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About The McCook tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 1886-1936 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 26, 1897)
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Beantjr of the Creole Women.
"Ab , vou bpo Ih b face , " writes Rntb
McEnory Stuart in an article ou the
Creoles , "A People Who Live Amid Ro-
manro , " in The Ladies' Homo Journal ,
"yon will know that ho the orcolo
husband or father realizes that no
flower upon the lily covered altar is
half so fair or so fit for the temple's
perfect udoruinc ns his blooming wife
and budding daughters , who sit in line
beside him. If he does not think these
firings , he is a dullard or , maybe , only
half Creole. Perhaps his mother was an
American or Scotch. And then ? Per
haps ho would not think thorn because
they might not be true. They would bo
other things , other things just as fine
and good no doubt they might- oven
have rare beauty of a different type
but the creole woman is a flower. She
is a magnolia or a jasmine occasional
ly a camellia , or , especially when
there is a good warm drop of Spanish
blood iu her veins , she is a red , red rose
a rose too sweet to pass untouched
but for her porfoot dignity and a piquant
hauteur that is as proteotivo as any
thorn npon a rose's stem.
"Properly speaking , or , rather , nar
rowly speaking , the creole is au Amer
ican , born of French or Spanish parents
or of both , and strictly both parents
should themselves be foreign born , but
the Creole is often only the great-great-
grandson of a Creole , and some of their
families of purest blood could not reach
the mother country without going back
through three or four American born
Theories of the Jacko'lanterns. .
The scientists have put forward theo
ries to account for the appearance of
the willo'thowisp , or jacko'lantern
lights. One of these is that they are duo
to phosphureted hydrogen gas , which
possesses the peculiar power of sponta
neous ignition on coming in contact with
dry atmospheric air. This gas could be
easily generated by the decomposition
of animal matter in marshy soil , and it
would be especially liable to cause the
appearance of "phantom lights * ' if it
should become mixed with the gas
from decaying roots , etc. Jack-o' - lanterns
terns of this variety generally recede on
being approached , aud travel with
The second theory is that such lights
are due to light carbureted hydrogen
gas , such as might arise from decaying
grass , leaves , etc.
While these theories have been ad
vanced they have never been proved to
be correct ; neither has the moving
away phenomenon when approached or
that of their spontaneous ignition ever
been explained. The chemist aud ex
perimenters in general are unanimous
in the conclusion that jacko'lanterns
cannot be artificially produced. Other
names for this light are friar's lantern ,
grave light and fool's fire. St. Louis
The English Soldier.
Tommy Atkins knows of many ways by
which ho may add to his regulation pay
of a shilling a day. Ho is a shrewd in
dividual , and knows his worth , and fre
quently realizes quite a nice little sum
by "doing a bit outside. "
Smoking concerts in pnblio houses are
of almost daily occurrence in garrison
towns. On these occasions a pianist and
a chairman are indispensable , and the
landlord finds it well worth his while
to induce a soldier to attend , for the
presence of a red coat is usually popular
At theaters and musio halls , too ,
Tommy finds himself appreciated. He
can take a hand in the orchestra , while
a man who can act the soldier to the
life , and will bring his own uniform
with him , will fiud a ready wage await
Many hotel proprietors employ sol
diers as waiters and find that as smart
serving men they are thoroughly appre
ciated. In fact , Tommy Atkins can turn
his hand to anything , even to helping
bootmakers make boots. Pearson's
' Patents In Japan.
No patout is granted to a foreigner
in Japan. No foreign inventor , by ap
plying through a Japanese citizen , can
obtain a patent except by fraud. If a
patent were obtained by a false repre
sentation that the Japanese citizen was
the inventor and it was discovered that
he was not , the patent would bo at once
canceled. It is precisely the same with
trademarks and designs there are no
registration and no protection. The re
sult is that all goods of foreign produce
and manufacture , of which the label is
worth copying , can be bought all over
Japan of Japanese manufacture , aud
at a quarter of a fractional part of the
cost of the original and peuuino foreign
made article. Kam's Horn.
