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Roy UrundetnlT iimdo u trip to Red
Cloud, Wednesday, on tiis wheol. Blad
M!bb Reiglo, of Rod Cloud, is lioro viei
ting hor sister, Miss Addio Roiglc.
Mr. und Mrs. I'd. Cox were down to
'Red Cloud lant Sunday and Monday,
visiting wit'.. Mio parents of Mr. Cox,
Ed. returned" last Monday night, but
Mrs. Cox romained tho wuok out.--Ro-publican
AnnBFOFBorin Webstor county, had
completed hia work, when hin hnuBo bur
ned down and all hia books and papora
were doatroyud, consequently ho will
tiavo to interview tho people u second
time. Beaver Valley Tribuno
o following wickod insinuation
V oontly found written on tho fly loaf
of a hym book: "Good miulo hcavon and
earth in six days; then he rested; thou
ho mado man and rested; then ho mado
women, r'uiuo that timo neither God nor
man has had any rest." Kx
During tho past years no paper in tho
Grout Republican Valley has doiio n lar
ger amount of whistling than has this.
Wo have been dubbed tho "Happy
paper." When tho hot winds blew and
tho corn withered; when the clouds gave
forth nothing but dual; when tho graea
withorodand tho cattlo bellowed for feed:
whou tho babies cried for bread; und
last, but not least' when tho aid came,
with all its attendant niiHry,tho"JIappy
paper" kept on whistling; kept on "plan
King courage in tho human breast," kept
on swearing by tho great horn spoon
thut "brighter days wero coming;" kept
on declaring that tho future was ruspluii
dont with promise; kept on prophesying
thut this would boa laud of peaceful and
prosperous homos. Wo aro at ill blowing,
but tho whistle doson't ring as loud as it
did. It needs wetting, Hurluu Co,
llro. Ludi would try wetting his
jphistlo with "Uudlwiaor." It might
drive away dull forebodings.
At last tho mystery is aolvod. We
havo boon wondording nil ulong why
Edward J. Ovoring, Jr. hue been rush
ing oH to Rod Cloud evory Saturday
with that degroo of punctuality which
marks evory foot stop of tho man who
(as Puck dellnoB that mysterious thing
called lovo) "an inward sensation of inox
reeaibility with an outward fooling of
all-overness." But tho connundrum
was plainly unrnvollod on laut Saturday
ovoniug whon just ono look at tho extro-
nioly charming hnppinoss and pootic
ally sentimental brilliancy botrayed by
Ed's face us ho sat bo comfortably in tbnt
cozy buggy in tho vicinity of Red Cloud
in company with un exceptionally good
looking well wo wont Bay what. At nny
rato it wao not tho coninion-plaeo, ovory
day proBonco of u male companion which
impartod that broad smile und eupromo
ly "soft" expression to Edward's placid
countonunco. It is sufo to assumo thut
our worthy Harmony teacher was not
Just thon vory much perturbed ovor tho
astronomical foaturos of tho colostial re
gions or in counting tho numorous
breaches in tho burbod wire foncos along
.the road. But wo must not oven hint at
BUch moan things us barbed wiro fences
whon wo nro contemplating such an idoul
example of heavenly bliss, romantic so
realty, und sublime aontimontality. No
let'lisonly olTer Ed our heartiest con
gratulations ovor thut groat event of his
lifo which is bound to follow us u hasty
eequenco to those very strong ovidoncos
of pootic oliulgonco, amorous sublimity
and sentimental oratory which were
cmwdod into thorn happy momonts of
lufct Saturday evening, Farewell Romeo
uni" Jidjot, fnrowell.-Jludou Entorpriso
Rondmaster MoFnrland was up from
Rod Cloud. Friday and Saturday, on
official buBineBS at headquartorB. Mc-
Tho Red Cloud Chief printod twolvo
pages for Eastor. Tho Chief romaina
firm in tho belief of tho home-print idea,
and backs its convictions with a read
ublo paper. Nebraska Editor.
