The McCook tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 1886-1936, May 26, 1893, Image 7
W.g. Mom.an. Attorney.McCook,Neb. Publication Notice. Wilber II. KoNeersins, Flora M. Hosecraus, Heorgo W . Uiirton and Andrew K. Harvey, partners doing business under the linn name of limioii & Harvey. Justin A. Wilcox, diaries A. dark and Mrs. diaries A. Clark, Ills wile, whose liist name is lo plaintiff un known, dl)xcns flunk of McCook, a corpor ation, and H. Colvin, deleiidants,will take notice iliat .1. Walter King, trustee, plaintiff herein, lias tiled Ids petition in the district court ol Red Willow county, Nebraska, against said defendants, tbe object and pray er of which are to foreclose a certain mort gage executed October 2, 1888, by the defend ants Wilber II. Kosecransand Floraftl. Rose crans to the plaintiff, upon tbe following de serlbed real estate situated in the county of Red W illow and slate of Nebraska towit: The north half of the northwest quarter, the smillieast quarter of the northwest quarter, and the northeast quarter ut the southwest quarter of section number twenty-one (21) in township number four (4) north, range num ber twcnty-nineV29) west, to secure the pay mentiil i heir eleven certain promissory notes, one for #500.00 due September 24th, 1891, ami ten miles for $17.50 each, the first of said ten notes maturing March 1st, 1887, and one ma turing e.vefy six months thereafter, until the maturity ot the last of said ten notes, matur ing September lsl, 1891. That there is now due upon said miles and mortgage, including taxes on s.Cd premises paid by plaintitf, the sum of #857.11, with iiilerest thereon at the rate of len per cent, per annum from Sept ember lirst, 1889, and nlaintilf prays fora de cree that tlm defendants lie required lo 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, Jiti.y :i. 1898. Hated this 20th day of May, 1898. J. \V Al.TKll King, Trustee, Plaintiff. i!y VV. S. Morlan, his attorney. First publication May 28, 1893.—4ts. vv. s. Mom.an. Attorney, McCook, Neb. Publication Notice. Henry Voges, Alary Voges, George W. Burton amt Andrew K. Harvey, partners doing business under tlie firm name ot Burton & Harvey, Anna Golfer, Moses Golfer and Anna Golfer as executors of the last will and testament of Thomas Colfei* deceased, Chas. Notlmagel and Mrs. Charles Notlmagel, his wife, whose lirst name is to plaintiff unknown, William E. Rollings and U .Neill, defen dants, will take notice that Rate A. L.Chapin, plaintiff herein, has filed her petition in tlie district court of lied Willow county, Nebras Uh, against said defendants, the object and prayer of which are to foreclose a certain mortgage executed October fitli, 1866, by the defendants Henry Voges and Alary Voges to tlie plaintiff upon the tollowing described real estate towit: The northeast quarter of section number twelve [12J in towushipnum ber two [2J north, range number twenty-nine  west, m Red Willow county, Nebraska, to secure the payment of their eleven certain promissory notes, one principal note for §600.00 due September 13t.li, 1891, and ten coupon interest notes for §21.00 each, one of said notes maturing Alarch first, 1S87, and one every six months thereafter, until tlie maturity of tlie last of said ten coupon inter est notes, manning September first, 1891. There is now due on said notes and mort gage, including taxes on said premises paid by plaintiff, the sum of §775.29, with interest thereon at tlie rate of ten per cent per aur.um from Alarch first, 1889, amt plaintiff prays for a decree that tlie defendants be required to - pay tlie same, or that said premises may be sold to satisfy said amount. You are required to answer said petition on or before. AIonday, July 3. 1893. Haled this 24th day of Alay, 1893. Katk A. L. Chapin, Plaintiff. By W. S. Mortal), her attorney. First publication Alay 26, 1893.