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| PLEASANT PRAIRIE DOINGS.
Pretty cold weather tho llrst of tho wcok.
Ed. Lawthers him beon plastering his house.
Mr . ( tiitiaiu is ntill on the sick list.
Rev. Mason will preach at the school house ,
Geo Tobbs waa In the neighborhood , last
I Miss Ilclle Coltralu took in the city , last Sut-
Mr. Hill and Mr. Cain wero on tho Prairie ,
Joo Dodge took a trip down in Kansas , last
Friday a week.
Rev. Mason preached at tho school house ,
last Sabbath a week.
: There was preaching at tho school house ,
, last Sunday evening , by Knv , Morris.
• Rev. Morrisvlll preach on tho evening of
, the ] th or February , at the school house.
j Josiah French and wife visited the literary ,
, last Tuesday evening. I guess Maggie thought
The literary was largely attended , a week
ago last Tuesday evening. More seats are
Mr. Olmsted nad Mr. Johnson has been lay
ing Nebraska brick , for the past week.
Ed. Lawtheib has a new team. Ho says ho
going to take the girls out riding now. But
who is going to help you drive , Ed ?
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Farnsworth have depart
ed for their old home in Dccorrah , Iowa. We
wish them a happy time and a safe return.
A few of tho young people of this neighbor
hood attended tho wedding of Mr. A. C. Ely
and Miss Anna Gregory , last Wednesday week ,
about two miles west of Driftwood. A pleas
ant time and a splendid supper were enjoyed
Quite an accident happenod to Mr. Ashley
on his road homo from tho literary , Tuesday
evening a week. As ho was going down the
hill west of tho school house , his team became
unruly and-ran down tho hill and through Mr-
Dodge's wire fence , breaking the buggy
tongue and getting away from the buggy.
Miss Gold was thrown from the buggy , but
escaped without any severe injury. M r. Ash'
ley was somewhat hurt , as well as one of his
horses. B. .1. J.
Miss Lulu Nettleton visited with Mrs. W. S.
Wheeler , one day last week.
This wenther inuy be very nice for the St.
Paul Carnival , but it bites just tho same.
Frank Thompson has sold his property on
Commercial Avenue. Consideratson , 52,300.
It is reported that the U. P. surveyors are
coming down Dry Creek to Hartley. Let 'em
Mr. Meakia , the new proprietors of tlio
hardware store , is adding largely to his stock ,
in anticipation of a booming trade in the
We notice Dr. Baker is quite busy among
his patients. For a young man , the doctor is
head and shoulders above a good many in his
Messrs. Clark and Bartlett of Omaha , have
secured lots on Commercial Avciluc , and will
at once erect a building to be used for a hard
The timber for the new bridge is expected
to arive soon , when work will commence at
once , and wo hope soon to report a good
bridge at Bartley.
The revival meeting in progress here has
exceeded the expectations of the most san
guine. Eighty-three conversions to date , and
the meetings still in progress.
Messrs. Green &i Sibbett are tilling the Schur
building with a nice new stock of general
merchandise. These gentlemen have been
fortunate in securing the services of Charles
Buekly , to tak charge of their business. His
sterling qualities and pleasaut manners make
him a favorite with all.
BONDVILLE BUDGET. .
Miss Katy Teel came up from Bartley , Sat
We understand that Miss Teel has finished
her lessons in type setting.
Bond ic Elmer are storing away a fine lot of
ice , this week , just north of the postoflice.
The sociable given at the church , Friday ,
was a grand success.
Last Wednesday night , Mrs. A. S. Boughton
was somewhat surprised by a large number
of her friends coming in about 8 o'clock , P.
M. , to remind her that she was forty (40) ) years
old. They came well loaded withgood things to
eat. She received a nice rocking chair from
her brother , W. O. Bond , and brother-in-law ,
W. P. Elmer ; and a large album from her
children , Miss Lettio , Master Robbie and
We notice that one of our young bachelors
has been hauling stone. Gossip says some
thing is going to happen.
Mrs. Adamson received the cake given to
the most popular lady at the sociable , Friday
There is to be a calico dance at W. P. El
mer's , Friday night.
Ainon Donncr went up to Culbertson , Sat
urday , to visit friends in that vicinity.
Mr. Billings' child is now convalescent.
Fred Benjamin went to the city , Saturday.
Mrs. Joy expects to move to McCook , soon.
Miss Lena Burt less visited McCook , Wednes
N. Burt less is on the Willow attending to
Miss Florence Fredricks has been sick , but
is reported better.
