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About The McCook tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 1886-1936 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 1, 1899)
TO CLEAN MATTING.
To make soiled matting look fresh and bright prepare
a pailful of warm water with a handful of salt and four
tablespoonfuls of Ivory Soap shavings dissolved in it.
With a clean cloth squeezed out of the mixture , wipe
every breadth of the matting , rubbing soiled spots until
A WORD OF WARNING. There are many white soaps , each represented to be "just as good
as the 'Ivory' ; " they ARE NOT , but like all counterfeits , lack the peculiar and remarkable qualities of
the genuine. Ask for "Ivory" Soap and insist upon getting it.
COPYRIGHT 1003 DY THE PROCTER fc OAMOLE CO. CINCINNATI
Box Elder Circuit.
Sunday-school ut Hex Eliltrr church
ever } ' Sunday at 10 a.m. Chtiich services
at n a. in. every two weeks dating from
Sunday. Dec. 4. Sunday-school at Gar
den Prairie appointment evny Sunday
at loa. ni. Preaching at u a m evei\
two weeks dating from Dec II Preach
ing service at Spring Creek at 3 p m.
every two weeks dating from Dei. 11
D L RlATSON , Pa-.tor
Five Cents a Copy !
Thai's the remarkably low price at
uhich weaie closing out the remainder
of our Navy Portfolios , those superb
pictures of our splendid and victorious
nivv : You can buy the entire series of
twelve n umbers for 50 cents. This is
les > - than half price , and they are only a
few sets left.
far 1 TT& & * H
/ \ -6" O if9 * f fr-C "f / * T 7" rf * 3 2i O
on HI en oicycicb
A.re rotcsniscerf tLc v/orlti over as representing the highest type
OF excellence in bicycle construction..Are now within reach of all
MONARCH ROADSTERS $5O
DEFIANCE ROADSTERS $35
t ! Khg and Oueen Roadsters $25at these prices.
MONARCH CHAINLESS $75
Send for CatalogueAgents wanted in open territory
MONARCH CYCLE MFG. CO.
- _ - . , and Fulton Sts. , CHICAGO Church and Reade Sts. , NEW YORK
RIDE A MONARCH AND KEEP IN FRONT
Not much attention is often paid to the
Ho Toriore to the
Eqoei first symptoms of Eczema , but it is not long
before the little redness begins to itch and
burn. This is but the beginning , and will
lead to suffering and torture almost unen
durable. It is a common mistake to regard
a roughness and redness of the skin as
This Fearful Disease
, merely a local irritation ; it is but an indica
tion of a humor in the blood of terrible
Eczema which is more than skin-deep , and can not be reached by local appli
cations of ointments , salves , etc. , applied to the surface. The disease itself ,
the real cause of the trouble , is in the blood , although all suffering is produced
through the skin ; the only way to reach the disease , therefore , is through
Mr. Phil T. Jones , of Mixersville , Ind. , writes :
"I had Eczema thirty years , and after a great deal
of treatment my leg was so raw and sore that it gave me
constant pain. It finally broke into a running sore , and
began to spread and grow worse. For the past five or
six years I have suffered untold agony and had given up
all hope of ever being free from the disease , as I have
been treated by some of the best physicians and have
taken many blood medicines , all in vain. With little
faith left I began to take S. S. S. , and it apparently
made the Eczema worse , but I knew that this was the
way the remedy got rid of the poison. Continuing
S. S. S. , the sore healed up entirely , the skin became
clear and smooth , and I was cured perfectly. "
Eczema is an obstinate disease and can not be cured by a remedy which is
only a tonic. Swift's Specific
S. S. S. FOR THE BLOOD
is superior to other blood remedies because it cures diseases which they can
not reach. It goes to the bottom to the cause of the disease and will cure
the worst case of Eczema , no matter what other treatment has failed. It is
the only blood remedy guaranteed to be free from potash , mercury or any
other mineral , and never fails to cure Eczema , Scrofula , Contagious Blood
Poison , Cancer , Tetter , Rheumatism , Open Sores , Ulcers , Boils , etc. Insist
upon S. S. S. ; nothing can take its place.
Books on these diseases will be mailed free to any address by Swift Spe
cific Company , Atlanta , Georgia.
