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•w. st- 1'.' -1 &"• 0A.K83 RSPSJBtljlI. Official Paper of City and County KLLJS & BL.VTOX, Editors. OAKES, P. T.. FEB, S. 1*sy. The new management lh Grunu Forks Pliiindealer niata's Un interesting announcement tli.it it lias "no factional quarrels to make, no ecclesiastical civeils f.o advocate, no axes to grind.'' '1'he Piaiin'.i-alcr is ail anomaly anions Dakota news papers. We publish this week (hernias of the Hoard of Education of Oalcs for the government of pupils, teach ers, etc. Wo would suggest that nil parents, and others intere.»!ed in our schools, should preserve this paper ho thai they may be able to refer to it, should the necessity to do so arise. George L. most prouiisin tor his open' and generous di.po.i- tion, liis kindness of heart ami manly qualities. He leaves a widow and two childreu to mourn their loss. Last Monday, throughout New England, the thermometer is report ed as ranging from uO to 40 decrees below zero. If this weather con tinues the oflicers of the Old Maids' Protect ve Association, of Boston, •will seriously think of sending some of tiieir spectacled members out. to 'cool" n-centien. Editor Buxton, of the Oakes Republican, was a caller at the Capital ollice yest.crdav morning. He is strongly iu favor of' reducing the territory comprised in .fudge Rose's district so as to relieve him of over-work an I give him more time in chambers, which ought, to be clone even if we have to call on the federal government, for another judge to take charge of a nev ()f tl i(iW trict.—Jamestown ('apital. „. h*l STARVATION IX KANSAS. for Aic! Kansas City .Journal, Jim. 20. Information has been received in this city that many oi the people in Seward county. Kail., are on the verge of starvation. Appeals for help have been sent to various places and yesterday a letter was received citv, ad- at the post office in this dressed to the postmaster, that fold of a horrible stale of affairs in that country. The letter was written by Mrs. James K. Richards, who live.-« eleven miles from West Plains. For some time past matters have been growing worse and the people in that community, who have been forced to remain are suffering for the necessities of life. '-Many of us have not sufficient food anil only a few have enough clothes to hide our nakedness," writes Mrs. Itieli ards. There is no opportunity for them to earn any thing by labor, as there is nothing t' do and no money to recompense t.hetn, if such was the case. Children are without proper nourishment, and the mild winter lias been their salvation. The writer makes a plaint.ive ap peal for assistance to the citizens of this city, through the postmaster. She says that anything sent to her at West Plains will lie" distributed •where needed, and adds that if then is any doubt as to her intentions, she would ask anyone to secure the name of some responsible person at West Plains. "'Help they must, have and soon is her statement.. Seward county is one of the por tions of Kansa.-) that, has been af flicted with total failures in crops, and many of those who had gone there 'vith little money lost their all. Too poor to leave they were com pelled to remain and make an effort to keep the wolf from the door. Little by little their substance was consumed, until starvation stared them in the face. Without food or clothes, they were at last compelled to make an appeal to the outside world. jiupil is past njirniirijriiii" .1.1rr rrn urn residence ill that, city last Sunday, All teachers must fainiliarize themselves with these rules and regii-!}t. Ml*. Fanihain had Many friends in lat ions and at least once each term read to the pupils under their charge Dickey county who admired him much of them as will give t, hem a just understanding of the rules by wllit:h ar lo be 1 S»Venied. "Women ami "cTiu7lr#n Appealing 'it cause for suspension. Pupils shall not be permitted to assemble on the school grounds until 30 minutes before the opening of the session and upon dismissal shall pass quietly and promptly away from the school premises. When it would be injurious to pupils to go home at, noon be cause of inclement weather, or their great, distance from school, they sl.all be allowed to remain, under such arrangements as are provided for such cases. 