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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
We show them in six styles and decora
tions and better than all arc the extremely
ly low prices. We have just the line of
nice things you have been waiting to see
and we shall consider it a great favor to
be allowed to show you this line
Will You Come ?
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If V. FRANKLIN , PRESIDENT. A. C. EBERTCASHIER. .
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f. FRANKLIN , W.F.McFARLAND , A. C. EBERT ,
ti. T. CHURCH , OSCAR CALLIHAN , C. H. WILLARD.
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THE TRIBUNE , McCook , Neb.
Does It Pay to Buy Cheap ?
A cheap remedy for coughs and colds is all
'right , but you want something that will relieve
and cure the more severe and dangerous re-
- sults-of throat and lung troubles. What shall
you fie ? Go to a warmer and more regular
Climate ? Yes , if possible ; if not possible for
you , then in either case take the only remedy
Chat has been introduced in all civilized coun-
ftries 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 disease.but allays inflammation ,
secures easy expectoration , gives a good night's
'rest , and cures the patient. Try one bottle.
Recommended many years by all druggists in
the world. Get Green's Prize Almanac. A.
As soon as a man is promoted to a fair job ,
his wife plans a visiting tour.
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
remedy. Our oldest little girl would call
Justily for cough syrup between whoops.
lessie Pinkey Hall , Springville , Ala. This
remedy is for sale by McConnell & Berry.
Look out for the young man of whom it is
said , "All the girls are stuck on him. "
You are much more liable to disease when
/our liver and bowels do not act properly.
JDeWitt's Little Early Rise-s remove the
eause of disease. McConnell & Berry.
Yes , August Flower still has the larges
sale of any medicine in the civilized world
Your mothers and grandmothers nevei
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 he
action of the liver , stimulate the nervous and sn
organic action of the system , and that is all late
they took when feeling dull and bad with to
headaches and other aches. You only need a 5 o
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.
If a "man is making a living , and not inter
fering with your affairs , let him alone.
An Extensive Stock Raiser Tells How-
to Cure Scours in Calves.
Wm. Abbott , of Tyndall , S. D. , quite an ex st
tensive stock raiser , has for a number of years di [
used Chamberlain's Colic , Cholera and Diarr
hoea Remedy for scours in calves and says he isnc
has never known it to fail. He gives a teaspoonful - nc
spoonful in water as directed on the bottle toWl
for an adult man , after each operation of the Wl
bowels more than natural. Usually one dose ar
is sufficient. For sale by McConnell & Berry. in.
It is called "cup of sorrow , " but it is the ar
experience of most people that it is measured ov
in a tub.
Sciatic Rheumatism. Cured After
Fourteen Years of Suffering. of
"I have been afflicted with sciatic rheuma- , ; (
tism for fourteen years , " says Josh Edgar , of
liermantown , Ga. "I was able to be around V.'C
but constantly suffered. I tried everything I V.'Ch <
could hear of and at last was told to try es
Chamberlain's Pain Balm , which I did and CO
was immediately relieved and in a short time COhe
cured , and I am happy to say it has not since
returned. " Why not use this liniment and neZ
get well ? It is for sale by McConnell & Berry. ) Z
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It is unfair ; when a man is old , and doesn't wi
want birthdays , they come around twice as at t
Skin affections will readily disappear by be
using DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. Look
out for counterfeits. If you get DeWitt's you ca
will get good results. It is the quick way and vV
positive cure for piles. McConnell & Berry. yo
Do people avoid you because you are dispe
agreeable ? And did you ever try to overcome ux
the habit ?
Mr. W. J. Baxter of North Brook , N. C. , lathe
says he suffered with piles 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. for
It is well known that people do not like to boi
hear you brag about yourself ; but they accept to :
it in an advertisement.
Hi IE !
For whooping cough ? asthma , bronchitis ,
or consumption , no medicine equa's Ballard's REA
[ lorehound Syrup. Price 25 and 50 cents. A
Still windy , but no rain.
Clyde Dunnio is working at Eugene
Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Catt visited at
John Sly's , Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Charley Boatman are
the proud parents of a fine girl.
