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must take their and the marksmanship worse there
■ will be
- a heavy
•• among re-
ation of directors and patrons no publican presidential candidates in Miss S ai . lie H udspeth ,
school can be a success,
directors of our district visit the
schools, one of them, a« much as
Hon. J. J- Richareson, Iowa’s
and examine goods ***•
and ascertain Prices. The Proprietress
Editor once a Weck, to advise with the member ofjthe Democratic National
veti! allU “A etili IH“
ben bere to stay and deaire« to Plea.e Patrone in Style, Quahty of Good
• —^ teachers, se"» that the building is , Committee, made a bul/s eye w
On Cornor North of Meat Market.
kept clean and in order, and the he said: This is no time for re
children in the same condition, and criminations. The best thing to be
, further inquire if there be any un- done is for the leaders to get together (
The Burns school building is now
rully or disorderly pupilB and pro and try to heal up the sore spots, (
vide and recommend proper pun- in order to get in fighting condition
iBa.y .h« t-ueher. ».Il «k. po.-,
we. h’,e *!.„forced? Doth, patron» ..f Ibe
school house which is an honor tol^.
, . h . . ; . ,,,,;r„/i district pav
the attention to the
The democratic parti seem to be
our town, ’ la th s all that - is required
• •• ].¡schools they should? Do thev fre divided, but it will appear to be
tomake the education of our child
quently visit the school, thereby harmonious, when comared with
renasuccess? The building is a
encouraging the children and teach the republican partv alter Congress
E. B. R eep ,
prime factor, but it is only the basis
tries to legislate on the tarill and
or the structure proving to thei ers by their presence?
The facts are the directors are finance.
children that their parents and tax i
seldom, if ever, inside the scheol
payers of the district are very much
This Restaurant has been fitted
house and the same must be said
interested in the advancement and
Boss Quay is the latest convert* up in Elegant style and is in every
of the patrons Are we going to
education of the children. This
to the idea that a literary bureau I particular a first class eating and
Ifort and provided | run the ,,ew 8ch°o1 building on the
building is tor cm.....
is a help to a Presidential candidate ‘ i boarding house.
improvements | 8a,n* P'an? If so the money had
with all the modern
John Sherman once had the same
better been kept io the treasury.
idea, but he hasn’t now. He tried
for cooveoienve and more rapid ad-j
We say that one of the teachers it.
nncement of the pupil», and not
The proprietor is prepared to
should be compelled to remain at
lodge his customers and guarantees
only »re these improvements an
the school hou-e during the noon
comfort and satisfaction and uses
From all accounts Chamberlain's
advantage to pupils, but very es-
every effort possible to make his
hour and at the recesses, to prevent Cough Remedy ie a Godsend to the
sentially beneficial to the teachers,
guests feel at home.
vulgarity and profanity, which we afflicted. There is no advertise
a fact which every teacher who has
the advancement of his or her pu blush to say is much too common ment about this; we feel just like
pils at heart will not be slow to take among the pupils.
saying it.—The Democrat. Carroll
What are the teachers paid for? ton, Ky. For sale by all druggists. ,
advantage of. Neither does the
fuccfus of a school depend entirely I You ans ver iodo their duty. Then
illuni the teacher and house, but we say patrons and directors see
one of the big factors in the ease i- ' ^at l^ey do it.
We do not think that any teach
the work of directors and patrons
will object to a rigid enforcement
of the district. A great deal de
fiends uppn the directors, in the of the rules of the school, but they Causes Glands of the Neck tc'
DO YOU KNOW A WOOD ADVERTISEMENT MEANS INCREASE IN BUSINE8B?^**t>»
interest taken by them in the prop must have the help and backing of
er selection of teachers, repeated the directors and patrons. In con
This TrouDlo and a Case of Rheu
visits to the school to see that the elusion we sav we can have fine
If you are in a position
matism Curod by Hood’s.
teach-r or teachers employed give schools here if we only interest our- “ C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.:
()f selves in the right way
that attention to the education c.
