ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Mccook Tribune, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 9,414 items from Mccook Tribune, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
9,414 results
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 15 March 1889

. , ' , _ - > rfii I mmiir win i. , i , , , , . . . , - . , , , , r , „ , , , „ . , , , , , , , , - * - * H xh-3R Ti Jolim Cmlr. H. M&wife lay dying. And I , who had H 'called on the Mob * High from beside fl < sonmny deathbeds , could pray no H f 'longer. ' | I.married her in no carnal desire , Hp 'butWause ' I thought I and she H | 'together could serve God better than i 'she and I apart. There was no beauty HI .In 'hor face , other than the soft light H | "Of kindliness.arid health of soul. . But fll ' * all tho children in sthe village ' loved 1 ilier , and after she became jny wife I H ; • ttcnowj.did more .good than I had fldone boforo. 9 . Then there came a child of our own , 9 Tto love and to. rear in thefear of God. H But it was taken away and in that fl'hour of common sorrow I learned to 9' love Mar } ' so that she became more L\h beautiful to me than flowers. And flf "Still we did our work together in the 9f "village , Iamong the men and women K -she among the c...

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 — 15 March 1889

I DEBILITY I" * Piine * celery COttpound has worked iron. [ JSr * " flere for me , for after a I % * * * " 3L protracted slego of BUf. E'gV - , ferlDB from rheumatism C7V i f > i ' \ jfjlbv- an < 1 general nervous de- B. 4r * r „ fflMlaX WUtyl now feel well and • # ' IrWtwLA am entirely free from all m f\ El W I pains , afterhavlng taken I ! • " _ - MteA 1 | four bottles of tho Com. 1 f - ' pound. I cheerfully com. tW * VVf * r > . . . l7 [ > 2 fwl moni1 It to all Buffering I 111''n vl as I havo been with bo- iK 2 1 * * IIIVaM vere rheumatism and * 11 1Liv\\ \ honrouB affections , " \ U I 11 c.\v\ tt Pbincib J. Tatlou , " * Bello rialne , Kansas. f Paine's I Celery Compound \ v will euro rheumatlsmnervouB debility and dys- pepsla ; overcome "that tired reeling , " and lone up. the wholo system. It acta upon the j ; j * lyatcm like nothing else , and In a way of Its | jp own It conquers tbeao diseases. J I " $1.00. Six for $5.00. At druggists. | - Wnxs , Riciuiidson &...

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 — 15 March 1889

" * ' * * * * * * * rT * B - J- i _ _ _ * _ _ _ _ _ . _ . . . . _ , , . _ . _ J T - + T * nn ! i n i - - r j. - r „ Jirnr w i ii JTi 'j j1k V- * • * j ( iji A Jm 11 i > i ITi r - * V t nj dT i l nf ' rrrn I I ir fi iTr imMil i r i in ilili > > il ry lirT Tli i < n > lii < mi i1 i in Ji inwl if in : > > * 5 | , * - - , . . - - - . . * . - . . - ; „ . . . - fj . . • • - * • - - He- • ' - * > * < , sr . . * * t : t > i. | . . , . .i. i - -S . * - - . . ; . : - • - BBBggBi - -J- n . - , : % wm mmfm IT i maSmSmm mi * i w AH EYE O gffiRJ Ikk k • I Below we quote a few prices on staple I goods for the benefit of those who are being I ; misled by the delusive and silly advertise- I ments of some merchants who claim to re ft tail groceries at 25 per cent , below credit I stores. 1 COMPARE PRICES. w. = I 12 lbs. Best Granulated Sugar , $1.00 I 12 lbs. Extra "C" Sug-ar , 1.00 I 14 lbs. Golden Q Sugar , 1.00 II k 3 lbs. Tomatoes , per can , . . . . - .10 / I ] 2...

