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HcCooK WEEKLY TRIBUNE.
VOLUME 2. McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , FEBRUARY 21 , 1884. 'NUMBER 38.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
" J. E. COCHRAN ,
Attorndy Law ,
KtCOOZ , 2ED WILLOW COUNTY , NEB.
Practice in any Courts of the stuto nnd Kan
sas , nnd the government Lund Olllcc of this
District , and bc/oro the Lmd Dcpurtinont nt
Wiuhlngton. Satisfaction guaranteed , nnd
terms reasonable. Oilice 1st door seuth of ttio
18. . Land Ofllco. 3-28.
JENNINGS & STARBUCK ,
Attorneys at Law ,
MCCOOK - NEBRASKA.
give special attention to the practice of law ,
nnd innklng collections
{ B Olflce Second blocknorth of depot , 2 doors north
Crcr if drug store. 2-22.
JOHN A. LEE ,
Merchant Tailor.
*
McCooK : : NEBRASKA.
Pit and Workmanship Guaranteed.
PAGE T. FRANCES ,
County Surveyor.
Red Willow County.
Keeps certified plats of all lands in the
Hitchcock land district. Special attention
si von to all such business. Correspondence
solicited. 2-22.
Dr. A. J. WILLEY ,
Surgeon B. & M. R. R. ,
Office at B. & M. Pharmacy ,
McCOOK , 2-36. NEBRASKA.
'
L. IrBB JOHNSON , M. D. ,
Physician and Surgeon.
Oraiuto Uedlcil Dspirtsent Usiverit7 Wootsr.
Office in rear of Citizen's Bank , where he can be
found whea not professionally engaged.
JOHN E. COLLINS ,
Contractor and Builder ,
McCOOK , NEBRASKA.
Estimates cheerfully given on all kinds of
wnjk. Ilest of. references. Address for the
present bjmail. . IG-lyr.
CONGKDON & CLIFF ,
Bricklayers & Plasterers.
All Jobs Promptly attended to.
C. L. NETTLETON ,
Supt. Public Instruction
Teachers' Examinations at Indfanola on the
third Saturday of every month , commencing
IV at 9 o'clock. A. X. 25-tf.
W. M. SANDERSON ,
House & Sign Painter.
McCooK , - NEBRASKA
All work guaranteed. ( Jive me a call.
WM. McINTYKE ,
Contractor and Builder
OF LONG EXPERIENCE ,
.ATI work warranted. All material furnished
it desired. Work done on short notice.
HTJMAN & CO. ,
PaintersGrainers& Paper Hangers
McCOOK , 2-36. NEBRASKA ,
j5 ? DesIgns furnished for Celling Decorations ,
cfchcr In paj > er or Fresco Painting.
Mrs. R. H. HAMILTON ,
DEALEU IN
Hair Goods & Millinery ,
Switches , Braids , Waves ,
Frizzes , Etc.
5S7 Speclal attention paid to the manufacture of
al > kinds of HAIR GOODS. Order by mall will re
ceive prompt attention.
Ladies' Furnishing Goods
AM Stylish Emmery.
.Zephyrs and "Woolon Goods , Kotlona , Satlna , Xaoea
and Trimmings at the
ladies' Fashionable Bazar
One Door South of ' nick's Store ,
:82-3mos. 1XDIAXOLA , NEBRASKA.
i a week at hornet * 5 outfit free. Pay ab-
J solutely i e. So list. Capital not requlr-
I cd. Reader , ttf yon tcaut business at which
_ , . . ? _ pereons of .either sex , young or "old , can
make yC.tP y a" e time they'work , with absolute
icrtalnty , write ffor particulars .to JL ALLETTv&
W. C. LaTOURETTE ,
HDEALER IN I
HARDWARE , STOVES , QUEENSWARE ,
AGRICUTURAL IMPLEMENTS ,
BARBED WIRE.
The Largest Stock and Lowest Prices
* I in Red Willow * County.
CALL AN D BE CON VINCED ,
Sigu of BIG AX. Three Doors South P. 0.
McCOOK NEBRASKA.
LYTLE BROS. ,
3ENERAL DEALERS IN-
HARDWARE , STOVES AND TINWARE ,
Agricultural Implements and Barb Wire.
HEADQUARTERS FOR
The Celebrated Bain Wagon
ALLETTv&W. The Best Wagon in the Market.
MANUFACTURING AND REPAIRING OF
Tin , Sheet-Iron & Copperware
'
by practical and experienced workmen , promptly
and neatly executed.
Corner Store , Opposite Citizen's Bank , McCOOK , NEBRASKA.
