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FEB. 14 !
Have You Friends ?
r4P It so, remember them with
We ijave 'etri,
The nicest ever came to town.
Well, yes ! We have taken
pains to have them here
i on time.
The Duskard revival at the Wagon
er sohool house, closed Wednesday
night, whioh brought one soul on the
Tho danoe at SkagRS Tuesday
night was well attended and a pleas
ed time reported. Prof. Skaggs and
Duo Wolfe furnished music.
Ohys. Throckmorton and Mrs. John
Wag?ner of Kaosss, were visiting the
family of H. 0. Wolf this week.
George Amaok's, baby is very sick
with lung fever. Dr, Damerell is
The lyoeum at Lost oreek school
louy every Thursday night is well at
tcnaVd and are run in good shape.
Red ( i ottd,
The question for discussioa February
7th is resolved, that all lotietious lit
erature should be abolished.
Cutting wood is the order of the
day, and every man has taken a tin
ber claim this cold snap.
Jim Amack is going to ship a oar
load of steers next week, fattened on
Preaching at the M. E. church every
two weeks by Rov; Blaokwell after
which wo understand a revival will
News is scarce, and ac this is our
first writing will write more next time.
YAO II ARIAS,
Dr. Price's Creaai Baldsg Pewler
A Pare Qraea Creaai tf Tartar FtwStr.
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Wkrstkr County. Neb., Friday. February
Frank VanDyke lias returned
Itusel count Kansas.
Iko Grcwoll is putting np ice
Tho school in No. 8 is doing nicely.
Miss Nettie Hummel teaolicr.
James Wall of Reatmvlllo was visit
ing old friends in Lino last week.
Mert Fern is taking in stookers to
pasture this vreek.
Rev. Simms was in Lino one day
last wnek looking after drouth ouffcrs.
Mr, Guthrio lost a horse last week.
Rev. Hummel was distributing aid
to tho suffers of Lino
Divine seivioos at Penny ereok
sohnol house, every Sunday evening
at 7:30 p ni.
Amos Oust and John Marsden are
going to farm tho Marsden ranoh tho
Some of tho farms will not be
farmed this year, on aocount of
ono to farm them.
Anytondeuoy to premature baldness
may be promptly cheeked by the use of
Ay er"a Hair Vigor. Don't delay till the
aoalp is bare and the hair-roots destroyed.
If you would realize the best results, be.
gin at onoe with this invaluable prepara
tion. Pleasant Dale.
The storms still continues in these
Mr. Maynard and Mr. Guthrie took
their stalk home from the ranoh as
tho old grass is anowed under and
they can't live on water alone.
There was a spelling school at
Pleasant Dale Friday night there were
two young ladies there that walked
quito a wajs and we thought all for
nothing as they would not spell, but
thoy knew, and to did Earn? and hid.
, Lou Haskins is putting up ice.
John Marsden started alter his
borso last Thursday.
Lou Sudderlaw was in these parts
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Is this blizzard going to quit we
have had enough, thank-you.
Mr. Jones who has been keeping
boarding hall in North Branoh have
moved baok to their farm.
Miss Ella Watt was in Red Cloud
There was a taffy pull at Mr. Jones'
last Saturday night. Everybody had
a good time.
Sadie Arrants is visiting ber sister
Mrs. Stiokley of Guide Rook.
Mrs. 8tanton has boen holding re
vival meetings at Oak oreek. Her
labor was rewarded by geart suooess.
Loren Stanley who has been away
in the south-eastern part of the state,
has come baok. Glad to see him.
Miss Melvie YanDyko was a pleas
ant caller on Mr. Toland's girls one
evening last week.
Quito a spell of winter weather and
most every one eojoyes setting by the
If the sign is true the ground hog
saw his shadow, look out for six weekB
more of winter.
Mrs. J. L. Graves visited at Mr.
Barrett's on Thursday.
J. T. 8tons made a business trip to
The revival meetings oloted Friday
the weather was so eold that people
could net attend.
Rev. Horton is on the sick list.
Clay Weaver was baok on a short
visit last week sad returned to Roek
county, where be will remain until
the Irst of Maroh.
T. flamer and 0. Steffin went to
Smith Center on business Saturday,
Mr. Myers' nephew from Norton
eeunty, Kaa., is visiting him.
F. Rearer and G. Million have re
turned from their trip to Okla.
Miss Lizzie- Barrett is much better
nd able to ba around at this writinp.
