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Uhilaren Cry Tor Pitcner s Castoria.
When r.aby was b!c’.:, we gave her Castoria.
When she was a Child, she cried for Cacioria,
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria,
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria.
Chamberlain's Eye & Skin Ointment.
A certain cure t«*r ('hmnfc Sore Eyes. Tett* r.
Salt Khciitn, Scald Ileiid. Old Chronic Sores,
Fever Sores. Eczema. Itch. Prairie Scratphes.
Sore Nipplct* and Piles. It ia cooling and.
smithing. II iimircris ofcmhcn hn\ c tieen cured
by it after all other treatment had tailed, if
is put up in 25 and 50cent boxes. For sale I*y
George M.Ctienery. Nov.2()-ly« ar.
A. J. IJITTRN1IOU8K. (\ II. DOYLE.
KITTEN HOUSE & HOYLE,
ATTORNEYS - AT - LAW
•I. 15. KKLLKY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
AGENT LINCOLN LAND CO.
McCOOK. - - NEHHASKA.
Office: In rear of First National Hunk.
HUGH W. COLE, Lawyer,
McCOOK, NKItitASK A.
fSB^VVill practice iti all courts. Commercitt.
and corporation Jaw a specialty. Money to
loan. Uooins 4 and 5 old,,First National tild’g.
B. B. DAVIS,
PHYSICIAN AM) SURGEON
t3ff“OKKiCK Hocks: U to 11, a. m.. 2 to 5 and j
7 to H, p. m Itoou.s over F;rst National bunk, i
A. T. RICE, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
I have located permanently in McCook,
Xeb. All calls answered promptly by day or
night, in the city orcountry. Special attention
given to diseases of children.. Office over
Lowman’s store, south of Commercial Hotel.
Office hours from 8 a. m. to 8 p. m. Residence
2 doors south of brick school house.
CHASE CO. LAND & LIVE STOCK CO.
■ones branded on left hip or left shoulder, i
P. O. address, Imperial.
Chase County, and Beat
irice. Neb. Range, Stink
ling Water and French
man creeks, Chase CoM
Brand as cut on side of
some animals, on hip and
sides of some, or an^
wnero on me amm.u.
J. S. McBfWYER,
House Mover id Drayman.
A®*House and Safe Moving s,
Specialty. Orders for Draying left
at the Huddleston Lumber Yard
will receive prompt attention.
R. A. COLE,
MERCHANT - TAILOR
has a fine stock of Cloths, Bind
ings, and other trimmings • always
THE KANSAS CITY
For the treatment of all Chronic and
8urgieal Diseases and Diseases of the
Kye and Ear. The object of this Sanita
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medical attention to those suffering with
eases of the Urinary and Sexual Organs. Diseases or the Nervous
System. Lung and Throat Diseases, Piles. Cancers, Tumors, Etc.,
Etc. Surgical Operations performed with skill. Books free to
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First publication December 23,1892.
liy virtue of an order of Kale directed to me
from the district court of Red Willow county,
Nebraska, on a judgment obtained bcioie
Hon. D. T. Welty. judge of the district court
of Red Willow county, Nebraska, on tin* 20th
day of October, 1892, in favor of Mary J. Cole,
an plaint iff. and against Stephen Tuttle etui,
as del end a 111 k. tor tin* sum of nix hundred
and fli'tt -tt ve ($655) dollars, and 5t cents, and
costs taxed at. $36 73 and accruing costs, and
C. (’. Wh.te. receiver, on Ins cross petition ob
tained a decree for $55 34. I have levied upon
the following real "suite taken as ifn* prop
erty of said defendant to satisfy said judg
ment, to-wit: South half of tin* northeast
((iiurier and north half southeast quarter of
sect ion t wo (2,) township one (1.) non h of range
thirty (30.) west of tlie tttit I*. M., in Red Wjj
low county, Nebraska. And will offer the
same for sale Jo the highest bidder, for cash
in hand, on the „3d day of January, A . D.,
1893. in front of the south door of the court
house, m Indianola. Nebraska, that being the
building wherein the last term of court was
held, at the ho’.ft* of one o'clock 1*. M.. of said
day. when and where due attendance will be
given by tlie undersigned.
