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VOLUME IX. McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY EVENING , JANUARY SO , 1891 , NUMBER 36.
BY PRICES AT
Before , invoicing on Jan. 1st , 1891 , we will close every line
AT - : - ACTUAL - : COST !
The following are some of the prices :
10 dozen of MISSES' TOBOGGANS at 25c. Worth 75c.
10 dozen of MISSES TOBOGGANS at 50c. Worth $1.25.
10 doz. suits MEN'S UNDERWEAR at $2.50. Cheap at $5.
10 doz. suits MEN'S UNDERWEAR at $1. Cheap at $2.
LADIES' UNDERWEAR at ONE-HALF regular price.
A FULL LINE OF
Ladies' , Misses' , Children's and Men's Shoes
AT BEDROQK !
Notwithstanding that shoes have advanced 20 per cent.
We will make this absolutely
in McCook and vicinity. We have a full stock of
to select from AS LOW AS THE LOWEST. Give
us a trial and he convinced that
We are THE CHEAPEST DEALER in the City.
YOURS ANXIOUS TO PLEASE ,
In addition tomy line ofDRYGOODS ; CLOTH-
IJfG , ftOOTS , SHOES , MOTIONS , Etc. , I
have just laid in a stock of
FRESH STAPLEAND FANCY GROCERIES.
I have determined to sell all my goods at "hard
times" prices. Call and see me at the old Op =
penheimer stand in the ( Babcock Morlan build =
ing , and I will do the square thing by you.
SASH , BOOKS , BLINDS , CEMENT , LIME ,
Also Hard and Soft Coal.
The White Line Transfer ,
" "Wm. M. ANDERSON , Prop.
Citizens and Visitors Briefly
Mentioned. We Have Had
Our Eye on You.
"I Know Not What the Truth May Be ,
I Tell it as Twas Told to Me. "
Will Archibald is homo from Chicaca.
Ed. Fltzgeiald left , Wednesday , for Galveston -
veston , Texas.f ,
Sheriff McCool was in the chief city , Mon
day , in an official capacity.
Frank Boyd , of Ainsworth , was registered
at the Commercial , Saturday.
Andy Hatch was down from Hayes Cen
tre , Monday , on business matters.
John McCotter was down from Dakota , the
first of the week , on aifairs of business.
Frank Cnrrnth was up fmm Plattsmouth ,
the early part of the week , on business.
Attorney Starr was up from Indlanola ,
Monday , in company with sheriff McCoolon
Assist. Supt. Ilarmanwas down from
Holyoke , Wednesday , on business at head
Chief Dispatcher Forbes , mayor of Holyoke
eke , Colo. , was at headquarters , Sunday , on
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Jordan and daughter of
McCook took in the dance at the rink , last
week. Oberlin Eye.
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Bump , of McCook ,
came over to participate in the masquerade ,
last week. Oberlin Eye.
Jlev. N. F. Kletzing , of McCook , made us
a pleasant call , yesterday , ( Thursday ) .
Mrs. J. H. Burns and family are visiting :
Mrs. Cronkhite at Hastings , having gone
down last Friday evening.
A. E. Lytle expects to engage in business
somewhere in the northwest , but lias not yet
settled upon a location definitely.
Prof. L. E. Hiclts , of the state university ,
favored the convention with valuable sug
gestions , as did also W.E.Strythe of the Bee.
Ben Strayer came in from Denver , where
lie is working at his trade , Sunday evening ,
and will spend a week or two visiting in
C. C. Vennum of Stratton , O. Frost of
Bartley , and J. S. West of Benkelman were
among the interested visitors at the conven
tion , Wednesday.
W. E. Robinson of San Diego , CaL , S. A.
Osborne of Denver , Colo. , took an active
part in the convention's deliberations.Thurs-
day. Both are practical irrigation men.
L. Morse of Benkelman , was one of the
most level-headed men in the convention.He
is now actively engaged in pushing through
one of Dundy county's irrigation enterprises.
A. B. Davis left , Monday evening , for
Missouri , where he goes to solicit seed and
feed for Coleman precinct. His operations
will be confined to four counties of that state.
Danford of the Stratton News , DeVVald of
the Trenton Register , Knight of the Ked
Cloud Argus , Harlan of the Stockville Sen
tinel , and Myers of the lied Cloud Democrat
were among the attendants upon the irriga
B. F. Babcock of Garden City , and C. J.
Jones of the Culbertson ditch were active
and valuable participants in the convention
throughout the session. Mr. Babcock is
largely interested in ditch projects ; while
Mr. Jones is a large ditch builder.
J. P. Lindsay was over from Beaver City ,
two or three days this week , making some
preliminary arrangements for his removal to
McCook. We understand that F. L. Brown
will be the new Register's clerk , which is a
splendid selection and will give general
T. J. Whited went to McCook on Tuesday
to see how the aid for the A. O. U. W. is
coming in and reports bountiful supplies
coming from all parts of the U. S. for tiiis
purpose which is being judiciously distribut
ed among the needy of that brotherhood.
Ex-Gov. Furnas of Brownville , who is ev
er alert to every movement for Nebraska's
advancement , was here throughout the ses
sion. The ex-governor has given the subject
ot irrigation much thought , and his utter
ances commanded attention and carried
weightHe is an ardent advocate of irrigation.
Mr. Harvey Miller , of McCook , Nebraska ,
after an absence of seven years , has return
ed on a visit to his parents and the scenes of
his school boy cays. He is the eldest son of
Mr. Wm. H. Miller , of near Lavansville.
Harvey has grown in the years of his absence
into a stalwart man. He is a conductor on
the C. , B. & Q. railway system and runs a
train between Denver , Colorado , and Mc
Cook , Nebraska. Somerset ( Pa. ) Democrat.
