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About The McCook tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 1886-1936 | View Entire Issue (May 27, 1898)
. GANSCHOW ,
THE OLD RELIABLE
m SHOE DEALER
Carries the Largest and Finest
stock of seasonable goods in the
Boot and Shoe line to be found in
@ Southwestern Nebraska.
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§ McCOOK , NEBRASKA ,
Madeto Order for $12.50 ; look |
neat , fit well , nicely made
and good wearers.
money ; guar
anteed all wool
and to give extra -
tra good satis-
Suits for Boys , big * and little ,
$3.50 and. upward. Two pairs
slirot pants , $1.25.
\ . Full line of Furnishing Goods
everything a man wants to wear.
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FOR THE LADIES Stylish Tailor Made Suits , Skirts , Waists , \ ]
Jackets and Capes. Also Mackintoshes , Undervests and
Hosiery. _ _ _ _ _ _ _
All Goods sold subject to Examination and Approval before taking.
I. T. BENJAMIN.
Go. land aid Jve Stock Go.
Horses branded on left hip or left shoulder
P. O. address Imperial
Chase county , and Beat
krice. Nebraska. Range ,
IStlnklngr Water and tbe
[ Frenchman creeks , in
Chase county , Nebraska.
| Brand as cut onsideof
I some animals , on hip and
, sides of some , or any
where on the animal
FRANCIS E. DIVINE.
CANCER DOCTOR ,
McCooK , NEBRASKA.
flF1 ! guarantee a cure. No cure , no
pay. Write me at above address , or call
at my home in Coleman precinct.
DeWitt's Colic & Cholera Cure ,
Pleasant , Quick Results , Safe to take.
Corrected Friday morning.
Corn $ .23
Wheat i .00
ye , 47
Potatoes 75 @ i.oo
S. M. Geary , Pierson , Micb. , writes :
"DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve , is curing
more piles here todaj- than all other rem
edies combined. It cures eczema and all
other skin diseases. " A. McMillen.
SCALE BOOKS For sale at THE TRIB
UNE office. Best iu the market.
S.E.Parker , Sharon , Wis. , writes :
"I have tried DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Salve for itching piles and it always stops
them in two minutes I consider De-
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve the greatest
pile cure on the market. " A. McMillen.
THE TRIBUNE and The New-York
Tribune for $1.25 a year , strictly in ad
"I would not be without Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy for its weight in gold , "
writes D. J. Jones , of Holland , Va. "My
wife was troubled with a cough for near
ly two years. I tried various patent rem
edies , besides numerous prescriptions
from physicians , all of which did me no
good. I was at last persuaded to try a
bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy ,
which promptly relieved the cough.
The second bottle effected a complete
cure. " The 25 and 50 cent bottles are
for sale by L. W. McConnell & Co.
The human machine starts but once
and 'stops but once. You can keep it
going longest and most regularly by
using DeWitt's Little Early Risers , the
famous little pills for all stomach and
THE TRIBUNE and The Chicago Inter-
Ocean for $1.35 ayear , strictly in advance.
MARBLE Off GRANITE MONUMENTS
All Kinds , Sizes and Prices.
A. G. DOLE , Agent. McCook , Neb.
ALSO MUTUAL INSURANCE . . .
FARM , STOCK AND MERCANTILE
In the German Mutual , Omaha : Mercantile Mu
tual , Lincoln ; Farmers Mutual , Lincoln.
TIME TABLE. Burlington' '
HcCOOE , HEB2AGZA.
LINCOLN , DENVER ,
OMAHA , HELENA ,
CHICAGO , BUTTE ,
ST. JOSEPH. PORTLAND ,
KANSAS CITY , SALT LAKE CITY ,
ST. LOUIS AND ALL SAN FRANCISCO ,
I'OINTS EAST AND AND ALL POINTS
TRAINS LEAVE AS FOLLOWS :
No. 2. Vestibuled Express , daily ,
Lincoln , Omaha , St. Joe ,
Kansas City , St. LouisChi-
cage , and all points south
and east 6:15 A.M.
No. 4. Local Express , daily , Hast
No. 6. Chicago Flyer 4:40 : p. M.
No.l48. Freight , daily , ex. Sunday ,
Hastings and intermediate
stations 5:00 A. M.
No. 76. Freight , daily , Oxford , IIol-
clrege , Hastings 6:30 A. M.
No. 80. Freight , daily , Hastings and
intermediate stations 7:27 A. M.