His Excuse Insufficient.
The witty remarks of Judge Craig
Biddle , if gathered together , would fill
a good sized volume. Here is a good one
gotten off by him recently while sitting
in the quarter sessions court : A German
juryman asked to bo excused from serv
ing on the jury.
"Why ? " asked the judgo.
"Well , your-honor , I don't understand
good English. "
"Oh , yon will do , "replied the judge.
"Yon won't hear much good English
hero anyhow. " Philadelphia Record.
Teacher Tommy , what do you mean ,
you naughty boy ?
Tommy I ain't doin nothin.
Teacher Why , Tommy , yon whis
tled ; I heard you.
Tommy My mother says you should
not believe all you hear. Boston Tran
An impudent youngster came very
near getting his ears boxed the other
night at a wedding party for wishing
the bride "many happy returns of the
The football field is called a gridiron
because of its shape and markings , and
not because the game so often ends in a
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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
. Land Ulliceat McCoolc , Mchraska ,
February 3rd , 1897.
Notice is hereby uiven that the fnllowing-
nrunc.l sett'er ' lias liK-d nutiu. of his intention
to nuike final proof in support of his claim ,
and that s ud pioof will be made tiefore Reg
ister or Receiver at McCook , Nehr.on Satur
day , March 20th. 1897 , vi/ : Anton liraun , who
made 11 K. No. 9549 for the northeast quarter
of section 9. township 5 north , range 30 west ,
6th P. M. lie names the following witnesses
I-1 prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of. said land , viz : Frank II. Andri-
jeski , Joseph Ihirr and Pet < r L. Ziminer of
Zimmer , Nebraska , and Peter Rheinhcimerof
O.ihorn , Nebiaskn. Any person who desires
tt > protest against the allowance of such proof ,
or who knows of any substantial reason , under
the law : ind the regulations of the Interior
Department , whv such proof should not he
allowed , will he given an oppoitunity at the
above mentioneu time and place to cross-ex
amine the witnesses of said claimant , and to
oiler evidence in rebuttal of that submitted by
F .b. 5-Gts. A. S. Campkki.l , Register.
NOTICE FOR l'UHLICATION.
Land Office at McCook , Nebraska , February 25 ,
1S07. Notice is hereby > ; iveii that the following ; ,
named settler has filed notice of his intention to
make final proof in support of his claim , and that
said proof will lie made before Register or Receiver
at McCook , Nebraska , 011 April 3rd , 1897iz : John
\V. Kcrsli.in , II. li. No. 10,000 , for the southwest
quarter of s > iction ? , township 2 north , raiij'e 30
west. f th P. M. He names the following witnesses
to prove his continuous residence upon aud cultiva
tion of , said land , viz : Milton C Maxwell , William
F. K\erist , Andrew Carson and Ida Carson , all of
McCook , Nebraska.
A. S. CAMfiiEi. ! . , Register.
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ami lips. Healing for cuts and sores I11-
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to Health and perfect Manhood in every
sense of the woid.
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a severe case of Piles of 12 years' standing
and I know will cure all in need who will try it'
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Ill III Ui Rheum. Catarrh , Constipation
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Commissioners * Proceedings.
[ OFFICIAL IIY AUTHORITY. ]
McCook , Nebraska , February iQth , lS'97.
Commissioners met pursuant to adjourn
ment. Present , Jas. Carmichael , Stephen
Holies and Jas. A. Robinson , commissioneis ,
Harlow W. Keyes , county attorney and R.A.
Green , county clerk. Minutes of previous
meeting read and approved.
On motion the following appointments were
made to fill vacancies :
J.L.llorton , assessor , Lebanon precinct.
Chas. A. Wasson , justice , Driftwood prec'nt.
