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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 21 November 1890

' By F. M. KIMMELL. BLA.INE and reciprocity is the slogan. * NEBRASKA has eighty-nine or ganized counties and one unorganized - ized counfcv Arthur. AN Incima war appears immi- jieut in the northwest. Troops are on the ground in force. brmdie cow s a hard looker , but Lord , what a milker ! Edgar Times. THE McKi-.iiey tariff bill was sentenced and hung by the people and they will now proceed to give it a trial. IT doth now appear that Mr. Omaha , of Boyd , can not read his title clear to the coveted guberna torial chair. " ! N defeat , " says the Tecumseh Chieftain , "L. D. Richards is a greater and more imposing figure than Jas. E. Boyd in victory. " THE players' league has finally gone the way of the grass and the big cities will not try to support two base ball teams , next year. THERE is a probability that the entire state ticket elect will be contested by the independent party- . , THE Gosper County Citizen takes consolation in the fact that the re publican state ticket receive...

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 — 21 November 1890

RYAN & NOHEN ARE STILL MAKING LOANS ON GOOD FARM PROPERTY , AND DON'T FORGET IT. A dinning1 room girl wanted at the Com mercial House at once. CITY DRUG STORE. Noble , The Grocer. District court , next Friday. All home print , next week. Family Groceries nt Noble's. Delightful November weather. 3,821 J. C. Allen's plurality. Staple and Fancy Groceries at Noble's. Wait for the chanty ball and supper on the 26th. Sealing Wax for fruit cans at Chen- ery's City Drug Store. Fresh and smoked meats of all kinds at the B. & M. meat market. Dr. A. J. Thomas , Dentist , in Union V iver Boston shoe store. | NT Two dwelling houses. k TRIBUNE ofjjice. ll Try Damask Rose , the best lotion for face and hands , at McMilleu's drug .store. What the B. & M. meat market lacks * in"blowand bluster" it makes up in qual ity and price. There is no political alchemy by which you can get golden conduct out of leaden instincts. Kapke , The Tailor , guarantees you the lowest prices and the most sty...

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 — 21 November 1890

A Grievous Complaint , "It' hard on a follow , I do declare ! " Bald Tommy ono day , with a pout ; "Jn every one of Hit nulls ! wear The ponkctH are 'most worn out. They 'i-o 'bout IIB Ma us the car of o.molo , Anil I never huvn inoro thim time : And uiero 's alwiiy.s cotninjra uiwm litllo hole That Joscs my hnlfoor mo. "I can't mnlfc'cm hrjd but a few llttlo things Souio cookies , nil uiiplo or two , A knlfo and pencil uttd buneh of string ? , Sonic nails and maybe n screw , And marbles , of courf-o , and a top and ball , And shells and pebbles and such. And eomo odds and ends yes , honest , that 'i all ! You can BCD for yourself't Is n't much. * "I M Hko a fltilt of some patent kind , With po' kets madu wide and lonjr : Above and below and liolorc and behind. Sewed extra heavy and strong. I 'd want about a dozen or BO , All easy and quick to tret at ; And I should bo perfectly happy , I know. With a liandyrUr Hko that.1' Eudom S. Bumstpud , In St. Nicholas. THE BEAUTIFUL Along tli...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 21 November 1890

II * What is Castoria Is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription Tor Infants and Children. It contains neither Opium , Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute for Paregoric , Drops , Soothing Syrups , and Castor Oil. It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' use by millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays feverishness * Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd , cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castoria relieves teething troubles , cures constipation and flatulency * Castoria assimilates the food , regulates the stomach and bowels , giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas toria is the Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend * ' N Castoria. . "Castoria Is an excellent medicine for chil Nte&j dren. Mothers have repeatedly told me of its good effect upon their children. " Da. G. C. OSGOOD , te&j " - . Lowell , Mass. i is the best remedy for children of Acquainted. I hope the day ia not " 7 ider the real . -oeJl'istoria in- icharo trcf s Froiat f...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 21 November 1890

