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About The McCook tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 1886-1936 | View Entire Issue (July 7, 1893)
Land Office at McCook. Neb., i
May 31. im. i
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has tiled notice of his intention
to make fintti homestead proof in support of his
claim, and that, said proof will be made before
Register or Receiver at McCook, Neb., on Sat
urday, July 15. 1893, viz:
ROBERT T. ALLAM,
who made H. E. No. 8942 for tne southeast
quarter of section 3. in township 1, north of
range 30, west of the 6tb P. M. He names the
. following witnesses to prove his continuous
residence upon, and cultivation of, said land,
viz: Edward F. Duffey, Richard M. Wade.
John 11. Wade and Andrew Anderson all of
McCook, Neb. J. P. Lindsay. Regsiter.
Land Office at McCook. Nebraska, t
June 17th. 1893. f
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his intention
to make final five-year proof in support of his
claim, and that said proof will he made before
Register or Receiver at McCook, Nebraska,
on Saturday. July 29th. 1893. viz:
who made ft. E. No. 9550 for the southwest
quarter of section 21. In township 5, north of
range 29, west of the tfth P. M. He names t he
following witnesses to prove his continuous
residence upon, and cultivation of said land,
viz: Colbein p. Viland, of McCook, Nebraska:
William E. Ketch, of Box Elder. Nebraska;
Hubert Beach, of Box Elder. Nebraska, and
James Spaulding, of McCook. Nebraska.
J. P. Lindsay, Register.
Chamberiain's Eye & Skin Ointment.
A certain cure for Chronic Sore Eyes, Tetter,
Salt Rheum, Scald Head, Old Chronic Sores,
Fever Sores, Eczema, Itch, Prairie Scratches.
8ore Nipples and Piles. It is cooling and
soothing. Hundreds of eases have been cured
by it after all other treatment had failed. It
is put up in 25 and 50 cent boxes. For sale.by
George M. Chenery. Nov.20-lyear. i
S. II. Clifford, New Castle, Wis., was
troubled with neuralgia and rheumatism,
his stomach was disordered, his liver
was affected to an alarming degree, ap
petite tell away and he was terribly re
duced in flesh and strength. Three
bottles of Electric Hitters cured him.
Edward Shepherd, Harrisburg, 111.,
had a running sore on his leg of eight
year’s standing. Used three bottles of
Electric Bitters and seven boxes of
Bucklen’s Arnica Salve and his leg is
sound and well. John Speaker, Cataw
ba, O., had live large Fever sores on his
leg, doctors said he was incurable. One
bottle Electric Bitters and one box
Bucklen’s Arnica Salve cured him en
tirely. Sold by McMillen.
They err widely who propose to turn
men to the thoughts of a better world
by making them think very meanly oi
During oar epidemic of dysentery, in
the summer of 1870, 1 sold 108 bottles
of Chamberlain’s Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy, and it proved satis
factory in every instance. The remedy
is standard in this community.—Geo.
B. Dunbar, Druggist, Center Point, la.
The epidemic referred t« was by far the
worst thatever occurred in Iowa. Over
forty persons died from it in a town of
only 500 inhabitants; but every case
in which this remedy was usel recov
ered. It was equally successful during
the epidemic of bloody flux in Virginia
in 18S7 and Michigan and southern Illi
nois in 1888. It has been in constant
use over eighteen years, and has proved
itself to be the most successful medi
cine yetdiscoveredfor'bowel complaints.
For sale by McConnell & Co.
When we fall upon a rock, we know
how hard it is. When we are thrown
upon our own resources, we learn how
great they are.
When bilious disorders are the cause
of dysentery or diarrhoea, or when they
accompany those diseases, the system
must be cleansed before the dysentery or
diarrhoea can be permanently cured.
For this purpose always use St. Patrick’s
Pills, and after they have operated,
take Chamberlain’s Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy and a speedy cure
is certain. For sale by McConnell & Co.
HELEN OF TROY.
Was a famous beauty; coming down to
the present time we find a clear com
plexion, as essential to correct beauty.
Haller’s Sarsaparilla and Burdock Com
pound will produce a beautiful clear
skin. For sale by McConnell & Co.
Believe me, the talent of success is
nothing more than doing what you can
do well, and doing well whatever you
Karl’s Clover Root, the new Blood
Purifier, gives freshness and clearness
to the Complexion and cures Constipa
tion. 25 cents, 50 cents and $1. Bold
by A. McMillen. | 26-lyr.
