Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About The McCook tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 1886-1936 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 12, 1900)
Eureka Harness OH is the best
preservative of new leather
and the best renovator of old
leather. It oils , softens , black
ens and protects. Ueo
on your best harness , your old bar-
ness , end year carriage top , and they
will not only look better but wear
longer. Sold every where In cans all
Izen from half pints to five gallons.
M 4 gTASDABD OIL CO.
Tribune Clubbing List.
For convenience ol readers of THK TRIEs -
s , we havi ma e arrangements with the
= followingne.AS.iiirrs | | and perodicals whereby
we can supply UK m in combination with THE
XRIIIUNK at the following % fery low prices :
PRICK . WIIIi
Detroit Free Press $1 00 5150
Leslie's Weekly. 400 300
Prairie Farmer i oo 175
Chicago Inter-Ocean lee 135
Cincinnati Knquirer. I oo 150
New-York Tribune I oo 125
Demorcst's Magazine I 00 175
Toledo HIade I oo 125
Jebraska Farmer l oo 150
Tqwa Homestead I oo MS
Lincoln Journal i oo 175
"Campbell's Soil-Cull ure lee 150
New-York World I oo 165
Omaha Bee I oo I
Cosmopolitan Magazine I 00 I oo
i t. Louis Republic i oo 175
vvansas 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 orde for any other
.papers published , at reduced rates.
THE TRIBUNE , McCook , Neb.
F. D. BUKGESS ,
McCOOK , NEBR.
Iron , Lead , and Sewer Pipe , Brass
Goods , Pumps , and Boiler Trimmings.
Agent for Halliday , Waupun , Eclipse
Windmills. Basementof the Meeker-
Ti. P. BUTTON
MCCOOK , NEBRASKA
C. H BOYLE ,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
McCook , Nebraska.
"Room 3 , Meeker-Phillips Bldgr , Upstairs
. . . .of Chicago.
with Dr. Gage.
J. B. BALLARD ,
® DENTIST. O
All dental work done at our office is guar-
ititeed to be first-class. We do all kinds of
lCrown , Bridge and Plate Work. Dr. I. B.
Taylor , assistant.
JOHN . KELLEY ,
-ATTORNEY AT LAW
McCooK , NEBRASKA.
3P Agent of Lincoln Land Co. Office-
First National bank.
SEeCOOK SURGICAL HOSPITAL ,
Dr. W. V. GAGE.
WlcCook , - - - Nebraska.
Office and Hospital over First National Bank.
. SEABLES & SEftfiLES
Main Office llth & O Sin
LINCOLN , NEB.
12 years In Omaha and
Lincoln , SPECIALISTS
In NcrvoiiB , Chronic nnrf
Private DISEASES of
< MEN AND WOMEN
All Private Disuses tnd
DISORDERS OF MEN
Electricity * !
anebles us to rnarantee to
care nil curable casei of
the Nose , Throat , Chest
Stomach , Liver , BlooA ,
Skin and Kidney Dieea 0s
Lost Manhood , NIpht
Emissions , Hydrocele , Vnr
ieocele , Gonorrhea , Oleet. Plies , Fistula and
Rectal Ulcers , Diabetes and Bright'a Disease.
EB $100.00 for a case of CATARRH.
RHEUMATISM , DYSPEPSIA , or
BLOOD POISON we cannot cnra if curable
-Stricture and Gleet Cured at Home.
Examination and Consultation FKEE. Homo
treatment by mail in all diseases a specialty
AH medicine furnished. Call or address
with stamp for circula'r. free book , and receipts
write thorn today P , O. Box 224. Ofllce
IB Blchardi Elk. , llth & o , Lincoln , Nebr.
CITY CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS.
CATHOLIC Mass at 8 o'clock a. in.
High mass and sermon at 10:30 , a. in. ,
with choir. Sunday school at 2:30 p. ni.
All are cordially welcome.
REV. J. VV. HlCKEY , Pastor.
CONGREGATIONAL Sunday-school at
10 Preaching at n. Y. P. S. C. E at
7 Preaching at 8 Prayer-meeting on
Wednesday evening at 7:30 Morning
subject , "Sin and Atonement. " Even
ing theme , "Christ Himself. " All are
welcome. W. J.TURNER , Pastor.
EPISCOPAL -Sunday morning at 11:00
o'clock , Morning Prayer and Litany.
Sunday evening at 8:00 o'clock , Evening
Prayer. Sunday-school at 10:00 a. m.
