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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 5 April 1889

Lil M i' * " . , _ Hff * " " ' * " _ _ H - _ _ _ THE M'COOK TBIBUNE. HR F. HI. KinntKLL , FnMUher. Bl iMoCOOK , NEB. I ABOUT NEBRASKA. B For the Benefit el Ex-Soldl.r- . | House bill No. 142 , as passed by the BL' ien to and house , is as follows : V Seotioa 1. That the county board of H the aovoral counties of this state are B hereby anthorized to levy in addition to H the taxes now levied by law , a tax not H | exceeding three-tenths of one mill upon Hi tho taxable property of their respective w comities , to bo levied and collected as HE now provided by law for the assessment K andcollection of taxes , for the purpose H of creatine a fund for the relief and for Hi funeral expenses of honorably dis- B charged indigent union soldiers , sailors HI/ ? and marines , and tho indigent wives , HE widows and minor children not over 14 years of age in the case of boy a , and not H | over 16 years of ago in the caso of girls , Hfj of suoh indigent or deceased union sol- HI diers , sailora a...

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 April 1889

i 1 * -v * f - . | i ii . . . . . - - i i . . _ _ • - jft 10WE0 HIMSELF OUT WITH 921,000. A Denver JBanlt President Victimised Out J t ef a large Sum. "f Denver diapatcU : Tlio boldest and 1' ttosfc successful bank robbery ever re ported in tlio west was perpetrated upon \ - the First National bank at 2 o'clock this p * ( afternoon , bywhich the robber suc- ' 5 -ceeded in getting away with $21,000. The cashier of the bank in an interview with an Associated Press reporter after * the robbery , gavo the following account : " * Yesterday morning a well dressed man , light moustache and complexion , and of medium height , walked into the bank and asked where ho could see Moflatt , the president of tho bank. Lewis in- [ ' formed him that ho could see Moflhtt , who is also president of tho Denver & Rio Grando railway , at the president's } - -office in tho Cheesman block. Nothing more was seen or heard of tho stranger "until this morning , when he ontored tho S1 ' railway office and a...

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 April 1889

V / JM j * " m .ii i i ii | T ' ' " "hn II Mil I ii ill il ! rr 1 1. , _ j I m ± . yu. - "b&t C. " ' . . ± " / , , ' ' " - , . " , , * • - - M iffi i 1 Ii Iflll T Ii1W i i i l" i 7 - H f . i i i. i..I . , , - . fit Jfltgrofc IVitny * . Hj By F. M. KIMMELL. m Official City and County Paper. B In closing up tho saloons on Sunday , H tbo mayor of Omaha is entitled to the m respect and support of all lovers of law Hf and decency. Hj Those Omaha papers who aro fight- H ing the Mayor for closing the saloons Hf on Sunday are simply exceeding the Hl limit of decency , and exhibit an amaz- Hj' ingly low degrde of morality. It is Hf simply infamous that a metropolitan Hj , daily , in this day , would pursuo such a f course. H | There is to be another international Hb yacht race this autumn , and our Eng- 1 lish cousins having plucked up enough BI courage to challenge the winner of the B America's cup. The earl of Dunraven E has sent the challenge and the sport Hj loving people of both cou...

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 April 1889

< ? * * * 3 * * ' aJ ' . 't1111 V" ' 'IH I il'JuW < N I fW < "WWI H | l lll | il | LI 1 * I. J.liw'iaJ ' * lyfl1 | P'W- - ' , > 5 T * * f > * " * " " - / ' v 'f ' ' ' 7- FKIDAY EVENING.APIUL 8 , 1880. ' P A. MoMILLEN ( Mft Has now open a fine SR1 assortment of NEW ' mk' DESIGNS in w Wall Paper. ( P. AND ' IB- also m . H. & M. Tinted Leads ( L- for house painting. jjiv Please call and exam- ( M. . - amine my selection be1 ijjfeH fore purchasing. 1 K A. McMILLEN , ' as DuuaGisT , ] R McNEELY BLOCK. McCOOK. I | r. • IF YOU WANT ! jp. A Farm Loan , to get Insured , or have Jp' . . any Real Estate to Sell or Exchange & ' ' for Merchandise or other Personal Prop- 'm r erty , go to fee F. L. BROWN. Iw J - > Tribune Building. If " The "Celebrated" W DUNLAP HATS. ' • * ' , Sold only at THE FAMOUS. City Drug Stoiie. ! i Remember Noble for groceries. II * , v & * , Noble for superb hanging lamps. fcPade & Son's is the place to buy Fur ls' ' niture. ' • New goo...

