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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 22 July 1892

I CARTERATTHEHELM CHAIRMAN OF THE REPUBLIC AN NATIONAL COMMITTEE. CHRIS MAGEE CHOSEN SECRETARY. Mr. Fayno of Wisconsin Was Strongly Urged to Accept the Chairmanship , But Was Compelled to Decline J. P. Burke of rittHlmrjr for Assistant Secretary Car- ! tor's Career. NEW TORK , July 18. Thomas II. Carter of Montana has been elected chairman of the Republican national committee. His place as secretary has been filled by the selection of Chris Magee of Pennsylvania. Mr. Payne of Wisconsin , who had been prominently mentioned as the choice of the committee , pronounced himself last night as strongly in favor of Senator John C. Spooner , and said he would certainly retire from the com mittee if he would consent to take the position. Secretary Rusk. Senator Saw yer , Messrs. Sutherland , Payne , Ker ens and Clarkson held a conference in which Mr. Payne was strongly urged to accept the position. After an hour's conference Mr. Paynp an nounced that no decision had been ar rived at. Said he ...

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 — 22 July 1892

YOU SEE THEPOINT ? RED WILLOW , NEB. EDITOII MCCOOK TRIBUNE : There was quite an exciting time at Red Willow school house on the evening of the 19th. I was on my way to influence voters towards locating the county sea at Red * Willow as being practically in the center of the county , when , to my astonishment , I found a crowd of people collected at the school Jiouse. I stopped in to learn the cause and found Com rade LeHew and Mr. Moore , of McCook , expressing their views and expatiating on the advantages that McCook possesses over Indi- anoia or lied. Willow tor the locat ion of the county seat. I listened tfco ihe speeches and the goneious offers made by McCook , and after considering her many advantages , and thinking over the matter very carefully , I am now willing to withdraw from the fight for Red Willow as I see very little reason to oppose so fair an offer. I am also willing to bear my share of taxes towards the building of a r > rmrf linncp if t.h vr IIA rmv Some of t...

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 — 22 July 1892

? I * * fr By F. M. KIMMELL. OFFICIAL CITY& COUNTY PAPER $1.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. ALL HOME PRINT REPUBLICAN TICKET. XATIONAL. . Ifor President , BENJAMIN I1AUUISON , of Indiana. Jijr Vfce President , WU1TELA.W KEID , of New York. CONOKKSSIONAI , . l& r < 0oiKiess ) , "WM. E. ANDREWS , of IlastliiRS. i Republican County Central Committee AIEance W. W. Lemasters Hartley Beaver S. Messner Danbury Box Elder Ira C. Kimball Box Elder Itondvillc I'eny Jones Indinnola Oileman William Colcmali McCook Danbury Andrew Powell Danbun Driftwood E. F. Duffey .McCook East Valley S.W.Clark Hartley Fritsch Frank Fritsch Indianola Gerver Samuel Ellis McCook tirant W. H. Benjamin Banksville Iird anola. < . . .Henry Crabtrce Indianola Lcjuaon R. { ' . High Lebanon Sriscouri Ridge J. A. Strain Danbury Nocth Valley J. S. Kikendall Bartley Terry. M. H. Bacon McCook lied Willow Adam Grass Indianola Tyrone C. E. Clement Bartley Valley Grange. . . Ed. N.Benjamin..McCook Willow Grove H. II. Troth ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 22 July 1892

fc But it looks as if it would be in it soon , , mid the sooner your foot is in one of our § 3.50 or § 4.00 Shoes the more fortunate it will be. Be cause we know this shoe , we want you to know it ; because it wears as no other shoe will wearwe want you to wear it. It is absolutely the cheapest thing in shoe-leather and there isn't any limit to the satisfaction that it gives. No mat ter what you pay , you get no bet ter when you get the best it is a luxury in footwear and not a high- priced luxury at that. It isn't trying to those who try it. Try it. FARM LOANS MADE BY 8. H. COLYIN , McCook. ie ! ' at Nobles' . Sticky fly paper at Chenery's Drug Store. Piano and Randolph Headers at S , M. Cochran & Co.'s. Walter A. Wood and Hano Binders at S. M. Cochran & Co.'s. Wayson & Odell are putting out some handsome rigs these days. At the cash meat market of Stone & Devitt you receive the best of meats of all kinds. Noble carries a large and complete stock of the best brands ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 22 July 1892