What's The News ? . Sf 1 1 6 5 ' L. LOWMAN & SON ABE SELLING OUT WINTER GOODS. There are some that stand with glove in hand , But we have learned to rustle ! ! / * * DRESS GOODS , FLANNELS , SHAWLS , CLOAKS , CLOTHING , CARPETS , AT REDUCED PRICES All Grades of Goods Have to go Before Christmas , L LOWMAN & SON. Tft AUTHORIZED CAPITAL , CAPITAL AND SURPLUS , $100. $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. Paid Up Capital , $50,000. 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. 1 Tickets For Sale to .and from Europe ] i V. FKANKLIN , President. OFFICERS JOHN K. : CLAUK , Vice Pres. : i A. C. EBERT , Cashier. THOS. I. GLASSCOTT , Ass. Ca...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 28 November 1890

VOLUME IX. McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY EVENING , NOVEMBER 28,189O. NUMBER 27. W i'V f J I O CO 03 .03 H GO GO 0 o Q ) t-z < ss , , P < 5 PQ W - 5 g PQH > i O u "H " ! H GOP COCO < O 05 ftO GO COO o = O O GO GO r § ) 1 jj h-i ? -i CO o O H CO GO 05 O } ft 2 O Oa * o td r b/D / 2 H .0 JH C TT I > flD " M bl s § ac ! -H 5 O cdo PQ 5 ? : M o GO Q fl cdQ a H w cS O f Q O < i o w \t. \ * * * * * PERSONALS. Col. Ballew was a visitor to Indianola , Monday evening. Mrs. . ! . W.VeIborn is visiting McCook friends , this week. Banker and Mrs. J. W. Hupp were over from Lebanon , Monday. Treasurer-elect Henton has been overfrom Danbury part of this week. Capt. K. O. Phillips , the Lincoln Land Co. magnate , was a city visitor , Saturday. H. H. Easterday of the P. &E. brand joint has been down the road , this week , looking after a shipment of corn. General Manager Holdrege of the B. & M. spent Monday morning in the city , on rail- load business , goin...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 28 November 1890

PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY. Webster. Neb. , Oct. 25 , ' 90. To the Patrons of Neb. : You are hereby notified that the next Annual Meeting of our State Grange P. of H. is hereby called to convene at Pawnee City on Tuesday , Dec. rj -9th , 1890 , at 1 P. M. It is desired that we have a full delegation from each Po mona and Subordinate Grange in our State , and Masters and Secretaries will see to it that this matter is brought before their respective Granges. We also desire a written report of all business relations had by each Grange for the benefit of their members , and especially the amount of binding twine used and whether the same was bought through the agen cy of the Grange or not. Have these reports ready to hand to the executive committee on the opening of our meeting. Kailroad rates have not been fully secured , but we expect the same rates as were granted us at former meetings. Dele gates will take receipts for tickets purchased at starting and all transfer points that will entitl...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 28 November 1890

fWlTT' P1 I ITTI C . EARLY RISER HEABACHE IEST TORPID LIVER LITTLE DYSPEPSIA PILLS. IILIOUS AL AD BREATH _ ALWAYS BADCBMPLEXION CURE CONSTIPAliON OXB DOLLAR sent na by mall , wo trill deliver , t reo of all charges , to any pornon In the United State * , all the f allowing articles tarorully packed In a neat box : ' Ono two-ounce oottlo of Pnro Vnsollno 10 eta. Dnetwo-ounco bottle Vanellno Potnndo 1C eta. Onejar of Vaseline Cold Cream . IScts. One cake of Vasellno Camphor Ice . lOcts. One cakoof Vosollno Soap , unscentcd. . . . lOcts. Ono coke of Vaseline Scrap , scented . 25 ctu. Ono two-ounce bottle ofVhlto Vuollno 25 cte. - H.10 Or for stamps any elnglo nrtlclo at the price. If you have occasion to tied Vaseline In any form be careful to accoptonly genuine goods put up by us In original packages. A great many drtimista are trying to persuade buyers to tnko VASELINHput p by them. Never yield to such persuasion , as the fcrUclots an Imitation without value , and will not five yon t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 28 November 1890

