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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 24 October 1890

Tftat TValTc Through tlio Wheat. SjooctUer wo walked In tlio orcnltifir tlmol Above us tlio Klty spread jrolilon cear , .And lie bent life ln-nd n < l looked In my eyes , AH If lie held mo of nil most dear. O. It was Bit-cut iu the evening -ArxS oar pathway went through flclds of wl > cat : Narrow that path nnd ronpli tlio way. .But lie was near , and the blrdn mm ? true. And tlio slaiBcmno out In tlio twilight O , It wiis sweet in the ovcnlugtlmoJ 25btlr T Fpofco of the dnyfl Ions past , Eofuyjof blcpscd days to bo ; Close to tils arm , and closer 1 pressed. Tliccocu-Qold | > ath WUB Eden to mo. O. It wufibwoctin the uvcniug tlmol < Gr ycr Uie Upht prow , and prayer still , Tlio rooks flitted homo through the purple tslinde. OTie ntehtfugulcs saugr whcro the thorns stood I -Talked with him In the woodland Ktadc. O , ft iKisfiwcct. iu the evening tlmol .And tins latest elcams of < lu : light died ; My bund In Ids enfolded lay : "We swe-pt the dew from the wheat as we ...

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 October 1890

PROCLAMATION , WHEREAS. A joint resolution was adopted liy the legislature of the state of Nebraska , at the twenty-first session thereofand approved February 13th. A. D. 1889 , proposing an amend ment to the constitution of said state , and that Bald amcnduaciit shall read as follows , lo-wlt : Section 1 : That at the general election to bo held on the Tuesday succeeding the first Mon- ilny of November , A. D. 1890. there shall bo submitted to the clectoisot this state for ap proval or rejection an amendment to the cou- Htltullon of this state in words as follows : "The manufacture , sale and keeping for sale of intoxicating liquors as a beverage are for ever prohibited In this state , and the legisla ture shall provide by law for the enforcement of this provision. " And there shall also at mld election be separately submitted to the electors of this state for their approval or re jection an amendment to the constitution of the state in words us follows : "The manu facture , sale 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 — 24 October 1890

By F. M. KIMMELL. JtEPUBLICAN TICKET. STATE. < . For Governor. L. D. IlICIIARDS. For Lieutenant Governor , T.J. MAJORS. For Secretary of State. J C.ALLEN. For Auditor. THO8. H. UBNTON. , > ' For Treasurer. J. E. HILL. For Attorney General , GEOIIGE H. HASTINGS. jf or Commissioner Public Lands and Buildings , - GEOKGE H. HUMPHilGY. For Superintendent-Public Instruction , A. K. GOUDY. CONGRESSIONAL. For Congressman. 2 < 1 District , N. V. HAUi.AN. SENATORIAL. For Senator for 20tb District. JAMES HCJUKE. COUNTY. For HepreBcntutlvc , SAMUEL , ELL.1S. For County Attorney , J. BYKON.IENNiNGrf. For Trensurer. W. T. HENTON. For Commissioner. 1st District. RICHARD JOHNSTON. For Commissioner. 2nd District. C.V. . HODGK1N. S There will be republican speaking at the fol- lowinir times and places , at which the issues of the day effecting the state , congressional , sen atorial and couuty tickets will be discussed. These meeting-swill be under the control of the people in the immediate ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 24 October 1890

RYAN & NOREN AUE STILL MAKING LOANS ON GOOD FARM PROPERTY , AND DON'T FORGET IT. CITY DRUG STORK. Noble , The Grocer. Penner , the harness man. Family Groceries at Noble's. Paints and oils at McMillen's. tOTE FOR W. T. I1ENTON. A popular western character : $ TOTE FOR SAMUEL ELLIS. McMillcn , Prescription Druggist. Tote for RICHARD JOHNSTON. Wall Pap"er atMcMillen'B drug store. Staple and Fancy Groceries at Noble's. TOTE FOR J.BYRON JENNINGS. THE TRIBUNE continues to do busi ness at the old stand. Sealing Wax for fruit cans at Chen- ery's City Drug Store. Fresh and smoked meats of all kinds at the J3. & M. meat market. Dr. A. J. Thomas , Dentist , in Union clock , over Boston shoe store. FOR RENT Two dwelling houses. Inquire at THE TRIBUNE office. Rye , ryeninjins , corn and cornmeal .at POTTER & EASTERDAY'S. A full line of chopped feed always on hand. POTTER & EASTERDAY. What must you do to be saved ? Why buy your groceries at Noble's , of course ! A daughter was bo...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 24 October 1890

