The McCook tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 1886-1936, June 03, 1904, Image 1

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The Alumni Banquet and Orate
An occasion of scarcely secondary im
portance is tho annual alumni banquet
The Trihunk attaches considerable
weight to these annual gatherings be
lioving that the esprit de corps of the
alumni haB much to do with the success
of a school even of tho high school grado
This was the fourth annual celebration
and about 50 mombtrs of the alumni
participated despite the houvy rainstorm
which prevailed during the early part of
tho oveniug and made it impossible for
quito a number to attend
The east ward school building was the
scene of tho occasion Tho assembly
room was converted into a reception
room and rendered attractive and cosy
with a generous use of furniture rugs
curtains palms ferns cut flowers red
bunting etc observing as far ns possible
the class color scheme of red green and
Tho banquet was served by tho ladies
of the Dorcas society of the Congrega
tional church in tho eighth grado room
just across tho hall It was a three
courso luncheon of very satisfactory de
tails The table was handsomely spread
The decorations woro in class colors red
aud white roses being most in evidence
with candelabra in abundance Follow
ing is tho
Strnwhorries porter des fouilles
Escnllopud Moat with Sauce in ensos
Tiny Bull Potatoes a In croam
Tomatoes and CubbaKO Salad
garnished with whipped cream aud a
walnut mout
Olives Radishes
Pino Applo Ico in pyramids with Souvenirs
Assorted Cake Bon Bons
After tho banquet Supt G H Thom
es presiding as toastmaster the follow
ing toasts were respondad to ending a
very happy evening
Tho Occasion J L Rico 02
You Did Well But Watch UsBossio Beam 04
How Wo Got Here Millicent Slaby 99
From a Distance J A Boyror 90
Teachers and School Teaching
Mablo Wilcox 96
Merry Wedding Bells
A Denver friend sends The Tribune
the following account of a wedding of
interest to many McCook and R d Wil
low county peoplo
On Tuesdiy afternoon May 31st
1904 at five oclock Mr Holton Long
necker of Rollinsville Colo and Miss
Daisy Jackson of McCook Neb were
united in marriage by the Rev Vosburg
of tho First Baptist church of Denver
Th bride was attired in a pretty
gown of champagne cloth trimmed in
light blue and carried white carnations
Following the ceremony the bridal
party was entertained at a two course
luncheon at the home of friends
They will reside in Rollinsville
Colo where the groom is successfully
encaged in the drug business
Both bride aud groom are too well
known and highly esteemed in this city
and county to warrant a word from The
Tribune other than that of congratula
tion md well wishing May happiness
and prosperity be their lot in life
Fireman Jacob Matz Married
Tuesday May 31st at the home of
Engineer and Mrs W C Schenck
Fireman Jacob Matz and Miss Lizzie
Sturgeon were united in niarriase Rev
C R Betts officiating about twenty
friends witnessing the ceremony and J
R Bucknell and Miss Beulah Lesser
standing up with the contracting parties
The young people were generously re
membered by their friends w th gifts of
worth and usefulness A dainty lunch
eon was served after the ceremony The
happy peoplo departed on No 3 same
night for Denver on a short wedding
trip They will make their home in our
Paul Millers House Burnea
Tuesday morning about five oebek
Paul Millers dwelling in West McCook
was entirely destroyed by fire which is
thought to have been of incendiary ori
gin The house and contents wore
insured in the amount of 100000 Mr
Millers family are at present visiting in
Sutton Mr Miller works nights and
did not arrive at the home until every
thing was practically destroyed
Were Flood Losers at Fort Collins
The Tribune is sorry to learn that Z
O Holcomb and family were quite heavy
losers by the flood of a few weeks since
at FortCollins and other Colorado points
They had just recently become purchas
ers of a home and nine lots and about
everything was swept away by the flood
but the home Outbuildings hen house
garden fruit trees etc were all destroy
ed making quite a severe loss
Licenses to marry have been issued as
follows since our last report
Henry C Hoagland 21 and Anna N
Wolfe18botHof indianola Tney ere
married by the county judge May 2Sth
Gilbert A Gale 24 and Katie C Mc
lip 31 both of McCook
Jacob Matz 23 and Lizzie Sturgeon
20 both of McCook
For Sale at a Low Price
For thirty days I am offering for sale
a steam threshing outfit comparatively
new and in good running order Does
