The McCook tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 1886-1936, March 28, 1902, Image 1

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TWENTIETH YEAR
Running- Under Full Steam
After being closed down for two or
three months for repairs it thorough
overhauling and extensive improve
ments the McCook Roller Mill is now
running under full steam again every
thing moving along as smoothly as can
be desired turning out the popular and
in domand product of that well known
milling plant at an increased capacity of
ono hundred barrels per day when the
demand is pressing
Ono of the principal improvements
made to this oxcellent milling plant is
the new strictly up-to-date Columbus
bolter ono of the latest and most ap
proved machines in the milling world
This bolter separator and grader com
bined makes sixty six separations from
first to last of the grain and is a marvel
of excellence and thoroughness in its
every operation It has not only in
creased the capacity of the mill but has
improved the quality of its output and
the many patrons of the mill will ap
preciate what it means to improve the
juality of such excellent brands of
Hour as 01 Prido of McCook Anchor
andsoforth But it has been accom
plished
We shall not attempt to record in
detail the work performed but suffice to
say that tho old machinery rejected and
the new machinery installed the num
erous changes improvements the
thorough renovation the cleansing
painting and the net results of all these
weeks of hard work has placed tho I
McCook Kollor Mill in apple pie order to
continue its triumphant career as one of
Nebraskas leading mills as ono of the
business establishments of which Mc
Cook is justly proud
Many Attend the Reception
The reception tendered the new pastor
and wife Mr and Mrs Frauk W Dean
by the ladies of the Dorcas society in
the Congregational eh inch Friday even
ing last was a charming social affair at
which the guests crowded tho church
Scores took advantage of the formal op
portunity of meeting the new pastor and
wife who moved here a few weeks since
from Red Cloud
A most enjoyable mixed program fol
lowed the formal reception the program
consisting of a piano solo by Luella
Thompson a recitation by Mrs W W
Archibald a song by little Marjory
Schobel a quartette bv Misses Blanche
McCarl Nellie West Ida McCarl and
Olive M Howe a recitation by Mrs J
A Gunn a song by little Velma Sutton
piano solo by Miss Olive M Howe vocal
solo by Mr Knud Staugland a chorus by
Mrs P F McKenna Mrs Peter Foxen
Misses Blanche McCarl Nellie West
Ethel Oyster and Ida McCarl Messrs
S B McLean F M Kimmell J G
Schobel and L R McCarl Miss Howe
accompanist a recitation by Mrs F W
Bosworth vocal solo by F M Kimmell
This feature was meritorious and was
well received
Light refreshments were served by the
ladies in the church parlor after the
completion of the program The edibles
were of the usual dainty sort and were
tastefully served
The attractive interior of tho church
was heightened by pretty and artistic
effects in cut and potted flowers appro
priate items of furniture flags etc
Their Wedding Anniversary
Conductor and Mrs C E Pope cele
brated their twentieth wedding anniver
sary Tuesday evening with happiest
particulars and with most auspicious I
circumstances ii was h uov uiuuui ituu
there were present about forty guests
from among their neighbors and numer
ous friends The bride and grooms
table was spread in the dining room and
seated twelve The decorations of table
and room were in scarlet and greeil red
carnations and ferns Five small tables
were arranged in other rooms of the
home to accommodate the rest of the
guests These tables were decorated in
pink and white carnations An elegant
four course dinner was served
Mesdames U J Warren James Hatfield
Margaret Oyster F W Bosworth and
Miss Stella Norval assisted
Cards crokinole and music were
among the entertainment features of the
ensuing evening
A number of very pretty gifts were
bestowed and all in all it was a most
happy and memorable event in the lives
of Conductor and Mrs Pope
Mr and Mrs W P Hall of Holdrege
were among the guests