This is what you oujrht to have , in fact , you
must have it , to fully enjoy lifo. Thousands
are searching for it daily , and mourning be
cause they find it not. Thousands upon thous
ands of dollars are spent annually by our people
ple in the hope that they may attain this boon.
And yet it may be had by all. We guarantee
that Electric Bitters , if used according to
directions and the use persisted in , will bring
you good digestion and oust the demon dys
pepsia and install instead Eupepsy. We rec
ommend Electric Bitters for dyspepsia end
all diseases of liver , stomach and kidneys.
Sold at 50 cents and $1.00 per bottle by A. Mc
Millan , druggist. 34-4ts.
COUBT HOUSE NEWS.
ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM THE LEGAL
AND MATRIMONIAL MILL.
FILED JANUARY 20.
983. Richard M. Williams vs. Wm. Williams ,
083. Frank M. Hocknell vs. Chas. E. Harvey
et al , equity.
084. 8. P. Gibbs vs. J. D. Welborn ot al ,
FILED JANUAKY 28.
085. McCook Co operative Building & Sav
ings Association vs. Robert A. Adams , equity.
986. Huddleston Lumber Co. vs. J. Byron
Jennings , equity.
FILED JANUARY 20.
087. Henry Crabtree vs. Red Willow County ,
Nebraska , appeal.
988. Isaiah Bennett vs. same.
080. Frank H. Strout vs. same.
090. Samuel H. Smith vs. same.
OFFICIAL AID REPORT.
Following is the report of the county clerk
of the county commissioners of Red Willow
county , to the Nebraska State Relief Commis
sion , for the aid distributed to the needy
January 24th , 1801.
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TERMS OF COURT FOR 1891.
Eleventh Judicial Ehbict of Nottasis.
CHASE : February 24 , jury ; June 2 , no jury ;
September 1 , jury.
DUNDY : March 2 , jury ; June 8 , no jury ;
September 14 , Jury ; December 7 , no jury.
HITCHCOCK : March 1C. jury ; June 11. no
jury ; Septembers ! , jury ; December9.no jury.
RED WILLOW : March 30 , jury ; June 15 , no
jury ; October 5 , jury ; December 11 , no jury.
FURNAS : April 13 , jury ; June 17 , no jury ;
October 19. jury ; December 14 , no jury.
HAYES : April 28. jury ; September 8 , no
jury ; Worcmber 9 , jury.
FRONTIER : May 12 , jury ; September 10 , no
jury ; November 17 , jury.
GOSPER : May 25 , jury : November30 , jury.
J. E. COCHRAN. Judge.
McCook , Neb. , Jan. 1,1891.
NOTES FROM THE NORTH EAST.
Our people are very much interested in the
subject of irrigation.
Every man who can is getting all the wood
he can to work up , on shares or otherwise.
Mrs. Blackfan is sending us small contri
butions , as a result of her soliciting in Illinois.
Dry Creek folks are very much pleased
with the term of school just closed , with Miss
Mand Daniels as teacher.
Eevs. Carmicheal and Taylor are distribut
ing an extensive quantity of relief clothing
of a better quality than is generally sent out.
The officers of Dry Creek Grange , 2o. 23 ,
were duly installed , last week , by state
deputy Isaac Vandervort. The grange is
advancing in many respects.
The generous public may be interested to
know that the children as well as the older
people , in these rural districts , are now situ
ated to go to church since their wardrobes
have been reinforced by kind donations.
Rev.Carmichealof Bartley , is conducting a
very interesting series of meetings at the
Dry Creek church. His sermons are fraught
with kind admonitions and earnest appeals.
He is a man of superior ability. Eev. J. M.
Mann assisted him last Sunday and preached
pathetic sermons both morning and evening.
Kev. Grisel preached Saturday evening. He
is always welcome at his old charge.
The snow is disappearing causing much
The citizens of Grant precinct held a meet
ing on the 27th and considered the situation
and necessities of said precinct.
A series of meetings are being held at the
Dodge school house , in Gerver precinct.
E. S. Allam , S. M. Scranton , Andrew And
erson and Cain were helping fix Mrs. Hill's
puinp and a part of the pump got away from
them and went to the bottom of the well ,
but they fished it out again. OBSEHVER.
A railroad train of fifteen cars would be
required to convey the food and nourish
ment which a man blessed with a moderate
appetite consumes from the time of his birth
to the day when he attains the age of three
score years and ten.
McCOOK , NEBRASKA.
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II ILL T j N GOODS
ALL TVTNTEK GOODS WILL BE SOLD AT
Dress Goods , Flannels ,
at One-Half Regular Price.
Blankets and Underwear !
at Greatly Reduced Prices.
cial attention given , mail orders.
We are prepared to sell you goods as cheaply as any
house in this city. From now until we invoice we
will give you
Ladies' Cloaks and Jackets ,
at from one dollar to ten dollars each = = worth fully
( DOUBLE THE MOJfEY !
BOCXTS AND SHOES
LOWER THAN THE LOWEST.
We are the only house that sells the Cele
brated HONEY DEW CANNED GOODS.
GA LOAD G BBLBY , 00L , ; POTATOES ,
0ARLOAD OF MINNESOTA POTATOES ,
The best 50c. tea ever sold in the city.
A big- stock of
HATS GAPS GLOYES MITTENS
, , , Em
Come and see us and we will use you well.
WILCOX & FOWLER.
H. KAPKE , The Leader ;
PRI0ES AND II ? STYLISH WOKK ,
Calls attention to the fact that he has just received an ( \
other shipment of the latest and most stylish "fall goods , and
that he is prepared to make them up in the most stylish mode
and at the lowest figures. Call and see for yourself. I
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