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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 30 May 1890

OVER THE BANISTERS. H B "Over Hie banister leans a fare , H Tender ana lull of meaning. " MM I sea her still , with a dninty grace , M Over lier banjo leaning , 1 While by her sirto I watch her hand B Over the Hoft notes straying , Weaving her face , as I idly stand , Into the tuno alio is playing. m Tho light burns diminthogreatsquaroroom , Nobody oIro is listening ; H But through the dusk of the twilight gloom , 8 Somebody oyes aro glistming. Broken strains or song aro blown 8J Over her half-turned shoulder , "Bolds her flngrrs and draws her down , B Suddenly growing bolder. " B The rest is lost In a soft low no to ; fl What does it mean , I wonder ? But-up from tho banjo seems to float Tho song ol tho sweet lip's plunder M The question asked , and tho swiit caress a And tho "yes" that comes from thelauding. What is it , I wonder , that niakep mo guess a She looks up at mo where I am standing ? H What does she mean by tho soft low tuno BB And tho words she is faintly humming ? Bfl...

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 — 30 May 1890

LORD HARRY. Lord Hnrry , lie i at on tlip plilnslcfl ono day Ami Jim JordHhip with joweln wn * lndon. Ami lit lilted IiIm ey < > , at * n\vept Polly cumo by , Tho hoiinlcHt trim flHliermtiiiW. HcpnvolioraHtnre , with life tnrilliwr nlr , And he Bind. "I've determined to mnrry : 1 ye pood and I've land , and herein m v hand , 1 think I'm a catch , " mud Lord Hairy. "Ami what will cive to your lady ? " said she , "To tlio bride whom your lordship may honor ? " "Whr dinners and drcHses and money , " Bald * u ' , D- - _ "A 'd jewels to ppnrkio upon her ! " W you give nothing more , eir , " tho maiden - * > replied , M J.itv , tc , , pirl wnom .vo mnrrv ! " We Wiiljo life lordship looked down at lier rough Usher gown. * "Whntmoro can sho want ? " cried Lord Harry. 'When I have a lover , " sweet Polly replied. And sho blushed with a smilo that was sunny , "Ho must giro mo his heart , ero ho makes me his bride , For 'tis love T ask * br not monev ! " She miide him a curtsy , and o...

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 — 30 May 1890

I r "WE DO AS WE ADVERTISE. " 3R. . ' . * • , . , > * . < r ! : c I- ' - ; : = " _ ' _ _ "B ' : : : , . iv - - v > * t i , ; hmmL | LOWMAN & SONCL0THm6- ] Great Reduction. Out. . Selling . - NEW STYLES. LATEST STYLES V NEW WEAVES. IN HATS AND , NEW COLORS. NECKWEAR. ; * * , • INDIA SILR-S. PARASOLS , BEAD WRAPS HATS , SPRING SUITS SummerUnde'r 422 [ cts. 20 per cent off. - $1.98. 10c to $1.50. $5 to $12. 50c. to $2 suit. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Q : : ' - ] L "WE DO AS WE ADVERTISE , " ' 1 • TO GET A TAILOS-MADE SUIT AT SOST. : $5,000 WORTH of goods MUST BE CLOSED OUT AT COST IN 60 DAYS. I "will make up goods or sell suits and pants patterns AT COST. Take advantage of this [ • • Great Closing Out Sale ! as you may never again have the same oppportunity. s Satisfaction in Ever } Respect Positively Guaranteed. L BERNHE1MER , Merchant Tailor. I Attention , Farmers. li „ We are closing out our en- t tire stock of Farm Imple- l ments at c...

