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EIGHTEENTH YEAR McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY EVENING. APRIL 13. 19OO NUMBER 48
Masons at Atwood , Kansas.
A special car was run up the Orleans
and Atwood branch , last week , to ac
commodate 87 Nebraska Masons from
Melrose lodge No. 160 , Orleans ; Beaver
City lodge No. 65 ; Fidelity lodge No. 51.
David City ; Valley lodge No. 157 , Wil-
sonville ; Uoaz lodge No 185 , Danbury ;
Arapuhoe lodge No 100 ; Indianola lodge
No. 127. There were also present breth
ren from Norcatur lodge No 317 ; St.
Thomas lodgeNo 306 , Colby , Kansas ;
Gore lodge No. 824 , Illinois ; Norton
lodge No. 199. Never in the Masonic
history ol Northwestern Kansas has such
a royal and hospitable time been en
joyed. The freedom of the city of At
wood was tendered the brethren and by
them fully enjoyed. D. O. Bye , W. M. ,
and Albert Hemming , secretary of At
wood lodge No. 164. A. F. & A M. ,
met the visiting brethren at Wilsonville
and escorted them to Atwood At Herndon -
don the Herndon cornet band boarded
* the special and accompanied the Masonic
fralernity to their destination. The
Herndon band is counted among the
best in Northwestern Kansas
At Atwood a large delegation from the
5odge of that place and a great number
of citizens were at the depot to greet
the visitors ; cairiages and vehicles in
abundance were in waiting , subject to
the will and pleasure of the followers of
King Solomon. The procession to the
city resembled one of a gala day at a
fair.After supper all members of the craft
formed a procession and headed by the
Herndon band marched through the
streets of the city. It was an inspiring
spectacle and a conspicuous gathering ,
all keeping step to the inspiring music ,
with blue ribbons fluttering in the
breeze , as they marched along the thor
oughfare , representing over a dozen
lodges from three great states. ( The
blue ribbons were souvenirs from Atwood
Promptly at eight o'clock in the even
ing the lodge was convened and degrees
were conferred on three candidates in
due and ancient form , after which the
lodge marched in a body to the court
house , where a splendid banquet was
served. The tables were arranged in
the form of a double square , with a seat
ing capacity of 95. Too much credit
cannot be given Frank E. Munger for
the perfect arrangements and the mas
terful execution of every detail of the
banquet , which was a marked success
and well worthy of cities that number
their population by thousands. The
Herndon band , under the leadership of
Mr. Hayes , the Burlington agent at that
place , rendered suitable music , the
while. The occasion was especially
honored by the presence of Grand Junior
Warden N. M. Avers of Beaver City , of
the grand lodge of Nebraska ; Mayor-
elect W. H. Banwell of Orleans ; M. P.
Pierce of Wilsonville and others , who
treated the craft to eloquence and in
struction. Webjosselyn of Orleans , the
Burlington trainmaster in charge of the
special , was in evidence , with a counte
nance all agleam with good fellowship.
The menu served contained all the
substantial and delicacies calculated to
appeal most fetchingly and compelliugly
to the inner man , in which it was dis
The event will long remain a pleasant
remembrance to the visitors , and no page
in the history of Atwood lodge will ever
be written in brighter and more resplen
dent colors and lettering than this
memorable occasion when Nebraska
and Kansas Masons met in good fellow
ship , with brotherly love , hospitality
and fraternal feeling depicted on every
countenance and in evidence in every
act. H. C. F.
In a Dying Condition.
The many friends of Will Anderson ,
now of Omaha , and a former resident of
our city , will be pained deeply to learn
that he is in a dying condition at his
home in Omaha , from a hemorrhage of
the brain. He was taken ill , close of
last week , and is reported at this writing
in a precarious and hopeless condition ,
liable to pass away at an.y time. The
sorrowing ones have the sincerest sym
pathy of this people.
Surprise Mrs. Magner.
The ladies of the Entre Nous club
very happily surprised Mrs. David Mag
ner , Tuesday afternoon of this week.
The ladies carried with them a well pro
visioned commissariat , from which dain
ty refreshments were served the guests.
Besides a joyous afternoon was spent in
social fellowship. Mrs. Moore of Sioux
City , Iowa , was the guest of honor.
