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About The McCook tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 1886-1936 | View Entire Issue (May 18, 1900)
Here we are on deck again with the latest
improved , lightest running , longest last =
ing , Harvesting Machine on the market ,
and the one that saves the people money
and the horses lots of worry. The Deering
Binder cuts 6 , 7 , 8 , and 10 feet at a time
and has a header attachment. What
more do you want ?
Well , we presume a i2 = foot header and
binder , which we have in the HARVEST =
ER KING , the best kind of its make on
the market and is liked by all who see its
work. Don't buy a Mower , Hay Rake ,
Binder or Header without first looking
over our stock.
S. M. COCHRAN & CO.
M. Vincent is painting Pat Walsh's ice
Walsh and Randall brought their cattle
down from winter quarters , ' 1 uesday.
Horatio Stone says that two-row beet culti
vator is the handiest garden tool he ever used.
Mrs. John Whittaker was the recipient of a
cake of choice maple sugar , this week , from
her sister , Mrs. C. C. Newman of New York , a
former resident of Red Willow county. j
Nettie Button left school , Wednesday , and
came home to help her mother , who is suffer
ing from some severe bruises and a possible
fracture of the right arm , received by coming
in contact with a loose board in the walk.
"That fellow will get his face slapped if he
don't quit trying to flirt with me , " sweetly re
marked a "this end" belle on seeing the young
man across the street ( under the broad thatch )
in his antics to keep the gnats from making
the top of his head an island. In a friendly
spirit one would like to inform the Y. M. that
while those hand flourishes may pass for fight
ing gnats in the valley of the Big Muddy , in
this vale of culture and strict morality where
"beauty stands at the gate" they are likely to
be misconstrued and lead to unpleasant com
Golden weddings are taking place all over
the'country. The old couples evidently took
Rocky Mountain Tea in their young days.
350. Ask your druggist.
Small grain is coming in fine shape.
G. H. Simmerman marketed hogs in Mc
Cook , close of last week.
The census of Coleman and Box Elder pre
cincts will be taken by W. S. Bixler.
Mabel Wales is visiting friends near Bev
erly , going up the branch , Wednesday morn
H. B. Wales has fenced in about sixty acres
mo're for pasture ; and J. W. Corner has in
creased his pasturage some. also.
John N.Smith and wife and R.J.Traphagan
and lady took in the meeting of the A.O.U.W.
lodge in McCook , Monday evening.
J. Q. Hood , justice of the peace , Crosby ,
Miss. , makes the following statement : "I can
certify that One Minute Cough Cure will do
all that is claimed for it. My wife could not
get her breath and the first dose of it relieved
her. It has also benefitted my whole family. "
It acts immediately and cures coughs , colds ,
croup , grippe , bronchitis , asthma and all
throat and lung troubles. D. W. Loar.
I Out of respect for a visit of 6,000 Baptists
the saloons of Hot Springs , Ark. , closed for a
day , compelling the people to confine their in
take to water.
! A Keen , Clear Brain.
Your best feelings , your social position or
business success depend largely on the perfect
action of your stomach and liver. Dr. King's
New Life Pills give increased strength , a
keen , clear brain , high ambition. A 25 cent
box will make you feel like a new being.
Sold by McConnell & Berry , druggists.
Twixt the solar plexus and the jaw , Jim
Corbett seems to be having a monkey and
parrot time of it in the prize ring.
The easiest and most effective method of
purifying the blood , and invigorating the
system is to take DeWitt's Little Early Risers ,
the famous little pills for cleansing the liver
and bowels. D. W. Loar.
To meet newspaper requirements , hail
stones that fail in Nebraska must be as big as
To Cure a Cold in a Day.
Take Laxative Brome Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money if it fails to
cure. li. W. Grove's signature on every box.
25c. 4-1- _
White's Cream Vermifuge not only effectu
ally destroys worms , it also increases the ap
petite , aids assimilation and transforms a frail
infant into one of robust health. Price , 25
cents. A. McMillen.
Both Bryan and Towne are beardless men ,
and yet the Populists nominated them. The
world do move , sure ! *
"After suffering from severe dyspepsia over
twelve years and using many remedies with
out permanent good I finally took Kodol Dys
pepsia Cure. It did me so much good I rec
ommended it to everyone , " writes J. E. Watkins -
kins , clerk and recorder , Chillicothe , Mo. It
digests what you eat. D. W. Loar.
We infer from the reports of General
Young that Aguinaldo has fully recovered
from his last death.