Duted December 21. 1892.
E R. Ranks.
Sheriff of said county.
First publication December 23 1892.
Ry virtue of an order of sale d.reeled tome
from the district court of Red Willow coftnfy,
Nebraska, on a judgment obtained before
Iloti. D. T. Welly, judge of the district court
of Red Willow county, Nebraska, on the 20th
day of October. 1892. in favor of L. M. Leuch
as plaintiff, and against George belaud eta!,
as defendants, for the sum of five hundred
and tifiy-fcjght ($558,) dollars, and 40 cents, and
costs taxed ut $2(5 18 and accruing costs. 1
have levied upon ihe following real estate
taken as the property ol said defendants to
satisfy said judgment, to-wir: Commencing
at the soul lu asi corner of lot 7, block !9,origi
nal town of McCook, thence north 8 feet,
thence west 25 feet, thence south 80 feet,
thence east25 feet to place of beginning, and
being a part of inis seven and eight hi said
block nineteen. And will offer the same for
sale to the highest bidder, for cash in hand,
on the 23d day of January. A. D., 1893, in front
of the soul Ii door i.f ihe court house, in In
dianoia. Nebraska, that being the building
wherein the last term of court was held, at
the hour of one o’clock I*. M., of said day.
when and wlmre duo attendance will be given
by the undersigned.
Dated December 21,1892.
R. R. Ranks,
Sheriff of said county.
Edward Kuester, Dora Kuester, George W
Burton, and Andrew E. Harvey, partners do
ing business under the firm name of Burton
& Harvey, and George Hockneil, defendants,
will take notice that J. Abbott Thompson,
plaintiff herein, filed his petition in the district
court of Ked Willow county, Nebraska, against
said defendants, the object and prayer of
which are to foreclose a certain mortgage ex
ecuted July 20th, 1886, by the defendants Ed
ward Kuester and Dora Kuester to plaintiff,
upon the east half of the southwest quarter
and lots three (3) and four (4) in section
eighteen (18). township two , north of range
twenty-eight . west of the 6th P. M.. in
Ked Willow county, Nebraska, to secure the
payment of eleven promissory notes of the
said Edward Kuester and Dora Kuester, one
for $800 due July 19th. 1891, and ten notes for
$32 each, due respectively. Januarv 1st and
July 1st, 1887. 1888. 1889. 1890 and 1891; that
there is now due upon said notes and mor;
gage. including taxes paid by plaintiff, the
sura of $1,236.16. with interest thereon at the
rate of ten per cent per annum from the 20: h
day of November, 1892, for which sum with
interest and cost of suit, plaintiff prays for a
decree that the defendants be required to pay
tbe same, or that said premises may be sold to
satisfy the amount found due.
You are required to answer said petition on
or before Monday. February sixth, 1893
Dated this 16th day of December, 1892.
32-4ts. J. AHBOTT Thompson, Plaintiff.
By W. S. Morlam, his attorney.
Land Office at McCook, Neb., [
January 3, 1893. \
Notice is hereby given that the S. W. of
the N. W. of section 8 township 4, N. of
range 29, west, will be offered at public sale at
this office at not less than $1.23 per acre, on
Saturday February 11. 1893, at 9 o’clock, A. M.
Central Standard time. J. P. Lindsay,
33 6ts. Register.
First publication December 30, 1893.
Land Office at McCook. Nebraska, f
December 29, 1893. f
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his intention
to make final five year proof in suppt rt of
his claim, and that said proof will be made
before Register or Receiver at McCook, Neb.,
on Saturday, February 4th, 1893,, viz:
SANTFORD T. GODDARD. •
who made H. E. No. 7991 for the south **
of northwest li and lots 3 and 4 of section
1, in town. 5, north of range 29. west of the
6 P. M. He names the following witnesses
to prove his continuous residence upon, and
cultivation of, said land, viz: John F. Garliek
Quick. Neb., James Arnold, John Knepp,
Jacob Zeider, all of McCook. Neb.
