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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 15 August 1890

The - First - National - Bank. - CAPITA AND SURPLUS : AUTHORIZED CAPITAL ; $60,000. $100,000. GEOBCJE JIOCKNELL , President. B. 1L TUBES , Yicc President. W. F. LATVSON , Cashier. A. CAMPBELL , Director. S. L. GKEEN , Director. The Citizens Snlf UB IVIUIilUUIlB INCORPORATED UNDEfl STATE LAWS. Paid Up Capital , $50,000. A General Business- Collections made on all accessible ; points. Drafts drawn directly on principal cities of urope. Taxes paid for non residents. Money to lonn on fanning lands , city nnd persoKal property. TICKETS FOR SALE TO AND FROM EUROPE , OFFICERS : V. FRANKLIN , President , JOHN R. CLARK , Vice Pros. A. C. EBERT , Cashier. THOS. I. GLASSCOTT , Ass. Cash , CORRESPONDENTS : The First National Bank , Lincoln , Nebraska. The Chemical National Bank , New York City. BANK - OF G-eneral Banking Business. Interest paid on deposits by special agree ment. Money loaned on personal property , good sig natures or satisfactory collateral. Drafts drawn on the principal cities...

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 August 1890

The Tell-Tale Finger of the Soa. Wo have heard of the wrongs and absurdities wrought by the ancient law of Mortmain , but I canneverfor. get my strange experience of the justice that was brought about by 'the dead hand , " and by it alone , when the hands of the living would have been utterly impotent. Some r of those who witnessed what I am about to relate may see this when it is in print ; and if so they will doubtless bo willing to corroborate the facts- The incident occurred as I was re. turning from my fiist trip to Europe , bat you must know that for several years before then I had had some unimportant business relations with the firm of Murdenthrppo Brothorsi builders. I forgot the number of their then place in Franklin street , New York. They were a thrifty pair * well on in they 50s , though they used every art to keep as near 35 as might pass muster. Their fathen two years deceased , had left them the business , and just about that time a largo sum of money had fallen in ,...

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 August 1890

Dry times will not drive ; us away. We will stay. 1 J Closing out all Summer ,30 > P Goods at 50 cents on the $ , to make room for our Fall and Winter Stock. - f\ ; . Will go East in Septem ber for New Goods--and then look out for novelties in Fall and Winter Goods. .Our Dress Making De partment is j run by an effi cient Dress Maker , and all work . . is guaranteed. ' . * ' ; h > i ' - - : < - ' * aim 1 , r ' > f . . . , , * - . . , . . * - , * _ ; * - - - - * * + * tff E owrnan * - Son. H. LAWIEB'S , June jtft , 1890 We have decided to EEDUCE OUB STOCK before invoicing , July 1st , 1890 , and we will offer our ENTIRE STOC ] at a SAfRTFTfF FOR CASH1 OilV lVIl IvyJL VyjriOll. "We must reduce our-stock before July 1,189O. Come and see the iHOiigir YOURS , THE RUSTLER FOR TRADE , . - * . , MAIN AVENUE , MeCOOK , : . - : ' : : ' : ' " ' ' : 'NEBRASKA. . For rheumatic and neuralgic pains , rub in Dr. J. H. McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment , and take Dr. J. H. McLean's Sarsapari...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 22 August 1890

* > . VOLUME IX. MeCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY EVENING , AUGUST 22 , 189O. NUMBER ! \3 \ MY MEN'S DRESS SHOES I have a nice line of $2.50 slices. I liave a fine $3.00 shoe. I have an elegant $5.0O shoe. JVti | ki is complete , from $1 to $3. for the season , I have an elegant line , and the largest selection ever brought to McCook. Prices from $1.5O to $5. QUALITY and PRICES The QUALITY of niy goods I keep up to high mark. My prices I keep down to the lowest mark. I deal with all alike : work for trade and appreciate it. SKEsr Mail orders have niy best and prompt attention. Gilt Edge Ladies' Shoe Dressing is the Best. Try it and you will want no other. I also have the oil dressing for Kanga- The Old Reliable Shoe Dealer. Illi COMMENCINGifs jtft , 1890 * We have decided to EEDTJCE OUR STOCK before invoicing , July 1st , 1890 , and we will offer our ENTIRE STOCK at a SAfRTFTfF FOR CASH1 vJli-V lvll IwJL wilUll . We must reduce our stock before July 1,1S9O Come and ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 22 August 1890

