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About The McCook tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 1886-1936 | View Entire Issue (June 1, 1900)
NOT AN EXPERIMENT , BUT A TRIED SUCCESS
Will exhibit at McCook on
FRIDAY , JUNE 8 , 19OO
Twice larger , greater , better than ever before , carrying more Aerial Acts , Ground
Acts , trained Horses , Ponies and Dogs than ever before seen with a wagon show.
-BIG BRASS BANDS-
A Bevy of Funny Clowns. A Grand Free Street Parade at twelve o'clock. Two
Performances daily , afternoon and evening.
ADMISSION , 15 AND 25 CENTS
The chintz bug has come early , this year.
Some farmers are too busy to play marbles.
Frank Moore and wife attended Memorial
services at Wilsonville , Sunday.
There are said to be two candidates for
representative in this precinct.
Miss Florence Moore came to visit friends
and relatives here , last Monday. She will
probably spend most of the summer in this
Work on the new church pi-ogresses slowly ,
as those who have worked most are busy in
their fields. The building will probably be
painted , next week.
Starvation never yet cured dyspepsia. Per
sons with indigestion are already half starved.
They need plenty of wholesome food. Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat so the
body can be nourished while th'e worn out or
gans are being reconstituted. It is the only
preparation known that will instantly relieve
and completely cure all stomach troubles.
Try it if you are suffering from indigestion.
It will certainly do you good. D.V. . Loar.
The advance in prices of prunes by the
California trust may restore the dried apple
to fiist place in the list of boarding house
There's no beauty in all the land ,
That can with her face compare.
Her lips are red. her eyes are bright ,
She takes Rocky Mountain Tea at night.
Ask your druggist.
Messrs. Standing & Waiting are the pro
prietors of a general store in a Kansas town.
They surely do not advertise.
A Life and Death Fight.
W. A. limes of Manchester , la. , writing of
of his almost miraculous escape from death ,
says : "Exposure after measles induced seri
ous lung trouble , which ended in consump
tion. 1 had frequent hemorrhages and coughed
night and day. All my doctors said I must
soon die , when I began to use Dr.King's New
Discovery which wholly cured me. Hundreds
have used it on my advice , and all say it never
fails to cure throat , chest and lung troubles. "
Regular size We and Si. Trial bottles free at
McConnell & Herry's drug store.
[ OFFICIAL iiv AUTHORITY. ]
McCook , Nebraska , May 23,1900.
Board or county commissioners met pursuant
to adjournment. Present , Henry Crabtrcu , Stephen -
phen Holies and D. A. Waterman , county com-
mii-sioners , W. R. Starr , county attorney , and
K. A. Green , county clerk. Minutes of previous
mooting read and approved.
It appearing to the board from the petition of
Nathan Tubbs and others , and upon examina
tion the board finds that the public oed re
quires it , on motion the following road is es
tablished : Commencing at the .southeast cor
ner of section two. township four north , range
twenty-nine west , thence west on section line
ono and one-half miles and terminating at
southwest corner of southeast quarter of sec
tion three , township four , rauge twenty-nine
west of the Gth P. M. , and clerk was instructed
to notify overseers of highways to open said
road , and al.--o notify owners of _ land along the
line of proponed road to lile claims for damages
caused by locating said road on or before the
: ! ( ) th day of July , 1900 , or no further reference ,
will be made thereto.