Whatever you win in life you must
conquer by your own efforts, and then
it is yours, a part of yourself.
How would you like to be a kangaroo,
or be able to jump like one, but you’ve
got piles so bad you can't. Use Haller's
Australian Salve and you'll get there.
Sold by McConnell & Co.
It is less dangerous to slip with the
foot than with the tongue. Let this be
A good live paper every Tuesday
and Friday, is what you get in The
Semi-Weekly Journal for one dol
lar. The Tribune and Journal both
one year for $2.50.
A great many people are right in
their hearts and wrong in their heads.
Shiloh's Cure, the Great Cough and
Croup Cure is for sale by us. Pocket
size contains twenty-five doses, only 25
cents. Children love it. A. McMillen,
Everywhere endeavor to be useful,
and everywhere you will be at home.
We sell the Empire letter copying
books. Also best grades of type writ
Dunning by Postal.
There is a very general impression
among merchants and others who are
particularly interested in the subject
that it isa criminal offense under United
States laws to mail a dunning letter
written on a postal card. A person in
this neighborhood says the Ithica News,
wrote to the first, assistant postmaster
general asking for information, and re
ceived a reply giving the decision of
Judge Thayer, December 14th, 1889,
on the wording of a postal card that
was mailable and one that was not.
The mailable one reads: “Please call
and settle account which is long past
due, and for which our collector has
called several times, and oblige.” The
unmailable one reads: “You owre me
one dollar and eighty cents. We have
called several times for same. If not
paid at once we shall place it with law
agency for collection.” The last sen
tence, it is stated, ruled out this com
munication. Postal cards arc not mail
able if they contain language of a threat
ening character, and it is a very serious
threat to average man to tell him that
you are going to sue him. There is no
law, however, to prevent you from put
ting an X on your card to let your debt
or understand that you are really cross
Now Try This.
It will cost you notiiing and will surely
do you good, if you have a cough, cold
or any trouble with throat, chest or
lungs. Dr. King’s New Discovery (or
consumption, coughs and colds is guar
anteed to give relief, or money will be
paid back. Sufferers from la grippe
found it just the thing and under its
use had a speedy and perfect recovery.
Try a sample bottle at our expense aud
learn for yourself just how good a
thing it is. Trial bottle free at Mc
Millen’s drug store. Large bottles 50
cents and $1. »
Courage is that quality of mind which
makes us forget how afraid we are.
Mr. Thomas Batte, editor of the
Graphic, Texarkana, Arkansas, has
found what he believes to be the best
remedy in existence for the flux. His
experience is well worth remembering.
He says: “Last summer I had a very
severe attack of flux. I tried almost
every known remedy, none giving re
lief. Chamberlain’s Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy was recommended
to me. I purchased a bottle and re
ceived almost immediate relief. I con
tinued to use the medicine and was en
tirely cured. 1 take pleasure in recom
mending this remedy to any person suf
fering with such a disease, as in my
opinion it is the best medicine in exist
ence.” 25 and 50 cen bottles for sale
by McConnell & Co.
It is a good rule to be deaf when a
slanderer begins to talk.
In old time it seemed to be thought
that a medicine must be nauseating to
be effective. Now all this is changed.
Ayer’s Sarsaparilla, one of the most
powerful alteratives, is agreeable to
most palates, the flavor being by no
It is wisdom to think, and folly to
sit without thinking.
A soft, fair skin is the result of pure
blood and a healthy liver, to secure
which, Ayer’s Sarsaparilla is the supe
rior medicine. Ladies who rely upon
cosmetics to beautify their complexions,
should make a note of this, bearing in
mind that they can't improve upon
Thinking right will keep us from
What’s the difference between a
good boy and an elephant? Why, good
boys always take Haller’s Sure Cure
Cough Syrup and elephants don’t. For
sale by McConnell & Co.
Keep cool; anger is no argument.
Baldness is either hereditary or caused
by siekuess, mental exhaustion, wearing
tight-fitting hats, and over work and
trouble. Hall’s Hair Ilenewer will pre
37 men wanted at McConnell & Co.’s
drug store next Monday morning, to buy
a bottle of Haller’s Barb Wire Liniment,
it is absolutely guaranteed.
Humphreys’ Specifics Nos. Ten and
sixteen speedily and permanently cure
malaria and bilious fever. Price 25
cents each at all drug stores.
