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About The McCook tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 1886-1936 | View Entire Issue (July 12, 1901)
The Best Fits
The Lowest Prices
The Largest Stock
Every Pair Guaranteed and Replaced
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flcCook , Nebraska
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V. FRANKUN. PRESIDENT. A. C. EBERT. CASHIER.
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OF MeCOOK , NEB. I
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4 Paid Up Capital § Surplus § \
, 50,000. , 5,000 F
- = 5 DIRECTORS = -
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7. FRANKLIN , W.F.McFARLAND , A. C. EBERT ,
W. B. WOLFE , C. H. WILLARD
IlECAPITULATION , showing the amount on hand December 31 , 1900 , the
collections since made , warrants redeemed , and amount remaining on hand at the
close of the thirtieth day of June , 1901 , in each and all of the several funds and
accounts of O. L. Thompson , Treasurer of Red Willow County , Nebraska , to
gether with the total amounts of the several items stated.
Summer complaint is unusua'ly prevalent
arnon ? children this season. A well devel
oped case in the writer's family was cured last
week by the timely use of Chamberlain's
Colic , Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy one
of the be > t patent medicines manufactured
and which is always kept on hand al the home
of ye scribe. This is not intended as a free
puff for the company , who do not advertise
with us , but to benefit little sufferers who may
not be within easy access of a physician. No
family should be without a bottle of this med
icine in the house , especially in the summer-
lime. Lansing , Iowa. Journal. For sale by
McConnell & Uerry , Druggists.
The most miserable beings in the world are
those suffering from dvspep : > ia and liver
complaint. More than seventy-five per cent
of the people in the United States are afflicted
with these two diseases and their effects , such
as sour stomach , sick headache , habitual cos-
tiveness. palpitation of the heart , heart-burn ,
water-brnsh , gnawing and burning pains at
the pit of the stomach , yellow skin , coated
tongue and disagreeable taste in your mouth ,
coining up of food after eating , low spirits.
etc. Go to your druggist and get a bottle of
August Flower for 75 cents. Two doses will
relieve you. Try it. Get Green's Prize Al
manac. A. McMillen.
T lie Sjime Old Story.
J. A. Kelly relates an excellence Miiiii.tr I ft
th.it vvhu.Ii h.is li.ippcited in alni'i.st t-verv
1 iiLighhoihiKvl in the United Suites and ! i.s
heen told and re told liy thousands of uilirr *
llesa\s : "Last summer I hail an attack of
dysentery "lid iMirchnsed n l > "tlle of ( ham
lierl.un's < oln , ( 'holn.i and Dinrrho" Kviiudv
i whuh 1 used .iccoiding to diieclions and xviiii
cntnelv s tiilactoiy results. The trouble \\si-
1 controlled much quicker than f'iriiirr nllac'1- ' '
\ili-iil used oilier lemedies " Mr Ke'lv ' is i !
'well ' known citizens of Henderson , N. C. j I
1 For sale by McConnell & Merry. Druggists. *
lr\\ ill's \Vitch Ha/el Snhe "liould ! > - i
I promptly applied to cuts , burns and sc.ilds.
' It Booths nnd quickly heals the injured p.tr' .
I'hfie ire worthless counterfeit * , be ure to
get DeWiti's. Mc < "ouuell & Herry.
j Newman Barnes is working for Joh uSl\ .
' Mabel Hartman will start for Iowa.
| July loth.
O. L. Thompson was out to visit the
home people , Tuesday.
A number of our young ladies wont to
Indianola to attend institute this week.
Mrs. W. N. Cratty will not be at homo
as soon as was expected by her friends.
Harry Wade and Eugene Dunham are
very busv heading their grain.
Rev. J. W. Walker called on his many
friends in this vicinity , one cav * last
J. A. Schmit/ commenced cutting
John Sly'rf 200 ai-re field of small grain ,
Mondn > .
Minta Sly visited Mrs. A. E. Ashcraft
and the Thompson fa7iiily , one day I he
fore part of the week.
Some of the young people of this sec
tion attended the Christian church at
McCook , Sunday night last.
