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About The McCook tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 1886-1936 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 19, 1894)
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By F. M. KIMMELL
$1.50 A YEAR IN ADVAi4CE.
For Governor ,
; ; T. J. Mnjoits. of Nemaha.
For Lieutenant Governor
R. E.Moox1 ? , of Lancaster
For Secretary of State ,
J. A. PIPER , of Harlan.
For Auditor of Public Accounts ,
EUGiNEMoORE , of Madison.
For Treasurer ,
J. S. BARTI.EY , of Holt.
For Commissioner , .
H. C. RUSSELL , of Colfax.
For Attorney General ,
A. S. CHURCHILL , of Douglas.
For Superintendent of Public Instruction ,
II. R. CORBETr , of York.
For Congressman-Fifth District ,
\v. E. ANDREWS of Adams County.
For Senator , 29th District ,
F. M. RATH BUN of Frontier county.
For Representative ,
JOHN J. LAMBORN , of Indianola.
For Treasurer ,
HENRY H. BERRY , of McCook.
, For Attorney ,
HARLOW h ; KEYES , of Indianola.
For Coroner ,
DR. A. W. IIoYT , of Bartley.
For Surveyor ,
EDGAR S. HILL , of Indianola.
DON'T you know that it is different -
ferent "when you have iio wheat
to grind. "
PUT auI K after John Lamborn's
name and secure a republican U.
. S. senator.
16 to 1 corn plowing isn't the
thing , as Andrews clearly demonstrated -
strated in his speech here , last
Friday. It's too free.
1 THE opportunity is now present-
i ed for the Fifth district to redeem
H itself. Vote for Andrews and labor -
; ' bor earnestly for his election. Vie-
l 1 tory is in sight.
' AN K after the name of F. M.
' . . : Rathbun means not only a vote for
't ! ' a republican U. S. senator , but
1 will to that extent mean the selection -
tion of a capable and honest state
senator from this district.
i TEE TRIBUNE begs to be excused
t , , 1 from joining in this vociferous
hue and cry about the impending
menace to our state's credit. Firstly -
ly , because we don't believe it.
And again because we are not disposed -
posed to encourage the calamity
howling business. The republican
state ticket will be elected upon a
more honest issue than calamity
howling. It is not and should not
be necessary. Stand by the republican -
lican nominees because they are
good men aid republicanism right.
THE Lincoln Journal is evidently -
ly under contract to make of his
honor , Judge D. T. Welty of thei
t 14th judicial district , a genuine i
1 pop martyr. It is simply making
a great ado about nothing , misrepresenting -
resenting the facts , abd wasting
valuable space. When the matter
is reduced to its last analysis it
will be found that the judge has
simply used transportation that
was tendered him ; that he has
fired a court reporter he ought to
1 have dispensed with sooner ; and
I that's about all. Even a populist
judge is entitled to fair treatment.
As to his using free transportation ,
the judge 'will have to account to
his party for that breach of faith.
WHILE we do not intend to belittle -
little the importance of the issues
of the state campaign , we feel it
0111 duty to especially urge upon
the people of the Fifth district the
paramount over-reaching -
portance of the issues of the congressional -
gressional campaign. The success
of Andrews is of vaster meaning
and value to us than the simple
distribution of the local loaves and
fishes , however closely the latter
may appeal to our business sense.
Hence we urge that while the
state ticket is being pushed with
1 a vigor that means success , th at
the congressional nominee's candidacy -
didacy be forwarded with equal
energy and'determination ; and the
Fifth district will then swing into
line and make Nebraska's representation -
sentation ; in , the. lower ; houst3 at
Washington solidi'rreubhcan. .
Bartley Inter dcean.
The reports from a number o f
counties in this congressional dlis-
trict are very favorable for W. E.
Andrews , republican nominee.
