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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 19 October 1888

I JUNCLKII UGH'S SECRET M Tho wny was long and tedious , the H 'in } ' warm and oppressive , and I H -wearied almost ; beyond endurance. m If Dnclo Hugh had had his way , 1 j -overy visitor to Blount Graham m | 'would have come all tho way by H ' -carringo , but fortunately itwas be- H | ; yond oven his power to enforce that. m | What ho could do he had dono , how- j vcr. Sovcrnl years belore , there j had boon a prospect of having a M . irailway station within ton miles of HH 'tho place. Tho very idea made Undo 2 | iH gh frantic. Tooth and nail ho H bought it , and , alas , was successful. M' * Tho railway was turned aside , and H | -though tho strugglo had left him H • straightened in circumstances , al- M .most impoverished , I do not believe M "Mint ho had over felt one regret. M As the carriage swayed and jolted fl' along , and the old coachman nodded H' on his box , .with full faith in the H Jtimo-tried fidelity of his fat horses. I 1 'tried ' to beguile the tedium of the B &l...

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 — 19 October 1888

if * ' ' 'MWCTOKINtt OLD TIS1E. " 8 A S rIJUnINriurc A Itcvlvul of Old M ? • 'I'liiin Miiipllcltlp * . k i Tn 0110 .ot Hnrper's issues is givon n • > " very lino illustration of ltoberts' cele- " > -v. Itruted puiutin ! , ' , known na "Doctoring III. V < * lii Time" It represents tx typical olil- jBI ' timer , m Mi his bellows , blowing tho dust Slf " from jin ancient clock , with its cords find all" weightscarefully secured. One of these U clocks in ( his generation is appreciated ] r \ only tin a raro relic. f r * The HiiggcKiivo name , "Doctoring Old SJr ' Time , " lirings to our mind another ver ify sion of the title , used for another pur- -K | pose "Old Time Doctoring. " all * \Selearn , through u reliable source , W * that one of the enterprising proprietary | | { medicine firms of the country , hns been f | [ for years investigating the formulas and g ' medical preparations used in the begin- Bj iiing of this century , and even before , i • } vith a view of ahcertai...

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 — 19 October 1888

HHHHH T _ _ _ _ _ _ v _ _ _ H fe flJpjiitfftiifti wiS3fojJii wn imiw , ' _ ! " TTiii iii 1T1 tnsmmmmmmmmimmmmmmmmmmmKmmm I THE ONLY STORE 1 OF ITS KIND I IN THE WEST. Hi rpHE only place where you can find what you want D * • in. our line. H THHE only place that sells goods on their merit. . H " fiT ® ma e our own Prict5SWe sell at a profit. H * XTTT"3iJ have bargains in surplus stock. We guaran- H V tee every article as represented. ' _ HFT are estahlishing a trade for the hereafter , not H W only for to-day and tomorrow , but for years to H come , by conducting our business in a straight , legiti- H mate manner , giving full value , dollar for dollar , and m backing up just what we say. m "XKT iave one ° r * King's celebrated Optometer's m V V and can fit your eyes wi th spectacles correctly. H TXTE charge nothing for piercing ears with a new m VV painless process , its very funny ; makes any B one laugh. H "TXTE are having a big sale on Gold Watches , which M VV we sell same price...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 26 October 1888

H' * * • ' * • * * * • - > j- > • > - - , * _ _ T * - " " * ' * * * * * * § l - • • • - 4 _ _ _ _ _ _ " J * v-vfeij "V- * ! § I , • > v.gtye | Jtlc 00k : ® tfbtttte/ ' ' . : - - : % Hi v VOLUME HT McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY EVENING , OCTOBER , 1888. NUMBER 22. * Jp I dwick k nouns H STOCK OF I FURNITURE . . . , . . . . . . . . . . . _ _ . . . ' * H * * ' * ' * ' ' ' ' ' ' * ' ' K * ' * * * ' * w I - - - > - - - - - - - - - - - i--- - - - - - - - i -r.i-iru .yj.il. | -u. rir. -liU\--l- | | | n - 1 ! ' - ' - - ' ir i i.i. aLLl H IS THE COMPLETEST IN l _ Southwestern Nebraska. B They also carry a full lino of I Window Shades Pictures , W Picture Frames , Carpets , Etc , M AND MEET ALL HONOHABLE COMPETITION IN THEIR LINE. \ / Undertaking a Specialty H , 7 / MeCOOK , - NEBRASKA. I' ' j DRY GODDSfl W GROCERIES ! H -Jti ' 'WP 'ear Ijy * That you can SAVE MONEY on all kinds of , B BY TRADING WITH j l\ C. G. POTTER & CO. . mj- ( INCORPORATED UNDER STATE...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 26 October 1888

