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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 27, 1892)
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By A. C Hosmer.
Eternal Vigilance is the Price of Liberty," and One Dollar a year is the Price of The Chief.
Red Cloud, Webster County, Neb., Friday, May 27, 1892.
Vol.19. No. 44.
Special Low Prices
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" !k During the Month of June.
C. WIENER, Prop.
Castorla la Dr. Samuel Pitcher prescription for IaJknts
andObildren. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic subetaaee. It Is a harmless substitute
for Paregoric, Drops, laothlog Syrups, and Castor Oil
It Is Pleasant. Its guarantea is thirty years' use by
Millions efXetherf. Oastorla destroys Worms and allays
feverishness. Casteria prevents .vomiting Sour Curd
cures Diarrhoea and Wind Collet Castorla relieves
teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castorla assimilates '.the food, regulates the stomach
and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas
torla Is the Children's Panacea-tha Mother's Friend.
''CaatoriatsaaexoetleatiiisdlBlae far sfeH
4ren. KoUieH hare i(eatadbjrtoM met Ma
good asleot upoa their okltdna.M
Dm. O. C. Oeaoco,
- Castorla ( ftc U.t remedy for children of
which luiamuiuliilcd. I hope uie day is not
far dUUuit w Uun mother, will ooaslder the real
Interest of their children, and uw Cwtoria In
stead of ttwrartoMquaekBOstruBBwhlch are
deftrayias their tared mm, by forotogoplun),
morphine, soothing syrup asd other hurtful
agents down their throats, thereby sendta
them to premature grates."
Da. X F. KnonLOi,
"CattorUUso well aUpted to children tfea
I reoomnead it as superior toMypraerlptfoa
B. A, AacHn,sf. D.,
111 Sa Oxford 8t, BrooklnvK. T.
our physicians la the) chlMreow tfepart
meat haw spoken highly of their experi
ence is their outside practice with Costoii-i,
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 Castorla has won us to look wtth
VMITSD HOSFITAIt AND DlSFSrUBY,
Aujm a Smith, erf..
Tk OaUw Oemyajiy, Tl Murray , Ww Yswk City.
D. M. HUNTER, Editor.
We wish to prcsont Home good
thoughts from various sources this
Supt. L. II. Ford: Teuchsrs should
ho on tho playgrounds to keep down
any disorder or bad Ungusgo that
might be indulged in.
Supt. V. B. Stoclcwoll: Parents
re responsible for most of tho irreg
ular school attendance, and thoy suuin
to have no appreciation of what it
means. Argument and appeal scum
to havo no power with thcui.
Supt. Solomon Palmer: What our
public school system needs is devoted
tea a hers of hifih character, thorough
ly equipped for tho work of the
Supt. 1). W. Italian: Tho most
powcrlul iiiorul influence in a school
is iho teacher's example, hence the
flrnt requisite in n luHuhur is a rcpuMi
tion that is ubovu cu.Hfiicion. There
nhuuld bo no ttint on it. A Uocher
ohould havo no habitN that tho most
up-right of the parents of tho district
would wish their children not to ac
quire, lirilliant intellectual attain
ments will not make up for lack of
V. M. Fcnnerman: Examinations
test tho teacher's work more than the
Supt. I. Freeman Ilall: Steady
progress in educational lines is not
possiblo exoept where there i unit;
of aim and method among the teach
ers. Mary A. Spear: The best way to
mako children love work is to keep
them at work.
J). J. P. Gordy: Givo a child a
happy childhood and ho will have n
fund to draw from throughout his
Kate Field: People who do noth
ing, as a rule, know nothing, and nev
er have timo to bo of uso to any bud)
not even to themselves.
Ghicauo Herald: Laniruaue teach
ing tboulri begin orally as soon as the
child is old enough to learn, and
should bo persisted in until tho last
hour of school days.
