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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1894.
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THE COUNTRY NEWS
MANY INTERESTING ITEMS OF NEWS.
Famished t Oar AM Corpe of
Country CarrepoaeaU, Bepec
tally ror:tkMeajUra of Tao Chief
After a few days absence from this
thriving little city we are permitted
"' again walk upon its holey eidewalk,
and gaze upen the smiling counte
nances of the many eaergetio and suo
ctssful business men that so gladly
weloemo a heavy moneyed man,
that we eat now go in their midst
without the inward fear of being
branded the only wayfaring Campbcll
ite. Blessed are they that do worship
for thoirGodly idol failed to find their
tabernaole last Sunday and is now re
oonnoitering in other fields.
Our old friend and classmate, 0. W.
Fuller is suffering severely with some
thing like eiysipe'at.
Wm. Hurd and Ex-Postmaster Ward
were putting the finishing touohes on
Bed Dcekin's new residenoe this week.
Dad Paul says there is so much
friotion west that it draws his whole
person cleat to Red Cloud every Sun-
Capt. Blain positively declines to
join the commonweal until 0. F. and
unele Todd send in their resignations.
We art informed that business is
slowly on the move, if the farmer did
not go to the postoffioe occasionally
there would be no occasion for them
to leave their wioked homes and enter
this holey eity at all. Our business
men aro getting so kind and generous
that thoy are delivering goods to tie
extent of ten or twelve miles.
J. L. Fuller is the proud father of
a bran new republican baby,
Our pioneer and best skilled me
chanic in the oounty, G. W. Hager,
is crowded with work.
Father Storey, our boss liveryman,
is constantly ou the drive.
J. Best is still buying corn by tho
bushel and hogs by the pound.
Emory Fawaett, wo are glad'to see,
is making a sucoess at raising thor
oughbred Poland China pigs.
Fuller & Good are treating their
Urge store building to a new ooat of
paint whioh adds to its appoaranco,
and is an outward expression of their
J, H. Brown, proprietor of the eity
hotel, is not a hog as some try to
make it appear, but he has got a ma
chine to catch their pigs and John
knows it too.
It is rumored that our stock men,
Albright & Crane, aro in litigation
with som S esstern capitalists that
havo attached their entire posses
sions. .cy. M. J. Turner, our all around rustler
tVh putting on city airs to the extent of
Dr.'Vrice's Crwun Baking Powder
WeHe's Pair WaWot MeeelMd Ditto
We have decided to go out of the dry goods business in order to give room for a different
line of goods, This will be one of the best opportunities ever ofiered in the city to get
bargains. Our stock consists of,
$3,000 to $3,500 Worth
of viell AssortcJ Staples,
And wil be disposed of as fast as cost price will sell them. If you live within a day's drive
of this city it will pay you to come and see us on and after the above date.
keeping older, pop and ioe cream on
G. A. Harris has been very success
ful in tho mercantile line, notwith
standing the cry of hard times. He
keeps a couple of stand up collar
clerks and a team on the road.
T. Paul is our leading grocoryman
and keeps the best lino of goods.
Dr. Hill is still with us and drives
out of town every timo ho has a call.
J.QD. Storey, our accommodating
demnorutio postmaster is enjoying a
good drug trade and is soiling spring
wall paper by tbe baskotfull,
Father Buoklos is making some
nice improvements on his littlo placo
west of town.
Wm. Good is repairing and making
seme nice improvements on his farm.
Ger. Hamilton of David City, dop
uty head oounoil of theModern Wood
men, has been in the oity several dajs
organising a camp. Ho informs us
that he organised a large camp at
Upland and will go to Lawrence next
As our time is limited we will givo
you the particular personals aftor tho
Weather fine and nows scarce.
Farmers aro busy planting oorn.
Belle Aubushon is convalescing
under tho Bkillful care of Dr, Moran
villo. The entertainment at Penny crook
was a grand suoooss.
Rev. Heaton prcaohed to a largo
congregation at Pleasant Dalo last
William VanDyke has returned
homo after a week's visit to friondp
in Hull oounty, and reports tho small
grain looking fine,
Mrs. Ida Foutz of Guide Rook Sun
day cd with her parents.