It appearing to the board from the petition of
J. Walkington and others , and upon examina
tion the board finds that the miblic good re-
qiiires it. on motion the following road is es
tablished : Commencing at the southwest cor
ner of the northwest quarter of section nine ,
township four north , range twbnt.v-six west of
the fith P. M. , Red Willow comity , Nebraska ,
and thence running south one-half mile between
sections eight and nine , and thence east one-
half mile between sections nine and sixteen ;
and further to vacate the road beginning at
said southwest corner of the northwest quarter
ofsaid _ section nine , and running east one-half
mileand _ thence south one-half mile , and clerk
was instructed to notify overseers of highways
to open said road , and a o notify owners of
land along the line of proposed road to file
claims for damages on or before the liOth day of
July , 1900 , or no further reference will be made
The following claims were audited and al
lowed and on motion clerk was instructed to
draw warrants on the county general fund , levy
of 1 99 , in payment thereof as follows :
Michael Esch , assessing liondvillo pet 544 CO
W. K. Kersey , same , Colemnn 40 CO
1 K. P. Goehring , same , Driftwood 41 ( JO
L. M. Howard , s-ame , Fritsch "io CO
H. I. Peterson , same. Grant 42 GO
R. E. Divine , same. Perry : . )
J. H. Goreley , same , T.\ rene : i9 40
R. M. Osborn , drayage and grading on
sidewalk 16 70
Clark it ISoweii , feed for team for insane
Lincoln Land Co. , water for trees for jear
McCook Electric Light Co. , light for court
house 18 37
R. O. IIam on. work on court-house yard t 50
T. F. Rowell , oiling court-house iloors ! 1 00
M. 15. Hogan , finishing counter , etc 9 7.1
Flo > d Proper , washing windows , etc 2 00
W. C. Billiard & Co. , coal 13 73
W. C. Milliard & Co. , lumber 33 M
Rarnett Lumber Co. , lumber 20 31
J. C. Oakley , board of pauper 15 ( X )
A. C. Crabtree , board and care of prisoners S 00
G. F. Kinsrhorn , fees. State vs. Miller 34 f > 2
G.F. Kiiighoru , janitor work around court-
4 . > 0
G. C. Boatman , money advanced 1 4. >
Henry Crabtree , services as commissioner 35 10
Stephen Belles , same 28 CO
D. A. Waterman , same 34 70
And on county bridge fund , levy of 1899 , as
E. Oxley , bridge work $10 12
George. Younger , same 3 00
Barnett Lumber Co. , lumber 58 4S
Barnett Lumber Co. , lumber 931
Burnett Lumber Co , , lumber 3 58
Baruott Lumber Co. . lumber 1396
And on county road fund , levy of 1S99 , as fol
G. F. Kinghorn , serving road papers , No.
340 $ 1 20
A. C. Crabtree , same 2 55
Stephen Belles , team work G 50
C. O. Hale , grading near Ludwick place. . 2 50
W. F. Porter , team work 1 25
D. A. Waterman , refunding road receipt. . 3 00
W. G. Dutton , same 43
Joe Ceasar , same 22
On motion board adjourned to meet June 12th
as board of equlization.
Attest : R. A. GKEEN- , County Clerk.
6RDER OF HEARING.
State of Nebraska , Red Willow county , ss.
Ata county court , held at the county court
room in and for said county , May 29 , A. D. 1900.
Present , G. S. Bishop , county judge. In the
matter of the estate of John Real , deceased. On
reading and filing the petition of Sarah Real ,
praying that administration of said estate may
bo granted to John Real as administrator. Or
dered , that June IS , A. D. 1900 , at 10 o'clock a.
m. , is assigned for hearing said petition , when
all persons interested in said matter may i\n-
pear at a county court to be held in and for said
county , and show cause why the prayer of peti
tioner should not be granted ; and that notice <
of the pendency of said petition and the hearing 1
thereof bo given to all persons interested in said r
matter bv publishing a copy of this order in ' \
THE McCooK TRIBUNE , a weekly newspaper r
printed in said county , for three successive > 1 \
weeks , prior to said daof hearing. I J
[ SEAL ] ( j-l-3t G. S. Bisnor , County Judge. 4
Nothing el so adds to much
to the charm of the drawing
room or boudoir as the softly radi
ant li/cht from CORDOVA Candles.
, Nothing will contribute moro to the
artUtlc aucceti of the luncheon ,
, tea or dinner. The bent decorative
candles for the simplest or the
most elaborate function for cot-
tape or inanulon. Made in all colon
and the moat delicate tints bj
STANDAHD OIL CO.
and told everywhere.
Joseph Sanders has sweet corn a foot high.
H. B. Wales and family observed Memorial
day in McCook.
11. K. liixler has bought a new cultivator ,
that plows six rows to the round.
Bert Wales has put in 240 acres of crops ,
this season , which entitles him to be styled a
George Kodenburg recently sold 105 bush
els of corn , and George Simmerman marketed
a load of wheat in McCook , last Saturday.
