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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 21 September 1888

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Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 21 September 1888

Br * - 4 - " _ _ HI _ * - PB _ _ _ UB _ rsfl * * J * * i w < * wwi iii i _ _ _ _ _ _ _ , . * - * * . _ . - . _ _ = py _ } _ _ _ : The Only Store | B OF ITS KIISD I IN THE WEST. THE only place where you can find what you want in our line. H H rpHE only place that sells goods on their merit. 13 WE make our own prices. We sell at a profit. WE have bargains in surplus stock. We guaran- b- tee every article as represented. WE are establishing a trade for the hereafter , not only for to-day and to-morrow , but for years to : I come , by conducting our business in a straight , legiti- 1 mate manner , giving full value , dollar for dollar , and | | backing up just what we say. If ' \X/E have one of Dr. King's celebrated Optometer's Jjl V V and can fit your eyes with spectacles correctly. | | "XKT ® cuarSe nothing for piercing ears with a new | | " painless process , its very funny ; makes any JJ one laugh. | | Vt7E ] are having a big sale on Gold Watches , which m\ \ V we sell same price...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 28 September 1888

H | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | BIm K K K K K K K K K K K b iK + . - -t - Jt * f &A : H I H If S _ I- I'A ! L' VOLUME VIL McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY EVENING , SEPTEMBER 28 1888. NUMBER 18. F riwrminw m 11 1 1 1 i I i M M mm i wnujrmeMKmm * * rMmAwjuiw iim iijmmm ii"L"jagEiaggLyHtil ! ! ! I" " " I ' ! - gjl ggggMgL1 j"gj ! ! j'j J W * * ! 1 wSaajiTMMi' i7nriranii5i nnrm winiramm -i < r , , , m i n i , tmt ! Um , „ mi , gWiM H 11 ii ii ii mwii m , mu * wa i mi w ! 11 i n i an iimtwi I Great Guns ! tt ? . . r As the shooting season is now : it hand , we desire to wall the attention of .sportsmen to the fact that we have just opened up the largest and most com | plete line of , SHOT CIS ifl AMMUNITION , Ever Brought to this County. , * > . a " v - „ : - ' * # • * -e . * . . . . . . * • ' ' ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 28 September 1888

ir II If THEX'COOKmBUNR E § Mccook ; s . . H ABOUT NEBBASKA. HI • jt fwJc * s * m k ItK Ose o tb Oht interesting sights to 1TC ke sa at tke state fair , says the Lm IB • o1 * JoHn I „ -sw the reeling of silk IB " Nebcaak * raised cocooas. The ex- IB -3 > itas saade by Mr. A. Thiessen , ol IB Jsases , Jeieisoa eounty , . Neb. The co- I w oozu before the reeling commences , | t are placed in. weak lye , which is brought I jg ahaosito . bofllH c point After they I m stand In this water a few momenta , the I H operator takes . small whisk broom and I P whip * them a few fames , whenx the I p thread * adhere to the broom and are 9b pattered iu hand ready for the reeling. I 3 They are then lifted to a pan filled with I „ w wal r a&dvr the reeL and eight of these rJ i hale threads are started together as one I i f straod of silk. The reasoa the cocoons ] are treated to this bath , is that the co- J * cooh is held together by a natural gum , t J wla k tk > s softens. The eight sma...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 28 September 1888

| BflflJB B BBBflBPP BW B B W BBj * -w * 1 ' SKSTeuS QUARAHTIME IEiN ENF&SCEfc. YflUrtvtVeer Appear * at , Taelioi > vlUe , Veea- • mr , n > l Ulhrr SuuUmrn I'ultits. ; 3Cmt l ji ( Tenn. ) dispatch : Tho city fcatlioritws have concluded to stop all . \ pas0JUC r travel into Memphis from , the • est wdw of the Mississippi river and a , strict non-intercourse passenger quaran- ; , "tine will go into effect at noon to-mor- I -row. Special telegrams from Greneda , Corinth and other Mississippi towns re port bhotgun quarantines hiving been • established againHt Decatur , Ala. , Jack- ton , Miss. , and other infected points. ' The excitement which prevailed here to-day over the intelligence of the out break of the fever at Jackson , Miss. , has I -calmed in a measure since the city an- j thoritica this afternoon resolved to stop & the passenger travel on the railroads east | j -of the Mississippi river. The pressure I j was so great from the people for non- I , intercourse t...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 28 September 1888