John Collins spent a fuw days with
Mr. J. Hillings last neck.
CIibs. Barrett and wife visited at
Mr. Sapp's Saturday.
L. Francis has rented tho MoMurry
farm for the coming yoar.
Mary Ackormnii is visiting her undo
S. C. Johnson this week,
The Chief go's h ro aqain Satur
day. Quod for The Chirk,
Miss Emma Barrett returned to lied
Cloud Monday after a visit nt home.
C. II. Perry spent Monday with his
father of lied Cloud. Sin.
O. W. O. Hardman, Sheriff of Tyler
Co,, W. Va., appreciate n good thing and
does not hesitate to nay so. He was al
moat prostrated with a cold when he pro
enrod a bottle of Cn mberlain'a Cough
Remedy. Be says: "It ga?e me prompt
relief. I find it to be an Invaluable re
medy for coughs and colds." For sate
by Deyo Orlce.
News is scarce this weok,
Moro snow and ioe.
A crowd of the little ones went to
the river skating Sbturday. They
had an enjoyable timo notwithstand
ing four of thorn disappeared but on
inquiring of thoir whereabouts thoy
wero diBoovored at the seotiou house
koeping the stove warm.. Jack says
ho wasn't in that crowd. Who did
you say you wero waiting for Bill?
A fine time was enjoyed st the ball
at Med Uurd's Friday evo. What did
you do with your napkin Charl.
Morgan is in it yet wo see.
Ed had a small aooident Friday
night but no damage done.
Brown is collecting board bills this
week. Wo refused him our shooting
irons for fear bo would do bodily
C. L. Fuller and A. L Hildreth
have joined foroos. You will hence
forth find their correspondence under
the name of Brig and Greoian.
The snow is quite doep on country
We hope to se our R. 0. friends
out to the big wolf hunt next Thurs
Wind and dust Wednesday.
Panl Dickson spent Sundsy at home.
John Holsworth sad Archie Martin
have given up making their skating
Oliver Hedge was a caller at Mr.
Sam Smith is tslkingof going south.
Chas. Teanant spent this week st
The wolf hunt of Tuesday was a
Sam Smith has got the only eutter
in the neighborhood
Stock Suffered considerable during
Chris Reiher is busy nowadays
taoking on half-soles.
Mrs. Tennast and Miss Hunter were
in town Saturday.
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward
for any case of Catarrh that oannet bo
cured by Hall's Catarrh Car.
F. J. OHENET k CO., Props. Toledo, 0.
We the undersigned hate known F. J.
Cheney for the but 15 years, and believe
him perfectly honorable in all basinets
transaotioa and financially able to cavry
out any obligation made by halrflra.
West Troax, Wholesale JDrogglttt. To
ledo, O., Welding, Kianan Marvin,
Wholesale Drugglttt,,Toledo, O.
Ball's Catarrh Core ia taken internally
noting directly upon the blood and ma
oona surface of the system. Frloe 7So.
per bottlff. Bold by all druggist. Tes
Geo, Barns is able to be out again.
Mr. Cook of Indianapolis, Ind., was
vjsitiag his abler Mrs, Bart Shirley
Wo failed to mention last wock the
arrival of Miss Addio Robmoa daugh
ter of D. II. Robinson.
Wo understand John Ilagan and
Luoy Blaokwell wore married on Sun
Mr. Lutnm has returned from his
trip, after hauling his furnituro all
over Missouri, and a part of Kansas,
without finding a location to suit him.
Mr. Albin is building a new gran
ary so ho can lock up his feed to keep
out sneak thieves hereafter.
People aro beginning to find ont
that they can't winter shoals on oold
water and Iresn air as thcro aro a
great many of them dying sinoe the
We notico a great many farmers
aro about out of feed, and if tho
wcalhcr eontinuos severo through the
month of February and Maroh the
hido man will do a thriving business.
Verily, Webster oounty can stand two
or throe moro drouths. Simpson
8. H. Clifford, Mew Cattle, Wis., waa
troubled with neuralgia and rheumatism,
his atomaoh was disordered, his liver waa
affeoted to an alarming degree, appetlto
fell away and he waa terrible reduced in
flesh and strength. Three bottlea of Elec
tric Bitters oured him.
Edward Shepherd, Harriaburg, III., had
a running aore en hia leg of aight years'
standing. Used three bottles of Eleotria
Blttera and aeven boxes of Buoklen a Ar
nlea Balve and hia leg is aoand and well.
