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title: 'The McCook tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 1886-1936, November 19, 1885, Image 8',
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WILCOX & FOWLER'S.
. . . ( Successors to WILCOX BROS. )
T-nan'king the customers who have so stead
ily patronized/the\pld firm , will assure them
that the new firm will CON-TINUE to meet all
competition forfell Standard .Goods.
BELOVV YOU WILL FIND A PARTIAL LIST OF OUR MANY/BARGAINS :
12 Ibs. Granulated Sugar for : . . . $1.00
13 Ibs. White Ex. "C. " Sugar For & . 1.00
14 Ibs. Yellow f'C. " Sugar for . " . X.U'Vv.- ? . . 1.00
New York Buckwheat Flour 7.V. : ! . .Gc. a Ib.
Finest Maple Syrup. . § 1.20 per gal. New Sorghum. .50c. a gal.
All California Table Fruit " . 2f > c. a can.
Wheeler's 3 Ib. Table Peaches 20c. a can. G cans for $1.00
other Ccinned goods as low as any house in town
for same grade of goods.
CAN SAVE OLONTEAS !
Men's Arctics $1.75
Mens' and Boys' Boots from § 1.00 to $5.00
CriiF"All grades of Womcns' , Misses' and Ghildrens' Shoes , from
French Kid-to the Coarsest.
Cotton'Flannels from Gc. to ISc. per yard.
Heavy Medicated Twilled Flannel 40c. worth 50c.
NEW HOODS , SHAWLS , DRESS GOODS ,
PRINTS , GINGHAMS , HATS AND CAPS ,
GLOVES , MITTENS , Etc. , Etc/ ,
AS LOW AS THE LOWEST !
E-t WILCOX & FOWLEE.
The First National Bank
OF McQOOK , NRBRASKA.
PAID UP CAPITAL , - - $50,000.00.
DOES A GENERAL
- : - - : -
BANKING BUSINESS ,
Receives and Pays Deposiies. Buys and Sells Exchange on New York ,
Chicago and Omaha , and all the principal cities of Europe.
FIRE INSURANCE WRITTEN IN RELIABLE CO.'S.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS :
GS02QB EflSZKSLL , Predict , A. CAKPBBL1 , , F. L. B20TO , CisUor. B. 1 ! . FBSES , Vico-Jresidcat ,
( Of Frees & riockncll. ) ( Assistant Sopt. I ! . & M. ) ( Of KIrby Carpenter Co. , Chicago.
n-E ! CITIZEN'S BANK OF McCOOK
DOES A GENERAL-
Collections made on all accessible points. Jraft3 drawn directly
on the principal cities of Europe. Taxes paid for Non-Residents.
.Money to loan on Fanning Lands. Tillage and personal
property. Fire Insurance a specialty.
Tickets' for Sale to and from Europe ,
I J. "W. DOLAN , President.
First National Bank , .Lincoln , Neb.
- The Chase National Bank , New York. j | V. FRANKLIN , Yice-Presidcnt
C. E. McPHERSON & CO.
U , S , LAND ATTORNEYS ,
And Real Estate Brokers.
OFFICE : We's Dennison Street ,
McCOOK , NEBRASKA ,
* ' ' . ' - . ' - , ' " . if"v. . % h- . : tfj
'EDUCATIONAL ' COLUMN ,
BY THE PRINCIPAL.
EDITOR TRIBUNEAs : you have
kindly placed your columns at our dis
posal , we will give a few items pertain
ing to our work ; also , concerning our
lecture course :
Chancellor Manatt , of the University ,
writes that he will visit us next month ,
and make an examination of our course
of study and methods of teaching , with
a view of placing us upon the university
list. As the Chancellor is one of our
lecturers , he will make an address while
. Prof. W. M. R. French , the lightning
caricaturist and art lecturer , will be
here' about December loth. We will
give the exact'datc in next issue. He
will lecture upon one of the following
subjects : "The Wit and Wisdom of the
Crayon. ' ' "The Artistic Qualities of the
Modern Caricaturist. " "The Identity of
the Artist-and the Designer. " "Conven
tional Art and Modern Decoration. "
The agent of the Bcdpath Bureau
will be here , in a short time , to fix dates
for another concert company ; provided ,
the terms are within our reach , and to
arrange for their attractions already
Col. J. P. Sanford Cannot give us a
date until sometime in February , owing
to his engagements east. A personal
letter received from him , recently ,
states that he has no open dates at
present. Quite a number of our citi
zens have had the pleasure of hearing
this renowned traveleraud , all speak un
qualifiedly in his praise.
A program for Thanksgiving exer
cises has been arranged , and the exer
cises will take place on Friday , Nov.
27th , at two o'clock , P. M. , M. T.
Thanksgiving day being a legal holiday ,
there will be no school on that day. Fol
lowing is the program :
Thanksgiving among the JPAVS
* NKI.LIK LKK.
Thanksgiving among tho Greeks
The first Thanksgiving by the Dutch
on Manhattan Island ELMRK HKT.M.
The first English Thanksgiving
in New York NOKA SHAFFKI : .
How the Pilgrims gave thanks
MATIE lifSSVU. .
