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About The McCook tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 1886-1936 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 26, 1894)
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By F. M. KIMMELL.
$1.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE.
For Governor ,
T. J. MAJORS. Of Nemaha.
For Lieutenant Governor
R. E. MOORE , of Lancaster
For Secrctaiy of State ,
J. A. PIPER , of Ilarlan.
For Auditor of Public Accounts ,
EUGENE MoORE , of Madison. ,
For Treasurer ,
J. 5. BARTLEY , of Bolt.
For Commissioner ,
11. C. RUSSELL , of Colfax.
For Attorney General ,
A. S. CIIURcIn.t , of Douglas.
For Superintendent of Public Instruction ,
' H : R : COR11ETr ; of York.
For Congressman-Fifth District ,
w. 1 ; . ANDREWS , of Adams County.
For Senator , 29th District
F. M. RATI11WN of Frontier county.
For Ite resentative ,
JOHN J. LAMEORN , of Indianola.
For Treasurer ,
IJINRY ! IL BERRY , of McCook.
For Attorney ,
HARLOW . KEYES , of Indianola.
For Confiner ,
DR. A. w. HOYT , of Bartley.
For Surveyor ,
EDGAR S. HILL , of Indianola.
.WHEN the word republican appears -
pears to view , put g X there. It
will be all right.
THE York Times claims that
some people make the great blun
der of being too smart.
THE little parson tt ill treat the
opposition to a big surprise party ,
- next Tuesday a week.
PUT a X after Harlow W. Keyes'
name. You cannot regretit. He
will make au excellent county
attorney every body admits.
THE republicau state ticket will
be elected by a good majority , . and
1 the majority may even be large , so
climb upon the band wagon. You
can't afford to get out of line.
ANDREWS will carry Adams , he
will carry Clay , he will carry Hall ,
he vill carry Webster ; in fact he
will carry dearly every county in
THE 5th district wust he Iu tin e
Nebraska will then have a solid
republican congressional delegal-
tiou. Give the little parson your
unswerving support and your vote.
THE vital importance of the
issue , not the individual , should
be considered , this campaign.-
United States senator at stake
makes it imperative that the next
representative from Red 'Willow
county shall be a republican. Vote
for John J. Lamborn.
THE fitness of Prof. Andrews for
the position to which he aspires is
not disputed by the opposition.
His record in public and private
life is clean and without a flaw.
The people are with him in this
canvass and in the election soon
to follow he will come off the vie S
tor with a good round majority.-
, Red Cloud Argus.
ALREADY shipments of gold to
'Europe have started , and the
j treasury officials are trembling and
seem to be at a loss to account for
- an outflow at this time. The money
l is probably sent over there to pay
the foreign workmen for making
goods that have been sent in since
the passage of the new tariff law-
goods that should have been made
. in America by American workmen.
HON. W. E. ANrn Ews is in many
ways pursuing a somewhat different -
ent style of campaign this fall than
two years ago. He is unquestionably -
ably brighter and iuore active , and
. it is gratifying to know that he
addresses large crowds wherever
lie goes. Can McKeighan say as
much ? . . . .Have you heard the
: latest ? The democrats of the. big
fifth have placed in nomination , by
petition , for democratic congressman -
man , Hon. Thomas F.Asliby of
Bloomington : ' Mr. Ashby was the
receiver of the Bloomiugtdn land
office under Cleveland's first administration -
ministration , and is a bentlemau
well known throughout the dis-
trict.-Red Cloud Chiefs ,
C Y }
Bartley Inter Ocean.
J. C. Gammill returied , Tuesday -
day , from a full meeting of the
congressional committee at Hast-
iags. Everything seems favorable -
ble for the election of Audrews ;
but all wishing a careful , capable ,
working representative should not
fail to work earnestly and wisely
for his election.
Every person deserves cowmen-
. dation for trying to promote tem-
perauce , but the prohihitionists in
this county are not likely to. elect
any of their ticket , this year , hence
they should carefully consider the
subject of voting for J. J. Lam-
born for representative.
John J. Lamborn , republican
candidate for 'representative , was
looking after his political interests
in this precinct , last Saturday. He
has the qualifications to represent
the county with credit. Give him
John J. Lamborn , republicau
candidate for representative , is
making an earnest and energetic ,
campaign. If you are a republican -
can vote for him ; if lie is elected
he will be able to cast his vote for
a republican United States senator
H. W Keyes will be our next
county attorney. He will receive
a large number of populist votes
all over the county.
