The McCook tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 1886-1936, May 26, 1893, Image 6

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    TO BE worthy of being called the very PnoiTtG
best store in town requires plenty of -Ol Ct/DLlo.
TO SELECT a large stock suit
able for your needs requires ldlUC.
TO BUY the goods right—which means Pn^i-j-nl
strictly for cash—requires unlimited cLJJl tell.
TO SELL them to the universal satisfaction HPo nf
of our large and increasing trade requires J- CtD t.
\ We have these Requisites. /
0 || They are at y.our Disposal. ^
| We Request your Trade.
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S'. M. COCHRAN & CO.,
-Dealers in
Farm implements, Hardware, Wagons, Buggies, Etc.
WEST DENNISON ST., m’cOOK.
W. C. BULLARD & CO.
-to:—■
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" LIME, HARD
S LUMBER.
BLINDS. COAL.
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RED CEDAR AND OAK POSTS.
HTTJ. J. WARREN, Manager.
B. & M. Meat Market.
F. S. WILCOX, Prop.
F. E>. BURGESS,
PLUMBER®STEAM FITTER
NORTH MAIN AVE.. McCOOK, NEB.
Stock of Iron, Lead and Sewer Pipe, Brass Goods,
Pumps, and Boiler Trimmings. Agent for Halliday,
Eclipse and Waupun Wind Mills.
GREAT SPEAR HEAD CONTEST,
SAVE THE TAGS.
One Hundred and Seventy-Three Thousand Two Hundred and Fifty Dollars,
$173,250.00
3n valuable Presents to be Given Away in Return for
SPEAR HEAD TAOS.
mm———.mas* ————
1.155 STEM WINDING ELGIN GOLD WATCHES.$34,650 00
Jf 775 FINE IMPORTED FRENCH OPERA GLASSES, MOROCCO BODY,
BLACK ENAMEL TRIMMINGS, GUARANTEED ACHROMATIC... 28,875 00
23,100 IMPORTED GERMAN BUCKHORN HANDLE, FOUR BLADED
' ’ POCKET KNIVES. 23,100 00
1 1 5.500 ROLLED GOLD WATCH CHARM ROTARY TELESCOPE TOOTH
PICKS. 57,750 00
I 1 5,500 LARGE PICTURES (14x28 inches) IN ELEVEN COLORS,for framing,
no advertising on them.28.S75 00
261,030 PRIZES, AMOUNTING TO.$173,250 00
The above articles will be distributed, by counties, among parties who chew SPEAR
HEAD Plug Tobacco, and return to us the TIN TAGS taken therefrom.
We will distribute 286 of these prizes in this connly as follows:
To THE PARTY sending us the greatest number of SPEAR HEAD
TAGS from tbis county we will give.1 GOLD WATCH.
To the FIVE PARTIES sending us the next greatest number of
SPEAR HEAD TAGS, we will give to each, 1 OPERA GLASS....5 OPERA GLASSES.
To the TWENTY PARTIES sending us the next greatest number
of SPEAR HEAD TAGS, we will give to each 1 POCKET
KNIFE.20 POCKET KNIVES.
To the ONE HUNDRED PARTIES sending us the next greatest
number of SPEAR HEAD TAGS, we will give to each I
ROLLED GOLD WATCH CHARM TOOTH PICK.100 TOOTH PICKS.
To the ONE HUNDRED PARTIES sending us the next greatest
number of SPEAR HEAD TAGS, we will give to each 1
i,ARGE PICTURE IN ELEVEN COLORS.100 PICTURES.
Total Number of Prises for tbis County, 226.
CAUTION.—No Tags will be received before January 1st, 1891, nor after February 1st,
1891 Each package containing tags must be marked plainly with Name of Sender, Town,
County. State, and Number of Tags In each package. All charges on packages must be
prcj.ahh ad._spEAR HEAD possesses more qualities of Intrinsic value than any other
n!"g tobacco produced. It Is the sweetest, the toughest, the richest. SPEAK HEAD is
•Tbsolutelv, positively and distinctively different in flavor from any other plug tobacco.
