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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1894.
THE COUNTRY NEWS
MANY INTERESTING ITEMS OF NEW8.
Furnished by Oar Able Crps t
Country correspondent, Espec
ially forlth Headers of The Chief
After a fw days absence from this
thriving little city we are permitted
to again walk upon its holey sidewalk,
and gazo upon the smiling counte
nances of the many energetic and suo
ocflsful business men that so gladly
welcome a heavy moneyed man,
that we can now go in their midst
without the inward fear of boing
branded tho only wayfaring Campbell
ito. Blessed are they that do worship
for thoirUodly idol failed to find their
tabernacle last Sunday and is now re
eonnoitering in other fields.
Our old friend and classmate, 0. W.
Fuller is suffering severely with some
thing liko erysipe'n.
Wm. Hurd and fix-Postmaster Ward
were putting the finishing touches on
Red Dockin's new residence this week.
Dad Paul sajs there is so much
friotion west that it draws his whole
person clear to Red Cloud every Sun
day. Capt. Blain positively. declines to
join tho commonweal until 0. F. and
unolo Todd send in their resignations.
We are informed that business is
slowly on the move, if the farmer did
not go to the postoffioo occasionally
there would be no ocoasion for them
to leavo thoir wicked homes and enter
this holey city 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 county, G. W. Hagor,
is crowded with work.
Father Storoy, our boss liveryman,
is constantly ou the drive,
J. Best is still buying corn by the
bushel and hogs by tho pound.
Emory Fawoett, we are glad'.to see,
is making a sucoess at raising thor
oughbred Poland China pigs.
Fuller & Good are troating tbeir
largo store building to a new ooat of
paint whioh adds to its appearance,
and ia an outward expression of their
J, II. Brown, proprietor of the oily
kntni i'a nnt. a. hoar as Bouio try to
mako it appear, but he has got a ma-
chine to catch their pigs and John
knows it too.
It is rumored thtt our stook men,
Albright & Crane, aro in litigation
with som Z eastern capitalists that
have attached tbeir entiro possca-
M. J. Turner, our all around ruitlor
in putting on city airs to tho extent of
Tir. Price' weens mi-i mw-wr
We will offer our entire line ol dry goods at cost.
EVERYTHING" WILL -
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 $3300 Worth
of well Assortd Staples,
And wil be disposed of as fast as cost price will sell them. Jf 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 cider, pop and ioe
G. A. Harris has been vary success
ful in the 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 groceryman
and keeps the best lino of goods.
Dr. mil is still with us and drives
out of town every time ho has a call.
J.tiD. Storey, our accommodating
demnorutio postmaster is enjoying a
good drug trado and is soiling spring
wall paper by the baskotfull.
Father Buokles is making some
nioe 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, dep
uty head counoil of theModern Wood
men, has boon in tho oily sove'ral da)s
organizing a camp. Ho informs us
that, he organised a large camp at
Upland and will go to Lawronco next
As our limo is limited wo will give
you the particular personals aftor tho
Weathor fine and news soarco.
Farmers are busy planting corn.
Belle Aubushon is convalescing
under tho skillful oare of Dr. Moran
villc. The entortainmont at Penny oreok
was a grand success.
Rev. Heaton preaohed to a largo
congregation at Pleasant Dale last
William VanDyke has returned
homo after a week's visit to friends
in Hull county, and reports tho small
grain looking fino,
Mrs. Ida Foutz of Guide Rock Sun
day cd withhor parents.
A. Akers has commenced to plant
Mrs. Tom Anderson is still number
ed with tho siok.
The Sorgenson boys havo purchased
a spotted ponoy.
Miss L. Michael Bundajod with her
sister Mrs. W. K. Bean.
Mrs. Harvey was the gueBt of Mrs.
0. R. Pitney 8unday.
W. K. Bean was in our community
on business Tuesday.
Link Kelso looks liko a boy once
wore he has shaved off his mustache
Josoph Holmes and Jessie Roigle
wero out horae-baob riding Sunday,
Mr. Rounds was around selling
medioine in our neighborhood one day
Wm. Andrews and Kid Clutter at
tended preaohing at Cathorton last
Mr. and Mrs, J. Bean and daughter
wero the guests of K. Bean or Cowles
Saturday, April 22, 1894.