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 — 6 June 1890

= = T VOLUME IX McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY EVENING , JUNE6 , 1890. NUMBER 2. \ i ' OUR SPECIALTIES i • I , , , . _ I Siberia Refrigerators. | White Mountain Ice Creani'Freezers. I Tlionias Two Knife Lawn Mowers. > ' Jewel Vapor Stoves. Great Western Stoves and Ranges. ! Ohio Wrought Steel Ranges. Glidden Barbed Wire gennine. Screen Wire. Screen Doors. | Building Hardware , and everything' in The Hardware Line. i/ . The Pioneer Hardware , m. ] W. C. LaTOURETTE , Pkop. Four Doors South of J. C. Allen & Co. , McCook , Neb. MY MEN'S DRESS SHOES I have a nice line of $2,50 shoes. I have a fine § 3.00 shoe. I have an elegant § 5.00 shoe. I Mg hhtQ of Bogs' Sftoes is complete , froni $1 to $3. In Ladies' Fine ai Medium Sloes for the season , I have an elegant line , ; and the largest selection ever brought to McCook. Prices from $1.50 to $5. QUALITY and PRICES The quality of my goods I keep up to f s high mark. My prices I keep down to the lowest mark. I deal wit...

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 — 6 June 1890

H i I THE M'COOK TBIBlfflE H X' . ? l. KIIH.TIUIjL. , IMibllNhcr. B McCOOK , NEB. ( I STATE NEWS. H i ! NEBRASKA MISCELLANEOUS MATTERS. ( B ; Material lias arrived for a new H \ roller mill at North IJcnd. H St. John is billed to deliver ten pro- H hibition lectures in the state. [ B A Normal institute will bo held in H j Harrison July 21 to August 1. H | A 5,000 bushel lot of corn brought H t 24 cents at Itulo last week. l According to the Indianola Times H j hog cholera has appeared near there. I Tho treasurer of York county has H j just paid § 17,000 to tho state treasurer. 1 H ' ] The normal school at Peru has a H I mammoth flag which was dedicated on H § Memorial day. Hi | The Grand Army posts of Douglas' Hi qounty have formed an organization for H I burial of members. H 1 Ucatrice's new city directory , just H ! completed , shows a population of about H j 15,000 for that city. H ! The residence of Frank Kclley. at H J Friend , was struck by lightning and the H j family badly s...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 6 June 1890

t \ f.J .J CENSUS MEN COMING. | | [ r tXD X1IEY WILL WAXX XO JCXOW Bpj- .iz i.vr X1ILXGS. } W"i "Some ol" the Uiicstionn That Farmer * f& ' d Others AV1I1 bo Called Upon to B ? * i eJ | Answer Be Cheerful , Bo Polite , p -Carcrul About Figures , and Assist ( " * "o Fiimiicrator All Yon Can In $ ' ' IMTaklnjc tho lUcvcnth Census Full i't ? Q ; ond Complete In Every Detail. g ) Sg * Oct Beady for tho Census. $ Washington , May 31. Robert P. Por- \K' \ j tcr. superintendent of the. census bureau , p , ' } has issued the following circular : | T' [ f Tho census year began Juno 1 , 18S9 , > ' J and ends May 31 , 1890. Each state has 5' ' from one to oicven supervisors' districts. | T , There are ITS districts in all. There ' ; . are 42,000 enumerators , who in all parts . of tho country will begin their work - * • Monday morning , Juno 2 , 1880. Every { " farm will be visited before Juno 30 , and tho following questions * will bo asked , I ' keeping in mind that the figures you ar...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 6 June 1890

i By F. M. K1MMELL. An nlliauoo slate convention is called to moot in Lincoln , July 4th. ! Some of the ox-senator's ndmir- | ors , and they aro legion , are urging Hon. J. W. Dolnn for congress i man. The farmers' alliance is now en gaged in the plonsant pnstimo of twisting tlie tail of the democratic tiirer in the southern states. Goo ] ) GitANDMA Thayer has "flunked" and rescinded and revok ed his proclamation calling an extra I session of the legislature. Well ! 1 Senator Hale of Maine is re- I ported as saying : "I fear wo are 1 as a party carrying this tariff mat- I ter too far. " There is no doubt of | Senator Ingalls thinks ten yenrs \ undisputed possesion of real estate S - should give a good title to the i same , and he has introduced a bill ] to that effect. j First Assistant Postmaster | General Clarkson will tender his | resignation as soon as ho returns to ; "Washington. Itissaidthathewill j assume the editorship of the Chica go Times. | The president has directed that...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 6 June 1890

