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I Oxfords ! Oxfords ! Oxfords !
P' ' 1
k : TAN SHOES FOR MEN AND |
WOMEN. JUST WHAT YOU X
WANT FOR SUMMER WEAR. J }
Light , Cool , Comfortable
In all the latest shades = = Tan ,
Chocolate , Wine and Black.
We are sole agents for the Streetman Cush
ion Sole Shoes and Oxfords , for ladies.
Shoes , $3.00 ; Oxfords , $2.50.
A large stock to select from and our prices
are the lowest. "You are invited to call and *
examine these goods for yourself.
VAHUE & PETTY.
MeCOOK , NEBRASKA.
A Life and Death Fight.
AV. A. limes of Manchester , la. , writing of
of his almost miraculous escape from death ,
says : "Exposure after measles induced seri
ous lung trouhle , which ended in consump
tion , lhad frequent hemorrhages and coughed
ight and day. All my doctors-said 1 must
soon die , when I began to ui > e Dr.King's New
Discovery which wholly cured me. Hundreds
liave used it on my advice , and all say it never
fails to cure throat , chest and lung troubles. "
Regular size We and $1. Trial bottles free at
INIcConnell & Berry's drug store.
An exchange says Neely's Indiana career
"was not creditable. " Neither was his Cuban
career. He did a strictly cash business.
A Monster Devil Fish
Destroying its victim is a type of constipa
tion. The power of this malady is felt on or
gans , nerves , muscles and brain. But Dr.
King's New Life Pills are a safe and certain
cure. Best "n the world for stomach , liver ,
kidneys and bowels. Only 25c at McConnell
& Berry's drug store.
Alfred Austin claims that his Mafeking
poem is alter Tennyson's Balaklava. It will
never overtake it.
Thou hast strange notions for one so young
a substitute to think that thou art the same as
Rocky Mountain Tea , made by the Madison
Medicine Co. 350. Ask your druggist.
For Infants and Children.
etabe ! Pr eparalionfor As
liii the Stomachs andBowels of Bears tlie
ness andRcsl.Contains neither
Aperfccl Remedy forConslipa-
Tion , Sour Stomach , Diarrhoea
Worms .Convulsions feverishness -
ness and LOSS OF SLEEP.
Pac Simile Signature pF
EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER.
THE CENTAUR COMPANY. NEW VOHK CITY
Starvation never yet cured dyspepsia. Per A Sprained Ankle Quickly Cured.
sons with indigestion are already half starved. "At one time I suffered from a severe sprain
They need plenty of wholesome food. Kodol of the ankle , " says Geo. E. Gary , editor of the
Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat so the Guide , Washington , Va. "After using several
body can be nourished while trie worn out or- well recommended medicines without success
tjans are being reconstructed. It is the only I tried Chamberlain's Pain Balm , and am
preparation known that will instantly relieve pleased to say that relief came as soon as I
and completely cure .all stomach troubles. began its use and a complete cure speedily
Try it if you are suffering from indigestion. followed. " Sold by McConnell & Berry.
It will certainly do you good. D. W. Loar.
Senator Clark's wedding present to his
"Populism may receive a quite large acces daughter was valued at $14,000,000. Sons-in-
sion to its ranks in Boston. The barbers of law come a little higher than senatorial seats
that city have doubled the prices of shavis in Montana , this year.
If you are troubled with that most uncom
Neglect is the short step so many take from fortable disease called piles , don't neglect it.
a cough or cold to consumption. The early Don't let the complaint get a firm hold. Ev
use ofOne Minute Cough Cure prevents con ery day the disease is neglected it grows
sumption , it is the only harmless remedy worse. Commence _ at once to use Tabler's
that gives immediate results. It cures all Buckeye Pile Ointment ; the relief is immedi
throat and lung troubles. Children all like it ate , and cure infallible. Price. 50 cents in
and mothers e'ndorse it. D. W. Loar. bottles , tubes , 75 cents. A. McMillen.
Lin ford Fitch is working on the Morlan
Roy Barnes is working for the Burlington ,
John Hurtless is irrigating on the Morlan
ranch , this week.
Charles Green of Vailton is helping . G.
Dulton , this week.
There was a good attendance at Sunday-
school , last Sunday.
Remember the preaching , next Sunday ; all
are cordially invited.
Rain is needed very badly in this part of
the country , at present.
The South Side farmers are harvesting
their first crop of alfalfa.
We regret to note that grasshoppers are be
coming more numerous.
Leslie Jones of Pleasant Ridge is helping
Win. Thomas irrigate , this week.