A Glorious Fall of Rain
Saturday night Sunday and Sunday
evening this section of Nebraska was
visited by a steady soaking fall of rain
which has been a great benefit to
the small grain crop The Burlington
water guage at this station measured a
strong inch and a quarter of rain As
the moisture fell slowly every drop was
conserved that fell on ploughed ground
It makes the opening outlook for small
grain verv encouraging
A Sure Winner
The man who saves on his present
salary Are you saving Have you
saved anything the past year If you
have notj commence now by taking five
or ten shares of stock in the McCook
Building Association which will be
secured by gilt edged loans on McCook
real estate
Remnants
You can buy some good and pretty
wall paper remnants at McMillens drug
store at cost and less We have a large
line of new wall paper and more on the
way Come and get prices
A McMillen
New Dress Goods in the fashionable
and desirable weaves of the season such
as Vigoreux Granites Broadcloths
Venetians Pebble Cheviots Albatross
Nuns Veilings etc etc The Thompson
Dry Goods Co
Black Silk Lace Overdrapery for skirts
125 and 135 yard The Thompson
Dry Goods Co
Always reliable always dependable
what you buy at Marshs meat market
MOVEMENTS OF THE PEOPLE
E S LoHit has gone to Alma
C M Noiile was here Saturday
O G Vahue is out from Allegan
Michigan
Mit and Mrs C II Meeker spent
Sunday in Denver
Mrs O W DeWald was a Commer
cial guest Monday
Mus T F Ryan and children have
gone to Oconto Neb
Miss Pearl Baughman has gone to
Oelwein Iowa to remain
Jos IIassler of Culbertson was a
business guest Tuesday
W II Wells was out from Now York
city Tuesday on business
Mrs W S Morlan arrived home
Tuesday night from Beatrice
J N Clarke tho Hastings banker
was a business visitor Tuesday
D S Hasty of Arapahoe was a regis
tered guest Sunday and Tuesday
Mrs F M Rathrun visited Miss
Erninio in Oxford Saturday and Sunday
Mr and Mrs J A Kirk of Culbert
son were junong our city guests Monday
evening
Auk Peeers came down from Alliance
last week to remain with relatives here
indefinitely
C B Diehl the Stratton merchant
registered at the Commercial house
Monday evening
Mr and Mrs A E Reynolds of
Trenton were Sunday guests of the
Valleys Finest
Mrs Alrert Barnett returned home
last Saturday night from Lincoln quite
restored in health
Charles II Tanner the well known
Stockville barrister was in tho city on
business Saturday last
Mr and Mrs W T Coleman re
turned homo Monday evening from
their visit to Yale Iowa
Harlow W Keyes was up from Indi
anola Tuesday night and Wednesday
morning on legal business
Mrs Sylvester Cordeal and Ernest
were Akron Colorado visitors Sunday
going up on Saturday afternoon
J M Kilpatrick came down from
the Frenchman ranch Saturday even
ing on bis was home to Beatrice
J P A BLACKthe well known Bloom
ington banker-lawyer-politician was here
on important business yesterday
Mayor C E Eldred drove over to
Oberlin Monday afternoon on business
returning on Wednesday afternoon
Mrs II W Keyes and Miss Flora B
Quick of Indianola took in the Lowman
millinery opening Monday morning
Mrs W D Beyrer and three chil
dren went up to Lyons Colorado Wed
nesday on a visit to Mrs S E Callen
Mrs Davis and Miss Davis who were
guests of Mrs C M Bailey departed for
their home in MissouriMonday morning
James II Casereer of Blue Springs
Nebraska a member of the state barbers
examining board was in the city
Tuesday
Harry M Porter expects to close his
photograph gallery this week and to
leave for some eastern point early com
ing week
Mrs L S Sage returned home to
Beatrice Tuesdaj morning on No 2
Mrs W S Morlan accompanied her
sister on a short visit
Dr A C Harlan who has been liv
ing in Lincoln for the past year or two
returned to McCook close of last week
and will make his home here
Mrs Rittenhouse arrived home
Wednesday evening from an absence of
a few weeks in Cozad Nebraska on
Maccabee organization work
H P Sctton and Wm Lewis hunted
ducks in the sandhill country at head
waters of Indian creek Dundy county
Wednesday They bagged 32 birds
Mr and Mrs W P Hall were up