Attorney Keyes has an excellent
reputation as a man , lawyer , coun-
seller and judge. He will be a
very competent and careful county
Dr. A. W. Hoyt , the republican
candidate for coroner , is not an old
resident of the county , but lie is
making a good reputation and is
worthy of your vote.
E. S. Hill is one of the pioneers
of the county , and although not
strong physically his many friends
think lie will carefully'direct , all
the business of the surveyor's
We have heard a number of
voters speak favorably of Samuel
Premer for commissioner. He is
competent and will faithfully look
alter the interests of the county
and also of the tax payers.
When in Cambridge we heard
a number of persons who know F.
M. Rathbun speak very favorably
of him and they want him elected
senator from this district. He is
an intelligent , level-headed farmer
who will carefully look after the
interests of all occupations.
Every useful and honorable occupation -
cupation should be represented in
our state legislature , hence the
voters of this county should sea to
it that J. J. Lamborn is elected.
He is an active , intelligent business -
ness man who will have an influence -
ence there with the other levelheaded -
headed , intelligent representatives
who will favor and work for all
just laws and needed reforms.
A VOTE for John Lamborn will
be a vote to put and to keep Neb -
b raska in line.
WHAT ails Beaver City , Merwin ,
that all the young fellows are running -
ning away from home ?
A VOTE for Harlow W. Keyes
will be a vote to place in office a
man of unquestioned integrity and
AT Holdrege recently , McKei-
ghan , with a characteristic grin ,
felt impelled to credit the democracy -
racy of the Fifth district with at
east horse sense enough to endorse
him. Isn't this enough to make
the defenseless dead turn over in
is unhallowed grave ? Resent the
nsult by voting for Andrews.
ANDREWS will defend the farmer -
er against the sugar trust , the laboring -
boring man against the foreigner ,
the old soldier against the prejudice -
dice of his enemies , the industries -
tries of America against England ,
and the Fifth district against the
world. Vote for W. E. Andrews.
. . The history of the past , the
depression of the present and the
hope of the future demand the
election of republicans to congress.
Mr. Andrews' loyalty and fidelity
to the interests of the people , his
sterling honesty and integrity , his
acknowledged ability , and his high
moral character urge the necessity
of his election. He will honor the
confidence of the people with respectable -
spectable conduct and faithful public -
lic servicA.-Beaver City Tribune.
Bunch grass is ripe.
School' commenced in district
26 , last Monday.
W. B. Murphy took a load of
good hogs to Wilsonville , Monday
of last week.
Mrs. David Cos has been canvassing -
vassing the precinct to ascertain
who are destitute.
At the republican caucus C. E.
Clement was nominated for assess-
Dr , and C. S. Blair for overseer of
roads. . : .
PROSPECT PARK ,
G C. Boatman was at home
Saturday and Sunday.
Miss Marsh visited with her
parents , Saturday and Sunday ,
Mr. Thompson made a business
visit in the vicinity of Atwood ,
Mrs. Boatman returned home ,
last week. She has been visiting
her sons in Iowa.
Jake Crocker is the happiest
man in Nebraska. He says that
little boy will soon be able to help ,
Old Mr. Wade had a very severe
attack of cholera morbus , one night
last weak. He has not fully recovered -
covered yet ,
The republicans have nominated
the following ticket in Driftwood
precinct : for assessor , C. T. Eller ;
overseer district 9 , W. S. Fitch ;
overseer district 35 , J. Pickrell ;
justice of the peace , W. W. Bun-
nell ; judges of election , B. S. Rile-
man , R. M. Wade and R. D. Rogers -
ers ; clerks of election , Frank Har-
bican and J. H. Wade ; constables ,
Joseph Eller and Ed Harris.
The neighbors gathered at the
home of Mr. Pickrell , on Monday
evening , in a very unexpected manner -
ner , and proceeded to have a very
enjoyable time. The evening was
spent in games of various kinds in
which all participated. They die-
parted of a late hour , \ ishin Y Mr.
and Mrs. Pickrell success and happiness -
piness in their new home in the
eastern part of the state , ' hitlier
they will depart in a short time.