J. P. Lindsay. Register.
W. S. Moklan, Attorney.
In the matter of the estate of Frank II.
Notice is hereby’ given that in pursuance of
an order issued out of the district court of
Ked Willow county, state of Nebraska, made
on the 3d day of December. 1892. for the sale
of the real estate hereinafter described, there
will besold at the front door of the store of J.
A. Wilcox & Son, situated on lot eight, block
twenty-two, original town of McCook, Ked
Willow county, state of Nebraska on the 13th
day of February. 1893. at the hourof lOo’c'ock.
a. in., at public vendue to the highest bidder
for cash, or part cash and the balance, not to
exceed three-fourths of the purchase money,
on a credit of not more than three years: said
money for which credit is given to be secured
by bond of the purchaser and by mortgage on
the premises sold: the following described
real estate, or a sufficient amount of the same
to bring the sum of $1,503.04 to-wit:
First:—The undivided one-half interest in
the east half of the northwest quarter, and
the west half of the northeast quarter pf sec
tion twenty-nine, township four, range twen
ty-nine. Ked Willow county.state of Nebraska. !
Second:—The undivided one-half interest in
lot thirteen, block eleven, West McCook, Ne
Third:—The undivided one-half interest in
lot nine, block six, third addition to McCook. (
Fourth:-The undivided one-half interest in
lot eight, block twenty-two, original town of
Said sale will remain open one hour.
Dated December 13. 1892.
Henrietta Fowler. Administratrix of
the estate of Frank H. Fowler, deceased.
[First publication January 13th, 1893.]
Statement of the Condition
McCOOK CO-OPERATIVE BUILDING
AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION
McCook, Nebraska, on the 31 st day
of December, 1 892.
First Mortgage Loans.$49 578 58
Loans secured by stock of this Asso
ciation. 1 325.00
Real Estate. 2 871 58
Expenses and Taxes Paid. 408.61
Cash with treasurer. .... 2 8U9 85
Capital Stock, paid up.$51 775.71
Premiums, Unearned. 4 852 96
Assessments Prepaid. 95 00
Contingent Fund. 269.95
STATE OF NEBRASKA, \
HED WILLOW’ COUNTY. ( &
I, Geo. W. Kaime, Secretary of the above
named Association, do solemnly sweur that
the foregoing Statement of the condition of
said Association, is true and correct to the
best of my knowledge and belief.
Goe. W. Kaime, Secretary.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 11th
day of January, 1893. A. C. Ebert,
r—*—i Notary Public.
Frank Harris. 1
U. J. Warren. }• Directors.
Justin A. Wilcox. 1
Persuaded to Work.
While in Cajamarca in the Cordilleras
I was sitting with tny hosts one even
ing at the door of their house. Sud
denly tnera was a great noise in the
quiet street, and a horseman rode up.
it was a friend of tho family, who was
on his way to settle an account with a
troublesome debtor. When wo hinted
that a creditor would hardly be ordina
rily received at such an hour, lie touched
something hangingon the pommel of his
saddle, and said that he had something
there which would settle the matter.
His debtor was an Indian who lived
not far away in the country, and who
had promised to make for him 300 or 400
largo adobe bricks in payment for somo
small wares which he had purchased
two years before. He seemed perfectly
willing to fulfill his contract, and when
ever he was reminded of it would prom
ise to be on hand the next day; but he
The merchant was repairing his house,
and according to the custom of the coun
try had taken the law into his own
hands. An hour after he left us he re
turned, calling out triumphantly, "Weil.
I have my man, you sec.”
His lasso was unrolled. One end was
tied to his saddle; the other was fastened
about the wrists of an Indian. I shall
never forget the captive's impassive face.
