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About The McCook tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 1886-1936 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 4, 1895)
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By F. M. KIMMELL.
$1.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE.
PARSON PARKHURST struck the
keynote of a great fact when he
- recently stated that he would
"Rather fight twenty Boss Crock-
ers than one Boss Platt. " The
most dangerous rogue to battle
with is the one that has a straight
streak running through him. It
is easier to fight the devil in open
than in ambush.
IT seems to be generally expected -
ed and admitted that irrigation
will be an important matter of
legislation in the coining session
of the Nebraska legislature. The
representatives of the western portion -
tion of the state in particular must
see to it that just , equitable and
wise legislation is enacted in this
respect. There must be no "hog-
ging" of the little water now available -
able for irrigation purposes 'in
western Nebraska. A reasonable
maximum annual water rental per
acre should be established , as is
the case in Colorado and other
western states. Equitable and
reasonable regulations should be
provided. Either give us fair and
righteous laws ou this matter or
give us u ne. No jobs will go.
PROSPECT PARK ,
Quite a snow storm , Tuesday of
Jake Crocker visited friends at
Indianola , Monday.
Charlie Burton spent Xmas with
friends in this neighborhood.
Mr. Hartman and family spent
Xmas with Joseph Boatman and
Charlie Boatman came down
from Haigler , Saturday , on a visit
to his parents.
Quite a number of our young
.people attended the Xmas tree entertainment -
tertainment at Fairview , Monday
evening , and report a very pleasant
t' _ time.
The Xmas tree at the Prospect
Park school house was a pleasant
affair , and notwithstanding the inclemency -
clemency of the weather , a large
crowd was present. The following
programme was rendered : Prayer ,
Rev. J. E. Tirrill ; song , Sunday
school ; declamation Essie Dun-
ham ; declamation , Cora Barnes ;
song , by the children ; declamation ,
Gertie Anderson ; declamation , by
I Clyde Hartman ; song , young peo-
ple's class ; declamation , Mabel
Hartman' declamation , Herman
Anderson ; song , by the children ;
declamation , Edna Dunham ; declamation
lamation Ernest Anderson ; song ,
by the children ; declamation , by
Blanche Duffey ; song , by the Sunday -
day . school ; declamation , by Guy
Hartman ; song , by the children ;
declamation , Frances Duffey ; declamation -
lamation , Newman Barnes ; song ,
the young people's class ; declamation -
mation , Warner Anderson ; short
talk by the pastor ; distribution of
presents ; song , by the young peo-
ple's class ; remarks , by Sunday
school superintendtnt ; song , by
the children ; dismissed by Rev.
Tirrill. The committee on arrangements -
rangements deserve much credit
for their management of the affair ,
the entire programme being rendered -
dered in a very creditable manner.
A regular Xmas snow storm , but
rather Poor sleighing for Santa
Xmas eve a masquerade ball
was given upstairs in the Bradbury -
bury store building.
'Ye scribe , wife and chidren and
several neigh bors ate Xmas turkey
at Neighbor Hammer's.
The Xmas entertainment at the
Lebanon church took the form of
an old Dutch windmill. The literary -
erary Part was good and well rendered -
dered by the little folks , at the
conclusion of which the presents
Stock is doing fairly well on the
range , at present.
Walter Sly and the Ball boys
have returned from the Dismal.
Mr. Boyd , the teacher in district
No. 1 , is spending the holiday Vacation -
cation at home.
The Mulford family and a num-
her of other friends were guests
at Wm. Crockford's Xmas.
Miss Broman of the county's
metropolis , visited friends in this
vicinity , during the holidays.
Claudio Hatcher , Lulu Mulford
and Eli Crockford are spending
vacation at their several homes.
Howard Taylor has purchased
an interest in the Sunny Side
Dairy at McCook. We wish him
Owen Lougnecker received a
severe bruise on his forehead by
colliding with his brother Holton ,
The young people of the neighborhood -
borhood enjoyed a very pleasant
evening at the home of E. A. Sex-
son , Christmas.
E. A. Season and wife and several -
eral other comrades and their
wives eat Christmas dinner at the
home of Willis Gossard.
