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SEVENTEENTH YEAR McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA. FRIDAY EVENING. APRIL 7 , 1899. NUMBER 4T
The Republicans Win.
The city election passed off very qui
ly , Tuesday , the entire Republican tic !
" safe . 1
"being elected by pluralities.
exciting element in the elect :
the interest taken by the ladies
the afternoon in the selection of me
Tiers of the school board. This but adc
to the pluralities of the Republican no
"inees for those positions. The vote
'detail was as follows :
FIRST WARD MAYOR.
J. E. Kelley , Republican 188-
U. J. Warren , Citizens 121
C. I. Hall , Republican 160-
J. B. Taylor , Citizens 143.
J. J. Garrard , Republican 203
J. N. Purvis , Citizens 104
H. P. Sutton , Republican 199-
C. H. Meeker , Citizens 106
"NV. S. Perry , Republican 192-
D , C. Marsh , Citizens 117
BOARD OK EDUCATION.
A. Campbell , Republican 218-1
Mrs. E. E Utter , Citizens 93
"W. F. Lawson , Republican 217- ]
' . .Mrs. A. J. Clute , Citizens 93
-A gainst lee
SECOND WARD MAYOR.
jf. E. Kelley , Republican 114
fj. J. Warren , Citizens 82
'C. I. Hall , Republican too
X B. Taylor , Citizens 96
3. J. Garrard , Republican 125
J. N. Purvis , Citizens 74
'H. P. Sutton , Republican 123
C. H. Meeker , Citizens 73
"R. M. Osborn , Republican 125
"V. D. Selby , Citizens 73
BOARD OF EDUCATION.
-A , Campbell. Republican 122
3klrs. E E. Utter , Citizens 71
W. F. Lawson , Republican 122
"Mrs. A. J. Clute , Citizens 71
Five votes more than the uecessa
three-fifths to carry the bond propo
Uion were cast. Of a total of 445,2
vwere required and 272 received.
jSaby Wardrobe Patterns.
'Twenty-seven patterns for differe
articles in long clothes with full ai
complete directions for making sam
showing necessary materials , sent pos
ipaid for 250 in stamps. Fifteen patter
of short clothes 250 or both for 40
" * 'Information to Mothers" sent free wi
each order. Address Downey Patte
Co. , Butler , Indiana.
Says He Is a Pop.
A Daubury friend sends us the folio
ing card in response to an invitation
"become a TRIBUNE reader and su
"i am a pop of the first water to hi
svith your black abilition paper i an
reader of the Courier the best paper
JRedwillow Co. "
The following letters were advertisi
Iby the McCook postoffice on April 2
D. H. Henry , Emil Eberling ,
W. B. Stotes , J. Melliug.
In calling for any of these letters , plea
say that they are advertised.
F. M. KiMMELL , Postmaster.
School of Instruction.
It Commencing on April loth and co
Winning two days and two nights , J. 4
"Tulleys of Red Cloud , grand custodia
-A. F. & A. M. , will hold a Mason
school of instruction in McCook , inloc
Eggs for Hatching.
WMB BVaMB %
1 v/ill sell a few sittings from my big
- scoring pen of White Plymouth Rod
-specially mated by Judge Hewes. Eg |
I $2.00 per 13. D. CuLLEN ,
610 Monroe St. , McCook , Neb.
The Ladles Circle.
The Ladies circle , G. A. R. , will me
5n regular session , Saturday , April 8th ,
a'o'clock , in the Odd Fellow hall.
MRS. ELLEN UTTER , President.
Miss BLANCHE STARR , Secretary.
Almost Lost a Leg.
Tred Baughn , of the Morlan ranc'
. almost lost a leg , Monday , by falling c
of plow. His leg was terribly cut , bi
5ie is getting along very nicely * at th
The time for fresh paint is in tl
spring. The best spring for it is th
spring. Eevey gallon guaranteed.
S-W P means Sherwin-Williams Pail
best to cover best to wear. Sold t
L , . W. MCCONNEM. & Co.
MOVEMENTS OF THE PEOPLE.
A. BARNETT was in Lincoln on b
ness , Monday.
