The McCook tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 1886-1936, March 31, 1893, Image 3

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    W. 8. Mom.an. Attorney, McCook, Neb.
Publication Notice.
William W. Bunnell, Jennie I.. Bunnell,
George w. Burton and Andrew K Harvey,
partners doing business under Ihe iinn uatiiu
ot Button 6c Harvey, Emeigon, lalcott and
Company, a corporation, Chicago scraper and
Ditch Company and Maywood Company Con
solidated, a corporal iou, Star Wagon Company,
a corporation, M. K. Bout ley and Clark M.
Story, defendants, will take notice liml Saui
C. Colt, plaintiff herein, lots hied Ins petition
in the district court ot [ted Willow county,
Nebraska, against ihe above-named uefeiid
ruts, the object and prayer of watch are to
foreclose u certain mortgage executed and
delivered to ihe plaintiff by the defendants
William W. Bunnell and Jennie L. Bunnell oil
the 14th day of Goto er, 1885, upon the north
west quarter of section number eleven (11) in
township number two (2) north, range number
twenty-seven 1271 west, in Bed Willow county,
Nebraska, to Secure tbe payment ot their elev
en certain promissory notes.one tor $400 HO due
October third. 1890, and leu for $18.00 each.one
maturing Apr41 hist. 1888, and one maturing
every six months tbeiealter, until the matur
ity oi the last ol said ten notes, which tnatur
ed October first. 1M90. That there is now due
ou S lid notes and mortgage, including $23.70
of tuxes on said premises paid b\ plaint iff, the
sum of $535.70, with interest thereon at the
rate of ten percent per annum from the first
day of April, 1881); ami plaintiff pray;* for a
decree that the defendants be require to pay
the same, or ihul said premises may be sold to
satisfy said amount, and costs ot suit.
You are required to answer said petition on
or before Monday, May first. 1893.
Dated this22d day of March. 1893.
SAM U. COLT. Plaintiff.
By W. 8. M or I an, his attorney.
First publication March 24. 1893.
W. 8. Mom.an. Attorney, McCook, Neb.
Publication Notice.
Theodore M. Phillippi. Alice Phillippi,
John liuel. Elizabeth ltuel, George W. Burton
aim Andrew E. Harvey, partners doing busi
ness under the firm name ot Burton 6c Har
vey, Caleb Clothier, John McCrary and Ster
ling P. Hart and Mrs. Sterling P. Hari, his
wife, whose first name is to plaintiff unknown,
defendants, will take notice tlmt Joseph H
King, as executor of the last will ami testa
ment of James Burnham, deceased, plaintiff
herein, has hied his petition in the district
court of Be<l Willow county, Nebruska. against
said defendants, the object and prajer of
winch are to foreclose a certain mortgage ex
ecuted and delivered to the said James Burn
hum on tbe lOtb day of November, 1888, by the
defendants Theodore M. Phillippi, Alice Phil
lippi, John line I, Elizabeth ltuel, upon the
cast half of the northwest quarter aud the
north hull of Ihe northeast quarter of section
number thirteen [13] in township uumber two
[2] north, range uumber twenty-uine (29) west,
in Bed Willow county . Nebraska, to secure the
payment of their eleven certain promissory
notes, one for $800due October 21,1891, aud ten
notes, for $24 each, one of which matured April
1st. 1887, and one maturing every six months
thereafter, until the maturity of the last of
said notes which matured October 1st, 1891.
That there is now due on said notes and uiort
gage, including $11.40 of taxes oil said premis
es paid by pluintiff, the sum of $659.40, with in
terest thereon at the rate of ten per cent per
annum from the first day of April, 1887, and
plaintiff prays for a decree that the defend
ants be required to pay the same, or that said
premises aiay b*» sold to satisfy said amount,
with interest and costs of suit.
You are required to answer said petition on
or before Monday, May 1st, 1893.
Dated this 21sr day of March, 1893.
Joseph II. King, as Executor, Plaintiff.
By W.S. Morian, his attorney.
First publication March24th, 1893
W. S. MoBlan, Attorney, McCook, Neb.
Publication Notice.