LARGE and intelligent audiences
greet Professor Andrews all over
the district. The clear and forcible -
ble manner in which our candidate
presents the issues before the people -
ple makes many friends of those
who" were , formerly against him.
The little giant of the fifth is a
winner..The people of this district -
trict are going to send a man to
congress who will be a credit to
them and the state , who will not
betray Nebraska's interests b y
casting a free trader's vote but
will carefully guard its interests
with jealous care , and that man's
came is spelled A-n d r-e-w-s.--
Red Cloud Argus.
AN inquisitive reader wants to
know , "what is a democrat ? "
, J. . Hulip nos a business visitor -
itor , T Ii ursdai.
This extremely dry weather is
McKeighan spoke to a fair
sized crowd , Tuesday.
S. B. Sutton of Oberlin , was
selling onions here , this week.
G. B. Morgan sold a car load
of potatoes , last Tuesday , at 70
cents per bushel.
Mrs. Burbridge returned home ,
last Wednesday , from a visit with
relatives in Illinois ,
A new floor in our post office.
A car load of apples was unloaded -
loaded here , Thursday.
B. F. Bradbury is to build a
new store building , 50011.
Mr. Waugh is expected home
from Iowa , in a few days.
A foot race is on the bill boards.
Vandenburg and Porter are the
McKelghan passed through our
village , Thursday , bound for Danbury -
bury , where he spoke.
The McCook Commission 'Co.
is making very low prices on flour ,
feed and hay ; and these prices will
be good for the next thirty days.
Go to them when you need anything -
thing m their line.
THE BARNETT LUMBERFCo. sells
the best Canon City coal in the
market at $7.50 per ton , We are
selling a Colorado soft coal at $5
per ton : Seud us your orders.
The McCook Commission Co.
has 50 tons of alfalfa-splendid
fattening feed-for only 45 cents
a bale. Also 150 tons of fine hay
at 50 cents-a bale.
FOR SALE !
We have seed wheat , heed rrye ,
and 'corn for sale at the elevator.
H. H. EASTEBDAY & Co.
PROSPECT PARK ,
Miss Marsh was at home over
Mrs. Wade has been on the sick
list the past week.
Miss Kate Duffey visited with
the Wades , Saturday.
Mr. Pickrell and family departed -
ed , Saturday , for the eastern part
of the state , to remain during the
A pleasant evening , party was
held at the residence of Nr. Sea-
mands , recently. Refreshments
Mr. Anderson started for Texas
the first of the week. His family
will remain here , as he expects to
return in the spring.
Our school has been very much
reduced in number , but , fully as
much interest is taken as though
the attendant e was three times as
largf , .
The neighbors and friends of
M. Anderson tendered 'him a very
pleasant surprise party , T'hursday
evening. A very enjoyable time
was had by everybody.
The postoffice and meat market
have been undergoing repairs.
Our second nine will play Dan-
bury's secouti nine , next Saturday.
Frank Thompson went up .near
Atwood on a business trip , last
An attempt will be made to have
W. E. Andrews speak here , this
The foot race between Porter
and Vautlerhurg takes place oil
Lebanon has a face carpenter in
the person of 1Villiam Belt. His
shop is situated in the room west
of the bank.
'The popnlista say that an old
party cannot 1)A reformed , and that
they are corrupt. 't'hey sere ] to
be keeping company with one of
the old parties. Better be careful
about tlti company you keep. One
bad apple wili spoil a dozen good
L. D. Kimpton and family are
moving to a farm near Cambridge.
Protracted meeting still continues -
ues at Plainview conducted by the
H. H. Berry of McCook passed
through here , and called
upon several of his many friends
There are 18 pupils in attendance -
ance at the 'I'yrone school. No one
seems to favor the conveying of
pupils to and froin school at publics
expense as proposed by the county
superintendent. Taxes are too
Our clothing has arrived. Now
is the time to obtain a good winter
suit at a bargain. Do not wait
until the best bargains are gone.
Come at once , so as to have a good
variety to select from.
If you want a new dress , do not
fail to look at our stock , for the
stock is all new in the dress goods
line , and has been purchased at
greatly reduced prices.
We have just laid in a large
stock of canned goods of all kinds ,
and by reason of buying them in
large quantities , we are able to j
sell you the best of goods , either
by the single can or by the case , 1
at very reasonable prices. Liberal
discounts made to parties purchasIng -
Ing one or more cases.
