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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 20, 1892)
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Eternal Vigilance is the Price of Liberty," and One Dollar
By A. C Hosmer.
Red Cloud, Webster County, Neb., Friday, May 20, 1892.
Is bound to keep the ball rolling
Regardless of other Great Moguls
in the Clothing Trade.
We ask al that are in need of
To allow us to show them our "Blanket lined
Dusters," and-give them prices .on our
"Fur trimmed Straw Hats."
Shoe Buyers will not go amiss if
they buy their boots and
Shoes of us.
Castoria Is Dr. Samuel Pitcher 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 OH.
It is Pleasant. Its -guarantee is thirty years use by
Blillions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays
foverlshness. 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. Cas
toria is tho Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend. .
" Castoria la an excellent medicine for chil
dren. Mother bit. repeatedly told roe of iU '
jootl'effcct upon their children."
Da. O. C. Oeoooo,
Cfictorla If ,ho l-t remedy for children of
wnlchliiuiuiHuntod. I hope the day Is not
far dlstautwUoamothers will consider the real
Interest of their children, ud uw Castoria In
stead ot the vartousquacknostruniswhlch are
destroying their lored ones, by forcing opium,
morphine, soothing syrup nd other hurtful
agents down their throats, thereby wading
them to premc ture graree."
Conway. Ark. I Alum a Surra, Prti ,
Tk CeoUmr Omsm TT Murray ItrMi, Maw Yewk OMy.
" Castoria Is sowellsdaptedtochlldmitfcat
I recommend it as superior to any prerariptioa
known to me."
H. A. Ancat,lL D.,
HI Bo. Oxford St., BrooklT-.'. Y.
' Our physicians In the children depart
ment hnro epoken highly of their experi
ence in their ouUlde practice with Castoria,
and although we only bar. among our
medical supplies what to known as regular
product, yet we are free to confess that the
merits of Castoria has won us to look wife
fator upon It."
Uxmra Hospital ud Disrsrunr.
D. M. HUNTER, Editor.
Wc know of ono director who took
sufficient interest in the school grounds
of hid district to spend all Arbor Day
in beautifying and improving them.
Mr. Trunkoy did this in Dist. No.
30, Amboy district, tho school grounds
arc fenoru in this district. Tho re
sult of Mr. Trunkoj's day's work with
his team should bo highly apprediatod
now and will be arjprooiatcd moro and
more as tho trees grow larger, tho
grass thicker, and tho walk in front
of the house becomes firmer.
Grassy lawns and beautiful shade
trees are not to be hnd at tho bidding
but must bo obtained only by doing
some work at tho proper time, by ex
ercising dilligent oare, and by waiting
patiently to enjoy them.
Lot us hare more school ground
fenced, and more members of sohool
boards interested in tho improvement
So much ruiny weather should causo
as littlo irregular attondanco at
school as possible.
If it is impossible to plant corn
while the ground is so wot it is not
impossible to tako tho children to
school. Tbcy will not be in the rain
and mud so much at school as at homo.
We have dcen children kept from
school on aooouut of wot, muddy
weather that would run into and out of
tho house all day at home. As horses
get tired standing in the stable it
would give them some ezeroiie to use
them in taking the children to school
in tho rcorning and in bringin g them
home from school in the evening.
Kern the children in school.
The school tax is the largest tax;
tho school tax is the best tux. To
get the benefit of the money expend
od for sohool purposes, all children
of sohool age should bo is sohool every
day that it is in session.
Do not neglect to
lion Day in all the
In many of our Bohool rooms, the
stars and stripes form a part of the
decoration, Every school should
have a flag.
John Earner's sohool planted about
sixty trees and sung some appropriate
dongB on Aroor day.
