The McCook tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 1886-1936, June 30, 1893, Image 8
GOING OUT OF BUSINESS. GOING OUT OF BUSINESS. E c/) | J. ALBERT WELLS’ s oc o |_J -ENTIRE STOCK OF-<g- Q x $20,000 Worth of )ry Goods, Carpets, | <3 AND MILLINERY TO BE SACRIFICED S g AT AND BELOW COST! g MR. WELLS WISHING TO RETIRE FROM BUSINESS. H|s=£=*~ 3 SALE COMMENCES ON JULY THIRD a < J CO And Continues Until Everything is Sold. | Tnd^fixtures | j. aumnT wells. ! j r- For Sale.... \ ---McCook, Nebraska. ^ SHOW CASES AND FIXTURES ARE FOR SALE. SHOW CASES AND FIXTURES ARE FOR SALE. IJv » —— —— Come and see the prices at Gan schow’s. Knipple sells canned goods cheaper than ever. Get prices on wall paper at McMil len’s drug store. Predmore Bros, keep the best cylin der oil in McCook. Dr. A. J. Thomas, Dentist, office in Union block, over Knipple. Watson & Penny are putting out handsome rigs these days. No better farm wagon on wheels than the Charter Oak sold by S. M. Cochran & Co. Noble carries a large and complete stock of the best brands of canned goods of all kinds. We can and will save you money on wall paper. Examine our prices before buying. McConnell & Co. If you want a well drilled in fine shape see McClain & Co. Leave or ders at S. 31. Cochran & Co.’s. Remember that S. M. Cochran & Co. now carry in stock a full and complete stock of builders’ hardware supplies. Knipple leads them all when it comes to selling a fine patent flour cheap. Try him once and you will be convinced. Patronize H. Thompson & Co., deal ers in flour and feed of all kinds, west Dennison street, on the corner north of McEntee Hotel. McMillen Bros, carry a complete stock of dusters—the cheap as well as the finer articles. Give them a call if you need anything in that line. Don’t build a fence around your property until you have seen and priced that woven wire fencing at S. M. Cochran & Co.’s. Nothing cheaper, neater or better. Prof. Fred C. Heard holds three gold medals of the Ilernandies Tournaments held at Cincinnati, St. Louis and San Francisco for the best all around guitar execution. He has a class upon the guitar at 50 cents each lessoD. If you want fire or tornado insurance in Reliable Companies, call on C. J. Ryan. Look Here. HIGH GRADE PATENT FLOUR. Pillsburys Best,.$1.50 per sack. Monogram Patent.1.20 per sack. Charm Patent. 1.10 per sack. 91 Patent. 1.10 per sack. FIRST PATENT GRADES: 84 Patent.$1.10 per sack. Surprise Patent. 1.10 per sack. STRAIGHT GRADES. Jack Frost.$1.00 par sack. Faultless.85 per sack. Legal Tender.80 per sack. Pride of McCook.75 per sack. Corn, Oats, Hay, Oil Cake and Bin der Twine. All goods delivered free. McCook Commission Co. 211 Main street. Quality Up—Prices Down! Knipple excels in the quality of the flour he keeps in stock, and in the re markably low prices at which he is sell-■ ing. Think of it! Fancy patent flour at.$1.25 Snowflake flour at.85 And remember that he warrants every sack. At the old stand in the Cole brick. We can and will save you money on wall paper. Examine our prices before buying. McConnell & Co. You can buy more goods at Knipple’s for One (1$) Dollar than you can any where else in the city of McCook. S. M. Cochran & Co. carry a large line of buggies in stock. See them if you want a good vehicle cheap. Buy your shoes at Ganschow's and get the worth of your money. Ice cold meats at B. & M. Meat Market. Residence property for sale in all parts of the city by C. J. Ryan. Commissioner's Proceedings. June 13th, 1893. Full board present. The following bills were allowed: A A Andrus, assessor, salary f56 00 J C Oakley, board E G Smith 15 00 Frank G Lytle, work on roads 4 50 A J Lytle •• 4 50 G W Arbogasb, hauling hridne Timbe 19 00 June 