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 April 1889

A * * 999999 a 9H . 1&1 . - * . . . - * . , < . . . . * 7' , "i ii.A ' - . < ir. . . . . , < . * . . . . - - > . B iSr : * • * ' * ' ' - 99lr - 4 ' - * " " 'v * X * . * - I " " * 99 99T * " ' ' J ' ' ' i * i r - iiiST-imi K * Av NARROW VALE. B ? nOBERT G. INGKItSOLL. 9 B Xilfo Is a narrow valo botwoon tho cold 991 And barren peaks of two eternities. 991 Wo strive in vain to look beyond tho 91 heights. j Vc cry aloud ; the only answer 99J Is tho echo of our wailing cry. Mj From tho voiceless lips of the unroplying 991 dead Thoro comes no word : but in the night of . , death 9 | Hope sees a star , andilistctitng love can 991 hear * 991 Thorustloof awing. • 99J These myths wore born of hopes and fears 99 § and tears , 1 -And smiles ; und thoy wore touched and 991 colored 99J By a11 there Is of Joy and grief between 991 ' The rosy , dawn of birth aud death's sad 9H night. j They clothed ovon tho stars with passion , 99J And gave to gods the fuults nnd frailties 991 Of th...

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 — 5 April 1889

ft ' II ! * Do what . yon ran when you cannot ! do wlmtyim wnnlil. , Waruor's Lop Cabin PIVASTEBB. will immediately relievo tin * pnin in your buck ; then look for tho catiuo of it. iL'iy it. lt ( roMlltle Elflulit < U * Illicit Wnllo. r In * i number or testsapplied to miison- ry , ni'cording to Prof. Bnkci * of Illinois > „ Hiiivci-Mty , piers of ordinary brick and If * common Jimo mortar stood n pressure of 'j ' | n liltlo over 1,000 pound * i > or xqunro P inch ; which is equal to tho weight of n V' ,1 column of brick 2,000 feet Irish , with I ordinary Portland cement mortar tho I i.lrength was somowhat. mow than 2,000 I * pounds per squaro inch , or thoweight | „ nf u column of brick masonry 55,000 foot I SakesYouHungry "I have used ralno'a Celery Compound and It has bad a salutary effect. It Invigorated | -v tlie system and I tfiji * $ feel like a now n Jr&Ij t man * II lmProvcs sJYffifls In the appetite and I /jLf&ffln. Jr facilitates dlges- I / sf it linfif ...

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 — 5 April 1889

IVy / " * * _ ii ia .L- . . . -J > ' . ; " . A. - * T/ " " ' ' - ' _ ' , " " > " * ! > 1 > r ; i > i • - i S3 Ji * feiiiAw fJSii < S3vi _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ' " . " . . " ' ' " . . ' . ' " ' vjKr " " " ' ' ' " " 7 - m r T-/.r. : : j'T _ _ _ HF HFI 1 FfflSl Hill LiteCi. H = DEALERS IN = 1 LUMBER ! K" Sash , Doors , Blinds , Lime , Cement , HAED AND SOFT COAL. _ _ _ _ _ rJ I flu McCool Loan ami Till Co. B OF McCOOK , NEB. HI ' " ' PAID UP CAPITAL " - $100,000.00. Hi Makes First Mortgago Farm Loans. Applications for Farm Loans Wanted. . Hl. Money paid soon as papers completed. Money advanced to mako proof. 1 A. CAMPBELL , President. B. M. FREES , 1st Vice President. . ffr GEO. HOCKNELL , Sec. & Treas. S. L. GREEN , 2d Vice President. K E. C. BALLEW , Manager. H , _ - _ T OFFICE IN FIRST NATIONAL BANK. I H. KAPKE , I Iim MERCHANT TAILOB , M KEEPS A LARGE , COMPLETE LINE OF I ; Imported ® omestic Goods H • / WILL MAKE YOU TO ORDER : FINE BUSINESS SUITS $2S i ...

