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[ OFFICIAL JIY AUTHORITY. ]
Md.ook. Neb. , November
lioanl of county co-ninissioners met pursu
ant to adjournment Present , Stephen 1'olles ,
Jimcs A. Robinson and I IrnryCrabtrer , com
missioners , and K. A. Green , county clerk.
Minutes of previous meeting read and ap
PetitionoF T. E. McDonald ct al. asking
that the N E M & N % S K tf of section 19-
1-27 be incorporated and known as the village
ol Danbury , was examined , and the hoard
being satisfied that a majority of the
taxableinhabitants of the proposed vil
lage have signed such petition , and that in
habitants to the number of two hundred or
more are actual residents of the territory ie-
scrihed in the petition , they on motion grintrd
The following annual settlement of iind
overseer txtiumcd , and on motion accepl.-d.
and cleik directed to draw certificate on road
districts in payment thereof as follous : I. 11.
Everist , overseer district Io. 17 , cerlific.te
No 108 for $29.32 ; C. A. Hede. uivrseer dis
trict No. I , certificate No 109 for 527 oo.
The following claims were audited and al
lowed and on motion clerk was instiiut'-'t to
draw warrants on county general fund levy ,
of 1898 , in payment thereof as follow- :
\V. 11. Smith , mattress for co.untv juil. . ? I 75
C. 11. Meekcr.-rent for county office66 65
Harnett Limber Co. . conl for puipei < : . 6 75
State Journal Co. , supplies loS 50
J F. Ganschow , shoes for pauper I 25
J. R. Neel , calling jury Oct. term. 1898. . 27 50
R. A. Green , isMi.ng certificates of elec
tion and expense ot county officers. . . 68 52
li. J. Mitchell , ballots and supplies 6g 25
C. U. lioyle , canvassing electiun returns 3 co
John Selby , same 3 CO
Samuel Premer. judge of election , Alii-
nnce precinct 3 co
Joseph Rishel. same 3 oo
Jackson Teeteissame 300
I A. Lyman , clerk and return 8 oo
John Long , clerk 3 00
Mitchell Young , judge and return , Hea
ver precinct 8 40
Will Stilgehouer , judge 4 oo
A. P. Hod well , same 4 oo
aoren Simonson , clerk 4 oo
John Wicks , same 4 00
J. 11. Warfield , judge , itondviile prec't. . 3 oo
Joseph Downs , same and return 6 25
P. J. Colling , judge 3 oo
Chailey Skalla , cleik 3 oo
Daniel Esch , same 3 oo
Daniel Doyle , judge of Box Elder pet. . 4 oo
James Robinson , same 4 oo
I. C. Kimball , same and return 6 90
George Mohler , dene 4 oo
James Kinghorn , same 4 oo
II. U. Wales , judge , Coleman precinct. . 3 oo
William Coleman , same and return 5 .So
Levi Summeis , judge 3 oo
Robert Moore , clerk 3 oo
\V. K. Forsey , same 3 oo
Jesse Smith , judge , Danbury precinct. . . 3 oo
S. S. Graham , same 3 oo
W. P. Kenned } ' , same and ictuin / 00
F. G. Stilgehouer , clerk 3 oo
Otto Puelz , same. . j 3 oo
J. M. Hammond , judge , Driftwood pet. 3 00
A. G. Culbertson , same 3 oo
E. C. Goehring , same and leturn 5 So
Charles Ferris , clerk 3 ° °
Charles Wasson , same 3 oo
M. Morse , judge , East Valley precinct. . 4 oo
S. W. Clark , same and icturn S 20
C. B. Lee , same 4 oo
William Smith , clerk 4 CO
D. R. Fletcher , same 4 oo
K. M. Humes , judge , Fritsch precinct. . 3 oo
George Ridgeley , same 3 oo
James Uergin , same and return 6 60
W. II. Hall , clerk 3 oo
Joseph Rayer , same , . * 3 oo
John Goodenbetger , judge , Gerver pet. 3 oo
Joshua Gei ver , same 3 ° °
11.1. Peterson , same and return 6 30
A. Wagy , clerk 3 OO
D. L. Thompson , same 3 oo
A. Peter.- , judge , Grant precinct 3 oo
T. A. Rowland , same and return 6 60 !
John Rowland , same 3 00 j
W. 11. benjamin , clerk 3 oo
Albert Weeks , same 3 oo
Uutler Jones , clerk , Indianola precinct. 4 oo
James Hethrrington , same 4 00