from Holdrege Tuesday evening to at
tend the Pope party He returned home
on No 6 Mrs Hall remaining until
today
Lewis Ludwick is making fine pro
gress at Nebraska City He is a member
of the band and a recent type written
letter delighted his parents with the
accuracy of its writing and composition
Mrs L M Copeland who has been
visiting her daughter Mrs J G Scho
bel for a few weeks returned home to
Minden Wednesday Marjory Schobel
accompanying her
C W Roper departed Tuesday on
No 1 for Ashland Oregon where he
will make his home with his brother
George who has been located there for
a number of years and is doing well
Mr and Mrs J B Johnson who
have been up from Plattsmouth on a
short visit to relatives returned home on
Tuesday mornmg He is employed in
the Burlington carpenter shop in Platts
mouth
Mrs S P Dwyer and children de
parted on Wednesday morning for Den
ver where he is now located and where
the will make their future home with
the best wishes of their old time McCook
friends
Mrs C B Rodgers of Wymore who
was the guest of Mrs F G Westland
a few days of last week returned home
Saturday night Mrs Rodgers is the
wife of tho superintendent of the South
ern division
Mr and Mrs Howe Smith have been
sailing along in their matrimonial bark
under serene skies these twenty five
years and with a few neighbors Wednes
day night quietly and happily commem
orated the fact at their home Many
happy anniversary returns
W H Korns editor of the Mining
Review Salt Lake City Utah arrived
in the city Saturday morning on a
flying visit to his brother inlaw and
sister Mr and Mrs Marion Plummer of
Perry He departed again for the west
Sunday night Mr Korns had been
summoned to Denver on business
Jllc00E
Death After Much Suffering
Mrs E A Dodge passed away last
Saturday after a long illness on a farm
southwest of the city a few miles Fun
oral services were conducted at tho farm
by Rev J E Tirrill Sunday after
which tho remains were brought to
McCook and interred in Riverview cem
etery The husband and son have the
deep sympathy of many neighbors and
friends in their sorrow
Liva Jank Pixlky was born near
Centrevillo Genesee county New York
May 14th and died near McCook Ne
braska March 22d 1902 Was united
in marriage with E A Dodge who with
two children still survive her Myrtle
Hartman of Elcelsior Springs Arkansas
and Bert Dodge who lives on the farm
with his father Tho mother has
gone to join another daughter gone on
before The deceased came toRedwillow
county in October 1899 and since No
vember 1900 has been a constant sufferer
with the acute agonies of a malignant
cancer
CARD OF THANKS
I wish to thank our many friends and
neighbors for their kind and thoughtful
help and sympathy during my wifes
long and severe sickness and also at the
time of her death May God bless each
ono of you is my wish E A Dodge
Second Annual Wall Paper Exhibit
Monday and Tuesday of this week
Messrs McConnell Berry made their
second annual exhibit of wall paper
usiug the spacious Menard hall for that
purpose It was a very gratifying suc
cess hundreds being astonished and
delighted with the exhibit made of their
superb stock of the latest styles of wall
paper At a cost of much labor and
money samples in combination of side
wall border and ceiling by the hun
dreds were tastefully and conveniently
displayed from racks built on the floor
of the hall and from the walls of tho hall
in addition papers for different purposes
papers of similar styles prices andao
forth were arranged in sections The
display embraced a wide range of styles
and prices though only such papers as
are carried in stock were exhibited
Messrs McConnell Berry are to be
congratulated upon the fact that their
enterprise in this instance has been so
fully appreciated by the people of Mc
Cook and vicinity who have thus been
afforded an unusual opportunity of see
ing under most favorable circumstances
the latest product of tho wall paper
manufacturers in most attractive and
numerous array
Each visitor was given a carnatiou as
a souvenir of the opening
The Good Old Game
McCook has organized for base ball
this season McCook always did play
