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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 7 February 1884

A Frightful Gasoline Explosion at Alliance , Ohio. AtUANCE , O. , February 1. A fright ful gasoline explosion occurred in F. 31. Orr'fi stove and tin fctorc , dcmolitthlng the building and burvlncln the ruins an , un known number of people. The catastrophe occurred at 4 o'clock this afternoon. Orr's Mock was leveled to the ground , and two brick blocks , onq on each side , succumbed te the shock , while others , further on , were shattered , riddled and badly injured. In a few minutes fire arose from the ruins and a fire alarm sounded. Hen , women and children , bareheaded , were ringing their hands , and relatives of the Inmates of the burning buildings wan dered about in hopelessness and despair at their Inability to save the unfortunates. F. M. Orr , Elmer Orr ( bis sou ) , Mrs. Homer ' Highland and daughter , Mrs. Frank Evans and two children , aged 2 and 4 months , 'were known to have been in the building at the time of the explosion. These all per ished. The women and children...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 7 February 1884

HAY DEN & CO. , Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Dry Goods , Boots and Shoes agt Hsts : and. < 7aps , Fancy and Staple Groceries. Hams , Bacon * Lardt Flour ; . Corn Meal. Fine Tobacco and Cigars , McCook * Nebraska . B. & M , PHABMACY * TOILET AETICLES. "Wiaes and Liquors * will be sold only in cases- of sickness and then only on Phy sician's Prescription. . Prescriptions Carefully Compounded EITSER DAY" OR ' Punch , Americas Finest FIVE CENT CIGAK , WILLEY & CO ; , McCOOK , NEB. FREES' & HOCKNE.LL PROPRIETORS OF THE III III isl -H-DEAXtBRS IN | Lime ; } Cement , Sash , Doors , Blinds , Hard and Soft Coal , YAEDS AT McCook , Indianola" , CATUbridge , Arapahoe , and Oxfocrd , AGENT FOR THEO O c -b bC O 8 > 8Q H- OQ OQm E ( ed . ri.b Sold , low for * easily or * on < easy ? payments , or.- rented , tlie- rant paya : for the.organ. . . Catalogue ; WithPnicertfetand. EuItQescription Fiiee. AC , , -f. . , : . _ 'f'j. , vm i : l | : < . , . _ . L -tj * * * - h....

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 14 February 1884

j. f . * * A TIT - - i "SSi I 7 * " McOooK WEEKLY : \ li VOLUME 2. . McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , FEBRUARY 14 , 1884. NUMBER 37. i BUSINESS DIRECTORY. J. E. COCHRAN , Attorney at "Law , - McCOOZ , 22D WILLOW COTOT7 , NEB. Practice In any Courts of the state nnd Knn- im , nnd the jrovurnmcnt Lund Oflicu of this District , nnd ouforo the Land Department nt Witshliitfton. Satisfaction Kimrnntccd. nnd terms reasonable. Office 1st door gwuth of the IJ. S. Lund Offlco. 2-28. I. J. STARBUCK , Attorney at Law , MCCOOK NEBRASKA. Will tclvc special attention to the practice of latr , and making collections. ESfoniee Second ulocknorth of depot , 2 doors north Grcen'u drug store. 2-22. JOHN A. LEE , Merchant Tailor. McCooK : : NEBRASKA. Fit and Workmanship Guaranteed. PAGE T. FEANCIS , County Surveyor. * Red Willow County. Keeps certified pints of all lands in the Hitchcock land district. Special attention given to all such business. Correspondence solicited. Dr. A. J. WIL...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 14 February 1884