4. Teachers shall not detain pupils longer than 3d mintiles after the close of the afternoon session for the purposes of discipline or to make up neglected study. 5. Pupils shall not leave the school before the close of any session but with the permission of the teacher and such permission to be granted only in case of sickness or upon written or personal request of parent or guar^an. 6. Pupils who are absent from recitations will he required to make up their work so that neither thev nor their class will be retarded in their progress by such absence. 7. 'Pupils tardy or absent must. hrin» to the teacher a written excuse from parent or guardian. Pupils not in their reats in their respective rooms when the hist, hell ceases io ring shall he marked tardy. Any pupil who shall be absent five half days or tardy five tunes in four consecutive weeks without satistactory excuse to the teacher shali be reported to the PRESIDENT TO.LAWYER. An Official Statement of President Cleveland's Post March Plans. iijiio 1111 Uted in these^schools any circulars or advertisements of any kind irin^i Rutes for the Government of Teachers, Janitors and Pupi's of the Oakes. City Schools. TKAC1IEH3. 1. Teaeliers are require! to'ie present in tlieir respective school rooms al le ,st. twyiitv ininn!es before tin-opening of I,lie morning1 session and iifleei' mill lit i-s Ij'd'ore lie ojioiiiii«^ of the after.10011 session, 2. Teachers shall iiave special care of their respective school rooms •-^i.unl shall be held responsible for tiie preservation oi the furniture. maps, .1 1 in I 1 1 ri i. lukli .it m*i 11/. 4 4 lt. 1. t.i .. I 1 *. /.I ... I 1 #.. .. .. .... .i .. apparatus, etc.. belonging to the .same. the ^iip"rintendont. of all losses and injuries. 15. TeaJiers shall give careful attention to the ventilation and temper ature of their rooms ami to see that at all recesses a proper supplv of uld be kept as nearly as po.-si- l'arnhani, one ot the! permission ot the fioaul. S. Teaclii-rs may prescribe special rules for the conduct of their pupils of file situation \V kltnw tll a a a Aberdeen, died very su.ldenly at his eM(leIlt JANITOR. Dakota, they only having been do- ceive from pupils. ferred heretofore from fear of a I'UI'II.S. 1. All children of m-IiosjI age of residents of the City of Oakes and non-residents paying taxes shall be admitted to the City Schools free of charge. Noh-rrsidenis shall be admitted only upon the following terms of tuition: High School, ?5.00 per Term or 5Uc per week Grammar 1. The Janitor shall have charge of the school building and grounds at all times when school is not in session. He shall see that the buildings and grounds are kept in proper condition, and report to the Board prompt !v any damage done to the buildings bv pupils or any other person. 2. He shall make the tires and ha\e the rooms warm and c.-iuifor!utile at least ftO minutes before the opening of sein ol in the morning, lie shall lu'.vt- charge of the school during the noon hour, and shall see that pupils who remain in the school grounds conduct themselves in the proper manner. I!" shall see that the school rooms are in proper condition for the afternoon session and at he close of the session lie shall sweep each room, halls and steps of the school and dust, all the desks and furniture carefully. it. will b" the duty of the Janitor to keep the boys' and girls' closets in proper condition and to report any defacement or injury they may re- School, i?4- 00 per Term or 40c per week Primary and Intermediate, S2 00 per Term or I'Oc ]icr week. Non-residents shall not be enrolled in the schools until they present a receipt, from the Clerk of the Board for pay ment of tuition Non-resident, pupils, however, shall lie received only when there are seats, not required by children residing in the city. No child known to be afflicted wit 11 a