ball and as long as George Berry Pat
Walsh John Bennett and other ancients
with one foot in the grave have a voice
to holler with McCook will always play
ball Heres hoping for a good swift
team
The above from the Hastings Demo
crat reminds the writer of at least one
instance when a dead man was of
more importance than a live one It
was one fateful Fourth of July in the
latter 80s and Stratton was the scene of
the tragedy and victory McCook was
playing Stratton and was being thor
oughly pounded into the sandy soil of
that community Something heroic
had to be done Charlie Wahlquist
fainted dead away overcome by the heat
A cracker jack substituted for him and
McCook won out easily Charlie had
both feet in the grave and won
John G Woolley in Boston
For phrases that arrest the attention
and challenge the memory the speech of
Mr John G Woolley against the saloon
delivered before the Endeavorers yester
day is quite noteworthy He character
ized Croker and Piatt as twins of the
zodiac of New York dirt He spoke of
the necessity of overcoming the sag of
dirty politics by our Christian Endeavor
policy in this country and stated that
he would call wrong wrong in New
York City hell or Norway The Boston
Transcript
Opera house McCook next Wednes
day evening April 2nd
Desirable House For Sale
My house and two lots with barn
hedge fruit and shade trees corner or
Dakota and Manchester streets occu
pied by H F Pade Fine location Also
lots 10 11 and 12 block 12 First addi
tion to McCook fronting park Apply
to Mrs H G Dixon
Kennett Square Pa
A small profit in the hand is worth a
large one on book besides it cost some
thing to enter and keep accounts For
absolutely cash prices with no additions
for extra labors and contingencies see
us The Thompson Dry Goods Co
A little stock food a spring tonic for
your horses cattle hogs and chickens I
costs but a few cents will be worth J
dollars to you Try it
McConnell Berry i
You will soon need some garden and
lawn tools some rubber hose new gaso
line stove or a refrigerator H P Waite
has a large stock of the best goods at
right prices
Our own make of Dress Skirts 50
ready to wear To your measure at same
price 300 pieces of Dress Goods to
select from The Thompson D G Co
John G Woolley is perhaps the best
known temperance advocate before the
American people Hear him next Wed
nesday evening in the opera house
Our 8Jc Fancy Dress Ginghams are
offered in 25 styles Compare with 10c
ones seen elsewhere The Thompson
Dry Goods Co
Full line of Washable Silk Ribbons
Lace and Embroidery Beadings Edgings
and Insertions The Thompson Dry
Goods Co
Perhaps you have forgotten it Next
Tuesday will be city election day
RAILROAD NEWS ITEMS
C M Sbonerd succeeds Agent Taylor
at Edison
Kapke takes orders for suits for 15
and upwards
Ed Grosham has returned to work in
the machine shop
E L Baughman and wife have gone
to Oelwein Iowa to live
Fred Plasmyere has gone into the ser
vice as a machinists helper
Ray McCarl and Stewart McLean were
in Republican City Sunday
Con Kildow has gone to work again
in the blacksmith shop as helper
Thomas Logan Jr is tho latest addi
tion to the local freight house force
J G Dole expects to retire from tho
service hero with the first of next month
F S Francis of Cedar Bluffs Kansas
is a new student addition to the service
Brakoman L A Hurlburt has taken a
lay off of a week and gone to Wymore on
business
Trainmaster Kenyon had new time
card business in Lincoln early part of
the week
Maurice Griffin was laid up early part
of tho week with a sprained wrist re
ceived in a fall
Conductor C W Bronson wont down
to Hastings Thursday morning on 12
on Masonic business
Helper S E Whitely at Alma has quit
tho service Helper E S Lohr of
McCook succeeds him
Why not leave your order for suits
with a practical tailor Suits for 15
and upwards at Kapkes
Agent and Mrs N B Bush of Almena
Kansas are parents of a nine pound son
born on Tuesday of this week
The roof of a box car attached to 70
Wednesday morning was blown oh east
of Holdrege by the high wind
Dennis Cullen went in to Omaha Fri
day night on G to see the children re