A trial will convince the most skeptical of this fact. It is the largest seller of any similar
, style on earth, which proves that it has caught the popular taste and pleases the
n';~'V ' Try it, and participate in the contest for prize*. See that a TIN TAG fs on every
II <Vnt piece of SPEAR HEAD jou buy. Send in the tag*, no matter how small the
quantity. ery sDmepdy,^ 8QRa COMPANY, Middletown, Ohio.
\ i„..t of the people obtaining these prizes in thl* county will be published In this
paper immediately after February 1st, 1891.
' DON’T SEND ANY TADS BEFORE JANUARY I. 1894.
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District Court Proceedings.
CASKS CONTINUED.
Nebraska & Kansas Farm Loan Co. vs. Win.
M. Nutt etal. Equity.
Burnham, Till leys At Co. vs. George E. Mayo
et al. Equity.
Western Loan & Investment Co. vs. John
Green et al. Equity.
J. H. Ludwick vs.J. H. Benin t etal. Equity.
J. M. Richards vs. C. B. & Q. U. It. Damages.
Citizens Bank ol' McCook vs. E. R. Banks,
sheriff, et al. Appeal
John A. Thomas vs. Chus. D. Cramer etal.
Equity.
Newman Dutcber vs. Albert Stegman etal.
Equity.
McKinney, Hundley & Walker vs. O. M.
Knipple. Revivor of judgment.
David Fisher vs. Charles W. Beck. Appeal.
Charles C. Ely vs. Francis M. Burt et al.
Equity.
People’s Building, Loan & Savings Assoeia
tion vs. Samuel K. Smith et al. Equity.
Great Western Watch Co. vs A. P. Bod well.
Appeal.
Howard H. Shields. Administrator, vs. .1. M.
Inman’s estate et al. Equity.
S.L Sticther vs.W.H. Williams ot al. Equity.
Charles C. Crabtree vs. George Crabtree.
Equity.
Newton Hart vs. George Weiil et al. Equity.
Florence M.Lytle vs. Charles Lytle. Divorce.
Great Western Watch Co. vs. C. B. Hoag,
Appeal.
James Kelley vs. Robert Moore. Replevin.
Charles Wright 2d vs. Epbriam Green etal.
isquiiy.
William II. Lockwood et al vs.Thomas Clark
et al. Equity.
Francis L. Stoddard vs. Robert Ackerman
et al. Equity.
J. E. Seeley vs. James H. Goodrich, Jr.
Equity.
Leonard Bevens vs. Charles T. Brewer.
Equity.
Heekel Hardware Co. vs. James Harris.
Equity.
M. 1). Wells & Go.vs. S. E. Firestone. Equity.
McKinley Banning Loan & Trust Co. vs Win.
Duborka. Equity.
Ida Halstead vs. A. L. Pollock. Equity.
Miss Irene Cornwell vs Conrad Kreidt.
Equity.
Robert Moore vs. James Kelley. Appeal.
Einil Lindner vs. James C. Rriney. Appeal.
Charles H. Meeker et ul vs. J. 11. Haddock.
Equity.
J. Coolidge Hills vs. Alonzo Jay. Equity.
Samuel R. Smith vs.Louis B. Korns. Equity.
John M. Boies vs. Alexander M. Siuionlon.
Equity.
J. Walter King, Trustee, vs. Wilber II. Rose*
crans. Equity:
Thomas Edwards vs. V. Hoyle. Appeal.
Sarah A. Brown vs. Levi Brown. Divorce.
Frank S. Minor vs. John Flury. Appeal.
Henry Carothers vs. Henry Simmcrman.
Equity.
J. Coolidge Hills vs. William Porter, Equity.
Jesse W.Kelsey vs. Jennie E. Pound. Equity.