John W. Goetschins. Gerena E. Goetschins,
George W. Burton and Andrew E. Harvey,
partners doing business under the firm name
of Burton & Harvey, defendants, will take no
tice that Harmoney E. Clark, plaintiff herein,
has filed his petition in the district court of
Bed Willow county, Nebraska, against the
above named defendants, the object aud pray
erof which are to foreclose a certain mortgage
executed and delivered by the defendants
John W. Goetschins and Cerena E. GoetschinH
to one Cynthia C. Selden, now deceased, on
tbe22d day of October, 1885, upon the east half
of the northeast quarter and the east hall ot
southeast quarter of section number eleven
[11 in township number two [2] noith, range
number twenty-seven [27] west, in Bed Willow
county, Nebraska, to secure the payment ot
their eleven certain promissory notes, onefer
$300.00 due September 11th, 1890. and ten notes
for $12.00 each, one due March first, 1880. and
one maturing every six months thereafter,
until the maturity of the last of said notes,
which matured September first, 1899; that
there is now due on said notes and mortgage
the sum of $310.38, with interest, including
taxes on said premises paid by plaintiff; and
plaintiff prays for a decree that the defend
ants be required to pay the same, or that said
premises may be sold to satisfy said amount,
and costs of suit.
You are required to answer said petition on
or before Monday, May first. 1893.
Dated this 13th day of March, 1893.
HABMONEY E. CLARK, Plaintiff.
By W. S. Morlan, his attorney.
First publication March 24.1893.
W.S. Morlan, Attorney, McCook, Neb.
Publication Notice.
Amos Cammack,Elizabeth Cammack,George
W. Burton and Andrew E. Harvey, partners
doing business under the firm name of Burton
& Harvey, J. H. Goodrich, Jr.. J. J. Dillon,and
Mrs. J. J. Dillon, his wife, whose first name is
to plaintiff unknown, defendants, will take
notice that Gertrude E. Sadd, plaintiff herein,
has filed her petition In the district court of
Bed Willow county, Nebraska, against said
defencant8, the object aud prayer ot which
are to foreclose a certain mortgage executed
and delivered to the plaintiff on the 24th day
of January, 1887. by the defendants Amos
Cammack and Elizabeth Cammack upon the
west half of the southeast quarter of section
number twelve(12)in township numbetrthree(3)
north#rangetwenty-nine[29|west,in BedWillow
county, Nebraska, to secure the payment of
their eleven certain promissory notes, one for
$300 due December 30th. 1891, and ten notes for
$10.50 each, one of which matured July first,
1887, and one note maturing every six months
thereafter until maturity of the last of said
ten notes, which matured January first, 1892.
There is now due on said notes and mortgage,
including $23.48 of taxes on said premises
paid by plaintiff, the sum of $375.98, with in
terest thereon at the rate of ten per cent per
annum from the first day of July. 1887, and
plaintiff prays for a decree that said defend
ants be required to pay the same, or that said
premises may be sold to satifysaid amount,
and costs of suit.
You are required to answer said petition on
or before Monday. May first. 1893.
Dated this2lst day of March, 1893.
Gertrude E. Sadd, Plaintiff.
By W. S. Morlan, her attorney.
First publication March 24th. 1893.
J. E. Kelley, Attorney, McCook, Neb.
LEGAL NOTICE.
To Levi Brown, non-resident defendant:
Yon are hereby notified that on the 17th day
of Match, A. D„ 1893, Sarah A. Brown filed
a petition against you in the District Court
of lied Willow county, Nebraska, the object
and prayer of which are to obtain a divorce
from you on the ground tiiat although of
sufficient ability to provide suitable main
tenance for her you have grossly, wantonly,
and cruelly refused and neglected to do so,
and that you fail and neglect to clothe, care
for or provide shelter for her: that you have
wilfully deserted and abandoned the plaint
itf without a reasonable or just cause, and
for alimony.
You are required to answer said petition
on or before Monday, the 24th day of Aprij,
A. D., 1893. Sarah A. Brown,
By J. E. Kelley, Plaintiff.
