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About The McCook tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 1886-1936 | View Entire Issue (March 24, 1899)
If you wear the right kind of
Kg ? Shoes ; but you never saw a. hust 1
ler in your life who went limping i ?
about with ill-fitting , foot-binding
Shoes. Nothing will take the
tuck out of ambition quicker than
a pair of tortured feet. The best
shoes for hustling are sold by
They are stylish in appearance
but they are made to wear , as
well as to look at. They wear * m
well , look well , fit well and walk
well. Wear them , and it won't
be painful when you try to get a
move on yourself. * \
J. F. QANSCHOW ,
McCook , Neb.
I Authorized Capital , $100OOO.
Capital and Surplus , $60OOO
GEO. HOCKNELL , President. B. M. FREES , V. Pros.
W. F. LAWSON , Cashier. F. A. PENNELL , Ass't Cash.
A. CAMPBELL , Director. FRANK HARRIS , Director
Are You Married
to any old place to trade ? If not , please look
over this partial list of our goods and see if you
are not paying too much.
4-Pint Tin Cups for 5c.
10-Inch Flat Mill , File , each 10c.
10-Quart Galvanized Iron Pails 18c.
Nails , all common sizes , per pound 3c.
Three Dozen Clothes Pins for 5c.
Corn Starch , 1Ib. . papers , each 5c.
Laundry Starch , 1Ib. . papers , each 5c.
Garden Seeds , 8 regular 5c. pkgs for 25c.
Nursing Bottles with Tube and Cleaners 15c.
Webster's International Dictionary 69c.
Our goods are all new and bright and clean ,
with prices lower than ever before.
THE "BEE HIVE/ '
McCOOK , - NEBRASKA
G. H. Simmerman sold a bnncli
of swiue , last week.
J. B. Smith has bten soraewlmt
under the weather since last week
but is getting better.
H. K. Bixler has threshed his
milo maize or kaffir corn , R. H.
Traphagau doing the job.
The six-mouth's school in dis
trict 74 has closed. Miss Delia
Carothers was the teacher.
The Stryker boys trapped a
coyote that measured five feet from
its nose to the end of its tail.
There will be an entertainment
in Spring Creek school-house , next
Saturday evening , by the pupils
The Woodman's entertainment ,
"Carl Johnson , the Woodman , "
last Saturday night , in the schoolhouse -
house , was a success.
M. L. Brown and brother Wil
liam are selling as fast as they
can the farm articles they do not
want to take with them to Oregon.
We hear that H. T. Church has
bought another quarter section of
land in this precinct. He is one
of the men who believes in expan
Arthur Church cut his foot , a
week or two since , while cutting
wood , and has been laid up for
repairs ever since. He is improv
ing and will soon be able to work
The farmers are getting some
what anxious about getting at
their spring work. Some have
sowed wheat but it makes slow
progress on account of so much
Mrs. Ward and family who went
to Iowa , last fall , are on their way
back to Nebraska. Mrs. Ward is
somewhat afflicted with the rheu
matism and we hope she will be in
better health when she gets back
to her old bome.-
FEOM SAN FRANCISCO
COMES THE NEWS THAT FOR CATARRH
NO REMEDY IS SO BENEFICIAL
Hon. William A. Deane , clerk
of the city and county of San
Francisco , is an exceptionally pop
ular young man , socially and po
litically. In a letter written Jan.
28th , 1899 , from San Francisco ,
Dr. Hartman , Mr. Deane has the
following to say of Pe-uu-ua :
"The Pe-ru-na ' ' Co.
- - Drug M'f'g :
Gentlemen I would not be with
out Pe-ru-ua , as I have found it
to be the best remedy for catarrhal
complaints that I have ever used.
I have tried most all of the so-
called catarrh remedies advertised ,
and can conscientiously say that
of all the remedies for catarrhal
complaints recommended to me
none have been so beneficial as
Pe-ru-na. War. A. DEANE. "
The spring-time is the most
favorable time of the year to treat
catarrh. There is so much less
liability to take fresh cold that the
treatment is unimpeded. All old
cases of chronic catarrh should
begin immediately a course of Pe
ru na as directed in Dr. Haiiman's
books on this disease. There are
so many different phases and
stages of catarrh that one hardly
knows when he has it. A great
many people think they are suffer
ing from something else and have
tried many medicines in vain , when
if they could realize that it is ca
tarrh and .take Pe-ru-na for it
they would improve promptly and
soon recover entirely. There are
no substitutes. Let no one per
suade you there are other catarrh
remedies just as good.
