The McCook tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 1886-1936, April 29, 1898, Image 8
- * AN OPEN LETTER To MOTHERS. WE ARE ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR RIGHT TO THE EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE WORD "CASTORIA , " AND "PITCHER'S C ASTORIA , " AS OUR TRADE MARK. / DR. SAMUEL PITCHER , of Hyannis , Massachusetts , was the originator of "PITCHER'S CASTORIA , " the same that has borne and does now . * on every / / & _ hear thefac-simile signature of C a jfi c wrapper. TJiis is the original " PITCHER'S CASTORIA , " which has been used in the homes of the Mothers of America for over thirty years. LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and see that it is the hind you have always bought f , ,0 on the and has the signature of & & % / & & % wrap per. No one has authority from me to use my name ex cept The Centaur Company of which Chas. H. Fletcher is President. ' March S , 1897 : Do Not Be Deceived , Do not endanger the life of your child by accepting a cheap substitute which some druggist may offer you ( because he makes a few more pennies on it ) , the in gredients of which even he does not know. "The Kind You Have Always Bought" BEARS THE FAC-SIMILE SIGNATURE OF h Insist on Having The Kind That Never Failed You. . , . THE CCflTAUR COMPANY. T7 MURRAY STBrET NEW YORK CITY. Pay Your Delinquency. Ill view of the hetter times , and higher prices for grain etc. , the publisher ex pects those indebted to THE TRJUUKE for subscription to make j-ood then de linquencies at once. During thr ron- tinued hatd tiints .ii < i failttu-s m > tffoil was made to force the collet lion ct MI ! > - ccription accounts. l > nt notl'attlie con ditions have ci\ ! ! ' ? d jn.ui\ f' i i ! > e latter - ter it is expected ih.u ihf.--et-lSiHtieiirirs ! ; > will he prom pi I \ ; MI 1 up S Mtetiicu- * will be sent out t > nil in : in Mis'ti > d * it'i ' the expectation ihnt : ili \vill jipi-M-fsi't- our past indnlnftiiA- rtsp i.d ai o < < . TlIH I'MM.lS.i ! K THE TKIIIUNU ami Thel'rmv. F.I- for Ji 25 n \ euis ciU in ! < . % ! > The Best Linimtiit "Chamberlain's Pain Balm is the Finest on earth , " write Kdwards & Parker , of Plains , Ga. This is the verdict of all who use it For rneiimalism , lame back , sprains , swell- ingi , .ind the ntuneions sliglit ailments and accidents common to every house hold. this linimeiit bus no equal. With it in ihf house , a Krear deal ol piin and MifiVring may be avoided. For sale by 5 , \V To Ci-re a Cold in One Day. I'akf J/ixativf IJromo QinnineTablets. \il diu jsis rHuiidhe iiiimex if it fails t < n'st- 2 = c i * rh ( > us < unN of .stiffereis from la yrippe hhve b u ic-jlored to -altli by One ii'.ine Congli Cu'e. It quicklx cures c -n , ! is oi i , btoi i ° Mti > , i > nt-umoiia , LMipir ! . ! ' iu - nd li tii'Oti .mil ( l1- .r- S < > ] ( ) I v t Vl PROSPECT PARK , PJeuty of wiud , uowadayB. Coruplnnting is tlio order > the dav. B. P. Barr has returned from IHH Jovva visit. L. H. Stephens visited at W. S. Hartumn's , Sunday. Don Thompson and Jay Scott had business in Oberlin , Kansas , Monday. J. H. Wade and wife visited friends noifli of McCook , Sunday. Miss Mae Thompson has been visiting Mrs. E. 0. Goering of Pleasant Bidge , the past few days. The fanner , the mechanic , and the bi cycle rider are liable to unexpected cut. and bruises. DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve is the best thing to keep on hands It heals quickly , and is a well-known cure for piles. A. McMillen. THE MOST FAVOBABLE SEASON To cure