( JOHN WHITE'S THANKsdtVlNQ. "Thanksgiving ! for what ? " and ho muttered a curse "For the plainest of food and an empty purse ; ir a life of hard work a jd the shabbiest clothes ! ; ut it's idle to talk of a poor man's woes I it the rich give thanks , It is they who can : .ero is nothing in life for a laboring man. " fa said John White ( to his good wife Jane. { And o'er her face stole a look of pain. i "Nothing , dear John ! and ho thought again ; I OPhen glanced more kindly t down on Jane. ' was wrong , " ho said ; "I'd forgotten vou ; And I've my health , and the baby , too.1 Itnd the baby crowed 'twas a bouncing boy- i ! And o'er Jane's face I came a look of joy ; ' &nd she kissed her John he went away ; d bo said to himself as ho worked that day ; "I was wrong , very wrong ; I'll not grumble again , t should surely bo thankful for baby and Jano. " READFUL indeed had bean the accident. Thro' the carelessness of a switch-tender , a pas- JBenger-troin had. jumped the track an...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 28 November 1890

as * _ _ " * * -v 14 O A M ? Vjrr\lK\ THE OLD RELIABLE BOOT & SHOE MAN , Either wants to make a fair profit or tell - „ the reason why. All business centers around profit. It is the life of trade , the ambition of all , the object of your work and ours. But profit zias more sides than mere percentage. To us & good reputation is a distinct profit , and thus square , yn-g enters into every transaction. We = yever , an assortment of odds and < 1031 llBHOES Etc. > HP > > led to sell .4 .4PROFIT. . These af J M lar first class , substantial [ [ joods , well woMh one-half more than we are ( P * asking for therf. "We have an unusually large and attrsfetive line of i / Fancy Slippers and Felt-Lined Goods , which would be "the thing" for a present to your husband , your brother or someone else's brother. We are making very attractive figures on these goods , also. THE ! L Is not of asinticli importance to the people of McCook as is the fact that we are prepar ed to save t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 28 November 1890

rribint. By F. M. KIMMELL. THE contest thickens ! THE Indian messiah is of the earth earthy. CANADA proposes to spend $250- 000 in encouraging immigration. THE Kearney Bub endorses Mr. iBoyd as the "Noblest Ruin'un" ' Nebraska has ever produced. THERE are now seventeen candi dates for speaker of next house and there isn't a republican among them. MR. ELAINE is actively at work in several reciprocity treaties. It is pretty sure to be Elaine and reciprocity in 1892. CONGRESS meets next Monday. The republican leaders are send ing out word to members of their party that they are expected to be promptly on hand. THE Curtis Eecord , Elwood Record - ord , Palisade Patriot and the "Well- fleet Standard will want no more they have gone down in the "crush of ( newspaper ) worlds and wreck of ( journalistic ) matter. " A REPORT comes from Washing ton that President Harrison has decided on the appointment of Af ford Eussell of Detroit to the va cancy on the supreme bench caus ed by the death of...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 28 November 1890

CHRISTMAS GREETING. Fancy Goods Novelties Toilet Articles With compliments of the season , you are cordially invited to call and inspect our fine display of HOM- DAY GOODS , on and after Saturday evening , November 29th. In pri ces it is our purpose to make this " " for a "MERRY CHRISTMAS" indeed all our customers. On Dolls are price is a record breaker. Come quick ! Come early ! ! Come all ! ! ! Kespectfully , A. McMiLLEN. Dolls Toys Gift Books At McMillen's Drug Store. JlcCook nth Indian summer weathe Family Groceries at Irrigation is a fact , not a theory. Staple and Fancy Groceries at Noble's Look ahead. Better times are coming These are days \vhen autumn lingers in the lap of winter. Sealing Wax for fruit cans at Chen ery's City Drug Store. The air is already laden with prog .nostications of the holidays. Fresh and smoked meats of all kinds at the B. & M. meat market. There is an utter of uncertainty abou -everything save uncertainty. Pure fresh buckwheat at POTTER & EA...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 28 November 1890

First Nati ona l 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 , _ > , . 'J ; ' 'v.-//i' ! / . . ? * Incorporated under State Laws. ffr ' ' " " ' " f" " * ' Paid Up.Capital , $50,000. i , j DOES A " * ! ' i General Banking Business , " ! " Collections made on all accessible points. Drafts drawn yl > directly on principal cities in Europe. Taxes paid ! for non-residents. Money to loan on farming lauds , city and personal property. ll" Tickets For Sale to and from Europe OFFICERS : -\l V. FRANKLIN , Pniil. nC JOHN H. CLARK , Vice Pros. A. C. EBERT , Cashier. THOS. L GLASSCOTT , Ass. Oasli. CORRESPONDENTS : ! § § M Tlie Fiist National Uaiik , Lincoln , Nebiska. 1 Tlit ) Chemical National Bank , New York City. PTv'li BANK OF McOOOK d Up Capital , $5OOOO. General Banking Business Interest paid on deposits by t-...

