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By F. M. K1MMELL. v
OFFICIAL CITY&CQTTNTY PAPER.
( OFFICIAL. )
COUNTY C&KICK'S OKVICK. i
Indlnnol.i , Neb. . April 13th. 1801. f
Board of county commissioners mot pur
suant to thp following cull :
Indlanolti , Nob. , April 17th. 1801.
Notice Id hereby jrlvcn tbnt on Monday.
April lUth. 1891. there will bo n special meet
ing of the board of couuty comnilBHlonurs of
lied Willow county. Neb. , lor the purpose of
dhcnKing the boundaries of WillowGrove pro-
cinrtanrt for the purpopo of tiiklnc action on
the petition of said Willow Grove precinct ,
asking said board of county commissioners to
call H special election for the purpose of voting
bonds for Internal improvcmeniH.
QEO. W. UOPKR , County Ctork.
Present. C. W. Hodgkin. S. 8. Grahatn and
Stephen Hoi lee , commissioners , and Gco. W.
Roper , county clerk.
Petition of I. T. Dirdsall. 5. W. Sellers et al.
asking the board of county commissioners to
change the boundtirics of Willow Grove pro-
clnt read and considered and on motion grant
ed , changing the boundary lines of Willow
Grove and Valley Grange precinutB so that
Willow Grove precinct will include all of sec
tlons thirty-one , thirty-two , thirty-three and
thirty-four in township thruo north , range
twenty-nine west , and all of sections three to
ten. both inclusive. In townahlu two north.
range twenty-nine west , and Valley Grange
pieclnut shall otherwise remain unchanged.
On motion board adjourned to meet April
' 0th , 1891. C. W. HODGKIN , Chairman.
Attest-Geo. W. itoper. Clerk.
i , NEIL. April 20th , 1891.
Roiird of county commissioners mot pur
suant to adjournment. Present. C. W. Hodgkin -
kin , ti. S. Graham and tHephon Holies , coirr-
tnlsslnners. and Geo. W. Itoper. county clerk.
Minutes previous mf-ellng reud and approved.
I Whereupon the following petition was rend
and considered :
TO THE HONOKABLK UOAIll ) OF COUNTV COM-
MisstONKits OF ItEii WILLOW Co. , NED :
We. the undersigned , resident free-holders
of Willow Grove precinct , Ited Willow county ,
Nebraska , do hereby petition your honorable
body to call a special election in said Willow
Grove precinct lor tbo purpose of submitting
Co the qualified electors of said precinct the
proposition to issue the bonds in said precinct
in the sum of ten thousand dollars ( $10.000)
tor the purpose of aiding in the construction
of an irrigation and water power canal puss-
ing through sections 3-7-8-0 and 10. township
two north , range twenty-nine west , in said
precinct. Said bonds shall become due and
payable twenty f 0) ) years from date of issue
and shall draw interest at the rate ofsix ( C ) per
cent , per annum payable semi annually and'
also to provide by law for the payment of
bonds and interest thereon when due.
Sicned l > y A. D. Johnston , L. J./Durtless ,
Wm. bmitb. Frank H. Spearman. It A. Coupe.
F. L. liruwn , T. G. Itees , K. B. Siramonds. A.
Campbell. W. M.Irwiu. Max Anton , John Un-
Dicker. Charles Hlne , Allen Wilson , A. J. Arm
strong , M. C. Maxwell , Perry Stone. H. H.
PIckcns. K. L Freelove. D. H : Babbitt , A. ( J.
Marsh , John Whittaker. G. W. Dillon. A. J.
Thompson. 0. W. Knights. August Droll. Frank
Kcndlen , S. W. Huddleston , Phillip Blutt. J.C.
Hirdsell. T. B. Campbell. Anton Probst. J. S.
LcHew , C. F. Babcnck. Jacob Stelnmetz , P. L.
Xewcomb. E. It. Uanks. W A. Brown. F. P.
Allen. J. E. Cochran. W. M. Sharp. C. H. Boyle.
P. Boyle. C. K.Sdaw. C. M. Noble.G. A Nnren.
< l G. Potter. A. Snyder. A. McMillen , E. L.
Laycock , E. B. Boweu. C. H. Kogers. S. M.