.START MT WEEK , , THE CARNEGIE COMPANY'S LAST NOTICE TO THE MEN. THEY f JUB 'THEIR OLD EMPLOYES. Worlcg nt Ilo'mestond and Eluowhore to Bo Started Up Next Saturday Independent of Labor Organizations rrcpar- ing for Non-Union Tttoif Frlck'e Testimony to Bo Answered by the Dion. PITTSBURQ , Pa , , July 18. The follow ing notice was posted by the Citrnegie steel company at the Homestead mills and in the vicinity of the works and copies sent all over the country : Notice Individual 'for applications em ployment at the Homestead steel works will be received by the general supbrin- tend .1 * cither by letter or in. person until 0 p. r . , ursday'July 21 , 1892. It is our desire to retain in our service all of our employes whoso past record is satisfactory and who did not take part in the attempts which have been made to inter fere with our right to manage our business. Such of our old employes as do not apply by the time above named will be considered as having no desire to re-enter our-...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 22 July 1892

W. 0. BULLAED & CO. -loj- LIME , HARD CEMENT , DOORS , LUMBER.HARD AND BLINDS.LUMBER. . SOFT BLINDS. ' COAL. -Jot-- BBD CEDA.B. AND OAK POSTS. ; J. WARRHN. Manager. B. & M. Meat Market. FRESH AND SALT MEATS , , , BACON BOLOGNA , CHICKENS , . , . TURKEYS &c. &C. F. S. WILOOX& CO. , Props. A. TEDT , McCOQK , - NEB. THE - LEADING - TAILOR ! > A KATTJBAI. KEMEDT TOR Epileptic Fits , Falling Sickness , Hyster ics , St. Titus Dance , Nervousness , Hypochondria , Melancholia , In- ebrily , Sk'-cuics-sucKs , Jiz- . xaicss. , Uraiu aiid Spl- ? , * j U * nalt Weakness. This mediciup has direct action upon the nerve cer.tcrs , 'allaying ' all irritabili ties , and ihfcreaslujr thVflowand power of Berve.Jhjid.t It is perfectly harmless and leaves .no unpleasant effects. ' * * " I * i < " / > * n. fff l-v > * rT. . " . f r\ ft -A' Valuable Book en Nervona Diseases Bant free to > any address , and poor patientscanaleo'obUin this medicine ftce of charge. y h fefb...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 22 July 1892

" # * L. LOWMAN & SON. ForSODaysOnly Will allow you $1 on a purchase of $5 in order to make room for the Fall Stock. [ II LOWMAN & SON , Leaders in Low Prices. KNIPPLE S ALL = AND = 5 = AND HISS Cornet and Sterling BRANDS OF FLOUR lARE THE : I . Store open till the usual hours. INDIANOLA ITEMS. E. P. Day was over fiom Lebanon. Three of Gr. W. Roper's boys are sick. 0. Frost was up from Bartley , Sat urday. Sheriff Banks drove to McCook , Saturday. C. B. Russell came home very sick , but is better. C. W. Beck went to Lincoln on Tues day afternoon. George Berry was down from Mc Cook , Saturday. Mr. Gray is building a new house north of Goben's. Secretary of county fair sent a supply of posters to McCook today. Hon. J. C. Allen was enthusiastically endorsed by the republican county con vention. Miss Nellie Burns , a sister of Mrs. Jo Harrison is working in the county clerk's office. Send to the secretary or enquire at your post office for premium lists and examine them thorough...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 29 July 1892

* Sv ELEVENTH YEAR. MeCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY EVENING. JULY 29,1892 MUMBER 10. njuri C i Is shown in the handsome face of our colored friend. He wants you to understand that he HUNT SEE'D ' No ( DHISKENS , " But if you will come to the BOSTON : SHOE : STOEE , next week , you will see a new line of Ladies' , Misses' and Children's Shoes which will OPEN YOUR BYES ! WE RUSTLESS For trade at the head of the procession with the right swing , and we propose to SATOHTHATMAYEItfQK The frisky dollar. In. all lines of Boots and Shoes there is no dealer in Southwestern that can SOUND UP BARGAINS To equal yours respectfully. We are here for business from the ground up , and propose to letyou know it. Come and see us. \ I WI1 LA Is the key-note to success. The firmness of our resolution to LEAD THE TRADE In Boots and Shoes is sym bolized in the noble figure here given. THE BOSTON SHOE STORE has already set the fashion IN MeCOOK Of making people talk about their goods and pri...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 29 July 1892