His strong features, framed in long locks
of hair, expressed neither anger nor as
tonishment—only philosophical submis
sion to fate. The next day at dawn I saw
him cheerfully at work with the air of a
man who was glad to pay his debts.
Curiously enough, when some time
later another man wished to engage his
services he declined the offer. He liked
his employer and his work and had no
desire to better his condition.—Marcel
Death to the Horses.
It is a white anil dreary plain. There
is a line of straggling gum trees beside a
feeble water course.
Six wild horses—brombies, as they are
called—have been driven down, corralled
and caught. They have fed on the leaves
of the myall and stray bits of salt bush.
After a time they are got within the
They are all young and they look not
so bad. We start. They can scarcely be
held in for the first few miles. Then
they begin to soak in perspiration. An
other five miles anil they look drawn
about the flanks, and what we thought
was flesh is dripping from them.
Another five, and the flesh has gone.
The ribs show, the shoulders protrude.
Look! A poler’s heels are knocking
against the whiffletree. It is twenty
miles now. There is a gulp in your
throat as you see a wreck stagger out of
the traces and stumble over the plain,
head near the ground and death upon its
back. There is no water in that direc
tion. worn out creature.
It comes upon you like a sudden blow’.
These horses are being driven to death.
And why? Because it is cheaper to kill
them on this stage of thirty miles than
to feed them with chaff at $250 a ton.
And now’ another sways. Look at the
throbbing sides, the quivering limbs.
“Driver, for heaven’s sake, can’t you
"1 do; so help me God, I do. But
we've got to get there. I'll let them out
at another mile.”
And 3’ou are an Anglo-Saxon, and this
is a Christian land.—“Round the Corn
pass in Australia.”
Effected a Compromise.
In a certain Maine town lives a man
who for many years has been engaged in
the grocery business, but receiving a
good offer he sold out to a younger man
and retired to private life. But the rul
ing passion was too strong to let him
long be idle, so he commenced building
a store on his land, which adjoined that
of the Methodist church. For a time
everything W’ent harmoniously and the
new store neared a state of completion.
But just at this point up came one of
the trustees of the church and said,
“Your store sets over on our land one
foot and it will have to be moved.” This
rather staggered the prospective grocer,
and he retired to ponder over the ques
tion and stud}’ the deeds of his land and
test the measurements.
In doing this he discovered that the
back of the church rested over on his
side of the line three feet. Armed with
this new argument he said to the church
owners, “If you will move your church
three feet I will move my store one.”
This view of the case was a new one to
the church authorities, but recognizing
its force they made all haste to effect a
Not the Weaker Sex.
To refer to women as the weaker sex,
a German scientist says, is surely a mis
take, for they have always known how
to preserve their dominion over the so
called stronger sex. Men are indeed wo
men's most obedient slaves. Solomen
said his wives were bitterer than death,
and surely there never was a greater slave
to woman. Statistics show that seven ,
wives survive every ten famous men.
Heloise survived the loss of her beloved
Abelard twenty-two years, and similarly
the wife of Washington, though she de
clared she could never get over the death
of her husband, outlived him thirty
years.—San Francisco Argonaut.
Burled Wealth in France.
In Normandy the English conquest in
the Fifteenth century, followed by their
ultimate expulsion, has given rise to
many traditions of buried treasure,
which the least superstitious attribute
to the English. Throughout France the
Revolution, without doubt, gave occasion
to many secret hoards, the owners of
which may well have perished in the
massacres and proscriptions of the Reign
of Terror.—AH the Year Round.
Ancient and Modern Fashions.
Dr. Julien Chisholm says that there are
engraved stones and monuments in the
British museum which prove that the
present fashion, both in dress and head-'
gear, is almost identical with that of the
women of Babylon at about the time of
:he flood.—St. Louis Republic.
■MHMaimaHn«n«ujKm.uMw^. **. */»■. .-z*ur^<nw, jj 'im uMuvMnw; i vnar
The Citizens Bank of McCook.