Cochritn. J. F. GHIISCUOW. W. C. LaTourette ,
Geo. W. Knitne. Frank Harris. F. H. Elliott.
O. J. llynii. J. H. O'Neil. S. Strasser.S. Itogers.
W. H. Davis. L. A. Hurlburt , Wm. M. Ander
son. J.E Kelley. Geo. Effort , L. Lownmn. B.
F. Troxel. Chiis. K. Coleman. P. A. Wells. J.
Byron Jennings. W. C. Bullard & Co. . Geo. B.
Berry , George Hocknell. B. B. Davis. S. L.
Green , Oluf Lnngren. Henry M. Wolfe. P.
Walsh. F. H. Fowler , Goo. E. Johnston. L. B.
Stiles. J. . W. McCoiinell. Hu rh W. Cole , F. I ) .
Burgess. J. Albert Wellb. W. F. Lawson , L.
McEntce. S. P. Hart , J. A. Wilcox. J. S. Mc-
Brayer. Geo. .Laverty. E. Kane. Joe Spotts.
W. T. Cole.-nan. Jas. McAdams , E. Lindner ,
J. A. ( 'ordeal , Geo. M. Chenery , Geo. Burns ,
E. C. Ballew. G. W. Predtnore. Jonas Engel ,
U. J. Warren.
On consideration the board unanimously
finds that the petition Is signed by more than
fifty free-holders of said precinct and that
said petition is accompanied by a good and
sufficient bond as required by law and said ,
bond is hereby approved and on further con1
sidcrution it is hereby ordered that a special
election be called to be held at the usual place
of voting in said precinct on the SfrTdayot
May , 1691 , and that the following proposition ,
lie submitted to the legal voters tnereof and
notice of the same be published in THE Mc-
COOK THIBUNE four (4) ( ) weeks as byalaw required
and follows to-wk * * '
quired as , - :
To THE LEGAL VOTERS OF WILLOW GROVE
PRECINCT , KED WILLOW Co. , NEB. :
Notice is hereby given that on Saturday ,
.am , } ou. jouj , UL iuu vuy uuu uiu at
building on Main street in the city of McCook
in said precinct a special election will be held
for the purpose of deciding whether the couu
ty commissioners of Red Willow county , Ne
braska , shall for the purpose of aiding in the
construction of an irrigation and water power
canal passing through sections 3-7-8-9 and 10.
township two , range twenty-nine west , in said
precinct , issue the coupon bonds of Willow
Grove piccinct. Red Willow county. Neb. , to
tlie amount of ten thousand ( 10,000) ) dollars.
Suid bonds to bear date of June 1,1891 , and
payable twenty (20) ( ) years from date thereof
and to bear interest at the rate of six (6) ( ) per
cent , per annum interest payable semi annu
ally on said bonds at the county treasurer's
omce in Red Willow county , Nebraska. And
sun ! ! the county commissioners in each year
thereafter until the said bonds become due
3 and payable levy upon the taxable property
3fi of said Willow Grove precinct a. tax sufficient
fi to pay the interest upon said bonds , provided
tuatan additional amount shall be levied and
collected as provided by law to pay the princi
pal of said bonds when they shall become due.
rfaid vote to be by b.illotand all persons voting
for said proposstion shall have printed on
their ballots the words
"Shall the bonds of Willow Grove precinct ,
tted Willow county , Nebraska , bo issued by
the county commissioners of said county in
accordance with the proposition of said com
missioners to aid in the construction of an ir
rigation and water power canal passing
through sections 3-7-8-9 and 10 , township S
north , range 29 west in said precinct. "
All persons voting against said proposition
ahall have printed on their ballots the words -
Sball the bonds of Willow Grove precinct.
Eed Willow county. Nebraska , be issued by
the county commissioners of said county in
accordance with the proposition of said com
missioners to aid in the construction of an Ir
rigation and water power canah passing
through fiections 3-7-8-9 and 10. township 2
north , range 29 west In said precinct. "
Which election shall be opened at 8 o'clock ,
A. M. . and will continue open until , 6 o'clock.
P.M. of the same day and all persons jneaid
precinct residing east of tbo line running
parallel with Main street , city of McCook ,
shall vote at the Tiilley building and those re
siding in said preWnct west of said line shall
vote at tbo city hall in McCook city.
