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Dry times will not drive
us away. We will stay.
Closing out all Summer
Goods at 50 cents on the $ ,
to make room for our Fall
and Winter Stock.
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ber for New Goods--and then
look out for novelties in Fall
and Winter Goods.
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partment is run by an effi
cient Dress Maker , and
work is guaranteed.
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We liave decided to REDUCE OUR STOCK before invoicing , July
1st , 1890 , and we will offer our ENTIRE STOCK at a
p FOR fASH1
J Vyn\JlI.
We must reduce our stock before July 1,189O.
Come and see tlie
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YOURS , THE RUSTLER FOR TRADE ,
MAIN AYRNUE ,
MeCOOK , : : NEBRASKA.
COMMENCING
Summer Complaints.
Statistics show that a large proportion of
the children die from what is known as Sum
mer Complaint , Diarrhea , Cholera Infantum
and Dysentery. Humphreys' Specifics Nos.
Four , Five and Six are sale and certain.
Tyrotoxicon is the name ot the subtle and
< leadly poison that lurks in ice cream. It is
developed in the course of its manufacture ,
and the longer the cream is kept the greater
the proportion ot poison.
For rheumatic and neuralgic pains , rub in
Dr. J. H. McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment , and
take Dr. J. H. McLean's Sarsaparilla. You
will not suffer long , but will be gratified wiMi
a speedy and effective cure. Sold by C. M.
Smith &Son.
If you suffer from any affection caused by
impure blood , such as scrofula , salt rheum ,
sores , boils , pimples , tetter , ringworm , take
Dr. J. II. McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment
Sold by C. M. Smith & Son.
This Trade
FvJartt Is on
Tie Best
fatenroof
Coat
In the world.
or Illustrated Catalogus , ffrcr. L. J. Tower , Borton ,
FROKHARRIS
( VST.Al.LY WEAK ) . IMo BO bj too close appllsitioTi to
liusine-sor study : scirc mental ftr.nlnor grief ; SIX ! tj
IXCESShS iu middle life.or \ i ou liiliiU contracted ill vouu1 ] .
fiSeM AUI ! > ICT1HSTO ! kFK\OLS UHilLITl ur
E2 > (3 FXHUSTIOVYVASTIMiNKlkM-SS. IN.
V ixr $ KSwiii ! jnitu uti'nr iniouv.imini : > -
III.K jtCr.D ; lack of \ ici. A Igor , and strength.-nith ie\iml organs
impnircd nnil rcakencil prematurely in a } > projchtioM age.
E SJAV fFB ! TTo.piiik fromkiionlc.tiro
? E dfli ttUilKof I'KKMVMOiT KhhtLTS
in many tl'oii'an'l eo.-es treutcil acclcureil in past twclvcycars.
" . 'AsetMeneporour filth In Prof. Harris'
ara , , .
113 © © SOLUBLE MEDICATED PASTILLES.
* -j-pl A J ve offer eight days tri-il JU1SOMTKLY FJM/E.
t KIMU-m „ , , . „ young or oM , suffering from thla
prevalent trouble shouM enrt their address o we can furni.ti
que.-ttons to bcnniwrred , that we may know the true condition
of each ciie ami prepare medicine to effect a prompt cure.
Located In Xeir York ( after 12 years at St. I.oms ) , we offer
all a chance to be en ml bv the celebrated Pastille Treatment.
THE HARRIS REMEDY CO. , Mfe. Chemists ,
99 BEEKMAN STREET , NEW YORK.
GG on
Throat Affection
SCROFULA Wasting of Flesh
Or any Disease tcliere'the Throat and Zunys
are Inflamed , ZacTe of Strength or JTcrra
'Tower , you can be relieved and Cured by
SCOTT'S '
EMULSION
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PURE COD LIVER OIL
With Hypopnosphites.
PALATABLE AS MILK.
Ask for Scott's EmuJtton , and let no ex
planation or solicitation induce you to
accept a rubititute.
Sold Ity att Druggists.
SCOTT A BOWNE.Chemlsts , N.Y.