Jcsiah G. Adams, Administrator,vs.Stillwell
Conner. Equity.
Josiah G. Adams vs. Charles H. Nichols.
Equity.
Nathan L. Case vs. James Neelings. Equity.
Kate A.L. Chapin vs. Henry Yoges. Equity.
J. Coolidge Hills vs. William W. Binkley.
Equity. %
B. Lombard, Jr., et al. vs. Moses M. Young.
Equity.
William Karp vs. Edward Fitzgerald. Dam
ages.
James N. Brown vs.Lemon M.Cross. Equity.
James N. Brown vs.Hiram H. Cross. Equity
Sandwich Enterprise Co. vs. E.F. Kopp. At
tachment.
F. W. Eskey vs. Chas. Woehner. Motion for
new trial.
L. W. Tulleys, Trustee, vs. Lawrence E.
Fisher. Confirmation of sale.
Adams County Bank vs. Abraham Loeb et al.
Distribution of proceeds.
H. G. Brainerd vs. Sadie Bates et al. Con
firmation of sale.
CASES DISMISSED.
Gilmore & Ruhl vs. H. Crabtree et al. Re
plevin.
Nat Bruen vs. Harrison National Banketal.
Replevin.
Susan B. Van Vliet vs. Allen R. Mitchell et
al. Equity.
Nebraska Mortgage Co. vs. August Kreidt
et al. Equity.
Michael Walch vs. George Nicholson. Ap
peal.
G. W. Griffith, Trustee, vs. Ira J. Corey etal.
Equity,
Timothy W. Preston vs. Frederick Quaduor
et al. Equity.
Kate W. Doty vs. Peter McCain. Equity.
James H. Knights. Adminis’r, vs. Ephraim
Greene. Equity.
M. E. Smith & Co. vs. S. E. Firestone. At
tachment.
1). M. Steele & Co. vs. S. E. Firestone. At
Frank M. Hocknell vs. Sarah E. Lipps.
Equity.
Samuel Bryan vs. The State of Nebraska.
Ejrrur.
Moline, Milburn & Stoddard Co. vs. C. H.
Pate. Attachment.
William A. Smith vs. William Henderson.
Equity.
William T. Henton vs. George Gabriel.
Equity.
Samuel Byron vs. Charles W. Hodgkin.
Damage.
The Nebraska Loan & Banking Co. vs. John
Hourigan. Equity.
State of Nebraska vs. John Johnson. For
gery.
State vs. E. W. Cunningham. Forgery.
State vs. E. W. Cunningham. Forgery.
DECREE OF FORECLOSURE.
Mary N. Clark vs. Isaac S. Shirey et al.
Equity. Amount paid into court and case
dismissed.
Edward H. Ogden vs. Stephen 3. Brown et
ux. Equity,
tacbment.
B. M. Vincent vs.George S. Kundiff. Equity.
Chas. Nash vs. Allen Bartley et al. Equity.
G. H. Warring, Jr.. Trustee,vs. A. H. Orman
et al. Equity.
Garwood H. Atwood vs. Louis Mather et al.
Equity.
St. Joseph Loan & Trust Co. vs. Annie Hill
et al. Equity.
The St. Joseph Loan & Trust Co. vs. John C.
Kinkead et al. Equity.
(Consolidated) Luther B. West vs. Swan Pe
harson. And Western Loan & Investment Co.
vs. Swan Peharson. Equity.
James N. Brown vs. Sarah R. Snavely et al.
Equity.
Charles II. Hall vs. Rufus M. Snavely et al.
Equity.
Afla C. Seeley vs. Bart J. Doyle et al. Equity.
Winfred B. Torley vs. Patrick Richard et al.
Equity.
Nebraska Mortgage Co. vs. Louis Mather et
a). Equity.
J. Abbott Thompson vs. Edward Kuester et
al. Equity.