Quite a number of Glenwoodites attcnJed
the dance at Mr. Clements , Friday evening ,
given in honor of Mr. Flaharty , of Ohio. Sor
ry some of the invitations were late.
A special school meeting was held at Mr.
Henderson's , Friday evening. E. J. Hender
son was elected moderator ; W. C. Frampton ,
director to fill vacancy. They decided to
have three months school , commencing about i
March 15th. Country Cousin.
Salt Rheum or Eczema ,
Old sores and ulcers ,
Scahlhead and ringworm ,
Pain in the back and spine ,
Swelling in the knee joints ,
Sprains and bruises , . •
Neurnleia and toothache ,
Tender feet caused by bunions , corns and
chilblains , I warrant Begos' Tioi > ical Oil
to relieve any and all of tin * , above.
JIcMillex & Weeks.
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TOWN. 4 , RANGE 30.
Mrs. Wm. Coleman spent Saturday , visiting
with her brother. Geo. White , and family.
The little wheat birds are abroad In the land
and their songs may be heard , these pleasant
There was no preaching at our school house
on last Sabbath , as the Rev. Morris failed to
Mr. and Mrs. Thrailklll , of McCook , risited
with Mr. and Mrs. Coleman , Saturday and Sun
John Osborne , of the Willow , Is doing chores
for M. H. Cole , and attending school in Dis
trict No. 58.
Tlio scholars in our school say they are
malting rapid advancement In their studies ,
which is correct.
There is Sabbath school at the homo of Win.
Coleman , every Sabbath , at 1U o'clock , A. M. ,
mountain time. This is an evergreen school ,
and has been kept up for over live years , win
ter and summer. For three years the only at
tendance were his family.
Died At the homo of Mr. Frame , in this
town. , a young man whoso name wo cannot
recall , passed over the river , last Saturday.
His sister was sent for , and came to McCook ,
but could not ilnd where her brother was until
several hours uJier his death. His brother
came up from Red Cloud , but did not arrive
until alter his death. He was buried on Sab
bath , We are informed that his brother and
sister are the only relatives inthis country.
Although ninon * strangers , he was kindly
cared for by Mr. Frnnio and family.
Mr. Saunders , of Jones county , Iowa , has
been visiting us. and looking over the coun
try for several days. Ho had to wade through
snow nearly "knee deep , " in Iowa , to the sta
tion. There has been good sleighing there
since the ICth of November , and part of the
time intensely cold. Ho was surprised and
astonished to And the ground bare , and tho
weather so pleasant. Ho thought this must
bo tho promised land. He was so highly
pleased with tho country that he said , "I will
go back and make a sale at once and return
iu four weeks , and bring three or four fam
ilies with me. " He said this country far ex
ceeded his expectations. He had read a let
ter written by Wm. Coleman , and published it
in the Anamosa ( Iowa ) Eureka.
G. II. Mann , from Polk count3 % Iowa , ( our
old home. ) dropped in on us , Monday evening
last , and made us a short visit. He had spent
several days in looking over the country in
the western part of Ha3'cs county , and he said
that Town. 4 , Range o0 , suited him tho best of
any ho had found. He seemed to bodelighted
with the country and climate , and said , "I do
not propose to live any longer where it is six
mouths winter , three months mud , und three
months so hot you cannot sta3' in tho house. I
will be with j-ou by February 20th , and shall
come to stay. " He had seen a letter published
in the State Register , descriptive of the coun
try , writted by Wm. Coleman.
SOUTH SIDE LOCALS.
South Side nursery business is booming.
F. H.Preston has his house completed and
started , Wednesday , P. M. , for Illinois ,
where he expects to secure a partner with
whom he has for some time beon negotiating.
Hence the whereforoness of "them beard , "
concerning which in unguarded moments we
have been led to make light and discouraging
remarks , for which we now ask Mr. P. 's par
don. Had we known. Frank , that so weighty
a matter depended on so slight an appendage ,
instead of treating it with levity , you should
have had our sincere and heart-felt sympathy.
Purify Your Blood.
If your tongue is coated ,
If your skin is yellow and dry ,
If you have botls ,
If you have fever ,
If you are thin and nervous ,
If you are bilious ,
If you are constipated ,
If your bones ache ,
If your head aches ,
If you have no appetite ,
If you have no ambition ,
one bottle of Bncns' Blood Pukifieh and
Bi.ood Makkk will relieve any and all of the
above complaints. Sold and warranted by
McMillen & Weeks.
TERMS OF COURT.