Friday evening lecture at 8:00 : o'clock.
Holy communion the first Sunday in
HOWARD STOY , Rector.
CHRISTIAN Sunday-school at loa. m.
Preaching services at II a. m. and 8 p.
m. Junior Endeavor at 3 p. m. Prayer-
meeting on Friday evenings. All cor
dially welcome. Morning sermon , to
the children and the young. Evening
topic , "Christ's Mission in the World. "
j. W. WALKER , Pastor.
METHODIST Sunday-school at 10 a.m.
Preaching at II. Class at 12. Junior
League at 3. Epworth League service
at 7. Preaching at 8. Prayer and Bible
study on Wednesday evening at 8 p. m.
Morning subject , "Every Christian is a
Soldier. " Evening subject , "The Prot
estant Pulpit. " All are welcome.
J. A. BADCON , Pastor.
The Christian brethren are holding
well attended and interesting revival
services , this week.
The Congregational people have been
observing the week of prayer hy nightly
services , which conclude tonight.
F. B. Thirkield , Health Inspector of
Chicago , says , "Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cannot
be recommended too highly. It cured me of
severe dyspepsia" It digests what you eat
and cures indigestion , heartburn and all forms
of dyspepsia. D. W. Loar.
The Chicago News tells the story of a
country editor being held up in that city and
robbed of 262. Public interest will now 1 e
at fever heat to learn who the editor held up
to get so much money.
The properties of Ballard's Snow Liniment
possess a range of usefulness greater than any
other remedy. A day seldom passes in eveiy
household , especially where there are children ,
that it is not needed. Price , 25 and 50 cents.
Whether polygamy be right or wrong , it
cannot be denied that Mr. Roberts and his
ribs fill out a four-handed game of cinch very
G.H.Appleton , justice of peace , Clarksburg ,
N. J. , says , "DeWitt's Little Early Risers , are
the best pills made for constipation. We use
no others. " Quickly cure all liver and bowel
troubles. D. W. Loar.
Guy Curlee succeeds E. L. Dennis as the
Barnett manager at this place. Mr. Dennis'
health makes it necessary for him to go else
Rena Dolph returned to McCook , close of
last week , and resumed her duties in the Com
mercial house dining-room , after a two weeks
YOflfQ flf infPilQP Obstinate sores and ulcers which G
I Cdl d Ul UllGIIdD refuse heal t
to under ordinarv treat-
gPmmnill/ PliroH ment soon become chronic and deep- t
l numplljf UWBU seated , and are a sure sign that the S
SO 0 entire circulation is in a depraved condition. They t
i Oi Oi are a severe drain upon the system , and are con- IIt
itly sapping away the vitality. In every case the poison must IIt
sliminated fr m the blood , and no amount of external treatment
vcan have any effect. a r
There is no uncertainty about the merits of S. S. S. ; every claim e
made for it is backed up strongly by convincing s
testimony of those who have been cured by it d
-stnd know of its virtues by experience. D
BJr. L. J. Clark , of Orange Courthouse , Va.writes : S
"For six years I had an obstinate , running ulcer on my f
-.Ankle , which at times caused me intense suffering. I was n
-disabled for a long while that T was wHblly unfit for a
business. One of the best doctors treated me constantly , o
Imtdid me no good. I then tried various blood remedies , h
without the least benefit. S. S. S. was so highly recommended -
* mended that I concluded to try it , and the effect was
* wonderful. It seemed' to get right at the seat of the fl
> sHseaso and force the poison out , and I was soon com-
2petely cured. " Swift's Specific
S. S. S. FOR THE BLOOD
drives out every trace of impurity in the blood , and in this way
cares permanently the most obstinate , deep-seated sore or ulcer. It I
Is the only blood remedy guaranteed purely vegetable , and con s
tains not a particle of potash , mercury , or other mineral. S. S. S. t c
vSbures Contagious Blood Poison , Scrofula , Cancer , Catarrh , Eczema , r
Rheumatism , Sores. Ulcers. Boils , or any other blood trouble. Insist t
mpon S. S S ; nothing can take its place ; v
Valua ble books mailed free by Swift Specific Company , Atlanta , Ga. !
ADDITIONAL RAILROAD NEWS.
Watch Inspection Order.