Harry , Clarence , Charles and Mabel Wales
and Russell and Kmma Corner of this pre
cinct attended the graduating exercises of the
McCook High school , last Thursday night.
To Cure a Cold in a Day.
Take Laxative Brome Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money if it fails to
cure. t. W. Grove's signature on every box.
Keports show that over fifteen hundred
lives have been saved through the use of One
Minute Cough Cure. Most of these were
cases of grippe _ _ , croup , asthma , whooping
cough , bronchitis and pneumonia. Its early
use prevents consumption D. W. Loar.
NOTICE OF ATTACHMENT.
Eli Crockford will take notice that on the 21bt
day of April , 1900 , II. II. Berry , a justice of the
peace in and for Willow Grove precinct , Red
Willow county , Nebraska , fortho _ sum of $10.00 ,
in an action iwmling before him , wherein John
A. Gunn is plaintiff and Eli Crockfprd is de
fendant , that money due _ and unpaid the de
fendant and in thu possession of Jacob Raudel.
has been .attached under an order of attach
ment. Said cause was continued to the 15th
day of June , 1WX ) , at D o'clock a. m.
JOHN. A. GUNN.
First publication , May 25,1000. lits.
By virtue of an order of sale , it-tiled from the
district court of Red Willow county , Nebraska ,
under a decree in an action wherein James Par-
dee is plaintiff , and Katie E. Phillips et al. de
fendants , 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-hoi e
in McCook , Red Willow county , Nebraska , on
the 25th day of June , 1000 , at the hour of ono
o'clock , p. m. . the following described real es
tate , to-wit : The south half of the t-ontheast
quarter of section 20 , and the north half of the
northeast quarter of section 29 in township 3 ,
north , range 27 , west of the Gth P..M. . in Red
Willow county , Nebraska.
Dated this 23 < 1 day of May , A. D. 1000.
5-25--ts. G. F. KINGIIOKN , Sheriff.
By AC. . Ci Aimtii : , Deputy.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In county court , within and for Red Willow
county , Nebraska , May 12 , 1000 , in the matter of
the estate of Noah Sawyer , deceased. To the
creditors of said estate : You are hereby noti
fied. that I will sit at the county court room in
McCook in said count ) , on the 12th da.of . No
vember , 1000 , at 10 o'clock a. m. , to receive and
examine all claim.- , against said estate , with a
view to their adjustment and allowance. The
time limited for the pre.-entation 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 , 1000. Witness my hand and the seal of
said comity court this 12th day of May , I'M ) .
5-18-tt : G. S. BISHOI * , County Ju'dge.
NOTICE TO LAND OWNERS.
[ UOAD NO. 317. ]
To Chas. H. Sloan. Emma E. Atwater , Ira IL
Harrison , John F. Miller , and Providence Mut
ual Inv. Co. , and to \\homit _ may concern :
The board of count } commissioners \ < * estab
lished and ordered opened a road commencing
at the southeast corner of section 2 , town-hip 4
north , rauge 20 west , in Box Elder precinct , Red
Willow county , Nebraska , running _ thence west
on section line one and one-half miles , and ter
minating at southwest corner of southeast quar
ter of section : i , township 1 , rauge 20 , west of the
G P. M. , and all objections thereto or claims for
damages must bo filed in the county clerk's
office on or before noon of the 150th dav of July ,
A. D. UHX ) , or said road will be established with
out reference thereto.
G-l-4ts R. A. GRUKN , County Clerk.
O. R. RITTUNHOUSI : , Deputy.
NOTICE TO L VND OWNERS.
[ ROAD M ) . Hlfe.J
To Mary A. Fuuk and William S. Bye. and to
nil whom it may concern : The board of county
commi'iouers has established and ordered
opened a road commencing at the southwest
corner of the northwest quarter of H-ctiou 0 ,
township I , north , range 26 , in North Valley ] > re-
ciuct , Red Willow county , Nebraska , running
thence south one-half mile between sections' 8
and 0aud ; theuce cast one-half mile between
sections 0 and 1G ; and further to vacate * he
road beginning at said southwest corner of the
northwest quarter of said section 9 and running
east one-half mile , and thence south one-half
mile , and all objections thereto or claims for
damages must bo filed in the county clerk's
office on or before noon of the 30th day of July ,
A. D. 1000. or said road will be established with
out reference thereto.