John Speaker, Catavaba, 0., had ere
large fever aores on kls leg, doctora said
he was ineorable, One bottle Electric
Bitters and one box Baoklen's Arnica
Balve cured him entirely. Sold by C. L.
I thought I would drop a few
to your valuable paper for tho
Quite a blizzard on the 31st.
..(L Rosensrans was .very siek but
Mrs. Cursey is improving slowly.
Mrs. Coval has boen sick with the
Bill Williams has taken his stook
south to winter.
Issso Pardun got a barrel of cloth
ing and some money from Illinois; s
thinks it earns in good play.
Thomas Homer Is in our midst again
snd he says he has rented a farm close
to Blue Hill; he can't give up old Ne
Mr. Cursey's are trying to out up
all the wood on Walnut Creek. Alf
has got 15 eords of wood nut at this
writing; we think he will not freeze.
The grand wolf hunt last week
wound up with a quail and a Jaekrab
bit hunt Try it again boys.
There waa a wolf seen on the road by
G. M. Umphenour is cutting wood
on Samnel Heaton'a plaoe.
You ought to know this: DeWitt's
Witch Haxle Balve will heal a burn and
ot pthe pain instantly. It will earo bad
ly chapped hands, ugly woaads, aores,
and a well known care for piles,
Oar ino west,bor has oaught a oold
and the result was qnito a blizzard.
Miss Marker's sohool on lower Wal
nut oreek has just elosed; Bhe has
guided the unruly urohins far four
Hsy is getting to be in good de
mand in this vioioity, bo muoh that it
takes wings in the night and flies
Mr. Sibert is on the siek list by
ressen of a seyere oold eaught during
the severe weather.
Miss Pksba Wolford is staying with
her sister, Mrs. Ray, and is attendiig
sohool ia district No. 70.
Mr. Heatoa has beea hauling core
A oroam of tartar baking powder
Highest of all in leavening strength
Latest United Status Govoronioat
Royal Baking Powder J.
! Wall HI.. N. .
home from Rod Cloud.
There was a spelling sohool on Fri
day of last week at which an enjoy
able time wot had.
Mr. Norris wan unfortuniatn in hay
ing a valuablo horso so severely eutoa
the wire that it had to be killed.
Sam Mountford also Inst a horse
from the same cause, and hsd another
Mr. Yatiderbcrg has again beeeme
a citizen of Walnut Creek by moving
baok on his turn. City life did not
seemtnagren with him.
Sunday sohool in district No. 9 is
held every Sunday afternoon with a fair
attendance. Preaching by Rev. Bltok- '
well every alternate Sabbatb.
A tJirl Makes fill 9. 1 tn s
I read in jour valuable ppr how
one of your subscribers made money
in the plating business, but I eaa
beat that and I am only a irirl. I seat
and got the new Gray I Inter and
cleared $212 16 in one month Can
any of your readers beat tlii? Yea
oan get spoons, forks snd jewelry te
plate at every house Sum- big arti
cles I sent and had plated at the fac
tory. There in plonty .f work to do
both in tho oily and country, and why.
should any person ba poor and out of
employment when suoh an opportunity
is at hand. Anyone eaa get my plat
er by writing to Gray A Co. Plating
Works, Columbia, Ohio. Tbey de all
kinds of plating sad will teaeh tie
art. My plater has a lathe, wheels,
tools and materials for polishing a
nioe little work shop I hope zej
experienoe will help other.
Aaetker Arkansas Traveler
We see by T Chief that Mr. W.
H, Fuller has again landed ia the
swamps of Arkansas and when he
lives there awhile ho will wish for hia
old home ia Nebraska where he eaa
get one more good breath of fresh air.
I have lived just where Mr. Feller
lives, nesr Carlisle. I wasted and
thought I bad struok a paradict, hat
came nearer fading it when I struok
Red Cloud than when in Arkansas.
If this don't Ind the waist basket I
will tell you the rest another lime.
Mas. Annib Phby. ,
Warning to Expectant... i
Kin Internal reoMdles arefeetMekBt-
Mrtk.etc.. and'wlUi wonderful neonaiaVi
i eney to regulate BBMtnwuo. uobsbmi
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arauon aaepiea ior
It U only by persistent urtuui. Weot-S
meat wnue eaeieaw, uv i"a "l1
eotteatnsallthe parts., thav tho hour of
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