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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 9 November 1888

I 1URDER 0R MERCY. _ M ASIory ofTo-Dny. ; It was half-past four , and the norning room at Minton Court was B dotted with confidential groups. M Eugologs blazed in the two fire- places , but no lamps or candles had been brought in to disturb the in- B timacy of the twilight hour. Tea at H Milton-Court was always drunk by H firelight on winter afternoons , W " "Darkness is such an aid to scandal. " K ILady Minton used to say ; "how can Hfwe pull our neighbors to pieces in the | j ijglare of those odious lamps ? Ilalf B efche best things 1 havo ever heard jR fhave been told me in the dusk. " H The hour of tea was a sociable one , B * and the surroundings were thoroughc B Uy feminine. The morning room was B 'furnished in that heterogeneous manc B mer which is the characteristic of our H * time. There were many screens , and B jpalms in brass pots , Indian mats B nd Japanese tables , Turkish divans f ? ind Smyrnese carvings , while a numt , J tier of Bajon etchings , framed in J § Salack...

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 — 9 November 1888

Iff J * - - . T f2 * • • - ' jr- • y. I . h * , _ _ _ , ! J" , - Pj ACTS AT THE 8AWE | TIME ON H | S • , ' H THE NERVES , \&k \ > I THE LIVER , m F THE BOWELS , M % - . ' / > andthoKJDWEYS y * * if ' WILL CURE BILIOUSNESS. PHEB , K8 W- , CONSTIPATION , KIDNEY COM. KM * PLAINTS. URINARY DISEASES , Q | j WM rEXALEWEAKNESS.BHETJHAIff 'A ra TISM. NEURAICIIA , AND AIL | - HE NERVOUS DISORDERS , # ! _ wj | By quieting and strengthening the , - H nerves , and causing free action of the k I ' P | livcrbowclsandkidncysandrcstor- \ ' ' | u3j ing their power to throw off disease. jj ' , HE Why suffer Bilious Pains and Aches t M i Irl WhytoraentedwlthPllcs.Conatipation ! r. , ' - T KJj WhyirlEhteneuovcrDlsorderedKidneys ! SK f KH Why endure nervous or sick headaches ! Ji. * p | End ! Why have sleepless night * 1 I l [ jgH Use Painr's Cklpry Compound and ? 1 IpHj rejoice in health. It is an entirely vegetatii ' I El Lie remedy , harmless in all coses. , i' * J . pi WELLS , RICHARDSON L...

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 — 9 November 1888

g E * > * ' > ' W < , * M'M" * W , ' ' ' " M M iliBiMijiMu "iiiura I ! The Bourbon Hosts Snowed Under by an I ! Avalanche of Ballots. B 1 I NATIONAL , STATE AND COUNTY H Tickets Elected by OverwhelmingMajori - H ties. Hallelujah ! H It was a most glorious dafor tin * Hj tribes of Bonvmnn and Lpvi and Eli. m He The republicans have gained twenty H congressmen and will liavc a good woik- H ing majority in the lower house. H XoitTII of tbe Mason and Dixon ' s H * line , Grovcr perhaps carried the state H of Jersey-ligbtning , cranberry swamps H and prodigious mosquitns. B So FAR as election bets are conoern- B cd a sharp Boston young l.sdv stands in B to win ahead of all tin * rest of us. Sin * B formulated her wager with her ho t B young man as follows and he was too B far eone to realize the point of it : • if B Cleveland is elected you win and you B marry me. If Harrison is elected I win B and I marry you. " B An Atrhison lady was bemoaning the B fact that she could not att...

