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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (June 10, 1892)
By A. C. Hosmer.
Special Low Prices
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During the Month of June.
C. WIENER, Prop.
Castorla is Dr. Samuel pitcher's prescription for Infants
and Children It contains neither Opium. Morphine nor
other Narcotlo substance. It Is a harmless substitute
for Paregoric. Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor OH.
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' use by
Millions of Mothers. Castorla destroys Worms and allays
feverlshness. Castorla prevents vomiting Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castorla relieves
teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castorla assimilates the food, regulates tho stomach
and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cat
' toria is the Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend '
" Casfarla la an excellent medlcina for chll-
4ren. Mothers hate repeatedly told msot its
good effect upon their children."
i.Dn. O. O. Osgood.
' Lowell, Has.
' Castorla I J tho ' kj.c remedy for children of
which I am iwijaalutod. I hopo tho day la not
far distant vrheu mothers will consider the real
fetertst of their children, and use Castorla In
toad of the various quack nostrum which are
destroying their loved ones, by forclngoplum,
morphine, soothintf syrup and other hurtful
Agents dow their throats, thereby eendlnz
them to preiuUure graves."
Da. J. F. KwcntLos,
Tk Ccatamr Cemjay, TT
Eternal Vigilance is the Price of Liberty," and One Dollar a year is
" Castorla la so well adapted to children thai
I recommend It as superior toauypruaoripUoa
known to me."
H. A. ABCaaa, M. D
1U Bo. Oxford St., Brooklyn.!. Y.
' Our physicians In the chlldreait depart,
ment have spoken highly of- their experi
ence In their outside practice with Castorla,
and' although wo only hart among our
medico) supplies what is known as regular
products, yet wo are f reo to confess that the
merits of Castorla has won ua to look with
favor upon It."
Unitxd IIowit.ii. and Duwust,
Alts 0. Smith, Drt$.,
Hurray Itract, Hew York City.
Red Cloud, Webster County,
I. HI. HVNTF.R, Kdllor.
Decoration day was generally ob
Bcrvid by tho schools io session.
In district No. 3G, recitations were
t;ivcn as follows:
Tho Stars and Stripes, Eva Holin
grain. Mother !h tho llattle Over?
.loans Earner. Success in Life, Duisy
Crart. Tho1 Knot of JJlue and Gray,
Susio Amack. Tho Boys Who Never
Cntuo Hack, Katie Ailes.
J NO. M. Ha K.N Kit, Tcaccr.
On visiting Dist. No. 37 last week
wc found tho school rooui nicely dec
orated, showing that tho teacher, Mrs.
Jennie Hal), and her school observed
Decoration day in a very appropriat.i
Many of tho schools nro closing
their spring terms and entering upon
fchb long sum mo r vacation. No doubt
teachers and pupils all fell desirous ot
tho change, and will bo ready next
full to commence work with rennwoJ
On last Friday evening commence
ment exercises wtro held by tho high
schools of lied Cloud and Bluo Hill.
Tho cxeroises arc reported as being
of such character as to givo honor to
tho schools, the teaohcrs, and the
graduates. The pcoplo should feel a
prido in tho efficiency of the public
Bchools in giving aa education to thoso
who comploto tho course that is of bo
much value to tho young Americans
as citizens of our country.
Wo aro sorry to say that (hero are
somo who do not uio tho means with
in their power to have their childron
recolva a good publio school educa
tion. A parent who neglects through
oarolcsBuoss or indefferenoo to sond
hib children to the publio sohool in
fringes upon tho rights of Ins child
dron which aro theirs by birth as
natural born citicons of theso United
No one is a good loyal American
oitizon who will not educate bis child
drcn. At tho close of tho Quido Rock
schools last week an entorUinmont
was given to raiso funds for the com
mencement of a school library.
