The McCook tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 1886-1936, May 09, 1912, Thursday Evening Edition, Image 1

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THIRTIETH YEAR
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If the chance of investing
a few hundred dollars with
the certainty of realizing a
handsome profit were to be
offered to you today would
you be in a position to ac
cept it
At the rate you are saving your
money now will you ever be able
to accept the offer If not had
nt you better realize that NOW
is the time to make a start toward
accumulating something We
are pleased to offer you our facil
ities toward that end
THE
McCOGK NATIONAL
BANK
P Walsh President
C F Lehx V Pres
C J OBrien Cash
DIRECTORS
M Loughran P F McKenna
JUNIOR NORMAL NOTES
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Parents who have children between
5 and 7 years old that they weull
like to have attend school and take
preparatory or beginning work during
the time normal is in session should
ronort to Sunt Davis The Junior j
Xormal is in session from June C
to July 2C The woik will be con
ducted by our iliss Rector The
work done will be the same as is
done in the first nine weeks of thr
regular year
Those who have rooms to rert
furnished or unfurnished or who c
board students please report same to
superintendents effice
Are Making Repairs
The McCcok Milling Co have had
their mill shut down for a few days
while the mill is undergoing repair
on machinery The nicil will how
ever reopen morning next
making regular brands of flour and
wil -run Tegularly and steadily until
new -wheat is in the market at whicl
time they will again shut down for
extensive repairs At the comple
tion of these more extensive repa s
the mill will resume grinding and
will place on the market steadily
their well known brands expecting
to push their product with vim and
energy
A gold head umbrella with the in
itials on the handle makes a nice
graduation present for the girl
H P SUTTOX CO
Jewelers and Opticians
For Sale
Residence property at CO i 3d
street west at a bargain Lawn
21 fruit trees newly painted
built 2 vears Phone black 211
A McMillan Prescription Drug
gist
Your dealer sells RIGGS Pure
Food Cigars
Buv garden field and flower
seeds from H P Waite Co
RIGGS Cigars are not spit
on while being made Ask your
dealer He knows
Classified Advertisements
FOR RENT Frimished rooms
401 E 2nd street 25 4ts
FOR SALE Horse harness
and wagon Call Polk Bros 118
West B t Phone 48
FOR SALE Rhode Island
Red and White Wyandotte eggs
50e a setting Mrs W N Rog
ers R F D No 1 T 2ts
WANTED TO BUT 1200 oi
lfJOO lb work horse Gentle and
not afraid of autos or train Mc
Copk Bottling
Houses for rent by J EEjel
ley phone 6 3 rooin furnished
cottage close in lawn and shade
12 sr
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EGGS FOR HATCHING Barred
Plymouth Rock 4c egg 275 a 100
Extra fine eggs Mrs A O Rogers
route 1 MoCook Write
Will Start May 23th
Arrangements are now being com
pleted for the McCook Automobile
Trade Extension excursion to be
run May 2Sth and 29th A large par
ty of McCcoks business men will be
in this excursion which wilL cover
two da3 s and reach considerable ter
ritory about us in the hope of ad
vertising our commerce and trade
and attracting people here to make
their purchases especially such trade
as cannot be filled at their home
towns This will be McCooks fiirst
effort in this line but it is hoped
that results will warrant other trips
and that cur trade relations will im
prove under this method of advertis
ing and becoming acquainted with tin
people surrounding us
The plan is to take the McCook
band with the party a feature which
will be keenly enjoyed and appreci
ated by everybody
The itinerary takes the party from
MqCook to Imperial Tuesday May
28th remaining at Imperial over
night Driving over to Benkelman
Wednesday morning and arriving at
home on the evening of that day
the 29th
If present plans are at all fully
realized the trade excursion will