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 — 12 April 1889

KKKf S SSB ! ! ' ' fmm''mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm mmmmKKKK _ i 'mrsvtm i m mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm\ . % ' * * - * - - „ % > * - -wafer * SrlT- ' - = • * fi i : " • . ' ® fc ' - "Jtlc o0fe : ® ribtttte.- ' - ' i * t • * ' • y ' • ! # * • . , . . - I - - - - • > I .5 - -I- I t VOLUME VII. MeCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY EVENING , APRIL 12 , 1889. NUMBER 46. I" V THE 'JEWEL' I Gasoline Stove ! 1 " Is the Finest in the Land. " p J lR V ' " , Hlliyw lMrtlO ItWWWWWMWW. . . ! l. . . . . . . - . . - . . . - - ' ' { A ' ' , US , AND ' * kf \ . OF ' . SO ' / > Hf . ! tlL * * -you' / . * * ' WE * ; " ALL ' " * jf SAY - * • WILL- | ! SO ' SAY I When you have used one. I' - ' It is a Marvel of Simplicity. Quickness , Force 1 and Economy. Ij I We Kiss It Good-Bye When We Sell It , As | | ' It Will Not Return In if " " ? " tSy If Qt > 5 * • KI If E " % . jCM * . | | Xi I - P. S. It makes Gasoline bill 2B per cent. . smaller and costs no more than othes ...

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 — 12 April 1889

HHHHK hYhY9 HYhYATH * TWO LITTLE OLD LADIES. " - r hyhyht H > Tm > little old ladies , ono grave , one pay , K In tho sclf-samo cottage lived day by day , i ' ° qo > " ] & uot bo happy , "because , " she Hv said , K * 'So many "children , wore hungry for Hfr . ndshereallyliadnottho heart to smile , H | < When tho world was so wicked all tho i while. Hi * Tho other old lady smiled all day lone , H { 8ho knitted , or sowed or crooned a song. K fho had not timo to be sad she said , II when hungry children woro crying for r thread. Hh So . sho.baked and knitted and gave away , And declared'the world grew hotter each H day. B9 'Two littlo old ladies , one grave , ono gay : . HHj .JSow which do you think chose the wiser 1 way ! E St. Nicholas. 1 oufTrobin. . HI ] * CHAPTER III ( Continued ) i * "What an awful woman ! " exclaims Hj > "Robin. "I hope , for all our sakes , it Wkf is not tho formidable Aliee that wo Heo Hp ponder. " If ; * 4Nb , " I respond , with a vague s...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 12 April 1889

TTiiMwSiiitfiliiVi T " ' I IN OLD AGE ? | 5 ? . tOJ " * am now sxl > ' 'nine" • V ' JJ ! Zf years old , and have tried ' { " i j several remedies , but f /\n none had any effect un- Y I fWl til I used Paine's Celery if * ( ' 'il3'FV Compound. I feel en- T / A'VVw " din"cnt for tc ! fi / lo Vt | h ° rt time I have used it. , ' | | \ | Ok/ ] / * can wa"c "early < \ \ I w/j / straight , sleep sound and " , [ Ty . I H well , and feel as though 11 / / V II there was new life and / \J I V ll cncr y coming into my i . | Vy 7 T whole system. " II. My- - * UUS , Cleveland , Tenn. 1 Paine's Celery Compound I ' ' Strengthens and builds up the old , and cures their infirmities. Rheumatism , indi- ! gestion and nervousness yield quickly to the curative power of Paine's Celery Com pound. $ l per bottle. Six for 5. At druggists. Wells , Richardson & Co. , Burlington.Vt. * roec nnnv of directions for using Diamond 1 I rfttC til/UK pyq , Atkyourdntggtrtforit. i\ if 1 MnTMTcn ennn the but f...