A new watch inspection order , effec
tive February I , has been issued by the
Burlington. It applies especially to con
ductors , engineers , yard conductors and
yard engineers , but all other employes
concerned in the movement of trains aie
given an intimation that the company
would welcome their compliance with
the rule , because an opportunity is given
them to buy the new standard watches ol
inspectors at cost prices. The new rule
provides that hereafter each watch must
be at least a "nickel , seventeen jewels ,
adjusted to temperature , isochronism
and positions , with patent regulator , and
Brequet hair spring , " and must not vary
to exceed thirty seconds per week. Here
tofore a fif ecu jewel movement has suf
Beginning February 1st , each watch
must be taken to a designated inspector
at the nearest division point and there
the watch must be thoroughly gone over
once each quarter during the first week
of February , May , August and Novem'
her. If found up to the required stand
ard a card certifying to this fact , anil
thoroughly identifying the watch will be
given the owner. This card must con
stantly be carried with the watch.
Beside that each man with a watch
must go to the inspector once each week
and there register and have the varia
tions of his watch noted by the inspect
or , and have it reset to'the correct time
if there is any variation. The rules for
bid an employe setting his watch or in
any way changing its movements , unless
it shall have run down.
Whenever a watch is found out of re
pair and has to be left for repairs a sub
stitute watch may be furnished with the
approval of the inspector , but must be
accompanied by a special repair card.
Inspectors will have for sale the
watches of the required standard at low
est figure and are to make necessary re
pairs to watches at reasonable rates , but
it is not compulsory that they buy their
watches or have repairs made by the in
spectors. All must meet the inspector's
approval , however.
This new rule by ihe Burlington is in
accord with the more stringent watch
inspection rules being adopted by the
western railroads It is with the idea o
making accidents because of miscalcula
tions in time due to defective watches
atno utely inexcusable.
Charles Boatman has been on the sick-list
Mrs. J. H. Wade is expected home , this
Roy Barnes is all puffed up over a case ol
Preaching has been resumed at the Boatman
John Sly and daughter Julia attended the
oyster supper in Indianola.
Julia Sly has returned to school and her
mother will complete the term of her school.
Last Saturday , a number of the young people
ple of this section spent a very pleasant even
ing with Edna Dunham.
A number of Prospect Park young people
attended the literary , recently , at the Starbuck
school-house. They got there all right , but in
coming home the moon had disappeared and
it seemed as though the road had , too , for
the party wandered around over the prairie
until after midnight.
PERIL OK THE SUBURBANITE.
Why He Is So Frequently Completely
Of a truth black care , in the shape
of some grim neurosis , sits ever close
behind the city man , says the Medical
Press. The rush and hurry of mod
ern life , the fierce struggle for exist
ence , the unnatural condition of en
vironment all tend to exhaust and saps
the nervous constitution. Perhaps one
of the chief , albeit not always the best ,
recognized factors in the situation is
the necessity of rapiu and far-reaching
transit. Every year the bulk of city
men go further afield , and each morn
ing and night perform their tedious
pilgrimage to and from the scene of
their busy labors. There fan be no
doubt that constant railway traveling
of this kind is calculated , SCOUT or
later : , to play havoc with the s aadest
constitution. While it is , of course ,
impossible : to lay down any exact rule ,
it may be stated-generally that no such
dally railway journey should be much
over an hour in length , a space of time
that is far more than enough to carry
the citizen into pure air and the most
sylvan of scenery. Think of the rat
tle , the dust , the draughts , the bad
lighting , the extremes of temperatures ,
the jolting , the constrained attitudes ,
the draggle-tailed discomfort of the
average railway carriage to a man al
ready exhausted with mental worries ,
especially if he has slept badly and
scamped his meals. Let the country-
dwelling citizen get his physician to
make a note of the state of his nervous
system and keep the record at hand for
future reference. As every medical
man of any experience can testify , the
attempt to burn a candle at both ends ,
one in the city and the other fifty or a
hundred miles away at the seaside , has
cut off many a valuable life in the
flower of its maturing manhood.
City Built on Iiland * .
The famous old city of Ghent , Bel
gium , is built on twenty-six islands ,
which are connected with one another
by eighty bridges. Three hundred
streets and thirty public squares are
contained in these Islands. Ghent has
been the scene of many treaties , insur
rections and revolts , and it was there
the treaty was made terminating tha
war of 1812 between this country and
Shadrich M. U'llbtirn was born , in
Frankford , Kmttieky , August 26 , 1818 ,
and died December 31 , 1899 , Hged 81
years , 4 months and 5 days.
At 4 years of age his parents removed
to Springfield , Illinois , where he re
mained until 1852 , when be went to Cal
ifornia during the gold excitement. He
was married while in California to Miss
Adelia Campbell and nine children have
been given them , all of them now living.