THE TEIBUNE. F. M. * E. KIMMBIX , Pub * . McCOOK , NEB NEBRASKA. ITEMS. The Valentine reporter admonishes land seekers that they should not watt for spring to op'en before looking up locations for their future homes. It says the rush will be wonderful in a few weeks , and the best land will go like hot cakes. Kearney is experiencing quite a re ligious revival. On Sunday last nineteen persons united with the M. E. church. Hastings Democrat : On Wednesday of last week , on the farm of Carlos Clark , a couple of miles north of the city , C. M. Bovis , W. C. Russler , N. "W. Wilson and Lee Clark husked and cribbed three hun dred and twenty bushels of corn , or an aver age of eighty bushels each. "We doubt if there are f our'men In any one neighborhood in the slate that can beat this. Oxford , for a long time without any physician , now has two , both coming sim ultaneously unbeknown to each other and determined to remain | The Hastings Journal says there are a great many thousand bushel...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 14 February 1884

CONGRESSIONAL. SENATE. Monday , February 4. Pe titions of ex-soldiers of the union army , jtgaying for the ' enactment of various laws iprr the benefit of soldiers of the late war , we're presented by Logan , Pendleton , Trye , HnrriHonand Lipham. Mr. Logan pro posed a bill ror the relief of Fitz John Per ter. Bills introduced and referred Mr. Cameron , ( \v is. ) to enable the people"of Dakota to form a constitution. Mr. Logan , to provide artificial limbs for ox-soldiers 3Ir. Wilson , to prevent the 'publica tion of lottery advertisments in the ter ritories and the District of Columbia. Mr. Van Wyck offered the following : lie- solved , That the secretary of the interior inform the senate whether the Union Pa cific company has issued any new stock or made any mortgage , pledge , lease or run ning arrangemrntR or other traffic contract since March 3 , 1883. Agreed to. Mr. Hoar , from the committee on privileges and elec tions , reported adversely Senator Garland's bill relating to ...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 14 February 1884

WEEKLY TRIBUNE , F..M. &E. M. KIMMELL , Editors and Publishers. * TV ' ' CONGRESS has voted $300,000 to the sufferers by the Ohio floods. THE Senate /Committee on Agricul ture have unanimously ordered a favor- ble report on the bill to prevent the spread of pleuro-pneumonia prepared by representatives of the cattle interest , and introduced by Senator Miller. THE Republican State Central Com mittee will meet at the Millard hotel , I Omaha , February 27th , at 7 P. M. , for the purpose of calling a State Conven tion to choose delegates to the National Convention. THE Democrats in this district are endorsing Hon. James Laitd's action in voting for the restoration of Fitz-John Porter. What effect this will have oh Mr. Laird's future political career is doubtful. Gazette-Journal. THE Texas Legislature has appropri ated $50,000 for the detection.of fence- cutters. It has also enacted a law re- squiring the owners of fenced ranges to have gates at intervals of three miles , and thus e...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 14 February 1884

WEEKLY TRIBUNE , THURSDAY , FEB. 14 , 1884. TO OTTR ADVERTISERS. 1 locals under this heading 10c : a line for Insertion , and sumo inserted until order- txf ilftccmtlnued , unletjs time is specified. Dills payable monthly. Local Intelligence. Graham Flour at City Bakery. Choice Apples , $4.50 per bbl. , at Rogers' , Cash paid for Poultry at Dungan & Shekel's. ( Buckwheat , Flour and Maple Syrup at RogcrsV , - - i For the best Flour in town call at City Bakery , Highest cash price paid for fat cattle t > y Dungan & Shekel s. Don't fail to sign the petition con cerning the school house. Come out and encourage the Sabbath School , Tuesday evening. The Churchill House changes man agement again on the 15th. Choice cuts of beef , ham , pork and mutton at Dungan & Shekel's. Fish and'poultry at Dungan & Shek el's , every Thursday and Friday. A number of Iowa people have been around town during the past week. Fine sugar cured hams and breakfast bacon sliced at Dungan &...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 14 February 1884

