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About The McCook tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 1886-1936 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 28, 1894)
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By F. M. KIMMELL.
•1.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE.
T. J. Majors, of Nemaha.
F'or Lieutenant Governor,
R. K. Moore, of Lancaster
For Secretary of State,
J. A. Piper, of llarlan.
For Auditor of Public Accounts,
Eugene Moore, of Madison.
J. S. Barti.ey, o( Holt.
H. C. Russell, of Colfax.
For Attorney General,
A. S. Churchill, of Douglas.
For Superintendent of Public Instruction,
H. K. Corbett, of York.
For Congressman—Fifth District,
\V. E. Andrews, of Adams County.
F'or Senator, 20th District,
F\ M. RATHBUN of Frontier county.
John J. Lamborn, of Indianola.
Henry If. Berry, of McCook.
Harlow W. ’Keyes, of Indianola.
Dr. A. \V. Hoyt, of Bartley.
Edgar S. Hill, of Indianola.
L. D. Richards is anothor fallen
and broken idol.
Remember a vote for John Lam
born is a vote for a republican U.
The biped capable of writing
dirtier stuff than Razee of Curtis
Courier hasn’t been conceived.
Into every editor’s life, Brother
Barnes, some crow must come,
some days must be yellow and
Colonel Barnes sulking in his
tent as described by our mutual
friend Colonel Mitchell needs but
the artist’s genius to give the scene
the touch of immortality.
So far McKeighan’s campaign
has been lacking in genuine, old
time enthusiasm. Mr. Andrfews’
friends are full of a quiet, determ
ined sort that bodes well for the
little parson’s success, and is quite
significant of a considerable change
of heart over this district with
respect to McKeighan, whose pop
ularity is evidently waning. As
has been foreshadowed in these
columns, Andrew is all right. He
is a human right, too.
Human rights first—after them
vested rights, brethren.
The republicans of Red Willow
county must see to it that the next
representative from this county in
the legislature is a republican.
Apropos of ltichards-Maupin
scrap, Walt Mason suggests that
the great and impressive moral to
be drawn from the affair is that
editors should devote more time to
We stop our perfecting press
long enough to quote Barney Hof
ob’s statement that “the democrats
have a fighting chance to elect a
governor in Nebraska, this fall.”
Nay, Barney. Only a chance to
F. M. Rathbun, the republican
nominee for state senator, is mak
ing a quiet but winning campaign.
He is a sterling, substantial citizen
and deserves to be elected by a
round majority. He is clean,hon
est and intelligent. Vote for him.
The republicans of Red Willow
county have in Harlow W. Keyes
placed in nomination for county
attorney one of our ablest and most
conscientious and painstaking
young lawyers. His worth and
popularity are well established.
He will make the county a careful,
competent and reliable legal advi
sor and public prosecutor. A vic
torious election will follow this
This is the way that Red Willow
county’s only true blue and blown
in-the-bottle republican paper pro
poses to stand up and be counted
for the state of its adoption: “The
Times-Democrat is collecting, be
sides what material it has already
been voluntarily favored with, and
will give its readers and the public
some interesting facts on some
legislative candidates running for
office in this state, during the cam
paign,and substantiate every state
ment it makes, to. Truth is what
knows. Any fool can blow.”
John Lambokn is well qualified j
to give the business interests of
Red Willow county intelligent
consideration and action.
Because republican papers do
not pitch in and abuse McKeighan
they are accused of being tame and
lacking in enthusiasm in their sup
port of Andrews. McKeighau has
been thoroughly shown up in the
papers for four years and the peo
ple know exactly what he is. So
far as the Gazette is concerned it
finds good things enough to say for
Andrews and doesn’t care to waste
time and paper reprinting the cus
sedness of McKeighan. There is
no lack of enthusiasm for Andrews,
but an earnest, determined fight is
being made for him which will
land him in congress on the *5th
day of Nov—Minden Gazette.
Ouk esteemed friend Colonel
Mitchell of the Indianola Courier
has been compelled to resort to the
use of colored glasses. His eye
sight has been sadly impaired
since the opening of the campaign
watching the savage and releutless
bosses whip TheTkibune into line
for the republican ticket. And they
do say that the Colonel is becom
ing prematurely gray haired at
beholding our imaginary but fiend
ish assaults upon Colonel Cruzen
and Major Majors. Ah me. and
Desha Bkeckenkidge, the blus
tering young bully and son of the
late lamented Colonel Willie, con
tinues to strut about the Ashland
district with a chip on his shoulder
and a bowie in his bootleg seeking
whom he may devour—or stab in
the back as the occasion may pre
sent. Desha, it is to be fondly
hoped, may yet provide the leading
attraction for a first-class Kentucky
funeral. He wouldn’t be missed.
Haklow W. Keyes is a credit
to the party that nominated him,
and he will make his party and the
people of this county a highly
creditable and reliable county
The New York democrats nom
inated David B. Hill for guberna
torial slaughter, Wednesday.
Remember you can get the high
est market price for stock hogs of
from 50 pounds weight up at the
B. & M. meat market.
Nebraska democracy agreed to
disagree beautifully. Hut the
practical situation remains the
Nebraska is well into the most
sensational campaign in the state’s
history. The result will be watched
with the liveliest solicitude.
Let us give Andrews a nice,
comfortable majority in Red Wil
low county, this fall. It can be
done. It should be done.
