The Weekly Tribune from Callaway, Nebraska on August 6, 1896 · 3
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The Weekly Tribune from Callaway, Nebraska · 3

Callaway, Nebraska
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Thursday, August 6, 1896
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Railway Time Table C ' b UNION PACIS1 a AT KKARNEY GOING WEST No 1 Limited 11:25 pm No a East Mall 8:10 p m No 5 Denver Express a MO p ni 00 1 NO EAST No i Eat Mail 1 1 :S?rt a m No ti bocal Exp-oaa 9:18 a tu No 4 Atlantic Express 2:59 n m KEARNEY & BLACK HILLS Iv 8:45 a in Kearney Ar 8:80 p rn Ar 10:80 a m CuUawuy Lv 11 :50 a ns on Monday Wednesday and Friday F W CONLY Local Editor THIS SPACE BELONGS TO JOHN aVCORAN' V In time Sold by druggists WHcliZ AilRSfi FAILS Couith Syrup Tastes Good Use Local and Miscellaneous Threshing' lias commenced Order your coal of Gilerest Ave you a paid up subscriber to this paper? C M- Blowers of Arnold was a caller Wednesday Farmers report grain turning out better than anticipated Found:— A good leather ioy col I lav Inquire at this office 1 Jjfels Whipple can grind any kind j of teed Give him a trial - j F Gilerest of Kearney spent a few hours in town Monday the General Merchant Look Out For Next Week me A free club silver will be organized soon with a ineaibei -Slip of nearly i hundred t Miss Nancy Nowlin returned toi the Bow Sunday to finish her course j at the Sifmmer school The Epworth League for this dis- i trict will hold a convention at Lex-j ington Aug 6th to the 9tii Supervisoiy Whaley went to Arnold Tuesday to repair one of the dilapidated bridges in that section We can furnish the Daily World-llerald until after election Cor 00 The semi-weekly ( months for 50e Jimmie Wymoreaceom pained by his sister Miss Minnie visited friends at Coaad couple of days this week Deputy Sheriff Savidge made a trip to the county seat Wednesday to make returns on some official business I G Naylor’s Red White and Riue China winter Radish seeds for Qg by Roy W Welsh Sow from the 5th-to tha loth of August Tha ball game Saturday between the Eddy vi He and Callaway ball clubs at Eddyville resulted in our once famous team being again defeated by a score of: Callaway — J 2 101110 t 13 Eddyville— 3 2 0 0 0 2 1 7 -15 About forty went down frorn here to witness the game and judging from reports a good time was had Court Notice It is hereby ordered that the regular term of tlio district court in and for Custer County Nebr is hereby adjourned from Monday Aug 1 1 to Mondav Aug 31st at 10 o’clock A M ' T Done at Kearney Neb this July 31st 1896 V LGkekxk District Judge The above is a true copy of the order of the District J ud ge ad jou ruing eourt James Stockham Clerk of District Court Do you know HANNA - COAL lasts longer and is only $6 a ton for Lump $650 for Egg and $500 for Ntr'R VMGUceret Lumber CK Fur The Tribune ' wiiwiTMVi'iig!!ag!a!ga?35g?wagr‘T:ii‘”4ist tr THnii -iirinniiiwiMBM gnj We will say to Billy Bryan Don t Ifeh away your time when elected to the White House this fallFor it was Cleveland’s failing either fishing or sailing— at Buzzard's bay you meet him every day Chokes: For Billy Bryan our man and McKinley in the sand !So it is bye bye McKinley we will say For it is bye bye McKinley we wiU say bye bye M’Kinley we will say For Bryan is our man and M’Kinley in the sand &o it is bye bycM’KU-ley we will say To our Billy we will say Don’t fish away your days When elected to the White House This fall: For we know you will be there As a son of Nebraska In the White House you know just What to do For M’Kinley is a man Who depends upon his clan They are men for gU'fcl you all know But McKinley will get left by the south and the west for Bryan is the man whom we all know Yes McKinley you’re sure left by the south and the west and Hau-nn Platte Quey and Manley to For the silver men will say yes McKinley left to day for grabbing up a plank that’s full of gold We’ve been looking for one man that would vote for McKinley baud bat to find him it’s in vain for us to do for lie’s left the west and gone in the east he may be found on a gold plonk where McKinley got him glued Geo II Laeutu — DIED— Thursday July 30 ’ Egbert B Nowlin of heart failure after a prolonged illness of several months duration Interred at Kingsberry cemetery Sunday Aug 2 1896 Services at the M E church by Rev Gates at the cemetery under the auspices of the G A R Post of Callaway Neb which organization he