IX THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF NEB
RASKA , FOR THE YEAR. 1S87.
I hereby flx the time of holding the regular
terms of District Court , in and for the coun
ties comprising the Eighth Judicial District of
Nebraska for the year 1887 , as follows :
HARLAN COUNTY January 17th , MayGth ,
uo jury , August I5th , no jury , October 31st.
FURNAS COUNTY February 7th , August
22nd , December 1st , no jury.
KEARNEY COUNTY February 28th , July
18th , no jury , September 12th , December 9th ,
PHELPS COUNTY March 7th , July 20th , no
jury , September 26th.
BED WILLOW COUNTY-March 28th , July
22nd , no jury , September 29th , December 5th ,
HITCHCOCK COUNTY April 18th , Octo
HAYES COUNTY April 22nd , October 14th.
DUNDY COUNTY Maj 2d , October 2lth.
CHASE COUNTY May 4th. October 27th.
GOSPKR COUNTY May 10th , November 2d.
FRONTIER COUNTY-Mny 13th , Novem
WEBbTER COUNTY May 23rd. July 25th.
no jury , November 14th.
FRANKLIN COUNTY July 13th , July 28th
no jury , December "th.
Wm. GASLIN , Judge.
Alma , Neb. , Jan. 1st. 1S37.
D. W. Monitis , wholesale and retail drug
gist , 139 Commercial St. , Emporia , Kas. , Jan.
10th , 1SS7. To CiiAMUEitr.Aix & Co. , Des
Moines , Iowa : Gentlemen In sending to
you the enclosed order for a gross of your
Dough Iteinedy , allow me to say that without
my exception it is the best selling goods now
in the market. 1 have sold a great amount
) f it during the past year to the citizens of
ihis place , and have the first complaint to
lear. It is the best article to use for croup I
jver sold , being pleasant to take , which is an
important feature where children have to take
nedicine. Sold by Willey & Walker.
Itch , Mange , and Scratches of even * kind
Hired in 30 Minutes by Woolford's Sanitary
Motion. A sure cure and perfectly harmless.
Warranted by S. L. Green , Druggist , McCook.
EATOtf BROS. & CO.
0 p P. O. address. McCook ,
nrffrfc Nehmxlfn Range , south
li EXnJrVJ Cattle branded on left
MPEgHdMj' ' r Also' io. 5nnd [
* * | KS 11 brands on left hip.
-jcaltfesanriwlM1 Horses branded the
MS3Sgg535lJi E2t same on left shoulder.
B. & M. TIME TABLE.
EAST LEAVES : EAST LEAVES t
No.2 11:40 , A. M. I No. 40 5:2.1 , P.M.
WEST LEAVES : WEST LEAVES :
No. 3 ! 12:50. P. M. | No.l 8:5.1. P. M.
tST'Eastbound trains run on Central Time ,
and westbound trains on Mountain Time.
Freight trains do not cany passengers
, It. It. Woods , Agent.
CONGEEGATIONAh Preaching services
every Sunday morning at 10:30 o'clock , and
evening at 7 o'clock. Sunday School at J:30
o'clock , A. M. , all mountain time ,
j Joel S. ICelsuv , Pastor.
METHODIST. Services every Sunday at 10 :
30 A. M. and 7 P. M. . mountain time. Sunday
School at 0:30 A. M. All are cordially invited.
Seats free. Rev. Radeiiauoii , Pastor.
LUTHERAN-Services thesccond and fourth
Sundays of each month at 10:3d. A. M. , and
8:00 , P. M. , central time , at tlio School House
J. W. Kimmel , Pastor.
GERMAN FREE EVANGELICAL CHURCH
Preaching every second Sunday , at 2 o'clock ,
I * . M. . mountain time , in the Congregational
Church. Sunday School every Sunday after
noon at 2 o'clock , mountain time.
j Divine Services will be held in the Catholic
Church on :
February. . . . ( < June 5 October . .23
February 13 July 3 November. .1
March 0 July 31 Noveinber.20
March 13 August , 1.1 Docember..l8
April 10 August 28 December..25
May 8 September..25
Reserved pews for strangers.
Tims. Cullex. Pastor.
A. O. U. W. McCoJik Lodge No. CI. will meet
the first and third Mondays of each month in
the Masonic Hall. Visiting brethren cordially
invited. W. E. Dauchv , M. W.
W. H. Davis , Recorder.
McCook Legion No. 7. Select Knights ,
A. O. of U. "W. Mcetscvcry second and fourth
Tuesday evenings of encli month in Masonic
Hall. All visiting comrades cordially invited
to assemble with us. ' . S. McCammon.