Hi HiH HiI I THE M'COOK TKIBUNE , F. 1TI. KIITIMELli , IMiblUhor. mwM - i McUOOK , NEB , I ABOUT NEBRASKA. I The child of Constable Al. Beach , K of Lincoln , was severely , if not fatall/ , burned in a bonfire last week. H Adfspatob from. Plum Creek Bays : I 'Colonel B. S. Adams , a farmer living M about seven miles nortlioast of this city , shot and instantly killed a renter named < Walter "West on the premises of the former this morning. They got into a dispute about some grain which West claimed , Adams forbidding him to take it. Adams' report is that West grap pled with him and clutched his throat. Adams ordered him to let go. West re fused , whereupon Adams shot him through the heart. Ho left the bedy , came to town and gavo himself up. There is talk of the establishment of a canning factory at Talmago. A flouring mill with a capacity of seventy-five barrels a day is to bo built | at Ohadron. The Bohemian oats agents are re ported to be at work in some portions of J Custer ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 26 October 1888

r \ " - : SENATE AND HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES A. 8ynopof \ Proceeding * in the Senate and Jloune of lle } > * senlitlvci. Siwatr In tho senate on tho 15th IMr. Iloar called nttoution to tho Union Pacific funding bill , nnd suggested that • Jin view of its groat importance , it should • bo sot dowa for hearing for tho first 'Tuesday in December. Agreed to. A imessago was received from tho prosi- / / • dont. returning without his approval tho bill granting a pension to M. S. 1 Brndshaw , was laid boforo tho senate. * • Tho ground of disapproval is that the " - i 'disability was not contracted in tho mii- ' -'v atnry service. Laid on tho table. Mr. ( .Brown presented a petition of the "Women's Christian Temperance Union ' - • • f Georgia for a repeal of tho internal rovenno laws , and addressed tho senate. Ho referred to tho fact that there was ao quorum of either houso in tho city of "Washington , and that no business could * 1)0 lawfully dono in tho faco of a single objection. The...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 26 October 1888

r K F * . - . . • . By F. M. KIMMELL. " " " " i i i Official City and County Papei REPUBLICAN TICKET NATIONAL. K ir PrcMclMil , DKNMAM1N HAKKISOK. ol' Jtifllaiiit. For Vice PrcHldonr , .LEVI V. MOUTON , or New York. CONGRESSIONAL. For Member ol Congress , , JAMES LAIUD. ' , STATE. For Oovenior. JOHN M. THAYEIt. For Lieutenant Governor. CKORGE D. MEIKLEJOHN. For Secretary of Sttito , UIl.HEKT 1 * . LAWS. For State Trcasuier. .1. E. HILL. F > r Attorney Ocnuml , WILLIAM LKE < E. For State Auditor. THOMAS II. IIENTQN. or Superlnlcndent or Public Instruction , GKOUGE IJ. LANE. Commissioner Public Lands nod Hulldings , JOHN STEEN. SENATORIAL. For Senator. 20th Senntorial District , J. P. LINDSAY. • COUNTY. For llepresentntive. JUSTIN A. WILCOX. v For County Attorney , • H. M. SNAVELY. For Commissioner. 2nd District , C. T. DLACKMAN. Senator Teller hit the nail on tin head when he said that the present ad ministration had played into the haiul : of Wall street. From the moment tha M...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 26 October 1888

ife ; > " ' - FRIDAY EVKNINO. OCT. 20IBS" IK * STATIONERY. SCHOOL SUPPLIES. II : X : ' - - SCHOOL BOOKS I r The Tribune Office , I At Publisher's ' Prices. I BLANK BOOKS. LEGAL BLANKS. H . T JJJJJJJJUJUJJJJJiUJJJJHtuMiUjjj.MMMHiUJMa WM • • " ' " " " " " P"s I 1 "Oh , those Butter Scutch. " 1 Remember Noble fur groceries. 1 Sweet cider at the City Bakery. I I Noble for superb hanging lumps. * | Fresh candies at the City Bakery. H I Swarts' makes his eaudius from pure I sugars. jjjjV H O _ _ _ - ii - i I I JSPFrcsh sausage at the B. & . M. I Meat Market. B Fresh and smoked meats of all kinds at the B. & M. Meat Market. H A consignment of nice fresh oysters H just received at the City Bakery. H Everything fresh and clean in the B way of groceries at Noble ' s store. H * Cash paid fjr live stock , poultry and H I hides at the B. & M. Meat Market. H ! ? • " There is no other way. Buy your H f groceries , queens ware , etc. , of Noble. H * . > Go to MeCraekens for musica...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 26 October 1888

