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THIRTEENTH YEAR. McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , I E3RASI .A , FRIDAY EV NING , FEB. 8 , 1895 NUMBER 34
The C. E. Anniversary.
I I Last Sunday evening the Christian
: Endeavor society of the Congregational
church commemorated the fourteenth
anniversary of that grand organization
with special exercises. The evening
hour was devoted to the excellent pro-
gramme rendered , no church services
rheing held. The different numbers were
'of uniform interest and instructiveness.
The preparations were of such unmistakable -
takable excellence as to merit a much
I larger audience even than was present.
iVe give the programme rendered below :
.1.-Song . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Society
2. Lord's Prayer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Society
t 3. Song No. i6. . Society
i "Victory Through Grace. "
' 4. Scripture . Pastor
. Anthem Choir
6. Declamation . Lulu Norval
, . Reading"Gethsemane..Maud McMillen
. Song ) \0.28 , "the Life Line" . . . . .Society
9Reading , "Climbing toRest"Maude Doan
10. Paper . Edna .deserve
"What the Pledge Has Done. "
u Recitation , "Sandalphon" . . . .Ona Simons
12. Vocal Solo . Grace Sanborn
13. Paper . W. F. Lawson
I "Relation of C. E. to the Church. "
114. Paper , "Consecration , " Mrs. S. L. Moench
1 115. Reading. . . . . . . . . . . . Norma Noble
Personal Power. "
i6. Solo and Chorus..F. M. Kimmell
And Church Choir.
:17. Talk , Five Minutes. . Rev. Hart L. Preston
: i8. Collection. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
:19. : SonNo.III . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Society
s 20. Christian Endeavor Benediction. . . . . . . . . .
The Congregational Endeavor society
' as in receipt of a nice cash donation
Ifrom an Illinois Endeavor society , for
i .Bank of Trenton Closed.
1 ' 'I he Ranh of Trenton situated at
Trenton , Hitchcock county , will not
open this ( Friday ) morning , according
] : to an order of the state bank -
p : ing board. The failure as reported is
the direct result of a demand for county
' a 'funds. County Treasurer McFarland
Campbell was in Lincoln yesterday for
the purpose of effecting annual settlement -
ment with the state. He visited Auditor -
tor Moore and State Treasurer Bartley
sand found that his county owed the
i state $4,800. He had drawn on a county
! deposit of $5,200 which was placed in
' c the bank under the depository law and
itlie draft went to protest in the Omaha
National bank. The draft was returned
1:0 : State Treasurer Bartley , yesterday ,
with the statement that the Bank of
I Trenton had no funds. -
' ' State Bank Examiner Cline was sent
.DUt , yesterdayto take charge of the
lbanh. It has a capital stock of $ toooo ,
: and 'C. H. Peck was president and
d3EREARE A FEW PRICES.
I A.B.C. Best Crackers ( by box ) lb. . . 6e
1 Hams , per lb. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . IOC
Bacon , per lb. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I2IZc
.Pork , per lb . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . toe
2 raa lbs. L srd ( dinner pail free ) . . . . . $ L25
' z2 oi1bs. G. Sugar. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lee
f :20 IbE. Rice. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.00
:25 lbs. hT. 0. Sugar. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.00
' , tSrCans Best California Fruit. . . . . . . . 1.00
'Cocoanuts ' , each. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5c
Great variety of canned vegetables at
lowest prices in the city.
I \Vesire giving away the Cristy bread
: and cake knives , also toilet soap. Try
, ottr 25 cent tea , positively the best in
i itown for the money.
Four sacks of White Bread flour for
'For the Lenten season we have just
.received a fine line of herring , whitefish ,
mackerel , salmon and trout.
Try us , we can please you.
! M0000K MERCANTILE CO.
Here's Your Pork.
C. 'T. Brewer has his packing house in
I operation now and his meat market presents -
sents an unequalled opportunity
I purchase of pork tenderloins , spare ribs ,
Bogs' heads , lean backs , pigs' feet and
sausage at very low prices.
A Finished Product.
There is an editor of a paper not a
thousand miles from here who is making
I a consummated ass of himself without
.showing any reasonable excuse.-Dan-
A nice variety of ink and pencil tablets -
I lets at this office.
