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About The McCook tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 1886-1936 | View Entire Issue (June 7, 1895)
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-1 . Mililuery Departmelit. .
j I EverTtliing } Must be Sold Regardless of
the Wholesale Cost.
The . Prices , , are Lower Than tive Have Ever
. ; i Before Quoted You :
Come in and 'Learn How Cheap we Will
Sel-1 Everything in '
Ladies'Misses' . / and Children's Millinery ,
i You'll be Surprised ;
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Dry Goods , Carpets , Millinery , ,
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brings its full return.
Every purchase made
' of him 's appreciated.
He does not assume
that you cannot buy
elsewhere , but he does
claim that he has the
. _ QUALITY.
DO YOU.REMD .
. THE McC'OOK TRIBUNE ?
The Leading Weekly in Western -
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No. 2 , through passenger. . . . . . . . . . 5:55A. 31.
No. 4 , local passenger. . . . . . . . . . . 9:00 P. M.
No. 78 , freight . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8:45 A. 31.
No. 84 , freight. . 4:80 A. M.
No. 80. freight . . . . . . . . . . - . . . . . . 1U:00A. M.
No. 148 , freight , made up hero. . . . . . SUO A. M.
001NG WEST-MOUNTAIN TIME-LEAPE8.
No. 3. through passenger..11:35 : P. 31.
No. 5 , local pussscnger. . . . . . . . . . . . 9:15 P. M.
No. 83 , freight . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5(14 P. M.
No. 77. freight . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4:2t P.M.
No. 149 , freight , made up hero . . . . . 8:00 A. M.
IMPERIAL DINE.-MOUNTAIN TIME.
No.175. leaveP at . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8:00 A. M.
No. 178 , arrlves at. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5:40 P. N.
> 2 NnTE : Nn. 003 carrhs passengers for
Stratton , lienkelman and Haigler.
All trams run daily excepting 148,149 and
170 , which run dully except Sunday.
No. 3 stops at 13enkelman and Wray.
. No. 2 slops at Indianola. Cambridge and Ar-
No. 80 will carry passengers for Indianolu ,
Cambridge and Arapahoo.
Nos. 4.5.148,149 and 178 carry passengcre for
You can purchase at this Office tickets to alL
principal points in the United States and Canada -
ada and baggage checked through to destina-
tlon without extra charge of transfer. For
information regarding rates. etc. call on or
address C. E. NAGNER. Agnetl
Ice cream soda-5 cents-at McCon-
Auditor Foreman was here on official
business , Wednesday.
Engineer Jeffrits , of the Rio Grande
came down from Denver to pay a last
tribute to his deceased brother.
Sanford Lewis was down from Denver ,
fore part of the week. He is in the com-
pany's employ in the Queen City.
"Soapy" Smith , the notorious Denver
gambler , and his "sheeny" compatriot
were passengers on delayed No. 2 , Monday -
The washout between Oxford and Edison -
ison , Sunday night , laid out No. 5 so
long she lost her rights , not arriving
here until 5:30 Monday afternoon. No.
2 left here at 1i:3o a. ni.
Saturday evening's passenger from
Imperial was laid up at Wauneta , all
night , by the washing away of the railroad -
road bridge at Palisade. Time belated
train did not reach here until about three
o'clock Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. David Magner and Mrs. C. 1V.
Bronson went down to Lincoln , Monday
night , as delegates from ) Eureka Chapter ,
No. S,6 , to the state meeting of the Order
of the Eastern Star , which assembled in
session in time capital city on Tuesday
Conductor and Mrs. V. H Solliday arrived -
rived home , last Saturday night , from
their visit to the south. They were absent -
sent about two weeks , and visited a
number of attractive points in the south ,
Atlanta , Georgia , and Tampa , Florida ,
being among the places seen.
Engineer Tern Haley was down from
Sheridan , Wyoming , to attend the funeral -
al of his lamented brother. Tim Haley
was up from Orleans , John and Mike
from Holbrook for a similar sad purpose.
His aged mother was up from Holbrook.
His sister , Miss Haley , was visiting here
at the time of the accident.