was a member Mr Nowlie was born at Laweranceburg lud March I3th 1836 enlisted as a private in company I 2nd Illinois Calv Aug IC ’62 and served 3 years At the time of his death was 60 years t month and 1 17 days RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT V To the officers and members of Callaway Lodge No 209 lOO P We your committee appointed to draft resolutions of respect to the memory of our brother Levi Stevens submit the following Whereas it has pleased God in his infinite wisdom to remove from our midst our brother without a moments warning thus reminding us that in the midst of life we are in death That it is but one short step from the social and bustling circles to the grave Deatjt lias entered in ourmidst broken the 'chain and removed from us a brother of our order and that in the death of Brother Levi Stevens this lodge lias lost a faithful friend and brother Therefore he it REsovEithnt weas-u lodge ex press our heartfelt symphatliy to the relatives of tlic departed brother in their deep- affliction and connnend-them to the Almighty Ruler for consolation Resolved that as a mark of respect to the memory of our brother the t-hartr be draped in mourning for thirty days and that these resolutions he written in full upon the records of this lodge and that a copy be sent under our seal to his immediate relatives and a copy be furnished each of our papers for publication A L Mathews I Committee R E Bkeha i Opened Aoain John Vongrecn has opened out in the grocery business one door west of the Bank of Callaway where he will be pleased to meet all his old customers-and as many new ones as possible lie carries a full line of clean fresh groceries and guarantees bed rock prices and honest weights to all Those who have dealt with Mr V an-green in the past wqjl know his reputation for honesty and square dealing He always does exactly what lie says and the Tiubunk predicts for him a liberal patronage Country produce at the highest market price taken in exchange for groceries If you want lo save money call on Van-green uidur REMOVED ' To the building -forinf:Hy Occupied by Maxlicld one door cast Of Bcnger" "A Seime ringer where- I' will be pleased to- sec-all my old customer as well as new ones My goods are guaranteed to be first-class in every particular and at prices to suit the times as quick sales at small profits are the life of trade 1 have just laid in a new line of dry good groceries boots and shoes notions etc which 1 will offer at bed rock prices Give us a call and be convinced SELBY A BANKS This vicinity was treated to a hail storm Wednesday afternoon but not much damage was done SCHOOL NOTICE At this date July 25th the annual reports of districts 5591 111132 142 158 ICO 168 173 175 176 184 187 190 193 194 197 210 217 220 222 230235 239 247 are not sent in Also census reports of districts 91 111 142 158 160 168 173 175 184 187 190 193 194 197 210 220 234 239 and' 247 sm I sent ill And the tax levy of districts 142 158 168 173 175 184 187 1?0 193 194 19 210 220 230 239 247 art-not sent in The stale superintentondent has requested the annual report to be sent to him early find all these districts reports must be sent to this office at once or such districts must lose Hie state apportionment Please do not delay We want all the money this county is entitled to H 11 Hi ati' County Supt SHERIFF SALE Uotico tfj hereby "Wen that by virtue of aa order of rale to inc direi-ted from the district court of Carter county Nebraska miil r and by virture of a decree of forecloanra rendered la mid court on Mny 4th 1S95 In furor of Frank Ifagermttn Janie E Lombard and Sanford B Baud as trustee plaintiffs and ayatnet Alln-rt w Snvi’i r el at ins defendonts 1 have levied upon ibe following deserUied 'real estate situated in said Custer county Nob to-wit: Nw54 sec 9 tp 18 n:o 18 w B p m And I will on tbo 14th day of Sept tKW at lb fo'clork u m atlbe cart front door of the court bourn in the eitv ”f Broken Row Nebr In paid cmmty sell ieaM feat Cetutc lit public mic-lion lo the highest bidder for cash In bund lo satisfy tbo amount rdjudyed l o be a lien upon said lutiii as follows due lo the jibllntiffa $0)185 with in taros t from Way Kb ttlfli at 10 per coat per annum atul coals and-accruing costs Dated Ibis rh d-iy of Aogun 189U T A LEISURE Sheriff lly C T Orr Dcuty Flrn publlcatlon day of Aug 1RKI rnlalliT A Alexander Attysfor ' i 'onooi-siia k'i-n

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