Preaching by Rev. W. J. Turner of
MrCool : , at the Fiederick school house ,
Juh 1-lih . ' in tfie
- , at .i afternoon.
j U hen ( he quantity of food taken is too laige
or the quality touch , heaitbtmi KS likely to
( ollnu , and especi.dly if the tligt-slion has
httn ueak.-ned ! > y constipation , hat hl. > , xl >
ami ill easily digested lood Ala U-ale the
ih food tiioioughly. 1 et six Imuib H.ipse h--
tueen uicaKaud when Vuil letl a fuiincss .ind
( wt i ht in the region ol the stt.nnch after e.'t
' ing , indicating that you ha\e eaten too much ,
take one ol Chamberlain's Stomach and Lui-r
I'nl.iets . .ni the hearthuin nia > lie .
Kc > r sale by McConnell < S : Mciry.
I'.U l.uly Don't blt-ej ) too nuii.li ; exercise ;
don't eat Ints ami sweets. To leduce llesh
rapidh take lockMountain Tea. Acts dj.
if th MM the f.it'v tissues ; 5c Ask ollr
II. W. Keye.s had business in tht
the county's capital , Tue = diy. ;
L. J. Holland had business in tlu
court-house , McCook. Tues-dav.
Sheriff Crabtree w a s in McCook ,
Mondav , on business of his ollice.
Mrs. G. S. JJishop has been down from
McCook , part of the week , ijuest of Mr.
and Mrs. James Jletherington.
Mrs. Ernest Holmes returned , this
week , to Xew i'ork city , wheie her hus fr
band is employed on the magazine frhi
' ' "
Messrs. M. G. Shackelton. Joseph te
Harrison and C. B. Hoag contemplate i er
trip to the northwest , prospecting , visit ah
ing Washington and Idaho.
A Good Thing. th
German S > rup is the special prescription ol fa.
Dr. A. Moschee , a celebrated German physi
cian , and is acknowledged to be one of the
most fortunate discoveries in medicine , ll
quickly cures coughs , colds and all lung trou
bles of the severest nature , removing , as it C
does , the cause of the affection and leaving
the parts in a strong and healthy condition. an
It is not an experimental medicine , but has br
stood the test of years , giving satisfaction in
every case , \ \ hich its rapidly increasing sale
every season confirms. Two million bottles H
sold annually. Uoschee's German Syrup was
introduced in the United States in iS6S , and da
is now sold in every town and village in the He
civili/ed world. Three doses will relieve any
ordinary cough. Price 7 = ; cts. Get Green's gr
Prize Almanac. A. McMillen.
What among human ills are more annoying au
than piles ? 1 he afflictions that prevent active
exercise are bad enough , bjt one that makes
even rest miserable is worse. Women are spi
amongitsgreatest martyrs , labler's Muckeye Fo
Pile Ointment will cure the most obstinate
cases. Price , soc in bottle , tubes 75c. A.
Is your liver tired ? Does it fail to do its
duty ? If so , don't neglect its call for help. Ot
A few doses of Herbine may save you a spell Fr
of sickness. Herbine is the only perfect liver
medicine. It cures chills and lever. Price 50 obi
cts. A. McMillen.
KENCVATOH mi isoratesand renovates the ilrt
system purifles and enriches the blond : cures
the \Cbrst dyspepsia , constipation headache ,
livt-run i ki'imn.s. racandfrl , utdrujitjists. Free
advice sample and book
Ur. B. J. ia\ , Saratoga , X Y
Sold bv Lear aud McMilleu. ' 'E '
Does It Pay to Buy Cheap' ' ind
A cheap remedy for coughs and colds is all
right , but you want something that \ \ ill relieve
and cure the more severe and dangerous re
sults of throat and lung trouble. \ \ hat shall Me
you do ? Go to a warmer and more regular ind
climate ? Yes , if possible ; if not possible for '
you , then in either case take the only remedy : 'or
that has been introduced in all civih/ed coun ha'
tries with success in severe throat and lung the ;
trouble , "Hoschee's German Syrup. " It not
only heals and stimulates the tissues to des : ut
troy the germ disease , but allays inflammation ,
secures easy expectoration , gives a good
night's rest , and cures the patient. Try one MB
bottle. Recommended many > ears by all
druggists in the world. Get Green's Prize jut
Almanac. A. McMillen. Mr
"I am indebted to One Minute Cough Cure tie :
for my present good health and my life. I the ;
was treated in vain by doctors for lung trouble
following la grippe. I took One Minute bet
Cough Cure and recovered my health " E. II.