48-5 C. W. HODQKIN. Chairman ,
Board of County Commissioners.
Attest Geo. W. Roper , County Clerk.
On motion board adjourned to meet April
S4th.l891. - C. W. HODGKIN , Chairman.
Attest Geo. W. Roper , County Clerk.
LINCOLN : I affirm it as my con
viction that class laws , placing
capital above labor , are more dan
gerous to the public at this hour
than was chattel slavery in the
days of its haughtiest supremacy.
Labor is the superior of capital ,
and deserves much the higher
1 PEOPLE YOU KNOW.
Citizens 'and Visitors Briefly
Mentioned. We Have Had
Our Eye on You.
"I Know Not Whut theTruth May Bo
I Tell It as 'T was Told to Me. "
Juroire Lewis is the guest of his brothe
William of our city.
George Clianey of Ked Cloud had business
in McCook , yesteiday.
E. C. Ualluw indulged in a business visi
to Dundy's capital , Arbor day.
Dr. Davis was called up to Benkelman
last Saturday , professionally.
C. M. Smith , Jr. , of Oconomnwoc , Wis.
is in tlic. city , this wcok , on business.
Mr. and Mra. Jack Dwj'er are parents oC a
twelve pound daughter , this week.
Jttduc LeIIew was up at St. Francis , Kan
sas , Monday , trying a case for D. J. Smith.
Michael Morris of the First National , In-
dianola , was a Commercial guest , Tuesday
F. A. Thompson's lamily has arrived fron
Illinois , wheiu they have been spending the
Dr. G.V. . Curfman , Iiidiimola's leading
physician , and son Flovd. were citv visitors
Ex-Congtessman Laws was up from Lin
coln , Tuesday , on some personal matters o
Capt. Skinner , the well known Lincoli
temperance apostle , was a city visiter early
in the week.
JLeon F. Moss of Los Angeles , Cal. , visited
his former paituer , Hugh \V. Cole , the early
part of the week.
City Clerk Warren spent Sunday iu Hayes
county , where he has landed interests whicl
D. C. Marsh , the liveryman , is enjoying a
visit homJiis father , who came over frou
Kansas , yesterday.
Een Mills , the well known .Republican Citi
business man and politician , was among out
visitors , Wednesday.
J.E. Kelley went up to.Denver , Tuesday
night , on land business. He returned home
Mr. J. T. Bullard was a visitor io Harlan
county's metropolis and seat of county affairs
last Saturday morning.
Secretary of State Allen was up from Lin
coln , yesterday , looking after his extensive
business interests here.
° Cashier Wells of the Bank of McCook ar
rived home , Wednesday moining , from his
tiip in Eastern Nebraska.
.IklA. A-H-I i. J-'n&lllXI , ItCplllfJUIIIJLJ U1C1II , ( IIIU
one of the pnblishersof the Times Democrat ,
was a city visitor yesteiday ,
J.V. . Hupp , Lebanon's energetic young
banker , made a Hying business trip to the
metiopolis , Tuesday evening.
F. Bert Risley , the lollicking red-headed
editor of the Culbertson Republican , "gave
us a breeze , " Tuesday evening.
President Hocknell of the First National
had business at the state's capital citr Tues
day , being registered at the new Lincoln.
C. H. Rogers lias traded his Clay county
farm for a'drug store in Auburn , this state.
O. P. Smith , formerly of our city , is in charge.
Mi's. J. H. Smart left for Rockport , Mo. ,
Sunday , being called there by sickness
in the family. Her daughter accompanied
J. B. Blanchard , of Palmer , Blanchard &
Co. , stock commission men , of Quiaha , was
in the city , yesterday , looking up some stock
Hon. J. P. Lindsay of McCook was a wel
come Beaver City visitor this week. He was
here looking after his business in the district
court Beaver City Times.
Make Noble your family grocer and
many other blessings will fall to your
lot , besides having the best groceries on
your table that the market affords.
lleizenstein's parlor is recognized
iieadquarters for the best cigars and to-
jaccos. Joe also carries a nice line of
If you want a stylish fit at the very
owest figures , KAPKE , THE TAILOR ,
s the man to atronize Rear of The
Call for "Heliotrope , " the best 5 cent
cigar on earth , at
CIIENERY'S CITY DRUG STORE.
