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Kipling and DeKoven Unite.
Reginald DeKoven and Sir Arthur
Sullivan have both been commissioned
by the Ladies' Home Journal to give a
musical setting to Rudyard Kipling's
great "Recessional" poem -written for
the Queen's Jubilee. DeKoven has fin
ished his setting of the poem as a hymn
with chorus and solo , and the composi
tion will be published in its entirety in a
forthcoming issue of The Ladies' Home
Burlington Route. '
To Portland , Ore. , without change of
cars. Through tourist sleeping cars , in
charge of special excursion managers and
accompanied by uniformed Pullman porters
ters , leave Kansas City every Thursday
morning for Portland , Ore.
They run over the Burlington Route to
Denver , D. & R. G. Ry. ( Scenic Line ) to
Ogden , Oregon Short Line and O. R. &
N. Co. to destination. A lay-over of ten
hours is made at Salt Lake City , giving
passengers all opportunity to become ac
quainted with one of the most beautiful
and. interesting cities in the world.
Travelers destined to Portland or any
other Pacific northwest point should join
these weekly excursions. This they can
do at any point at which trains stop.
There is no cheaper or more comfortable
way to make the trip. The cars have all
the conveniences of palace sleeping cars ,
lacking only their elaborate finish. Second
end class tickets are accepted. Berth-
rate , Kansas City to Portland , $5.
For tickets and full information call at
nearest Burlington Route ticket office or
write to J. Francis , G. P. A. , Omaha , Neb.
A Superior Through Sleeping Car
Line Between St. Louis
Commencing December 26th the Louis
ville Air Line has established the great
Through Sleeping Car Route to Florida.
Through sleeping cars arranged to leave
StI Louis 9:15 p. m. daily , passing Louis
ville 7 a. m. , Lexington 10:55 : am >
reaching Chattanooga 5:55 : p. m. , Atlanta
10:40 : p. m. and Jacksonville 8:40 a. m.
( second morning. ) Stopovers allowed.
This route is through large cities and in
teresting country , and , while a new
through sleeping car route , is over most
superior and well-established lines of
railway. The schedules are fast and
The line also affords passengers for
Florida trip via Asheville , N. C , the
greatest American all-year-round resort.
Correspondence solicited end informa
tion promptly furnished. R. A. Camp-
BELiGen'l Pas'ng'r Agent , St.Louis , Mo.
This is also the best line to points in
Kentucky , Tennessee , Georgia , and
North and South Carolina. 3-1-98.
Children and adults tortured by burns ,
scalds , injuries , eczema , or skin diseases
may secure instant relief by using De
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. It is the
great pile remedy. A. McMillen.
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MARBLE OR GRANITE MONUMENTS
All Kinds , Sizes and Prices.
A. G. DOLE , Agent. McCook , Neb.
also MUTUAL INSURANCE . . .
FARM , STOCK AND MERCANTILE
In the German Mutual , Omaha ; Mercantile Mu
tual , Lincoln ; Fanners Mutual , Lincoln.
ETIMF TABLE. HMj
Kecooz * num. IJHHl
ST. JOSEPH ,
KANSAS CITY ,
ST. LOUIS AND ALL
POINTS EAST AND
SALT LAKE CITY ,
SAN FRANCISCO ,
AND AtL POINTS
TRAINS LEAVE AS FOLLOWS :
No. 2. Vestibuled Express , daily ,
Lincoln , Omaha , St. Toe ,
Kansas City , St. LouisChi-
capo , and all points south
ana east 6:00 : A.M.
No. 4. Local Express , daily , Hast
ings 3:20 P.M.
No. 6. Chicago Flyer 5:22 P.M.
N0.148. Freight , daily , ex. Sunday ,
Hastings and intermediate
stations 5:00 : A. M.
No. 76. Freight , daily Oxford , Hoi-
dfege , Hastings . ' . 6:45 A. M.
No. 80. Freightdaily , Hastings and
intermediate stations 7:27 A. M.
No. 64. Freight , daily , Oxford , Red
Cloud , St. Joe , Kansas City 4:00 : A. M.
No. 5. Local Express , daily , ar
rives at 8:40P.M.