Andrew Culbertson of Pleasant Ridge called
in South Side , Wednesday of this week , on
Those who have the work in charge are
making big preparations for Children's day
exercises , which are to be held on the ith of
this month. The work of preparing the pro
gramme is in the hands of Florence Johnston ,
Eurilla Fitch and Winona Jones. It is to be
a great day for the children and all are cor
If troubled with rheumatism , give Chamber-
lam's Pain-Halm a trial. It will not cost you
a cent if it does no good. One application
will iclieve the pain. It also cures sprains
and bruises in one-third the time required by
any other treatment. Cuts , burns , frostbites ,
quinsy , pains in the side and chest , glandu
lar and other swellings are quickly cured by
applying it. Every bottle warranted. Price ,
25 and 50 cts. McConnell & Berry , Druggists.
A fine rain , first of the week.
Julia Sly is expected home , June loth , on a
The ice-cream social at J. M. Hammond's
was well attended.
Mrs. W. N. Cratty is at home now and get
ting along quite well.
Cliildien's-day will be observed on June
l6th at the school-house.
May Thompson is getting better and will
be at home on Satuiday.
Charles Shears and family arrived fiom
Illinois on Sunday evening.
A Wealth of Beauty
Is often hidden by unsightly pimples , ecze-
na , tetter , erysipelas , salt rheum etc. Buck-
en's Arnica Salve will glorify the face by curIng -
Ing all skin eruptions , also cuts , bruises , burns ,
boils , felons , ulcers , and worst forms of piles.
Duly 25c a box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by
McConnell & Berry , Druggists.
I low in the world our dear ladies can get
hose crooked spring hats on straight is a
> roblem too deep for the average man.
If the stomach performs its functions act
ively and regularly , the food of which it is the
eceptarle is transformed into blood of a
lourishing quality , which furnishes vigor and
varmtli to the whole body. Ilerbine gives
one to the stomach and promotes digestion
and assimilation. Price,50 cents. A.McMillen.
Ref. Mr. Jeffries has gone east to witness a
ew prize fights. Ilis pulpit no doubt feels
You feel better at once after using Ilerbine ,
'ou enjoy your food more , and you get more
nourishment and invigorating foice out of
vhat you eat. Hence Ilerbine makes you
trong , vigorous and cheerful. Price , 50 cents.
\ . McMillen.
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION.
Know all men by thc'-o presents : That we , W.
S. 1'orry , J. A. Guun , C. E. Pojxi , J. F. Kenyon
nd Frank Carrntli do associate ourselves to
other for the purpose of forming and becoming
corporation in the State of Nebraska for the
runsaction of the business hereinafter de-
(1. ( ) The name of this corporation shall be
the McCook Lead and Zinc Mining Company.
The principal place of transacting its biibimc-s
shall be in McCook , Red Willow county , Ne
(2. ( ) The nature of the business shall be the
purchasing , leasing , sub-leasing , and soiling
mining lauds and properties ; the leasing and
promoting of milling properties and companies ,
and any and all kinds of mines and mining ; the
acquiring of such real estate as shall be for the
interests of the c < > rporation , either by purchase ,
lease or otherwise ; the purchase and sale of
mining materials and machinery ; the erection
and inaintainancc of such buildings and struct
ures as may be deemed necessary ; and to carry
on a general mining business in any state or ter
ritory of the United States of America.
( I ! . ) The authorized capital stock of the cor
poration shall be Three Thousand Two Hun
dred Dollars ( SS.200.00) ) , in shares of One Hun
dred Dollars ( $100.00) ) each , to be subscribed and
paid for as follows , to-wit : Fifty Dollars ( $ . " > 0.00) )
to he paid upon making subscription for stock | * j
and Fifty Dollars ( $50.00) ) on demand of the i
Board of Directors , and when so paid said stock
shall bo non-assessable. G
(4. ( ) The existence of this corporation phall
commence on the 1st day of March , A. D. 1000 ,
and continue fifty years.
(5. ) The annual meeting of the Stockholders
of this corporation shall be held on the first
Monday in February of each year.
( G. ) The business of this corporation shall
be conducted by a Board of five Directors , to be
elected by the Stockholders at the annual meet
ing , provided that the following-named persons
shall bo the Board of Directors until the annual
meeting in 1901 : AV. S. Terry. J. A. Gunu , J. F.
Kenyon , C. E. Pope and Frank Carnith. The
Board of Directors elected at the first annual
meeting shall hold their offices as follow ? : One
for ono year , one for two years , ono for three
years one for four years , and one for five years.
The term of each to bo allotted at the first an
nual meeting , and thereafter ono Director to be
elected each year for a term of five years. The
manner of conducting the election may bo more
fully set forth in the By-Laws of said corpora
(7. ( ) The officers of said corporation shall bo
a President , Vice President. Treasurer and a
Secretary , who shall hold office for one year or
until their successors are elected and quali
_ (8. ( ) The corporation . hall have a corpora
tion seal on which shall bo such device as the
Board of Directors may determine.