Jacob Randel , overseer road district No. 5 ,
Red Willow precinct.
C.W.Beck , member Soldiers Relief com
The following official bonds examined and
on motion approved :
W.S.Fitch , overseer district No. 9 , Diift-
O.L.Kverist. constable , Beaver precinct.
H.I.Peterson , justice , Grant precinct.
Boaid of Soldiers Relief commission con
sisting of Willis Gossard , C.W.Beck and H.
H. Berry appeared before the hoard and made
report oPmoneys received and disbursed by
them from April 6th , 1896 , to January 12th ,
1897 ; report appioved and ordered filed with
Contract of J.C.Oakley with Red Willow
county for maintaining poor house having ex
pired , a new contract was entered into be
tween said parties and same filed with county
It appearing to the board from the affidavit
of C.D.Noble and the evidence , that the as
sessment of said C. D.Noble for personal pro
perty for the year 1890 in the city of McCook ,
was erroneous and should not have been as
sessed , it is hereby ordered and the clerk di
rected to cancel said tax for said year upon
the tax book.
It appearing to the board that an error had
been made by the assessor in the year 1888 in
assessing the personal property of J. M. Boat
man , he was allowed to pay same without in
' 1 he following annual settlement of overseer
of highways was examined nd approved and
clerk was directed to draw certificate on road
distiict in pawnent thereof as follows , to-wit :
J.E.Logue , overseer district No. 30cer-
tificate No. 63 S27.10
Depository bond of Citizens Bank of Mc
Cook examined and approved.
The following claims were audited and al
lowed and on motion clerk was instructed to
draw warrants on road fund , levy of 1890 , in
payment thereof as follows :
Andy Barber , surveying toad No. . . . ? 7.50
Andy Barber , surveying road No. 90. . . 15.00
Eugene Miller , chainman road No. 90. 3.00
Frank Schmoldt , same 3.00
And on county bridge fund , levy of 1S96 , as
C. W. Peters , bridge work $6.75
Ed. Price , same 1.90
Charles Colling , same 6.25
John Reiter , same (2) ( ) 13.25
E.S.Dutcher , hauling lumber 5.00
S.G.Bastian , lumber 4.44
Perry & Bee , same 1 .S3
J.W.Dolan & Co/ , same 94.16
Barnett Lumber Co. , same 40.71
The board having given written notice to
Mrs. Anna Gage , wife of Ex-
Deputy ( J. S. Marshal ,
Columbus , Kan. , says :
gSHftW of TWINS in
BBB utes and with
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TS $ after using only
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4Sm > FRIEND"
DID NOT SUFFER AFTERWARD.
t7 8ent by Express or Mail , on receiptor price.
Sl.OO per bottle. Book "TO MOTHERS"
BBADFIELD BEGDLiTOC CO. , ATLANTA , 01.
SOLD Br ALL DRUGGISTS.
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all newspapers of the county that they would
receive sealed bids foi printing the delinquent
tax list , commissioners' proceedings and legal
notices for the year 1897 , the following bids
were received , viz : The Weekly Courier ; The
After due investigation the board find that
the bid of F. M. Ktmmcll , editor of The Mc
Cook Trihunk , is the lowest and best hid ,
and on motion same was accepted , which hid
is as follows :
McCook , Nebraska , Feb. 10th , 1897 *
To the board of county commissioners : Gen
tlemen : 1 agree to do the printing for the en
suing year at the following rates : Tax list 'A
legal rate ; Proceedings free ; Legal notices in
legal rate. Herewith submit bond.
F. M. Kimmei.1. .
On motion bond of F.M.Kimmell , editor
McCook Tkikunk , was approved.
Board adjourned to meet Feb. 20th , 1897.
Attest : R.A.Grken , County Clerk.
McCook , Nebraska , February 20th , 1897.