Hello Central !
Give us everybody on the wires ! Mc-
Millen has the largest line of wall paper
he has ever had. New designs ; new
colorings ; at prices that please.
A. McMiLLEN , Druggist.
One Dollar Reward
Will be paid for the return to this of
fice of a pair buckskin gauntlet gloves
recently lost. No questions asked.
Machinery for Sale.
A McCormick mower and a Moline
rake ; both as good as new.
Rich designs. Poor prices.
MCCONNELL & . BERRY.
If you want a gaudy outrage upon
every idea of harmony in colors , we can't
sell you wall paper ; but if you want a
harmonious blending of colors and de
sign , -we can please you and at the
proper price. MCCONNELL & BERRY.
Garden rakes , spades and hoes at S.
M. Cochran & Co.'s.
Burgess sells the famous ball nozzle
A spring medicine McMillen's sarsa-
Buy your paints of Loar.
MOVEMENTS OF THE PEOPLE.
J. M. STARR is at home for a short
MRS. H. A. BEALE visited in Rec
Cloud , last week.
MAYOR AND MRS.BARNETT will spend
Easter Sunday in Omaha.
MRS. J. A. GUNN arrived home , Mon
day , from her trip to Iowa.
C. W. KALEY of Red Cloud was a po
litical pilgrim to this uiecca , Monday.
A. T. McCoY of Trenton had business
in the metropolis , Tuesday afternoon.
G. A. NOREN and family will be with
the folks at Orleans over Easter Sunday.
CALEB CLOTHIER was down from
Hayes county , Friday last , on business.
W. M. NESMITH came down on the
Imperial train , last evening , on a short
CHARLES FEENY has been in the city
this week , guest of Conductor P. F. Mc-
MRS. EMERSON HANSON returned
home , Monday , from a flying visit to
J. W. COLE of Culbertsou made a fly
ing business trip to the city , Monday
MR. YERRICK of Trenton was a city
visitor , most of the week , guest of Albert
MISSES KUBICEK visited their sister ,
Mrs. James Morauville , in Red Cloud ,
MRS. E. F. CAFFREY of Oxford is vis
iting in the city , guest of Mr. and Mrs.
FRANK RICHARDSON returned to Red
Cloud , close of last week , from a short
visit to McCook.
DENNIS CULLEN , wife and Marguerite
were in Hartwell , Sunday , attending the
funeral of a relative.
MRS , JAMES M. SMITH of Elmwood ,
Illinois , is in the city , guest of Mark S.
Smith of the Republican.
MRS C. E. POPE and Master Robert
went down to Lincoln , Saturday on 12 ,
returning home early in the week.
A. E. PATRICK of Oakland , Iowa , is in
the city , and will be the guest of his sis
ter , Mrs. J. A , Gunn , for some time.
MRS. LEIGH BRUCE is in the city
again , guest of her sister , Mrs. Belle
Hedlund , teacher of the Sixth grade.
SUPREME SECRETARY COLE of the
Star of Jupiter went down to Holdrege ,
this morning , on business of the order.
TREASURER AND MRS. J. B. MESERVE
came up from Lincoln , Sunday on r , re
turning to the capital city on 6 , Monday.
C. L. WILL of the Benkelman Chron
icle was a flying pilgrim to the "Valley's
Finest , " Monday evening , between
MRS. H.F. TOMBLIN caine down from
Imperial , Saturday evening , and has
been the guest of her daughter , Mrs J.F.
E. E\VEL of the American Beet Sugar
Co. , Grand Island , was in the city , early
in the week , looking after experimental
work contemplated by the company in
C. F. LEHN left on last Saturday for
Omaha on business. He will be absent
about a week , and a side-trip over into
Iowa , where his wife is visiting , is on
MR. AND MRS. THOMAS BENNETT ,
who have been spending the winter with
a daughter in Beatrice , returned to the
city , last Friday night , and glad to be
with us again.
REV. W. J. TURNER and T. B. Camp
bell attended the meeting of the Repub
lican Valley Association of Congrega
tional churches in Cambridge , early
part of the week.
S. W. GODDARD , wife and daughter of
Arcadia , Nebraska , arrived here , last
Friday night , being called to Frontier
county by the illness of Ex-Representa
tive Goddard of that county , who has
been seriously sick for some time.
