The McCook tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 1886-1936, April 24, 1908, Image 4

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Largest Circulation in Red Willow Co
Subscription 1 a Year in Advance
Minnesota states tlio western senti
ment with precision and without pro
Wo roiidirm tlio principles of pro
tection of American Inhorand industries
hut wo believe tho timo lias como when
thoro should bo a rovision of tho tariff
schedules by a Ropublican congress
Tub Hastings Democrat has com
menced to defeat G W Norris for
congress again Wo remember that
about sovon 3 oars ago when this papor
was the lirst to suggest tho name of our
presont congressman for tho position
tho Democrat commenced tho killing
business It is still at it It is slow
death Boavor City Tribune
Special Terra of Court
Judge Orr opened i special term of
court hero Monday and tho same is
still in session
Divorces was granted to plaintiffs
in tho following cases
Grace Dixon vs Zack Dixon Ado
lino Hung vs Earlo Rung Laura Ham
ilton vs James Hamilton
The water works suit was taken up
Wednesday and evidence submitted
It is expected to argue tho case this
Tho J I uber case involving title to
Home McCook real estate was before
tho court this morning
Trip to Europe
Tho K R B and S C of tho Congre
gational Sunday school will give a can
tata Trip to Europe in the church
next Tuesday ovening April 2Stk
Thero will bo an additional program of
several musical numbers After which
ico cream and cako will bo served All
for the price of 23c for adults and 10c
for those under fifteen years of age
Tho evening will bo worth while Come
and enjoy it
Two Deputies Appointed
Miss IJ E Asten has been appointed
deputy district clerk by District Clerk
Rodgers and Norman J Campbell has
been appointed deputy assessor by
County Assessor Endsley Both ap
pointments have been confirmed by tho
board of county commissioners and
their bonds approved
You Can Use a Detroit Jewel
Gas Range with great satisfaction with
out previous experience They cook
so good and bake so good and use so
little gas well that is what makes
them popular McCook Hardware Co
Married In Benkelman
Martin L Volker 27 and Lillian R
Mathews 33 both of our city were
married by County Judge Hamilton of
Dundy last week Thursday
The Calf Bawled
Givo me hand separator warm skim
milk from a Sharpless Separator or give
me death Sold by The McCook Hard
ware Co
For Sale 863 will buy an SSO new
rubber tired top buggy See L E
Barker at tho clothing store
Fok Sale Brand new gasoline stove
Phone black 202
For Sale Barred Plymouth Rock
eggs 75c for 13 or 3400 oer 100 J
W Proctor cedar 3421 i 17 4
For Sale A good piano Inquire at
this office M tt
Cottage to Rent three blocks north
of new high school Inquire at this
office Ktf
For Rent Good barn one square
north Catholic church Phono black
2SG B J Lane
Lost Between West McCook and
Fisher Perkins store a shoe Finder
please leave at The Model Shoe StoreN
True to Life Those new Carnegie
Library post cards at The Tribune
office Two for a nickel Artistic and
neat not gaudy
Plain Sewing At moderate prices
also shadow embroidery Mrs Slosson
ono block north of new school house
Phone Black 24S
Dressmaking at home or will go out
Phono red 2S9 from 630 p m to 830
p m Mrs F R Mclntyre 4 10 4t
Dress Making in all its branches done
at home Call at last house on north
Melvin street or phono red 293 Good
work and satisfaction guaranteed Mrs
Frank Carson
Post cards local views Easter cards
Taft and Bryan cards greeting cards
otc at The Tribune stationery dept
Pasture to Rent Half milo east
half mile north of McCook Horses
75c cows 50c per month AP Morse
Cofrtpn sppd in hnllr lawn
UUJ Vi www - u u
grass flour and feed Call on
C J Ryan
Initiated Eight Candidates
Court Granada No 77 Daughters of
Isabella initiated eight now members
into tho order Tuesday evening Tho
court was largely represented by a full
membership and tho event was featur
ed by tho presence of tho popular dis
trict dopuy Kev 7 J Loughran of
Dawson Nobraska former pastor of St
Patricks Catholic church of our city
who assisted in the initiatory sorvico
After tho work tho court ontortained
tho members of McCook council No
lliG Knights of Columbus at a lunch
eon which with social particulars con
cluded a delightful evening for both
court and council
Wednesday ovening occurred tho re
gular installation of tho officers elect of