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 — 28 November 1890

THE OOHHIGOTED COUNT. T ITromtlie G-eneral Election Held in Nebraska November 4 = 9 189O as Compiled in the Office of the Secretary of State. Lieut , Governor Secretary of State. State Auditor State Treasurer. Attorney Gen'l Com. Public Lands Supt. Public in Congress 1st Dial. Congress 2d Congress 3d Tbe Amendments. and Buildings. struction. distiict. district. . Counties. Adams. ; . . 1831 1527 1438 777 1470 1412 1440 8794 C80 1229 693 103 1253 1278 705 2187 3anner. . . . . 224 88 40 88 78 88 41 7- 419 Blalno. . . . . 04 103 104 85 104 05 103 101 Ml SBoono 033 1138 601 110 iia 1136 066 1122 193 Box Dutte. 618 100 652 665 209 203 039 207 1471 Brown 805 80S 394 244 H09 318 895 310 O&i Buffalo 1295 286 1399 746 2374 2370 1(03 2303 437J { Butler 837 790 057 1620 774 784 1078 772 3391 { Hurt 1050 1070 1082 884 1004 1092 1080 1003 2038 Cass 1864 10G9 1928 2073 1080 1033 1050 1740 1032 6143 Cedar. 440 408 472 509 402 401 401 468 40-2 1409 jCliase 803 886 817 166 389 386 388 31H 884 86...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 28 November 1890

M'GOOK TlUJiUNE NUPPIjU.UK.Vf. McCOOK , NEti OVEE THE STATE. xjsirs AXI > A FIRE company has been organize ! At Elkhorn , starting out with llf ty charter tor members. OMAHA , has a normal school. Sub etantiai results are expected from th ( new educational enterprise. N , C. HART , an old veteran of Camp bell , has been admitted .to thenationa soldiers' home at Leaven worth , Kan. A SON of ox-Mayor Broatch of Omafc has been appointed cadet at Wes : Point for the First district in Nebraska DURING a runaway J. J. Dunnegin A Uvery man at Milford , had his am broken and was otherwise painfully in jured. THE sixth church has been com. pleted in Nelson. The new courthouse in that place will be occupied in twc weeks. W. H. HASKETT of Paola , Kan. , ha * purchased a half interest in the opera house at Pawnee City. Consideration , $10,000. A SIXTEEN-FOOT flag has been pur chased for the public school building in Stromsburg and waves daily from the dome. HAMBURG school house , Nebraska Cit...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 28 November 1890

. < r * f fa. can buy of us now your win ter goods , suck as COTTON and WOOLEN FLANNEL * , ' TBICOTS and SUITING FLANNELS , HENRIETTAS and other lines of dress goods at lower prices than we have ever before sold them. fc We have over $3,000 worth of BOOTS & SHOES which we are selling at less than regular prices. Don't fail to compare prices with other houses. New stock of HATS & CAPS. Groceries we take the lead , Wil of $2O cash will give you a ry of cookery three vol- 1 A. KAILSTRDT * 'PHR TAILOR. { "Carries the latest and most fashionable uoods of the fall and winter season , in suitings , pantings , and overcoatings , lie guarantees satisfactory , stylish work , and reasonable enable prices. In rear of the Fir.Nt National Bank Building , McCook , Nebraska. , ! ) The White JLine Transfer , Wm. M. ANDERSON ; Prop. DB , HUMPHREYS * SPECIFICS tire scientifically and " " lotions ; used for many 1th success.and for over tyyearsused by the people. Every single Spe cific Is a ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 28 November 1890

