The McCook tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 1886-1936, August 25, 1899, Image 8

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Comparing the sizes of toilet soaps with Ivory Soap ,
the Ivory Soap should cost four times as much as the
toilet soaps. It is exactly the reverse , and-when you
buy Ivory Soap you pay about one-fourth as much for it.
The best people use Ivory Soap for their toilet and
bath ; because of its purity , the effect upon the skin is
Box Elder Circuit.
Sunday-school at Box Elder church
every Sunday at 10 a.m. Church services
at ii a. in. every two weeks dating from
Sunday. Dec. 4. Sunday-school at Gar
den Prairie appointment every Sunday
at 10 a. 111. Preaching at u a. in. every
two weeks dating from Dec. n. Preach
ing service at Spring Creek at 3 p. in.
every two weeks dating from Dec i r.
D. L. MATSON , Pastor.
Five Cents a Copy !
That's the remarkably low price at
which we are closing out the remainder
of our Navy Portfolios , those superb
pictures of our splendid and victorious
navy. You can buy the entire series of
twelve numbers for' 50 cents. This is
less than half price , and they are only a
few sets left.
Monarch Bicycles
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Sand for Catalogue Agents wanted in open territory
Halsied and Fulton Sis. . CHICAGO " Church and P.cadc Sts. , NEW YORK
Beware of the Doctors' ' There is not the slightest doubt that the
doctors do more harm than good in treating
Contagious Blood Poison ; many victims of
Patchwork You Can this loathsome disease would be much better
; off to-day if they had never allowed them
selves to be dosed on mercury and potash , the
Cure Yourself at Home only remedies which the doctors ever give for
, blood poison.
The doctors are wholly unable to get rid of
this vile poison , and only attempt to heal up the outward appearance of the
disease the sores and eruptions. This they do by driving the poison into the
system , and endeavor to keen it shut in with their constant doses of potash
and mercury. The mouth and throat and other delicate parts then break out
into sores , and the fight is continued indefinitely , the drugs doing thesystem
more damage than the disease itself.
Mr. H. L. Myers , 100 Mulberry St. , Newark , N. J. , says : 'I had spent a
hundred dollars with the doctors , when I realized that
they could do me no prood. I had large spots all over my
bcdy , and these soon broke out into running sores , and I
endured all the suffering which this vile disease pro
duces. I decided to try S. S. S. as a last resort , and was
soon greatly improved. 1 followed closely your 'Direc
tions for Self-Treatment/ the large splotches on my
chest began to grow paler and smaller , and before long
disappeared entirely. I was soon cured perfectly and my
skin has been as clear as glass ever since. I cured my
self at home , after the doctors had failed completely. "
It is valuable time thrown away to expect the doctors
to cure Contagious Blood Poison , for the disease is be
yond their skill. Swifts Specific
acts in an entirely different way from potash and mercury it forces the
poison out of the system and gets rid of it entirely. Hence it cures the
disease , while other remedies only shut the poison in where it lurks forever ,
-constantly undermining the constitution. Our system of private home treat
ment places a cure within the reach of nil. We give all necessary medical ad-
jvice , free of charge , and save the patient the embarrassment of publicity.
iAYrite for full information to Swift Specific Co. , Atlanta , Ga.
"IJolovod , lot UH love EU well ,
Our work hnll Btill IMS better for our love ,
And fetill our love bo sweater for our work.
With gratitude and appreciation we
extend our sincere thanks to the editor
of TH TRIBUNE for giving us space in
his paper , to help further and promote
the welfare of the temperance cause.
Below we present a few of the many
facts that should encourage our workers
and enlighten those who are yet asleep
to the great good that prohibition is pro
Over a thousand pledges against drink
and gambling have been taken at the
Manchester ( England ) Central hall Sat
urday-night concerts during the past
Forty-five counties in prohibition Kan
sas possessing poor houses and farms are
without a single pauper , and in seven
counties there were no criminals for trial
in the district court.
Reading "In His Steps" has resulted
in the formation of the Sheldon Broth
erhood at King's Cross , England. One
of their duties is to aquaint themselves
with every aspect of the drink question
and to oppose the traffic in every possi
ble way.
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If the resolutions that are being passed by
the great assemblies regarding the canteen
system and President McKinley's responsibil
ity theiefor will be followed very substan
tially , that gentleman will hear something
drop in 1900. It remains to be seen from
these results whether the forces of evil are
stronger than those for good.