Court Granada as follows
Miss Anna Hannan G R Miss
Sndio Coylo V G R Miss Julia Ryan
Prophetess Mrs George Martin Mon
itor Miss Josephine Mullen F S Miss
Mamio Fitzgerald Historian Mrs
Maurico Griffin Sentinel Mrs Nannie
Wright Lecturer
An Increasing Business
Tho gas cooking demonstration by
Mrs L C Wingfiold of Milwaukee in
this city this week under auspices of
tho McCook Gns Co was very satisfac
tory to tho company and certainly most
instructive to those who had tho pleas-
uro and advantage of Mrs WIngliolds
skill and knowledge She demonstrated
how cooking of all kinds could bo done
quickly cheaply and excellontly Withal
tho showing was most favorable to the
company and will result in a still further
broadening of their developing business
Second Annual Successful
The second annual ball of McCook
lodge No 407 Brotherhood of Boiler
makers in Menard hall Monday eve
ning drew a good attendance and tho
bojs showed them all a good time
This annual function of the order is one
in which tho brotherhood takes special
pride and to which considerable atten
tion is devoted by tho boys to tho end
that their patrons shall be well enter
tained and tho order shall receive pro
per credit for their good intentions in
tho matter We congratulate
Lightning- Rod Insurance
In another department of this paper
will be found tho advertisement of T
A Haley agent of the famous W C
Shinn copper cable lightning rod Ar
rangements have been made with the
McCook Hardware Co for tho distrib
ution of their advertising matter and
for display of their fixtures Call and
get a booklet Mr Haley guarantees
this rod and fixtures If you are inter
ested inthis form of insurance call at
the store or address Mr Haley at In-
For Sale
One hundred sixty acres good farm
land 22 miles from Denver all smooth
near neighbors half mile from running
stream some fence seven miles from
postoffice eleven miles from Brighton
Homestead right can be used relin
quishment can be had very reasonable
if take at once Call on or address
D W Colson McCook Neb
Dr Smith Seriously Injured
The Tribune learns with deep regret
of the serious injury sustained by Dr
Smith of Passadena Calif father of
Mrs C H Meeker of our city The
doctor was accidentally run over by a
train in the alley in the rear of his own
home sustaining injuries necessitating
amputation of a leg
Buy a Herrick Refrigerator
if you wish the best high grade refriger
ator made It may not be the cheapest
in the first cost but will be in tho end
Your health demands the use of a
strictly sanitary refrigerator The Mc
Cook Hardware Co
They Are Doodles
A new consignment of clothing for
young men and boys just received at
Rozell Bargers clothiers to the peo
ple Dont buy that spring suit before
seeing these
Have A Large Patronage
The Ladies Guild of St Patricks
church enjoyed a large and delighted
patronage Wednesday evening on the
occasion of their dance in Menards
opera house
Mr and Mr3 Earl Notley of McCook
visited her parents Mr and Mrs A T
Wilson Sunday
Miss Debbie Johnson visited her sister
Mrs Chas Wilson Sunday
Mr and Mrs Otto Pate visited Mr
and Mrs Geo Shields Sunday after
There was no preaching services at
the church last Sunday morning on ac
count of Rev Miller being called to
preach the funeral of L J Branscoms
little boy at Zion Hill
The entertainment Ma Sweet
given by Miss Oyster and seven pupils
at the church last Friday evening was
enjoyed by all present The proceeds
of the basket supper were 83600
In a letter just received from Mrs J
A Pinkerton of Berkeley California
she tells of the sudden death of her
mother Mrs C L Reeves on April 8th
Mrs Reeves and family were residents
of this county for a number of years
Mrs Pinkerton with her brother and
sister A F and Anna Reeves have the
sympathy of their Red Willow county
friends in this their great sorrow
W M Stonkr is in town today on
J R Burke is assisting Frank Real
in tho elevator
John Stevens of Arapahoe was in
evidence Wednesday
Miss Maude Jones of Stratton was a
city visitor over Sunday
Miss Mary Mugan is visiting in Den
vor a few days of this week
Schkll Kimmell roturned to Lincoln
Tuesday morning to his school work
H W Keyhs and S R Smith were
up from Indianola Monday on legal
Mrs J O McArthur and Mrs L
E Bradley spent tho day in Hastings
II N Roskuush is operating a ce
ment gang in Bartley where ho Las a
largo contract
Mrs C M Smith and Mrs I E
Converse woro visitors in Hastings
