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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 4, 1893)
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ClrcMlnlien, lcr Week, 13AO.
A.O. Hosmrb, Hdltor.
IiAiior Tait. Asst Jxcal Kdltor.
OUR EDUCATIONAL, COLUMN.
Br D. M. 1IUNTKB, CO. UUIT.
Teachers, offioors and patrona of
Iho public schools of Webster county,
Id order to crcato a greater interest
is education, some educational meet
ings wilt bo held in tbo country dis
tricts of this ounly, during this
school year. At each meeting not
only the teacher, officers and patrons
of the district in which tho meeting
is held but also thoso of tho adjoining
districts aro ozpeoted to bo prosont.
la tHeae meetings, educational mat
ters of general interest trill bo dis
cussed, and tho school in "our own
district" will rccciro tho greatest
share of attention, It is tho inten
tion of the superintendent to visit the
schools in tho district in which tho
meeting is held, and in the neighbor
ing dlstriots, just beforo tho mooting.
These meetings may be made interest
ing and profitable. Patrons, officers,
teachers and superintendent will have
an opportunity to beoome hotter ao
ajuaiotcd, to understand one another's
motives batter, and to co-oporato with
one another in trying to cdueato their
boys and girls so as to cause them to
be more intelligent citizons than their
parents aro. There should bo a good
attendance at every mettlnci The
meetings will bo held on Thursday
evenings, at tho school houso in tho
following districts, on the following
Sopt. 14, 93,
13 Jan. 4, '04
ii 15 ii
Apr. 5 "
Nay 3 "
The first grade class, organised for
tho purposo of studying algebra and
physios during this school year, will
hold their meetings on tho last Satur
day of each month of tho school year.
At thoso meetings a recitation will bo
conducted, in the two branches, upon
the work previously arranged to bo
done during the month in which the
mcetfngjs hold. Threo mootings of
the class wero hold last spring. The
mooting in September will bo hold in
ltfd Cloud. At each meeting tho
elasa will decido upon tho place of
holding tho next meeting. Applo
ton'a Sohool Physics and llrook'a Elo
entary Algebra aro used by tho
class. Recitations havo been ar
ranged for the full course as folio we-
rilVSICH. ALOEBllA. TIME.
9 to 44
i to 73
73 to 100
100 to 129
129 to 155
, 155 to 182
' 182 to 203
203 to 226
22G to 248
1 to GO Apr 20, '03
GO to 105 May 27, '93
105 to 1G5 July 1, '93
1G5 to 200 Sopt 30, '03
200 to 244 Oot 2893
244 to 285 Nov 25, '93
285 to 328 Deo 30, '93
328 to 369 Jan 27, '94
369 to 407 Feb 24, '94
248 to 272 407 to 446 Mar 31, '91
272 to 289 44G to 480 Apr 28, '94
289 to 314 480 to 505 May 26, '94
314 to 336 505 to 540 Juno 30, '94
This class intend to study algebra
ana pnysica this year, geometry and
oouny uo next, and at tho closo of
the two years to bo ablo, upon exam
inatiou to obtain a first grado certifi.
There will not be so many general
teacher's meetings held this year ns
last. At oach of theso meetings, tho
Reading Circle work of pup'ls and
teachers, tho 8tato courso of study,
methods of teaching, principles of
government, etc., will rcocivo attrn
tionsTho Webster county tcachor'H
neetirigs were better attonded last
year than they wore during any pre
Tioua year. Let us improvo upon last
jear's work. Tbo places of meeting
and dates are as follows: Cowles,
Sopt. 23, '93. Bluo Hill, Noy. 4, '93,
Inavato, Deo, 2, '03, Guido Rock, Jan.
13, 'Ui, Rod Cloud, March 10, '01,
Bladen, May 12, '04.
Programs of oach meeting will bo
ent to teachcriat the proper timo.
All teachers are rocommendod to do
the SUte Roading Cirolo work for the
years '93 and '04.
V' JTho books scleotcd bv tlie Stato
1 1 Heading Cirolo Board are as followBt
iae bobool Waster in Literature aud
THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, RED CLOUD,
Whilo's Elements of t Pedagogy or
Shepherd's Historical Readings.
Tho North Wcstorn Journal of Ed
ucation is tho official organ of tho
Stato Superintendent, tho State Teach
er's Association, and tho Stato Read
ing Cirolo. Every teacher and sohool
board should bo a subscriber to tho
Reading Cirolo books and N. W.
Journal may be obtained through tho
County Superintendent at reduced
Every loaohor is tho managcrof tho
Pupil's Roading Cirolo in his district.