Brewer has a large supply of pigs'
feet in market. Nothing finer.
Snowflake flour at 75 cents a sack.
in 500 pound lots , $1.40 per hundred , at
$50.00 reward will be given for proof
that the McCook soaps will injure any of
-the finest fabrics that can be washed
i with any soap.
Joseph Malcomb and family stopped in
1 A1maWednesdapto visit among friends.
Joe has secured a position at McCook ,
and wml be at home in that place soon.
I -Alma Record.
, Baking Powder
fir Price's Cream
World's ' Fair Highest Modal and Diploma.
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A Hard Month.
The man who argues that there is a
storm somewhere every day , will find
good grounds for such a prediction during -
ing this month. A look at the storm
diagram shows an unusual blending and
overlapping of causes. Jupiter still holds
his grip , growing in power as he approaches -
preaches his crisis in May. Mars is at
the center of his period on the 7th ,
Venus is at the center of her period on
the 20th , and earth will begin to increase
her disturbing influence sensibly by the
15th. This strong combination of long-
period disturbers certainly will augment
and prolong all the phenomena in Feb-
The storms originating in January
will subside to eastward by the 2d , and
the cold wave which followed them will
have crossed the country to the Atlan-
tic. About the 5th and 6th marked reactionary -
actionary storms will transpire , with
good chances of being continued past
the central days of the Mars equinox on
the 7th , the full moon in Perigree on
the 9th , and into the Vulcan period , 9th
to 13th. Some hard storms will occur ,
interspersed with unsettled and threatening -
ening weather all along these dates :
The probabilities are that heavy snow
will prevail to the north , but that rains ,
with lightning and thunder will be the
order in the south. Cyclones and tornadoes -
nadoes are among the probabilities.
Quick and extreme changes to very cold
will follow all general storms of the
month. The 17th and i8th will bring
decided storm conditions , with perhaps
a sudden sweeping cold wave , but the
temperature will react quickly to very
much warmer , the barometer will fall-
winds will change to southerly. , and
storms of a dangerous character will
sweep through the continent from
about the 22d to 24th. Look for enormous -
mous rains in many sections central and
southward , with heavy snow and blizzards -
zards all along the northern side of the
country. At this time , whenever it
turns warm , with south winds and low
barometer-no matter if in the far north
-expect violent sotrms and carefully
watch all threatening clouds. The probabilities -
abilities are that dangerous local floods
may result from heavy rains impeded by
the breaking and gorging of the ice ,
along the rivers and streams that flow
through narrow valleys.
Careful and long observation has
shown us that the first regular storm
period after the centerof Venus period is
apt to bring the heaviest storms. Unless
this instance proves an exception , the
storm period , 20th to 24th , will make a
record to be remembered. The lines of
the braces show that we look for the
heaviest disturbances about the 22d ,
23d and 24th. A great cold wave will
follow from the northwest-one that
may prove a terror to man and beast.
The month goes out growing warmer ,
with reactionary storm conditions in-
creasing. PROF. HICKS.
St. Valentine Dress Ball.
McCook Lodge No. I , Star of Jupiter ,
will hold a "St. Valentine Dress Ball"
on next Tuesday evening , February 12th ,
in the Workman temple hall. Everybody -
body cordially invited. Represent something -
thing and try for the prizes , which will
be given in cash , to the persons wearing
the two oddest costumes. The grand
march will commence at nine o'clock.
Ball tickets 75 cents , spectators 10 cents.
Tickets for sale by Messrs. Gray and
Garrard , L. W. McConnell & Co. , and
FOUND.-A sure cure for coughs.-
'First-class pork tenderloins at
Brewer's meat market. Try them.
LosT.-A corn , after using 3 Day Corn
Cure , prepared by McConnell & Co.
Best Fancy Patent flour at $ r.oo per
sack , $1.95 per hundred , at Knipple's.
'Sausage of all kinds , fresh and
properly seasoned , at Brewer's market.
Snowflake flour at 75 cents a sack.
In 500 pound lots , $1.40 per hundred , at
Good farm for rent north of McCook ;
90 acres under cultivation.
