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4 Eternal Vigilance is the Price of Liberty," and One Dollar a year is the Price of The Chief.
By A. C. Hosmer.
Red Cloud, Webster County, N,Tw355r!ifc -15MJJ892.
Vol. 19. Np. 38.
GRAND OPENING !
Wednesday, April 20, of
D. H. HUNTER, Editor.
AH the latest styles and colors at
E. M. MARTIN & SON,
Red Cloud, Nebr,
Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance. It Is a harmless substitute
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' use by
Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys 1701X18 and allays
feverishncss. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castoria relieves
teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency
Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach
and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cos
toria is the Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend
" Castoria Is an excellent medicine for chil
dren. Mothers have repeatedly told me of Its
good effect upon their childrea.'"
Dr. Q. C. Osgood,
" Caste-5. I t'io lt remedy for childrea of
irtiich I at-.'. :. i .iwitl. I hope the day Is not
far dUtaut when mothers will consider the real
interest or their children, and use Castoria in
stead of the various quack nostrums which are
destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium,
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
agents down their throats, thereby sending
them to premature graves."
Da. J. F. Kwcbzloe,
"Castoria Is so well adapted to chfldreB that
I recommend it as superior toaoypreacripttoa
known to me."
111 So. Oxford St., BrooWv-K. Y.
' Our physicians In the chlldreu'H depart
ment have spoken highly of their experi
ence In their outside practice with Castoria,
and although we only have among our
medical supplies what is known as regular
products, yet we are free to confess that the
merits of Castoria has won us to look with
favor upon it."
UarrxD Hospital asd Vi&truxr,
Auxs C. Surra, Pres ,
Tko Centawr Cesapawy, TJ Mtmy Street, Hew Yerk City.
Items.intended for publication in thin
department must be handed to the Coun
ty Superintendent on or before Saturday,
in order to secure insertion the week fol
lowing. Correspondence from teachers
and those interested in educational matters
solicited. A'ddress all communications
intended for this department to. s
1). M. HcHTKB,
County Superintendent Red Cloud, Nek
frfkeral Conference Metnaellst
W'i , Episcopal Church
w-AU agents may sell round trip
Ititieti to Omaha at the lowest frit
interested in education should be pramV
The procram is as follows:
Opening exercises. jpf
i) uy miuuiu mere dc a uniisnu
course of study for the public schawls
N. E. Bottom. & ,
IrnAral f??eiica,in V !
How should language be taught
Music. tl I
Ten questions on the lleadingtSr
cle work in history, for April-Jao,
A. Hall. K
How can teachers help to improve
our public schools J. . Hanmdad.
clus one way rate. April 28 to 30
ir elusive limiting same to continuous
passage in each direction final limit,
J poo 1. Agents withia 200 miles ef
ttnaha may sell tickets at rate of one
fare and a third for the round trip on
May 2-4-7-11-14-18-21.25-28 aad 30,
limit for return one day from date of
There will be a teachers' meeting it 1 8le.
Bladen on Saturday, April 23d, 189; Triennial Conclave, Ksights Temp
10.30 a. m. All teachers and ot haw liar. Denver. Colo.. Anraat 0.14 1892.
f -J ' . ' ' :
jbor the above occasion a rate of one
lowest first-class for the round trip will
jbe made, tickets will be sold Aagast
.4-20 inclusive and limited for retara
to October 10th.
Silver Anniversary Admission of
the state of Nebraska. Liaeola Neb.
May 25-20, 1892. Agents is Kaaias
Nebraska, Iowa, and Missouri witlia
150 miles of Lincoln, may sell tickets
to Lincoln at rate of one fare for the
round trip, sell tickets May 25-26
limit for return May 27. .
National Repablicaa Coavtation
Minneapolis, Minn., Jane 7, 1892.
All agents may sell roand trip
tickets to Minneapolis at a rate of oae
lowest first class fare. Ageats ia Ne
braska will sell tickets Jane 4-5-6
limit on same for continuous passage
from date of sale and exeentor with
final return limit of Jane 25th.
