The McCook tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 1886-1936, March 23, 1900, Image 8
r Do not wash your hands and face with a common laundry soap , or if you do , don't complain when you find them rough , hard and chapped. Ordinary laundry soaps are good for scrubbing floors , but not for the skin. Ivory Soap makes a creamy lather that rinses easily and takes the dirt with it. The natural oil of the skin washed with Ivory Soap is not removed , and the skin is left soft and smooth. IT FLOATS. . COPYRIGHT IQOO OY THE PROCTER & GAMBLE CO. CINCINNATI SHERIFF'S SALE. l j virtue of an order of sale issued from the district court of Rod Willow county , Nebraska , amli'r a decree in an action whoreiu L. J. I3urt- IB--S is plaintiff and John Whittaker et al. are defendants to mo directed and delivered , I shall offer at public sale and sell to the highest bid der for cash , at the east door of the court house , in McCook , Red Willow county , Nebraska , on the 24th day of April , 1900 , at the hour of one O'clock p. m , , the following described real estate , to-wit : All that part of the southeast Quarter of the southeast quarter and lots his and seven , in section thirty-one , township three , north.in range twenty-ninewestof the Gth P.M. lying west of a line commencing fifteen chains and fcevciity-foiir links west of the southeast Corner of said quarter section , running thence north four chains and seventy-four links , thence oabt four chains and seventy-four links , thence "north twenty-seven chains and twenty-five links to tlio south bank of the Republican river , con taining C2.85 acres according to the government Survey thereof , in Red Willow county , Nebraska. Dated this 22nd day of March , 1900. : i-23-r > ts G F. KINGHOEK , Sheriff. W. S. Morlau , Attorney. NOTICE OF SALE. In the district court of Red Willow county , State of Nebraska. In the matter ofthe _ estate Of John Kolb , an insane person : Notice is here by given that in pursuance of an order from Honorable G. W. Norris , judge of the district Court for Red Willow county , Nebraska , made On the 17th day of February , A. D. 1900 , for the ale of real estate hereinafter described , there will bo sold at the front door of the court-hou o in McCook , Nebraska , on the 26th day of March , 1900 , at 2 o'clock p. m. , at public venduo to the highest bidder , for cash , the interest of John Kolb , an insauo person , in the following de scribed real estate , to-wit : The east half of the southwest quarter and the west half of the southeast quarter of section eight (8) ( , township fevo (2) ( ) north , raugo thirty ( yO ) , west , in Red Willow county , Nebraska. Which sale will re main open for one hour ? Dated this 19th day of February , 1900. 2-23-rit W. S. FITCH , Guardian. J. E. Kelley , Attorney. ORDER OF HEARING. State of Nebraska , Red Willow county , ss. At a county court hold at the county courtroom , in and for said _ county , March 9th , A. D. 1900. Pres ent , G. S. Bishop , county judge. In the matter of the estate of Marshall W. Gallagher , deceased. On reading and filing the petition of Emma T. Gallagher , praying that administration of said estate may bo granted to her as administratrix. Ordered , that March 'list , A. D. 1900 , atl o'clock p. m. is assigned for hearing said petition , when nil persons interested in said matter may appear at a county court , to be held in and for said county , and show cause why the prayer of _ peti- tiouor should not bp granted ; and that notice of the pendency of said petition and the hearing thereof , bo given to all persons interested in said matter by publishing a copv of this order in THE McCooK TRIBUNE , a weekly newspaper printed in said county , for three successive weeks , prior to said day of hearing , i true copy. 3-16-3ts. G. S. BISHOP , [ SEAL ] County Judge. SHERIFF'S SALE. By virtue of an order of sale issued from the listrict court of Red Willow county , Nebraska , under a decree in an action wherein Rachel Knox is plaintiff , and William Pate , James L. Brown and Yocances Franklin are defendants , to me directed and delivered , I shall offer at public sale and sell to the highest bidder for : ash , at the east door of court house , in Mc- ! 