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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 10 May 1889

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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 — 10 May 1889

BBBBBJ U IT COST TOO MUOBi BaI l\ The9dItXpAfl ttco Which Befall OBo B \ | of tltn A Horn. H \l \ In tlin cnrly days of tho direct , tea H \ * * f mdo with Chinn , importers wero mix- H x , ions to sccuro tho cnrlicKfc cargoes of n H UrA J'0"'croP > H3 i ? w' i\ Tho fastest clipper fillips wero ongiiirrtl BBM . ' i , n * " ° hwlo. Groat hnsto in londinir BBm J tlipm was followed by a hot race to reach HJF J Now York first. H ; k.f , / Tho fiist cargo brought tho host price H f i ' Bn . ( lftr ° profltR. Tho succossfnl Cap- Hl i / * * ' "x wnR "Iways roMardod , so every * ) - ' S known aid to navigation was adopted. H ft Tho young captain of ono of Mr. BBa it Astor's clippers bought , on ono of his H fa trips , a new chronometer , and with its m m aid mado a qnick passage , and arrived H T first. Ho put tho priro of it into tho BBJ i | cxpeiiFO account of the trip , but Mr. BBl Astor threw it out , insisting thnt such H w an item of oxpnnso for new fanglcd 1 1 S notions could not ...

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 — 10 May 1889

II jft j * Jfttfrafc tVfap. itS I By F M > KIMMELL. • JII $25,000 Go Up in Flames. IS The Most Disastrous Conflagration j j in the Life of the Cit j § Five Business Houses Destroyed. fl ' Firo Department Does Good Service I K Under Many Disadvantages. M Early ( about 3 o'clock , ) yesterday 9 morning , the city was visited by a con- § | flagration , • which in less time than is re- 1 | quired to chronicle the facts , reduced [ I to ashes Lytle Bros. & Co. 's hardware lij ' store , J. D. Shahan's furniture and un- I I jfj . dertaking establishment , S. JL. Green's I ill building , J. A. Deitzer's ten-cent.store I ill aQd Smith & Bates' barber shop , all I H frame structures. I . IJ THE ORIGIN OP THE FIEE I It Seems to be enshrouded in more or I 1 less of doubt , at least there is a variety Iff • of expressed opinion on the subject ; but 1 If however that may be , in a space of 11II time almost incredibly brief , all five of lH * e aD0Ve structures , with contents , II J | ...

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 — 10 May 1889

A _ _ : ; H | iifi i 1 \ He Jflw * IVffie e. H \ FRIDAY EVENING. MAY 10,1839. n \ -u& A. McMILLEN I / i DRUGGIST. IW ' WalfTaper , J AND If DECORATMS.I I 1 Mixed Paints , Etc. B j MACHINE OILS OF ALL KINDS 1 J FOR farmers' use. / Hammocks , Base Balls , ' ( A. McMLLENj , H \ Druggist and Stationer , - M \ MCNEELY DLOCK. / IF YOU WANT ! HI A Farm Loan , to get Insured , or have Hj any Real Estate to Sell or Exchange H' for Merchandise or other Personal Propa H ! erty , go to | F. L BROWN. H | Tribune Building. H . , < CASH ! CASH ! H This is to notify our customers that . 1 we will adopt a strictly CASH system H of business , May 1st , 1889 , also that IB we will sell all goods at greatly re- | B ducedprices. 'Wo do this believing it H will benefit our patrons as well as our- Bi selves. Our entire stock of Boots apd B - - Shoes at cost. cost.WILCOX & FOWLER. . B . Bi Pony For Sale. B A handsome , "single-footer" pony. m Will be sold cheap. Call at this office , B at once. ...

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 — 10 May 1889

MFaBBMBJMfm aj--- - . . * . . - „ , , , , , J& * ' - - ' " ' " i ! bwP * PP * > WOm > into , jwwmmm H9F jjH r " " " ' * " ' ' " i . mw r " ! THE FCOOK TRIBUNE. 1 X F. M. KinjffELLt Publisher. 1j ( ' I f McCOOK , : : NEB. J ABOUT NEBRASKA. Hil * JIB * Sensalsnal , Sul1 I" Mfnden. BUSH Mindon special : One of tho most sen- 111 Rational civil , suits , over tried in this HiilM county is now in progress. It is entitled liw Edward B. Eckhard vs. Lillian 0. Erk- BH I liard. Mr. Eckhard.sao8 for o divproo Hfju Rn ttl ° cliildren , two little girls. A. H. In Bnrnett and M. A. Hnrtigonaro thelaw- l * * yers * 0E Mr * Eckhard , while Tanner & HS'K MoKinney and St. Clair & McPheeley Hifl , | . are lawyers for the defense. The suit is | K he more sensational because of the HS prominenco of. the parties interested. H 1 Si Mr : Eckhard has been manager of A. J. Ilffi Noimoyer Ss Co. 's lumber yards here for H | Bj about live years. . He is known as a HIS ' pleasant , genial and ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 10 May 1889