Don't despair because you have a weak
constitution. The vitalizing principle of Herb
ine will assuredly strengthen it. In every
drop of Herbine there is life. There is a stim
ulating , regenerating power , unequalled in
the whole range of medicinal preparations.
Price , 5o cents. A. McMillen.
When the policemen come out in summer
uniforms what is more natural than that in
taking up a position on the sidewalk they
should arrest attention.
Pcarlie Ruggles has been paying a visit ii
Wm. Byfield has put in five acres of suga :
beets as an experiment.
Mrs. Strayer and Mrs.'Lee were visitors t <
this neighborhood on Tuesday.
Charlie Byfield is in possession of his com
mission as census-taker for this district.
A good many McCookites observe the Sab
bath by coming to this point to fish , and semi
of them grow quite hilarious.
Fresh "garden sass" from our own garden !
is right in style on the Willow , and quite :
rivalry exists as to who shall be the nr&t U
eat green peas.
Who said it would rain for seven Sunday !
because it rained Easter Sunday ? Evidently
it was a mistake , and we down at the Willow
never did believe in that saying. Well , wt
might have , too , before last Sunday.
Miss Lucy Peake will close a successfu
term of school in district No. I with a picnic
Friday afternoon , and an exhibition in the
evening Miss Peake knows how to managt
such things and there is no doubt of the suc
cess of the entertainment.
A Fast Bicycle Rider
\Vill often receive painful cuts , sprains ot
bruises from accidents. Bucklen's Arnica
Salve will kill the pain and heal the injury.
It's the cyclist's friend. Cures chafing , sore
lips , chapped hands , burns , ulcers and piles.
( Jure guaranteed. Only 25c. Try it. Sold
by McConnell & Berry , druggists.
Mis. Peter Brewer has returned home from
Denver , where she has been spending the
Frank Stephens , Jr. , of the Crete nurseries
was the guest of J H. Stephens , last Thurs
day , returning the same day.
F. S. Schoonover has just bought a header
nnd binder combined. He has in a large
acreage of wheat , and will be ready for the
harvest , this year.
George Oakley and family will leave , this
week , for their new home in Oklahoma.
George will always be remembered as the
great Oklahoma auctioneer.
Corn is most all planted , and now millet
and cane are receiving the attention of the
fanners. A good shower would not be out of
place to keep up a steady growth.
Piles are not only most painful , but also
very dangerous , as the inflamed nodules are
very apt to take on malignant action and can
cer of the rectum is produced. They should
be cured. Tabler's Buckeye Pile Ointment
will cure the most obstinate cases. Price , 50
cents in bottles. Tubes , 75c. A. McMillen.
Charlie Boatman has bought him a farm.
Small grain is looking fine and promising.
County Treasurer Thompson visited the
home folks , Sunday.
Quite a number of friends and neighbors
gathered at the home of Mrs. Dodge , Monday
afternoon , and assisted in making memorable
and happy her 5Qth birthday.
Pade's walked almost
Henry four-year-old boy
most into McCook , one day early in the week ,
to spend a penny. When found he had al
most leached the city , and objected to return
ing home until he had realized his mission.
He had walked about five miles , and the
neighbor who was looking for him had to
sprint pretty lively to catch him after he told
the lad he would have to go home without
jetting the candy.
When the liver fails to seciete bile , the
: > lood becomes loaded with bilious properties ,
: he digestion becomes impaired and the
towels constipated. Ilerbine has a direct
action on the liver and excretory organs , and
a few doses will cure any case of biliousness.
Price , 50 cents. A. McMillen.
The wheat crop looks well.
Some say the chintz bugs and grasshoppers
are likely to be bad , this season.
August Broman of Chicago and Florence
Moore "sped to visit friends here soon.
The new church looks well since the spire
is on and carpentering done. It will be
painted and seated as soon as possible.
The cyclone was very severe on those hav
ing no insurance ; household furniture , farm
ing implements , hay and grain were destroyed
in nearly every case.
need not lose flesh in summer J
| if you use the proper means |
9 to prevent it. You think
I you can't take SCOTT'S
$ EMULSION in hot weather ,
I but you can take it and diy -
y gest it as well in summer as J
I in winter. It is not like the |
plain cod-liver oil , which is
| difficult to take at any time. f
9 If you are losing flesh , j
| you are losing ground and
$ and must have it to keep up J
J your flesh and strength. If §
J you have been taking it and |
| prospering on it , don't fail to $
g continue until you are thor-
5 oughly strong and well.