ft . 1. 1 = y , FRIDAY EVENING. JUNE ( I. 1890. ft Do You Want a Bargain ? 1 f IF SO , LOOK AT THIS ! I ' For the next thirty days only I ; * will offer an eighth or a quarter { interest in the 160 adjoining McCook | on the east , of which 80 acres is j platted , as follows : | , i For an Eighth or 20 Acres , $1,300. | For a Quarter or 40 Acree , $2,500. \ \ Part cash and the balance on time j ; 3 j with approved security. Remember l { that this offer holds good for thirty j ! i days only. Address ! l F. L BROWN. ' - : SODA water . l'\ \ ' ' PINE APPLE , ; .f ' STRAWBERRY , \ ) RASPBERRY , U CURRANT , | V ORANGE , i i PEACH FRUIT JUICES \ j with cream at kJ McMilien's Drug Store. > : } • = I/ A circus in sight ! L/ City Ditua Store. i > Remember Noble for groceries. t J Go to Noble Tor your Family groceries. * JS"Frcsh .sausage at the B. & . M. Meat Market. t { Tlie B. & . M. Meat Market meets all 1 2ut prices in meats. j1 ft "Office supplies of ail kinds at \i \ I The...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 6 June 1890

" ' " " ' " * " " ' i - - - - . . . . H [ I HAD A ROW. H TVo two linil a row , H Somehow. acrnnn rIip whh fretful , mid I didn't carp , j OfperimpHl did something tliut bIio coutdn | bear , H I J r poilmpH a dnmoBMon ndvmiood in the ai I -iJut Jiowevi'r tliat b't tho disturbance H | thorn H j And a storm lvsjnn to brew , j At liint it muttered , H | And iiard words were uttered ; & Thcnlinrder and Jinrder until tliinpH grew j Supremely unpleasant for each of the two II And I came to think H I "Wereached tlie brink H Jj Ofthegnivoof a friendship whoso loss w | should rue , - * So E begged her pardon what clso coulii H -She deflnred she was sorry I hope it wa H And the tempest'H frown , H Smoothed slowly donn , B And it rumbled and sighed , | And whispered and dietl BI Yotnll I can hay g To this day , Hg Is no two had a row Hit Somehow. H' | But couldn't make out | "What brought it about , H | And I don't know now. HI CI tarn MiSATED BY A MADSIWE. Hi HI ' tArind how you go pokin' ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 6 June 1890

JT * ' " " XT ' " " " ' "ifiTniiitfmirw i iiiiiiMil > > ininifWimiir iii i n rr J - ' $ ; | A SPY'S ADVENTUEE. | B New York Sun. II , "When Halleclc wns bcMolgtig Beau- | | regard at Corinth , or , rather , daily W approaching the confederate lines by If > system of defences , I waB in the ! trenches afternoon when the | g one cap- W % tain of my company sent for mo and 'Jk ordered me to report to the colonel. $ ' : The colonel ordered me to report at r u - p General JXallcck's headquarters , and * * when I made my appearance the Gen- : * " eral said : I. "You have done some scouting ? ' r "Yes , sir. " , , "Will you go as a spy ? " "Where to ? " "Into Corinth. J want information i ' which only a spy yin secure. If you irr return you shall be well rewarded. If . * you are detected you will be hung. " ( "I will try it. " ' ' * "Very good. Return in an hour } and I will give you instructions. When can you set out ? " "By midnight. " "That will do. " I went away wondering how ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 6 June 1890