J. W. DOLAN of Indianola had busin
with us , Monday.
C. A. LEACH is visiting at the
home at Germantown , this week.
Miss MYRTLE MEYER returned fr
her Denver visit , early in the week.
ED. MUNTZ of Cambridge was
guest of friends in the city , Saturday
MRS. F. M. KIMMELL and Schellwt
down to Hastings , this morning , or
JOHN GARBER and family moved bite
to their former home in Red Cloud ,
first of this week.
MRS. J. F. KKNYON and Master D
returned home , Tuesday night , fr
their visit to Iowa.
W. M..HINDMAN. one of the Beave
successful farmers , was-in the com
seat , Monday , on business.
JUDGE G. W. NORRIS passed throti
the city , Monday , on his way to Ha ;
Center , to hold district court.
CLEL POPE departed , last night on
for Albia , Indiana , being summoned
the bedside of a sister who is very ill.
H. H. TAUTSCH went down to Plat
mouth , Tuesday morning on 12 , to spe
i week there visiting relatives a
Miss MAUDE CORDEAL went up
Denver , Monday night on 3 , in t
furtherance of her musical education a
MRS. NELLIE GUILD , a sister of M
A. . P. Thomson , arrived from Otnal
Tuesday night , and will visit the The
; on family for a few weeks.
Miss INEZ YOUNG came down frc
ulbertson , Friday evening last , to h <
the Teunesseeans and make a brief vi
ivith her sister , Mrs. Clara Harbison.
DR. J. A. GUNN went down to Gene
ast Friday night , to perform an ope
: ion for appendicitis on a nephew at tl
place. He returned home on Mend
COURT HOUSE NEWS.
Licenses to mary have been issued
lie following parties since- our last
) ort :
Henry Kern and Mrs. Christina Kei
joth of McCook.
John Fitchtner and Louisa Tilgm
joth of McCook.
Confession of judgment has been fil
n the county court , this week , in t
: ase of Paxton-Gallagher Co. vs. Mart
Jarber et al.
The following cases have been filed
he district court , this week :
Kate B. Piper vs. Morley E. Pip
John B. Meserve vs. Wm. Brumer
Walter E. Corwin vs. Mary Corwi
Walter E. Corwin vs. Edward Farn
: t al. Equity.
Edward A. Reed as executor vs. t
> nzo E. Crosby et at. Ebuity.
Michael O'Leary vs. Jessie O'Ler.i
The March mortgage record is as f <
ows : Farm mortgages filed , $18,020 ]
eleased , $31,004 07. City filings , $2,3
13 ; releases , $7,556. Chattel filings , $2 ;
197 35 ; releases , $22,142 09.
THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS.
Albert Berry is out of school , tl
? eek , on account of sickness.
Jessie and Ethel Pope arrived horn
Saturday night , from their Lincoln vis
if last week.
LilHe Burnett returned home , Sail
lay night on 3 , from visiting her aunt
vincoln over the spring vacation.
Miss Daisy Jackson brought to a hap ]
lose , last Friday , her term of school
listrict 16 "Driftwood. " There was i
njoyable literary program of merit 1
he children , and the patrons came t
; ether on the occasion and had a bask
[ inner in the school-house , which w
substantial feast of good things , to 1
Rev. E. O. Taylor of Chicago will d
iver temperance lectures in our city t
iaturday , Sunday and Monday evening
ipril 15 , 16 and 17. These services wi
> e union in character. The reverer
entleman will handle his subjects sc
ntifically. Full particulars , nest wee !
S-W P means Sherwin-Williams Pail
-best to cover best to wear. Sold t
, . W. McCoNNBM , & Co.
Stove wood to "burn" at Bullard's.
The Greatest of Them All.
Easter has properly come to be
greatest of all Christian festivals , ma
ing as it does , the most gladsome i
significant fact in the Christian religi
The risen Lord is the imperial faith
transcendent hope of the world ; he ;
the significance and appropriateness
all this post-Lenten joy , which fii
pious , joyous and artistic expression
special services , in song , in flowt
And they who see not beyond the poi
and circumstance of the day , beyc
charm and fragrance of flowers , i
sweet harmony of song , and the creati <
of the modiste and milliner , fail signa
of reaching the altitude of soul to wh
the occasion should inspire them. N
ure was in a particularly happy moi
Sunday , and gave her bright , wa
smile of approval to the celebratu
which were held in the various churcl
of the city , being attended by overflc
ing audiences everywhere.
