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QOK WEEKLY TRIBUNE.
VOLUME 2. McCOOK , HED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , MARCH 6 , 1884. NUMBER 40.
J. E. COCHRAN ,
Attorney at Law ,
SsSOOI , SEB WILLOW C2TOTT , UIB.
PracHco in any Courts of the otato and Kan
sas , and the government Land OfTlco of this
District , utid before the Lsnd Department at
Washington. Sutlflfnctlon Kuarnnio d , and
terms rcsrm ible. Office 1st door seuth of the
TL 8. Land Office. S-28.
JENNINGS & STARBUCK ,
Attorneys at Law ,
'Will pic special attention to the practice of law ,
and tnaldnR collections.
J3 ? " 0fflce Secondbloclenorth of depot , 2 doors north
Green's drug sturc. 2-22.
JOHN A. LEE ,
MCCOOK : t 'NEBRASKA.
Pit and Workmanship Guaranteed.
PAGrK T. FRANCIS ,
Red Willow County.
Keeps certified plats of all lands in the
Hitchcock land district. Special attention
given to all such business. Correspondence
Dr. A. J. WILLEY ,
Surgeon B. & M. R. R. ,
Office at B. & M. Pharmacy ,
McCOOK , 2-36. NEBRASKA. "
L.7LEE JOHNSON , M. D. ,
Physician and Surgeon.
Griiuta HoJicil Septasat Uaivcrsit ? Woter.
Office In rear of Citizen's Bank , where h can be
found wlieu not professionally engaged.
A. T. GATEWOOD ,
SURGEOI2 DENTIST ,
. B. & F. EATING HOUSE.
Preservation of Teeth a Specialty.
JOHN F. COLLINS , .
Contractor and Builder.
McCOOK. - . NEBRASKA.
JcfUblnBwin recclra prompt attention at my § hop
on Dcnntsoa St. , opposite McCook House. Flans and
specifications furnished If desired. . t
CONGKDON & CLIFE ,
Bricklayers & Plasterers.
All Jobs Promptly attended to.
C. L. NETTLETON ,
-Supt Public Instruction
Teachers' Examinations at Indinnola on the
third Saturday of every month , commencing
sit 3 o'clock. AM. . 25-tf.
W. M. SANDERSON ,
House & Sign Painter.
McCooic , - NEBRASKA
All work guaranteed. Give me a call.
-WM. McUNTYKE , -
Contractor .and Builder
. . .OF LONG EXPERIENCE.
All work warranted. All m aterial furnished
df desired. Work done on short notice.
vv HTNMAN & CO. ,
PaintersGrainers& Paper Hangers
McCOOK , 2-36. NEBRASKA. -
S57 Desgns ! f urnlshed for Celling Decorations ,
either In pnper er Frcaco Painting.
1 would say to the citizens of Indianola and vicinity
ih t > I will continue to set a good table and famish
OOD-flLSAlT-3STS at 0KB J30LLA3 per day.
I NDS AM ) PATENTS.
: E. M. MARBLE. . .
tTpu-arils of three years Assistant Attorney General
of the United States : for the Interior Department ,
.Tract Ices before the General Land Office and the In
terior Department In Jand and mining cases. Ob
tains patents for .Inventions In this and foreign
-countries. Nearly three and one-half years Com
missioner of .Patents. Office , Le J > rolt Building ,
"Washington , D. C.
I a wcrfcat home. ? 5 ottntfree. . Tay ab-
Jsdlutely sure. No ilsk.Capital notrequlr-
S66 led. Deader. If you waa .bustnesat whlct
_ _ t persons of either sex , .young or old. car
make great pay ell the time they work , Trtth absolute
ertalnty , write for particulars to II. HALLKTT &
CO. , Portland , ilalue. ? -33
W. C. LaTOURETTE ,
H DEALER IN | ]
HARDWARE , STOVES , QUEENSWARE ,
AGRICULTURAL' IMPLEMENTS . ,
The Largest Stock and Lowest Prices
in Red ATillow County.
