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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 5, 1895)
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I'nriner arc busy sowing oats and
60IH0 spring wheat.
S. Hillings end wife were visiting
their old friend: and neighbors here
Mrs. C. W. Curt Im is very sick.
S. C. Johnson has rented M. 11
a Bentloy's place this jonr.
Tlierc wni n daneo at John Peter
son 's Fridav night.
Miss Mny U trrrtr is visiting Miss
Lulu Chamberlin in Hcd Cloud this
Kd Mountlord w.aa kicked by one
of his mules thr other day.
D1 F. L Smith pill, his oats in with
the press drill, winch is the proper
Last Thursday tlio wind yecred and
brought back 'omc of the soil that
went Bouth on the Gib of February.
Mr. Withiuuton, county surveyor,
was in (ho north part of the county
last week, surveying for J. M. Brown
S. V. Scrivnor has made a roller.
He intends to have his ground in good
oliapo this year for eroding.
Mrj. Davis' brother is hero on a
School in Dist. No. 90 will closo a
seveu months' term next Friday, with
4 a spelling lohuol in the evening.
Sunday-school at Mt. Hope every
Sunday and League in the ovening.
Two Live Saved.
Phoebe Thomns, of Junction City
111., wni told by hur doctor elio I mil con
sumption nud that thoro wns no hopo for
her, bnt two bottles Dr. King's Now Dis
covery completely cureel her nnd she Bays
it saved hur life. Nr. Thos. I'(jjors, lJlli
Florida St. Sun Frnnciaco, suffered from
H dreadful cold, approaching consumption
tried witliont result everything cist' than
bought one. bnttlo of Dr. Kind's New
Discovery nnd in two weeks was cured.
He in naturally thankful. It is such re
sults ns these that proo the wonderful
eflicnoy of this medicine in coughs nnd
colds. Free trial bottles at C. L. Cotting's
drugstore. Itcgnlur size JiOc. nud $1.00.
Farmers are busy propnring for a
Mr. lloaton has erected a tank and
proposes to raise a garden, rain or no
i There was a basket supper in Dist.
Mo. 9. for the benefit of tho Sunday
Mrs. Kay ha3 somo vegetables al
Tho new owners of tho Skein farm
have given their tenants instructions
to plow up part of the orchard.
Mr. Walters, from near Bclviderc,
1' has moved outo the Bcelcr place.
The grip is abroad and there ate a
great number or people suffering its
A few of tho friends of Mr. Smith
assembled at tho Ranch the 2d inst.,
it being tho 52d anniversary of that
gentleman's birth. An cnjovablo
tlmo was had until tho weo small
hours. Among tho guests was Kd
ward lleaton, it being his 21st anni
versary. ii i- i m
Elliot Hughes has moved to Hardy.
Mr. Deno was visiting at Mr. Har
Karl Tcnnant spont Sunday at
Mr. Chapin was visiting at Hardy
Mr. Burdick and wife were visiting
Lt Mr. I'lolsworth's Saturday,
Kmmct Tennant is learning tho
Mr. Kudina and family were visit
ing in this neighborhood Sunday,
Mrs. James Holsworth was visiting
it her parents' Sunday.
Emmet TonBant has traded for a
. ' t ' ' ' '. . ' - .,---
buguy, and now I Mipposo he will
wan' notiio of our young damsels to
go riding with him.
I 'al I pram is looking line in this
Guy Tennant was in Cowlcs Fiiday.
We understand ihcio is to be a
doublo wedding in our neighborhood.
Mrs McCuno was visiting at her
parents' lust week.
Jin. Tennant and sons were in
Guide Hock last week.
There was a party at Mr. Hedge's
Friday evening. A largo crowd was
present and all report a uood time.
North hide Elatlii.
Some of tho farmers are through
sowing oats, and somo will not -sow
until It rains.
