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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 14 August 1884

THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST THE ENTEEPEISE WIND MILL Is what la known as a "solid wheel" mill and dis penscs with all sliding shafts and pltmnns. and al segment gear , wlilch arc liable to Ijecomc Inopcra live from snow or sleet. It lias no superfluous Joints , weights and levers , to wear and admit of lost motion or make noise. Its multiplying Ball Governor Is th simplest , most dln-ct and quickest In use. It Is tin most sensitive to varying winds. It Is manufactured by a company of long standing and experience In the wind mill business , -with large capital Invested In special machinery , extensive worlw , and an cfllelcnl corps of skilled workmen. They are neat In appear ance , noiseless In operation , and an ornament to tin grounds. Parties desiring estimates and costs on a outfit , can obtain them by addressing us-glvlng plan of grounds , depth of well , points of delivery , etc. We manufacture Iron Tumps , Brass Cylinders , Tanks and everything connected with farm , city or railw...

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 — 21 August 1884

ir OOE WEEKLY TRIBUNE VOLUME III. ' . , McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , AUG. 21 , 1884. NUMBER 12. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. ' UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE MeCook , Nebraska. 0. L. LiWO , ECBittor. 0. F. BABCOC2 , Soeeiver. K Houiw : Prom A. M. to 12 M. , and 1 to 4 F. JI. , mountain timu. J. E. COCHRAN , ATTORNEY AT LAW , HcMOS , BED WILLOW COUNTY , MSB. Practice In nay Courts of the stnto and Kan BOS , unil the Kovernment Lund Oilico of tills District , and before the Lund Department ul Washington. Satisfaction guaranteed , and terms reasonable. Oflicu 1st door south of the U. S. Land Offlec. .J-28. JENNINGS & STARBUCK , ATTORNEYS AT LAW , MCCOOK , - - NEBRASKA. Will give special attention td the practice of law , nnil making collections. tJETomco Second Week north of depot , 2 doors nortl : Green's drugstore. 'Z-"Z. PAGE T. FRANCIS , COUNTY SURVEYOR , Red Willow County. Keeps cortiflcd pints of all lands in the Hitchcock land district. Special attention given to all...

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 — 21 August 1884

THE TEIBUNE. F. M. & E. M. KiaiMEIX , Pub . McCOOK , NEB NEBRASKA. . " tOne Ono hundred and seven teachers attended the Institute recently hold at Geneva. The watermelon patch is now holding out strong Inducements for the small boy. The street improvements of Omaha this year n the way of paving' and grading , will cost 5400,000. Difficulties of. Union Pacific workmen have "been amicably settled , and all have returned to work. There is considerable hog cholera in the vi cinity of Ashland , several farmers having'suf- fcrred losses. Beatrice's canning factory is about ready to commence operations. About 100 women have been employed. The first shipment of cattle to the Omaha stock yards arrived on the 13th. There were flvo hundred head. The Catholic school building at West Point will be completed and ready for occupancy sometime next month. . Five thousand people attended a picnic at Auburn last week , given under the auspices of the Catholic society. The Omaha stock yards are now...

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 August 1884

THE CHOLERA. AQAIlf. A Grave Increase IB the JSpldtmle Dr. Koch'a XUMitrchci. A Marseilles dispatch says : There wa * a grave incrcana of cholera during Sunday - , day night in all the stricken town * , and as far aa heard from there has been a general increase. Dr. tfoieano telegraphs : There have been ten deaths hero since my midnight dispatch was sent. There are rumors of others In the immediate neighborhood. But the suburbs of Marseilles have not been as fearfully visited as the outskirts of Toulon. News has come In thit at St. Henri , a vil lage of 2,503 people some nine miles north of .Marseilles , there ware six deaths from holera. At Glgnac one patient died four hours after the first symptoms , a rapidity In arriving at the fatal end of the disease which is unprecedented. An analysis of the "water of the Ilhone , .near Aries , is said to have shown microbes by the million. From Algiers the news IB worse. A number of additional villages on the frontier , in the Department of ...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 21 August 1884