f ! II H * * * 1& K T sr v _ _ _ _ . " " flU & ( I " ' - I- HI * By F. M. KIM&CELL. K Official Qtj and County Paper. Hi republican ticket fl' NATIONAL. B For ITraMent. m BENJAMIN harki < < ; . H of Indiana. B For Vice-President. LEVI p. xgkion. ot 2Se r York. H CONGRESSIONAL. or3eml cr or Congress , B JAMES LalBlr , " " H STATE. Bfl • ' ' For Governor. I * JOHN M-TH YEU. BB * For Lieutenant Goternor. . CKUKCE I > . MEIKLKJOHN. H For Secretary of State , fl GILiiEUT L LAWS. BB For Srie ; Treaaurer. J. B. HILL. BB Fur Attorney General. WILLIAM LEESE. BB For S * ii - A Hilltnr. ft THOMAS II. BENTON. BB r5uperi ie 5ent f l'ut > ! ie Inatruction. BB OE ! > ii ; U. LANE. CeaciMwer PmWCc I-an.ls and Buddings , JOHN STEEN. SENATORIAL. I Fttr > Seaator.:3H * Senatorial District. J. P. LINDSAY. COUNTY. BBy S Fer Reprwentatlri * . BK | jgcjtxn a. wilcox. BBe J Fer County Attorney. BBtf & - * * • NAVELV. Se " * * " CoojmfeaioiMfr. 2nd District. BJBJ C. X ULACKU...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 28 September 1888

mm MMMBr * 9 8SIH9III Hfl HlliHflHHHIHB BflHJ9Hfll H FRIDAY EVENING. SEPT. 23. 1888. B Stationery. School Supplied. ' SCHOOL BOOKS I * THE TRIBUNE OFFICE ) > ir PUBLISHERS' PRICES. m , Manic Books. Legal Blanks. Hi At McCraekcns you will find a fresh M lot of strings for the following instru- H inents : H VlOLIN , B Banzo , H Guitar , H Cello , H Double Bass. H Iteuieuiber Noble fur groceries. H Sweet cider at the City Bakery. H Noble for superb hanging lumps. H Fresh candies nt the City Bakery. H School books at cost at TlIE TltlBUNE H office. 7 g Dr. Hall's effice , over First Na- H tional bank. B' 55"FrPsh sausage at the B. & . M. H 31 eat Market. H Try MeMilleit ' s • • Ketch 'Eui and Keep 'Em" fly paper. B Best quality of Hard and Soft coal sold by IIOWAUD LUMBER Co. - . Fresh and smoked meats of all kinds - ' * at the B. & 31. Meat Market. mT A consignment of nice fresh oysters H just received at the City Bakery. H Everything fresh and clean in the H tvay of groceri...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 28 September 1888

j I WSiCLESAM'S XOXEY BAUS. K S * 2 > y Ktraupfwaro Not Alloncd to Insprct Tht > ra m m Hisappolntwetit Would Kcsult. Kll * Y ° U mu8t oxcuso mc > madam. I WaMaa oiTj to disoblige you. Bub it is refaai Imperativo order that no one Bliall Ml Hfcrie vaults. You would not be 9nfi permitted to go around alone , and al "twe ca * . spare no one to act as an es- fmwisyrtC" fljB This was the firm but polite reply IB * ftbeU.S. Sub-Treasury to a lady fl3rcm fhs country who had applied fl trfcr permission to inspect the gold fl * n& silver in the vaults. She had , in $ t - einpany with a gentleman , asked W& * Capfc. Thomas Sampson , tho special Wm detective in charge of the Pino street | S - - oor , for tta same privilege. He had aB while giving her no encouragement , | B nelerred tho two strangers to the IRS cashier. A look of disappointment 1 I yB passed over the lady's face as the au- Ifflswer was received. If Jn "You would be surprised , "said tie I ffi ashlcr to a repor...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 28 September 1888