FRANK AND CHARLIE FREELOVE
and Howard Hileman departed , Tues
day , for Colorado , where the Freelove
boys have taken claims and expect to
engage in the cattle business. May suc
cess in large measure attend them.
Miss KATHLYN DUFFEY , who taught
school over in Driftwood precinct , the
past winter , departed on 2Sunday morn
ing , for Galesburg , Illinios , where she
will teach , coming term. Success at
tended her pedagogic efforts here.
REVS. BROSS of Lincoln and Lewis of
Holdrege spent Monday night in the
city on their way to Cambridge to at
tend the meeting of the Republican
Valley Association of Congregational
churches , Tuesday and Wednesday.
VERLIE BERRY arrived home on Sun
day morning from Chicago , where he
has been attending a session in a school
of pharmac3r. He will occupy his old
position in McConnell & Berry's drug
store until September , when he will re
turn to Chicago and complete his studies
and be graduated a full-fledged pharm
acist. Here's to the doctor.
ADDITIONAL RAILROAD NEWS.
Mrs. Nick Biever , well known to many
of our readers , died in Sheridan , Wyom
ing , last Saturday.
Ed Roach of Oxford has secured the
McCook coal-shed job. Chauncey Cam
eron of Oxford will be one of his men.
It is said that a new time-card will go
into effect on the sgth , and that there
will be a number of changes.
Fireman C. A. Bourne found firing
one of the new big engines too heavy
work and , not securing an easier job ,
quit the service , this week.
We do not keep dishes we sell them.
The finest assortment west of Lincoln.
Come and see for yourselves.
R. T. ELLER & Co.
Decorate your house with a new porch.
Barnett can furnish you anything you
want at bottom prices.
The Old and the New.
The members of the old city council
met in final session , Monday night ,
closed up their business affairs , and
passed nut of existence. All members
Bills as follows were allowed and war
rants ordered drawn on the proper funds :
J. G. Rogers $18 oo
C. I. Hall 30 47
J. I. Lee 2 50
Timothy Hannan 3 oo
Chris Schlect i 50
W. T. Clark . . I 25
Bert Hall 45 °
E. J. Mitchell 3 oo
James Carl I 50
M. E. Homer 35 °
L. W. McConnell 12 50
Barnett Lumber Co 35 65
J. E. Kelley 18 75
J. S. LeHew 12 50
W. S. Morlan 12 50
W. S. Perry 12 50
W. J. Porter i oo
F. C. Feather 6 oo
R. M. Osborn 12 50
Spencer & McClain 37 50
Predmore Bros 75 °
H. P. Waite I 10
A preliminary report was made by the
city treasurer , showing the amounts in
the several funds of the treasury.
Ordinance No. 87 was passed under
suspension of the rules by a unanimous
Ordinance No. 87 authorizes and em
powers city officials to give bonds of
guaranty companies instead of personal
Report of the city clerk was read and
referred to the finance committee.
A resolution was passed transferring
$18 from the general to the occupation
fund and $15 20 from the general to the
The vote cast at the city election ,
Tuesday of last week , was canvassed by
the council and the result declared. The
vote as given in last week's TRIBUNE
tallies exactly with the official canvass.
The old hoard then passed into history
and the new council took up the reigns
Mayor Barnett then assumed charge
of the ship of state , announcing the fol
lowing appointments :
Chief of police , C. B. Gray ; night po
liceman , E. R. Banks ; city attorney , W.
The following standing committees
were also announced : Finance Moore
and Coleman. Ordinance Coleinan and
Osborn. Fire department Osborn and
Moore. Cemetery and health Perry
and Osborn. Streets and alleys Coleman -
man and Perry. Lights Perry and
After which the council adjourned in
Junior League Program.
Following is the programme to be
given by the members of the Junior
League in the Methodist church , next
Thursday evening , April igth , commenc
ing at eight o'clock :
Recitation..Ruth Coleman and Olive Moore
Duet "Come and Play House With Me" . .