comprehend the liveliest bunch of
boosters for a Larger McCook that
has hit the road in several moons
There are enough of the dauntless
brand of business men in McCook to
make things move regardless of the
drones on the brakes
School for Instruction
Grand Custodian French will he in
MoCcok Iay 21 and 22 to hold a
scihocl for special instruction to
which it i s expected that officers
from neighboring lodges will come
to prepare themselves to meet the
requirements of action taken at the
last grand ledge session
Like It Immensely
A card from 3Iax ilai3 states that
they have located at Reedley Calif
That the prospects are fiiae for a
crop people are prosperous and that
they like the country immensely
Ladies Jacket Suits 667
all wool and silk lined Our phe
nomenal 1000 suits reduced ono
third iO GC7 One third off all our
ladies jacket suits The Thompson
D G Co Utmost service
Bellamy Greenlee
Mr Charles A Bellamy and Mies
Lillian Greenlee of Cambridge were
married at the Baptist parsonage on
Tuesday evening Rev D L McrBide
officiating
Oases All Working
The cases against the liquor dealers
fell down Tuesday by default and
toward evening all the saloons had
received their licenses and were in
active operation
A New Roof
1 A new reef as being put on the
Palmer hotel building this week re
placing the tar paper one
New Peplum Waists
in several styles cf voile and all over
embroidery at The Thompson D G
Cos Utmost value
Everything in drugs McConnsll
Latest designs in La Valliere neck
chains lockets and pendant neck
chains at Suttons
There will be an initiation at
the meeting cf the O E S Friday
evening of this week
We have a ood assortment
left
of our special price wall paper
A McMILLEN Druggist
VISIT RIGGS SANITARY CIGAR
SHOP when in Hastings then you
w21 know why RIGGS cigars sell
We have a nice assortment of
commencement gift books and novel
ties
A McMILLEN Druggist
Saturday May 11th Third Annual
Spring -Opening at ou r Soda Fountain
From 8 to 11 p m
THE BON TON
Bar pins1 in all styles and sizes
plain and set with stones
H P SUTTON CO
Jewelers and Opticians
A fine lot of wash dresses of va
rious materials all colors moderate
ly priced Now on display at
DeGROFFS
Thursday Evening Edition
McCOOK RED WILLOW COUNTY NEBRASKA THURSDAY EVENING MAY 9 1912
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Commencement Program l
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The commencement exercises of th
McCook high school will be held in
the Temple theatre Friday evening
May 17 beginning at 830 oclock
Program
The class program is
Selection High School Orchestra
Salutatory Cecil R McMillen
Address Dr George E Condra
Vocal Solo MLss Minnie Viersen
Valedictory Haroil J Schwab
Presentation of Class Supt W T
Davis
Presentation of Diplomas II E
Culbertson
Benediction Rev L E Lewis v
Selection High Sohcol Orchestra
Graduates
Frederick C Amsden President
Maurice D Benjamin Vice Presi
dent
Theresa Gatewood Secretary
Katheryn Griffin Treasurer
Motto Aut viamfaciam aut veniam
Flower Ameri an Beauty Rose
Colors Scarlet and black
Frederick C Amsden
Maurice D Benjamin
Marvel Browne
Yule W Borwart
W Carroll Eldred
Theresa Gatewccd
Clarence Lee Gray
Katheryn E Griffin
Susie M McBride
Ada Heskett
Cecil R McMillen
Gladys Rieklum
Carl J Schmidt
Harold J Schwab
Faculty
W T Davis Superintendent
Sarah A Ryan Principal
Claire C Thursby Latin
Esther Bailey Mathematics
Fred V Archer Science
Lena M Williams English
Board of Education
E H Doan President
A Barnett Vice President
E D Perkins Secretary
H E Culbertson
L Suess
Thomas Mocre
Class Play Esmeralda
Thursday evening May 16th 830
oclock Temple theatre
Cast
Mr Elbert Rogers a North Car
olina farmer Maurice Benjamin
Mrs Lydia Ann Rogers his wife
Marvel Browne
Miss Esmeralda Rogers his daugh
ter Theresa Gatewcod
Dave Hardy a young North Caro
linian Lee Gray
Mr Estabrcok a man of leisure
Carl Schmidt
Jack Desmond American artist in
Paris Fred Amsden
Miss Nora Desmond his sister
Katheryn Griffin
Miss Kato Desmond his sister
Gladys Picklum
