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AN OPEN LETTER
WE ARE ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR RIGHT TO THE
EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE WORD - OASTORIA , " AND
" PITCHER'S CASTORIA , " AS OUR TRADE MARK.
7 DR. SAMUEL PITCHER , of Hyannis , Massachusetts ,
was the originator of "PITCHER'S CASTORIA , " the same
that has borne and does nows3Z - TZaT on euer #
bear thefac-simile signature of Cfe 3f73 > & 2f wrapper.
This 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 / ff . . - - on the
and has the signature of &t&jf/ c&c&Ms 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 8 1897 Qd2 * * * + * * jt' t ( c - * * * * * * z >
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 FAG-SIMILE SIGNATURE OF
Insist on Having
The Kind That Never Failed You ,
. . .
THE CENTAUR COMPANY. 77 MURRAY STRICT. NEW YORK CITY.
y3g.Tia.mun vuygia ffcurt :
ROADS ARE ALIKE U A ft
Perfection is the ? © i of our long
are the product of mechanical ingenuity.
Send for 1898 Catalogue.
Agents wanted in open territory.
ftiQf\3ARCH \ CYCLE ftftFG. CO. ,
Lake , Halsted and Fulton Streets , Chicago.
Branches New Yorki London and Hamburg.
Send ten 2-cent stamps for a deck of Monarch Playing Cards Illustrating
Lillian Rusaell , Tom Cooper , Lee Richardson , and Walter Jones.
j i ' 'i ' m- t *
-Gftase Co , Land and ive Stock
HOTBOB branded on If ft lilp or left
liHEc nnntiiy. isii' ! Heat
Srico. Nebraska. Kimtre.
Stiakinp Water and the
Frenchman cio p , in
Cbnsp county NfhrasUa.
Brand a * > cut on cult of
1 pome animals oi ! hip Una
_ Bides of some. f > r > ny-
whore on the animal
FRANCIS E. DIVINE.
/CANCER DOCTOR ,
McCooK , NEBRASKA.
guarantee a cure. No cure , no
pay. Write me at above address , or call
at my home in Coleman precinct.
Once Tried. Always Used.
If we sell one bottle of Chamberlain's
'Cough Remedy , we seldom fail to sell
' the same person more , when it is again
, needed. Indeed , it has become the family -
' ily medicine of this town , for coughs and
colds , and we recommend it because of
its established merits. Jos. E. Harned ,
Prop. Oakland Pharmacy ' , Oakland , MdJ
4Sold by L.V. . McConne'll & Co.
* " TO Cure a Cold "In One Day.
V--1 - -
Take Laxative Brome QuinineTablets.
druggists refund the money if it fails
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r . 'The famous .little pills.- '
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park and the summer resorts of Colora
do and containing , besides maps and il
lustrations , a great deal of information
of interest to sight seers and tourists can
be had by addressing J , Francis , General
Passenger Agent , Burlington Route ,
Omaha , Neb. 6-17-512.
Write to J. Francis General Passenger
Agent , Burlington Route , Omaha , * for a
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THE TRIBUNE and The Cincinnati
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DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Cures Piles. Scalds , Burns.
[ OFFICIAL IIY AUTHORITY. 1
McCook , Neb. , June 14,1898.
Board of county'commissioners met pursu
ant to adjournment. Present , Stephen Belles ,
Jas.A. Robinsoh and Henry Crabtree , com
missioners , and R. A. Gieen , county clerk ,
Minutes of previous meeting read and ap
proved. Board commenced equalization ol
assessment and continued same during the
day. On motion board adjourned to meet
Attest : R. A. GREEN , County Clerk.
McCook , Neb. , June 15,1898.
Board of county commissioners met pursu
ant to adjournment. Present , Stephen Bglles ,
Jas. A. Robinson and Henry Crabtree , com-
missiontr , Harlow W. Keyes , county attor
ney , and R. A. Green , county clerk. Minutes
of previous meeting read and approved.
Board continued equalization of assessment
during the day. On motion board adjourned
to meet June lyth.
Attest : R. A. GRF.F.N , County Clerk.
McCook , Neb. , June 17,1898.
Boaid of county commissioners met pursu
ant to adjournment. Present , Stephen Belles ,
Jas. A. Robinson and Henry Crabtree , com
missioners , and R. A. Green , county clerk.
Minutes of previous meeting read and ap
proved. Board continued equalization of'as
sessment during the day. On motion board
adjourned to meet June i8th.
Attest : R. A. GREKN , County Clerk.
