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About The McCook tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 1886-1936 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 30, 1892)
STB ALL !
= AND =
; AND HIS ;
Cornet and Sterling
BRANDS OF FLOUR
IARE THE ;
Store open till the usual hours.
we will receive within a few clays an
ant line of Ladies , Misses and Children's
Cloaks direct from the manufacturers ; also
SfiaS alid want yon to look at onr stock
. -iflBBfe .
Will also receive a large stock of Shoes ,
Rubbers , etc.
Our new dress goods are now arriving.
For Hats , Caps , Ladies , Gents , and Child
ren's Underwear , Gents Furnishing Goods ,
Groceries , Flour , etc. , etc. Call on
. A. WILCOX & SON.
NEBRASKA LOAN AND BANKING GO.
OF MCCOOK , NEBRASKA.
CAPITAL - $52OOO.OO , .
FARM LOANS , - CITY LOANS ,
LOANS MADE ON ALL KINDS OF APPROVED SECURITY ,
P. A. WELLS , THEM. AND MAGR.
GiBBXSPOKDEHX : Chase National Bank , Now York.
( BEFORE. )
Would you AFTER .
Increase Your Business ? .
The fair of 1892 is over.
We were too buy last week to write.
Rev. P. S. Mather has gone to con
Commence atonce to get ready for the
' The fair was a success , financially and
E. E. Wallace had a fine display of
lion. E. Rosewatcr's speech at the
fair was a clincher.
The Educational Class was quite an
addition to our lair.
Lathrop has sold his ice cream parlor
to a Mr. Peterson.
Sec'y will give orders for piemitim
money next Monday.
Paris Henderson , Gen. Supt. was the
man for the occasion.
All bills against the "Fair Society"
should be in by Oct. 1.
There was a good display of lied Wil
low Co. fruit , this year.
Thanks to Culberston , for a large
number of speed horses.
The Sec'y will mail orders to those
who can't call for them.
Hon. E. M. Woods , our next repre
sentative , was at the fair.
lion. Seth Mobely , world's fair com
missioner , was at the fair.
A. G. Dole kindly furnished the wind
mill used on the fair grounds.
S. H. Hay wood and W. H. Lathan of
North Valley Precinct did business at
the court house Wednesday.
The W. C. T. U. occupied the M. E.
Church on last Sunday night , and rend
ered a fine programme.
a. W. Wirt , has bought Rev. I. N.
Clover's f'armsouth , of Bartley ; evident
ly Mr. W. has faith in Red Willow
Some person passing through town ,
stole W. H. Powell's dog Tom ; a friend
of Mr. P. discovered him in Bcnkelmati ,
and returned him to his owner.
Samuel Ball , J. W. Daniels and A. G.
Dole did good work as supts. of classes ,
also D. W. C. Beck , Ora Clark , Jo Har-
ison , Mrs. Keyes , Mrs. Eskey and Mrs.
Rev. P. S. Mather , having sold his
farm , north east of town recently , de
cided not to leave Red Willow county ;
and has brought the Crocker place
north west of our city , and intends fix
ing it up for a home.
Since our last letter the following
marriage licenses have been issued :
Ainsworth Monks and Minnie Meyer , of
McCook ; Samuel E. Callen and Dora
E. Beyrer , of McCook ; William Stahl-
hut and Barbara Lock of Frontier Co. ;
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IV llilaiu it
The Evans house. Hot Springs , S.
D. , is now open for the reception oi
guests. This magnificent hotel erectcc
at a cost of $150,000 is built of pink
sand stone , is five stories high , has
steam heat , electric lights and all mod
ern conveniences and is so arranged
that there are no inside rooms. Its
completion places Hot Springs on a par
with any similar resort in the country.
The Burlington route places at the dis
posal of the public a sanitarium and
health resort second to no other. Low
round trip rates to Hot Springs and
The B. & M. have extended their
Wyoming division to llegis. The ex
tension reduces the distance to Buffalo
to about 48 miles and to Sheridan to
about 55 miles , the drive to either point
being made in 9 or 10 hours. First
class stages from Regis to Sheridan and
Buffalo , daily , and from Moorcroft to
Sundance making connections with all
West Nebraska Annual Conference
M. E. church , Kearney , Sept. 28-Oct. 7.
Fare one and a third rate for the round
trip. Tickets on sale Sept. 25 to Oct.