Wise ; Madison , Ga. McConnel ! 5 :
a 5s Lung Bal m Mo : eep
idr CS > . .
cures ovcrv kind or cnu 'h. la grippe , bronchitis ,
sore throat , croup , iv hoopias : cough etc. Never A
deranges the stomacu. At Druggists , lO&'JSc
Sold by Lonr and McMillen. De
Our in 'rcliaul-s are selling lots of bind
Prof. Hcrtdi-e is still in Omaha busy at
Will and Jas. Hamilton wore McCook
visitor ? , Tuesday. *
Roy Kenedy helped on the Inter-
Ocean , last week ,
W. S. Minnich was a Dry Cteek vis
itor \ \ , last Sunday.
Mrs. E. Chute was a business visitor
at Arapahoe , Monday.
Harry BKickson spent the Fourth in
C irtis , with his best girl.
A.W.Lincoln left for Frontier county ,
Monday , wheie he will shock rye.
Mrs. A. M. Wilson entertained a lot of
friends from Indiauola the Fourth.
Miss Rosa StottarJ of Indianola has
been the guest of Nora Premer for a few
Mrs. Mabel Bryan of Arapahoe visited
over Sunday with her friends at the
R. A. Cooper of Holbrook visited
friends in Baitiey and vicinity , last
Bessie COY visited Indianola , last Sunday -
day evening , lettirt ing home the same
Miss Grace Uiown enjoyed a visit from
her friend Ethel Payne of Arapahoe ,
over ' the Fourth.
B. Conway of Culbettson was a busi
ness visitor in our town , Friday and Sat
in day of last week.
Frank Premer took Nora Premer to
Indianola to attend the teachers' insti
tute , the first of the week.
Robt. Leisly , wife and mother left for
San Francisco , last Saturday , hoping to
benefit Robert's health.
Mrs. Earnest B. Crippeii and her two
sons Guidon and Vincent weie visiting
Irieuds in Arapahoe. Sunday.
Heber Vickrey was a home visitor &
from the Fourth until Sunday evening ,
when he returned to Imperial.
Mrs J * . S. Clayton has lecovered suf
ficiently so that her mother left for her
eastern home , Friday morning.
The many friends of Miss Pearl Wil
liams aic glad to see her out on the
streets again alter her i ecu-tit sickness.
. ! i
Henry Burton can scarcely find time <
to eat or sleep , these days , because of of
the disabled wind mills and empty wells.
Rev. Crippeu ami K. C. Fiddler both
had very sick horses , Friday night. C. C.
The horses recovered after severe suli'er-
Stephen Etherton has succeeded in J.
removing part of that painful cancer J.A.
from his lip : Dr. Jluthorn [ is waiting on O.
Miss Mary Dietsch is attending the
teachers' ; institute at Indianola. Sev-
eral other teachers from our town are St
also up there , this week. D.
Townsman Sam Clark is a busy man , MrJ
these hot days , between the duties of the fol
farm and those of the store , still he is C.
not losing much flesh by it.
Ed Price's married daughter of Mc He
Cook came home , Saturday morning ,
and in the afternoon drove up there and nth
brought home her household effects.
A very pleasant party was made for
Heber < Vickrey by his mother , last Friday
day evening. It was one of those de Red
lightful times that every one present so ofCoi
greatly , enjoys. 3tim
Hon. Tobey is a fine speaker and the ilef
audience greatly enjoyed his oration the sail
Fourth. Surely no pleasanter time was or
spent in the county than here last pro Co
Albert Listen died at Rome , Kans. , Joi
tvhere he was at work , and his brother , the ;
Dtis Farrel , brought the body home , D
Friday ; : Rev. Crippen conducting suit-
ible services at the grave.