s s s H- * HH" H"n i i m mmjMttlmmtmnui\ \ in i hthi iiii H1 riVECMKArKAMVRSTEXCUKSIONS B K re ( lMnri > t View tb Wttatfcrftil B- < * rwf > r ( It * W * t , SuHitwest H jb * s i. Nvrlbwnl. H Tk * tnufe a-bundunt nrre known. Come H fend • > - far > onr ir. Th Gn-iit Ilock I I- H > * od iluuto off mm you the Inducement * of B I'iwtst. rate * , and a. delightful Journey in iU BB UBrivulcd Judaea cunt. BM D&tes ol rscun > ion : Laura Chicago BS September 11 tsnii25 , and October 1 * mil BV , -3 ( lfc88) . for Kttiioaus , Xehruhka , North- Ba | . ws t ra lomt , Mlnnenotii , and Dukota. Bl * - K-tt One fare fur tbo round trip. Bm < Ticket * firnt-cioNS and good 30 days for BV' return t , Miit > .agf > . Improve thiw opportune Bl ty. Yoti ntuy never have another in a nea- Bb bun no bountdul. Be sure your tickets Bm' * read via the Great liock Iiei'ind Route , Bb ' which bus IU own line * to principal points B > la aM throaiart . Bb For rate * and full ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 28 September 1888

I The Only Store 51. v IB OP ITS KIXI > I IN THE WEST. H THE © sly plaee where you can find what you want _ , Is or Kh& . npiiE oaly g > I&ee that sails gooos on their merit. 11/JS saake oar own pricus. We sell at a profit. 1 jfejB Itasce IwLEgaint ? in surplus stock. We guaran- * * iw @ * ery aerti Its represented. \A/H aa ? * * vwteibfiiefejimfr a trade for tin * h r af tet % not * H ! y Jbr to-iiay rt ml to-iB rrow , but for van's to * | • % , b-y & > M > i iri i © ttr U tiess in a straight , legiti- jmsfe HBaflSKM r slYiii Jfwlil value , dollar for dollar , and : | fcaffikaag c # > jmi wmlX we say. • : "tKTB liaTe onef Dr.KiaTs celebrated Optometer's I " a.n < l au lit your even with spectacles correctly. jfi \ Ai2 chaise ® thiliig : for piercing ; ears with a new Bbl * * psimleis pnawses * , its very funny : makes any H \ I one laugh. WB a > r * ktirlitg ; a foigr sute on ( © ld Watclies , which _ _ . we sK same pries as server i * HK i W It w3t...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 28 September 1888

SI f . • ' . M ® he' "JHc : d0k. ; : ' ' : Steibmte. ' Up-4 * ' v- • . . _ _ „ _ . _ . . . . _ , _ . - . _ _ . . . . _ _ _ . t _ _ , VtT * McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY EVENING , SEPTEMBER 2S 1888 : NUMBER 18. | | VOLUME . - - " • .r.1 , . . . , . .rlr - -u * m.l.r.m.- , , „ , . . _ . . , . . . . . . . . . , . . . . . . , - i , „ . . .1 mtg , , * | 1 McCOOK ! rR ; , THE QUEEN CITY OF THE REPUi W UCAHALLEY , K - And the Metrepelis of Southweste > * * Nebraska. AH IMPORTAMT DIVISION STATU § H THE MAIN LINE OF THE 1 Great B. & M. Railwa ; * WITH EXTENSIVE ROUND HOUt AND REPAIR SHOPS. 15 The Third Largest Water Works Sy. k tern in the State. m SOUS SLOCKS OF BRICK , WIT Jf PLATE GLASS FRONTS. tfX X The Finest Natural Location in Net 1 raska , with Scores of Elegant _ Homes , Good Schools , Hand- 5 same Churches and I WIDE-AWAKK PEOPLE. Busines Men and Business Interests | f , f A CITY uF 1MIKNOMINAL C.UOWTH. P N © station of the country , j > ei ft haps. Is Ut...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 28 September 1888

H vs roiifUtl lo much cm ] if for tlie } i r Js jr friiriKtsttJ in the pari H * * . \ ? * * hM > HJi * d lit tii" nau < m H • • < * . 4 s U quPid advance H . i.t 4 a toH th. * pest growth ol H I. . I Wh&du almost pbenominaJ H iii its eliH&H&er. The contain mrtK wrigiunlly the owners of t\u B ihI a half sections of land , or 1- X JO acres , Tshich includes over 500 acres that Lave been platted , and iia < 'li of vLicli is bow occupied will fl Ufcauess houses and dwelling * B Tbf \ have already expanded thou B jokIs © f dollars in public improve B , * * * * * . hclwbn < r h * te-r tanks , par * leu et r&Mar of which Has hat B . ftdnucy to enhance the value o. B jjroperty alxeadr disposed of , a. B well as that adjoining the iowneite I are st31 continuing thework of im I proveaeit The company hve un ixnimk-d ftdth in McCook's future a d wLOe they ere reaping a rt I ward in extensive sale of lots , the Ioffer the most dosirableopportuni I ties to allwho de...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 28 September 1888