Omaha, Neb., May, 17-20, 1892;Abubb1
Convention, Kansas and Nebraska Juris
diction, lotematienal Order of Twelve,
Knight and Daughters of Tabor. .
Agents in Barnes and Nebraska may
sell tickets to Omaha, May 14-20, Hadu-
atve. A. W. HopJrinsyC. G. 8., Ijeayen
worth, Kansas, will sign certificates.
Omaha, Nek, June 7-8, 1892: Annual
Meeting. Nebraska. Funeral niaWsra'
Agents in Nebraska, may sell tfclcet to
Omht, June 4-8, inclusive. James Bea
ton, Secretary, Lincoln, Neb., wilBlgn
certificates. ' a r
Bright people are the quickeatfto ec
egaiae a good thing and bay it. fWe sell
lots of bright people the Little sttrlr Bi
aers. If yoa axe sot brtoht thsta, miiu
v c w -a
O. L. CottiBgJ I
Docs Protection Protectf
Certainly, in one instance, it does.
Hood's Sarsaparilla is the great pro
tection against the dangers of impare
blood and it will cure all diseases of
this class. It has well won its name
of the best blood purifier by its many
will make job so.
Advantages of frequent wriUeu.'re-
views R. B. Payne. f-
Opening exercises and geaer
sons Mary Beal.
General discussion. W ,!
The educational meeting held It the
school house in Dist. No. 3sVsf4S tu
tcrcsting and profitable to aH piesent
About thirty districts in taV'county
have no spring term of scheeljjiaving
had a fall or winter term orjbHh.
Tho names of those teaching spring
terms are as follows: ' n
Dist. No: 3, Mattie McCali; 5, Mae
Hobart; C, Jessie Warrea; J9, Bell
Todd: 12, Jno. A. Hall; WJSylvester
Frisbie; 17, J. M. RichaadSon; 20,
Nora McCall; 23, Lottie fay; 24,
OHve Foe; 25, Mary Baal; tf, Mabel
Truman; 28, Cora Welseh; 9, Allie
Helton; 30, Laura Bemsbrg; 32,
Lottie King; 34, Nettie Jlummel;
35, Carrie Bill; 36, Jaoj Earner,
37, Jennie Hall; 38. Mary Varquhar;
40, LoraMcBride; 41, M if. Million;
42, J. E. Hammond; 45, jL P. Fitz
patrick; 50, A. J. Baileyjbl, Myrtle
Sawyer; 53, EmmaWilkisI; 55, Flor
enccA. Dean; 5G, Addio Hayes; 58,
Lulu Barber; 59, N. EjJBottoni; 60,
Laura M. Laird; G2, MjUde Orchard;
63, Wm. Currv; 66, lizzie Marker;
68, B, B. Payne; 71, Jtattie Naylor;
72, J. L. Springer; Jm Carie Hum
mel; 7S. Ralph E.lpJe, 78, Lona
Bailey; 80, MilHa$J McCall; 83,
Minta Cling. 7 J
Some good tcaeaeri are resting,
who will be engageafisl tho work next
Many teachers KaTtlexnressed their
approval of the !$$.& of monthly re-
House cleaiiijpc-ja now in order.
Let us net forget tcerab the school
house floor, brflUu'.iie cobwebs froat
the corners of f ickool rooai; and
the dust from ae ffalls, blacken the
stove and pitjtt from the walls
the old faded er'Ma and the sailed
and bruBh the dust from the frames
and glass of the pictures, wah the
the windows and make the room in
which teacher and pupils are tu live
for two or three months during this
spring a clean pleasant place.
Who should do this? Th teacher
and pupils) if no other persons pro
pose to do it. Make all necessary pre
liminary arrangements, put aside the
books at noon, and devote some pleas
ant afternoon to cleaning up.
a narrow Escape?