New York Mail and Express: The
poorest children need tho hrst in
struction. S. 0. Dana: Know how to uhc
books, pamphlets, magazines, where
to uo. now much and bow liitlu to
rend, what is authority and what is
not, where arc the short cuts to fuels
nnd arguments. This kind of know!
edgo is of the greatest vnlun in those
Dr. E O. Lytc: Thcro is ns much
metal development in tho study of
Grammar as in any subject taught in
Pros. Mer II E. Gates Whrn we
goe a snliool full of bo)H, mo do not
think that ono may be president, but
that all must be cititeus.
J no. lluskin: Ileal uiucntion
means tenohing children to be oletn,
active, honest, and useful.
Snpt. T. I). Stookwellr Irreuular
attendance is the crying evil of tho
Supt. R. G. Young: The schools
cannot prosper unless supported by an
intelligent publio sentiment.
F. Louis Soldan: Tho chief con
dition for tho successful teaching of
any subject is to know it. No method
of teaolnng can enable a person to
teach what he does not know
Miss Myrtle Sawyer's M-hool hi
district numbor 51, observed Arbor
Day. Some selections wore recited,
somo essays about trees r ad, and each
pupil gave a quotation having tho
word trco in it. No trees wero plant
ed as the yard is not fenced.
Mr. Ilalph Pope, his school and the
dircotor, Mr. Jerome Bailoy, took last
Friday afternoon to clean .lousr.
They waited long and patiently for
good weather. It didn't come, but
the school house in district number
78, presents a much improved appear
ance notwithstanding tho had wcathor
Who will bo the next to report pro
gress ? ' ' .,
Report of school taught in district
5C, for the month ending May 20th,
1892. Number enrolled, 23. Aver
age attendance, 18, Visitors, 2.
Those not absent are Bessie Spra
ehor and Mabel W alls. Those not
tardy, Willio, Susio, and Bessie Spra
ohcr. We were all made glad by s
visit from the County Superintend
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We will undersell any house in Reel Cloud'
Call and see. Highest prices for Butter
K. M. MARTIN & SON,
dent, on May 10(h. Patrons of the I-, 1 1 x 1 A 1 . a. tntta .
school are invited to attend tho excr-f W PUSier JU, 7JL JJSLraCl UmCfl .
J. II. BAILEY, Abstracter n Proprietor.
Arouralo Analracla Promptly Furnished for any LaneHtSI WatMSar
coHnly. A conplelo and Accurate act f Ahetrnct Iss4ss'
mid a 10000 liond filed Tlth county Jndge Inanras ssMfs.
For Abstracts, Cheap barm Loans oi some
rood Bargains in Real Estate, call ou
J. H. BAIfcEY,
oiscs to bo given by tho school
Addie F. Hates, Teacher.
1 i .
Tho high bred Morgan etnllion, Black
Hawk Chief 4th, will make thouoason nt
the stabUi of J. o. Holcomb on Elm
street, rear of Holland house. He isn
very atyllsh, showy bone, and carries
more Morgan blood than any horse in the
atate. Breed to good horaea, raise good
oolte and no longer complain of low
PEDIOBEE: Black Hawk chief 4 was
bred by 8. B. Hitoheook of Calais, Minn,,
Blaek I lawk chief a bred by Judge l'ront
of Salisbury, Vermont, ho by nlll's lllnuk
Hawk by Bhrrinan's Morgan by Jutln
Montao. the founder of the itoriran fnm
My, 1st dam Lady Messenger; 3d by Young
iwuabletoaian; 3d dam by BUhop unmble
tpniaa;4th dam the l'rout nataby Glfford
Morgan by Woodbury's morgan by Justin
norgan. It will be euon that Black; Hawk
chief 4th traces back to Justin Morgan on
the sires side twice as the Froot mare does
also, and carried the nambletonlan blood
represented bp Bishop's uamblotonian and
xoang BaabUtoaian Terms on application
Warner & Warren,
" THE TWO JO'S M .
Have opened a Real Estate Office,
AND AM BIAOT TO I1LL YOU '
Farm or City Property, or Auction off your Stock or House
hold Goods. Havo some Bargains to of tjr to My '"
wiio call at this offloe,
J . V
A.ARNE80N, owner 2d Door North of F,& M, Bank. Up .Suifi? '
3. 0. holcomb, Manager. T ' .. wjf hWwmY1.v ,
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