—Its. W. S. Mom.as, Attorney, AIcCook, Neb. Publication Notice. Stillwell Conner, Airs. Stillwell Conner,his wife, whose first name is to tlie plaintiff un known, and George W. Burton and Andrew E. Harvey, partners doing business under tlie firm name of Burton & Harvey, defendants, will take notice that Josiah G. Adams, as administrator ot tlie estate of Palmer South worth, deceased, plaintiff herein, lias iiled his petition in tlie district court of Red Willow county, Nebraska, against said deiendants, tlie object aim prayer of which are to fore close a certain mortgage executed July 3rd, 1887, by the defendant Stillwell Conner to one Palmer Southworth, now deceased, upon tlie following described teal estate towit: Tlie northeast quarter of section number one (1) in township number two (2) north, range number tweutyeight (28] west, in Red Willow county, Nebraska, to secure tlie payment of liis eleven promissory notes, one principal note for §600.00 due April 21st, 1S92, and ten coupon interest notes for §24.00 each, tlie first one ot said ten coupon interest notes maturing October first, 1887, and one of said notes maturing every six months thereafter, until tlie maturity ot tlie last of said ten notes, maturing April first, 1892. That there is now due on said notes and mortgage, including taxes on said premises paid by the plaintiff, tlie sum of §856.97, with interest thereon at tlie rate of ten per cent per annum from October first, 1887, and plaintiff prays for a decree that tlie defendants be required to pay tlie same, or that said premises may be sold to satisfy said amount, with interest and costs of suit You are required to answer said petition on or before Monday, July 3d, 1893. Josiah G. Adams, Administrator, By W. S. Marian, his attorney. Plaintiff. First publication Alay 26,1893.—4ts. W. S. Mohlan, Attorney, McCook, Neb. Publication Notice. Edgar K. Byars, George VV. Burton and Andrew E. Harvey, partners doing business under the firm name o£ Burton & Harvey, U. M. Suavely and Sarali It. Suavely, his wife, defendants, will take notice that Lucian H. Chidsey, as administrator of the estate of Cornelia VV. Clark, deceased, plaintiff herein, lias tiled his petition in the district court of Red Willow county, Nebraska, against said defendants, the object and prayer of which are to foreclose a certain mortgage executed January 6th, 1886, by the defendant Edgar 1!. Byars to the said Cornelia VV. Clark upon the following described real estate namely: The east half of the northeast quarter of sec tion number nineteen (19) ill township num ber one (1) north, range number twenty-eight (28) west, in Red Willow county, Nebraska, to secure the payment of his eleven certain promissory notes, one principal note for 8200.00 due November 30, 1890, and ten cou pon interest notes for §8.00 each, the first note of said series of ten coupon interest notes maturity Slay first, 1886, and one note matu ring every six months thereafter, until the maturing of the last of said coupon interest notes, maturing November first, 1890. That there is now due the plaintiff, as the admin istrator of the estate of the said Cornelia VV. Clark, deceased, upon said notes and mort gage, the sum of $249.39, with interest thereon at the rate of ten per cent per annum from May 1, 1889, and plaintiff prays for a decree that the defendants he 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, July 3.1893. Bated this 23d day of May, 1893. Lucian H. Chidsey, Administrator, By VV. S. Morlan, his attorney. Plaintiff. First publication May 20, 1893.