Ye glad Christmas time.
Charlie Byfield is home' from
Franklin to speiid the holidays.
Benjamin Baker and family went
up to Hayes county to eat Xmas
turkey with Mrs. Locker.
Mrs. Taylor and son Frank spent
Christmas with her daughter , Mrs.
Carson , southwest of McCook.
John Helm shipped a number
of his mulch cows to Omaha , and
thereby decreased the product of
A. C. Black is very busy distributing -
uting the aid he procured in the
east. This aid goes to the precincts -
cincts that raised money to send
Mr. Walker and family and Geo.
Snyder's family spent a night with
friends on the Willow , last week.
They were from the northwest
corner of the county , and on their
way to Cambridge to spend Xmas
with friends. They report extensive -
sive preparation for irrigation in
Christmas has come and gone.
T. B. McDonald went to Lincoln ,
The school children are having
a holiday vacation.
S. W. Stilgebouer was on the
sick list , last week.
Miss Hill is visiting with her
parents at Indianola.
Sandon is. bathing alone , this
week , Dow being absent.
Prof. Dow is spending the holidays -
days with his brother at Orleans.
A light snow on Xmas day and
plenty of cold weather the ensuing
Mrs. George B. Morgan is visiting -
iting relatives and friends in Red
.Oak , Iowa.
A dance was given in ball , last
Tuesday evening , the , same being
well attended and highly enjoyed.
Large crowds attended the two
Xmas tree entertainments , one in
the church and the other in the
school house. The programmes
were both well rendered.
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. 3 ! . Noble can
answer the question to the satisfaction -
faction of all.
THE RENOWNED CHEMIST.
W. H. MoRSE , M. D. , F. B. S. Sc. ,
ALSO EDITOR OF THE WEST-
FIELD LEADER , N. J.
Prof. Morse , who is also author
of a medical work entitled "New
Therapeutical Agents , " writes as
follows : Pe-ru-na , manufactured
the Pc-ru-na Manufacturing
by - - Drug -
turing Company , Columbus , Ohio ,
has commended itself to medical
men and their patients as a specific -
cific for la grippe and its sequels.
It fully approves itself for this
purpose , and is remedial for all
bronchial trouble. Its action is
both local and constitutional , and
it is enterely harmless. The distinction -
tinction accorded to it belongs tone
no other remedy of which we
know. PROF. W. H. MORSE.
No matter at what part of the
mucuous membrane the irritation
of acute catarrh is located , Pc-ru-
na is the only remedy that will ,
under all circumstances , effect a
cure. In acute catarrh the dose
of Pc-ru-na is a teaspoonful every
two hours during the day , which
will invariably effect a cure in
from seven to ten days. In chronic
catarrh Pc-ru-na should be taken
a teaspoonful before each meal
and at bedtime. This dose should
be gradually increased to two tablespoonfuls -
blespoonfuls at each dose. If not
cured by the end of one month ,
write Dr. Hartman. Answer free.
Everyone should have a free copy
of the latest bookon catarrh. Sent
free to any address by the Pe-ru-
na Drug Manufacturing Company ,
Columbus , Ohio.
We all had a big time skating ,
Mattie Elmer was the guest of
Miss Kinghorn , last week.
R. H. Hanson is the happy
father of a bouncing girl baby.
We wonder where John Johnson
and Elsie Ward were , last Friday
Ask Charlie Monday where he
went , last Friday night , and hear
what he says.
The aid that came to Rev.Vivian
is of the very best , and is being
A few of the young folks gathered -
ered at the home of Will Season ,
last Friday evening , and had. an
The entertainment at the church
on last Tuesday evening , was a
distinct success. Ten dollars were
netted from the supper.
Frank Nichols guarantees the
wells he sinks. Leave orders at
Cochran & Co's. Prompt attention
will be given the same.
Noble is sole agent for Chase &
Sanborn's celebrated coffees , the
finest flavored in the market. If
you want a superior quality you
know ] just where to go for it. There
is no better purchasable.