McCook , Neb. , June 18,1898.
On further consideration of the equalization
of assessment for the year 1898 , the board
finds that to make a just and equitable as
sessment it is necessaiy to add and deduct
certain percentages on the real estate in the
'following precincts , to-wit : Danbury precinct ,
deduct 25 per cent ; Lebanon precinct , add 20
per cent ; Alliance precinct , add 25 per cent ;
Beaver precinct , add S Per cent-
The bbard having completed the equaliza
tion of assessment finds the total value of real
and peisonal property as returned by the as
sessors and equalized by the board of equali
zation to be $1,164,442.14. On motion the levy
of taxes for the year 1898 was made as fol
County General , nine (9) ( ) mills.
County Bridge , 3 S mills.
County road , two (2) ( ) mills.
Soldiers' Relief , two (2) ( ) mills.
Indianola precinct bond , one ( i ) mill.
Willow Grove precinct bond , six (6) ( ) mills.
North Valley precinct bond , ten (10) ( ) mils ! > .
Bartley Village bond , ten (10) ( ) mills.
Red Willow County bond , two (2) ( mills.
McCook City bond , eight ( S ) mills.
School District No.29 , judgment fund , fifteen
(15) ( ) mills.
School distiict band levy for year 1898 as
In accordance with section 4,607 of the
Compiled Statutes of Nebraska for the year
1897 , a special tax for the payment of outstand
ing indebtedness against various road districts
was levied as follows , to-wit :
FUST. LEVY HIST. LEVY
NO. MILLS NO. MILLS
McCook , Neb. , June 20,1897.
Board of commissioners met in regular ses
sion. Present , Stephen Belles , Jas. A. Kobin-
; on and Henry Crabtree , commissioners , llar-
ow W. Keyes , county attorney , and R. A.
jreen , county clerk. Minutes of previous
neeting read approved.
The resignation of Eli D. Akers , overseer
> f road district No. 33 , read and on motion
iccepted and James Burns appointed to fill
vacancy caused thereby.
In pursuance to law in such cases made and
> rovided , the board on motion appropriated
> 75 for teachers' institute for the year 1898
ind directed clerk to draw warrant on county
; eneral fund , levy of 1898 , as follows : Lillian
\l. Welborn , county superintendent , institute
und , $75.
On motion board accepted 3550 as payment
n full of all personal tax against Milling ,
Stock and Land Co. of Bartley and all real
istate tax against the following real estate ,
o-wit : Lots 3,4 , 5 , block 4 ; all blocks 5 , B , J ,
C : lots i , 2 , 3,4 , 7 , S , 9 , 10 , Ii , 12 , block D ; lots
, 2,3,7 , 8 , 9 , block E ; lots 10 , n , 12,13,15,16 ,
> lock G : lots i , 2 , 3,4 , 7,8 , ii , 12 , block H ; lots
1,4 , 5,6 , block I , and lots I , 2 , 3.4 , 5 , 6 , / , 8 , 9 ,
> lock L. All in Esther Park addition to
The following damages by reason of the lo-
: ation of the several roadS'as hereinafter set
orth , were examined by the board and on
notion approved as stated below , and the
> verseers of road districts in which said roads
ire located are directed to pay same out of
my funds belonging to their icspective dis-
ricts as by law directed , as follows , to-wit :
Road No. 323 as follows :
, Vm. M. Nicholson , ne K"s 14,1'4 , R 26.$20 oo"
Sveritt Oxley , e % nw X s 14 T 4 r 26. . 12 oo
-IoraceOlmsteadw4nwsi4T4R26 14 oo
lorace Olmsteadsw& s n T4 R 26. . . 24 oo
Road No. 324 as follows :
3rey ! J. 1 ladley.swK seK s 8 T3 R27. . 25 oo
lanTj. Hadley.seX swj < s 81'3R27. . 25 oo
Riley J. Hadley.etf se X s 8 T 3 R 27. . 75 oc
P. H. McCabe , lots 1.2,3 , s 17 T 3 R 27. . 75 oc
John J. Lamborn , sw % s 9 T 3 R 27 25 oc
Road No. 325 as follows :
Alex. Brown , netf 531 Ta R 27 - . . 20 oc
Thomas Bennett , nw # s 35 T 2 R 28. . . 20 oo
James Williams , nej < s 35 T 2 RzS 20 oo
The following official bond was examined
and on motion approved : John Broomfield ,
overseer road district No II.