Shiloh’s Vitalizer is what you need
for Dyspepsia, Torpid Liver, Yellow
SkiD or Kidney Trouble. It is guar
anteed to give you satisfaction. Price
75 cents. Sold by A. McMillen
Captain Sweeney, U. S. A., San Di
ego, Cal., says: “Shiloh’s Catarrh Rem
edy is the first medicine I have ever
found that would do me any good.” Price
50 cents. Sold by A. McMillen.
For the information of those
whom it may concern Commander
iu-Chief Weisert of the Grand
Array of the Republic wishes it un
derstood that he never was a gen
eral in the army, never was a gen
eral in the militia, and that his pre
sent position gives him no such
title. His active rank when muster
ed out of the volunteer service on
account of disability from wounds
was sergeant major. As that is
not a convenient title to handle, if
those who address the commander
will either so nominate him or lay
aside all titles, the consideration
will doubtless be appreciated.
Commander Weisert was too <rood
a soldier to masquerade at this
distance from the war with a rank
whose insignia he never wore.
The declaration of a republic in
Greece is in the nature of a sur
prise. The Greeks finally freed
from the Turks by the intervention
of France, England and Russia at
Navarino, have always had a ruler
chosen for them, including the
King who has just abdicated. Now
they will undertake to rule them
selves. Whether or not they are
now prepared for this great respon
sibility can only be revealed by
time, but they are pointed in the
right direction and partake of the
spirit of the age.
Comparing Colorado with Neb
raska, a Denver paper remarks:
“There is no coal in Nebraska.
There is also no iron, lead, copper,
silver or gold, and no oil. Yet the
people of Nebraska think that life
is worth living and they believe
that their state has a great future
before it.” The remark is a timely
one and serves to emphasize the
fact that, after all, agricultural in
dustry is the most prosperous, the
most certain and the most import
ant in the country.
The Chicago Tribune suggests
that “if the complaints published
in the Nebraska papers concerning
the condition of their state building
in Jackson park are well founded
there is need that a strong, healthy
Nebraska zephyr should blow
through the building about once a
day.” Either that or the introduct
ion of a little dash of energy into
the force of officials and employes.
There are enough of them on duty
to keep the building clean at least.
The Kaiser of Germany lias or- j
dered tlie discharged of all roya
servants who voted for S«cialist
candidates for the Reichstag.
Judging from the growth of Social
lism in Germany of late years, he
will soon have to do his house work
himself if he does not want to be
waited on by Socialists.
Socialism has been disastrously
defeated in Germany, the home of
its greatest teachers, the place
where it has always been strongest
and naturally where success was to
be expected. The men whc desire
to be governed by popular opinion
mob rule and all that—are having
a hard time of it, indeed.
The president deems the finan
cial condition of the country to be
such as to warrant the calling of a
special session of congress for
August 7th,instead of waiting until
September as intended. It will be
one of the hottest sessions in his
tory since the rebellion.
In an unguarded moment Col,
Merwin of the Beaver City Tribune
lapsed into poetry; and The
Tribune understands that he is
now the bright and particular ob
ject sought by a local vigilance
committee. Death loves a shining
mark, it ss said.
At a meeting of the local reunion
committee and the staff officers of the
southwestern Nebraska Grand Army of
the Republic association held at Curtis
lastThurday, on account of the impend
ing hard times, consequent on the
stringency of the money market, it was
determined not to hold a reunion at
Curtis this year.
The Citizens Bank of McCook.
Incorporated under State Laws.
Paid Up Capital, $50,000
General Banking Business.
Collections made en all accessible points. Drafts draws
directly on principal cities in Europe, Saxes
paid for Don-residents.
Tickets For Sale to and from Europe
V. FRANKLIN, President JOHN R. CLARK, Vice Prea.
A. 0. EBERT, Cashier.
The First National Bank, Lincoln Nebrska.
The Chemical National Bank, New York City
Tfie Hrst jVatioiia) ©ante.
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS
\ & .
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS.
GEORGE HOCK NELL, President. B. M. FREES, Vice President. W. F. LAWSON, Cashier
4 A. CAMPBELL. FRANK HARRIS.
A. .1. KITTEN HOUSE. C. H. HOYI.l.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
— . _- : -it '
J. E. KELLEY.
ATTORNEY AT S AW.
AGENT LINCOLN LAND 00
MCCOOK, - - NfiLLASKA.
Office: In rear of First Nminnal , nlc.
