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c THIRTEENTH YEAR , McCOUKRED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY EVENING , JAN. 1t , } 895. NUMBER 34 ,
Mrs. E. C. Ballew Entertains.
A most 'captivating hen party wr
given by Mrs. E. C. Ballew , at her horn
on Tuesday evening of this week.
Dainty and delicious refreshments wen
served in very pretty style at six o'c1oc1
f The table decorations were all in pint
. } with a ravishing bouquet of pink L i
France roses in the center.
Conundrums and other games and d
i versions amused the large company.
prize was given the best guesser , an
i Mrs , A , S. Campbell secured the bask
of lovely cut flowers-roses , lilies of tli
valley , smilax , etc.
The list of guests is as follows :
Mesdames-A , S. Campbell , C. E.Popc
W. S. Morlan , F. M. Kimmell , L. Da }
V. H. Solliday , S. L , Moench , Z. L. Kay
C. F. Babcock , S. E. Taylor , S. L. Greer
Wm. C , LaTourette , Orville S. Burnett
Frank Kendlen , Jacob Burnett , Georg
E. Johnston , J. F. Kenyon , A.Campbel'
S. B. Strasser , C. H ; Meeker , J.W. Hupl
C. T , Brewer , L'Roy Allen , F. S.Wilcos
S. Patten , H , H. Troth , A.G Bornemar.
B. F. Troxel , H. P. SUttoiiWiII L.Yette
i I Mesdames C. M. Noble and W.F.Larr
son were the clever assistants of tli
hostess in her delightful affair.
Organize for Protection.
McCook , Neb. , Jan , 5th 1 , 1895.
A meeting was held in McCook , thi
day , consisting of the patrons and own
ers of water rights on what is known a
I she Meeker ditch , Red Willow county
Nebraska , for the purpose of organizin
an association for mutual protection am
t to assist in securing legislation favorabl
l to all interested in irrigation in our state
As practical irrigators , and knowing ou
wants and the need of a law to protec
an(1 secure our rights , and to make us
of the opportunities that nature lia
placed at our door , we wish to aid ii
every way possible by giving all inform
ation we can on the subject , and doin
all in our power , ask our representative
in the present legislature to assist us i ,
our earnest endeavors to accomplish th
end. The following officers were elected
H , H , Pickens , President.
M. C. Maxwell , Vice President.
Fred W. Carruth , Secretary.
I On motion the secretary was instructe
to prepare a memorial and secure signa
I tures to the same , of all persons interes
red , to be presented to our represents
lives and senator from this district. Oi
g notion meeting adjourned to meet a
' the call of the president. Signed :
H. H. PICKENS , President.
l FRED W , CARRUTH , Secretary.
Their Annual Meeting.
The Congregational brethren and nieni
1. 1 hers of the congregation held their an
nual meeting in the church , on Monda ;
ti evening , to cast up the accounts of th
t year just closed. The business of th
evening was interspersed with singing
i t I and devotional exercises.
Various reports were read and approv
i ed from the officers of the church , th .
I Christian Endeavor Society , Sunda :
school , and Dorcas society , showing th
I - spiritual and temporal condition of then
'I s all to be satisfactory and promising , am
i ( an active , hopeful spirit permeating al
i f branches and departments of the churcl
1 work. The increase in church member
1 I ship has been considerable during th e
i yearwhile the Sunday school enrollmen
has about doubled. The Endeavor wort
is progressing nicely. The accomplish
I ments of the Dorcas society have been
gratifying. Generally speaking then
i was much of encouragement found t (
exist in all departments of church life.
At the conclusion of the meeting , the
parlors of the church were thrown oper
and all present enjoyed the bounty pro
i vided and served by Mr. and Mr. W. F
I Lawson and Mr. and Mrs.T.B.Campbell
I A District : Meet of Pythians.
Instructions have been received fron
Grand Chancellor Commander L. W
i Shuman of Aurora that a district meet
lug of Knights of Pythias will be held ii
McCook on January 31st. The lodge
neluded in the order for this distric
I meeting are : McCook , Arapahoe , Max
Culbertson , Oxford , Bearer City , Alma
The probabilities are that there will bi
mood sized delegations present on t1ii
' i occasion from the Pythian lodges of eacl
oEtbe above named points , and a roya
) - time may be expected.