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CREAM
AKlN
Its superior excellence proven in millions
of homes for more than ti quarter of a centurs' .
It is used by the United States Government.
Endorsed by the heads of the Great Universi
ties as the Strongest , Purest and most Health
ful. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder does
not contain Ammonia , Lime , or Alum. Sold
only in cans.
PKICE BAKING POWDER CO
Nc\v i'ork. Chicago. St. Louis.
PLEASANT PRAIRIE POSIES.
Jake Gerver wtis u business visitor nt Obor-
lln , Kan. , the 4th inst.
The farmers have commenced cuttingup
their corn in this section.
The widow Foul has moved to PeterFoxcn's
place to care for his hogs while ho runs a beer
wngon in McCoolc. *
Tom llolpu gave an ice crean supper to his
friends ( they seem to be legion ) at his par
ents'home on the2th of July , and all enjoyed
themselves.
Sunday School at the Dodge school house
will reorganize next Sunday , as some of the
ollicers contemplate a visit east. There will
be preaching' directly after Sabbath school.
There does not appear to Jieenough interest
manifested in the Prohibitory Amendment as
one could wish. Wake up , fiieude , work and
help drive tiie Demon ot Hell from our bcau-
tiiu ! land.
The farmers aic marketing their hogs on
account ot shortage ol the corn crop. Some
nic even givinguwiiy and killing their pigs.
Let them vole for the Piohibitory Amend
ment , then they can take their money ro buy
corn to i'eed them instead of that which sends
souls to perdition.
VAILTCfJ VOICES.
Still on deck.
James Harris is on our streets , looking well
and hearty.
Good health geneialiy prevails a rr.rebless
ing to all mankind.
Neighbor Met chant and family are taUing in
the eastern scenery.
We hear the occasional hum ot the thieshing
machine. It sounds good.
We understand the mental status ot John
Kolb was not very certain , and he will be
placed under cai el ul treatment and we predict
success.
Harvest is past. Wo will have to wait until
' 01 for our good crop. Wewcicin hopes this
section would not make the showing on small
grain and earn but we are pietty short this
year trom lack of rain.
ASH CREEK ITEMS.
Squire Schnmcl is cutting corn.
Miss Idsi Evans spent Sunday with her par-
ents.
A. Y7. Coiey had business in Indianohi , last
Monday.
Joe Dudeli is puttingdown a well ouhis tim
ber claim.
Mis. J .E. Furr departed for Iowa , last Thurs
day morning.
The Misses Btiniicll were guests at Mr.
Evans' , last Sunday.
A large number of people from "Germany"
are going to leave for the east , in a few days
on account of dry weather. Nine carloads are
going fiorn "Missouri Hidge , " we understand.
OUSEKVEH.
ELECTRIC BITTERS.
This remedy is becoming so well known and
so popular as to need no special mention. All
who have used Electric Bitters sing the same
song of praise. A purer medicine does not
exist and it is guaranteed to do all that is
claimed. Electric Bitters will cure all diseases
of the liver and kidneys , will remove pimples ,
boils , salt rheum and other affections caused
by impure blood. Will drive malaria from the
system and prevent as well as cure all malaria
fevers. For cure of headache , constipation
and indigestion try Electric Ditters. Entire
satisfaction guaranteed or money refuuded.
Price 50 cents and § 1.00 per bottle at A. Mc-
Millen's Drug store. 104ts.
DRY CREEK CHRONICLES.
Dry , drier , driest.
The League was well attended , Sunday.
Ell Frederick leaves his farm , this week.
Mr. Sutton wounded himself quite severely ,
this week , with a corn knife.
Charlie Boatman was at Vailton , Sunday.
Wonder what the attraction is ?
Wo notice that Mose Golfer takes auite an
interest in the Driftwood Sunday school of
late. Ah , there. Mose ! REPORTER.
Is CONSUMPTION INCURABLE ?