(9. ( ) The highest amount of indebtedness
shall not exceed Two Thousand Ono Hundred
Dollars ( $2.100.00) ) at any time.
_ (10. ( ) By-Laws governing the manner of hold d
ing the annual and special meetings of the ii
Stockholders , and the method of conducting iiP
the affairs of the corporation shall be adopted P
by the Board of Directors. o
(11. ( ) These Articles of Incorporation may bo I ti
amended at any mooting of the Stockholders by ' o
n two-thirds vote of all the Stockholders. 11 !
In witness whereof the undersigned have I n
lioreunto set their hands this th day of March , , T
\ . D. 3900. W. S. PEKKY , J. F. KEXYO.V , ! p
C. E. POI-E , J. A. GUNX , \v
) -Mts FKAXK CAEEUTII. |
Earoka 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 bar *
ness , and your carriage top , and they
will not only look better but wear
lonner. Sold every where In cans-all
eizea from half pints to live gallons. '
WoJo by BTAXU1UU OIL CO.
To Cure La Grippe In Two Days.
Take Laxative Bromo- Quinine Tablets.
All drucgists refund the money if it fails to
cure. E. W. Gtovt's name on every bottle.
'Hie trust is to cut down the output of
.whisky. It has evidently outgrown the input.
Reports 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.
A Missouri paper that runs two pages of
editorial matter is very happily named "Nat
ural Gas. "
There's no beauty in all the land ,
That can with her face compare.
Her lips aie red , her eyes aie bright.
She takes Rocky Mountain Tea at night.
Ask your druggist.
NOTICE OF SALE UNDER AGISTER'S LIEN.
Notice is ; hereby given that by virtue of ni
agister's lien for the keeping and food of ono
bay horse about 10 year.- , old , star in forehead ,
wire cut and collar marks on right shoulder ,
blister scar on _ left shoulder , left hind fool
white , some white on right hind foot , weight
about l.lfiO pounds , from the ! d day of Decem
ber , 1899 , until this date , under an implied con
tract with one A. Speer * , on which there is now
< iiie the sum of $5.10. An aflidavit setting forth
the description of said horse , and the amount
duo for the keeping of said horse , having been
filed in the oflico of the county clerk of this
county , being the county whore said horse was
fed and kept , on the 21 day ; > f May , 1900.1 will
sell the proiwrty above described at public auc
tion at the residence of James AVoodworth in
Willow Grove precinct in Red Willow county ,
Nebraska , on the 28th day of June , 1900 , at 2
o'clock of said day. Said said will be for cash
Dated this Cth day of Juno , 1P0. ( !
G-S-IJts JAMES WOOD WORTH.
Notice is hereby given that the partnership
heretofore existing lx-U\een Mary L. Gaffnoy
and E. W. Hendrick under the name and style
of "The McCook Steam Laundry" is this day
dissolved bj mutual consent. All debt" duo the
old firm will be paid to the new firm of GnfTuey
'ind Lonhart , who assume all liabilities of the
Dated this 1th day of Jmu1900. .
5-8-4 ts M. L. GAFFXEV ,
E. W. HENDUICK.
NOTICE OF ATTACHMENT.
Eli Crock-ford will take notice that on the 21st
lay of April , HKX ) , II. II. Berry , a justice of the
[ H-ace in and for Willow Grove precinct. Red
VVillow county , Nebraska , for the sum of 10.00 ,
in an action pending before him , win-rein John
\ . Guun is plaintiff and Eli Crockford is de
fendant , that money due and unpaid the de
fendant and in the po < st'sion of Jacob Randel.
: ias been attached under an order of attach-
nent. Said cause was continued to the 15th
lay of. June , 1900 , at 9 o'clock a. in.
JOHN . A. GUNX.
First publication , May 25,11KX ) . ! ! ts.
By virtue of an order of sale , issued from the
listrict court of Red Willow county , Nebraska ,
mder a decree in an action wherein James Par-
lee is plaintiff , and Katie E. Phillips et al. de-
'endants , to mo directed and delivered , I shall
jffer at public sale , and sell to the highest bid-
ler for cash , at the east door of the court-house
n McCook , Red AVillow county , Nebraska , on
; he 25th day of June , 1900 , at the hour of one
) 'clock , p. in. , the following described real es
tate , to-wit : The south half of the southeast
liiarter of section 20 , and the north half of the
lortheast quarter of section 29 in township Ii ,
lorth , range 27 , west of the Gth P. M. , in Red
iVillow county , Nebraska.
Dated this 2d : ! day of May , A. D. 1900.
-25-5t- < . G. F. KIXGUOKX , Sheriff.
By A. C. CRAIITKEL : , Deputy.
NOTICE TO LAND OWNERS.
