The McCook tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 1886-1936, February 05, 1909, Image 1

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You Will Have to Hurry
Over Steins Clothing Store
in the DIAMOND Building
Just Third Place
Red Willow county was awarded
third place in the Southwest Nebraska
declamatory contest at Rtratton Satur
day night Miss Minnie Nelson of
Lebanon securing that position
It was the original purpose to divide
the contestants into classes dramatic
humorous etc but the limited num
ber of contestants precluded such a
course and the six applicants for honors
wont in under the samo classification
making difficult of course the decision
of the judges
Miss Gertrude Morrissey represented
the McCook high school although
having but a few days in which to pre
pare a long and difficult selection
Miss Claudia Hatcher accompanied her
Death Relieved Her Suffering1
Mrs William Caldwell who has been
a sufferer for a long time with cancer
passed away last Sundaymbrning A
requiem high mass was conducted at
St Patricks Catholic church Monday
morning at nine oclock by Father
Paquette after which the remains were
interred in the parish cemetery
The deceased was 50 years of age and
has for many years lived in our city
being survived by her 6econd husband
several children a sister Mrs S A
Haley and a brother George Foster who
removed from here several years ago
Men Wanted
Men are wanted for the special mens
meeting to be held at the Congrega
tional church nest Sunday afternoon at
300 oclock Rev P A Sharpe will
speak to the men on the subject A
Full Grown Man Every man ought
to hear him Come and bring a friend
Notice Personal Taxes
Personal taxes for 1908 were deliquent
Dec 1st and draw 10 per cent from that
date should be paid by not later than
Febr 1st next as on and after that date
they are subject to collection by distress
warrant C Naden Co Treas
McCook Neb Jan 20th 1909
The Eclipse Wind Mill
Is probably as good a wind mill as is
made we sell these as well as the Demp
ster Woodmanse Perkins and others
also put them up also make or repair
your wells also furnish all kinds of
supplies Prices reasonable
McCook Hardware Co
Velie and John Deere Buggies
and spring wagons at tbe McCook
Hardware Co They alwajs have a
good line to select from and every
article guaranteed
One Cent Upwards
We have valentines from one cent up
See them A McMillen Druggist
Dr R H Gatewood dentist office
over McMillens druc store phone 163
McConnell for drugs
Attention R A M
There will bo a Koyal Arch decree
conferred tonight Supper will be serv
ed in the banquet room at 6 oclock by
the ladies of the Eastern Star
All Royal Arch Masons invited
V B WnrrTAKEE Secretary
Special Meeting A F A M
A special meetinK of McCook Lodge
No 135 A F fe A M Tuesday Febru
ary 9th at 730 p m Two Entered
Apprentice degrees
By Order of the W M
Lon Coxe Secretary
I Dr R 11 Gatewood dentist office
over McMillens drug store phone 163
Special cards for Washingtons Birth
day St Patricks Day St Valentines
Day etc at this office
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The following cases have been dispos
ed off at the term of district court being
held in our city this week
The Western Land Co vs Margaret
H Heade et al tax foreclosure contin
Vocances Franklin vs The City of
McCook damage settled and dismissed
at plaintiffs costs
Acme Harvesting Covs Edward Cur
lee civil motion to separately state
and number
E C Clark vs C B Q Railway
Co damage plaintiff allowed 10 days
to plead motion1 separately state and
number cause of action overruled plain
tiff excepts motion to strike answer
from files overruled plaintiff excepts
C L Hawkins vs D E Ewing ap
peal verdict for S100
Peter Holmes Updike vs Eli Titus et
al equity order disposing of surplus
S C King vs I II Wasson equity
settled and dismissed
John Matthews vs John Farrell ap
peal appeal dismissed
Herman Brendt vs Frank L Spicer
specificperformance continued
Bertha Quigley vs Donald R Quig
ley divorce dismissed at plaintiffs
Sarah J Hickling vs William Ham
mell damage continued
Hiram C Rider vs William Huber et
al suit on note continued
John F Connor vs Aaron J Redfern
damage leave given to withdraw ans
wer and file demurrer
David A Goodenberger vs Mary A
Foxetal equity continued
Wallace Plourd vs Charles H Kinget
al injunction dismissedeach party to
pay half of costs
Charles Hotze vs Clarence SThomp
son appeal appeal dismissed
Kettle Rivers Quarries Co vs R N
Liberty and A S Ennis suit on con
tract continued
William S Fitch vs Charles Jacobs
appeal leave given to withdraw answer
and file motion to dismiss
Geo W Wyrick vs John J Strunck
equity leave given to file answer instan
ter leave given to file reply instanter
State of Nebraska vs Arthur Forbes
appeal nojle filed
