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   Eldora Herald (Newspaper) - July 15, 1897, Eldora, Iowa                                THE HARDIN WOODWARD i BOYLAN WOODWARD 1 Editors arid DIRECTORY PROFESSIONAL mBiFY A Practices in all Office la ALBROOK f collections promptly attendee I Office over llardln County Notes on the National Educational The teachess of the nation met at July and continued in sessionuntilthe It was by far the largest gathering in the history of the The general sessions were held in exposition which was beautifully decorated with pictures andemblems appropriate for the oc The was crowded at each and thousands were turned away for want of The interest and enthusiasm was not abated by the excessive The teachers were there in search of truth and no slight discomforture or inconvenience could ter chief feature of the work of the Htate Office door north ot winoherter HOIWATHIC H PnlscBSCs of the Skin Biia Stomach a OFFICE AT ABSTRACTOR OF LOAN AGENT Money to loan on real estate at reasonable fate of over Nuckolls GETHMAN ever said Bishop when the American women would rise p and demand of Hie authorities that he land be purified by destroying and rohibiting the outiugeous displays on he bill boards Toms teachers were the peaker continued but what should lorns teachers teach They should enchhim to think for himself and Jiink The teacher who had prepared Tom to think and act quickly n an emergency had taught him that he could never learn from volumes of Tom should be taught to act and Tom should know at least twenty kinds of leaves and should be able to tell the name of every stone and rock about Tom H MEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Oltvy State JHYSIC1AN AND over Stauffera All calls I tight or will be answered PHYSICIAN AND Surgeon Cen tral Iowa Office and residence iouth stile public OFFICE nortlrof the wisner opera Residence east ol ntgli soliool STEPHEN Insurance acknowledge deeds and Collections attended Will write a otlier i flffloe over Nuokolls Jewelry pie 3d door to educational council was the discussion of the high school The com mittee appointed last year to report on high schools submitted a report whicl was in substance as follows The function of the high schoo is a preparation for b for enterance into The practice of the high school shows that both are High schools are increasing i popular Secondary instruction is an es sential part of public High school attendance is not as large as it Opposition to high schools is growing less and less year by The tendency is to reduce the number of courses of study in the high High schools generally are fur nished with good Physical culture is favorably con as an essential part of the instruction in high The methods of promotion and graduation are The discussion showed that there was considerable opposition to the high schools and particularly to co education in I This opposition however came mostly from the Two Mi Henrptin andiMiss Jane appeared on jh the children of the state and it ought o be realized to the Sabin as done more than any other man in ie state for the rural and if is ideas could be realized the wealthy districts would help the poor and the oufatry would have as good schools as he An entire session was given ip to the discussion of this vhich shows very clearly how great in mportance it has come to be regarded by i Will candidate White follow out his communisticsocialistic program and divide his property among his fellow citizens of Iowa When You Buy Furniture You want 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 and he nets it if he comes We have many beautiful Whatever price you pay you will get something and something we keep nothing NORTH SIDE should be taught to know to know what the purpose ot things abou him was and their utility in the world Tom should be taught to say when he meant six he should be taugh to make his report in the best and mos correct His school teacher should insist on his being bu his best teachers should be the f athe and mother and others in the home Corns teachers at home could do mor um the teachers at and his eachers at school could do more if ley had the support sind cooperation f the teachers in the Tom should be given an ethical edu He should know that it was ot proper to tramp mud over the kitchen He should know that onsideration for his thoughts f her in his daily life were better than essons in science or arithmetic or his ory or Tom should be aught to be reverent to old whether the person was rich or poor Tom should be taught that he was a not a thing a cause not an Toms teacher should teach urn that purpose in this life was to Iowavoters will remember the fate of Kansas before they deqide to put the affairs 6f their own state into the handsof men similiar to those who have brought disrepute upon Kansas during the past few general The first was Mrs overcome to trample inheritance under to defy habi and be a Tom should be taugh moral courage and that he was a powe and not a piece of and that h inust assume responsibility and goven himself He should b taught to be independent and to Rt Candidate White a verita ble bull in a china He is driving his party wild withhis socialistic utter He announces that he would convert every custom house into a hay and that as tor rich he ould wipe out their riches and divide hem up among the In speak ig of the idea of distiibutmg individ al wealth to the he says That is I believe in L man may acquire more than one undred thousand dollars under the orrns of the but in order to do it emust get pbssession of some of the vealth created by other It is no miore than equity that that which he created should revert to the Iowa would be f such a governor In The following published by the American is said to be an order sent by a Kansas man to a bicycle com Rochester Plate Tea Coffee Tea Wash Come in and examine our Bicycles HIBBARD AND LADY Meader Oilman ELLIS Ca C McKEEN Vice COUNTY t Capital Surplus DIRECTORS McKeen pany Deer Sirs I liv on mi farm near 57 old and lust a little My nefew in Indi ana bot hisself a new bisicle and sent me his old one by f and ive lerned to ride Its a but mi bisicle jolts cum along irp A TTOr Practices In all Collections receive prompt per Piohme law und settlement Oareful Offlco In Hubbard State AND Montague Regular meetings inrrateuilty hall Wednesday evenlntr on or DSforo the full moon Jno Crockett w M Jonathan t Regular meet Ing every OF No meeting month ii1 S except first Friday In eaon U or Regular mpetlngs In and tourth Wednesday I0011 montn 3IM esuftr meeting last each raontli In Kllswortlis V WOODMEN OK THE tldora carnp jstatesiri bettering alone heVmiist realize that lie ditionsof the ne was dependent on thei man to the She then argued to show that the tne riSht him and the man to the left rural the one that needed pfhim andtheirmutual obligations to the greatest In the farming each districts the greatest number of Drlayman of pupils school at the age of 13 or ectured on the Democracy of Learn 14 yearstand for this reason she recominS His plea was for the teaching of that the Womens in