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About The McCook tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 1886-1936 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 26, 1886)
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CHEAP CATTLE !
W WILL SELL THE REMAINDER OF OUR HERD
I CONSISTING OF - _
Grade Hereford Bulls ,
Grade Shorthorn Cows f Calves ,
Grade Shorthorn and Hereford
Yearling Heifers ,
bunches to suit at low
prices , on 5 years time , at IQ
per cent , interest , real estate
security. This is the best
chance you will ever have to
buy Good Cattle Cheap. In
GEO , HOCKNELL , McGook ,
JESSE D , WFLBORN , Indianoia ,
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. A. SPALDING , PROPRIETOR , 12
1 Pianos and 2.
j Organs , \ 2.O
| I SEWING MACHINES. . \
| J. A. TAYLOR , Druggist. |
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: DEALERS IN :
Sash , Doors , Blinds , Lime , Cement ,
HARD AND SOFT COAL.
McCOOK , NEBRASKA.
Challenge Wind Mill ,
Superior to any ou the market , liclng Heavier , Stronger Built ,
ami therefore a more Durable Mill. It Is the only
absolutely safe Mill built ; and out of
Thousands Erected During 12
Tears past not one has ever blown away and left the Tower
standing. A record no other Mill can show. AVe offer
to put up any of our PUMPING MILLS
ON THIRTY DAYS TRIAL ,
And If they don't Kl\e satisfaction , will remove Mill at our
own expense. Also Manufacturers of the Celebrated
Challenge Feed Mills , Corn Shelters , Iron Pumps
v , * t with brass cylinders. Iron Pipe , Tanks.
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For estimates catalogues and prices apply to
G. i ) . NETTLETON , McCook , Neb. ,
Agent for Southwestern Nebraska and Northwestern Knr.sas.
; 2TOSce asi Silerca ia the UCst Teed US11 , Eiilread St.
; FOR SALE BY :
The Frees & Hocknell Lumber Go , ,
McCOOK , NEBRASKA.
-B. B , Burley , proprietor of
Bouse , Belle Plalne , Iowarelates , his exper
ience nslbUowa : "I have had the opportunity
of testing the merits of Chamberlain's Colic ,
Cholera and Dlarrhcea Remedy In several in
stances lu severe and dangerous cases of
cholera inorbus. From my experience Iiithe
use of this medicine lean recommend it with
pleasure. Every one traveling should have
it and no family should be without it. * ' Sold
by Wlllej" & Walker.
The finest , largest line of Knight Templar
cards ever brought to Western Nebraska , at
Tire TiiniujfE stationery department.
SERVICE BY PUBLICATION.
Garden City Dairy Company , n
I corporation duly organized and
doin business under and by Before
, virtue of the laws of the State H. Col vin ,
I of Illinois. Plaintiff , a Justice of
vs. lino Peace ,
William H.Hayden ( and Kicbard 'in and for
Roc and .lolin Too whose right Ited Willow
and true names are unknown ) Co .Stnteof
partners , doinjr business under Nebraska ,
lirm name and style of Hayden
A ; Company , Defendants.
William H. Hayden ( and Richard Hoc and
John Doe , whoso right and true names are
unknown. ) partners , doing business under the
firm name and stylo of Hayden & Co. , defend
ants , will take notice that on the 2M day of
July , 1880 , the plaintiff herein. ( Garden City
Dairy Co. , ) commenced its action and filed its
Hill of Particulars in the Justice Court of S.H.
Colvin , a Justice of the Peace in and for Red
Willow county. State of Nebraska , against
said defendants , the object and prayer of
which is to recover judgment for the sum of
Sixty-Five Dollars and Twenty-Eight Cents
( $ GT . : JSfor goods , wares and merchandise sold
and delivered to defendants at their own re-
I qiiest. and that the necessary affidavits for
t attachment and garnishment were lllcd and
undertaking : given and certain parties owing
defendantsgarnisheed to answer In court , and
that thoamounts duefromthera todcfendants
be applied to pay debt of defendants to plain
You are required to answer the said petition
and bill of particulars on or before tj o " 1st day
of August , 1880. GAUDKN CITY DAIKY Co.