Nothing but siokness should keep a
ohild out of sohool for a long period
of time. Everything necessary to
(jive a child a good education is fur
nished in the publie schools. ,
Don't let patched clothing keep
your children out of sohool. Keep
tho olothes of your children olean,
(no lack of water this spring with
which to wash them) patch them if
you arc obliged to use as many colors
as there were in "Joseph's coat," and
send them to school. The boy with a
patcu on nis knee, and the gill with
only a calico drers latched at the
olbow, to wear nay stand srnong the
best ia their classes at school, and
rank with the best and most inflicntial
cit'sens in tho future.
Teach them not to fear being lauteh-
ed at: but, that by becoming the best
speller, the best reader, the best ar
itbmeticlan, the best grammarian, or
tne ocst penman, and one or the brst
players at recess, a pupil may guin a
plaeo in the affection of his school
mates that will crowd all ridicule out,
A ciroulitrjraa soot lo l he teachers
this week asting them to obocrve
The editor has frequent quirirs in
the "Uonferenoo with Ttnolwrs" ns to
the authority of a teacher over pupils
out of the school yard, and he Ima al
ways been conservative in his advice,
Judgo Giofh, of California, has recent
ly givon a ruling upon this point. A
teacher whipped a boy upon tho side
walk for boistcrousness. He t.icn
called a cob and took the flogged boy
ana tiu companion to ilio homo of tne
latter, in which he was living. Upon
arrival, the tcaohcr advised tne woman
to emphasize his "thrashing ' by one
of her own, against which In r sou
ItroUstcd, and tho teacher whipped
lim on tin spot. Tho judue paid that
tho court always sustained every rea
sonable effcrt of a tcaohcr to main
tain good order among children in
school and out. and justified tho side
walk whipping; but whon a teacher
eaters a private residonce and whips
a boy a the prcsenoe of his mother,
the eoart must draw a line. The
tenoher was fined $15.---New Kng. and
National Journal of Education.
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We will undersell any house in Red Cloud, '$$,
Call and see. Highest prices for Butter 4 ;-
K. M. MARTIN & SON,
The high bred Morgan etnlliou, Dlnck
Hawk Chief 4th, will mnko the senson at
the atabie of J. o. Holcomb on Elm
street, rear of Holland Iioubo. Ho is n
very stylish, showy horse, and carries
more Morgan blood than any boreo in tho
state. Breed to good lioreop. raieo good
colts and no longer complain of low
FEDIQBEE: Blnek flawk ohluf 4 was
bred by B. 8. Hitchcock of 'Vnlajn, Minn,,
sire YMrnly'a Black Hawk ciiief by
Blaek Hawk ohlof 2 bred by Judgo Front
of Ballsbary. Vermont, he by ii Ill's Muck
Hawk by Hhrrman's Morcan by Jutin
Morsaa. the founder of the uoratin tarn
Uy. 1st dan Lady Mwonger$ Ud by Young
Kambl.toalans 8d dam by Bishop uamblo
tosdaa;4thdaithe Frout ware by OifTord
Morgan b Woodbury's morgan by Justin
wrgii. It will be son that Black Hawk
chisf 4th traces back to Jnstlu Morgan on
the sires side twice as the Frout mare does
also, and carried tho immbletoninn blood
represented bp Bishop's nambleloninn and
touig uanbletooinn Torms on npjillciitlon
at above stable.
J. 0. holcomb, Mnungcr.
Farm loans at lowest interest.
Strictly irst-class Joans at lower ratos
thaa) has e vrr been givon in this ooun
ty before. Option lo pav port or nil
ui oud or itny j ear, u, ir. uathku.
Webster Co. Abstract Office
J. II. IIA1LKY, AltstrHvter and Prirletsr.
Accurate Abstracts Promptly Furnished fbrtiuy LWsWto'Hi WbMMr
county. A complete and Accurate set of AfeetffM bsjoiM
and a S10 liond riled Tltta county Judge iNMarfe); ;tNay
For Abstracts Cheap I'arm Loans oi some
good Bargains in Real Estate call 6u
HJED CJLOlin, NXJBUABMA
Warner & Warren
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