Miss Helen Desmond his sister
Ada Heskett
Marquis De Montessin a French
adventurer Yule Dorwart
George Drew cm American specula
or Carroll Eldred
Sophie a maid Susie McBride-
Graduation Presents
Of all the gifts appropriate at graduation nothing is more
suitable than jewelry because it is ornamental and lasting
something that will remind the graduate of the giver long af
ter the have parted company
SUQGESTIONS For the Girl
RING Set or Signet LOCKET AND CHAIN PENDANT
FESTOON NECKLACE SHIRT WAIST SET B 00CH
WATCH BRACELET SOUVENIR SPOON ETC t
SUQQESTIONS For the Boy j
RING CUFF LINKS FOB WATCH SCARF PIN TIE
CLASP FOUNTAIN PEN ETC f
If you have the time to look over our many suitable
have the time to show them
P SUTTON CO
JEWELERS AND OPTICiANS
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SPECIAL NOTICE
Use
VICTOR FLOUR
Best by test For sale only at
MARSHS FEED STORE
PHONE 25
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The Temple theatre- managememem ac ve go Lo p erc arc ty
ing to close with the Russian Symphony Qrchectra 40 pieces now
in Denver for a sacred concert in the Temple Iheatic on Sunday
night If successful this will b the greatest musical orgarizatior
yet cecurad for this city LATER CONTRACT CLOSED
For Real Estate Loans
Large or Small
Call on C FLehn
Call for RIGGS SANITARY
CIGARS All dealers of course
Buy garden field and flower
seeds from II P Waite Co
Ribbons for any typewriters
all the colors different widths
F M Kianmell
Dont fail to get prices on our
wall papers It will pay yon
A McULLEN Draggist
When in Hastings visit RIGGS
SANITARY CIGAR SHOP See
how good clean healthy cigars
are made Yon are always wel
come
Read The Tribune for the news
Use McMillens Cream Lotion for
sun burn and rough skin
Greatly reduced prices o fcrimsnet
hats at DeGROFF3
Buy your wall paper cf
McCOXXELL Druggirt
We are selling wall paper at re
duced prirec for a shcrt time
A McMILLEX Druggict
Henry the baby son cf Mr and
Mrs Con Walter died this mornng
ZWift Will Vrt llrieil rTY - Tim
baby was born August 2nd 1911
The Lehn store buildJr on tho
half lot souht of DeGrcff has bcin
purchased by H P Waite M S
Jennninge is occupying same as a
plumbing establishment
For ouUiide painting now is your
best time By using Lincoln Climatic
mixed paint you will have a paint
that will do good service Made
for this particular climate
A McMILLEN Druggist
Automobile parties are becoming
more common and wall doubtless be
multiplied many times over as the
warm weather comes on Big tour-
i iag cars wdll not be uncommon this
summer passing to and fro in our
city as the merits of the Omaha-Denver
Trans Continental Road become
better advertised and known
Read This Price List
Best table oil cloth 15c
Best
prints oc Best check apron ginghami
Cc Mosquito Netting 5c yd Peer
less carpet warp 26c lb Leather
wear 36 inch taffeta silk S9c Good
yard wide muslin 5c Feather pillows
65c to 125 White quilts 79c to
1350 Mens and boys stout blue ov
eralls 44c to 100 Boys khaki over
alls 19c Boys Indian suits 3 pes
65c Childrens rompers 25c to 50c
Black satine bloomers 35c 50 crepe
paper napkins for 10c Boys suits
175 to 750 Stetson hats 369
Ladies house dresses S5c to 135
Mens balb union suits 75c to 150
Ladies gauze underwear 10c to 125
Cotton blankets 45c a pair Painters
white overalls 44c Am A 2 bu 16
oz seamless grain bags 22c We are
the only dealers who publish a price
list for your information We solicit
your trade The Thompson D G
Co Utmost value for cash only
Commenced on Wells
After thoroly testing out the soil
in that neihgbcrhcod the work of
slinking the regular wells has been
started They will be located about
500 feet south of the Burlington wells
Mr Meeker and Mr Gray think they
have founnd a fine water producing
stratum of sand Perhaps 9 wells
in all will be sunk Twelve inch pipe
will be used the same to be sunl
betwecn 20 and 25 feet with the
lower 10 feet perforated These wells
will all be connected up and an oil
engine attached to them this engine
will draw the water from these pipes