catarrh is in the spring. During tlie winter the patient is likely to take fresh cold and have a set-back. But if treatment is begun in Ihw spring and continued into the summer , nothing need bo feared for the succeeding winter. Of course , it all depe ds on the medicine. There are a great many catarrh medicines which relieve the most disagreeable symptoms temporarily. Pe-ru-na cures more slowly but also more permanently than tlrs class of medicines. A course of Pe-ru-na during the spring will cure catarrh more quickly than at any other season. Mr. Walter H. Tucker , Concord , N. H. , writes Dr. Hartman as fol lows : "When I began taking your medicines four years ao-n I was * O suffering with chronic catarrh. I had taken nearly two dozen bottles of a so-called catarrh cure without much relief. Pe-ru-na cured the night sweats and dizziness : it cured the cough I have had from my cradle ; ! can say it saved my life. " Dr. Hartman has published in book form a series of lectures on various phases of chronic catarrh , which he calls ' Winter Catarrh. " This book will b sent free to any address by The Pe-ru-na Drug Manufacturing Co. . Columbus , O. T4- YEARS OF UFv'tRJTERRUPTED SUCCESSr . . .Ov1SfGGER , BETTER IN EVERY WAY GRANDER THAN EVER. Tlie World's Most Brilliant Constellation of Arenic Si-e FIRST AND FOREMOST , THE SENSATION OF THE AGE , Most Powcrfal Man in the World. JLifts © ver S Tons. The Amazing Marvel of the Century. ISIs Like Mas Never Existed Since t3ie "World Began. siovelfies ffier. All tiie World' * ? Most Famous Biders. AU tlie 'World's Greatest Acrobats , Aerialists and. Gymnasts. All the Wide "World Tributary to Its "Wealth of 3STe\v , Novel and Original Features. MOSTCOriPLETE ZOOLOGICAL COLLECTION ON THIS HEMISPHERE. Two Herds of Monster Elephants. Mammoth Hippopotamus. AU Kinds of Rare Wild Beasts. jaillions Expended in this Dazzling Oisplay , GPatuitously Offeped to the PubUe. TWO PERFORMANCES DAILY. AFTERNOON AT 3 , NIGHT AT 3. DOORS OPEN ONE HOUR EARLIER. Under 12 Years HALF PRICE. . CHILDREN. , ONE 50 CENT TICKET ADMITS TO ALL. VVILL POSITIVELY EXHIBIT AT- McCOOK , on Monday , May 16th , 1898. Children like it. It saves their Hyes. We tneiin One Minute Cou h Cure , the infallible remedy for coimhs , colfis croup , bronchitis , grippe , find nil throat and lung troubles. A. McMtllen. Small-Cost bummer Vacations. The May Ladies' Home Journal de votes four special pages to the small-cost summer outings. One of the articles gives all the information about "Vaca tion Days on a House-Boat , " another tells of "Comfort in Tent , and Cabin" ; H third details how to spend "Ten Weeks in Europe for $200 , " while tlie fourth treats of "Summer Pleasures for Subur ban Places. " Smoke Marshal Spinola 50. ciyar , ab solutely the best on earth , for sa.e at I , . W McConnell & Co.'s. Burlington Route. To Portland , Ore. , without change of cars. Through tourist sleeping can , , in charge of special excursion managers and accompanied by uniformed Pullman por- teis , leave Kansas City every Thursday morning for Portland , Ore. . . They run over the Burlington Route to Denver , D. & R. G. Ry. ( Scenic L-ine ) to Ogden , Oregon Short Line and O R & N. Co. to destimition. A lay-over of ten hours is made at Salt Lake City , giving passengers all opportunity to become ac quainted with one of the most beautiful and interesting cities in the world. Travelers destined to Portland or any other Pacific northwest point should join these weekly excursions This they can do at any point at uhich trains Mop There is