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 — 9 November 1888

r • ' $ - ' • * * " FRIDAY EVENING. NOV. 0.1888. f\ ffe fe ; , . FT * Remember Noble fur groceries. fc > ' yj Sweet cider at the City Bakery. | | . Noble for superb lunifriiijr lamps. * r ' jJ3F"Fresb sausage at the 13. & . IM. fr Meat Market , 1 f - Fine jersey coats ami canlijrati jack ( ; cts. TilK FAMOUS. Fresh and smoked meats nT all kinds I" at the 13. & M. Meat Market. Ir : A consignment of nice fresh oysters I- just received at the City Bakery. : \s \ Everything fresh and clean in the . . - \vay of groceries at Noble ' s store. Cash paid f > r live stock , poultry and I hides at the 13. & M. Meat Market. I There is no other way. Buy your groceries , qneensware , etc , of Noble. \ Go to McCrackens for musical instru ments. We have ever } thing in that * line. H * * A full line of strictly pure spices for \.s \ pickles , sauces , etc. , at the City Drug ' " Store. Plumbing in all its branches prompt ly ai'd skillfully performed by F. 1) Burgess Children ' s s...

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 — 9 November 1888

mmmmmWr E 1 * * * T T22 ESS Z ZL ± i22 Z Z2Z& llZ2Z * * P5 rri + jZl J 9 * II THE M'COOK TRIBUNE. § F. IT1. KIUMIElili , I'ublUhor. Hf * * * i \m \ McCOOK , NEB , 1 ABOUTJERRASKA. IS Tl o York Times says timeEov. Har- IS jnon will bo a cnndidfito for elmplain of IS tho houso of representatives. IK Thecitizens'of itoiroorecontribnt- IXf ins : funds for llio pnrposo of erecting n | H calabooso. Ton dollars bavo already Isl been subscribed. | lg Miss .Flora Clayton , an Omaba girl , 118 lftsfc month drew $5,000 in tbo Louisiana | gf Crete lias put up S15,000 to endow a | 9 | professorship in Doane college. IS Tbo people of the First Baptis ; 191 church at Grand Island have a now IB houco of worship as well as a now pastor. IE A Hebrow charity fair held at Omaha IK netted $4,000 for tho good cause. IB Cadet Taylor , of the Omaha Bepuu- 19 lienn , has begun an action against tho IH Herald Publishing company for libel IIP and puts his damages at $50,000. If * Tlioso interested in esta...

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 — 9 November 1888

i * ft" " Hi- * M % ' STANLEY'S EXPEDITION HEARD FROM. $ .Y. ' 3he Iii/ovmitlt'in , llnwrvcv , it Xot of Very E /,1 Itrcent Date. , fep- ' A Zanzibar special says : Couriora Wr ' ' tfrom Tnbora bring direct nows from the I j i • Stanley oxpedition , a portion of which \m \ was mot at the end of November , 1887 , jj 'I by Araba trading between the lakea \\r \ \ A."Victoria Nyanza and Nifiiprno ami Ta- . - ' * 'bora. ' j. These Arabs met Stanley's rear \x \ guard at a point west of Albert Nyanza , \h \ -southeast of Znngn the • , just as expedi- IfX f\ * ; t5on VlM Preparing to cross the swamps U . x / -caused by the radiation of streams that j , - " abound in that country. Tho Arabs did j . , ' . ' 'not see Stanley. Tho detachment seen j * \ -consisted of thirty mon. Thoy stated j * V ' 'that ' Stanloy wns two days ahead. Tho \ * ' . expedition had suffered greatly on tho p * : ' march through a thick forest. It was } h impossible to advanco more than a mile \ ; " . and a quarter dai...

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 — 9 November 1888

J THE ONLY STORE 18 OF ITS KIND f IN THE WEST. IB > npflB only place where you can find what you want III Jin our line. I m TpHE only place that sells goods on their merit. 1.8 "XFT ma e oui < own prices. We sell at a profit. I k " \Kr ® haye bargains in surplus stock. We guaran- IfJ W tee every article as represented. mm "WTE are establishing a trade for the hereafter , not N IS i * * only for to-day and tomorrow , but for years to I Jl , come , by conducting our business in a straight , legiti- If | J mate manner , giving full value , dollar for dollar , and I'g , backing up just what we say. IH " \77 [ have one of'Dr. King's celebrated Optometer's | H V and can fit your eyes with spectacles correctly. Sj TTTTE charge nothing for piercing ears with a new Is VY 'painless process , its very funny ; makes any II one laugh. ft 1 * \XT are having a big sale on Gold Watches , which I YVwe sell same price as silver. | g | OS ? " It will lie impossible to describe all we have for sa...

