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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (July 1, 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, July , 1892.
Special Low Prices
During the Month of June.
C. WIENER, Prop.'
CMtoria la Dr. Samuel Pitcher prescription for Infants
Mid Children. It contain neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Xarootio substance It is a harmloM substitute
. for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil.
? It Is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years use by
Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays
feverlshness 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 the Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend
Calerlataaaewellet medicine for call
ren. Mothen tare nptatedlr told sae of Ua
good eCeot upon tbek children."
Dr. O. 0. Omood,
teOert the k remedy ft cldldreB of
rtlch lam acquainted. I nope the day to not
fardletant when inothwiwUleoMtdM the real
lateral of their children, and uw Caatorla In
KUad U taavariau quack ioetnaaahlcb are
tbetreytac loved ooea, by oretagojittim,
worahta". ootblag ayrap aad other hurtful
mgmU domi their throat, thereby sending
aheaato pwshira gravea."
" Cattoria la so well adapted to chlldrea thai
I recommend it at luperlor to any preacripttoa
n. A. Abobh.K. D.(
HI So. Oxford St., BrooklfH. Y.
Our pbyddaM in the chlldreau depart
Beat bare spoken highly of their experi
ence In their outeide practice with' Caetoria,
and although we only hare among our
medical supplies what 1 known at regular
product, yet we are free to confeea that the
inertia of Caatorla has won ua to look with
favor upon It"
Unotd Iloerrm. ahd Disrwunr,
Alum a Burro, Prt$.,
Cntau Ommfmrnr, TI Mimr Wrnt, Maw YackCity.
1. M. HUNTER, Editor.
On Monday, Juno 27, at 1 o'clock
p. m. tho Webster county Toaohcrs'
Institute oponcd. Thcro was an en
rollment of fifty-sovon, work for, tho
next day was unsigned, and plans for
tho instituto were stated.
We .were careful to solect only such
instructors ns could bo relied upon to
do good work, Thoso who aro lead-
UiK our teachers in their efforts to im
prove nro ns good as any, and hotter
than many who profess to bo institute
Wo aro glad to wclcomo visitors to
our instituto to. seo tho work belnir
done, feeling confident that all who
aro competent to 'judge of good in
struction will givo no unjust critioism
Tho teachers who aro prcBont aro to
bo commended for their punctuality,
promptness in recitation, and willing
ness to so oonduot themselves as to
help onc-anothcr and to aid thoso in
attendance who intend to bo tcaohcrs
somo time in tho future
Mrs. Etnly K. Manvillo, of Oroto,
Ncbr., highly recommended as an in
structor by porsons oapablo of judging,
is helping us in our instituto this yoar.
Wo havo not been disappointed in her
as an instructor. Sho is doiog most
excellent work in thoory and art, or
thogiaphy, reading and arithmetic.
Mental arithmetic is rccoiving tho at
tention of tho tcaohors this week.
Mrs. E. H. Bowen, of Linooln, Neb.
is with us again. As sho gained the
respect and confidence of tho teachers
of our county last year by her pleas
unt mannor and good work in our in
stitute, it is not necessary for us to
say that hor work is giving perfect
satisfaction to all conoorncd. Sho
gives instruction in grammar, compo
sition, drawing and penmanship.
Mrs, Eva J. Gaso has consented to
givo instruction in the study of U. 8.
history. Her ability as teacher and
superintendent is generally recognized
by tho people of Webster county.
Nothing that wo can say will enlight
en any one, interested in tho educa
tional affairs of the county, as to her
fitness to instruct. She oan bo trust
ed with any of tho educational work
of our county.
From many of the teachers this re
mark was heard "I am glad that Mr,
Probasco will be one of the instruct
ors in our institute." Ho is with us
this year and oonduots tho classes in
geography, oivil government, physiol
ogy and book-keopinir. His homo is
near Blue Hill. His work as teacher
in difforont parts of this county has
been hipbly approoiated. Ho is a
roprc6ontative of the onorgotio young
mon of tho West. It is neodless to
add that his work is exceedingly well
Knowing tho necessity of having
thorough work done in the so-called
common branches in our sohools, only
to tho common branches is our titno
devoted in our instituto this year.