Tho Domocrat is painod to boo that
Gov. Holcomb has turnod his back on
Col. Bryun. Col. Bryun forsook his
party and friends for tho vainglorious
honor of placing a plum in SIIiib' cup,
and now Undo Silas contemptuously
squirts tobacco juico in tho eyes of the
breezy statesman. Bentrico Domocrat.
The Red Cloud Chiof tolls us not to
fear; that tho Red Cloud tlromen hnvo
no equals as volunteor firemen in 'Su
perior nor olflowhore. Wo would liko to
wagor the Big Injun a bottlo of tiro wat
er, and u package of Kiaickmick smok
ing tobacco that tho lied Cloud boys aro
not in it at any turn of the road with the
Superior boys. Tho lire rocords of tho
two towns will prove this UBBortion. Wo
think ourselves Unit after Superior tho
Red Cloud boys como noxt. Superior
Red Cloud don't tako Bccond placo for
On last Thursday Mr. Ed. Moody an
energetic farmor living 0 miles south
east of this placo in Webster county was
taken beforo tho board of exaniinors at
Red Cloud, by ShorilT Runchoy und ad
judged iiiBuno. Mr Moody is an old set
tlor hero and his many frionds deoply
regrot the sad misfortuno which has bo
fallen him. The real causo of his insanity
is not known, but it is said that ho has
been acting very queor for somo time,
und for tho past two wuoks has been
u raving maniac making it dangerous for
his family und others to bo in his pres
ence. Lawronee Locomotive
An oxchange tells of u man who mort
gaged his farm to buy his wife u pair of
diamond oar rings. Tho wifo took in
washing to pay tho interoston tho mort
gage, but on tho first job loBt ono of the
"sparks" in tho Buds, wheroupon sho
tried to hang horsolf in tho burn, but
tho rope brcko and olio fell on tho Jersey
cow worth $150 and broko her back. Her
husband then undortook to shoot tho
cow to put hor out of hor misery, but
tho gun burst and destroyed both of his
eyes, nnd tho wifo then rnn uway with
u lightning rod poddler. Tho mortgage
is still on dock und bids fair to livo to u
ripo old ago. Smith Co, Pionoor.
See the World'N Fitlr lor Fir.
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II. E. Buoklon & Co., Chicago, III.
Fino weather now and everyono is
hurrying to got their corn in.
School is closed in district 70 after
a session of botch monthi. There
were somo visitors out tho last day to
participato in a distribution of candy
Frank Reese is book from Arkansas.
Ho says ho camo back to got out of
the wot and to esoape tho malaria.
Messrs Norris and McCall took cat
tlo to tho rmoh paaturo last week,
Sylvester Me (Jail is a little easier
at present writing.
Mrs. Oampboll is vory ill.
Mr. Million is working a double
header this year, farming in tho day
timo and blacksmithing at night.
Odoy England is back from Arkan
John Barker waB at work fixing tho
pasture last week.
Mr. Smith had a mule badly out on
a wiro funuc.
Children Cry for
Red Cloud, Webster County,
Farmers are busy putting in corn.
Miss Carrio Hummel was tho guest
of Mrs. Beauchamp one day last week.
Thcro was a prayer mooting at Mr.
Andorson's last Thursday evening
which closes the ovening meetings for
Tho party at Mr. Boauohamp's l&Bt
Friday evening was well attended and
everyono roports a good time.
Thcro will bo preaching at tho
Penny Crook school house May 12th
by Hot. IlaBkins.
Misses Vina and Myrtlo Anderson
and Malvina VanDyko visited their
new neighbors, Mr. Boicc's, Inst week.
Thoso who hnvo used Dr. King's Now
Discovery know its value, and thoie who
have not, havo now the opportunity to
try it Free. Call on tho advertised Drug
gist and get a Trial Dottle, Free. Bend
your name nnd uddress to II. K. Uucklon
&: Co., Chicago, nnd get a sample box
of Dr. King's New Lifo Pills Free, nswell
ns n eopy ot Guide to Health and House
hold Instructor, Free. All of which is
guarantied to do yon ROd and cost you
nothing C. L. Cotting's Drugstore
By next Saturday tho corn will bo
nearly all planted.