Harry Morris Bailey vs C B Q
Railway Co suit for damages defend
ant allowed 10 days to answer
William Jeffries vs Herbert Beach
suit on damages continued
John J Galley vs Liona L Easton et
al foreclosure default of all defend
ants due plaintiff 33S9 interest at 10
per cent from date decree of foreclos
Ella W Ford et al vs George WLis
tonetal partition continued
Lavilla J Burlless vs Lovina Kend
all foreclosure continued
Alvin R Scott vs Dan A Hewitt et
al appeal leave given to plead instan
ter to answer
In matter of application of Sarah A
Crosby to sell real estate stricken from
Frank Stillman vs C B Q Rail
road Co appeal continued
Mrs G W Romans vs Thomas D
Morrissey appeal motion for security
for costs motion confessed security to
be given in 30 days or order of dismiss
al defendants 30 days thereafter to
State Bank of Lebanon vsSophia and
Joseph Boos mortgage foreclosure de
murrer to petition overruled defend
ants except 30 days to plead
William H Kendall vs Murphy
equity default of all defendants
Josiah W Gittens vs Zachary T Mc
Uolluni damage motion for security
for costs continued on defendants ap
Ora Troy Kelley vs Abram Peters
appeal settled and dismissed at costs
of plaintiff
Clara E Smyth vs Claude Smyth
divorce coniinued
State of Nebraska vs Henry N Coll
ing mandamus continued
M II Hammond vs J O Hammond
et al partition referees report con
firmed referees fees 825 attorneys
fees 100 guardian ad litem fees 5
State of Nebraska vs Noble E Mc
Murrin appeal nolle asked to be filed
State of Nebraska vs Bell Hall crim
inal plaintiff asked leave to file amend
ed information granted filed and serv
ed defendant in open court on being
arraigned enters a plea of guilty to the
third count in the information there
upon sentenced the defendant to pay a
fine of 8250 and to pay costs of prosecu
tion and to stand committed to jail till
the fine and costs are paid thereupon
thd county attorney asked leave to file
nolle prosequi to the remaining counts
of the information Similar action was
taken in like cases against Minnie Brown
and Ruth Frost Barry
- Clarence B Gray vs C B Q Rail
way Co appeal motion overruled de
fendant excepts 30 days to plead
May Spaulding vs Charles E Spaul
ding divorce decree of divore
Minnie Luke vs Anna Bohm equity
sale confirmed and deed ordered refer
ees fees S10 guardian ad litem fees 0
attorneys fees 50
State of Nebraska vs John H Dwyer
criminal continued
State of Nebraska vs Luther Bush
criminal forfeiture set aside
Lavonia Finch vs Chester A Rodg
ers plaintiff allowed 30 days to file pe
tition defendant 30 days thereafter to
Gov L Campbell of Coleman pre
cinct has moved to Macdoel Calif
Miss Jennie Kubick was the guest of
Red Cloud relatives last week
Mrs R D Austin went down to Red
Cloud last week on a visit to her par
Mrs T E McCarl returned Sun
day noon from spending a few days
with her homefolks at Cambridge
Mrs William Richardson of Haig
ler a former resident of our city was a
city business guest first of the week
Misses Elsie Campbell Hazel Merle
Minnie Berry and Viva Phelan will en
tertain a company of friends February
12 tb in Monte Cristo ball
Mrs James F Whiteford arrived in
the city last B riday morning on No 2
from San Bernardino Calif on a short
visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Syl
vester Cordeal
Frank Cullen whose headquarters
are in Omaha but who travels for a
South Bend Indiana concern spent
Sunday and Monday in the city ou
business and to renew oldtime friend
ships Frank thinks the old town is
going some and faith she is So is
O L Littel superintendent of
Hitchcock county was in the city
Tuesday on the occasion of the visit of
the Culbertson teachers to the McCook
public school system Lester is a Mc
Cook high school boy who is making
good And it is always a pleasure for
him to visit his alma mater ben
Altol J Zint son of William L
Zint lato of our city but now living in
Denver has been chosen by the board
of directors of the Colorado Manufac
turers association as their secretary
He assumed his new position February
1st Mr Zint for three years past has
been traffic manager for the A T
Lewis Son Dry Goods Co Denver
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All Three Were Injured
Thomas Williams little but spirited
bluck driving horse ran away Tuesday
evening causing more or less painful
injuries to all three ofthe occupants of
the buggy Mr g Williams had
been in East ly jok investigating a
real estate proposition and in returning
home one of the front wheels became
cramped and dropping into a ditch
threw Mr Williams out of the buggy
the wheels passing over his chest H
C Sbriner was also in the buggy and
he subsequently jumped out fracturing
his left foot at the ankle Latter ic the
affair Mrs Williams was thrown out
snstaining painful injuries though no