contagious or infectious dis ease or coming from any dwelling wheiesiich disease prevails shall be re ceived or continued in the schools, nor shall any pupil who has been ex posed to or sick with such disease, and is liable to coniinunicfte he same, be permitted lo attend any of the city schools without the certificate ol -.Mile ivsidenl puysician certliving that alt danger of contagion 1,-v sue! Any pupil who shall destroy, deface or injure in any wav properlv of the public schools shall pay ill full th« damage as assessed by the (,'ierk of the Board and the Superintendent and failure to do so shali be deemed Washington, I). C., Feb. 3.— President, Cleveland will return lo Veagh. For Salic—Fifteen Superintendent, and such pupil shall be retained in school only upon as surance hat his attendance will be regular and satisfactory, otherwise ihey shall be suspended until such assurance is given. Ti observance of any day held sacred by the parents or any religious rite shall he deemed a vaiid excuse for the absence of the pupil. o. Anv pupil guilty of using profane or obscene language in the school or on the school grounds or going to or from school shall be sus pended for the first, otfeiici and shall not. be reinstated until they have promised not. to repeat, the offence, mid for the second offence they shall |,e expelled from the school sind shall not be admitted to the school again during the term under any circumstance, i). Any pupil guilty of truancy or persistent violation of any of the rules and regulations of the school may be suspended ..t the discretion of lb,- Superintendent and the case reported to the Moard for its farther action. In all cases of suspension the Superintendent shall send imme diate notice to the parent or guardian stating cause of suspension, 10. No pupil shall be finally expelled from the school except by a vote of t,iiM Hoard oil the recommendation of the Sup- riutendent The Su perintendent shall report to the Moard such pupils as become obnoxious to a third suspension in any one sc' ool year and also worthy of expulsion for any reason. 11.* The use of tobacco in the school building or upon the grounds is forbidden, and any persistent violation of tins rule shall render tlie pupil liable to suspension. 12. All pupils must provide themselves with the prescribed text books. the state of New York to reside on chine upon the market. For par ti ie expiration of his term of office, I ticulars of contents, or for circulars, and will, on March 5, resume the &e., address Ed. L. Bishop, dealer for pr:i'- i.-• of his profession in New Y.».city, hariug associated himself as counsel with the law firm of Stetson, Tracev & Mac milch cows. Inquire of D. B. Piper, Oakes, D. T. rnn piipii" iiipi mm in nm in They shall give prompt notice to fresh air is admitted. The temperature iile Ijetween 65 and 7t) deg. F.-.lirenheit. 4. Teachers are to exercise constant, watchfulness over the manners. language and deportment of their pupils in the school rooms, halls and, on the play grounds and as f.\r as po.-ilile secure proper behavior in going j01' copyin to and from the school. The leach")- should exercise a proper moral in llueiiee over their pupils, but all questions of a sectarian or partisan char acter are to be carefully excluded. 5. Teachers are required to preserve v.t, all times strict order and discip line in their school and recitation rooms and to allow no boisterous con duct in any part of the buihlinjj at. any time nor such rough playing near if as will end :iii er the windows or any other part of the ljuildi (!. All cases of tardiness or absence of pupils shall he carefully inves tigated by he teachers. No excuse for absence or tardiness shall be con sidered valid but. sickness or some imperative necessity. 