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Kl SIXTEENTH YEAR. McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA. FRIDAY EVENING. JANUARY 2,8 1898. NUMBER 37 .H
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B The Star of Jupiter.
1 McCook's own order was altogether
BVK alive Monday evening. The attendance
H H was good and the session lively , inter-
B H esting and enthusiastic. Nine sojourn-
HflR era on this mundane sphere were in-
Kl ducted into some of the occult mysteries
B _ Bj of the order , and some who had wan-
B | dered off were reinstated.
| c & - broad spirit of sociability was in evi-
| ll dence , and a solo by Nina Doan , a reci-
H tation by Lillie Campbell , and readings
H H by Mrs. S. L. Moench , Wni. Valentine
H H and Frank Colfer provided a programme
fl H of much interest.
H K The society is on the move ; nothing
H H can now stop its onward march. The
H finest and cheapest form of beneficiary
B insurance ever devised and its great so-
fl E C-Ql features make the order a winner.
H H , Every passing day we hear of additions
H R to it ill different parts of the country.
B H * * The lodges of Holbrook and Cam-
H H -"bridge have been invited to meet with
H fl McCook lodge on next Monday evening.
H M A short programme is to be rendered
H. v and light refreshments will be served.
H K A Surprise Visit.
H H B About * twenty of Miss Nina Doan's
H WM , young friends made her a surprise visit ,
B vH Thesday evening , and spent a few hours
H B' in the innocent pastimes dear to every
B B youthful heart. Instrumental music , a
H m recitation by Ethel Barnett and a vocal
B • m solo by Blanche McCarl were pleasing
B fBj features. Refreshments brought by the
B AB | * visitors were served at a convenient pause
B BS in the games , and altogether the evening
BBB will be one pleasant to recall by Miss
BB B Nina and her friends.
BB | B A Pronounced Success.
HI The Klondike social given by the
H M ladies of the Degree of Honor in Mc-
H I Connell's hall , Tuesday evening , was a
1 V pronounced success. The hall was filled
H I and the greatest interest manifested in
H 1 . the search for treasures. While the ma-
H t jority were unfamiliar with mining lore ,
BtM I all evinced a willingness to learn how to
H stake claims and prospect , and the ef-
H v forts were rewarded with some very ac-
fl B ceptable "finds. " Light refreshments
B ft were served and the receipts were very
H eB gratifying to the promoters.
B BBB Were Prize Winners.
_ B $ ? Sunday , Register A. S. Campbell re-
B SBK ceived a coop of five White Cochins
B-mKl which he will enter at the coining exhi-
_ H Y _ _ B * * " bition of the Republican Valley District
B | Bk Poultry association , February 2d and 3d.
_ _ kV tS bis pen took the first prize at the recent
L'B state exhibition at Fremont. They are
KvjB beauties and the register is excusably
Eg proud of them.
B vH = = = = =
H jmfr Got His Leer Pinched.
B flB On Friday of last week , while assisting
B. H his brother-in-law , J. S. McBrayer , in
H . B moving a house , Mose Jennings was
BJ H thrown to the ground by contact with
Bnffl' ' a double-tree and one of the heavy
HBBj rollers passed over his right leg before
Br B ke could be extricated from his position.
Bf S While his injuries are not of a serious
BV H nature , they are nevertheless very pain-
B K ful- = -
B IB Rebecca Lodge.
B , At the meeting on Wednesday evening
VB [ the following officers were elected and
BBf installed in office : Noble Grand , Mrs.
HH William Smith ; Vice Grand , Mrs. Lewis
HHB Casten ; Secretary , Miss Ella Snyder ;
H IB , 'PermanentSecretary , Mrs. Chas. Noble ;
k B < 'V " Treasurer , Mrs. Charles Holmes. Twen-
f B ty-five persons were initiated as charter
B WK1 members of the new lodge.
B K A New Trial.
F vB The supreme court having granted Ed-
B B' ward Lorenz a new trial on the ground
B SB of evidence being insufficient to convict ,
B Bfl and for the further reason that he was
BBB | not properly defended , the young man
HBB Was placed in the old county jail at In-
BB. dianola to await trial , which may occur
Bv K at the next session of district court ,
BM B February 14th.
m BB A Pleasant Evening : .