[ ROAD xo. 317. ]
To Chas. H. Sloan , Emma E. Atwater , Ira II.
larrisou , John F. Miller , and Providence Mut-
lal Inv. Co. , and to all whom it may concern :
'he board of county commissioners has estab-
ished and ordered opened a road commencing
t the southeast corner of section 2 , township 4
orth , range 29 west , in Box Elder precinct. Red
Villow county , Nebraska , running _ thence west
H section line one and one-half miles , and ter
minating at south west corner of southeast quar-
er of section 15. township 4 , range 29 , west of the
P. M. . and all objection thereto or claims for
ainages must be filed in the county clerk's
ilice on or before noon of the 30th dav of July ,
. . D. 1900 , or said road will be established with-
ut reference thereto.
-l-4ts R. A. GREEN , County Clerk.
O. R. RITTENHOUSE , Deputy.
NOTICE TO LAND OWNERS.
[ ROAD xo. :548. : ]
To Mary A. Funk and William S. Bye. and to
11 whom it may concern : The board of countv
ommissiouers has established and ordered
pened a road commencing at the southwest
orner of the northwest quarter of section 9 ,
owuship 4 , north , range 26 , in North Valley r > re-
inct , Red Willow county , Nebraska , running
hence south one-half mile between sections 8
nd 9 ; and thence east one-half mile between
cctions 9 and 16 ; and further to vacate the
oad beginning at said southwest corner of the
orthwest quarter of said section 9 and running
ast one-half mile , and thence south one-half
lile , and all objections thereto or claims for
amuges must be filed in the county clerk's
ilice on or before noon of _ the 30th dav of July ,
. . D. 1900. or said road will bo established with-
nt reference thereto.
l-4ts R. A. GREEK , County Clerk.
O. R. RITTEXHOUSE , Deputy.
ORDER OF HEARING.
State of Nebraska , Red Willow county. s = .
t a county court , held at the county court
3om in and for said county , May 29 , A. D. 1PUO.
'resent ' , G. S. Bishop , county iudge. In the
latter of the estate of John Real , deceased. On
jading and filing the petition of Sarah Real ,
raying that administration of said estate may
e granted to John Real as administrator. Or-
ered , that Juno IS , A. D. 1900. at 10 o'clock a.
i. , is assigned for hearing said petition , when
ll persons interested in said matter may aj > -
ear at a county court to 1x5 held in and for said
suuty , and show cause why the prayer of peti-
ouer should not bo granted ; and that notice
r the ixjndeucy of said petition and the hearing
lereof be given to all persons interested in said
latter bv publishing n copy of this order in
HE McCooK TRIBUXE , or weekly newspaper
rinted in said county , for three successive
eeks , prior to said day of hearing.
G-l-3t G. S. BISHOP , County Judge.
PONT POISON YOURSELF
And family by eating cream from an
worn out freezer , that has the tin worn *
and the rust is mixing with the cream.
We have the "WHITE MOUNTAIN" make in allf
2-Quart , - -
3-Quart , - - - $1.75
4-Quart , - - $2.25
6-Quart , - $2.75
8-Quarr , - - $3-45
At the lowest price possible to make on this su =
perior line of freezers.
THE BEE HIVE , McCooK , NEBRASKA
"I had stomach trouble twenty years and
gave up hope of being cured till I began to
use Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. It has done me
so much good I calj it the savioi of my life , "
writes \V. R. Wilkinson , Albany , Tenn. It
digests what you eat. D.V. . Loar.
DR. JOHN McPsEE ,
. . . . of Chicago.
S Office over McConnell & Berry's.
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
McCOOK , NEBR.
Iron. Lead and Sewer Pipe , Brass
Goods , Pumps , an Boiler Trimmings ,
Agent for Halliday , Waupun , Eclipse"
Windmills. Basement of the Meeker- '
McCOOK SUEGICAI HOSPITAL ,
D. W. V. GAGE ,
McCook , - - - Nebraska.
Office and Hospital over First National Bank.
JOHN E. KELLEY ,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
McCooK , NEHKASKA.
J5& Agent of Lincoln Land Co. Office- -
Rear of First National bank.
Xvw > - t"t b V
The Kimmel institute of Magnetic Healing.
Lear 11 , the Science of us by mail , or at our office. W e guarantee a
good business fo all our graduates.
Our office is noxv 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 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. 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 Twe/fth Street , Lincoln , Nebraska. \
\ S-i8-imo. $
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$ V. FRANKLIN , PRESIDENT. A. C. EBERT , CASHIER.
CITIZENS BANK I
I OF McCOOK , NEB.
| Paid Up Capital , $50,000. Surplus , $5.000 I
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= DIRECTORS =
V. FRANKLIN , W.F.McFARLAND , A ' C ' EBERT
H. T. CHURCH , OSCAR CALLIHAN , 'C.'H. WILURD ' f
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.
t > etttfcje (
FRANK J. MORGAN , McCook , Nebraska.
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