Don and May Thompson entertained
a number of special friends , Sunday.
Mrs. Andrew Anderson and daughter
Gerda spent Sunday visiting friends at
Mrs. J. H. Wade , Essie Dunham and
Julia Sly are busy getting up the Child
ren's day programme.
The ladies of the neighborhood gath
ered at the home of Mrs. E. A. Dodge
and made the afternoon very pleasant
for her ; refreshments were served.
Mrs. J. No matter what causes facial
eruptions , absolute cleanliness inside and out
is the only way to cure them. Kocky Moun
tain Tea taken this month \yill drive them
away. 35 c. Ask your druggist.
W. B. Murpbys are moving back onto
Rev. Hopson filled his appointment
here , Sunday.
Mrs. O. T. Moore is expected here soon
to visit a few weeks.
Two men here say this would be a
good country if there was more rain.
A new school-house is to be built soon
in the McTaggart district , 2.miles east
Sett P. O. on the Tyrone mail route is
discontinued , and supplies , stamps , etc.
were brought to the Tyrone P. O. , last
Nothing has ever been produced to equal or
compaie with TaNer's Buckeye Pile Oint
ment as a curative and healing application
for piles , fissuies , blind and bleeding , external
or inteinal , itching and bleeding of rectum.
The relief is immediate and cure infallible.
Price , 50 cents in bottles , tubes 75 cents. A.
James McClung had a business call to
McCook , Saturday.
John and Dub McClung were visitors
in the county seat , Friday last.
Miss Mabel Bishop is down from Mc
Cook on a visit to her aunt , Mrs. James
Dr. and Mrs. W. D. Mackechnie , Mrs.
William McCallum and Miss Angie
Quick were McCook pilgrims , last Fri
Mrs. Frank McClung and Miss Jennie
McClung are McCook visitors , today ,
going up to the metropolis , Thursday
night on 5.
Unless \voman eats sufficient nourishing
food she can neither gam nor keep a good
complexion. Food , when digested , is the
base of all health , all strength , and all beauty ,
Heroine will help digest what you eat , and
give you the clear , bright , beautiful skin of
health. Price 50 and 75 cents. A. McMillen.
After a young man has gone half a dozen
places with a young women he has told her
verything he knows that is interesting.
"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
ICodol 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.
From the time a man leads his bride from
the altar , there is no more speculation or cur
iosity about him until his will is opened.
fnto 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.
How the Filipinos will hate our teachers
vhen they learn that they will have to dress
hemselves before gong to school !
In constipation Herbme affords a natural ,
lealthful remedy , acting promptly. A few
mall doses will usually be found to so regu- a
ate the excretory functions that they are able
operate without any aid whatever. Price
cents. A. McMillen.
In good condition she is sweet and lovable ,
ir.d sings life's song on a joyful harmonious
tring. : Out of order or unstrung , there is
iscordance and unhappiness. Just as there
sone key note to all music so there is one key
tote to health. A woman might as well try
fly without wings as to feel well and look )
/ell while the organs that make her a woman
re weak or diseased. She must be healthy
iside or she can't be healthy outside. There
re thousands of women suffering silently all
ver the country. Mistaken modesty urges
seir silence. While there is nothing more
dmirable than a modest woman , health is
the first importance. Every other con-
deration should give way before it. Brad
eld's Female Regulator is a medicine fox :
'omen's ills. It is
: way to cure leu-
orrhea , falling of
lewomb , nervous-
ess , headache ,
ackache and gen-
ral weakness. You fi
'ill be astonished
the result , es-
sciallyif you have iz
sen experiment- ju
with other so- juw
alled remedies. jutt
IQ are not asking
egulatorhasmade V ?
appy thousands of fu
omen. What It
done for others
can do for you. T (
old in drug stores M
$ a bottle. Mm
ok will be sent hi
all who write to
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Atlanta , Ga. an
Guy Curlee spent Sunday with friends
E. E. Smith is the proud possessor of
a fine family carriage.
Etta Mann is recuperating at the pa
ternal home , this week.
Miss Nellie Daniels has given up her
trip east for this summer.
