The McCook tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 1886-1936, June 24, 1898, Image 5
§ 2 J T. GAN8CHOW , li 01,15 RELIABLE * i3 M SHOE DEALER j2 * * r 1 si . ' .Carries the Largest and Finest f | | stock of seasonable goods in the Boot-and Shoe line to be found in Southwestern Nebraska. ' . . , J. F. GANSCHOW , I 14 McCOOK , NEBRASKA. Si ! -BEE HIVE" SAJLE. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. 3 Bbls. JELLY TUMBLERS with covers ; any size or style. Take what you need at 29c PER DOZEN COLANDERS good and large just what you need now in fruit season. In this sale , at 5c Standard Oil Co.'s "BLACK DIAMOND" AXLE GREASE. We'll put up 8 boxes this time for 25c PALM LEAF FANS-the good , old-fashioned kind. We ordered them with" this hot weather. How many do you want at - 6 for 5c We have just added to our line Ladies' Kid Gloves in all the latest shades ; also Ribbons , Hair Nets and Face Veilings. You know we will make the right price. ! f\ The -BEE HIVE , " MeCook. X Chamberlain's Pain Balm has no equal as a household liniment. It is the best remedy known for rheumatism , lame back , neuralgia ; while for sprains , cuts , bruises , burns , scalds and sore throat , is invaluable. Wertz & Pike , merchants , Fernandina , Fla. , 'write : "Everyone who buys a bottle of Chamberlain's Remedies/comes back and says it is the best medicine he has ever used. " 25 and 50 cents per bottle at McConnell's drug store. At Reduced Rates. Subscriptions taken at THE TRIBUNE office for any publication at reduced rates. _ _ _ _ THE TRIBUNE and The Chicago Inter- Ocean for $1.35 a year , strictly in advance. Facts to Remember. The postoffice lobby opens at 6:30 : in the morning. The general delivery at S o'clock. Money order window closes at 5:30. Postoffice at 7:30. General de livery open Sundays from 12 to i. McCook Markets. Corrected Friday , morning. Corn .18 Wheat 5I ° Oats I ? Rye .28 Barley .18 Hogs .15 Eggs .07 Butter .12 New potatoes . 60 Strawberries MARBLE OR GRANITE MONUMENTS All Kinds , Sizes and Prices. A. G. DOLE , Agent. McCook , Neb. ALSO MUTUAL INSURANCE . . . FARM. STOCK. AND MERCANTILE In Mutual. Omalm ; Mercantile Mu tual , Lincoln ; Fanners Mutual. Lincoln. Go to Ludwick's SecondHand - ond-Hand Store for tinworli and repair ing of gasoline stoves and sewing machines. Burlington Route. Low rates east , west and south. Omaha and return , June 19-20-22-23-26- 27-29. San Francisco and return , June 28-29. Hot Springs , S.D. , and return , June 30 and July 5. PortlandOre. , and return , June 30 and July i. Nashville.Tenn. , and return , July 1-2- 3- Salt Lake City and return , July 3. Washington , D.C. , and return , July 3- 4-5- Buffalo and return , July 11-12. Ask the local ticket agent for particu lars. J. Francis , General Passenger Agent , Omaha , Neb. 6-17-315. $5OO for Good Guessing. The Nebraska Farmer has inaugurated for its subscribers a unique guessing scheme on the possible number of paid admissions to the Trans-Mississippi Ex position , now running at Omaha. $100 will be paid for first nearest guess. $50 each for next two nearest guesses. $10 each for next ten " " $2 each for next fifty " " $ i each for next 100 " " One guess may be made with each yearly subscription paid in advance at regulor price , one dollar , so that every one guessing will get The Nebraska Far mer one year and have a chance besides to get from one dollar to one hundred dollars , and there will be 163 persons who will get these cash premiums. For sample copies , terms to agents and full particulars address NEBRASKA FARMER Co. , 1511 Dodge St. , Omaha , Neb. The Chief Burgess of Milesburjj , Pa. , seys DeWitt's Little Early Risers are the best pills he ever used in his family during forty years of housekeeping. They cure constipation , sick headache and stomach and liver troubles. Small in size but great in results. A. McMil len. TIME. TABLE. KeSCOE , : tE32ASEA. LINCOLN , DENVER , OMAHA , HELENA , CHICAGO. BUTTE , , ST. JOSEPH , ' PORTLAND. KANSAS CITY , SA'LT LAKE CITY , ST. LOUIS AND AI.L SAN FRANCISCO , POINTS EAST AND AND ALI. I'OINTS SOUTH. WEST. TRAINS LEAVE AS FOLLOWS : . CENTRAL TIME. No. 2. Vcstibuled Express , daily , ? Lincoln , Omaha , St. Joe , Kansas City , St. Louis.Chi- cage , and all points south and east 6:15 A.M. No. 4. Local Express , daily , Hast- . ' injjs 11:00 P.M. ' No. 6. Chicago Flyer. , 4:40 r. M. No.i48. Freight , daily , ex. Sunday , Hastings and intermediate stations S:0 ° A-M- No. 76. Freight , daily , Oxford , liol- drege , Hastings 6:30A.M. No. So. 