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 — 22 March 1889

* ' * - IL ' * * y - > „ ; I JL VOLUME VII. McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY EVENING , MARCH 22 , 1889. NUMBER 43. \1 * * * s5 ! WE' ARE * • To double our cash trade for 1889 , and in order * to make it an inducement for every one to trade y ; with us , offer to cash customers the following f • ' ' LIST OF PRIZES ; ' - lfftideJBai' Top Buggyworth - $140.00 1 Koad Cart , - 40.00 j 6 Sets Rogers' silver plated Knives 7 and Forks , at $ ,7.50 per set , - 45.00 1. . 5 Prizes $5.00 worth of Hard- j " ware each , - 25.00 | j ? 50 One year's subscription to the | "Western Plowman , " a first- II class agricultural paper , at $1 , 50.00 St 63 Prizes , worth - $300.00 I ; I Each one Buying goods of us for cash to. the f > | g amount of § 5.00 will receive a numbered chance | i * * in a raffle for the above list of prizes. Our prices I ARE AWFULLY LOW i\ and our stock is complete. We mean business. ' j r / Great Western Stoves & Ranges. b r ) "Jewel" Gasoline Stoves. I...

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 — 22 March 1889

HHHF * v1 * * i/ ST fl : . < * , - * . * - er * iiY „ ? „ - - * . , . flj * ; Mp ? * - 9fl , , ? r * * * * - " * ft * * r . , r 91 r 9M' * ' Hi7 B < WMM I THE M'COOK TRIBUNE. j P. M. KBMIWELI * , Publisher. I JtfoCOOK , t NEB. * 99fln ( Ht , . . . . . . . . I ABOUT NEBRASKA. H * ftfelirm In Taxation. Hji In the line of reform in present meth- H : * 3b of taxation and publio revenues , the H , honje recommended for passage Mar s' ' rissey's bill , which is , in substance , as fl follows : Section 75 of chapter 77 of H , tho compiled statutes of 1887 shall be • amended so as to read : The rate of the general state tax.shall be sufficient to H realize the amount necessary to meet fl appropriations made by the legislature fl for tho year in which the tax is levied , not exceeding two mills on the dollar valuation. The rate of the state school tax shall not be less than one-fourth fl mill or more than one mill on the dollar yaluation. The rate of the state sink- fl ing fund tax sha...

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 — 22 March 1889

" " " " " " " V * - * " * " * -li tf i * , * S - [ jc r sJ- iwJ ' } " HJ fl _ _ _ _ _ _ - . Sir " SOME SELECTIONS MADE FOR OFFICE. HE * tpoffirmvitfa Agrfnl ITjHm ty tho Ktbraslta ] H Delegation , St ' Washington special to the Omaha Jfl | Boo : To-doy it is understood that a 9 | tmmbor of important offices were con- _ j i sidcrcd , the names of candidates agreed ] _ Vv on , and that recommendation for their 9 " 4 appointment will bo made. The first of M these is that of tho Hon. Alvin Saun- dors to bo a member of the Utali com- H j mission. Tho Nebraska delegation bo * _ V \ camo satisfied that no citizen of No * ] braska oxcopt Governor Saunders would Hi stand a possible chance for appointment HJ to this very eligible and lucrative posi- jH 'Hon. ' This conclusion was arrived at Bj after a thorough canvass of tho situa- _ H * > tion and interviews with a number of H | prominent politicians in close associa- Hj tion with tho administration. It was Hi felt that tho office was one...

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 — 22 March 1889

H H • • > - I fit gggook lUfoy. H ' By F. M , KIMMELL. H Official City and County Paper. W Affairs in West Virginia nro likely 1 to grow very interesting. The republi- H can members of the legislature have do- 1 eided not to obey the call of Gov. Wil- H son fqr an extra session , denying his " right to the title and power. What the M democrats will do to offset this has not H yet been settled but lively times may be M expected beforo the affair is settled. B The Now Jersey Legislature-has made fl a mistake in repealing the local option W portion of the high license bill passed M by the last Legislature. It is in line m with the theory of popular government H to allow communities to regulate the m liquor question for themselves , and the fl plan has been attended with satisfac- M tory results wherever it has been tested. H Judge Ney of Dubuque is a demo- B crat and he astounded his party friends m the other day in his charge to a grand W jury in which he impressed upon that W body...