The following claims were audited and on
motion allowed and clerk directed to draw
warrants on county general fund , levy of 1897 ,
in payment thereof as follows , to-wit :
J. C. Puckett , 5 loads of cobs for jail. . . $ 5 oo
Dr. A. W. Hoyt , medical services 5 oo
L. W. McConnell , mdse I 25
C. II. Meeker , rent court house 50 oo
J. C.'Oakley.board paupers 10 36
W. C. Billiard & Co. , coal 11 65
State Journal Co.supplies 27 10
Joseph Menard , mdse for paupers 5 ° 75
Young Stothard , Alliance , claim S59 oo ,
allowed at 54 oo
M. M. Young , Beaver , claim , $99 oo , al
lowed at 80 oo
F. W. Weaver , Bondville 51 40
T. M. Campbell , Hex Elder 62 So
Jacob Betz , Coleman , claim § 52 60 , al
lowed at 40 co
II. L. Goodenberger , Uar.bury 52 20
J. M. Hammond , Driftwood 47 20
W. S. Hamilton , fcast Valley 71 40
Andy Barber , Fritsch 43 oo
C. C. Smith , Gerver 48 40
E. B. Nelson , Grant ' . 51 60
Wm. F. Miller , Indianola v 80 So
J. L. Horton , Lebanon : . ' 54 20
John Girens , Missouri Ridge . . * . . ' 52 oo
II. II. Kuhlman , North Valley. . . . ' . ' . . . . 56 10
James Doyle , Perry , claim $63 20 , al
lowed at 60 oo
E. A. Sexson , Red Willow 72 oo
Felix Wihlm , Valley Grange 54 90
James WoodworthVillow Grove 190 70
Stephen Belles , services as commis'n'r. 40 oo
Jas. A. Robinson , same 32 oo
Henry Crabtree , same 29 80
And on county bridge fund. levy of 1897 ,
as follows , to-wit :
Geo. Younger , biidge work 5 9 oo
C. W. Peters , same' 5 50
E. Price , same ' 2 co
Newman Axtell , Same . . " 2 oo
Ed. Envin , same . ' . . 3 00
John Real , Jr , hauling lumber. . 12 50
Wm. Hiersekorn , same 4 15
T. F. Welborn & Son. nai's 12 28
W. C. Billiard & Co.lumber 78 47
Geo. C. Hill , same 215 54
And on county road fund , levy of 1897 , as
follows , to-v/it :
Ilupp & Slutts , road tax refunded $ 90
J. C. Ball , road work 2 50
R. E. Hatcher , appraising damages road
No. 322 . 3 co
S. Bentley , same , road No. 323 3 oo
R. C. Catlett , same 3 CO
S. W. Clark , same 3 oo
A. Hammond , same , road No. 324 2 30
J. W. Dutcher , same 2 So
John Broomfield , same 2 70
S. G. Bastain , same , road No. 325 3 10
S.V. . Stilgebouer , same 3 10
\V. A. Minnfear , same 3 10
On motion board adjourned to meet July 5th
Attest : R. A. GREKN , County Clerk.
Thousands of persons have been ctirec
of piles by using DeWitt's Witch HHZK ;
Salve. It heals promptly ami cures ec
zeuia and all skin diseases It uive.s im
mediate relief. A. McMillen.
THK TRIBUNE and The Prairie Fanner
for 51.25 a year , strictly in advance.
During the summer of iSgr , Mr. Chas.
P. Johnson , a well known attorney ol
Louisville , Ky. , had a very severe attack
of summer complaint. Quite a number
of different remedies were tried , but
failed to afford any relief. A friend who
knew what was needed procured him a
bottle of Chamberlain's Colic , Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy , which quicklv
cured him and be thinks , saved his life.
He says that there has not been a day
since that time that he has not had this
remedy in his household. He speaks of
it in the highest praise and takes much
pleasure in recommending it whenever
in opportunity is offered. For sale bv
L. W. McConnell & Co.
One Minute Cough Cure , cures.
That is what it was maac for.