Board of county commissioners met pursu
ant to adjournment. Present Jas. Carmichaeh
Stephen Belles , and Jas. A. Robinson , com
missioners , and R. A. Green , county clerk.
Minutes of previous meeting read and ap
Annual settlement of W.A.IIoIbrook.over-
seer road district No. 35 , examined and ap
proved an I cleik directed to issue certificate
on road district No. 35 in payment thereof as
W.A.IIolbrook , overseer district No.
35 , certificate No. 64 523.65
On motion J.E.Logue was appointed over
seer of road district No.30 to fill vacancy.
On motion Harlow W.Keyes , county attor
ney , was ordered to proceed to collect from
city of Indianola P54.00 for board and care of
flattie Englcman who was committed to jail
by S.R.Smith , police judge of said city , and
whose board , lodging and jailor fees were
paid by Red Willow countv.
On motion clerk was directed to draw war
rant m favor of B. & M.R. R. for S203.70 to
be paid out of the first money in the hands of
county treasurer credited t. county general
The following claims were audited and al
lowed , but owing to the fact that the 85 per
cent limit of the 1896 levy is exhausted , and
there being no money on hand in the general
fund , the clerk is hereby directed to draw war
rants on said fund whenever there shall be
money on hand to pay the same and in the
order named :
B. & M.R.R. , taxes refunded 203.70
T.K.Quigley , juror 1&.60 '
Wm.McCallum , same 3.20
M.II.Holmes , same 16.20
Win. Enveaitsame 21.00
Frank Real , same 17.40 j
M.E.Horner , same 16.20 !
A.D.Johnston , same 17.00
W. P. Burns , same 17.80
B.F.OIcott , same 16.10
S.L.Doan , same 2.00
Maurice Reddy , same 20.60
R.J.Predmore , same 2.00
E.B.Lister , same 19.60
W.O.Russell , same 16.20
Joseph Spotts , same 16.20 •
V.J.Gathercole , same 18.40
R.C.catlett , same 20.60
\V.Arbogast , same 21.00
C.B.Hoag , same 18.80
L.W.Cox , same 2.10
John Ervinsame 20.00
Joe Schwarz , same 1S.00
J.W.McKenna , same 16.20
James Boatman , same 16.20
Maurice Griffin , same 16.20
Edward Price , same 20.40
J.S.Brittian , same 16.80
W.A.Gold , talesman 6.00
Thomas crabtree , same 4.00
J.P.Notley , same 8.30
Andrew Carson , same 4.00
S.E.IIager , same 5.40
John Realsame 4.00
A.Hammond , same 4.00
Fred Randel , same 4.20
Lafayette Miller , same 2.00
James Kinghorn , same 2.00
Charles Masters , same . ' . 2.00
Ira J. Miller , same 2.00
R.E. Hatcher , same 2.00
c.If.Meeker , rent court house 50.co
E.J.Mitchell , printing and supplies. . . 62.05
Jennie Hill.nursmg Mrs.lloosier.claim
$7 , allowed 3.00
M .O'Leary , board jurors 35-75
Mrs. Patrick Malen , board Kirchcr
John Q.Smithwitness State vs. Lorenz 3.10
R.II.Neil.witness State vs. Bobemire. 3.30
Wm.Mccallum , mdsc 16.00
Geo.B Morgan & Co. , mdse 5.00'
J.W.Dolan & Co. , mdse (2) ( ) 30.95
R.S.Bakermdse bought and mileage. 3.78
J. R. Neelsheriff , board and care I lat-
tie Engleman 54.00
J.R.Neelsheriff , attendance dist.court 41.25
C.J.Ryandep.sheriff , attendence dist.
W.C.Bullard&Co. , coal 9.60
Win.Smith , printing 1.00
Jos. Menard , mdse 27.50
E.L. Lay cock , shoes furnished in 1S95 S.25
J.C.Oakleyboard paupers 15.71
J.C.Oakley , board paupers , assigned
DeGroff& co 31.46
Barnett Lumber Co. , coal 9.20
J.T. Armstrong , supt. feeble minded ,
care Claude Mcclauskey 14.62
Mccook Electric Light Co. , light dist.