" THE 3TCOOK TBIBUNJE F. HI. KIJOIELL , I'ublUlicr. McCOOK , NEB , OVER THE STATE. XKIlJtASKA XJSlt'ii AXJ ) XOTJX. * - JOSEPH V. WEEKIIACH. a prominent citizen of Plattbmouth , died last week. A CAMP of Modern Woodmen has teen organized at St. Edward with twenty-six members. THE magnificent pipe organ orderec for Christ church , Beatrice , is expoctec to arrive in a few days. OVEU over one hundred persons have been converted at the revival in pro gress at the Methodist church in Hast ings. ings.A A SEPEUATOU and 800 bushels of wheat belonging to Tobias Mack , a farmer near Stanton , were destroyed by fire the other night. THE corner stone of the new Catho lic church at Spaulding was laid Sun day. Five priests were present ant assisted in the ceremonies. J. G. LADD of Beatrice has pur chased of NatBruen of Burlington , la. , the noted stallion Lobasco , record 2:21. i The consideration was $15,000. Vf * COLLECTOR ALEXANDER at Omaha directed that the flag be raised at half- mast on t...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 24 October 1890

s iff- DILLON AND O'BEIEN. T ACCOUNT OF T11EIK JIJSGKXX XS- -A. Clever Kafc Opening in Chicago nnd Kaltbing of the Operator Action for ICccovcry ofa t < : ir o Tract of liind 1n Western ConntlcK of Nc\vTfork JV New' Order by the Custom GClclala .AfTalr * In Oklahoma . Dillon and O'Rrlcii. DUBLIN , Oct. 17. United Ireland /prints an account of the escape of Dil- Alon and O'Brien , written by O'Brien himself. lie says : "We rowed from Dalkcy Wednesday at midnight to a jracht lying two miles off the store. 'The next mprning found us ninety . miles away toward the Welsh coast. Friday and Saturday we lay in a dead -calm. On Sunday morning wo landed -tit Lands End , when the wind again -died awajr and we were forced to lie all day in brilliant sunshine within two miles of shore. A Trinity house cutter passed quite close to us and the crow of the Itoyul Adelaide , off Falmouth , -actually exchanged greetings with our sailors. The fog buried us from sight on Sunday night , ? four , steam...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 24 October 1890

Pall Win tock The Times are Hard ! Our Goods are Cheap ! Profits Nowhere this Winter ! SPICIALTI WFFKI i ! li Jj IV ! DRESS GOODS AT 8c AND lOc. FLANNELS CUT IN TWO. CHILDREN'S CLOAKS AT COST MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING Af ACTUAL COST TO CLOSE. HAVR ADDBJD TRUNKS AND VALISES TO OUR STOCK- COME AND SEE US. Lowman Son , AUTHORIZED CAPITAL , CAPITAL AND SURPLUS , $100.000. $60,000. GEORGE HOCKNELL , President. B. M. FREES , Vice President. W.F. LAWSON , Cashier. A. CAMPBELL , Director. S. L. GREEN , Director. The Citizens Bank of McGook , ' _ * * " " - * Incorporated under State Laws. -JT t S _ -.j J - _ ; : * s _ t1"i [ - * x i i , K 7- . . - ; : Paid Up Capital , $50OOO. DOES A General Banking Business , Collections made on all accessible points. Drafts drawn directly on principal cities in Europe. Taxes paid for non-residents. Money to loan on farming lands , city and personal property. | > ! Tickets For Sale to and from Europe OFFICERS : V. FRANKLIN , President. JOHN R. CLARK , Vic...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 31 October 1890