"Winter Catarrh" is a book writ
ten by Dr. Hartman , Columbus ,
Ohio. Sent free to any address.
Tablet's Buckeye Pile ointment is no
panacea , but is recommended for piles
only. These it will cure. Price 500 in
bottles ; tubes 750 at McConnelPs.
McCook Transfer Line
J. H. DWYER , Proprietor.
attention paid to
hauling furniture. Leave orders
at either lumber yard.
We lenru Unit C. S. Blair IIHB
bought the Swnusou farm near
by his place.
Frank Moore attended the meet
ing of assessors in the county
seat , Tuesday :
G.V. . Kimpton and family ex
pect to start for Arkansas over
land , next mouth.
Some will adopt the policy of
expansion in their farming oper
ations , this year.
Rev. Mylauder preaches every
other Sunday at B p. m. in the
Rev. Lavine will move on to
Charles Johnsonts farm near Tyrone
rene and make his home there.
While peddlers and canvassers
are being put in jail what shall
be done with the insurance fiends
who make life a burden to us ?
Alvin and Bert Benjamin mar
keted hogs at Cedar Bluffs , Kan
sas , Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Relph at
tended Quaiterly conference at
South IMoC.'ok , Thursday of last
Lavega Olmstead is working for
J.E. Doilge. JOH , we are informed ,
is building u home for John Cal
Samuel Ellis o Gerver precinct
was in this vicinity , first of the
week , in quest of cane sec-d , and
was duly rewarded.
On account of the Quarterly
meeting at the Fowler school-houst-
last Sunday , there was no preach
ing at Pleasant Prairie.
Joshua Rowland took in the
show at Herndou , Kansas , last
Saturday night. But as his horse
cared nothing for the show , it
came home , and left Joshua to take
in the town.
F. D. BUKGESS ,
McCOOK , HEBR.
Iron , Lead , and Sewer Pipe , Brass
Goods , Pumps , and BoilerTrimmings.
Agent for Halliday , Waupun , Eclipse
Windmills. Basementof the Meeker-
A FINE LINE OF
Writing Papers ,
Blank Books ,
L.W.MCCONNELL & co.
The Man Who Toils
is the uiah who ought
to have the best things to eat , because
his system requires it. Workingmen
and everybody else who want the best
to eat come to our shop.Ve run the
best butcher shop in the city. Our place
is clean. The meats we sell are tender
and fresh and the prices low enough to
suit anybody. If you knew how particu
lar we are to give satisfaction , you'd
never buy elsewhere.
EVERIST , MARSH & CO.
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Call and see the New Dress Goods % & $
and Silks for Spring.
, $ ft
In Embroideries and Laces we have s §
a Good Assortment at prices that are Sgsj
Very Reasonable. See our stock before g | )
We have Bargains for you in every
department of our store.
Ladies' fluslin Underwear.
Ladies' Shirt Wuists.
Ladies' Dress Skirts.
Ladies' , Men's and Children's Shoes.
Men's and Boys' Clothing.
Get our prices on Groceries. You
can save money by sending us orders in
THE . . . .
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(7. ( i. DeGROFF & CO.
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V. FRANKLIN , PRESIDENT. A. C. EBERT , CASHIER.
I CITIZENS BANK !
OF MeCOOK , NEB.
i Paid Up Capital , $50,000. Surplus , § 5.000
y V. FRANKLIN , W.F.McFARLAND , A. C. EBERT ,
! ? H. T. CHURCH , OSCAR CALLIHAN , C. H. WILLARD. ? J
cut this ad out ami send * o as nnrt if yo :
.live East of tne Itoclcy Mountains will
send this HIGH-GRADE TOP BUGCV to
you by f reignt C. O. D. subject to examination , j ou can examine it at your freight ciepnt aixlif . u timl it
OUAL TO A.\Y * 1OO.O ) ' 10P Bl'CUY jou ever jaw. perfectly s-atisfactoryacd tUe UIUMILST fUUI.in \ tit
tYKK SEES Oil HE USD OK , QUR SPECIAL OFFER PRICE $55.00 and freight charprce 1. r.s Uio
pay the railroad agent . One Dollar sent witti order-
S16.5O BUILT IN OUR OWN FACTORY ! N CHICAGO ,
< m honor from the best . ,
TO money can ouj \ 'ne m
our Free Buggy Catalogue we show. TopBugiriea Made bv
S9O.CO other makers at S2I.5O , S28.75 and S34.75 the etm-'t
aIIle busgy that are t-oia by ma.-hjaery dealer af ftj < a to
BUGGIES Eii.00 and arebein ? wnlelvadvertised liy manyat335.UO tos # .9fl.