fine work Call or write
J H Warfield box23S McCook Neb
A Few Good Salesmen Wanted
for country trade Must be well recom
mended Good pay to right men
Address C F Fay General Delivery
All the latest dainty neckwear in silk
in embroidery and their combinations at
The Thompson Dry Goods Cos
The Piano Big mower is none too big
in the alfalfa field See the big fellows
at Colemans
If you need a mower buy the Giant
Ideal It is taking the lead all over the
Miss Efeie Abbott has gone to Peru
Simeon Billings has been seriously
ill this week
Miss Carrie Budlong is with her His
tor in Detroit Mich
E J Wilcox went in to Omaha Sat
urday night on a visit
A L Haley was up from Indianola
Wednesday on business
Ray Cathcart spent n few days close
of last week at Lebanon
F C Kellogg went up to Denver
Tuesday on 1 on business
Miss Sadie OConnell is visiting
Holdrego friends this week
Mrs Anna CoLFERand Arthur visited
Frank in Omaha part of last week
Dr Sykes of Omaha was a guest of
Mr and Mrs J G Stokes Sunday
Mr and Mrs B F OLCorrare visit
ing their daughters at Shelton Nobr
Mrs Ellis Ford is in Bloomington
this week visiting relatives and friends
J C Moore of Tyrone was a city bus
iness visitor Saturday and Wednesday
Floyd Berry has roturned from La
Junta Colo The striko is still on up
Mrs Jacob Schlagel is with Cul
bertson relatives and friends on a visit
this week
Mrs T A
of Mrs J T
last week
Erb of Akron was a guest
Kondlen closing days of
Mrs Rose Dutcher a sister of Mrs
George LeHew died in Pueblo Colora
do May 30th
Mrs F G Westland came up from
Lincoln Sunday evening on No 5 on a
social business visit
Miss Eno is over from Dan bury assist
ing her father County Assessor FPEno
on the assessors books
Mrs J F Jernberg and niece were
down from Denver last of week past to
enjoy the commencement events
Miss Mamie Fitzgerald of Lincoln
has been the guest of her uncle and aunt
Mr and Mrs PWalsh this week
Mrs E M Snyder witnessed the
commencement exercises of tho Indian
ola high school last Friday evening
Mr and Mrs J F Whiteford of
Omaha were guests of her parents Mr
and Mrs Sylvester Cordeal over Sunday
Miss Millie Slaby came up from Re
publican City in time to participate in
the commencement and alumni exercises
Ed S Byfield was up from Franklin
academy for commencement exercises
returning to his school work on Monday
Miss Medora Santee left on delayed
No 2 last Saturday morning for Oi
leans where she will spend the summer
Ray McCarl went down to Lincoln
Wednesday night on 6 to witness the
wedding of his sister Miss Blanche on
L H Lindemann returned homeTues
day night from a business trip to the
eastern part of the state Omaha and
other points
Floyd Welborn of Denver was in the
city Sunday night between trains on
his way to Denver from a visit to the
homefolks in Indianola
C W Kelley and Clarence Stokes
left Thursday morning on No 2 for
Villisca Iowa to attend the graduating
exercises pf the high school
Mrs J L Biddlecosi of Crete who
has been the guest of her sister Mrs I
D Moore for several weeks departed
for her home close of last week
C H Meeker met Mrs Meeker in
Denver first of the week on her way
home from a long visit in California
They arrived in McCook Monday
Mrs F M Dickey arrived homo Sun
day evening on 14 from a prolonged ab
sence in Colorado Springs visiting the
homefolks A sister accompanied her
Miss Ada Abbott has gone to Denver
It is rumored that some time next week
she will change her name to Mrs W E
Colvin and her home to Ida GroveIowa
M O McClure arrived home first of
the week from Indiana where he was
called last week by the illness of 1 is
father in Vincennes He left him im
Mrs L W Stayner and the girls
went down to Omaha and Lincoln Tues
day night on No 6 on a short visit
Floyd went up to Denver on 3 same
night on a visit to the Rogers boys
County 3 udge Green was somewhat
under the weather last week but is at
the old stand as usual this week ready
to issue licenses and if need be to marry
with neatness and dispatch all lawful
A W Martin went up to Denver
Friday night on No 3 to be absent over
Sunday with the homefolus He return
ed to his business here Monday morn
ing Mrs Martin remains in Denver for
a while
Mrs Whittaker and daughter Mabel
of East McCook departed Monday
morning on No 2 for Superior on a vis
it of two weeks This will be a some
what notable event to Mrs Whitaker
as she has lived m Red Willow county
26 years continuously and has never
been outside the limits of the county in
that time
C W Keys was over from Wilsonville
first of the week and packed up the
