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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 9, 1894)
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Taking effect Dec, 3.
Train jcarrj Inn pasicnger leave Ked Cloud as
KASl' VTA HASTINGS.
Ke. 142 Passenger to Hasting - 2:30 p. m.
Ko. Ill Passenger Iram Hastings 11:35 a.m.
EAST VIA WYMOKK
No. 18, Tassengor to Bt. Joseph St.
Louis and Chlcage dally
Me. IB Passenger tor Denver, dally, B;M p. m
D. B. Spanogle,
and Loan Aget
tR.J. S. EMIGH,
Over Taylor' Furniture Store.
Bxtracu teeth without pain.
Crown aud bridge work a speclaltr. ....
Porcelain Inlay, ana all kinds ot gold fillings.
Makes gold aud rubber plates and combination
I work guaranteed to be first-class.
I W. TULLEYS, M. D.
Ked Cloud, NcbraiKa.
Office opposite Vint National Dank.
U. H.Kxamlnlng Hurgeou.
Uhronlo diseases treated by mall.
Will attend sales at reasonable figures
I H. SMITH,
RED OLOUD, NEBRARKA.
I do s striotly farm insarauoe and invite
ad invite all to see me.
rASE & MoNITT,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Moon Block, - RED CLOUD, NEB.
Collections promptly attended to, and
-TRUNKEY & POTTER,
Attorneys at law.
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
Office Up stairs, in Moon Blook,
p P. HUTCHISON,
4th Atknuk, - Bf.d Clood, Nkbjuska.
i Firet-claes barbers and tirst-oluBS work
guarnnteml Giyemoitcall ,
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
I givs my personal attention to my
pstrone. Pirst-olass ahating and hair
ontting a specialty.
lloine Fir lusuranc Co., ot Omaha. Nebr.i
Vhcenix Asiurance Co. ut lAindou, Kng.
Ti'TaacheVter rlr AuiHi.ceOc , el 'BUiuI.
GuardUn Assurance :o., f Indon, Kng-BatHngt-n
lusurauce Ce. af Uurllngton, Iowa.
SrTllrt T America Assurance Co. TormiU, Can.
The Workiiun Building auu 1-oau Association
ot Llucoln, Nebraska ,
Otlloe over Mizer's Storo.
Ris Cloud, Nmiuska
1 Eternal Vigilance is the Price of Liberty," and
A nice lino of
Cuffs and collar buttons, neck
clialm, lace pint, stick pint,
Plated and solid silverware, souvenir spoons,
peail handled knives and forks, carving sets,
calling card cases, lieu bon boxes and other
noieltli. A line line of spectacles and ee
glasses with Interchangable lenses, steel, nickel
sliver and gold frames, Special and careful at
tentlonpald to fitting the eo. My Hue of 2nd
hand watches li nulto lasge. I will run them off
at less than their actual worth.
tVlirmg your watch, clock and Jewelry re
pair work, your eugravlug aud your old gold
and sliver t me,
Henry Cook's Drag Store.
8. E. COZAD
Has a fine line of Sewing Ma
chines and Organs from $25
Also keeps all kinds r Machine
Supplies. Does repairing
promptly. Call and see me.
E. A Sirrjpsori,
Biae Hill Neb-
C. E. Putnam,
C0WL ES, NEUItASKA.
Phoenix Insurance Co.
St. Paul Bankers Life
All business intrusted to hitn will be
promptly attended to.
Red Cloud, Webster County,
ONLY TOO Tltl!E.
Sometimes si mini will do Ills best,
Aud strlK'to u hlshcntst debt
Or help a neighbor whom got behind,
If nt the) .iru scarce mid hard to lliul.
A hoy knows lcs tli.tu lilt ilad,
Aiul would rather hoe corn than go fish
ing tor shad,
nut kids ot Hint stripe most alwajs die
They ticwr huh! olllro norllve to be hung
A girl learns to cw and make bread,
Aud keeps d.tuclng and biuuvuvci out of
Hut surely situs destined In Imnu old maid
Of the latter then's plenty the'roadrug
on the trade.
Thcro'f a "pop" who will work his own
And not fill 1:1s neighbor wlttiiiHcIi-ssal.irm
Nor brand eerv man but lilmselt as a tlilit
lluttho "pops" ne'tr will tliooso such n
man for their chief
Thcr's .1 banker whose heart Is not stono
Who c.tielully gives to each man his own,
But such things as this rarely war take
Still It takes different pcoplo to mako up
Tcoplo pay for tho paper they read
And show tho world by the lives that thoy
Th At while many fall short of tho rule that's
There wilt be a few who wear n bright
rurnlshed Expressly Tor The
Chief for Webster County
Copyrighted by W. T. Foster.
St. Joseph, Mo, March 10. My
last bulletin gavo forecasts of the
storm waves to nross the continent
from Mnrch 12th to IGth and the next
will reach tho Pacific coast about
tho 17th, cross tho western moun
tains by close of March 18th, the great
central valleys from 10th to 21st, and
tho eastern states about the 22d.
This storm will bo of wide extont,
a dangerous ptorin especially in and
cast of tho Mississippi valloy.