Gentlemen , if you need 'a new
hat , this fall , it will pay you to
Iuspect our stock.
MCCOOS MERCANTILE Co.
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 fear sale at $2.00
per 100 pounds , in 1,000 pound
lots as well.
Send your coal orders to THE
BARNEZT LUMBER Co. We have
a large stock of both eastern and
western hard coal. Also all kinds
of soft coal.
Eastern hard coal is cheaper
than ever before. We have a large
stack on hand.
BARNETT LUMBER Co.
Tablets , inks and pencils at this
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria - ,
Highest Honors-World's Fair ,
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
from Ammonia , Alum or any other adulteratt.
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
SYMPTOMS OF CATARRH
As DESCRIBED BY DR. HARTMAN ,
ONE OF THE GREATEST Au-
TIJOItITIES AND WJtITIHIS
The symptoms of chronic Catarrh -
tarrh vauy accirding to the stage
and exact location of the disease.
The first stage of catarrh of the
nose and head produces discharge
from the nose , sneezing , pain 1n
the eyes and forehead , weak , acid
sometiiiies watery eyes , oc2asion-
ally loss of memory. In the last
stage the discharge ceases , and
dry ; offensive scabs form in the
nose ; polypi growths sometimes
form in ons or both nostrils auto
the pttlll 111 the head and eyes is
much less. Unless something is
(101)0 ) to prevent , the catarrh will
follow the muCous iitembrane into
the lungs , where it will he followed
by cough , eight sweats rapid loss
of fl.ish , antl the other dread sym-
toms of cousumltiol ) .
Pe-ru-na is a specific for evely
case of catarrh , whether the ( us-
ease is located in the lungs , kidney
or stomateh. The close of Peru-na
should l3 a large tablespoonful
before each meal and at bedtime.
Women and some delicate Tiled
should begin with a teaspoonful
atld slowly and gradually increase
to the above full dose.
Free 1)ooks on chronic catarrh ,
la grippe , coughs , colds and coii-
snnptiuu' are being ; sent to any
address by the Pe-ru-na Drug
Manufacturing Company , Colum-
= . . _
RED WILLOW COUNTY closed a
successful fair at Iidiauola ) , last
week. Red IVillow is one of the
few counties in the state that held
a county fair this year.-Hastiugs
Kuipnle has just received a car
load of Loomis Flour , than which
there is no superior 011 this market -
ket , that he is selling at the very
lowest figure for such a high grade
and popular article.
W ELLS' '
Frank Nichols guarantees the
wells he sinks. Leave orders at
Cochran & Co's. Prompt attention
will be given the same.
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.
If you need a road cart or any
dud of a wagon , see Cochran &
Co. They can fill the bill and at
) ricer to correspond with the hard
Remember you can get the highest -
est market price for stock hogs of
from 50 pounds weight up at the
B. & M. meat market.
Knipple always leads in fruits
and vegetables. He carries the
freshest and largest assortment
the market affords.
The McCook Commission Co.
keeps a large stock of all kinds of
chop feed , corn and oats , at lowest
'Buy your writing paper at
THE TRIBUNE office. All kinds in
stock and prices very reasonable
Cochran & Co. carry a full lint3
of shelf and heavy hardware. They
aways make you the right price.
We are just in receipts of a new
supply of tablets and box papers ,
memorandums , etc.
Anything you want in the hardware -
ware line at Cochran & Cc.'s.
Dr. A. J. Thomas , Dentist , over
Ganschow's shoe store.
S. . _ It
: : : iiii , . t $
0 II ( I , n II It 0 0 0 It 0 0 II I ) 0
Clothing ! o I I I
At Popular Prices ,
To Suit These Times. - kr
McCook , Nebraska. JON AS LNt UL , o f
+ t.MaNAGER. r
G 0 I (1 Il 0 0 0 If I' II it 0 I' 11
Hon. J. G. Tate Will Speak.
J. G. Tate wi11 speak on the political
issues of this campaign , in our city , on
the evening of Thursday , Novenber 1st.
He is too favorably known to require an
introduction at our hands. A crowded
house wiligreet him.
Mrs. R. C. Hall , wife of the electrician
at the electric light house , died on yesterday -
terday morning , soon after child-birth.
The remains were taken to Oniaha , this
morning for burial.
The following is the programme of the
Red Willow County Teachers' Association -
tion , to be held at Beartley , on Saturday ,
November Loth , 1894 :
Music . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Devotional Exercises. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Address of Velcome..S.1' . Parsons
"School-room Impruvement and Decosa-
tion . . . .Laura Paine Snyder
"Cultivation of the Sensibilities" .