Those present were Misses Marsh ,
Cratty , Shears , Holbrook , Barnes ,
Dutton , Duffey and Essie and Edna -
na Dunham ; Mesdames Holbrook ,
Cratty Y , Wade , Boatman , Dunham ,
Anderson and Barnes ; Messrs.
Dunham , Wade , Shears , Holbrook ,
Anderson , Shaw and Boatman.
Our church is now ready for
Philip Gliem is not recovering
H. H. Berry was over from Mc-
Cook , first of the week.
W. 3. Stilgebouer anti ; wife drove
to Indianola , ' 'lluisday.
Mrs. C. P. Underwood returned .
from the east , last Wednesday.
The presiding elder of the M.
E. church will he here , Sunday.
Hendley and Danbury will cross
bats on the home grounds , Friday.
Senator Young and Elder McBride -
Bride spoke to the people here ,
Lebanon and Danbury second
nines played a very interesting
game of ball , this week. ,
The McCook Mercantile Co. has
just received the fifth car of Hebron
Flour , which is giving as great
satisfaction as heretofore and which
they are selling at 80c. a sackwith
a discount for 500 pounds or more.
We also have fresh preserves , cranberries -
berries , quinces , sweet apples and
grapes. Don't fail to see their line
of choice cured meats and fish. We
keep a large variety and everything -
thing first-class in the canned
goods line. In fact we keep everything -
thing usually found in a first-class
general merchandise store. Call
and examine our stock and make a
dollar by saving one. The highest
market price paid for butter and
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.
You , can buy 100 pounds of
good flour for $1.40 , in 1,000
pound lots , from the McCook
Commission Co. They have a fine
high patent flour fc r sale at $2.00
per 100 pounds , in 1,000' pound
lots 'as well.
Highest h onorsWorld's Fair ,
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Grape Cieam of Tartar Powder. Free
from Ammonia , Alum or any other adulterant.
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
John M. Thurston in
1e era , -
Cook , Tuesday Evening ,
October 2J . Come o
lint. Oi i will ) e
entertained and profited -
ed ) T his logic and do-
Mrs. Delahoyde is visiting with
Hastings friends :
H. Waugh and daughter Flora ,
are visiting in Iva.
S. R. Messner cut a second crop
of alfalfa , last week. r
Grandma Springer is visiting
her son in western Colorada.
The teacher in district No. 11
has been unable to attend to his
duties the past week.
A number of our people were
in Wilsonville , the past week , to
attend the "Harvest Home. "
Our ball club played the Danbury -
bury team at lVilsoiiville , Friday ,
and were defeated in a score of
31 to 10.
Justice of the Peace Kelley performed -
formed a marriage ceremony , on
Tuesday , in which he made happy
Peter Franklin of Lebanon , tnd
Mrs. Margaret C. Taylor of Wil-
sonville. The couple were advanced -
vanced in years , the groom being
an even three score , while his
bhishing bridle was fifty-one. but
they seemed just as happy as
though they had been forty sum-
Iners and winters younger than
that.-Beaver City Tribune.
NOTICE ! i
The Chenery drug stock must
be closed out regardless of cost.
STOW is the time to lay in your I
Holiday presents at a slight cost.
Remember this is no fake sale , the
goods must be converted into cash C
at once. H. H. BERRY ,
P. S.-Fixtures also for sale.
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WELLS ! f
Frank Nichols guarantees the b
veils he sinks. Leave orders at
Cochran & Co's. Prompt attention t
will be given the same.
If you need a road cart or any ii
kind of a wagon , see Cochran & f
Co. They can fill the bill and at a
prices to correspond with the hard a
al , leads fruits
Knipple vay in e
and vegetables. He carries the f
freshest and largest assortment j
the market affords.