* ' WHAT DYHTG IS. "to leave the turmoil and the careful tu mult , And wander vaguely to a pleasant region , Where green lields glow with-a sheen oi summer sunset. .And narrow farther to a sylvan vista. TiVhcuco issue sounds 'to soothe the spirit's trouble ; To hear the laugh and gurgle of low waters , And young birds sing with -a diviner music , And young * birds carol with a lovelier music , And evening winds that walk with a fa'.ntei footfall JJnto the white clouds and the bluer sky depths ; To rest a little some green willow under , "Whose branches whisper in that shadow garden , And hold that hand which bath the tcnder- cst pressure , And touch sweet lips just as thine eyes are closing ; This is that falling ere the sunset's fading. This is that dying ere the morn immortal ! To see blue-hooded violets reposing , Among the grasses twining to caress thee And kiss thy cheek as if thou wert a sister , And.warm thee with their breath of heav enly odor , As if thou wert to them indee...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 14 February 1884

' A MODERN RESURRECTION. , A Miracle that Took 1'lace In Onr Hldit Unknown to the Publlo-TIie Detail * * In Full. k vDotrolt.Frec Prot . % One of the most remarkable occur rences ever given to the public , which took place hero in our midst , has just como to our knowledge and will undoubtedly - - doubtedly awaken as much surprise and attract as great attention as it has already in newspaper circles. The facts are , briefly , as follows : Mr. Wil liam A. Crombie , a young manformerly residing at Birmingham , a suburb of , Detroit , and now living at 287 Michigan avenue in this city , can truthfully say ' " that he has looked into the future world and yet returned to this. A rep resentative of this paper has interviewed him upon this important subject , and his experiences are given to the public for the first time. He said : "I had'been having most peculiar sensations for a long while. My head felt dull and heavy ; my eyesight did not seem so clear as formerly ; my ap petite was unc...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 14 February 1884

HAYDEN & CO. , ' Wholesale and Retail Dealers in MEAL HBO Dry Goods , Boots and Shoes , Clothing , Hats and Caps. " Fancy and Staple Groceries. ; Hains , Bacon , Lard , Jflour , Corn Meal. Fine Tobacco and Cigars. Nebraska , . McCook , - - B. M. PHARMACY. TOILET AETICLES. Wines and Liquors will be sold only in cases of sickness and'then only on Phy sician's Prescription. Prescriptions Carefully Compounded . EITHER DAY OR NIGHT. TansUl's Punch , America's Finest FIVE CENT CIGAR. WILLEY & CO. , McCOOK , NEB. FREES Si HOCKNELL , PROPRIETORS OF THE LOB ( DEALERS INI Lumber , Lime , Cement , Sash , Doors , Blinds , Hard and Soft Coal ; YARDS AT KcCook , Indianote , Cambridge , Arapahoe , and Oxford. M. A. SPALDINGv AGENT FOR THE CO O B Sold low fop cash , or on easy payments , or rented until the rent pays for the organ. Catalogue With Price-list and Full Description Free. M. A. SPALDING , Agent. - ' - - NEBRASKA. _ i S S ! &f3tiiB jfAa2& * & * ff&i * * 'i ? < ...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 21 February 1884

. t 1 < r 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. ...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 21 February 1884

HIGH HYMENEAL HYMN. The soft marriage bells have announced th glad f net That the bright golden tie lias been tied And the lovers have entered a solemn com .pact In the same boat in future to ride. The gleam of love's sunshine in brillianc ; falls , And illumines each fond , loving heart , And together they'll feed off the same cod fish balls Until death or divorce do them part. The solemn words of the minister fell With a chill on each listening car , As if sounding in dear intonations the knel Of their freedom , which lay on the bier Of marital life ; and feeling of awe Seemed to sink like a pall o'er the scene And even the crack of the minister's Jaw Was as dry as the hide of a bean. The wild glad notes of the organpealed , And Hooded the church with sound , As the happy pair came * forward am kneeled And the bridesmaids circled around. Then the preacher said what he had to say The ring on her finger slid And joined their hands in the usual way , And the heavenly deed was did. * ...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 21 February 1884