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 — 22 March 1889

mrnmw - Hi ' 1 1 H H J14 * 'JVitop. Hnf * HS1 FRIDAY EVENING. MAKCH 22 , 1880. Hi A. McMILLEIN BflU Has now open a line H J , assortment of NEW Hi ' DESIGNS in H ; Wall Paper , Bs AND | DEIMTIOIS. Mi ALSO B H. & M. Tinted Leads l for house painting. H Please call and exam- Hlf amine my selection be ll fore purchasing. m Iff A. McMILLEN , KMP- * ' DRUGGIST , IV McNEELY BLOCK. McCOOK. H IF YOU"WANT ! Mj A Farm Loan , to get Insured , or have Hi any Real Estate to Sell or Exchange IB for Merchandise or other Personal Prop- H ) erty , go to Bj F. L BROWN. H ] Tribune Building. D ; SPRING STYLE PRINTS. | | { We have just opened 2 cases new | KJ prints. They are selling fast Come HI ' and get our prices on. prints and Wmf muslin. Call for Lonsdale Fruit of the I ) ! ' Loom or Hope Muslin. Bfi | J. C. ALLEN & CO. ' ' HI' ' Hf j City Drug Store. K" Remember Noble for groceries. M ? Noble for superb hanging lamps. Hpj Go to Noble for your family groceries. k Pade & Son's is the p...

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 — 22 March 1889

I I JHE POCKET'S ' COFFERS. fls 'Do Witt Talmage Gives a Desbrlp- t j tlve Sermon on tho "Wrong B Uses of Money. " fl • "Thousands Congregate to Hoar tho H I Rev. Dlvlno. H J 'The Pilthy Lnore of This Land is Expend- fl I * * r ed in a Bank Manner. ' BnqoKLTx , March ! 10. At tho Tabcrnaclb Hi I ' Is morning , she thousand voices BUpport- fl J < d by organ and cornet , rolled out the hymn m | beginning : • fl J ' Werthlnlc the victory won , H T Noronco at case sit down ; H J Thlno arduous work will not l > ed" ne H g Till thou .hast got tliy crown. H I Tho Eov. T. Do Witt Talmufro , D. D. , fl I .preached tho sermon. His subject was , I * * ' Wrong Uses of Money , " and his text , I 1 'Timothy vl , 0 : "Thoy that wlll.be rich fall H I 3aCo temptation and a snare , and into many B I ifoalish and hurtful lusts , which drown men fl -in destruction and perdition. " H J That is tho Niagara Falls over which H > rush a-multitude of souls , namely thedeter- B . ininntion to have mo...

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 — 22 March 1889

mmmmmY HHV' IfK K frvleStiffness - fl " ,0 At Dkuogirtr and PEAtras. Hfl THE CHARLES A. VOOELCR CO. , CiWrnoro. Ml n- - , _ _ _ Bl Diamond Vera-Cura II v FOnDVHpEl'MIA. Hfl ' } A POSITIVE CUItE FOR 1HDIHK3T10N' AND ALL Bl1 fctoinsc i Troubles Arising Tlierefrom. Ifl Your Ih'upgltt or General DeaXtr ulll pet Vera. mfl Otrnf > r j/oh ( f wot already tit itoct , or it xclll be tent l fl | * H' "in" on i cW/ 0/23 ct * . S to * 1100) in stamps smmY ' iample tent on tecetpt ofi-cent Hump , Hfl THE CHAIiLKS A. VOOKLERCO. . Baltimore , Md. H SIGKHEABAOHij fADTSTB@ heeIlftleIMIIs.I ssssssss | wilBlil failV trcaKfrojiiDyHpQpsla.Iit.M Bl HIWI r < digestionatulTooKcarljSJ Hfl " iLfc Eating. A perfectrotn-H H EI I jff P * Pi edy forDizzliiPBx.NAiiReaH 9 H B Wbh Drowsiness , Dad Tost * ! Hfl , Its nmsn ln tho Mouth. CoatedB Hfl I fcf lBLIo Sl. Tongue.Paiti in the Side.H Mfl / El MB TORPID LIVER. Tbejl HaW KBBKFl B rcjrnlato tho Bowels.H BaV flBSBKsSB Purely Vegetable. 9 HS ' • Price 25 Cent...