P. A. WELLs.
A blackguard is just a blackguard.
He cant help it , either. And too much
must not be expected from such a source.
The publisher would like to see some
of that wood coming in on subscription
right away. If you are indebted to the
publisher , and can secure the wood ,
why not bring in a load or two , before
An obstreperous lamp caused a big
commotion in H. Kapke's house , last
Friday evening. An alarm was turned
in and the fire department quickly
responded , but it was not necessary to
throw any water. There was small lesser
The Charity Concert.
It is with no little pride that the Philharmonic -
harmonic club present to the public
through' the columns of the Times-
Democrat , this week , the programme
they will render , Friday evening , February -
ary ISth , under the auspices of the
King's Daughters. Nothing equaling
this , classically , has ever been attempted
by amateurs here , and will , we feel
sure , be thoroughly appreciated by the
music loving people of our city.
The Anvil Chorus , introduced by
selections from the Opera Il Travatore
by Verdi , played by the Brigade band ,
accompanying the voices in the
Anvil Chorus , perhaps deserves more
notice than the other numbers on the
programme. The entire chorus of 20
voices , accompanied by the full band and
orchestra , with the clanging of the anvils -
vils , will produce an effect 'never before
heard in McCook. Mr. H. P. Sutton
will superintend the mounting and playing -
ing of the anvils , which fact insures it
being properly done.
On the whole , the entire programme ,
without an exception , is of such excellence -
lence that it cannot well afford to be
missed. Mrs. E. E. Utter as musical
director has orked tirelessly , and at
this time the results of her labors are
gratifying indeed , and the work of the
club promises to more than fulfill her
expectations on Friday evening.
As is well known the proceeds all go to
the destitute and suffering among our
people , and we venture the prediction
that the people will be found , as they
always are , on the side of those who are
in dire distress. Every ticket bought
counts towards helping some one , and iii
view of the cause and the great necessity
for immediate help , let Menard's opera
house be filled as never before to hear
the Philharmonic club sing for the
The Death of John Smith.
THE TRIBUNE has investigated the
case of John Smith , who recently died up
in Allen precinct , Frontier county , about
seven miles north of Box Elder , and the
cold facts seem to be that the man's
death was due to exposure and starva-
tion. There was some flour and beans in
the house at the time of the man's death ,
but no bedding , the sick man lying and
dying on a heap of old clothes. There
was only one stove in the building , which
was a miserable one-room sod hut. And
"cow chips" had been the sole fuel during -
ing the winter.
It should be stated , however , that the
man's sensitiveness about taking aidand
his efforts to keep from the public his
true condition , is the reason for the sad
state of affairs and tragedy. It is stated
that he took special pains to keep away
any persons thought to be around looking -
ing far just such cases. It is stated that
not long before his death , aid was refused -
ed , l\lr. Smith saying that he thought
they could pull through.
The deceased was between 55 and 6o
years of age. He leaves a wife and two
children. The county of Frontier paid
the expenses of interment and has secured -
ed the services of a nurse for Mrs. Smith
who is also sick.
We gather these facts from John White
the road overseeer of that district , and
from others in that vicinity.
The case is a sad one , and no blame is
to be attached to any one but the proud
and unfortune man himself , perhaps.
Resolutions of Respect.
McCook Lodge No. I , Star of Jupiter ,
McCook , Nebraska , January 29th , 1895
WHEREAS , In view of the loss we have
sustained by the death of our friend and
associate , Mrs. Lydia A. Robinson , and
of the still heavier loss sustained by
those who were nearest and dearest to
her , therefore be it
RESOLVED , That we sincerely sympathize -
thize with the family of the deceased , in
the dispensation with which it has
pleased Divine Providence to afflict
them , and commend them for consolation -
tion to Him who orders all things for
the best , and whose chastisements are
meant in mercy.
RESOLVED , That McCook Lodge No.
I appreciate the promptness on the part
of the Supreme Lodge in adjusting the
death loss and paying the amount due
on Sister Lydia Robinson's benefit certificate -
tificate immediately on presentation of
proper proofs of death.
MRS. E. N. BENJAMIN ,
MRS. WILLIAM T. DUTTON ,
DI. C. MAXWELL ,
'Hogs' heads at Brewer's old reliable -
able meat market. They are fine.
