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   Eldora Herald (Newspaper) - May 27, 1897, Eldora, Iowa                                ii LESS BL1SHED LEADING REPUBLICAN PAPER OF HARDIN x LARGEST PHE i80YUN WOODWARD WOODWARD ors and I AND Office jley Staoflera All be answered LBOIAN TWlWft3Ti flHlflti ffiepuWo Great Britian had taken a fresh grip n China by loaning her for Oeket The scheme of Great Iritian is to cheat the weak nations ut of all they have then lend them a ttle money to keep them under obliga ion to Surgeon cen Office and residence north of the Wlsner opera ettoeaast ol nigh school STEPHEN rlCE OF THE Insurance write anfl acknowledge deeds and i Collections attended 3d door to ELVIN Practices in Murw Colleotlops recede prompt per Probate liiw and settlement receive onrefnl OfflcB In llTORNEY A Practices In all courts ft Office In i ALBROOK Collections promptly attended Office over Hardln County HUFF rnOKNKTS AT A Practices in all courts In tne Offlo lilt Wlaner and Eesidence over Post Office InOKNBY AT Office NucKoll L jewelry Collections a SEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN American commerce Cuba has een virtually yet we hear of being afraid to offend a friendly If the milliners continue co pile up he top the ministers will be ompelled to ask the ladles in church o remove their EDUCATIONAL V I of of the high The great increase of custom duties urlng the past three months only hows that European manufacturers are stocking the American while American statesmen are Surope hopes to have such control of he markets that even when the tariff bill is passed American manufacturers will be discouraged at the and continue to give them the Nineteen thousand tailors quit work n New York city and women ropose to join and we are told shops are Possibly we can 50 back to the ancient methods and the women in the homes proceed to gather heir thimbles and and clothe iheir A little more of that kind of work would be healthful to every Archbishop Ireland pvit the whole case in a nutshell he said that meaning government of the for the people and by the is the and probably the near destiny of And it will come as he through an increasingly quickened conscience of the The individual is the unit of society of the Make the unitsgood and the aggregation of units known as society or the state will cor This is the lesson which editors and public teachers Local and Foreign Items of Interest to Teachers nnd School Educational This column will for the present de devoted to school It will be filled with intqrnfc tlon lnregard to school teachers and school We would be very much pleased If teachers would take pains to send us reports of their both regular and exer and It they will send us any question bearing upon educatlonol we will en deavor to answer It through these Up and Lift The Panora high the first county high school in the has just finished a handsome new The Council Bluffs high school last week graduated a class of Nearly 100 teachers attended the semiannual meeting of the Page county teachers May Council Bluffs high school seniors are up in arms because the board voted to use the proceeds of a school entertain ment for paying commencement ex The class was goingto do that with the money any but now that the board started it without their con they are mad clear In the United States in 1885 there was one library to each of the pop while in 1891 there was one to every or a decrease of popula tion to a library of or per In 1885 there were in the United States in tne public libraries of over books to every 100 of the while in 1891 this number was or an increase of sixteen or fortyseven per Young men and no matter what they intend to engage ought o read the not that they may consider themselves well as the c commencement exercises held Thursday and Friday even and 1 Bluffs high school com nencement exercises were held Friday George of delivered an address on The Place of the School in a Growing De ln this he said The foundation idea of public schools is to train up We have been turn the rasdals first in and then in and by by all out and put in good men Theres no reason why a clergy man could not make as good an alder man as a though I cant Imagine aministeras a Chicago alder Rochester Plate Tea Coffee Tea Wash Come in and examine our Bicycles HIBBARD AND LADY Meader Oilman of every kind need to in keep constantly Woman is her own worst enemy We hear much talk about giving woman an equal chnce with bu phrase but that they may have a roundwork upon which to do future list was prepared by Margaret and is ideal for both Tales from by Charles and Mary Sir Walter Scotts Lady of the Lake and Marmion Tennysons Idyls of the Macauleys History of Folks fltthe United The Ballot and the Charlotte Perkins New York duties are1 alleged by most of theJndifferent or opposed to woman suffrage as preventing women from taking part in public How if it can be shown that home duties cannot be property performed until they are treated as public affairs The care of the the education of surely are home r Just as surely do they coine under the head of public because none of them can be maintained and improved to the utmost without administrative Health is not a private Until the public healthis preserved by proper systems of by wellenforced methods of sewerage and the destruction of waste in cluding garbage full and pure water proper ventilation and provi sion of light and air in all buildings pure food and wise and full provision for the public health is thus private health cannot be protected by all the motherJove in the Mother love cannot detect but the milk inspector can though we may consider the milk question outside the remember it is inside the baby The education of our children is