bones were broken
Lincoln Anniversary
The 100th anniversary of the birth of
Abraham Lincoln will occur on Feb 12
1909 The federal government and the
government of our state have recom
mended the appropriate observance of
this day in memory of the illustrfous
citizen and martyred president It is
highly desirable that the citizens of Mc
Cook appropriately decorate their homes
and places of business and that all hous
es of business may be closed from 130
oclock p mto 4 oclock p m that the
memorial service to be conducted by
theG AR in Menards opera house
may be attended by those so desiring
J II Stephens Mayor
A Victim of Croup
Little Clara baby daughter of Mr
and Mrs Jacob Zeiler died on last Fri
day of croup after a brief illness The
little one was born August 22 1907 on
the ocean while the parents were
coming from Russia to America The
little remains were buried in Riverview
cemeter Sunday afternoon after ser
vices of a brief nature at the home by
Rev G L Henkelmann There were
some very pretty flowers of tender tri
bute to the sorrowing parents
Bartley Degree of Honor
Mrs Augusta Anton deputy grand
chief of honor D pf H went down to
Bartley Thursdsof last week to as
sist in boosting the D of H at that
place Tbe drill team of the local lodge
went down on Friday to help along and
give an exhibition drill It was the
occasion of hartleys four season so
cial and a big program was pulled off
with several initiations a spread and
general fine time
Died at Hot Springs S D
Mrs C H Barrett of our city now
living at 1260 Mulvane street Topeka
Kansas is in receipt of a telegram an
nouncing the death of her brother Wil
liam Crockford an old and early resi
dent of Red Willow county There are
no particulars given save that Mr
Crockford died on January 31st 1909
Une Fourth Off Sale
See Rozell Bargers announcement
of a genuine one fourth off sale on win
ter goods All goods marked in plain
figures Real values at 25 per cent off
Regular goods Solid worth Take
advantage of this opportunity while it
Buttons Imperative
Most profuse is the display of buttons
in the coming spring styles We are
now well supplied with the moulds for
making all four of our sizes and can
promptly turn out the buttons Bring
the scraps our machine does the rest
The Thompson D G Co
One Fourth Off Means
In winter suits at Rozell Bargers
820 suits at S15 16 ones at S12 S12 val
ues at 9 And the other values re
duced accordingly Take the benefit
Chickens Are High
This should interest you in the Liud
sey incubator at the McCook Hardware
Co Only twelve dollars
A Handy Receipt Book
Bound duplicate receipt books three
receipts to the page for sale at The
Tribune office
Whittaker Gray 107 West B Mc
Cook Nebraska 25 tf
If you want a farm or city loan call
on C F Lehn
Farm Loans
Optional payments No cash com
mission required P S Heaton
McConnells Balsam cures coughs
Use McMillen s Cough Cure 23c
McMillen s Cold Cure will break up
your cold
Try our crackers in tin boxes You mil
never use any other HUBER
Notices have been mailed to all subscribeis of
this paper owing for the year 1908 All such ac
counts not paid by March 1st 1909 or satisfactorily
arranged for will be placed in the hands of an
agency for collection and the names removed from
our subscription books
Notices will also be mailed to all subscribers
covering the present year 1909 and we hope
responses to these will be prompt and numerous
Business conditions makeiit imperative that sub
scriptions shall be as far as possible in advance
Kindly observe
Death of Little Floyd Ralne
Little Floyd four-year-old son of Mr
and Mrs William Raine suddenly ex
pired last Friday fle had been suffer
ing from a severe attack of tonsilitis
which left his heart in a precarious con
dition and finally resulted in the little
fellows death
Services were held at home last Sun
day afternoon after which the romains
were laid away in Riverview cemetery
The parents and relatives have tender
est sympathy in the death of little
Floyd youngest son of Mr and Mrs
William Raine was born in Antigo
Wisconsin in March 1905 It is a
coincidence that the twin brother who
proceded him to the spirit land passed
away and was buried on the same hour
of tbe day and the same day of the
We are more grateful than mere
words can express to all the kind friends
and neighbors for assistance and sym
pathy during the illness and after tbe
death of our dear little boy
Mr and Mrs William Raine
Numerous Small Damage
Reports from over the county indi
cate that no severe damage was done
anywhere or anyone in the county but
that the instances of damage are num
erous Windmills were blown down by
the high wind of last week fences went
down by the miles small buildings were
blown over chimneys suffered from the
gale housewives were given extra work