& " R " " " • " ' ' ' " " ' * " ' " " H \ THE NEW YORK CENTENNIAL BANQUET. H \ l'ltittlcnt Jlarrlton Jtupond * to the Toatt , 1 ' I " 37. United Mates. " U j At the centennial banquet in Now HflH < \ York on tho 80th , attended by a great Hh { V anf . ' " 'Minguishod men , President mm H" ) HarriB sL&isponded to the toast , "The BH > ' "United States , " as follows : H t/V "Mr. Prosidont and Follow Citizens. / H f * T should bo unjust to mysolf , and what B A , : is more serious , I should bo unjust to H .you if I did not , at this first and last op- H' portunity express to you the deep sense H' -of the obligation and thankfulness which H I feel for these many porsonaliand offi- Hi -cint courtesies which have been ex- H ( 'tended to mo since 1 camo to take part H in this celebration. ( Applause ) . Tho H -official representatives of tho Btate of Hk New York and of this great city liavo H attended me with the most courteous H kindness , omitting no attention that H . j ...

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 — 10 May 1889

' ' 1 = DEALERS IN 5 I LUMBER ! Bl ; | | Sash , Doors , Blinds , Lime , Cement , II HARD AND SOFT COAL. I ] ; f be McCook Loan ni Trust Co. H | * OF MeCOOK , NEB. I1 , AID UP CAPITAL , - $ 100,000.00 , B in ' " < ' Makes First Mortgage "Farm Loans. Applications for Farm Loans Wanted. . H iaj Money paid' soon aa papers completed. Money advanced to make proof. HlB \ A. CAMPBELL , President. B. M. FREES , 1st Vice President. . .fP ' GEO. HOCKNELL , Sec. & Treas. S. L. GREEN , 2d Vice President. Hf ? IP E. C. BALLEW , Manager. Hf § r jy OFFICE IN FIRST NATIONAL BANK. V I H. KAPKE , I Hill IB ? TAILOR , Kff ; i KEEPS A LAKGE , COMPLETE LINE OF Hy Imported jDotitestic uoods Hl / WILL MAKE YOU TO ORDER : FINE BUSINESS SUITS $28 11 GOOD SPBING OVERCOAT , . . $25 GOOD WORSTED SUITS , . . . . . $30 K | BUSINESS SUITS , Sack Coats , $25 TROUSERS , FROM $6 UPWARDS I Brl First Class Work and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Call and Examine Stock. Kjl STATIONERY. SCHOOL SUPPLIES H • SCHOOL BOOKS...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 17 May 1889

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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 — 17 May 1889

s s s s s sms s m * k km H THE M'COOK TRIBUNE. H P. ITI. KIITIITIIILL , PublUIier. V MoCOOK , ; NEB. H i i i ABOUT NEBRASKA. m Tho store of John Voboril at Lin- H wood , was broken into last week by H forcing the rear door , and a largo quan- M tity of tho best goods taken , consisting M of underwear , dress goods , etc. A hand 1 car was stolen from the Fremont , Elk- B - horn & Missouri Valley railroad depot , B and it is supposed tho thieves loaded it H with their booty and escaped. Nothing H is known as to who done tho deed. H A curiosity in the shape of a blind H oentaur , says the Sterling Bun , was the H property of Mr. Hugh Oingles last H week , until he tired of ita terrible do * H fortuity , cut its jugular vein and let it H bleed to death. It was a colt , born H without any front legs and no eyes. It H clambered around on its hind logs ev- H ery where , inul there is no tolling what H it would have grown into if allowed to H live , but it was a fearful spoctaclo. H Tho...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 17 May 1889

