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Olive Dishes , Spoon Trays , Vases , Fancy
Plates , China 4-piece Sets , Decorated
Glass Sets , Water Sets and many other
useful articles too numerous to mention.
We wish to call special attention to our
Decorated Chamber Sets
S fty * -
M We show them in six styles and decora
tions and better than all arc the extreme
ly low prices. We have just the line of
5 J3 nice things you have been waiting to see
J3m and we shall consider \ \ a great favor to
m t be allowed to show youthislline. H
" & $
"Will You Come ?
flcCook , - Nebraska
V. FRANKLIN , PRESIDENT. A. C. EBERT , CASHIER.
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OF MeCOOK , NEB.
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Paid Up Capital , $50,000. Surplus , $5,000 f
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DIRECTORS = =
V. FRAHKLIU , W.F.McFARLAtiD , A. C. EBERT ,
H. T. CHURCH , OSCAR CALLIHAN , C. H. WILLARD.
Tribune Clubbing List.
For convenience ot readers of THE TRIR
UNE , we have made arrangements with the
following newspapers and perodicals whereby
we can supply them in combination with THE
TRIBUNE at the following very low prices :
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Leslie's Weekly. 400 3 ° o
Praine Farmer I oo 175
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Cincinnati Enquirer. I oo 150
New-York Tribune. I oo I 25
Demorest's Magazine I oo I 75
ToledoBlade I oo 125
Nebraska Farmer I oo 150
Iowa Homestead I oo 145
Lincoln Journal I oo 175
Campbell's Soil-Culture i oo 150
New-York World I oo 165
Omaha Bee I oo I
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St. Louis Republic i oo 175
Kansas City Star 25 I Ifj
Nebraska Dairyman and Qp-
to-Date Farmer 5 ° 125
Kansas City Journal , weekly. 25 I 15
Xansas City Journal , daily. . . 4 oo 4 20
We are prepared to fill orders for any other
papers published , at reduced rates.
THE TRIBUNE. McCook , Neb.
-Does It Pay to Buy Cheap ?
A cheap remedy for coughs and colds is all
rright , but you want something that will relieve
and cure the more severe and dangerous re
sults of throat and lung troubles. What shall
you do ? Go to a warmer and more regular
climate ? Yes , if possible ; if not possible for
you , then in either case take the only remedy
that has been introduced in all civilized coun
tries with success in severe throat and lung
troubles , "Boschee's German Syrup. " It not
only heals and stimulates the tissues to des
troy the germ dtsease.but allays inflammation ,
secures easy expectoration , gives a good night's
Test , and cures the patient. Try one bottle.
Recommended many years by all druggists in
"the world. Get Green's Prize Almanac. A.
He who has no treasure in heaven will be
t > ut a poor beggar when he gets there.
A woman who has had experience with the
disease , tells how to prevent any dangerous
consequences from it. She says : "Our. three
children took whooping cough last summer ,
' our baby boy being only three months old ,
and owing to our giving them Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy , they lost none of their plump
ness and came out in much better health than
'Other children whose parents did not use this
Temedy. Our oldest little girl would call
lustily for cough syrup between whoops.
Jessie Pinkey Hall , Springville , Ala. Tins
remedy is for sale by McConnell & Berry.
A good shepherd does not stir up the mud
of speculation in the still waters.
You are much more liable to disease when
your liver and bowels do not act properly.
le\ViU's Little Early Risers remove the
cause of disease. McConnell & Berry. j
Yes , August Flower still has the larges1
sale of any medicine in the civilized world
Your mothers and grandmothers never
thought of using anything else for indigestion
or biliousness. Doctors were scarce , and they
seldom heard of appendicitis , nervous pros
tration or heart failure , etc. They used Au
gust Flower to clean out the system and stop
fermentation of undigested food , regulate the
action of the liver , stimulate the nervous and
organic action of the system , and that is all
they took when feeling dull and bad with
headaches and other aches. You only need a
few doses of Green's August Flower , in liquid
form , to make you satisfied there is nothing
serious the matter with you. Get Green's
Prize Almanac. A. McMillen.
The people who talk most about their
citizenship in heaven are often those who payne
no taxes there.
An Extensive Stock Raiser Tells How-
to Cure Scours in Calves.
Wm. Abbott , of Tyndall , S. D. , quite an ex
tensive stock raiser , has for a number of years
used Chamberlain's Colic , Cholera and Diarr
hoea Remedy for scours in calves and says he
has never known it to fail. He gives a teaspoonful -
spoonful in water as directed on the bottle
for an adult man , after each operation of the
bowels morejthan natural. Usually one dose
is sufficient. "For sale by McConnell & Berry.