The Tribune F. M. & E. M. KIMMELL , Editors and Publishers. SUBSCRIPTION : $2 PER YEAR * INVARIABLY IN , ADVANCE. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN TICKET. . PRESIDENT , ' JAMES a. BLATNE , OF MAINE. A. JLOGAN , OP ILLINOIS. CONGRESSIONAL. FOR CONGRESS , 2ND DISTRICT , JAMES LAIKD , P- \ * y FOR SENATOR , BOTH DISTRICT , JAMES W. DOLAN , RED' WILLOW COUNTY. COUNTY. TTOR" REPRESENTATIVE , 'GEORGE flOCKNELL. FOR COMmSSIONER , 1ST DISTRICT , - HENEY ORABTREE. Republican State Convention. The republican electors of the state of Ne braska are'Invited to send delegates from the several counties to meet In convention at Omaha , Wednesday , August 27th , 1884 , at 10 o'clock , A. M. , for the purpose of placing In nomination candidates for five presidential electors. Also , for GovernorLieutenant-Gov ernor , Secretary of State , State Treasurer , Auditor of Public Accounts , Commissioner of Public Lands and Buildings , Superintendent Public Instruction , Attorney General , and such other business as ...

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 August 1884

Thursday , August 2ist , 1884. Indicates that your aubscrlption to TUB x THIIIUNK bos expired , and that an Invita 1 tion to renew the same Is extended. TO OTTE ADVEETISEES. ; All locate under thls hcadlng 10c. a line for each insertion , and sumo inserted until order- ad discontinued , unless time IB specified. Bllla payable monthly. CONGllEGATIONAL.-Sunday School at 10 A. M. every week. Preaching services every Sunday nijjht at 7.30. M. T. Also , every alter nate Sunday morning at II , M. T. Exceptions to the above will bo noticed in locals. OBOUOE DUNOAN , Pastor. MKTIiODIST. Services every other Sundny jr morningut.10.30 , M. .T. , and evening at 8 , JI. T. Sunday School every week at 8.80 , M. T. Ser vices hold in Opera Hall. > AM.KN BAIITLEY , Pastor. CATHOLIC. Services will l > o hold in the Opera Hall once every four weeks. CLKUY , Pastor. I. O. G. T. The Independent Order of Good Templars meet In the Congregational Church every Tuesday evening' . Local In telligen c e...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 21 August 1884

In sprint ? when branches of woodbine Hung leafless over the rocks , And iloccy snow in the hollows Lay in unshophcrdod ilocks , By the road where dead leaves rustled , Or damply mnUed the'ground. While over mo gurgled tao robin His honoy'd passion of sound. I saw the trn'l'ng ' ' arbutus UloomJn ? Jn modes-y sweet , And gathered sto.-o of its riches Offered and spread at my feet. It grew under leaves , as if seeking No hint of Itself to disclose , And out of its plnk-whlto petals A delicate perfume arose. As faint as the fond romcmbrnnco Of Joy that was only drei < med , And like a divine suyjcebUon The scent of the ilowcr seemed. I had sought for love on the highway , I'oilove uDBcluah and pn : e , And had found it In good deeds blooming Tho' often in bands obscure. Often in leaves bv the wayside , But vouched w. 'i a heavenly glow , And with selE-sac.-Jflco fiterant , The llowers of great love grow. O lovely and lowly arbutus I As year unto year succeeds , Bo thou the luiK-cl ...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 21 August 1884

PRIVATE HENRY'S DEATIT. 37ie Arctic Replorer Who teat Shot by Order of Lieut. Greely. XJtt Commanding Officer Mulcts Ofjlctal Jle- .port Regarding the Same. The following is Lieutenant Greely'a official report of the execution of Private Henry , made to the adjutant general : "I have the honor to report that on June 0,1884 , at Cainp Clay , near Cape Sabin , Grinnell Land , it became necessary for mete to order the military execution or Private Charles B. Henry. Fifth cavalry. The order wan given In writing on my undivided responsibility , being deemed absolutely essential for the safety of the surviving members of the expedition. Ten had al ready died of starvation , and two more Iny at the point of death. Tie facts inducing my action were as follows : Provisions bad been sto'en in November , 1883 , and Henry's complicity therein wna more than buspectcd. On March 24 , 1884 , the party nearly perished from aspuyxU. WUlo fccveral men were unconscious , and while efforts were being ma...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 21 August 1884