A HUNTER'S STOKY. How Ho Was Overcome and the Way by \Vlilch.He Was Finally Saved. Correspondence Spirit of the Times. An unusual adventure which recently occurred to your correspondent while hunting at Brookmere in'this state is so timely and contains so much that can be made valuable to all readers , that I venture to reproduce it entire : The day was a most inclement one and the snow quite deep. Rabbit tracks were plentiful , but they principally led in the direction of a large swamp , in r which the rabbits could run without dif ficulty , but where the hunter constantly broke through the thin ice , sinking into the half-frozen mire to his knees. Not withstanding these difficulties , the writer had persevered , although a very small bag of game was the result. While tramping about through a particularly' malarial portion of the swamp , a mid dle a < * ed man suddenly came into view , carrying a muzzle loading shotgun and completely loaded down with game of the finest descripti...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 21 February 1884

'TheTribune F. M. & E. M. KIM WELL , Editors and Publishers. To-Moniiow is Washington's birth day. _ _ _ _ _ _ A BILL reducing the postage 01 newspapers has passed the House o : Kepresentatives. THE victim of the latest lynching ir Colorado was a quack doctor , who kill ed one of his patients with oner of hh prescriptions. SENATOR HARRISON , of Indiana , has introduced a bill for the admission oi Dakota. That bill will probably never get beyond the committee room. CONGRESS has appropriated $200,000 more to the relief of the Ohio flood sufferers. This makes $500,000 appro priated for the purpose. The surplus in the Treasury can be devoted to no better purpose. IP the False Prophet had stretched out his long arm and gathered in Baker Pasha , who that remembers the dirty scoundrel's own attack on a defenseless girl imprisoned in the same compart ment with him , would waste sympathy on the dirty dog ? Bee. THE Blue Hill Times has been sued by parties of that town for libel , the dam...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 21 February 1884

WEEKLY. TRIBUNE , THURSDAY , FEB. 21 , 1884. TO OUR ADVERTISERS , tactile under thiit hcmtlntr 10c. u line for wertion , and mime Inserted until order- < r i illKcontimicd , unless time to specified , llilhi payable monthly. ' Local Intelligence. Graham Flour at City Bakery. Choice Apples , $4.50 per , bbl. , at Rogers' . Cash paid for Poultry at Dungan & Shekel's. Buckwheat , Flour and Maple Syrup at Rogers' . For the best Flour in town call at City Bakery. ' ' Highest cash price paid for fat cattle by Dungan & Shekel s. Choice cuts of beef , ham , pork and mutton at Dungan & Shekel's. Fish and poultry at Dungan & Shek el's , every Thursday and Friday. John Farley brought up twenty large jack rabbits from Orleans , Monday. Fine sugar cured hams and breakfast oacon sliced at Dungan & Shekel's. Remember the temperance lecture in the Congregational church next Sun "day evening. Great bargains at Haydcn & Co.'s. See advertisement on eigth page of this issue f...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 21 February 1884

'A " ' -3 . . ' . * NEBRASKA. ITEMS. The Douglas grand jurv found an indictment of murder in the second degreee against Wm. Snell , of Valentine , who shot Jessie Snell at Croft's road-house near Omaha. Snell , who bad been out on $1,000 bail , was surrendered by bis bondsmen and put in the county stronghold in default of $4,000 bail , the amount required since his indictment. A fire at Omaha on the 10th destroyed property to the extenj of $55,000 ; insurance probably about half. The citizens of Humboldtare discuss ing a public library project. At ft recent meeting Mrs. Bruen's proposition to donate $2,000 and $300 a year toward maintaining it was accepted and a committee appointed to determine how the library can best be conducted. Valentine Reperter : Monsieur Rule , of Pine Ridge , was in town yesterday. He Is a very old man , and was in the employ of the Hudson Bay company fifty years ago and assisted in building Fort Laramie. The story of his life would be as interesting as the...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 21 February 1884

CONGRESSIONAL. SENATE Monday , February 11Mr. . Sherman bad read a dispatch from Richard Smith , of Cincinnati , saying congress should make immediate appropriation of $500,000 { r the relief of the sufferers by floods in towns between Pittsburg and Cairo , adding Cincinnati needs nothing , but other places are almost helpless. Yoorbees stated himself and colleague had sim ilar telegrams from other places. Mr. Van Wyck offered a resolution in quiring whether the Baltimore and Ohio telegraph company had made or received any proposals or taken action toward a consolidation with the * Western Union. , Mr. Van. Wyck's resolution , presented * some weeks ago , directing the Judiciary committee to examine and report leglsla- tion to restrict the appointment of spe cial assistant attorneys , etc. , was passed. The senate , after passingsomeprivate bills , went into executive session , and wnen the doors were reopened messages were re ceived from the house announcing passnge by that body of...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 21 February 1884