m H } INTER-STATE COMMERCE WORKINGS. B Chauncey M. Tirpeio Appears Jtrfare tttt H Senate Investigating Committee. H. ' Now York special ; Ohauncoy M. Do * m pew was tho first witness examined by m • tho Ronnto committee , which is investi- H N Tr ? ! < ? RtlnS tuo working of interstate corn * * 11 v I morco. Tho witness gavo his opinions I life- on * u0 Tror nffB ° * the interstate com- MfllfJ lJ snorco law , and to the question as to Hf Wiwhat amendment ho would suggest to H * * * ' " - tho present intorstato law in order to H , * * protect American roads Dopow said that Hj tho roads doing business in this conn s' try , whether Mexican or Canadian , HI should bo made to comply with tho con- HI ditions of tho law as the American roads Hi must do. "Pooling" ho considered a H > good thing , and it should have been H pormitted. The tendency of all the H roads is to lower freight rates and no H amount of pooling could affect this ton- doncy. "Tho interstate law will never bo effec...

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 — 17 May 1889

* cT3 - Ewrri iiiifiaiaM . ! = I ft * MWfcw * PM * . . By F. M. KIMMELL. / _ _ ! _ s = = = = = = : : = = = = = = = I The count of money at the New York sub-treasury has been finished with the I result of showing a discrepancy of $35 , I in a sum total of nearly two hundred I million , the shortage being easily ac- I counted for. Mr. Hiatt made good the B deficiency and was given a receipt in full. I Tiie executive committee of the nab I tional editorial association held a scsd I. sion at Cincinnati recenty , when it , I was decided that the nest meeting of I tho association should be held at De1 I troit , August 27 to 30. At the annual I meeting eleven papers pertaining to I subjects of interest to tho profession will bo presented. The trial trip of tho new cruiser , tho "Charleston , " off tho California coast , was something of a failure on account ! of defects in the steel , of which one of her engine slides was constructed. But her developments of speed in spite of tho failure o...

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 — 17 May 1889

} _ _ _ _ _ f' He Jfijfftwk JVttmj * . I _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ FRIDAY EVENING. MAY 17 , I860 , f l _ \ FOB SALE ! | BARGAINS AT ' A , McMillen's Drug Store , On goods slightly damaged by water , including rFOB r\ WALL PAPER , S01IOOL STATIONERY PADS/ , * . FEATHER DUSTERS , ARTISTS' MATERIALS. CARDS , STUDIES , | C , GAMES , Etc. , Em I m Call and be convinced on prices. I * A. McMILLEN J DRUGGIST. / ' ; IF YOU YZAUTl A Farm Loan , to get Insured , or have any Real Estate to Sell or Exchange • for Merchandise or other Personal Prop- [ erty , go to F. L BROWN. Tribune Building. ; CASH ! CASH ! This is to notify our customers that r" we will adopt a strictly CASH system > of business , May 1st , 1889 , also that ; . • we will sell all goods at greatly re- ' i duced prices. We do this believing it will benefit our patrons as well as our- k selves. Our entire stock of Boots and • Shoes at cost. ' WILCOX & FOWLER. ! LEADER IN PRICES. i Wo are still here and here to stay , and rece...

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 — 17 May 1889

i B ; i ' \ . -Loyal heart to Ior nlady. Sturdy iiandu to work for bre&d , m f 'KoadvwHl to Jiclp thoncody , v H | Wnll UHed bruin's wlthlr ililn head ; H . I Cheery voice , a laugh , a whiatlo H ' Pleasant eyes that Bee and smile , H Ear * that hear not tags or GHbrIo , H I i Fearless tongue dovoid of guile : H \ r ! Thin is how I mako a man H I : Mako him better if you can. H I Gentle oyes , ( or lorn and laughtor , H ' Handsoma hands. because tlioj work , M i • Form an artist might look after , H Sunny mouth where smiles lark ; H ; un-kissed cheek , not art enamoled , H * I Mind kept ireo by reason's sway , H J ; . ' . Wais by fashionaieYer4rawmlfid , . " H I | ' 'Souf/or / study , work and play : M , j Thisis the lady of my dreams. MM Tell mo how her portrait seems ? I ! J. Wm. Lloyd. . . My Little Dog Fickle , H Toward the close of a dull Novem- H * ber day , in the year 18Ga young H " man was standing , with his back to H the fire , in a small but well furnished H apartmen...