There was an added element in t
services at the Congregational church
the presence of the members of St. Jo
Couimandery , Knights Templar , in
body , in full uniform and insignia
rank , and the Sir Knights and othi
present filled the audience room a
parlor of the church to the limit.
For simple beauty and appropriatem
the decorations were charming and call
forth many expressions of delight. E >
ter lilies , and a great variety and profi
ion of potted plants and cut flowi
transformed the pulpit into a perfi
bower of floral beauty ; while pott
plants of man } ' varieties and fragra
loveliness were scattered all over t
church with artistic effect. A cross
gold and white , and the joyous East
news , "Christ is Risen , " done iu green
on the wall at the side of the pulp
made up the decorative effect.
Rev. J. W. Turner conducted the si
vices and delivered the sermon , whi
was an able , earnest effort.
The choir rendered an elaborate pi
gram of special music , "Christ our Pai
" "The Resurrectioi
over" by Shilling ,
by Shelley , and "Sing We Alleluia
Him" by Mrs. Carrie B. Adams , beii
among the numbers.
The collection lifted was set aside i
: ionie mission purposes , and was a ge
After the service at the church the J
Knights returned to their asylum , whe
in elegant dinner was spread , at whii
the pastor and wife and the members
Lhe choir were guests.
Among the visiting Sir Knights wei
A. . W. Hunt of Wilsonville , A. A. Tayl
af Cambridge , and C. S. McElherron
Republican City , all of whom were a
: onipanied by their wives.
Easter services at the Methodist chun
were largely attended. The pastor d
ivered an Easter sermon on the subje
jf "Victory. " with his usual earnestne
md effectiveness , dwelling on the victo
jver death achieved by the Redeemer
: he World , with power.
The Male quartet provided the speci
nusical programme of the occasio
which means that the musical feature
he service was artistic , appropriate at
The church was handsomely decorati
vith a variety and profusion of fiowei
jotted and cut , disposed over the chun
vith most attractive and entraucit
In the evening a Missionary couce
vas given. The offerings of the day we
; ery generous and were set aside ft
Evangelist J. W. Thompson occnpit
he pulpit at the Baptist church , preac ]
ng appropriate sermons on both mon
ng and evening occasions to good aud
The church was handsomely and elal
> rately decorated with potted plants , ci
lowers and evergreens.presenting a mo
ittractive appearance. "Christ is Risen
vas prettily wrought in gold on the wa
> ack of the pulpit , adding to the beaul
f the floral effects.
The choir presented a number of spei
al selections in fine stylegiving a joyoi
.ash of harmony to an altogether happ
ind impressive event.
Services at St. Patrick's were of tl
isual solemnity and attractivenes
ihere was an early service at 8 o'cloc
nd another later at 10:30. : At the lat <
ervice the children's choir sang , Mri
' . F. McKenna sang a solo and Re'
lickey delivered the sermon.
The altar was made even more attrac
ve and beautiful by a liberal display <
totted and cut flowers.
At the early service about 150 partic
tated in the communion.
A special musical instrument added (
he musical feature of the celebration <
he great festival of the church.
Easter services were conducted by I
pastor , Rev. W. F. Vogt , in the mornii
no effort being made at decoration
extra music. At this service a class
five was confirmed , a baptismal serv
bad , and the administration of conmii
ion given. The names of those c <
firmed are : Michael Bendewald , Ka
Ullrich , Katie Schlect , Katie Lesser a
After the regular services , Henry Kc
and Mrs. Christina Kern were united
marriage. In the afternoon the pasi
drove over to Herndon , Kansas , a
held services there on Monday.
The services were largely attended.
At St. Alban's the Sacrament of t
Holy Communion was administered
7:30 in the morning , Rev. Stoy offici
At the evening service , Rev. Stoy (
livered an excellent discourse approp
ate to the day. The choir sang as
offertory anthem , "He is Risen. "
The decorative efforts were simple , b
CITY CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS.