HANGING LAMPS Noble is head
quarters for hanging lamps. He car-
pnc alarge and splendid selection.
Kickapoo Indian Oil and all the In
dian remedies at
. CHENERY'S CITY DRUG STORE.
One pair of my $2.50 kid shoes will
convince you that they are The Best.
J. F. GANSCHOW.
Pearline meal the finest in the mar-
: et. POTTER & EASTERDAY.
What must you do to be saved ? Why
my your groceries at Noble's , of course !
McCook flour all grades.
POTTER & EASTERDAY.
Wall Paper latest designs at' Mc-
f _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
lleizenstein's parlor for cigars.
Buy your Stationery , Tablets , Pencils /
cils etc. , at
CHENERY'S CITY DRUG STORE. '
I3F"PoTTER & EASTERDAY.
The Eagle Clothing Store is display
ing a stylish stock of spring clothing.
Ground * oil cake.
POTTEB & EASTERDAY.
JONAS ENGEL , Manager.
Negligee and Dress Shirts.
NKW NOVELTIES THIS SEASON IN
Madrass , Flannels ,
Imported Percales and
Zephyr Weight Shirtings.
THESE GOODS WILL NOT SHRINK.
EVERYTHING NEW IN
HOSIERY and other
MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS.
A NEW LINE OP
BOYS' WAISTS ,
MEN'S SOFT and STIFF HATS.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID
Feed of all kinds.
POTTER & EASTERDAY.
METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH.
Divine service at 11 o'clock , A. M. , and
7:30. P. M. , every Sabbath. Sunday school at
0 o'clock , A. M. . central time. Prayer meet-
njr , Wednesday evenings at 7:30. central time.
All persons are cordially invited to these ser
vices. P. S. MATIIER. Pastor.
OFFICE AT McCooK , NEBRASKA , i
April 20th. 1891. f
Notice is hereby riven that the following-
lamed settler has filed notice of her intention
o make Una ! pre-emption proof in support of
icr claim , and that said proof will be made
before Rpgister or Receiver at ftlcCook , Neb. ,
on Saturday. May 30th. 1891. viz :
ELIZA G. NETTLETON.
P. E. D. S. No. 7019. for the S. y S. W. } and
ots 0 anfi 7 , Sec. 28. T. 3. N. of R. 30 , W. 6th
P. M. She names the following witnesses to
prove her continuous residence upon.and cul-
ivation of , said land , viz : Rothens S. Hile-
man , Mathetv H. Johnston. John H.Whittaker ,
William Grimes , all of McCook. Nebraska.
J. P. LINDSAY. Register.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
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09 BEEKKAK STBEET , HEW YORK.
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This Trad *
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Cash aroain : House * !
JOHN C. ALLEN , Prop. DELL LAFLIN , Manager.
Are fiUing their store with all classes of goods bought after the McKinley bill had brought
everything down to HARD PAN PEICES. These are facts :
comprising WooJ and Cotton.
of every description , the best
to the cheapest.
of all classes.
in nil grades and widths.
A big stock of
Hosiery , Glovess
in Knit and Muslin ,
Corsets , Collars , Cuffs.
Boots & Shoes
for MenWomen and Children.
We sell Children's School
Shoes for Less Than
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Call and look at our Shoes.
Clothing , HatsGaps
Suits of all classes
AT YOUR OWN PRICE.
We expect to close out
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days. This a
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Groceries : f
LARGEST STOCK !
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And -we guarantee to
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of all kinds , Fresh , Staple and
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CHEESE , COFFEE
in bulk and the
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we get fresh every week , the finest / .
coffee used by any one.
Our Tea Stock cannot be beat.
Good stock of Syrup and Meat.
of our departments equal a good sized "country
store. " This has to be seen to beappreciated. . Our prices are
known to be the lowest. You get your money's worth. The
goods tell the tale for themselves. So call and see us. Yon will
be treated courteously by our clerks.
JOHN 0. ALLEN , Prop. ,
DELI. LAFLIN , Mgr. CASH BARGAIN STORE.
Application for License.