—4ts. C* -mberlain’s Eye & Skin Ointment. A certain cureforChronic Sore Eyes, Tetter, Salt Kheum, Scald Head. Old Chronic Sores, Fever Sores, Eczema, Itch, Prairie Scratches, Sore Nipples and Piles. It is cooling snd soothing. Hundreds ot eases have been cured by it after nil other treatment had failed. It is put up in 26 and 50 cent boxes. For sale by George M.Cbenery. Nov.20-lyear. Say! When a man pounds his thumb he puts it in his mouth and says ***** get me Haller’s Pain Paralyzer, quick now. For sale by McConnell & Co. W. H. Mold.AN. Attorney, McCook, Neb. Publication Notice. Alexander M. ijiinonton, Jessie Al. ,‘Sinion ton, George VV. lSinlon and Andrew E. llar vev, paitners doing business under tlie linn name of Burton A Harvey, Bimini .Smith, J. 11. Goodrich, Jr., Airs. .1. II. Goodrich, Jr., Ins wife, whose lust name is io plaiutiU' un known, Kdward II. Burelus, Elizabeth Bur ches, Alexis Halter and J. W. Dolan, defen dants, will take notice that John M. Boies, plaintiff herein, lias tiled liis petition in tlie district court of Bed Willow county; Neb raska, against said defendants, tile object and prayer of which are to 1 neelose a certain mortgage executed November loth, 1880, by the deft ndauts Alexander Ai. .8111101111111 and Jessie Al. bitiiouton to the plainlitf, upon tlie following described real estate towil: The northwest quarter of section number eight een (IS) in townsnip number one (1) north, range number thirty (:(0) west, in ItedWiliow county, Nebraska, t> secure their eleven promissory notes, one note for >400.00 due November lltli, 1891, and ten coupon inter est notes of $16.00 eaeli, the lirst note of said series of ten interest coupon notes maturing May 1st, 1887, and one note maturing every 1 six mouths therrnlter until ihe maturity of the last note of said series of ten notes mat uring November 1st, 1891; that there is now due tlie plaintiff on said notes and mortgage the sum of $485.73, with interest thereon at the rate of ten per cent per annum from May 1st, 1890; that tlie defendants lie required to pay said amount and interest or that said premises he sold to satisfy tlie amount found due and costs of suit. You are required to answer said petition on or before Monday, Joey 3, 1893. Dated this 33d of May, 1893. John M. Boies, Plaintiff. By VV. S. Morlan. Ids attorney. First publication Aiay 3(i, 1893.—4ts. 1 Iff. S. Mom.AN, Attorney, McCook, Neb. Publication Notice. e.•ivopp, iieiemiiuir, win lane notice that the Sandwich Enterprise Company, a corporation duly organized under the lawsof the state of Illinois, plaintiff herein, has lilt'd its petition in thedistrict. court of Bed Willow county, Nebraska, against said defendant, the object and prayerof which are to obtain judgment against said defendant for thesum of 8102 57 with interest thereon at the rate of ten percent per annum from the first day of April, 1893,for goods and merclmdise sold and delivered by the plaintiff to tin* defendant at his special instance and request. That on the 7th day of April, 1893, a.. of attach ment was issued out of the district court of said county, in said action, for the sum of 8102.57. That the property of the defendant consisting of the following described real es tate towit: the west halt of the southwest quarter of section number three (3) in town ship number three (3) north, range number thirty (30) west, in lied Willow county, Neb raska, has been attached under said order. You are required to answer said petition on or before Monday, July 3, 1893. Sandwich Entkupuisk Company, By Cold) & Harvey and Plaintiff. W. S. Morlan, its attorneys. First publication May 26,1803.—-Its. J. E. Kelley, Attorney, McCook, Neb. Publication Notice. In the district court of Red Willow county, Nebraska. J. L. Moore, trustee, plaintiff, vs. Sarah E. Gerver, Lizzie Coieman, Wilson Cole man, ber husband, Emma Fuller,William Ful ler, her husband, Del lie Hanlein and Henry Hanlein, her husband. May Gerver, Minnie Gerver, Sarah Allen and William Allen, her husband, and Wesley Gerver, defendants. To Wilson Coleman. Lizzie Coleman, Henry Hanlein, Dellie Hanlein and William Fuller, non-resident defendants. You will take notice that on the Sth day of May A. D. 1893, J. L. Moore, trustee, plaintiff, filed