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 — 16 November 1888

R I VOLUM Xiir" McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY EVENING , NOVEMBER 16 , 1888. NUMBER 25. " I " LiWllllllGO- ' I ' I' ' STOCK OF I Furniture H I IS THE COMPLETEST IN § ; Southwestern Nebraska. _ _ _ _ _ H They also carry a full line of I ! . ' Window Shades , Pictures , _ _ _ I Picture Frames , Carpets , Etc , H J AND MEET ALL HONOltABLE COMPETITION IN THEIR LINE. H * McCOOK , - NEBRASKA. B - - B B On all goods purchased of us in the next 30 days , in order to H make room for our I SELECT AND SPLENDID STOCK _ B i _ B \ - m J \ of New Season Goods. We offer to our customers in this sweep- H 11 ing sacrifice sale , an unprecedented opportunity to become pos- K J scssed of superlative bargains , and we expect that the announce- B. ' ment of this sale will _ _ B BHI | vly&woop - - • • - T& @ - - Towitl' H | ' : _ A jt We are not after money now , but room. Call and _ _ _ ' I 0l _ < ! lear" ° ur prices ° " D1Y G00DS' CLOTHING , ' _ H "l J nATSCAPSBOOTSSHOES and G...

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 — 16 November 1888

' .STARLIGHT'S CRUISE , In a book entitled , "Adventures by /SLand / and Sen , " which I picked ur > • the other dnyI saw a brief reference ! * to tho strange adventures of Capt. Wheaton of tho ship Starlight. ' 'Among all tho fore-castle 3'arnsl ever heard that story takes the med- ' ali".a . dt\yhen I am through relating 'it'thoVeader will be as much mysti- .fied as t have always been regarding fit. Indeed , I never yet met a sailor * * .vho did not firmly believe in the vtrutli of Capt. Wheaton's every state ment. I tell tho story because I was -an actor in the first and last chapters. It was in October , 1859 , that I o shipped as second mate on the Star- flight , which was then lying in the jport of Honolulu. She was an old 1 ' whaler and had been sold at aucj I * § j tion and cheaply refitted for a voy- I m > age to Lima and return , in the in- B $ * * * terestof some California shippers. ' "We left port in ballast only and I Ju -were * two men short in our comple- JO * ...

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 — 16 November 1888

p ' * m JK | * ( fllntlo mind 'I'lii'iiiich VHiiIlf. Osf ' About a year npo ono of the most [ P"1 lovely girls in the atnte lived at 40 life Orniigo avenue , in this city. A pair of [ Si * . large , liquid bluu oyes Hot oil'a face that Kj5l | , would put nny picture to nhnrae , and FBI her form was bimply perfect. The | gj- i young lndj' wns highly educated , and \Wt \ ; poHscssnd all the quulities that go to ifm * ' , moke up n society "bollo. Her parents | Ef | y aro well to do , and eho has wanted for IK' . r nothing sinco she wna old oiiough to llr prattle. But sho had ono 'fault , and | f | | that fault has proved her undoing. It HIT " * ' 8 CftH ° Yinity. Slie fairly worshipped W& I her own eyes , and did everything in her IP * V power to mako them look more beauti- Hfc E um 10 wcre * She , IH ° d numer ic H ° * > 1S drugs l' ° foro Rho found what she If m wanted. This last drug made her eyes IbL A sparkle like diamonds , and sho used it WW 1 to such an extent that her ...