I" .f' ' ' ' ' * "mmmMm J-i i I Was ThatMurder a Crime. I Jnclc Hepburn was in tho omploy of W 5i Mr. Allnrdyco on the Emu Plains , .and had been so for about two years I tho only free stockman on tho run. I Allurdyce himsolf one of tiro finest fellows that , over stepped had un- "bounded confidence in him , and look- < ed to him as a sort of sheet anchor I in the midst of tho endless trouble3 I aind annoyances arising out of a sup- ply of convict labor. I Ho was a tough , muscular , black- bearded fellow , a trifle over six foot in 3ieight and fairly good-looking ; active 3n his movements , but slow and very rsparing of his speech , and not partic ularly remarka be for anything unless Stworo his scrupulous honesty and istrict truthfulness. I had left tho colony when the in cident happened which I am about to relate. I heard various accounts of • at afterward , and tho substance , as • nearly as I can give it , is pretty much saa follows : There were four of them up in the bush a...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 26 October 1888

I - Safe Jill A OLAIM TO HUMAN GR4.TI- Be I P f Sil GlWloHo Crudity , the sad-fncod , Jben- p. / ISM5 iler-lieurtocl peasant prill of Normandy I | J Slll miuio great history by ono dcsponito ' fi 9 Sickened by the snturimlia of the K l * lmB& & I'rcnoh revolution , mid moved to dos- . & - ' . | § | < V pomtion us llobeHpierro and Mnmt woro Ifi " weI lending tho flower of Franco to tho giiil- j E , * Spjfs lotine , sho determined that bIio would * * < 1lli 1 > u''nn ' cm * * ° nrnt'a bloody reign. rifeJPV Mnrnt Imd demanded two hundred | 1" / * d pLS. . thousand victims for the guillptine ! ; 1- fjlH * ' " " " r Ho pi'opoHed to kill off tho enemies of M * h ° Revolution to mako it perpetual ! r i > V Horrible thought ! ? i ° won ei' it fired tho blood of this > \ % r x ? * ? & • patriotic peasant maid ! l $ xrJ'i' Gaining access to his closely guarded < ' ? ? ; quarters by a subterfuge , sho found him v 4 , in his bath , oven then inexorable and . . ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 26 October 1888

l * _ _ I THE ONLY STORE I OF ITS KIND I IN THE WEST. _ M . ' -J " ij. -i - . i . , i . . i . - B I rpHE only place where you can find what you want • * • in our line. * JHE only place that sells goods on their merit. " , ( rE make our own prices. We sell at a profit. WE have bargains in surplus stock. We guaran tee every article as represented. WE are establishing a trade for the hereafter , not only for to-day and tomorrow , but for years to come , by conducting our business in a straight , legiti mate manner , giving full value , dollar for dollar , and backing up just what we say. WE have one of Dr. King's celebrated Optometer's , and can fit your eyes with spectacles correctly. WE charge nothing for piercing ears with a new painless process , its very funny ; makes any one laugh. WE are having a big sale on Gold Watches , which we sell same price as silver. - . . . . , { ST" It will bo impossible to describe all we have for sale , so drop in and convince yourself that thero is ...

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 — 2 November 1888

ill . IIP - ' ' "i jF I 1 IsF LI 11 III (4JJ ( Jl II II ill m - • • "i * . . t - > * • . VOLUMEViL McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY EVENING , NOVEMBER 2 , 1888. ' NUMBER 23 . . t. . 1 I LDflWICK & TfiOWBRID&E'S & ' | _ _ STOCK OF _ /FURNITURE I H ' M * IS THE COMPLETES ! IN / I • Southwestern Nebraska. _ H HB B They also carry a full line of I Window Shades , Pictures , _ I Picture Frames , Carpets , Etc. , B AMD A1E13T ALL HONORABLE COMPETITION IN THEIR LINE. I McCOOK , - NEBRASKA. H'o HI 1 On all goods purchased of us in the next 30 days , in order to H make room for our BI H of New Season Goods. We offer to our customers in this sweep- H ing sacrifice sale , an unprecedented opportunity to become pos- H sessed of superlative bargains , and we expect that the announce- H tu ' eut of this sale will I \Uf , 5wee | * - • • - T& ® . - ' - To will" WWW 5& 2 fJ are no * ! lfter ,110nPy nowi oul' > oom. Call and I $ jTk ? learn our pries on DRY GOO...