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 — 12 April 1889

- mMmwBlmkWwSiZi&A 7sg * c i . 1" It By F. M. KIMMELL. I Official City and County PaperT Hs v There are a trifle over ten million l acres of cultivable land in tho Oklahoma HI country and about half a million pcr- f sons ready to jump it. Tho man who H | succeeds in capturing a quarter section m will have enough material on hand to HB stock a private cemetery. B The patriotic little city of Creston , mm la. , displayed flags the other day at half Bg mast , and put on all the paraphernalia of woo , because of a report which reach ed there to the effect that ex-President ! Cleveland had been assassinated by tho _ _ colored porter of a Pullman car , be- Kj tween JNew York and Philadelphia. HE' ' * " " " * " * * K TnE legal complications developed in K ] the recent Chicago elections Alls the I * democrats with consternation and the K republicans with joy. Thore is no rea- HMi son to doubt that the "ins" will utilize mfr ; every known means to hold on to ofBce m ] and reverse the ver...

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 — 12 April 1889

* * ' ' " " " ' " " " , , , < . . Big - ; i > " * - > -nrlVt ! Mlrft ; lly.nl ; if * * i f _ _ . jj'f THE IfCOOK TRIBUNE. ISf ; F. ia. KimtltlBliL , rnl > H lior. jjt McCOOK , i : : : NEB. I ABOUT NEBRASKA. if : Hall's Maximum Tariff Bill. U- * The maximum tariff bill for the rega in lation of local freight rates , as amended 11 by the author , was passed by a vote of & i 61 to 83. The bill fixes a legal olassifl- I f cation of freight , being substantially jlj 1 the sumo as what is known as tho west- l& ' , ' orn classification. Bootion G contains tho essence of the bill , and as amended fr reads as follows : ii ; Section C. That the board of trans- . I portation are hereby empowered and di- " rected to reduoe the rates on any class _ " or commodity in tho schedulo of rates - fixed in this act. and to revise and % * change said oaesification ? of freight , as k hereinbefore in this act established , so to work a reduction in any rate , whenever it shall seem } i...

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 — 12 April 1889

Bf , r ° ri in , ± z ll tl * Jfttfufc JVtttqn. - * If 'V * . • - ' | J& > - FBIDAY EVENING. APRIL 12 , * 1860. If - . - A. McMILLEN ' E / _ i t\ - Has now open a fine I v ' " • assortment of NEW II DESIGNS in - I Wall Paper , K - AND | DECORATIONS. ill- ALSO III \ ! ; - H. & M. Tinted Leads I | 1 * ; ; 'for * house painting. ' * t If # Please call and exam- | 1 | " amine my selection be ll * fore purchasing. Ill ' A. McMILLEN , Wm\ ' -DBUGGIST , KS | * McNEELY BLOCK. McCOOK. If- / IF YOU WANT ! IS/ A FarlT1 L ° an' * ° 3et 'nSUred ' 0r aVe jE- any Real Estate to Sell or Exchange Mf ' * Iff' for Merchandise or other Personal Prop- ft ? irly > 90 to p F. L. BROWN. | j | Tribune Building. | r Farmers and Tree Planters. " Look well to your interests. W. F. St \ \ Wright , proprietor of the Silver Fruit kl Farm and Nurseries of Johnson , Nemaha j' county , Nebraska , will have a car load U of first-class stock of varieties adapted to the Nebraska climate "True to B Name" an...

