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About The McCook tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 1886-1936 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 31, 1894)
No Favorites. —
- - No Bad Debts.
30 Days Net to Reliable Parties.
FTEK a Very Thorough Test of the 4
('redit System, I have concluded I
to change to CASH, or thirty days
net to reliable parties. By this
means I shall increase trade and give
YOU ALL THE BENEFIT
of what heretofore had to be charged
for uncollectable accounts. This is no
reflection on you, but a plain business
statemement. I can easily afford to sell
at lower prices in this way.
I Spot Cash Always Buys The Best.
. . Of Plan.
Five cars of hogs were sold here
Our ball club plays at Wilsou
Frank Meyers departed for Iowa,
C. L. Lyman went east on the
stock train, Wednesday.
The Sunday" school picnic, yes
terday, was a success in every par
R. A. Evarts, of Denver, is here
buying cattle. He will ship them
west to feed.
William Fry, of Marengo, Iowa,
bought a car load of stock hogs at
this place, Wednesday.
The Danbury and Indianola
base ball clubs played at this place,
last Saturday. Danbury won in a
score of 46 to 9.
The thirteen-year old daughter
of Mr. Playford, living nine miles
southeast of Danbury, died, yes
terday morning, from the effects
of the burn received, occasioned
by the explosion of a lamp.
Grover says the new tariff bill
is full of crudities and inconsist
encies but he cannot stand out
against the democratic majority.
So he allowed the measure to be
come a law without his signature,
at the same time vowing vengence
on the traitors within the demo
The Omaha Weekly Bee,
12 PAGES EACH WEEK,
To Nov. 1§,
(STAMPS OR SILVER.}
THE OMAHA BEE,
If the Japanese-Cliinese war
continues long we will all have a
very rich down-east twang to our
tongues attempting to pronounce
the outlandish names of the battles
fought. The celestial nomencla
ture is nicely calculated to give an
American cold feet anyhow.
The Populist state ticket is as
follows: Governor, S. A. Holcomb;
Lieutenant Governor, J. N. Gaffin;
Secretary of State, J. McFadden;
Auditor, C. A. Wilson; Treasuser,
John H. Powers; Attorney Gen
eral, Daniel B. Carry: Commis
sioner, Sidney J. Kent: Superin
intendent, W. A. Jones.
A V0TE for W. E. Andrews is a
vote for a man who is in favor of
the coinage of the American silver
and will favor international as well
as national bimetalism, is in favor
of protecting American markets,
American labor and industries
against that of foreign countries.
In short, he is in favor of every
thing that goes to build up the
American people and make this a
Cochran & Co. have on display
a large line of carriages, phietons,
buggies, road carts, spring wag
ons, etc. Completest stock in Ked
Willow county. Inspect them if
you want anything in that line.
For harness warranted to be first
class in material as well as in work
manship; also the most complete and
best stock of saddlery, see L. Penner.
second door south of A. 0. IT. W.
Corked faced collars, light, cool and
| elastic, warranted not to gall horse's
shoulders, for sale by L. Penner. Sec
ond door south of the A. O. IT. W.
Ink, pens, pencils school tablets, etc.,
at The Tribune stationery department.
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.
Bananas only 25 only 25 cents a
dozen at Knipple's.
Lettuce and radishes at Knipple’s
Baled Hay. McCook
Hog buyers are scouring the
Mrs. "Win. Pennington is on the
J. L. Townley and family were
Indianola visitors, Tuesday.
S. W. Cunningham visited at
this place last Sunday.
Mr. Hayes, who will teach in
district No. 5. was in town last
The ball game at this place, last
Saturday, resulted in favor of the
Several of our young folks at
tended the Sunday school picnic
at Danbury, Thursday.
It is generally understood that
the sudden eclipse of the Gaffin
gubernatorial boom in the Grand
Island convention was a regular
cut and dried affair. It was rep
resented to Gaffin and his adher
ents that Holcomb only wanted
the nomination for governor to
help boost him into the senate,
and that it had been determined
by the pop spell binders that if
they succeeded in carrying the
election and getting the legisla
ture they would elect Holcomb
senator, Billy Bryan to the con
trax-y notwithstanding, and then
he, Gaffin, being lieutenant-gov
ernor, would slide into his place
and rule Nebraska all the same for
the next two years. Now, did the
Holcombites keel-haul brother
Gaffin when they gave him taffy
of this sort or did the really mean
are headquarters for
Harness, Saddles, Fly
Nets, Dusters, etc.
If you want a well put down in fine
shape see Frank Niohols. He guaran
tees his work. Leave orders at S. M.
Cochran & Co.’s.
Knipple is selling bananas at 25
cents a dozen.
Louis Fauss and wife are visit
ing relatives in Kansas.
Edward Rogers and Mr. Will
iams just south will remain in
Illinois for a time.
The weather remains warm
warm enough for all earthly and
Some of our friends are looking
over the irrigated fields of the San
Luis valley, Colorado.
We are sorry to lose neighbor
Tcdd and family. Mr. T. is one
of those every-day, whole-souled
men we like to meet.
Dick Williams has moved onto
the old homestead, and will take
charge of the postoffice in the
absence of his father.
There was sickness reported at
the Allam home, Monday, Dr.A.P.
