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About The McCook tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 1886-1936 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 2, 1896)
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H % S LADY'S , 1
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VI 1 \ $ • BABY'S $
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H3 ? ( : j I Can Fit Them . All j
K J. F. GANSCHOW ,
KJW ; ' I THE OLD RELIABLE *
Hf FEET FITTER
MM1 i MeCOOK , NEBRASKA. |
miJ [ combination fence ]
' Iv 2 AS A
% PORTABLE , TEMPORARY OORNCRIB
f Js i 5 IS UNRIVALLED BY ITS MARVELOUS Z
Hfliy 7 CHEAPNESS. Z
Pii ; No Farmer can afford to be without it j
K'Mlif Z Made from No. i Yellow Pine } in. thick and i4 in. wide , 4 ft. long ,
Br . % v ? all being bound together by machinery , by 5 double strands of No. Z24
V • | r , Z Salvai"ze < * steel wire , and put up in rolls of five rods each. After filling h
K | LVafc. 4 UP a c"b 4 ft. high , place another length of 4 ft. on top of same , as shown 2
B-'i " f\ in cut above. Thus we will have 10 cables of .No. 12 galvanized steel V
H Jwmfel % wre folding together solidly our crib. J
May Z Capacity , 500 bushels ; diameter , 12 feet ; height , 8 feet ; price , $3.75. !
B Sl&V 7 Temporary corncribs do not necessarily require a board floor , except a little '
HsKU A hay , straw or fodder , just sufficient to keep the corn from coming into fa
Hjv\ | ' 7 actual contact with Mother Earth , and high enough to prevent flooding in Z
Bl' vy ) 9 case of rain. Select a patch of high , level ground on which to place the 7
Kl $ M\ crib and wire tlle end slats together. When filled , place another length §
BkrJ } m oa toP ° f tm * s as sbown * n cut above. When the crib is-filled we advise to M
* . - ? * cover the top with hay or straw , shaped the same as a hay stack. Lots of W
V fiu r people erect the crib right in the cornfield , filling them as fast as corn is
fcrf JSi * 9 Sobered , where it may remain until the less busy season of the winter S
Bp ? > 3M ( * months , when it can be shelled right at the crib and hauled to the granary •
H ly&t to or market as desired. 7
I | w.G.BULLARD&GMI
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.
WiiW HcCOOZ , HEBSASZA. HJiS
LINCOLN , DENVER ,
OMAHA , HELENA ,
CHICAGO. BUTTE ,
ST. JOSEPH , PORTLAND ,
KANSAS CITY. SALT LAKE CITY ,
ST. LOUIS and ALL SAN FRANCISCO ,
POINTS EAST AND AND ALL POINTS
SOUTH. ' WEST.
TRAINS LEAVE AS FOLLOWS :
No. 2. Vestibuled Express , daily ,
Lincoln , Omaha , St. Joe ,
Kansas City , St. Louis.Chi-
capo , and all points south
and east 5:55 A. m.
No. 4. Local Express , daily , Lin
coln , Omaha , Chicago , and
all points east 9:00 p. m.
N0.148. Freight , daily , ex. Sunday ,
Hastings and intermediate
stations 5:00 A. M.
No. 76. Freight , daily , Oxford , Hol-
drege , Hastings 6:45 A.M.
No. So. Freight , daily , Hastings and
intermediate stations 7:00 : A. M.
No. 5. Local Express , daily , Den
ver and intermediate sta
tions 8:15 P. M.
No. 3. Vestibuled Express , daily ,
Denver and all points in
Colo.Utah and California , 11:40 P.M.
N0.149. Freight , daily , ex. Sunday ,
Akron and intermediate sta
tions 6:00 A. M.
No. 77. Freight , dailyStrattonBen-
kelman , HaiglerVray and
Akron 3:20 P. M.
No. 63. Freight , daily.Stratton.Ben-
kelman , Haigler , Wray and
Akron 5:00 P. M.
N0.175. Accommodation , daily , ex.
Sunday , Imperial and in
termediate stations 8:00 A. M.
Sleeping , dining and reclining chair cars
( seats free ) on through trains. Tickets sold
and baggage checked to any point in the
United States or Canada.
For information , time tables , maps and
tickets , call on or write C. E. Magner , Agent ,
McCook , Nebraska , or J. Francis , General
Passenger Agent , Omaha , Nebraska.