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 — 12 April 1889

! m mmmmr mmmm mmlmmmmWmmMwmMm * -s * * ' * ' * BPBiBttvWmli sLi _ _ I . 0W ENTRIES OF LAND MAY IE MADE- B ! . , 4Pro | ( o eftheZato to Which the Allen- Bt ' * "OH o/tfedl t * and Bailor * is Especially Bf > ilrfcted. BB-r = r Washington dispatch : Tho commis- f sionor general of tbo land office , with B , tho approval of Secretary Ndble , ha B .issued to the registers and receivers of B ' " " 0 tne newly established land offices in B 'Oklahoma a letter of instructions , B "which is of ' special interest to persons H 'desiring to settle in that territory. The BB. unost important features of tho letter f sare the following : B All except reserved lands are made B subject to entry by actual settlers under BB the homestead laws with certain modifi- Bm : 'Cations , Attention is directed to tho Hj general circular of January 1 , 1880 , Hf , ' 'Containing tho homestead laws , and tho BK official regulations thereunder. These mm lawn and regulations are modified by m special provisions...

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 — 12 April 1889

BBB > MMEgJMBMWBWMBB > MBiatartBrtMMi L -i - 2 l-- JL.x " " " . _ _ . , VK HBSx . .mJ , . _ . . , . . , , . ' MyWt mm iiiti iiim .ill ii ijn mm i i a i i i ! < i ' ' i i i i i i i i • * - - - r F " * , , . < r , M - ' . ' * - . . * . PS' - ! rt * > - j.j K • * * * - - j ; v r I He Frees & Hoetil Lnier Co. I. DEALERS IN = = L LUMBER ! + Sash , Doors , Blinds , Lime , Cement , f HAED AJSTD SOFT COAL. - fie McW Loan id Trust Co. * . OF MeCOOK , NEB. h PAID UP CAPITAL , - $100,000.00. M • j Makes First Mortgage Farm Loans. Applications for Farm Loans Wanted. Money paid soon as paperB completed. Monoy advanced to make proof. -Z A. CAMPBELL , Pucsident. B. M. FREES , 1st Vice Pbesiocnt. ! § ; GEO. HOCKNELL , Stc. & TntAs. S. L. GREEN , 2d Vice PncsmcHT. -A E. C. BALLEW , Manager. ? ' W OFFICE IN FIRST NATIONAL BANK. in a B etanaiii n 11 i 11 b ombp " H. KAPKR , i hade mm mm , KEEPS A LARGE , COMPLETE LINE OP jiftporied ® oiitesttc &oods ' I WILL MAKE YOU TO ORDE...

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 — 19 April 1889

W " " " ' ; ' • ' " ' ' ' ' ' * " " - - * " - - > * - > - - - ' - ' " " " " " ' " ' * " " " ' " • " - v - " - -r-- ' "y"1 " ' " ' " - ' l v ; ; - - rrft- . . r'nf ; - 'y r r "l ' , • • , " - " " ' = w - ' * - = , . . , . . . , , . . , * * • . < „ , , . . , . , _ ww „ s - * * T , , , r'H ' , , . , . , , * . „ - - r'- ii v H , . - " • • : r \j \ > | ; , . , . ; • ' e % : ' 'illt 00K- . / ' Iribtiitc.g ; , 1 . , . , , , , . . . , , , ' . . % 0 \ : - • " ' ' • ' ' ' ' . , ' , ' " " , . ' , , : , .zrr jj& b ; ' ' VOLUME VII. MeCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY EVENING..APRIL 19 , 1889. * ! NUMBER 47. t THE 'JEWEL' I Gasoline Stove " Is the Finest in the Land. " i , ' ' \ ; * * „ , + * , ; + + . * + ? . . * + + * . . * * . . . * ? : * * * + . * * * + * * * * * * . * * + * * * . , , . . , , , v. . - US , ' AND , V * . ' ' " ' ' " " ' | ' * all * : ; - you- .L' . . " " - : ; ' . - • we v---5l S % - ALL i ; SAY - • : / . WILL SO. SAY When you have used one. [ It is...