A. M, Francis has moved onto the
Tho Methodist preacher preached
hero Sunday night to a crowded
house, and left an appointment for
a week from noxt Sunday. He is a
Rev. Haskins of Guido Book will
preach at Mt. Hopo next Sunday at
The Sunday-school is doing will.
Elder Molton ot Lebanon camo to
Fairvicw and organized an Epworth
Lcaguo with John Crabb as president
and a membership of twenty-five.
They also organized a Lcaguo at the
Tho Sunday-sohool assooiotion will
hold a meeting at Cora, Kan., May 21.
They havo a good program and good
speakers as follows: Geo. Serena,
Rev. Elwell, T. B. Johnson, Rev. W.
O. Town, John Crabb, A. M. DeForcst
besides several young ladies. Lair
Dean will give tho history of tho Paw
ncodistrict Sunday-school association.
Small graiu is nocding rain.
Corn is coming up nicely.
MisB 6adie Wilson of Oak Crock
waa visiting her sister this woek.
Rev, Ilummcl'i mooting closed last
Mr. Wm, Davis and family aro vis
iting rolativcs In HastingB.
John Wilson lost his best horse,
Mrs. A, A. Frame of Red Cloud
was visiting relatives and friends last
Mrs. S. L. White is quito sick with
lung fever. Dr. Fulkorson is attend
Geo. Springer's sohool in distriot
68 will closo next Friday.
Wm. Cummingham who went to
Ohie a few woaks ago is now working
far the Baltimore & Ohio It. R. Co.,
at $1,75 por day.
Miss May Widdershcino of Camp
bell was visiting friends last week.
If King Solomon was alive he would
say: "Go to tho traveling man, learn his
ways and bo wise." Mr. C, W, Battel!, a
Cincinnati travohng man representing
the Queen City Printing Ink Co,, after
snfforlng intensely for two or threo days
with lameness of the shoulder, resulting
from rheumatism, -completely enrod it
with two applications of Chamberlain's
Pain Blum. This remedy la gaining a
wide reputation for its prompt cures of
rheumatism, lame back, sprnius, swelling
and lnmeness. CO cent bottles for sale by
Deyo &, Uriue druggists.
Neb., Friday, May 10, 1895.
Peter Nelson is in Kearney county
A. P. Jehnson has put up a new
windmill on his farm.
Mr. Dorin from noar Inavalo was la
ur locality the first of tho week,
Dug Cathcr of lied Cloud was iu our
vioinity Wednesday on business.
A number of tho Dane's havo
been to Kearney county attend
ing a big meeting.
J. B. Wisccarvor and family weie
visiting at Claude Duval Sunday.
Mr. Hansen and wifo of Red Cloud
were visiting at Julius Nelsons Sun
day. Link Kolso and wife, Mr. Michael
and family were guests of Ercrct Bean
Miss Olivo and Chatloy Foo and
Knut Knutson of Cowlcs attended tho
Frco Methodist Quarterly meeting at
North Star Sunday, Qui..
Tired, Weak, Nervona,
Means impure blood, nnd overwork or
too much strn'ti on bruin nnd body, tho
only wny to euro is to feed the nerves on
puro blood. Thousands of people certify
that the best blood purifier, the boat
nerve tonio and strength builder in
Hood's Haranparilla. What it has done
for others it will nlso do for yon- Hood's
Cares. Nervousness, loss of sleep, loss of
appetite nnd gonornl debility all dis
appear whon Hood's Sarsaparilla is per
sistently taken, nnd strong nerves, sweet
sloop, strong body, sharp appetite, nnd
in a word, health and happiness follow
tho nse of Hood's Hursapatilln.