Geo. W. Hollister. boiler miker at
the B 9c M round house aarrowly es
caped a ssvere scalding Apr! 6th inst
by the breaking of fca porfoa of a
steam cock wliictt opened In escape
valve, the jet of steams trik fee 'e the
left side scaldiag the outer portion of
lef t ana from saoalder to wfist. Had
it struck the face, total buLlaees or
fatal iajary might have beat , the re
The highest praise has been woa by
Hood's Pills for their easy yet efficient
action. Sold by all druggists. Price
23c per box.
Minneapolis, Minn., Jane 7, 1892;
tionai .Republican Convention.
All agents may sell tickets to Minnea
polis at rate of one lowest first-elaas fare
for the round trip. Bell tickets Jane 1-5,
inclusive, and limit going trip for contin
uous passage from date of sale and re
tern trip for continuous passage from
date of execution at 8t Esul, with final
limit for return to Jane 25. Tickets will
be honored out of Minneapolis for re
turn trip prior to June 10. Execution
for return passage will be made at either
Minneapolis or St. PauL
Chicago IlL, June 21, 1892; National
All agents may sell tickets to Chicago
at rate of one lowest first-class fare for
the round trip. Sell tickets June 16-20,
inclusive, and limit going trip to contin
uous passage fromVate of sale, and re
turn trip to continuous passage from
date of execution at Chicago,! with final
return limit to July 6. Tickets will not
be honored out of Chicago for return
prior to June 2& ,
Omaha, Nebr. July 4, 1892; National
People's Convention. "
All agents may sell ticketa1 to Omaha
at rate of one lowest first-class fare for
the round trip. Dates of sale: From
Nebraska and Kansas. July 1-2, inclusive
with return limit to July 15; South Da
kota, July 1-2, inclusive, with return
limit to JufolG; Colorado and Wyoming,
June 29-30, inclusive, with return, limit
Lincoln, Neb , May 16-18, 1892; Annual
Ma Festival; Lincoln Oratorio Society,
Agents in Nebraska, within 100 miles
of Lincoln, may sell Book D Tickets to
Lincoln at rate of one and one-lowest
fare for the round trip. Sell tickets
May 16-18, and limit for return to May
Helena, Mont, Commencing June 15,
1892,upreme lodge A. O. U. Wn agents
may sell round trip tickets to Helena, at
rate of one lowest first-class fare. Sell
tickets Jane 1-14; inclusive, with transit
limit of ten days in each direction, aad
final Unit of thirty days from data of
aale. Tickets may be routed via all
routes, either via Denver and Ogdea, and
may read for different routes going and
returning. When the routes u)ed going
and returning carry different one-way
rates, the round-trip rate will be bae
half of the sum of the one way rates.
For example: Round trip rate goinf via
Ogden and returning direct, wul be
44.40 made $24.40 going via Ogdea and
120, one half of the one-way rates direct
or vice versa.
Mates em Certlleate Plaau
lYnrlr Vat tnnMO 1000. T?.ki:-
i "V'" wf ABmee aim Mlvelt AaajJVUUBJVBaBB
Cpagreasional Convention (4tfc District)
Afflfttain Bntler, Filmore, Oage,Ha-
" m- i -i nimiiaii n msi i
xnayer, and xorKr-uownMK
tickets to york, April 10-13, indueivev
C. A. McCloud, Secretary,- York, Neb.,
will sign certificates.
Seward, Nebr April 26, 1892; 73rd An
niversary Odd Fellowship.
Agents in York, Polk, Butler, and 8e
ward counties, may sell tickets to Seward
April 23-2G, inclusive. L. R. Cottrell,
Chairman, Seward, Neb., will sign certif-
Ogden, Utah, April 29-May 6, 1892;
All agent may Bell tickets to Ogden,
April 26-May 6, inclusive. R. L. Arm-
strong, Secretary, Ogden Utsh, will sign
t with 'each
foldby c. r.
Since its flrst iatrodacifon&eekic bit
ters has gained rapidly in pfpulu favor
antil mow it to dearly in the lead among
pare seedles! toaies aad altesatives con-
aBeverageorintoxieaat.it is TamsmiraA
ae the beet aad parest medjbine for all
aflments of stomach liver ef jkieaeys it
wu mum wi eeoaen, iBoarsueo, con
stipation, aad drive malarisp;oat thesys-
bottle er the money will
Price only 60c per bottle,
Easter Coacfxt. g
The following prograL will be giv
enia. the M. . churejL oa Sunday
eveaing at the Easter o usr':
Singing "Joy to the ForW". . .