B BB Miss Mabel Wilcox eutertained a few
B BB friends , Saturday evening last , in her
B B usual pleasing and happy manner , and to
KB the keen enjoyment of all present. The
I BB feature of the evening was an old-fash-
I BB ioned candy pull which , together with
I HB games and music , served to make the
B BB event a joyous one.
B B Entertained at Cards.
Km J jUss Ona Simonds entertained a few
I mVM " friends at cards , Saturday evening of
I ABB last week , to the evident enjoyment of
4 BB H a11 Present- Games were Plflyed pf ° -
W * ; B J gressively with much interest and eu-
B IB thusiasm " , and dainty refreshments fit-
L ; B tingly concluded the pleasurable event.
'C/ ' overall beats the world at
% ' 'C'MM Our 50-cent ;
| SB the BEE Hive. '
B ' McConnell's Balsam cures coughs.
B q * * -r . . .juiifj.TA1 j'j-'n"f ' , " " | f1" " " " ' ' * ' ' r1" r1-1
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MOVEMENTS OF THE PEOPLE.
E. R. Banks of Indianola was a city
visitor , Monday.
Frank Carruth joined the family in
Denver , Saturday night.
REV. T. H. Dry of Bloomington vis
ited in the city , jesterday.
A. Barnett went down to Lincoln ,
Monday evening , on business.
M. AKERS of Indianola had business
in the city , Friday evening last.
Wiil FISHER was down from Wau-
neta , Monday , on a business visit.
W. M. Lewis was down from Benkel-
man visiting the family over Sunday.
Mrs. H. H. Miller went down to.
Hastings , first of the week , on a short
Mrs. F. S. Curry went up to Benkel-
man , Wednesday night , to visit"rela
Miss Edith Oyster has been con
fined to the house by sickness for more
than a week ,
Mrs. C. W. Bronson arrived home ,
last Friday night , from her visit in Illi
nois and Iowa.
Wm. Parrish of Bartley was a visitor
in the valley's finest between trains , Sat
Mrs. John Custer is enjoying a visit
from her father , Mr. Madison , of Blue
Springs this state.
, Luther. Bosh of Bartley was in the
city , Wednesday afternoon , on a busi
J. E. Kelley returnedSaturday even
ing , from a business visit to Grand Island ,
Lincoln and other points east.
Miss Edith Coleman of Coleman
precinct is quite sick at the home of
Mrs. J. E. Kelley in this city.
A. d'Allemand of the Arapahoe Mir
ror was in the city , Tuesday evening , op
his war to Benkleman o ' n business.
Mrs. Mitchell , the aged mother of
E. J. Mitchell , has been suffering from a
severe attack of bronchitis , this week.
Fred W.Carruth is getting ready to
do some thorough farming , next spring.
For instance , that fine span of dark bays.
Jas. McCoy of Frontier count } ' is oc
cupying a ward in the hospital , making
three patients in this institution at pres
D. B. Davis of Fairmont came up on
No. 3 , Sunday night , to take charge of
the mechanical work on The Republi
R. E. Moore came down from Bloomfield -
field , Knox county , this state , last Fri
day night , and will be here about a month
on a visit.
Mr. andMrs. . E. C. BallEw left on
Wednesday morning for Kansas City ,
where they expect to make their home
in the future.
Miss Maud VanSickle of Orleans
was the guest of Miss Mable Perry and
other friends in our citj\ latter part of
last week and first of this.
James Hatfield went up to Denver ,
Tuesday night , to attend the national
convention of stock growers which con
vened there on Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bennett left ,
yesterda } ' morning , for the ranch near
Max , where he will spend a couple of
weeks looking after his interests before
F. M. KimmELL spent Tuesday ,
Wednesday and Thursday of this week
in Lincoln attending the annual session
of the Nebraska Press Association of
which he is president.
Henry ClousE of Bartley transacted
business in the city , last Frida } ' . He has
recently returned from a two years' so
journ in Texas , and it is with a firm de
termination to hereafter dwell in Ne
C. C. Carter , who has been employed
on The Republican , , left , last Saturday
evening , for Holdrege , to take charge of
the mechanical work on The Phelps
Count3T Journal , a new paper soon to be
established there by E. E. Sanders.
Albert McMillen and family drove
up to Trenton on Sunday to visit Mrs.