HE WON SOLELY ON HIS NERVE
Itiicket-Shop Mau Went the Limit of
"Nerve IA the thing that wins , " said
the Board of Trade man to his com
panions at the club. "A man may have
money , friends and Influence , but if he
lacks that sublime quality he is shy
the biggest card in the deck. Look at
the case of that man who went out of
here just now. There is no one in
town who lives better than he does and
his Investments furnish hlhi the coin
to pay for all he wants without ever
drawing on the principal. A few years
ago he was worse than broke. He
didn't have a dollar or a friend In
fact , his sole capital consisted of his
nerve and a bad reputation , and on the
strength of that he started a bucket
shop. In a building close to the Board
of Trade he found an office furnished
for the business where another shop
had failed , and he put up a stiff front
and leased it until the 1st of May. It
was then the middle of the month , so
he got it rent free for the first two
weeks. He ordered a ticker put in and
hired a boy to mark the blackboard ,
as he did not have to pay for eithei
service until the end of the week , and
then he opened for business. People
began coming in to look at the quota
tions , and after a while one man came
up to the desk with $10 and bought
1,000 wheat. The market went right
up and after there was a cent a bushe
profit in the deal the customer came
to the window to cash his ticket This
might seem like an awkward situation ,
but his beautiful nerve never failed.
He sized up his customer , and instead
of springing any four flush about a
partner who had gone to the bank or
anything of that kind he just said
quietly : 'Here is the ten you put up
Now I haven't another dollar in the
house , but if you will just go and sit
down and look wise and happy like a
man who has beat the game , why as
soon as anybody else takes a whirl at
it I'll give you your other ten out of
what he puts up , but if you start roar
ing about being robbed no one else
will go against the game and I don't
see how you will get your ten. ' "Well ,
the customer was staggered , but he
saw it was worth $10 for him to keep
still , and so he waited. Pretty soon
another sucker tried to beat the stock
market and backed his judgment with
? 20. The first man didn't wait long
to get his coin and then he stayed
there the rest of the day to ses how
the thing came out. The market
broke and nearly everyone who made
a trade was on the wrong side , so the
shop quit a little to the good that
night , and it was a steady winner from
that time on until the grand jury be
gan to make things hot. Then he
closed the place and has done nothing
since but live on his income , and it is
a big one too. "
A Millionaire's Kusc.
Aii American millionaire who has a
.L.ce at Venice is more superstitious
than his countrymen usually are. Re
cently he invited to a umner a party of
.i lends , including a Roman prince , one
of the queen of Italy's maids of honor ,
and various sprigs of Italian aristocra
cy. The Roman prince , however , failed
him at the last moment , and the host
refused to sit down to dinner on find
ing that the company consisted of
thirteen persons. He made various
fruitful attempts to secure another
uest , and at last , in despair , he an
nounced that he intended to follow the
custom of the Arabs , who always wait
upon their guests , and eat their own.
dinners by themselves afterward. The
meal proved a great success.
Corrected Friday morning.
Corn $ .23
3ogs 3 9 °
Many women Ic 2 thir girlish forms after
they become mothers. This is due to neg-
! cct. The figure can be preserved beyond
question if the ex
pectant mother will
during the v/hole
period of pregnancy.
The earlier its use is
begun , the more per
fectly will the shape
not only softens and
relaxes the muscles
iuring the great strain before birth , but helps
Ihc skin to contract naturally afterward. It
Ixeps unsightly wrinkles away , and the
avjscles underneath retain their pliability.
inOtlWS TriCRfl is that famous external
liniment which banishes morning sickness
and nervousness during pregnancy j shortens
labor and makes it nearly painless1 ; builds up
the patient's constitutional strength , so that
she emerges from the ordeal without danger.
The little one , too , shows the effects of
illOtICr' ) $ "Friend fay its robustness and vigor.
Sold nt drug stores for 51 a bottle.
Send for our finely Illustrated boot for ex
THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.
ATLANTA , GA.
Coming Baek to McCook. September 18th , Bigger and Grander Than Ever
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MONARCH OF THE
JOOO People & &
65 Railroad Cars o& J
500 Horses S- &
25 Elephants J J > J *
300 Pet formers
< and &
JOO Dens Cages
5 Big Arenas -J < * n Acres of Tents J
\ Aerial IZnclave - $3,700,000 Invested &
J-4 Mile R-cc Tract. $7,400 Daily Expenses.
A HAJSSTIC , ISPOSINfi , IDEAL , PATHIOTIC SPECTACLE ,
vik fi 'S'yiFa ' oc / < ? wa a
OR , THE LIGHT OF LIBERTY !
OVER 1000 PEOPLE AND HUNDREDS OF HORSES IN THE CAST.
LOI ELEPHANT COMEDIANS.
ACTUAL PHOTOGRAPHIC VIEW OVER 3-SCORE PIROUETTING ,
OF THE TREMENDOUS POSTURIHG , PYRAMID-MAKINB ,
SENSATIONAL FINALE OF
GORGEOUSLY TRAPPED EQUIHES.
A 14 * THE
SENSATION OF THE AGE
HERR SOUDER'S WONDERFUL FUNNY ELEPHANT BRASS BAND.