a When You Buy Furniture You waut something that will last and look well as long as it You want to pay as little for it as The levelheaded American wants the very He wants it at a low price ana he srets it if he comes have many beautiful Whatever price you pay you will get something and something we keep nothing NORTH McKEEN Pres HUBBARDi Vice ELLIS Ca COUNTY Capital Surplus DIRECTORS McKeen CITY B Vice MUKRA Cash STATE BANK CAPITAL A FIRSTCLASS TAILOR AT 0 LOAN AGENT Intin feal estata at reasonable over Nuckolls Blflora GETHIWAN SOPATHIC PHYSICIAN and Office over OHv State AND Regular meetings U Widnesday evening on or women flrsV girl into the street andinvite the man into their This is a far worse discrimination against the sex than withholding the ballot ever Let women correct this among themselves then they can more consistently ask an extension of their We are in favor of womans suffrage last and all the time but sin is as bad in the man as in the and if either should be treated with leniency it is the mm r cpnvooa or after toe tun moon Regular meet ing every it In Fraternity Scott OF iea wivw No Ml Regular meeting Copt nratsrlday in eaoB u The Outlook New York has secured some statistics in response to a correspondent in the far east who states that it is currently reported there that the missionaries are from to1 in From I oflicial sources it is learned that to missionaries in the east the Presbyter ians pay to married men from Walter Besants For faith and Free Dickens Tale of two Brave Little Holland and What She Taught Lew Wallaces Bible Charles Recreations in by Caroline t The H istory of a Mouthful of Bread by Jean Laboulayes Fairy Life and Letters of Louis M what tlieysnairbe faufchtfMMw the teachers shall be trained and paid how tye building in which so many youthful years are spent shall be decorated these things are in the hands of the voters of Dinah Longfellows Irvings Life of Washington Whittiers Hawthorns House of Seven Gables r v 1 J um to to single men to to and Tanglewood meetings In nd MurUl Wednesday meeting ln Klfewbrths single women from to The Methodists pay to married men the first five years single after the next ten to married men single the next ten to married men single after twentyfive years and The alists pay to married men from to to single men from 8440 to to single women from 8390 The above does not look as though there was very much sacrifice in being a They fare about as well as the preachers do at Fenimore Coopers Leather Stocking The Last of the Tales and Amelia Bow of Orange Congress has at last wakened up to Cuba jhe American subject are sure of relief since the resolution aid has passed houses of Cuba should can feel sure of no farther hindrance Alexander Jphnsnos American Poli i Harpers Handy t No teacher can teach well that which lie does not know Neither will his teaching be the best if his scholar ship does not extend far on every side of the subject which he A knowledge of Latin and literature help in teaching of algebra geometry and trigonometry help in teaching arithmetic geology physics and chemistry are indispensable to an intelligent presenta of geography or That As to if any question in life is a public it is that of If the moral status of the community is the mother may pour out her life like water in the effort to keep he children and When th power of combined actin0 through the legitimate methods of free sees to it that the com munity is as safe and clean as the home the individual mother may breathe easier about her own precious ones No man liveth unto himself nordieth unto and no woman either interests we hold nearest to our most the most of all others most need the administrative action of our com bined Weajlmit the force of tree institu tions the more superficial and mechanical matters of and leave thesevitally important functions of maternal care to be managed by the feeble and primitive methods of un a customer as much in the way of SUR gestion as he can in the matter of material fit Jf a customer selects apiece of cloth a cutaway suit and we know the coat will look better cat in sack we will tell him Experience and a desire to please are two helpful les sons for a learn private Tie motherhood requires the ballot to enfore its The UptoDate IA and Transfer Fittest Funeral Car in 185 instruct in m branch of teachers flood Roads are No be incurred lii the proremeiuV of public conditions Wft nn I VUAfccU Ot the M worse than was dreamed of by I teacher and feel the rei of this and the fact his work by comparing that it has gone in this while our suits With others I Of view terms at an ass Even now the make public the names of the consuls vassels of the reV credit upon I faculty are all with president fears to the proper spirit by and trained 9Lflthe rrkbf and But the trim murdered by the is a natural KiftWrl Soildfrvr I ttlfiW whn U tto A hrge amount of needed work can wjthout the levy of additional Tjie funds provided by stalAte barring rare exceptional Mhat is heeded j community shall make ie best Good roads are practicable under present only the funds are ex pended in the right away in accordance wiUt an intelligent general system in stead ofhaphazard as In Miich of tKelwork in fprmer year temporary benefit only because it was wrptogly Let us have systematic road super vision anoVWeat progress iwlll already i Davis Have plenty of For time has proven them to be the leaders in building TRY THEM FOR Yards at LIAVING Obtained control 1 of the elevator toward betterroads and a pf at the Iowa Central we are pre pared at all times to pay the HIGHEST MARKET PRICE For your sell slack and sott Will 14 Cents tor your j though is no inued the United States Spainisdoing   

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