Minnie Berry and Hazel Coleman
Recitation Freda Curran
Recitation Luella Thompson
Instrumental duet Ida and Clara Anton
Recitation "One Cent" Dean Coleman
Vocal duet "Cradle Hymn"
Mary Watson and Mable Coleman
Recitation Maude Byrer
Recitation Alvin Cochran
Clarionet solo G. R. Snyder
Recitation Edith Waite
Vocal duet Tacie DeLong and Lois Waite
Recitation Master Finity
Recitation Yoland Carpenter
Chorus - Juniors
Admission , 15 cents. Ice cream and
cake will be served at the close of the
programme. All friends of the church
are eanrestly requested to be present
and help the young workers.
CITY CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS.
BAPTIST Sunday-school at 10 a. in.
Preaching at n a. m. Song and praise
service conducted by the B. Y. P. U. at
8. GEO. SCOTT , Pastor pro tem.
CATHOLIC Mass at S o'clock a. m. i
High mass and sermon at 10:30 , a. m. ,
with choir. Sunday school at 2:30 p. m. i
All are cordially welcome. i
REV. J. W. HiCKEY , Pastor.I I
CHRISTIAN Bible-school at 10 a. m. ,
Preaching services at n a. m. and 8 p. j
m. Morning , an Easter sermon , "If a jt
Man Die Shall He Live Again ? " Even t
ing , an Easter programme rendered by
the Mission Band.
J. W. WALKER , Pastor.
CONGREGATIONAL Sunday-school at
10. Preaching at n. Y. P.S.C.E. at 7.
Preaching at 8. Easter service , "The
Incident of Death. " Evening theme ,
"The Witness of the Pelts to Immortal
ity. " All are welcome.
W. J. TURNER , Pastor.
EPISCOPAL Sunday morning at 11:00
o'clock , Morning Prayer and Litany.
Sunday evening at 8:00 o'clock , Evening
Prayer. Sunday-school at 10:00 a. m.
Friday evening lecture at 8:00 : o'clock. s
Holy coniuiuuiou the first Sunday in
HOWARD STOY , Rector.
METHODIST Sunday-school at 10 a.m.
Preaching at n. Class at 12. Junior
League at 3. Sunday-school concert at
S. Prayer and Bible-study , Wednesday
evening at 8. Morning subject , "Easter
Hope. " Special music for the service.
All are welcome.
J. A. BADCON , Pastor.
The children of the Christian church
composing the Mission Band will render
an interesting Easter programme , Sun
day evening , in that church , in place of
.he regular preaching service. The pub
ic has a cordial invitation to attend the
FOUND A pair of gold-bowed glasses.
Owner can have same at this office.
Wash boilers , absolutely rust proof , at
S. M. Cochran & Co.'s.
RAILROAD NEWS ITEMS.
One of the engineers drew a check for
5i6o , this pay-day.
Night Foreman Thomas Burge is in
Bartley , today , on business.
Engineer J. A. Harris was up from
Oxford , Friday and Saturday.
J. S. Chambers is the new switchman
in the Akron yards , this week.
Conductor Frank Kendlen is enter
taining his father from Arapahoe.
Arthur Golfer is temporarily serving as
messenger boy vice Albert Berry.
Ass't Sup't Harris was briefly at
Western division headquarters , last Fri
Brakeman William Hegenberger is
taking a lay-off and is visiting in Omaha
Trainmaster Josselyu was up from Or
leans , Saturday , on business of his office
Switchman E. A. Owen is in Denver
on business , and Switchman J. S. Cham
bers has his position in the meantime.
Arthur Lyman , Will Yeiser and Hugh
L. Holder were up from Oxford , Satur
day , attending the school of instruction.
Ass't Auditor C. H. Sampson of Oma
ha paid the boys off , Wednesday morn
ing. He cauie in from the west on No.
2 of that morning.
Sup't Campbell and J. W. Hupp took
in a big Masonic gathering in Denver ,
Monday night , returning home on 6 ,
Martin E. Thorgriuison went up to
Denver , Sunday , and is employed in Mr.
Vallery's office. Guy Tomlinson is fill
ing his position here.
The Burlington's extension to Guern
sey has been completed as far as Wyn-
cote , Wyo. , 108.5 " "les from Alliance
and 24 5 miles from the terminus of the
Brakeman Eph. Benjamin made a fly
ing trip to Lincoln , on business , this
week , going down on Wednesday and
returning home on I , yesterday.