VOLUME IX. McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY EVENING , OCTOBER 31 , 189O. NUMBER 23. We Have the Variety , The Styles , The Qualities , The Lowest Prices. THESE ARE THE MAK POIDTS ! ! Nothing else can convince an intelligent public of your ability to serve them. Our Immense Stock in every Department must be seen to be appreciated. Our Prices are the Lowest in Western Nebraska. f . These are times when every dollar saved is appreciated. f * \Ve nave no old stock to sell you. Noth ing but New , Desirable , Fresh Goods , at prices others ask for inferior goods. STRICTLY ONE PRICE. MeCook , Neb. Oct. 24th. JONAS ENGEL , Manager , Is not of as much importance to the people of McCook as is the fact that we are prepar ed to save them Dollars on Merchandise. No matter how low other merchants SAY they will sell , we have the goods and prices which will prove to any qualified judge that we can out-sell them every time Money Talks I Yonr money and our goods make a lively dialogue....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 31 October 1890

A Unit. When I was camplnp on the Volga's banks , The trader Zanthou with a leash of tnnres went by my lent. I know the wily Jew , And ho know mo. Ho muttered ns lie passed , 'Tho last Uathony , und his tuslca are grown. A broken 'scutcheon is a 'scutcheon still , And Amino'g token in my caftan Hcs Amlno , who weeps and walls for hlH return. " Ho caught my eye , and slipped inside the tent. 'Haw , Zanthou , up from Poland , at your tricks 1 JIow veer t ho boura on old Bathony'e towers ? True to the winds that blow on Poland's plains ? " 4'They blto the dust , nay lord , as boast to beast. \Vlieu Poles conspire , conspiracy alone Survives , to hover In the murky air. Jiy lord , Biithony'8 gates lire loft ajar For you to enter , or remain outside : The forest holds the secret you surprlFOd. And men tire there , to dare us they have dared. " * Haw. Zantron. toll me of the palatine. Tlio alv of Jlussltt mako8 a man forget Ho was a man olfowhero : the trumnets'squeal J follow and the thu...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 31 October 1890

i i r i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i Announces the arrival of his fall stock , comprising the LATEST and MOST FASH IONABLE GOODS of the season. His'prices are lower than any tailor's in MeCook. * Don't fail to see his line. ATTENTION , FARMERS "We are closing out our entire stock of FARM IMPLEMENTS AT COST. Right now is the time to secure rare bargains. Call and be amazed at our prices. They must be SOLD AT ONCE. 4 HALL , COCHRAN & CO. JACK DWYER'S "OUR COUNTY SEAT" A 5c. CIGAR , Try this popular brand. It is one of the finest fjc. cigars ever placed on sale in MeCook. A. F. MOOHE. JNO. R. HAIIT. MOORE & HART , ATTORNEYS - : - AT - : - LAW , ( Offle ever Fan.cz : Clothing Cx Stcie. ) NEDRASKA. MCCOOK , - - practice in tbo State and Federal -Courts and before the D. S. Lund Office. C. H. BOYLE , --LAND - : - ATTORNEY-- Sir years experience in Government Land Cases. Real Estate , Loans and Insurance , Notary Public. stairs in the Scott Buildincr , Bouth of the Commercial Ho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 31 October 1890

' - i'J- By F. M. KIMMELL. REPUBLICAN TICKET. STATE. For Governor. L. D. KICIIAHDS. . "For Lleutonunt Governor , T. J. MAJORS. For Secretary of State , J C. ALLEN. fe For Auditor. THOB. H. HENTON. For Trensii rer , J. E. HILL. For Attorney General , GEOUGE H. HASTINGS. For Commissioner Public Lands and Buildings , GEORGE II. IHJMPUUfSY. For Superintendent Public Instruction , A. K. GOUDY. CONGRESSIONAL. For Congressman. 2d District , N. V. HA It Li AN. SENATORIAL. For Senator for 29th District. JAMES liUltftE. COUNTY. For Representative , SAMUEL , ELLIS. For ( 'ounty Attorney , J. BYRON JENNINGS. For Treasurer. W.T. HENTON. For Commissioner. 1st District. IlICHAHD JOHNSTON. For Commissioner. 3rd District. C. W. HODGKIN. MAJ.OR BIcKEiGHAN is "queer ing" himself with a rapidity that must be paralyzing his champions. Ton will do your state distin guished service , next Tuesday , by voting the entire Eepublican ticket. BEWARE of' the boodler. He is abroad in Keel Willow county work ing ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 31 October 1890