turning home 3 Sunday night
A Beitel has been transferred from
Brush to Yuma F S Huston going
from Yuma to Brush as helpers
Engineer Ives and Fireman Eckinan
double headed No 1 up from Oxford
Wednesday on account of the high wind
Switchman I B West left last night
for St Joe where his wife is in a hos
pital and about undergo another opera
tion
F O Gray formerly agent at Indian
ola visited at Arapahoe last week He
is now agent at Thompsons Nevada for
the D R W
F C Fuller foreman of the machine
shops was a Lincoln Havelock visitor
Monday and Tuesday returning home
on Wednesdav
Frank T Blue was called to Platts
mouth Wednesday night on 6 by the
serious illness of his wifes sister Mrs
Blue was summoned there last week
J E Lovell who has been employed
for some time under Storekeeper Barber
went down to Holdrege Monday jto be
clerk for Master Mechanic Hutchinson
Joe Swan who was manager of tho
Red Cloud eating house in the early 80s
was in Red Cloud last week negotiat
ing to rent the Hotel Royal in that place
Engineer C E Benedict has returned
to McCook Engineer Neilings whom he
has been relieving for the past few weeks
at Oxford having returned to work last
week
Wire interruptions have been quite
frequent during the windy weather
caused by the zig zag manner in which
the Western Union strung its two wires
last summer
W S Perry is building quite an ad
dition to his residence adding sleeping
rooms a kitchen and other conven
iences which will make his home very
cosy and roomy
D F Shaw and wife were summoned
from Akron to Cambridge by the illness
of his aged father who is 86 years old
The father is better G L Miller who
relieved him at Akron has returned to
headquarters
The new time card which will go into
effect on next Sunday will make practi
cally no changes on the mail line Nos
173 and 174 Oxford to Red Cloud will
taken off and No 80 will be taken off
from Denver to Akron
Fireman N E Smith was discharged
from the service Monday He went
down iu Lincoln Monday night to take
the matter up with headquarters officials
The reason given for dismissal is that
his work is unsatisfactory
Dispatcher W B Mills departed on
No 1 Tuesday for Fort Worth Texas
on behalf of his health which he felt
had been impaired by his recent illness
Mrs Mills accompanied him as far as
Denver Mr Mills condition is not con
sidered serious at all
Conductors Eph Benjamin and W D
Beyrer are in Chicago attending a meet
ing of the general grievance committee
of the O R C and B of R T Con
ductor Rank has Beyrer s car meanwhile
and C W Dewey is on with Conductor
M O McClure vice Benjamin
President A J Cassett of the Penn
sylvania railroad his counsel John G
Johnson and three others have broken
the running record between Philadelphia
and Jersey City by four minutes The
special train on which they made the
remarkable run covered the 00 1 5 miles
in exactly SO minutes The best pre
vious record was made by J P Morgans
special on February 7 which covered
the same route in 84 minutes
Car Distributer C T Watson will
have to go into the wholesale glass busi
ness if his luck of this week shall
continue long Sunday he had the mis
fortune to slip on the wet floor and fell
into the adjacent window smashing the
same and cutting his hand severely a
few stitches had to be taken in the gash
made and on Wednesday morning the
strong wind blew in the large glass in
west front of his North Main avenue
residence
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McCOOK RED WILLOW COUNTY NEBRASKA FRIDAY EVENING MARCH 28 1902
Rubber Hose
Waite has the best hosofortho mouoy
Superior Seed Potatoes
Wo have on hand a supply of Early
Ohio Seed Potatoes at 160 a bushel
C L DeGrohk Co
Choice Cow For Sale
A young Jersey cow fresh Choice of
several of fino breeding all gentle
D C Benedict Culbertson Neb
Notice
Saturday the 29th is the last day you
can get a carpet at 10 per cent discount
It will pay you to seo J II Ludwick
The First Game of the Season
A base ball gamo played between tho
store house clerks and tho rip track
employes Thursday afternoon resulted
in a defeat for the rips by a score of
8 to 7