500. and $1.00 , all druggists.
SCOTT & BOWNE , Chemists , New York.
Nothing else adda so much
to thechnrrnof the drawing
room or boudoir as thn softly radiant -
ant lijrht from COUDOVA Candlea.
, Nothing will contribute more to the
artistic BUCCOB * of the luncheon ,
, tea or dinner. The bent decorative
candles for the Mmplext or the
most elaborate function for cot
tage or mansion. Made in all colon
and the most delicate tints by
STANDARD OIL. CO.
and sold everywhere.
Ex-Sheriff Neel had business in the county
seat , Thursday of this week.
Miss Dolly Shepherdson of Riverton visited
Indianola friends , last Saturday.
George Cramer found it necessary to visi.
the county capital , last Saturday , on business
Miss \\elboin , county superintendent , had
business in the county's capital city , yester
B. B. Duckworth , Art Crabtree and James
McCallum took in the sports , Tuesday , at
McCook's Field-day for the relief of the fam
ine sufferers in far-off India.
George Cramer has protested against the
payment of the bill for the .new vault doors ,
recently put into the court-house ; and the
mr.tter will be settled in the next term of dis
Miss Gertrude Teel. who has been in Lin
coln for a number of months , taking treatment
in the sanitarium for rheumatism , arrived
home on Monday evening , very much im
proved in health.
When the people of Indianola learn to pull
together for the common advantage and ad
vancement of the town , they will have learned
the most valuable lesson they need. And it
will soon be more pleasant and profitable to
While our great and puissant insurgent
editor , like Ishmael of old , has his hand raised
against everybody on general principles , there
are at least three of earth's favored for whom
he boldly avows his undying admiration and
love : Bob Thomas , Matt Rollings and Eli
Akers. But no one thinks harshly of the boys
on this account.
Tortured a Witness.
Intense suffering was endured by witness
1. L. Martin of Dixie , Ky. , before he gave
this evidence : "I coughed every night until
my throat was nearly raw ; then tried Dr.
King's New Discovery , which gave instant re
lief. I have used it in my family for four
years and recommend it as the greatest rem
edy for coughs , colds and all throat , chest and
lung troubles. It will stop the worst cough ,
and not only prevents but absolutely cures
consumption. Price , 50C and Si.oo. Every
bottle guaranteed. Trial bottles free at McConnell -
Connell & Berry's drug store.
Admiral Dewey has begun to kiss the ba
bies down spulh. This is the first real symp
tom of political fever he has yet developed.
Rheumatism is conceded to have its origin
in a poisoned condition of the blood , and to
be most successfuly treated by Herbine ,
which acts upon the liver , kidneys and other
blood purifying organs , thereby divesting the
system of the offending agents. Price , 5 °
cents. A. McMillen.
The hammock built for two is again com
ing into favor , while the sofa stands alone
and deserted in a corner of the sparkery.
"I think DeWitt's Little Early Risers are
the best pills in the world , " says W. E. Lake ,
Happy Creek , Va. They remove all ob
structions of the liver and bowels , act quickly
and never gripe. D. W. Loar.
A New Jersey bicyclist was struck by light
ning and only painfully bruised. The dam
age to the scorcher that scorched the scorcher
is not mentioned.
"DeWitt's Little Early Risers are the finest
pills I ever used. " D. J. Moore _ , Millbrook ,
Ala. They quickly cure all liver and bowel
troubles. D. W. Loar.
The Sioux Indian chief Two-Strikes has
embraced Christianity and joined the church ,
lie seems to realize that one more strike will
put him out.
I reckon not the seasons ,
Nor the years that come and go ,
Life's an ajl-around pleasure to me ,
Since taking Rocky Mountain Tea. Ask
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In county court , within and for Red Willow
county , Nebraska , May 12 , 1000 , in the matter of
the pstato of Noah Sawyer , deceased. To the
creditor.- said estate : You are hereby uoti-
lied , that I will sit at the county court room in
McCook in said county , on the 12th day of No
vember , 1JXK ) , at 10 o'clock a. in. , to receive and
examine all claims against said estate , with a
view to their adjustment and allowance. The
time limited for the presentation of claims
against said estate is six months from the 12th
day of May , A. D. 1900. and the time limited for
payment of debts is one year from said 12th day
of May , 1900. Witness my hand and the seal of
said county court this 12th day of May , 1900.
[ SEAL ] 5-18-3t G. S. BISHOP , County Judge.
NOTICE TO LAND OWNERS.
EOAD NO. 346.