I : a j I j , _ _ _ _ _ _ _ > _ _ > _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ - _ _ - _ _ 1 "WE DO AS WE ADVERTISE. " ii i i i j dress aooos. i LOWMAN & SON.cl0THiN6- ! I 1 Great Reduction. Selling Out. j NEW STYLES. | LATEST STYLES lj NEW WEAVES. IN HATS AND ! NEW COLORS. ' NECKWEAR. I . j I I - .1 Ml I I- ! N I I I I j INDIA SILKS. PARASOLS , BEAD WRAPS HATS , | SPRING SUITS Summer Unde ' r ' I 421-2 cts. 20 per cent off. $1.98. 10c. to $1.50. $5 to $12. 50c. to $2 suit | i i 9 15' ' . ! * : u , „ . . _ . . . , . . , _ . i I - f ' . r | | m "WE DO AS we advertise : Attention , Farmers. We are closing out our en tire stock of Farm Imple- j ments at cost. Right nowis J the time to secure rare bar gains. Gall and be amazed at our prices. They must be sold at once. HALL , GOCHRAH & 30. "HOLY : - : MOSES ! " I 5c. STRAIGHT. Manufactured by I J. H. DWYER , McC00K3 - NEBRASKA. Potter & Easter Jay , COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND DEALERS IN Tree , Field and Garden ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 13 June 1890

H r HI • - ii < I ' VOLUME IX. McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY EVENING , JUNE13 , 1890. NUMBER 3. , j I" . OUR SPECIALTIES. Siberia Refrigerators. White Mountain Ice Cream .Freezers. Thomas Two Knife Lawn Mowers. Jewel Vapor Stoves. Great Western Stoves and Ranges. Ohio Wrought Steel Ranges. Glidden Barbed Wire genuine. Screen Wire. Screen Doors. Building Hardware , and everything in The Hardware Line. I The Pioneer Hardware , W. C. LaTOURETTE , Pkop. Four Doors South , of J. C. Allen & Co. , McCook , Neb. * Attention , Farmers. We are closing out our en tire stock of Farm Imple ments at cost. Eight nowis the time to secure rare bar gains. Call and be amazed at our prices. They must be sold at once. HALL , COCHRAN & CO. H MY MENS DRESS SHOES H I have a nice line of $2,50 shoes. | I have a fine $3.00 shoe. , [ I have an eleg'ant $5.00 shoe. j I : j Mg ktit © of Bogs' Sftoes , I is complete , from. $1 to $3. Ii Ladies' ' Fine id Hi Sloes : for the season , 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 — 13 June 1890

H ' THE M'COOK TRIBUNE B F. Iff. KIMrtlKLIi , Pnbllnhcr. M McCOOK , .NEB. H state mewhl H NEBRASKA MISCELLANEOUS MATTERS. H Work has commenced on the pro- H posed opera houso at Wilcox . H A small fire , supposed to be incend- | lary , occurred In Ponca last week. H Johnson county has over 800 farm- H ers who are members of the alliance. H A large number of colts in Seward H have died this spring from distemper. H Cherry county farmers in the vicin- H ! ty of Valentine have organized an alli- H Mrs. Van Cott , the great revivalist , B has begun a series of meetings in Fre- H Three cases of glanders have been | ' found in the southwestern part of Boone B The Central Nebraska Veteran as- H tociation will hold their next reunion ' H August 20 , 27 , 28 and 20. H Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Burns of York B celebrated the fiitieth anniversary of P | their wedding last week B Two young girls were arrested in H Omaha for stealing flowers from graves H in Prospect Hill cemetery. H During a storm lig...