his petition in the district court of Red Willow county,. Nebraska, the object and prayerof which is to foreclose a certain mort gage executed by James S. Gerver and Sarah E. Gerver to the Dakota Mortgage Loan Cor poration. and duly assigned to the piaintiff herein, upon the southwest quarter of the southwest quarter of section 25. township 1, north of range 30. westof the Sth P. M„ in Red Willow county, Nebraska; paid mortgage be ing dated April first, 1888, and due April first, 1893. upon which there is now due the sum of $199.80, and interest thereon at the rate of ten per centum per annum from May first, 1893. Plaintiff prays for a decree of foreclosure and sale of said premises: that the defendants be foreclosed and barred of all title, lien or other interests in said premises, and for deficiency judgment and equitable relief. You are re quired to answer said petition on or before Monday, the 3rd day of J uly, 1893. Dated May Sth, 1893. J. L. MOORE, Trustee, Plaintiff. By J. E. Kelley, his attorney. First publication May 19. 1893.-4ts. Mr. Wm. Westlake, a prominent far mer and breeder of thoroughbred horses, living near Avoca, Neb., was so badly injured by being thrown from his sulky, as to be unable to raise his hand to his head. After using numerous liniments and consulting several physicians with out getting any relief, he asked if I knew anything that would help him. I recommended Chamberlain’s Pain Balm, which he used, and within two weeks he had entirely recovered the use of his arm. I consider Chamberlain’s Pain Balm the greatest preparation ever pro duced for sprains, bruises, deep-seated and muscular pains, burns, and scalds. —J. J. LaGrange, druggist, Avoca, Neb. 50 cent bottles for sale by Mc Connell & Co. Heaven is only a step from the peni tent sinner, but millions of miles from the hypocrite. A Million Friends. A friend in need is a friend indeed, and less than one million people have found just such a friend in Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds. If you have never used this Great Cough Medicine, one triale will convince you that it has wonderful cur ativ powers in all diseases of Throat, Chest and Lungs. Each bottle is guar anteed to do all that is clamed or money will be refunded. Trial bottles free at McMillen’s Drug Store. Large bottles 50c. and $1 00. It is so much easier on the mind to call a reformer a crank, than to try to follow him. It proves one to be supe rior—to ideas! So Badly Afflicted he Could Scarcely Reach Home—0. K. T. Effects a Radical Cure. Portland, Ore., July 31. While I was in Tillamook last winter I was affected in my back and kidneys so that it was almost impossible for me to reach Portland. When I got here I was induced to try the OREGON KID NEY TEA. I drank at my meals the tea made from it, and it has effected a radical cure. I can highly recommend it to all who are afflicted as I was. _E. KOHN. In Java 13 is held as the sacred num ber. t SAILED THE SEAS 38 YEARS. One of His Experiences. For thirty-eight years Capt. Loud followed the sea, most of that time as master of a ves sel, and upon retiring from the water was ap pointed by the Secretary of the United States Treasury to superintend the seal fisheries in Alaska, which position lie held live years, lie relates one experience as follows: “For several years I had been troubled with general nervousness and pain in the region of my heart. My greatest affliction was sleeplessness; it was almost impossible at any time to obtain rest and sleep. Having seen Dr. Miles' remedies advertised I began using Nervine. After taking a small quantity the benefit received was so great that I was posi tively alarmed, thinking the remedy con tained opiates which would finally be injuri ous to me; but on being assured by the drug gist that it was perfectly harmless, I contin ued it together with the Heart Cure. Today 1 can conscientiously say that Dr. Miles’ Re storative Nervine and New Heart Cure did more for me than anything I had ever taken. I had been treated by eminent physicians in New York and San Francisco without ben efit. I owe my present good health to the judicious use or these most valuable remedies, and heartily recommend them to all afflicted as I was.”