A H. Davis , Recorder. Commander.
T McCOOK LODGE A. F. & A. M.
uRegular meetings on the first and
y vVrthird Tuesday evenings of each
/ % Jmonth. . S. L. Giibbn , W. M.
' W \ w. S. Weiister , Secretary.
MCCOOK CHAPTER , U. D. Meets on the
first and third Thursdays of each month , at
Musouic Hull. Visiting companions cordially
invited. W. W. Fisher , H. P.
T. G. Rees , Secretary.
CONSTANTINO COMMANDERY. U. D.
Meets every second and fourth Thursday
nights in each month. Visiting Sir Knights
courteously invited. E. E. Lowman , E. C.
S Cordeal , Recorder.
Willow Grove Lodge K. of P. , No.
42. Meets every Wednesday evening
§ at Masonic Hall. A cordial invitation
is extended to visiting Knights ,
J. F. Foriies , C. C.
T. B. Campiiell , K. R. S.
I. O. O. F. McCook Lodge No. 137,1.0.0. F. ,
meets every Friday evening , at 7 o'clock , in
Masonic Hall. All visiting brothers are invit
ed to meet with us. C. T. BREWER , N. G.
It. C. Fisher , Permanent Secretary.
II. of L. E. Brotherhood of LocomotivoEn-
gineers. Meet first and fourth Saturdays of
each month. T. J. McInrov , Chief.
J. C. Anderson , F. A. E.
J. K. Barnes Post G. A. R. Regular meet
ings second and fourth Monday evenings of
each month at Masonic Hall.
R. S. Cooley , Commander.
S. D. Hunt , Adjutant.
W. M. SANDE11SOX ,
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SCENIC PAINTER ,
Calsomining , Graining , Paper Hanging , etc.
with neatness and dispatch.
SPOTTS & STIMSON ,
BARBERS & HAIR CUTTERS.
Opposite Chicago Lumber Yard ,
MAIN STKEET. - McCOOK. NEBKASKA.
WILLIAM McINTYIlE ,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER ,
CULBERTSON. NEBRASKA ,
All work warranted. All material furnished
if desired. Work done on short notics.
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Real Estate and = =
McCOOK : NEBRASKA ,
Is prepared to write Policies on short notice
in the following standard , and old reliable
German American , of New York.
Commercial Union , of London.
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Fifty Young Men to attend
The MaLLalien University h
Spring Term , "beginning April Ttli , 1887. /
Fifty young men who are poor. (
Fifty young men wlio liave the element of true manhood.
Fifty young men who will work 4 hours each school day , J
and 10 hours each Sa.turday , for their board and tuition. $
Kooms will be provided , with the necessary furniture , ,
each student to furnish his own bedding.
"We will admit 50 on these conditions and give them em- !
ployment during the summer vacation , so far as practicable ,
to apply on their expenses for the ensuing term.
All who will avail themselves of this opportunity , will
please send their names to me at once , that arrangements
may be made. "
This proposition will be closed when 50 names have been
ALLEN BARTLEY , Financial Mgr.
This does not include special studies , as Music , Art and Business.
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and therefore a more Durable Mill. It Is the only ,
absolutely safe Mill built ; amloutof ]
Thousands Erected Durinq 12
Tears past , not one has ever Mown away and left the Tower
standing. A record no other Mill can show. "We offer *
to put up any of our ITMI'IXG MILLS
J ON THIRTY DAYS TRIAL ,
And If they don't give satisfaction , will remove Mill at ou
own expense. Also Manufacturers of the Celebrated
Challenge Feed Mills , Corn Shelters. Iron Pumps " "
with bra s cylinders. Iron Pipe , Tack3.
For estimates , catalogues and prices , apply to
% G. 13. XfiTTLETON , McCook , Neb- ,
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OF McCOOK , NEBRASKA. i
Makes First Mortgage Loans on Farm Property ,
OFFICE IN FIRST NATIOP4AL BANK BUILDING.
A. CAMPBELL , PRESIDENT. B. M. FREES , 1ST VICE PRESIDENT. .
GEO. HOCKNELL , SECRETARY. R. O. PHILLIPS , 2ND VICE PRESIDENT
F. L. BROWN TREASURER.
( Successors lo E. D. Webster. )
Horses branded on left hip or left shoulder.
j5 P. O. address , Estelle ,
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JOETX F. BLACK. ;
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STOKES & TROTH. ;
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