and pump same into the big wells
from which the supply for the city
will be pumped by the regular pumr
in the power house It Is consid
ered that these new wells will scTvc
the question of water supply for
some time to come
BE A HAPPY KODAKER
Theres something about kodaks that
seems to gladden the heart What
pleasanter pastime can one have than
seeking natures beauty spots If
you would lik to join the ranks of
the kodakers come and let us show
you our superb stock of
KODAKS
These kodaks are wonderfully easy
to operate and even the lowest
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ESMERALDA
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THEATRE
THURSDAY MAY 16th
15c
25c
35c
Represented McCook
Mayor D F Hostetter and W B
Mills represented McCcok in state
mseting of Commercial clubs in Hast
lings Tuesday and Wednesday 117
delegates were present It was a
businesslike profitable session On
Wednesday evening the business
men of Hastings gave the delegates
a banquet Mayor Miles was toast
master State President Wilson of
the association Governor Aldrich
Prof Condra and ethers were on the
toast Est
Geat Ball Game
The high school boys tried conclu
sions with the Wray city and high
sohcol combination at Wray Wed
nesday afternoon Altho they return
ed home with the small end cf the
scare th3y came with the satisfac
tion cf having given a splenfrd ac
count cf themselves The ice e ac
4 to o -The patching of Fred Ams
den for McCcok is said to have been
especially effective woth 15 strike
outs to his credit and narry a pass
Souvenir Spoonr
With Irh schcel buZding engrav
ed ones take perfect pictures We ed in the bcwl plain and fancy han
have cverjtliirg in kodak supplies die also with monogram M H S
at lowest prices and guarantee fresh en handle 1 to 250
goods at all time
L W McCOXXELL Drugget
Much Curbing
The McCcok Cement Co is having
a fano run en curbing contracts this
spring Many hundreds cf feet of
curbing have already been put down
and the work is just opening up nice
ly It locks like it would be a
year fcr curbing which
means beautifying of the city with
many more handsome grass plats in
front of scores of homes
The Checker Wizzard
Mr Banks the checker wizzard
parsed thru McCcok Tuesday night
on 10 from his western trip on his
way to Hcldrege where he holds a
brief tournament this week
MeCcnneH fcr drugs
Attractive and popular gift boDlrc
for commencement
A McMILLEX Bruggirt
It will pay you to get cur special
prices on wall paper before buyin
A McMILLEX Druggitt
KememlKM The Tribunes phom
s 1H We will appreciate an item
aiv time
Every cne who attends cur Spring
Opening Saturday May 11th will re
ceive a souvenir
Prom S to 11 p m
THE BON TOX
We are malting very special
prices for the next ten days on
our better grade pattercs of wall
paper
A McMILLEN Druggist
Party taking umbrella from Cty
restaurant Saturday April 27th will
pleasis call at 402 E 3rd st and gei
their ownn Umbrella had geld hea
with name Chloe
There can be no better gift for
the graduate than a book especially
if it is an artistically bound volume
of standard poetry or prose Come
in and look at our assortment and
perhaps some title will suggest to
iyou just the thing you are looking
for
McCONNELL Druggist
H P SUTTOX CO
To Correspondents
The Tribune being regularly
printed on Mondays and Thurs
days would be pleased to have
items mailed for both issuesby
our regular correspondents over
the county Items from any
source wall be appreciated
Eggs for Hatching
Finest stock in this part of
sttite Barred Plymouth Rock
Bradley and Ringlet strains 4c
each 250 per 100 Phone asli
1351 Rural No 3 and 4
MRS J W BURTLESS
Insist en RIGGS SANITARY
CIGARS All dealers
Might as well have a clean ci
gar from RIGGS SANITARY
snop
Buy garden field and flower
seeds from II P Waite Co
RIGGS SANITARY CIGARS
ARE MADE CLEAN of the fin
est leaf the soil produces
other
Day
Sunday lay 12
Wear a flower for
Mothers Sake
A Bright Flower for
Mothers Living
A White Flower in
Mothers Memory
On Sale at
HARTS CIGAR STORE
PHONE 214