—Capt. A. P. Loud, Hampden, Me. Dr. Miles’ Restorative Nervine and New Cure are sold by all druggists on a positive guaran tee, or by Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind., on receipt of price, 81 per bottle, or six bottles for 85, express prepaid. They are free from all opiates and dangerous drugs. Deserving Praise. We desire to say to otir citizens, that for years we h*ve been selling Dr. Kings’s New Discovery fj>r Consump tion, Dr. King’s New Life Pills, Buck len’s Arnica Salve and Electric Bitters, and have never handled remedies that sell so well, or that have given such universal satisfaction. We do not hesi tate to guarantee them every time, and we stand ready to refund the purchase price, if satisfactory results do not fol low their use. These remedies have won their great popularity purely on their merits. McMillen, druggist. The tongue of man is an unruly member, and, like the tongue of an ox, it is never cured until after death. T have been troubled with chronic sore eyes for forty-five years, and dur ing that time I have used many differ ent remedies, but have never found any that seemed to do me any good, until I procured a box of Chamberlain’s Eye and Skin Ointment. I have used only about one-third of a box, and can truthfully say, I have never had my eyes feel as well, nor look as well as they do now. [ expect to cure them entirely with the Ointment. Ben Heath, Dow City, Iowa. 25 cent bot tles for sale by McConnell & Co. Somebody says most of the handor gans are owned by one company and hired out. Another grinding monopoly. During an epidemic of whooping cough at De Witt, Iowa, a prominent family there bought a fifty cent bottle Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy for their children. It proved so satisfactory Jhat they recommended it to their neighbors; and they in turn to others. In less than a week’s time the druggist, Mr. C. V. Baxter, was having an im mense run on it. The medicine is still the main reliance in that vicinity for coughs colds, croup and whooping cough. Mr. Baxter says, “It sells on its merits.” For sale by McConnell & Co. It is only when we are willing to be useful and faithful in little things that we can accomplish that which is truly great. The Only Thing Used by Fashionable Women To perpetuate beautiful complexion is Wisdom's famous Robertine, which is as harmless as the morning dew, as sub tile in its action as the magician's wand and as invisible—save the bloom and delicacy it gives to the cheek—as the air we breathe. Read the testimonials from famous artists, celebrated chemists and eminent physicians. A Tennessee child talks incessantly. It is thought that he will have a greater career as a champion pugilist. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The best salve in the world for cuts, tores, ulcers, salt rheum, tetter, chap ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions, and positively cures piles or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money re funded. Price 25 cents a box. For sale by A. McMillen. | 23-lyr. Nothing will do more to put wrinkles in your face than worrying about things you can't help. Give the Boys A chance to be strong and healthy, feed them with good plain food and keep their blood in good order with Haller's Sarsaparilla and Burdok and who knows but they will be president or alderman. For sale by McConnell & Co. The woman who is too proud to beg, often goes hungry for the bread of life. ———————————i hi i jijt«H-«x»A^rrw-- w■ •JJp* The Citizens Bank of McGock. I