McMillen's father , Mr. McConuell. On
account of the storm , Mr. McMillen re
turned on No. 4 , Monday night , the
other members of the family remaining
there until the weathar becomes more
favorable for making the drive.
Father Crispen brought Edward
Lorenz from the penitentiary at Lin
coln , last Friday night , leaving the pris
oner at Indianola , where he will remain
until the next session of district court ,
February 14th. Father Crippen spent
Saturday and Sunday here , the guest of
his daughter , Mrs. D. C. Marsh , leaving
for Lincoln on the night train , Sunday.
The city fathers met in regular session
on Monday evening , the full board being
present. The following bills were ex
amined and allowed :
C. G. Coglizer $52 75
Ed. Jordan 60 00
M. A. Spalding 1 50
Lincoln Land Co 400 25
McCook Electric Light Co - . . 85' 00
Mrs. L. H. Garrard 6 00
H. W. Cole ( duplicate ) 7 00
E. C. Ballew 7 5 °
Barnett Lumber Co 19 97
H. H. Troth 18 75
R. M. Osborne 12 50
W. S. Perry . 12 50
J. J. Garrard 12 50
J. S. LeHew 12 50
E. J. Wilcox 18 75
J. S. McBrayer , claim $17.75 ; all'd 3 50
Bill of F. D. Burgess referred back
Semi-annual liquor report of Drug
gists McConnell and McMillen read and
City treasurer's report read and or
Bids for erection of court house read
and considered. Bid of James McAdams
to enclose building for $8,935 00 was ac
Councilman Perry's motion that con
tractor be required to furnish bond , to
be approved by council , in the sum of
$5,000 was passed.
On motion the council adjourned to
Thursday night , the 27th.
COURT HOUSE NEWS.
License to wed was granted William
E. Stoll of Curtis and Miss Izora Joslin
of Bartley on Monday , the 24th. The
ceremony was performed at the home of
the bride's father in Bartley on the fol
On Thursday , license was granted to
Wm. Spencer and Anna Lundy , both of
our city. The judge immediately per
formed the ceremony uniting them in
The following cases have been filed
since our last report :
Lydia S. Perkins vs. Tuttle C. Jones ,
et al. ; equity.
Lorette Groves and Ida Groves vs. Al
fred S. Ford , et al. ; equity.
District court within and for the coun
ty will convene on the 14th day of Feb
ruary , 189S. The following jurors have
been selected and summoned to appear
in the court room in the Phillips-Meeker
block on the second day of the February
term , the 15th : Jacob Steinmetz , W. J.
Porter , J. P. Notley , J. H. Warfield , M.
C. Maxwell , C. H. Harmon , J. M. Starr ,
A. P. Day , W. T. Henton , S. S. Hay
wood , W. A. Minniear , M. A. Spalding ,
Geo. W. Burt , Howe Smith , John Good-
enberger , John Calkins , Lyman Miller ,
David Keithley , M. H. Cole , C. M. Go-
ben , A. E. Crosby , Adolph Schmidt ,
Samuel Premer , George Harbor.
County Attorney Keyes is up from
Indianola , today.
Arthur Johnson of Curtis visited
friends in the city , yesterday.
MRSf F. A. PENNELL is confined to
the house on account of sickness.
Mrs. Henry Kness of our city has
been visiting G. W. Sterling in Lincoln.
Miss Selma Noren came up from
Lincoln , last night , to remain until Sun
Dr. J. A. Gunn returned on No. 3 ,
last night , from a two day's visit at Oma
ha and Red Oak , Iowa.
Chas. O'Brien left , yesterday morn
ing , for Oswego , New York , whither he
is called by the illness of his mother.
Mr. Patrick , who has been visiting
his sister , Mrs. J. A. Gunn for a week
past , left , ' yestesday morning for his
home at Emerson , Iowa.
H. P. Hodgkin and wife of Bartley
spent the closing days of last week with
• Mrs. Hodgkin's parents , Mr. and Mrs. J.
H.Stepbens , on the farm near Box Elder.
Adam Grass and A. C. Teel drove up
from Indianola , yesterday , and remained
over until today. Mr. Grass is represent
ing an insurance company and makes
his headquarters in Hastings , where his
family now resides.