CASH ! CASH ! CASH ! WE "WISH TO SAY TO That as we have no high-salaried book keepers to pay , no bad debts to loose , and no large debts to. carry at a heavy expense of interest , etc. , and that by cutting down our expenses we are ena bled to sell our goods at prices AVERAGING LOWER Than any other Firm ever offered Goods at in Red Willow County ! A PARTIAL PRICE LIST. "Prairie Rose" [ New Process ] Flour. Warranted. Per hundred weight $2.25 Arbuckles Coffee , 6lbs. for 1.00 Light "C" Sugar , 131bs. for 1.00 LAWNS ! LAWNS ! Lawns ! Per yard 7c. TEA ! TEA ! Tea ! From 25c.to75c. REMEMBER ! We will pay the HIGHEST market price for PRODUCE in exchange for goods AT CASH PEIOES. All Everybody Gome and See Us , All WILCOX BROS. I have for sale some of the FINEST UPLAND in BED WILLOW COUNTY. For terms and particu lars apply to CEO. HOCKNELL. D. KENDALL'S BILLIARD HALL & FAVORITE RESORT , THE PLACE Ice Cold Lemonade , Ginger Beer , Pop , Nuts , CHOICE CIGARS , CANDY , ETC BILLIARD and ...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 28 August 1884

OOK WEEKLY VOLUME III. MeCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , AUG. 28 , 1884. NUMBER ,13. BUSINESS DIRECTORY , UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE McCook , Nebraska. 0. L. LAWS , Beetttcr. 0. T. BA2COCE , Etecher Omen Honits : From 0 A. M. to 12 M.t am 1 to 4 P. M. , mountain time. J. E. COOHRAN , ATTORNEY AT LAW , HtCOOE , SED WILLOW COTOI7 , NE3. Practice In uny Courts of the state nnd Kun stis , uiul the government Land Olllce of this District , und before the Lund Department at Washington. Satisfaction guaranteed , am terms reasonable. Office 1st door south of the U. S. Land Olllec. W8. JENNINGS & STAEBUCK , ATTORNEYS AT LAW , MCCOOK , NEBRASKA. Will give special attention to the practice oflaw and making collections. tSyofflcc Second blBCknortu of depot , 2 doors nortl Green's drug More. 2-22. PAGE T. FRANCIS , COUNTY SURVEYOR , Red Willow County. Keeps certified plats of all lands In the Hitchcock land district. Special attention KlvcH to nil such business. Correspondenc...

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

THE TRIBUNE. F. M. & E. 91. K1MMELI , , Pabg. McCOOK , , : : : ; NEB NEBRASKA. There will.bo sale ot Shorthorn cattle at the state fair on September llth. The greenback state convention will be held Lincoln on the Oth of September. The state fair opens nt Omaha on Monday , September 5th , and lasts one week. Ainsworth's new opera house , 40x100 feet , Is nearly completed. It will accommodate 1,500 people. Wm. Hoven , a horse dealer , balling from Iowa , was killed by the cars near North Bend .nstweek. Quite a force of workmen arc engaged on . the capital building at Lincoln , and the walls are up quite a distance. The Roman Catholics will soon commence the erection of their brick church at St. Ste phens. It will cost $0,000. An eighteen months old \shlld of W. M. Grossman , of Edgar , died from the effects of drinking concentrated lye , July 29. Frank Dusch , an Omaha traveling salesman , is behind Iron bars In that city for helping himself to the funds of his employers. A steam...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 28 August 1884

AGRICULTUEAL Catite 'of 3Iilk Fever. Vrjrm , Field md F'rc ' ( do. Milk fever is said to be caused by the sealing up of the uterine vessels , after separation of the foetus , with blood clots , and their subsequent absorption and interference with circulation ; but this view is not sustained by experience and post mortem examination. It some times occurs before calving , and hence before blood clots have been formed , . and is very uncommon in connection with first or second calvings in aged animals , and in those that have been out of health or had difficult labors. The conditions under which milk fever exists , or is caused , are various. The disease is seldom observed in the cow before the age of five years. It is more frequently found to attack animals in a plethoric condition. It more frequent ly affects the pure breeds than others , and is also more fatal with them. It seldom occurs subsequent to three days before calving , but always occurs , as. a rule , after calving , and ...