GRAND SLAUGHTER .IN PRICES AT ATGO'S GO'S G. W. DANIELS , Manager. HATE IN STOCK AND FOR SALE TO CLOSE AT COST : Overcoats , Overshoes , i2 . Underwear , Boots & Shoes , r . Winter Clothing. 11 Ibs. GRANULATED"SU.GAR . : . . - $1.00 12 Ibs. EXTRA < 'C" SUGAR $1.00 18 BARS WHITE RUSSIAN SOAP $1.00 20 BARS CLIMAX SOAP. . $1.00 25 BARS STANDARD SOAP. $1.00 10 CANS LIMA BEANS. . . . . . : . . ' . . ' $1.00 10 CANS BLACKBERRIES " , . . . . $1.00 10 .CANS CORN " . $1.00 9 CANS 3-POUND TOMATOES $1.00 10 CANS MARROWFAT PEAS $1.00 20 Ibs. NAVY BEANS $1.00 10 CANS STRAWBERRIES $1.00 10 CANS STRING BEANS $1.0.0 20 YARDS PRINTS. $1.00 15 YARDS GOOD MUSLIN $1.00 Ladies' & Gent's , Children's & Misses' Woolen Goods at greatly reduced prices. 0 Flannels &Woolen Underwear OP AIL KINDS AT LESS THAN COST. Woolen Scarfs , Tarns , Etc. , / * At prices never before heard of. Now is the time to secure great bargains. " - BARGAINS ! BARGAINS ! ' HAYDEN & CO , McCook , Neb. HOW WE BU...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 28 February 1884

" "yjffififfgs ' " - T r- = - - - , - t > ± - * - ; , f" 4 - * y TRIBUNE. VOLUME 2. McCOOK , RED WILLO.W COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , FEBRUARY 28 , 1884. NUMBER 39. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. J. E. COCHRAN , Attorney at Iaw , HcCQOZ , BED'yttLOW COUKX7 , HZB. Prnctlco in any Courts of the stnto and Kan- Fax , and the government Land Office of this District , and before the Land Department at Washington. Satisfaction guaranteed , and terras reasonable. Office let door Beuth of the U. 8. Laud Office. 2-28. JENNINGS & STARBUCK , Attorneys at Law , McCooK - NEBRASKA. "Will sire special attention to tbc practice ot law , and making collections. CS Offlco Searadhlocknorth'of depot , 2 doors north Green's drug store. 2-22. JOHN A. LEE , Merchant T a i J o r. McCo'OK : : NEBRASKA. Pit and Workmanship Guaranteed. PAGE T. FRANCIS , Gounty Surveyor. Red Willow County. , Keeps certified plats of all lands in the Hitchcock laud district. Special attention given to all such business. Correspond...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 28 February 1884

THE TRIBUNE. J ? . M. & K. M. KUI9IEI.I. , Pab . McCOOK , NEI NEBRASKA ITEMS. - A number of Fremont boys wen anxious to see tbp Brown county hors ' thieves confined at'tbat place , and the ac commodating sheriff complied with their re quest , keeping them in' six hours. The ! interview with the prisoners was more pro tractcd than , they had bargained for. Assessors are not pleased with thi new law which allows them only two dollar per day for their work , whereas they hav heretofore received , three dollars and twi cents per capita for enumerating the inhab lUnte One hundred and fifty thousanc brook trout now In process of hatching ou at the hatcheries near South Bend , Indiana will be distributed in Nebraska streams a on early day. The sheep men of Harlan counti have had but small losses this winter BO far A majority of them have better facilities fo : taking care of their stock than ever before and have-become better acquainted with thi business. The Congregational Sunday scho...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
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