Read the followin-r : Mr. C. H. Morris of
Newark , Ark. , says : "Was down with abcess
of lungs , and friends and physicians pro
nounced me an incurable consumptive. Be
gan taking Dr. King's New Discovery for Con
sumption , am now on my third bottle , and
able to oversee the work on my farm. It is
the finest medicine ever made.1
Jessie Middlewart , Decatur , Ohio , says :
"Had it not been for Dr. King's New Discov
ery for Consumption I would haye died of lung
troubles. Was given up by doctors. Am now
in best of health. " Try it. Sample bottles free
at A/McMillen's Drug store. 10-4ts.
Brief But True.
Worms make a child peevish and fretful.
Don't let yours worry with these pests or
worm colic. Humphreys' mild and pleasant
Specific No. 2 will give it relief.
Children who are troubled with worms may
be quickly relieved by giving them Dr. J. H.
McLean's Liquid Vermifuge. It kills and ex
pels worms. C. M. SMITH & SON.
PROCLAMATION.
, A joint resolution waa adopted
by the legislature of the state of Nebraska , at
the twenty first session thereof , and approved
March 80th , A. D. 1889 , proposing an amend
ment to sections two , | 2" | four [ 4 ] and five (5 ( |
of Article eLx l l of the constitution of said
state , and that said section as amended shall
read as follows , to-wit :
Section 1 : That section two (2) ( ) of article * six
( G ) of the constitution of the state of Nebraska.
be amended BO as to read us follows :
"Section 2 : The supreme court shall consist
of five ( G ) judges , a majority of whom shall be
necessary to form a quorum or to pronounce
a decision It shall have original jurisdiction
in cases relating to revenue , civil cases in
which the state , shall be a party , mandamus ,
QUO warranto , habeas corpus , and such appel
late jurisdiction as may bo provided by law.
Section 2 : That section four (4) ( ) of article
six (6) ( ) . of the constitution of the state of Ne-
bjraska , be amended eo as to read as follows :
Section 4. The judges of the supreme court
shal be elected by the electors of the state tit
large and their terms of ofllce , except as here
inafter provided , shall bo for a period of five
(5) ( ) years. "
Section 3 : That section five (5) ( ) of article six
( G ) of the constitution of the state of Nebraska ,
bo amended so as to read as follows :
Sections : "At the first general election to
behold in the year 1891 , and after the adoption
of this amendment 19 the constitution , there
shall bo elected three (3)judgos ( of the supreme
court , one of whom shall bo elected for the
term of one (1) ( ) year , one forthe term of three
(3) ( ) years and one for the term of five (5) ( ) years ,
and ut each general election thereafter there
shall bo elected one judge of the -supreme
court for the term ot five (5) ( ) years. Provided ,
that the judges of the supreme court whose
terms have not expired at the time of holding
the general election of 1891 , shall continue to
iioui tneir oiuco tor the remainder of the term
for which they were respectively elected un
der the present constitution. "
Section 4 : That each person voting In favor
of this amendment shall hnvo written or print
ed upon his ballot the tallowing :
"For the nroposed amendment to the consti
tution i elating to the number of supreme
judges. "
Therefore , J , John M. Thayer. Governor of
the state of Nebraska do hereby give notice
in accordance with section one (1 ; article fif
teen (15) ( ) , of the constitution , and the provis
ions of the act entitled "An act to provide the
manner of proposing all amendments to the
constitution and submitting- same to the
electors of the state. " Approved February
13th. A. D. 1877 , that said proposed amend
ment will bo submitted to the qualified voters
of the state for approval or rejection at the
general election to be hold on the 4th day of
November. A. D. 1&90.
In witness whereot I have hereunto set my
hand and caused to be nllixed the great seal of
the state of Nebraska. Done at Lincoln this
2Gth day of July , A. D. Ib90 , and the twenty-
foiirlh year of the state , and of the independ
ence ol the United States the one hundred fif
teenth.
By the Goveinor , JOHN M. THAYER.
BBNJAMIN K. COWDEKV ,
[ SEAL. ] Secretary ot State.
PROCLAMATION.