14th, 1893. Full board present. The following bills were allowed: George Younger, work on bridges fSO 00 " ■' hauling bridge lumber 29 00 B B Mosher & Son. iron for bridges 2 10 J W Hoblnson, hauling lumber 12 00 C A Beda 18 00 Jacob Korb “ 4 50 Murry Graham •• 7 50 James Williams “ 15 26 H N Graham work on bridges 9 50 J A Carter assessing Bondville 50 40 T F Welborn Indianola 106 00 Jno L Horton I.ebanon 56 00 James Jones Missouri Ridge 44 40 A R Clark Fritsch 50 70 Francis Cain Grant 53 80 W M Rozell Coleman 55 30 J R Kiel Red Willow 77 00 S Simpson Beaver 75 60 F M Williams Alliance 54 72 Frank Moore Tyrone 38 00 L W Critser Valley Grange 50 00 C C Smith Gerver 42 00 L F Faass Driftwood 73 00 R E Moore BoxJJSlder 57 50 J W Daniels North Valley 54 00 F M Kimmell Blanks for H H Berry 5 50 State Journal stationery for county 53 55 W O Bond drawing jury, etc 3 25 “ indexing etc 13 22 John C Beck cllauingcourt room 1 00 Official bonds approved: M Fosscn overseer district 33 James Boatman “ 35, June 15th. Full board present. M S Beck, rent Jury room 3 00 E J Mitchell stationery 16 75 W O Bond postage, etc 6 00 E 3 Shaw making bridge ;rons 10 00 W H Gartsid nails 4 54 Elba Graves “ 8 75 Hoad 271 granted. Commencing at s e corner, seo 7 thence north one half mile, All in town 3 range 29. June 16th, 1893. Full board present and the following bill allowed: Page T Francis assessing Willow Grove, *187.00 | June 17th 1893. Full board present. The following bills were allowed. Hariison & Harrison clothing for E G Smith $6 50 Powell Bros. mdse A Z Jones 1 60 E J Mitchell stationery 6 25 .f A Wilcox & Son mdse for Purdy and Best 13 15 S E Hager & Co coal for county 23 GO B W Barnes bar docket etc 57 00 H Crabtree bailiff 14 00 Jno R Young assessing East Valley 102 50 May Anderson board Lizzie Craig 44 00 John Kelley work on bridges 3 00 Petition of Henry Carothers, Wm Ooleman etal asking for public road rejected. Road No 272 granted. From s e cor sec 32 to s w cor sec 32 all in town 2 range 37, Road No 273 granted. From n e cor sec 3 to s w cor sec 4 town 2 range 28, June 19.1893. Full board present. Following claim allowed. Geo M Young work on bripge 3 50 June 20th, 1893. Full board present, and following bills were allowed: Barnett I.br Co., bridge material 8489 40 " “ 109 74 “ “ 19 35 .1A Cass 11 259 29 S E Harger A Co. *• 110 32 S S Graham work on bridges 2910 Samuel Young •• “ 99 85 L W McConnell A Co med. for paupers 0 95 Ind. HdwCo., hrrdware etc, 62 19 C W Beck state vs Cunningham A Foster 12 45 E R Banks 8 20 W O Bond M 5 15 W O Bond fee state vs Johnson 3 60 E E DeVoe “ 68 48 rejected W O Bond •• •• Morris 12 50 F W Esher •• 16 00 J H Berge “ 6 00 ER Banks “ 12 00 G F Taylor. Rejected Samuel Iloagland “ Ed Tear *• E C J.akin “ Wm Bergin " CH Taylor •• Joe Eorris “ Geo Morris “ K T Carter ' “ A G Dole H H Berry state vs Elliott 4 15 “ " ti 25 J H Dwvre “ 4 85 C K Babcock “ 15 35 R L Walker “ 5 60 James Miller “ 6 00 J K Gardner “ 5 80 A N Allen “ 2 20 T C Kelley Rejected DH.McMurrin •• Ira Bovd •• Mrs CF Elliott W O Bond state vs Cunniguhara etal 5 78 E R Banks “ 3 00 C J Ryan services as commissioner 31 20 S S Graham services as “ 22 20 J W Hupp Stat vs Cunningham et al loon J B Keeves “ 10 00 J M Ritmas “ 10 00 Stephen Vanvlict “ 10 00 After equalizing the Board found it necessary to add and deduct certain precentages in the following precincts which was done as follows: Alliance prect. on land add 20 per ct. Bondville *■ “ 10 “ Beaver “ “ 10 “ Box Elder “ “ 10 “ Coleman “ “ 15 “ Driftwood “deduct 25 “ East Valley “ -‘20 “ Eritsch “ “ 20 “ Indianola “ add 5 “ Lebanon “ “ 40 “ Missouri Ridge “ “ 15 “ North Valley “ “ 10 “ Perry “ “ 40 “ Tyrone “ “20 “ Willow'Grove “deduct20 “ The Board find the total valuation of real and personal property to be one million three hundred and thirty thous and. one hundred and eighty three ($1,330,183.00) dollars. Levy of taxes for 1893, made as follows: County general fund 9 millls County bridge fund 4- county road 2; soldier relief 3-10; Red Willow county bond 1; Indiauola precinct bond 2; North Val ley 5; East valley 5; Willow grove 5; Bartley village 10. School district bond district No. 2 10 mills; no 3 10; no 4 5; No 6, 5; No 7, 5; No 8, 3; No ll,4;Nol2, 6; No 17, 15; No 22, 10; No 23, 4; No 24, 10; No 25, 5; No 27, 10; No 28, 10; No 31 5; No 33, 10; No 39, 10; 42, 5; No 47, 10; No 48, 10; No 49, 10; No 52, 5; No 62, 10; No 65, 10; No 66, 20; No 68, 10; No 70,15 No 72, none, No 75. 10; No 85, 20; Mc Cook city levy 20; Intlianola 10; Bart ley village 10, Board adjourned to meet July 3, 1893 Geo. W. Roper, S. S. Graham, County Clerk. Chairman, WATER TAX. Third Quarter will be due July 1st and Becomes Delinquent July 15th, 1893. C. H. Meeker. Sewing machines at $5.00 per month on the installment plan at Pade & Son’s. We can and will save you money on wall paper. Examine our prices before buying. McConnell & Co. Special Notice to the Public. Any and all parties having photo graphs due them from Mr. or Mrs. f>mart should see Mrs. Smart about 'bn»i immediately, as I shall not be responsible after her departure. P. W. Marcellus. Money to Loan. On farm or city property at four per cent, for five years or 2-and-one-half per cent, for ten years. Principal pay able on installments. I T. Benjamin. We are printing the date to which each subscriber has paid his subscrip tion to The Tribdne along with the address. Watch the date and you will know if you are in arrears. If you are please come and see us. A fine assortment of clusters may be seen at the harness shop of McMillen Bros, on east Dennison street. They are very reasonable in price too. J. H. Ludwick is buying and selling second-hand goods at the old stand on west Dennison street. Give him a call or drop a postal card. We can and will save you money on wali paper. Examine our prices before buying. McConnell & Co. Northeast corner of Main and Denni son you will find the Old Reliable Shoe Store. Office rooms in the Meeker building to rent. Rittenhocse & Boyle. McMillen meets all prices on wall paper. Money to loan on Chattels. Call on S. H. Colvin, McCook. Sir°Grocerie8 at Nobles’. Machine oil of all kinds at Predmore Bros. McMillen meets all prices on wall paper. Ganschow sells those red shoes at a bargain. Knipple makes a specialty of fruits of all kinds. Prices are way down at Ganschow’s. Don’t miss it. Headquarters for shoes and slippers at Ganschnw’s. Get prices on wall paper at McMil len’s drug store. Come and see what bargains I have in shoes and slippers. Ganschow. Seventeen pounds of Granulated Sugar for One (1$) Dollar at Knipple’s. Noble is also strictly in it when it comes to selling fresh vegetables at a reasonable price. Wayson & Penny nan fixyou up com fortably and stylishly in any thing you may desire in the livery line. Noble, the leading grocer, makes a specialty of fresh, clean family grocer ies. He will treat you right. Don’t eat tainted meats. Buy them from Acme Cooler. Ice cold and sweet as in winter at F. S. Wilcox’s. W. M. Irwin has a fine Holstein bull for service at his farm northwest of the city, on reasonable terms. Noble is the only exclusive grocer in the city. His stock is the largest and his prices correspond with the times. We can and will save you money on wall paper. Examine our prices before buying. McConnell & Co. S. M. Cochran & Co. have an im mense stock of farm implements on hand. See them before buying else where.