Novelties Novelties
Timbolo irons chafing dishes serving
dishes after dinner coffee five oclock
tea fruit and vegetable sheers and all
novelty utensils at Colemans hardwaro
store
Remnants
You can buy some good and pretty
wall paper remnants at McMillens drug
store at cost and less Wo have a large
line of new wall paper and inoro on the
way Come and get prices
A McMillen
Second Quarter Water Tax Due
Office of Water Work McCook
Neb March 31 1902
Water Tax for the Second quarter of
1902 becomes due April 1st Ten per
cent will be added to all taxes not paid
before 4 oclock p m Tuesday April
151902 Office hours 9 to 12 a m
and 2 to 5 p m Central time
C H Meeker Supt
Farewell to Mrs Warren
The meeting of the Entre Nous club
Wednesday afternoon at the home of
Mrs F W Bosworth took the rather
lachrymose form of a farewell for Mrs
U J Warren who joined her husband
in Fort Morgan Colorado Thursday af
ternoon As a slight token of esteem
the ladies presented the departing mem
ber with a set of solid silver teaspoons
besides Mrs Warren carried- with her
the love and well wishes of all for her
happiness in tho new home
The New Hats Are Fetching
Among the absorbing local events
since our last issue were the millinery
openings those choicest delights to the
feminine heart and chiefest of terrors to
the masculine purse The openings
were accorded the usual large and
pleased audiences they are irresistibly
fetching The styles this year are
pronounced uncommonly pretty and
stylish and tho local exhibits this year
are handsome and comprehensive Mrs
Delhunty greeted her friends on last
Saturday and Miss Lowman on Monday
Both openings were gratifyingly suc
cessful
Bargains in Wall Paper at Cones
CITY CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS
Episcopal Holy communion at G30
a m Sunday school at 10 Special
Easter services at 11 conducted by C
W Barnes Easter services special
music and sermon by the rector at 8
oclock in the evening sermon topic
Priece of Life Cordial invitation to
all R M Hardman Rector
Congregational Sunday school 10
Preaching in tho morning at 11 an
Easter theme Christian Endeavor at
7 In place of the regular evening
preaching service an Easter cantata will
be given under direction of Miss Howe
who will be assisted by well known sing
ers of the city All will be welcome
Frank W Dean Pastor
Catholic Easter services At 1030
sermon on the Resurrection music
under direction of MisslIoweConcones
Mass in F by quartette Mrs P F
McKenna Miss Ida McCarl Mr S B
McLean Mr J G Schobel Services
on Good Friday evening at 730 Sta
tions of the Cross and sermon on the
Crucifixion
J J Loughran Pastor
Baptist Sunday school at 915 Our
state Sunday school missionary Rev
E A Russell will be present at the
session of the Sunday school and will
preach at eleven oclock He will also
visit the Zion Hill branch at 3 in the
afternoon The children will held their
Easter exercises on Sunday evening at 8
oclock Young peoples meeting at
715 In preparation for the revival
meetings which will begin on April 6th
prayer meetings will be held coming
week at the following homes Monday
John Porters in West McCook
C C Calverts in East McCook
Wednesday in the church Thursday
at the B it M eating house Fridav
W II Rankins in South McCook The
Harp Evangelist expects to reach
McCook one week from Sunday There
will be baptismal services Sunday morn
ing George L White Pastor
Rev Aura Smith who has been assist
ing Rev L M Grigsby in revival servi
ces the past few weeks has gone to
Chappell Nebraska in the line of his
service
The Episcopal friends gave Mrs Ed
Ellis an imformal farewell at the home
of Mrs J S Lellew last Friday after
noon
The Frontier County Association of
Congregational churches will hold ses
sions in Curtis April 8th and 9th
Something New
A poultry fence that is very close at
the bottom to hold small chickens and
keep out rats and woven looser at the
top just what everybody has been ask
ing for Call at W T Colemans and
see it
I jJal iiry
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Judingat
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NUMBER 46
