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About The McCook tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 1886-1936 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 18, 1899)
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McCOOK , NEBR.
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C3 ? Upstairs in Meeker building.
C. H. BOYLE ,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
McCook , Nebraska.
Room 3 , Meeker-Phillips Bldg , Upstairs
H. P. SUTTON
McCOOK , NEBRASKA
JOHN E. KELLEY ,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
McCooK , NEBRASKA.
E ARent of Lincoln Land Co. Office-
Rear of First National bank.
J. B. BALLARD.
9 DENTIST. 9
All dental work done at our office is guar
anteed to be first-class. We do all kinds of
Crown , Bridge and Plate Work. Drs. I. B.
Taylor , assistant.
McCOOK SUHGICAL HOSPITAL ,
Dr. W. V. GAGE.
McCook. - - - Nebraska.
Office and Hospital over First National Bank.
Office hours at residence , 701 Marshall Ave. ,
l-efore 9 a. m. and after 6 p. m.
2 f Massage given in appropriate cases.
Miss AXNETTA BALL ,
McCook Surgical Hospital.
0. M. DUNCAN ,
Physician and Surgeon
All chronic dir-ases treated by electricity.
Lac. , .ittendant in office.
ST Office over the old Knipple store-room.
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Get your goods and please the clerk
Where all the house is cleansed from dirt ,
Where most good is done witli cash
And attaches are never rash ,
Where the clerks are always clean and neat ,
Give Everiht & Marsh your order for meat.
If you want to get your meat
Where everything is clean and neat ,
Where all goods will stand the test ,
Trade with Marsh A : Everist.
Go wheie the crowd all.seems to go ,
Where clerks wear aprons white as snow ,
Where the proprietors are not so slow ,
Where the ties of friendship grow ,
Where wind and dust don't seem to blow ,
Order of Everist , Marsh & Co.
Camp-meeting is still in progress.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. llupp were Lebanon
visitors , Sunday.
William Schmidt and Laura Gut were mar
ried in McCook , Tuesday. Here's to them.
Lebanon Methodists have already raised
over a thousand dollars with which to build a
new church , and expect to largely increase
that sum , and put up a fine house of worship.
The heavy floods of earlier in the summer ,
with the attendant loss of stock , decaying
animal and vegetable life , are doubtless re
sponsible for the unusual prevalence of fever
in the Beaver valley , just now.
The Lebanon team defeated the Norcatur
club , last Thursday , in a warm game of ball.
Pete Vancleave and Vern Rice of Wilsonville
composed the invincible battery for the home
team. The score was 14 to 6. This Thurs
day , the home team will play the Wilsonville
[ OFFICIAL UY AUTHORITY. ]
McCook , Neb. , August 15,1899.
Board of county commissioners met pursu-
int to adjournment. Present , James A. Robin
son , Henry Crabtree and Stephen Bollescom
missioners , W. R. Starr , county attorney , and
R. A. Green , county clerk. Minutes of previ
ous meeting read and approved.