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An up-to-date temperance lecture by Rev.
John Duke McFaden of Carleton , Nebraska ,
"A saloon keeper advertises for able-bodied
men to unload schooners. " This lecture
shows what men unload in unloading schoon
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The members of St. Monica's Holy Trinity
society for the suppression of intemperance
have petitioned Mayor Harrison of Chicago ,
asking him to have removed from saloons all
so-called "ladies' " "
- entrance" and "family en
trance" signs. They state that they have
"grave and serious reasons for making the
appeal" as the signs are not only a reflection
upon women and the family , but act as a
snare to innocent persons.
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Our national president received a pressing
invitation from the mayor of Fargo , N. D. ,
for the delegates and visitors to the Seattle
convention to stop over Sunday in that flour
ishing city. "We will show you , " he said , ' 'a
growing town where not a drop of intoxicat
ing liquor can be found. " May we behold the
glory of still other cities such as the above.
Tribune Clubbing : List.
For convenience ot readers of THE TRIB
UNE , we have made arrangements with the
following newspapers and perotlicals whereby
we can supply them in combination with THE
TRIBUNE at the following very low prices :
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Detroit Free Press $ i oo 31 50
Leslie's Weekly 4 oo 3 oo
Prairie Farmer oo 125
Chicago Inter-Ocean Oo 135
Cincinnati Enquirer. oo 150
New-York Tribune co I 25
Demorest's Magazine oo 175
Toledo Blade oo 125
Nebraska Farmer 00 150
Iowa _ Homestead oo i 45
Lincoln Journal oo 175
Campbell's Soil-Culture oo 150
New-York World oo I 65
Omaha Bee oo ' 150
Cosmopolitan Magazine 00 I So
St. Louis Republic oo i 75
Kansas City Star 25 115
Nebraska Dairyman and Up-
to-Date Farmer 50 125
Kansas City Journal , weekly. 25 I 15
Kansas City Journal , daily. . . 4 oo 4 20
We are prepared to fill orders for any other
papers published , at reduced rates.
THE TRIBUNE , McCook , Neb.
ROAD NO. 340.
To J. E. Seeley , Permelia King , George F.
Burl , Sarah J. Jones and to all whom it may
The board of county commissioners has es
tablished and ordered opened a road com
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
jections thereto or claims for damages must
be filed in the county clerk's office on or be
fore noon of the 2-d day of October , A. D.
1809 , or said road will be established without
reference thereto. R. A. GREEN.
8-i8-4ts. County Clerk.
Land Office at McCook , Neb. August 16 ,
1899. Notice is hereby given that the follow
ing-named settler has filed 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
7,1890 , viz : Joseph E. Nelms , H. E. No. 10430
for the NE X sec. 31 , T. 6 N R. 27 W. He
names the following" _ witnesses to prove his
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lace , all of QuickrNeb.
8-i8-6ts F. M. RATHBUN , Register.
By virtue of an order of sale , issued from
the District Court of Red Willow county , Ne
braska , under a decree in an action wherein
Lillian M. Pitney is plaintiff and Sidney
Dodge is defendant , to me directed and de
livered , I shall offer at public sale and sell to
the highest bidder for cash , at the east door
of Menard's hall in McCook , Red Willow
countv , Nebraska , on the 25th day of Septem
ber. 1899 , at the hour of I o'clock , p. m. , the
following described real estate , towit : The
east half of the northwest quarter and the
west half of the northeast quarter of section
twenty , township one , range twenty-nine , in
Red Willow county , Nebraska.
Dated this 2ist day of August , 1899.
J. R. NEEL , Sheriff.
C. II. Boyle , Plaintiffs Attorney.
By virtue of an order of sale , issued from
the District Court of Red Willow county , Ne
braska , under a decree in an action wherein
FredrSc Plasmeyer is plaintiff and Julia A.
Allen and Frank P. Allen are defendants , to
me directed and delivered , I shall offer at
public sale and sell to the highest bidder for
cash , at the east door of Menard's hall in Mc
Cook , Red Willow county , Nebraska , on the
2Sth day of September , 1899 , at the hour of I
o'clock , p. m. , the following described real
estate , towit : Lot number four , block twenty-
three , Original McCook , in Red Willow coun
ty , Nebraska.