THE M'COOK TRIBTJN F. ITI. KOIITIKLL , Publisher. McCOOK. : : NE KTATE NEWS. NEBRASKA MISCELLANEOUS MATTERS. The Douglas county fair will I held September 1 to1. . A camp of Modern Woodmen hs been organized at Gothenburg. The state tennis tournament be held at Hastings September 1G. The Hastings public schools wi ] open for the fall term September 1. A company has been organi/ed a Gothenburg to build a § 10,000 hotel. Hog thieves are operating in th country precincts of Lancaster county Thayer county this year expect to hold the most successful fair in it history. About one hundred people of Lin coin "took in" the G. A. 11. reunion a Boston. Boston.Nance Nance county prohibitionists wil meet in convention at Fullerton Au gust 29. The Adams county court housi will be dedicated the first part of Sep tember. Aaron Wilkinson , of Chester , was in Lincoln the other day looking for i horse thief. Death is announced of Thomas Gilligan , an old resident of Johusor county. He was 85 years ol...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 22 August 1890

THE BOYS IN BLUi WATIOXAX EXCAMPSlFliT Of QRAXD AttSir OF THE JtEPUJJLIC. Commandcr-lii-Chlcf Algcr I > ellvcn -'tho Annual AddrcBS Condition o the Organization. Said , to bo Excel lent The Report * of Other Out oiii ; Official * Tlio Order Grrivliiff Nu xnerlcally Stronger Gen. Vassc ; ChoHCii an the New Coinniundcr-lii' , Chicr. The National Grand Armjr IWectlnj * li BOMtOIt. BOSTON , Mass. , August 14. Th < convention of the twenty-fourth na tional encampment of the Grand Arm ] of the Republic came to order at i ; o'clock yesterday morning. Prnyei was offered by Past Chief Chaplair Foster. Commandcr-in-Chiof - - Algei then delivered his annual address , o which the following is a summary : "Fortunately for us wo are permittee to gather hero in this historical city justly named the cradle of liberty , t ( celebrate the twenty-fifth anniversary of the surrender of the armed force ; against this government to the unior army. Wo also celebrate the twenty- fifth anniversary of t...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 22 August 1890

By F. M. KIMMELL. . BEPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Governor , L. IX IlICHAHDB. For Lieutenant Governor , T. J. MA JOI18. Ff Secretary of State , ' ; J O.ALLEN. For Auditor. THOS. H. 1JBNTON. For Treasurer. J. E. HILL. For Attorney General , GEOUGE H.HASTINGS. ForComml68loner Public Lands and Buildings GEOHGE It. HUMPHKEY. For Superintendent Public Instruction. A. K. GODDY. Eepublican Congressional Ticket. For Congressman. 2 < 1 District. N. V. HAUI.AN. Eepublican Senatorial Ticket. For Senator for 2th ) District. .TAMES HOIKCE. * REPUBLICAN COTTNTY TICKET. For Hepresentrttlvc , SAMUEL ELLIS. For County Attorney , J. BYKON JENNINGS. For Treasurer. W. T. HENTON. For CommlBsloner. 1st District. RICHARD JOHNSTON. For Commissioner. 2nd District. G. W. IJARTLETT. OUR red-nosed Mend of the Or leans Press insists that Orleans whiskey is spelled without the "e. " BE came. Senator Lindsay will be the next register of the McCook laud office. Speculation is cheap , but very idle and useless. T...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 22 August 1890

. w FHIDAY RVRN1NO.AUGU8T22.I890. CITY DRUG STORE. Family Groceries nt Noble's. Drink SHEUBBT , at McMiLLEN's. Nebraska Poultry Powder at McMiL- l.EN'8. The way to take green corn is by the car. Ice can be manufactured at a cost of one-tenth cent n pound. Fresh and smoked meats of nil kinds at the B. & M. meat market. Dr. A. J. Thomas , Dentist , in Union clock , over Boston shoe store. Hammocks , croquet sets , base ball gloves at MeMillen'a Drug Store. "TiiE BEST" fly paper is made and sold only nt the City Drug Store. Special sale of seeds at POTTER & EASTERDAY'S. All the latest and most popular soda water driuks at the City Drug Store. All grades of McCook Flour. POTTER & EASTERDAY. Plumbing in all its branches prompt ly and skillfully performed by F. D. Burgess hi. r. button , the .Leading Jeweler , and official B. & M. watch examiner at McCook. Brewer will sell you more meat foi 75 cents than any market in McCook will for $1.00. What the B. & M. meat market...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 22 August 1890