Her Attorney.
First publication March 17th, 1893.—4ts.
Land Office at McCook, Neb., i
Marcli 8th, 1S93. )
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler lias filed notice of ids inten
tion to make final commutation proof in
support of his claim, and that said proof
will be made before Register or Receiver at
McCook, Neb., on Saturday, April 15th, 1893,
VlZ' CHARLES S. SQUIRES,
who made T. C. application No. 8285 for the
8. W. ]4 of sec. 29, in town. 4, north of range
30, west of the 6th P. M. He names the fol
lowing witnesses to prove his continuous
cultivation according to law or said land,
viz: John N. Smith, Walter K. Forsey,
William Kosher and Andrew C. Modie all
of McCook, Nebraska.
J. P. Lindsay, Register.
NOTICE OF INCORPORATION
Of tlie McCook Irrigation and Wa
ter Power Company.
First Tli* name ol said corporal ion
shall he "The McCook Irrigation and Water
I'ow.T t oiiipauy.”
Second:—The principal place lor the
trausactiun of its business shall he al Mc
Cook. Keil Willow county, Nebraska.
Third:—The general nature of the busi
ness in be transacted is in own. Use ami
operate the property known as the C. 11.
Meeker irrigation Canal, for tile purposes 01
irrigation and power, to extend and in
create the sail e as provided in the articles ul
incorporation of said company, the purchase
and sale and renting of land miner service
of said ditch, the furnishing of water for
irrigation, water power and domestic pur
poses and tin* doing of all maimer ul work
auxiliary to the general purposes aforesaid,
as set forth in the said Articles of incorpo
ration.
Fourth:—The amount of capital stock
aulliniized is one lumtlied and fifty thousand
dollars, of which fifty thousand is subscribed
Ht the time tin* company commences its
business, ami thereafter stuck may be sold
hv flic Hoard of Directors. Hie same being
first offered to stockholders pro rata, and
shall only be sold at its par value.
Fifth:—The term for which said Corpo
ration is formed is twenty live years, com
mencing February l&lli, 1893, provided that
fifty thousand dollars of stock shall be sub
scribed before the corporation shall com
mence its business.
Sixth:—1The highest amount of indebted
ness to which the corporation may subject
itself at any onetime is one hundred thousand
(#100,000) dollars.
Seventh:—The affairs of the corporation
shall be managed by a board of seven direc
tors, who shall be stockholders.
By order of the Board of Directors at
McCook, Nebraska, March 10th, 1893.
Chahi.es A.Hanna, President.
C. II. Meeker, Secretary.
First publication March 17, 1893.—4ts.
Frank H. Selby, Attorney, Cambridge, Neb
NOTICE OF SUIT.
In the District Court of Ited Willow county,
state of Nebraska.
Nebraska Mortgage Company, a corporation
organized under and by virtue of toe laws of j
the slate of Nebraska, plaintiff, vs. Louis
Mather, Mary Mather, his wile, et al., defend
ants.
Louis Mather and Mary Mather, his wife,
defendants, will take notice that on the 2d
day of November, 1892, plaintiff herein filed
its petition in the District Court of Ited Wil
low county, Nebruska, against said defend
ants uud others, the object and prayer of
which are to foreclose two certain first and
second mortgages executed by the two above
nuined defendants to the plaintiff, upon the
north-east quarter of section three, township
one. range twenty-nine, in Lied Willow county,
Nebraska, to secure the payment of one
coupon bond for the sum of $600. dated May
1st. 1887. due May 1st, 1889, interest 10 per cent
from maturity of samo; seven promissory
notes ot same date for the sum of $10.50 each,
due May 1st. 1889. and each six mouths there
at ter. respectively, interest 10 per cent from
maturity of each note; seven coupon notes of
same date as the above $10 50 no.es. interest
at 10 per cent from matutity <.f each note;
also the further sum of $33.14 taxes, with in
terest at 20 per cent from date of the pay ment
of same by plaintiff. That there is now due
ami payable upon said notes and mortgages
and for taxes, the sum of $843.14. with interest
as aforesaid, for w hich sum. with interest as
aforesaid, plaintiff pra\s for a decree that de
fendants be required tc pay the 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, the 24ih day of April, 1893.