household goods and shipped them to
their new home to which place the fam
ily journeyed with him on Wednesday
morning The Tribune wishes them a
large measure of success and much con
tentment and happiness in prosperous
Memorial Sunday at St Patricks
At 10 oclock last Sunday morning St
Patricks Catholic church was crowded
for the memorial services preceding Dec
oration day At the hour appointed the
members of J K Barnes post and of the
Ladies circle followed the colors from
the post room to the church and the
services of the morning then commenced
There was tho usual high mass with a
large choir of selected voices Mrs P
M Appel of Cheyenne Wyoming was
tho soloist of the service rendering a
difficult Avo Maria from Shakespeares
Othello most effectively and feelingly
The sermon by Rev J J Loughran
was a patriotic worthy efFort and met
with the approval of nil irrespective of
creed He paid the veterans of the G
A R a deserved tribute and held up
their work as an example for the coming
The collection taken was devoted to
tho paying of the expenses of Decora
tion day
Flags bunting flowers potted plants
the pictures of Lincoln Grant McKin
ley and Logan were among the decora
The service was altogether a notable
McCook Junior Normal School
Applications are already coming in
from teachers expecticg to attend the
session of the Junior Normal School
and the indications are that the attend
ance will be large Ample provision
must be made to care for them when
they arrive The committee having the
schools affairs in charge will put some
one in tho field at once to learn of all
available rooming and boarding places
there are in town They desire to know
where rooms ale ne can bo secured whore
board alone can be secured and where
board and room can be had together
Many of the visiting teachers will de
sire to do light housekeeping and those
who have rooms adapted to this pur
pose will confer a favor by making the
fact known A few inquiries have been
written in as to whether it will be possi
ble to secure work in payment for teach
ers board through tho summer The
committee is especially anxious to sup
ply citizens with enough of such help
and they will be glad to know in advance
this year of the desire for it
The Pick Ups Win
Tho high school boys and the pick up
team played a game of baseball Deco
ration day afternoon the latter wi ning
by a score of 19 to 14 The participants
High School Positions Pick ups
Campbell Pitcher Harbaugh
Sutton Catcher Powers
Stokes Short Schultz
Burnett First Connolloy
Ford Second Cone
Burnoy Third Pickard
DuLaney Right Kunkel
Colfer Left Traver
Barbazett Center Dye
The score by innings was
High School 1100 0034 514
Pick Ups 1 0 1 0 11 0 5 1 19
Named a Committee to Report
About 20 business men and others at
tended the meeting in the court house
Tuesday evening to consider the matter
of securing sewerage for McCook As a
result of the deliberations a committee
composed of Congressman Norris J E
Kelley and G E Thompson was ap
pointed to draft resolutions setting forth
the wishes of the people in the matter
for presentation before the city council
for action It was the expressed desire
of those present that action favorable to
the sewerage proposition be taken The
committee will prepare a plan and the
matter will then come up before the
council for action
Wedded in Lincoln Thursday
Supt George H Thomas of our city
schools and Miss Blanche McCarl of our
city were united in marriage at the tem
porary home of the brides mother in
Lincoln Thursday of this week The
Tribune is without details but under
stands that the young folks will visit at
the home of the grooms parents in Har
vard a few days and will arrive here lat
ter part of next week and occupy their
lately acquired home on North Madison
street the Wiehe residence It can at
this time but add its congratulations
Sorrow in an Editors Family
M H Prall of the Imperial Republican
arrived in the city Thursday on No 1
from Burlington Iowa with the remains
of his two-year-old child which he was
taking back to Imperial for interment
The child died of pneumoniain Burling
ton Monday He arrived in the even
iug after the little ones death Two
other children are still there with their
mother and are ill with pneumonia but
are expected to recover
Ladies Circle Meeting
Regular meeting of Ladies Circte No
33 will be held Saturday June 4 1904
A full attendance is desired to receive
the new pass word and a commui ication
from the department president We
have now a supply of application blanks
for those who have desired to become