Wo shall spend threo weeks upon the
common brandies, thus benefitting
the great majority of our teaohers and
Institute will bo in session on Sat
urday, July 2d. On account of tho
patriotism of tcaoherd our institute
will not be in session on Monday
Tho program is as follows:
Opening exorcises 8:30, A. M.
Drawing Penmanship, 9:50.
Book-keeping Reading, 10:45.
Opening oxcroiaes, 1:15. P M
Physiology and Hygenc, 1:25.
Theory and Art of Teaching 2.
Civil Govt. Composition, 2:45.
A cordial invitation is givon to
interested in education to visit
Report of school in district 5G, for
tho month ending Juno 24. Number
cnrollod 23; Average 20; Visitors 3;
Number not absent 14.
Thoso nut absent during tho term
aro Bessie Sprachcr and Mabel Wells.
Tho list day a nutubor of tho pa
trons of school gathcrod at tho school
houso and partook of a bounteous
dinner with tho ohildrcn.
After dinner tho pupils entertained
thorn with recitations and pongs.
Tho treos put out by tho school
woro all mulched by their owners, bo
foro the sohool was out.
Addik F. Hayeb, Teacher.
Sohool report in district No. 76,
Webster county, for a Unco months
term ending Juno 17, 1892. Number
of days in term GO. Total enrollment
27. Number days attondanoo 1102.
Average attendance 17. Thoso not
absont during tho term woro Gertie
and Etta Coon. Tho last day tho pa
trons of the school gathered together
with us at tho sohool house to enjoy
a picnio dinnor and a social good time
among whom wero tho distriot board
Mr. Goo. Popo, director; Mr. John
Coon, Treasurer; Mr. A. B. Wiggins,
modorator. Groat interost haB ' been
manifested by each one of tho schol
ars in his work.
Cabbie M. Hummel, Toaohar.
Do You Wnnt A Cook Beokt
The Omaha Weekly Bee is offered
for tho balanoo of Jhe year together
with Mrs. Jano Warron's cook book
of over 100 pages for 50 oents,
This book shows how to buy, dress,
cook, serve and carvo ever? kind of
meat, game, fish fowl, and vegetable
It also gives plain directions for pre
serving, pickling, eanning aud drying
all kinds of borries, fruits, meats,
game, etc. Also for making in the
best style all varieties of candies, ico
cream, oako and pastry. Besides this
thero aro several pages of useful tables
This book is easily worth tho prico
asked for it and The Bee, but the
publishers desiro to havo the paper
moro thoroughly intioduccd, hence
this liuorul offer. Send orders to
Tho Bco Publishing Company,
Republican. Why will tho Inde
pendent party noxt November be liko
tho oarth ?
Independent ISocauso it will be
big, I suppose.
Rop. No; because tho earth Is an
oblate spheroid. '
Ind An oblate spheroid ? I don't
Rep.- Flattened at tho "poll," you
We anthorieo our advertised druggist
to sell Dr. Klug'a Now Discovery for con
sumption, coughs aud colds, upon this
oondltlon: Jf you uro afllletod with a
cough, cold or utiy lung, throat or chest
trouble, and will use this remedy as direct
ed, giving it a fair trial, and experience
no benefit, you may return the bottle and
haye your money refunded. We could
not make this offer did wo not know that
Dr. King's New Discovery could be rolled
on. It never disappoints. Trial bottles
free at O. I. Cotting'a drugstore. Larg i
size COo, and 91.
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I Want to Buy Farm
Parties bavins cheap farm lands for
aalo, irdproved or unimproved oan find
buyers by caning on v, u, opauogio,
Real Estato and Loan Agent, Red
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