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 — 28 August 1884

The Tribune F. M. & E. M. KIMMELL , Editors and Publishers. SUBSCRIPTION : $2 PER YEAR INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN TICKET. , , , FOB , PRESIDENT , " ' JAMES G. ELAINE , ' ' ' ; , „ OP MAINE. * ' - FOR VICE-PRESIDENT , JOHN A. LOGAN , OP ILLINOIS. STATE. POR GOVERNOR , JAMES W. DAWES. POR SECRETARY OP STATE , E. P. ROGGEN. . POR STATE AUDITOR , CHAS. F. WILLARD. POR LAND COMMISSIONED GEORGE SCOTT. POR SUPT. PUBLIC INSTRUCTION , W. W. W. JONES. JUDICIAL. POR DISTRICT ATTORNEY , 8lH D1ST. , W. S. MORLAN. CONGRESSIONAL. POR CONGRESS , 2ND DISTRICT , JAMES LAIRD. SENATORIAL. POR SENATOR , 30lH DISTRICT , JAMES W. DOLAN. , COUNTY. FOR .REPRESENTATIVE , GEORGE HOOKNELL. TOR COMMISSIONER , 1ST DISTRICT , HENRY CRABTREE. PROCLAMATION. WHEREAS. A joint resolution was adopted by tbc legislature of the state of Nebraska , at . the eighteenth session thereof , and approved February 27th , A. D. 1883 , proposing an amend ment to section four W article three (3) ( ) of-the const...

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 — 28 August 1884

The Tribune Thursday , August 28th , 1884. Indicates that your subscription to THK x TnniUNE has expired , and thnt uu Invita tion to rcnow the same IB extended. TO OUR ADVERTISERS. All locale under this heading lOc. a line for each insertion , and same inserted until order ed discontinued , unless time Is specified. Dills payable monthly. CONGHEaATIONAL.-Sunduy School at 10 A. M. every week. Preaching services every Sunday night at 7.80. M. T. Also , every alter nate Sunday morning at 11 , M. T. Exceptions to the above will be noticed in locals. OEOIIQI : DUXOAK , Pastor. METHODIST. Services every other Sunday morning at 10.30 , M. T. , and evening at 8 , M. T. Sunday School every week at 3.HO , 51. T. Ser vices held in Opera Hall. Hall.N BAIITLKV , Pastor. CATHOLIC. Sen-ices will bo held in the Opera Hall once every four weeks. JOSEPH CiiEity , Pastor. 1.0. O. T. The Independent Order of Good Templars meet in the Congregational Church every Tuesday evening. lit Local Intelligence....

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 28 August 1884

BALPH'S MISTAKE. "What a pity ! " said Mrs. Dusen "bury's musical voice , and a faint shrug of the widow's graceful shoulders con veyed the impression of an underlying sneer. "What's that ? " Ralph Entresol ask ed , following his companion's glance to ft little alcove on the opposite side of the brilliant parlor , in which stood some very handsome flowering plants i n full blossom. A piquant girlish face was bending over the central vase , a , face sparkling with a tire and color that rivaled its surroundings. Ralph Entresol was not insensible to the al lurement of the picture. The * widow saw and shrugged her shoulders again. "Such a pity that Nora Payne should have broken with Burt Vansanf. Ev erybody thought that was going to be a genuine love match , but I don't suppos.0 there are such things nowa days. " " .No ? " questioned the wealthy law yer , , in his non-committal fashion , and still watching Nora with interest ed eyes. "Vansant & Milligan failed last week , you know. ...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 28 August 1884

OBJECTS AND RESULTS Of the Latest Explorations in tlic Far North ern Jleglons , For the purpose of obtaining some Idea of the general nature and probable scientific value of the explorations made by Lieutenant Gretly , an associated press agent visited him a few days ago. Grcely stated that the object of the Lady Franklin expedition was to establish a polar station , 4 one of thirteen suggested by Lieutenant Wayprecht , of Austria , who discovered Franz Joseph land. Simultaneously ob servations of all the physical phenomena were to be taken. The complete programme that was to be followed was arranged by an international polar congress , in which rep resentatives of thirteen nations took part. The observations , in making which the greatest possible accuracy was to bo hod , were those of declination and deviation of the magnetic needle , temperature of air , sea height of barometer , and meau and maximum rise and fall of tides. The ex plorations were to bo merolv Incidental to other ...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 28 August 1884