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. MOUNTAIN TIME. No. I. Denver Flyer 6:20 A. M. No. 3. Vestibuled Express , daily , Denver and all points in Colo.Utah and California , 11140 P.M. No.l49. Freight , daily , ex. Sunday , Akron and intermedfotesta- tions 6:45 A. M. No. 77. Freight , dailyStrattonBen- kelman , HaiglerVray and Akron 1:5o P. M. No. 63. Freight , daily.Stratton.Ben- kelman , Haigler , Wray and Akron 4:30 P. M. No.i7S. 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 cheeked 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. Brakeinan Ed. Beyrer is taking a lay off. Brakeman J. F. Custer is on the sick- list. Mrs. F. S.Curr } ' was a Benkelinan vis itor , early in the week. Mrs.T.M.Mundy went up to Imperial , early in the week , on a visit. Brakeman L. M.'Best is home from Hastings and on the sick-list. L. W. Stayner visited the home folks in Edgar , Saturday and Sunday. Conductor V. H. Solliday made a trip to Red Cloud , close oflast week. D. A. Lucas left on No. 6 , Sunday afternoon , for Chicago , on a visit. Miss Robidoux of Benkelman has been visiting Miss Kate O'Connell , this week. Addison Miller and family returned home , first of the week , fron a short visit. visit.G. G. R. Snyder has purchased the J. A. Cordeal residence over on Monmouth street. Myrtle Pronger and Dollie Archibald returned on No. 6 , Sunday , from a visit to Denver. Mrs. E. F. Caffrey went down to Ox ford , Monday , to arrange for moving to that place. Mrs. V. H. Solliday returned from a visit to Red Cloud relatives , last Satur day night. H. E. McKain has taken a long lay off , and on Thursday morning departed for the state of Washington. Will McManigal went down to Red Cloud , last Sunday morning , to visit his brother Charlie a couple weeks. Conductor J. J. Curran had Conductor Frank Kendlen's regular run while the latter had the special , Monday. Brakeman M. S. Parkes is a new brakeman and is relieving Best at pres ent on the Hastings-Oberlin run. Conductor and Mrs. Mose Carmony mourn the loss of an infant child. The remains were interred in Longview cem etery , Saturday morning. Misses Pearl and Lillie Smith came up from Red Cloud , Sunday night , and are the guests of their sister , Mrs. W. D. Burnett. They will remain a few weeks. Conductor Frank Kendlen went down to Hastings , Sunday afternoon on 6 , to bring up the special carrying delegates to the convention of Women's Clubs in Denver. Mrs. J. A. Harris went down to Repub lican City , Thursday morning , on a visit. Miss Zetta Dawson , who has been visit ing her , returned to her home in Repub lican City on the same train. No. I , Monday morning , arrived here in two sections , the second section carry ing delegates to the convention of Wom en's Clubs in Denver. The train was equipped with a diner and baggage car , all the other cars being Pullman sleepers. Special School Notice. To patrons and school boards : I de sire to call your attention to section 40 subdivision 5 of the school laws , that you may discuss it at the annual meet ing. Districts not maintaining a school of their own can settle the difficulty by making contract with a neighboring dis trict for the instruction of their pupils. Those desiring to avail themselves of the provisions of this law , please notify me and I will send blanks for "Contract Between Districts , " also for "Contract for Transportation of Pupils. " LILLIAN WELBORN , Co. Sup't. A Soldier Boy's Letter. Catholic Truth Society , Camp Merrill , San Francisco , Cal. , June i6lh 1898 Dear Father : I received your letter to day. The letters I have written to you have all borne my address. The reason why I have not named my "camp or com pany was because I was not j-etassigned. San Francisco is a city of wonders. It is always cool here on account of the breeze from the bay.I cannot tell you anything , much about army life yet , for I am not settled down enough and have to study to drill. We. use the ' 97 Krag- Jorgensen. We have to .drill five hours a day. We eat-beans , bacon , bread , hash and coffee. , We have one knapsack , one haversack , one combined plate and frying-pan , one cup , knife , fork and spoon. I belong to the regulars. I have one knit shirt of blue , a pair of shoes , a hat , , plenty of underwear , a blanket and that is all. My companions in the tent are the nicest fellows I know. When I was in Fort McPherson , from which place I wrote you , we lived two weeks on slum and hard-tack and had no blankets. Eight days have passed since my nineteenth birthday. I have a fine time