Estimate of expenses of Red Willow coun-
y for the year 1898 :
bounty General 312,000 oo
bounty Bridge 6,000 oo
bounty Road . , 3,000 oo
bounty Bond _ 3ooo oo
Soldiers' Relief 500 oo
' Jqrth Valley Precinct 1,000 oo
A'illow Grove Precinct 2,000 oo
ndianola Precinct 300 oo
Jartley Village 500 oo
McCook City 2,600 oo
School District Bonds 7.000 oo
; -2/-4ts. R. A. GREKN , County Clerk.
riMBER CULTURE FINAL PROOF-
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
United States Land Office , McCook , Neb. ,
* lay 14 , 1898. Notice is hereby given that
Casper Ilakankamp has filed notice of his
ntention to make final pi oof before register
ir receiver at his office in McCook. Nebraska ,
m Saturday , the 25th day of June , iSoS , on
imber culture application No. 6812 , for the
outhwest quarter of section No. 33 , in Town-
hip No. 5 north , r.inge No. 30 west. He
lames as witnesses : Thomas Whitmer , George
Jrown , Fred Buhr all of McCook. Nebraska ,
) avid Osburn of Osburn , Nebraska.
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"I know one lady , the mother of three
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SEND 15c. for Sample Sheet
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for a darling baby. No woman
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trouble. It cures nine cases put
of ten. All druggists sell Wine
of Cardui. $1.00 per bottle.
For advice in cases requiring special
directions , address , giving symptoms.
the "Ladies' Advisory Department. "
The Chattanooga Medicine Co. , Chatta
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Mrs. LOUISA HALE ,
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NOTICE TO LAND OWNERS.
ROAD NO. 329.
Jones , M.C.
ogers , Smith
Bros. ' Loan & Trust Co. , George Kudkin , and
to all whom it may concern :
The commissioner appointed to locate a
road commencing at the northeast corner of
the northeast quarter of section two in Leba
non precinct , Ked Willow county , Nebraska ,
running thence west on section" line to the
northeast corner of the northwest qu.uter of
the northwest quarter of said section two ,
thence south on a line parallel with the sec
tion line running north and south , west of sec
tions two and eleven of said town and range ,
to the northeast corner of the northwest quar
ter of the southwest quarter of section eleven ,
said town , and range and terminating thereat ,
has reported in favor of the location thereof
as follows : Commencing at the northwest
corner of section I , township 2 north , range
26 , running thence west on section line to the
northeast corner of section 3 , thence south on
section line 156 rods to a stake , thence south
east 108 rods to a stake , thence southwest 32
rods to a stake , thence west to a stake on sec
tion line between sections 2 and 3 , 28 rods
north of the southwest corner of section 2 ,
thence south on section line to. southwest
corner ol northwest quarter of section II ,
town. I north , range 26 we t 6th P. M. , all in
Red Willow county , Nebraska , and all objec
tions thereto or claims fur damages must be
filed in the county cleik's office on or before
noon of the 271)1 ) < lay of August , A. D. iVjS , or
said road \\iil be established without reference
6-i7-4ts R. A. GREEN , County Clerk.
0. L EVER 1ST & CO. ,
PROPRIETOR OK THE
McCook Transfer Line .
BUS , BAGGAGE AND EXPRESS.
furniture vaii in the
uity. Office one block north o
Burnett Lumber Yard. Leave or
ders foi bus calls at Commercial
lintel ; ordeis for draying at Ev- r
erist , Marsh & Co.'s meat market.
McCOOK , NEBR.
Iron. Lead , and Sewer Pipe , Brass
Goods , Pumps , and BoderTrimmmgs
Agent for Halliday. Waupun , Eclipse
Wmdm'lis. Basemer.tof the MeeVer-
9 Phillips building
JULIUS KUNERT ,
Carpet Laying ,
still Joing carpet laying , carpet
leaning lawn cutting and similar work , bee
ir write me before giving such work. My
harges are very reasonable. Leave orders at
[ RIBUNE office. JULIUS KUNERT.
] JOHN E. KELLEY ,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
McCooK , NEBRASKA.
2&Agent of Lincoln Land Co. Office-
Lear of First National bank.
37 B. BALLARD.
© DENTIST. 0
All dental work done at our office is gaar
nteed to be first-class. We do all kinds ct
Town , Bridge and Plate Work. Drs. Smith
: Bellamy , assistants.
_ MRS. E. E. UTTER. _ > _ I
'iano , Organ , Guitar and Banjo
VOICE TRAINING A SPECIALTY.
' 'Bee Hive. "
MCCOOK SURGICAL HOSPITAL
Dr. W. V. GAGE.
McCook , - - - Nebraska.
Ifficeand Hospital over First National Bank.
Iffice hours at residence. 701 Marshall Ave. .
efore 0 a. m. and after b p. in.
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The One Great Standard Authority ,
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Court , all the Mali
by State Snpenntci.i
< n Schools , Colloid I
lent8 iuilntlierl < lu
almost without mm-
In Hie honjelioM.
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icssloiml man. am *
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