NEBRASKA MORTGAGE CO.,
By Frank H. Selby, Plaintiff.
Its Attorney.
First publication March 17,1893.-4ts.
O. E. Butterfield, Attorney, Haigler, Neb.
LEGAL NOTICE.
Thomas Inman, William Inman. Fowler In
man, John Inman, Joseph Inman, Edwin
Inman, Elizabeth Bessey and Mary Ann Hut
son, defendants. wil1 take imt.ee that on the
28th day of July, 1892, Howard H. Shields,
administrator, plaintiff herein tiled his peti
tion in the District Court of Red Willow
County against James M. Inman’s estate et al.,
and on the 21st day ol' February, 1893. filed a
supplemental petition in said cause against
all of said defendants, the object and prayer
of which are to foreclose a certain mortgage
executed by James M. Inman in his lifetime
to Amelia L. VauBuskirk or assigns, and
assigned to plaintiff, upon the south half of
the south-west quarter of section thirty-four,
in township four, north of range twenty-seven,
west ot the 6th P. M., in Red Willow county,
Nebraska, to secure the payment of $250. as
specified in a certain mortgage bond, dated
April 2,1888. due and payable in five years
from date, or at option of holder on 30 days’
default of interest or taxes, with interest’at
seven percent per annum payable semi-an
nually. both principal and interest bearing
interest from due at ten per cenr, and that
there is now due upon said bond and mortgage
the sum of $267 90. with interest at ten peri
cent from April 1. 1892. and plaintiff prays for
a decree that defendants be lequired to pay'
the same or that said promises may be sold to
satisfy the amount found due.
You are required to answer said petition on
or before the 11th day' of April 1893.
Dated February 22d. 1893.
O. E. Butterfield,
Attorney for plaintiff.
First publication March 3,1893. 4ts
W. S. Morlan, Attorney, McCook, Neb.
Publication Notice.
.lobn Paxton, defendant, will take notice
that John Schmidt, plaintiff herein, has died
Ins petition in the district court of Red Wil
low county, state of Nebraska, the object and
prayer of which are to require the said de
fendant John Paxton to execute and deliver
to the plaintiff John Schmidt a good and suffi
cient conveyance of lot l umber ten in block
eight in the First Addition to the city of Mc
Cook, Red Willow county, state of Nebraska,
in accordance with a certain contract between
the said plaintiff and the defendant, made the
Kith day of April. 1890. wherein the said John
Paxton agreed to execute and deliver to the
said John Schmidt a deed of general warranty,
for said premises clear from all incumbrances
upon the payment by the said John Schmidt of
the sum of eight hundred dollars, and i hut the
plaintiff have specific performance of said
contract. The said John Schmidt hs6 kept and
performed all the conditions of said contiact
on his part to be kept and performed; and
the said John Paxton has failed and refuses
to comply with the terms of said contract.
You are required to answer said petition on
or before the eighth day of May. 1893.
Dated this 29tb day of March. 1893.
John Scn.viDT, Plaintiff.
By W. S. Morlan, bis attorney.
First publication March 31st, 1893.
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W. S. Morlan, Attorney, McCook, Neb.
Publication Notice.
Ira Sylvester and R >sa Sylvester, defend
ants, will take notice that Sylvester Hine,
plaintiff herein, has filed his petition in the
district court of Red Willow county, Nebras
ka. against said defendants, the object and
prayer of which are to foreclose a certain
mortgage executed and delivered to the plain
tiff on the 29th day of August, 1887. by the de
fendants Ira Sylvester and Rosa Sylvester,
upon the west half of the northwest quarter
and the west half of the southwest quarter of
section number thirty (30) in township num
ber three (3) north, range number thirty (30)
west.in RedWillow county.Nebrasba.to secure
the payment of their eleven certain promissory
notes, one for $300.00 due April 14th. 1892. and
ten notes for $15.00 each,one of which matured
October first. 1887. and one maturing every six
months thereafter, until the maturity of the
last of said ten notes, which matured April
first, 1893. That there is now due on said notes
and mortgage the sum of $474.70. including
$24.70 of taxes on said premises paid by plain
tiff, with interest thereon at the rate of ten
per cent per annum from the first day of Oct
ober, 1887; and plaintiff prays for a decree that
the defendants be required to pay the same,
or that said premises may be sold to satisfy
said amount.