HUGH TV. COLE. Lawyer.
^'“Will practice in a.lc< ijits. Coiwinercia
and corporation law a specially '!«»ney to
loan. Rooms 4 and 5 old First Nni ional bid'**
K. B. DAVIS. W. V. GAGK
—DAVIS A- GAGE,—
Mcoot)K. N F.ft H A - K A.
J3^”Okfick Hours: 9 to 11. a. m., 2 to 5 ana
7 to 9, p. m Rooms over P;rst National bunk
R. A. COLE,
MERCHANT - TAILOR
has a hue stock of Cloths. Bind
ings, and other trimmings always
Now is the time. ^
This is the place.... ^
TO CET BARGAINS.
We Have Added Clothing....
And Sell Boys’ and ens’.... * *
SUITS AT FROM $1.50 TO $18.
Large Line of. *
HATS AND CAPS.
Buy a Hat of Us and.
We Will Give You a. *
Rockford No. 101 Hose 85c per Dozen.
Iii 10 doz. lots and upwards 72c per doz.
.Coates Thread 50c per dozen.
22 LBS. N.O. SUGAR $1.00.
GROCERIES, DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, ETC.
As Low as any House in the City.
J. WILCOX & SON.
GEO. J. BURGESS,
Brought to this County.
Yard West of First National Bank, • McCOOK, NEB.
CHASE CO. LAND & LIVE STOCK CO
Korsea branded on left hip or >eft abonldeA
P. O. aadrtEB, Impenai,
Cbaee County, and Beat
rice. Neb. Range, St'olfr
Ing Water and French*
man creeks, Chase Ce*
Brand as cut on tide of
some animals, cnhlp zaA
Bjdea of soma, or
DO YOU KEEP IT IM THE HOUSE ?
Will Cure Cramps, Colic, Cholera^
SVSorbus and all Bowel Complaints.
PRICE, 25c., 5C3„ asd 61.00 A BOTTLE.
•rhere on the anlmiL
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| Subjects need fear or I-^cc- ; .. Ting ot
Terror4*, for t.y a o:--st, w< mje-:- very ii
medicine, cancer on any part ti *. ;• < an t a
permanently cured without !.•< u»e cf
MRS ID. Cr,r BT, 1 '
i jays “ Was cured of career • ••» .... -ri
I we«‘ksbyy- urmeth-td of trean.1.1 i. ' s*nd for
treiUAsO. Dr. It. C. Dale, ^ > >;ll St., Chicago.
i "wt (?►*'« Bellerilie, Kaa-J
^SW “When I btfn vonr
1 _ treatment 3 moc. asr • I was to Xr\
exhausted by ailments that I coaid not
doanvwork. The accompanyinp fig
ures show the result of 3 months’ treat
! raeut. I now fee! like anew being. Iiisj
and nains are all gone. My friends are.
Bet or*. Alter, uom.
Weight 245 its 195 lb: '.1 It*
Bast..... 48 in. 31 In. Ilia.
Waist... 49 ;n. 29 in. 11 tn.
HJp* .... I" m- 48 fa. 9 Ml
I surprised. Will cheerfully reply to inquiries
PATIENTS TREATED Jm MAIL. CONFIDENTIAL.
Harmlau. So ^ni«g. « ceua m i'jbi, for p^talin
OR- 0. W. F. SMOER. STICKERS HEATER. MIC 160. lit
THE KANSAS CITY
For the treatment cf all Chronic x«l
Surgical Disease* and Dfseases of the
Ere and Ear. The otycct cf chi* Satuta
ri’um is to furnish board, rooms v*4
medical attention to those suSering wish
Deformities, Diseases of Women. f>ia
STEEL WEB PICKET FENCE FOB YARDS AND LAWNS.
18 to 60 inches high; Pickets 2M and cables 6H Inches apart. These pickets are made of s
plurality of wires, making them stronger, tougher and will stand more rough usage than an}
picket made of a single wire five times its weight. Our STEEL WIRE FENCE BOARC
4H Inches wide has no equal for a barbless field fence. Sold by hardware and implement
dealers. Write for circulars.
eases or tne urinary ana bexuai organs, uiseaaes or tne jserTows
System. Lung and Throat Disease*. Piles. Cancers. Tumors. Bsc.,
Etc. Surgical Operations performed with skill. Books free to
Men amd Women. For further information call on or address
DR. C. M. COE, Kansas City, Mo.
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