Tho strong point nbout Hood' sarsnpa
rilla is that they aro permanent, bocauso
they start from tho solid fonndation of
parifled, vitalized und ouriohod blood.
Nows is scarce
Wanted a good rain.
How dojeu like tho dust showers
W. M. Grannis traded horsts ono
day last weak.
Hick's dog wears a collar and pants
theso hot days.
W. M. Grannis our pump man is
putting in 90 acres of corn.
Mrs. Bud Baker and Mrs. J. K. Scr!
drovo over to Blue Hill Tuesday.
J. E. Yost was doing business at
Swanton tho latter partof tho week.
Dr. Kchlor spent several days with
friends in the eastern part of tho Btato
Mrs. McLaughlin i home again
after a oouplo of month's visiting with
her son near Doniphan.
Henry Ludlow. Roy Grandstafl and
others from this vioinity toek in the
ball game at Bluo Hill Tuesday.
Misses Minnio Rccd and Lollio
Doyle attended tho Christian Endeavor
convention which was held last week
Wo would say to thoso who took
part in tho high fivo games of Satur
day evening to bo a little moro quiet
evon in tho dead of night,
Ilov. O, A. Buzzell of Juniata
proaehed Sunday morning and evening
at tbo Baptist church tho occasion be
ing the Boventh anniversary of the
society at this placo.
Wm. Sohmidt was initiated into tho
mystic ways ot a Woodman at their
meeting Tuesday evoning. Some
eighteen or twenty members of the
Bluo Hill camp eame over to assist and
enjoy the fnn.
For whooping cough Chamberlain's
Congh Hemedy is excellont. By using it
freely the disease is deprived of all dan
gorous oonsequonoes, There is no dan
ger in giving the remedy to babies, as it
contains nothing injurious 2.r and CO
cent bottles for salo by Deyo & Grioo.
Jay BoBt has taken a position as
peanut boy on tho St. Francis lino.
Miss Maud llurd was visiting with
Highest of all in Leavening
Miss Florcneo Harwood last week.
Polly and tho Deaoon wero out
hanging May baskets last Saturday
night bo Stub says.
Two of our your young nion were
overtaken by tho rain last Sunday as
they wero going down tho track and
had to take shelter under a railroad
bridgo, about two hours later when
thoy prococded on their journoy ono
of them remarked that ho would not
try it again until tho woven Sundays
Mr. Edward Blackwood Storey has
resigned his position in tho post office
and has been hired by Mr. Henry
Kccnoy as overseer over his gang of
Russians on his extensive beet farm
south of town. Wo know from Mr.
Storey's many years experience at
cow-punching that ho will mako a
G. A. Harris and wifo departed
Tuesday for Iowa where he was call
ed on aoconnt of the serious illness of
his father. During hia absonoo his
business will bo conducted by Mr, J.
Henry Brown and his accomplished
daughter Miss Emtnogcno.
Undo Lou attended cliunh in Cow
lcs Sunday. Wo nro nlwuys glad to
meet our old friends and hopo his
health will permit him to get nut
mors in tho future
David J. Best received a telegram
ast week to go to Donvcr immediately
wo aro informed ho waa made assistant
dispatcher on tho Yuma & Dunvor
division of tho Burlingtou with head
quarters at tho latter place. David's
many years expericnos at tho business
well fits him for tho positon.
C. Earl Paul has scoured tho job of
carrying tho mail nnd C. Lewis Fuller
as freight rustler at the depct. They
undoubtedly mako a good pair to draw
to for they aro apt to fill.
Chas. Sobaffnit of lied Cloud was
in town Tuesday.
Jack Waller is through planting
corn, Ho is tho first ono we know
of that is through in theso parts.
Edward Gilford has crcctod a rcso
voir holding 10,000 barrels with
whieh ho expeots to irrigato hia onion
Wanted, an npprentico to learn tho
barber business. First como first ser
ved. No girls need apply. Bill
Tho curtains at tho church ought
to bo put up again. Don't you think
Here a smite to those who lovo mo
Ami a sinlluto those who Hate,
And wbutever sky's atinvo mo
uore a heart for every fate.