members By Order of President
Plants Plantsl
Tomato and cabbage several varieties
25c per 100 3 blocks north of brick
schoolhouse M L Rishel McCook
The Stores Should Close Evenings
and Sundays will be the topic of dis
cussion in each church of McCook Sun
day morning June 5th
See W C Bullard before you let your
contract for concrete walks He has an
expert to put them down and furnishes
Japanese landscape and picture fans
in silk for 25c and 35c at The Thompson
Dry Goods Cos
Double finger tipped silk gloves 50c at
The Thompson Dry Goods Cos
17 different styles of latest belts at The
Thompson Dry Goods Cos
Commencement Exercises 1904
The end of another school year and
tho graduation of another class from tho
McCook high school was appropriately
commemorated last Friday evening in
the Congregational church before and
with the approval of a largo audience of
admirers of our public school system
and of rehMves and friends of those be
ing grad d
The o flo was an inspiring one
is in a stronger degree to the
avers cyeitizen than a graduating occa
sion rwith its galaxy of pretty girl and
manly boy graduates its host of eager
expectant people its flowers and music
and oratory
At the appointed hour Mrs W B
Mills played a march on the piano and
the members of tholass of 1904 marched
in and occupied the pulpit platform
when the regular program as follows en
Piano solo La Fountaino Julos Egghart
Mrs W B Mills
Rev G A Conrad
Clariuot solo Cavatina from Ernani Verdi
Mr J N Qaardo
Elizabeth Abigail Bosworth
Address Economic Commercialism
Dr W OLTaj lor
Edphonium solo Tho Song That Reachod
My Heart Jordan
Mr F A Pennell
Bessie Anna Peterson
Presentation of diplomas
Mr C W Barnes
Vocal solo
a Voices of tho Woods Watson Rubinstein
b Violots Wright
Mrs Charles Wayno Britt
Rev G A Conrad
Bessio Beatrice Beam
Pleasures and Troubles of Lifo
Elizabeth Abigail Bosworth
The Man in Overalls
Roxaunn Mildred ByfioldLife in the Country
Albert Bruce Campboll
American Immigration
Genevieve Elizabeth Fitch Pioneer Life
Loyd Wood Jennings Class History
Eleanoro LoHow Current Events
Ethljn Mao Middloton A Now Day
Bessie Anna Peterson Tho Lifo of a Rocluso
Frank Austin RitteuhouseTho Typical Negro
Motto At tho Threshold
Colors Violet and green
The decorations were largely patriotic
tho whole west end of the church being
involved in the scheme A number of
immense flags were gracefully draped
from ceiling and walls producing a stir
ring effect Over the archway fell lace
draperies on which were done in green
in old English text the class motto At
the Threshold Bunches of violets
carrying out the class colors were scat
tered all over this drapery The plat
form looked pleasing to the eye in a
wealth of palms ferns cut flowers etc
and over all shone the subdued lights of
numerous candelabra disposed at every
vantage point
A special mead of praise is due the lo
cal participants on the program but in
the speaker of the evening fortune was
not so favorable Prof W G L Taylor
professor of political economy in the Ne
braska university substituted for Col
onel Copeland Economic Commercial
ism was the topic and from an academ
ic standpoint it was well handled learn
edly presented but it lacked necessarily
the graces and shades of the orator and
was withal rather dry for a commence
ment address However under the cir
cumstances The Tribune does not wish
to be critical It was truly kind of the
professor to fill the vacancy at the last
moment and it was our misfortune
rather that the subject was not more in
spiring and entertaining
Worlds Fair St Louis April 30 to Decl
Reduced rates as follows
Season tickets on sale April 15 to Nov
15 inclusive final limit Dec 15 round
trip 82980
Sixty day ticket on sale April 25 to
Nov 20 inclusive 2480
Fifteen day ticket on sale April 27 to
Nov 30 inclusive 223o
Died Early This Morning
Miss Mabel Fairlee died at two oclock
this morning She arrived here from
Davenport Iowa in February suffering
with consumption accompanied by her
mother Deceased was about 30 years
of age Her case received the attention
and ministrations of the ladies of the
Episcopal guild and others
Are You Puzzled
as to how you should paper your rooms
or what colors you should use to paint
your house We could offer some sug
gestions that might help you and will
be glad to show you through our stock
which you will find up to date and com
plete McConnell druggist
Meeting of Board of Equalization
Notice is hereby given that the Board
of County Commissioners of Red Willow
county will sit as a board of equalization