No. 64. Freight , daily , Oxford , Red
Cloud , St. Joe , Kansas City 4:00 A. M.
No. 5. Local Express , daily , ar
rives at 8:05 P. M.
No. I. Denver Flyer 6:20 : A. M.
No. 3. Vestibuled Express , daily ,
Denver and all points in
Colo.Utah and California , 11:40 P.M.
No.i49. Freight , daily , ex. Sunday ,
Akron and interm.eeliatesta-
tions 6:45 A. M.
No. 77. Freight , dailyStrattonBen-
kehnan , Haigler , VVrayand
Akron 1:50 P. M.
No. 63. Freight , daily.Stratton.Ben-
kelman , IlaiglerVray and
Akron 4:30 P. M.
No.i75- Accommodation , Mondays ,
Wednesdays and Fridays ,
Imperial and intermediate
stations 6:38 : 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 A. P.Thomson , Agent ,
McCook , Nebraska , or J. Francis , General
Passenger Agent , Omaha , Nebraska.
RAILROAD NEWS ITEMS.
Brakeuian Engberg spent Sunday in
Mrs. O. D. Keith was a Hastings visi
tor , last Saturday.
Bert and Ida McCarl left , Wednesday ,
for Chicago , on a visit.
Brakeman Herman Hegenberger is
temporarily on the Hastings-Oberlin
Supt. Campbell went east , Thursday
morning , on his private car , attached to
No. 76 :
The company fence between the track
and South McCook has cut off driving
across lots in a large measure.
No. i , yesterday morning , carried west
10,000 primers for one , two and six
pound guns and five inch rifles.
Brakeman J. J. Oldham of the Oxford-
St. Francis line has been spending a few
da3'sat headquarters , this week.
Switchman W. C. Sparks of the Hold-
rege yards was quite badly injured , this
week , by falling off of a box car.
Switchman John Humphreys is down
at Holdrege relieving Switchman Sparks
who was severely injured , this week.
A private letter announces the birth of
a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. LB. . Stiles ,
who are now making their home in
Brakeman W. E. Delong of the Hast
ings-Oberlin run has resigned and J. R.
Olmstead has taken his place in the ser
F. W. Rank has purchased the Ed.
Kane dwelling on North Main. He
moved into the same , Saturday and
Brakeman F. D. Griffith was slightly
injured , Monday , at Beverly , by being
caught and squeezed between the coal
shed and a box car.
Chief of Motive Power D. Hawks-
worth was up from Plattsmouth , yester-
terday , on business of his important of
fice , guest of his son Frank.
W. J. Purvis is very sick with blood
poisoning , the result of running a sliver
into his hand. His condition has been
such as to cause some concern part of
the week , but he is better at this writing.
The celebration , Tuesday evening , was
premature , but exhibited the uoisr qual
ities of the new cannon recently com
pleted by the roundhouse force. It is
complete with frame and wheels , and is
altogether quite an amateur cannon.
Fireman Walter Stokes had the mis
fortune to fall off of his engine at Ox
ford , last Saturday , while taking water
at that station , and sustained a badly
sprained right arm at the wrist and el
bow , which may lay him off for a long
Engineer George R. Johnson is ac
quiring a great reputation as a fisher
man. Monday was one of his big days.
Among other startling incidents o'f the
day was an involuntary bath in the Re
publican river , which caused DeckHard-
ing to almost rupture a blood vessel
while laughing at George's frantic efforts
to get out of the water. Deck avers that
George threshed around in the river like
a mammoth porpoise , and in' his efforts
to get out quite tore the legs of his
pantaloons in ribbons.
Three Pretty Little Churches.
The June Ladies' Home Journal prints
the plans for three model small churches
churches that can be built at small
: ost. The plans are by the Journal's
special architect , and the churches are
3uch as would be desired in small com
munities where money for their con
struction is not over-plentiful.
Opening of the Trans-Mississippi Ex
Wednesday , June iPresident , McKinley
will touch a button in Washington which
will set in motion the machinery of the
Trans-Mississippi Exposition at Omaha.
Previous to starting the machinery the
president will speak a few words of greet
ing over the long-distance telephone.
The message will be read to the audience
by Governor Holcomb.
The program for the da } ' is given be
I0oo a. m. Parade of Slate University and
High School Cadets , Officials of the Expo
sition , speakers , invited guests , and bands ,
to the Exposition grounds.