AND OUR ACME QUEEN AT 555.OO Is the icost
\vonclerlul value ever offered , TUB LOWEST t'Hil > . I Vhti
SURREYS. 0.\ THE IUST BfM.Y THAT CAN BE III ILT. We in.ilnlain.
our own five story bucgy factory r.r the . . ! ?
purpe of bulldln and selling a KE1TI.K lituV
TIMN E C > IirY ELSHTIIH1E an'l tuiL OL'U
CfbTOHEKb 3UXUFACTUIlEn'i > 1'KOMT.
Every Buggy V/e Make Is Guaranteed
Five Years and They Will out wear Five
Ordinary Factory Rigs.
90 cent , we use a 11.5O head lining , some u o40cfn .
we U'O 3 etnt leather , ome ute a cent. c u-i-a j' >
colorsarJdvamibhes.-oiiieu' ' ' 7jcentaml1.00VS
PAY AZi2IO5I DOUBLE the price m < ntakei ;
pay for HhffU. Ailri. bprings. Ila.hri an-t SorScI * .
ACME QUEEN. ( OUR OV/N MAKE. )
WK WIST THE BEST. Onr ihrKi oirand
bjJjesareMalerKnbbfd and the Material and Labor In Painting OUR ACME QUEEN , would paint Ihrrr rhrap
S55.OO BARELY COVERS COST ' material and labor , leaving us thesmallp > .t protlt imair < i h.
butvrearebuildingTObusBies adayand to advertise our bui2y factory we are willing tobH.LTlUM o\
Kl.OorROFITKACil. "We know * 7O.OO daily preSton 7Obutnries will satisfy us , advcrtke ua evi r here
and build up the LAEOEST BUGQY BUSINESS IN THE WORLD.
THE ACME QUEEN we butldia nnrroworwiie track , cloth or leather trimmed , end priT-.t > iir l
leather quarter top. soliii panel back , springs in back , Itathrr eo rnl lions and > uU , Knbbrr btru.tl > rt Carpal.
bodv.SlxSlinches.No.lSarven'spatentscrewed nm beel < < palntnl In 10 coals body black. Rear dark jrrifn i n
\ erj- delicate mode-.t striping , complete with shafts , side an.l Lack curtains , boot storm apron and antl-ratt'era
anil shafts. Pole. SefLjotp and nblfflctrmln plate ornhaftx , Sl.TS extra. Il ( . < iT UEIUIISIOO IW.NDS and ( he frticM
will aifracf for iOO nllri. fi.OO ; SUO miln , 2.75 : 40O mllrn. f3.23 : uOO milps. I3.GU : 1,00(1 nllt . * r. on.
QFWf&riMP , rsni . t . AP with y ° ur orJer , WE GUAnASTEE tie BUPFJ to Kith Voa sary ana
OtlPliJ VJI-dC U\Ji.i.t K
tl , the railroad . .
satisfactory pay affent balance. * 5l. n a.J
firlght charsrt , otherwise pay nothing and the agent will return buiTKT at our expense and we will return your Jl.CC.
DON'T BUY A CHEAP FACTORY BUGGY now FO ! 1 almost excluMvely by all Machinery I alem
and Catalogue Houw. BUY THE BEST BUGGY MONEY CAN BUILD , direct from the Maker
at the LOWEST PRICE EVER KNOWN. ORDER TO DAY. DON'T DELAY.
WRITE FOR OUR FREE BUCCY , CARRIAGE AND HARNESS CATALOGUE.
S EA R S , ROEBUCK & CO. ( Inc. ) , CHICAGO , SLL.
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