of assessment June 14th loth and 16th
on which dates the assessments will be
equalized and adjusted 5 27 3ts
E J Wilcox County Clerk
For Sale
A few very choice St Bernard puppies
Box 78 Bartley Neb 6-3-21
Cow and Calf for Sale
Fresh Inquire at Ludwicks furni
ture store
Gauze corsets and girdles 35c to 50c at
The Thompson Dry Goods Cos
A good sewing machine at a moderate
price the New Royal at Waites
Very dainty pink also blue checked
ginghams at The Thompson Dry Goods
Do you need more blood and more
flesh do you need more strength this
spring Hollisters Rocky Mountain Tea
will bring them all If it fails your
money back 35 cents Tea or tablet
form LW McConnell
T If
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IV Wilillv
A Day of Increased Significance
With tho added years come increased
significance and interest in Decoration
day The votoran band hero decreasing
with an ever increasing company yonder
The first duty of the day was performed
by a detachment from tho post at 10
oclock in the morning when they re
paired to the several city cemeteries and
lavishly decorated the graves of thoso
gone on before but still living in tho
memory of a loving nation
David Knithloy
Marion B Brown
Chostor Ward
R S Cooloy
D S Clement
John D Gorver
Potor Groves
J B McCabo
Moses Battershnll
Josiah B Roshoug
William M Irwin
Elias II Conrad
Smith Gordon
Charles Turner
Charles Fox
Thomas M Scott
J B Farnsworth
E M Farnsworth
W X Johnson
A W Schaeffor
Lymnn Miller
C Luther Nuttletou Charles Walker
There is but one Confederate dead
the cemeteries here that of R R Stew
art And ono son of a veteran Albert
Hamilton son of James M Hamilton of
Pass Christian Miss
At two oclock in the afternoon tho
regular program of exercises appropriate
to the day were taken up at tho Baptist
church and carried out as follows
Music Amorica
Reading orders by tho adjutant
Prayer Rev C R Botts
Music Quartette
Reading of Lincolns Gettysburg address
- Miss Mabel Wilcox
Music Mixed Qnartetto
Address to Unknown Dead Mrs A PWolles
Music solo Mrs Charles Wayno Britt
Addross Department Commandor Bross
The address by State Commander
Bross aud tho address to the unknown
dead containing a beautiful and graph
ic description of the national cemetery at
Arlington Heights by Mrs A PWolles
were especially enjoyed by tht large au
dience which filled the house
The entire service however was an
appropriate memorial
The business was generally suspended
during part of the day and there was
some attempt at decoration
The 1 oys of JK Barnes post a griz
zled a band of veterans as can be seen
anywhere followed tho col rs to the
church in organization with Comrade
Dillcn as standard bearer
Headquarters J K Barnes Post No
207 G A R The post being in regular
session the following resolution was
unanimously adopted
Resolved That tho thanks of this post
are hereby tendered to the congregation
of St Patricks church for the use of
their b autiful church wherein were held
the Memorial services Sunday May 29
and to Rev J J Loughran pastor for
preaching the very able and patriotic
sermon on that occasion And to the
Baptist congregation and choir for the
use of their church kindly tendered to
us in which were held the Decoration
day services and for the patriotic music
rendered by the choir and to Comrade
Department Commander Harmon Bross
for the patriotic oration delivered by him
a d to Mrs A P Welles for the patriotic
address to the unknown dead mak
ing this Memorial service one long to be
remembered as a day of patriotic devo
tion to our boloved dead
Wai S Fitch Post Commander
Wall Paper and Paints
Talk is cheap to see is to be convinc
ed We kindly invite you to take a look
at our wall paper Just the special de
signs in wall paper are somo times hard
to find But there are such things nev
ertheless and you can find them at our
store If you have an eye for beauty a
thought for economy a desire to have a
paint that sticks use our Lincoln Absolutely-Pure
Paints Call and see our
special designs and colors
A McMillen Druereist
Quite Painfully Injured
While carrying a step ladder up the
stairs leading to the post room Tuesday
George W Dillon a member of J K
Barne3 post fell to the bottom of the
bottom of the stairway and sustained a
sprained wrist bruised head and some
internal injuries none of them of a ser
ious nature but causing him much pain
Are You Going- to Build Sidewalks
We are making a special sidewalk
brick of finest quality out of shale and
clay by special machinery and will have
a kiln of same ready for sale by June
10th Price per 1000 is 10 Wait