3ook , Red Willow county , Nebraska , on tholGth lay of April , 1900. at the hour of 2 o'clock , p. m. , ; ho following described real estate , to-wit : Northwest quarter of section eighteen (18) ) in : ownship four (4) ( ) , range twenty-nine (29) ( ) , west ) f Cthp in. , in Red Willow county , Nebraska. Dated this 7th day of March , 1900. G. F. KINGHORN- , Sheriff , r. E. Kelley , Attorney. "I used Kodol Dyspepsia Cure in my family vith wonderful results. It gives immediate elief , is pleasant to take and is truly the Ivspeptic's best friend , " says E. Hartgerink , Dvensel , Mich. Digests what you eat. ' Can lot fail to cure. D. W. Loar. The greatest care should be given to MOST VIOLENT GASES HAVE any little sore , pimple or scratch which shows no disposition to heal under ordin- ft O ary treatment. No one can tell how soon these HO will develop into Cancer of the worst type. So many people die from Cancer simply be MERE PIMPLES. cause they do not know just what the disease is ; . they naturally turn themselves over to the doctors , and are forced to submit to a cruel and dangerous operation the only treatment which the doctors know for Cancer. The disease promptly returns , however , and is even more violent and destructive than before. Cancer is a deadly poison in the blood , and an operation , plaster , or other external treatment can have no effect whatever upon it. The cure must come from within the last vestige of poison must be eradicated. Mr. Wm. Walpole. of'Walshtown S. D. , says : "A little blotch about the size of a pea came under my left eye gradually growing larger , from which shooting pains at intervals ran in all directions. I became greatly alarmed and consulted a good doctor , who pronounced it Cancer , and advised that it be cut out , but this I could not con sent to. I read in my local paper of a cure effected by S S. S. , and decided to try it. It acted like a charm , the Cancer becoming at first irritated , and then discharging very freely. This gradually grew less and then discon tinued altogether , leaving a small scab which soon drop ped off and now only a healthy little scar remains -where what threatened to destroy my life once held full sway. " Positively the only cure for Cancer is Swift's Specific S. SB S. FOR THEBLQOO _ because it is the only remedy which can go deep enough to reach the root of the disease and force it out of the system permanently. A surgical operation does not reach the blood the real seat of the disease because the blood can not be cut away Insist upon S. S. S. ; nothing can take its place. S S. S. cures also any case of Scrofula. Eczema , Rheumatism , Contagious Blood Poison , Ulcers , Sores , or any other form of blood disease. Valuable books on Cancer and Blood Diseases will be mailed free to any address by Swift Specific Company , Atlanta , Georgia. \ Banker Routs a Robber. J. R. Garrison , cashier of the bank of Thornville , " Ohio , has been robbed of health by a serious lung trouble until he tried Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption. Then he wrote : "It is the best medicine I ever used for a severe cold or a bad case of lung trouble. 1 always keep a bottle on hand. " Don't suffer with coughs , colds , or any throat , chest or lung trouble when you can be.cured so easily. Only 50 cents and $ l.oo. Trial bottles free at McConnell & Uerry's. Lewis Ackerman , Goshen , Ind. , says , "De- Witt's Little Early Risers always bring certain relief , cure my headache and never gripe1' . They generally cleanse and invigorate the bowels and liver. D.W Loar. Commissioners' Proceedings. McCook , Nebraska , March 20,1900. Board of county commissioners met pursuant to adjournment. Present , Henry Crabtree , Ste phen Belles and D. A. Waterman , county com missioners , W. R. Starr , county attorney , and R. A. Green , county clerk. Minutes of previous meeting read and approved. On motion the following appointments wore made to fill vacancies : Willis Gostard , member of the soldiers' relief commission. Jacob Itall , overseer road district No. 8. The following oilicial bonds were examined and on motion approved : Lawrence FisherIovorseor road district No. 13. Martin Rinck , overseer road district No. 31. In the matter of the establishment of road No. 343 , all the requirements of law having been complied