RYAN & N011BN 4 UK STILL MA KING LOANS ON GOOfrFAlliM PIIOPEIITY , AND DON'T FOKGET IT. CITY DRUG STORK. Noble , The Grocer. Pennor , flic harness man. Fnniily Groceries at Noble's. Paints : ind oils at McMillcn's. VOTE FOll W. T. HJ3NTON. TOTE FOR SAMUEL ELLIS. McMillcn , Prescription Druggist. Vote for tlie prohibitory nniendinent. Tote for IllGIlAllD JOHNSTON. 'Staple ' ami Fancy Groceries at NobleV. VOTE FORJ. BYK ON JENNINGS. Sealing Wax for fruit cans at Chen- Aery's City Drug Store. $10.00 will buy a peed sewing machine j sit McMillen's drug store. Fresh and smoked meats of all kinds tit the B. & M. meat market. ! Dr. A. J. Thomas , Dentist , in Union clock- over Boston shoe store. FOR RENT Two dwelling houses. Inquire at TIIK TRIBUNE office. Eye , ryeninjius , corn and cornmeal At POTTER & EASTERDAY'S. A full line of chopped feed always on hand. POTTER & EASTERDAY. What must you do to be saved ? Why buy your groceries at Noble's , of course ! Try Damask Rose ...

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 — 31 October 1890

THE M'COOK 'TRIBUNE F. ITT. KIMMELL , Publisher. McCOOK , NEB , OVER THE STATE. ' XJUlItASKA NEWS AJfJl SOIJSS. FIJEMONT is working hard for a beet sugar factory at that place. Tin ; Beatrice oat mill was damaged by fire to the extent of $500 on the 22d. D. FORBES of Fremont has twinHol- tein calves which tip the beam at 1,200 pounds. A KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS lodge has been organized at Yutan with sixteen charier members. J. B. J. RYAN , a veteran newspaper man , died in Omaha last week of ty phoid-pneumonia. OFFICIAL figures from Washington make Nebraska's population 1,056,731. Omaha's population is 130,526. CHIEF CLERK HOWE of the banking department is calling for the October statement from the 520 state banks. SNYDER town school district of Dodge county has voted.$2,000 bonds to aid them in building a new $2,500 school blouse. GEORGE DOLAN , a Union Pacific iwitchman , was squeezed by the cars At Columbus , receiving serious internal Injuries. H. A. Doir , a farmer living seven miles...

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 — 31 October 1890

4 COMING INDUSTBY. G Anoux THE SUCCESSFUL MEETS. the Nebraska Agricultural Ex perimental Station Says on llio Sub ject Data to bo Collected Showing How an Important Industry Iflay bo Successfully Prosecuted Important Suggestion * and Recommendation ) * Question * to bo Answered. 'Suggestions to Beet Grower * * from the Nebraska Agricultural Uxpcrl- ment Matloii. Because ot the great importance oif me sugar industry to this state , the .Experiment station has undertaken the Jabor and expense of collecting data to ihow whether or not Nebraska can taiso beets sufficiently rich in sugar to make this industry a success. To this end -wo distributed seed last fear as widely as possible under the tircumstances. The results of this f.-ork have boon already published as Bulletin No. 18 , Agricultural Experi- tnent Station. This year there has been an almost universal interest manifested through out the state in the subject of sugar neets. A largo amount of seed has .been distributed with sugg...