Tho warm wavo will cross the
western mountains about the 17th,
tho great central valley about tho
19th, and tlio eastern states abou t
tho 21st. Tho cool wavo will cross
tho western mountains about tho
20th, tho great central valloy about
tho 22d, and the eastern states about
tho 24th. Tho cool wavo will bo
most dcyero in tho great central
valloy aSout tho 21st or 22nd and
will cause blizzards in some plaocs,
THini) GLASS LOW8.
Wo havo four permanent highs
covering tho north and south Pacific
and Atlantic oceani; also two north
and two ' south magnetic poles.
Through theso six tho earth inhales
tho ether of space and through them
principally como tho influences from
tho sun, moon and planets which cause
the changes in our weather,
Pcrmanont lows hntig ovor tho
north and south poles of tho earth,
over the Atlantic and Pacific oceans
at tho earth's equator, over tho
Bchring soa and over Iceland and
a largo Rpaco surrounding it.
Through theso pcrmanont lows tho
other escapes froai tho earth, and
goes into space. This movement of
the ether is called electricity and it
keeps our atmosphere constantly in
Tho transient high and low barom
eters constitute tho third class.
They move around tho earth north
of 20 degrees north latitude and
south of 20 dogrcos south latitude.
Theso lows with their accompanying
highs aro the immodiato causes of
rain and snow.
Tho lows uro called storm centers
and this conveys a correct idea for
tho couuti t"B of tho United States
and Canada lying cast of the Rockies
but an orrancous idea tor many
One Dollar a year is
Nem., Friday, March 9,
A low is a stonu ccnlir when it
enters a pcrunntutil high but it is tho
high that becomes tho storm center,
or rather tho storm wave, when they
enter tlu pcrmanont low. Tho tran
sient low and high tnovo together
around the earth and it is tho dif
ference, between them ami tho sur
rounding conditions of tho atmos
phcro that causes tho extreme and
sudden ohanges in tho weather.
A periodical high covers tho Uni
ted States in winter aud tho lows
cause tho principal prcoipitation
becauso the greatest difference in
pressure then occurs between these
transient lows and tho surrounding
high. Rut in summer tho highs
causo tho principal precipitation be
cause tho periodic il low then cov
ers the conlitiutit and tho stuep gra
dient, as tho difference in pressure
is called, occuts between tho high
and tho surrounding general low.
Just hero it will require careful
thinking not to get bewildered in
theso terms. While, the transient
low is tho rain or snow maker in
winter at tho samo timo its mate, and
accompanying high in tho ruling
force, becauso tho sun is south of the
equator. Tho transient low is al
ways tho ruling force on that sido of
the earth's equator where tho sun is,
at tho time, located and tho transient
high is tho ruling forco on that side
of tho earth's equator opposite tho
From first of April to first of Oc
tober, tho summer months, tho tran
sient high barometer is tho rain
maker and tho low is tho directing
force of tho storms, and during tho
balance of the year, tho winter
months, tho transient lows cause tho
precipitation and the highs diroot
tho movements of tho storms.
Tho abovo applies only to those
parts of this continent that aro cov
ered by a periodical low in summer
and a periodical high in winter and
therefore docs not apj ly to Florida
and tho countries near tho mouths of
the St. Lawrcnco and Columbia riv-
near tho mouth of
tho St. Ltwrancc arc constantly un
der tho influence of tho pcrmanont
Icelandic low, while Flprida und the
countries near the mouth of tho Col
umbia havo regular rainy and dry
Through tho throe classes of high
and low burometeis, which I havo
discussed in several recent bulletins,
tho earth receives tho magnetic in
fluence of the sun, moon, and planets
and theso influences cause p our
The romatudor of tho information
along this lino is my secret, not yet
fully worked out. Tho liberal put-
ronago I nm receiving however has
onabled ino.to employ an assistant and
wo aro going to tho bottom of plan
etary motcrology as rapidly as timo
and our energies will permit,
Our plan of work is to tako the
official weather records of the United
States and of other countries and by
theso records put all my theories, not
alieady tested, through a comparison
with theso official records,
In Ojtober, 1891, Prof. Frank II
I)ii;o!ow was appointed as professsrof
metorology in the national weather
bureau at Washington. Ho is an able,
competent, finished scholar and has
stood alone as an advocato of solar
motcrology. His theories are close
akin to initio but do not extend to the
moon and planuti-'. 1 1 is work ii valu
able in that ho is plaoitig on record
muny iuots in tcfrrtnoo to solar
oleotrou-magnetism that will bo ol
great valuo to planetary motorolo-igsts,
the Price of The Chief.
Hut I belicvo ho will fail to estab
lish long range forecasts by his calcu
lations becauso ho does not go deep
enough to find tho real onuses. He
and (he weather bureau have In their
support a'l tho money and appliances
thoy sould dtsirod. They aro paid
for their work by the government and
of courso thoy must publish tho result
of thcit investigations.