Mrs. Agler of Shannon City , Iowa ,
arne in , Wednesday , bringing her chil- ,
Iren , for a visit with her father's family ,
jorth of town. This is the first visit
ionic she has made in three years. P
Our M. E. brethren held a twilight- , J
jour service , Sunday evening. Rev. f
3rippen gave a beautiful resume of 1
'Esther's life and its lessons. " It was I
pleasant 1 variation from the ordinary I
was attended by a full house.
GuyCurlee was out to CharleyKirsch'-N
Monday , setting up a new 12-foot binder
( Ed Curlee was busy setting up one
Clarence Bush. These hot winds
lave hurried up the harvesting so that if
here is demand for machines
a great to ismg
it with. icss.
Word was received here that Miss teart
Mayme Hodgkin , formerly of this place , of i
novv of Farnam , was married to a live
. Walker of that place. Congratula- fee !
ions : and best wishes are the order of ither
day. Her many friends wish them Gre
oth a prosperous life. the
you \\ant some "just as good" "I make it V
nyself ; , " remedy , try an imitation Rocky
fountain Tea. 'Twill make you sick and erly
you sick. Ask your druggist. iigest <
bad complexion generally results from that
nactive liver and bowels. In all such cases and
3eWitt's Little Early Risers produce gratify- life.
results. McConnell & Berry. oed
M < -f'o"k-Vehraska. Jnlj I ! ' < > ! .
Hoard of found c'tnnmnsjonors met i 'i
to adjournment : I'resent. Stephen Itollx- 1 > \
\Vatenn.m and Muuricu Heddx. co-mni-i inner *
and U A. Ore-en. count } clerk. Mi nil. s of
previous meet inir rend and approved.
Tlii > board on motion commenced tin * exumt
nation of tin * accounts of O. L. Thompson
counttrt'ii" ) ir. r. and continiii'd thetmme dur
ing tlidm. .
On motion th ho.trd adjourned to meet July
Atti > t : It. A. ( ! IKIN. : Count v Ch'rk
MrCook. N'ebr.iska. Julj 2nd. HUM.
Ilo.inl of connU commissioner-'mit pursuant
to adjoiiriirniMit : Present , Stophou Holies- ) . \ .
\Viitnrinan aud Miiurico Ki-diU , commissioners- ,
and H. A. ( ireen. count } clerk. Minn toof pre
vious moisting read and approved.
'l'li lx > ard having inadia careful nxaminu-
tion of the accounts of O. L. Thompson , county
treasurer , llnds the following to he it true and
correct -tatmin-nt of all mor. ty.s- received and
dis-hur-cd ) i In him asmch treasurer from Janu-
ar.x Nt to June uOth. 111)1 , hoth inclus-itu. in the
snverul funds- and the amount on hand June
: ith ) , 11KI1. at the close of hu-iniiH- ' .
( Sen statenuint elsHuliL-ro. )
Ho.ird commenced thu uxamination of the
accounts of K. A. ( Jreoii. county clerk , and continued -
tinued tlin same diirint : the < la\ .
On motion hoard adjourned to meet July 3rd ,
Attest : It. A. ( rKKiv. Countj Clerk.
McCook. N'ohr.iska , Jiilylinl , 1'JOl.
Ho.ird of count } conimN.sioiinr-i met pursuant
to ndjournmnnt. Present , Stephen Holies , D. A.
W.iterman and Maurice Iie.ddcomiiiissionor ,
W. I * Starr , coinitx attonmx , anil It. A. ( Jreeu ,
rountv clerk. Minuter of pre\ion meetiiiK
re.id and approved.
The lin.inl having made a direful ttxamina-
tiou of the fee honk of O. L. Thompson , county
treasurer , llnd that ho has received a- > fees from
J.iniinrx 1st to June :9 : > th , 11KI1 , hoth inclu-ii\e :
A * commissions $ IC".69 (
As ini-cellaneons fees . I71.R : >
Total . . > I20.H ( ! ( )
Tin * Ho.ird II.IVI'IIL : niade a careful examina
tion of the accountof H. A. ( ireen , count }
clerk , lind that ho his received as fee from
Jami.tr ) l-t to June : Xth. ) I'.MII , hoth inchishe ,
The Ho.ird liaviiif , ' made a careful examina
tion of the accounts of ( I. C. llo.itinaii , clerk of
the District Com t , find that hu lirer recei\ed as
fe from Janil.ir.1st . to June : tlHli. 1KI1 ! , hoth
in \ , > "L"yt.C : ( .