no cheaper or more comfortable way to make the trip. The cars have all the conveniences of palace sleeping < -ais , lacking only their elaborate finish Second end class tickets are accepted 15ert.li- rate , Kansas City to Portland , $5 For tickets and full information call at nearest Burlington Route ticket office or write to J. Francis , G. P. A. , Omaha , Neb. A torpid liver robs you of ambition and ruins your health DeWitt's Little Early Risers cleanse the liver , cure con stipation si ml all stomach and liver trou bles. Sold by A McMillen. We have just received a beautiful and cboius entitled "The Hoys who ! Wear the Blue are Turning Gray , " which certainty merits the great success it has attained Tlie word * are inspir ing and patriotic , and the music of ex quisite melodai.d beautifully harmon ized. The title page is finely engraved and printed in two colors , contains a splendid portrait of Gen. J. I' . S. Gobin , Commandcr-in-Chief of the Gran-1 - - - Army of the Republic As a work of art it is worth the price of the beautiful song , which will be mailed to you for 50 cents by The J. A. Parks Co , York , Nebraska. It is a great leap trom the old fash ioned doses of blue mass and nanse ous physics to the pleasant little pills known as DeWitt's Little Early Risers. They cure constipation , sick headacl.e , and biliousness. A. McMillen. \ TIMBER CULTURE FINAL PROOF- NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. UNITED SPATES LAND OKFICT. McCook , Neb , April 6 , 1898 Notice is heiebv given that Franklin . Eskey has filed notice of intention to make final proof _ before Register or Receiver at his office in .McLook , Nebraska , on Saturday , the I4th day of May , 1898 , on timber culture appli cation No. 6228 , for sej * of section No. ij. in township No. 5 noitli , ranire No. 29 west 6th P. M. M.He He names as witnesses : Richard F. Lakin , Nathan Edwards , and Riclinrd R. llolcomb , of Indianoln , Nehrnskn , and Fiank S. Schoon- over , of Box Elder , Nebraska. 4-8-6ts A. S. CAMPIJEI.L , Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Land Office at McCook , Neb. March 26th , 1898. Notice is hereby given that the following- named settler has ( iled notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim , and that said proof will be made before Regj j ibter or Receiver at McCook , Nebraska , on i May 7th , 1898 , viz : Geonje Ilanlein , II. E. No. 10,664. tor the \vj ne5 and nj < se } * sec tion 30 , town. 4 north , range 29 west of 6th P. M. He names the following witnesses to prove _ his continuous residence upon and cul tivation of said land , viz : Albert F. Reeves , Millard S. Modi ell , Roy King , and Tony A. Steltzer , all of McCook , Nebraska. 4-i-6t A. S. CAMPBELL , Register. 1 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. | Land Office at McCook , Nebraska , j April 20th , 1898. , Notice is hereby given that the following-1 named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim , ' t and that said proof will be made befoie Register - , is-ter or Receiver at McCook , Nebraska , on May 28th , 1898 , viz : John Enjjstrom , 11. E. No. 9827 for the southeast quarter ( JO Sec. 73 , Town. 6 N. , R. 29V. . 6th P. M. lie names the following witnesses to prove his contin- j nous residence upon and cultivation of said land , viz : Andrew P. Larson , Nels C. Due- I land , Joseph E. Nehns , William B. Wluttaker , j all of Quick , Nebraska. 