Incorporated uncer State Laws.
Paid Up Capital, 350,000
General Banking Business.
Collections made an all accessible points. Drafts draw®
directly on principal cities in Kurope. Taxes
paid for non-residents.
Tickets For Sale to and from Europe
V. FRANKLIN, President JOHN R. CLARK, Vice Prc*.
A. C. EBERT, Cashier.
The First National Bank, Lincoln Nebrska.
The Chemical National Bank, New Tork Citjr
^1 fie first JVational l^anL
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS,
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS.
GEORGE HOCK NELL, President. B. M. FREES, Vice President. W. F. LAWSON, Cashier
A. CAMPBELL. FRANK HARRIS.
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THE McCOOK ROLLER MILLS,
E. H. DOAN, Proprietor,
Is Now Open and Ready for Business. 4
J^”I am prepared to handle all business in my
line promptly and with the m<jst approved machinery.
DOAN & HART 1
are also prepared to handle wheat for which they are T
paying the highest market price. £S|
f^f°Mill3 and Elevator on East Railroad street.
L. W. McConnell & Co.
Agents to sell our choice and hardy
nursery stock. We have many new
special varieties, both in fruits and
ornamental to offer, which are con
trolled only by us. We pay commis
sion or salary. Write us at once for
terms, and secure choice of territory.
May Brothers, Nurserymen,
2G—lOts. Rochester, N. Y.
Self-conceit always puffs us up so that our
eyes go shut. _
For Sale or Trade.
Two lots with improvements as fol
lowo: a house, kitchen, cellar, well,
stable, fruit and forest trees. Will
trade for a good team. Enquire at
this office. d4-tf.
A truth can never be put in a grave and
kept there. _
In Use Forty Years.
Humphreys’ Specific number seven,
for coughs and colds, has stood the test
of more than forty years. Can you ask
for greater proof of intrinsic merit?
Price 25c. at all drug stores.
A bad man can never own anything that is
Look a difficulty square in the face and it
Children Cry for Pitcher’s Castoria.
JUSTIN A. WILCOX & SON I
G. B. MARVIN. 1
Injustice’s court before H. H. Berry, Justice
of the Peace.
G. B. Marvin will take notice that on the i
loth day of December. 18ft.’. H. If. Berry, a Jus- i
tice of the Peace of Red Willow comity. Neb.. !
issued an order of attachment for the sum of i
$22.55 in an action pending before him where- \
in Justin A. Wilcox & Son are plaintiffs and i
G. B. Marvin, defendant, consisting in money i
due and owing in the hand of the C., II. SQ i
R. It. Co., garnishee as wages for work and i
labor performed by said defendant for said
railroad company in said Red Willow county,
Nebraska, has been attached underpaid order,
said case has been continued to the 28th day of
January, 189T at 9 o’clock. A. M.
Ti Jts. Justin A. Wilcox A Son.
The Call Leads the Procession.
We call the attention of our readers
to the advertisement of The Call in
another column. Since its reduction
in price The Call is the cheapest
daily in Nebraska, and its spicy and
independent policy is too well known
to need comment from us. In reduc
ing the price of The Call so as to put
it within the reach of everybody, the
management have placed themselves a
decided step in advance of all other
publishers in the state. This is an era
of popular prices for the newspaper,
and The Call is, as usual, at the head
of the procession.
Taken un by the subscriber on his
enclosed lands in Willow Grove pre
cinct, Red Willow county Nebraska, on
the 29th day of November, 1892, one
black gelding, horse supposed to be 14
years of age, weight about 1,300; no
other marks or brands.
Dated Dec. 17, 1802.
JSiF’NoBLE, Purveyor to the Great
Common People, is now exhibiting
about the handsomest and largest as
sortment of plain and fancy lamps to be
seen in Southwestern Nebraska.
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Children Cry for Pitcher’s Casiorh.
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