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About The McCook tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 1886-1936 | View Entire Issue (March 6, 1896)
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By F. M. KIMMELL ,
$1.60 A YEAR IN ADVANCE.
SAN FBANCISCO enjoyed the tin-
usual pleasure of a slight snowfall ,
THE free silver Democrats will
meet in Lincoln on April 22d in
- state convention.
JOLLY JACK MACCOLL evidently
believes in trying again , if at first
you don't succeed. ' He is in the
race for the gubernatorial nomination -
tion with both feet.
THE Republican state convention
will meet in Omaha , April 15th ,
for the purpose of selecting four
delegates to the national conven-
tion. Red Willow county is entitled -
titled to eleven delegates.
SPAIN , that toothless old wolf of
Europe , will have to content herself -
self with showing her ugly old
fangs in impotent rage , or Uncle
Sam will be under the disagreeable
necessity of shaking them out of
her stupid old head.
Misses Nellie Stephens andlrene
Flint entered school hers , first of
Garry Dole entertained a party
of young friends at cards , Friday
evening of last week.
Rev. S. Grisell of Freedom ,
Frontier county , attended quarter-
1Y meeting services here , Tuesday.
A. B Wilson ha : ; been appointed
village marshal to fill vacancy
caused by resignation of A. W.
William Duncan left , Thursday
evening of last week , for Peru ,
Nebraska , after a brief visit here
with his parents.
A large gang of men have beau
working , this week , putting up
ice , which , while only about four
inches thick , is of good quality.
Presiding Elder Hale delivered
an interesting sermon here , Tuesday -
day evening , it being the occasion
of the second quarterly meeting
of the Methodist church.
The band will go to Cambridge ,
tonight , to present the drama ,
"Tony , the Convict" , recently given -
en here. We trust the aggregation -
tion and receipts will be as large
as they were favored with at this
Miss Irene Flint's school in district -
trict 20 closed , Monday , with a
choice program of literary exercises -
cises , and despite the inclemency
of the weather , a number of the
patrons'were present. Miss Flint
- has given excellent satisfaction and
is very popular in that district.
At their regular meeting , first
, < of the week , the village board de-
Glared againstfurther boxing bouts ,
horse racing and cock fighting ,
within the village limits , and proposes -
poses to make it interesting for
those who fracture the ordinances
in future. Very commendable in
George Shafer lead his grain
threshed , last week.
Ora Richmond will teach the
spring term in the Tyrone school.
C. S. Blair has in 40 acres of
spring wheat , and expects to put in
Rev. Chrysler was unable to fill
his appointment here , last Sunday ,
owing to sickness. .
Frank Moore and family attended -
ed the Dean McBrien lecture in
Wilsonville , Friday evening.
Our weather prophet has some
way figured it out that we will not
have a leap year again for 8 years.
Plenty of Apples at
IfniPl pie's .
Highest Honors-World's Fair ,
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
: from Ammonia , Alum or any other adulterant ,
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
, , a.
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.Rev. Kuox was a visitor here on
S. R. Smith left for Lincoln on
A.J.Rittenhouse was down from
McCook , Thursday. ,
The county assessors will meet
on Tuesday , March 17th.
Sheriff J.R. Neel was a McCook
visitor , Saturday last , on official
Charlie Akers entertained a
party of his friends , Wednesday
C. S. Quick and faniilydrove up
to McCook , Saturday , to do some
County Attorney Keyes went up
to McCook , Sunday night , on some
business of his office.
Miss Ellen Byrne is well again
and expects to take up her work in
the school , next week.
Bert Toogood is no huger clerk
at the Leland , G. A. Hobson's son-
in-law , Mr. Burns taking his place.
The school children who visited
with their neighbors at McCook ,
Friday last , report a very pleasant
I. DI. Smith has moved his stock
of general merchandise into the
old postoflice building , south of
Mrs. F M. Kimmell of McCook
spent Thursday in the county seat
visiting her parents and Illinois
David Kelliher , who farmed in
the neighborhood south of Mc-
Cook , last summer , has moved here
with his family.
Impound the wetness , dam the
canyons and draws , do anything
and everything possible to conserve
and retain the surface moisture.
The Reporter is smaller , but it
makes up in brightness. Colonel
Phillips is taking a distinct and
avowed tack in the direction of real
estate booming. .
JOB PRINTING-The most artistic -
tic work at the lowest figures.
THE TRIBUNE , McCook. Write
for prices. A trial order will settle -
tle the business.