WHEREAS. A joint resolution was adopted
by the legislature of the state ot Nebraska , at
the twenty-fiist session thereofand approved
February 13th. A. D. Iife9. proposingan amend
ment to the constitution of said state , and
that said amendment shall rimd as tollows ,
to-wit :
Section 1 : Tl-at at the general election to beheld
held on the Tuesday succeeding the flrst Mon
day of November , A. D. 1SM ! ) , there shall be
submitted to the electors ot this state for ap
proval or rejection an amendment to the con
stitution of this state in words ns follows :
"The manufacture , sale and keeping lor pule
of intoxicating liquors as a beverage lire lor-
cvcr prohibited in tins state , and the legisla
ture shall provide bv law for the enlorcemunt
of this provision. " And there shall also at
said election he separately submitted to the
electors of this state lor then- approval or ic-
jection an amendment to the constitution of
the state in words as follows : "The 111:11111 : *
facture. sale and keeping lor sale of intoxi
cating liquors as a beverage shall be licensed
and regulated bj law. "
SectionS : At such election , on the bal'otof
each elector voting tor the proposed amend
ments to the constitution , shall bo written or
printed the words : "For pioposed amend
ment to the constitution , mnhibitmir thf
manufacture , suit- and Keeping lor s.ileot in
toxicating liqtioit * as a lit-vet age. " or' Against
the proposed amendment to the constitution
prohlhltinRt he ni.uiufact tire , sale and keeping
lor sale of intoxicating liquors asa beverage. "
There shall nl o be written or printed on flic
ballot ot each elector voting lor the ptopos * il
anu'iidment to the fen = titntion , the words , :
'Tor proposed amendment to thcciiiu-titution
that the uiuiintacturc , sale and keeping lor
sale of intoxicating liquors as a lipvunigu in
tills state shall lO licenced and rotriihitcd by
law. " or "Ajryinst said piopos'-d iinundinent
to the constitution that the mannfactnie.s.ile
and keeping for sale of intoxicating liquors as
a beverage shall be licensed and regulated by
law. "
Sections : If either of the said proposed
amendments shall be approved by a majority
ol the electors voting at the said election , then
it shall constitute section twenty-seven 1273
of ni tide ill of the constitution of this state.
Therefore. T. John M. Thayer , Governor of
the btiite ot Nebraska , do hereby -ivo notice
in accordance with section one HID article fif
teen B13J of the constitution and the provisions
of the act entitled "An act to provide the
manner ot nroposing ai' ' amendments to the
constitution and submitting the same to the
electors of the state. " Approved February
i : > th , A. D. Ib77. that said proposed amend
ment will be submitted to the qualified voters
of this state for approval or r jcction nt the
general election to be held on the 4th day of
November , A. D. 1SOO.
In witness whereof T have hereunto set my
hand , and caused to be affixed the great seal
of the state of Nebraska. "Done at Lincoln
this SGthdayof July. A.D.1SOO. and the 24th
year of the state , and ot the independence of
the United States the one hundred fifteenth.
Bv the Governor. JOHN M. THAYER ,
BENMAMI.V R. COWDERY , 10 3mo.
CSr.AL.ll Secretary of State.
P KOCLAMAT1ON.
WIIKREAS. A joint resolution was adopted
by the legislature of the state ot Nebraska , ut
the twenty-first session thereof , and approved
March 30th , A. D. ISS'J , proposing an amend
ment to Section Thirteen (13) ( of Article Six ( G )
of the constitution ol said state ; that said sec
tion as amended shall read us follows , to wit :
Section 1 : That section thirteen (13) ( of arti
cle six ( G ) of thd constitution of the state of
Nebraska bo amended so as to read as follows :
Section 13 : The judges of the supreme
court shall each receive a salary of thirty-five
hundred dollars ( So.oC'O ) per annum and the
judges of the district court shall receive a
salary of three thousand dollars ( § 3,000) ) per
annum , and the salary of each shall be paya
ble quarterly.