Jas. A. Curlee is painting his store
front with asbestine paint.
G. W. Eichio and family enjoyed a
fishing expedition , Saturday.
Guy Curleo went up to McCook ,
Wednesday night , on business.
Seward Flanagan hauled home a very
fine spring wagon , last Saturday.
Mrs. C. W. Hodgkin has a sister and
family from California visiting her.
Mr. Sells had the misfortune to have
his last horse die , one night this week.
Stephen Etherton has been very sick ,
but is convalescing at present writing.
Burr Case was shaking hands with
old schoolmates on our streets , Friday.
Charles McCollum has a fina pair of
Belgian hares and also ten young ones.
Link Premer is up in the vicinity of
Custis combining business with pleas
Harry Payne was a visitor at the home
of Frederick Mann , last Sunday after
Our merchants were a busy lot , last
Saturday , and are well pleased with the
Guy Curlee of our town and H. E.
Dole of McCook were Orleans visitors ,
Mrs. A. G. Dole visited in town , Tues
day , between trains , together with her
Prof. Hendee is basking , these days ,
in the sunshine of his brother's , Judge
A. C. Hcndee , presence.
The last contest for silver medal comes
off , Friday night. The contestants are
all boys from the High school.
H. E. Dole was down from McCook ,
Wednesday , on a little visit. He re
turned home on 5 , same evening.
We hear quite a lot of talk about
Bartley having a Fourth of July celebra
tion. Of course that is just the thing.
Anthony Dietsch lost one of his farm
horses , one night last week. He found
it dead in the morning when going to
Maurice Eeddy , our county commis
sioner from this part , was advising on
road matters with several interested
men , Monday.
James Finegan came in , Saturday ,
from Orleans , where he has been lately ,
and went Monday to Brush , Colo. He
is with the water service of the B. & M.
Harry Cole and his mother came down
from McCook to attend the Holdrege
District Ministerial Association meeting
of the M. E. church , Tuesday morning ,
and incidentally visit old friends.
The High school surprised Prof. Hen-
dee , Monday night. They took cake
and ice cream and left him a beautiful
rocker as a token of their esteem for
him. They report a very pleasant time.
Our old town board adjourned sine
die , Saturday night , and the new board
consisting of W. P. Miller , Jno. Wolf ,
Wm. Lyman , Wm. Hamilton and E. S.
Baker immediately convened. U. G.
Etherton was elected clerk.
C. W. Hodgkin died , Saturday , after
very short illness with pneumonia ,
rhe following obituary was read by his
pastor : "C. W. Hodgkin was born in
Fowler , St. Lawrence county , N. Y. ,
May 16 , 1833. In early manhood he p.
moved to Iowa , where in 1859 he was
married to Miss Mary J. Koberdee.
rhere was born to them a family of
ihree boys and one girl ; two of the boys >
preceded him to the other home. In
L870 he , with his family , moved to Ida ,
Kansas , where he united with the M. E.
jhurch and remained a faithful member
f the same till his death. In 1884 they
emoved fo Red Willow county , Nebr. , seoi
vhere he died. " oinc
A large concourse of friends followed iu cc :
aim to his grave , Sunday. co
"Our little girl was unconscious from strang- dt tli
ilation during a sudden and terrible attack ot In
roup. I quickly secured a bottle of One tr
Minute Cough Cure , giving her three doses , ill
fhe croup was mastered and our liitle darling fo
peedily recovered ; " so writes A. L. Spafford ,
Chester , Michigan. McConnell & Berry. tic
B. W. Benjamin was .sowing cane ,
irst ; of the week.
The Sunday-school which was organ- tb
zed one week ago was well attended and ( nr l.i
udging from the interest manifested l.iE. E.W :
ill be a success. nc
Josh Eowland was looking after id
ho interest of his milk route Y.
rfiich he expects to start in the near Ce '
uture via thollerndon , Kansas , station.