, A nice variety of ink and pencil tab
lets at this office.
Brewer has a large supply of pigs
. Nothing finer.
feet in market.
i Joseph E. Harrison was on Wednesday
nominated for postmaster at
Snowflake flour at 75 cents a sack
r , I In 500 pound lots , $ r.4o per hundred , a
I nipple's. '
Waldo has finished e :
district school in the country
I and Monday re-entered the high school
Dr. Price's Medal end Dtptan , .
World's Pair Hlgdieat
The Odd Fellows will give a ball an
supper on the 25th.
FOUND.-A sure cure for coughs :
Remember the Pound party at tli
Temple , tomorrow evening.
. 'First-class pork tenderloins r
Brewer's meat market. Try them ,
LosT.-A corn , after using 3 Day Con
Cure , prepared by McConnell & Co ,
Best Fancy Patent flour at $ t.oo pc
sack , $1.95 per hundred , at Knipple's.
( , Sausage of all kinds , fresh an
properly seasoned , at Brewer's market
We believe in an aristocracy of th
soul , heart and mind. Not in boodle o
Snowflake flour at 75 cents a sack
In 500 pound lots , $1.40 per hundred , a
Won't some one kindly take Colonc
Bishop in out of the rain before he get
Tickets for the minstrel show are o ,
sale at McConnell's drug store. Go earl
before the desirable seats are all taken
The King's Daughters distribute ail
on Weduesdays and Saturdays of eacl
week. From 2 to 6 on Wednesdays am
all clay on Saturdays.
Man is an ungrateful wretch. H
spends the early part of his life in fea
of death , and his declining days in re
grcts that he did not die early.
Those superb colored posters announc
ing the minstrel show are , of course
from THE TRIBUNE yob room. The ;
would reflect credit upon any city jol
C. T , Brewer is actively pushing th
packing business just now. He slaught
ered twenty-one porkers , Tuesday. Am
it wasn't a very big day , either. Pork i
likely to be pork , next summer.
One of the unfortunate results of turn
ing stock loose on the prairie to rusty
may be seen on unprotected trees scat
tered over the prairie. Many of then
have been practically denuded of bark.
A car load or aid coal was distributed
among the needy veterans here and ii
this vicinity , first of the week. We un
derstand that the coal came from Omaha
Eight hundred pounds were given t
each of fifty veterans ,
Dr. J. A.Gunn of McCook is the inven
tor of a pump which promises to sole
the problem of lifting water from well
for irrigating purposes. A model is being
constructed at the Paxton & Vierling
iron works in Omaha , and letters paten
will be taken out upon the invention.-
An ounce of substance outweighs
pound of sentiment. In other words I
good juicy ham and a sack of flour gee
further with the needy than a volume o
good advice on how to get through the
winter. ( Hams and flour intended fo :
this office may be thrown through the
transom if the door is locked. )
The twin infant daughters of Jame :
Robinson of Valley Grange precinct wen
adopted by J. I. Grundy of the South
Side , Monday. Both the motherless
little one have been ill with severe cold ;
and on Wednesday morning one of then
followed the mother into the spirit land.
The remaining child is quite ill yet.
The fight for the location of the state
fair is on with unusual intenseness o
interest and feeling. Omaha , Lincoln
Grand Island and Hastings are in the
fight and every effort is being put fort }
by the first two cities at least. Then
seems to be a reasonable prospect tha'
Grand Island may be a compromise loca
tion. Lincoln suits us in the south-Platte
country to a gnat's heel.
"The School Maam" was the title o
the play rendered by the young people o
Spring Creek , last Friday evening.
large number of people turned out ti
witness the performance and were highly
pleased with the entertainment. Thi
intervals between acts were taken ui
with organ solos and vocal numbers
Eleven characters -were represented b ;
the following young people : Misse
Eunice Brown , Mary Shepherd , Edm
Whitmer , Nora Church , Messrs , Arthu
Church , Fred Brown , Almon Church
Edward Shepherd , Willie Peterson ani
Virgil Shepherd. The affair was such i
decided success that the young people
have been requested to repeat it. The
next appearance will be in the soh
church , Saturday evening. The pro
ceeds are for the benefit of the shhoo
A Delightful Card Party.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Kenyon and M
and Mrs , Frank Kendlen entertained
large company of friends , last evening
at the residence of the former , in a vei
charming and felicitous fashion , at card
The artistic celluloid arrows piercin
hearts given the guests indicated t1
game and the original partners. Car
playing was continued until a late hou
when refreshments were served in eb
gant style , with glittering silver , exqu
site napery and other accessories of
There were three candidates for tl
principal prize : Mrs. W. S. Morlan , Mr. .