Oliver M. Hyde vs. Jas. A. Piper et al.
Equity.
8. Anna Small vs. William H. Rich. Equity.
Elizabeth B. Crosby vs. Patrick McDonnell.
Equity.
Susan K. Broughton vs. Thomas Clark.
Equity.
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The Bank of Commerce V3. Samuel P< l!ock.
Equity.
The Bank of Commerce vh. William Reining*
ton, Jr. Equity.
The Investors Company vs. John 'taisch.
Equity.
John 1*. Ekstadt vs. Ollie M. Watlermau.
Equity.
Ti»e Atlantic Trust Co. vs. II. A. Frederick.
Equity.
JamesG. Johnson vs .John N. Smith. Equity.
Affa C. Seeley vs. John C. Crawler. Equity.
Churles Nash vs. Stephen Lyon. Equity.
Henry Paruielee vs. Lucy J. Cramer. Equity.
Salinda E. LeFevre vs. James II. Goodrich,
Jr. Equity.
J. E. Kelley vs. Charles A. Sutlers. Equity.
The Atlantic Trust Co., Trustee, vs. Francis
J. Fante. Equity.
Irving W. Spaulding vs. Joseph L. Springer.
Equity.
Joseph McKiever vs. Hetman Abermetb.
Equity.
The Investors Company >s. Belle F. King.
Equity.
J. Abbot Thompson vs. IraMcCiuug. Equity.
Frances M. Wright vs. Charles A. Bede.
Equity.
Mary T. Hyde vs. John Gireus. Equity.
Gertrude K. Sadd vs. Amos Com mock.
Equity.
E. F. Stephens vs. Joseph M. Huet. Equity.
Sylvester Hine vs. Ira Sylvester. Equity.
Harmony E. Clark vs. John W. Goetschius.
Equity.
Samuel C. Colt vs. William W. Bunnell.
Equitj’.
Mary T. Hyde vs. James A. Lyon. Equity.
Joseph H. King, Executor.vs. Theodore M.
Pliillippi. Equity.
Joseph H. King. Execuu-!(ve>.ThuiuasClark,
Equity.
J. Abbott Tiniuipeon vs. Lambert Jav.
Equity.
Josiah (i. Adams, Administrator .vs. James
C. Sedden. Equity.
Helen T. Campbell vs. J. Byron Jennings.
Equity.
Helen T. Campbell vs. Theobold Stemler.
Equity.
John Schmidt vs. John Paxton. Equity.
J. Abbott Thompson vs. Sarah J. Smith.
Equity.
James N. Brown vs. Lawrence E. Fisher.
Equity.
Bank of Commerce vs. John Wintjen.
Equity.
CASES CONFIRMED.
Metodist Episcopal Church vs. Harmuey E.
Clark. Confirmation of sale.
Westein Loan and Investment co. vrs. Austin
Dutcber. Confirmation of sale.
L. W. Tulleys, Trustee,vs. Archibald Speer.
Confirmation of sale.
Hastings Grocery Co. vs. Bed Willow Co.
Co-O. A. P. of H. el al. confirmation of sale.
J. W. Dolan vs. Elmer E. Bunthum. Confir
mation of sale.
Phoenix Insurance Co. vs. Paul Egger et al.
Confirmation of sale.
Stull Bros. vs. Joseph Booze. Confirmation
of sale.
Emma J. Lane vs. Mary Leonard et al. Con
firmation of sale.
Lewis B. Korn et al vs. C. H. Bussell et al.
Confirmation of sale.
E. S. Thompson vs. Bartley Milling, Stock &
Loan Co. Confirmation of sale.
Ellen Law vs. John W. Morgan et al. Confir
mation of sale.
Smitn Bros. Loan & Trust Co. vs. Elizabeth
Lyon et al. Confirmation of sale.
A. M. Beveridge vs. William W. Gerveret
al. Confirmation of sale.