T. A. Eowland started for the Indian ]
"erritory , Tuesday , going by way of sei Nc
IcCook and Indianola. Tom will bo fin
nissed in this community , and wo wish Re
' Risers search the rai
DeWitt's Little Early re-
lotest parts of the bowels and remove the no :
npurities speedily with no discomfort. They Sn
famous for their efficacy. Easy to take , Jo :
ever gripe. McConnell & Berry.
Nice showers , Wednesday and Thurs
C. A. Gentry was on the sick-list , the
fore part of the week.
Fall wheat is languishing somewhat
for lack of a good rain.
Guy Curleo was over from Bartley ,
Sunday , visiting friends.
E. E. Devoo of Lebanon was in our
town , Wednesdrty , on business.
Mrs. Anna Stilgobouer and C. A.
Gentry have been among the ailing ones.
Moses Young was a delegate to the
grand lodge meeting , A. O. U. W. , in
Nebraska City , this week.
Guy Curlee , formerly of this place ,
was over from Bartley , Saturday and
Sunday , visiting with old friends.
Ed Euby is painting Mrs. Annis' mil
linery store , this week , adding much to
the appearance of the building.
Graduating exercises will be held in
the town hall , next Wednesday evening ;
a good programme is being prepared.
Mr. and Mrs. Harley Pennybaker
mourn the loss of their infant son , who
died , last week. Burial in Sherma'n
The alfalfa fields of this vicinity have
made a wonderful growth , this spring ,
and the farmers are preparing to make
Percy Bell , late barber of this place ,
left on last Friday for Indianola , where
he will continue in the barber business
at that place.
Mitchell Young had a car of hogs on
the St. Joseph market , last week ; and
Pew Bros. & Powell two cars of sheep on
the South Omaha market.
J. L. Dugan , an old veteran whose
farm is about ten miles south-west of
here , is in a serious condition , the result
of a kick in the face by a horse.
Eev. Cleveland of the Congregational
church preached his farewell sermon ,
last Sunday. The M. E. brethren joined
in the church services of the day.
Edward Crabtree of Zanesville , Ohio ,
is here , this week , on a visit with his
old acquaintance , T. E. McDonald , and
contemplates locating in Daiibury for a
Eev. Cleveland , pastor of the Congre
gational church of this place , left Thurs
day for Naponee , this state , where he
will continue in the ministerial work at
that place. Mr. Cleveland aso intends
taking a course in the Franklin acad
emy during the summer session.
Spilled the Bread-Wagdn.
The big gray horse attached to John
Lofvenborg's bread-wagon indulged in a
quarter dash of disastrous proportion ? ,
Saturday morning last. John was making
ing his usual moruing delivery and the
horse was standing untied in front of a
patron's home up on the hill , when sev
eral teams drove up behind the gray ,
who immediately left the vicinity. John
was quite painfully hurt about the leg M
and liip and the wagon was considerably
Mothers of good judgment and experience
give their little ones Kocky Mountain Tea
this month , keeps them well. 35c. Made by
Madison Medicine Co. Ask your druggists.
When a brakeman has curly hair , his asso
ciates call him "Curly. " But if he is over six
feet tall , however , they always call him
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 witha few
doses of White's Lream Vermifuge. Price 25
cents. A. McMillen.
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 26 , A. D. 1901.
Present , G. S. Bishop , county judge. In the
matter of the estate of Sarah L. Sexson , de
ceased. On reajliuK and filinB the petition of E. 1
A. Sexson , praying that administration of said
Bstato may bo granted to him as administrator.
Ordered , that May 20th , A. D. , 1901 , at 1 o'clock ,
. m. , is assigned for hearing said petition , \
tvhen all persons interested in said matter may
ippear at a county court to be held in and for [
said county , and show cause why the prajerof
petitioner should not bo granted ; and that
jotice of the pendency of said petition and the
icaring thereof , bo given to all persons intorest-
sd in said matter by publishing a copy of this
rder in THE McCooK TRIBUNE , a weekly nows-
aaper printed in said county , for three succes-
live weeks , prior to said day of hearing.
SEAL ] 5-3-Uts G. S. BISHOP , County Judge.
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS.