When a man wears his piety in his watch
chain you may know it is paste.
Sciatic Rheumatism. Cured After
Fourteen Years oT Suffering.
"I have been afflicted with sciatic rheuma
tism for fourteen years , " says Josh Edgar , of
Germantown , Ga. "I was able to be around
but constantly suffered. I tried everything I
could hear of and at last was told to try
Chamberlain's Pain Balm , which I did and
was immediately relieved and in a short time
cured , and I am happy to say it has not since
returned. " Why not use this liniment and
get well ? It is for sale by McConnell & Berry.
It takes a great man to preach a good
sermon to a small congregation.
Skin affections will readily disappear by
using DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. Look
out for counterfeits. If you get DeWitt's you
will get good results. It is the quick way and
positive cure for piles. McConnell & Berry.
Sympathy is the secret of sight.
Mr. W. J. Baxter of North Brook , N. C ,
says he suffered with pil-s for fifteen years.
He tried many remedies with no results until
he used DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve and
that quickly cured him. McConnell & Berry.
Every church ought to have a corral for tl e
kicker to air his heels.
Many a fair young child , whose pallor has
puzzled the mother , until she has suspected
rightly her darling was troubled with worms
has regained the rosy hue of health with a few
doses of White's Cream
Vermifuge. Price 2 = ;
cents. A. McMillen.
Mrs. J. No mailer what causes facia
eruptions , absolute clean int-ss jn itlc and rut
is the on'v way to on > tin-in ttocky Moun
tntn tea taken this month will drive thei
away. 35 c. Ask your dnn.-t.
The peace of God in the heart brings th
pe cc of viLtorv in ihe life.
Nothing lias ever been produced to equ.il >
compare with L'aMer's Buckeye Pile Uint
inent as a curative and healing applicado
for piles , fissures , blind anl bleeding , externa
or intt.-rii.il , itching and bleeding of reclun
'Ihe reiiefis immediate and cure infallible
Price , 50 cents in bottles , tubes 75 cents A
The sermon prepared for the head neve
reaches the heart.
Unless a woman eats sufficient nuurishin.
food she can neither gain nor keep a gooc
complexion. Food , when digested , is th
base of all health , all strength , and all beaut }
Herbine will help digest what you eat , an
give you the clear , bright , beautiful skin o
health. Price 50 and 75 cents. A. McMillen
Our interests determine the level of ou
Mallard's Snow Liniment cures rheumatism
neuralgia , headache , sick-headache , ser
throat , cuts , sprains , bruises , old sores , corns
and all pain and inflammation. The most pen
titrating liniment in the world. .Price , 25 am
50 cents. A. McMillen.
One pickle may make many pessimists.
DeWitt's Little Early Risers search the re
molest parts of the bowels and remove the
impunlies speedily with no discomfort. The ;
are famous for their efficacy. Easy to take
never gripe. McConnell & Berry.
Flattery is never more than a loan.
In constipation Herbine affords a natural
healthful remedy , acting piomptly. A fev
small doses will usually be found to so regu
late the excretory functions that they are abl
to operate without any aid whatever. Pric
50 cents. A. McMillen.
is hard enough as
it is. It is to her that
we owe our world ,
should be made as
easy as possible for
her at the time of
is just what
will do. It will mak e
baby's cominc : easy
and painless , and that without tak
ing dangerous drugs into the sys
tem. It is simply to be applied to
the muscles of the abdomen. It
penetrates through the skin carry
ing strength and elasticity with it.
It strengthens the whole system and
prevents all of the discomforts of
The mother of a plumb babe in
Panama , Mo. , says : "I have used
Mother's Friend and can praise it
Get Mother's friend at t.'js
Drug Store , SI per bottle.
The BradfieJd Regulator Co. ,
ATLANTA , GA.
Write for our free illustrated booh ,
" Before Baby is Born. "
KEEPING QIRLS CAQED UP.