Mr. Harvey is very sick with the
Preaching at Pleasant Prairie every
Sunday by Miss Bon. ('omc and
hear her next Sunday at 11 o'clock.
The poor farm school closed Mnreh
flOtb, Miss Maud Orchard teacher.
Frank Bean Sundaycd at Emory
Bean's laH Sunday.
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Report of school in Dist. No. 70
Number of dnjs taught. 20.
Aver.tce attendance, 14.
Total number enrolled, 18.
Number not tardv, lit.
Not turdy or absent: Mollio llcesc,
Deportment, 90 or above: Mollio
Reese, Phobo Wolford. Frank Sibcrt.
During the last week there wore 17
names on tho roll, IIS oi whom were
compelled to stay out on account of
la grippe. N. L. D. Smith,
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Quite chungablc weather.
There is several sick at present.
Mies Itessio Cookrall was visiting
her sister near Cowlcs last week.
Anthony Green and another gen
tleman from near Bluo Hill arc baching
in tho littlolog cabin near tho mill.
Sylvester Frisbie canto homo Satur
day and was taken sick and was un
ablo to return to his school.
Jessie Cockrall is visiting near Blue
Mrs. I. Frisbio is not much hotter
Mrs. 6, W. Baker has been suffer
ing with la grippo and neuralgia for
tho past week but is slowly improving
at this writing.
Tho Amboy Sunday-school is still
Frank Frisbio was in Red Cloud
Mrs. Fraso is on tho siok list.
John Holcomb and wife havo moved
out on tho farm again.
Thero is more Catarrh iu this section
of tho country than nil other diseases put
togother, and until the last few years was
supposed to be incurable. For a great
many years dootors pronounced it a local
disease and prescribed local remedies and
by constnuMy failing to euro with local
treatment, pronouncod it incurable.
Science bus proven aatarrh to be a on
Btitutionnl disease and therefore requires
constitutional treatment, nail's Catarrh
Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney &.
Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only eoustitution-
al euro on the market. It is taken inter
nally Iu doses from 10 drops to a tea
spooHfnl. It aots directly on tho blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Thoy otter one hundred dollars for any
case it fails to cure, Sonel for circulars
and testimonials. Address,
F. J. CI1ENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
tarSold by Druggists, 7.
Warren Denny is on tho sick list.
Ed. Goble is working for C. Molly.
Geo. Barnes is baching with Dave
Red Cloud. Wkhstkr County.
I). II. Robinson is ejuitu poorly
Itojd Vance has lrul tho scarletina
but is improving.
Mr. Huntington late of Guide Huck
will farm the Wilson place.
Miss Day will teach tho Pleasant
Ridgo school the spring term.
Mrs. Oijilvie Ins been quite sick.
Mr. Grccnalgh has had the scarleti
na but is on the road to recovery at
Mary Croier spent a few days near
Rod Cloud visiting her sister Mrs. J.
Konzack last week.
Sam Guble will soon go to Sracuso
this statu to visit his sister.
Mr. IjC from near Guide Hock was
visiting his friend D. II. Holinson Inst
Sunday and attended churoh at KtAly.
Mhs Iinhoir a returned missionary
from Japan will lecture at Kcklcy
Woduesdiy evening this week.
Died, at the rcsidenco of. his par
ents, of inll dilution of the bowels, on
April 2, 1811.), Willie, only son of Mr.
aud Mrs A. H Sprachcr aged about
14 j ear. Willie was a favorite at
school and the pridu of his parents.
Ho was converted to Christanity last
fall and united with thu M. K church
at Kckley. His parents aud three
sisters who are left to mourn his sud
den departure havo tho sympathy of
the cntiro community. The funeral
was conducted by Hey. Seymour at
Maple Gtovc Slrii'dON.
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Farmers are bus sowing oats.
Rev. J. T. Milncr of Lincoln is
back to his old homo again. Ho is
going to mako his home with his
daughter Mrs. Kcrshucr.