After sixteen years mining in California
he went again to Springfield where he
remained for four years , then came to
Nebraska where he has lived since , farm
ing and in other business. For the lust
few years be has been living with his
sons. The children reumining are : Mrs.
Ahneda Bell , Alliance , Neb. , Mrs Mary
Wadswortb , Oxford , Neb , Henry Wil-
burn , David City , Neb. , Mrs Surah Jen
nings , Hardy. Neb. , Louis \\ilburn , Barr ,
Colorado , Thomas A. Wilburn. Red
Cloud , Neb. , Shadncb Wilburn. Seneca ,
Neb. , Mrs Mury Ditch , Atlanta , Neb ,
Miss Angie Wilburn , Red Cloud , Neb.
They have the sympathy of the entire
community in the loss of so excellent a
father and one who for so many years
has been a valued citizen.
The funeral services were held at the
home of Thomas , H son living in Red
Cloud , Nebraska , by Rev R. A Barnes
of the M. JS church. A large company
of friends were in attendance. Red
The Way to go to California
Is in a tourist sleeper , personally con
ducted , via the Burlington route. You
don't change cars ; you see the finest
scenery on the globe ; you make fast
Your car is not so expensively furnish
ed as a palace sleeper , but it is just as
comfortable , just as good to ride in , and
nearly $20 cheaper. It has wide vesti-
bulps , Pmtsch gas , high-back seats , a
uniformed Pullman porter , clean bed
ding , spacious toilet rooms , tables and a
healing range. Being strongly and heav
ily built , it runs smoothly is warm in
winter and cool in sutinner.
In charge of each excursion party is an
experienced excursion conductor , who
accompanies it right through to Los
Cars leave Omaha , St. Joseph , Lincoln
and Hastings every Thursday. , arriving
in San Francisco on the following Sun
day , Los Angeles on Monday only three
days from the Missouri river to the Pa
cific coast , including a-stop-over of i
hours in Denver and 2 % hours in Salt
Lake City two of the most interesting
cities on the continent.
For folders giving full particulars and
information call at any Burlington route
ticket office or write to
J. FRANCIS , . P. A. , Omaha , Neb.
Mrs. George W Dillon is reported
L. T. Travis , Agent Southern R. R. , Selina ,
Ga. , writes , "I cannot say too much in praise
of One Minute Cough Cure. In my case it
worked like a charm " The only harmless
remedy that gives immediate results. Cures
coughs , colds , croup , bronchitis , and all throat
and lung troubles. D. W. Loar.
DOCTOR ! !
Ask your physician this question - I
tion , "What is the one great I
remedy for consumption ? " |
He will answer , "Cod-liver I
oil. " Nine out of ten will i
answer the same way. |
Yet when persons have |
consumption they loathe all j
fatty foods , yet fat is necessary - |
; sary for thei-r recovery and I
they cannot take plain codT
; liver oil. The plain oil disturbs - 3
turbs the stomach and takes |
| away the appetite. The disagreeable - |
! agreeable fishy odor and I
f taste make it almost unen- |
| durable. What is to be done ? 1
| This question was answered - |
$ wered when we first made s
i SCOTT'S \
i EMULSION \
i of Cod-Liver Oil with Hypo- |
f phosphiies. Although that I
i was nearly twenty-five years |
I ago , yet it stands alone toj j
r day the one great remedy s
| for all affections of the throat |
I and lungs. |
I The bad taste and odor have been }
| taken away , the oil itself has been |
I partly digested , and the most sen- |
5 sitive stomach objects to it rarely. |
| Not one in ten can take and digest |
s the plain oil. Nine out of ten can =
I take-SCOTTS EMULSION and digest - |
| gest it That's why it cures so 5
T many cases of early consumption , j
i Even in advanced cases it brings |
I comfort and greatly prolongs life , j
I 5oc. . and $1.00 , all druggists. . _ . . . _ _ _ _ I
* * j f 'Vff m. rk tr * rl ; .A % T. \ t . =
| SCOTT & BOWNE , Chemists , New York. 7
fc 4W * * * 4W
Examine the new oil cloth on the kitchen floor ; its color and
gloss are being destroyed and you may see where a cake of common
soap fresh from the hot water in the scrubbing bucket has been laid
on it for a moment , the free alkali having eaten an impression of
the cake into the bright colors.
A more careful examination will show small "pin holes" here
and there where the alkali has cut through the surface to soak into
and gradually weaken the whole floor covering.