TREASURER'S SEMI-ANNUAL STATEMENT.
Receipts and Disbursements from June ist to December 3ist , 1883.
* Red Willow County , Nebraska.
. .
WAllRAMTS REGISTERED. WARRANTS REGISTETED AND UNPAID. .
County General 842 03 County General 24.88
County Road 6600 County Road 15O )
County Bridge 83 84 County Bridge * 3 84
991 87 2372
I hereby certify . that the above statcmentfisxorrect. . . . .
* Overdruwn. J. H. GOODRICH. County Treasurer.
itL & . LAND OFFICE AT
McCook , Neb. . November 28th. 1883.
.Cmplatnt having been entered at tills office by
.9ot &h JI. Ksterday against John It. Itodarmel .for
failure to comply with law as to timber-culture entry
JKH , > dat d TorthPlattc , Kcb. , September .lOth , 1878 ,
upon the southeast quarter section H , township 4
anorthiange30 west , In Ked "Willow county , Keb. ,
ra-lth a view jto the cancellation of said entry , con-
itestant olleglcg that said Rodacmel has rfnlled to
ibieak 5 acresior any part of said tract from-Septem.
l > erJO , IStfl , to September 10. 1880. or ntjiijy time
to this date- ; that be has failed to plant .to trees ,
weds.or catting * , jmd to cultlvate. acres irany part
of < ald tract Srvm September 10 , 16S1 , to-September
10 , J882 , < or at any time since date of said , entry ;
ttcsald parties are Jrereby summoned , to .appear at
jfclsoffloe on the S Oi day of Starch , a884 , at .11
o'clock , A.M. , to respaed and furnish testimony con-
jcernlnK said aUcged6aUarc.
< . .L. .LAWS , Jiegtotcr.
U. S. LAXD OFFICE AT
McCook. Keb November 28th. 1883.
Complaint haIng been entered at thla ofllce by
Horace H.JEasterday against William II. Cunklln fur
ifallure to comply with ilaw as to timber-culture en-
itry .517 , dated Xorth .Blatte , Nebrnskii , March 31 ,
ilKtS.iapon the mortheaft .quarter section iU , town-
-slilpfi north , .ranpe.80 west , in Red AVIIlaw .county. .
3 < ch. , with n Uew toitbc-caucellallqa of said < entry. ;
contestant alleging .that .said Cunklln has Called to
break > orcultl\atc5acreeor anyipattiof said tract
tfromrllarch 31 , 1879 , to March .31 , 4880. or at any
other .time since making ald entrytbat.he has fail
ed to jilant to trees , seeds or cuUlngs.5 acres or any
part of said tract from alarch 31 , 1881. to March 31 ,
16S2 , or at any other.time. ; the said jartles.ore here
by somaioned to appear.at this office on.the.26lh day
of Manci. 1681 , at 11 o'clock , A. M. , to respond and
f Mrnish testimony"conceiaiDg said alleged failure.
vG.i.JLAWSJcgistcr.
A LOCAL exclian < re strikes out from
the shoulder in this way : "It is cer
tainly very funny to hear u man howl
ing about patronizing1 home indus
tries , when he uses a rubber stamp to
make the most horrible daubs of letter
heads and cards with which nice white
paper is spoiled. Most men's ideas
of patroni/ing home industries is for
everybody else to do it. "
A man's brains weighs three and
half pounds. A woman's brain is
somewhat lighter , but of finer quality.
That is what enables her to taste lard
in her neighbor's pastry.
THE C. , B. & Q. company has adopt
ed the new safety co'upler for freight
cars , and all cars will be supplied with
them as quickly as possible.
\
FASHIONABLE young lady , detach
ing her hair before retiring "What
dreams may come when we have shuf
fled off this mortal coil ! "
THE B. & M. is replacing the old
box-car cabooses with new Monitor
way-cars.
INDIABOLA HOTEL
PRICES REDUCED.
I would say to the citizens of Indlanola anil vicinity
thht I will continue to set a ( rood table and furnish
0000 , CLEAN BEDS at 0X2 IOLLAE per day.
CLARK WARD.
NEW MEAT MARKET.
DUNGAN & SHEKELS ,
, DEALERS DT
Fresh f Salt Meats
OF ALL KINDS. CURERS OF
Ham and Breakfast Bacon.
Pure Lard of ojr own rendering. Highest cash
price paid for Hides , Fun of all kinds , and Pelts.
One door west of the City Bakery.
DUNGAN & SHEKELS. Proprietors.
CITY BAKERY.