The following damages by reason of the
location of the road herein after set forth ,
were examined by the board , and on motion
approved , and the overseers of road districts
where said road is located were directed to
pay the same out of any funds belonging to
said road districts , as by law directed , to the
ollowing persons , to-wit :
Road number 339 in road district number
Richard Burton , damages to S 14 SW
18 and N 'A NW
19-4-26 S35 oo
[ ames II.Theobold , damages to E X NE
19-4-26 10 oo
G. C. & II. J. Simmons , damages to S 'A
SE iSand W X NE 19-4-26 25 oo
It appearing to the board from the petition
of E. T. Davis and others and upon examin
ation , the board finds that the public good re
quires it , on motion the following road is es
tablished : Commencing at the southwest
of section thence due
corner 29-3-27 , running
west one mile to the northeast corner of sec
tion 36-3 28 , and terminating thereat , and
clerk is directed to notify overseers of high
ways to open said road , and also notify own
ers of land along said road to file claims for
damages caused by the location of said road
on or before noon of the 2jd day of October ,
1899 , or no further reference will be made
The following claims were audited and al-
owed and on motion clerk was instructed to
draw warrants on the county general fund ,
levy of 1899 , m payment thereof as follows :
State Journal Co. , statutes $50 oo
Barnett Lumber Co. , coal 3 25
A. P. Welles , medical services 60 oo
W. V. Gage , same 67 50
E. J. Mitchell , supplies 13 50
James McAdams , work on court house
per contract 200 oo
Jas. A. Robinson , sei vices as commis
sioner 45 90
Henry Crabtree , same 27 So
Stephen Belles , same 29 40
And on county bridge fund , levy of 1899 , as
Albert Brown , bridge work $2 oo
Charles Monday , same 5 oo
William Colling , same I oo
J. G. Ervin , same 2 oo
R. H. Thomas , same 6 oo
James Nutt , same 2 oo
George Cramer , same 3 oo
James Toner , same 2 oo
A. B. Rowe , same I 50
John Fiechter , same i 25
Henry Barton , same 17 25
R. W. White , nails 3 65
T. F. Welborn , spikes 2 40
George C. Hill , lumber 102 96
Barnett Lumber Co. , same I 05
Barnett Lumber Co. , same 49 02
Barnett Lumber Co. , same 35 09
And on county road fund , levy of 1899 , as
William McCallum , road tax refunded. Si 88
W. B. Downs same 45
Ed Ervin , same 66
The following claims were audited and on
motion allowed on the fund donated by the
city of McCook , to aid in the construction of
the county court house , and the clerk instruct
ed to draw on said fund in payment thereof
as follows :
Burton Selby , work on court house S ? 50
George Hoffman , same 2 25
John LeHew , same 1542
E. J. Cain , same 2 25
E. Kenneth Welles , same 4 62
Louis Kalb , same 5 10
Cooper Rider , same 4 oo
R. McDonald , same 32 70
Geo. B. RSttenhouse , same 8 25
James Shepherd , same 3 38
W. J. Porter , hauling brick , sand and
lumber 15 75
R. M. Osborn , hauling brick and lime. . S 35
James McAdams , work on court house. 64 8S
James McAdams , brick 141 75
On motion board adjourned to meet August
2ist , 1899.
Attest : R. A. GREEN , County Clerk.
LADIE'S ' Friend
and Pennyroyal Pills brinf *
menstruation to the day.
Npver fail. No Fain ; No
box ; 2 boxes cure any
cae , no matter as to cause
Halm's Pharmacy ,
Onialia , - Nebranka
Yellowstone National Park.
The park season is nearly over only
another month remains. Those who
figure on visiting it this year must decide
at once. The liurlington's Yellowstone
Park book 32 pages , 28 illustrations
contains just the information the tourist
needs. It tells how to reach the park
what the trip costs how long it takes
what there is to see and how to see it.
Sent free on request.
The tour of Yellowstone Park is the
finest outing trip in all the world. A
week among its geysers , ] akeSt canons
and boiling springs is an experience that
cannot be duplicated anywhere else on
the globe. 2ts
J. FRANCIS , General Pass. Agt ,
Omaha , Neb.
A free and easy expectoration is pro
duced by a few doses of Ballard's Horehound -
hound Syrup , in all cases of hoarseness ,
sore throat , or difficulty of breathing.
Price 25 and 50 cts. at McConnell &
National Encampment , at Philadelphia.
The lowest rates of the year about
one fare for the round trip will be made
for the National Encampment of the G.
A. R. at Philadelphia. * Selling dates ,
September I , 2 and 3. Return limit ,
September 3oth. Rate is open to the
As usual the veterans and their friends
will lake the Burlington Route , avoid
ing change of depots in Chicago and se
eming for themselves the special advant
ages in the way of fast time and through
car service which that railroad offers.
Special G. A. R. train for Philadel
phia leaves Omaha 5 p. m. , Saturday ,
September ad. Sleeping , dining and
free reclining chair cars. Berths can be
reserved now. See local ticket agent
and ask him about rates , routes and
trains. Or , if } ou wish , write to J.