ONE 50c. TICKET ADMITS TO EVERYTHING.
PRICE.EXCURSIONS S& RAILROADS.
CHILDREN , UNDER 12 YEARS OLD , HALF PRICE.
TWO COMPLETE EXHIBITIONS DAILY , AT 2 AND 8 P. M DOORS OPEN ONE HOUR EARLIER.
THE ACKNOWLEDGED GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH ,
-WILL EXHIBIT AT-
McCOOK , MONDAY , SEPT. 18.
Reserved numbered seals and admissions , Show-day , without any advance in price at McConnell & Berry's
It's easy to
haul a big
load up a
big hill if
MICA Axle Grease
Get a hot and learn why it's the
best grease ever put on an axle.
Sold everywhere , ilado by
STANDARD Oil. CO
As an external liniment of most won
derful penetrative and curative power ,
Ballard's Snow Liniment is not equaled
by any other in the world. Price 25 and
50 els. at McConnell & Berry's.
Good Enough to Take.
The finest quality of loaf sugar is used
in the manufacture of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy and the roots used in its
preparation give it a flavor similar to j
that of maple syrup , making it very j
pleasant to take. As a medicine for the
: nre of coughs , colds , la grippe , croup
and whooping cough it is unequalled by
any other. It always cures , and cures
quickly. For sale by McConnell &
You may bridle the appetite , but you
can not bribe the liver to do its work
well. You must be honest with it , help
it along a little now and then with a
dose of Herbine , the best liver regulator.
Price 50 cts at McConnell & Berry's.
Fine Pigs for Sale.
Thirty-five head of O. I C. pigs , 10 to !
12 weeks old , at reduced prices for thirty j
lays. Address , J. H. WARFIELD , 1
Box 328 , McCook , Nebraska j
A diseased liver declares itself by
noroseness , mental depression , lack of
energy , restlessness , melancholy and
constfpalion. Herbine will restore the
iver to a healthy condition. Price 5OC
it McConnell & Berry's ,
White's Cream Vermifuge is perfectly
larmless , and will remove every worm ,
t is also a tonic , and by itsstrengthen-
Hg properties will restore to pale cheeks
he rosy hue of health. Price 25 cts. at
McConnell & Berry's.
The most delicate constitution can
afely use Ballard's Horehound Syrup ,
t is a sure and pleasant remedy for
: oughs , loss of voice , and all throat and
uug troubles. Price 25 and 50 cts. at
McConnell & Berry's.
LAOIFS Friend 'X
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THE ONLY EXHIBITION IN THE WORLD PRESENTING
John Famous O'Brien'5 Equine 61 - HORSE ACT.
Show , the . . . .
FINE- IN ONE KING , AT ONE TIME ,
61 BKED PERFORMED BY ONE MAN.
B. E. ASHTON , Ptes. T. E. HcEOlIALD , Cah.
CLIFF02D1TASE1I , At. Casi.
BANK OF DANBURY
DANBURY , NEB.
A General Banking Business
business you may wish to
transact with THE McCooK TRIBUNE
will receive prompt and careful atten
tion. Subscriptions received , orders
taken for advertisements and job-work.
F. D. BUKGESS ,
McCOOK , tiEBR.
Iron , Lead , and Sewer Pipe , Brass
Goods , Pumps , and Boiler Trimmings.
Agent for Halliday , Waupun , Eclipse
Windmills. Basementof the Meeker-
H. P. STJTTOX
McCOOK , NEBRASKA
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ImiliiM am ] makp
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after stools j re-
no churse. Where
you are ' ufferinj :
from etrects of ell
a b ii M e \\a are
pleaded to say that
we aie today the
only iiiin who can
guarantee ! a cnre
with our Turkish L
\Ve never fail to cure no
in tier ate . Do
i a- age. not look further , as
\ -tamp will pet our blank.
BLOOD rUIOUn mediclnelsga'aronteed
to cure any case , no matter how severe or
how longstanding , with Turkish Syphilis
i-ur ' . 52 box. All conditions chanjred. Write
its for particulars. . Dept. T-
HAHN'S PHARMACY. OMAHA. NEB. *
SO * CIGAR
JOHN G.WOODWARD&CO ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA ? ;
; CURES NOTHING BUT PILES.
[ A SURE and CERTAIN CURE
1 known for 15 years as the
i SEST REMEDYfor PILES.
SOLD BY AM. DRUGGISTS.
Prworaity EICEi23SKI UZ3. Cl. St. LCU13.
y K B K JIPw JBFVJK .IK .1JJ . BBW K .
At MCCONNELL & BERRY'S.
McCook Transfer Line
J. H. DWYER , Proprietor.
J Special attention paid to
hauling furniture. Leave orders
at either lumber yard.
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