Incorporated under Stato Laws. Paid Up Capital, $50,000 [ -DOES A i General Banking Business. Collections made en all accessible points. Drafts drawl directly on principal cities in Europe. Sixes paid for non-residents. Tickets For Sale to and from Europe OFFICERS: V. FItANKLIN, President. JOHN It. CLAKK, Vice Prea. A. O. EBERT, Cashier. I CORRESPONDENTSx The First National Bank, Lincoln Nebrska. The Chemical National Bank, New York City. Tfiie First National Idanli. AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, \ $100,000. | " I CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, $60,000. ****'"" OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS. GEORGE HOCKNELL, President. B. M. FREES, Vice President. W. F. LAWSON, ■ . 'icr A. CAMPBELL. FRANK HARRIS. ——--—i- - ...___: . Now is the time. ,r, - HJ&j§F I This is the place.... @ : i M TO GET BARGAINS. : L : We Have Added Clothing.... _ And Sell Boys’ and ens’.... ' * * : C : SUITS AT FROM $1.50 TO $18. _ Large Line of. * z :_ HATS AND CAPS. — jf - : Buy a Hat of Us and. — - We Will Give You a. * * i & ; Ticket to the World’s Fair S_ Rockford No. 101 Hose 85c per Dozen. In 10 doz. lots and upwards V'.'o per doz. _ .Coates Thread 50c per dozen. - ^ - 22LB.S N.O. SUGAR $1.00. |gkl - ....At! Other.... 1^1 - GROCERIES, DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, ETC. p ■ - As Low as any House in the City. —-| J. WILCOX & SON. GEO. J. BURGESS, 1 Dealer in Fn initiate ni Wins. The Finest Line of Machinery Ever Brought to this County. —Call and See my Line of— SULKY AND GANG PLOWS, DISC HARROWS AND CULTIVATORS, BREAKERS AND SEES HARROWS. ■ McCormick, Buckeye and Deering Binders and 'Mowers, Minnesota Chief Threshers, Randolph *' Headers, Deere-Wells & Co. Plows, Keystone Agent Disc Harrows, Grand Detour. Little Yankee, FOR G. W. Brown’s Knox Lister. Norwegian Plows * and Gangs, Moline Flying Dutchman, Superior and Hoosier Drills, Hero and Buckeye Feed I Mills, Moline and Ketclium Wagons. Yard West of First National Rank, McCOOK, NER. DO YOU KEEP IT IN THE HOUSE? PERRY DAVIS5 PAIN-KILLER Will Cure Cramps, Colic, Cholera Morbus and all Bowel Complaints. PRICE, 25c., 60om and 91.00 A BOTTLE. . A. .J. KITTEN HOUSE. (:. i!. lioYUi. KITTEN HOUSE « KOYLE. ATTORNEYS - \T - LAW McCOOK, NF.lt. E. KELLEY. ATTORNEY AT LAW, AGENT LINCOLN LANIi Lie MCCOOK. - - NEUHA • K A. Office: In rearof First National Hank. HUGH W. COLE. Lawyer, McCook, neihiaska tSY~Will practice in alleonrto. i nunn-icia. md corporation law a specialty. Mui.-y to oan. Rooms 4 and 5 old First Not on i Idd’jr. J. U. DAVIS. AV. V. ( ALE. —DA\ IS <fe GAGE,— Physicians & Surgeons, MCCOOK, NF,HHA-iC/i. »ar"OFFiCE Hocus: 9 to 11. a.. : an.: [to», p. tn. Kooine over First National Lank. R. A. COLE, -LEADING MERCHANT - TAILOR OF MCCOOK. lias a fine stock of Cloths, Bind ings, and other trimmings always on hand. CHASE CO. LAND & LIVE STOCK CO. Korsei branded on left blp or left ihouldeni P. O. address, Imperial Chase County, and Beat Irice, Neb. Range. St.'at* ling Water and Frencb ■ man creeks, Chase Co., [ Nebraska. a Brand as cut on side of * some animals, on hip an4 i sides of gome, cr any* wnere on mo anim il. r\B :* -? i.:V: t r».r/,oe?sr.oc«l fonmo loncrr i;- u t\ • r oi Tcrr«.rs, for by a •- ->C. wonde!*:.! - in Kioaiciue, cancer < n ::r;y part of :1 • h •••... bo l>«*vm»n«-ntly cured without, the . : cf ths* k'liiV. Mils ! I. 1). 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The object of thin Sanita rium Is to furni.-h board, rooms and medical attention to those *uG- ring wita £- Deformities, Diseases of Women, Dis ease* of the Urinary and Sexual Organa, Diseaaes or he Serroaf Syatem. Lang and Throat Disease*. File*. Cf ocer-i. Tumors. Eu-.. Etc. Surgical Operations performed with skill. Mooita free t» Men amd Women. For further information call on or t ' .’re-** OR. C. M. COE, Kansas City, Mo.