To William Karp , Maggie Brooks and Ada
Vierschilling , administratrixes of estatcsof Mar
garet Vierschilling , deceased , Hugh W. Cole , and
to all whom it may concern : The board of county
commissioners has established and ordered
opened a road commencing at _ the southeast
corner of section 16 , in Bondvillo precinct , Red
Willow county , Nebraska , running thence north
one mile between sections 1T and 16 , said town
ship and range , to the northeast corner of said
section 16 , and terminating thereat , and all ob
jections thereto or claims for damages must be
filed in the county clerk's oflice on or before
noon of the 20th day of July , A. D. 1900 , or said
road will be e tabli hed without reference
thereto. R. A. GREEN. County Clerk.
5-11-lts O. R. RITTEXIIOUSE , Deputy.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Oflice at McCook , Nebraska. April 26 ,
1900. Notice is hereby given that the following-
named settler has filed notice of his intention to
make final proof in support of his claim , and
that said proof will be made before Register
and Receiver at McCook , Nebraska , on Satur
day , Juno 2 , 1900 , viz : Allen E. Boyer , H. E.
10700 for the nw section 85 , township 1 , north ,
range 28 , west Cth P. M. Hi- names the following
witnesses to prove his continuous residence up
on and cultivation of. said land , viz : Jessie E.
Ashtou. Barnet E. Ashtou , George Hess , Charles
He" ? , all of Danburj.
4-27-6ts. F. M. RATHUX , Register.
'WE ' HAVE
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BED ROOM AND
SIX PIECE SETS ,
Latest Thing1 Out ,
TWELVE PIECE SETS ,
With Slop Jar ,
EIGHT STYLES TO SEPlain White. Raised Figures in Semi-Por-
LECT FROM , WHICH MAY celain. Rose. Delf Blue. Raw Umber. Oban
BE HAD WITH OR WITH- Green Maroorr. A Beautiful Blend of Salmon ,
OUT SLOP JAR. Blue and Olive.
Nothing adds more to the richness of a nicely appointed bedroom , than one
of those beautiful sets now open for your inspection at
THE BEE HIVE , - - - McCook
"I had stomach trouble twenty years and
gave up hope of being cured till 1 began to
use Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. It has done me
so much good I calj it the savioi of my life , "
writes W. R. Wilkinson , Albany , Tenn. It
digests what you eat. D. W. Loar.
DR. JOHN McPnEE ,
. . . . of Chicago.
IS-Office with Dr. Gage.
J. B. BALLARD ,
© 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.
C. H. BOYLE ,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
McCook , Nebraska.
Telephone 44. P. O. Building
F. D. BUKGESS ,
McCOOK , NEBR.
Iron. Lead and -Sewer Pipe , Brass
Goods , Pumps , an Boiler Trimmings ,
Agent for Halliday , Waupun , Eclipse
Windmills. Basement of the Meeker-
McCOOK STJEGICAL HOSPITAL ,
D.W. V. GAGE.
McCook , - - - - Nebraska.
Office and Hospital over First National Bank.
JOHN E. KELLEIY
ATTORNEY AT LAW
McCooK , NEHRASKA.
BJr-Afjent of Lincoln Land Co. Office- -
Rear of First National bank.
The Kimme ! Institute of iViagnetic Healing.
Learn the Science of us by in ail , or at our office. We Guarantee-
good business 1o all our graduates.
Our office is now at 318 South T\velfth street , where we have fitted up rooms on the
first floor , with separate operating rooms for ladies and gentlemen. Mrs. Kimme ] , who
has been in charge of the ladies' department at Leavenworth , Kansas , and noted for her
brilliant success in the treatment of all female diseases , is now in charge of the female
patients at Lincoln.
The President , Rev. J.V. . Kimmel , gives personal attention to all patients , and is
in charge of the gentlemen's operating rooms. Treatment by mail a specialty.
The Kimmel Institute has treated hundreds of cases of chronic diseases with uni
versal success. Guarantee if desired. Diseases of eyes , ears , brain , throat , bronchial
tubes , lungs , liver , stomach , kidneys , bowels , generative organs , bladder , uretha , womb'
ovaries , rheumatism , neuralgia , paralysis and all nervous troubles are permanently
cured without the use of drugs or knives.
MAGNETISM AND MIND are nature's own remedies and all that we use. Tes
timonials at our office. There is help for all. "Come and see" or address
\ REV. J. W. KIMMEL , 318 South Twelfth Street , Lincoln , Nebraska.
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