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 — 31 October 1890

Fall Winter Stock. , / < - > The Times are Hard ! , , " $ ' tv" $ f * Our Goods are Cheap ! 0 : Profits Nowhere this Winter ! SPECIALTIES FDR THIS WEERI DEESS GOODS AT 8c AND lOc. FLANNELS CUT IN TWO. CHILDREN'S CLOAKS AT COST. MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING If ACTUAL COST TO CLOSE , WR HAVR ADDRD TRUNKS AND VALISES TO OUR STOCK COME AND SEE US. L Lowman & Son. first JYationaJ AUTHORIZED CAPITAL , CAPITAL AND SURPLUS , $100.000. $60,000. GEORGE HOCKNELL , President. B. M. FREES , Vice President. W.F. LAWSON , Cashier. A. CAMPBELL , Director. S. L. GREEN , Director. Tlie Citizens Bank of McGook , Incorporated under State Laws. Paid Up Capital , $50OOO. DOES A General Banking Business , * -i Collections made on all accessible points. Drafts drawn /rVI directly on principal cities in Europe. Taxes paid for non-residents. Money to loan on farming lands , city and personal property. 2 Tickets For Sale to and from Europe : -j OFFICERS : p r. ' y. FRANKLIN , President. JOHN 11. CLARK ,...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 31 October 1890

Narao of Town and Banker Lawrence . . . . .n. E. Benson. I'anl R.Brooks. Leavonworth. . < ' , Penpcr " . , E. W. Snydor. . . * ' . .Charles Ncoly. . . t Lobo.A. . G.Tullcr Lcnora George K.Moonoy Leon G. A. Kcuoycr. . . . Lootl T. W-Polham. . . . LeRoy W. C Hoslck. . . . . Liberal..1..CiceroCoomcr . . . Lincoln A. Marshall Llndsborg..rL. E. Agrellus. . . " John A.jjSwonson Little River..Burton Pulllam. . Lpgan J. J. Willtrout. . . Longton C. A. Eincrson. . . Loulsburf . . . .P. W. Goebcl Luniy W. H. Mead Lyndon J. M. Hodgcn Lyons J. F. Ralaton. " C.A.Dcan. . . Manhattan..Gco. 8. Murphy. . . " . . . . .Tno.W. Webb. . . . Mankato J. P. Fair , .D. C. Smutz. . 11 D.H. Stafford. . ! . . Maploton. . . .John Enfleld . . . . Marlon C. S. Winslow " Wm.H. Dudley. . . Marysvlllo..S. A. Fulton McCuno W. B. Evans .I.L. Ward McDonald D. L. Gruvcr. McLouth Matt Edmonds. . . fkfcPherson..Amos E. Wilson. . filjade Ormand Hamilton " A. H. Hcber " M.J.O'Meara. . . . MedlcineLodgcC. Q. Chandler. . . ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 31 October 1890

Kama of Town and Banker Sallna..J. D. Wellington. * P.O. Miller Santa Pe J. L. Kcnnard. . . Sedan. 21. E. Richardson Sedgwlck. H. Goodcll " . . . .B. W. Hall B noca : G. 0. K. Scovllle. " Jno. A. GUchrlet. ' M . . .W.E. Wilkinson. Sereranco..B. F.Harpstor. . . Smith Centre. 8. M. Wilcox " .B. A. Chandler. . . 14 .as.Barrett. . . . Spearerflle . . .J. R. Balrd. . . Springfield . . .J. M. Adams. Stafford Prank Cox. . . . * C.G.Webb. Sterling Thomas Atkinson " J. Hanna St. Pranola..W. B. Lookwood. " . . .H.C. Ewlng . St. John . " . Geo. H. Burr. . . . . Ottolhl . St. Mary's. . . Silas B. Warren. . Stockton . David B. Smyth. . " . E. J.Williams. . . . Sylvia . A. N. Bontz . Syracuse . W. F. Heed &Co. Tescott. . F. F. Scidmoro. . . Thayer . J. W. Forest . " . C.T. Ewing . . . J. W. Thurston. . v " . P. T. Bonebraker . Edwin Knowles. . j P.O. Noel . 1 D. A. Moulton. . Sam'l T. Eowo . . .Win. O. Ewing. . . .J. M. Brier u . . . . Bestor G. Brown. Tribune C. E. Wlghtman. Turon M. H. Pott...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 31 October 1890