H. KAPKE Tailor , Has moved across Dennison street into the building recently vacated by P. Penner. His stock of spring goods is new and complete and lie will make clothing at LOWER FIG URES than any tailor in McCook W. 0. BULLARD & CO. -Jot- -tot- RED CEDAR AND OAK POSTS. m * 1 Li BUY OK UB. do not sell ONE ARTICLE BELOW COST and make it back sev eral times by selling1 other goods for MOKE THAN THEY ABE WORTH , but we can SAVE YOU MONEY on Dry Goods , Notions , Hats and Caps , Boots and Shoes , Groceries , Flour. Every thing at Bed-Rock Prices ! We Mean Business ! GAlAli AND SB.R US. Wilcox & Fowler. ot andohoopcot Veterinary Remedies- Stewart's Healing-Powder 20 years in nso for all open sorea , on 13" and beast , barbed. Tflra catsflrsllsbumschaflneetc. 16 cannot bo equaled. OnlylScabx. | Ste-nrart'B Stock .Remedy la not made of bran , ashes and B3.Trdr.it , to show lrge box for little monoj ; but Is a Tonlo and Blood Pcrfflcr , for all live stock. It io the best conditio...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 22 August 1890

"Ilaik Too Pflnch. " Anwi Convulsed by th Sharp /Repartee of a Proverbially Ellen1 "Man. "Judiro" Bacon of thalloek Island one ot the best known and most pop ular railroad men in the West , and who is known here at his homo nt a man of few words , was oneol a merry party of six at a famous public re sort the other evening. The Judge sipped his wine in silence and listened patiently , and at times with appar ent pleasure , to the witticisms of his companions. In the party wasa Chicago cage man , who , after he had partak en of a few glasses of wine , prow more Minn merry , though not quite boisterous , and monopolized the en tire time with the recital ot a lot of stale chestnuts. * After an hour or more of almost ceaseless babble the Chicago chestnut repository slapped Judge Bacon on the baclc and vocif erated : ' Why don't you say something , old fel ? Wake up and tell us a story. ' ' Here was the Judge's opportunity , and he improved it. "On an occasion of this kind , and under sim...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 22 August 1890

LOWMAN SON Dry times will not drive us away. We will stay. Closing out all Summer Goods at 50 cents on the $ , to make room for our Fall and Winter Stock. Will go East in Septem ber for New Goods-and then look out for novelties in Fall and Winter Goods. Our Dress Making De partment is run by an effi cient Dress Maker , and all work is guaranteed. Lowman & Son Children who are troubled with worms ma ; be quickly relieved by giving them Dr. J. H McLean's Liquid Vermifuge. It kills and ex pels worms. " C. M. SMITH & SON. REE1HAL I PACKAGE A PROEHARRIS' FOR THE CURE OF ( VITALLY WEAK ) , Made so by too close nppllcntlon to bDtlncss or study ; set ere mental strain or grief ; SKXClb KXCKSSES in middle Ufa , or % Icloux hnblu contracted In youth liJC R If IWI7U * KK VICTIMS TO MtlOOCS DKKIMTYor WCflu. IfJtra ixiutsTio.MASTING : ; KIKMSS. ; ix. TOI.t'NTinV IXMSKSwIlb KARLY IIKC4Y InlOC.NOiucUIII ) . DLKAGKI ) ; lack of Um. Igor.and strength.Tcithitexual organs impaired and weakened...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 29 August 1890

' * UBPSS VOLUME IX. McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY EVENING , AUGUST 29 , 189O. NUMBER 14. MY MEN'S DRESS SHOES I liave a nice line of $2.50 shoes. I liave a fine $3.00 shoe. 4 I have an elegant $5.00 shoe. My fettts of Bogs' Sftoes is complete , from $1 to $3. 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 high mark. My prices I keep down to the lowest mark. I deal with all alike : work for trade and appreciate it. iS Mail orders have my best and prompt attention. Gilt Edge Ladies' Shoe Dressing is the Best , Try it and yon will want no other. I also have the oil dressing for Kanga- shoes. The Old Reliable Shoe Dealer. S114f CLE H. LAWLEE'S Mj , Juite jtft , 1 890 We have decided to REDUCE OUR STOCK before invoicing , July 1st , 1890 , and we will offer our ENTIRE STOCK at a CASH1 VyriUll. We must reduce our stock before July 1,189O. Come and...