7. Teacheis shall not read or distribute or allow to be read or distrib- HOW IViUly totsikii i' »r such miiiiiiiitij i1nnwi hi 1 as he may deem The Remington Standard Type Writer. Distances all competitors in recent contests, and maintains its reputa tion as the best and most, rapid ma- N. Dakota and N.W. Minn., Fargo. D. T. S tratkd—A small 4-year-old black Western horse, white spot in forehead, Jan. 14th. Finder wil please return to T. T. Sater, on e. qr. sec. 2, tp. 132, range ?9. •fP! wn it nn'rii' WM. CAUFI3LD, Photographer! OAKES DAK. My Gallery is located on Second St.. North, and is open at. all tunes. I make niv work speak tor it.-e!f. and guarantee satisfaction. Orders enlarging. etc.. prompt ly attended to. Pictures taken in cloudv weather. SEED WHEAT, We. iiiive sueotMnk'd in sccui'- in# a limited supply of excel lent wheat for sect!, and an thosJU1M ». From a CUlTi'lll stu,h' Supply of g»»(l sml \vh:'.sii-to short, and we a-'lvi.sr our friends to take tim by the forelock place their orders with us at once, thereby link ing sure of their seed, and ayoiding the advance that is sure to eonie later. BANK OF OAKES. J. J. SKI'SH. Fl!t:n I!. MO" Itt 1,1,. Skuse & Morrill ATTORNEYS AT LAW! 1st National Z5:iitk lilock, FARGO, D. T. Land Office Pmciiee nod al tate Litigation Specialties. If You u«k« OK l-ac.,i:i-y i'u'..!i r-inai\in„- A Es- BUTTER CHEESE B:iv Your Farm Hutter-malcing Apparatus, a a 4 S ic..ii-y liuLti-r-maSviiip,' .vpparatus. Factory B.iHer nialci, '.: Supplies, 'i e.inierv Bu ter-making A ppar.it us Creamery Buffer-making Supplies, 1-arm (t.iee-tf-making Apparatus, Farm Chvese.making Supplies, Factory Cheese-making Apparatus. Factory Cheese-making Supp ies OF-- D. H. ROE & CO, 25i$, 255 & 257 K. Kinzie St., CHICAGO. ILL. If von Imvt* noi iri (1 CHIl. 1IANKKVS DANISH UVTTKK fOLOU South POINTS1" a jv .iw K"©w p. 1 .umber.Lath -^L3L 11 S Wall AM) KKNNKT TAHl.iOTS irytlirm. 'I lie bent mMicr* r.-i' th« •». THE St. Paul, Minneapolis AN!) Manitoba Railway IS 'Hi?: DIRECT AMD POPULAR LINS TO PRINCIPAL POINTS IN Minnesota, Dakota, O & S Also to St. Pail siml Mihiic.'ipoli.s East AND THE ONLY LINE RUNNING TO THE Til UK*: GIU'-VTCITIKS OF MONTANA E A A S HELENA AND BUTTE. Thnr "Moxt\*a EsrrtEftB" will be put in Bpr vice Novoinbrr Iftlh. Willi Train .kquipm. nt UMCXOI'IilmI, ruiinsiiini hplnndid DAY Chachkm, I 'A LACK Si.EKl'KU*. t'USJK COLONIST Sl.KKTKK.S ami ni'PEKB Dinino Cauh of lsiUi«i "Manitoba-Pacific Route" PUCrET SOUXI POINTS Afpou '8 Cukapku Katesthan via antotiiku Fa*t Time, Comfort, ouriooiiH A([*ntioii, I A W a a L-/\MU l,0O().O(K) um-Bof Exrcllciit f.-.rtuinir, Grazing ai«l Timber LamlH, nt very low pric a hikI on fitvoiiiHio term?. For Maps ft nil fiiiirrnl inlormution inquire of your own Tickei A^ent, or J.B OKWAi.Tf it, F. I. WHITNEY, Land Coin'r. U. P.»fc T. A., !St. Punl, Minn \.11ANVKL, W S. I.HXAKDKH, G. J. BE7EEIDGE, DKAl.Kli IN Pianos, Organs AND OTHER MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. Sheet Music in Stock S Corrcepondi nce Solicited. OAKES, DAKOTA. KQWlMi) a GOODRICH, [SUCCESSORS TO S. V. CROSS.] DEALERS IX II Fresh Fruits of All 02=5L And everything 'is, iullv solicit a shan iiC! H»M. ,»'-k jS lKTC3-E2®, all\ k" in a !irs! clu-s t!roi-.ery Store, oi public patronage. and will earnestly li. PAT A. 0. I3EUG. Furniture, S 3 io*£"o.2fos5 !$ UNIO^ ir» jer, Stationery, teotionery and I)EALEI!S IN Carpets, Second Sou lh, Oaken, I). T. Oiir Slock consists of: Oomjilete Line of Gi'neml Furniture SnppliM— Llc^ant, P.irlor Suits, I IUi-idxnno Uuilroom Sets. Office Clinirs. Mat*, Mfittrossijs, Bed Springs of All Kinds, Center Tables, Extension Tilliles, and an Elegant fjine ot Pictures. ril Jo'l3 "WoarM.! AT RAE REPUBLICAN mm enes Kinds! "W"^T3 iA j"00-£LSS », Manager. tr,r7*, a ft- lues ot 1 We respoet endeavor to iiOWLAND & GOODRICH. Shingles, Sash Etc. ALSO Hard and Soft A If I N S O '—rmnr-r fTi*? i'Ttiitt—ri-nw tit-i'rr T»ni» nr,» nrrrm' mini in wicth ini» iramni*1 nftinwi im DROSS, PSISTS, OIL, CLASS. .*BC3 OOMI1P, 1000. JL «r^» I lies, /WSJ Con- 3DICINES. ft R? OGUM. 0. F. LANE, LANS. Hugs, Etc. 3rca.32a.©ca. to Oar^aLeir, auiymu TO--wMn»iway/«!i«itWBWWBWMWMM—•——•MM OFFICE Prices reiisonalile, and custom solicited. Casli paid for Hides. Fat Stock Bought and Sold. Horses and Work Oxen for Sale. F. O E V- MARKET. ."Fresii and Salt MEATS JL.ara, Etc, Oakes, D. T. J'l j'