The Pupil's Roading Circle work
should recoivo spcoial attention this
year; and teachers, patrons and officers
should be united in their efforts to
oauso tho reading to bo done by tho
pupil?, so as to htlp tho boys and
girls to aequiro a tasto for tho read
ing of good literature.
ai ino icachor a mooting held at
Quide Rock last spring, tho County
superintendent wih appointed con
dylar of tho Pupil'- Roading Circle
work for this county. Tcaohcrs aro
expected to mtroduco tho work, into
their Bohoola early in tho year.
Ulliocrs and patrons should visit
their schools oftoner. Teachors
should visit tho pupils at tholr homes
frequently. By becoming acquainted
with ono another's views iu regard to
sohool matters, and by trying to do
something for tho benefit of the
schools, teachors, patrons and officers
may cause an advancement in tho cd
ucattonal work of our county this
Alio school houso should bo made
tho center of attraction in tho district.
Spelling bees, vocal musio lessons,
literary exoroises, etc., hold at the
school houso on somo of tho long wint
er evenings, if properly conduotcd,
are helps in tho culturo and refine
ment of tho rcsidonts of tho district.
Let us all work togother for the
better education and the higher cul
turo of tho young pcoplo of our neigh
borhoods, and for tbo continued ad
vanccment of our public schools.
We Moan Utilises.
The TlUblio 8 nuiok to nntir.ninf a nn
nrtide of merit, and when th publiahorB
of tho State Jourunl begun offering their
ouiui-wtwKiy ui owy tu.uu n yeur, tho
same price that otueru iwk for tholr
weeklies which only kivo half bh many
pnnore, tho subscription lint doubled in
ft Tew months, and has oinco beon crow
ing with wonderful rapidity, louvlng the
old-fahionod weeklies nwny behind.
Pooplo don't aeo nny nso in waiting a
wholo week for tho nowH when they enn
got it frenh twico n week for tho sauiu
rnonoy. Kendera of tho Somi-Wookly
Joornal Kt 104 paporH u yoar for their
fl.OO which in Iohh thnn one con t per copy,
and they tlud tho pnpor almost us uood
n daily. If you have not yet tried
this groat potior, do bo nt c noe. It gives
yon the market twico n week, which
alone is worth tho priuo. Somo of our
Bpeejnl offers nro: The Jonrnnl nnd eith
er the Standard History of the United
btntoB, Stnn!oyn Adventures in Africn,
Life of Spurgoon, Life of Harrison,
handsomely bound books, nostiico nil
paid, for 81.40. Tho Journal nnd Woolly
NOW York Tribune both nnn vnr si .-.
For 82.00 wo will cnd Tho .Tnnmnl '
years undone of tho nbovo books free;
ivi.umwuwiii nonu j. no .journal and
1 ribunp, and any ono of tho books. W
menn business and our offers nro right
down to hnrd-tlme prices. Sond for n
free sumnle nt once. Adiirnn.
NKUBASKA 8TATK JOUBNAI,,
Hall J Hall! Ilnll!
Fannora should call on H. K. Pond of
ii ii '! V llHV0 tnclr croP8 Protoct-
r urmico. xiom wait until
your crop iu destrojed.
See W. W. Wright' for tho flnostenso.
line stovea in tho city of Red Cloud?
Don't forget it, that Morhart wants
n oi mo oia rags ho can buy, from
Don't forgot it and ncl'l thtm
.. weWcn'B Arnica Salve.
The best salvn in the world for ouls,
bruises, sorea, Ulcere, Salt rhotim, fovor
25 atei.W". chilblni?,
tivoly cures piles, or no pay required. It
Is i gimrnntocd to givo perfoot Biitisfnction
. "iwiuy nuunucu. iTioo as cents
box. For sale byCotting
pi?li,,i?.,1Jirm,,t HIllt r,)r "n'o t L
P Albright'8 Hour and feed Btoro.
, For Sale.
a uno Vinson & irnmlln
Nearly now. Will bo sold cheap and
Hod Cloud, Nob. .) t, '
The Army Itlll
, "? J".8 on that worries ns but the
doctor's bill. Kcop n supply f iC.
Family Medicines on hrn d an I roduco
Children Orv for
Children Cry tot
Children Cry for
First Clnaa Boarding
Mr. S. Uaylcs wishes to announco to
tho public that he is prepared to take
boarders at 13.50 prr week, sleeping
included. Apply at 4th Avonuo
Some of tho best farms in Webster
County at a bargain. SeolI.E. Pond.
MmNitt will oxchnnge Hour nn1 feed
nt ciinh priocfl, for corn,outfl or potntot-s
at murkot priccn.