A. PROBST &BRO.
PROPETETORS.
WE KEEP ON HAOT )
BREAD , PIES & CAKES ,
GRAHAM BREAD.
Cakes Made on Order.
Lunch Room in connection , wiece
jou can cet .hot coffee , etc.
for tbe working jcluss. Send 10 ceute
for postage , and we will mall you free ,
GOLD ; ro > nl , .valuable box of sample goods
that wlllput jou In the % iy of making
more money in a few days than youever thought po -
slltlu at any biislnebs. Capital not required. We will
start yen. You can work all the time or In spare time
only. The work U unb ersallyjidiiptcd to both'sexen ,
young And old. You can easily cam from SO cents to
$3 every cenlng. . That all who want work miy test
the business , we make this unparalleled ufTer ; to all
w.ho Are not Jvell untlsfled we will wnd f 1 to pay for
the trouble of writing us. FulljJartlcuI.irg , direction ; ,
etc. , vent free , fortunes will be made by those who
give their whale time to the \work. Great succe s
.absolutely sure. Don't delay. . &tart now. Address
y A CO. , Portland. Maine. . 5-35.
AND PATJSNT&
.E. M. MARBLE.
.Upwards of three years Assistant Attorney , General
.of the United .SUtes for the .Interior .Department.
Practices before the General Land Office and the In
terior Department In land and mining cases. Ob
tains patents for inventions in this and foreign
countries. Nearly three and one-half years Com *
inlssloner-cf Patents. Office , ie .Droll Building ,
.Washington , Jl.Ji
BY OUR ASSISTANT EDITOR.
BAICXUM'S great white elojhijit
hymn for next season will be : "Just
as Siain without one flea. "
CitusiiKU strawberry color is not
now considered the correct thing.
The newest color in fashion is "the-
inside of a mule's ear by starlight. "
IT is oflicially reported that a pat
ent has been applied' for on uan ad
justable dog's tail. " A great profit
may be now enjoyed in retailing
canines.
N exchange saya that Noah was
the first pitcher an record. He "pitch
ed the ark within and without. " The
game was finally called on account of
the rain.
BOSTOX girls never say "He is a
gone goose. " When a lover is ob
served to be idiotically sweet on any
particular young lady , the other girls
refer to him as "a departed aquatic
flower of the genus anser. "
"AnE you certain of securing the
diadem ? " asked the minister of the
dying man. And Avhen the man said
that "he did'nt want to diadem bit , "
the minister and the doctor flew and ,
as a natural consequence , the man got
better.
AT a station in Montana , the other
day , a Boston girl stuck her ligad out
of a Northern Pacific ear and exclaim
ed : "The bewildering wojnance which
crowns this twansaendental scenery
with such indescwibable fascination ,
and tinges its evewy featuh with such
overpcw'ing interwest quite bweaks
me up ! " And a number of members j ]
of the local vigilance committee
standing onjhe platform look grimly j
into each other's faces and .muttered ,
"Oh ! if it was only a man JM Bismarck -
marck Tribune ,
FOE a woman of spirit , commend
us to Mrs , Fred Dopier , of Ouray ,
Colorado , Her liege lord had a habit
of squandering his money at the gam
ing'table. Poker wds his inajjja , and
he always bet high , but the in variable
result was that he was .cleaned out
before be could leave the .table. This
habit of Fred's -was .quite inconven
ient to Mrs. Fred , as if deprived her
of a fair share of his earnings , and as
he seldom or never had any winnings
it may be surmised that the family
exchequer was in a state of continued
collapse. Now Mrs. Fred was a wa-
man of spirit , as all women ought to
be. So one night , shortly after Fred
sat down to the fascinating game of
draw she entered .the den arjd secret
ed herself behind a .curtain where she
could overlook the play. Luck ran
Fred's way , and he soon had a fine
pile < of coin before him. His fortune
culminated in a big pot , he holding
four tens against .several hands of but
Httle less .value. Just as he showed
down the winning Beards. , Mrs. . Fred
glided from her place of concealment ,
swept the pot and Feed's pile into her
apron , and quietly went thence. JSot
having enough left to go .in .the juext
deaj , the subsequent proceedings in
terested Fred no more. "When he
sobered up and went , hQme.next day ,
ie found the cellar -stocked with a six
months ! .supply of provisions , the
children # U warmly and neatly dressed -
, ed , and his .wife .wearing .the first new
cloak.she .had .owned for fiye years. .
Mrs. Fred's .call , though , not.strictly a ,
fashionable one , was well timed ahd
.very productive of good results. .

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