Sections : Each person voting in favor of
this amendment shall have written or printed
upon his ballot the following :
"Forthe proposed amendment to tne consti
tution , relating to the salary of judges of the
supreme and district court. "
Therefore , I , John M. Thayer , governor of
the state of Nebraska , do hereby give notice ,
in accordance with section one [ 1J article fif
teen [ 13 ] of the constitution , and the pro
visions of an act entitled : "An act to provide
the manner of proposing ail amendments to
the constitution and submitting the same to
the electors of the state. " Approved Febru
ary 13th , A. D. 1877 , that said proposed amend
ment will be submitted to the qualified voters
of this state for approval or rejection , at the
general election to be held on the 4th day of
November. A. D. 1890.
In witness whereof I have hereunto set my
hand and caused to be affixed the great seal
of the state of Nebraska. Done at Lincoln ,
this 2Gth day of July , A. D. 1890 , and the twen
ty-fourth year of the Ptate , and of the inde
pendence of the United States the one hun
dred fifteenth.
By the Governor. JOHN M. THAYER.
BENJAMIN- . COWDERY ,
[ SEAL. ] Secretary of State.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned ,
U. J. Warren , did on the 9th day of November.
188S , purchase of J. H. Goodrich , Jr. . as county
treasurer of Red Wil.'ow ' county. Nebraska , at
tax sale and in the manner provided by Jaw
for sale of lands or lots for delinquent taxed ,
and for the taxes for the year ISSi , the follow
ing described lots and real estate , to-wit Lots
9 and 10 and 12 in block No. 15 , first addition
to McCook , Red Willow county , Nebraska.
Lots 1 and - in block No. 25. second addition to
McCook , in said county and state , and that
said lots and each of them were taxed for the
year 1887 in the name of and to the Lincoln
Land Company , and notice is further given
that the time for redemption of such lots
from such tax sale will expire on and after
the 9th day of November. 1890 , and this is
shown oy the certificates of sale issued to the
undersigned by said treasurer and bearing
date November 9,1888.
Dated this 18th day of July. 1890.
U. J. "WARREN.
A woman always stands on tbe porch to see
the backman roll her trunk up the front step.
She thinks that is bossing the job.
LEGAL NOTICE.
Frank O. Cllmor. 1'utlonco Pock , udminlatrii
trlxof thocHtuto of William Peck , deceased. ' .
Patience Peck , Mary Pvck. John Peck. Ida ,
Pock. William J. Peak and I'ntiouco-Pack-- *
puardlun of John Peck. Ida Peck and William :
J. Peck , defendants , will take notice that ou ,
the ith day of August. 18CK ) . W.V.VIckruy anil
J.W.Vickroy , plaintiffs , filed their petition
In the district court of Red Willow county ,
Nebraska , aKtni t the above-named defend
ants the object and prayer of which arc to re
quire the defendants to pay to the plaintiffs
within a time to bo fixed by the court the
amount duo them upon one certain promis
sory note dated December ild. I860 , executed
by Allen Hartley and Ussolla Bartley for the
sura of $1,018.11 with interest at the rate of ton
per cent , per annum , suld note being secured
by a mortgage on the followlugdescrlbed real
estate : Lots numbers 1,2 , 'J. 4. C , 0.7. , 13.14.
15,16.17,18,19,20 , 21.22. 23 and 24 In block 4&
and lots numbers 1,2.3.4. 5.0. 7. 8.9.13.11.12 ,
14,15.1C , 17.18.19.20.21. 22.23 and 24 in block
40. situated in the town of Bartley , In Red
Willow county. Nebraska , which said note and
mortgage and the judgment and decree enter
ed thereon in the district court of said Red
Willow county on the 18th day ot Juno. 1889 ,
was on the J3th day of June , Ib'JO , sold and
assigned to said pluntiifs ; and in default in
paying the amount due on said note and mort
gage and the decree entered thereon as afore
said the said defendants each and j.11 of them-
and all persons claiming under them bo abso
lutely barred and foreclosed of and from nil
right , title and equity of redemption and In
terest in and to suid mortgaged premises.
You are required to answer this petition on-
or before the 15th day of September , 1800.