Here's to the lady editors. For of
such is the kingdom of heaven.
Good writing paper ten , cents a quire
at this office.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
World's Fair Highest Award.
PEOPLE YOU K OT. .
MRS. A. CAUPIIELL went down to
Holdrege\Vednesday , on a short visit.
E. E. LOw1IAN has purchased the Chat-
field dwelling qn North Marshall street.
R. 0. I'IIILLII'S was up from Lincoln ,
Wednesday , on Lincoln Land Co. bus-
MissEs NORMA NOBLE and Maude
Doan took in the Beardslee dancing
party at Indianola , Friday evening of
bliss COGAN of Boston , Mass. , is in
the city , guest of the Fitzgearlds , her
cousins. She expects to remain a number -
ber of months.
MISS EDNA MESERVE attended the
Beardslee dance at Indianola , last Friday -
day evening , and was the guest of her
parents over Saturday.
J. E. SEELIW is out from Poughkeep-
sie , New York , looking after his large
real estate , loan and bankinginterestsin
this portion of tine state.
MRS. STRASSER and Gracie went down
to Hoidrege on Wednesday morning to
make a brief visit to relatives. Mrs.
Strasser will also attend a wedding at
Sutton during her absence.
Miss MARY WATSON , stenographer
for P. A. Wells , Treasurer and Manager
of the Nebraska Loan and Banking Co. .
arrived from Grand Island , Saturday
night , after an absence of a number of
E. L. DENNIS has been in charge of
the Cambridge yard of the Barnett lumber -
ber company for a week or so past , during -
ing the absence of the local manager in
Iowa , whither Mr. Morrow was called
by the death of his mother.
MESSRS. ARTHUR DOUGLASS and
Charlie McManigal , Friday evening last ,
participated in the dance at Indianola.
The party was given by the Beardslees.
Refreshments were served. There was
a large attendance , and a delightsome
JOHN CORDEAL made a flying visit to
Denver , Sunday. Miss Maude , who has
been studying music in Denver , returned
home with him and has bee.i spending
the week here with the family. She
will leave for the "Queen City of the.
Plaitis" on Sunday night.
THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS.
School Board Meeting.
The board of education was in regular
monthly session , Monday evening , at
the office of the secretary , hr. Ray , full
board present save R. B. Archibald.
Bills as follows were allowed :
John Shepherd. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $ 2.00
Lincoln Book Exchange. . . . . . . . . . 10.00
J. D. Heater. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20.00
McCook Light Co. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . io.oo
S. M. Cochran & Co 12.55
C. DI. Noble. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.35
J. E. Kelley. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24.38
R. B. Archibald. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.47
F. M. Kimmell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8.70
James Carl. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.00
A. McMillen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.35
Barnett Lumber Co. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16.90
A. R. Clark. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.00
H. Thompson. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.35
S. L. Green . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.20
D. A. Lucas. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.00
Donohue & Hennebery. . . . . . . . . . . io.oo
It was decided that the public shools
be givea the 22d day of February as a
The following resolution was unanimously -
mously adopted by the board :
RESOLVED , That the superintendent
and teachers of the public schools of
McCook are hereby authorized to take
cognizance of the names and conduct of
the pupils in public places , as well as
of their behavior in school and on the
play ground , and to criticise and reprove
for conduct unbecoming ladies and
The Hastings public schools have been
closed for the past week or two by the
prevalence of scarlet fever among the
youth of the city.
A department of morals and decorum
has been added to the public school cur-
riculum. See resolution.
AT THE CHURCHES.
Usual services in the Methodist church
on next Sunday morning and evening.
Sunday school and Epworth League.
The Junior Epworth League is arrang
ing to give a "St. Valentine social" at
the Methodist church , nest Thursday
At the Congregational church-Morn-
ing subject , "Ideals. " Evening subject ,
"The Rainbow. " Sunday school at io
o'clock. Endeavor society at 6:30 , Mrs.
S. L. Moench , leader.
They have a birthdayy bank in the
Congregational Sunday school. The
children who have had a birthday during -
ing the previous week place as many
pennies in the bank as they are years
old , each Sumday morning.
n rh- ; t.