The lio.ird liaxin madi1 a careful examina
tion ( of HID accounts of ( J S. Ii.-ln ! > i > . count }
jlidfro , lind th.it he has r.-cened a- fees from
Jannar ) 1st to Juno : ! 0tli. I1MI1. hoth inclusive ,
. : ! . -U.
In the matter of the certilicat.- J. W.
Dntcher. president of the Red Willow Count )
Agricultural socict } . the Ho.ird lind that said
certificate in all respects conforms to law. On
motion count ) clerk u.is ordered to drau a
warra'it on the counU general fund , levi of
100J , in fainrof J. W. Butcher , piosident of s.u'd
focietj , for the sum of . ! 12.7. . .
On motion W. H. Smith uas appointed a
memher of the s ildii r ' n-lief commi ? ion.
The roUouin claimITC audited and al-
> ued , and on motion cleik u.is instructed to
draw warrants on the count ) ceneral fund , le\ )
lf ) l. in pi\ment thereof as follows :
I'.ide ' A , Son , collin for ThomasScott. . > : C > IK )
State Journal Co. , supplies. . 20 Ml
Ir.i Harrison.removinghuildiiiKand fence 7 00
' ( J. Conlizor. work on court linuuo . lii .V )
. G. Cowlizer. work on court house par
contract. . : ! 77 IX )
i. C. Boatman , ( State vs.Triniiitt ] ) insane 7 N )
\v. V. Ga e , fame. * > tx >
. K. Kelle ) . same 3W
. C. Crahtree. uame . . . . I III
. E. Stra\er , s.-ime. 3 to
. H. Hell , same . 3 ID
Lillian M. Welhorn. sal.ir ) aud expenses
2nd quarter of l ) l 2U 2. .
. It. Starr , salar ) 2nd < iuarter. . . . 21X1 ( XI
StepheuHolle-.inoueyadvanced andlahor ( i 'J. >
Stephen Holies , services as commissioner 33 H )
. A. Waterman , same . . : t ! W
Maurice Roddy , tamo. . . 31 41
And on count ) bridge fund , levy of 1'JOl , .is
. W. Peters , bridge work. . . . § 3 ( X )
And on county road fund , levy of UOl ua fol
Hen Ltlo , road \vork , ( assigned to Wilcox
Soul . . $3
On motion Hoard adjourned to meet August
Attest : It. A. GIIIS , Count } Clerk.
Notice ib hereby Kiveii that In virtue of a
chattel inortKaKu. dated March 7th , 1'JOl , ami
ilul\ filed in the ollice of the County Clerk of
Willow County , Nebraska , on the "ith daj
July. ItKJl. executed bj A. C. Hice to S. M.
Cochran & Co. . to secure the pajment of the
of sixteen dollars , anil upon which there is
duo the sum of twelve dollars and thirtv
cents , with interest at ten per cent , froin dat'1 ,
lefault having been made in the pajinent of
sum , and no suit or other proceedings at
ha\mg been instituted to recover "aid debt
unj part thereof ; therefore I will tell the
property therein described , viz : One Luster
ook-Stove , No. h-2D. at public auction , .it the
'ront door of S. M. Cochran A. Co.'s Store. Build
on Dennison Street in the City of
Jountj > f Red Willow , and State of Nebraska ,
Saturdaj. the : ird daj of ViiRH'-t. ISiOl , at
hour of two o'clock i > . in. , on said IH\ .