OFFICE OF THE Crrr CLEKK. f
McCook. Nebraska. April 8th. 1891. f
Notice is hereby given that A. C. Clyde has
filed in this office bis application to the Mayor
and City Council of the city of McCook. Ne
braska , for license to sell mult , spirituous and
vinous liquors in the saloon building situated
on lot 9 , block 21. in the second ward of said
city , from the 30th day of April. 1891. to the
3lth ) day of April. 1893. J. E. KKLIKY.
BSEAL.B 47. City Clerk.
Application for License.
OFFICE OF THE CITY CI EUK ,
McCook. Nebraska. April 16th. Ib91. f
Notice is hereby given that L. W. McC9nnell
has filed in this office an application to
he Mayor and City Council of the city of Mc
Cook , Nebraska , for druggists permit to sell
malt , spitituous and vinous liquors in the
drug store on lot 7 , block 21. in the second
ward of said city for the ensuing fiscal year.
In witness whereof I have hereunto set my
hand and the seal of said city this 16th day of
April , 1891. 47. J. E. KELLEY , City Clerk.
Application * for License.
OFFICE or THE CITY CLERK.
McCook , Nebraska , April 13th. 1891.1
Notice is hereby given that M. Altschuler
las filed in this office an application to the
rtayor and City Council of the city of McCook.
Nebraska , for license to sell malt , spirituous
and vinous liquors , in the building used as a
aloon. situated on lot 13 , block 27. in the first
ward of said city , from the 30th day of April ,
891. to the 30th day of April. 1892.
In testimony whereof I have hereunto set
my hand and seal this 13th day of April. A. D. .
891. 47. J. E. KELLEY. City Clerk.
LAND OFFICE AT MCCOOK , NEB. , I
April 7th , 1891. f
Notice is hereby given that the following-
named settler has filed notice of his intention
o make final five-year proof in support of his
laim. and that said proof will be made belore
legister or Receiver at McCook , Neb. , on Sat-
irday. May 16th , 1891. viz :
BENJAMIN A. LINCOLN ,
H. E. No. 4083. for lots 3.1 and 5 , and S. E. H
N. W. ii section 6. town. 2 north , range 30 ,
rest 6th P.M. He names the following wit
nesses to pro vehiscontinuous residence upon ,
ind cultivation of , said land , viz : JohnV.
Wharton. of McCook , Neb..David O. Strine , of
Culbertson. Neb. . Sidney W. Ford and Jacob
P. Squires of McCook. Neb. ,
46 J. P. LINDSAY. Register.
Publication of Summons.-
In the District Court of Red WJIIow counts' ,
J. L. Moore , plaintiff , vs. Ephraim Greene ,
Emma M. Greene , and D. M. Osborne& Com
pany , defendants.
Co Ephraim Greene and Emma M. Greene ,
non-resident defendants :
You will take notice that on the 12th day of
January. A. D. , 1891. J. L. Moore , plain tiff , fil
ed his petition in the District Court of Red
Willow county , Nebraska , the object and pray
er of which is to foreclose a certain mortgage
executed by the defendants Ephraim Greene
and Emma M. Greene to the Dakota Mortgage
oan Corporation , now the Globe Investment
; ompany , and duly assigned to the plaintiff
lerein on the east half of the south-west
quarter and the west half of the south-east
quarter of section two (2) ( ) in township one (1) ( ) .
iorth of range twenty-nine (29) ( ) west of the
sixth P.M. , in Red Willow county , Nebraska ,
said mortgage being dated December 23d ,
1887 , and upon which there is now due the
sum of $90.00 and interest there on at the rate
of ten per cent per annum from the first day
of December. A. D. , 1889. and the further sum
of $48.13 and interest thereon at the rate of
en per cent , per annum from January 15th ,
1891 , being the amount paid by plaintiff herein
to redeem said land from tax sale , for taxes
assessed against the same and not paid.
Plaintiff prays for a decree of loreclosure
and sale of said premises ; that the defendants
ie foreclosed and barred of a'l ' title , lien or
other interest in said premises ; for deficiency
udgment and equitable relief. You are ro-
luired to answer said petition on or before
Monday tho25th day of May. A. D. , 1891.
Hated at McCook. Nebraska. April 23d , 1891.
J. L. MOORE , Plaintiff.
By his attorney J. E. Keller. 48
CWdren Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
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