You are required to answer said petition on
or before Monday. May first, 1893.
Dated this 31st dav of March. 1893.
SYLVESTER HINE, Plaintiff.
By W. S. Morlan. his attorney.
First publication March 24, 1893.
Court Calendar.
Chase County:—Man h 27th jury; hint? |
30th. no jury; Novimhei 13 jury
Dundy county:—March 13 h jmx; <♦*,*».
ber5th. no Jury ; N. vcmber 20' i». jury
FltoNTIKit County — \pn. 3d.Jurt ;S. pt m
ber 14th, in* jury; Noveuibei 6th jury
FuunasCounty:—A«*r*l 17th.jury: Sepicm
11th, no jurv ; October 30tb, jury.
OogPKit County: —February 27ih. jury ; -ep.
tember 1st, no jury ;Decemtier 4<h. jury.
H1TCH0OCKCounty: —March0th, jun ; .nine
27th, no jury : October 23d. jury
HAYii.8 County:—April 24th. jury; >eptcm
teinher 8th, no jury; Dceembcr llih. jury
Hkd W1 ixiiw County:—Mav 8th Jury; Sep
tember 18ih. no jury; December 18: h. jury.
Dated at Cambridge, Neb.. .Ian. I. 1893.
D. T. Wki.ty, Dist. Judge 14Hi Jud. Disc
W. 8. ivlOKLAN, Attorney. McCook. Neil.
Publication Notice.
J. Ityron Jennings. Vina W. Jennings, also
known as Vina W. Woods, and Mrs. M. A Jen
nings. whose fuS) first name is to plaintiff un
known, defendants,will tak?* notice iliui Helen
T. Campbell, plaintiff bereiu, has filed her pc
tit ion in the district court of Ibd Willow
county. Nebraska, against said defcndum*.
the object, and prayer of which are to fore
close a certain mortgage executed and deliv
ered to the plaintiff 011 the 30th day of Juiy,
1889, by the defendants J. Byron Jennings and
Vina W. Jennings also known us Vina W
Woods, upon lot number one (1) in block num
ber tw i(2) in the original town fnow city ; of
McCook, together with the buildings thereon,
all in It« d M illow county, Nebraska, to secure
the payment of theirseven certain promissory !
notes, one for $500.00 due Juh 30th. 1892, and
six notes for $25 00 each, one maturing .lanu- j
ary 30th, 1890. and one maturing every six ;
months thereafter until the maturity of tin*
last of said six notes, which matured July j
30th. 1892 That there is now due on said notes
and mortgage the sum of five hundred and
seventy five ($575.00; dollars, with interest!
thereon at the rate of fen percent per annum
from the30th day of July. 1891; and plaintiff
prays for a decree that the defendants be re-1
quired to pay the same, or that said premises
may be sold to satisfy said amount, and costs !
of Rllit.
You are required to answer said petition on
or before Monday. May first, 1893
Dated this 23d day of March. 1893.
HELEN T CAMPBELL, Plaintiff.
By W. S. Mnrlan. her attorney.
First publication March 24, 1893.
United States Land Office, i
Mc'.lnok, Nebraska, March, 16th, 1893. |
Public notice is hereby given that under
ami l»y authority 01 instructions received
from the Commissioner of tile General Land
Office, the s. w. s. w. sec. 26, tp. 4 n., r.
30 vv.. containing 40 acres, and the i>. vv. %
s. vv. 3^ of sec. 4. tp. 4 n., r. 27, vv. 6th P. M.,
containing 40 acres, will be offered for sale
at this office oil the 19tli day of April, 1893,
at 10 o’clock A. M. to the highest bidder, for
cash, and at not less than $1.25 per acre, un
der Section 24.55, U. S. Revised Statutes and
the act of March 3,1,1891.