..... ''.By School
Singing Redeemed... .A By Choir
a layer ........... ,'iy ......
Recitation A Little ;ga1
Song Send the Ligh.r.?.By School
Responsive soriptare rladtng. . . .
'a ."iBible Classes
City School Ilepart.
Items from the report of the Red
Cloud schools for the term beginning
January 4th and ending March 251892.
Enrollment during the term.... 528
Per cent of attendance 89 510
Per cent of punctuality 99
Average per cent 94 2-10
The following pupils ranked highest
in their respective grades:
Donald Pope 12
Willie Kellogg .11
Maud Greenlee 10
Harvey Bentley , . . . 9
Solo and trio Lead vile
Miss Gertie PocfjProf.
Recitation Easter Tlells
Anthem Ring, BellajRing. . . .
.,. .Blanche Sellars
Song Rescae the. Perishing. . . .
...... ... lL,t, .... By Schoo
Reading RoseiurfYamine Suf
ferers f SVMiss Nellie West
Solo and male qas'rtet The Store
Hoase of Qraaat
L. P.liiftright and Quartet
Reading RassK.'a'jDry Heard. . .
Soag Christ AeBurden Bear-
7. TJ.r Cl.nnl I
. . . . aj j utUUUI J
lafaat class e:
Mrs. ' Rat iaVs and Mrs.
Recitation Htarftussia's Groan
. . ..Edith Brown
.Mrs. J. J. Duckcr
e the Reapers
ng in the
. Mrs. Potter's class
Harry Leteon 8 (n a) 97 2-3
EdwinBentley 7 94 2-1
Florence Cotting C 94
Paul Pope 5 95
LuluSellars 4 94
Farl Pond 3 95
Alice Coombs 2 9G
Willie Bailey 1 94
Percy McBride 8 (s e) 82
Stella Umphenour 7 82
Carrie Erickson C . 88
SusieMcCord 5 94
Ross Fearn 4 92 1-5
Nellie Dudley 3 93 1-3
Maud Short 2 95
CraigGump 1 97 1-2
The following pupils been neither ab
sent nor tardy during the term:
Maud Greenlee, Olive Greenlee, Don
ald Pope, Willie Kellogg, Edwin Overing
Harry Bentley, Mary Eames, Blanch Sel
lars, Edwin Bentley, Harry Leteon,
Charlie Perry, Frank Greenlee, Abbie
Coon, May Ely, June Wilson, Stacey
Morhart, Willie Eames, Laura Boyd,
Ella Visscher, Earl Fond, Belle Eames,
Eva Foster, Bessie Visscher, Sherwood
Albright, Orlando Bentley, Harvey Sni
der, Willie Ferry, Ethel Hatfield, Frank
John Wilson, Willie Ward, Grace
Cromwell, Florence Solliday, Susie Me
Cord, Carl Birkner, Rhine Birkner, Rons
Fearn, Willie Fincber. Kindergarten.
Patrons are earnestly requested to vis
it the schools, and to assist in securing
better attendance than we have been
having. Many pupils have seriously hin
dered their advancement by irregularity
and some have retarded their progress
for one year. Pupils who are failing to be
come proficient in their grades will not
be promoted at the end of year.
G. M. Caster, Supt
When Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria.
When she was a Child, she cried for Calorie.
When she became Miss, she ctaac to i
When she had Childrea, aha gjava t
There will be a meeting of the Re
publicans of Elm Creek township, oa
Thursday April 21st, 1892, at 3 o'clock
for the purpose of electing 5 dele
gates 'to the County convention
Meeting will be held at 2 o'cleck p. at.
G. W. Francis, Chairman.
Leaveming Power. U. S. Gov't Report, Aag. 17, iMe
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