Keystone Items - 1 May 1886
Keystone is booming.
Farmers are very busy putting in their corn.
Prof. W. Stebbins, on Monday last opened a six months school at the Keystone academy. Several bright faces were present at the opening and it bids fair to be the best term ever taught at that place.
Mr. Fisher, formerly on employe of Mr. Brott, is now batching with W. L. Declow.
R. L. Castile has just returned from an eastern trip, and while gone purchased a large stock of goods for the firm of Castile & Anderson.
Miss Kate McElwain has resigned her position as cook at the Keystone House. That accounts for the melancholy looks of Mr. Wells.
C. S. Smith is very busy turning the sod on his claim west of Keystone.
A. Garven, proprietor of the Keystone House, has commenced laying in pipes from the reservoir to the house.
Jim Downard says there are some good attractions on the Muddy. Go it, Jim, while young.
The latest news is that Tom. Colligan will pull in double harness soon.
The Gothenburg Independent 1(52):4, Saturday, 1 May 1886