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 August 1890

THE M'COOK TRIBUNE F. JTI. KI.fliriELL , Publisher. McCOOK , NEB , STATE NEWS.- NEBRASKA MISCELLANEOUS MATTERS. Cass county has a population of " 24,139. 24,139.Fairfield Fairfield , two years ago the fourth city in Clay county , is now the second. -"Blue Hill shows great activity , now buildings appearing on all sides. Material has arrived for the street railway for South Sioux City and Cov- ington. ington.The The Adams county court house will bo dedicated the first part of Sep tember. The corn crop in the vicinity of Reynolds will be much better than was expected. Mrs. John Schminko , an old resi dent of Nebraska City , died last week , aged 50 years. The old settlers picnic in Thayer county has been postponed till some time in October. An election was held in Bartley to vote bonds for a new school house. The bonds were defeated. Frank Fowltr of Fremont has started on a trip around the world , in tending to be gone about two years. The Episcopalians of Wilbur have commenced the er...

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 August 1890

DORSET WILL ACCEPT * THE QUESTION Of REXOaU LEFT irZTIZ 1FRIEXDS. 1VI11 Remain at Work In TTabhlngton Ifltls Thought BoBt-The Diseased Meat Question Being Agitated In Chicago A Statement from the Com missioner of Health The Nicaragua Canal In Good Shape Preparation for Paying the Census Enumerators. Horsey Would Accept a Nomination. WASHINGTON , Aug. 22. Represent ative Dorsey has received a petition , signed by several hundred of the lead ing republicans and influential busi ness men of Dodge county , earnestly requesting him to be a candidate for ronominalion , and pledging him their best endeavors to secure his re-election if he will consent to the use of his name in the nominating convention. Mr. Dorsey having received so ma ay requests of this character , addressed the following letter to his friends at Lome : "Petitions from so large a number of influential republicans in Dodge asking me to announce myself a candidate for re-election affect mo most sensibly. If it is the , des...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 29 August 1890

By F. M. KIMMELL. VEEPUBLICANSTATE _ TICKET. 1 For Governor , > . L. D. RICHABD8. r * For Lieutenant Governor , T. J. MAJOU8. Fc- Secretary of State. ' ' . J C.ALLEN. For Auditor. TH08. H. BENTON. For Treasurer. J. . HILL. For Attorney General , OKOHGE H. HASTINGS. For Commissioner Public Lands nnd Buildings , GEOllGE R. HUMPHREY. For Superintendent Public Instruction. A. K. GOUDY. Eepublican Congressional Ticket. For Congressman , 2d District. N. V. H All LAN. Eepublican. Senatorial Tinket. For Spnator for 29tb District. JAMES BURKE. EEPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. For Representative , SAMUEL ELLIS. For County Attorney. J. BYRON JENNINGS. For Treasurer. W. T. HENTON. For Commissioner. 1st District. RICHARD JOHNSTON. For Commissioner. 2nd District. G. W. BARTLETT. THE management has decided not to hold a fair in Harlan county , this year , "on account of almost total failure of crops. " "PROHIBITION don't prohibit , " but when the President signed the "Wilson bill the venders of origin...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 29 August 1890

FRIDAY EVENING. AUGUST29 , IbSO. CITY DRUG STORK. Family Groceries at Noble's. Drink SHERBET , at MoMiLLEN's. * m Nebraska Poultry Powder at MoMiL- XEN'S. Fresh and smoked meats of all kinds ; at the B. & M. meat market. Dr. A. J. Thomas , Dentist , in Union clock , over Boston shoe store. Hammocks , croquet sets , base ball gloves at McMillen's Drug Store. Special sale of seeds at POTTER & EASTER'DAY'S. . All the latest and most popular soda water drinks at the City Drug Store. All grades of McCook Flour. POTTER & EASTERDAY. Plumbing in all its branches prompt ly and skillfully performed by F. D. Burgess. H. P. Sutton , the Leading Jeweler , and official B. & M. watch examiner at McCook. The Methodist pulpitwili be supplied by Rev Martin Martin of Bartley , next Sunday. . Brewer will sell you more meat for 75 cents than any market in McCook will for $1.00. What theB. & M. meat market lacks in"blow and bluster" it makes up in qual ity and price. Kapke , The Tailo...