Wo havo not heard how muoh mon
ey was raised for tho purpoic, but
hopo that tho entertainment was n
financial success for bo worthy an ob
ject, It would bo of much benefit to tho
Eooplo of every distriot to have a li
rary containing somo of tho works of
our best authors. Pupils become
tired of reading day after day tho se
lections found in their readers. It is
a faot that tho best readers in school
aro tho pupils who read something at
homo. As many children do not have
any reading matter at homo that is of
benefit to them a publio sohool library
would supply tho need.
Tho following list for children from
1Q to 15 years of ago is recommended
by the Publio School Journal, Bloom
Wonder Book, Hawthorne; Water
Babies, Kingsley; Littlo Womon, Miss
Alcott; Tales of Shakespeare, (Jhas.
and Mary Lamb; Zigzag Series, But
ter worth; Boys' King Arthur, Lanier;
Tom Brown at Hugby, HughoB; Lit
tlo Lord Fontloroy, Mrs. Burnett;
Vioar of Wakofiold, Goldsmith; Unolo
Tom's Cabin, Mrs. Stowe: Black Beau
ty, Miss Sowcall; Fairio Land of
bcicnco; Miss Buckley; Lady of the
Lako, Scott; History of England,
Dickens; Ago of Pablo, Bullfinch,
Sketch Book, Irving; David Copper
field, Dickons; Boya of 76, Coffin;
Hiawatha, Longfellow; Snow Bound,
An excellent graded list may bo
found in tho Red Cloud oourse of
study for publio schools.
Sohool report in Dist No. 34 for a
ttirco months' term ending Juno 3d
Number of days in torm, CO. To
tal enrollment 12. Numbor days at-
tendanoo 577. Avorago attondanco,
y. Uharlio stocko was not absent dur
ing tho torm.
Thoso not absent more than a wcok
aro as follows: Porlio Stooko, Lena
xurnor, urant Turner, and Mablo
Tho last day the patrons of the
scuooi ana tuoir mends gathered witn
us at tho Bohool liouso and we had a
. Alter whieh we had literary exer
cises, and ioe1 cream and lemonade
furnished by the director Mr. Saliden
Neb., Friday, Juni; 10,
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We will undersell any house in Red Cloud
Call and see. Highest prices for Butter
; ' , and Eggs j
E. M. MARTIN & SON,
and the treasurer, Mr. Stocko, which
tho ohildren enjoyed very muoh.
Groat interest has been manifested
by tho scholars in their work.
Thcro has been but littlo tardiHCSJ,
and very good behavior throughout
the term. Nettik M. Hummel,
Misses Olivo Foo and Addio Hayes,
toaobers in Dist. No 24 and 5G, ed
servo credit for tho way in which
Dacoration day was observed iu their
Levers of Art.
Attontion is called to tho faot that
tho well-known Portrait Artist from
tho east, V. M. Guiwjta. is in tho
city for a short time only, and all lov
ers of fine crayon work, now hayo tho
opportunity of scouring good Portraits
of themselves or friondn. The Artist
has a wido-sproad reputation as a first
class and successful Artist in tho
most popular picture of modern times!
IIia f1nn All intB mi!trintnnil T
..u v.ujuii. nui h" "
first-olass. Givo him a call at Brad
brook's Photo Gallery, lied Cloud.
Children Cry for
the Price of The Chief.
Webster Co, Abstract Office
J. II. IIAIIiF.Y, Alitftractcr an Proprietor.
Accurate AbttlraclM Promptly Viirnlakoil for liny Land In Wchttcr
county. A cotnplolc ami Accurate net or Abstract feeoki
mid n 910000 lioiicl lllcilTltlicountyJuilito lumircs satl
For Abstracts, Cheap Farm Loans or some
good Bargains in Real Estate, call ou
J. Hf BAILEY.;
M1SB 4JLOUI, - JXEBUASKJk.
Warner & Warren,
" THE TWO JO'S "
Have opened a IJeal Estate Office
AND ABU BSAS7 TO, SELL YOU '
Farm or City Property, or Auction" off your Stock or House;
hold Gooclfl, Havo some Bargains to offer to any
who call a this office, -
2d Door North of F, & M, Bank, Up Stairs
Voi,.19. No." 48-
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