Too Many Mothers Mored by Motives of
"I have no patience , " said a com
fortable matron , "with the Idea that
girls In early life should be caged np
like canaries. Neither , of course , do I
believe tbat entire freedom of action
should be accorded the young people ,
except in cases where the girls are
ifted with a greater share of sound
sense than usually falls to the lot of
young members of my sex. It is easily
possible to strike the happy medium ,
and I think I may claim to have met
with some success in that direction. "
! onsidering that three of her daugh
ters are happily married the matron's
claim was readily allowed by her au
ditors , and she continued : "It is my
firm conviction that parents who are
n constant dread lest someone will
think that they are anxious to marry
their daughters are as indelicate as
those who are constantly on the look
out for sons-in-law. I am not sure but
they do more harm in the world. For
tunately there may not be many of
hem , but there are some. It is one of
he 5rmly planted laws of human na-
ure , and that , in fact , answers all the
questions about matrimonial inconsist
encies. Doctors say nowadays that
whooping cough , measles and so-called
children's diseases are not necessary
evils tq be gone through and got rid of. i
hildren take them because their sys-
ems are not strong enough to resist
hem. But matrimony is not a dis-
ase. Daughters cannot be made germ
proof by isolation. It is a pretty
bought that the fairy prince will come
: o Cinderella sitting In the ashes , but
t is an actual fact that the Cinderella B
the fairy tale would have been Cin
derella in the ashes to the end of her Pi
ays if she had not gone to the ball. se
Rational ideas of cause and effect are
s good in general life as in education di
or medicine. If the girl is not allowed
to meet the fairy prince she Is liable
to take up with any housebreaker who J y
comes in at the window , or else she
becomes one of those silly creatures Bin
who see a lover in every man they
meet , from the minister to the milk
man , and talk of them continually. " athi
Ami tlio Band Played. '
Waiter Kin Ah bring yo" an 'ode ai
sah ? m
Jollyboy What kind of 'ades have thor
Waiter Lemonade , orangeade an'
limeade , sah ? or
Jollyboy Bring me a serenade. orA.
C. W. Hodglun is very sick with
Fred Premer visited h's father over
Saturday and Sunday.
G. W. Richie visited at Indianola with
Mrs. Richie's parents , last Sunday.
A. Deitech left the employ of the B.
& M. and has gone to farming again.
C. S. Rawson has some fine Chester
White hogs on his farm , north of town.
Mrs. A. J. Lohr received the sad news
of her mother's death in Iowa , last Sat
The M. E. people are staining and
hard oiling the interior of their church ,
Miss Ella King and Miss Cora Mat
thews were Cambridge visitors , last
Will Flint is learning the mysteries of
the printing profession , in the Inter-
Henry Burton had one of his dray
horses cut in the pasture- fence , one
night this week.
Owing to the ill health of Mrs. Cowles ,
Will did not return to his work in Mc
Cook , last Monday.
G. W. Richie has purchased a fine
straw-burner engine and a separator
with an oscillating stacker.
A. Y. Lincoln has purchased a half
interest in the Star restaurant , and the
firm reads Lincoln & Short.
The M. E. ladies have purchased
some dishes to put into the dining-room
of their fine new brick church.
C. V. Vickrey returned to his work ,
lecturing for the Students Volunteer
Missionary movement , last Saturday.
Harry Payne has taken a rest again
from the store duties and is building
fence at the Smith ranch , south of town.
Carlyle Crippen has succeeded Bun-
Case in the agency of the Kearney
Steam Laundry business at this place.
W. D. Williams returned to his work
at McCook , last Sunday evening.
Though but brief , his visit did the fam
A. B. Wilson has decided that it is
necessary to keep the ventilator of the
incubator open if a successful hatch is
to be expected.
Harry Blackson is the proud possessor
of six fine litters of high-bred pigs.
Harry is making a great success in the
breeding of fine hogs.
The Old Maids are coming to Bartley
with their convention soon. We old
bachelors are anxiously awaiting the
chance of our life time.
Mrs. Allen Blackson badly burned
one of her feet with boiling water from
the tea kettle , last week ; at present
writing she is improving slowly.
Guy Curlee resigned his position with
the Barnett Lumber Co. of Danbury
and came home , Saturday , to assist in
the Curlee Bros. ' business in this place.
Rev. O. R. Beebe of Cambridge de
livers the Decoration oration for the G.
A. R. post. Rev. Crippen goes to Leb
anon for the post there on the same
Heber Vickrey came home , the last of
the week , to visit with his brother ,
Charles , returning on Sunday to Im
perial , where he has work with the
Barnett Litmber Co. n
Rev. Johnson of the Christian church
will preach the class sermon for the
graduating class from the High school ,
May 19th , in the M. E. church. Rev.
W. J. Turner of McCook delivers the
class address on Thursday evening , May N
"Our little girl was unconscious Irom strang RJi
ulation during a sudden and terrible attack ol Ji
croup. I quickly secured a bottle of One Jie
Minute Cough Cure , giving her three doses. n
The croup was mastered and our liitle darling niai nni
speedily recovered ; " so writes A. L. Spafford , aiSi
. McConnell & . Si
Chester , Michigan. Berry. SiJ
The corn listers are kept on the move.