J. Lowell Moore vs. Joseph A. Brewer et al.
Confirmation of sale.
L. M. Leach vs. George Leland et al. Confir
mation of sale.
Mary J Cole vs. Stephen Tuttle et al. Con
firmation of sale.
Mattie G. Wood vs. Nichols Marcy et al.
Confirmation of sale.
Mary Spier vs. John Janeck et al. Confirma
tion of sale.
Nancy Siocuni vs. Elizabeth .Joy et al. Con
firmation of sale.
Liliian M. Whish vs. John N. Lucas et al.
Confirmation of sule.
S. G. Edmonds vs. Charles A. Dibble et al.
Confirmation of sale.
Esther G. Shaw vs. Charles J. Higgins, et al.
Confirmation of sale.
Charles N. Griffin vs. Waldo E. Winslow et
al. Confirmation of sale.
Mary E. Bliss vs. James A. Houchin. Confir
mation of sale.
M. E. A. Van Vliet vs. Deatrick Blake et al.
Confirmation of sale.
MISCELLANEOUS CASES.
The Anglo-American Loan 6c Trust Co. vs.
William Y. Johnson et al. Equity. Sale here
tofore made set aside and ease dismissed at
cost of plaintiff.
Great Western Watch Co. vs. John W. Wolf.
Appeal. Verdict lor defendant.
Phil E. Winter vs. George B. Green. Appeal.
Verdict for plaintilf $100.
Great Western Watch Co. vs. Charles H. Lis
ion. equity. % eruici ior ueienuani.
William A. Hinesly vs. Peitsch & Kimberly.
Appeal. Verdict for plaintiff $200.
Great Western Watch Co. vs. J. F. Black.
Appeal. Disagreement of jury,case continued.
R. H. Thomas, contestant vs. V. Franklin
et al, contestee. Election contest. Decree
for contestee, county seat declared at Mc
Cook, 40 days allowed to present bill of excep
tion.
In the matter of the estate of Frank H.
Fowler, deceased. Petition to sell real estate.
Sale confirmed.
Robert H. Thomas vs. G. W. Roper, county
clerk, et al. Injunction. Order of injunction
vacated.
.Justin A. Wilcox vs. George A. Niccolson et
al. Equity. Judgment for $486.20.
Rebecca M. Davis vs. James T. Davis. Di
vorce. Divorce granted.
Rosa Frizzell vs. Perry Frizzell. Divorce.
Divorce granted.
Lawrence H. Rooney vs. J. A. Brewer.
Equity Judgment for defendant for $1198.50.
Ida M. Atkinson vs. William E. Atkinson.
Divorce. Divorce granted.
Gottfried Schaffert vs. Kathcrina Schaffert.
Divorce. Divorce granted.
.John Schmidt vs. John Paxton. Equity. De
cree for plaintiff.
Montgomery Bennett vs. Joseph C. Morgan
et al. Confirmation of sale. Sale set aside.
Charles Slocum vs. Elgeuia Pearson et al.
Confiimation of sale. Set aside.
LIST OF PATENTS
Received at the McCook land office. May
20th, 1S93:
Andrews, Byron. Matson, John.
Brown, Benaga. Morgan, William L.
Becker, Janies H. McKelvey, Hugh D.
Barton, James w. Moore, Francis B.
Caley, Robert V. Newcomb, Irenaens F.
Callison, George w. Nelson, william R.
Cozad, Isaac. O’Dea, Thomas,
Denney, Jasper N. Scheile r, Charles.
Evans, Evan D. Spickelmier, Jolm R.
Forbes, Jolm A. Summers, william R.
Fuller, Cash D, Vastine, william M.
Ives, Thomas E. waring, Edbert.
Hannan, Timothy. wright, John L.
Hombacker, John wheeler, Sterling J.
Kaedlng, John L. waruer, Rosalie.
Lorcj, John R.
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