Tho Good Templars of this place
gave an entertainment last Saturday
night it was a grand success fully two
hundred people attended. The char
acter.1) all acted their parts well and
received hearty applauso, especially
Rev. J. T. Milncr preached Sunday
morning at cloven o'clock.
Rev. Hummel is still holding meet
ings at Plamviow. Tho house is
crowded every uight, about forty havo
Rcubiu Hanks visited with friends
on Oak creek Sunday.
Tho Y. P. S. 0. E. will hayo caster
exorcises consisting of eastcr songs
readings and recitations instead of the
regular Endeavor meeting,
Mr. Herman Bloom was thrown
fram a horse and rjuito badly hurt.
A small sprinkle of rain blessed the
peoplo north of town one day last
D. R. Carpenter is moving into the
house recoutly vaoated by Mr. Mor
D. J. Best is recovering slowly from
the effcots of a surgical oporation.
A, Good was in town last week vis
Wo admire the poot on Elm creek.
He is a modern Bobby Bums.
A tine program at tho lyceum wob
enjoyed by all Friday evening.
Polly Hall will now be found among
the renawned Cowles brass band.
Brown says ho thought Friday
night was Hallowe'en,
This section of the world is in need
of a good rain,
Wo woider how a young man at
Gardenvalo fan remain in such obsou
rity when ho has suoh literary tastes.
Any ono wishing horses broke can
do well to call on J. H. Brown pro
prietor of the Central houso,
Catherton Sunday-school organizes
Nkh., Friday. Ai'rii.
Sowing oats and talking of the sur
vey seems to ho tho order of the day.
Rev. T) sou preached a very inter
esting sermon on Tuesday evening,
his text being ''Looking unto Jesus "
Lizzio Marker closed n very success
ful term ol school in district 2S
Sheriff Hunehu made a lljing trip
through hero Friday last.
We are glad that spring has come
as the farmers arc beginning their
spring work, expecting a good crop.
Some State creeker with out a sig
nature was wiitiug items lately and
did real ell.
Ike Grewell lus gone to Crete on
a business dip.
Mrs. Potter is improving iu health.
John Ilorton is on the sick list.
Thu meeting at Mt. Hope Sunday
was a grand success.
C. Stevens commenced planting
corn last Wednesday.
Mrs. Waiington's children rccoived
a telegram recently that she wns not
expected to live.
Mrs. Arbuolc of Oklahoma formerly
of this place sent for her son Charles
to como at once as she is very sick,
Geo. Ilorton, Al Scrivner and Clark
Stevens are our horse jockeys.
Mr. Brudshaw raised 100 bushels of
corn on thirty acres last year.
Thomas Kralio on the Miner & Co ,
ranch raised 1000 bushels nud euveral
toriB of beets. Occassional
Build fence or have hogs root out
The town nicotine was held at tho
G. A It. hall.
J. R. Ilonio is putting a board
fence around his lot.
Mrs. Jatites Tooley was at tho
county scat Monday.
L. K. Spcucu and wife are at Edgar
with friends this week.
Mr. Thome shipped a car of hogs
to Omaha Wednesday morning.
F. W. McLaughlin was transacting
business nt Bluo Hill Tuesday,
Mrs. Orchard is visiting with her
parents A. Cauffniam nnd wife.
Friends from Franklin stopped with
Mrs. Monroe Wednesday night.
Miss Lottie Doylo is spending a
woek with her brothor at Upland.
A basoball team wob organized last
Saturday F. W. McLaughlin manager.
Rev. Buzzcl is expected to preach
at the Baptist ohuroh Sunday April 7.
C. Keith and wifo of Holdrcge wero
amoug friends tho latter part of tho
Some ono poiBoncd F. W. MoLaugh
lin St. Benard dog Hector last Wed
nesday. F. W. McLaughlin was attonding
to business at tho county Boat Wed
James Burden who Bpent Sunday
with his family returning to Lincoln
Why is it somo people will let their
took ruu at largo to bother their
Ruv. Davis is homo from Upland
where ho has been holding very suc
cessful rovival moetinps.