close of last week
W II Ackerman is still confined to
bed and not improving as his family
and friends hopo for
Ernest Graves of Red cloud has
joined his brother hero and is associated
with him in business
Mrs II M Tyler and son Harold
were up from Orleans Monday looking
after McCook interests
Mr and Mrs nI L Search are
happy in the parentage of a promising
daughter born on Monday
Mrs Hugh Brown of Hastings came
up to tho old homo Saturday and ro
mained over Easter Sunday
T A Haley was up from Indianola
Tuesday on business Note his adver
tisement elsewhere in this issue
Herman Pade was in Culbortson
Wednesday assisting in preparing for
shipment east of an exhumed body
Miss Ila M Briggs who was called
home to Kansas by illness in tho family
roturned to her work here Tuesday
Mrs Jennie Huher was down from
Denver part of the week on account of
some litigation ovbr McCook property
Mrs Augusta Anton arrived home
first of the week from her visit to mem
bers of tho family in Des Moines Iowa
Mrs J M Trammell and Miss Re
gina Provance went down to Havelock
Thursday to visit a few days with
Miss Maijel Mokko and Miss Anna
Delaney departed Thursday morning
for Denver where they will take em
Mis Josie Houlihan is now nicely
located on her valuable claim on Cedar
Creek near Cedar Forks S D The
land is about six miles from Presho
Claude McKillii will shortly com
mence the erection of a good sized
modern brick dwelling just south of
the west ward school building in the
Sixth addition
Mr and Mrs A C EBERTand Louis
Thorgrimson went over to Wilsonville
Arbor Day and were the guests of Mr
and Mrs C W Keyes making the
journey in the Thorgrimson Reo
Rev J J Loughran of Dawson spent
a few days in the city this week greet
ing his former parishioners and friends
attending the initiation of the Daugh
ters of Isabella Tuesday evening
Mrs A Edgar Hawkins and Mr
Hawkins mother went to Lincoln Sun
day being called their by the sickness
of a daughter Mrs Mabel Kelley who
has been very ill for several weeks
Thomas G Jones of Hendley Morris
Ball of Beaver City and Hugh Brown of
Hastings were members of St John
commandery from out-of-town who at
tended Easter services in McCook
A H Redfern of the Beaver country
had business in the countys capital
last E riday afternoon Mr Redfern is
ono of the very early settlers of Red
Willow county having located here in
Miss Edna Waite who was home
from Lincoln for tho Easter vacation
roturned to tho university Wednesday
morning Miss Emma Perry who was
her guest here part of the vacation re
turned with her
Charles McKenna of Arapahoe an
experienced dry goodsman has been
employed by H C Clapp and is now
assisting in the work in tho store Mr
McKenna is a son-in-law of Joseph
Evans of our city
Dr C L Fahnestock and mother
Mrs Xancy Fahnestock will leave for
St Louis Saturday Mrs Fahnestock
has a sister living there whom she will
visit awhile in the hope of improving
her health Tho doctor will return
Mrs C II Meeker departed Tues
day night for Passadena California
being called there in advance of a con
templated visit by the news of the ill
ness of her aged father Dr Smith well
known to some of our readers Her
nieco accompanied her
Guy Kealey who has been doing
some spring work on the farm a half
section of fine farming land eight miles
west of McCook owned by GH Kealey
and E A Silver came home Thursday
for a days visit with his parents Geo
Kealey and wife returning to his work
the following day Holdrege Progress
Baseball goods at Ilofers
Wall Paper at McMilleus
SeodB at II P Waito Com
Everything in drugs McConnoll
Picturo framing Tho Ideal Storo
Drink tho favorito Hiros root beer
A McMillkn Druggist
A daughter was born to Mr and Mrs
J II Korf Monday
Polico Judge Biggs has his ollico over
tho Marsh meat market
1 1 uber is still selling Wedding Break
fast Coffee You know tho brand
Dr Ilaro examines eyes free and guar
antees satisfaction in fitting glasses
Wall paper all tho latest and prettiest
styles at Woodworth Cos druggists
Model Shirts union mado a dress
shirt par excellence at Rozell Bargors
Rubber hose grass seed and all lawn
and garden supplies at II P Waito fc
Enjoy tho May day broakfast at tho
Congregational church Saturday May
2nd from 630 to 9 a m
Our Colorado poas corn etc are as
noar perfection as it is possible to ap
proach in canned goods Hubor
For good results in picture taking uso