Conductor W. C. Cox is enjoying a
vacation at Red Cloud , and it is rumored
that he will bid farewell to single-bless
edness before his return to duty.
It is stated that Dick Carroll has been
let out of the company's service. He
formerly fired and ran an engine out of
McCook , but of late has been engineer
of the switch engine in the Oxford yard.
Conductor H. H. Miller went down to
Lincoln. Wednesday night on 6 , and will
return with Mrs. Miller , who has been
visiting her mother in the capital city.
Steve Dwyer has way-car 103 , mean
Engine 76 has been double-heading a
fruit train up the hill every day , so far
this week Tuesday afternoon , No.147
ran into a switch and partly derailed the
train , at Edison. Engine 80 was sent to
the rescue , however , and succeeded in
making things right before No. 6 came
by. Oxford Standard.
Brakeman C. B. C dy had his nose and
face disfigured , last Saturday night , itf a
slight accident near Ives. He was up in
the cupalo , when the engineer put on
the air-brakes suddenly. Cady's nose
went through the glass of one of the
windows. His nose was cut quite badly
and his face skinned somewhat , but he
will be ready for duty in a few days.
Judge Thayer of the Uuited States
circuit court has decided that the Bur
lington must accept and haul the car of
implements offered it at Council Bluffs
by the O. & S. L. The Burlington re
fused to deliver the car at Campbell ,
Neb. , because the freight originated at a
point on the Burlington system. The
Burlington gets full local rate for the
The training-school system inaugurat
ed by the Burlington for its shop men ,
engineers and firemen is proving a great
success. Afternoon meetings are held
at the principal division points once a
inonth , and there is a round-table dis
cussion of the best methods of work.
The newer men unconsciously absorb
the I experience of the older ones , and all
gain some knowledge from points
brought out in discussion. A recent sug
gestion of one fireman has caused the
adoption of a new style of oil can , with
the result that two pints of oil go nearly
as far as five pints formerly did. The
work accomplished through the train
ing-school system is another illustration
of the fact that Burlington men consti
tute "a force of men , thoroughly disci
plined , and all pulling the same way. "
Railroad managers are coming to ap
preciate more and more the value and
necessity of temperance among railway
employes , and each succeeding year we
are encouraged and delighted to observe
the fact that the temperance qualifica
tion in railway employes is being given
greater force and importance by the offi
cials. Safe railroading and "lushing"
are impossible. In no human service is
the demand more imperative for so
briety and clear-headedness and a strong ,
manly heart. Railway managers are ex
hibiting fine judgment in this matter ,
and employes will show good horse sense
by falling into line with this great move
ment for temperance in the service.
Those who fail to come up to the dignity
of the situation will in due time be seek
ing other employment.
Burlington No. i left Lincoln , Monday
morning at 6:40 , and arrived at Hastings
at 8:34 , one hour and fifty-four minutes
on the road. Deducting a five minute
stop made at Fairmont the actual run
ning time was 109 minutes for the nine
ty-seven miles. The distance of sixteen
miles from Harvard to Hastings was run
in fourteen minutes , considerably less
than a mile a minute. The run was
made with one of the new Baldwin piston
valve engines , No. 348. The engine was
in charge of Engineer James Duffy and
Fireman A. J. Bignell. Conductor Bel-
knap was in charge of the train. The
train was considerably late out of Lin
coln and this furnished an excuse for
fast running. The regular running time
For this distance is three hours and two
Republican Primary Elections.
The result of the primary elections
held in McCook , Wednesday night ,
when delegates were chosen to the coun
ty convention to be held in Indianola ,
next Thursday , April igth , was as fol
Delegates from the First ward , First
precinct E. H. Doun , A. Barnett , H. II.
Troth , \V. F. Everist , J. E. Kelley , F.
M. Washburn , S L. Green , E. J. Wilcox ,
II. W. Cole , B. L. McCarl , G. J. Heck ,
L. W. Stayner.
First ward , Second precinct W. N.
Rogers , G. R. Johnson , K. S. Curry , W.
W. Archibald , Joseph Spoils , C. U.
Gray , G. S. Bishop , Hugh Brown and
M. J. Clark.
Second ward , First precinct F. M.