The McCook Commission Co.
keeps a large stock of all kinds of
chop feed corn and oats at lowest 1t 1
market prices. t
'Buy your writing paper at l
THE TRIBUNE office. All kinds in a
stock and prices very reasonable
Cochran & Co. carry a full line
of shelf and heavy hardware. They
always make you the right price.a
Anything you want in the hardware -
ware line at Cochran & Co.'s. 1
Dr. A. J. Thomas , Dentist , over
Ganschow's shoe store.
Tablets , inks and pencils at this
Office. . .
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, Investor ,
II I I Engineer ,
C ontractor ,
I Fr"uit Grower ,
Should be in every Monte.
The only magazine of its kind.
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'Sample copies , 1o cents.
Mc : 'fuels Brothers
ire head iaarters for
winter goods of all
binds. See them !
Buy your tablets ,
Ial:9 : eras pencils and
stationer of all kinds
i1 ; The Tribune office
next door to the post- .
hildren Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
The McCook Commission Co.
making very low prices on flour ,
eed and hay ; and these prices will
e good for the nest thirty days.
Go to them when you need any-
ling in their line.
The McCook' Commission Co.
as 50 tons of alfalfa-splendid
attening feed-for only 45 cents
bale. Also 150 tons of fine hay
t 50 cents a bale.
Remember you can get the high-
st market price for stock hogs of
rom 50 pounds weight up at the
& M. meat market.
Knipnle has just received a car
Dad of Loomis Flour , than which
here is no superior on this market -
ket , that he is selling at the very
awest figure for such a high grade
nd popular article.
FOR SALE !
We have seed wheat , seed rye ,
nil corn for sale at the elevator.
H. H. EASTERDAY Co.
ins. E : E. UTTER ,
Piano , Oman , Guitar and Banjo.
VOICE TRAINING. A SPECIALTY. .
BTUnIo 244 MONROE ST.
cCook , - - Nebraska.
; ' : hru g , ry r : n , ere' ' : , wt ! : are In r Cat. orir.
\flc a ss a Ciid , she erk i far Castvri : .
When lv , : ac anr , the dead to Caworia.
tiThea she bad Chu"siren , sio aavothem Castoria.
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IS THE BEST.
? 0 SQUEAKING
5. CORDOVAN ,
4. . _ FINECALF&KANGAI 1
- , _ $ 3.50 POLICE,3 SoLEs.
. . 'VORKING ,
" f - - $ N > vi'I2A FINE.nN $
$ 75 BOYSCNOCLSNOcS.
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SEND FOR CATALOGUE
BROCKi 0N , IkA53.
You can ease monry by purchnsiua w. L.
1lonalns shoes ,
Because , we are the largest manufacturrs of
advertised shoes in the world , and guarantee
the value by stamping the name and price oa
the bottom , which protects you against high
prices and the middleman's profits. Our shoes
equal custom work in style , easy fitting and
wearing qualities. We have them sold everywhere -
where at lower prices for the value given than
any other make. Take no substitute. If yout
dealer cannot suppiy you , we can. Sold by
DEALER whose name will shortly appear -
pear here , agents wanted.
Apply at once.
0 ORE ACK CHE
INFLAMATIOIJ cf1NC BLADDER.pNo
ALL KIDNEY DISEASES .
onecent a dose.
Itis sold on agnarinte3 by all drug-
gists. It cures Incipient Conumption
and iiI the I + est Cough and CrouD Cure.
Can't Pull Out ?
Bow On the Jas. Boss Filled
Watch Cases , made by the
keystone % 'atch Case Coln
many. Philadelphia. It roe -
tects LheWatch _ from the ick-
ocket , and revents it fr
dropFing. Can _ only be had
: with cases scamPedi - -
with this trade mark. ' '
Sold l , without extra charge
for this bow ( ring ) , through
Watch dealers only.
-Ask your ] jeweler for Pam _
phlet , or send to makers. .
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