A. Akers has oommenocd to
Mrs. Tom Anderson is still number
ed with tho siok.
Tho Sorgonson boys havo purchased
a spotted ponoy.
Miss L. Miohaol Sundaycd with her
sister Mrs. W. E. Bean.
Mrs. Harvey was the guest of Mrs.
0. II. Pitnoy Sunday,
W. E. Bean was in our community
on bucineis Tuesday.
Link Kelso looks like a boy once
more he has Bliaved off his mustnoho.
Joseph Holmes and Jessie Roiglo
wcro out borse-baoh riding Sunday.
Mr. Rounds was around selling
medioine in our neighborhood one day
Wm. Andrews and Kid Gluttor at
tended preaching at Catherton last
Mr. and Mrs. J. Bean and daughter
were the guests of K. Bean of Cowles
We will offer our entire line ol dry
Joo Paveleok says it was not his
fault that ho did not got married.
There was a slight mistake in our
item last wcok Miss Daisy Wilson is
In a radius of fivo miles of Otto
there is over twonty fivo bachelors.
Fall whoat is looking fine, oats are
coming up nicely and ryo haB com
menced to joint.
Mr. Jareson aud family were in
our neighborhood visiting last Sun
day. Mrs. Frank Llndsey of Red Cloud
and Mrs. Smelser of Riverton were
callers of thoir ptronts Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. Hanson's team ran away the
other day and ranjthrough a wi re feno
three different times, outting ono of
tho horses very badly whilo the other
ono esoaped uninjured.
Several of the young and old folks
attended tho spelling sohool at dis
trict GG last Thursday. Claudo Do
vaugh was champion speller.
Quito a number are having prairie
broken this spring. Mont.
Geo. Winton was in Hebron last
Ed McCuao is having his house
Mrs. Delia Tennant was visiting
her parents Wednesday.
Mr. Coplin and children were in
Guide Rook last week.
Mr. D. F. Tennant is expeoted
home from Missouri this week.
Tho wedding bells will soon ring
for a coming wedding in our neighbor
hood. Mr. and Mrs. Tennant were visiting
at Inavalo with Mr. Woiderman who
is yery siok.
Most of tho Crooked creek people
went to Red Cloud Sunday to hear
Mr. Pulman preach his farewell ser
mon. Earl Tennant haB been helping his
brothor Dcrt who has been in Inavalo
tending his father-in-law who has
been very siok but is rapidly recover
ing. Mrs. Storn and Mrs. Dercon from
Cowles wero visiting with Mrs. Ten
nant last woek.
There are prospects of n good fruit
crop this year the trees are loaded
Ed Dickson is through plowing for
corn for this season. Ed is a rustler.
Mrs, Montford from Kansas was
visiting with Mrs. Tonnant last week,
Guy Tennant and Pant Diokson are
quite experts with the gun they went
to the river Saturday and shot quite
a number of ducks.
Mrs. Lillie McKcighan was visiting
with Mrs, Tennant last week,
A nloe rain Thursday evening and
everything Looks spring like again
April 22, 1894.
goods at cost.
Rev. G. W. Hummel preached at
Mt. Hope the 22. Wo woloomo him
baok and wish him much success.
Everybody is busy planting corn.
MIsb Liio Barret visited her
friend Miss Lizcio Slaby of Red Cloud
The party at Mr. Raylston's was
very much enjoyed by all preasant.
Gcorgo Johnson is breaking prairio
for Mr. Leadcrbrand.
Mr. and Mrs. Sapp visited at Mr.
Albert Serivners Sunday.
Thero was a danoo at C. W. Barrett's
Thursday evening, all report a good
Miss May Barrott is visiting her
friend Miss Lulu Chamborlain of Red
Cloud this week.
Mib. Mary Aokorman is homo again
after quito a stay in Red Cloud.
On Tuesday tho 24th. Willio Mount
ford was eleven years old and in honor
of tho ovont his mama gave him a
pleasant party, All the folks went
home feeling they had spent a day
long to bo remembered and wo wish
him many such happy birthdays.