RAILROAD NEWS-NOTES. |
John Mullen played short for Wauneta ,
last Saturday , in their game with Im
Master Mechanic Archibald was in
Lincoln on company business , close of
Mrs. C. M. Bailey arrived home , last
Friday evening on 5 , from a short visit
down the road.
Roadmaster T. A. Wilburn was up from
Red Cloud , Wednesday , on business at
The steel gang is working in the neigh
borhood of Trenton , laying new steel
rails. Ed. O'Donnell is in charge of the
Will McCarl , who was summoned to
Iowa , a few weeks since , by the illness
of his mother , arrived home first of this
A shower of toads recently fell on the
railroad track in Topeka , Kas. , and so
impeded the progress of a freight train •
that it came to a halt.
Mrs. B. J. Sharkey and little Barnard
left on last Thursday for ColumbusOhio ,
to visit her father. They will be absent
two or three weeks.
Quite a number of the railroad boys
took in the great Republican rally at .
Hastings , Tuesday. It was a deep and
lasting source of inspiration.
The Burlington has shipped some forty :
cars of agricultural products from Nebraska - 1
braska to Illinois county fairs. The
company believes in advertising.
A full account of the death of Engineer
McChesney , who formerly was employed
on the western division of the Burlington - '
ton , will be found elsewhere in this issue. (
He was well and favorably known to ;
Conductor W. G. Reddin has been sus
pended from the service indefinitely , a
fact his many friends on the Western di
vision will deplore. He has been con
sidered one of the Burlington's finest , ;
and all hope for his early reinstatement.
One of the fastest runs ever made be
tween Omaha and here was made yesterday - :
day by the train bringing in the union
generals , Mr. McLennanengineer. The i
run of fifty-five miles was made in exact
ly fifty-nine minutes , according to the
dispatcher's time. The engineer reports
it fifty-six minutes. Lincoln Journal.
October first the merit system went .
in vogue among the employes of '
the Rock Island. Merits for especially
good deeds and demerits for any viola- ;
tious of the company's rules will be
placed on each man's record as occasion
demands. After sixty-five demerits '
marks have been placed opposite any
employe's name he will be discharged. 1
Dr. E. H. Waters arrived home , mid
week , from his visit east.
Brakemau W. S. Tornlinson entertain
ed his mother from Oxford , early in the
The dispatchers on the Canadian Pa
cific railroad have gone out on a strike.
The commercial telegraphers are not af
The monthly statement of the Chica
go , Burlington and Quincy railroad com
pany , issued September 29th , shows :
Gross earning for the month of August ,
1896 , $3,114,266.92 , against $3,232,147.25
lor the month of August , 1895 , and net
earnings for the month of August , 1896 ,
$440,651.02 , against $473,911.68 for the
month of August , 1895. Also gross earn
ings for the mouths of January 1 to Au
gust 31,1896 , $21,459,735 35 , against $20 , -
552.7S7.36 for the same period in 1895 ,
and net earnings for the months of Janu
ary 1 to August 31 , 1896 , $251,953 37.
against a deficit for the same period of
1895 of $81,161 90.
Jack. Burton is running the 7 , while
Anson is recuperating in the east with
It is officially announced that the train
crews on the Hastings and Oberlin run
will remove to Hastings soon.
Mrs. H. L. Cooley , wife of the agent
at Woodruff , returned on Saturday from
an extended visit to her parents at Red
Conductor Quigley had charge of a
special from Hastings to Blue Hill , on
Saturday , and Conductor Miller ran one
from Red Cloud to Blue Hill the same
Wednesday , September 30th , was the
last day for weighing freight at Red
Cloud. "Terry" Kick goes back • to
Bloomington andRushton goes to Orono-
Conductor W. Brown had charge of
the special from Republican to Oberlin
on Tuesday. A great crowd and moun
tains of "sound money" enthusiasm pre
Agent Bardon at Republican is a very
proud man , at present writing. He has
secured and the company is now build
ing a freight room to the station and will
make the old freight room into a wait
ing room , thus giving a W. R. for ladies
and gentlemen separately.
Comfort to California.
Every Thursday morning , a tourist
sleeping car for Salt Lake Oity , San
Francisco and Los Angeles leaves Oma
ha and Lincoln via the Burlington Route.