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 — 19 April 1889

HmKJ , IV , . * „ - . „ ' , V „ . ' ' " 'yr ' iT , : ; ; , . : , ' - .r. . , - - ; lr. - - .lr. - - , - ; , a * THE M'COQK TRIBUNE. H F. M. KISlIHELt , PublUlier. B McCOOE , : NEB. I 'ABOUT KEBBASKA. H Proclsmailon Dy the governor. H To tiib People of Nebraska : Tho H President of the United States has des- H ignated Thursday , tho 80th day of the H present month , as a day of thanksgir- H in ? and praise to Almighty God for his H | countless blessings bestowed upon the H people of the American republic during H the first oontnry of its existonoe. It H may not be out of place for the under- H signed to supplement tho snmo to the H people of Nebraska , for both the nation H and the stato have unlimited cause for H gratitudo- Him who controls the af- H fairs of men and nations for having en- H abled thorn to reach their present ex- 1 alted position in the career of human H progress and enlightened civilization. M The 80th day of April will be forever H memorable , for it is the roundi...

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 — 19 April 1889

Hi J * • rj 1 • m ' It II PROBABLE DISASTER ON THE OCEAN. 1 ] A Steamer WW. 680 Patiengtr * Believe * la II Have Foundered * t Ij t uoonstown dispatch : Tlio Intnns I ' line steamer City of Chester , from Nen I vYork to Liverpool , which arrived here J to-day , roporta thnt April 8 she passed tho Damah steamer Danmark from m Christiana for Now York. Tho Dan- H mark had been abandoned by her crow. jf j , - Her stern was level with tho sea , and I ' ' -hor bow stood high out of water. She FI I was apparently sinking. Tho Danmari fl was a vessel of 2,200 tons , and belonged jf to tho Tliingvalla line. I Now York dispatch : A dispatch from R 1 London was received at tho maritime jm j exchange this morning saying the i steamer Danmark from Christians IJ was seen April 8 abandoned in mid- lu ocean. Sho is said to have 050 pas- II Bcngers on board , mostly Scandinavians. I ! Funch , Edyo & Co. , agonts of tho comI 11 * pany here , say they placo no reliance I' ' in tho dispatch , but 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 — 19 April 1889

" " " 'fr"f" ! : ' " " " , r ' " " , ' " " " ' " " " - * " - - - * - * WBiijiff r- t - - . - . . -iT- f . j It By "F. -KIMMELL , , > " ' ' J : i % . . Ii "addressing * the throne of grace , " ' > * it is as well to bo speciGo as to dwell M op "glittering generalities. " At the m' opening of the New York East confer- K - ence in Now Etaycn , tho other day , tho ' N , Rcv William Corbitt of Brooklyn , | v prayed for the presiding bishop , * wbo IS * the massiveness of his intellect , is > V * often stubborn and contrary , and with | whom we can notagrce. " k A. FAasiEit who has been experiment al 4 ing with a self-binder in the sedge grass J m the Misouri bottoms near Qumcy , J. * Ulhas found that wire | . - > can be made r > to take the place of twine and that the 'f \ later can be substituted for the former I f by means of a simple appliance which t $ can bo adjusted to any binder at a tri- | - fling expense. If this discovery is found i ; * to be of any practical imp...

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 — 19 April 1889

" 11 J ; < 11 Fl Jftcfnfc PM& I FltlDAY EVENING. APRIL 10 , 1885) ) . I J A. MoMILLEN I [ Has now open a line I assortment of NEW I ' DESIGNS in II [ \ Wall Paper , I DECORATIONS. AND 1 i ALSO Hy I' H. & M. Tinted Leads B' ' I for house painting. I [ | n Please call and exam- nj | I amine my selection be ll ! I fore purchasing. Bl 1 A. McMILLEN , 3 DRUGGIST , _ , MoNEELY BLOCK. McCOOK. Bf IF YOU WANT ! H' H'H H < t A Farm Loan , to get Insured , or have > \ any Real Estate to Sell or Exchange H i for Merchandise or other Personal Prop- I f erty , go to j F. L. BROWN. ! ' Tribune Building. = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = | | CASH ! CASH ! H [ i I / This is to notify our customers that m I I , . " we will adopt a strictly CASH system m , of business , May 1st , 1889 , also that B ; we will sell all goods at greatly rer M l , duced prices. We do this believing it H \ I will benefit our patrons as well as our- H [ 4 , \ [ selves. Our entire stock of Boots ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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