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 — 22 March 1889

* ' " Br s ; \ ' . , t * l Kf _ _ , . B _ , 1 ; > : 'i B ? a l l ' lf B I * g gl W Wl 'ea | | M | | B > Wfrsj j 1 I _ W _ * W _ * W _ V y % W M | BB mg BPBf * * % . Bf ' Below we quote a few prices 021 staple I goods for the benefit of those who are toeing t misled toy the delusive and silly advertise- I > ments of some merchants who claim to re- I tail groceries at 25 per cent , toelow credit \ stores. | f Mb _ Hk BBBM. _ M. H H _ _ _ S " - - BBv _ _ HEt HF _ IS _ MT _ k Hr _ _ l > " ' : If 12 lbs. Best Granulated Sugar , $1.00 w1211)8. . Extra , "C" Sugar , 1.00 i ; , 1411)S. Golden "C" Sugar , : 1.00 ! / ' ' ' 3 libs. Touiatoes , per can , 10 I' ' * 7' , 2 lbs. Gooseberriesper can , 10 C / tj. 3 lbs. California Fruit , per can , , . 20 * * l-i 2 lbs. Black Berries , per can , : . .8 % * ' " & * * 2 lbs. Sweet Corn , per can. 8 % K , ' Sardines in Oil . * . 05 ' i * * ; ? ' Sardines in Mustard , 10 t ' . " Choice Table Peaclies , 16 % H State Baking Powder , per ca...

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 — 29 March 1889

Mtrl I ijiu . . I r.lllTTTlTl-lTrrn ' . T" ' " 'T ' ' ' ' " ' " , l" , ltra"M" " " * * ' " " ' ' J , ' " " " .inn ii .nin1n.i..iii. m jh MMJUfciMii , n iiiinni imj ' ' III Mj MMt i a Mi I I ! " f - ' - ' i- - -TrnTmrTffir H M H' ' I If * . " ' . W ® hcl"Jllc 00k , - " ® ribttnc.H J 1 [ VOLUME VII. " , McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY EVENING , MARCH 29 , 1889. NUMBER 44 % M B ] l' . - , r ' _ , _ . „ _ : H H - WE ARE I DETERMINED In - To double our cash trade for 1889 , and in order H . f to make it an inducement for every one to trade HP -with us , offer to cash customers the following I . LIST OF PRIZES Hp 1 Side Bar Top Buggy , worth - $140.00 H | \ 1 Road Cart , - - 40.00 H Y 6 Sets Rogm's'silver plated Knives Hi y and Forks , at $7.50 per set , - . 45.00 H 5 Prizes $5.00 worth of Hard- ware each , - 25.00 50 One year's subscription to the I "Western Plowman , " a first- class agricultural paper , at $1 , 50.00 63 Prizes , worth - $30a.00 H -i. Each one Buying good...

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 — 29 March 1889

I • • THE M'COOKTBIBTJflE. HI F. M. KIMfflTBLI * Publisher. B ' * McCOOK , j NEB. J ABOUT IEBRASKA. H Sheridan county has the only fe- H male dopnty sheriff in the state in the Hj person of Mrs. E. X Rosecrans. wife oi Hg" ' the sheriff , whoso appointment has been E approved bythe county commissioners. H | At "Wahoo a young man named H a George Hazlett attempted to board an H I oast-bound freight train whilo in mo- H tion , but missed his hold and fell be- H < tween tho cars. Tho trhcols of one car H ' passed over his legs below the knees , H , mangling them in such a manner as to H | render amputation necessary. His H , chances for recovery are doubtful. H Burglars entered the store of J. H , Olnej , at Norfolk , and stole $300 worth H , offfoods. H 1 The town board of Ohiowa has H j agreed to pass an ordinance compelling H J all lot owners to plant at least three B § shade trees in front of each lot. H I There are ten prisoners confined in m I the Gage county jail. ( M I The H...