This is what cheap soaps do. Use Ivory Soap , it will not injure.
IVORY SOAP IS 99o PER CENT. PURE.
COPYRIGHT 1808 BY THE PROCTER t OAUBLE CO. CINCINNATI
V. FRANKLIN , PRESIDENT. A. C. EBERT , CASHIER.
I CITIZENS BANK 4 I
* OF MeCOOK , NEB. 9
# Paid Up Capital , $50,000. Surplus , $5000 i
DIRECTORS = f
V. FRANKLIN , W.F.McFARLAND , A. C. EBERT ,
H. T. CHURCH , OSCAR CALLIHAN , C. H. WILLARD.
JBt TlKzrffa" Jig jgkjSc VjfiT ftr - r A-ffL , ,
Vfi'&WIFW-WIFV * *
SERVICE OF SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION
In the district court of Red Willow county ,
Nebraska. James K. P. Pine , plaintiff , vs. Dan
iel Mansus and Helen L. Manpus , his wife ;
Reinhold Gustafs-on and Mrs. Rcinhold Gn taf-
son , his wife ; Charles Fagerstrom and Mrs.
CharlesFaperhtromhis wifeand John Doe , de-
Pendants. The defendants , Daniel Mangus and
Helen Mangus , his wife : Reinhold Gustafson
and Mrs. Reinhold Gustafson , his wife ; Charles
FaRerstrom and Mrs. Charles Fafcerstrom , his
wife ; they , each , all , and every one of themwill
take notice : That the plaintiff , James K. P.
Pine , did , on the 20th day of October , 1899 , file
Ins petition in the district court of Rfxl Willow
county , Nebraska , against the taid defendants ,
the object and prayer of which are to foreclose
a certain mortgage executed by Daniel Mangus
and Helen L. Mangus , his wife , to the Guarantee
Loan & Trust Company , on the northeast quar
ter ( n. e. ? 4) ) of section thirty-one (31) ( ) , township
four (4) ) . range twenty-six (26) ( ) , Red Willow
county , Nebraska , to secure the payment of a
certain first mortgage bond in the sum of seven
hundred fifty ( $750.00) ) dollars , due and payable
on the 1st day of March , 1S93 , with interest
thereon in the first instance at the rate of seven
(7)per ) cent , and , upon default at maturity , then
to bear interest at the rate of ten (10) ) per cent ;
which bond bore date March 1,1888 , being due
five years from its date. That the said mort
gage was filed for record and recorded on the
5d day of March , 1888. in book 13 , at page 287 ,
mortgage records of Red Willow county , Neb
raska. That the said bond and mortgage were
afterwards assigned by the Guarantee Loan &
Trust Company of Kansas City. Missouri , to the
plaintiff herein , James K. P. Pine , and that the
said assignment was filed for record and record
ed July 3.1897 , in book 29 , at page SU , mortgage
records of Red Willow county , Nebraska. That
rhere is now due and payable and unpaid upon
: he said bond and mortgage the sum of 7. > 0 dol-
ars for which bum , with interest from March 1st ,
18915 , at 10 per cent , plaintiff prays a decree , and
that the defendants be required to pay the same ,
or that , in default thereof , said premises may
x sold to satisfy the amount found due , and
; hat the other defendants herein bo adjudged
md decreed to pay and discharge the said in
debtedness. You , and each of you , are required
: o appear in said action and plead or answer
: herem on or before the 19th day of February ,
1100 * , or the said petition will be taken as con-
'essed and the court moved for the relief therein
prayed. Dated January 8th , ItXJO. l-12-4t.
- M. A. HAETIOAX , Plaintiff's Solicitor ,
Hastings , Nebraska.
NOTICE TO LAND OWNERS.
ROAD NO 3tt.
To Randolph L. Bullard , Josephine B. Hammond
mend , Alfred Reed and to all whom it may con
The board of countv commissioners have es-
; ablished and ordered oimned a road commenc
ing at the southeast corner of section 24. in
Valley Grange precinct , Red Wil'ow county ,
Nebraska , running thence west V mile on sec
tion linp , thence north 8 rods , thence west 20
rods , thence northwest 15 rod . thence west 18
rods , thence southwest lit rods to section line
between sections 24 and 25 in said pt cinct ,
thence west on section line , _ terminating at
southwest corner of section 21 in said precinct ,
and all objections thereto or claims for damages
must bo filed-in the county clerk's office on or
before noon of the 24th day of February. A. D.
