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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 2, 1892)
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.W-n.1 Vinilance iTf Liberty' and One Dollar a year is the PMoe of The Chief.
By A. C. Hosmpis.
Red Cloud, Wkhster County, Nkb., Friday, Smt. 2, 1892.
The Long and Short of it is : RE A D!
Op ME4 AD BOYS BOOTS:
Havine concluded to clos3 out my entire stock of Men's und Boys Heavy and Calf Boots,
the following prices:
Men's Split Boots, Saddle Seam, Price -
Men's Whole Stock Kip Saddle Seam, price
Veal Kip, hand made, price'
Men's Calf Split Back - - -;
whole stock, hand made,
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$2 00 now $1 40
2 50 now 1 90
. 2 75 now 2 10
- 3 00 now 2 25
3 50 now 2 70
. 4 50 now 3 20
2 50 now J 90
2 75 now 2 10
l 3 50 now 2 75
4 50 now 3 40
5 00 now 4 20
1 V'S' vBoys' in same proportion. Look out for bargains in other lines when I return from market
PROPRIETOR OF THE GOLDEN EAGLE, ESTAbLISHED TEN YEARS.
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For Fall Trade
New fall and Winter Wrapsf
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We invite you to call. Highest price paid for Butter and Eggs.
R. M. MARTINf 8e CO.
Tlio Outlook or Education.
Tho tlirco cliaractcriBtlo iiiBtru
tncutalUics of modern oivditation nr-
tho railroad, tbo daily nowspapor, and
tho common soliool. Tho common
bchool moans tho acquisition, on tho
part of cacu toy ana gin, nuoinur
rich or noor. of tho noccflsary Knowl
edge required to road tbo uowapapcr
itnd make use of tho railroad to ex-
chango tho products of their own in-
duHtry fur a share in tho products 01
ilia wotld's industries.
Tho oonscauenoo of tho uso of m-
oliintry and tho steam onglno is th
irmisf.r ' I'opuUtiou from J no
country to the ciiy, and tho subutitu-
(ton of cduealod directive power ocr
inaubirics, in tho plaoo of uivro band
labur. Ilonco everywbero education
in in tbo aecendant. Aftor tho Franco
friiHuian war. Austria incruuscd its
Hobool utioiidanoo until it bus now
tliirioKii per cent of its population in
soliool. Franco has increased its
..oi.r.n'. aHnniVinnn to fifteen ner coot
of its population, wbcro it bad only
nine por cent oeioro ino uaiuo u
Sedan. About tho same timo LnijUnd
remodeled bcr own system and, fol
lowinc tbncxamploof France in 1881,
Enclnnd in 1891 haj mado her schools
free to all Iter pupils. Italy and
Spain bavo developed tlivir ccbools
1 until ten aud onc-bulf per cent of
I tluir icspectivo populations are in
tho fcohooU. In our own country, the
moncrtv hold for tbo purposes of com
man schools amounted to $130,000,
000. This has increased in twenty
years to 1330,000,000, almost ex-
ctlv $10,000,000 a year inorcaso.
In 1870 our Southern StaUs had Icsti
lb n Ruven ncr cent of tliotr population
in Bchoolc This has risen to more
Java in tho nations of hurope. A
general survey of tho world sbowa
tho nations of Kuropo first roantojt toe
education of all their people compul
sory, and after somo jean, as a legiotl
consequouoe, making education free
to all of their pupils. Self preserva
tion, both industrial and military, tar
nishes tbo reasons wbich lead to this.
In our country the political reawm
has been tno leading motive. n u
to govorn ourselves, and eaoh one of' w
us Ib to help govern the rest, t !
obviuB to our political some mat me
better cducatod each eitiiea is, lae
better governed wo shall all be.
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Supt. W. P. BeckwiUj, Alai,
Miss.: Tho'6nly unfailing wethod of,
making tho schools better ia to lad
bettor tcaohers, or to make those bet
ter who aro already employed
Circlo work of this county, be, carried
on this year in tho following aaaaor:
Let tboso teachers, who aro so located
that they can do so, meet together at
stated limcH for the purpose of dis
cussing tbo work done eaoh moatb,
followinc tho outline furnish id by
the publishers of the Reading Cirele
t,.,b Thnia wild tint (!
with others should study the work for
eaoh mouth ns best they eau wituout
getting tho bouefit to bo derived
from a comparison of the readiag; done.
At oach teachers' association uieet-
1 t,n rnnAinir- nlrnln wnric will BOD-
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slitute about oue-nau oi me progmw.
Ann.MinnoiiipnlB nf teAehen' aaeeti
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iu'iis for the year will soon he lent to-f.
all the teachers m the iounty. , Tkei
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Inrst wore snouia d wup wii- ?
lime Ym um
How My. W. D. Weaw of OtMWN
N. Y wad cured of the severeot for
of dyspepsia? lie aara cverjth)af
ate sereaed n.e wrartug meiiMi
UiaTi ..Lntn.ch. llnfdi'i BtMia
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effootcil a perfect cure. Fun ttfcttU
lata will bo seuttif ' yoV.wrjjf ,q,'J
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than 20 per eont in 1801.. As a
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twenty per cent of Us entire popula-1 The highest praise sH.bieti;
inn kiiiiiiiii. maul iuibud nuviuum. ma . iiiiuu .m. mnr ncwrmm tbb
Near is onW IB 1 dTB, while i ll 200 cflvUst Mtliiu
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