L ft. H iroiit e tae niarcantoJe interests of B sfrttfibHasrtor * . Nebraska. They are K * mbim © & &ior # , 150 f * tt in Imgfe fcy 2S i * width , with cdlar , T all a Hii dk ipate ife fwWy uiiKztaL * flk * gfeck tumoieka at dry g ods. H yi wing. ( rfut > Miigr. frniMifg B * • gawfcw ftu r. p0ajfc4Me , etc. . nd H Mk iteyttaii it k Call unci cum- ftate ; wiall a M t Murtflfeiit class H # Cy ls. Lit ih * gtfwr > nn.l pro- H HfcftilH dwyMffotfr-frfc , mm * xtiitft\e H vHtkmg kmim-m m awudwartcd. u H wrtnw ttoai in • # * > ) in * * | or- B tea * * ftnNM Mwktk to miik. . The B IfeMWi is al m tk * OMJoyuttmt of H * tt * fe f nttaal trs fo , < ? xUtiding B AmtmAm a&ummi. Ta * eaeh sys- V Mmm is ft { jomohKh featare of the H m&HUIbtmfMt , mm I wren * body H teaww llbai mrajw kv prieuti. Mr. B AXiatt is # at * * f Wag spori * ii < : u , H aW wom t r rly for tfight years idlwwtitftfil wsiik tk * * dH4le tr de - B * f l&aa > twii > , W-iag connected w...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 28 September 1888

I * f RfiWt * iTufpirmnrkiiCwIJiciru I * hi \ e atoelunPuilh best and choie | | . uat solp < * hojii of fresh , and eurci f uKMits. : iuut . i > outry ! , saiisngc , hird * iwllexr. 4 tc. Tiiey nre nlso i xten rfve juu-Ws. and the anlfc ujk smoked iu < mts kept in su ck nro o : t ! * tr oh 11 prepjtmtfom and war mtttttl puw \vlmItsouu . Thei dt < { iiit * an \t < * uHivo wholosttfc lm-ino * * . fwtmc tent in im-ipas- it in i in port an ce from day to day In tin * future they i-xjwci to • nr dut * * * tttitti * * Miid hogs for shipment a frt that will I * hailed mhIi sat wrfnetioit l v tlu * fai uiwrs of Ihr hm . rotulii country , as it will afion vnHMp tiiioM that will le-utl to make • • . . Ur Hw ! * * < - * wtoek nioiv * • lmhc- tucy tiMMt itt ih < * patjt TinI I * . & M. Jlttrkicl ir pupuhir fft titiv.ill Um > Aid * * k public and tlu fwili. tifor business • cluing aiv mA oik * lttt NtfWiur to tho l > i > • * ' ni i e * * r lies if iMpti jwIibt ;...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 5 October 1888

I J i : t * " • • - * V * • * -I f * . - * * \ * 53 f VOLUMEAtHr . McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY EVENING , OCTOBER 5 , 1888. NUMBER 10. 1 ; * j i * ' * ' % ; t _ _ _ _ _ . _ _ _ . . _ _ _ _ 1 § 1 r r 7 * % , * * I K . -i. ' i t i I DRY COOPST ] ( ? , H , ROGERS GROCERIES. ! I > i f I I I r S The Howard Lumber Co. 1 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN ' Lumber & Coal , N- MeCOOK. NEBRASKA. - - = = = = = TTi Hi7 hi . It is a fact that you can save money on all kinds of Pro- . "i. i' duce , Flour , Feed , Baled Hay , Etc. , by trading with. ; C. G. Potter & Co. iI I THE CITIZENS BANK OF McCOOK ( INCORPORATED UNDER STATK LAWS. ) # * I Paid up Capital , - - $50,000.00. * = DOES a 1 f General Banking Business , | Collections made on all accessible points. Drafts drawn directly on the principal i cities of Europe. Taxes paid for Non-Residents. Money to loan on farming lands , Tillage and personal property. Fire insurance a specialty. i | . Tickets For Sale to and fr...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 5 October 1888