Dated this 2ist day of August , 1899. it
J. R. NEEL , Sheriff.
J. E. Kelley , Plaintiffs Attorney.
A druggist in Macon , Ga. , says : " I
have sold a large quantity of Mother's
Friend , and nave never known an in
stance where it has failed to produce the
; oed results claimed for it. All women
agree that it makes labor shorter and less
painful. "
is not a chance remedy. Its good effects
are readily experienced by all expectant
mothers who use it. Years ago it passed
the experimental stage. While it always
shortens labor and lessens the pains of
delivery , it is also of the greatest benefit
during the earlier months of pregnancy.
Morning sickness , and nervousness are
readily overcome , and the liniment relaxes
the strained muscles , permitting them to
expand without causing distress. Mother's
Friend gives great recuperative power to
the mother , and her recovery is sure and
rapid. Danger from rising and swelled
breasts is done away with completely.
Sold by druggists for $1 a bottle.
Send for our free illustrated book for expectant mothers.
Application of the Congregational
church of Danbury for an order of court
to mortgage real estate.
David H. Rittenhouse vs. Horace Bull
et al. Equit3' .
Wesley VanNortwick vs. John Conner
et al. Equity.
Sarah C. Cooley vs. Horace Bull et al.
L. J.Burtless vs. John Whitlaker et al.
L. J. Burtless vs. John Whittaker at al.
Phebe E. Boyd et al. vs Loyal M.
Hayes et al. Equity.
Charles M. Duncan vs. Ella E Dun
can. Divorce.
Mary EHnber vs. Dora Keuster et al.
Licenses to wed as follows have been
issued , this week :
John R. Graves of Lincoln and Jennie
Holland of Indianola. They were mar
ried at Indianola , Wednesday.
Charles R. Lee and Marguerite Maisel ,
both of Bartley. They were married by
the county judge , Tuesday.
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 Burlington'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 , lakes , 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 b5' 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 McConuell &
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.
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 soth. Rate is open to the
gene al public.
As usual the veterans and their friends
will take the Burlington Route , avoid
ing change of depots in Chicago and se
curing 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 2d. 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 you wish , write to J.
Francis , General Passenger Agent , Oma
ha , Xeb. 8-18-31.
Ballard's Snow Liniment gives instant
relief in cases of bleeding , burns , bruises ,
scalds , cuts , etc. Price 25 and 50 cts. at
McConnell & Berry's.
The Rev. W. B. Costley. of Stock-
bridge , Ga. , while attending to his pas
toral duties at Ellemvood , that state ,
was attacked by cholera morbus. He ;
says ; "By chance I happened to get hold
of a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic , Chol
era and Diarrhoea Remedy , and I think
was the means of saving my life. It
relieved me at once. " For sale by Mc
Connell & Berry.
MRS. L. E. GlLCRHST mnde n flying
visit up to Imperial , Thursday.
MRS. II. T. CAREY ami children of
Alliance are visiting McCook friends ,
arriving in the city , this week.
down from Denver , Saturday night last
on 6. on a visit to McCook friends.
St. Louis , Monday , and is looking over
her large landed interests in this county
MRS. C B. Ro\VELl. received a tele
gram , Wednesday night , from Leon ,
Iowa , announcing the death of her
brother-in-law , J. W. Stanley , whose
visit in our city , last year , will be re
membered bmany. . He was a man
well beloved by all who knew him , and
the local relatives have much sympathy
in their loss.
Emma I'erry is visiting in Harvard.
Steve Bailey and family have returned to
the city to reside.
The dining cars Lincoln and Denver served
340 and 380 meals , Sunday.
Mrs. Matella Gordan arrived home , this
morning , from her visit of several weeks.
They had a big barn dance at the farm of
Matt. Droll , last Saturday night , up in Cole
man precinct.
S. M. Cochran arrived home , fore part of
the week , from his outing in the national park
and northwest.
Mrs. C. A. Dixon and Miss Edna went up
to Denver , last Sunday night , arriving home
again on Tuesday.
LeliaCarrwho has been visiting the Purvis
family for a number of weeks , departed for
her home in Denver , Monday night.
Grace Evans of Denver spent Sunday after
noon and Monday in the city , guest of the
Cordeals , on her way home from the east.