H. C. FRICK SHOT. PROBABLY FATALLY WOUNDED BY A RUSSIAN ANARCHIST. HOT THE WORK OF A STDIKER , The Chairman of the Carnegie Steel As sociation Shot Four Times Without a Moments Warning The Wretch IB Proud of Kla Act The News Causes Great Excitement Throughout the Country. PITTSBURO , Pa , , Suly 23. H.C. Friclr , chairman of the great Carnegie Iron and steel company and the man gener ally held mainly responsible for the present trouble at Homestead and elsewhere , was shot at 1:55 o'clock this afternoon by a man named Alex ander Berkman , who lives on Forty- second street , New York city. lie is a Russian Jew and is supposed to bean an anarchist. This morning Berkman called sev eral times at Mr. Frick's office. He stated that his business was of a pri vate nature. Mr. Frick was too busy \ HKNKV C. FIUCIv. to see callers but finally the man gained admission. Evidently some words were exchanged , and as the pistol was displayed , Mr. Frick turned around the table. This is why the shot...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 29 July 1892

i .lit ss atote icJSK MEADE'3 RECORD DARK. The AtohiKori AlMooiuliir'x rrluclpal VIo- tlniH Women A lyl cr Miin Deceived. ATCHISO.V , Kan. , July 2.r . The where abouts of II. C. Mejide , the missing insurance agent , still remains a mys tery. A private box belonging- Meade was opened yesterday > y Wrs. Jleade's attorney. It contained several thousand dollars in worthless mort gages on imaginary property. Meade'g victims are mostly women , and he getaway away with at least 810,000 of their T saddest case is that of Mrs. Pil- kington , tie widow , who lost 52,400. The day before George W. Pilkington died Meade called at the house and talked with the sick man a long time. When he left he bent over the invalid and imprinted a kiss on his forehead. After Meade had gone Pilkington called his wife to his bedside and , with tears streaming down his face , told her to trust everything to Meade , and she did. She received § 2,400 from the A. O. LT. W. as insurance on her hus band's life a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 29 July 1892

By F. M. KIMMELL. OFFICIAL CITY& COUNTY PAPEB $1.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. ALL HOME PRINT REPUBLICAN TICKET. NATIONAL. For President , BENJAMIN 11AUIUSON , of Iiidlnnn. For Vice President , W1UTELAAV UEID , of New York. CONGUJiSSIONAI. . For Congress , \VA1. E. ANDREWS , of Hastings. Republican County Central Committei AllianceV. . W. Lemastcrs Bartle Beaver S. \ \ . Mcssner Danbur Box Elder Ira C. Kimball llox Elde liondvillc 1'erry Jones Indiitnol : ColcmanVilliani Colemaii McCool Danbury Andrew I'oweli Danbur Driftwood E. F. Duffev McCoo ! East Valley S.V. . Clark Bartle ; Fritsch Frank Fritsch Indianol ; Gerver Samuel Ellis McCqol Grant W. II. Benjamin Bar.ksvilli Indianola Henry Crabtree Indianol : Lebanon R. I' . Hiqli Lebanoi Missouri Ridge J. A. Strain Danbui ] North Valley J. S. Kikeudail Bart lei Perry M. H. Bacon McCool Red Willow Adam Grass Imlianok Tyrone C. E. Clement Bartle ) Valley Grange. . . Ed. N. Benjamin..McCool. Willow Grove H. II. Troth McCool M. N. ESKEY , CH...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 29 July 1892

wu I But it looks as if it would be in it soon , and the sooner your foot is in one of our § 3.50 or $4.00 Shoes the more fortunate it will be. Be- cnuse wo know this shoe , we want you to know it ; because it wears as no other shoe will wearwe , want you to wear it. It is absolutely the cheapest thing in shoe-leather and there isn't any limit to the satisfaction that it gives. No mat ter what you pay , you get no bet ter when you get the best it is a .luxury in footwear and not a high -priced luxury at that. It isn't ttrying to those who try it. Try it. v.'J. FARM LOANS MADE BY S. H. COLYIN , McCook. JS'TGrnceries at Nobles' . 'Sticky fly paper at Chenery's City 'Drug Store. Piano and Randolph Headers at S , ! M. Coehran & Co.'s. "Wiyson & Odell are putting out some 'handsome rigs these days. That was a thoroughly official and re sponsible rain , Wednesday afternoon. At the cash meat market of Stone & Devitt you receive the best of meats of all kinds. Noble carries a la...