McKinlev’s speech in Lincoln,
next Thursday, will attract repub
lican hearers from all over Ne
braska. It will be a party field
Rest assured, nothing tending
to republican success in Nebraska
this year, will be left undone. Re
publicans are in the campaign to
win. And they’ll do it.
The cyclone which devastated
parts of northwestern Iowa and
southwestern Minnesota, last Fri
day night, was one of the most
destructive to life and property
the country has ever seen. The
list of dead will reach 100, the in
jured mauy more, while the prop
erty damages will exceed a million
Tke delay in endeavoring to
ascertain the true condition of j
needy western Nebraska has, in
our deliberate opinion, already
cost this part of the state many
citizens, and more will have gone
before any effort to succor them
will be made. This waiting policy
is reprehensible, no doubt, and bas
practically depopulated certain less
favored districts. Immigration is
far costlier than emigration.
We have seed wheat, seed rye,
and corn for sale at the elevator.
H. H. Ea.sterd^y Ac Co.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
Mrs. E.'IS. UTTER,
Piano, Organ, Guitar and Banjo.
VOICE TRAINING A SPECIALTY.
STCDIO £14 MONROE ST.
McCook, • - - NebraeKa.
Hats and (£aps
~~'X~Kq—?./ At Popular Prices,
To Suit These Times.
McCook, Nebraska. JONAS ENOEL,
going east—central time—leaves.
No. 2, through passenger. 5:40 A. M.
No. 4. local passenger. .. 0:10P.M.
No. 70, freight.0:45 A. M.
No. 04, freight. 4:30 A.M.
No. 80, freight..10:00 A. M.
No. 148, freight, made up here. 5:00 A. M.
GOING WEST—MOUNTAIN TIME—LEAVES.
No. 3, through passenger.11:35 P. M.
No. 5, local passsenger.3:25 P.M.
No. Oil, freight. 5:00 P. M.
No. 77, freight.. 4:2t P. M.
No. 143, freight, made up here.0:00 A. M.
IMPERIAL LINE.—MOUNTAIN TIME.
No. 175, leaves at. . .8:00 A. M.
No. 170. arrives at.5:40 P. M.
83?T“Note:—No. 63 carries passengers for
Stratton, Henkeiman and Haigier.
All trains run daily excepting 148,143 and
170, which run daily except Sunday.
No. 3 stops at Henkeiman and Wray.
No. 2 stops at lndiauola, Cambridge and Ar
No. so will carry passengers for lndiauola,
Cambridge and Arapahoe.
Nos. 4, 5.148, 143 and 170 carry passengers for
You can purchase at this office tickets to all
principal points in the United States and Can
ada and baggage checked through to destina
tion without extra charge of transfer. For
information regarding rates, etc. call on or
address C. E. M A ONER, Agent.
September 11th, 25th and October 3th the
Burlington Route will soli round trip tickets
good for 20 days, at one first class fare, plus
42, to all poiniR in Tennessee, Mississippi,
Alabama, Georgia, Florida, North and South
Carolina and Louisan a, except Memphis and
New Orleans, and to all points on the K. C.. F.
S. A: M.. m Missouri, east of Springfield, and
to all point* in Arkansas. Indian Territory,
Oklahoma Territory and Texas.
Ry virtue of an order of gale directed to me
from the district court ot Red Willow county,
Nebraska, on a judgment obtained before
Hon. I). T. Welly, judge of the district court
of Red Willow county, Nebraska, on the 18th
day of September, 1893, in favor of J. Coolidge
Hills as plaintiff, and against Alonzo Jay et
al. as defendants, for the sum of six hundred
fifty nine ($659) dollars and forty-six (46)cents
and costs taxed at $23 08, and accruing costs,
and co-defendants Iturton & Harvey on their
cross petition obtained a decree for the sum
of $22.80, I have levied upon the following
real estate taken as the property of said de
lendants to satisfy said judgments, to wit:
tiie east half of the south-east quarter of sec
tion six, and the north west quarter of the
south-west quarter of section 5, in township
4, north, range 28, west of the 6th P. M.. in
Red Willow county, Nebraska. And will offer
the same for sale to the highest bidder, for
cash in hand, on the 20th day of August, A.D.
1»94, in front of the south door of the court
house, in indianola, Nebraska, that being the
building wherein the last term court was
held, at the hour of one o’clock p. tn., of said
day, when and where due attendance will be
given by the undersigned.
Dated July 16th, 1894. E. It. Hanks,
W. S. MouiiAN, Sheriff of said county.
BTThe above sale was continued thirty
days for want of bidders E. R. Hanks.
Real Estate, Collections,
McCook, - Nebraska.
J. F. CANSCHOW, M'COOK,
J. F. CANSCHOW, OLD RELIABLE BOOT AND SHOD DEALER,
GOING OCT OF BUSINESS.
ENTIRE STOCK, of $12,000, consisting of Men’s, Ladies’, Misses and Child
—ap- ren’s Boots, Shoes and Slippers will be sold at and Below Cost. Sale cominenced
f Saturday, September 8th, and continues until everything is sold. Come and buy
honest made footwear for less money than you are paying for cheap, shoddy goods
elsewhere. This is your opportunity to buy footwear at a great reduction. My school
shoes are as usual the very best make. I mean business. Come ami see goods and
prices, which will convince you that money can be saved. $1 saved means $2 earned.
Do not ask for credit. This will be strictly a cash sale.
J. F. GANSCHOW,
Iii the Union Block, McCook, Nebraska.
Old Reliable Boot and Shoe Dealer.
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