lead, - - - $5.50 Gilts, per roll. - - - 6c. Linseed Oil. - - - - .65 Mixed Paint, - - - 90c. Other Goods at Reduced Price. -o ^“Painting and Papering at Especially Low Prices. Leave your order* with the painters and paper hanger.. Don't give middle men a profit. McCook Paint and Wall Paper House. Corner of main and douGlass GEORGE ELBERT W. R. COLE.