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 — 2 November 1888

I THE M'COOK TRIBUNE , H F. M. KIimiEIili , INibtuiicr. H McCOOK , NEB , 1 1 * anan I AEOTJT NEBBASKA. H Prairio fires havo of Into been of fro- M qucnt occurrcnoo in tlio vicinity of Over- m -Dannebrog citizona have raised o 1 bonus for now roller mills , nnd the on- m torpriso is now regarded as a euro thine : . H The people of tho First Baptis. H * church nt Grand Island have a no * * m house of worship as well as a now pastor , 1 The damage to tho B. & M. bridgt B over tho Bluo , mentioned as burned yes- H torday , says the Beatrico Express , if m moro extensive than at first reported , m About two luindred feot of tho north np- M proach to tho bridge is practically do- M stroyed. Bcpairs aro being pushed as M rapidly as possible. M The Fremont public schools aro full HH to overflowing , notwithstanding tho two H now buildings erected this year. The m question tho schoolboard is trying tc m eolvo is how to dispose of tho "surplus. " M Last Thursday evouing , saj-s the H Chad...

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 — 2 November 1888

PI1' - F B' ' \ - E • | . _ w3 * B * t mmmmmmn mi liMlli.l .HTIT-lrlli _ _ Kp PROMINENT MEN AND WOMEN. | r Qitocn Victoria is to bo presented with Rf- a dress of block fiilk pillow liico by the Bj ' ladios of tho Maltese nobility. J = . Tho Rev. Hugh G. Pentecost , of Now- | 'ark , N. J. , who went from u printing of- I ' - ' fico into tho pulpit , imd afterward bo- fl f' -camo n socialistic labor agitator , is about fl ; to return to the cose. Sir Morell Mackenzie is to bo ono of I , / the lecturers at tho EdinburgPhilosoph- V . "ical institution during tho winter if ho H .survives the. duel ho Jsn'fc going to fight | - ( /with Professor Bergnmn. f\ J Colonel J. W. Bennett , owner of tho ! jQentloraon's Driving park at Philadel- _ , , jphia , has added $25,000 to his former i 'gifts ' of SHO.OOO to tho Methodist Epis- H | _ copal oi-phunago at that place. fl * : "When General Grant was in Japan , Hi Prince Kung , the premier , endeavoring H to compliment him by assuring him that H'...

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 — 2 November 1888

fl # - WHP5 - .flFP * I ffk jgNto * ' fnirais. S By F. M..KIMMELL. I Official City and County Paper. M * REPUBLICAN TICKET , B • NATIONAL. * W ? For FreHlilciil. flg MiXJAMIN MAItUlSOK , w. of liidltiini. ; * w KorVlcePresIdoiit , Jit , LKVL P. MOUTON , , jg | of Now York. B CONGRESSIONAL. . "JE -For Membert ) ! CoriKreB8 , M JAMBS LA I Hi ) . V STATE. * * 5 For Governor. I JOHN JL THAYJilt. 1 For Lieutenant Governor. I 'GEOUGE D. MEIKLEJOHN. ' I For Secretary of State , I GIMIEItT L. LAWS. fj For State Treasurer , 6 J. E. HILL. a For Attorney General , i • WILLIAM LEESE. I For State Auditor. ] THOMAS H. DENTON. or Superintendent of Pulilic Instruction , i GEOUGE B. LANE. 1 Commissioner P11WI0 Lands and Buildings , 1 . < • JOHN STEEN. t\ \ SENATORIAL. if For Senator. 20th Senatorial District , j J. P. LINDSAY. B COUNTY. S • * For Representative. S • JUSTIN A. WILCOX. , m For County Attorney. * K. M. SNAVELY. 1 For Commissioner. 2nd District , I C. T. ULACKMAN. 1 A United States m...

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 — 2 November 1888

11 : ' 3HN IMoefe fVifap. Bpr , ' FRIDAY EVENING. NOV. S , 1888. i V STATIONERY. 3CH00L SUPPLIES. Bit J SCHOOL BOOKS li v The Tribune Office , p CJ At Publisher's ' Prices. | r. / M BLANK BOOKS. LEGAL BLANKS. I t | Remember Noble for groceries. I 1 Sweet cider at tin ; City Bakery. if * " ' ! " Noble for superb banging lamps. I' § j Fresh candies at the City Bakery. I ! jAl SSirFresh sausage at the B. & . M. I - V Meat Market. I' i < Fine jersey coats and cardigan jack- IfA ets. THE FAMOUS. 17 * Fresh and smokedClients of all kinds l\ \ at the B. & M. Meat Market' . li A consignment of nice fresh oysters \ , - , just received at the City Bakery. I f' Everything fresh and clean in the I \ way of groceries at Noble 's store. II v' Cash paid f.ir live stock , poultry and li tl hides at the B. & M. Meat Market. ' U , There is no other way. Buy your j * ' groceriesqueenswareetc.of Noble. * Go to McCrackens for musical instru- i ments. We have everything in that iH ' ' f A ...