J. E , Kelley and Mr. C. T. Brewer ; bi
the former was successful in drawi 1
Mr. C. M. Noble had no competition fc
the booby prize. He won it hands down
The guests present were : Messrs. an
Mesdames J. E. Kelley , J. W. Hupp , I
11i , Kimmell , A , S. Campbell , W. C. Li
Tourette , S. B. Strasser , J , F. Forbes ,
if. Noble , George E. Johnston , Jaco
Burnett , C. L. DeGroff , Z. L. Kay , J ,
Cordeal , 0. M. Knipple , E. C. Bailey
C. T , Brewer ; Mesdames W. S. Morlar
and Anna Colfer and Mrs. Stevens (
It was throughout one of the most et
joyable and successful social events c
the season , which has so far been unu :
ually gay ,
Tire relation which price bears t
quality in literature is made obscure b
the Christmas Cosmopolitan. Stories b
Rudyard Kipling , 1Vur. Dean Howell :
Mrs. Spencer Trask , Mrs. Burton IIarri
son , and Albion W. Tourgee , are intei
spersed with poetry by Sir Edwin Ar
hold , Edmund Clarence Stedman , an
James Whitcomb Riley , while throug' '
the number are scattered illustrations b
such famous artists as RemingtouTochc
Reinhart , Turner , VanSchaick , Gibson
and Stevens. A series of portraits c
beautiful women of society illustrate a
article on "The Relations of Photograph
to Art ; " a travel article by Napoleo
Ney , grand sou of the famous Fiel
Marshal ; one of the series of great pa :
sions of history , to which Froude an
Gosse have already contributed , and
half a dozen others equally interesting ;
go to make up the attractions of th
number , The Cosmopolitan people sa y
"We might charge' you more for ( hi
number , but , in all frankness , could w
give you better material , better illustra
ted , if we charged you a dollar a copy. '
Two Slight Blazes.
Sunday morning , while E. L. Laycoc :
was warming some oil on agasolinestov
for the purpose of oiling the floor of hi
store , the turpentine in some old oil tha
had been poured into the mixture too ;
fire , the flames quickly running up th
shelving and for a brief while threaten
big to do considerable damage. A
alarm was promptly turned in , but th
fire was fortunately extinguished withou
the use of water , consequently the dam
age was but nominal to stock or store
The gasoline stove and Mr. Laycock'
nervous system were , however , rudel ;
jarred by the exciting incident.
Early on Wednesday morning anothe
fire alarm was sounded. The cause wa
the burning of the engine house at J. A
Snyder's farm , about one mile north o
the city. The fire was started by spark
from the engine , which is used now ii
pumping water from a well for irrigating
purposes. The engine was badly dam
aged , the loss being about $200 , includ
ing the house. There was no insurance
Name the Man.
It has been stated at this office tha
there is a man in this county , owning ai
unencumbered half section of land am
possessing a bank account of$5oo.oowh
is keeping this alleged facts secret ii
order that he may receive aid. Will sour
one name the man , in order that lie ma ;
be properly and thoroughly exposed , 0
any other case that can be absolutel ;
authenticated. We hear reports of man ;
of such cases. But will some one kindl
g eve us the proof in one instance only
Name the man. We will do the rest
Help the Poor.
The ladies of the Charitable Aid Sodi
ety of St. Patrick's church , McCook
Neb. , will hold a Pound party in th
Workmen's temple , on Saturday evening
January 12(11 , to aid the deserving pee
of Red Willow and neighboring counties
Every citizen charitably inclined f
respectfully invited to lend a helpin
grand in the good work of charity , am
assist a worthy cause. Respectfully ,
LADIES AID COMMITTEE.
Here's Your Pork ,
C. T , Brewer has his packing house i
operation now and his meat market prc
sents an unequalled opportunity for th
purchase of pork tenderloins , spare rib :
hogs' heads , lean backs , pigs' feet an
sausage at very low prices.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powde
World's Fair Night Award ,
PEOPLE YOU KNOW.