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 — 29 March 1889

MISCELLANEOUS WASHINGTON MATTERS. Ill nets of Mrs. Harriottotnhtatlons Soon to He Sent In. Washington special : Mrs. Harrison's present illness has called nttontion to the unhealthfulucss r.ud inadeqnacj' of tho whito honso , ond 1ms aroused pub lic sentiment horo in favor of a now ox- ecutivo mansion. Tho white house has miserable plumbing , and the sewer gases can bo tasted on a foggy day in any part of the building. Then tho house is too small. There are but five "bed rooms in it , and when tho presi dent and his wife havo a fow relatives visiting them , as at present , they are • crowded. There is sufficient parlor room , probably , but this must bo given to tho publio and could not bo utilized by a domestic family , as it is alone , tho ground floor being cut off from tho other part of tho buildiug. Three or lour times during tho past decade tho senate has adopted lulls making appro- ' priations for the construction of a family residence for the president. Tho sum named for the...

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 — 29 March 1889

iiHP i ' _ _ - iiiE ° J # " - - > ' ' r _ < t ? " J tt&SS L 4ifw : _ • " - ' s. _ - . iiiiiH i - } fit JfttCMfc lUfog * * I By F. M. KIMMELL. _ _ _ | I * Official City and County Paper Odb own Patrick Egan of Lincoln goes m minister to Chill. ] John Bright , the omlnout British BtatBinan | § w"t passed to his llnal Account , Wednesday. H 1 "HEPJa' .SENXATlvB LAIRD * WOS OUt Oil th ( H if Btrcets again to-day , " Bays tbo Omaha Deo a mm m Wednesday. H | The president has Issued his proclamatioi H 0 opening the Oklahoma lands to settlement oi M | tho 23d of April. H I Minister to Great Britain : Ilouort T. Lin H § coin. To Germany , Murat Halslcad. Russia H I IlalbertThorndylioElco. To France , White law Bold. To Austria , Fred D. Grant. Six thousand colored men have lert Nortl Carolina and twenty thousand others aro pro I paring to follow them. A convention has beet callod with a view to removing every blacl man from the state. They are going weBt o tho Mississippi river. H...

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 — 29 March 1889

' i i n i ihi ' tw wi niiia T.ii \ w i i > W ] mTWi i "T"ji inii-iin m- Fl * M mk JVita ? * . ( P * FMDAY EVENING. MAItCII 29 , 1880. II : | § * A. McMILLEN jfe Has now open a fine SIL assortment of NEW f | ; DESIGNS in It Wall Paper , AND P I DECORATIONS. lit- • ALSO * K H. < fc M. Tinted Leads K" . for house painting. fjgp Please call and exam- .jj4 | amine my selection be- jfiPV fore purchasing. Bt' A. McMILLEN , ffifL DHUGQIST , WZv McNEELY BLOCK. McCOOK. Mr IF YOU WANT ! K- : | HF v A Farm Loan , to get Insured , or have mE- - * - ' any Real Estate * ° Se" or Exchange Mf for Merchandise or other Personal Prop- Er ; ' - erty , go to & * F. L BROWN. Kg , Tribune Building. Ifislk' IIE "Celebrated" | BF DUNLAPHATS. , fi&r Sold only at THE FAMOUS. j Ilk Cur Drug Store. P& _ - Remember Noble for groceries. v " Noble for superb hanging lamps. Wst'/ ? ' ' ® ° * ° Noble for your family groceries. ( iJHa Pade & Son's is the place to buy Fur- - , H fL ' niture. ImP N...

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 — 29 March 1889

Vvi " < Bff THE LITTLE WHITE HEARSE. Bfj james wnrrcosm iulev. Hl v .As tho littlo whito hoarso went glimmering 9R Tho man on tho coal cart jerked his lines , H And smutted tho lid of olther eye , S - ' And turned and stared at tho business 1 Bicrns ; 9 § And tho street car driver stopped and 91 beat 9 ft His hands on his shoulders and pared H } up street 9 Till his o.yo on the long track reached H ( tho sky y As tho little whito hcarso wont Rllm- 91 moriug by. HD As the littlo whito hcarso went glimmering k * y Rt A stranger potted a ragged child H ! n the crowded walk , and sbo know not J why , Hfi And ho gave her a coin for tho way sho K3 smiled ; 3 And a bootblack thrilled with a pleas- 91 ul * ° strange 9. ! As a customer garo back his change H J With a kindly Hand and a grateful sigh , d As tho littlo whito hoarse went glim- 91 moring by. 91 As the littlo white hcarso wont glimmering ' 1 by 2 A man looked out of a window dim , H j And his cheeks wero wet and his heart was R...