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 — 2 November 1888

I BLUE , OR CRIMSON ? Hj From HnrpiT'H fJazar. H It was a momontous question , far H : morc so than the reader , glancing at fl * tl e title of tills story , imagines. The B .young lady standing by the window * Wm ' "l Btr ° efc costume , gazing nt the Bflj ' • blooming squares in the little garden H | " below , was no nearer deciding it than E | she had been three days ago ; yet it H | must be settled "that afternoon , and H | the hands of the clock were pointing HI ( ton minutes to 5. "Blueorcrim-son ? " K the words began to adjust thcm- M selves with annoying pertinacity to * * * " " " the monotonous ticking the p on man- * } m tcl "blue , orcrim-son ? Yale , orUar- * jjfl vard ? " and then this further affix , M -containing the kernel of the difficul- B ty , "K ) lfe , or Mars-ton ? Bolfe , or fl Mars-ton- " JB "Which should it be ? The clock : 1 dropped preliminaries and struck to M "the telling clause with persistency so ? f aggravating that the young lady a 'knitted her prett...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 2 November 1888

LOG OABIN LOGIC. BmwnniulBrnin ! Tlio powerful onlinewith its wondor- ? - * i > ropollin < , ' power , coupled to tholonji } - ' train full freighted with the richest fitb- < - ricai of tho intollectiml looms of tlio cen turies what obstacles can stay tho prog ress of this mighty forcewhen once uu- ; > , tier full steam along life's Ju ghway ? j . 'J'ho American with brawn and brain l . ' does not see tho necessity for titles of l nobility , does not euro for elevation by I . descent , ho cau reach out and pluck tho \ " S"i - nt with brawn or brain-impaired , a h ' man is badly handicapped in tho mad A raco for miccchh which is tho marked I characteristics of tho present ago. | The physical system is a most intricate \ piece of machinery. Jt ought to bo kept t "well regulated , so that it will work har- I nioniously in all its parts , then it is capa- > ' Lie of an immcuso ' amount of work. \ It is said that a watch , if expected to 1 keep perfect time , must be wound...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 2 November 1888

Hf aat < iM Mg * > * * * ' - ' "i _ _ _ . _ . . , - - I , , t i . . . . . . . i i . j . . . . | , * I THE ONLY STORI _ E H OF ITS KIND I IN THE WEST. B rpHE only place where you can find what you want K * in our line. K 'J'HE ' only place that sells goods on their merit. S " 7" - make our own prices. We sjell at a profit. 3 " \XT-E have bargains in surplus stock. We guaran- S v tee every article as represented. TX7"E are establishing a trade for the hereafter , not m v v only for to-day and tomorrow , but for years to M come , by conducting our business in a straight , legiti- mate manner , giving full value , dollar for dollar , and 'M backing up just what we say. ' \KT llav6 one ofDr * nff'B celebrated Optometer's m m v and can fit your eyes with spectacles correctly. 1 * \KTE charge nothing for piercing ears with a new 1 V painless process , - its very funny ; makes any J : one laugh. m / - * X77"E [ are avniff a big sale en Gold Watches , which % W we sell same price as si...

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 — 9 November 1888

I I ' VOLUME V : McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY EVENING , NOVEMBER 9 , 1888. NUMBER 24. * * W | | LUDWICK& TROWBRIDGE'S W I STOCK OF I FURNITURE p ' . - - - , . . - , , - . , . - . . , . . . . . . . , _ . H ' IS THE COMPLETESIN | Southwestern Nebraska. M They also carry a full line of I Window Shades , Pictures , | ' Picture Frames , Carpets , Etc , 1 { . AND MEET ALL HONORABLE COMPETITION IN THEIR LINE. I IMgiMi a Specialty. 'I McCOOK , - NEBRASKA. 1 SWEEPING mm ' On all goods purchased of us in the next 30 days , in order to make room for our 1 SELECT AI SPLENDID STOCK J of New Season Goods. We offer to our customers in this sweep ing sacrifice sale , an unprecedented opportunity to become pos- I sussed of superlative bargains , and we expect that the announce ment of this sale will I i * diw@efi - • - Tfte - • ' - To Will I " \JL We are not after money now , but room. Call and \ J * Dk/ learn our prices on DRY GOODS , CLOTHING , V &J/ HATSCAPS , BOOTS.SHOE...

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