Lincoln Land co. . rent room for dist.
court . ' 22.00
State Journal co..supplies 36.30
Jas.Carmichaelservices as com ' 5-50
Stephen Belles , same 2S.40
Jas.A. Robinson , same 23.40
And on county bridge fund , levy 1S96 , as
Frank Lytle , assigned to Wilcox.bridge
work S 2.50
Jas.carmichael , bridge work 16.So 1
On motion board adjourned to meet March '
16th , 1807. i
Attest : R.A.Grken , county clerk. :
Mr. Ward L. Smith of Frederickstown , Mo ,
was tioubled with chronic diarrhoea for over
thirty years. He had become fully satisfied
that it was only a question of a short time un
til he would have to give up. He had been
treated by some of the best physicians in Eu
rope and America but got no permanent re
lief. One day he picked up a newspaper and
chanced to read an advertisement of Cham
berlain's Colic , Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem
edy. He got a bottle of it , the first dose helped
him and its continued use cured him. For sale
by L. W. McConnell & Co. , Druggists.
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Cures Piles. Scalds , Burns.
Comfort to California.
Every Thursday afternoon , a tourist
sleeping cur for Salt Lake City , San
Francisco and Los Angeles leaves Oma
ha and Lincoln via the Burlington Route.
It is carpeted , upholstered in rattan ,
has spring seats and backs and is pro
vided with curtains , bedding , towels ,
soap. etc. An experienced exclusion
conductor and a unifoimed Pullman porter
ter accompany it through to the Pacific
coast. While neither as expensively fin
ished nor as fine to look at as a palace
sleeper , it is ju-jt as goods to ride in.
Second class tickets are honored and the
price of a berth , wide enough and big
enough for two , is only $5 00.
For a folder giving full particulars ,
call at the nearest B. & M. R. R. ticket
office , or write toj. Francis , Gen'l Pass'r
Agent , Burlington Route. Omaha , Nebr.
For a Mere Song.
A limited number of novels by best
living authors for sale at this office at
five cents a copy. Only a few left.
Wanted-An Idea SSi
Protect your Ideas ; they may bring you wealth.
Write JOHN WEDDEKBUKN & CO. . Patent Attor
neys , Washington , D. C for their Si.WO prize offer
and list of ( wo hundred Inventions wanted.
DeWitt's Little Early Risers ,
The famous tittle pills.
5 FKEE EDUCATION. ; '
An education at Harvard , Yale , or .my other %
college or institution of learning in the United '
J States , or in the New Kngland Conservatory of *
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j Farmer's Sons I
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ggPPractice in all the courts. Collections.
Notary Public. Upstairs m the Spearman
building , McCook , Nebraska.
JOHN E. KELLEY ,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
McCook , Nebraska.
! Sf Agent of Lincoln Land Co. Office
Rear of First National bank.
J. B. BALLARD , .
@ DENTIST. ©
All dental work done at our office is guar
anteed to be first-class. We do all kinds of
Crown. Bridge and Plate Work. Drs. Smith
6 Bellamy , assistants.
ZLlMRS. E. E. UTTER. _ > .m
Piano , Organ , Guitar and Banjo
VOICE TRAINING A SPECIALTY.
S ? Studio Opposite Postoffice.
W. V. CAGE ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
McCook , Nebraska.
CS Office hours 9 to 11 a. m. , 2 to 5 and
7 to 9 p. m. Rooms Over the First National
bank. Night calls answered at the office.
J. A. GUNN.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
McCook , Nebraska.
JS Office OverC. A. Leach's jewelry'store.
Residence 701 Main street. Prompt atten-
; ion given to all calls.
ANDREW CARSON ,
of the . . . .
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