Mrs D. Apley returned Wednesday
from Thajor county where she has
been visiting friends.
Tho county sheriff and Roy Hutchi
son of Red Cloud wera looking after
business in these parts Friday.
Mr, and Mrs. Thou. Snyder attend
ed the funeral of htr attp-mother who
diod very suddenly laat Thursday,
II, L. Rcohendiffor is fenoing bis
rcsidonoo lots with six barbed wires
to keep hog and pigs out of his gar
den, Or. Price's Cream Baking Powder
A Fur Qrtp Croat 9t Tartar Powfer.
Cap Houchiti returned last week
with a carload of aul for the farmers
of Garfield. The state relief came
on also, so now wo will havo corn to
Albert Me fiord was united in matri
mony to Mrs. Fannio Potts of Hod
Cloud on last Tuesday. Tho boys
call li i in dad now.
A good many farmers havo in their
small grain already and tho acrcago
this j ear will not quite equal that of
previous years, but most oT tho farmers
have in just a few aores of oats for
Tabor A nine is vr luw with n par
aljlit) stroke Vers little hope is en
tertained for his recovery.
Mrs. T. Kmerton is leoovering Troiii
an illness ol several weiks duration.
It will hn an ugrteiiblo surprint! to per
sons Hiilij ct to iittneliH of bilious eoliu to
learn that prompt rtlief may hu hud by
taking ClwuiiljorliUiiV Colic, Cholera line!
Diarrhaia Remedy. Iu muny iugtiuru
tho attack may lie prevented by Inking
this remedy ns soon ns the ttrst symptom
of thu disease appear, '.'.'i nud M cent
bottles for sale by Dejo A-Orieo driiiKt.
Otto (Jensen has eon.niencee
Olo Oleson his moyed on a farm
Mr. Kelso has moved on to a firm
uiauue wnson nns in red io uueio
Diek Payne for the summ i.
Kverett Bean aud Lunily were call
ers at Kd Sherer's near Iuuvale last
Miss Alico Rtmsburg was veiling
in this vicinity the fiist ol the week.
Ovcy Anderson has onuiiuenced
breaking prairie on the poor furm.
Davo Itrooks has gone to his homo
in Fiontier county.
Mrs. Wiscoar"or and Mrs. Iloau
wero guests of Mrs. Claude Duval
Miss Laura Orchard began her
school south of tho river Monday.
John Sorgeusou of F.mnci's Creek
was in our neighborhood last week.
Road- boss Sorgcnson of Hed Cloud
township was having tho roads work
ed tho first of tho week.
Rev. Bean wifo and daughter,
dined tt Jerry Oinduil's Sunday.
The exhibition at Mt. Hopo school
houso last Friday ovening was a grand
success. The tcaohcr and scholars
did their part well, and tho songs and
guitar music wero boautiful.
A Clianee to Make money,
I saw ono of your subscribers tell
in your colums a few weeks ago how
she made money selling Dish Washcts
I wroto to tho Iron City Dish Washer
Co., K. K Pittsburg, Pa,, and obtain
ed ono of their Dish Washers and
tried it myself first. It is just lovely
yon oan wash and dry tho dishos for
a family in two minutes, without
touohing your hands to a dish or put
ting thorn in hot water. I mado tho
first day $5 00 aud everybody wanted
a Dish Washer just as soon as they
saw me wash thoir dishor. Since then
I havt mado as high as $18.00 a day,
and I believo that I oan get enough
money to keep my brothor at sobool
this winter and havo money in tho
bank too. Any lady or gentleman
can do as woll as I am doing, I am
sure, as I had no exporionot, Whon
everybody wants to buy it is hard not
to sell. Anyone oan get information
by writing the abovo firm and I am
glad to add my experience, because I
tbink it is my duty to others to help
them over the bard timoB.