CATHOLIC Mass at S o'clock a. i
High mass and sermon at 10:30 , a. n
with choir. Sunday school at 2:30 p. 1
All are cordially welcome.
REV. J. W. HiCKEY , Pastor.
CHRISTIAN Bible school at 10 a. i
Preaching at ir. Junior Y. P. S. C. . '
at 3 and Senior Y. P. S. C. E. at 7 p. i
Evening sermon at 8 p. m. Auxilia
Df the Christian Woman's Board of Mi
sions meets the first Lord's day of eat
month. All are cordially invited.
T. P. BEALL , Pastor.
EPISCOPAL Sunday morning at n : >
a'clock , Morning Prayer and Litau
Sunday evening at 8:00 o'clock , Evenii
Prayer. Sunday-school at 10:00 : a. t
Friday evening lecture at 8:00 o'cloc
Holy communion the first Sunday
: ach month.
HOWARD STOY , Rector.
At the Red Willow M. E. appoii
nent , next Sunday , at 3 p. m , Re
3oyd of Indianola , Rev. H. H. Berry
McCook and other ministers will 1
present. A sermon will be preached ar
in after-meeting held. A full attendam
s desired. D. L. MATSON , Pastor.
, .CONGREGATIONAL Sunday-school
to. Preaching service at ir. SenL
Sndeavor at 7. Preaching service al
Prayer-meeting on Wednesday evenir
it 7:30 All are welcome. Morning su
ect , "The Bread of Life. " Evening su
ect , "Henry Drummond , Evaugelis
W. J. TURNER , Pastor.
METHODIST Sunday-school at loa.r
Preaching at II. Class at 12. Junit
weague at 2:30 ; Epworth League at
Preaching at 8. Prayer and Bible stuc
m Wednesday evening at 8 p. m. Mori
ng subject , "A Noble Life. " Evenir
subject , "The Cost to be a Christian.
The male quartette will sing. All a :
velcome. JAS. A. BADCON , Pastor.
BAPTIST Sunday-school at 10 a. 11
Preaching at n a. m. Junior Union at
> . m. Senior Union at 7. Gospel servh
it 8 p. m. Morning subject , "Obeyin
Christ. " Evening theme , "Launching
The ordinance of babtism will be ai
ninistered at the close of the uiornit
ervice. All are welcome.
T. L. KETMAN , Pastor.
The ladies of the Christian churc
erved lunch in the old Leach stan <
Saturday , with profitable results to tl
reasury of their society.
A Shakespeare reading aud musica'
dll be given in the Congregations
: hurch on Monday evening , April 241 !
iy local talent , which if carried out
onpemplated will be an interesting an
n trnctive event.
Rev. J. A. Badcon went up to Benke
ian , Tuesday morning , to marry tw
aughters of Mr. A. J. VanBuskirk <
hat place. The ceremony took place i
eon , Wednesday. Rev. Badcon wi
armerly pastor at that place.
On account of so many counter attrat
ions and the unsalubrious weather , la :
iaturday evening , the Easter Watei
jelon social by the Endeavor societ
as not accorded the patronage usuall
iven affairs of the society , and whic
liis one also merited.
The Tennesseeans sang to a full an
ppreciative house at the opera hal
ist Friday evening. It is the genen
erdict that they are "better than eve'f ,
rhich means that they put up a splendi
nd enjoyable entertainment iu the mus
: al line. They appeared under EpwortL
in auspices to the profit of the League
Tfte Nebraska Wesleyan Quartet wil
ppear iu the Congregational church o :
IB evening of Monday , April i7th. G. J
reland , whistler , A. Roy Israel , impel
juator , will assist the Quartet , whicl
omes highly recommended. This Quai
; t gave a most satisfactory entertain
lent in our city , last season , and the ;
remise to even more highly entertai :
nd delight their audience , this yeat
hey will appear under the Endeavo
Loar's wall paper line is complete am
RAILROAD NEWS ITEMS.
James Mogee is now day operator
Mrs. F. S. Curry visited a sister
Benkelman. this week.