The first National Thanksgiving
The following pupils will repeat maxims
and extracts from the poets : Florence Yar-
nell , Minnie Whittaker , Clarence Whittaker ,
Bertha Boyle , Louisa Suess , Minnie McCon-
nell , Myrtic Jacobs , Lucy Purvis. Eddie
The pupils of the high school hav
recently organized a society to be known
as "The Young People's Society , " am
have elected the following officers
PresidentGertie , Laws : Yicc-President
Eddie Wilcox : Secretary , Mabel Me
serve 5 Treasurer , Nellie Lee.
As pupils "learn to do by doing , " in
this society they are required to ar
range and conduct their own program of
exercises , which are held ever } ' alter
nate Friday afternoonat , 2:30 : o'clock. P.
M. All are cordially invited to attend.
Tho advanced class in reading has
read the following exercises : Extracts
from Shakespeare's plays ; Tennyson's
Enoch Arden ; Irving's Sketch Book ;
Longfellow's Miles Standish. After
reading a production of an author the
class is , asked to give a reproduction of
the same in his own language.
Following is Miles Standish repro
duced by one of our pupils :
The room in Miles Staudish's house was
small and built in the style of olden times.
There was a shelf hanging high up on the.
wall , on qneside of the room , filled with large ,
well-worn books. Near the centre of the
room was a table and on it a boquet of May
flowers and some books. On the walls were
lire-anus and armors , "Burnished as if in an
arsenal hanging. "
Miles Standish was the captain of Ply-
John Alden was a young man of the Saxon
type , having light hair and bine eyes. He
was the secretary of Miles Standish. Miles
told Alden that , when he got through writ-
inghe had something to tell him. A'ldenthcn
closed the book , saying that ho was always
ready to listen to anything he had to say.
The captain then told him that he was in love
with a Puritan maiden named Priscilla , and
that he wanted him to carry the message to
her. John was in love with her too , and did
not want to go. Ho told the captain to follow
his own adage , "If yon want a thing well
done , do it yourself. ' ' But the captain said
that it should be used with discretion , and
not waste powder and shot.
When John reached the home of Priscilla ,
she sat by the window spinning. She arose
as he entered , telling him how lonesome she
was , and that she almost wished herself back
He said that he did not blame her , for ,
"Stouter hearts than n woman's had quailed
in that terrible winter. " He then told her of
the offer of marriage he had brought her.
She asked him w'hy the captain did not come
and tell her himself. He told her the captain
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i i FINEST ASSORTMENT OF
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PQ EVER BROUGHT TO McCOOK.
COME AND SEE US BEFORE BUYING.
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was busy and had no time for such things ,
and went on praising his courage , telling how
he had been defrauded of a vast o.state , etc.
She said if he did not have time before mar
riage he would not be apt to have it after.
She said that men thought women would ac
cept the first ( ilfor , whether they had ever
surmised such a thing or not. Hut said she
would never marry the captain , anyway , and
ended by saying. "Why don't you ask for
yourself , John' ' "
He went to the captain and told him of the
interview. The captain was very angry and
said that he had betrayed him ; that hence
forth there should be nothing but war ami
Soon after thN , came a messenger saying
that the council was in session and needed
Miles. It seems that an Indian came from
their camp bearing the skin of a rattlesnake
filled with arrows , which was taken as a.sign
of hostility , and they wanted to know what
answer to send. Miles returned it filled with
ammunition ; telling him.that was his answer ,
to take it and go.
Miles went out to light with the Indians ,
and a man came to town saying lie had been
killed ; that the Indians had beguiled him in
to an ambush , and that the town would be
burned and the people murdered. Of coin-so
every one felt sorry over the dcafii of such a
1'riscilla and John were married ; and as
the ceremony was concluded , they saw Miles
Standish .standing in the doorway. He came
forward to congratulate them , saying he had
been angry long enough and he wished to be
\friendagain. He. also said that he should
lave remembered his favorite adage , and
that he ' 'Could not gather cherries in Kent at
Christmas/ ftcrward be was married to a
maiden named Barbara whose surname is
mkiiowii. - M.
INDiANOLA MILL ,
( FULL ROLLER PROCESS , )
IS NOW READY TO DO A
General Milling Business.
Your patronnjrc solicited.
JAS. KETHERINGTQN , Manager.
B50 REWARD S50
'LUG TOBACCO. "Thedime cuts'
nest he as LARGE and us GOOD cv'ryvray-
VIKTH & DICKIE , 60 & G'J Wabash Avc. , Chicago.
FOR SALE BY
Jos. Mennrd , McCook. Nebraska.
M. A. SDaldin-r , JlcCook. Nebraska.
C. H. Ro-rere , JtcCook , Ncbniska.
W. O. Snylor , McCook. Nebraska.
Raymond Bros. & Co. , Lincoln. Nebraska.
Htuvroaves Bros. , Lincoln , Nebraska.
Paxton A ; Gcllasher , Onialui , Nebraska.
McCord , Brady & Co. , Omahn , Nebraska ,
XV T T .vc ; TO
HALLA0K & HOWARD ,
WHOLESALC 4 RETAIL DEALERS IN
DOORS , BLINDS.IOULDINGS / ,
McCOOK , NEBRASKA.
T ,1 , 1 T
OF MeCOOK , NEBRASKA.
Makes First Mortgage Loans on Farm Property.
OFFICE IN FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING.
A. CAMPBELL , PRESIDENT. B. M. FREES , 1ST VICE PRESIDENT ft
GEO. HOCKNELL , SECRETARY. R. o. PHILLIPS , 2ND VJCE PRESIDENT r
F. L BROWN , TREASURER.