The Sargent house is being refitted -
fitted , and will be opened up in
the near future by James Cosgro ,
who has been running the Metropolitan -
politan hotel at Cambridge.
The new orchestra is preparing
a concert to be given at an early
date. Indianola is certainly musical -
ical , and three orchestras is a pretty -
ty good showing for a town of its
Mr. and Mrs. Calvert Hartshorn
of Onarga , Illinois , have been the
guests of County Treasure Meserve
and wife , part of the week. They
arrived from California on Tuesday -
day evening , and continued on
their eastern way , Friday morn-
ing. The Hartsliorns are oldtime
Illinois friends of the Meserves.
C. A , Gentry is building a new
Chicken thieves seem to be quite
numerous in this vicinity.
Harrison and Powell shipped
another carload of hogs to Denver ,
There was a basket supper at
Shiloh on Tuesday evening. The
proceeds are to be used in purchasing -
asing an organ for the school.
Harry Hooper of the Lebanon
schools has resigned his position
as teacher at that place. He will
move to Missouri , where he will
engage in the mercantile business
with his father.
Dame rumor has it that we are
to have a new store building in
Danbury in the near future. W.
V. Lord will soon begin the erection -
tion of a building which he will
occupy with his stock of harness
At this writing we are having
quite a change in the condition of
the weather. Sleigh riding is the
pleasure of the hour. Farmers
have temporarily suspended operations -
ations on the farm. Everyone
feels greatly encouraged and determined -
termined to try another crop.
Plenty of Apples at
WANTED-Regular correspondents -
ents for THE TRIBUNE at Danbury ,
Box Elder , Lebanon , Cedar Bluffs ,
and other unrepresented localities
in this vicinity. Write for terms
and full particulars.
Plenty of Apples at
William Nicklasand family left
on Wednesday for Iowa.
Bert Wales and Frank Coleman
had business seven miles south of
McCook , Monday.
W H. Epperly took some shoats
to town that averaged 460 pounds
at 14 months old.
Mr. and Mrs. Traphagan are
rejoicing over the arrival of a
brand splinter new boy at their
School in district 65 closed ,
Friday , with a brand exhibition at
night. The house would not hold
nearly all that were present.
A grand , good time is reported.
i Church influence has its effect ,
as was fully demonstrated , last
Tuesday , when Miss Eunice Brown
came boldly out , and took a firm
stand for , and with heart and hand
joined the church.
Arthur Clnirclr and Eunice
Brown were married , last Tuesday -
day week , at the home of the
bride's parents. A long and happy -
py life to you here , and an eternal
home on the "ever-green shore" .
The Rev. H. L. Preston of Mc-
Cook preached five nights last
week at the Coleman school house.
Two carne out boldly and took a
stand for Jesus , and quite a num- .
her are thinking seriously of taking -
ing the same step.
Henry Mitchell and Minnie
Simmerman were united in marriage -
riage on Thursday of last week.
The ceremony took place at the
home of the bride's parents in this
town. We wish these young people -
ple a long , prosperous and happy
life here and a grand future be-
On last Sunday week , Miss Viola -
la COrn6r got a clove down her
wind pipe anti it is now in her
right lung and is causing considerable -
able pain at times. She had to
give up her school on account of
it. Ne sincerely trust that no
very serious results may come from
Over sixty were present at the
meeting of the Y. P. S. C. E. at
the Coleman school house , last
Sabbath night. Its inembershi P
numbers thirty-sir now. The following -
lowing members were elected to
attend the county meeting at Mc-
Cook , March 14 and 15. Messrs.
H K. Bixler and Wm. Prentice ,
and Misses Viola Corner and Edith
There will be preaching at the
Coleman school house every two
weeks , regularly , at 11 a. m. sharp ,
fast time. Sabbath , March 8th , is
the regular day. These services
are becoming so very interesting
that flue house is well filled at
every appointment. Young peo-
ples' meeting every Sabbath evening -
ing at 7:30 fast time. The house
is full every Sabbath evening.
On Monday morning Miss Lydia
Brenton was returning home from
Wm. Nicklas' and at the canyon ,
near the home of H B.Wales , her
pony got away from her and started -
ed homeward on the run. Miss
Lydia returned to Mr. Wales' and
Bert took his pony and started after -
ter the truant and soon returned
with pony and cart all right. It
seems that Miss Brinton was so
frightened , that , to quiet her
nerves , she rode home in the seat
with Bert Wales , while Frank
Coleman drove her pony and cart
Lilly Miller has gone to Mc-
Cook to work.