Murk Twttln Maya
That you cun nlwnyB enre n mule of kick
ing it you out oil his tail Just behind tho
ear. Uso Haller'n Hurh Wire Liniment
nnd it will do just nj well. For onto by
Taylor keeps the largest and best
selected Block of wall paper ever
brought to Red Cloud.
All fnncy rockora 15 per rent discount
of 30 dnyo. F. V. Tailob.
List your forms or city propeity
for sale or rent with II. E. Pond.
WTwn lUby mi sick, wo gaie hor Outori.
When iho was Child, she crlfd for CMtorla.
When she became Mlis, sho clung to Caitorl. ,
When iho had ChlMreo, (be (tie tbem Castorla,
Conl, Flour and Feed.
Don't you forget that L. P. Al
,o ght soils more coal, flour or food for
II than any one. See him.
All. kinds of Beo supplies nt A. Mo
hurt's. Such ns sections, smokers nnd
Trout North Carolina.
"We-uns want you-uns to know, that
wo-uns tuok threo bottles uv Holler's Bos-
prillu nn' got olar cured of biles. We-unn
live nt Hill's Kornera; Norf Caralln, an'
we-uns don't koor if you-nns no we-uns
mu jiov uiios. trot sale by Doyo & (i rice.
Go and sco Sherwood & Albright
fill aIiaSa. n.M.n.. ..HM!.!AU r ;.
-w. vuirivu lUUUIICS, piUVIBlUIIH, irUUS,
candies, etc Thoy keep no stalo
goods; All fresh and tho host brands.
Farm lor Sale.
I dcBiro to will my farm ftltunted four
inilcB rauthwfBt of Ouido Ilock, nnd 8i
uiilcH from Rod Cloud. Level farm, 7o
ucres uudcr cultivutioii. I ulso havo u
good ClydcHdulo horso for buIo cheap.
Cull on or uddress, S. L. Fijahkh.
' :ir.-C0d-tf fiuido Itock Nob.
CouiEcriNO douo on rensonnblo terms.
J. U. Wiiiout, Constable,
lied Cloud, Neb.
In order to reduce stock, we will sell
all fnnoy rookors for 10 per cent dlsoount
for Vi days. Now is tho timo if you want
a nico rocker. F. V. Tailob.
Agency Fire, Lightning and Tor
Written in tho boBt and oldest com
panicrt, ut lowest rates. Call and boo mo
OIUuo over post olllcu. Rod Cloud, Nob
The World's Fair.
Reports from Chicago uro u unit in
dprnonstratinj- whut u grout many pco
plohavo till along nssertod, viz.rthut vis
itors to tho World'M Fair cun llnd first
cIubh accommodationB ut very modorntn
I L'uri'H. Tho fact is, there is very littlo
(1 1 leultv in M'curing a gKxl room at
bl.OO a day. That surely is rcnBonablo
onoiiKh for anvono! Ah to tho cost of
getting to Cliicago. tho Uurlington
louto h local aj;ent will gladly givo you
Tilt RcnilllllP.III Vullnv f ....1 ...!..! ...
h.1innj!wi"1 'B.k0 no".';0 !'t n 11,0 a ImiAV or
.linns lo. Alnnzn l. linn ner, the plaintiff
hen-lii, lllec! IiIn iie-.ltlon In llm coimty conrt of
.;,,.,. .i. ,,,,."r".","" wnsi rniu Ue-
ICIIUHllt. tlinnhlnpl niwl imi., ... iii.i. M.M
obtalu Juiluint-nt Hpiiiu said defendant on nc-
r?lV.,l.if Juon1y ,,a,,'t ,'"d OHt D,, oxienUed by
plaliitlR tor llm nso of xald defendant nml A
i'7 insiance nnd rrqueit, on tho reilcinn
t Ion of undi for Iho mid 'defendant from x
Hem. ami one Jim. C. Mitchell, havloic been
SlttTlU'lltiK ' nc"" ".RarnlAro, jiGilnilff
ft-udams In bis IimimIs may bo subjected to tlie
V'.VlI,,ul,i.Vr. Mi'.V.,,"?t. f'''i dm. nimmin m said
eiiuw. flalntlif cluiiiH there Is line dim In sal I
loiinmreMiilri-dioniiwrr s:ild petition on
?kh MoudaJ' ,uu ll" uy ot September,
IMtyd July 21th, 1803.
O. C. KLVN-nuno,
(Jiiid Onico at llloonilnKlon. Nob.. July 2j. ms,
. 0,l.oe .'?. ""eby.i! vi-n that the followlnL'
'" ! IS, !.,?..n', I1 l",t,co ..' l"lontlon
Notice to Non.Rcsldent.