Rathbun. C. F. Babcock , W. T. Coleman -
man , C. E. Eldred , W. R. Starr , David
Magner , Ed Jordan , S. D. McClain.
Second ward , Second precinct C. G.
Coglizer , John Whittaker , Thos. Burge ,
C. I. Hall , R. J. Predmore , C. W. Barnes
and R. M. Osborn.
The delegates from East Valley pre
cinct are as follows : W. H. Metheny , C.
N. Barber , W. N. Lyman , C. W. Hodgkin -
kin , S. W. Claik. B. M. Morse , R. E.
George and J. E. Hathorn.
Perry precinct J. A. Brinton , E. B.
Osbaugh , Sherman Evans and C. H.
An April Storm.
The snow-storm of Tuesday morning
will cause April loth to be remembered.
The fall of snow was preceded by a high
and sustained cold wind from the north
east , and when the beautiful began to
cover the earth , Tuesday morning , bliz
zard tendencies soon developed , and for
a while indications were not lacking for
a severe and unusual snow-storm. About
noon , however , there was a decided
change , the snow stopped falling , the
wind died away , and the temperature
moderated noticeably ; and by Wednes
day evening most of the .snow which
wss a number of inches deep had disap
peared in the ground.
The snow came as a prized blessing to
the farmers , whose wheat fields will
greatly profit from the moisture and en
richment of the soil. And it fortunately
can be added that the shortness of the
storm saved stock from considerable suf
fering or loss.
The Republican Valley Association of
Congregational churches met in Cam
bridge , Monday night , Tuesday and
Wednesday of this week. Notwithstand
ing the severe weather , the attendance
was fair and interest strong. The dis
cussions of live , up-to-date questions and
other matters of interest and moment
were livelj' and instructive.
John Doane , son of the founder of
Doane college , the well known Congre
gational school at Crete , delivered an
address on Monday night , and Rev.
Harmon Bross spoke on Wednesday
afternoon. Both were excellent efforts.
All in all , the gathering is described
as having been well worth while.
A Masonic Event.
McCook Masons are preparing for an
event , next Tuesday evening , and have
invited a number of neighboring Masons
to celebrate with them. It is expected
that a score or more of visiting brethren
will be present and plates will be laid
for about sixty at the banquet which
will follow the regular lodge exercises.
THE TRIBUNE understands that the
affair will be "finer than silk. "
All in One Volume.
C. C. Northrop has been assisting in
County Clerk Green's office , this week ,
bringing up all of the back taxes into
the 1899 tax book. This will be a great
convenience to the public.as by referring
to the 1899 book now all the taxes due
can be seen in one book , and the neces
sity of looking over a dozen or more vol
umes will be obviated.
Their Last Dance.
The Fortnightly club will hold the
concluding dance of the series on next
Friday evening , the 2oth. It will be a
complimentary affair and a limited num
ber of invitations will be issued outside
of the club , and the festivities will not
end until a later hour than usual.
To the Farmers.
Don't give your order for a harvester
or header until you have seen the latest
improved harvesting machine manufact
ured by the Deering Harvester Co.
S. M. COCHRAN & Co , Agents.
Want a Fire-Proof Safe.
Parties having a fire-proof safe for sale
will do well to write a description and
the price thereof to
W. O. BOND , City Clerk ,
Indianola , Nebraska.
Preparing for Sports.
The McCook Athletic club has pur
chased the grand-stand and leased the
ball park , which they will at once place
in condition for any events that may
chance this way in the sporting line.
The Daughters of the King will be
prepared to furnish you with colored
eggs on Saturday , April I4th. Leave
your order with Miss Dollie Archibald ,
phone 58 , before one o'clock on Satur
Wall Paper and Paints. t
McMillen's large stock of wall paper
is now complete. Don't fail to see it be
fore papering. A good household paint
at $1.25 per gallon.
W. N. Rogers of the "Shadeland" is
quite conspicuously comfortable in that
handsome and substantial new carriage.
FOR SALE Buggy and harness , in
good condition. Mrs. M. Mullen.
Hose and lawn sprinklers at S. M.
Cochran & Co.'s.
MINOR ITEMS OF NEWS.
Lear he sells wull paper.
Dry stove wood at Burnett's.