If you need a road cart or any
kind of a wagon , see Cochran &
Co. They can fill the bill and at
prices to correspond with the hard
Cochran & Co. carry a full line
of shelf and heavy hardware. They
always make you the right price.
; 'Buy your writing paper at
THE TRIBUNE office. All kinds in
stock and prices very reasonable
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 & ( Jc.'s.
Dr. A. J. Thomas , Dentist , over
Ganschow's shoe store.
Try McMillen's Damask Rose
Lotion for face and hands.
White Pine Cough Syrup-by
McMillen , druggist.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
Stove Wood , Nice
and Dr at Bollard's
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria ,
are headquarters for
winter goods of all
kinds. See them !
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: Notary Public ,
Reliable , Insurance ,
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
P ! M1 KIMMELL ,
N9c000K , NED
ANI ) DEALER IN
oh ALL RINDS.
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TRIBUNE OFFICE ,
FIRST DOOR NORTH OY
THE POSTOFFICF ,
A HOUSEHOLD TREASURE.
D. W. Fuller of Canajoharie , New York ,
says that he always keeps Dr. King's New
Discovery in the house , and his family has
always found the very best results follow its
use ; that he would not be without it if procur-
able. G. A. D keman , druggist , Catskill ,
New York , says that Dr. King's \ ew Discov-
e is undoubtedly the best cough remedy ;
that lie has used t in his familfor et
years. and it has never failed to do all that is
claimed for it. Why not try a remedy so long
tried and trusted. Trial bottles free at Mc-
Millen's drug store. Regular size 5oc and $1.
We advise you to use Oregon Kidney. Tea
because we know it will cure you. It is the
only remedy that will positively cure kidney
and bladdetroubles f any knd d a tril
will rove the most convincing argument
its merit. You can buy trial size packages at
any drug store for 25 cnts.
The annual meeting of the McCook Investment -
ment Company for the election of officers and
the transaction of any business that may come
before it will be held in the office of Dr. Kay
on Tuesday evening , January )5th , 1597 , at S
o'clock , p. m. , central time.
GYM. M. ANDERSON ,
. , . . . .
Jan. 4th 1895. I-4-2t5. Secretary.
We Burn Wood
When we can get it. If your strbscrip-
tion is delinquent and you have the wood
bring us in a load or two.
The article in this issue on an "Early
Christmas in Red Willow County' ' will
be found interesting , as are all communications -
nications from that talented source.
Pifteen (15) ) cents will buy a bos of
nice writing paper at this office , con-
taiuing 24 sheets of paper and s4 envel-
Best Fancy Patent flour at $1.oo per
sack , $1.95 per hundred , at Knipple's.
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F1AMOUS LO1No COMPANY
OUR REGULAR . . .
IS NOW ON. r
A Great Opportnnity to
Buy Trustworthy as well
. ; . as Very Reliable Goods at . : . , !
Specially Low Prices. Call
and see us. Be convinced.
McCook , Mebraska. JONA $ liNGEL , lS
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CC00 COI I ISSIOuCO. '
H. I3. TROTH , Manager.
Headquaaters for all Grades of Flour. r
Pillebmys Best. . . . $1.50 per sack Monogram , II. P.$1.20 per suck
84 Highi Patent. . . . 1.20 per sack Little Hatchet " . .SJ pCL' BIICL
Vauneta , H. P . . . . 1.10 per sack 91 , High Patent. . 1.00 per sack i
Minnesota Cream. High Putent . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .90 per sack
Pure Pennsylvania Buckwheat.
We are selling the best baker's grade flour in the city at $1.40 per
hundred. Ground reed of all kinds , Corn , Oats , Baled
Hay and Alfalfa always on hand.
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Very hest ?
Having contracted all the choice herd of
high grade Hereford heifers of Mr. Evans , of
the Hatfield ranch. Also will receive monthly
shipments of Fancy Alfalfa fed Cattle from
Colorado. We are in a position to offer the
finest meads ever offered in the city.
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MEAT , GAME , POULTRY
OYSTERS , ETC. , ETC.
Top Prices paid for . . .
Beef Hides , Fur-s ,
Tallow , Lard , Etc.
THE B. & M , MEAT MARKET ,
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