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 — 17 May 1889

H The Value of Longevity. Dr. Felix L. Oswald , in writing or H tbo valuo of longevity , Bays : H - "Can thoro bo a doubt that Burns and Keats foresaw tlto issno of llioir otrun- glo against bigotry , or ihat Oervantcs , i m tho gloom of las misery could read fc * , * a iho sign * ° f tbo dawn presaging a sun- T S purBt of posthumous famo ? sH'l- I } ) vSpinozanndSohillerdicdutthetbresh- ssB'r If > ° * hoir Roal ; Pascal , Harvey , Mac- LH' - I % f { oulay , Buckle and Birhat l < * ft tboir in- LijX Jit 1 "u l ° works balf iinisbed ; Raphael , H * * * J7 Mozart and Byron died at tbo vergo of H [ 7/ a summit winch perhaps no other foot shall over approach. t Hf "Who knows how often , since tho H dawn of modorn seienco , tho chill of death hns palsied a hand that had all but lifted tho veil of Isis * temple ? Or H in bow many thousand lives timo alone H would have solved all discords into bar- monies ? An incrcaso of longevity would indeed , solve tho vexing riddles ! of oxiston...

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 — 17 May 1889

In " ' IT COST ree CASH H Our entire stock of I B00TS AND SHOES. This Stock , consisting of over $3.p00 -worth , was bought for I SPOT CASH H * Direct from Manufacturer. B "We intend closing out this line of our r - - business and can make you prices ' that "will surprise you. K _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ • * = H . We also carry a complete line of I UiJ bOH , biOColloS , MIS , bp , AND FURNISHING GOODS. I WILCOX & FOWLER , H\ West Dennison Street , McCook , Nebraska. H _ _ _ . V" I W * 0. BULLAED & 00. | SELL COMBINATION I " " Screen and Storm Doors. If ( PATENT APPLIED FOR. ) I - Us • tESM. s • • = kw ; if w-t ' ! ! ' -Mrs - iilF ' ; 3 . . He ffi * W % SBi ' ISaaVralaH' t .J& • • Hi 5-i S3i A. 1 - . MIMIinhL H 6 v Bi-J"itriSwi-j ! ; jJU - lkI" I * " * ' i. 1 & \ " * h ' i * ' = . iflirtifl i I I * • tei iS 111 I : fff ' nS ipift Ii JpilfeS lill'W - • i- WL. r • ' iJllMJISSst ( Sa"f' ' * ' * Irajr If iWfeal ImH ' II AI.SO H T-mXjlxulJd&t' Ss Coal I H. KAPKE , KEEPS A ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 24 May 1889

' ' " wikhmmw mmiiwhiumih imiiiitTtIi * * g wiffTTiin ii • i ii ifrriT ir * irnri yi nr i * y $ \ 'WPP ' * HWj w , B BP" , L- < .jL ' - jr.uJT • . ' _ wl " * ; l . ; i. "l T yrr-r "rinMMi i Fu7il ? { * jji | | M | tetft rlj " _ i i i jri ; t | | . ImIw : . - , - , - . - , > - . : : • • - tp - ' , , - iM * • H VOLUME VII. " j 5 McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY EVENING , MAY24 * , 1889. . ' NUMBER 52. 3 § § vfl/ / ' - _ - 1 ] ' . 2 _ I _ „ . . , _ , C * SfcslSwt ' ' % THE 'JEWEL' I Gasoline Stove I" - if/ ll Is the Finest in the Land. " f • / \ ; , , : . . " ; , w US , - AND < • . : , - Vr " - . - . ' , , OR , . _ ; , , r.SO . . . . [ ' " . - / " ; ' Lti > - : • " . % , . , , . ' 'YOU * ' ' " ' ' . - WE/ ALL • / ' - ; - - - - SAY , . - fc . . . , WILL • If SO SAY k When you-have used one. It is a Marvel of Simplicity , Quickness , Force H and Economy. _ , • * * * • * * * * * * If We Kiss It Good-Bye When We Sell It , As fc\ It Will Not Return In I % fr & ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 24 May 1889