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 — 13 June 1890

WIND , HAIL AND EAIN - d cowniXATioyI'uorisu DESTRUCT IVE TO A SJSUUASiCA TOIVX. Til © Villas © or Ilracishaw Almost Wiped Out Muny Houses Utterly Destroyed and Others lludly IVrcck- cd Loss of JLlTo In Town and Coun try Hundred * ol" People Wounded , Some Fatally Heavy bosses In Live Stock Help Awkcd lor the SulTcrcr * . Dcuth-DcuIIng Tornado In Nebraska. Buadshaw , Neb. , Juno 4. A special telegram to the Omaha Bee says : A ter rific wind , hall and rain storm visited this section of the country lust night at 8:20 : o'clock. At 7:30 a tornado devel oped southwest of Aurora , traveling in a southeasterly direction. A few miles east of Aurora it began describing the arc of a gigantic circle , moving cast and north , crossing the B. & M. railroad a' . . this place , completely demolishing the village , and prostrating the wires for several miles on either side. A messenger was at once dispatched on Horseback to York for surgeons and other assistance. Doctors G. W. Shid- ler , Dav...

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 — 13 June 1890

? * ? * * * * w r F Is , . . . - , - , . . . - , ' -ftr Tniii < nni in i - - * By F. M. KIMMELU Spe.vkeii Rekd wields effect ive party lash ; 1ml ho la not ulil ing toils ' 'popularity. " "We understand that Hugh W Cole , Esq. , of our city , is u eundi date in the fuld for representative By the providential death of sat eral Louisiana legislators , itisno estimated that the lottery bill vn. "be defeated. CONGRESSMAN CONNELL roprc sented the people of his distric when ho iniido a fight on the iioa for the free coinage of silver. Ex-Congressman Valentin : has secured the position of roi geant at arms of the senate , wit ] its salary of $4,020 and valu.ibl patronage. "If Laws is renominated fron the Secondt district , Judge Mc Keighan can beat him out of sight , ' says the Lincoln Herald. Not ii this blooming yar of grace , ISDC Cal. The ' • if is superfluous. Some people think that farmer are all fools 24 carat fine , and o a degree of dullness unsurpassed There is a time coming w...

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 — 13 June 1890

wlWk I'iC ' I'iCI [ = = = I j 1HN flfr& fe ffikutt. It FRIDAY EVENING. JUNE 13. ItfflO. I I Do You Want a Bargain ? I j [ IF SO , LOOK AT THIS ! ft ; [ For the next thirty days only I m > \ vW'H 0n6r * an oighth or a quarter I j ' • interest in the 160 adjoining McCook on the east , of which 80 acres 'is ! platted , as follows : 3 t ' For an Eighth or 20 Acres , S1,300. j For a Quarter or 40 Acree , $2,500. B , * < | } Part cash and the balance on time I $ with approved security. Remember Bi HE that this offer holds good for thirty B C { days only. Address B f F L. BROWN. I I SODA WATER. I V PINE APPLE , BI ' STRAWBERRY , B RASPBERRY , I 7 CURRANT , 1 \ < ORANGE , I "l - PEACH FRUIT JUICES S ) with cream at m ( I\IoMillkn's \ Dhuo Store. City Drug Stork. j Remember Noble for groceries. Daylight is now fifteen hours long. I Go to Noble for your family groceries. if [ J The human race is increasing 30,000 , j 000 yearly. * iA Now is the time to beautify yuuryards \ * and ...

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 — 13 June 1890

H • John G. Whittior writes till * an "A Tog- H mcy" in tlio Independent. Deuntifi 1 lines , b and worthy of his eightieth anniversary. H Friend of my mnny years ! H When tho cre.at silence fnllo at last on mo , H Let mo not leave to pain and sudden thoa H A memory ol tcurs. H But pleasant thoughiB nlona H 01 ono who wan thy friendship's honored H And drank tho wino of consolation pressed H From sorrows of thine own. H Ueavo with thee a flonno H Of hands upheld and ttinln rendered less H / The uneelflsh joy which is to helpfulness H Its own great recompense ; H The knowledge that from thine , H As from the garmonts of tho Master , stole H Calmness and strength , the virtuo which H makes H And heals without a sign ; H Yea , more , the assurance strong B That love , which fails of perfect utterance B Liyes on to fill tho heavenly atmosphero VH With its immortal song. 1 ' MAMIE'SEPISODE. | BY EDITH E. KN'IQIITWOOD. From the Youth's Companion. B | "Oh , girls oh , airls ! " exclaimed fl...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 13 June 1890