4-22 6ts A. S. CAMPBELL , Register. DeWitt's Little Early Risers , The lamous little pills. JOHN E. KELLEY , ATTORNEY AT LAW McCooK , NEBRASKA. fcj9 Agent of Lincoln Land Co. Office Rear of First National bank. J. B. BALLARD , © DENTIST. © All dental work done at our office la guar- mteed to be first-class. We do all kinds of LTrown , Bridge and Plate Work. Drs. Smith Bellamy , assistants. _ * _ MRS. E. E. UTTER. _ > - MUSICAL INSTRUCTOR. Piano , Organ , Guitar and Banjo VOICE TRAINING A SPECIALTY. the "Bee Hive. " MeCOOK SURGICAL HOSPITAl Dr. W. V. GAGE. McCook , - - - Nebraska. Office and Hospital over First National Bank. Dffice hours at residence , 701 Marshall Ave. , Before 9 a. m. and after 6 p. m. One Minute Cough Cure , cures. That Is what It was made for. when the Creator said to v/onian , "In sorrow shalt tliou bring iorth children , " that a curse was pro nounced against the human race , but the joy felt by every Mothci when she first presses to her heart her babe , proves the contrary. Danger and suffering lurk in the pathway of the Expectant Mother , and should be avoided , that she may reach the hour when the hope of her heart is to be real ized , in full vigor and strength. J so relaxes 'he * ' ' Si ; . - : < - , 1.1) ) ' ) ' li " ! U' < * - c.s r ( Vi.iv/e > I : ' f , nt : * . re v , . i. out N"-- j\ c i vouS < r Giooiny Fore boding of dan ger , and the trying hour is robbed of its pain and suffering , as so many happy \ m others have experienced. Nothing but "Mother's Friend" does this. Don't be deceived or persuaded to u.se anything ci.s-e. "Mother's Friend" is ilic pro.-itcst remedy o-or put on the market , : imlali our rust outers praite it liijjlih. " V ? . II Ilr a & Co , NVJjitevvriglit.Ter. Of drufitr.-1-4 : .t 'Ji < > > f sci.S by exiiress ot. - , ceipt oi price.Vi m , f' r book c < < : itainiugaiiii * - ( bie iuforniittid' ai. Mothcis , mailed iree. ' Tiio UraiiiMcl Itcsuialur Co. , Atlanta , G'a. NOTICh. TO LAND OWNERS. ROAD NO. 326. To Nellie L. Oen and to .ill whom it may concern : The- coimni&ioiier appointed to lo cate a road commencing at section cor. of sees. I and i2Tp-3 , K. 26 , and sections 6 and 7 , Tp. 3 , K. 25 , running tlt nce north ali > n j tlie ranjje line het'veen sect'ous I and 6 and 36 and 31 , two mile.- , terminating at'the corner of sec tions 25 and 30 of Tp. 4. K. 26 , and " ? 0 and 31 , Tp4 , R. 25. has repoiled in favor of the loca tion thereof as follows : Commencing on north line of sections I and 6 at corner itone and running thence south on county line between sections i and 0. to corner stor.e in main road , one mile , and all objections thereto or claims for damages nuM be filed in the county clerk's office on or tirfor-- noon of the iSth day of June A. D. iSqS. or said rovl will In : estab- li'-hed without reference thieto. . 4-15 41 K. A. GPEUX , County Clerk. I OF ft ' Cuba * ! The World s. t West indies J > ; Just what ycu need to locate fr KEY WEST , 8 CANARY ISLANDS , frK CAPE VERDE ISLANDS , PORTO RICO , K DRY TORTUGAS , Etc. & 1S The World S" " - t' ' 2i > x 21 inche > Cuba ' ? ! < On other West Indies' ' MllB- Each map frirmerl\ s-old at 250. 750. I , SEND 15c. for Sample Sheet r I and terms to Agents. Our men earn $15 to $35 weekly. RAND , MCWALLY CO. , Chicago. III. v-yt SB C BOK J IHE-TEIITHS Of all the pain andsicknessfrom which women suffer is caused by weakness or derangement in the organs of menstruation. Nearly always when a woman is not well these organs are affected. But when they are strong and healthy a woman is very seldom sick. Is nature's provision for the regu lation of the menstrual function. It cures all " female troubles. " It is equally eftective for