M. Leach came up from Lincoln , Sun
day night , and spent a few days in the
city in the interest of his plans for the
new court house. They are very hand
some and attractive , and the specifica
tions call for a structure of great conven
ience as well. His plans have been on
exhibition in the office of the mayor and
were inspected by the city council at
its meeting on Tuesday night.
We have a nice assortment of glass
ware at the BEE Hive.
CITY CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS.
Catholic Mass at 8 o'clock a. in.
High mass and sermon at 10:30 , a. m. ,
with choir. Sunday school at 2:30 p. m.
All are cordially welcome.
Rev. J. W. HlCKEY , Pastor.
Episcopal Morning service at 11:00. :
Evening service at 7:30. : Sunday school
at 10:00 a. m. Evensong on Thursdays
at 7:30 : p. m. . R A. RUSSELL ,
Missionary in Charge.
Baptist Bible school at 10. Preach
ing at 11. Young peoples' meeting at 7.
Preaching at 8 ; a series of sermons on
the Christ of Prophecy. Prayer-meeting
on Wednesday evening. A welcome to
all. Geo. W. Sheaeor , Pastor.
Methodist Sunday-school at ten.
Preaching at eleven ; subject , A Consecrated
crated Personality. Class at twelve. Jun
ior League at three. Epworth League
at seven. Preaching at eight ; subject ,
Life's Old Question. Revival services
begin on Sunday evening and will con
tinue through the week. Prayer and
song service at 7:30 ; preaching at eight.
My Dear Friends : Let us keep our
selves in harmony with God's spirit that
we may have power with God and man.
A welcome to all.
James A. Badcon , Pastor.
PUBLIC SCHOOL ITEMS.
Miss Florence Merrill was a school
visitor on Monday.
Miss Benjamin entered the Twelfth
grade on Monday.
Clyde Fuhlendorfentered the Eighth
grade on Monday morning.
Many of the pupils are suffering from
severe colds , the attendance being some
what decreased on that account.
G. H. Thomas , assistant high school
principal , was unable to attend to his
duties on Friday of last week , owing to
On Tuesday , owing to inclement weath
er , there was only one session of school ,
the morning one , which was continued
until one o'clock.
Prof. G. H. Thomas left , Tuesday even
ing , for his home in Harvard , this state ,
being unable to peform his duties on ac
count of sickness.
The loan collection of slides has ma
terially increased the attendance at lan
tern class , the Assembly room being
crowded each Friday evening.
Preparations for the great concert to
be given next month are actively pro
gressing , and the best entertainment
ever given by the school is promised' .
Miss Blanche Maxwell , who arrived
here , latter part of last week , from Iowa
and is making her home with her uncle ,
Wm.Irwin , entered the Eighth grade on
At the lantern class , last Friday even
ing , just before the views of Greater-
New York were presented , there ap
peared upon the screen the request ,
"Please remove your hats. " The ladies
good-naturedly complied to the evident
appreciation of all.
LANTERN CLASS TONIGHT
At eight o'clock. A Ramble in Shake-
spear's Country , followed by a reading
from Romeo and Juliet. The pictures
are remarkably attractive views of rural
England , showing the region in which
the master poet grew to manhood and
where he returned to end his days.
Next week , Hawaii and theHawaiiaus ;
a glance at the Sandwich Islands , our
During the month of February I will
be in McCook as follows : Friday , the
4th , and Saturday , the 12th , 19th , and
26th. Any one desiring to see me will
find me at my office in the court house.
Special examination the 12th. I will
hold examination in the school house in
Indianola , Saturday , the 5th.
Lillian Welborn ,
' County Superintendent.
I will pay the above amount for the
return or for information leading to the
recovery of my brown , curly , spaniel
dog , answering to name of "Ben. " Has
a rat-like tail and most of the nails are
gone from right fore foot. Left home
Tuesday , January iSth.
L. W. McConnell.
Dr. J. P. Williams , associated with Dr.
W. L. Dayton of Lincoln , Neb. , will be
in McCook , February 12th , 14th and 15th ,
at the office of Dr. W. V. Gage for the
treatment of diseases of the eye , ear.nose
and throat and the fitting of glasses.
C. F. Babcock has moved his real es
tate office to the Bates building , second
door south of DeGroff & Co. 's.