Dated this Oth day of August. 1800.
W. V. VlCKREY AND J. W. VlCKRKY.
By W. S. Morlan , Plaintiffs ,
their attorney. ll-4ts.
Publication of Summons.
In district court in and for Red Willow Coun
ty , Nebraska. Iowa Mortgage Co. , Plaintiff ,
vs. Samuel M. Jollitfe , Defendant. * crrj
Samuel M. JollItTe , non-reflldeut defendant ,
will take notice that on the Gth day of August ,
Ib90. the Iowa Mortgage Company filled its
petition in the district court of Red Willow
county , Nebraska , against said defendant , and
John N. Smith , Lucinda Smith and V. Frank
lin , the object and prayer of which are to
foreclose a ceitain mortgage executed by i.io
defendants John and Lucinda Smith upon the
northeast quarter of section six. township 4 ,
range 'M , to secine the payment of seven
promissory notes for 54 23 each , that there is
now duo upon said notes and mortgage the
sum of S31.CO. Plaintiff prays for a decree
that the defendants John N. Smith and
Lucinda Smith bo required to pay the same or
that said premises be sold to satisfy the
amount found to be due and that whatever
interest you may have in Eaid premises may
be declared interior , junior and subject to the
claim ot the plaintiff.
You are required to answer said petition on
or before the 22d day of September , 1890.
Dated this thefUh day of August , A. D. 1890.
ll-4ts. IOWA MORTGAGE Co. , Plaintiff.
Uy its Attorney , J. Uyion Jennings.
LAND Qfvicn AT MCCOOK , NEB. . I
August 2d. 18IO. ! f
Notice is hereby given thai the following ]
named settler has filed notice of her intention
to make final proof in support of her claim ,
and that said proof will lie made before Regis
ter or Receiver at McCook , Neb. , on Septem
ber 17th , Ib90 , vi/ ; :
AMELIA CONRAD.
H. E. No. 9317 for the S. 'A N. W. H and N. V Viu
S.W.ii sec.23. town. 4 northrange 30 w. Cth P. u
M. She names the lollowing witnesses to
prove her continuous residence upon , anil
cultivation ot.siu'd laud , viz : Samuel D. Mc-
Cluin. RmilonlH.Pate.Hiram 1C. Bixler.John
Cane , all ol McUook , Neb. S. P. HART ,
Ml Register.
I.IAND OPPICK AT McCooK , NEB. , i
Angnsf Ibt. ItliO. f
Nottfu is heieby gsvun that the following-
namcd settler hits tiled notice of his intcntipn
to nniko tinal proof in support of his claim ,
and thac said proof will be made before Heg-
ister or Receiver at JIcCoolc , Neb. , on Septem
ber r.ih.lMiO. vi/ :
AUSTIN E. CHAPMAN , i
II K. No. S7CO for the S. W. ' { section o. town ,
li noitli. intiKe.'O west ( Jtli P. 31. Ho names A
i IIP lonowing wiiHissi'ti i < > priiv j nih continu
ous IPSdcncc ii [ " n. iind cultivation of , said
land , viz : Jac < < b L' . i-'qmro. Siiincy W. Ford ,
lienj.imin F. Lincoln , John \ ' . ' llortou , all of
McCook , Neb. VII S.'P. IIAHT , Hc-gister.
LAM ) Orricn AT MCCuoK.
JulyIS'Jt : ) . i
NOIMJO is heu'foy uivcMi that the following-
named settler has ( lied notice of his intention
to make final proof in support of his claim ,
and that t > : ud puiof villje inside before Itetfia-
teror Ifocc-uer. at McGook , Nebraska , on Jjnt-
i ur-lay , August 'J , 1800 , vi/ :
PETER IJOYLE.
H. E. No. 77. for the E. Y2 , Nw. 11. and w. 'A ,
Ne. h. Sec. L'O. T. B. range 2) . w. Uth P. M.
He names the following witnc-bsc-s to prove
his continuous residence upon , and cultivation
ol , eaid land , viz : John Show , Frank P. Allen.