going on the steamboats. I went to a park picnic ; we had fat women's races and several other things. We are camped by the Golden Gate park ; it has all kinds of .foreign plants and trees in it. On one of these high hills or low mountains is a high building where a fine viexv can be obtained of all the city. To the south of us is the Golden Gate park ; to the east is about three miles of graves and also a crematory ; to the west is a graveyard ; we are also encamped over an old Chinese burying ground. Your son , THOMAS B. HARRIS. A Cook Book Free. "Table and Kitchen" is the title of a new cook book published by the Price Baking Powder Company , Chicago. Just at this time it will be sent free if you write a postal mentioning THE McCooK TRIBUNE. This book has been tried by ourselves and is one the very best of its kind. Besides containing over 400 receipts for all kinds of pastry and home cookery , there are many hints for the table and kitchen , showing how to set a table , how to enter the dining room , etc. ; a hundred and one hints in every branch of the culinary art. Cookery of the very finest and richest as well as of the most economical and home like , is provided for. Remember "Table and Kitchen" will be sent , postage prepaid , to any lady sending her address ( name , town and state ) plainly given. A copy in German or Scandinavian will be sent if desired. Postal card is as good as a letter. Ad dress Price Baking Powder Co. , Chicago. Uncle Sam Knows Best. Two deaths in a volunteer regiment in one day. One died because he ate too little , the other because he ate too much. The one crossed the valley of the shadow as the result of not feeding a cold and thus allowing the cold to become pneu monia. The other crossed the same valley as the result of eating pies and doughnuts and candied yams when he should have been eating bacon and beans and fried potatoes. Perhaps the volunteers will learn that the unpalatable rations furnished by Uncle Sam are really the best suited for men in the field. Collier's Weekly. Parent Plant Destroyed. The Beatrice Creamery Co. plant in Lincoln was completely destroyed by fire , Wednesday night , entailing a loss of about $35,000 , upon which they have an insurance of $ iScoo. The egg de partment of the company will be opened at once in Lincoln , while the churning will be temporarily carried on by the company in its other factories in Bea trice , and other points. Tablets and Box Papers. You will find a fine line of tablets and box papers at this office for sale at very reasonable and of the-best figures - qual ity. Order your cobs at Bullard's. A few left. See McMillen's new stock of WALL PAPER. Be in the sv/irr. Buy one of those wonderful Vive Cameras from H. P. Sutton. Bob Moore of LaFayette , Ind. , says that for constipation he lias found De- Witt's Little Early Risers to be perfect. They never gripe. Try them for stomach and liver troubles. A. McMillen. THE TRIBUNE and Demorest's Family Magazine for $1.75 a year , strictly in advance. Win your battles against disease by acting promptly. One Minute Cough Cure produces immediate results. When taken early it prevents consumption. And in later stages it furnishes prompt relief. A. McMillen. SCALE BOOKS For sale at THE TRIB UNE office. Best in the market. The editor of the Evans City , Pa. , Globe , writes : "One Minute Cough Cure is rightly named. It cured my children after all other remedies failed. " It cures coughs , colds and all throat and lung troubles. A. McMillen. THE TRIBUNE and The New-York Tribune for $1.25 a year , -strictly in ad vance. Come in and secure the series of "Uncle Sam's" navy portfolios while the series is yet complete. THE TRIBUNE and The Toledo Blade for $1.25 a year , strictly in advance. A few more cobs at Bullard's. Order Now is the Time" to Buy Them , We are Offering Our Large Line of | f | Summer Dress Goods at s vvJ Very Low Prices. ii ata BARGAINS Ladies' Suits Ihirf 'mil ' Give us a call ami 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. AT THE . . . C. L. DeGROFF & CO. n 'NATIONAL * . u wro\ < w < r ooo Authorized Capital , $100,000. Capital and Surplus , $60,000 ooo GEO. HOCKHELL , President. B. Itl. FREES , V. Pres. W. F. LAWSON , Cashier. F. A. PENNELL , Ass't Cash. A. CAMPBELL , Director. FRANK HARRIS , Director. ivP sJI fe V. FRANKLIN , PRESIDENT. A. C. EBERT , CASHIER. CITIZENS BANK rip OF - MeCOOK , NEB. ft Paid Up Capital , $50,000. Surplus , $5,000 DIRECTORS K V. FRANKLIN , W.F.McFARLAND , A. C. EBERT , K / / . r. CHURCH , OSCAR CALLIHAN , C. H. WILLARD.