It is carpeted , upholstered in rattan ,
has spring seats and backs and is pro
vided with curtains , bedding , towels ,
soap , etc. An experienced excursion
conductor and a uniformed Pullman porter
ter accompany it through to the Pacific
coast. While neither as expensively fin
ished nor as fine to look at as a palace
sleeper.it is just as goods to ride in.
Second class tickets are honored and the
price of a berth , wide enough and big
enough for two , is only $5.00.
For a folder giving full particulars ,
call at the nearest B. & M. R. R. ticket
office , or write to J. Francis , Gen'IPass'r
Agent , Burlington Route , Omaha , Nebr.
Festival of Mountain and Plain.
Denver , Col. , Oct. 6-8. For the above
occasion we will sell round trip tickets
to Denver for $9.40. Tickets on sale
Oct. 5th to 8th inclusive , with final re
turn limit of Oct. 10th.
C. E. Magner , Agent.
J. T. Bulxard of Palisade was a city
visitor , Monday.
Rev. R. L. Knox and. family left on
ruesday morning for Iowa. !
Revs. Badcon and Bell are absent at
the quarterly meeting in Ogallala.
J. E. KELT.EV spent the closing days
if last week and the first of this in Lin-
County Clerk Green has moved in
to the McAlpine residence , recently vacated - '
cated by Conductor Cal. Kenady.
L. M. Graham , Populist nominee for
Jtate senator , was in the city , Wednes-
3ay , in the interest of his campaign.
Ernest McConneix has been here ,
the past week , visiting his sister , Mrs.
Albert McMillen , and oldtime friends.
Ernest was a Burlington employe before
the great strike. He in now employed
in a Canadian road running out of To
ronto. His wife and little girl are with
tiim. Then have been down in Texas on
1 short visit and will take in Denver be
fore returning home.
Dr. Z. L. Kay.
Office , rooms 4 and 5 over Leach's
jewelry store. Residence , room 21 ,
Fifteen (15) cents will buy a box of
nice writing paper at this office , con
taining 24 sheets of paper and 24 envel
Knipple is selling everything in the
jueensware line at cost and less than
Hanging lamps at from S2.75 up at
You can buy anything you want in
the line of queensware at cost at
Knipple's. He is closing out that
'ine ' , you don 't have to buy a whole
set of dishes , but anything and ev
erything at cost.
1 Sieeial Sale of Glials 1 I
p | FRIDAY AND SATURDAY , | H
I OCTOBER 9 & 10 g I
WW J3raIlemember the clntesou cannot afford to CiTftS H
fr > SS3 miss this sale if you want a winter wrap. Cloaks , § 2 |
Vnl& Capes end Jackets for Ladies and Misses. New D/ff2 |
E j3 goods correct. S.tyles at low prices. Come and see SWl 1
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HI DRESS GOODS R
j fU SSfT'Onr. stock the largest , our prices the lowest , wjfe/5 1
bQ& Elegant variety of Novelties and Plain Goods Those S H
l jl goods were bought before the final dry spell on pros- * & $ H
i k S pects of a good crop. Our loss is your gain. You fW H
frc 3 can make money bv buying dress goods of us. 1 |
m& SSFWe sell the celebrated G-D Corsets. Evft2 H
SS3 ery corset guaranteed to give satisfaction. § m ? H
im Winter Underwear 1 | H
U3 Z5 § XVe excell in this. We have the best and p lfe H
ggfo cheapest line in this section. JiLANKETS at 50c. Jpft M
Sols a pair and upwards. Come and inspect them. crtfi ? H
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& 8 § ESlTHats and Caps , Boots and Shoes all go & 5 M
& fi3 at hard times prices. ivp |
JJUJMJ J = SF"Stock always fresh. Highest market price Pi ? l |
a * \ ; paid for country produce. nj Vi j l
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fim C. L. DeGROFF & CO. S2jn H
Over 2,000 samples of Fall H
and Winter Goods. M
MEN'S ' SUITS S9.00 M
BOYS' SUITS - 3.50 |
OVERCOATS S.CO M
These are all wool and well made. 400 j H
fine samples for Suitings , Overcoats , Ladies' H
Cloaks , Jackets and Capes to sell by the yard. i |
Full line of Trimmings. Call and see them. H
Satisfy yourselves. H
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