McMillen's Cough Cure is sure.
Don't forget Loar's is the place.
McMillen's Cough Cure is sure.
Loar's Cough Killer does the work.
New plaids for skirts at DeGroff
Bicycle , Tennis and Haseball shoes at
the "Model. "
Just watch 'em on stock tanks , but
buy of Dullard's.
Lawn mowers of all kinds at S. M.
Cochran & . Co.'s.
Garden hose best grades now in
stock at F. D. Burgess' .
"Everybody's" magazine for April is
chock full of good things.
"The Mixed Macs" at the opera
house , tomorrow evening.
To make your hands smooth and soft
use McMillen's Cream Lotion.
Now in stock a large display of hose
and fixtures at F. D. Burgess' .
SCALE BOOKS For sale at THE TRIH-
UNE office. Best in the market.
Belcher's comedians , tomorrow even
ing. Prices , 25 , 35 and 50 cents.
Milk cans , guaranteed not to rust for
five years , at S. M. Cochran & Co.'s.
Best hose guaranteed by F. D. Burgess.
Can be returned , if not as represented.
FOR SALE Hereford bull , coming two
years old. II. P. SUTTON.
Joseph Menard is having the front of
his opera hall block painted , this week.
Increase your supply of eggs by using
McMillen's Egg Producer. Guaranteed.
Your attention is directed to the new
advertisement of Morgan , the leading
At F. D. '
Burgess' you have a large
stock of rubber hose and fixtures to se
Mrs. Lida Simpson is prepared to do
dressmaking in latest styles. With Mrs.
E. E. Saddler.
A great excitement over Loar's beau
tiful line of wall paper. Don't fail to
see it ; prices right.
Barnett will please you both in quality
and prices. Let him make an estimate
on your lumber bill.
Easter bonnets are all the talk so are
those wringers guaranteed for five years
at S. M. Cochran & Co.'s.
The county judge licensed Burkis L
McMains and Mary L. BHckson , both oi
Bartle } ' , to wed , this week.
Belcher's comedians in "The Mixed
Macs" at the opera house , tomorrow
night. Prices , 25 , 35 and 50 cents.
FOR SALE Choice of several fresh
Jersey cows ; also a yearling Jersey bull
registered. D. C. Benedict , Culbertson.
"The Right Place" to call up is No. 12
You are sure of getting just as choice
meats by phone as by personal inspec
You know it ! Everist , Marsh & Co.
are at the head of the procession when
good meats are on parade. Try their
Those Belgian hares of Frank Dob-
son's in the window of McConnell &
Berry's drug store are the "observed of
all observers , " this week.
Yes , you can get stock tanks at Bui-
lard's , and you can see what you get.
too ; and when you see them , they will
have flat hoops and heavy lugs.
Hugh Murphy of Denver , president of
the asphalt trust , passed through the
city , Monday on i. Murphy's salary
dot is the paltry sum of $25,000.
A gray-haired street fakir profitably
played on the gullibility of some , yester
day , through a popular "graft. " And
it is a little early for "suckers , " too.
Say , we just want to tell you that the
Elwood Steel Fence , sold by Bullard , is
a better fence than any one else can
show you ; and they will not deny it.
Our trade , this pay-day , was double
what it has ever been. Courteous treat
ment , good goods and leading in price * ,
are doing the business for us. Call an \
see us. R. T. ELLER & Co.
It is not a debatable question but one
of privilege to patronize Everist , Marsh
&Co. , when in quest of the best the
market affords in the meat line. They
are prompt and accommodating in the
bargain. Phone 12.
There are others , no doubt , but the >
are not the Great Majestic. It stands
alone and at the head of all ranges. S.
M. Cochran Si Co. sell them. You
can see their practical workings any
where in the city or country.
O. L. Everist has disposed of his in
terest in the meat market of Crowell &
Everist in Culbertson to Andrew Ma-
clasky of Sedalia , Mo. Mr. Maclasky
will move to Culbertson , close of this
month. The new firm name is Maclasky
The election is over , and the majority
of the people are satisfied that S. M.
Cochran & Co. meet any and all compe
tition successfully , and that they always
have the right prices and the best qual
ity and the largest assortment froni
which to select purchases.
Lear he sells pure drugs.
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