The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923, July 08, 1892, Image 1

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By A. C. Hosmkr.
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915,000 TO LOAN TO
No money required to receive an education at this college. Tlio only conditions of admlulon
arts a Rood moral character and nit ambition to secure an oducntlon. TliU college lias set aslilo
15,000 to 1)0 loanod during the prcsont yar to young people who whh to attend our school, hut
have not the ready fundi. All the time needed will ho given In which to pity tho loan; and a
student can tako a full courso to graduation without a dollar to begin with.
IT 18 HE&T TO PAY AS YOU GO) but If this Is Impossible you cannot afford to start
in life without an education when you lmro an opportunity like this. Ten states represented In
tho attendance and fifty graduate1 last year. Hoard In prlvato family S2.00 per week.
We teach the. Electric Short-Hahd which can bo lcarnod In lea time than other systems. After
jouhavo read tho circulars of all other schools, send for our catalogue and wo will leave It to
your Judgment which school In tho west ranks first In standing. Address,
A. M. 1IARGIS, Pre., CSritnd Island, Neb.
Ho, There!
G. W.
-Keeps a full
Sickles,
Knife Heads,
Guards, Guard Plates, Rivets,
for all kinds of Mowing Machines.
Old iron taken in exchange. Machines repaired in
good ehape. I have also a
FLOUR and FEED.
OSCAR PATMOR
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Perkins & Mitchell's old stand..
Choice Flour & Feed,
And sells it cheap.
Get his prices before buying ) oui flour.
What is
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Castoria I Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Karcotlo substance. It is a harmless substitute
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil.
It Is Pleasant. Its guaranteo 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.
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Castoria.
"Castoria Is an excellent medietas for chil
dren. Mother haw repeatedly told me of its
good effect upon their children."
Da. O. C. Osgood,
Lowell, Hum.
Castoria U the beet remedy (or children of
irUcalaiiiucqiuiinUil. I hope the day ia sot
fMdlUntwheuinillier will consider the real
Interest of their children, and uae Castoria In
ateadoflharariouaquackiioetnunawhlcban) destroying their lored ones, by forcing opium,
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
agents down their throats, thereby sending
then to premature graves."
Da.J.F.Kntcnu,
Conway, Ark.
Tke OaaUmr Gompaar, Tl If
Eternal Vigilance is the Price of Liberty," and One Dollar a year is
WORTHY STUDENTS.
DOW
line of
Pitman Boxes,
Sections,
few kind of rake teeth on hand
a. iv. now.
Castoria.
' Castoria is so well adapted to children thai
I recommend it as superior to any prawriptioa
known to me."
n. A. Anoasn, M. D
Hi So. Oxford St, BrooklfiuM. T.
' Our physicians in the chlldreun depart
ment hare spoken highly of their experi
ence in their outside practice with Castoria,
and although we only have among cur
medical supplies what is known as regular
products, yet we are free to confess that the
merits of Castoria has won us to look with
favor upon it."
TJhitid Hosrrrit. and Dmpeimukt,
fasten, Mass.
Allkm a Smith, Prt.,
array StrMt, Kaw York City.
Red Cloud, Webster County,
Educational Department.
I. Id. HUNTfiH, Editor.
Institute Notes.
Last Monday being the 4th of July
according (o announcement io this do.
purtment Inst week, institute was not
in session. Judging from tho reports
of many, tho holiday was enjoyed by
the teachers.
Tuesday is noted for a largo inorcsso
in numbers. Tho number now enroll
ed being ninity-ono.
Interest in tho work of tho insti
tute is increasing as tho days aro
passing.
As usual tho number of ladies en
rolled is larger than tho mtmbor of
gentlemen, there boing nixty-oight la.
dies and twenty-thrco gontlcmon.
Prof Bcattio's lecture at tho Moth
oJist church on last Tuesday evening
was well attended, tntereiting and in
structive. A glee elub composed of
members of tho institute sung two
pieces of music
On Fridoy morning, Prof Boattir,
boforo leaving for his homo in Lincoln
gavo an interesting talk to tcaihcrs
in tho institute.
Wo are pleased to soo somo visitors
bttt should bo better pleased if the
numbor of visitor would increase
Tho International Dictionary is in
constant use. All And ihe study of
orthography very interesting when di
rected by an able teaehcr. A "Chart
of English Sounds" is given to each
one in tho class.
Tho National Sohool Singer" is tho
book used during tho opening exorcis
os. All aro learning tho songs in it
and will ubc it in their schools next
fall. Tho childron of every sohool
should sing.
Tho instructors aro following to
somo extent, tho cxoellent "Manuel
of Institute Work" prepared under
tho direction of our effioient State
Suporintendent. Eaoh one enrolled
has a copy of it,
Twenty-five schools of our county
havo sohool work on exhibition.