Consult Holmes Bros. , the carpenters.
Everybodyy needs it-McConnell's Fragrant -
FOUND.-A sure cure for coughs.-
Try McMillen's Damask Rose Lotion
for face and hands.
'Life isn't worth living without a
taste of those spare ribs at Brewer's.
LOST.-A corn , after using 3 Day Corn
Cure , prepared by McConnell & Co.
McCook soap is guaranteed to do twice
as much work as White Russian soap.
Best Fancy Patent flour at $ t.oo per
sack , $1.95 per hundred , at Knipple's.
The genial ground hog had plenty of
opportunity to see his shadow , Saturday.
Patent envelopes for mailing envelopes
at THE TRIBUNE stationery department. '
Snowflake flour at 75 cents a sack.
In 500 pound lots , $ r.4o per hundred , at
Abstracts of title will be furnished
promptly and accurate by
C. T. BEGGs.
Saturday evening's cold wave brought
with it an inch or two of snow and a
couple days of very cold weather to
prolong an unusually long cold snap. i
WANTED-Good all-around farmer and
stock man with family to run my place
south of McCook. Good wages and
other privileges to right party.
P. A. WELLS , McCook , Neb.
Last week Deputy Internal Revenue
Collector Ballew was around distributing -
ing the new income tax schedules , where
they would do the most good. It did
not require a large number of schedules
to fill the local demand.
Deacon Morlan and his bicycle had a
slight misunderstanding , close of last
week , in which the Deacon , it must be
confessed , came out a poor second ;
and somewhat disfigured as to his facial
beauty. But the Deacon's voice , happily -
pily , came out of the catastrophe uninjured -
jured and unimpaired. For which the
Lord be praised.
McCooK , NEB. , Dec. io,1894.
L. W. McConnell & Co. , City.
Gentlemeu ; I have had a cough for
about i6 years , and have tried all of the
popular remedies without being bene-
fitted. I used one bottle of McConnell's
Balsam and my cough is gone. I therefore -
fore cheerfully testify to its merits.
Yours truly ,
LITTLE ANNIE R00NEV.
411 Main Avenue.
Mr. MacAyeal tendered his resignation -
tion to his church some time ago. It
was declined by the church and word to t
that effect sent him. He in turn refused
to reconsider the resignation , but proposed -
posed that the church unite with him in
calling a council to consider his dis-
missal. At a meeting last Thursday
night the church declined to unite with
him in calling the council , so that it
remains for him to stay here or call an
exparte meeting on his own account and
force the separation. On Sabbath morning -
ing after service he announced that he
did not feel like assuming the responsibility -
sibility of such a course and thought he
had done all he consistently could
toward carrying out the resignation and
would leave the matter alone with the
understanding that the church take the
complete responsibility of his continuing
pastor. There being no evidence that
the church wished to shirk the burden ,
it looks as if the pleasant relation of the
past five years or more would be continued -
tinued indefinitely.-Cambridge Kaleid-
THE TRIBUNE will favor bonding the
county to secure feed and seed until
better satisfied that the farmers of the
county do not not need such assistance ,
or a better plan is presented. We are ,
however , open to conviction. Two of
the most common arguments now in use
are barred , vis : selfishness and partisan-
ship. They have no place in the discussion -
sion or the decision of thequestion. The
first consideration is , is assistance neces-
sary. The second step follows : How
can the assistance be best rendered.
This county must do its duty. It must
make such provision for its people that is
within its ability. We cannot in honor
and common decency give up and depend -
pend upon public benevolence. It is the
duty of the countyy to provide seed and
feed for those unable to buy them for
themselves , nest spring. We cannot
afford to depend on an uncertainty , to
lean on a broken reed. We must do the
utmost within our power to supplement
outside generosity. A people who will
not strain every nerve to help themselves
are not worthy the benevolence of men
or the blessings of God.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
Awarded Gold Meal Midwinter Fair , San Francisco.
S. H. Colviu writes fromu Santa Anu ,
California , that they are all getting along
very well. That it has been raining and ;
the soil is now in a condition to insure - '
sure heavy crops for the comingsenson.