Mrs. H. A. Beale was a Hastings \
itor , close of last week.
A. A. Bates and J. H. Patterson w
out west hunting , Monday.
Yardmaster Pete Carty was an Indii
ola visitor , one day this week.
D. J. Best went up to Wray , Colorai
on i this morning , on a short visit.
Trainmaster Kenyon is preparing
put a new shingle roof on his residen
Mrs. W. O. Simons was up from (
ford , early in the week , on a short vii
Mrs. A. L. Knowland indulged in
short visit to Denver , early in the pres <
Brakeman C. W. Deweyand Brakeni
D. P. Crowe are on the sick-list , t
Supt. Campbell went in to Chicaj
Wednesday morning , on business of 1
Trainmaster Josselyu was up from (
cans , Saturday , making a trip to Dt
; er on Sunday.
Dennis Cullen went up to Trentc
Tuesday , on a short visit pertaining
Brakeman C. V. Kerr relieved Fls
nan Barney , who is down in Lincoln <
L visit to relatives.
City Treasurer Zell of Denver accoi
> anied Supt. Campbell on his trip
Chicago , this week.
Asst. Supt. Harris was do\vn fro
) enver over Sunday , attending servic
rith the Sir Knights.
George Enoch returned , latter part
ast week , from an extended visit
Jreen Bay , Wisconsin.
Fred McManigal returned home , Su
lay night , from spending a week up
Senkelma'n , duck hunting.
Mrs. S. E. Callen and Mrs. Ed. Beyr
irent up to Trenton , Tuesday , on a vise
o relatives and friends.
Mrs. F. L Delaware departed , tli
reek , for Shell Rock , Iowa , where s'
, -ill make her future home.
Walter Duffey and Ora Hendric
ought the festive duck in the weste
iart of the state , first of the week.
G. R. Johnson , A. B. Wood and R.
Jarlton went down to Hastings , tl
norning , to see "The Devil's Auction
Mrs. Anna Clary , Mrs. Robert Saye
nd Miss Anna Sepmeyer went down
lastings , Wednesday on 6 , on a litt
Brakeman Chris. Rasser , who has bet
isiting his parents at Red Cloud for tl
ast two weeks , returned to work (
Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Carmichael a
ere from Franceville Junction , Col
ado , guests of her parents , Mr. and Mi
, A. Snyder.
J. E. Robison , late agent at Waunet
5 now occupying a position at E
! reek , South Dakota , just across fro
ioux City , Iowa.
Conductor L. E. Gilcrest and Di
atelier W. B. Mills were duck huntit
bout Barr and Brush , Wednesday at
hursday of this week.
Roadniaster T. A. Wilburn of R
loud and Roaduiaster S. S. Frcdericl
f Akron wers at headquarters on Satu
ay last , on official business.
Mrs. J. H. McManigal has been ovi
t Norcatur , Kansas , since the close t
ist week , nursing her son Will , who h :
ecu sick at that place , where he
perating for the company.
Conductor G. C. Mason was do\v
om Holyoke to attend the Raster se
ices with St. John conunandcry of th
ty , and improved the opportunity 1
isit oldtiuie friends at headquarters.
R. A.Hagberg aud H.P.Suttou bagge
fine lot of ducks in the neighborhoo
"Benkelman , early in the week. The
rought home with them the large ;
tooting seen in the city in many moon :
Conductor Mose Carmony returnei
st Saturday night , from his trip t
idiaua. He says that spring is slo1
ick there in making its appcaranci
id that it has been stormy and wet an
Pay Your Dog Tax.
Notice is hereby given all owners c
) gs to call on the city clerk and pn
) g tax. It is hoped that all who hav
tluable or prized dogs will be prouij
< comply with the city ordinancewhic
ill be enforced vigorously.
Eu. JORDAN , Marshal.
MINOR ITEMS OF NEWS.
Don't fail to see Loar's wall paper.
HOUSE FOR RENT Inquire of W. O.
Colonel Comfort's maiden effort wasn't
so warm either.
Your prescriptions will receive careful
attention at Loar's.