L. LOWMAN & SON ABE SELLING OUT WINTER m GOODS. There are some that stand with glove in hand , But we have learned to rustle ! ! | DRESS GOODS , FLANNELS , 9 SHAWLS , ' CLOAKS , CLOTHING , At REDUCED PRICES All Grades of Goods Have to go Before Christinas , L. LOWMAN & SON. D McCiitie To the bottom of the sea. Of course the reader will understand that we refer to the PLUNGE OF PRICES at Western Nebraska's Leading Clothing Store , We carry a LAEG-E and WELL SELECTED stock of New and Fresh and Stylish Goods ! and we want to burn it down deep in the minds of the people in these "diggings" that We are making a SPECIALTY both inPEICE and in SUPEKIOB QUALITY of FLANNEL : - : SHIRTS , and for the HOLIDAY TEADE we have a particularly elegant , attractive and handsome line of MUFFLERS , NECKTIES and SILK HANDKERCHIEFS While our STIFF HAT for ONE DOLLAE Is a Sure-Enough Corker We display a complete and extensive line of TRUNKS , GRIPS and SATCHELS. C. W. KNIGHTS UNION BLOCK , MeCOOK ,...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 5 December 1890

* : f . * ' * f VOLUME IX. McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY EVENING , DECEMBER 5,189O. NUMBER 28. Atl * > JO , JW sotmcn. barges A. ft H ? O2 f O2a W § O2P H CO ill < ftO GO COO fi 2 ftO 43 r-i PH ftg O sH O2 02M O2 O2P O PQO PQM O CO VO O QQ 92 W g o g S - H s gS o S S O * q 4 2 a * & g H a Q & 2 ft O . 02P ft .S 02 02P O SI p w 32 g H C3 S 2 L a 1 feM H § a M 0o I o H S o 02 O 02P o PERSONALS. Miss Josle Stevens is entertaining a sister from Hastings. Frank Allen is entertaining his mother from Colorado. Special Agent Hutchins is at North PJatte on an important land case. Judge Cochran held dictrict court In and for Gosper county , last Tuesday. Clias. Leach was down to the city of som bre hue Indianola Wednesday. Prof , and Mrs. C. L. Leper welcomed a baby to their hearthstone , Sunday. J. Byron Jennings was in the east , the early days of the week , on business. Mr. and Mrs. Page Francis became the parents of another baby girl , Thursday. E. Lindner w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 5 December 1890

THE AUSTRALIAN DYING YEAR. Not In tbo winter of life ho dies , Chilled , and snowy , and old. In the glory of summer the Old Year dies , 'When tbo midnight chime la tolled. Not la the sky is a hint of. death A sky of inflnlto hluo Nor is there a sigh in the breezy breath That is playing the leaflets through. The cattle and birds to the shade retreat , In drowsy , still delight ; And ( lowers have scented the noonday heat ; Yet the Old Year dies to-night. And the air is flllod with the sound of bees , The humming of summer flies , And there's joy in the sound of the rustling trees ; Yet to-night the Old Year dies. Not in the winter of Hfo ho dies. But in his summer1 ! ! prime ; Bis labors end , he stricken dies , And swells the ranks of Time. . Ethel Pedley in Wp'man'fe World. . , . I T-J.II \ WAENED IN A DEEAM ; Several years ago I resided in a wild , mountainous and rather lonely region of Virginia. There was a railroad but a few rods in front of my door , and a sta tion and consid...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 5 December 1890

, THE OLD RELIABLE. 5 > BOOT & SHOE MAN , Either wants to make a fair profit or tell why. All business centers around 2 ? js the life of trade , the am bition of all , work and ours. But profit At Mcfi percentage. To us et profit , and thus rery transaction , of odds > ES Etc. 'sell ' lORiT. substanial an-we are ' . have an unusually ine of Felt-Lined Goods , lg" for a Present to your husband , dse's brother. We are making very also. f tepuy of us now your win- COTTON and WOOLEN MOOTS and SUITING 1NJRIETTAS and otlier foods at lower prices than ifore sold them. fre over $3OOO worth of bES which we are selling ? gnlar prices. Don't fail to 5S with other houses. New &S & CAPS. froceries we take the lead. § 2O cash will give yon a VW iJbrary of cookery three vol- Jae. W THR XAIB.OR. tile goods of the fall and winter season , in jarantees satisfactory , stylish work , and reas- fal Bank Building , McCook , Nebraska. 3 ine Transfer , B tDERSpN , Prop. „ . PERIODICAL POE...

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