7 , inclusive.
Annual State convention Y. P. S. C.
E. , Beatrice , October 7-0. Fare one
and a third rate for the round trip.
Tickets on sale Oct. 4-9 inclusive.
St. Louis Fair , St. Louis , Mo.Oct. 3
to 8. One fare for the round trip.
Tickets on sale Oct. 1st to 7th inclusive.
Limit for return to Oct. 10th.
For the above occasions , passengers
paying full fare going will be returned
at one third fare ( unless otherwise
noted above ) on presentation of certifi
cate signed by the proper officer of the
meeting on guarantee that there has
been an attendance of one hundred or
more who have paid full fare on the
S. M. Oochran & Co. keep repairs
for all kinds of machinery.
COUNTS CLEKK'S OFFICE , I
, NEBRASKA. SKIT , ' i , 1893. 1
Hoard or county commissioners tuet pur
suant to adjournment present Stephen Holies.
S. 8. Graham itnd Samuel Young , commis
sioners , and Gco.W. Itopcr.elerk. Minutes of
previous meeting read and approved.
On motion the following claims were
uubltcd and allowed and clerk directed to
aruw warrants on county general fund levy
1893 as follows :
Wra. Duncan , cook stove for Mis.
Kobb . $ 12 CO
M. E. Knlpplc , Mdse for paupers
Myeis & Best . 4120
J. A. Wilcox & Son , Mdso for paupers
Myeis&Ucst . 2415
F. W. Eskey. M. D. . medical attdc
Llzze ! Cnilg . 3(500 (
ItOAD NO. 258.
Petition of S. II. Colvin et ul asking for a
public road read and considered. The board
fluds that all icquirenients of law have been
lully complied with. On motion same is
granted establishing a public road as follows :
Commencing at the northeast corner sec. 3 ,
town 2 , range 2'J , running thence west on sec
tion Hue 81 chains , thence north on section line
20 chains , 10 links , tuenco weston la section
line GO chains , 62 links , thence north on Ya sec
tion line 13 chains , 70'links , thence south 7G
degrees , west 5 chains , 07 links , thence north
K > degrees , west 14 chains. 00 links , thence
north 01 degrees. 15 links , west 17 chains ,
thence north 48 degrees , 30 minutes , west 18
chains , thence north 27 degrees , 45 minutes ,
webt 13 chains , ( ! 5 links , terminating at south
end of river bridge.
Clerk directed to draw warrants on county
toad fund as follows :
II. H. Pickens. road damages $40 al
lowed at . S 3000
Page T. Francis , surveying . 1000
W.H. Smith , appraising damages 250
J. E. Terrill , appiaismgdamages . 2 50
U. Johnston , appmlsioK damages . 250
Petition of James Doyle et al asking for a
consent road read and considered. The board
finds that all owners of land along Hue of
proposed road have given consent in writing
thereto. On motion same is granted estab
lishing a public road as follows : Commencing
at northwest corner of section 11 , thence
south on section line one mile terminating at
southwest corner said section 11 , town 3 ,
ItOAD NO. 200.
Petition of Joseph Williams. J. W. Speer
et 1 asking for a consent road read and con
sidered. The board finds that all owners of
land lying along line of proposed road have
given consent in writing thereto.
On motion same is granted establishing a
public road as follows : Commencing at
southwest corner section 10 , thence east on
section line to southeast corner said section 10
thence north on section line to northeast
corner said section 16 , all in town 2 , range 30 ,
and terminating there at.
KOAD NO. 201.
Petition of C. D. Cramer , Joseph V. Harrison
et al asking for a public road read and con
sidered. The board finds that all require
ments of law have been complied with and
that no claims for damages have been filed.
On mention same is granted establishing a
public road as follows towit :
Commencing- the southeast corner sec
tion 19 , thence north to northeast corner of
southeast } said sec. 19 , thence west 17
chains , thence north 14 degrees , west 41 chains
20 links , terminating at road number C2 all in
town 3 , and range 27.