F 1 1 1 ii i ii i THE M'COOK TRIBUNE. B P. III. KltTIITIELL , PublUlior. MoCOOK , NEB. H I ABOUT NEBRASKA ! M The mayor of South Omalm 1ms 1 been asked to close tho saloons on Sun- M day , but bis honor has as yet taken no m action. M Arbor day was started in Nebraska M in 1872 , atrd this year thirty-four states M observed tho day formally by planting B treos. H Tho old settlors of Lancaster county M hold a meeting last week at Lincoln and H perfected their organization. L. W. H Billingsloy was chosen presidont : W. "W. H Gardes , secretary : J. P. Hopbard , trcas- H urer , and Levi onoll , M. G. Bohannan H nn # J. V. Wolfe , executive committee. H Ono vice-president was chosen from each H voting precinct and ward of tho county. H "V7. P. Dodgo , an old man 70 years H of ago , living five miles north of Har- H rard , was arrested Friday on a charge oi H bastardy by his stepdaughter. Tho old H man is a cripple and goes on crutches , H but has a farm and some property. It H appears t...

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 — 24 May 1889

/ 1 f MATTERS AT THE NATIONAL CAPITAL I ir , I Government Flnanotu A Wonderful Yt $ " ttl Recognition of the Veteran * , % % # W | / "Washington dispatch : A statomon b J ry showing tho results of acta of the Bocont | l/ r session of tho Fiftieth congress , upor K \ , * tho finances of tho government , has booi l * dtf prepared by Thomas P. Cleaves ant tHIIillk Jonies 0. Courts , clerks , respectively o : ] mPIPml ° Bcnr ° anu * house committees on ap ifflji i | | { propriations. Thoy show that tho tota ' * * ' amount appropriated by congress wat ! / $386,540,400 , whilo pormancnt and inele ilnito appropriations wero estimated by ; * tho sccrotary of tho troasury at $108- > . GDI,050 , making tho total oxpcnditurci | | i -of tho government for 1889-00 , § 395,837 , W -610. Tho estimated rovonuos for tin j& * rsanio time aro $434,509,058. Tho acts S8 , provide for 350 now offices , tho salaries | KV of which aggro ato $443,600 , whilo the w : incroaso in salaries of old office...

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 — 24 May 1889

T Ml UN i i ' 1 . - - - > - - - - , , n rt-,1M _ T * _ P" K N II I By F. M. KIMMELL. I PROCLAMATION. I ! WnnnnAB , Tho 30th day of May in each year I j has boon mado n National IJollday by act or I 1 congress. II Is fitting on this centennial an- I j ulvcrsary of tho cstabllslnnont of constltu- I j tional government by tho inauguration of the I hnmortnl Washington , that attention bo call- I cd to tho patriotic Bcrvico of tho men through I * whom that grand work was created a gov- eminent of liberty regulated by law was I preserved , tho ritthleBS hand of treason was I not permitted to accomplish its overthrow. I . . Tho patriotio army of tho revolution under I tho leadership of tho immortal Washington , I founded this glorious republic. Tbo patriotio I union army under tho leadership of tho im- I mortal Lincoln , preserved it. This day is set I apart by tho Grand Army of tho Republic for I tho porformanoo of tho sacred duty of hon- oring tho memory of thoso who fell in battle I ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 24 May 1889

Hnflf | 1 Urn iiiMiiiiniintkiirt M jiajui iiiiii ! Iff n W Jfofo * * IWhw B si \ v _ _ _ _ I 1 ! ) J ritlDAY EVENING. MAY 24,1880. | ri FOB 8ALE ! I Mhwv - BARGAINS AT Iff A. McMillen's Drug Store B fif j On goods slightly damaged by B Sfg , water , including B W WALL PAPER , H W SCHOOL PADS , H j STATIONERY , | H FBATHBU DUSTERS _ _ _ _ _ _ SHv [ ARTISTS' MATERIALS. m CARDS , STUDIES , H W GAMES , Etc. , Etc B ; Bjl Call and bo convincod on prices. Km WL \ I m a. McmiiIlrn H Ej DRUGGIST. I | J IF you want ; _ _ _ E' ( H fj ; A Farm Loan , io get insured , or have H 2j any Real Estate to Sell or Exchange H mh for Merchandise or other Personal Prop- II' ' erty , go to F. L. BROWN. H % Tribune Building. _ _ B _ H _ i t • _ _ _ • _ _ _ - _ _ _ - _ _ _ _ . _ _ _ _ _ - _ _ _ - _ - _ _ _ _ _ - - - _ _ I 1. CASH ! CASH ! B 2 . 7ss to flor7p customers that B Jg ' ive iv7atfort a strictly CASH system B n ' of business , May 1st , 1889 , also that B we will sell all goods at greatly re- B Si ...

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