Joe Pavoleok 6ays .it was not his
fault that he did not get married.
Thcro was a slight mistako in our
item last weok Miss Daisy Wilson is
In a radius of five miles of Otto
there is over twonty five bachelors.
Fall whoat is looking fino, oats are
coming up nicely and ryo has com
menced to joint.
Mr. Jargeson and family were in
our neighborhood visiting last Sun
day. Mrs. Frank Lindsay of Rod Cloud
and Mrs. Smelser of Riverton were
callers of thoir parents Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. Hansen's team ran away the
other day and ranjtlirough a wi re fono
threo different times, outting ono of
tho horses very badly whilo tho other
one csoaped uninjured.
Several of tho young and old folks
attended tho spelling school at dis
trict GG last Thursday. Claudo Do
vaugh was champion spoiler.
Quito a number aro having prairie
broken this spring. Mont.
Winton was in Hebron
fid McCuao is having his house
Mrs. Delia Tennant was visiting
her parents Wednesday.
Mr. Coplin and children were in
Guido Rock last week.
Mr. D. F. Tennant is expeotcd
home from Missouri this week.
Tho wedding bells will Boon ring
for a coming wedding in our neighbor
Mr. and Mrs. Tonnant wore visiting
at Inavalo with Mr. Woiderman who
is yery siok.
Most of tho Crooked oreek pcoplo
went to Red Cloud Sunday to hear
Mr. Putman preach his farewell ser
mon. Earl Tennant has been helping his
brother Bert who has been in Inavalo
tonding his father-in-law who has
been very siok but is rapidly recover
ing. Mrs. Stern aud Mrs. Dercon from
Cowlcs wero visiting with Mrs. Ten
nant last week,
Thero are prospects of a good fruit
orop this year the trees are loaded
fid Dickson is through plowing for
corn for this season. Ed is a rustler.
Mrs. Montford from Kansas was
visiting with Mrs. Tennant last week.
Guy Tennant and Paul Dickson are
quite experts with tho gun tbey wont
to the river Saturday and shot quite
a number of duoks,
Mrs. Lillie MoKcighan was visiting
with Mrs, Tennant last weak.
A nloo rain Thursday evening and
everything looki spring like again.
Rev. G. W. Uummol preached ot
Mt. Hope the 22. Wo woleomo him
back and wish him much suocoss.
T jJ-lv is busy planting corn.
Miss Lizzie ''iirin visited her
friond Miss Lizzio Slaby of lie ' Cloud
The party at Mr. Raylston's was
very muoh enjoyed by all prcasant.
Georgo Johnson is breaking prairio
for Mr. Lcadcrbrand.
Mr. and Mrs, Sipp visited at Mr.
Albert Sorivners Sunday.
There was a danco at 0. W. Barrett's
Thursday evening, all report a good
Miss May Barrott is visiting her
friend Miss Lulu Chamberlain of Red
Cloud this week.
Mis. Mary Ackorman is homo again
after quite a stay in Red Cloud,
On Tuesday tho 24th. Willio Mount-
ford was eloven yoars old and in honor
of the event his mama gavo him a
pleasant party. All tho folks went
homo fcoling thoy had spent a day
long to bo remembered and wo wish
him many such happy birthdays.
News id scarce now days evorybody
is too busy to talk about his neighbor.
She click of tho cheokrower is heard
The wheat crop don't look very
promising at tho present.
How stylish our neighbors are get
ting to bo; Mr. Loekhart and Cowley
each have a now organ.
Mr. L. M. Crabill and family of Red
Cloud woro visiting at D. II. Larriek.s
last Sunday and attended churoh at
fi. M. F. Grubb and father wero
visiting a fow days in Holstino last
Good morning Mrs M. bayo you
mado any garden yet? Nothing but
planting onions. Mrs, X. havo you
cleaned houso yct7 Is tho song of
tho'femalo salutation in tho country
at this timo, Hanh.
Wo aro still wanting rain.
Somo of tho early farmers are plant
Banker MoLaughlen drove to Rod
Mr. J. Pashby lost a fino cow the
first of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. John Croccr wero at
Bluo Hill Saturday.