JoHN CoRDEAL visited his s i s t e
Maude in Denver , Sunday.
EDITOR MtTCIIELL and wife were cit
visitors , Tuesday evening.
PROF. C. A. YONT is up from Lincol
on a visit to McCook friends.
W. F. EVER1ST was over from Dar
bury , yesterday , on stock business.
SIIRRIPr BANKS was at headquarters
yesterday , on business of his office ,
MRS. ELMER RowgrL and baby at
visiting her parents up in Dundy county
RECEIVER GIBBoNS was called out t
Billings , Montana , first of the week , b
the death of a brother.
R. 0. PHILLIPS was up from Lincoln
Wednesday , looking after the Lincol
Land Co.'s interests here.
MRS. JOHN WHITTAKER arrived horn
from her trip to Michigan relatives an
friends , close of last week.
J. B. BALLARD , the dentist , yesterda
moved into the residence vacated by fl
E. Bqmgardner , recently.
MR. AND MRS. H. L. KENNEDY at
rived home , last Thursday night , fron
their absence over the holidays.
JUDGE J. S. LEHEw is quite serious }
ill with a complication of ailments , am
is confined to bed and suffering grea
pain continuously ,
GEORGE LEHEw will retire from tin
clerkship in tine land office , first of nex
month , and one of Receiver Gibbon'
daughters , we understand , will assum
MR. AND MRS. U. J. WARREN wen
down to Davenport on No. 4 , Monda :
night. Mrs. Warren will also visit he
brother John Rowell in Hastings during
her absence ,
- MRS. MARY NORVAL of London Mills
Illinois , and Miss Rosa Grocie Ames o
Brookston , Texas , mother and cousin o
W. 0 , Norval , and Mrs. Rebecca. Cox o
Seward , Nebraska , mother of L , W , Cox
arrived in the city , Tuesday night , am
will be the guests of those two gentlemei
during their sojourn in our city. Mis
Stella Norval will accompany the part ;
to Illinois , on their return , to visit rela
tires and friends there for a number o
AT THE CHURCHES.
Revival meetings are again in progres
at the M. E , church , with a marked de
gree of interest. Many are turning fron
a life of sin to walk with Christ.
The ladies of the Baptist church wil
give a Tune social at tine residence of J
E. Robinson , 206 Melvin street , Mondaj
evening , January 14th. Admission , in
eluding supper , to cents. Cordial invi
tation extended the public.
Regular services at the Congregationa
church , next Sunday morning and even
ing. Morning topic , "No Other Way , '
Evening topic , "Crowns. " Endeavo :
society meets at 6:45 p.m. Topic , "Sou
Hunger and Soul Food. " Leader , Grace
At the Methodist church on next Sun
day services as follows : Preaching at r :
o'clock in the morning , subject "Trun
Wisdom , " Evening services at 7:3o
Subject , "The Holy Spirit as an Enlight
ener. " Sabbath school at 1ooo. Junco.
League at 3 p. m , Epworth League a
6.30 p , m.
Regular services in the Temple ball
morning and evening , by Pastor Mc
Bride. Bible school at 3 p. m. , and the
Boys' Brigade at 4 o'clock. A most cor
dial invitation is extended all to atteni
the Bible school ; the attendance was si
large on last Sunday that seats were at
premium. There will be seats for al
Silver and Gold.
Something everybody wants , some
thing all can get by securing a copy o
Vick's Floral Guide for 1895 , a work o
art , printed in 17 different tinted inks
with beautiful colored plates. Full list
with description and prices , of every
thing one could wish for vegetable , frui
or flower garden. Many pages of nev
novelties , encased in a chaste cover o
silver and gold.
Unusual and astonishing offers , sucl
as Sweet Peas for 40 cents a pound , $301
for a name for a New Double Sweet Pea
etc. If at all interested in seeds or plant
send Io cents at once for a copy of Vick' ;
Floral Guide , which amount will be de
ducted from first order , to James Vick' ;
Sons , Rochester , New York , and lean
the many bargains this firm is offering
White Pine Cough Syrup , by McMillen
Everybody needsit-McConnell's Fra
Good writing paper ten cents a quir
at this office.
f'Hogs' heads at Brewer's old reli
able meat market. They are fine.