CALL AND BE CONVINCED.
Sign of BIG AX. Three Deors South P. 0.
McCOOK - - NEBRASKA.
IT " 57" nn "B" TP
JLi 1C JLJLJb
-GENERAL DEALERS IN-
! , STOVES AND TINWARE , '
Agricultural Implements and Barb Wire.
The Celebrated Bain Wagon
The Eest Wagon in the Market
MANUFACTURING AND REPAIRING OF
Tin Sheet-Iron &
, - Copperware
By Practical and Experienced Workmen , Promptly
and Neatly Executed.
Corner Store , Opposite Citizen's Bank , McCOOK , NEBRASKA.
Is the place for *
Ice Cold Lemonade ,
Ginger Beer , Pop ,
Choice Cigars , Candy , Nuts , Etc.
CALL and ENJOY YOURSELVES
Saddles f Harness ,
[ OPPOSITE HOTEL ON THE HILL. ]
Manufacturer and Dealer In
Stock Saddles , Co"wBoyiout
-fits , .and Spurs.
R H. HAMILTON. .
Mrs , R. H.'HAMILTON ,
Hair Goods & Millinery ,
Switches , Braids , Waves , ,
Frizzes , Etc.
"Special attention paid to the manufacture of
al'kinds of HA1U GOODS. Order by mall will re-
Ladies' Furnishing Goods
And Stylish Millinery.
Zephyrs and "Woolen Goods , Notions , Satins , Laces
and Trimmings at the
Ladies' Fashionable Bazar
One Door South of Quick's Store ,
S2-3mos. INDIANOLA , NEBRASKA.
A. PROBST &BRO.
BREAD. PIES & CAKES ,
Ca kes Made on Order
" ' *
Lunch "Room -connexffton , .where
you can get'hot coffee , -etc.
SOUTH SIDE LOCALS.
Mrs. Wheaton returned to her home
on Red Willow , last week.
Mr. Forsey , ( on the divide between
Driftwood and the River ) , has found
water at the depth of 106 feet , four feet
deeper he struck rock , he now claims
that his well at least is "founded on a
The exercises to commemorate the
birth of our martyred President , Abra
ham Lincoln , in Mrs. C. L. Nettleton's
school , owing to the illness of Mr. Net-
tletonwere , postponed till Friday of last
week ; the programme was well arrang
ed , the selections were good , and the
rendering reflected great credit on both
teacher and pupils. JOSIE.
John Connor , our sheep man , reports
no loss ;
Some wheat Las been sown in this
Cattle as a general rule are coming
out all right. There Das been some
loss in a few herds.
Eugene Dunham is pounding out R.
S. Coolcy's millet. Millet seed will De
worth money this Spring.
Our people are going wild on Final
Proofs. Five parties from this neigh
borhood will make final proof on their
claims on one day in April.
February 28th. OBSERVER.
"EMINENT SUCCESS. "
Editors , Doctors , Druggists , and All Who
Try It , Unite in Praise.
"I have used your GOLDEN BALSAM
with eminent success. I can fully rec
ommend iUf R. H. Ditzlcr , M. D. ,
Fort Scott , Kansas.
"Your GOLDEN BALSAM is a splendid
Cough remedy. It is highly recom
mended by all. " Reck & Rankin ,
Druggists , Allerton , Itfwa. '
"It affords me pleasure to say that
MARSH'S GOLDEN BALSAS ! cured me of
a most obstinate cough after I had tried
various other medicines without avail.
I only used half a bottle. " Sims Ely ,
Editor Herald , Hutchinson , Kansas.
' 'Your GOLDEN BALSAM is unques
tionably the best cough preparation we
have ever handled. " J. L. Jones , M.
D. , ( of Jones & Calvert , Druggi&t ) ,
Jonesburg , Mo.
MARSH'S GOLDEN BALSAM for the
Throat and Lungs , and MARSH'S GOL
DEN BLOOD & LIVER TONIC , are for
sale by S. L. Green , Druggist , McCook.
Large bottles 50 cents and SI. 38.