MINOR ITEMS OF NEWS
Seo that live ply hose at Waites
Sugar beet seod at W T Colemans
Everything seasonable at MarHhs
meat market
A few Hicks Almanacs for 1902 for
salo at this office
Audrey Tho latest popular book at
McConnell Berrys
E J Mitchell auctioneer Phono9
Ofllco 17 residence 95
- Best Tablo Oil Cloth 15c yard The
Thompson Dry Goods Co
The display of perfumery at Cones is
attracting much attention
All kinds of garden seeds millet and
Kafir corn at W T Colemans
Now buggies arriving at W T Cole
mans He sells them right too
Best quality Apron Check Ginghams
5c yard Tho Thompson D G Co
The Barnett Lumber Co sell white
and red cedar posts and barb wire
Rarly Ohio Seed Potatoes at C L
DeGroir A- Cos Per bushel SIG0
Cypress Tanks best on earth for sale
by Barnett Llmiski Co
Kafir corn millet seed Also choice
seed barley and oats F C Kmixh
For Salk- A dwelling house on Mc
Farlaml street Inquire of C A Ward
Handsome It inch Black Silk rena
dinel The Thompson Dry Goods Co
Sugar beet hoes full stork f ugar
beet tools in stock and for salt- by V
T Coleman
Best Indigo dyed Prints V yard in
light and dark shades The Thompson
Dry Goods Co
Kvery ono is stopping at Cones drug
store to see the line of per
fumes from California
See If P Waite for refrigerators tras
oline stoves rubber hose and all M ason
able goods in his linr
Are you going to leave timnr See
Ludwick he will buy your furniture and
stoves highest cash price
The McCook Circle No 33 Ladies of
G A R meet tho first Saturday of
every month in Odd Fellows hall
All kinds of garden and grass seeds for
sale All seeds fresh and in bulk
C J Ryan Manage-
We have a large lino of farm and gar
den seeds Buy now while the assort
ment is full II P Waite
Twenty five styles of Now Dimities in
fast black and dainty patterns at 6c per
yard The Thompson Dry Goods Co
See our Cypress Tanks and get our
prices It will pay you
Barnett Lumiier Co
Simpsons Silk Finished Foulards in
handsome patterns and fast colors for 6c
yard The Thompson Dry Goods Co
The bill board near the freight house
on Main avenue fell a victim to the
winds strenuosity Wednesday morning
If you intend sowing any millet seed
see W T Coleman at once He secured
a limited supply and it wont last long
New Appliques Galloons and Bands
for trimming in Lace Embroidery
Chifron etc The Thompson D G Co
Chiffon Allovers Lace A Hovers Em
broidery Allovers in White Black Ivory
Butter and Ecru The Thomjwm Dry
Goods Co
When you are house cleaning remem
her that we carry the best paints var
nishes and furniture polish
McConnell Berry
F C Corsets at 35c 50c 75c 100
In Gauze or Coutil Money back after
4 weeks actual wear if dissatisfied For
sale only by The Thompson D G Co
It is worth considerable to be able to
feel that you can depend upon the
quality of meats you order at the meat
market A child can gee as good meat
at Marshs market as a grown person
and a phone order gets the beat every
time
The Hadell Mercantile Co of McCook
has been incorporated under the laws of
of the state of Nebraska with Alfred
Hadell of Red Cloud Edward D Plum
mer and Harry L Stevenson both of
St Joe Mo as members Capital stock
is 11000
Blatchfords Calf Meal is the be t sub
stitute for milk for calves yet vered
Tho leading farmers in tho lar i hae
been using it foi the last two y r4r i It
has been recommended by the 1- itm e
Creamery Co and is a wonderful su
cess Try a sack you will be
with the result Sold at Cowman-
hardware store
The Hamilton Brothers recent am
vals from Bartley have secui U
contract to build Dr W V agi -office-residence
building oppo u U
postoffice The main part of build
ing will be 30x50 feet two - high
with an addition 30x20 one story high
Entire building will be veneen i with
brick and will cost in the neigh borhood
of 83000
The first date of the Twentieth Cen
tury Lecture Course will be filled by the
famous temperance orator and advocate
John G Woolley Wednesday evening
April 2nd commencing at 830 Tickets
for the entire course of five lectures 81
Single tickets of admission sold at the
door Mr Woolley appears under W C
T TJ auspices Hear him He will
thrill you