Dated July 24th , 18t > 0. By
LEON P. Moss , Atfj- .
SERVICE BY PUBLICATION.
Abel , Bach & Fitrgcrultl , a flrni j
organi/.ed for tho purpose of " BeforeV
trade in the State of Wiscon W. I'isher , a
sin , "Plaintiffs , . Justice o
vs. ( the Peace in
Haydeu & Company , a firm or and for Kc <
ganized for tho purpo.se of Willow Co.
trade in the State of Nebras- Nebraska.
ka , Defendants. J
William H. Hayden ( and Kichard Hoe am
John Doe , whose .rifrht and true names are
unknown , ) partners , doingbusiness under the
lirm name and style of Hayden & Co. . defend
ants , will take notice that o ; the SJd day o
July , 1SSO , the plaintiffs Herein. Abel. Huch & ,
Fitzgerald , commenced their action and tile <
their Bill of Particulars in the Justice Court o
W. W. Fisher , a Justice of the Peace in and foi
Kcd Willow county. State of Nebraska , tigains
said defendants , the object and prayer o
which is to recover judgment for the sum o
One Hundred and Forty-One Dollars and Elev
en Cents ( $141.11) ) , and interest from Miircl
28th , 18SC. for goods , wares and merchandise
sold and delivered to defendants at their owi
request , and that the necessary aflidavits foi
attachment and garnishment Avere filed ntu
undertaking1 given and curtain parties owiiif.
dolendants garnisheed to answer in court , aiu
that the amounts due from them to defend
ants be applied to pay debt of defendants t (
You are required to answer the said petition
and bill of particulars OH or before the Hist
day of August , ISSfi.
ABKfj , 1J\CII A : FlTKCiEllALD.
ByHur.u W. Cor.cAtt'y
Dated July Sfltli , ISSli.
( Successors to E. D. Webster. )
Horses branded on left hip or left shoulder.
P. O. address , Estelle ,
Hayes county , and Bcat-
irice , Neb. Hunge.Stink-
sing Water and French-
Jman creeks , Chase Co. ,
Brand as cut on side of
I some animals , on hip and
, sides of some , or any
where on the animal.
STOKES & TROTH.
P. O. address , Carrico ,
Hayes county. Neb.
i Kange : Ked Willow
creek , above Carrico.
Stock branded as abovt
Also run the following
brands : 5 , J-P , U , X
Horse brand , lazy (0.L
EATON BROS. & CO.
P. O. address , aieCook ,
Nebraska. Kango , south
, of McCook.
I Cattle branded on left
hip. Also , 1Q ? 5 , K Hnd
11 brands on left hip.
Horses , branded the
same on left shoulder.
SPRING CREEK CATTLE CO.
J. D. WEtnOKN , Vice President aird Sup t.
P. O. address , Tndiaiio-
Ia , Nebraska.
Range : Republican
Valley , east of Dry
Creek , and near head of
Spring Creek , in Chase
county , Nebraska.
A THOROUGH BRED
Holstein-Friesian Bull ,
PATE & HINMAN.
se wishing to avail thuiusclx es of his
services call at
THE RED WILLOW MILL
Is now in operation and will do
General Custom Work ,
* The Mill is complete and we
Guarantee Good Work ,
J. W. PICKLE & CO.
BOX ELDER STRAWBERRIES.
Hello , Coward , haVe jou and MUs L. found
'yourselves yet ?
A.-W. Campbell is building him a fine new
frame house , so we hear.
Quite a nice time at Mattie Miller's taffy
pulling , week before last.
We had quite a nice rain , the other night ,
which made the hearts of the fanners glad.
Mr. Bolles has been getting some new fur
niture. What does that mean ? Can you tell
us , Vira.
Bert , don't feel so bad because your oldest
j brother cut you out. Brace up , and don't be
Jforley Piper has returned to his home at
Box Elder from a four or five weeks trip.
We gladly welcome him back.
They are talking of having a pic-nic for the
Box Elder Sunday School. We hope they
will succeed in their undertaking.