Notice is hereby given that the county com-
nissioners of Red Willow county will receive
ealed bids for the completion of the room for
lolding district court and the office of the clerk
f the district court , said rooms to be completed
iccording to the plans and specifications on file
the county clerk's otlice ; all bids to bo ac-
ompanied by a forfeit of $100 , which sum shall
to the county , if said bid is accepted and the
ridder does not enter into the bond and contract
required by this board. The successful bid-
ler will be required to give a bond in at least
lie sum of $3,000.00 , conditioned according to
aw , for the faithful performance of said con-
ract. The board reserves the right to reject
my and all bids. All bjds to bo endorsed "Bids
or completing rooms in the court house" and
nust be filed with the county clerk on or before
icon of the 20th day of May , 1901.
4-19-r > ts. R. A. GBEEN- , County Clerk.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at McCook , Nebraska , April 13th ,
D01. Notice is hereby given that the following-
amed settler hns filed notice of his intention to
iake final proof in support of his claim , and
hat said proof will be made before Register
nd Receiver at McCook , Nebraska , ou Satnr-
ay , May 25,1901 , viz : Charles E. Werner on H.
No. 11121 for the south-west y , north-west & ,
rest V5 , south-west M. section 21. township 4 ,
orth , range 29 , west Cth P. M. Ho names the
allowing witnesses to prove his continuous res-
lenco upon and cultivation of said land , viz :
feorgo M. Mohler , John S. Modrell , William
Johnson , Benjamin O , Johnson , all of Mc-
'ook , Nebraska. F. M. RATIIBCN" ,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION ,
Land Ollico at SIcCook , Nobaska , May 1 , 1901.
'otico is hereby given that the following-named
sttler has filed notice of his intention to make
nal proof in support of his claim , and that
lid proof will bo made before the Register or
leceivor of United States Land Oflico at Mc-
bok , Nob. , on Saturday , June 8 , 1901 , viz :
times Ryan on II. E. No. 10963 for the south-
ist quarter of section 9 , township 4 , north
mgo 30 , west. Ho names the following wit-
BSSOS to prove his continuous residence upon
nd cultivation of said land , viz : John N
tnith , Michael Covle , Robert Moore , and
asoph Li. Sanders , all of McCook , Nebraska
5-3-5ts. F. M. RATHBUN , Register.
No Loss of Time. r ( V
I have sold Chamberlain's Colic , Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy for years , and would > t
rather be out of coffee and sugar than it. i
sold five bottles of it yesterday to threshers i <
that could no farther , and they are at work
again this morning.-H. R. Phelps , P ymouth
Oklahoma. As will be seen by the above the Sf
threshers were able to keep on with iheirvork
without losing a single days time. . You
should keep a bottle of this remedy m your
home. For sale by McConnell & Berry.
One of the proudest times in a girl's life is
when the doctor tells her she must be careful
with her voice ; that it is changing.
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.
What has become of the old fashioned man
who inquired when you put on a new suit of
clothes : "Where was the fire ? "
Ballard's Snow Liniment cures rheumatism ,
neuralgia , headache , sick-headache , sore
throat , cuts , sprains , bruises , old sores , corns ,
and all pain and inflammation. The most pen
etrating liniment in the world. Price , 25 and
0 cents. A. McMillen.
McCOOK ST7KGICAL HOSPITAL ,
D.W. V. GAGE.
McCook , - - - Nebraska.
Office and Hospital over First National Bank.
C. H. BOYLE ,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
McCook , Nebraska.
Telephone 44. P. O. Building :
H. P. SUTTOK
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. Q
All dental work done at our office is
guar- * fj
inteed to be first-class. We do all kinds of
rown , Bridge and Plate Work. Dr. I. B.
laylor , assistant.
DR. J. B. FICKES
k Reliable Over Mc-
Graduate Dentist Berry's. . . .
YOUR CAN OUT
VlcCOOK - TANK
S. D. McCLAIN , Prop.
F. D. BFIIGESS ,
Iron. "Lead 'and 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
Will make all trains , and an
swer all calls to any
part of the city.
W. H. Ackerman , fc
MeCook , Nebraska. &
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Take the genuine ,
ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA
M.MT..M. tute. '
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