Hebrew poetry and philosophy cousultatiouwith the direct the same as that of any other ancient the reading matter to be placed before is The teachings of the these that they might be inHebrew masters are more vital to our duced to continue the educating process civilizationtuan any The He after they had left It required brews first established a but little exertion to collect a school based on universal They first and and the traveling library free schools and education to all could be put to its best use in this first taught and practiced She gave some very good advice on sooial The Doctor argued that visiting schools which was in part as we could trace more of our institutions follows A word as to to the the customs of the Hebrews than mittee of Visitin6 the anv other He firmly believes schools is oftener done in the spirit of iu democracy and had faith that Re investigation than of and Publican institutions will endure to the women who intend to go to the schools endl But we must have a moral basis in such a spirit had better stay at our The state has a right sold nijitn Tobber tires j use the sameas How much will it be to nx mine up Jike Mine is all iron Do you punch the hollow hole the injun robber or will I have to dp it How do you stick the endstogether after you get it dun If ybur injun robber is already holler will it cum any cheaper I can get all the wind I want here in Kansas free EBERNEEZEU much do you charge for the doodad you stuff the into the robber with and where do you The best teacher shows to disadvantage to teacl1 tnat which is best for the in under criticism and anyone listening dividual and for Therefore he to a class in a critical attitude affects would have taught the moral precepts both teacher and I myPf tlie as they indicate the high any tendency to report on the est tvPe of moral manhood yet con ceived by One of the best and Regular meet tleVnii wedneday evening afre ills A m M Allena Loage No6i ln meetings OP R flrt an Regular meetings In thld Saturday eve n Regular Orand Army mil and third nK Ot each F Oarter secretary KLBORA OKJiIBTERY E sexton tloaattrer Jl COTJNT1 BIBLE Bibles a secretary LADIESAID school from a general point of view rather than from the and I am sure the teachers can assist this by their attitude towards visitors and by consultation with parents and com can themselves be helped be cause no one person or no one profes sion has spoke the last word of wisdom and it is for this reason that I so earnestly urge your cooperation with the educational of the1 They need your practical ex your unselfish your your exact knowledge and you need their influence on public opinion their cooperation with you both in the school room and in the above each needs the other in that spirit of reciprocity which is the foundation of the Wednesday evening tlie association was addressed by Bishop His speech was an inspiration to which no abstract can do His subject was Tom and His He asked Who is Tom and who are Toms teachers His he were numbered by the did lot refer to the professional Tom was taught things by the father who served him with beefsteak at the breakfast table that he could never earn from any other Tom would learn things from tbe bill boards and circus posters that he would never never ought to learn from the most practical papers read before the association was that of Henry Sabin of on the Rural School He showed by statistics that 41 per centot the money spent on public schools was spent in the while only 24 per cent of the pupils were in the inequality in the taxes limited the support of the rural schools such an extent that it amounted to their most serious Another difficulty he said was the great number of schools with a He Ohio had in some counties more school offic ers than teachers butNew went farther to the extreme and counties had more school officers than He argued that school districts in the country should be consolidated that a whole townthip should be brought to one central which should be graded with classes not more than one year The pupil should be conveyed to this school by some means provided by the By some such plan better facilities could be se The Webster City Daily Freeman has the following iu favor of Henry Sabin for state superintendent The Republican state convention is but six weeks Amid all the dust of political strife and the ominous growl of threatened revolt against the re nomination of an oince o far more importance to the Iowa than even the governorship is i danger of being lost sight Thi oflice is that of the superintendent o public For eight year that office has been filled by one whose name and fame are not confined to the state of a man whose reputatioi as an educator is as wide as the nation a man who stands as high as any American in the national councils 01 the educational world whose judgment is sought whose scholarship is Vice OITY CAPITAL SURPLUS lEEOTpES Can benefit a customer as much in the way of sug gestion as he can in the matter of material If a customer selects a piece of cloth for a cutaway suit and we know the coat will look better cut in sack will tell him so Experience and a desire to please are two helpful les sons for a tailor to learn The UptoDate whose per who is wise known and soiialworth is without conservative with outjiigotry and without rashness As a leader in he cured for the rural schools at much less cost than at The greater num ber of the pupils would be in the pri mary but he said a primaty leather could handle seventy pupils in her grade tasily than a grammar grade teacher could handle twenty into three He said in conclusion that theprinciple of that the property of the ajateiB forthe edudation r J staiidsunique and biipreme in This Is the Henry under whose guidance the school system of Iowa has flourished as never He has not drawn his wisdom in school matters so much from books as from actual contact with the things that He is of the earth earthy in an educa tional and this is the secret of his great strength with leading educators of the United He holds to that which is old without he welcomes the new with discrimina and always an ever j he has an eye that is and a heart that is true to the best interests of the common school in the country districts real university of the common Now do the people of the state of Iowa desire 4hat the affecfs their real present and more closely than any other office within their giftshouldbecome the football of party politics and the of the practical politician If this the case Iowa citizenship is careless or Why should not the real friends of the school ptem demand the renomination of Hdera klnty and Transfer Finest Funeral Cor in Hardin for Best of service to reach ad ommodation of the traveling Davis floser Have plenty of Heason For time has proven them to be the leaders in building TRY THEM L UMBER IME Yards at J GENTRAL IOWA TJ Obtained control 1 A of the elevator at the Iowa Central we are pre pared at all times to pay the HIGHEST MARKET PRICE For your We sell slack and soft Will pay you J4 Cents for your   

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