NEW MEAT MARKET.
DUNGAN & SHEKELS ,
Fresh f Salt Meats
OF ALL KINDS. CUBEBS OF
Ham and Breakfast Bacon.
Pure Lard of ojr own rendering. Highest cash
pries paid for Hides , "Furs of all kinds , and Felts.
One door we st of the City Bakery. .
DUNGAN A SHEKELS. Proprietors.
WM. FRUIN ,
Settlers-on Government Lands , buy and i
.sell deeded claims , town lots and
ALL LAND BUSINESS
promptly and accurately done , and
information as to lands cor
rectly givea on reasona
Coizesponface Solicited ,
FROM RED WILLOW.
Amos R. Buck is spending a two
weeks vacation from school at home.
Mr. 0. S. Clark and family have pull
ed up and started for their old home in
Mr. J. A. Taylor has been quite ill
during the past two weeks , but is con- .
Some new herds of fine cattle are expected - t
pected from Iowa as soon as the grass
will justify "turning out. "
I. J. Sfcxrbuck has purchased the hay
and stalk fields of Mr. Clark and has
about 50 head of cattle in herd on the
Land hunters are looking up aban
doned claims quite briskly and many .
new farms will be opened hereabouts in
Mr. Canaga has just returned from a
visit to his old home in Ohio. Says he
has no hankering for the old haunts
is better satisfied with Nebraska than
The soft weather for the past two
weeks has taken out the frost from
mother earth and already farmers are
preparing for sowing wheat , of which a
goodly acreage will be put in this spring.
The small cattle herds'along the Wil
low are coming through in good condi
tion and with but little loss. How it
may be among the larger herds near the
headvof the Willow this deponent is not
advised. Rumor says a good many dead
cattle. Buffalo grass has not been very
good this winter and stock raisers arc
beginning to find out that hay and corn
are pretty good things to have.
The meetings at several points along
the creek during the winter were in a
measure a success several additions to
the different churches. The meetings
have been not a little disturbed by row
dy youngsters who ought to be in the
State Reform School. One boasts that
he has a galloa of "red eye" hid away
for spring use ; another amused himself
lately by setting up the family Bible for
a target for revolver practice. Where
are.the parental restraints ?
By the way , isn't "Bishop's Annual"
a good joke ? The County is Indianola
and Indianola is the County has over
400 inhabitants and dozens of business
firms bright prospects of growing
grandeur with all the balance of the
county revolving around it.
McCook is only a small railroad town
with "about 400 inhabitants , chiefly
employes of the railroad company. "
"The town contains two general stores ,
two hotels , a lumber yard , saloon , etc. "
For CHEEK that would makes a govern-
mect mule blush , jast show us G. S.
Mr. V. Franklin was iu our town ,
There are a. great many land hunters
W. II. McCartney has the nicest store
5n the Valley.
C. S. Quick has been on the sick list ,
but is better -now.
Our Literary was 'largely attended
last Saturday night.
Thomas Crumbaugh will pen a fam
ily grocery store here soou.
We have the best farmer on paper , in
our town , there is in Western Nebraska.
T. H. Barnes and family will move
East soon. We are sorxy to have them
Report says Mr. Ward -will retire
from the Hamilton House soon. Mr.
Linch sucoeds him.
The new firm of Boyer & Shaw will
commence the invoicing of C.S. Quick's
stock the first of Abe week.
We had a warning ihat the world was
liable to come to an end soon by an
A vcfltist Minister , last-Sunday , in the
G. A. R. Post.No. 154 , wets to
night , ihe 6th , J-he regular monthly
meeting. Would like some jnore of the
McCook hoys join us.
A big law suit baa been started in the
District Court. Mr.Harmon attached
Harlo Bros.5 horses , and Sheriff W.elborn
has them in his .care now.
-.G. A. Hunter .has .sold his .farm of
251 acres for $4,000 to Mr. Walmrose.
.a commercial man. "Sir. Hunter and
family are going to California. They
will be missed by .there many friends in
Indianola. A CITIZEX.
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