The McCook tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 1886-1936, October 16, 1911, Monday Evening Edition, Image 1

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Thu important part of child
rens Shoes are
We have a line of Boys Miss
es and Childrens Shoes made by
S L Pierce Co who make
nothing but Boys Misses and
Childrens Shoes
Therefore they are able to give
better shoes for less money
Come and see them We guar
antee them
Corner Store
201 Main
Seed Laboratory Discontinued
During the past three years
there has been maintained thru
the cooperation of the United
States llment of Agriculture
and the Nebraska Experiment
Station a Branch Seed Laborat
ory This laboratory was con
necieel with the department of a
ricultural botany the head of this
department being collaborator in
charge oi the seed laboratory
Over 3300 tests of seeds have
been made during this period an
by tins means and thru extensive
correspondence there has been
aroused among Nebraska farmers
great interest an pure seeds
The interest in and demand for
pure seeds of known quality de
veloped -by the work of the Ne
braska Seed Laboratory was
sufficient to induce the last leg
islature to enact a law governing
the sale of seeds The enforce
ment of Ibis law was placed in
the hands of the state food drug
and dairy commissioner
The state having made provis
ion for the continuation of this
work it has been deemed best to
discontinue the Nebraska Seed
Laboratory Accordingly corres
pondence and samples of seeds
for test with reference to the
new seed law should be sent to
the state house The departmen
of agriculture botany will con
tinue its own investigation of cer
tain seed problems and of Ne
braska weeds
A surprise farewell party was
given Mrs J TV TVimer by her
Sunday school class of nine girls
on October 10 at the home of
Mrs Max Anton Refreshments
were served and games played by
the children between 330 and
730 To Mrs TVimer in remem
brance was given a handsome
gravy ladle engraved on the back
of the handle with her initials
and on the front S S Class
Big Stock Shipment
James Miller of Perry precinct
arrived home on Friday morning
last from the Kansas City marke
where he Jiad just marketed a
shipment of 228 head of stock
about half each of steers and cal
ves lie got better than five cent
for the stuff
Exclusive Agent Exclusive Coffee
Iluber is exclusive agent in Mc
Cook for the unexcelled Barring
ton Ilall coffees Priced at 20c
25c and 35e per pound
It is the proved quality of Mag
ner s groceries that accounts for
their increasing popularity with
the buying public Every patron
is a satisfied patron
If you feel you want to be
shown in matter of quality go
to the McCook Flour and Feed
Magners groceries meet fully
the pure food law requirements
For special on dill sour and
sweet pickles see Magner
Driftwood Prscinct
The Republican electors of
Driftwood precinct will meet in
caucus Wednesday evening Oc
tober 18th at 8 oclock for the
purpose of nominating a precinct
ticket and transacting any other
proper business
The Main Store On Main Street
If it is the freshest and best in
groceries fruits vegetables etc
you seek look no further than
Seed Wheat For Sale
No 2 Red Turkey wheat for
sale Updike Grain Co Phone
Drink Wedding Breakfast
coffee and be happy
ers only
At Hub-
Magner sells better groceries
than the just as good kind Try
him for an order
All- grades of Oxford flour and
each sack guaranteed at the Mc
Cook Flour and Feed Store
Monday Evening Edition
1 The following real estate filings
Entertain Ladies of the Church
mve been made the county
and the Gentlemen clerks office since our last re-
The Ladies Aid society of the Vina C Rank et eons to Net-
Jietnoaist cnurcn recently maae tie Brooks wd to 3 in 10
tne rinai payment oi tue Jjiouu
carpet enterprise the3r carried
thru to success and it seemed
appropriate to them to celebrate
the event with a social affair
which they styled a butterfly
social at which the ladies of the
church and the husbands were
honored guests About a hun
dred members of the church and
friends participated in the social
with the most enjoyable results
of any similar affair of many
The ladies and guests met in
the church auditorium first and
the formal ceremony of burning
the 500 not was disposed of the
president of the society Mrs
Brown and the treasurer
Mrs A R Mehaffey officiated
at this incident
1st McCook 4000
Lincoln Land Co to -R M
Osborn wd to 4-5-6 in 10
7th McCook 400
United States to Ami C Teel
Jr pat to ne 12-4-28
James TV Ilatfield et nx to
Paul P Anton wd to 1