In the Iflstrlct Court of Webster County. we.
Thomas O. Unrtoo,
llM! P1',1"1". 'Jf.rrv. 1'nlcht, 'James
Walsh. '1 he Janiea Wulili Mercantile Co.
J. Irands Miulili, Truatee.
To tho above named noii-reslilent defemlnnti!
You am lioreby notlllud that on the aoin dai of
July, iwj, nlaliitin hi-rcln ilk-,1 his rVotltlon In
Iho district court of Webster county , Nebraska!
aK.Uiistyon,iiiiileaded with tho otLer delonil.
ants named In tbo title of said oauso. the object
ami prill or of which Is to foreclose n certain
niorluanH executed by the defeiiilanti ii,S,..l
I.. I'elKht and Harry Keluht. lo K. W. Mil or
in "bineff o6i Ml) In' Williams additional ?2
original town, now city of lied CMoud, Websto?
promfory note, dated AiiKiiHt-ad, lRM, for thS
mini of lUe hundred and neventy dollari lisml
nnuouoniKi pa) able one dar nftor data: that
there l now due upon s.ilil nolo u,;,i mn.V.S"
and duo niwl n mil, n , a.V ,ft.""."r." W
there now due upon s.il.l nolo ui-d nior'tiaci
the sum of nine hundred and ieventy.nvo doi
.... ,. ..i... !..:... -.-. ... .. i.iviiKnun
rialutllt irayi tlmtn de
.... .'..lv,0,; ?"" '"ptyn ut leu tier cent tier
wild cause, lorecloilnu wld mortKaiJe nmiiiiJ!
jou and sour eo-deleudantoi that the abovn
.lescrlUil property bo auld iiiiile" wld diVeo?
that the proceed of said nale i L.i..ii.JS'
decree be cntorod In
oi jou. or nny of your oo-defenTbiiiii in i .A
;ald ptein sfc8,1ln oilluditedtjobo iinlor inn in0
fer or tot ho n niiif-n r..AV.." '!!' .nd In-
icwrt III 8ald i;idrladpwrilMa uro,uer '"
ou are lien-by notlfleil that you aro r.n,,ir..i
to niicr mil ix-titlou on or herViVS'ff.'J? iK5'
day of AiiRiut, JwV a d If o.i1.iuoauwir
the name on or brfore ald day. fj 0 fei m
allcgationa opi.tnlned therein wl bS takSif...
IW?c!n,p,ra.,,,c,,t tt,,a "ttS
ny Jame8 McNkst, mlTO" " D.
uui it'ii in an LMiuirvnr riuim.,H,... r. rrr- ""
w pin.ny miiih I'ltnu III ftlMMKJri IH llll C III 111. lll
!,,' Wif J'H 'V '"VJ!""- bofore the eTerk or
tho illsWit court. Webster county, nt lied
iJi!",l Nc!js""-"nuliinl.iy. Heutember sdl
IKW.M: Frank Htnke. lid. Api. No. ism, for
Iho U!i neU Sec -Jl. T I. N Hni ue 1-j Vf Cth K M
110 naiiuii llm fo lnulnir win....... X Ui'.'
his loiitlnuoiM resldeuco uimii and cultu'itloii
of shI.I 1.UKI, vizi Alfred llcfall, John it. o
J"i7s(;.'!or'V5 w; """"'"I. Oliver McCftll, all
of lird tiond, Mcbnukn, '
waul mo paj inent of the amount due i e p'a hi
till upon i.ifd note uud nioituuie, with InCmlt
nii.l-ou-ipf milt.nnil that any r ht, tltte ffin
or utcrcst owned or claimed bv 1S oi'Sl,1,1""
AND OTHER DISORDERS OF THE KIDNEYS
CAN BE PERMANENTLY CURED BY USING
DR. J. H. McLEAN'$
LIVER AND KIDNEY
It Is a safe and unfailing remedy for alt
Kidney TmMes, Liver Disorders
and Female Irregularities.
Price One Dollar Per Bottle,
Ike Dr. J. It. McLean Medlclie Co.,
8T. LOUI3, MO.,
Adjusts Itself to any
Has two Bows of
Will hold Hamas
In pine bettor than
any ether Collar.
Have a Few More of Those
Also a large line of harness, Ac.
Call and see me If you want
J. L. MILLER.
The Veteran Harness Man.
E. A Sitrpsoi,
Bldg Hill Ngb.