Vol. 23 No. 14
Farmers are very busy with their
The full wheat that was sown on
corn stalk ground last fall is looking
nice and green
Hcur) Gr.ihniu and Arthur Clino
attended meeting nt Maple (J rove last
J. W. Heenian our postmaster nt
North Hranch is on tho sick list.
Six persons were examined for com
mon school diplomas last Saturday.
This reined) Is becoming ho well known
and so popular as to lit id no speoial
mention. All who huso lined this Kleotrlo
Uittrrs Hlng tho Haiun seme; of prnlnc. A
purer medicine dncx not exlrt and it is
Ktiarauterd to do nil Unit is claimed,
r.leetllo llilteril will nnri nil dlneaxeH of
tho llM'l'nnd Kicltii'X i, will Hiuovo pimple
imiIIi", hU rheum, nud oilier nITectlonH
catted hy impure liiood. Wil' drin Ma
laria from (ht Njftom anil (invent it well
UK cure all in iliiHnl ftmoH Tor cure of
litmliu'lie, c(nivtlmtlon mid I ml Inert lion
lr) Kltetrii) Hitter.-. Hutu? filltifnetion
nunrnntuil, or money refund' d. Prion
no cin. mill Si 00 per liottb at C. 1.. tot-
ECeal IMale Trannferi
Kurnishiil by .1. 11. Uuiley, bonded
S A Keiltlen to .1 A Dnltoi:, set
III 1 !), wd WHO 00 ,
1 1 (i ii mil t Johnson unil liii-lmml
to Arvillu Sleiuin, hw-1 swl,
lis :t io r.oo oo
John II MeiCo) anil wifo to Co
himliia National bank, so I u I
SO-l-lU, wtl 1125 00
Min .1 lieeeo unil htislinnil Io A
K Unas-, lot 7, block 1.1, Koso
moiit, wil 225 00
Sarah M lliekfotil to Nebraska
Nutienul lmnlt,Hv4 12 .'J II. nil .T2C0 00
Itiu'Uien'H Armt'ii iiilve.
Tho IwHt salve in tln world for cute,
liruihoA, no res, Ulcers, Halt rlieii n, fever
hoiih, tetter, ohuppeti IiuiiiIh, ohillhlnlns,
corns, and wil stem eruptions, ami posi
tivolyouros piles, or no pny rtquiiod. It
Is Kuuiiiulnul to uivo perfeiit satisfaction
or inoni'V refunded. I'riet '2r cents jer
box. Forsulo b) CotMnir. tf
A Volie rrum urUi'l(l.
Mr. Kiliior: We had a mooting at
the Hull shool-house Friday night.
S. Martin was chairman, and Frank
Ailes and Bort King secretaries.
Cap. Houchin made a speech which
was tho effort of his lifo.
Ho said tho state had appropriated
1200,000 for relief, and ho was in
Lincoln whon tho governor signed
About b'2 prcoious poor honest men
camo forward and signed thu paport o
securo them aid. Somo had nothing
in shape of feed nnd others had just
I think wo oould got every man to
sign it if it was not for tho d d
measly oath to it liko thoic was with
our aid, Garfield was tho banner
townslip in taking aid, and in every
contest wo expect to scoro a vtotory
Now wo want to do away with all t
oaths mortgages and back taxos, and
havo Dr. McKeoby get a bill through
making them unconstitutional.
The rapidity with whioh oroup develops
calls for instant treatment; and yet few
households are prepared- for its visits.
An admirable remedy la Ayer's Cherry
Pectoral. It has saved hundreds of lives
and should be in every home where there
are young children.
Greeting to My Old Patrons and
Having accepted tho furm agenoy for
the Old Continental Insurance Co., in
Wobster and adjoining counties, am pre
pared to furnish liberal and reliable in
surance on tho most favorable terms,
lOSm J. II. Suitii, Agent.
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