to 15 inc and 21 to 25 inc
in Ilatfield park 13400
John TV TVimer et ux to
Gertrude Van Camp wd to
5 and 6 in 4 Second Mc-
Cook 3200
Hazel Hare Vahue et cons to
Clarence R Livingston wd
to part sy swVi 20-3-29 3000
Sunday School Rally
The Sunday school of the Meth
odist church will hold a Rallv
Dav Sunelav October 22nd
Tliis happy consummation cupying both morning and even
ed the dining room in the base- ing hours Plans are being per
ment was sought and a banquet fected for a big day with a fine
of attractive particulars was dis 1 program both morning and even
posed of A surprise in this ing The public is invited to
connection was one of the hap- these services
py thoughts of the evening -
ter assembling around the ban- First of Series
quet board and a few remarks by The Thursday whist club met
Kev Lewis the chivalrous cmo
their unselfish work and
Silver Jubilee
The Lincoln Convention Com
mittee announce they are ready
to take care of the great num
ber of Christian Endeavorers of
the state who will attend the
Silver Jubilee convention which
convenes at the Lincoln Auditor
ium Oct 26 29 1911
This convention is slated to be
the largest religious gathering
the state has seen and the pro
gram is the drawing card Dr
TVm Shaw the general secre
tary of the Endeavor movement
Avail be the conventions guest
Mr Shaw is the man who fought
the presentation of the Jeffries
Johnson prize fight by moving
pictures in the United States
and who succeeded in getting a
great majority of the governors
to prohibit them
Fifty speakers make up the
program consisting of the Na
tional Superintendents of Young
Peoples work in all denomina
tions men of political promi
nence etc
Any one desiring information
in regard to this convention can
obtain same by writing Ray G-
Fletcher 361 Fraternity Bldg
Lincoln Neb
on th eveninc of the 12th with
tenderly assisted us during the ill
nes and after the death of our
dear son and brother John
Mr and Mrs James M Brady
and family
Getting in Form
Colonel Suttons band boys are
Seed Wheat For Sale
No 2 Red Turkey wheat to
sale Undike Grain Co Phono
TO HENT Unfurnished rooms
tage at 906 W 2nd st
at Tribune office 9tf
Marshall Trammell a Victim Af
ter Brief Illness
Marshall Trammell saiccumbed
Saturday morning about four
oclock to an attack of typhoid
fever of but a few days duration
Services were conducted at the
home at 806 East 3rd street Sun
day afternoon at three oclock
by Alfric J R Goldsmith rector
of St Albans Episcopal church
with music by a quartette compos
ed of Mrs P F McKenna Mrs
F L Wolff F M Kimmeli and
F M Colfer Interment followed
in Calvary cemetery of St Pat
ricks church
There were a number of lovely
floral offerings designs etc
from orders clubs and individu
alsthe B of L E Old Com
rades the Research Club
Mart Trammell at the time
of his death was night round
house foreman but for several
years served the company as an
engineer He was widely known
among railroad men and was one
of the popular men of the Mc
Cook division for his big heart
ed jovial social ways
A large attendance of railroad
men at his funeral attested his
popularity among them while
many others outside railroad cir
Civil Service Examination
The U S Civil Sen ice commis
sion announces a competitive ex
amination to be held Sautrday
October 28 1911 for the position
of clerk male or female and
carrier for service in the Mc-
practicing weekly now and tho t Cook postoffice
the band is not as large as on this examination
Applications fo
must be made
some other occasions they are a on the prescribed form which
ready coming into fine form and j with necessary instructions may
give promise of their best efforts hs obtained from the
sions local represenattnv E J
Fine Rain Sunday Brady at the post office
The rain of Sunday afternoon
and night amounted according t Marriage Licenses
a local guage to 95 of an inch j Ray Springer 22 of Danbury
One o f the best rains of the year and Jessie Iloleomb 19 of n
and those having in small grain dianola Married br James E
are feeling very jubilant Ryan of Indianola justie of tho
i pace
Will Not Be Here
Lidy Isabells Daughter
hooked fcr the Temple theatre
ifor Wednesday evening October
Dont be skinny and chilly this 18th has failed the local manage
fall Rexall Emulsion of Cod Lb ment and will net ba here
er Oil a palatable prescription
will fatten you so that tho cliill i We have some good bargains in
will not penetrate wall paper
L W MeCONNELL Druggist
A fine eight pound daughter
was born to Mrs Dora Stewart
Classified Advertisements
Good land to rent for wheat