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 — 16 November 1888

H | By F. M. KI MM ELL. R Official City and County Paper n E * i Ej Tho Wc6t Virjclnld republican state centra H committee claims n victory in that state by a K mnjority or something over 300 on governor HK while tlie democrats mnkc about tho same Kj clalra-thc other way. K Z The republicans or this city had a rousing Bn jollification , Saturday evening. Thcro wore He ubouta thousand peoplooutaud with boii-urc. Kj speaking and flinging tho crowd exhibited a Unj good naturcd Joyovor the election of Harrisou Hg mid Morton. Indlanolu Courier. k Representative I'ayson of Illinois is being P ! pushed by his rrlcnds for secretary of the in If' tcrlor under President Harrison , it being ' \ urged in his favor that ho is tho best informed Hir man In congress on public land questions. Mr BL | : Payson's record in congress on this ono point H surely nntitlcs him , to consideration. M Senator Manderson hopes to eufEcicntly re- m gain his strength as to bo utile to loavo lor St. H . J ouis by N...

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 — 16 November 1888

K' : i fl * IW Jt pit ? * . Sj [ FRIDAY EVKN1NG. NOV. 10.1888. IflK stationery. school supplies. II I > ' SCHOOL BOOKS 1 i v Jhe Tribune Office , ll ( At Publisher's ' Prices. w ' . ' DLANK BOOKS. LEGAL BLANKS. ' ' ' I UNIVERSAL II I ) ? Si $ S BT ( LAM 0fi kJ B WIRE * diseases ta SS J r ) \ OF Bt"V - SiClT01 > % | \ f # YiBERTYNEB/ * ' B 11 For Sale by A. McMillcn. H ) \ -Remember Nulile for groceries. fl 4 \ Sweet cider at the City Bakery. fl J | Noble for superb hungiiig lamps. H \ I EgT'Fiesh sausage at tlie B. & . M. H | rf 31 eat Market. B Fine jersey coats and cirdi : < riji jack- \ cts. THK FAMOUS. . : H A consignment of nice fresh oysters H just received at the City Bakery. H I Everything fresh and clean in the fl I' ' ray of groceries at Noble's store. fl jH Cash paid for live stock , poultry and H ' 3 | hides at the B. & M. Moat Market. H f i There is no other way. Buy your H ( j groceries , queens ware , etc. , of Noble. H ( ' M ) \ Go to McCrackens for ...

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 — 16 November 1888

LTHE arCOOK TBIBUNE , B F. 171. KIItlMELX. , PublUIior. H McCOOK , NEB. I AEOUT REBBASKA. B Tho present potato crop is without K doubt tlio largest over grown in the B United States. Nebraska's yield is K eighty-four bushols per acre , or a total K of Ito and one-half million bushels. Kp A Boston divine has been called to B tho First Congregational * church at Be Omaha at a salary of $6,000 a year. The Ian church ho leaves has been paying him IB 810,000 a year. I | | Bev. Savago , of Grand Island , hat O a lecture on "Batcholors"which ho ii IB giving hero and there in soma Nebraska IBS towns. Marriageblo girls greet hiir R with crowded houses. Mm Patrick Hayes , who has charge oi Wm tno telegraph uno on q10p E & jjy h climbed tho republican flag staff , a ! Mm Chodron , and brought down tho end Oi p a rope that some malicious person had ml cut. Tho polo is about eighty feet higL MM n"a nofc vcr v lnr ° ° 'hidi made it quite H Mi interesting undertaking , but Pal II made tho trip...