News is soaroe now days everybody
is too busy to talk about bis neighbor.
She cliok of tho oheokrowor is heard
The wheat crop don't look very
promising at tho presont.
How stylish our neighbors are get
ting to bo; Mr. Loekhart and Cewley
each have a new organ.
Mr. L. M. Crabill and family of Red
Cloud wero visiting at D. H. Larrick.a
last Sunday and attended ohuroh at
E. M, F. Grubb and father were
visiting a few days in Holstine last
Good morning Mrs M. bayo you
jnsdo any garden yet? Nothing but
planting onions. Mrs, X. havo you
cleaned house yol? Is tho song of
tho femalo salutation in tho country
at this timo, Hanh.
Wo are still wanting rain.
Some of tho early farmers aro plant
Banker MoLaughlon drove to Rod
Mr. J. Pashby lost a fino cow tbo
first of tho week.
Mr. and Mrs. John Cror.or were at
Bluo Hill Saturday.
Cullen Bros, free show was well
attended Monday evening.
W. B. Householder transacted busi
ness in Blue Hill Saturday,
P. J. Johnson living south of town
is having his house painted.
Tho genile showers of late is mak
ing tho mall grain look fino,
Quite a number of Campbell people
were in town this week doing trading.
Mr. Apley's son returned to his
home at Breening this stato last
0. E. Hioks and wife and James
Burdon and wife spent Sunday after
neon at Fred Kauffman'i.
Quite a number from town attended
tho school exhibition at Prairio Gem
school house Friday evening.
The Baptist suppor was a yory fino
affair and tho ladios' felt woll repaid
for their efforts. Proceeds $35.
Bladen is ncvor behind, hor mer
chants aro always in tho front. Fine
"Wyandot" oalico can bo found at ono
of tho stores.
Guide Rook is improving as a new
-store of mcrohandiso has been added
to the already long list ef stores.
The public school schoolers and
teachers celebrated Arbor day bv
planting trees in tho foronoon and
going to river fishing in the afternoon.
Two wagon loads of the most promi
nent young people of Guide Rock
took possession of Mr. Reed's resi
dence ono night last week and passed
a joyous evening with games and
The two pugilists, Vandiver and
Guy, mot under a protest to fight to a
finish, and as the lights went out the
seconds oould not see to call time
also spectators barred and finance
being minus, both wear tho belt.
Miss Bertha Shepherd Sundayed in
If you want a first class wheel call
on Prof. Pearly Roland.
Inquire what new order has come
into town, wo notico a new badge of
three links on ono young man's coat.
Tho young sohool teachers, big girls
and all went to hang up a May basket
for their best fellow, May 1.
Nearly everybody is planting corn.
Mrs. Isom was quito sick last week,
but is somo bettor at tho present
The mother of Isaao Taylor his
bcon visiting him from Bluo Hill.
Miss Lou Orr is qui'o sick, and is
under tho caro of Dr. Hall of Cowles.
J. W. Smith and Joo Vance mark
eted liogi in Guide Rook last Tuesday,
Davo Fishel and Will Isom wcro in
Mt, Clare Monday and bought them a
If nothing happens thero will bo a
fine crop of fruit of all vjrioties, ex
cept poaohes, in this vioinity,
Miss Orpha Pot tit, from south of
tho river, was visiting hor friend,
Lulu Alban last week,
Quito a serious acoident aocurrcd
last Sunday night as tho young peo
ple wero returning from tho Epworth
League at Eokley ohuroh, Charley
" nnctt's horse booamo frightened
and started to run, throwing tho oeou
pants (four in number) all ont, exoept
Miss Grccnlco of Bluo Hill, who
tcaohcB at Pleasant Dale, who saved
hcrso'.f by jumping. By somo means
Hva Bonnet received a sorious frao
turo of tho lowor limb, Tho toam
ran into tho baok ond of Ed Decker's
spring wagon, throwing Ed and his
two sisters out upon tho ground, but
no one was hurt. Aleck Monla caught
the team aftt r it had smashed the bog'
gy nearly all to picoos, about a quar
ter of a mllo from whero thoy started.