Mrs S E Christian phone ash
small house 16x32 barn Fenc
ed and cross fenced Well with
fine water Price is right Terms
A McMlLLEX Druggist
McMillens Cream Lotion
Tho best for chapped hands
this morning Mother and baby fiU ips or roughness of the
doing nicely iskin 25c
A McMlLLEX Druggist
McConnell for drugs
Everything in drugs
Try a Tribune want ad and
acre ranch joining McCook New watch results
tions of Alex Mehaffey and a Mr and Mrs Barney llofer with eles indicated their deep
numoer or his compatriots as- a full
Thei Episcopal guild ladies will
S2rve a waffle supper election
Jday November 7th
35 good steam heated rooms
808 3D 2d street J M Henderson for rent by day week or month
tit Cnrrmiprmnl lintel which has
six room cot- i
l x -
Inquire uueY
ing room is also open now m con-
nection and Ave are serving the
FOR SALE Harness and sin best meals in the cityvvvvWe invite
gle buggy Incpiire of O N you -to give us a trialWV
Rector Phone red 349
Have a Feed and Post Prandials
at the Palmer
Last Thursday evening the
members of McCook s old fire de
partment met about the board at
the Palmer hotel and indulged in
a parting farewell banquet among
themselves with ex Mayor Joe
Stephens and ex Mayor Ed Hub
cfr and a few others as special
guests of honor
The spread at the Palmer
was one of Joes best and was
not without appeal to the boys
where it would do the most good
After the banquet Earl O Valine
assumed the role of toast master
and there were several responses
the ex mayors and others among
them and by members of the old
After the banquet the boys
headed by the ex mavors march
ed to the city hall and thence to
the Pastime where they enjoyed
the courtesy of the proprietor TV
II Harmon which concluded an
enjoyable evening and the infor
mal disbandment of the old de
partment which recently offered
the resignation of its members
upon the reduction of tthe rate
per horn- for services by the city
Straiffhten Un
club attendance The thy for the bereaved wife and j If any of your children show a
serted themselves and donning odds won the points of the the littl eson by their presence
the aprons ot the lady waiters evening Miss Lute McCullum of
they quite took away the ladies TV unta sister of the hostess No Fees at Church Doors
breath It may be added Was a guest and gave several St Louis Mo Oct 13 The
er that afterwards the boys greatly appreciated recitations practice of asking a contribution
washed the dishes after part of the evening at the door of almost all Roman
Adjourning to the auditorium Catholic churches or of charging
a few remarks by II E Satisfactory Sale a fee for a seat in the church is
son several recitations by Miss i y xianlvlin of the Citizens ordered discontinued in a circula
Stella Faus and music by tioni jjank jias disposed of the letter addressed to all archbish
ers orchestra concluded an even 1 yyQ known Scott Bennett ranch ps and bishops of the church in
ing -happy mem jup in Frontier county at a tlw United States that Monsignor
ories factory price There are 1440 De Falconi apostalic delegate at
The Ladies Aid is to be con- acres jn rtjie ranei Some big Washington has sent out It is
gratulated and felicitated upondeas are oecasionaiy being pun praised in the most sweeping of
ed off in real estate serins ana condemns present any
standing these quiet financial practices in the strongest manner
times Monsignor Falconi speaks of the
practices as bringing scandal to
Card of Thanks both Catholics and
TVc wish to express our thanks Its-
and heart felt appreciation to our The circular warns that any
kind neighbors friends and the clergyman who disobeys the or-
Kniffhst of Columbus who so der will be condignly punished
Fred Stevens and family visit
ed Mrs Stevens mother Mrs M
Jones Saturday
Mrs Charles D Ritchie enter
tained the bridge whist club on
Friday afternoon
Mrs L M Copeland was the
guest of her daughter Mrs J G
Sehobel end of week
Mrs C Sehindler of McCook is
visiting her son Carl Sehindler
Culbertson Banner
Editor Corrick of the Culbert
son Banner was among our out
of town guests Friday
Mrs E E Thompson of Indian
ola was the guest of her friend
Mrs D P Clouse Saturday
Art Pantenburg spent part of
the week seeing the great elctrie
exhibition in Denver this week
Miss Allie J Peck spent Fri
day in Palisade looking after her
millinery interests in that place
Mrs D L MeBride left for Lib
orty Neb on Friday night to at
tend the funeral of a grandchild
Miss Mabel Amsdens class of
the Baptist Bible scIioqI spent
Saturday at her home dn the
TV II Ferguson was up from