E. T. King , judge 4 oo
Frank Neel , same 4 oo
George W. Cramer , same and return. . . 7 40
P. B. Garrett , judge , Lebanon precinct. 4 oo
George Ralsten , same 4 co
C. F. Waterman , same and return 11 oo
S. E. Ralsten , clerk 4 oo
William Marquis , clerk 4 oo
James Jones , judge , Missouri Ridge pet. 3 oo
Alex. Strain , same 3 ° °
John Ervin , same and return 7 ° °
Elmer Bantham , clerk 3 oo
James Nutt , same 3 oo
Samuel Bentley , judge.North Valley pet 3 oo
R. C. Catlett , same 3 oo
R. C. Fidler , same and return 8 oo
J. K. Stevens , clerk 3 ° °
D. C. Baker , same 3 oo
Louis Fleischmanjudge , Perry precinct 3 oo
Henry Corcoran , same 3 ° °
W. S. Hamilton , same 3 oo
John Real , Jr. , clerk and return 5 70
Edwin Brinton , same 3 oo
W. B. Sexson , judge , Red Willow pet. . 3 oo
A. Hammond , same and return 6 40
L. W. McEntee , same 3 oo
O. D. Moslicr , clerk 3 oo
Ben Gossard , same 3 ° °
Walter McTaggart , judge , Tyrone pet. . 3 oo
L. J. Shippee , same and return 8 oo
Clyde Clemmens , same 3 oo
John Hummel ! , clerk 3 oo
J. C. Moore , same 3 oo
II. Stone , judge , Valley Grange prec't. . 3 oo
A. D. Johnston , same 3 oo
Fernando Kennedy , same 3 oo
M. C. Maxwell , clerk 3 oo
J. S. Brittain , same and return 540
II. W. Cole , judge , 1st Willow Grove pet. 4 oo
J. S. LeIIew , same and return 6 oo
Lyman Miller , same 4 oo
E.J.Wilcox , clerk 4 oo
A. R. Clark , same 4 oo
C. A. Wardclerk , 2d Willow Grove pet. 4 oo
F. D. Burgess , same 4 oo
M. Yager , judge 4 oo
W. F. Vogt , same 4 oo
Alden Ely , same 4 oo
D. Kendall , judge,3d Willow Grove pet. 3 oo
J. C. Predmore , same 3 oo
George Nicholson , same 3 oo
E. J. Mitchell , clerk 3 oo
C. I. Hall , same 3 oo
G. W. Starr , judge , 3d Willow Grove pet. 4 oo
J. H. Dwyer , same 4 oo
J. P. Notley , same 4 oo
Abner Clark , clerk 4 oo
A. W. Utter , same 4 oo
School Dtst.No.l6 , use bldg. for election 2 oo
21 , same 200
! " " 42. same , claim 3 , all'd 2 50
s 51same 200
82same i 50
C. F. Waterman , use of hall and janitor
hire for election 4 oo
C. W. Hodgkin , use of building putting
up booths and lights 2 oo
C. F. Babcock , use of office for election 5 oo
Mrs. V. L. Ballew , use of sample room
for election 5 00
A. Hammond , putting up booths and
light 2 oo
S. T. Ridgeley , erecting and repairing
booths and diayage 375
M. E. llorner , making ballot boxes ,
booths and erecting booths 9 50
J. R. Neel. posting election notices and
delivering ballots 29 oo
I. M. Smith , serving subpoenas on elec
tion board 3 So
Stephen Belles , services as comm's'n'r. 10 60
James A. Robinson , same 23 60
Henry Crabtree , Same 21 60
And on county bridge fund levy ot 1898 , as
Burnett Lumber Co , lumber 54 70
Barnett Lumber Co. , lumber 27 43
George W. Cramer , bridge work I 50
C. A. Bedesame 7 50
James Jones , same 16 50
And on county load fund levy of 1898 , as
William Divine , road tax refunded i 11
John Clouse , new lay for road plow and
sharpening cutter 3 10
The following claims \vere examined and
on motion rejected :
Daniel Doyle , trip to McCook to correct
election returns 2 90
I. C. Kimball , same 2 90
James Robinson , same 2 90
George Mohler , same 290
James Kinghorn , same 2 90
J. M. Hammondsame 2 30
E. C. Goehring , same 2 30
A. G. Culbertson , same 2 30
Charles Ferris , same 2 30
Charles Wasson , same 230
On motion board adjourned to meet Novem
ber I9th , 1898. Attest : R. A. GREEN ,
McCook , Neb. , November 19,1898.
Board of county commissioners met pursu
ant to adjournment. Present , Stephen Belles
and Henry Crabtree , commissioners , and R.
A Green , county clerk. Minutes of last meet
ing read and approved.