6-l-4ts R. A. GREEN , County Clerk.
O. R. RITTEXHOUSL : , Deputy.
NOTICE TO LAND OWNERS.
ROAD NO. IMG.
To William Karp , Maggie Brooks and Ada
Vierschilling , administratrixes of estates of Mar
garet Vierschilliug , 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
ono mile between sections 15 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 office ou or before
noon of the 20th day of July , A. D. 1000 , or said
road will be established without reference
thereto. R. A. GREEN. County Clerk.
5-ll-4ts O. R. RITTENHOUSE , Deputy.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at McCook , Nebraska. April 26 ,
1000. 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
imd Receiver at McCook , Nebraska , on Satur-
ilay. June 2 , 1000 , viz : Allen E. Boyer , H. E.
10700 for the nw H section 35 , township 1 , north ,
range 2a , west Gth P. M. He names the following
witnesses to prove his continuous residence up-
Dii and cultivation of.aid land , viz : Jessie E.
\shton. Barnet E. A hton , George lies- , Charles
Hess , all of Dauburj.
l-27-6ts. F. M. KATIICN , Register.
* X Soregtma
PONT POISON YOURSELF-
And family by eating cream from an old ,
worn out freezer , that has the tin worn
and the rust is mixing with the cream.
" in all
We have the "WHITE MOUNTAIN" make
2-Quart , - - $ I 45
3-Quart , - -
4-Quart , - - $3.25
6-Quart , - $2.75
8-Quart , - - $3'45
At the lowest price possible to make on this su
perior line of freezers.
z : onsix/sr.
THE BEE HIVE , McCoOK , NEBRASKA
"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 call it the savioi of my life , "
writes W. R. Wilkinson , Albany , Tenn. It
digests what you eat. D. W. Loar.
. . . . of Chicago.
over McConnell & Herry's.
J. B. BALLARD ,
© DENTIST. ©
All dental woik 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
HcCook , Nebraska.
Telephone 44. P. O. Building-
F. D. BURGESS ,
McCOOK , NEBR.
Iron. Lead and Sewer Pipe , Brass
Goods , Pumps , an Boiler Trimmings ,
Agent for Halliday , Waupun , Eclipse
Windmills. Basement of the Meeker-
McCOOK SUEGICAL HOSPITAL ,
D. W. V. GAGE ,
McCook. - - - Nebraska.
Office and Hospital over First National Bank.
JOHN E. KELLEY ,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
McCooK , NEBRASKA.
239-Agent of Lincoln Land Co. Office- -
Rear of First National bank.
The Kimmel Institute of ivlagnetic Healing ,
Learn tJie Science of UK l j mail , or at our office. We guarantee CL
good business to all our graduates.
Our office is now at 318 South Twelfth street , where we have fitted up rooms on the
first floor , with separate operating rooms for ladies and gentlemen. Mrs. Kimmel , who
has been in charge of the ladies' department at Leavynworth , Kansas , and noted for her
bnlliant success in the treatment of all female diseases , is now in charge of the female
patients at Lincoln.
The President , Rev. J. W. 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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I V. FRANKLIN , PRESIDENT. A. C. EBERT , CASHIER. $
OF MeCOOK , NEB.
si Paid Up Capital $ S
, $50,000. Surplus , $ J cooo
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II V. FRANKLIN , W.F.McFARLAND , A ' C ' EBERT
' - H.T. CHURCH , OSCAR CALLIHAN 'C.'H.
, . . WILLARD.
A BLIND MAN
Is one who fails to profit by experience , even though he has use of both eyes without the aid of
glasses. Time and again people buy clothing that is half made and containing mostly "Shoddy
and Flock. " Remember that three years among you has taught you that we carry no satinet
goods in the house ; what you buy of us is reliable and made by the best equipped factories in the
in the country. Our prices are the lowest named for good goods ; we carry no other.
FRANK J. MORGAN , McCook , Nebraska.
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