Spring work in this vicinity has
now begun in earnest.
A week ago Mr. Cincintaffer's
horse ran away demolishing his
Nathan Tubbs and his sister's
family are now nicely settled on
the Holland farm.
Did some one ask what was the
matter with the most prominent
feature of Harvey Woodworth's
face. Harvey is a boxer but Frank
Rinek fixed that nose.
The revival meetings closed ,
Sunday evening. Many were baptized -
tized and taken into the church.
There will be S. S. at Red Willow - .
low every Sunday morning at ten
o'clock and preaching every alternate -
nate Sabbath. An organ has been
rented for the Sunday school and
there is talk of a social in the near
future to raise funds to buy the in-
We are just in receipts of a new
supply of tablets and box papers ,
memorandums , etc.
The Board of Directors Organize.
The newly elected board of directors
of the McCook Co-operative Building
and Savings association met in special
session on Thursday evening of this
week , and organized for the corporate
year with the re-election of the following -
ing officers : T , B Campbell , president ;
J. F. Ganschow , vice president ; F. A.
Pennell , secretary ; w. F. Lawson , treas-
urer. The finance committee is committee -
mittee is composed of H G. Borneman ,
E E Lowman and J , A. Wilcox. The
evamining committee is as follows : J
F. Ganschow , F M. Kimuiell and Frank
An Assistant for Mrs. Cordeal.
The board of education at their regular -
lar mouthy meeting , Monday evening ,
decided to relieve the over-crowded condition -
dition of the work in the first primary
room by electing Miss Clara Purvis , a
graduate of the high school , class of
1595 , to assist Mrs. Cordeal
A colicky horse smashed a pair of
thilis for S. P. Hart , this morning , in
front of this office , by throning itself to
Fifteen (15) ( ) cents will buy a box of
nice writing paper at this office , containing -
taining 24 sheets of paper and 24 envel-
Try McConnell's Balsam for that
cough. Price 25 cents.
McConnell's Balsam cures coughs.
Price 25 cents.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
Nottce for Sealed Bids.
The building committee of district 91 ,
Frontier county , will receive sealed bids
for the erection of a school house in said
district. Open till 12 o'clock , noon ,
March 7th , 1896 Committee reserves
the right to reject any or all bids.
C. C. DUELAND , Chairman ,
41-2ts. Quick , Nebraska.
NOTICE OF AMENDED ARTICLES of INCORl'-
ORATION OE CITIZENS BANK OF MCCooK.
1st. The name of this bank is The Citizens
Bank of McCook.
2d. The principal lace of transacting its
business is McCook , l ebraska.
3d. The general nature of the business is a
general bankingbusiness at place aforesaid.
4th. The capital stock of the bank shall be
$50,000 , which is paid in. Said capital stock
is divided into shares of one hundred dollars
5th. This corporation commenced business
on the second day of January , ISS6 , and shall
continue twenty years from that ( late , unless
dissolved by a two-thirds vote of the capital
6th. The indebtedness of this bank shall
not exceed at any one time two-thirds of the
amount of the capital stock , except for monies
deposited in the bank.
7th. 'flee affairs of said bank shall be under
the control and management of a board of six
directors , which may be increased to eight by
the stockholders at any annual or special
meeting called on four weeks notice.
'l'lre foregoing is ordered to be published
according to law by the directors of said bank.
Feb 21-4ts. A. C. EBERT , Cashier.
Chamberlain's Eye and Skin Ointment
Is unequalled for Eczema , 'l'etter , Salt-
Rheum , Scald head , Sore Nipples , Chapped
IIands , Itching Piles , Ilmns , Frost Bites ,
Chronic Sore Ewes and Granulated Eve Lids.
For sale by druggiSts at 26 cents per box.
TO HORSE OWNERS.
For putting a horse in a fine healthy condition -
dition try Dr. Lady's Condition Powders
They tone up the system , aid digestion , cureless
loss of appetite , relieve constipation , correct
kidney disorders and destroy worms , giving
new life to an old or over-worked horse. 25
cents per package. For sale by druggists
when Baby was sick , we gave her Castoria.
When she was a Child , she cried for Castoria
When she became Miss , she clung to Castoria.
When she had Children , she gave them Castoria ,
Try that 1.5 cent box
paper at THE TRIBUidi
office. % TT01.fl 5 cts.
Also cheaper gra(1 es.