SUPPLEMENT TO TRIBUNE Effect of Prohibition on Business. ' Testimony of 428 Kansas Bankers. Prohibition has greatly promoted the material prosperity of Kansas ; it has strengthened credit ; increased bank deposits and largely augumented the savings of the people ; it has diverted the people's money from the saloon to legitimate channels of trade , and greatly increased the sales I/ of retail merchants' ; it has made collections more prompt and certain ; it has fed the hungry and clothed the ragged. Nameof. Town and Banker ttblleno . . . . . .Thomas Kirby _ " E.D. Humphrey GMLLcbold. . . Admlro. Fremont Miller Alma L. Pulcnsko " J.F. Limerick. . . Almena Geo. II. Jefforay. 1 Alton J. II. Loomls. Altoona D. E. Moroy. B. N. Elchardson. Andalo G. W. Anderson. . Anthony P. Anderson. Arcadia C. O. Anderson. . f Argonla J. J. Pierce Arkulon WmNcumuller. . ArkansasCity.H. P. Farrar " Howard lloss " Geo. W. Cunningham Ashland Gco.ThcIs. Jr . . . . " II. E. Taylor Atchlson Jolm M. Cain . " C....

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 31 October 1890

JTaaie of Town and Banker Englewood. . . . W. B. Daggott. Enterprise..G.M. Cnso Erie W. P. Hu/.on M. R. Mudgo " W. TniBlcr. Eureka Edwin Tucker. . . . ' flzbon W. S. Cannn . . . . . r'alrvfow FrcdE. Graham. fall BJver.,8. H. Butler Fort Scott.D. F. Coon. Frankfort..E. T. Peck. " L. V. ilcKco Fredonia M. . Abornathy. . . . * 14 J. D. Allen Fulton F. S. Hall Galena W. E. Btlco Qalra G. W. Hanna. . . . , ' ? .irden aty..VV. 8. Smith " . .Jamas A. Fatton. Csrdner Big-clow & Foster Garfleld A. H. Moffet Garnett .John R. Poster. . . " J. A.Gilmoro Gcylord W. H. Haskell. . . D.L.Hublcr. Gehcsoo..A. 8. Hawley. . . . " J. 8. Gibson Gouda Springs A. T. Ball Glrard. OscarW.Schaeffcr Clasco , .A.C. GIgcr. . Glen Elder. . , .11. G. Heard. Goodland. H. M. Hallcr. " . . . . . .M. B.Tomblln. . . " . . . . . .S. T. Barlow < * eve City. .G. A. Jones " .M. S. Herring1 . . . Oralnflold.1" . .E.M.Prlndlo Great Bend. .Chas.M.Wickwlro r.seeloy . .W. G. Roth. . Grenola. . . . . .P. I. Brown. ' 5resn...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 7 November 1890

-r-3i ' * X ff ( . „ > VOLUME IX. MeCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY EVENING , NOVEMBER ? , 189O. NUMBER 24. We Have the Variety , The Styles , The Qualities , The Lowest Prices. V * THESE ABE THE MAID POIETS ! ! 'Nothing else can convince an intelligent of your ability to serve them. x Our Immense Stock in every Department must be seen to be appreciated. Our Prices are the Lowest in Western Nebraska. These are times when every dollar * saved is appreciated. - - . We nave no old stock to sell you. Noth ing but New , Desirable , Fresh Goods , at prices others ask for inferior goods. 1 STRICTLY ONE PRICE. JONAS ENGEL , a MeCook , Neb. Oct. 24th. Manager , Is not of as much importance to the people of McCook as is the fact that we are prepar ed to save them Dollars on Merchandise , No matter how low other merchants SAY they will sell , we have the goods and prices which will prove to any qualified judge that we can out-sell them every time Money Talks ! Your money and ou...

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