“ Dear Sirs: A little over a year ago 1, To do Busi i ss
a swelling come on the side of my r x PpnTilfi TTnrtW if
ths children they should, to see,
neck. 1 was in very poor health generally I LrvU XuUOlc J au U vv lb*
that the building is kept in proper bv the directors, on the hill will
and doctored two |
eoudiiion, cleanliness is essential amount to nothing and our good
months with th« ,
family physician I
to health, Christianity and educa money paid out for a sham.
Rare Selection nf Millinery Goods-
Scrofula in the Blood
tion. A dirty school house is an
rvesare to good breeding, to educa
There is room for doubt as to the
tion or refinement. If a teacher original Dr. Parkhurst being a bene
desire« to inculcate a principle of fit to his city, but there is none as
res pet t for the three last mentioned, to bis imitators dein; mostly med
that is, good breeding, education • dlesome busybodies and notoriety
and refinement, he must see to it hunters.
that the chil Iren and building be
unexjeptionablv in order as regards
Pray whv should boss Quay have
these thr.e requisites to happiness
taken the trouble to denv having
comfort and advancement It i-
assisteb 8-nators Brice andGorman.
the directors duty to attend to these
matters and compel a strict ad
There are many ways in which
hertnee to system and discipline,
because without it our fine school democrats may help to strengthen
house is a mockery and a farce. the partv. but let it be constantly
Without system and dicipline and keptin mind that abusing demo
'hit rigidly enforced our school is crats isn’t one of them.
n»ught, and the money paid for
teacher# had lietter be given to
In view of his charges of al use
hariubls purposes: If boys are of the franking privilegs, First As
»inwed to kick down doors knock sistant Postmaster General Jones’
out window lights, and use smaller ■ recommendation that a penalty be
pupils as footballs and servants, * imposed for violation of the prov-
‘O'* keep these smaller ones in , isiona of the franking law is along
«»Wtaiit fear of them, and the larg- proper lines. But the abolition of
r Kiris are in the same Imat. with the privilege would be still better.
he large toys, there can be no
»Wees- or advancement. Neither
Those who advocate a contin
«n proper respect and kindly feel-
uance of Rooseveltism, in the face
nK* towards each other be inculcat-l
of New York City's big adverse
WCh a regime.
There can l>e no school without majority, must acknowledge them
selves opponents of home rule.
an<1 order. We say no I
I* for it isn’t a school, it is a
Senator Gorman takes his defeat
*7« a fraud, and a farce.'
Understand if such a condition philosopically, as he did his many
• *irs in any school prevails, it victories.
notl***dde under many circuos
to ^°I<1 teachers responsible
Senator Sermart haa now settled
•* in most instances the di- himself down to enjoy the financial
Mau? ’ Datron’
greatly to receipts from hia maiden effort as
M*ulr ru «
Sa. ,u 1)00 1 t un(J
g-. at We tb’hk the directors and
ar* wholly to blame
Unless the ammunitt’on is poor
who said my com«
plaint was a bilioui
attack. His treat*
ment failed to help
me so I determined
to try Hood’s Sar
saparilla. To my
great joy, the swel
ling on the side of
my neck disap
peared. I was ben
efited for my other
taking three bottles of the medicine,I have
not had a sick day since. I for one, reo
ommend Hood’s Sarsaparilla to the afflic-
if yon have anything
You want to Sell
Let People Know it.
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Íffiá’íító'íes EAST OREGON HERALD
husband was afflicted with
rheumatism end had that tired feeling.
He took Hood’» Sarsaparilla and found it
Just the Medicine Needed.
We believe it wiU do all that is claimed for ,
ft, if given a fair trial. Both of us have
used Hood’s Vegetable Pills and are well
pleased with them.” M rs . W. R. M ad -
lebnee , Meadow, Washington.
N. B. Be sure to get Hood’s Sarsaparilla.
Hood’s Pills er« purely vegetable, and de
not gripe, purge, or pain. Sold by all druggists. I
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