Somo of tho farmors are dono plant
Pio plant pio and asparagus is
adorning everybody's table.
Louio Bowles is ablo to attend
ohuroh. All her associates are glad
to sec her restored to health.
Grandma Fishburn is improving
Undo Wm. VanDyke was visiting
along tho stato lino the first of the
Gcorgo Turner was on the siok list
last week, but was able to go to work
The prospeot for fruit in this vioini
ty is splondid, Most every kind of
fruit has cither bloomed or is in bloom.
Leonard Fagan has been building
wiro fonoo for Alva Stanton.
Frank VanDyke mado a trip through
this vicinity Sunday and Monday.
J. B. 'Poland has mado a twenty
two aero hog pasturo. Ho thinks
thoro is moro monoy in hogs than
Nows is very scarce. I will try and
write moro next timo.
Irregnlarities and all those poind and
distressing dUeaaoa poonliar to women are
cured by Dr. Sawy or'a Pastilles. Mild yet
a powerful honlor. Bold by DeXo k Grite.
In tho parrot, both mandibles of the
beak aro movable.
Monoy, skill and experience cannot lm
prove Dr, Sawyer's Pastills for dtseasca
paooliar to women. Srndto your druggist
for free sample. Sold by Deyo & Grloe
Elophanta on land and whales in tho
sea nro tho longest lived animals,
All that money, oxperlenoe, skill and
peraervoranoo can do haajicen done I at he
preparation and manufacture of Dr. Saw
yer's Pastilles for ladios. Deyo k Grlee
Grows will steal young chickens at
clovorly as hawks.
One trial paoknge of Dr. Sawyer's Pas
tillos will prove to any lady that tho
remedy ia what she want and will aura
her. Try a sample. Deyo & Qrice.
The inon in nil tho minos in Contralia '
III , will go out next Tuesday.
One trial will do more to convince yon
of the merits of Dr. Sawyer's Pastille
than all we can say, Ladios, try a sample
paokage, Sold by Deyo & Qrice.
Winchester, Va., was visited by an-
other $100,000 Hre yesterday.
Mrs, Brown Your neighbor mar ha
oured by Dr. Sawyer's Pastilles, bat yarn
will never know how much good they will
do yon until yon try them, Doyo 4 Grloe.
A strlko will bo declared by 26,000
union painters in Chicago.
Pleasant, safe, harmless, invigorating,
rtstoring, healing and enratlve, ia what
ladies will find Dr. Sawyer's Pastilles are.
Try a sample paekago. Deyo & Oriot.
The orop reports from Dakota are
Painless, healing, restoring, harmless,
Invigorating, enratlve, reconstrncting and
rebuilding are facts of Dr. Sawyer's Pas
tilles. Sold by Deyo & Qrice.
The Standard Cattlo company, in
Dodge county will raise 700 acres of sugar
boots this year.
Yon will nevsr know' positively what a
wonderful remedy Dr. Sawyer's Family
Cere is nntill yon try it. It will cure yon
of a soar stomaoh,
P. W. Jacobs of Lincoln spolto tit Cloy
Contor Friday night in fuvor of a mod
Dr. Sawyer'e Family Cure It not only
relieves; it cures. It is suitable to all
ages and every member of the family.
Try a free sample. Sold by Deyo A Qrice.
Italy ia acting with great firmness for
the suppression of all unlawful demon
strations on May Day.
It not only will please yon, bat you wilt
use nothing else'after trying it.- Ve refer
to Dr, Sawyer's Family Cure, Ask your
druggist for free sample. Deyo & Qrloe.
A Russian student at Thorn East
Prussia was arostod for making sketches
of tho fort works,
Dr. Sawyer's Family Cure inrgorates,
strengthens, rooaperates, rebuilds ceitorra
and brings new life. Ask yon druglst for
a free sample, Sold by Deyo k Qrice,
Tho doraocratic gerrymander of Illi
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