I knew that I havo disoovcrod tho
long hidded scorets of nature as to
tho untifoof woathcr changes and if
the public will bear with an occa
sional error 'till I havo timo to work
out tho result of tho complicated
causes I will give them such won
derfully correct forecasts of coming
weather events as tho wisest weather
heads have never dreamed of.
OUZl WfUCATIOIVAI.. COLUMN
IIY D M. tlUNTKIl, OO. BUPT.
v On Thursday evoning of last week
an educational mooting was held at
tho Plcasont dill school houso in
Dist. No, lu.
Tlioro was a fair attendanco and
many questions were presented for
Some of tho questions aro as fol
lows: How could you convince a pupil
that school discipline is a necessary
part of his education?
How would jou toaoh history and
How can a largor attendanco bo had
in our publio bcIiooIb?
How should wo bog in to toich very
Should children bo kept in u o
Should school officers and teachers
o'joour.igo tho holding literary sooio
tics in school houses?
Why is it that pupils want to show
off sly tricks when visitors aro prcsont?
Should teaohors be paid in accord
ance with qualifications?
How can tardiness best bo pre
vented? Should music bo taught in tho
Why is tho Btudy of writing so bad
ly neglected in country schools?
Shall a tcaocr mako any differonco
in her modo of teaching during the
presence of visitors?
Is tho prevention of tardiness of
How can parents or teachers inter
est indifferent children in school
Should scholras bo allowed to select
thoir own studies?
Tho next educational mooting will
bo held at tho school huuso in Dist,
No. 33, on Thursday evening, March
Teachers and others interested in
tho work of teachers should not forgot
to attend the teachers mooting at tho
high school building to-morrow.
Since tho beginning of tho prcsont
school car, some of our toaohcrs havo
seen fit to unito thnir hands and
hoarts in planning and working togoth
cr during tho remainder of their stav
in this world of ups and downs, of
squalls and calm, of of of well,
in short, somo of our toaohcrs havo
got married. Tho superintendent
knows that rchool teachers in gcnoral
mako good wives o'r husbands, but
somctimos ho docs fool l'ke protesting
against ono of his host teacher drop
ping out of tho profession just ii, the
midst of her usofulncss iu tho schools
of tlio country. Howcvor, bo has tho
best of wives for tho future vol faro of
all who havo ohongod their mines
Tho county papers of last week an
nounced tho marriage- of Mr. (1. S.
Parks and Miss Alma L. Peters,
teaohors iu DiSt, Ne. -i, aud No. 71,
uf this county. May they live long
I and be happy.
yWIEW ' fkl?!! ,,,, gh , ?P
Vol.21. No. 33
A cream of tartar baking powdsr.
Highest of all in leavening strength
Latest United States Government
Food Report. '
Royal Baking Powder Co.
10ft Wall St., N. T.
Tho superintendent will not men
tion tho names of somo others teach
ing in tho county, doing good work
in thoir schools, single, good looking,
industrious, intelligent young mon
and womon, for fear thoy might let
him havo an opportunity to try to
find others to take their places in tho
Monthly reports havo boon reoeived
from tho following schools to March
No. Mst, Teacher. Knr. Ay. At.
1 Mrs. Myra Fletcher. 4G 34
M Mario Taylor. 13 34
Jno. Vandiver. 30 2G
Ross D. Paul. 33 22
Jno, M, Earner. 17
Evalyn Campbell. 30
Mamio Housoholdcr. 28
M. Ratio Noble. 17
Mablo II. Day.
II. G. Koency.
J. F. Boomor.
N. L. D. Smith.
J. Stradcr G. Dept.
Mablo Wright I. Dept 32
L. Koontz. N. Sohool. 27
Olivo Foe. 23
Emily Ogilvio. 20
Wo aro glad that quite an interest
in spelling bees, vocal music lessons
and literary societies is manifesaed by
the people of many districts of (he
oounty. Whon theso things aro prop
erly conduotod, thoy exoroise an ele
vating lnllucnco upon tbo young
people of our neighborhoods.
Don't forget to send sohool news to
the editor for this column.
Thero is moro Catarrh in this eeotlon
of the country than nil other diseases put
togothor, nnd until the last few years was
apposed to be inoarable. For a great
many jonrs doctors pronoaaoed it a local
disease, and prescribed looal remedies,
nnd by constantly failing to onre with
local treatment, pronounced it inoarable.
Hclenco has proven catarrh to bo a con
stitutional disease nnd thoreforo requires
constitutional treatmont. Hall's Catarrh
Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney &
Co , Toledo, Ohio, is tho only constitution
nl euro on the markot, It is takeu inter
nally in doses from 10 dropa to n teaspoon
ful. It nots directly on the blood and
mucous nurfaces of tho system, 'ihey
offer one hundred dollars for any case it
fails to cure. Hend for olroulars and tes
P. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo, 0.
CSfHold by DriiKifi'te, 73o.
England has twenry-sevon
Scotlund sovon, Irohtnd two.
To restore gray hair to itenaturaloolor
an iu youth, cause it to grow Abundant
and strong, there is no better preparation
thau Hall's Hair Renewer,
Albion citizens aro agitating tho sub
j;jtof putting id an electric light plant.
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