Jacob Klein , whose illness has beemi
noted in these columns , died in Denver ,
last Friday afternoon. The remains were
shipped to Omaha , where the body was
buried beside his wife and child who preceded -
ceded him to the spirit land. Mr. and
Mrs. Jacob Burnett accompanied the remains -
mains to Omaha , Sunday morning. Mr.
Burnett arrived home on No. 3 , Wednesday -
day night , Mrs. Burnett stopping off at
Hastings on a visit to her daughter.
The many friends of Sam Gilchrist on
the western division will be delighted to
learn that his claim of about $1,200
against . the Brotherhood of Railroad
Trainmen has been allowed. The severe
accident that befel Sam will be remembered -
bered by all , and his crippled hand ms a
mute but powerful argument and appeal
as to his deserving the amount finally
awarded him by the Brotherhood. It
will come in very handy , and the boys
generally congratulate Sam upon his
good fortune in this instance.
The dam of the lake at Curtis went out
before the high water , on Sunday morning -
ing about six o'clock. The dam is also
the Burlington's grade which was consequently -
quently badly damaged by the escaping
flood , a wide deep chasm being cut
through the grade , leaving five lines of
track suspended in air over the channel.
Six bof cars fell into the valley of the
Medicine below. The Curtis roller mill
was in danger for-some time , but escaped -
ed destruction or considerable iiamage.
The company's loss is estimated at about
$3000. ; Besides there was some damage
to crops etc. done in the Medicine valley.
When train No. 15 arrived in St. Joe ,
last Monday afternoon , the body of a
dead man was found in the closet of one
of the coaches with the head almost severed -
ered from the body. Investigation developed -
veloped the fact that the man was Ed.
Sanford of Sterling , Nebraska ; that he
was returning from a trip to Texas , and
that he came to his death by his own
hand. Our townsman , D. D. McIntire ,
formerly knew Sanford , who was a good
business man but given to gambling ,
and Mc expressed the opinion that the
fellow had been playing in hard luck
and committed the rash act while in a
'fit of despondency.-Oxford Standard.
Try McMillen's Damask Rose Lotion
for face and hands.
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Fast Railway Speed.
According to the Railroad Gazette ,
the time made April 21st last , by the
newspaper train from Camden , N. J. ,
to Atlantic City , 58.3 miles , was 45 . (
minutes , being an average rate of 76,46
miles per hour.
The train consisted of one combined
passenger and baggage car , No. 5,116 ,
and locomotive No. 1,658. It left Camden -
den at5:35 ( a. m. , and arrived at Atlantic -
lantic City at 6:2134 a , m. ; running time
45K minutes. From Liberty Park to
Absecon , 49.8 miles , the running time
was 3734 minutes and average speed 79.7
miles an hour ; from Berlin to Absecon ,
35.6 miles , running time 25 ; minutes ,
average speed 82.9 miles an hour ; from
Winslow Junction to Absecon , 24.9 miles ,
running time 16 minutes , average speed
83 miles an hour.- The fastest mile was
made in 41 seconds , equivalent to a
speed of 87.8 miles an hour. This was
near Absecon , on a grade falling 1o feet
per mile , following a short stretch of
The engine is of the American type ,
four driving wheels coupled , 78 inches
in diameter. The cylinders are 19 inches -
ches by 24 inches , and the iveight of the
engine in working order is 122,600
pounds , with about 87,000 on time drivers.
It burns bituminous coal and the boiler
carries a steam pressure of 175 pounds
per square inch. The size of the grate
is 33.25 square feet and the heating surface -
face is 1,583 square feet.-Scientific
To California in a Tourist Sleeper.
The Burlington Route personally conducted -
ducted once-a-week excursions to Colorado -
rado , Utah and California are just the
things for people of moderate means.
Cheap , respectable , comfortable , expe-
ditious. They leave Omaha every Thursday -
day and go through , without change , to
San Francisco and Los Angeles. The
tourist sleepers in which excursionists
travel are carpeted , upholstered in ratan
and have spring seats , spring backs ,
mattresses , blankets ; curtains , pillows ,
etc. Only $5 for a double berth , wide
enough and big enough for two. The route
lies through Denver , Colorado Springs ,
the wonderful canyons and peaks of the
Rockies , Salt Lake and Sacramento.