Tom Bales had the misfortune to lose
his pension voucher , yesterday.
When you want the best lence you go
to Bullard's and get the Elwood.
A few remnants of wall paper at re
duced prices at McMillen's , the druggist.
Prices that surprise ; values that tell ;
at McMillen Bros. ' harness and saddlerv.
The "White Man's Burden" is self-
imposed , so far as Uncle Sam is con
No matter how high your chickens
score , Bullard's poultry netting wili
The quality is good and the price is
right on Bullard's carpet paper. Get it
when you clean house.
Yon will be glad if you do. and sorry
if you don't , buy your harness and sad
dles from McMillen Bros.
S-W P means Sherwin-V.'illiatus Paint
best to cover best to wear. SoW by
L , . W. MCCONNELL & . CO.
Captain Eli at the Coagre alieaai
rhurch again , tonight. Go laugh and
DC instructed by the old sea dog.
Election is over and noboov cares 50
eng as they can buy a hose repair at S.
H. Cochran & Co.'s for 5 cents.
Beautiful \\all paper contributes crack
o happy homes. McMillen's wallpapers
: ontribute much to beautiful walls.
Of course we are sorry to have to re-
nind you , at this season of the year ,
hat Bullard's is the place to buv coal.
Many McCook homes % \il ! be iotpreved
ind added to during the comiiig season.
iVe look for quite an era of improvcaent.
There are easier men in McCook t *
lefeat for councilman than \V. S. Ferry ,
) ut there are no better men for tbe
Paint is to a house what clothing is to
he body. It is just as important. Mc
Millen guarantees every gallon of patst
And Colonel Comfort is a prophet is-
leed : Did he not forecast the election c-f
he entire Republican ticket5 Well , I
juess yes !
Remember Bullard when you want
mrbed wire , hog wire and all kinds ot
ence posts. They have a full > tock atvl
t is for sale. "Nufsed" .
If you are going to fence , call and sec
is. We have everything in the > hapc oJ
'osts , Wire , Wire Fencing and Fonltrv
setting. BARNETT LVMBER Co.
Eternal vigilance is the price of lib it %
> ut you can buy a lawn sprinkler at S
J. Cochran & Co.'s for 25 cents. Tbev
iave them at from 25 cents up to ft 50
We are about to say that those Invra
no wers at SM. . Cochran & Co.'s are out
if sight , but they are not tbcy will
ake pleasure in showing you their UrKC
election. Prices are low , from 3 to Jn.
Duality is the highest.
FOR SALE 13 head of cows sa l o c
horoughbred Short Horn bull , coming
wo years old. Half of cows have calves
ud the rest will be fresh soon. Fricc
30. Call on or address ,
S. C. BENEDICT , Culbcrtsoa.
I bought my house bill of the
; ETT LUMBER Co. , because I couUl get
jst what I wanted. They have the laryr-
st and best stock of lumber of all kinds
3 be found anywhere , nml thcii fvoat
oors can't be beat. Look at thcii stock
ud be convinced.
Aguinaldo is about ready to owt , * !
3 are the people who linvc been thvnV-
tg of sending away tYvr their hose. Mnce
icy have been iu their stoic ami seen
; ie Inrgc stock of garden hose kept l > v
.M. Cochran & Co , who are < mris j :
ecryboily by the rctnorkaMy U'\\ price
icy nre selling the best 5-ply ho e l
The \Voivthcr Clerk authorise" * i "
unomice that spring is coming , though
little otV of s-chedulc time. < uul this re
liiuls us that S. M. CocUran & Co. ne
; ily asking 14 cents tor the l'cl 5-p\
nt-dcn hose. You should" l > nowe tor
iwu sprinkling the sea-ton it about t
ami. _ _
Now that the ladies have dU OMnl ot
of liatter bou
cts , the next question ot vital \mjvt I-
nee is the purchase of a gasoline -stove
tul by the way , there isn't stove on
ic market that excel * the "VjwicV.
leal" gasoline stove. Thev Uti\c nil
to the smaller ami
zes from the range
Whether you ate Yom
i all patterns.
and be shown.
tissouri or not , come
S. M. COCHKAN it Co.
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