the Arisco non curling film mado in
all sizes Wooinvoimi Co Agents
Only by united effort can tho dunde
lino pest bo successfully subdued You
and your neighbor must work together
The Burke news stand has been pur
chased by John Went who took charge
and possession of tho business clobo of
last week
All accounts due tho dray firm of R
M Douglass it Co will bo found at the
White House grocery Those indobted
to this firm pleaso call Geo A Scott
Get your blood right and youll feel
McConnells Saksapakilla
rights all wrongs in blood and general
The fifth quadrennial excursion of
the Jacksonian club of Nebraska en
routo to Denver July 1th will arrive in
McCook at 11 p m according to
The ladies of the Methodist church
will serve dinner and supper next
Thursday April 30th at the church
dining rooms
The baby daughter of Mr and Mrs
Mike Fritz tenants on tho Hatfield
ranch east of town fell into a wash
boilor filled with water last Thursday
evening and was drowned
The county judge has been authorized
to examine applicants for the position
of cream tester and the state depart
ment known as tho food dairy and
drug commission has provided him
with the necessary blanks
The Christian Endeavor topic next
Sunday evening in the Congregational
church will be Foreign Missions
Paton and Missions in the Islands
Acts 2S1 10 Mrs G B Hawkes
leader All will bo welcome
Attention is directed to the advertise
ment of J EMoland who is prepared
to do anything required in the lino of
cement work Yard two blocks east of
Main avenue between Dodge and Den
nison streets Room 8 in Walsh block
We give careful attention in the selec
tion of our toilet creams powders and
face lotions and carry in stock only the
best Any lady requiring an article in
any of these lines will find our assort
ment a very gratifying one
Woodworth Co Druggists
The board of managers of the Ne
braska state fair have ordered plans
for an auditorium to seat 1300 people
This building is to be erected west of
the Administration building on the side
hill where a natural amphitheater is
obtained This building will make a
splendid place for Liberatis Grand
Military Band and Concert company of
GO people IS of whom are grand opera
singers and soloists who render Stabat
Mater and other grand operas Nation
al speakers can aho be used here to ad
vantage and we are pleased to see tho
management are using their money for
such buildings for the peoples comfort
Watch the date Thursday April 30
the day when the Campbell Brothers
great consolidated shows appear here
Each succeeding year new features are
hunted up and added to this already
famous circus startling acts that play
upon the imagination hair breadth
escapes in mid air by daring acrobates
and the various ring acts that never
fail to amuse Horses always take a
prominent part in every circus and this
is no exception to the rule Beautiful
silky -coated horses with glittering
trappings and mounted by a bevy of
pretty girls in natty costumes catch
the eye on all sides no matter where
it is in the parade or under canvas
in the sawdust ring horses reign su
preme Campbell Brothers are fa
mous for their thoroughbred horses
and the number and beauty of their
circus horses this season are beyond
comparison Watch for the grand
street parade at 10 a m and the big
shows at 2 and 8 p m under the new
water proof tents rain or shine
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of buying a
Safety Razor for 1
with 12 blades ami guar
anteed to do the work
Well you can just do it
at our stoic and here is
the picture Dont forget
the name Some have
told us they would not
trade their lenders for a
Gillette Anyway we HAVE
the Gillette and some say
better It is the
Keen Kutter
Only 350
You hum i bought any Keen
V7CiiJi7iiVI - - - II
asSEgiy u Kutter goods that you rouui
not take HACK lO 1UUK
EY if rot entirely satisfactory in
every way Well it is the same
way with other
which we carry But some ask how
they will get the money to buy all
these things Work for it of
course But
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you can buy all of the things you
need and start a bank account
providing you
Use a
Sharpies Separator
that does not take your time and
money for repairs
McCook Hardware Co
Phone 31 R- b simpions
If you want a Side Walk Curb
Stone or Cement Work of any kind
H N Rosebush
in Tnclucti JP Nm tTiiMir TIIWC DET 1 OC S
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