the girl in her teens , the young wife with do mestic and maternal cares , and the woman approaching the period known as the "Change of Life. " They all need it. They arc all benefited by it. For advlco in cases requiring special directions , adcress. eivinfr symptoms. the "Ladies' Advisory Department. " The Chattanoosa Medicine Co. , Chatta nooga. Term. THOS.J. COOPER , Tupelo , Miss. , says : "My sister suRerecMrom very Irregular and painful menstruation and doctors could not relieve her. Wine of Cardul entirely cured her and also helped my mother through the Change ol Lite. " l CASTOR IA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Haye Always Bears tlio Signature of TRJBUNE CLUBBING LIST. For the convenience of readers TKJHUNK , we have made arraigemeuU with the following newspaper * and peri' odicalb whereby we ran buppiy llnft/i lit combination with THK TKJUUNK at following very lo'w prices. ; ' ' ' . ' . I'l'liUCA'J JOK. J'KltK. Detroit I'rce J'rc . ft 00 Leslie' * Weekly . 400 3 vj J'rainel'armer . , , - t (0 12 $ Chicago Inter-Ocean. . , , , , . . . IO I y Cincinnati J' Hjuirer. . . . , , , , , , I ( i y/ New- York Tribune. . , ' . , . . IV ) 175 Toledo JJlade . , . . , . , , IM Nebraska Kanner. , , . . , , , . . , , 'lot Iowa. JIomc4taii , . . . . , . . . , . , lA Lincoln Journal. . . . , . , , , , , , , , lf/3 175 Campbell's Soil'CttlMM * . t 03 I 50 New- York \Voild . l VJ J ( X Omaha Hee . ICA l y We are prepKrrd to fit } * < r < J-f * tor * uv other pi ] cr.s pubi ! hf < l. nt reAwsA mte * > Tnii TUIBUKK , WcC x > k , Ke . M. L Yocuui , CaiM o i. ! nia. says " I v * > , a uflr for tr\5nji ntobt n\\ \ \ kinds of p l - but without fcucccw , UeWUt'k Wit- ' Hazel Ssilve w h recomtn < ie"l to twr I u < --rl one box. It ) w ejfcci t'i * pcrma nent cure " AJ a perniHB'-nt * T fo- piles DeWiU'- . \Vitch Hazel Salv r hws n < equal Sold by A. Me vi Tins TRIHUNK HIM ! The Tribune for $1.25 a year , stricdv ta vaiice. See ilcMHIen's new THE TRIBUNE aud Dea orfcst' F * : " ; Magazine for $1.75 n year , strictly i advance. 0. L EVERIST & CO. . PROPRIETOR * OF THE McCook Transfer Line 8US , BAGGAGE AND EXPRESS. y furniture van in the- Office oae block urth of Lumber Yard. Lever - iers for bus calls at ComioerriK1 betel : 6rde s fur drajiag at Ev- srist. Marsh & Co.'s meat market Satisfaction guaranteed. NEX3saNa | F. D. BURGESS. ; rioinoer ana * mr earn Fitter McCOOK , NEBR. ? Iron , Lead ana Sewer P pe S'ass B Gsods , Pumps. ancSoiierTr mm "gs k Agent.for Halliday , Waupun. EC pse Wmdm.'is Basementc * tKe Wef * e- J Phiips ! : bui'aing lacing Gloves. A Kid Glove that you can safelv onlr BY M All Ladies * Extra Fine Qnalitv Kui mbroulered backs , . ( -hook or isluonable spring : i-hadc m i-tv > e * * d linis-h icy are superior to any dollar k > v oftemi i America at OXK DOLLnr p r pir. l\i tase paid to anv point in th I'nkcvl tales. Give clor and sue. A i-sl ' W Nebraska Mercanti/e Corapaaj' . lncoq > oratod. .Ifrvd Hadell , Mjr. RED CLOUD , NER. JULIUS KUXEKT. Carpet Laying , Carpe t Cleaning. O am Mill domcarj t laying. cnt CAIIIHR law n cuttis. : and similar \\ork. c < write me before jiwnc SHCj , mwtv lar cs are very reasonable. 1 < ? ave onfer * nt RUH'NE office. lUl.U'S Kt'XHRT. B Z. ASErOJT. r.-cs. 7. S. KC30SALT. , BANK OF DANBURY DANBURY , NEB. A General Banking Business SBTAnv business you nmy wish to transact with r UK McCooK TRIUCNK will receive prompt aiul careful atten tion. Sulfecnptions received , onleis taken forad\cttisemcntsand job-\\\nk - \ \ \ DeWitt's Curc5 Pile * . Scmlds , Burns.