Consult Holmes Bros the carpenters
Everybody needs it-McConnell's Fra
FOUND.-A sure cure for coughs.-
Try McMillen's Damask Rose Lotioi
for face and hands.
1Life isn't worth living without i
taste of those spare ribs at Brewer's.
Justin A , Wilcox is an interesting star
gazer , if not a reliable astronomer.
LosT.-A corn , after using 3 Day Con
Cure , prepared by McConnell & Co ,
Best Fancy Patent flour at $ r.oo pe
sack , $ i,95 per hundred , at Knipple's.
Snowflake flour at 75 cents a sack
In 500 pound lots , $1.40 per hundred , a
The Eastern Star people had their us
cal banquet , Wednesday evening , auc
customary good time.
Remember the minstrel show on tht
17th. It will be one of the best show :
ever given in the city.
Plain and fancy queensware for every
body at Noble's. See his assortment ; i1
is unequaled in the valley.
Abstracts of title will be furnished
promptly and accurate by
C. T. BEGGS.
Instances of suspended animation are
becoming quite numerous in the newspaper -
paper world. Let the good work go on.
The result will be highly beneficial tc
the people ultimately.
Music for the Hard Times ball projec
ted by the McCook Odd Fellows for the
25(11 tivill be furnished by Sutton's orchestra -
estra , The King's Daughters are figuring ;
on giving the supper on tine occasion.
Noble's stock of queensware is ad.
witted to be the finest in the Republicar
valley , and then , too , the prices are sc
reasonable that you just can't resist buy
ing when you see the display and learn
A number of McCook's Russian popu
lation , it is claimed , went down to Lin
coin , during the holidays , and took the
oath of allegiance to the new Czar , Nich
olar II. They ought to leave ( Iris country
next. America hasn't any use for them ,
Brown Barr succeeded in getting 1115
fractured arm replaced , Wednesday. Dr ,
Gage of McCook did the work. . , , Gee ,
Hocknell , president of the First National -
tional Bank of McCook , sold thirty-six
quarter sections of Dundy county soil to
the McCook Loan and Trust Company ,
last Saturday. Consideration $30,000-
Mrs. J. A. Ranney's music class gave an
interesting and creditable recital at the
home of Mrs. Anna Colfer , Wednesday
evening , Quite a number of the parents
and friends of the pupils were present
and were very highly gratified with the
entertainment. These pleasant and inspiring -
spiring little episodes will be repeated
monthly , occuring each time at the
home of some member of the class.
McCooK , NEB , , Dec. Io , t894.
L. W. McConnell & Co. , City ,
Gentlemeu-I have had a cough for
about i6 years , and have tried all of the
popular remedies without being bene.
fitted. I used one bottle of McConnell's
Balsam and my cough is gone. I therefore -
fore cheerfully testify to its merits.
Yours truly ,
LITTLE ANNIIi ROONii ( .
411 Main Avenue ,
The new instruments for the Nebraska
Brigade Band , U. R , K. P. , of our city ,
were ordered by telegraph , last Friday
evening. The Brigade band will have
as fine instruments as any band in the
state , when they receive those ordered.
They will cost iii the neighborhood of
twelve hundred dollars. Being of the
same make , uniform in appearance and
tone , the boys will be able to produce
better music than ever , besides presenting -
ing an improved appearance.
The state relief commission is an organization -
ganization created by the governor. Its
object is to receive and distribute among
the agriculturalists of the state by reason
of the loss of crops by drouth. The
commission has the co-operation o1
transportation companies and free billing -
ing food , clothing , fuel and provisions ,
with distributing agents centrally located -
ed in tine various precincts where suffering -
ing exists , who have complete lists ol
destitute people. Contributions frotr
the charitably disposed will be as evenly
distributed as circumstances will permit
All communications should be addressee
to Luther P. sudden , General Manager
Lincoln , Nebraska.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powdel
Awankd Gold Medal Mldwiata Fak , Sao Fend c .
You Must Work.