Alva Osburn took fifty dozen eggs to
VIcCook , one day last week.
Ed Osbaugh had four assistants at
ixing his pump , last Friday.
It tried in vain to rain , last week , but
couple of sprinkles was the best it did
or us. o >
Most of the big boys in the neighbor- o
lood will work a piece of land , the crop tlci
rom which will be theirs and theirs ci
Dr. Easterday was called to Mrs. R. si ,
3ranscom's , recently. She does not im- b
irove as fast as her friends would like to
ieelier. . ,
Hens are doing fine in the way of pro-
lucing hen fruit , but as setters they d
lon't get there , this spring : consequent- ,
few young chickens adorn the farms , )
Well , the young men can not all be J.
. Smiths , but most of them could start
the poultry business in a small way 13v
ind with proper care they would soon \v
lave a never-failing source of income. vg <
jet none go at the business in a haphaz-
rd way. There are a few things that L
fiust be understood and carried out or
hero will bo no success.
For whooping cough , asthma , bronchitis , u
consumption , no medicine equa's Ballard's
lorehound Syrup. Price 25 and 5 ° cents. 4 (
B. W. Wilson has fifty acres of corn
H. B. Wales sold two loads of hogs in
McCook , Thursday.
MissDrusilla Trapagau is employed in
McCook in Supt. Campbell's household.
The following Colemanites are using
new cream separators : E. B. Osbaugh ,
J. W. Corner , and W. M. Sharp.
Into each life some ruins must fall ,
Wise people don't sit down and bawl ;
Only fools suicide or take to flight ,
Smart people take Rocky Mountain Tea at
night. Ask your druggist.
G. W. Ritchie "visited Mrs. Ritchie's
parents in our town , Sunday.
B. V. Cole arrived from McCook re
cently. He was in the employ of the
Barnett Lumber Co. in the county cap
E. S. Hill has appealed from the de
cision of the city council in allowing A.
L. Haley license to sell liquor and the
matter is booked for the next term of
President J. W. Dolan of the State
bank attended the meeting of bankers
in Oxford , Wednesday. He was chosen
as a member of the executive committee
of Group Nine.
Mothers of good judgment and experience
give their little ones Kocky Mountain 1'ea
tnib month , keeps them well. 350. Made by
Madison Medicine Co. Ask your druggists.
Wants to Know ?
In great agony of soul Colonel Com
fort wants to know who is paying the
freight connected with President Mc-
Kinley's trip across the continent. Well ,
while its strictly the president's busi
ness , and none of the colonels , THK
TRIBUNE will wager that the colonel
isn't paying a sou of it
Brakeman Loses Right Foot.
At 9:45 : o'clock this morning Brakeman -
man Wells of a B. & M. freight train
slipped from the brake beam while
switching. His right foot was cut off.
He was taken to Denver by the ambu
lance. Tuesday's Denver Times.
ORDER OF HEARING.
State of Nebraska , Red Willow county , ss ,
At a county court , held at a county court room ,
in and for said county , April 20 , A. D. 1001.
Present , G. S. Bishop , county jud o. In the
matter of the estate of Sarah L. Sexson , de
ceased. On reading and flliiiK the petition of E.
A. Sexson , prajing that administration of said
estate may be trranted to him as administrator.
Ordered , that May 20th. A. D. , 1901 , at 1 o'clock ,
p. m. , ig assigned for hearing said petition ,
when all persons interested iu said matter may
appear at a county court to be held in and for
said county , and show cause why the prajer of
petitioner should not bo granted ; and that
notice of the pendency of said petition and the
hearing thereof , be given to all persons interest
ed in said matter by publishing a cony of this
order in THE McCooic TEIBUNE , a weekly news
paper printed in said county , for three succes
sive weeks , prior to said day of hearing.
[ SEAL ] 5-3-3ts G. S. BISHOP , County Judge.
. ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS.
Notice is hereby given that the county com
missioners of Red Willow county will receive
sealed bids for the completion of the room for
holding district court and the oilice of the clerk
of the district court , said rooms to be completed
according to the plans and specifications on file
in the county clerk's oilice ; all bids to be ac
companied by a forfeit of S100 , which sum &hall
go to the county , if said bid is accepted and the
bidder does not enter into the bond and contract
as required by this board. The successful bid
der will be required to give a bond in at least
the sum of $3,000.00 , conditioned according to
law , for the faithful performance of said con
tract. The board reserves the right to reject
any and all bids. All bjds to be endorsed "Bids
for completing rooms in the court house" and
must be filed with the county clerk on or before
noon of the 20th day of May , 1901.