and so on ad infinitum but the total
loss and damage is not large and alto
gether we are to be congratulated upon
escaping so easily from the storm which
compassed the land from ocean to ocean
gulf to Great Lakes with wind of tor
nado force below zero temperature and
overwhelming snow in some sections
In Sealed Envelopes
The postal regulations have recently
been changed so that post cards bearing
particles of glass metal mica sand
tinsel or other similar substance are
unmailable except when enclosed in
envelopes tightly sealed to prevent the
escape of such particles Heretofore
tinsel cards merely had to be enclosed
in envelopes Now unless the envelopes
are tightly sealed the cards will be sent
to the dead letter office First class
postage is required
You Will Be Glad
if you take advantage of our clearing
prices on cloaks Notice them
Ladies 500 50 inch coats reded to2 89
600 3 89
800 399
8 75 4 99
1000 599
1250 G99
1500 869
Misses and childrens at similar sac
rifice Fur scarfs at 49c to 85 85 about
price The Thompson D G Co
Read This Big Ad
Your attention is called to the big
closing out sale ad of the Bee Hive ap
pearing elsewhere in this issue These
bargains will be offered for ten days
after the opening Wednesday of next
week You should be on hand and get
your share of the bargains offered For
particulars read the big ad on the eighth
page of this issue
The Famous Blue Book
Rozell Barger have just received
the famous M Born Co Blue Book
and are prepared better than ever to se
cure tailor made clothes for their cus
tomers in spring and summer styles
from Americas greatest merchant tail
ors Guarantee them to fit and please
Some Remodeling To Be Done
The Pade Furniture and Carpet Co
is preparing to do some remodeling of
the interior of their store room An in
side stairway and sky light are among
the improvements contemplated
Unequaled DeLaval Separators
W H Harmon is the local agent and
has in stock on West B street a number
of these famous money making separa
tors Consult him
Specify the Lennox
Torrid Zone Steel Furnace sold and put
in by skilled workmen at as low prices
as good work can be done McCook
Hardware Co
Saddles Bridles and Blankets
of the latest designs for ladies and
gentlemen at the McCook Hardware Co
Look them over before buying
Best navel orange grown
C 4
All sizes
Only 65 cents a peck
J A Wilcox Son
We have valentines from one cent up
see them A McMillen Druggist
Hacking Coughs
soothed into silence with McConnells
Balsam Price 25 cents
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it is to spond small
sums of money when you havo a
largo amount about you How
much safer and better it would
bo to keop your sparo monoy in
the bank This bank is at your
P Walsh President
C F Lehn V Pres
C J OBrien Cshr
J J Loughran P F McKenna
The Time Is at Hand
The special meotings now going on at
the Congregational church will close
Sunday night The meetings the past
weeks havo been largely attended and a
deep abiding work has been done Rev
P A Sharpe is interpreting the Gospel
message in clean reasonabloappeals to
conscience and will
There will be meetings Friday and
Saturday at 300 p m and at 715 p m
Sunday three great meetings will be
held At 1100 a m and at 745 p m
mass meetings for all At 300 p in a
special mens meeting to which all men
are iuvited
The time is short If you are to get
into this work it must bo at once Come
and get the blessing
See to Your Order or Lodge Card
The Tribune has for some time been
printing a lodge and order directory
free on the promise that the cards
would be kept corrected as to facts
officers etc by the several lodges and
orders As we devote 10000 a year
free to this purpose we expect those re
ceiving tho benefit to keep the cards
corrected A glance at the directory
reveals many errors and we must insist
upon the proper officers bringing in the
facts Otherwise we shall discontinue
the cards which we find incorrect
Look to your cards
You Need Not Have Cold Feet
No need to suffer from cold feet for a
minute A good hot water bottle cover
ed with a flannel cloth will keep your
feet warm all night It also relieves
toothache neuralgia and any kind of
pain that yields to the application of
heat Have them in all sizes and
all prices
L W McConnell Druggist
Sharpies Tubular Cream Separators
are easy to run and easy to clean and
you can get the profit from your cows
with one of these Sixty five dollars at
the McCook Hardware Co
Dr R H Gatewood dentist office
over McMillens drug store phone 163
I have many bar
gains to otfer in
Secondhand and Shopworn
Pianos and Organs
I wish to clean my floor of
these instruments that I may
have room for my new spring
stock and will dispose of
them at almost your own
Pianos 50 and Up
Organs 10 and Up
Come and see these instru
ments and get our payment