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 — 16 November 1888

E\ \ condition of the swine crop. BmJU- What U Set Forth by thti "Farmer * ' lltvlcw" wHjL tteport. Wffl : I • Tho Chicago Farmers' Roviow will say jig | in its irbuo of thia wook , regarding tho Bft > condition , health and movement ofhogs : By' i From a careful summary of tho ro- [ & jf ports of our crop and stock correspond' iWm : [ on 8 m ° difl * 0 11 * states wo nro this Iflpff 1 t " * week enabled to furnish a very oompleto \Wjk' \ \ \ , f xeport relative to tho condition of swine , IHT 1 * o provalcnco or absonco of cholera , [ Kp I * nd tho movement to market , whether IIkL I froo or slow. * ifik I ' \ Ohio Condition good in thirty-two IBs I / • counties , fair in eight. Borne cholera in Hfr l threo counties. Movement slow in Hr I • 'twenty-three counties , free in fourteen. I F l Indiana Condition good in twenty- Ik : I threo counties , fair in six. Somo chol- l C J -ora in four counties. Movement slow in Iljfe nino counties , free in soven. IE , Illinois Condition ...

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 — 16 November 1888

_ _ _ / . J- " ' ' _ B * I THE ONLY STORE OF ITS KIND J IN THE WEST. THE only place where you can find what you want _ in our line. _ _ _ H lJ HE only place that sells goods on their merit. H " \ r ma e our own Prices. We sell at a profit. WE have bargains in surplus stock. We guaran- wm tee every article as represented. WE are establishing a trade for the hereafter , not BK only for to-day and to-morrow , but for years to IS come , by conducting our business in a straight , legiti- IX mate manner , giving full value , dollar for dollar , and IS backing up just what we say. WE have one of Dr. King's celebrated Optometer's and can fit your eyes with spectacles correctly. "IX7"E charge nothing for piercing ears with a new > " painless process , its very funny ; makes any one laugh. "TXTE are having a big sale on.Gold Watches , which * V we sell same price as silver. • { 3 ? It will be impnssiblo to dascribo all wc have for sale , so drop in and K. convince yourself tbat there is no...

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 — 30 November 1888

B gBnKWmkwmKKtom tlmtir-WTiN i.il 'l it iiiTWil''firi ' ifflTfr'HliVi I T Hr-TVI" ' ty " .MA ' 3 > # * & - | > * t'i .auJfc' ' * * * 1 * nim ili A ii iiHIP y * " * im * * trTl i . ar ' i h | n il , , , > , . i i . < > wib ' ( u . . . . , ! n m ' . - - . > . - > , * , , , , . -r I L . , . , m , x > u * * wwH > > . r" ' • M iM i i rllkfifa iTiiiiiii i i iifn if w Ty sw' . . * . , . . . . . - . . . . , . , . . . . . . . . . , . . . . . . , , , . . . . . . . lMllrt1rrlln , .mu . .IJ.S iBBMBP"1 'vMW ' M j. M itii..i. Ijjp * T | ri j r ' * " _ in i I timii i i | n iniinn.nr m i j ! > .nirii.i ii m naiMHi i i j i-i .i .I. .hj hi i i - n. i"i * - i iiwi nMip i.nn.iji > min - . - . , .mipn. n.mmrn "ln-iyi * " ! * * * * ' " " Tr r * " " " " | " ' : ' " : - : i vlie : ; - JtlcCMk * Sttbttttt. ; ' I If VOLUME fL - MeCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY EVENING , NOVEMBER 30 , 1888. NUMBER 27. ' t L1WICK&T1W10 STOCK OK I FURNITURE IS THE COMPLE...

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 — 30 November 1888

| . I in in inn. i. . nu..ri.- . I , nil I ii I an ARCiTfrecrslviFiir" C A SpnnlNh Talo. f- Tf it were-lawful to add another to ' itho eight Bentitudes given in the \ ' icatcchism , I would ndd the follow- I < 5ng : "Blessed are they that marry | m sensible woman , for theirs shall bo * domestic felicity. " And if it were f x Bawful to illustrate the Beatitudes p with historical notes , I would append Ho the aforesaid ninth the following explanation : la the middlo of the fourteenth cccntury the Bastard , Don Enrique r dc Trastamara , was besieging J Toledo , which offered a brave and p' "itcnacious defense , being 103'ul to 4hat king called by some "The Just" < idnd by others "Tho Cruel. " Many a I < fcimo and oft had tho faithful and % -courageous Toledanos crossed the * jaiagnificent bridge of San Martin , one of tho handsomest and most - useful architectural treasures • of ? fchat monumental city , and hurl- ; ' ang thomselves upon tho r * " camp of Don Enrique , es tab...