Have you looked over the new 10-cent
counter at the Bee Hive ?
A Few Crop Reports.
This week , instead of giving our read
ers reports of crops grown by individual
farmers , we present a few neighborhood
reports for which we are indebted to
Joseph Walkington of North Valley pre
cinct , J. P. Kinney of Lebanon precinct ,
and 0. L. Thompson of Gerver precinct ,
each one reporting for nine sections or
Mr. Walkington reports 1,985 acres in
cultivation upon which was grown 4,776
bushels of wheat , 27,400 bushels of com ,
2,000 bushels of oats , 900 bushels of rye
and 53 bushels of barley. At the be
ginning of 1897 there was on hand 294
head of hogs and 58 head of cattle. One
thousand four hundred and eighty-one
dollars worth of hogs were sold and $216
worth of cattle. On January 1,1898 , the
same territory had 555 head of hogs and
71 head of cattle. Winter wheat averaged
aged 24 bushels per acre , spring wheat
16 , oats 35 , rye 15 , and corn about 20.
This is in the northeast corner of the
Mr. Kinney reports 2,340 acres in cul
tivation , 137 acres in native-hay and 267
in alfalfa. There were grown in this
territory 5,050 bushels of wheat , 46,400
bushels of corn , ' 493 bushels of oats ,
1,750 bushels of rye , 250 tons of native
hay and46S tons of alfalfa. Jhiiuary 1 ,
1897 , there were on hand 692 hogs and
82 head of cattle. Hogs to the amount
of $4,497 and $419 worth of cattle were
sold during the year and at the begin
ning of 1898 there were on hand 1,403
head of hogs and 115 head of cattle.
Wheat averaged 13 bushels per acre ,
corn 27 , rye 15 , and oats.
This precinct is in the southeast cor
ner of the county.
Mr. Thompson reports 1,135 acres in
cultivation and the production 4,000
bushels of wheat , 13,080 bushels of corn ,
1,300 bushels of oats , 234 bushels of rye.
Hogs on hand at the beginning of 1897 ,
88 , and 58 head of cattle. The hogs sold
brought $302 and the cattle $400. Win
ter wheat averaged 24 bushels per acre
and corn 20. There are only five houses
in this territory , which is near the south
west corner of the count } * .
Of the 17,000 acres embraced in these
three reports , it- will be seen that less
than 6,000 are in cultivation.
A Novel Exhibition.
S. M. Cochran & Co. 's new store will
be the center of attraction the entire
week from January 31st to February 5th ,
when and where representatives of the
Majestic Manufacturing Co. will conduct
a Grand Cooking Exhibition on their
Great Steel Range Majestic. One of
these new baking wonders will be kept
in constant operation in their store from
nine a. m. to 5 p. m. Daily all week a
handsome table will be set in the store ,
where all callers will be invited to par
take of the articles baked. This prom
ises to be a highly interesting and at
tractive event. They extend an invita
tion to all to call and examine the many
superior merits of the Majestic range and
to partake of a delicious luncheon. Dur
ing the exhibition they will make special
inducements to purchasers.
The fiour used in making the biscuit
will be the "Victor" brand furnished by
H.II. Troth , and the " ' 91 Patent" furn
ished by the McCook mills.
The famous Old Colouy brand of coffee
sold by James McAdams will be served
to all guests. A cup of this cheering
drink of delicious flavor will be one of
the attractions of the event. This coffee
will , after the exhibition , replace all
others in jour affection.
Nebraska Farmers Active.
The farmers of southwestern Nebraska
are preparing to take active steps for
making a showing of their resources at
the exposition which will surprise the
natives. These farmers have an organi
zation known as the Southwestern Ne
braska Farmers' convention , which will
meet at McCook , February 2d and 3d.
Eight counties are represented in this
association and the county commission
ers of all of these counties will attend
this meeting. One of the principal mat
ters which will be discussed will be the
idea of having the board of county com
missioners in each of these counties ap
propriate a suffici it amount to enable
this section of the state to be represented
at the exposition in a manner which
shall show to the world the magnificent
resources of the western part of the state.
The report comes from that section that
the prospect of success in this move
ment is very flattering. Omaha Even
You will find our tin and granite ware
department more complete than ever
and prices still lower. The BEE Hive.