Francis , General Passenger Agent , Oma
ha Neb. .
Tribune Clubbing List.
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THE TRIBUNE , McCook , Neb.
NOTICE TO LAND OWNERS.
ROAD NO. 340.
To J. E. Seeley , Permelia King. George F.
Uurt , Sarah J. Jones and to all whom it may
The board of county commissioners has es-
: abhshed and ordered opened a road commencing _ -
mencing at the southwest corner of section
[ 29) ) twenty-nine in Indianola precinct , Red
Willow county , Nebraska , running thence
due west one mile and _ terminating at the
northeast corner of section 36-3-28 , and all ob-
iections thereto or claims for damages must
be filed in the county clerk's office on or beFore -
Fore noon of the 23d day of October , A. D.
1899 , or said road will be established without
reference thereto. R. A. GREEN ,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at McCook , Neb. August 16 ,
1899. Notice is hereby given that the follow
ing-named settler has hied notice of his inten
tion to make final proof in support of his
claim , and that said proof will be made before
the register or receiver of U. S. Land Office
at McCook , Nebraska , on Saturday , October
' , 1890 , viz : Joseph E. Nelms , H. E. No. 10430
or the NE X sec. 31 , T. 6 N R. 27 W. He
names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon and cultivation of ,
said land , viz : Milan W. Quick , William B.
Whittaker , John Engstrom and Charles Wal
lace , all of Quick. Neb.
8-iS-6ts F. M. RATHBUN , Register.
SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION.
In the District Court of Red Willow county ,
The State of Nebraska to John Neitzel ,
Barbara Neitzel , his wife _ , J. E. Seeley , Mary
Pulliam.Elja Pulliam , Willie Pulliam , a minor ,
Jennie Pulliam , a minor , and Laura Pulliam , a
minor , heirs of Robert J. Pulliam , deceased ,
You , and each of you , are hereby notified
that you have been sued , together with George
Maisel and Regina Maisel , his wife , as codefendants
fendants , by Cornelia T. Bryan and Lewis F.
Eaton , as executors of the last will and testa
ment of David Bryan , deceased , as plaintiffs ,
in the District Court of Red Willow county ,
Nebraska , and that on or before the 4th day
of September , 1899 , you must answer the peti
tion of said plaintiffs now on file in the office
of the clerk of said court , wherein plaintiffs
pray for a decree of said court foreclosing a
mortgage given by defendants John Neitzel
and Barbara Neitzel , bis wife , to David Bryan
( now deceased ) , dated September 1st , 1893 ,
now owned by plaintiffs , and covering the
following described real estate situated in
Red Willow"ccuntv , Nebraska , to-wit : The
southwest quarter of section 10 , in township 4
north , range 27 , west of the 6th P. M.
Said petition further prays that the rights ,
titles and interests of said defendants be de
termined and settled , and that said land be
appraised and sold , according to law , and
that the proceeds arising from such sale be
applied , first , in payment of the costs of said
action and of sale ; second , in payment of the
full amount due plaintiffs on the indebtedness
secured by said mortgage , with all interest
thereon ; that from and after confirmation of
such sale the defendants to this action , and
all of them , be forever barred and foreclosed
of and from all right , title , interest , Hen , claim
and equity of redemption of , in or to said
land , and every part thereof.
Unless you answer said petition , as afore
said , the statements and allegations therein
contained will be taken as true , and a decree
will be rendered by said court as therein
Witness mv hand and the seal of said court ,
by me affixed , this 24th day of July , 1899.
[ SEAL ] G. C. BOATMAN ,
Clerk of the District Court of Red
Willow county , Nebraska.
Pulsifer & Alexander ,
Concordia , Kansas ,
Attorneys for Plaintiffs.
( First published in THE McCooK TRIBUNE ,
July 28,1899. )
ADDITIONAL RAILROAD NEWS.
W. S. Brink i * the new switchman on
the list , this week.
O. D. Keith and wife are enjoying a
visit in Denver and the mountains.
