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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 13, 1892)
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Eternal Vigilance is the Price of Liberty' and One Dollar a year is the Price of The Chief.
Hv A. C Hosmek.
Red Cloud, Wkhster County, Ned., Friday, May 13, 1892.
Vol. 19. No. 42.
Is bound to keep the lall rolling
Regardless of other Great Moguls
in the Clothing Trade.
Wc ask al that arc in need of
To allow us to show them our "Blanket lined
Dusters," and give them prices on our
"Fur trinvjicd Straw1 Hats."
Shoe Buyers will not go amiss if
they buy their boots and
Shoes vi us.
Casta! to Dr. luuel Pitcher's prescription for Infiuits
samst Cklldrea. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
iber Xarcotlo substance. It Is a harmless substitute
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil.
It Is Ptaasaat. Its guarantee Is thirty years use by
MUlfoaa of Mothers. Castorla destroys Worms and allays
fiTtirlsHam Castorla prevents vomiting SoutCard
ettros Dlarrhssoj aad Wind Colic. Castorla relieves
toothlag troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castorla asslsallates the food, regulates the stomach
MmI bowels, giving healthy und natural sleep. Cat
torla Is the Children's Pauacco tho Mother's Friend.
"CiSlijoa hi Ml MirrHtil ttitiH for chll
Sim. Moaawalaw MMMialy toM nw ot IU
eul aStet ufo ar eWldra."
Pa. 0. C. Omood,
M CaatorU 1ft ia t ... luiueJy for cMMwj of
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te SSSMt wtMW mottera wSl WMlJef the real
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doa that Ureal, ttttttby mmUau
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V. J. r. RltlCHBbOI,
" Castorla U so well adapted to chlldraa Mutt
I recommenJ It Mtuper lor to my prMerlf Mom
known to me."
H. A. Aon, K. D.' ,
111 So. Oxford Si, BrooklT.. T.
Our pbyslclao. la tho childnmw rfefMt
meat hare ipoken highly of their eiperl
nca la their outaU. practloa with Caatoria,
and although wa only baTO axnoeg our
inedlcat tupplle what la known aa regular
product, yet wa axe free to confota that.th.
merits of Caatoria ha woa ua to look with
faror upon It."
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If. HI. HUNTER, Editor.
Miss Carrio ilummol's namo should
Ii.ito been annexed to tho Arbor Day
report of Dist No. 70, giyon last week.
A few Arbor Day reports were ro
coived too Into to be published last
wouk. An abridgment of them U as
Dist. No. 6. In connection with
tho opening cxcroiBcs in tho morning
tho children wcro told of tho origin
and tho purposo of Arbor Day. lie
(ore school in tho morning, a synopsis
6f a story about "a willow trco" found
hi tho'l'opular Kduoator, was written
upon tho blackboard.
In tho afternoon stories, writton by
tho pupiN, upon tho sjnopsis mention
cd, were read, sonio short quotations,
recited, a fow fuots relating to trees
given, and florae songs sunj. The
teacher read Drpnt'H "Planting of
tho Apple trie."
Wo took n walk along thu orcck to
search for flowers. As tho ground
was not in lit condition and tho yard
not fenced, only a few trees were
planted. Jcssio Warren, Teacher.
Dist. No. :)8: Wo put eff tho ob
servation of Arbor day ono wcok on
account of tho ground being so mud
dy. Wo had a literary program and
planted about a dozen trees. The
children enjoyed it very much. Mary
Dist No. 58: We replaced trees
that were set out last year and planted
several others. Tho exercises were
short, consisting of five essays ou
different kind of trees, etc., and two
songs. Emma 1. Wilkins Teacher.
Tho following report was omitted
Dist. No. 3: Wo had literary ex
ercises and planted fourteen trees nam
ing them for prominent Americans'.
I named ono for my soholars aud they
rianio'd ono for mo. Mattio McCalf,
Many teachors and pupiU deserve
tho highest commendation for tbo pro
gram usod upon Arbor Day, Impres
sions mado upon the minds of tho
children will result in good.