The Tribune and Demorest's Family
Magazine for $1.75 a year , strictly in
For chapped hands or face use Mc
Connell's Benzoated Almond Cream.
MINOR ITEMS OF NEWS. H
McMillen's Cough Cure ; 25c. H
McConnell's Balsam cures coughs. H
Cuticular soap at McMillen's ; 15c. H
We have some bargains in shirts at the H
Bur Hive. H
The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. H
Frank Forbes is very sick. H
Hand lamps at just one-half old time H
prices ; at the Bee Hive. H
ScaleBooks For sale at The Tr ' ir- Ij l
UNE office. Best in the market. 1 _ |
The Trihune and Leslie's Weekly for i l
$3.00 a year , strictly in advance. d _ _ l
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Wanted Ten of the brighest young |
men in the county , at this office. H _ _ H
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The Tribune and The Prairie Farmer ' ' . H
for $1.25 a year , strictly in advance. H
For chapped hands nr face use Mc- f _ _ l
Connell's Benzoated Almond Cream. f l
The Tribune and The Prairie Far- * > f l
mer for $1.25 , strictly cash in advance. I l
For chapped han 'ds or face use Mc- |
Connell's Benzoated Almond Cream. H
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An original pension of $6 a month has H
been granted to V. Franklin of our city. H
Try McMillen's Poultry Powder and H
Egg Producer. Satisfaction guaranteed. * H
The Tribune and The Chicago Inter- " * * H
Ocean for$1.35 a year , strictly in advance. H
Try McMillen's Poultry Powder and H
Egg Producer. Satisfaction guaranteed. |
Letters advertised January 23d : Mrs. H
E. Meyer , Miss Bessie Muraine , Mr. O. L. H
Pot > ue. i H
Be in the swim. Buy one of those ' H
wonderful Vive Cameras from H. P. * H
Sutton. * |
B. F. Bradbury has been appointed j fl
postmaster at Lebanon vice Ilibard E. < ' _ _ _ _ l
Waugh. 4$7 $ |
The Tribune wants a correspondent ! r J _ i
in Bondville precinct. Let us hear from ) |
some one. H
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TiiE Tribune and The Cincinnati |
Weekly Enquirer fori.5oayear , strictly H
in advance. H
For Sale A good office desk in first • H
class condition , at a very low price. H
Call at this office. _ H
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There were three additions to the H
Methodist church , Sunday evening , after |
the Epworth League service. fl
Mrs. Brainard moved on Wednesday |
into the Strasser property , on the corner |
of Dakota and Marshall streets. |
The young folks had a very pleasant |
party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. |
Burns on Saturday evening of last week. |
A gold pen is not a luxury when you H
can get one for no outlay. The Tribune |
can tell you how to secure one on this H
basis. * |
At a special meeting of the Odd Fellows - |
lows lodge , Monday night , one first and J fll
five third degree candidates were initi- " ' H
Girl Wanted For general house- H
work. Steady employment and good |
wages for competent help. Enquire at |
this office. H
Ed. Flitcraft has purchased the Ballew j H
property , corner of Monmouth and Dakota - H
kota streets. The deal was consummated - H
mated on Tuesday. |
The next county fair will be held at H
Indianola , September 13-16 , 189S. Competition - H
petition in the stock and poultry departments - H
ments will be open to the Fourteenth H
judicial district. H
We want the news from.every part of H
Red Willow county , and will be pleased H
to hear from anyone in the uurepresent- H
ed parts of the county with a view of becoming - H
coming our regular correpondents. H
C. J. Ryan has moved his office into |
the rooms in the Phillips-Meeker building - - H
ing now occupied by C. II. Boyle , who H
will have charge of his insurance busi- |
ness. Mr. Ryan has taken a position as |
traveling agent for Wood Bros. , a live u |
stock commission firm of South Omaha. I H
If there is a school teacher in the M H
count } * who has under her charge bright I J
boys and girls who would enjoy good I H
books , we have something of interest for * H
you. Inquire at The Tribune office M
and we will tell you how to secure a H
nicely illustrated Life of Lincoln , Life of H
Washington , a Natural History , a Complete - |
plete Altar of the World , Talmage's M
From Manger to Throne , Samantha at M
Saragota , and other wholesome books. M
We can interest you and be of help to H
you. Make inquiry. H
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