S. M. foe IIRAN A. C'D. ,
Dated , Julj 9th , r.KJl.
i * you knew how SCOTT'S
SMULSION would build you \
up , if.crease your wdghr , |
strengthen your weak trroat
anc iup. s and put you m con-
cliilofi for next v/sr.ier , you p
would begin to take : ' . r.o\y , H
SCOTT & BOVVNE'Chemises , $3
40- ; 5 Ttil . - > Lrt I , Tstv \ o . K5
si c ft1 i TI BO " " ' mi ' * i < : N
Ve , August Po\\er ! still has the largest -ale
any medicine in the civilized world. Your
nothers and grandmothers never thought ui
an > thing ehe for indigestion or bihou- > -
. Doctors were scarce , and they seldom
teard of appendicitis , nervous prostration or
failure , etc. 1 hey used August Flouer nr
clean out the svstem and stop fermentation
undigested food , regulate the action of the -
. stimulate the nervous and organic action '
the system , and that is all they tool-- when
eeiing dull and bad with headaches and
aches. You only need a few doses of
Jreen's August ! lower , m liquid form , to
you satisfied there is nothing serious 5r
matter with you. Get Green's Pn/e
Umanac. A. McMillen.
You can never cure dyspepsia by dieting
your body needs is plenty of food prop-
digested. Then if your stomach will not
it Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will. It con-
all of the natural digestants hence must
igest every class of food and so prepare it
nature can use it in nurishing the body
replacing the wasted tissues , thus gi % ing
health , strength ambition , pure blood and
healthy appetite. McConnd ! 6 : Berry.
To era-iic.it.-worms from the -vstemi Cf
the child i Km. ii.mus.hini ; food and Uliite- .
LILMIII Vciinifui- I'he rtsull will he tin-
u.Miixudl disnppfnr mid the-child br ome
he.ithx ami cliffiful. Pni" 2 $ it , A. Me
McCOOK SURGICAL HOSPITAL.
L ) . W. V.CAGE.
McCook. - - - Nebraska.
Omi-K-FirU N'ational hunk hiiililim , ' . null
to City hull. HoL'KS : : ) tn 12 : 1 to tj ; 7 to ! .
Night calls ainwored from rijiidoncn over hank.
MRS. S. K. GRIGGS ,
Hair dru.s-in * ? . liniiiMMiiiiK and t-culp treat-
inontKiit'n for tliu Iwnplltof tlnj liair. Mas-taK"
treatment Ktvi'ii , vvriukh' * removed and all fuc
bit-minims removed. 'IMiono No. ti. Upstair *
Front ovurOpttra Hon rt.
C. H. BOYLE ,
ATTOKXKY AT LAW
McCook , Nebraska.
Telephone 44. P. O. Building :
II. P. SUTTON
McCOOK , NEBRASKA
JOHN E. KELLEY ,
ATTORNEY AT LAW and
Jy Agent of Lincoln Land Co. Olhce--
Kearof l'"irs.t National bank.
J. B. BALLARD ,
Q DENTIST. O
All dental work done at our office is guar
anteed to be lirst-class. We do all kinds of
Crown , Bridge and PlateWork. .
A Reliable Over Mc
Graduate Dentist Berry's
SET YOUR CAN OUT
THE - OIL - MAN
IS - COMING
McCOOK = TANK = LINE
S. D. McCLAIN , Prop.
F. D. BURGESS ,
McCOOK , NEBR.
Iron. Lead Jand Sewer Pipe , Brass
Goods , Pumps , an Boiler Trimmings ,
Agent for Halliday , Waupun , Eclipse
Windmills Basement of the Meeker
Will make all trains , and an
swer all calls to any
part of the city.
W. H. Ackerman ,
McCook , Nebraska.
B uu aw Uil I 3
inour nam antl a Mn-s and
Catalo ru - of all kiidff
- ff Mrrha -
at pri ( . " , d - \inty cornpKi t K r.
'ully Illus-trated Cataloj'uf seat < , -
eceipt of 10 cents for jxista .
KAHN , GREEN & BERGER ,
to 261 Dearborn Street , Chicago , 111.
CATALOGUE MAILED DURING JULY
DON'T BE FOOLEDI
Take the genuine , original
ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA
Made only by Madison Medi
cine Co. . Madison , Wis. | t
keeps you well. Our trade
mark cut on each package. f
Price , 35 cents. Never .sold
in bulk. Accept no substl-
iconpon Tto i eta tute. Ask
your druggist. : /
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