4-19-5ts. R. A. GREEN , County Clerk.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at McCook , Nebraska , April 13th ,
1901. 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 , May 25.1901 , viz : Charles E. Werner on H.
E. No. 11124 for the south-west north-west M ,
west YS.I south-west > 4 , section 21. township 4 ,
north , range 29 , west 6th P. M. Ho names the
following witnesses to prove his continuous res
idence upon and cultivation of said land , viz :
Seorge M. Mohler , John S. Modrell. William
5f. Johnson , Benjamin O. Johnson , all of Mc-
Dook , Nebraska. F. AI. RATIIBON ,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at McCook , Nebaska , May 1 , 1901.
Sotice is hereby given that the following-named
settler has filed notice.of his intention to make
inal proof in support of bis claim , and tbat
mid proof will be made before the Register or
Receiver of United States Land Office at Mc S
Cook , Neb. , on Saturday , June 8 , 1901 , viz :
fames Ryan on H. E. No. 10963 for the south-
jast quarter of section 9 , township 4 , north , L
ange 30 , west. He names the following wit- 7
lessea to prove his continuous residence upon
md cultivation of said land , viz : John N. 7
smith , Michael Covle , Robert Moore , and
Foseph L. Sanders , all of McCook , Nebraska.
5-3-3ts. F. M. RATHBUN , Register.
f ; Cod Liver Oil is the means
f life , and enjoyment of life to
housands : men women and
When appetite fails , it re-
tores it. When' food is a
urden , it lifts the burden.
When youlose flesh.it brings
he plumpness of health.
When work is hard and
luty is heavy , it makes life
It is the thin edge of the
vedge ; the thick end is food.
3utwhatis the use of food ,
rhen you hate it , and can't di
gest it ?
Scott's Emulsion of Cod
Jver Oil is thefood that makes
ou forget your stomach.
If you have.not tried it , send for
fs vlfultsaereeable ste wllj
SCOTT & 'BOWNE , Chemists.
O9 Pearl Street. New York
50c. and Sl.oo ; all druggists.
No Loss of Time.
sold Chamberlain's o
and Diarrhoea Remedy for years , and would
acaiii mis luuiiuiiK- * ' " . r ,
. . . . .
Oklahoma. As will be seen by the u - -
threshers were able to keep on with their work
without losing a single day's time. You
should keep a bottle of this remedy in your
home. For sale by McConnell ix. Berry.
He who talks of his neighbor's mote does
it to hide his own beam.
If people only knew what we know about
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure , it would be used in
nearly every household , as there are few people
ple who do not suffer from a feeling of lull-
ness after eating , belching , flatulence , sour
stomach or waterbrash , caused by indigestion
or dyspepsia. A preparation such as Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure , which , with no aid from the
stomach , will digest your food , certainly can t
help but do you good. McConnell & Berry.
The man who is afraid of his skin will
never save his . * oul.
"I have been suffering from dyspepsia for
the past twenty years and have been unable
after trying all preparations and physicians to
get any relief. After taking one bottle of
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure I found relief and am
now in better health than I have been for
twenty years. I cannot praise Kodol Dys
pepsia Cure too highly ; " thus writes Mrs. C.
W. Roberts , North Creek , ° Ark.
McCOOK SURGICAL HOSPITAL ,
D. W. V.CAGE ,
McCook , - - - Nebraska.
Office and Hospital over First National Bank.
C. H. BOYLE ,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
MeCook , Nebraska.
Telephone 44. P. O. Building
II. P. SUTTON
McCOOK , NEBRASKA
JOHN E. KELLEY ,
ATTORNEY AT LAW and
McCooK , NEBRASKA. *
nt of Lincoln Land Co. Office- -
Rear of First National bank.
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.
DR. J. B. FICKES
A Reliable s tt Over McConnell -
Graduate Dentists Berry's. . . .
McCOOK = = NEB.
SET YOUR CAN OUT
McCOOK - TANK - LINE
S. D. McCLAIN , Prop.
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E. D. BUKGESS , L
McCOOK , fiEBR.
Iron , Leadand [ Sewer Pipe , Brass
Goods , Pumps , an Boiler Trimmings ,
Agent for Halliday , Waupun , Eclipse
Windmills. Basement of the Meeker-
All Calls For The
Answered by the
LIVERY BARN !
Will make all trains , and an
swer all calls to any
part of the city.
W. H. Ackerman ,
McCook , Nebraska.
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Take the genuine , original
ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA
? /neec0onIyMadIson /
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