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 August 1890

> The - First - National - Bank. - CAPITAL AND SURPLUS : AUTHORIZED CAPITAL ; $ .60,000. $100,000. GEOBHE JIOCKXELL , President. B. M. TREES , Yice President. W. P. LiWSON , Casliler. A. CAMPBELL , DIrecter. S. L. GREEN , Director. ulIIZBOS Rant OI INCORPORATED UNDER STATE LAWS. Paid Up Capita ! , $50,000. DOES A J Genera ! Banking Business. 2J ssjjSj Collections made on all Jicceoslhlo points. Drafts drawn directly $ $ m on principal cities of Europe. Taxes paid for non- ? & n | residents. Money to loan on farming lands , iQffy ctty and persosal property. 1TICETS FOR SMI TO 11 FROM IUROFE , OFFICERS : V. FRANKLIN , President , JOHN R. CLARK , Vice Pres. A. C. EBERT , Casnler. THOS. I. GLA33COTT , Ass. Cash. CORRESPONDENTS : The First National Bank , Lincoln , Nebraska. The Chemical National Bank , New York City. j Y U ] General Banking Business. ) o ( Interest paid on deposits by special agree : ' ment. Money loaned on personal property , good sig natures or satisfactory col...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 29 August 1890

Sevori Spook Events , A woman died under suspicious cir. iumstnnced in a small hcswe neai Marshall , III. , lost November. Since then it is eaid' that a form in white has been seen to pass in and out ol the house nt the same hour each night. On a.farm near Springfield , Mo. , a spectral rabbit lingers about an old well , into which the dead.body of a murdered peddler was thrown many yeans ago. The animal is bullet proof. No matter how many shots' are aimed at it , it maintains its po sition day after day. A New York widower , on the night of his marriage to another woman , was surprised by a visit from the spirit of liis first wife , who delivered to him a lecture on the evil of his Wl3's , ' giving him to understand in the most emphatic language that she strongly disapproved of his course. As a Maine judge was riding past a graveyard one moonlight night , he thought , he saw a ghost. There was something white on top ot a tomb and it moved. Getting nearer , he'saw its eyes gleam. Bu...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 29 August 1890

LOWMAN SOS I I ? . . 31- Dry times will not drive us away. We will stay. Closing out all Summer Goods at 50 cents on the $ , to make room for our Fall and Winter Stock. Will go East in Septem ber for New Goods--and then look out for novelties in Fall and Winter Goods. Our Dress Making De partment is run by an effi cient Dress Maker , and all work is guaranteed. Lowman & Son Children who are troubled with worms may be quickly relieved by giving them Dr. J. H McLean's Liquid Vermifuge. It kills and ex pels worms. C. M. SMITH & SON. TRADESMEN lave learned by experience that the only waterproof coat they can sell to a cowboy or hunter is the Pommel Slicker with the "Fish Brand" Trada Mark on it. They are the best waterproof saddle coats ever made. Thejr keep the saddle , the torse's back , and the rider thoroughly dry and warm. No saddle sores from the galling of a tret addle. When used as a walking coat , the ex tension front buttons back , and the Slicker ia changed at once to...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 5 September 1890

: : > /V # : 'VOLUME IX. McCOOK , RED WILLO V COUNTY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY EVENING , SEPTEMBER 3 , 189O. NUMBER 15. IS NOW COMING IN. EVERY DEPARTMENT IS BEING FILLED WITH THE Latest and Choicest Styles , AND WILL COMPRISE THE MOST COMPLETE ASSORTMENT IN SOUTHWESTERN NEBRASKA. Before Purchasing Any Goods FOR MEN OR BOYS , IT WILL BE TO YOUR INTEREST TO SEE OUR LINE. ALL GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES. Strictly One-Price. ENGEL , Mgr. MeCook , Neb. , Sept. Bth , 189O. I H. LAWLER'S COMMENCING * Jutt © jt& > 1890 * We have decided to EEDUCE OUE STOCK before invoicing , July 1st , 1890 , and we will offer ourENTIEE STOCK at a SAPRTFTfF FOR f ASH1 . We must reduce our stock before July 1,189O. Come and see the YOURS , THE RUSTLER FOR TRADE , WIj : MAIN AYRNUE , MeCOOK , : : : : : : NEBRASKA. THE COUNTY FAIR. Will there be a fair this year ? This question I have heard frequently while I have been over the county in the inter est of the Red Willow County Agricul tural Society. My u...

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