A lady at Tooloya La., was sick with
bilious colio when M. O. Tisfer, a promi
nent merchant of tho town gave hor a
bottlo of Chamberlain's Colio, Cholora
and Diarrhoea Remedy. He says ehe
was well in forty minutes after taking
the first dote. For salo by Deyo k Qrico
This vicinity has been having, on
an avorage, three good rains a week.
Tho North Branoh Y. P. 8. B. C.
went to Canfield and held meeting
last Sunday. Thoy will hold sooting
at Maple Grove twe week from last
Miss Ollio Howard who has been
teaching school south of Mankato has
finished her school and is visiting near
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Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
Hill I wilier.
A fino shower last Sunday.
Rov. Canwcll mado a business trip
to Rod Cloud Tuesday.
Mr. Orr was visiting his son in
Superior Inst week.
Mrs. E. C. Christy of Guido Rock
was visiting relatives in Stillwater
Will Crozicr and a jarty of young
people astended a wedding at tho
Catholic churoh at St. Stephens last
Eld. Shirley camo up from Guido
Hook to fill his nppmutmont Inst Sun
day. Ayor's Pills nro recommended by lead
ing physiulnna and druggists, ns thn most
prompt nnd efficient remedy for bilious
ness, nansen, coHtlvencRs, indigestion,
sluggishness of the liver, jaundice, nnd
sick headnohe; nlso, to relieve colds,
fevers, neuralgia, nnd rheumatism.
Tho VanDyko hoys havo returned
with their stouk from Waldo, Kan.,
where thoy spent tho winter they re
port feed much cheaper thcro than
Somo if tho citizona of Line had
better settle their personal affairs at
homo instead of creating a publio sen
sation as such was the cato oae day
last wcck an the streets of Red Cloud.
G. W. Hummel is superintending
tho erection of Stato creek brRgo.
Mrs. Landrcth has not returned
homo 'after being called away by tho
death of her mother Mrs. Warrington.
We learn that Mr. Warrington has
boon very sick.
Tommy Leigh hasIiMod his ground
nnd planted it with a chech-row.
Thin or gray hair and lipid heads, so
displeasing to many people ns marks of
uge, mny bo averted for u long timo by
using Hull's Hair Kenowor.
Lifo: He- wasn't Brown's wife namod
Stono beforo eho waa married?
Sho- Yes, and it waa a vory suitable
Ho- What do you moan?
Sho- Oh, uotbing! Only eho threw hor
self at his head.
Pnrify tho blood; strengthen the body.
Dr. J. H. MoLeon'sBtrengthonlng Cordial
and Illood Purifier best spring tonio.
Detroit Tribuno: "ArtemuB," alio cried
historically, "I fool that something haa
como botwoen ub."
Alicia," ho enid, "it's my tooth brush.
It's forvor gotting down in my voBt lin
Captain Sweeney, U. S. A., 8nn Diego.
Cal. eays: "Bhlloh'e Catarrh Remedy U
the first medicine I have ever fonnd that
would do did any good." Price 60o, For
sule by C. L. Cottlng.
Chicago Record: "That'a a protty pen
wiper you wero kind enough to leavo on
my desk." eaid Mr. Hammott to hia wifo,
It'a vory ornamontal if it is a triflo,
"Oh, George," shrlekod his wifo, as
her husband drow hia pen through tho
dainty plecee ot ribbon, ''you've ruined
my new bonnotl"
Mrs. T. S. Hawkins, Chattanooga. Tens
ays, "Builok's Vitollzer 'Saved my Life,
I consider it the beat remedy Sot n de
bilitated systom I ever used." For Dys
pepsia, Liver or Kidney trouble it exoels.
Prlee 75 cts. For sale by O, L. Cottlng.
Swoot potutoos, cabbago und tomato
plants for Balo by W. V. Real, threo
miles eouth of Cowlos, Neb. 3t
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