with , the following claims having been lilcd and damages appraised were exam ined and on motion allowed : Josephine B. Hammond , damages to south east & 21-2-29 , $10.00. On motion clerk was instructed to draw cer tificate on road district No. 21 in payment thereof. Regularly moved that the county clerk be in structed to draw warrants on the county gener al fund , levy of 1899 , for the sum of $538.92 , in payment of the judgment of James McAdams against Red Willow county. Belles and Water man voting yes , and Crabtree voting no ; mo tion carried. The following claims were audited and al lowed and on motion clerk was instructed to draw warrants on the county general fund , levy of 1899 , in payment thereof as follows : Hammond Bros. & Stephens , supplies for county superintendent I $ 8 00 McCook Republican , supplies for county officers 27 55 Ed. Watkins , supplies for county treasurer 25 40 State Journal Co. , biipplies for county officers 26 10 O. L. Thompson , county treasurer , postage - ago and expense , 11 36 G. C. Boatman , ; C. D. C. , cash advanced scrubbing court room , etc 140 G. C. Boatman , C. D. C. , fees , McAdams vs. Red Willow county 688 R. A. Green , county clerk , same 1 00 R. A. Green , county clerk , money advanced for telephones 1170 R. A. Green , county clerk , salary -first quarter of 1900 62 50 Henry Crabtree , county commissioner , monov advanced for freight _ . . . _ 1 96 Henry Crabtree , services as commissioner 40 40 Stephen Belles , samo- ! . 3050 D. A. Waterman , same 2970 And on county bridge fund , levy of 1899 , as follows : William McCallum , merchandise for pau pers 19 00 Wilcoxifc Sou , same 18 50 G. W. Short , same 2285 A. Guy , same 1505 J. C. Oakley , board and care of paupers. . . 14 30 L. J. Ritteiihou e , maintenance of beo. B. RittenhouMJclaim of $106.50 , allowed at 71 00 James fc Sarah Woodworthwitness fees , State vs. Culbertson 12 00 Dr. A. W. Hoyt , medical attendance for pauper 5 00 A. P. Welles , medical attendance per con tract 4500 Joseph Spotts , services as coroner 20 33 G. F. Kiughorn , sheriff , fees , State vs. Eif- ert 675 R. H. Thomas , bridge work 24 00 Eli D. Akers , tame 19 00 G. W. Cramer , same 1925 E. B. Stilgebouer , fame 11 50 Wm. Hold , assigned to G. W. Short , same 19 25 R. W. White , nails 1180 A. Lord , hardware and nails 23 50 And on county road fund , levy of 1899 , us fol lows : C. R. Green , poll tax paid in cash 300 Richard Dunning , road receipts paid in advance 9 52 J. W. Deveny , same 10.5 O. J. Had ley , Mime 72 II. II. Picken , appraiser road No. 313 2 50 J. W. Robers-on , same 250 F. M. Kennedy , same 200 On motion board adjourned to meet April 13 , 1900. Attest : R. A. GREEN , County Clerk. REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE Citizens Bank of HcCook. [ CHARTER NO. 270. ] ( Incorporated ) McCook in the state of Nebras ka , at the close of business March 12,1900. EESOUECES. Loans and discounts $115,341 02 Overdraft ? , h-ecured and unsecured 1,123 63 Stocks , securities , judgments , claims , etc 1.SG3 82 Other assets revenue stamp , etc 330 00 Other real estate 17538 ! 11 Current expentes and taxes paid 534 92 Checks and other cash items 1,52005 Duo from national , state and private banks and bankers 18,460 25 Billb $1,71300 Specie 3,828 25 Dimes , nickels and cents 194 50 Total cash on hand 5,73575 TOTAL $162,253 57 LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in $50,00000 Surplus fund 5,00000 Undivided profits 3,85590 Individual deposits subject to check $53,243 47 Demand certificates of de posit 20,43216 Time certificates of deposit. 18,263 00 Cashier's checks outsta'ding 1,224 36 Due to state and private banks and bankers 10,236 68 103,399 67 TOTAL $162,255 57 State of Nebraska , county of Red Willow , ss. I , A. C. Ebert , cashier of the above named bank , do solemnly swear that the above state ment is correct and a true copy of the report made to the State Banking board. A. C. EBERT , Cashier. Attest : \T. FEANKLIX , Director. H. T. CHURCH , Director. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 21st day of March , 1900. H. H. BERRY , [ SEAL ] Notary Public. SHERIFF'S SALE. By virtue of an order of sale , issued from the district court in Red Willow county , Nebraska , tinder a decree in an action wherein Walter E. Corwin is plaintiff , and Robert F. Allen et al , are defendants , to me directed and delivered , I shall offer at public sale to the lushest bidder for cash , at the east door of the court house , in Mc Cook , Red Willow county , Nebraska , on the 23d day of April , 1900 , at the hour of 2 o'clock , p. m. , the following described real estate , to-wit : The southeast quarter of section three (3\ ( township one (1) ) , north , range thirty (30) ( ) , west of the 6th p. m. in Red Willow county , Nebraska. Dated this 10th day of March , 1900. 3-16-5ts. G. F. KINGHOBX , Sheriff. J. E. Kelley , Attorney. Eureka Harness OH is the best preservative of new leather and the best renovator of old leather. It oils , softens , black ens and protects. Use Eureka Harness Oil on your best harness , yonr old bar- ness , and your carriage top , and they will not only look better but wear longer. Sold every where In cans all Izes from half pints to live gallons. Urte bj ST1NDAUO OIL CO. A Fiendish Attack. An attack was lately made on C. 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IS SIOO.OO for a case of CATARRH. RHEUMATISM , DYSPEPSIA , or BLOOD POISON we cannot cure if curable Stricture and Gleet Cured at Home. Examination and Consultation FREE. Homa treatment bjr mail in all diseases a specialty. All medicine furnished. Call or address with stamp for circular , free book , and receipts -write them today P. O. Box 224. Offlce In Richards Elk. , llth & o , Lincoln , Nebr. Couldn't help getting a cold never cures it ; hut carrying home a bottle of Mallard's Horehound - hound Syrup , and using it as directed , will cure the worst kind of cough or cold. Price , 25 and 50 cents. A. McMillen. He Fooled the Surgeons. All doctors told Renick Hamilton , of West Jefferson , O , after suffering 18 months from Rectal Fistula , he would die unless a costly operation was performed ; but he cured him self with liucklen's Arnica Salve , the best in the world. Surest pile cure on earth. 25c a box , at McConnell & Berry's drug store. F. D. BURGESS , McCOOK , NEBR. Iron , Lead , and Sewer Pipe , Brass Goods , Pumps , and BoilerTrimmings. Agent for Halliday , Waupun , Eclipse Windmills. Basementof the Meeker- Phillips building. McCOOK SURGICAL HOSPITAL , Dr. W. V. GAGE. McCook , - - - Nebraska. Office and Hospital over First National Bank. H. P. SUTTOtf JEWELER MUSICAL GOODS McCOOK , - NEBRASKA- C. H. BOYLE , ATTORNEY AT LAW McCook , Nebraska. Telephone 44. P. O. Building : DR. JOHN JOHNDENTIST. DENTIST. . . . . .of Chicago. -Office with Dr. Gage. J. B. BALLARD , 9 DENTIST. < § All dental work done at our office is guar anteed to be first-class. We do all kinds of Crown , Bridge and Plate Work. Dr. I. B. Taylor , assistant. JOHN E. KELLEY , ATTORNEY AT LAW McCooK , NEBRASKA. ES Apent of Lincoln Land Co. Office- - Rear of First National bank. mini Wednesday Evening , March 28th. _ x The stock is entirely new and complete. Many exclusive styles will be shown. Miss Han cock , after spending several weeks trimming in St. Joseph , will welcome her friends. Everybody cordially invited to attend. Remember the place. MRS. E. E. SADLER , Postofflce.MRS. Third door Nebraska. south of Postofflce. McCook , r- Our Spring Opening- MILLINERY DEPARTMENT Wednesday , March 28th 4 A cordial welcome awaits you. S. W. LOWMAN. 9 i Opening- Display of Artistic Millinery The newest designs in < r Trimmed Hats and ex = elusive Millinery Nov = elties . . Mm dnesday Evening , Maroh Every one is cordially invited. MRS. M. M. DELHUNTY. jfflcjftcaftcaOi 1 V. FRANKLIN , PRESIDENT. A. C. EBERT , CASHIER. * i # # CITIZENS BANK * OF MeCOOK , NEB. # * Paid Up Capital , $50,000. Surplus , Scooo a B * DIRECTORS = * E V. FRAHKLIfl , W.F.McFARLAND , A. C. EBERT * i E H. T. CHURCH , * OSCAR CALLIHAN , C. H. WILLARD. al , . . , . . . . . _ . " " ' lllllll-n-.r.-Tr.M--- TMri 1 llllllnlT l"lll l" - * NEW SPRING STOCK of Clothing , Hats , Caps . . .and Gents' . . . of the best selections of Hen's and Boys' wear We are now ready to show the-people of flcCook ever offer the people of this section of Nebraska and Southwestern Nebraska our Furnishing Goods Our goods and prices are right. See for yourself 1 J Opera House Block. THE LEADING CLOTHIER. McCook , Nebraska.