No. I. Denver Flyer 6:32 A. M.
No. 3. Vestibuled Express , daily ,
Denver and all points in
Colo.Utah and California , 11:40 P.M.
N0.I49. Freight , daily , ex. Sunday ,
Akron and intermediatesta-
tions 6:00 : A. M.
No. 77. Freight , daily.Stratton.Ben-
kelman , Haigler , Wrayand
Akron 1:30 P.M.
No. 63. Freight , daily.Stratton.Ben-
kehnan , Haigler , Wray and
Akron 4:20 P.M.
N0.175. Accommodation , Mondays ,
Wednesdays and Fridays ,
Imperial and intermediate
stations 7:00 A. M.
Sleeping , dining and reclining chair cars
( seats free ) on through trains. Tickets sold
and baggage checked to any point in the
United States or Canada.
For information , time tables , maps and
tickets , call on or write A. P.Thomson , Agent ,
McCook , Nebraska , or J. Francis , General
Passenger Agent , Omaha. Nebraska.
RAILROAD NEWS ITEMS.
Engineer A. Monks is entertaining a
brother. _ '
Brakeman MahlonBoyer resigned from
the service , last Sunday.
J. S. Culbertson was in the city over
Sunday , visiting his McCook friends.
Brakeman William Washburn and wife
were in Indianola , Sunday , on a visit.
Mrs. E. M. Cox went down to Repub
lican City , last Friday on a visit to rela
Conductor H. A. Beale and Brakeman.
B. L. McCarl were in Indianola , Sunday ,
Dennis Cullen was called to Burlington ,
Iowa , last Friday afternoon , by the death
of a brother.
Brakeman W. S. Tomlinson and fami
ly spent Sunday in Oxford , visiting his
brother and family.
The pay checks will arrive on No. 5 ,
Saturday evening. The pay car will be
here this month.
Conductor L. E. Gilcrest and H. P.
Sutton went down to Barlley , Thursday
afternoon , duck hunting.
Switchman C.J.Hill and wife returned ,
Wednesday morning , from their visit to
relatives in Wisconson.
The way car and crew recently taken
out of the service were put in service
again on Thursday of this week.
Fireman Sam Moore has resigned from
the service and is now employed by
Everist , Marsh & Co. in the meat mar
The gravel train laid over here , Thurs
day , on account of the snow storm , which
made it inexpedient for the men to work
in the pit.
There will be a new time card , next
Sunday a week. We understand that
No. 4will be placed back on her old time ,
11:10 p. m.
Civil Engineer Holmes Blair came up
from Xincoln , Thursday morning , to go
up the Imperial branch on business con
nected with the gravel pit.
- G. R. Snyder went down to Lincoln ,
Sunday on 6 , on a short visit , returning
on Tuesday night. Brakeman Mack Way-
son called for him during his absence.
Conductor F. M. Washburn and wife
will go down to Bromfield , Monday , on
a visit of some length to relatives. His
brother from Cripple Creek and Agent
Washburu of Trenton will accompany
Mrs. Ed. Willetts and the children
came down from Denver , Sunday after
noon on No. 6 , to make their home here
in the future. They have moved into
the J. H. Bennett dwelling in the north
eastern part of the city.
Dennis Cullen returned , from his sad
trip to Burlington , Iowa , Tuesday morn
ing , Miss Maggie who accompanied him
also returning. His brother Frank died
on last Thursday night , and was buried
on Sunday afternoon at Burlington.
Traveling Engineer Sid. Wheeler of
the Southern division from Lincoln and
the travelling engineer of the Northern
division from Alliance were in the city ,
Wednesday , the guests of Traveling En
gineer C. A. Dixon of the Western di
It is stated that the Hastings-Oberliu
line will soon be given a passenger train
service , perhaps commencing with next
Sunday a week. This will be hailed
with delight by those living on that
branch. It is to be hoped that with the
opening of spring and the natural in
crease of business in'consequence that
the branch lines will all be given better
service if not passenger service.
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THE ST. FRANCIS BRANCH.
Atwood Creamery was opened Tues
day. Hon. VV. W. Marple , of Beatrice ,
was master of ceremonies , and made an
interesting speech. There was music by
the Atwood band and speeches by the
Herndon creauiery opened Wednesday
and Danbury Thursday.