Welles in attendance. We trust
there has been improvement ere
The typhoid fever oases have not
been of a serious nature yet. We;
see Joe Eller is about once more;
but neighbor Jones’ little girl is no
better at this writing.
Mr. Hendricks. McCook, passed
through this neighborhood with a
load of apples, a few days since.
By the way, there are apples grow-1
ing in an orchard in view of the:
writer. Only a limited number,,
The Tariff, Financial. Hawaiian
and other questions of the day do
not interest the people hereabout
as much as the question where can
I get the most and best groceries
for the money. C. M. Noble can
answer the question to the satis-)
faction of all.
The McCook Com
mission Co. has the
best grades of Flour
at bottom prices.
SOMETHING VERY INTERESTING
To the Head of the Family from the
McCook Mercantile Co
The McCook Merchantile Co. ha.i just
received a full line of Hats and Caps,and
an excellent asssortment of Men’s and
Boys’ Clothing on which prices will be
made to suit the times. Also another
car load of that White Bread Hebron
Flour, which is as good as any 90 cent
flour sold in this locality, which they
will sell for 75 cents: they guarantee this
flour; try it and be convinced of its good
qualities, and save 50 cents a hundred
on your flour.
Their prices on ail goods are as low as
ever, and they still continue to defy
competition on prices.
The advice of all who know is, to do
vour trading with McCook Mercantile
Co., if you wish to reduce your living
expenses these hard times
u e maxe a specialty ot fine jod print
ing. Our samples of fashionable and ele
gant stationery for invitations, programs
etc., is not excelled in Nebraska
Mr. Hocknell goes to Omaha tonight,
then to Denver to spend Sunday with
the family. We understand that the
family will in the course of a month go
on to California to spend the winter, and
that A. Barnett and wife will occupy the
home here during the winter
Perhaps the saddest feature of the
mild, very mild, epidemic of smallpox
existing in our city, is the formation of
so many Ananias clubs up and down the
valley among our neighboring towns.
And each club is endeavoring to out
You will find all the fruits, berries
and vegetables, in season at Noble’s.
And they will be the freshest and best
the market affords.
Fifteen (15) cents will buy a box of
nice writing paper at this office, con
taining 24 sheets of paper an 24 envel
We are selling meats cheaper than
any one in the city. And we do as we
advertise. F. S. Wilcox.
Abstracts of title will be furnished
promptly and accurate by
C. T. B3GC-S.
J. H. O’Niel reports having 2700 psach
trees all alive and doing well on his
place south of the city.
Fine and complete line of calling cards
at The Tribune. Also order taken for
McCook is as safe as a clock so far as
danger from disease is concerned.
CHATTEL MORTGAGE SALE.
Notice: Whereas, David Carpenter, L> a
certain chattel mortgage dated April 4111,1894,
and filed in the office of the county clerk of
Red Willow county. Nebraska, on the 5th day
of April, 1894, mortgaged to George J. Burge-.,
of McCook, Red Willow county, Nebraska,
the following described property, to-wit: one
double-seated McFarland carriage complete;
one Keyes Bros.’ spring wagon complete; on*
black mare coming five year, old, weigh*
I about 1100 pounds, named Queen; one black
horse coming six years old, weight about 1100
I pounds, called I’nnce. And whereas the
1 mortgage was given to secure the payment of
I one promissory note therein described, dated
April 4th, 1894, for $23o, and payable August
4th. 1894, with interest at ten per cent per
annum from maturity. And whereas the
amount claimed to be due on said mortgag *
at the time of the first publication of this no
tree is two hundred and thirty-one dollars and
ninety cents. And whereas default has been
made in the payment of said mortgage arid
the note secured thereby, now therefore publi
notice is hereby given that in pursuance of
said mortgage, and by virtue of the Statute-,
of Nebraska in such case.-, made and provided,
the undersigned will, on Saturday, the 15th
day of September, 1804. at 2 o’clock in the
afternoon of said day, at the corner of Mam
and Dennison streets, and in front of the
Citizens Bank of McCook, in the city of M ;
Cook, Red Willow county, Nebraska, sell the
above described property at public auction to
the highest bidder, for cash in hand, and will
continue said sale from day to day until said
mortgage and note are satisfied, and all costs
and accruing costs. Dated this 23d day of
August, 1894. George J. Burgess.
By A. J. Rittenhouse, his attorney. 14 4
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at McCook, N:.i.
August 7th, 15594.
Notice i_- hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his intention
to make final commutation proof in support
of his claim, and that said proof will be mad ■
before Register or Receiver at McCook, N:
braska, on Monday, September 17th. 1S94, v:
Orian G. Phillips, homestead entry No. 10,367,
for the southwest quarter of section 11, town
ship 4, north, range 30, west of the 6th p. r
lie names the following witnesses to prov :
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of said land viz: Milton It. Cole, William if
Epperly, George H. Simmerman and John B
Smith, all of McCook. Nebraska.
A. S. Campbell, Register
When 3abv- wa» sick, wo gave her Castoria.
When she a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When 3he became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
When she had Children, she gave them, Castoria. ^
Knipple always leads in fruits
and vegetables. He carries the
freshest and largest assortment
the market affords.
£3T“Buy your writing paper at
The Tribune office. All kinds in
stock and prices very reasonable
Flour and Feed of
all kinds at McCook
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