1900 , or said road will be established without
reference thereto. 12-22-11.
R. A. GREEN" , County Clerk.
NOTICE TO LAND OWNERS.
ROAD NO 344.
To Valentine Bogle , John Stansbury , Wm. P.
Clark , Lemira M. Beaty , Geo. T. Taylor , James
Cody , Walter M. Sheppard. William Gingerich ,
Sarah E. Hoagland and to all whom it may
The board of county commissioners have es
tablished and ordered opened a road commenc
ing at the southwest corner of section 12 , in Box
Elder precinct , Red Willow county , Nebraska ,
running thence east on section line 4 miles ,
terminating at southeast corner of section 9-4 28 ,
west 6 p. m.and all objections thereto or claims
For damages must be filed in the county clerk's
office on or before noon of the 24th day of Febru
ary. A. D. 1900 , or said road Trill be established
without reference thereto. 12-22-4t.
H. A. GREEK , County Clerk.
Mrs. Thomas Jones of Syracuse , this state ,
arrived here , last week , and expects to remain
a number of months for her health , guest of
her sister , Mrs. Hannah Barnes , if the climate
Are grand , but skin eruptions rob life of joy.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve , cures them , also old ,
running and fever sores , ulcers , boils , felons ,
corns , warts , cuts , bruises , burns , scalds , chap
ped hands , chilblains. Best pile cure on
earth. Drives out pains and aches. Only 25
cents a box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by McConnell -
Connell & Berry.
Burt G. Harden , defendant , will take notice
that Mary B. Harden , plaintiff , has filed her
petition in the district court of Red Willow
county , Nebraska , against Paid defendant , th
object and prayer of which are to obtain a
divorce from said defendant , on the ground of
non-support , and plaintiff further asks that sh
be restored to her former name , towit : Mary B.
Defendant is further notified the plaintiff will
take the deposition of N. C. Niles to be used as
evidence on the trial of the above entitled can1 *
at the office of Albert Thompson in the city of
Fullerton , Nance county. Nebraska , between thu
hours of nine a. m. and six p. m. of said day.
You are required to answer said petition on or
before Monday , the 12th day of February , l&OO.
Dated January 2nd , 1900.
MART B. HARDENPlaintiff. .
l-5-4ts By W. S. MORLAN- , Her Attorney.
United States Land Office , McCook , Nebraska.
Notice is hereby given that in pursuance of
instructions from the Commissioner of the Gen
eral Land Office , under authority vested in him
by Section 2,455 , U. S. Rev. Stat. , as amended by
the act of Congress , approved February 2 . 189. , ,
we will proceed to offer at public sale on tha
2Ird ! day of February , next , at 1 P. M. . at this
office , the following tract of land , towit : Tim
south half of the northeast quarter , Sfctioa
thirty-three , township one , north , range thirty ,
west 6th P. M.
Any and all persons claiming adversely th
above described land are advised to file their
claims in this office on or before the day abovn
designated _ for the commencement of said sale ,
otherwise their rights will be forfeited.
Dated this 29th day of December , 18&9.
F. M. RATHBU.V , Rpgister.
1-a-Gts. J. A. PIPER , Receiver.
-ORDER OF HEARING.
State of Nebraska , Red Willow county , s * .
At a county court. hsM at the county court
room , in and for ssid county , January 2nd. A. D.
1900. Prebcnt , G. S. Biihop , oounty judge. In
tie matter of the estate of Henry Colling , de
ceased. On reading and filing the petition of
Peter j ± . Colling , praying that the instrument ,
filed on the 2nd day of January , 1WO. and pur
porting to be the last will and testament of th
said deceased , may be proved , approved , pro
bated , allowed , and recorded as the last xvill and
testament of the said Henry Colling , deceased ,
and that the execution of said instrument may
be committed and the administration of said
estate may be in-anted to Catherine Colling , at
cxecntnx. Ordered , that January 20 , A. D. 1900.
at 1 o clock p. m. . is assigned for hearing said
petition , when all persons interested in said
matter may appear at a county court to bo held
in and for said county , and show cause why tha
prayer of petitioner should not be granted ; and
that notice of the pendency of said petition and
the hearing thereof , be given to all persons in
terested in said matter by publishing a copy of
this order in The McCook Tribune , a weekly
newspaper printed in said county , for three suc
cessive weeks , prior to said day of hearing.
( A true copy. ) G. S. BISHOP , County Judge.
( SEAL. ] l-5-3ts.
Powered by Open ONI