for them A new kiln of fine quality of
building brick just opened
McCook Brick Co
Concrete Sidewalks
We are now ready to make contracts
for concrete sidewalks in McCook We
have employed an expert to put down
these walks and guarantee their dura
bility Barnett Lumber Co
Piano Binder for Sale
In good condition Inquire of Wm
Heun Coleman precinct
The East McCook people have organ
ized for Sunday school and church pur
poses by naming R F Rector C A
stone and another resident of that addi
tion as trustees
See W C Bullard before you let your
contract for concrete walks He has an
expert to put them down and furnishes
Avenarius carbolinum the great chick
en lice destroyer and wood preserver at
American Beauty extended hip corsets
in fine coutil at The Thompson Dry
Goods Cos
A specialty of office supplies
The Tribune
Ladies percale wrappers 85c and
The Thompson Dry Goods Cos
Dont fail to see McMillens large line
of wall paper before buying
McCook Market Quotations
Corrected tridny morning
Good Butter
Tho Great
greatest stove
McConnolls for drugs
Coleman sells beet cultivators
For wall paper go to Cono Bros
The Tribune 52 weeks for 100
McMillon prescription druggist
Everything in drugs McConnell
Heath Milligan paint at Cono Bros
Wo want to bo your druggists Cono
See tho
Ocean Wave washer before
I guarantoo my concroto walks W
Room for rent over
DC Marsh
tho market See
It is about timo for complaints of too
much rain
If you need a hay stackor seo tho ono
Coleman sells
Somo now thirst quenchers at McCon
nolls fountain
McMillen has a
stock of wall paper
large and complete
Rango is tho
Plenty of oriental laces at Tho Thomp
son Dry Goods Cos
When you need fly nets try Coleman
and seo what will happen
Local news of importance on every
homo page of The Tribune
Tho Deering hay rakes aro all mado
from steel Light arid strong
Look over Waites lino of corn plows
and cultivators before buying
00 0 1 2 3 4 and 8 hooks and eyes at
Tho Thompson Dry Goods Cos
The spring is the best time to use a
good sarsaparilla Try McMillens
For Sale Household furniture In
quire of Miss Rache Berry
Alaska refrigerators aro tho best A
fine line of them may be seen at Waites
Fine Swiss edgings and insertions in
setts at Tho Thompson Dry Goods Cos
The new stock of single harness is all
right for those driving wagons at W T
For tho best values in paints wall pa
per varnish stains enamel etc go to
Cone Bros
Concrete walks improve your property
W C Bullard is tho man to let your
contract to
Long and short kimonos and dressing
sacques at Tho Thompson Dry Goods
The Eastern Trade Co has been post
ed by the postoflice department at Wash
ington as fraudulent
A good assortment of varnish stains
enamels household floor and buggy
paints at McMillens drug store
Entire flat or rooms for rent Steam
heat and electric lights Apply at Dia
monds clothing and shoe store
The Indianola telephone exchange has
filed articles of incorporation with the
secretary of state Capital stock 10-
See W C Bullard before you let your
contract for concrete walks He has an
expert to put them down and furnishes
Mens fine worsted suits 310 to 1330
Mens cassimere suits 350 to 10 Boys
suits 85e to 4 at The Thompson Dry
Goods Cos
Sunday morning June 5th the pastor
of each church in McCook will discus3
the need and advisability of all stores
closing evenings and Sundays
From every pulpit in McCook on Sun
day morning June 5th will be discuss
ed the need and the advisability of all
stores closing evenings and Sundays
Hammocks easy and breezy You
get all the air there is when you use a
hammock Our prices are right
A McMillen Druggist
The Fourth of July committee an
nounces that it has been very successful
in soliciting the sinews of war for a cele
bration and that a big time is in making
for the day we celebrate
Just as stylish equally as handsome
as the engraved are The Trirunes
calling cards printed from the famous
and pretty Tiffany Text See our
samples and get our prices
Invitations are out to the wedding of
Miss Ella Somerville and Mr Guy E
Garlick which happy event will trans
pire at the Somerville farm southwest of
the city Sunday evening June 5th at
eight oclock
Ideal waists continue in favor as
always heretofore in McCook and else
where Shown in silks linens lawns and
oxfords in white black and colors 50c
to 775 by The Thompson Dry Goods
Co exclusively
A First Church of Christ Scientist
has been organized in Cambridge They
have incorporated with Mr and Mrs
Johnson rpcpnt arrivals there from Col
orado and Mrs Rebecca Wheeden of
that town as trustees