CASH ! CASH ! CASH ! . . ; WISH TO SAY TO - . ' : That as we have no high-salaried book keepers to pay , n © bad debts to loose , and no large debts to carry at a heavy expense of interest , etc. , and that by cutting down our expenses we are ena bled to sell our goods at prices AVERAGING LOWER t Than any other Firm ever offered Goods , at 'in'- Red Willow County ! A PARTIAL PRICE LIST. "Prairie Rose" [ New Process ] Flour. Warranted. Per hundred weight $2.25 Arbuckles Coffee , 61bs. for 1.00 Light " 0" Sugar , 13lbs. for ' 1.00 LAWNS ! LAWNS ! Lawns ! Per yard 7c. TEA ! TEA ! Tea ! From ' . . . . . 25c. to 75c. REMEMBER ! We will pay the HIGHEST market price for PRODUCE in exchange for goods AT CASH PRICES. o All Everybody Gome and See Us , All WILCOX BROS. I have for sale some of the FINEST UPLAND in RED WILLOW COUNTY. For terms and particu lars apply to CEO. HOCKNELL. D. KENDALL'S BILLIARD HALL & FAVORITE RESORT , THE PLACE ' -O Ice Cold Lemonade , Ginger Beer , Pop , Nuts , ...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 4 September 1884

t r-f f McOooK WEEKLY VOLUME III. McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , "NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , SEPTEMBER 4 , 1884. NUMBER 14. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE McCook , Nebraska. 0. L. LA77D , Bcgistcr. C. P. BABCOCE , Beccivcr. OFFICE Hoims : From 9 A. M. to 12 51. , unil 1 to 4 P. M. , mountain time. | i J.'E. COCHRAN , ATTORNEY AT LAW , l : COOr , BED WILLOV7 COUNTY , 1TEB. Practice in any Courts of the state and Knn- F PUS. and the government Land Oflico of this ! f. District , and before the Land Department at * "Washington. Satisfaction guaranteed , and tormB reasonable. OIllco 1st door south of the U. S. Land OJHco. 2-28. JENNINGS & STARBUCK , ATTORNEYS AT LAW , MCCOOK , - - NEBRASKA. Will Kl\c special attention to the practice of law , and making collections. { 3 ? Oncc ] Secoudblocknorth of depot , 2 doors north ' . 2 ' . Green's drug store. - PAGE T. FEANCIS , COUNTY SURVEYOR , Red Willow County. Keeps certified pints of nil lands in the Hitchcock land district. Spe...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 4 September 1884

THE TEIBUNE. M. & E. M. K1BIMEIX , Pubs. McCOOK , NEB NEBRASKA1 Cumlng county has n good crop of fruit this year. The now M. E. church at Humphrey Is rapid ly building. Lightning killed several head of cattle near' WIsner last week. There will be sale of Shorthorn cattle at the Btato fair on September llth. The state fair opens at Omaha on Monday , September 5th , and lasts one week. The people of Dodge county are talking up the county scat removal question. Peter Krone , of Grafton , was thrown out of a wagon and sustained serious Injuries. Hebron will soon have an elegant now hotel of which J/W , HugHcs will bo proprietor. Ainsworth's now opera house , 40x100 feet , Is nearly completed. ' It will accommodate I.COO people. , Hedges & Son's foundry at Lincoln was de stroyed by flro a few days ago. Loss not given. The Omaha printers arrested on charge of firing the Omaha Bco office have been dis charged. , Harry Richards , of Auburn , was thrown from a wagon and painfully and...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 4 September 1884

JJU8YBODZES. "It Is a fact , ns I'vo boon told Thatpeoplo in tiio dnya of old iGot rich in silver and in gold , No matter what they bought or sold , By minding their own business. TChoy did not try to wound one's fame Or Blander anybody's name ; They eared not when you went or oamo ; They pleased thomsolvcs , you did the same , 2f It was your own business. And if n man did what was right In his own mlnn and In the sight Of God nnd law by day and night , Ho wont ahead and fought the light. Determined on his business. But in degenerate modern days - There's qulto u change in people's waytf , And what a person does or says Must bo hold up unto the gaze Of ovcry busybody. -And if yo'i do not tell them , too , Where you arc going and what you arc going to do , They got into such an awful stow They'll oven watch and follow you , These very buybodies. And then they surely think they know Just when you coino and when you go , And they will whisper so nnd so To every friend and every loc , T...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
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