Conductor B. L. McCarl enjo3ed a lay
off of a few dajs visiting in Omaha , fore
part of the week.
Walter Clark has gone over to St.
Francis to work for the company and
will likely be gone for a month.
Alex. St. Clair , formerly employed on
this division , was shaking fins with the
boys at headquarters , this week.
Dispatcher R. B. Simmons and two of
the children went down to Omahu ,
Wednesday night , on a short visit to his
COURT HOUSE NbWS.
License to marry was granted William
Schmidt and Lana Gut , Tuesday. They
were married by the county judge at the
St. Charles hotel , the same day. The
happy couple came from the Lebanon
In the case of the State of Nebraska
vs. C. C. Smith on complaint of William
Brandt , the defendant plead guilty and
WBS fined $2 and costs.
Cut this out and paste it in your hat :
To keep the flies off the cattle , take coal
tar , two parts , and coal oil and greece
one part each , and mix with a small
amount of carbolic acid. Apply with a
cloth by moistening the hair and horns
with the liquid. In the applications in
clude the feet and legs , and it will drive
every fly away. One application will
last ten days or more in dry weather.
Apply as often as necessary and your
cows will be entirely free from flies of
all kinds. Any kind of old lard or grease
can be used.
Where the digestion is good , and the
general powers of the system in a
healthy state , worms can fine no habita
tion in the human body. White's Cream
Vermifuge not only destroys every worm ,
but corrects all derangements of the di
gestive organs. Price 25 cts. at McCon
nell & Berry's.
The following letters were advertised
by the McCook postoffice on August nth :
T. A. Brown , Miss L. Johnson ,
John Brown , Bud Jamison ,
Homer Perry , Mac Sweeney ,
Paul Wood , Mrs. Hosier ,
Christ E. Zuchler ,
Mrs. Flora Schroyer.
In calling for any of these letters , please
say that they are advertised.
F. M. KIMMEM. , Postmaster.
Blotches and excresences , which so
often annoy people , are simply efforts of
nature to throw off impediments to the
proper performance of her duties. Her
bine will aid and assist nature in her
work , and ensure a skin clear and beau
tiful , entirely free from all imperfections.
Price 50 cts. at McConnell & Berry's.
The postoffice department is contem
plating the introduction of a new form
of postal money order. It will be made
to conform to the size of an ordinary
bank check , and the marginal figures
heretofore printed on the order will no
longer be used. A receipt will also be
given the remitter at the time of the
purchase of the order. The new form
will be much more convenient for hand
ling by the people and the banks , and
will be introduced about September isth ,
Kate Beudewald and Celia Wagner are
both sufferers from typhoid fever. Both
were late employes of the Commercial
house , and were taken ill while there. A
son of W. A. Kipp is also affected simi
Wireless telegraph , chainless bicycles ,
boneless ham. First thing we know we
shall have hairless butter. We already
have cowless milk.
Stayner's drum corps will go down to
Wymore , next Tuesday , on contract , to
play there during reunion on the 22d ,
23d and 24th.
there are thousands of wo
men who nearly suffer death
from irregular menses. Some
times the "period" comes too
often sometimes not often
enough sometimes the flow is
too scant , and again it is too
profuse. Each symptom shows
that Nature needs help , and
that there is trouble in the or
gans concerned. Be careful
when in any of the above con
ditions. Don't take any and
every nostrum advertised to
cure female troubles.
JL7iVfiiJ.fi. IJL-JLis < u
is the one safe and sure
medicine for irregular or pain
ful menstruation. It cures all
the ailments that are caused by
irregularity , fiuch as leucorrhoea -
rhoea , falling of the womb ,
nervousness ; pains in the head ,
back , breasts , shoulders , sides ,
hips and limbs. By regulating
the menses so that they occur
every twenty-eighth day , all
those aches disappear together.
Just before your time comes ,
get a bottle and see how much
good it will do you. Druggists
sell it at $ i.
Send for oar free book , "Perfect
Health for Women. "
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P $ Just what you want for hot
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