.Mrs. A. W. Campbell has returned from
her visit down in Kansas. She leaves the
folks getting better , but not well. Hope they
will recover hoon.
There was quite a laughable wish made ,
the other day , when Mr. Snort wished that
his name was Mr. Cogger. Can't you change
with Snort , Cogger ?
The base ball clubvuit to play against the
Coon Creek boys , last Saturday , anil the Coon
Grei'kers beat them 2.1 scores. Poor boys ,
how we pity them , biit hope they will live
One more railroader back again , Mahlon
Campbell. He has a pet finger and * says
railroad woik is too much for him. We are
sorry for his pet , but'we welcome him back
in our neighborhood.
The Box Elder base ball club Is fast im
proving and we all wish them good MICCCS *
Mr. Bolles gave the boys quite a civil danc
recently. Jieportas , a good time if on
or two had lett their bottles at home.
"Win. Templiu is having it real nice , thi :
summer. lie is in town every other day ,
Some think there is some one that takes bin
there. That is right , Will , go it while yoi
have a chance , you may not always have one
Box Elder , August 24. SEruirr.
These are busy times for the farmers ant
We met C. S. Ferris , last week. He report.
that the corn in this section tlit best he ha :
seen in the .state.
Mr. McCroskie and .Ie-.se Webb will visi
friends in Colorado soon : wo presume thi
antelope will suffer.
Mr. and Mrs. Jloyt of Xew York are visit
ing their soir , James L. , and of course botl ;
are well pleased with their trip.
Mr. Clements has madu arrangements to
run a sorghum mill this season and we are
assured that it will be a successful enterprise ,
.Mr. Spangler , who preached at Yailtor
during.the summer , has returned to his stud
ies at Oberlin , Ohio , very much to the regre
of the community in general.
Miss Nettie Parks has made proof on her
place. We notice quite a number in this sec
tion doing the same ; in fact most of the html
in the vicinity of Vailton is > already deeded
Quite a number of our voting people sur
prised Miss Jennie Speer on the ICth in the
way of a birthday party. The evening pass
ed quickly in games , music , etc. , and will be
a milestone in life long to be remembered.
We are sorry to learn of J. F. Megrue's dis
posing of his place near Vailton. We opine ,
however , that lie will make the southwest
his home in the near future. Mr. M. has a
number of farms in Clay county which re
quire his supervision. RALPH.
Mrs. II. II. Pickens is on the sick list.
Fred. Benjamin is putting the roof on his
Ed. Benjamin has gone to the Willow tn
look after his land.
It is reported that one of our neighbors is
busted financially speaking.
We were mistaken , Lloyd Hileman is build
ing a sod house instead of a frame.
Ed. Wheaton is down from the Willow with
a fine span of brogan ponies for sale. i
Boys , all lake off your hats , 11. J I. Pickens is
coming With that nobby new wirriaire of his.
Tim aud Jack Hanau were up on the Drift
wood , last week , helping topiiftup a house.
Reports from old Michigan say they aie
feeding their stock hay. Pastures all burnt
up and crops almost a failure.
H. H. Pickens , Richard Johnston and Fred.
Benjamin were delegates to the count } con
vention from Valley Grange precinct. .
Perry Stone smiles all oer his countenance.
His wife and child returned home from their
eastern visit , last Saturday night. Her father
ind father-in-law accompanied her.
W. T. Stone thinks he has the finest piece
sf coni , in the country. He has some fine
melons , as we can attest. We helped to eat
: me , last Sunday , that kicked the beam at
10 pounds. UNO.
YO J TAKE NO CHANCES
when you buy Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera
uid Diarrhoea Uemedy. It is. positively
juaranteed to do all that is claimed for it.
tVn attack of bowel complaint and griping
> ains are so often sudden and dangerous that
10 one can afford to be without a prompt and
: ertain remedy. Ask your dnisrgNt for
Chamberlain's Colic , Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy , Manufactured at DesMoines , Iowa ,
md be sure j'on get it. Three sizes. 125 cts. ,
W cts. , and $1.00 bottles. Sold by Willev &
SIcCook , Neb. . August llth. 1880.