The following claims- were audited and al
lowed and on motion clerk was directed to
draw warrants on count } ' general fund , levy
of 1898 , in payment thereof as follows :
T. F. Welborn & Son , fixtures for coun-
. tyjail 255
Barnett Lumber Co. , coal 15 95
And on county bridge fund levy , of 1898 , as
George C. Hill , lumber 64 50
A.Loid , nails 6 65
On motion board adjourned to meet Decem
ber 23rd. , 1898. Attest : R. A. GREEN ,
Daniel Crowe will take notice that on the
241)1 ) day of October , 1898 , II. II. Berry , a Jus
tice of the Peace in and for Willow Grove
precinct in Red Willow county , Nebraska , for
the sum of $2080 in an action pending befoie
him wherein Ezra T. Maddux is plaintilf and
Daniel Crowe is defendant , that money due
and unpaid the defendant and in the posses
sion of the Chicago , Burlington and Quincy
railroad company has been attached under an
order of attachment. Said cause was con
tinued to the I2th day of December , 1898 , ate
o o'clock a. m. central time. n-25-3ts.
EZRA T. MADDUX.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at McCook , Nebraska. Octo
ber 29 , 1898. Notice is hereby given 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 be made be
fore register or receiver at McCook , Neb , on
Saturday , December loth , 1898 , viz : Joseph
T. Sanders , Homestead entry No. 9985 , for the
E'A S Wtf and Wj S EX of section 4 , town
ship 4 , north of lange 30 west 6th P. M. He
names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon , and cultivation of ,
said land , viz : James Ryan , Thomas F. Ryan ,
John N. Smith and William H. Epperly , all
of McCook , Nebraska. F. M. RATHBUN ,
NOTICE TO LAND OWNERS.
KOAI ) NO. 330.
To Almon E. Davis , Harriet M. Davis , Stull
Brothers , Barbara Stevens , George Maisel , G.
W. Scott Eaton , D. C. Eaton and Mary E.
Johnston , and to all whom it may concern :
The Commissioner appointed to locate a road
commencing at sw of se sec 21 , township r ,
range 30 , in Grant precinct , Red Willow coun
ty , Nebraska , running thence north one mile ,
then east one-half mile , then north to the ne of
sec. 16 , all of township I , range 30 , w , has re
ported in favor of the location thereof as fol
lows , to-wit : Commencing at the sw cor. of
the se quarter of sec. 21 , thence n 14 deg. 30
min. , w 80 chains 15 links , thence n 77 deg. , e
18 chains , thence n / deg. 10 min , e 6 chains
50 links , thence n 46 deg. 25 min. , e 6 chains ,
thence south 67 deg. 20 min. , e 15 chains 50
links , thence n 77 deg. , e to ne cor. of said sec.
21 , thence n 14 deg. , w 80 chains 40 links , to
the nw cor. of sec. 15 , all in township one ( i ) ,
n , range thirty (30) ( ) , w of the sixth principal
meridian , in Red Willow county , Nebraska ;
and all objections thereto or claims for dam
ages must be filed in the county clerk's office
on or before noon of the 3ist day of December :
A. D. 1898 , or said road will be established
without reference thereto. R. A. GREEN ,
io-28-Sts. County Clerk.
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Late to bed and early to rise , prepares
a man for his borne in the skies. But .
earlto bed and a Little Karl } ' Riser , the
pill that makes life longer and better
and wiser. A. McMillen.
"Many have said their children would
have died of croup if Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy had not been given , " .
write Kellam & Ourren , druggists , Sea- :
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McCOOK , NEB.
JOHN E. KELLEY ,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
SSrApent ot Lincoln Land Co. Office
Rear of First National bank.
It Doesn't Cost a Cent.
"Poultry on the Farm for Profit , " is
the title of a series of articles now being
published in the Inter-state Poultryuian ,
of Tiffin , Ohio. The subscription price
of this practical poultry journal is fifty
cents a year , but it will cost the readers
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THE TRIBUNE , McCook , Neb.
Overcome evil with good. Overcome
your coughs and colds with One Minute
Cough Cure. It is so good children cry
for it. It cures croup , bronchitis , pneu
monia , grippe and all throat and lung
liseases. A. McMillen.
Tablets and Box Papers.
You will find a fine line of tablets and
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"I can't see how any family lives with-
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u a letter inquiring the price of a do/en
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BUS , BAGGAGE AND EXPRESS.
furniture van iij the
city. Office one block north of
BnniPtt Lumber Yard. Leave or
ders for bus calls at Commercial
hotel ; ordeis for drayiug at Ev-
erist , Marsh & Co.'s meat market.
F. B. BURGESS ,
McCOOK , NEBR.
Iron , Lead , and Sewer Pipe , Brass
Goods , Pumps , and Boiler Trimmings.
Agent for Halliday. Waupun , Eclipse
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taken for advertisements and job-work
J. B. BALLARD.
All dental work done at our office is
anteed to be first-class. We do all k nds guar nf
Crown , Bridge and Plate Work ! Drs
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McCOOK SURGICAL HOSPITAL , '
Dr. W. V. GAGE.
McCook , - - _
Office and Hospital over First National Bank
Office hours at residence , . ?
701 .Marsha ! Ave
l-efore 9 a. m. and after 6 p. m. '
HTMassage given in
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McCook Surgical Hospital.
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