As tho children grow older and old
er, it becomes necessary that, ono aft
er anotbor. impressions and influences
that aro elevating in oharaotor be
nrougnt to near upon tneir minds; so
that, by and by, (education beintt a
growth) thoy may become noble aad
truo men and women, patriotio Amer
ican oitizens, a blessing to all about
them wherover they may live.
There is no otber day on which lovo
of country can be hotter taught than
on Memorial Day. Every school
should obsorvo it. Let the stars aBd
stripes have a prominent place in the
nanooi Toom, appropriate songs oe sung
suitable selections read and recited.
and the names and piotures of our
fallen heroes be decorated with flowers.
Let us tcaoh that "Patriotism is a
thing so real that bravo men cun dio
for their country."
Whcro truo patriotism exists tht-rc
is no room for tho blightening influ
ences of anarchy,
Programs for use on Memorial Day
may be found in tho North Western
Journal of Education and in other
Tho soheol board of Red Cloud
havo acted wisely in electing Prof.
Or. M. Castor as superintendent of tho
oitv schools for a period of throe years.
Every sohool should try to get good
tcaohers and keep them as long as
thoy will stay.
Somo'distriotq aro commencing to
agitato ho subject of fenoing school
groundf)." Let tbo agitation proceed
until it Tcsults in tho needed improve
ment'. The Stajo Superintesdest has call
ed a .convention of County Superin
tendent's A hirofioein Lincoln to-day,
May 13th,' for co'nYeVeoco on eduea-
tionSl subiectsC, ", .
A few district toards have been
negligent in regard to supplying their
Kohools with a sufficient number of
books, eto. Under tho now text-book
law It is the right of every pupil to
lio supplied fits needed books, etc, to
bo loaned to them by the distriol, pa
trons havjrjg the privilege of purchas
ing books of tbo board at cost to the
district, if they desiro their children
to own their own books.
Boards should see that overy sbild
from eight to fourteen years of age
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We will undersell any house in Red Cloud.
Call and see. Highest prices for Butter
K. M. MARTIN & SON,
a, f... H.1.-..I -A l...i fnli tllA In (Iff Ml tt
pill have secossary books, eto; so that
the tax payers may get valuo receiv
ed for the money expended for educa
tional psrpoies in every sohool dis
In s district having an onuuiora,
tion of forty pupils and sponding
thirty dollars a month for sohool pur
poses, tho minimum expense is seventy
Ivo costs s month or threo and thrco
fourtaVtSBth s day for each pupil. If
there is aaaveragoattondadoo of only
tes, the eoit for oaoh pupil is thrco
dollars s aassth or fifteen cents a day.
It pays to have every pupil iu the
district enrolled and at school every
dsy. It seems that the distribution
of the state apportionment should, bo
based upon tho averago attendance
and sot upon the enumeration in each
district. A ohanj(o in tho prcseat
law might bo benefioial.
In most of the districts of this
eoun try,. books and other supplies iro
furnished so thut little complaint need
A farmer would not think of send
ing a hand to cultivate corn without
any shovels es his cultivator. Teach
ers and pupils cannot do satisfactory
Webster Co. Abstract Offfee
J. II. UAILEV, Abstractor und Prspriaf4Ka
Accurate Abstracta Promptly Furnished for any LsmbsbsI
county. A complete und Accurate sot of jllislSTsatf
and a 910000 bond filed Tlllt county Judge laasajWI
For Abstracts, Cheap Farm Loans oif ' $6fte
good Bargains iq Real Estate, call 6u
J. H. BAitEVy
MSB. CLOVB, - JSEBUJUSMA.
Warner & Warren,
... " THE TWO JO'S "
Have opened a Real Estate Office,
AMD AM BEADY TO SELL TOT
Farm or City Property, or Auction off your Stock or Hovpt
hold Goods. Have somo Bargains to oif er to sjr
who call a this offloe, .
2d Poor North of F. & M. Bank, Up Stfi
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