Complaint having1 been entered at this oflice
) yPeter-J. Mosecrans air.iinstS. William Fish-
rfor abandoning his Homestead Entry No.
OC4 , dated.3IcCook.Neb. . September 21st. IS&i.
ipon the northeast quarter section 13. town-
hip 4 , north of raiiffe IJO west , in Hed Willow
ounty , Nebraska , with a view to the eancella-
ion of said entry : the s > aid parties are hereby
ummoned to appear at this office on the ICth
lay of September , 1880 , al 1 o'clock , P. M. , to
cspond and furnish testimony coccernin > j
aid alleged abandonment.
U G. L. LAWS , Register , -
THE CITIZENS BANK OF McCOOK
( INCORPORATED UNDER STATB LAWS. )
Paid up Capital , $50,000,00 ,
= DOES A = 1 * ,
General Banking Business ,
Collections mado on all accessible points. Drafts drawn directly on the principal
cities of Europe. Taxes paid for Jfon-Kesidents. Money to loan on farming
lands , village and personal property. Fire insurance a specialty.
Tickets For Sale to and from Europe ,
CORRESPONDENTS : V. FHASKHN , President.
First National Bank , Lincoln , Nebraska. Joan R. CI.ARK , Vlco-Presldent.
Tho Chemical National Bank , Now York. A. C. EBIRT , Cashier.
l ! 11st Co.
OF McCOOK , NEBRASKA.
Makes First Mortgage Loans on Farm Property ,
OFFICE IN FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING.
A. CAMPBELL , PRESIDENT. B. M. FREES , 1ST VICE PRESIDENT.
GEO. HOCKNELL , SECRETARY. R. O. PHILLIPS. 2ND VICE PRESIDENT
F. L. BROWN TREASURER.
The Howard Lumber Co.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Lumber & Coal ,
MeCOOK , NEBRASKA.
McCOOK FEED MILL ,
C. A. NETTLETON , Prop.
All Kinds of Feed Ground.
CORN SHELLED AND GROUND , BOLTED , ETC.
2 BLOCKS EAST OF RUSSELL'S BARN ,
McCOOK - - NEBRASKA.
FARM IMPLEMENTS ,
WAGONS , BUGGIES , WIND MILLS AND PUMPS.
DEERING MACHINES A SPECIALTY.
CORNER MAIN AND RAILROAD STREETS , McCOOK , NEB.
CHICAGO , ApaitSlst , 1SS6.
This is to certify , that the Illinois Trust and
Saving * Bank has this day receivsd from the
Union Cigar Company of Chicago , to be held
as a Special Deposit ,
U. S. 4 ° lo Coupon Bonds ,
as follou-s :
Ho. 22028 D. jsco. Market Value of which fe
* 4iios 100 ! I S51OI2.
" aZy.O 1UO. f
$800. ) ( S. ) 7at. S. Gftot. Cash.
We offer the above as a FOBFEIT , if our
"FANCY OKOCEU" does not prove to be a
genuine Havana-filler Cisar.-Urilon Cigar Co.
Our Li LOMA lOc. Cigar is strictly Hand
made. Elegant quality. Superior uorknianhip.
Sold by all Grocers.
UXION CIGAR COMPANY.
to N. Cllntou St. , - CHICAGO.
HAYDEN & COMPANY.
JOHN F. BLACK.
Breeder of IMPHOVF.D SHEEI
Bplane , Meri
no find South
at Red Willow
CITY - BAKERY.
WK KEEP ON HAND i
BREAD , PIES & CAKES.
H A HAM BREAD.
Cakes Made on Order ,
In connection where you can get coffee.sdnn-
w iclies. pies , etc. , at all hours.
f ap High Rtpts and Hit Cast of Heating a Rxh b'J utlng
OPEN Full & < 4 SJt 2 In. hag.
| FULL BED ,
\ SINGLE BED.
' Guaranteed the Best
I ing Bed made.
, Write for Catalogue.
CLOSED With all Btddlny IntUt ,
Ask Your Furniture Dealer ror It.
FOREST CITY FURNITURE CO.
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