The weather is fine and business of all
linds fairlyy good. That lie has had tl.e
pleasure of visiting H. W. Kealilter , late
of'our city , who has purchased property
at Anaheim , 811(1 built liiui a comfortable
house. Miss Louisa 1Voerner , lie say' ,
has recently arrived from our city , and
has already secured a position at Y $ iS per
month. That A.Voerner and family
have just returned to their ranch after a
short visit iii Santa Atta. They have in
a promising crop of grain , he reports.
That C. A. Mitchell and Maggie Woerner
have joined the old people , Miss Maggie
assuming the name of Mrs. Mitchel ! .
They are living on a ranch at Anaheim
for the season. He says that the orange
crop is fine and about ready for the har-
vest. No damage as yet from frost , and
the price above common. That many
eastern people are wintering there. He
closes wishing all his old friends in Red
Willow countyy a prosperous year.
A good old Methodist lady attending
service in a suburban Episcopal church
last Sunday became happy under the
preaching of the word , amid ejaculated
"Glory ! " She was admonished to keep
quiet by two of the brethren , and nodded
assent , but soon becoming forgetful , responded -
sponded "IIallelujah ! " The brethren
again called herattention to the annoyance -
ance and told her that if slue did not keep
quiet they would be compelled to remove -
move her. The sermon proceeded , and
the old lady , becoming very happy anti
forgetful of her surroundings , shouted
out : "Glory to God ! " This was too
much for the brethren , and they tried to
lead her out : but she refused to walk , so
they carried her. On the way she said :
"I am honored above my Master , for
while lie was carried by an ass , I am
carried by two.-Philadelphia Record. -
They May Experiment.
We understand that the McCook water
works companyy is planning to have an
experimental well sunk , during time coming -
ing spring , in the vicinity of its pumping -
ing plant , in order to give the question
of water supply a more thorough and
complete demonstration. It is proposed
to start with atm eight inch hole , to reduce -
duce to six inches as the conditions suggest -
gest , and finally to four inches. It is
stated that a depth of five kindred feet
will be attained if necessary. We hope
the company will decide definitely to
make this interesting experiment.
Better Than Ever.
THe elegant new instruments for the
Brigadeband have arrived and have proven -
en very satisfactoryy at the rehearsals held.
The band as just organized has already
some twenty members , and it is claimed
by Director Sutton that the Brigade has
better material in it now than ever. lie
is very enthusiastic over time prospects
for the new organization , amid thinks
with proper practice the Brigade will
have no superior iii Nebraska , and few
equals. There is a quantity of splendid
material among the recent acquisitions
to the band.
The Alphabet Social.
There was an unusually large and
pleased attendance at the Alphabet
social given by the ladies of the Dorcas
society in the Congregational church ,
Tuesday evening. The "Alphabet"
feature of time ladies' dime social was
quite a hit. Frank Harris formed the
most words and got the blocks. The
"good night drill" by eight little girls
was "just too cute for any use , " or words
to that effect. The refreshments , cake ,
chocolate and coffee , were very appetizing -
ing , and were enjoyed by about a hundred -
dred and twenty people.
AT THE C. O. D. STORE.
20 ? Granulated . . . . . . . . . . . . $ .
I ? Excellent Coffee . . . . . . . . . . . . . : o
12 Good Uncolored Japan Tea. . . .25
19 Extra Good Uncolored J. Tea .35
I Best Uncolored Japan . . . . .
3 Cans Blue Valley Sugar . . . . .
6 Cans of Best California Canned
Fruit ( assorted ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . i.oo
Mustard Sardines per can. . . . . . . .1o
Oil Sardines per can . . . . . . . . . . . . .05
3 'California French Prunes. . . . .25
4 i9 Soda or Oyster Crackers. . . . . . .25
3 ? Ginger Snaps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25
AT THE C. 0. D. STORE.
For Sale or Lease.
The butcher shop and tools on West
Dennison street. Inquire of S. M. Cochran -
ran & Co. , or of PERRY STONE.
160 Acres For Sale.
70 acres old ground. 9o acres under
the irrigation ditch. Two miles from
McCook. Terms easy. F.'S. WILCox.
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