Eva and Elsie Burgess accompanied Flo
Thompson home to Denver , Sunday night ,
and will make the Thompsons a visit of some
Father Meagher of New York visited briefly
in the city , this week , on his way home from
San Francisco , where he has been establish
ing a branch house of the Catholic publishing
society , of which he is an official member. He
was Father Ilickey's guestand left on No. 12 ,
yesterday morning , for the east.
Advertised Letters.
The following letters were advertised
by the McCook postoffice on August 20th :
H. Peters ,
S. R. Russell ,
R E. Duncan.
In calling for any of these letters , please
say that they are advertised.
F. M. KIMMEI.I. , Postmaster.
Herbine is well adapted to the cure of
fevers of all kinds , because it thoroughly
cleanses the stomach and bowels of all
bilious humors , and expels all impure
secretions of the body. Price 50 cts. at
McConnell & Berry's.
Parties.not subscriberswishing phones
placed for immediate use will please let
me know at once , as a man is now here
for that purpose.
Subscribers having trouble with their
instruments or objections from other
causes will report the fact to me without
delay. C. I. HALL , Manager.
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.
Plumber and
Steam Fitter
Iron , Lead , and Sewer Pipe , Brass
Goods , Pumps , and BoilerTrimmings.
Agent for Halliday , Waupun , Eclipse
Windmills. Basementof the Meeker-
Phillips building.
B. E. AS2T01T , Pr . ? . E. UI301ULD , Cih.
CLIFFC2B1TAS2N , Ast. Cai.
A General Banking Business
55f"Any business you may wish to
transact with THE McCooK TRIBUNE
will receive prompt and careful atten
tion. Subscriptions received , orders
taken for advertisements and job-work.
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DLUUU rUIOUil medicine Is guaranteed
to cure any case. no.matter how severe or
hoxv lone standing , with Turkish Syphilis
cnrf. $1 hex. All conditions changed. Write
- for part'cuiars.
Dept. T-
Eureka Harness Oil Is the best
preservative of new leather
And the best renovator of old
leather. It oils , softens , black
ens and protects. Use
on your best harness , your old har
ness , and your carriage top , and iney
will not only look better but wear
longer. Sold every where In cans-all
sizes from half pints to five gallons.
Uodo by BT1N01BD OIL CO.
UNE office. Best in the market.
The Best Remedy for Flux.
Mr. John Mathias. a well known stock
dealer of Ptilaski , Ky. , says : "After suf
fering for over c week with flux , and my
physician having failed to relieve me ,
I was advised to try Chamberlain's Colic ,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy , and
have the pleasure of stating that the
half of one bottle cured me. " For sale
by McConnell & Berry.
This paper and the great St. Louis
Semi-Weekly Republic for $1.75 a year.
ToICure a Cold In One Day.
Take Laxative Broino Quinine Tablets.
All druggists icfund money if it fails to
cure. 250. The genuine has L. B. Q. on _
each tablet. '
25 Cents to Jan. I 9OO.
In order to secure several thousand
new subscribers , The Semi-Weekly State
Journal will be mailed postpaid from
now until Jan. I , 1900 , for only 25 cents.
It's a big paper and this is a big offer.
All through the fall campaign , up to
1900 for a quarter. Twice a week , and
away ahead of the old weekly. Its
markets alone are worth this. Send in
stamps. The sooner you send the more
papers you will receive. Address , Ne
braska State Journal , Lincoln , Neb.
About one month ago my child , which
is fifteen months old , had an attack of
diarrhoea accompanied by vomiting. I
gave it such remedies as are usually
given in such cases , but as nothing.gave
relief , we sent for a physician and it was
under his care for a week. At this time
the child had been sick for about ten
days and was having about twentyfive
operations of the bowels every twelve
hours , and we were convinced that un-
les it soon obtained relief it would not
live. Chamberlain's Colic , Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy was recommended ,
and I decided to try it. I soon noticed
a change for the better ; by its continued
use a complete cure was brought about
and it is now perfectly healthy. C. L.
Boggs. Stumptown , Gilmer Co. , W. Va.
For sale by McConnell & Berry.
THK TRIBUNE and The. Cincinnati
Weekly Enquirer forji.soayear , strictly
in advance.
McCook Transfer Line
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J. H. DWYER , Proprietor.
attention paid to
hauling furniture. Leave orders
at either lumber yard.
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