Remember , my son , says Burdette ,
you must work. Whether you handle a
pick or a pen , wheelbarrow or a set of
books , digging ditches or editing a paper -
per , ringing au auction bell or writing
funny things , you must work. If you
will look around you will see the men
wlio are the most able to live the rest of
their days without work are the men
who worked the Hardest. Don't be
afraid of klling yourself with overwork ;
it is beyond your power to do that on
the sunny side of thirty. They die sometimes -
times but it's because they quit work at
6 p , In , and don't get Iconic until 2 a. m.
It's the interval that kills , my sun. The
work gives you am appetite for your
meals , it lends solidity to your slumbers ,
it gives you a perfect and grateful appreciation -
preciation of a holiday. There are
young men who do not work , but the
world is not proud of thein. It does riot
know their names even ; it sometimes
speaks of them as old so an(1-so's boys.
Nobody likes them ; the great big world
does not know that they are there. So
find out what to be and do take off your
coat and make a dust in the world. The
busier you are the less harm you will be
apt to get into , the sweeter will be your
sleep , the brighter arul happier will be
your holidays and the better satisfied
the world will be with you.
The members of the McCook Gun club
indulged in a shoot , Tuesday afternoon ,
at 25 live birds.3o-yard rise and so-yard
boundary. The entrance fee was $7,50.
The comparatively low average of birds
killed is eaplained by the fact ( hat the
high wind which prevailed ( luring the
shoot carried ninny hit birds outside the
boundary line. About half the birds
shown in the score as missed died outside
the line. The score was as follows :
Curtis. . . . OII000202II2002o2II0o0Io0-I2
Edwards. . , III20000II000002202001t10-I2
Bump. , . . .02Io0I2oI I2IOIOI I I I I20oo2-I6
Sutton . . . .ox0II2I2I2220rI020I01ioo0-I6
Holliday . .22202200020I02Ioioroto00o-I2 r
Bump and Sutton divided first money. .
LaTourette took second money. Moore
AT THE C. 0. D. STORE.
20 1 Granulated Sugar. . . . . . . . . . . , $1oo _ . .
I ' i Excellent Coffee. . . . . . . . . . . . . .2o r' '
Uncolored Tea. . , .
r n Good Japan .z5 e
I ' 1 Extra Good Uncolored J , Tea .35
I 'jI ; Best Uncolored Japan Tea. , , . ,45 ,
3 Cans Blue Valley SugarCor.25
6 Cans of Best California Canned
Fruit ( assorted ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . roe
Mustard Sardines per can. . . . . . . . I0
Oil Sardines per can . . . . . . . . . . . . .o5
3 ? California French Prunes. . . . .25 I
4 Soda or Oyster Crackers , . . . . . ,25
3 - Ginger Snaps. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25
AT THE C. 0. D. SToRE.
She Had Her Suspicions.
Mary iii. Seely and Jason Hodges of
Provincetown , Cape Cod , were engaged
to be married for forty-three years. The
engagement was broken , last Thursday ,
says the New York Sun , because Jason
pulled a corkscrew out of his pocket
along with his handkerchief. Miss Seeley
says she is glad the discovery was made ,
because she had had her suspicions for
To My Friends and Patrons.
Having sold my business together with
my good will to Dr. J. B. Ballard , I take
this method of thanking you for the liberal -
eral patronage you have given me in the
past ten years that I have practiced in
McCook , and for the many courtesies I
have received at your hands.
A. J. TrrostAs.
The adjourned annual meeting of the
Red Willow County Agricultural Society
will be held at the court house , in In-
dianola , Saturday afternoon , January x ;
1895 , at one o'clock , to complete the
business of the annual meeting ,
J , H. BERGE , Secretary.
The Value of a Hyphen.
I recall an advertisement which actually -
ally appeared , sans hyphen , recently in
a London daily , towit : "Mr. and Mrs ,
Nathan Levi , having cast off clothing of
every description , invite an early rnspec- r
Lion.-N. V. Sun ,
Attention A. 0. U. W.
Pay your A. 0. U. W , dues and assessments -
ments to the financier , C. A. Leach , For
convenience tine books will be kept in
his place of business.
For Sale or Lease.
The butcher shop and tools on West
Dennison street. Inquire of S. M , Cochran -
ran & Co. , or of PERRY SToNF.
I 60 Acres For Safe.
70 acres old ground. 9o acres under
the irrigation ditch. Two miles from
McCook. Terms easy. F. S. WILCOx.
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