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 — 29 March 1889

in whwwmm nainwiw iiawwwywMWiiiiiiiiiii * ii g I o Oralm of Bait P I . A hay finding a beggar-boy at hei fe t oor garo him a meal , of coffee , meat , m * nd broad and butter , which he sat L down in the area to eat. A momonfc nf § rtorward , however , ho rapped besocch- | § " " in&ly at the door again , and on its bo- K ing opened romarlccd with liis ] > and | g upon his heart , "If I had but a little § fe f Bait 1 should bo perfectly happy. " IW Of courso ho got the suit. . < " f Human nature i always lacking some- fe , * , thing. Oftentimos it wore bettor of ; Kf f • without ita wishes , yet it is universally " ' r" i conceded that no permanent en oymeiI } > ' , I can bo had without the savor of health , * rI "which keeps good cheer fresh and pro t _ f serves and sweetens life for tho fnturc. * . * The great , ruddy farmer pines be- * t cause he has not won fnmo or position. % I Tho famous man longH for the -fy jr t health of tho sturdy farmer. iU I The grain of suit...

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 — 29 March 1889

W ' - mi . .BUM . - r i - i - : ; > - - JU ' - > J \ 1 ' - ' - - . . . ; , _ , , , - , . . „ „ , „ , ; . . . ' ' ' * . ' * ' * * * * * ' " : ' " r. . * i # - ' * * - . ' v * * # s v ir K 1 - 'jt' . * v- t tm jf Jr. H am- " ' I AH EYE # 1ER ! H Below we quote a few prices on staple H goods for the benefit of those who are tie- B : ing misled by the delusive and silly adver- I tisements of some merchants who claim to H retail groceries at 25 per cent , below credit stores. I COMPARE PRICES. H 12 lbs. Best Granulated Sugar , $1.00 „ H 12 lbs. Extra "C" Sugar , 1.00 B - 14 lbs. Golden "C" Sugar , 1.00 H 3 lbs. Toniatoes , per can , 10 H' 4 2 lbs. Gooseberries , per can , 10 H 3 lbs. California Fruit , per can , 20 H 2 lbs. Black Berries , per can , . .8 % B • ' ; : 2 lbs. Sweet Corn , per can , § % H ? 7 Sardines in Oil 05" ' H Sardines in Mustard , - .10 B * * ; " Choice Table Peaches. 16 % H V State Baking Powder , per can , . .40 I < . DRY GOODS , CL0THM& & , HATS AN...

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 April 1889

H B ' * i. " " • ' - • - - ; ' " " . V > ' * ' * * " * * " " % * • V * * ' " t ' . - " * " - - • > " " - . ' "LL ' ' " . " " JTmiiwn i -i.u .i i jinn i i m unit ii. hn IWH , . jjc ? * v * * ' " ' • ' J. ' " " " , t- * ' ' . * " ' ' ' . J . JfT * ' • * " 5i Hjf1- IBB . . mm . H , - , - - t , D VOLUME VII. - MeCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY EVENING , APRIL 5 , 1889. NUMBER 43. JB j . - - - y. _ 1 _ i _ _ _ . ' _ . . . ' . iimiiiim ' i ' - " - . - , _ • - . . b9i | H WE ARE | DETERMINED H To double our cash trade for 1889 , and in order Hj r . to make it an inducement for every one to trade HL "with us , offer to cash customers the following I LIST OF PRIZES H 1 Side Bar Top Buggy , worth - $140.00 B 1 Road Cart , - " - 40.00 H 6 Sets Rogers'silver plated Knives H and Forks , at $7.50 per set , - 45.00 K 5 Prizes $5.00 worth of Hard- Si ware each , - - " 25.00 50 One year's subscription to the m "Western Plowman , " a first- B class agricultural paper , at $1 , 50.0...

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