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 July 1892

JOHNNIE'S REFUGE. Two little feet trudging over the road Daylight was fndinp away ; One little face , very frightened and sad , Watching the shadows at play ; Two little eyes , looking up to the skies , One little quivering chin ; Two little lips parlcd innocently One little prayer to begin. One aged form coming over the road- Daylight was fading away ; Ono kindly face where from morning till eve Flitted the sunbeams at piny. t Two little eyes again raised to the skies ; Cloudless the one little brow "You needn't take care of me longer , dear Lord ; I can see grandfather now. " Leslie's Weekly. THE 'SECOND COUETSHIP. Tho-soft , hazy glow of early sum. mer was in the air ; the white lillies , of the big , old-fashioned garden at Mordaunt Grange , tossed their royal heads in the scented gale , and the wild strawberries wore beginning to crimson all the slopes. A square , an tique old house , with red brick gables and sheets of glistening , green ivy , draping every point and angle , i...

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 — 29 July 1892

r-MSV : ; T W. 0. BULLARD & CO. -tol- LIMB , HARD CEMENT , AND DOORS , ER. WINDOWS , . SOFT BLINDS. COAL. BBD CEQA.R AND OAK POSTS. . xl. WARRRN. Manager. B. & M. Meat Market. FRESH AND SALT MEATS , , . BACON BOLOGNA. CHICKENS , . . . , . TURKEYS. & .C. &c. F. S. WILOOX& CO. , Props. LSTEDT McCOOK , NEB. A NATTTBAI. SE2CEDY FOR Epileptic Fits , Falling Sickness , Hyster ics , St. Yitus Dance , Nervousness , Hypochondria , rJelancholia , In- cbriiy , Sleeplessness , DIz- ziiiess , IJ rain and Spl- nnl Weakness. This medicine has direct action upon the iiorvu centers , allaying all irritabili ties. and increasing Ihe llow and power of uci-v" finis ! . It is perfectly harmless and leave ; , no unpleasant effects. fn F1 A Valuable Book en Nervous L Uu U ' Diseases sent free to any address , I II f 1 and poor patients can also .obtain | .lib La this medicine free of charge. Thia remedy nas'iJSenjp ' . Pastor Koenig. of Fort Wayne. Ind * since 13T6. and la now propared...

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 — 29 July 1892

L. LOWMAN & SON. ForSODaysOnly Will allow you $1 on a purchase of $5 in order to make room for the Fall Stock. Cie Earl ! i LOWMAN & SON , Leaders in Low Prices , I KNIPPLEI m ALL ! IN : 555AND HIS : Cornet andlSterling BRANDS OF FLOUR S55ARE BUT . Store open till the usual Lours. INDIANOLA ITEMS. Oh what a rain ; big crop insured. John Furr was over from Bondville , Wednesday. M. N. Eskey was up from Bartley , one day this week. Clerk Roper's children arc still sick , but arc improving. J. M. Short's and C. W. Beck's babies have both been very sick for some days. Get a premium list at once and ex amine Button's special premium of a gold watch. Miss Kittic Shackelton has been en gaged Jo teach in the room presided ovei the last year by Miss May Mitchell. The M. E. church and the Y.M. C. A. buildings were some damaged by light ning during the thunder storm , Wed nesday. Dr. Beck , though badly bruised by the train , has no hones broken and his physicians think prospects fair ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 5 August 1892

te tef ELEVENTH YEAR. McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA. FRIDAY EVENING , AUGUST 5 , 1892 NUMBER 11. Injured Inoeeenci Is shown in the handsome face of our colored friend. He wants you to understand that he "HAINT SEE'D ' NO 0HI0KBNS" But if you will come to the BOSTON : SHOE : STORE , next week , you will see a new line of Ladies' , Misses' and Children's Slices which will OPEN YOUR BYES ! f WE RUSTLESS For trade at the head of the procession with the right swing , and we propose to 0AT0HTHiTMAYBII@K ( The frisky dollar. In all lines of Boots and Shoes there is no dealer in Southwestern that can SOUND UP BARGAINS To equal yours respectfully. We are here for business from the ground up , and propose to letyouknowit. Come and see us. r I WIKI \ Is tlie key-note to success. The firmness of our resolution to LEAD THE TRADE In Boots and Shoes is sym bolized in the noble figure here given. THE BOSTON SHOE STORE has already set the fashion IN McCOOK Of making people talk about their g...