1 All's Well That End's Well. | # A young man who travels for n I Now York biblo concern was at the i 3 Bloody house yesterday , snys the ( | | Toledo Blade , and along in the after- j 'Jb noon , following the promptness , 01 r , X rather the wooings , of the spirit , II 'if started back to the bar for a drink , 5 iM Ho had just reached the door , when I , i ho was sturtlod by an apparition in jl the somber clothed person of his em- 1 p * ployer , who had stopped over a day jl on a flying trip to Chicago , where , A biblo houses find a large and attr act- I ivo field. \ 'Mf Seeing the employer , the young * 1 man unconcernedly walked on into i' ' thewashroom , and began to lave his ) i hands. The employer carelessly saun- | ' tered down the long corridor , round \ ' through the billard-hall. and , just a * : ' he entered thebnr , again encountered i his traveling employe , who , bowing I politely , walked on into the billiard- \ hall , and became absorbed in watch- | ing a game of b...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 13 June 1890

1 ! Hfli * fll 1 fl * I L. LOWMAN & SON , I Dry Goods and Carpets , I ' > * " " . DRESSMAKING , I Clothing and Furnishiug Goods. OUR SPECIALTIES FOR JUNE : I ? ! "Wliite Gtoods ! II Embroideries I emolcL Laces ! CUT RIGHT IN TWO TEN PER CENT. DISCOUNT I ON SUMMER - GOODS ! I SStriotly True--3XTo Brag : . ; HARD TIMES I WILL LEAVE YOU IF YOU I BUY OR U8. I I We do not sell one article below cost and I make It back several times by selling other I goods for more than they are worth , bnt I < * can save you money on I Dry Goods , Notions , I Hats and Caps , | Boots and Shoes , E Groceries , Flour. All Goods Soli at Lowest Living Prices. WE MEAN BUSINESS. CALL AND SEE US. WILOOX & FOWLER. A GULDEN OPPORTUNITY TO GET A l . TfflLOMfiDE SUIT ST COST. SS,000 WORTH of goods MUST BE CLOSED OUT AT COST IN 60 DAYS. I will make up goods or sell suits and pants patterns AT COST. Take advantage of this Great Closing Out Sale ! | as you may never again have the same opportunity. | c ,...

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 — 20 June 1890

" * I * s * ' " JL * * • 1 ' I * A > - i J > - * * i * | . & ® lc" ) ' " JftcCook Stetbtme. ' • | ! * VOLUME IX. . McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY EVENING , JUNE20 , 1890. * NUMBER 4. • * "I OUR SPECIALTIES * 1 } . Siberia Refrigerators , ft White Mountain Ice Cream freezers. I Thomas Two Knife Lawn Mowers. Jewel Vapor Stoves. Great Western Stoves and Ranges. Ohio Wrought Steel Ranges. Gliclden Barbed Wire genuine. Screen Wire. Screen Doors. Building * Hardware , and everything in I The Hardware Line. The Pioneer Hardware , W. C. LaTOURETTE , Prop. * j Pour Doors Soutli of J. C. Allen & Co. , McCook , Neb. I MY MEN'S DRESS SHOES M I have a nice line of $2.50 shoes. T | ) I have a fine $3.00 shoe. 4L I have an elegant $5.00 shoe. \ Mjj feitts of Bogs' Sftoes f is complete , from $1 to $3. i Ii Lais' Fine nl Medium Sloes i for the season , I have an elegant line , \ and the largest selection ever brought I to McCook. Prices from $1.50 to $5. QUALITY and PR...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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