The Orleans and Atwood country has
now six creameries or skimming stations
built and building , namely , Orleans ,
Beaver City , Wilsonville , Danbury , Hern
don , and Atwood. The Queen of the
Beaver was the first to purchase the re
quisite stock , the first to erect a cream
ery building , and the first to open to the
public. For enterprise and snap Atwood
will line up with any of her sisters in the
short grass country.
The grand masque bal of March 4th
was a great success in every respect.
Fully 150 dancers were present , of whom
75 were masked. McDonald , Blakeman ,
Herndon , Ludell , and of course Atwood ,
were there , and it was truly an array o
beauty and chivalry worthy of any time
or place. The costumes were unique ,
especially those that-adorned the forms
of the gentler sex. The spectacular ef
fect was pleasing , and reminded one of
carnivals and the mardi gras of southern
climes. Atwood and vicinity can boast
of as many pretty girls as any locality ;
and , like the famed Blue Grass country
of Kentucky , she is proud of them. '
Never in the history of Atwood has there
been such an ideal ball. In the language
of Byron , "Bright the lamps shone o'er
fair women and brave men. " It could
not have been otherwise when the inim
itable Johnny Morrisseyand Mr. Greason
of the Republican-Citizen" managed .
It was the climax of the many successful
society events of the season.
The branch trains are gorged with
heavy freight. Trains of over thirty cars
mostly filled with merchandise , lumber ,
farm machinery , and flour are a common
thing , west bound ; and it takes two
stock trains to handle the live-stock ,
Wednesdays. 1891 and ' 92 are only a
memory. This year so far excels those
times that they live only in the mouldy
past. New buildings are looming up by
the wayside. Corn cribs overflowing the
lap of plenty , fat kine , and plump wheat
bins , and the best of prospects for the
coming season , make , the farmer forget
the years that once hung like a night
mare over this fair land.
The trains are so heavy on the branch ,
that the locomotives we now have are
too weak to pull them and make time.
The people on this branch are fondly
hoping for a passenger train. It seems
that business is certainly good enough to
warrant it , at least as far west as At
wood. It is said that Bird City has
dwindled to seven families , or 35 popula
tion , and McDonald is still smaller.
What these towns have lost Atwood has
gained. Blakeman has been dismantled.
Most of her buildings can now be seen
• Engineer DeLong and his old stand-by ,
No. 161 , was a welcome visitor , this week.
BrotheriDeLong is a good runner and a
pleasant fellow. No. 161 made No. 76
ashamed of herself. If we had more en
gines like Nos. 161 and 212 , there would
not be so many delays.
Engine 116 went to the shops from this
branch , for repairs. She is not heavy
enough for the heavy traffic of this
branch , neither is her sister , No. 76.
Atwood Lodge No. 164 , A. F. & A. M. ,
had an oyster supper andluncheon at the
Hotel de Butler , the occasion being our
popular B. & M. agent , Johnny Morrissey ,
riding the goat. Over thirty plates were
Johnny Morrissey represented an Irish
bandit at the grand masque , Friday , and
won the grand prize and first chromo.
His mask nearly caused a lady to have a
ADDITIONAL RAILROAD NEWS.
Conductor Will Beyrer has Conductor
Sam Moench's waycar.
W. C. Bulger returned to work for the
company the first of the month.
Walter Stokes has Sam Moore's place
on passenger and is firing the 281.
.Master Mechanic Archibald has a large
addition to his house well under way.
Brakeman L. M. Best is down on the
Hastings-Oberlin branch for a few days.
Auditor Foreman was at headquarters ,
Thursday , on business of the auditing
Day Foreman H. C. Smith and family
will next week take rooms and board at
Roadmaster Rogers and Claim Agent
Hanson drove northeast of Indianola ,
first of the week , looking for a company
rail that was being used to break stalks
with. They found the rail.
Corrected Friday morning.
Corn % .16
Hogs 3-4 °
Potatoes 65 @ .75
EGGS FOR SALE.
S. C. Brown Leghorn eggs at 25 cents a
dozen after March 1. - M. C. Maxwell.
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