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 — 5 August 1892

4 , m ONE THOUSAND MEN AT WOTK AT HOMESTEAD. SO DECLARES SECRETARY LOY8J3T , The Company Confident That Uie IJtek- : ' bono of the Strike HUH llccu lirukuu ' ! I Amalgamated Itrcii ItLiko Vague li I'roiijlscs of Surprises Ooiioral Smurilcn Takes a Gloomy View of the Situation. PrrrsnuHO , Pa. , July 30 "We will have over 1,000 men in the yard of the Homestead mill by to-night , " said Sec retary Lovejoy this morning. "A large number will go up to-day by train and boat and they are coming into the city from all directions. There are a num ber of our old men at work I she : ' 1 IVk at least fifty. By Monday we will have over 1,500 m.511. at work , among- them being skilled workmen , equal to the best of our old meu , and we are entirely satis Bed with the work they have done and the manner in wbk-h they doit , the time occupied and , in fact , everything is satisfactory. We will have enough men on hand Monday to make an excellent start in all departments and are confident there will b...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 5 August 1892

W. 0. BULLARD & CO. -tot- LTME. HARD CEMENT , AND DOORS , WINDOWS , SOFT BLINDS. COAL. BED CEDAJR. AND OAK POSTS. , J. WARRRN. Manager. B. & M. Meat Market. FRESH AND SALT MEATS , BACON , BOLOGNA , , CHICKENS , . , . TURKEYS &C. ic. F. S. WILOOX & CO. , Props , A. TEDT NEB. THE - NG - TAILO A 1TATUHAI. HEMEDT Epileptic Fits , rulfiug Sickness , Hyster ics , St. Titus Dice : , Nervousness , Hypochondria , tfe'.niicholia , Iu- cbritjj Siof ' .ossuesSj Diz- ' \-\'m \ aiid Sul- \k'kiiess. : . This nip.-lirfw has < ! ir-ci action upon the iu'1-v - ciiu'if , uijing ! : all irritabili ties , zuvl Ker-.iM j : The flow and power of iieiv Hind. U N jn-rfectly harmless and leavu.no uiipli'u.saht effects. min" A Valuable Book en Ncrvoua 14 Hit m * Diseases sent free to any address , Hll * nd poor patients can also obtain I II Bab this medicine free of charge. This remedy has been prepared by the Reverend Pastor KoeniR , of , Fort Wayne. Ind. , since 1376 , and Is now prepared...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 5 August 1892

By F. M. KIMMELL. OFFICIAL CITY& COUNTY PAPER. $1.60 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. ALL HOME PRINT. REPUBLICAN TICKET. XAOZOHAfc. tfor President , BENJAMIN HAKKISON , of Indiana. For Vice Piesident , W1I1TELAW 1JEID , of New York. COXGKKSSIONAI , . For Congress , WM. E. ANDREWS. u [ Hastings. Republican County Central Committee Alliance . \V. W. Lemastcns . Hartley 15cavcr . S. U. Messncr . Danbury Box Elder . Ira C. Kimball . Box Elder JJoil ville . 1'eny Jones . Indianola Coleman . William Coleman . McCook Danbury . Andrew Powell . Danbury Driftwood . E. F. Duffcy . .McCook East Valley . S.W.Claik . Hartley Fiitsch . Frank Frilsch . Indianola Gervcr . Samuel Ellis . McCook Grant . W. II. Benjamin . Banksville Indianola . Henry Crabtrcc . Indianola Lebanon . K. P. I liRh . Lebanon Missouri Ridge . J. A. Strain . Danbury North Valley . J. S. Kikendall . Bart lev Perry . M. II. Bacon . McCook Red Willow . Adam Grass . Indianola Tyrone . C. E. Clement . Bartley Valley Grange. . .Ed. N. Benjam...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 5 August 1892

f But it looks as if it would bo in , it soon , and the sooner your foot is in one of our § 3.50 or $4.00 Shoes the more fortunate it will be. Be cause we know this shoe , we want jou to know it ; because it wears .as no other shoe will wearwe want jou to wear it. It is absolutely -the cheapest thing in shoe-leather and there isn't any limit to the .satisfaction that it gives. No mat ter what you pay , you get no bet ter when you get the best it is a luxury in footwear and not a high- priced luxury at that. It isn't trying to those who try it. Try it. FARM LOANS MADE BY S. H. COLYIN , McCook. 3"Groccrie9 at Nobles' . Sticky fly paper at Ohenery's < Drug Store. Piano and Randolph Headers at S , M. Cochran A : Co.'s. Wayson & Odell are putting out some .handsome rigs these days. At the cash meat market of Stone & Devitt vou receive the best of meats of all kind * : . Noble carries a large and complete -stock of the best brands of canned . .goods of all kinds. Try the new me...

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