.1. P. Lindsay, Register.
I) E. Bomgardner, Receiver.
.1. E. Keixey, Attorney.
First publication March 17th, 1893.—51 s.
Election Notice.
Notice is hereby given that on Tuesday,
the fourth day of April, 1893. next, at the
usual voting places in each ward in Me' ook,
Nebraska, an election will be held for Mayor.
Treasurer, Clerk, Police Judge, Engineer,
Councilman from the first ward and cnun
cilman from the second ward, which election
will be open at nine o’clock in the morning,
and will continue open until seven o’clock
in the afternoon of the same day.
Dated this 9th of March, 1893.'
U. J. Warren, Clerk.
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per this season at every step of her
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bazaar to emporium. Never was the
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beautiful in texture, colorings and de
vice. The woolen textiles of today—if
one confine her attention to that alone—
have readied such a degree of rich
beauty that it would be an easy matter
to design an entire outfit, or indeed, a
whole trousseau with them. Among
other elegaut frabrics are grenadine
rayee, and miroir, ombre, cameleon
and nacre velvet to use in combination
with handsome silk or wool tissues. Ben
galine ondine is very effective. Eglan
tine royale is another handsome textile,
likewise French taffeta in delicate tint
ings, brocaded with Pompadour bou
quets in natural colors. The Oriental
dyes also are noted in many of these
fabrics, the gay mixture catching tlio
eye of the shopper at once. Indeed
one would lose her way in this laby
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Journals are precisely a sure companion
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practical information. “La Mode de
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“The French Dressmaker,” $3.00 per
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An exchange truthfuly remarks that
many a good item of news is lost to the
world in general, and slips through the
fingers of the news gatherer entirely be
cause so many people believe they appear
to be thrusting themselves on the public
notice when they volunteer information
to a reporter—upon mattevs relating to
themselves. It is not that they object to
its publication—they prefer to see it
printed in fact—but they will not inform
the reporter themselves, for the reasons
above stated. From the reportorial
standpoint such people are wrong. The
man who stops the reporter on the street
to tell him that he has been to Wash
ington or Nova Scotia, he contemplates
building, that he is going to get married,
that his wife has company, entertained
friends last night, or presented him with
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the earth, and he is too. May that class
of men increase.on the earth is the prayer
of all news-gathers.
We sell the Empire letter copying
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ing paper.
The Citizens Bank of McCook.
Incorporated under State Lawt.
Paid Up Capital, $50,000
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General Banking Business.
Collections made en all accessible points. Drafts draws
directly on principal cities in Europe, Taxes
paid for non-residents.
Tickets For Sale to and from Europe
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V. FKANKLIN, President JOHN R. CLAKK, Vice Pres.
A. C. EBEKT, Cashier.
CORRESPONDENTS:
The First National Bank, Lincoln Nebrska.
The Chemical National Bank, New York CKjr.
Ffie First JYatiouaJ tBanf*.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL,
$100,000.
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS,
$60,000.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS.
GEORGE HOCK NEIL, President. B. M. FREES, Vice President. IN. F. LAWSON, Cash,er.
A. CAMPBELL. FRANK HARRIS.
THE McCOOK ROLLER MILLS,
E. H. DOAN. Proprietor,
Is Now Open and Ready for Business.
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MCCOOK, - - NEBRASKA.
Office: In rear of First National Bank.
HUGH W. HOLE, Lawyer,
MCCOOK, NEBBASKA
Will practice in all courts. Coinmercla.
ami corporation law a specialty. Money to
loan. Rooms 4 and 5 old First National iild'y.
f>. Ji. DAVIS. W. V. GAGE.
—DAVIS <fc GAGE,—
j Physicians k Surgeons,
MCCOOK, NEBRASKA.
I1 53?—Office IIockh: 9 to 11, a. in., 2 to 5 ami
7 to 9, p. in Room8 over First National bank.
R. A. COLL,
-LEADING
MERCHANT - TAILOR
OF MCCOOK,
lias a fine stock of Cloths. Bind
ings, and other trimmings always
on hand.
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