"How to Ask Qucstns".J. , L. Boyd
"Tlte Teacher's Personality" . . . . L. W. Smith
"Primary Writing" . . . . . .Lila Welborn
'Palk by County Superintendent J. H. Bayston
"The School Officer" . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
F. G. Stilgeboner and W. F. Miller.
Paper . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mrs. M. J. Cordeat
EVENING SESSION. I
Music . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Palk . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1Vm. Valentine
Those expecting to attend please notify
Seth T. Parsons , Bartley , Nebraska.
All teachers present will be expected
to take part in the discussions.
The committee in charge is composed
of Sell ) ' ' . Parsons , J. H. Bayston and
The following is a list of the presents
received at the Madsen-O'Leary nuptials ,
last Wennesday morning : One hunered
dollars , Mr. and Mrs. M. O'Leary ; silver
cake basket , Robert McElhaney ; silver
berry dish , John and Jerry Mullen ; easy
chair , Father Hickey and Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. McKenna ; silver sugar bowl and
cream pitcher. Charles and Geo. Leach ;
silver pickle castor , Mr. and Mrs. Jos.
Menard ; pair of silver napkin rings , Mr.
and Mrs. A. Barnett ; silver napkin ring
and toothpick holder , Ed. Caffery ; silver
butter knife and sugar shell , Chas. Lehn ;
silver berry spoon , gold lined , H P. Sutton -
ton ; silver castor , Mr , and Mrs. Jonas
Engel ; set of silver tea spoons , Anna
Hannan ; rug , Mr. and Mrs. L. Lowman
anti family ; picture throw , Mrs. Huck of
Holdrege ; picture throw. Miss Roberts ;
silver castor , S. L. Doan , G. L. Seymour ,
W. C. Pope , I.J. Reynolds , Mr. and Mrs.
N. A. Crawford ; easy chair , M. O'Leary ,
We make a specialty of fine job print-
ing. Oursamples of fashionable and elegant -
gant statioliery for invitations , programs
etc. , is not excelled in Nebraska.
I have a car load of fine winter apples
for sale. Iequire first door west of S.
11I. Cochran & Co. Lowest prices.
) 60 Acres For Sale.
70 acres old ground. go acres under
the irrigation ditch. Two miles from
McCook. Terms easy. F. S. WILCox.
are headquarters for
Willter goods of all
kiI1dS. See them
Buy yoi11. ' tablets ,
ink , pens , IeflCils and
stationer ref all kiods
at ' 1'he 't'ribilne office
o'Xt (1001' to the ; post-
huts. E. E. UTTER ,
-3lEs1CAr , INSTitUCTOU.-
Piano , Organ , Guitar and . Banjo.
VOICE TRAINING A SPECIALTY.
STUDIO 1100)1 3 , 0vEa G.t SCnOWS.
3icCook , - - - Nebraska.
tV'ea TZabr wt. . si ' , : ro tavc : her Cas orf.C.
t' . Le ) se r a ; : : Cdtd : , she cried for Castoria.
VI1Ca to Irxale she clung to Ca oria.
'Tcn she had Children , she gavotheol Castoria.
w t o L OUCLAS 0
IS THE BEST.
5. CORDOVAN ,
r _ . _ _ FREtICH&FNA11ELLEDCALF. .
$4-$350 FINECN F&KANGAR04
} l $ 3.50 POLICE a SoLEs .
$2 . s2.wNGti EN
2. 175 BOYSSCHODiSHOES
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BESTD 1.A ,
SEND FOR CATALOGUE
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You can save monrr by pnrchasiue W. I , .
Because , we are tee largestmannfacturers of
advertised shoes in the world , and guarantee
the value by stamping the name and price on
the bottom , which protects you against high
prices and the middleman's profits. Ourshoes 1
equal custom work in style , easy fitting and
wearing qualities. We have them sold everywhere - '
where at lower prices for the value given than i
any other make. Take )1o substitute. If your
dealer cannot supply you , we can. Sold by
DEALER whose name will shortly appear -
pear here. Agents wanted.
Apply at once.
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It is an agreeal'c Laxative for the Bowels ;
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Price : ? .c &o.and$1.1Oper pnclnge.
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Every Man whose watch
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Every Man of sense who
merely compares the old pullout - '
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it can't be twisted offthecase .
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Ask y our jeweler for pamphlet.
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