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 — 30 November 1888

* • = - liVri * IjV - • . f - jjj - I . - . . J . if U.diM _ _ , . . . - _ _ _ . . . . . _ _ _ i Hf , . TIm I'lH.t" IZnrlcot. A onriotiB pliotojyrnpliio iipparntiiH , in Avhich a camera is raised by a rocket and lowered by a parachute , w beting devel oped by a French inventor , M. America Denisse. In its experimental form , the cylindrical camera has twelve lenses rouiul its circumference with a sonsitiy'o plate in its centro , and is provided with ; a shutter which opeun and instantly closes as the apparatus commences tq fall. Tho descent is cased hy the open ing of ilio attached parachute which is / drawn back to tho operator by a cord at- ' N tached before tho firing of the rocket. ; For securing bird's cj'o views , the photo rocket offers several important advant ages over ballon photography , such as comparative cheapness , cnao of operat ing and freedom from risk in case of use for military recounoitering. Have Yon Calarris ? There is one -g , remedy you can try without dange...

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 — 30 November 1888

. I. I . ! . . . . . . I . . . ll | _ _ Bs -V SPHiBBBBBBBBBBHBBM BBnHEBBWriBBBBBBBBBBKBsHKs bbV B I ifo JSsW BWto ? * ir" H By F. M. K1MMELL. I • . Official City and County Paper H Tub Now York Pioneer , a third party prolil- H ultlon orgim , nftcr aiding to oloct u anloon H Governor and establishing the bhIooiis of Now H t York Tor years to coino , remarks : "Prohlbl- H tlonlnlsts must not censo their efforts to druw H men nwuy from tho saloons whllo thoy nro H striving to tnlfO tlic saloons away from men. " Emjaii \ .V. HAr.KoiiD. limtifiKlnt , ' editor of H Indlnmipollt ) Journal , is the man Prcsldcnt- elect Hnnison lms chosen to bo his private H secretary. The eeloction was mado unsolicited H and unsuptrrstcri , and intimates strongly tho H course which Mr. Hiirrlpnn will pursue In H making hlo oflichtl Upolutnionts. ] Hcwlllfol- H low tho lead of his own Judgment. H When tho Louisville Courier-Journal wants H to be emphatic and lay down tho law itdoublo H leads. It ca'ls tho l...

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 — 30 November 1888

HBor i I I . mil ) _ _ it ift fi • • - _ i * * 1T1 _ * , ; . iJ JM > . * iw-ii , sw ; fefL . , . . . . i iL& SANTA CLAUS ' ' WH 'i Makes his bow and extends to ! | J JTS / itf f ' you a cordial invitation to visit his J I nvvi yHeadquarters 11 1 at McMILLEN'S 1 j * TfoF / W V Dru Store > i | te / A Where you will find everything heart \ | j r * / s 'S could desire , from Baby to Grandpa. | \ v \ /r Gome and see his immense stock of jj 111 fy Christinas Novelties , 1 wl M ' s&K ' Grand Opening , Saturday evening , De- \ mM y K cember 1st , when you can sec the ft i ' | lK \ \ " 10St brillhut , ( liiPay , in McCook. f . ' ' % idm , A. McMILLEN , Dkuggist. f i | | | * rf' -j FRIDAY EVENING. NOV. 30.1888. j ! llemember Noble for groceries. J Sweet cider at the City Bakery. r _ _ _ . 1 * Noble for superb hanging lamps. i Ladies' gold watches at McCrackens' : | for $15.00. ; | BrFres1i sausage at the B. & . M. ! Meat Market. • ' ' A consignment of nice fresh oysters. | j...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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