Clerk directed to draw warrants on county
road fund as follows :
Page T. Francis , surveying road . 5 6C
A. C.Crnbtree , chninmnn &tenin . 350
VACATION PART HOAD NO. 3.
Petition of S. W. Stilgebcuer et al asking that
part of road number 3 be vacated read and
considered. The board finds that the road
named has not been used f or the past 10 years.
And on motion same is granted vacating
that pat t of road number 3 as established over
and upon snction 18 , town. 1 , range 27.
Petition C. L. Knowles , Jacob Stenneretal
asking for a public road read and considered.
The board finds that all requirements of law
have been fully complied with. That no
claims for damage have been filed and that the
road is impracticable. On motion of Mr. Gra
ham petition was rejected by Mr. Young voting
ing "no. " On motion the following claims
were audited and allowed and clerk directed
to draw warrants on county general fund levy
1892 as follows towit :
C. L. DeGroff & Co. , Mdse for pauper
Purdy.v $ 1060
James C. Oakley , board for pauper E.
Mrs. W.D. Williams .board for pauper
iiizzie Craig 40 00
J.C. Shumaker , medicines for pauper
C. F. Babcock , collecting Delinquent
tax 54 13
A. P. Welles , M.D. , services for county 6250
Samuel Young , services as com 32 80
S. S. Graham , services as com 11 40
Stephen Belles , services as com 4160
And on county bridge fund levy 1892 as fol
George Youngers. work on bridges $ 9 00
Stephen Bolles.work on bridges 1510
On motion claim of F. W. Eskey , M.D. , for
medical service Schuyler Dow 54 was rejected.
On motion board adjourned to meet Oct. 7 ,
1892. Attest : GEO. W. ROPER , Clerk.
The Best Yet.
The Omaha Weekly Bee for the bal
ance of the year , with a large colored
lithograph of President Harrison , will
be sent to any address in this country
for 25 cents. This elegant picture is
the best likeness of the President pub
lished , and would cost at least one dollar
lar in any art store. Don't miss this
chance , but send in your order at once.
THE BEE PUBLISHING Co. ,
Omaha , Neb.
CWdren Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
Growers of , and dealers in choice , Hue ,
green , broom corn , will please quote piice
baled on board cars , and state when it can be
ARMES & DALLAM ,
SAX FRANCISCO , CAL.
Free ! Free !
In order to increase our cash trade we
will give away the following-list of present
to our cash customers , >
1 Gold Watch , worth - $100.0O
1 Gold Watch , worth - 75.0O
1 Gold Watch , worth - 50.OO
1 Lady's Gold Watch , worth 75.OO
2 Silver Watches at $25 each 50.OO
6 Magnificent Oil Paintings at $25 , 15O.OO
6 Magnificent Oil Painting's at $2 5 , 90.OC *
100 Books , standard works of English
and American fiction , hound in
cloth and gold , at $2 - 200.OO
118 PRESENTS WORTH $79O.OO
We carry the largest stock of
Hardware , Stoves , Tinware , Harness ,
Saddles , House Furnishing Goods ,
in Red willow county.
And we meet all competition and go them
one better. Call and examine these pres
ents and price our g-oods before buying * .
W. C. LaTourette.
I wish to announce the arrival of my
Fall and Winter Stock of
GEN1S' FURNISHING GOODS ,
HATS AND CAPS. 'Sf
Tfic iE House ,
C. W. KNIGHTS , PROPRIETOR.
R. D. BUR.QE1SS ,
NOBTH MAIN AVE. . McCOOK , NEB.
Stock of Iron , Lead and Sewer Pipe , Brass Goods ,
Pumps , and Boiler Trimmings. Agent for Hallidayr
Eclipse and Waupun Wind Mills.
40 TO 2000 ACRE TRACTS ,
$5 TO $15 PER
, r/J'or Prlee List and
- * o / Descriptive
Circular of Southwestern Nebraska to
AND STOCK RANCHES. S. H. COLVIN , McCook/ ? < / willow Co. , Neb
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