Vocances Franklin and John Sevenker , allot"
McCook. Nebraska.
0 * 5. P. HAKT , Register.
Land Oflice at Mctoolc , Neb. , )
JulySM. 1M)0. ) (
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 thatsitid proof will be made bi'iore W. S.
Phillips , clerk of district court at Imlinnoln ,
Neb. , on Tuesday , fceptembor-d , ISM ) , vi/ :
AAKON II. UEDFERN ,
who made H. E. No. 415 for the houthwestJ4
ot section 27 , township li , north ol range 8.
west ( Jth P.M. He names the following wit
nesses to prove Ins continuous residence
upon , and cultivation ot , suid land , vizr John
W. Tolman. Frank Weaver iind Samuel Milieu
of Danbury. Neb. , Oliver P. Hillings of In-
dianoIa.Neb. ! > S. P. HAKT , Itegister.
Land Ollice at McCookNeb. . , I
July'I : st. IB'Jt ) . |
Notice is hereby sriven that the following-
named settler has filed notice of his intention
to make final proof in support of liis claim ,
and that said proof will be made before Regis
ter or Receiver at McCook , Neb. , on Saturday ,
August 80th. 1890. viz :
MATHEW J. HEAFY ,
II. E. No. 25 } , for the northwest H section 5 ,
township 3 north , range 20 west. Cth P. M.
He names the following witnesses to prove
Discontinuous residence upon.and cultivation
of , said land , viz : Peter lioyle , Mary Seven-
ker. john M. Henderson , john Shepherd , all
of McCook , Neb.r'J S. P. HART , Register.
LAND OFFICE AT MCCOOK , NEB. .
J uly 2fUb , 1890. f
Notice is hereby given that the following-
named settler has filed notice of his intention
to make final homestead commutation proof
in support of his claim , and that said proof
will be made before Kegister or Heceiver at
McCook , Neb. , on Thursday. September 18th ,
1600. viz : TAYLOR WARD.
H. E. No. 9020 , for the N. & N. W. % and W.i
S. W.ri section 27. township 2 , north of range
29 , west of Cth P. M. He names the following
witnesses to prove his continuous resi
dence upon , and cultivation ot. said land , viz :
.lames E. Troy , John Stalker , john E. Tirrill ,
Ira J. Cory , all of McCook , Neb.
T10. S. P. HAItT , Kegister.
LAND OFFICE AT MCCOOK , NEB. , ;
Jul3 10th , 15IH ) . f
Notice is hereby given that the following-
named settler has filed notice of his intention ,
tn mnko final tiroof in sunoort of his claim.
and that said proof will be made before Kegis
ter or Keceiver at McCook , Neb. , on Saturdayv
August 10.1890.iz . :
GEORGE BROWN.
H. E. No. 1570. for the S. YN. . W. K and N. Y
S. W.i * section 32. township o north , range 30-
west. Cth P. M. He names the following wit
nesses to prove his continuous residence upon ,
and cultivation of. said land , viz : Thomaa-
Wuitmer and Jacob Betz of McCook. Neb. . .
Joseph Allen and Albert Wilms of Osborn ,
Nebraska. ' 7. S. P. HART , Kegiste.r.
LAND OFFICE AT MCCOOK , NEB. , J
August 6th , 1890. f
Notice is hereby given that the following-
named settler has filed notice of his intention
to make final five year proof in support of his
claim , and thatsaid proof will be made before
Register or Keceiver at McCook , Neb. , on
Tuesday. September 23d. 1890 , viz :
GOTTLIEB 5IENTZ ,
H. E. No. 1914 for the S. y. S. W. J section 7
and N. N. W. X of section 18 , in town. 5 ,
north of range 30. west 6th P. M. He name *
the following witnesses to prove his continu
ous residence upon , and cultivation of , said :
land , viz : Henry L. Patch , Myron F. Loomis ,
Philipp Schmidt. Osburn , Neb' . John Hess-
Zimmer , Neb. * 11 S. P. HART , Register.
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