Gullen Bros, froo show wbb well
attended Monday evening.
W. B. Ilouiclioldor transacted busi
ness in Bluo Hill Saturday.
P. J. Johnson living south of town
is having his houso painted.
Tho gentle thowcrs of late is mak
ing the email grain look fine.
Quito a number of Campbell people
wero in town this week doing trading.
Mr. Aploy's son returned to his
home at Brcening this stato last
0. fi. Hicks and wife and James
Burden and wifo spent Sunday after
noon at Fred Kauffinan's.
Quiifl a. number from town attonded
tho sohool exhibition at Prairio Gem
school house Friday ovoning.
Tho Baptist suppor was a yory fluo
affair and tho ladies' felt well repaid
for thoir efforts. Proceeds $35.
Bladen is never behind, her mer
chants are always in tho front, Fino
"Wyandot" oalioo oan be found at one
of tho stores.
Guide Rook Ib improving as a new
storo of merchandise has boon added
to the already long list of stores.
.Tho -public sohool sohoolars and
teachers celebrated Arbor day by
planting trees in tho foronoon and
going to river fishing in tho afternoon.
Tiro wagon loads of the moflt promi
nent young peoplo of Guide Rock
took possession of Mr. Heed's resi
dence ono night last weok and passed
a joyous evening with gamos and
The two pugliislp, Vandiver and
Guy, met under a protest to fight to a
finish, and as the lights went out the
seconds could not see to oall time
also spectators barred and finance
being minus, both wear tho bolt.
Miss Bortha Shepbard Sundayed in
If you want a first class wheel call
on Prof, Pearly Roland.
Inquire what new ordor has come
into town, wo notico a new badge of
three links on ono young man's coat.
Tho young school tcaohers, 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 siok last week,
but is somo bettor at the present
Tho motlior of Isaac Tuylor his
been visiting him from Bluo Hill.
Miss Lou Orr is quito siok, and is
undor tho caro of Dr. Hall of Cowlcs.
J. W. Smith and Joo Vance mark
eted hogs in Guide Rook last Tuesday.
Dave Fishel and Will Isom woro in
Mt. Clare Monday and bought them a
If nothing happons thero will bo a
fine crop of fruit of all varieties, ox
copt poaches, in this vicinity.
Miss Orpha Pottit, from south of
tho river, was visiting her friend,
Lulu Alban last week.
Quito a serious aeoidont aoeurred
last Sunday night as tho young peo
ple wero returning from tho Epwortb
Leaguo at fiokley church. Charley
nnctt's horse beoame frightened
and started to run. throwing tho oejft
pants (four in number) all out, exoepi
Miss Groonloo of Bluo Hill, who
toadies at Pleasant Dale, who saved
hersolf by jumping. By some mean
fiva Bonnot rccoivod a serious frao
turo of tho lower limb. Tho team
ran into tho baok ond of fid Deoker'l
spring wagon, throwing Kd and his
two sisters out upon tho ground, but
no one was hurt. Alook Monia eaught
the team aftc r it had smashed the bug
gy nearly all to piccos, about a quar
ter of a milo from whero thoy started,
Somo of tho farmers are done plant
Pio plant pio and asparagus ia
adorning everybody's table.
Louio Bowles is ablo to attend
churoh. All hor associates are glad
to soo her restored to health.
Grandma Fishburn is improving
Unolo Wm. VanDyko was visiting
along tho stato lino tho first of the
Georgo Turner was on tho siok list
last week, but was ablo to go to work
Tho prospect for fruit in this vicini
ty is splondid. MoBt every kind of
fruit has cither bloomed' or is in bloom.
Leonard Fagan has been building
wire fenoo for Alva Stanton.
Frank VanDyko made a trip through
this vicinity Sunday and Monday.
J. B. Toland has mado a twenty
two aero hog pasture. Ho thinks
thero is moro monoy in hogs than
News is very scarce I will try and J
write moro next time.
Irregnlarltlts and all those pains and
distressing dlsoaaos poooliar to women are f
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In tho parrot, both uiandiblos of tho
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Money, skill and experience cannot im
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One trial package of Dr. Sawyer's Pas
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P. W. Jacobs ot Lincoln spoke at
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