The opening exercises will be held at the
east end of the Grand Court and will consist
of music by the United States Marine Band
and the Trans-Mississippi Exposition Chorus ,
150 voices , and addresses by the President of
the Exposition , Senator Allen , and Hon. John
N. Baldwin of Council Bluffs.
2:00 : p. m. Concert by United States Marine
3:00 : p. m. Public reception in Government
8:15 p. m. Concert by Thomas' Chicago Or
9:00 p. m. Grand display of fireworks.
For the opening of the Trans-Missis
sippi Exposition the Burlington Route
offers extraordinarily low rates.
Special trains to Omaha will be run
from Ravenna , Superior , Hastings ,
Schuyler , Columbus , Concordia , Chester ,
Nebraska City , and intermediate sta
tions , enabling visitors froui out of the
town to reach the Exposition grounds in
time to witness the opening exercises
Tickets will be good to return on the
special trains of the evening of June ist
for points named above , or on regular
trains of June ad. For detailed informa
tion about rates and train service , call at
Burlington Route ticket office.
J. FRANCIS ,
General Passenger Agt. , Omaha.
Worthy Master Jones , P. of H.
Culbertson , Neb. , May 7 , 1898.
EDITOR MCCOOK TRIBUNE ,
McCook , Nebraska.
Will you please give notice through
your paper that Worthy Master Jones of
the National Grange P. of H. will de
liver a public address in the court house
at Culbertson , June I , 1898 , at I p. m.
sharp. He will talk to us about farming
and the advantage to farmers of organi
zation on grange lines. He is a pleasant
and instructive speaker. All should turn
out and give him a hearty welcome. No
one barred from attending on account
of their business pursuits. Ladies and
gentlemen alike heartily welcome Far
mers especially are earnestly requested
to attend. Take a day off if necessary.
It will pay you. Admittance free. Mr.
Jones comes to us from South Bend ,
Indiana. Respectfully ,
JOHN M. WILLIAMS ,
Master State Granger.
The Grand Opening1 Concert of Thomas'
In the Auditorium , is but one of a hun
dred delightful features of the program
for the opening of the Trans-Mississippi
Exposition at Omaha , Wednesday , June
ist. Low rates and special train service
on the Burlington. See the local agent.
The coat may not make the man , but
a coat of paint will accomplish wonders
toward improving the appearance of
private dwellings and business-houses
and thus of the entire city. John Esker-
son does the most artistic work at the
most reasonable prices. Shop in the
old U. S. land office.
Facts to Remember.
The postoffice lobby opens at 6:30 in
the morning. The general delivery at
8 o'clock. Money order window closes
at 5:30. : Postoffice at 7:30. General de
livery open Sundays from 12 to I.
Tablets and Box Papers.
You will find a fine line of tablets and
box papers at this office for sale at very
reasonable figures and of the best qual-
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THE TRIBUNE and The Toledo Blade
for $1.25 a year , strictly in advance.
Guaranteed Mixed Paint atMcMillen's
COBS ! COBS ! COBS ! W. C. Bullard &
Go to Ludwick's SecondHand
ond-Hand Store for
tihwork and repair
ing' of gasoline stoves
and sewing machines.
The BEST Paint to
buy is the SHERTVES'-
WILLIAMS Co.'s. It
goes farther , lasts
longer , and gives bet
ter satisfaction than
We have all kinds
and colors and for all
Now is the Time to Buy Them. S8 $
- We are Offering Our Large Line of
Summer Dress Goods ats '
Very Low Prices.
BARGAINS IN ;
Dress Skirts m
Give us a call and be convinced
that you can save money
by trading with us.
Get our Prices on Men's , Boys' and Chil
dren's Clothing , Shoes , Hats , etc.
Grocery Stock as ever Fresh and
Complete at Lowest Prices.
Units AT THE . . .
C. L. DeGROFF & CO.
Authorized Capital , $100,000.
Capital and Surplus , $60,000
GEO. HOCKNELL , President. B. M. FREES , V. Pras.
IV. F. LAWSON , Cashier. F. A. PEN NELL , Ass't Cash.
A. CAMPBELL , Director. FRANK HARRIS , Director.
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V. FRANKLIN , PRESIDENT. A. C. EBERT , CASHIER ,
CITIZENS BANK ?
OF MeCOOK , NEB.
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Paid Up Capital , § 50,000. Surplus , § 5000
= DIRECTORS =
/ . FRANKLIN , W.F.McFARLAND , A. C. EBERT ,
H. T. CHURCH , OSCAR CALLIHAN , C. H. WILLARD.
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