f > Throuph all tho silent roetnu , from fur away , 5 The llsht cHinw Holtly , sc Wm tor my love , % ' Through all tho silent roomn day after duy f .And goo * up horrowing to its homo ahove. * * * WitiKnd ! dumb look , with upoechlesH nuctj- uomng. St tdopu ho Hoftly through tlio open doors , Where nil day Jon ; ; tho mnploahadownswing , , Alike an BpechlesH , o'er th vacant II0017 * . I wonder much that through the whole round year. Fntient aud sad , but hopeful an before , It still cornea Hooking that which is not hero , . The dear bright lace which we fihnll hco no snore. ' I-wondermuch thoHimlightdoth not know Or may not guess tho mute and wondering t lightr- That * ho hath gone now whore thclilioi * blow , Uy living wateru , far beyond tho Night. * 0 sunlight , go up highoil In tho blue "With harp and cronnu and white roben clone by Him. Thy master thou wilt mi rely find a new And glad young angel with tho cherubim. IHerftwoet face still the flame wo loved , but , bright 4 "...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 5 October 1888

E | B , LOG CABIN SUGOESa 'p ' WJint ails tho yotiiifr men ? ip ; Itohurt Clarrutt'H fwtlior left him n , for pf tuno of twenty millions. Ho won fron < L childhood roared in luxury ; ho rccoivet i a uplcndid education with an especiu " i h , traiiiiug iuto a thorough knowledgo o f rnilronil management and was oxpectet fe to succeed his father tin n railroad kinjr K Within threo ycura after tho rcspoiisi .p bilitieH which Inn fiitlior'n death threv fx' upon him wer'e mummed , he is roportei 'k , f a broken down mini , with miud ant % • ? health permanently Hnattured. ! • , George Law iKunother young man lefl [ ' , . with millions of money , who is reported [ \ . i anions : the "wrecks. " His father , bred I * a p.tone mason , was of gigantic eizo and I strength , with commeusurnto brain | { - power , so he becnmo a great contractor , n then a milroad king and left half u * dozen millions for his boh to dissipate. „ Tho young man is a success as a dissi- pat or. Tho founders of bot...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 5 October 1888

By F. M. KIMMELL. : Official City and County Taper. I REPUBLICAN TICKET. * NATIONAL , t _ _ _ _ _ ; For Pnwidcnt. UCN'JAMIX HAItUISON. or Indiana. For VJrt President. LEVI V. MOUTON , oC New York. CO N G RESSI ON A L. For Mem tier of Conjjrcss , JAMES LAIUD. STATE. For Governor , JOHN M.THAYEIL For Lieutenant Governor. : UKOKOK U. MEIKLEJ0I1N. For Secretary of State , GILliKltX L. LAWS. For State Trenail rer. J. E. HILL. . For Attorney General , WILLIAM LUESE. f For Stnte Auditor. THOMAS H. UEXTOX. or Superintendent of PuMtc Instruction , geou ; e li. LAXE. Commissioner Public Lands und Duildings. JOHN fcTEEX. SENATORIAL. I For Senator. 3t h Senatorial District , | J. P. LIXUSAY. | COUNTY. For Iteprospntntirp. JUST1X A. WILCOX. For CountAttorney , 11 M. SXAVELY. For Conimiijsioiier. 2nd District , C. T. IILACICMAX. The btories manufactured by the dem ocrats with intent to injure General Harrison have all been short lived. Others will appear from day to day , but they will wear no be...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 5 October 1888

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Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 5 October 1888

t i SOVEREIGN JEWEL ! The World's Wonder ! i ! . This cut illustrates the ' interior construction of the ' " ! 'SOVEREIGN JEWEL" 4 Base Burner : 4 The spiral "ventilating 4 hot air nue" is over eleven 4 feet in length , and adds over I 2,000 square inches to the 4 Seating surface of stove without detracting from out- 4 % side radiation. Air in flue becoming heated , rises and draws in cold air from floor , j j which operation is continu- i ous as long as there is fire in j stove. Thus entire air of the i 4 room is in constant cireii- lationilirGngnliotair&ie. | It heats air at floor and in ; ; distantpartsofroomastlior- \ \ ongMy as near the stove , j ' - - - f- ; H h P ( ) \ M h h A R I ) W A K h 1 111 Jl-j i 1 v1 M JLIJIV X lii.lv 1-J V V JTIV ± - j j 9 - - - - i , _ 1 i . 1 m ; - ' " -rT i " r • ; m \ OVERCOATS ! | j OVERCOATS FOR MEN , i OVERCOATS FOR BOYS , OVERCOATS FOR YOUTHS , ' OVERCOATS FOR CHILDREN. : i i. > ' , Air entering1 hot air flue at a J temperature of 80 d...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
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