W. M. GRANNIS
Repairing neatly and
Special rates on tublar
New Real Eatate Firm,
J. H. DAVIS & SON,
Loan and Insurance Agents.
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
6fllce with D. P. Trankcy, Moon Blook
Wo have located in Red
Cloud and will be pleated to
have people who deairo ti Hnll
tneir farms to call and list
their lands with uh an va
nave eastern buyers.
Gall and see us.
M. II. DAVI St SON.
II ! II
D. B. Spanogle,
and Lqan Agent
AUGUST 4, 1893.
Fort Abstract Co., Red Cloud,
L- H. FORT, Manager.
bstraetgi of riM'ti
Farmed to all Londsn Wetoto mntjr, Acourafoly aud
I nd -BProwa: , Add7eSToV'ea.i i on "u ",c"
Ii. H. FORT MANAQEn. Ttn
C. M. SMITH&SONr
MTV dbait X.VWK1
Ordera promptly fliiod.
G. W. MATKINS,
Dealer hi Secoild-tfarid Qqods
First door north of Moon Block,
If you want bargains you should , n'bt fail to
call and see me, for I have them.
MRS. J. L. FRAME,
, ..Proprietor or
M A ... . l
RED CLOUD, NEB.
Your patronage cordlully noliclted.
E. B. GOBLE,
Fresh and salt Meats
Med Cloudy Neb i'a Ha,
Your trade is solicited. I kill nothing but
the best of beeves, &c.
Mnrkct.Oiic-Door North of Ilc:ry Cook.
PLATT & FREES CO.
Chicago Lumber Yard
RED CLOUD, NEB.
Lumber, Lime, Coal and Cement.
THE TRADERS LUMBER CO.
Lumber, Coal, Lime, lath,
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
Prices Lower than any yard.
W. W. WRIGHT,
has tisi inwn
Barbwire, Gasoline Stoves,
Cooking Stoves, &c., &c.
In fact he has one of the most complete lines
of. hardware west of Omaha. .?
.Never leave tlie city until you ace lilin.
. 102 ft 104 W.
(SjmaferrAata auJ TmMiunl eau.nilliwntittifMirilil.xinn.1 ......... ..... '
vinau nn . i . . .-.. w - - j
OVDnilis Jhattcrrlblo disease, In all
fnmJ .n ! itJ! towns and Btagco cured.
coS?:,. ?K7ii"nP)e8indl)lotchcson tho taco. rushes or blood to tho hcau;nttinrinNi.i...i;'
S? vSSfinS ."'"nJpeMMhfulncfls, aversion to Boeloty.ioSsof6unaVD0,w.0r,JiSskJ
lU222i?z2f Ltl ': lean BtopBlinlaht losses, resforo lost mZPS10
w--j-'""tmmuiUp7wcr,emnrKotnastren(uncnwealcpartsandinaUo roufl tin mnVnl
nS?.V.?,nABUonns oi Prlvato Diseased
Dnnlf 'or both soxcu 80 pnecs. 27 nla.
orlntlA-.1FM,tI!,0tolf'Vlln H AC"
iiCta this llttlO book una nnawnrnnmllnnA.
tree iuuseum of Anatomv f?rMei'J0nl' jiepirtownii
llfn.nin T.V. . I T - 'W"IV thousands ofcurloaltlcu. Tlio
tSSH """nodeloond wax flirurcsdoeply Impress tho mind ;-a achool of lnstrut.
tlon o sermon without -air, u . aunn h..i!.ji.Vi.z1l.A 'rvV-:
aaK " Mm
Manaqeii, lied Cloud, Nub.-
"Sour patronago solicited '
All Kinds !
9th St., KANSAS CITY, MO.
A Rtrular Gradual, i M.JM. nu...
AeiandUnnitLfxatiJ. ' """ '"
OVER 37 YEARS OP SPECIAL PRACTICE.
n&?152IUc.lbT..thoSUt.oto.trcl CHR0NIO, HCRV0US orf SPMfMl
No dctentloa fmn work. I'atioita nt imlncoutMca Z UZ' i
nnd express. Medicines ent everywhere, rt o Iromffjio oflnSSJ
nKo. Chnrge low. OycrS0,000 cases cured AKo nnd cxrlln
Important lUsad littlo book, then stato your case. Scndfornnw,fnS
Seminal Weakness fipYiini n0K:i:..
itJM.ti ukua3i'n. iirrii nininnn .....
Stricture S,(irm,ncn,tly " witn
tlrnt can use tho treatment nt h'no tt
oi case, wita otatnp tor circular, mmm
'"""' "' """" """cn '
CO. KANSAS CITY, MO.
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