° Buy your writing paper at
THE TRIBUNE office. All kinds in
stock and prices very reasonable
React the best coiin-
The McCook Tribune
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Mixed Perpound . .40c.
i Half pound . . 25C.
Varieties Quarter pound 15c.
: BRIDE OF NIAGARA , ' a
( True to Maine. )
® Price-Packet 25C. Half packet 15c.
THE a WONDERF ur.
CRIMSON RAMBLER ROSE , . ,
Only 15 Cents.
VIGILS FhORAh 6UIDU 1896 ,
O The Pioneer Seed Catalogue.
Tried and True Novelties.-Fucluias ,
S Roses , Blackberry , The Pearl Gooseberry ,
Potatoes , Earliest Tomato Known , etc.
Lithographs of Double Sweet Pea , Roses ,
Fuchsias , Blackberries , Raspberries , Nc
Leader Tomato , Vegetables. Filled with good
things , old and new. Full list of flowers t
Vegetables , Small Fruits , etc. , with descripm
, tion and prices. Mailed on receipt of xo cts. , #
which maybe deducted from first order-really
Free-or free with an order for any of the
above.ROCHESTER , N. Y.
JAMES VICK'S SONS
Tic s FaMous o CIo1 n o CoMpaily Sri
Men's and Boys' ' Overcoats , 1 :
Ulsters , Suits and other Winter
Goods at LOWER PRICES
than were ever quoted before.
Look to your wants at THESE
nicCo < , = , Neb. JONAS ENGELI Mgr. 4
Notice to Teachers.
I hill hold special examinations in
McCook , Danbury and Bartley , at stated
times , which will be published m the
different papers of the county.
No exauriuations will be given , during
the institute , this year.
Teachers , tvrshing to secure a certificate -
cate , must take the exannnation as
A fee of one dollar will be charged for
Teachers , passing the required examination -
ination , will be grated a certificate ,
without further charges , during the institute -
stitute , which will be held in McCook.
L. A. CARNAIIAN ,
We Burn Wood
When we can get it. If your subscription -
tion is ( lehnquent ail d you have the voor1
bring us in a load or two.
a If you take pleasure in good stationery -
ery , try Crane's. It's fine and reasonable -
ble in price.Ve also do engraving of
cards and embossing ofletter paper. See
samples anl get prices.
To RENT : 13 rooni residence , central -
tral , fine repair. $ ro a month. Enquire
of A. C. Ehert.
THE RIVERSIDE OAK
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We now have in stock a full
line of the Riverside Oak , the
Gem City Oak , and the Thos.
White Oak Heaters-both soft
and' hard coal burners. In
fact we have the finest thing
in heating stoves to be bought
in the market , or ever exhib
ited in this city. Don't fail to
see our Ventiduct Heaters.
We also have the popular
S qoare Oven Cook Stoves in
stock. Everybody ought to
have one of our Square Oven
Cooks-they are the latest and
the very best.
COCHRAN & CO.
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This is absolutely rust proof ,
every piece is guaranteed , and
will be replaced if not as rep-
COCHRAN & Co.
3EJGGIES AND CARTS
Remember , we are showing
the best line of Buggies.4jaf
and Wagons to r aeeii in this
part of the i ePublican valley. I
COcHRA1V' & CO.
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Don't forget to cotne and see us t
when you w wt any kind of job '
printing.ire are the eoCle who
tlo the nice printing. '
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B. G. GOSSARD , Asst.
INDIANOLA , - - NEBRASKA.
J. S. MCPRAY.LR
l ROIKIF'rOK OF THE C
McCook Transfer Line.
BUS , BAGGAGE AND EXPRESS. ! t
' Only furniture van in the
city. Also have a first class house 4i 1 t
moving outfit. Leave orders for
bus calls at Commercial hotel or r i
at office opposite the depot.
J ULIUS JiUNElf'
Carpet Laying , .
Carpet Cleaning. ,
am still doing carpet laying , carpet
cleaning , lawn cutting and simdarwork. See
or write me before giving such work. My
charges are very reasonable. Leave orders at
TRIBUNE office. JULIUS KUNERT.
I : Notary Public : .
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SUNNY SIDE DAIRY. t
We respectfully solicit your business ,
and guarantee pure milk , full measure , '
and prompt , courteous service.
These hoes r erfection and wear t'
as and .he , . _ leathei can. They're
aha ! ' plfaut-the most comfortable of
* ' . to let in
footy The y always manage r
and keep out water.
Sold by J. F. GANSCHOW. ,
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