Mr. Miller, editor of tho North
western Journal of Eduoation, was a
ploasant visitor last Wednesday morn
ing. In his usual foreiblo manner.
ho gave the teaohcrs somo good points
in regard to teaching and school man
agement,
Kb very teacher, and Bohool board
should subscribe for th North-West
ern Journal of Eduoation. By a unit
ed effort in patronizing ono education
ui journal in too state, JMPDraska may
havo at least ono permanent first-class
state educational paper. Lot us Jliclp
tho North-Western Journal to afford
to bo permanent, and to continito
ti be good and to improve.
The sohool work on exhibition from
tho Prescott sohool, Lincoln, Nob., is
of muoh benefit to us. It shows how
neatly work can bo done by children
All children oan do exact and neat
work if proporly taught. Tho proper
study of drawing haB a tendonoy to
causo us to do all kinds of work in a
systematic manner.
It seems that the'woather should
receive some attention evon in an edu
cational column. It has bcon cool
and pleasant greatly to tho advantage
of students and teachers doing their
work. '
The janitor, Mr. Soammon, is as
obliging and trusty as ho always has
been.
Annual and Conius reports, coming
to tho offico at this time of year, add
somewhat to tho work of tho Super
intendent during the inttituto.
Rov, J, P. Puhs Ui lecturo in
i.a
piist otmroh on iheaabct, "Char-fl
aeter and'Splrit of T'eaelilng,, next0'!!?'!'!!'1?1 0JP?$tnda and am ootid
lucsday oveninq at 8 o'clock. All
Neb., Friday, July 8,
interested in education ium curdiully
invited to boprownt.
Principal Hart of Franklin Acad
emy was an agreeable visitor ltit
Thursday. His t.ilk to tho inntiiiUo
was muoh appreciated.
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Republican Central Commit lev
Meeting.
Tho members of (bo Webster coun
ty Republican Contral oommittco aro
requested to meet at tho Holland
Houso parlors on Saturday July 9 th,
at 12 o'clock, noon.
Tho object of tho meeting is to lix
a time for tho county convention, and
to transact such other business as may
seem proper. A full attendance is
urgently requested.
G. E. MoKr.itnr, Chm.
A. 0. IIohmkr, Scoy.
Colorado's Cool Retreats.
During tho "tourists season" from
June until Soptomber the Burlington
routo has on sale round-trip tickets, at
vory reduced rates, to tho prinoipal ro
sortsof Colorado.
To Denver, Colorrdo Springs, Mani-
tou, Pueblo, and Estos Park (tho
most attraotivo spot in tho wholo
state,) particularly low ratrs aro in
force.
July and August aro tho best
months in which to visit Colorado's
unrivalled resorts, to all of whioh tba
Burlington with its connections, offers
unequalled service.
The loeal agent will bo glad to givo
you any desired information.
Do Ifou Wast A Cok Beokt
Tho Omaha Weekly Bee is offered
for tho balanoe of tho year togothor
with Mrs. Jane Warren's cook book
of over 100 pages for 50 eonts,
This book shows how to buy, dress,
eook, serve and oarvo every kind o
meat, game, fih fowl, and vogotablo
It also gives plain direotiens for pre
serving, pioklintr, canning and drying
all kinds of berries, fruits, moats,
gamo, etc. Also for making in tho
best style all varieties of candies, ico
cream, cako and pastry. Besides this
there are several pages of useful tables
of figures.
xnis dook is easily wortn tno pneo
asked for it and The Bee, but the
puDiisners aesire to nave tno paper
more thoroughly inttoduced, hence
this liberal offer. Send orders to
Tho Beo Publishing Companr,
Omaha, Ncbr.
For Flour Bad Feed
Go and seo L. P. Albright. He keeps
tho best brands and sells his flour just
as cheap as others. Also sells hard
and soft coal. Prices reasonable Of
fico and soalcs, eornor of Webster
street and 4th avenua.
Notice.
All orders for oil or gasolino loft
at Spokesfield's groccry'storo will bo
promptly filled by the BIuo Tank
Wagon.
I Want to Bay Farm
Parties having oheap farm lands for
sale, improved or unimproved can find
buyers by calling on D. B. 8paoogle,
Real Estate and Loan Agent, Red
Cloud, Neb.
...
Bee Keeper's Supplies.
A. Mob art, the hardwaro man, will
horoafter keep all kinds of Beo Hoop
er's supplies. Mail order filled
promptly. tf.
Gaaoilao Stoves.
Tbo best in tho world, for salo at,
A. Mohaht'b. 40-tf
"Good morning!" Why, I am eur
prisod; the doctors and neighbors have
all reported that your death was dully
expected,"
"Ah I yea; thoy all said I never could
recover and cave me up to.dio with
me thrvw bottles of "HMatift-
MnllHintA ninliJti I.Mha.i hh J Isi I.iL.I ju
ForsaiebyL.lI.Doyo.
the Price of The Chief.
1892.
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