Lincoln close of week looking af
ter liis extensive real estate in
terests in this vicinity
Fred MeBride of Sterling Colo
spent a few hours between trains
Saturday with the home folks D
L MeBride and family
Mr and Mrs A C Marsh will
tendency to become stooped shoul have tomorrow for Kenton Ohio
clered check it at once with a J thir old home on a visit to rel
pair of our perfectly adjusted ativs and friends of some length
shoulder braces We have the
Rexall brace and know the one
that will best fit vour case Price
L W MeCONNELL Druggist
On the Job Here
While the dailies list Charles
Skalla eoumy clerk as being
among those o attend the pro
gressive meeting in Chicago the
fact is that Skalla is on the job
up in the county clerics office
and not in Chicago
Bryan at Cambridge
William J Bryan spoke last
Thursday at Cambridge Many
from McCook attended going per
train and autos His speech is
declared a superb product by his
Can Pay at the Store
Parties owing the Updike Co
may pay their bills at Jones
Cos confectionery and news
stand on lower Main avenue
Phone 13 or 169
S S GARVEY Manager
If You Have
houses to rent list them with
TVhittaker Gray They have
several applications on file now
for houses Phone black 283 Of
fice in Temple block
Water Tax Due
Water tax for third quarter of
1911 is due and payable at the
office of water commissioner
in the basement of th city li
The Only Union Made
overalls in the city are the Car
hart Iluber is the exclusive agent
Also jackets and caps The phone
is 97
Clinical Thermometers once used
by doctors only but fast becom
ing recognized necessities for ev
eiy household especially where
there are children A good clin
ical tharmometer enables you to
forestall disease by indicatig a
marked change in the bodily tem
perature Ours are the kind you
can depend upon although the
prices are very low for such good
ones Price 75c up
L W MeCONNELL Druggist
The acreage of small grain
planted it is stated now exceeds
that of last year which was
claimed to be an unusually large
Plenty of Saturday candy now
on hand so dont forget our Sat
urday candy Oct 21 40e candy
for only 29c
MeCONNELL Druggist
Kodaks and kodak supplies
MeCONNELL Druggist
Fresh fruits at Magner s
Frank Wells formerly Avith
Drebeit but now traveling for
the Ralston shoe people was a
Saturday Sunday visitor in the
Commissioner W N Rogers en
tertained recently at Shadeland
an old Illinois friend E TV Mc
Neal now of Tumwater Washing
Mrs Robert Jolinston anel fam
ily of Valley Grange precinct re
turned home Saturday on No 13
from visiting her sister in Red
Wm Debener of MeCcok was
in Culbertson this week He is
making the survye for the new
ditch on the south side Culbert
son Banner
Frnk Humphries on his way
to Portland Oregon was a brief
guljst of former McCook people
Mr and Mrs J G Sehleich in
Pocatello Idaho
Miss June Waekham of the Mc
Cook Electric Co office returned
Saturday morning from visiting
a few elays at her home in Arap
ahoe where she has been reeuper
ating from a brief illness
J A Clouse and Mrs G TV
Billings of Danbury visited their
brother D P Clouse and family
Saturday Mrs Billings departed
on 3 same night for Boulder Col
orado on an indefinite visit
Dr Z L Kay received a tele
gram Friday night from Pon
tine Illinois announcing the
doah cf his brother in that city
his heme The doctor left at once
for Illinois to attend the funeral
Rev L E Lewis of the Metho
dist church was taken ill and un
able to occupy his pulpit Sunday
Rev Cann filled the morning pul
pit anel there was no service at
night on account of the rainstonr
Mrs Thomas Tucker arrived in
the city last Friday and will visr
it for som time in her olel home
making her headquarters with
Mrs TV E McDivitt Mrs Tucker
has ben visiting in Lincoln anel
other points east anel is on her
way home to Spokane Wash
Ed Hall in the early days in
the hardware business here in the
firm cf Hall Cochran spent a
few hours in the city Monday on
business He is connected with
the collection department of the
International Harvester Co hav
ing charge of the Nebraska Iowa
and South Dakota territory with
headquarters at Council Bluffs
Miss Lute MeCallum came
down from Wauneta Thursday
afternoon and briefly visited her
sister Mrs Barney Hofer She
left for Denver Friday morning
to enter school for a post gradu
ate course She was graduateel
from a school of expression in
that city last spring and goes
now to take the teachers course
in the same school expecting to
enter that work herself upon its
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