For rates and also for illustrated folder
giving full information , call on the nearest -
est agent of the Burlington Route or
write to J. Francis , G. P. & T. A. ,
Omaha , Neb.
Reduced Rates to Hot Springs , S. D. ,
Are offered by the Burlington Route ,
May 24th , June 7th and 19th , July 3d
and 19th , August 2d and 23d. One fare
for the round trip. Tickets good for 30
days. In addition , low round trip rates
to Hot Springs are in effect the year
'round. For information about rates
and trains via the Burlington Route , to
Hot Springs , apply to local agent. For
illustrated folder , descriptive of this
famous resort , write to J. Francis , G. P.
& T. A. , Omaha Neb.
At my farm in 3o-2-3o , Jute 2 , a bay
work horse , with white hind feet , white
strip in face , is S or 9 years old , will
weigh about 1,200 pounds , in medium
condition. Owner can have animal by
paying charges. J. B. BALDWIN.
Alfalfa Seed for Sale.
Now is the time to plant your alfalfa
seed. I have a number of hundred
bushels for sale. Call on or write
JOHN F. HELM ,
3-2ts. Red Willow , Nebraska.
Wanted-A Broom Maker.
About July 1st , I shall want a broom
maker. Call upon or write me for particulars -
ticulars at an early date.
J. S. MAHANNA. McCook , Neb.
Tom Haley will leave for home , this
Mrs. J. E. Robinson arrived homelast
night , from her extended visit in Lincoln.
The company is driving piling at the
Curtis lake embankment for temporary
Mrs. J. H. Burns made a flying visit to
Denver , Tuesday night , to attend the
wedding of a friend.
Engine 225 and the two freight cars
which were in the wreck , Sunday night ,
were hauled into this station , Wednesday -
The 225 is the same engine from which
Engineer Timblin jumped out on the
west end , months ago , in a wreck which
will be readily recalled.
T. E. Calvert , general superintendent ,
Lincoln , was at western division headquarters -
quarters a short time , Wednesday even-
ing. He came in from the west on a
Good writingpaper ten cents a quire
at this office.
Buy a patent lever hose coupler from
Cochran & Co.
20,000 sweet potato plants for sale at
Knipple's , June 8th.
Take a bottle of McConnell's Sarsaparilla -
rilla for a spring medicine.
Screen doors and wire cloth , all sizes ,
for sale by Cochran & Co.
If you want to buy a first-class , high-
grade new bicycle at way below the
wholesale price , call at this office at
once. There is a great bargain for a'man '
with the ready money-almost half price.
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. . . .A NICE ASSORTMENT OF. . . . -
H Scoteh Lawns : S
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LAWNS . . . . a
Nice Figured Victoria Lawns . . . . . . . . . . a yard.
JACONETS. . . . r
Special line of Figured Jaconets at. . . . . IOe. a yard.
DRESS GOODS. . . .
We are overstocked-on 1Vas1 > Dress Goods and will
make you prices to sult you :
MUSLINS . . . . 5
Muslins have all advanced ; , but we are still selling at
the old prices.
rOR CASH . . .
I E BuY AND SELL FOR CASH , and will save you
money on all goods in our line.
PATTERNS . . . .
We are Agents for Butterick's Patterns.
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We have at all times a complete stock of Groceries ,
and deliver goods promptly to any part of , the city.
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AT THE . . .
C. L. DEGROFF CO.
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Is the Man
Who Sells Fresh
GROCERIES. N i
And He Sells
Them Right , Too.
When you want to buy anything in the Grocery line ,
Noble is the man you want to see. He keeps the
very best goods and sells them at remarkably low
prices. He also carries a magnificent line of Lamps ,
Queensware of all kinds and Crockery. His line of
Hanging and Stand Lamps is undoubtedly the finest
in Southwestern Nebraska.
. Go allcl See r t
Noble , He Will '
TREAT YOU RIGHT.
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