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HOW TO INTEREST AND ENTERTAIN
THE LITTLE ONES.
Floral Decorations Nhould lie Con.plcu
ou Appropriate Kmblcmt nml How to
Make Tliein Ailvlco Tlmt Will He In
teresting to.r.nrrnt. nntl Teacher.
ICopyrlght, 18U3, by Amcrlcnn Press Afwocla
tlon. J.jrlTJ chief outward sign
or Uliuuren's day,Ia its
abundanco of flowers,
indoors and out. JThoy
form bo important a
part of tho dny's cere
monies and services - that it is called
Floral Sunday almost as frequently as
by its ,more special title. As that do
notes, it is n-day given over to services
by tho children and for tho children, and
that it is the dearest Sunday in tho year
to them is evident to every ono who has
watched thorn from tho morning hours,
when they give their sweetly earnest at
tention to a Bermon prepared especially
for them, until in tho evening they
proudly march in to tako tho front seats
in"th church and go through their protty
ezc qfo s and songs.
Cnjren always lovo to havo things
that are "their very own," aside from
mere toya und clothes. To possess what
seems to bo tho right of adults fills the
soul of a child with joy. It is nothing
uncommon for a boy or girl to own
books, and to them it is no great treat
because all children havo them. But
givo them little bookcases to keep thoir
books in, and how delighted they arol
A bureau, too largo for a doll, but not
moro than half as largo as grown folks
uso, is perfection to any httlo maiden.
And as soon as a child is given a room
of his own to sleep in, how ho love3 to
keep it nice and accumulate decorations
It must be this inherent love for what
usually belongs to older peoplo that
makes children regard their special Sun
day with such affection. They will work
liko beavers bringing flowers -which, to
their regret, they are too small to ar
range, and will run errands more willing
ly for those who are trimming tho church
than thoy -would on uny other day in the
On this floral occasion of course many
lessons are drawn from flowers. They
are used to illnstrato many a point in a
sermon and as symbols of many a vir
tue. But there is ono plan -which,
trange to 6ay, has seldom if ever been
adopted by tho churches, which would
not only do much good when Children's
day comes, lut would teach the children
some practical as well as some moral
lessons. That is to distribute among
the members of a school flower seeds
which they are to plant and care for as
each variety needs, the object being to
bring tho growing plants on tho follow
ing Children's day to decorate tho church
and afterward to bo distributed where
they will do the most good.
The lessons in floriculture gained in
learning how to pare for the flowers will
bo valuablo tho lesson in giving tho re
sults of one's own labor much more valu-
A FLORAL SHIP.
able. New seeds can bo given each year,
or it may be specified when tho first are
presented that the children will bo ex
pected to propagate them themselves by
cuttings or seeds, thus continuing year
The set floral piece, emblematic of
some religions thought, is sometimes
considered an important feature of Chil
dren's day, though many churches do
not havo it at all. For those that do,
theso suggestions, old and new, may bo
of use. A set design to bo built of flow
ers is an expensive thing, as it must be
mado to order, and each part so arranged
that, when filled with flowers, it will fit
in its placo easily. A floral harp, its
framo of flowers and its strings of fine
green vines, is a very lovely design. A
miniaturo church is another, also a light
house, an anchor or a book mado of
A ladder, each round bearing some
word or motto significant of an aspiring
or upward climbing life, is a somewhat
newer dovico. Tho ladder uprights may
bo of green and may bo standing in
placo before tho exercises begin. The
topmost round may bo marked "Love,"
and with its placing may bo sung the
Saviour, teach me day by day
Love's tv, ect lesson to obey.
A largo bar of music, all of whoso
notes aro mado of flowers, hung in placo
on tho green strings that form tho bar,
is a now and effective design. Almost
any praiso song will bo suitable for this.
A ship of flowers is always a beautiful
sight. If ono is built on the platform, a
cea of green may bo mado around it, or
It, may liavo a platform of flowers on
which to stand, tho platform being con-,
ttructed under it after the ship itself is
done. Tho songs, "Out on an Ocean All
Boundless Wo Bide" and "Jesus, Saviour,
Pilot Me Over Life's Tempestuous Sea,"
are suitable for such an emblom. A
Jargo banner of flowers may bear the in
scription, "Hia Banner Over Me Was
Lovo," and may bo put together to the
singing of "Jesus Spreads His Baruw
O'er Us," and
Etand up. stand up for Jesus,
Yo soldier of tbe cross;
Lift high kU royal banner
It mutt not auffer loss.
i isHi mi niiYsWi JBy
As a flower banner cannot be carried
ftfeMt, MM 0f tMTH Or WWlia., f4
with flowers and lottercd with a stoncil
or paper letters, could bo mounted on a
banner standard and carried by tho sing
ing childron, When it is sot in tho cen
ter of tho platform, its baso may bo
heaped with flowors thrown down by tho
children, to bo given afterward to tho
But, after all, a cross seems to bo tho
favorite emblem for Floral Sunday build
ing. It is tho most easily arranged for
and most readily put togothcr. It? alns
and baso, being perfectly horizontal, can.
be plainly lcttcrod with any words de
sired. CHILDREN'S DAY SONGS.
(Sung to tuno of "Webb," or any other pre
ferred. All hailt sweet day of flowers, of birds and
Flow on, ye happy honrs, and still our Joy pro
long! As through tho heavens o'er us the sun pursues
Wo'U raise the thrilling chorus, "Bo glad! 'tis
To open founts of learning our church invites
From sin and error turning, sho bids them gain
Then crowd tho school and college, heed wis
dom's beckoning ray;
Oh, may a thirst for Lnowlcdgo bo roused this
Not songs alone, but giving, will Jesus smile
In this, like him, we're living who for our sake
We o.ter now our treasuro, and on h!s altar lay
Both hearts and gifts with pleasure on this bat
Como to me, O ye children! i
For I hear you at ) our play.
And the questions that perplexed me
Have vanlshod quite away.
Ye open the eastern windows
That look toward tho sun,
Whero thoughts are singing swallows
And the brooks of morning run.
In your hearts are the birds and the sun
shine, In your thoughts the brooklets flow.
But in mine is the wind of autumn
And, the first fall ot tho snow.
All! what would the world be to us
If the children were no more?
Wo should dread tho desert behind u
Worse than the dark before.
What the leaves are to the forest,
With light and air for food,
Ero their sweet and tonder Juices
Have lieen hardened into wood,
That to tho world are children;
Through thorn it feels tho glow
Of a brighter and sunnier climate
Than roaches the trunks below.
Come to me, O ye children!
And v. lilspcr In my car
What tho birds and tho winds aro singing
In your sunny atmosphere.
For what are all our contrlvings
And the wisdom of your books
When compared with your caresses
And tho gladness of your looks?
Ye are hotter than all the ballads
That ever were sung or said,
For ye aro living poems,
And all the rest are dead. '
Children's Jane Song.
Little ones, let u be happy together
In this beautiful world of ours!
Let us be glad tn this sweet June weather,
With the birds and tbe breeres and flowers,
With tho grass and the earth, with the sky
and the sun
Let us be glad in the summer begun!
There are praises rising, and prayers are
From spirits and bodies today.
Harkl Faith with a chant and a carol Is wing
ing Her flight up the heavenly way.
Let thought unto thought -with the sweetness
Little ones, open your hearts and sing!
For a loving life breathes a fragrance dearer
To God than the breath of a rose,
And the song of-the soul has a melody clearer
J han,,tbe jark.or the linnet knows.
And ever he leans from tho silence dim
And walta for tbe music you make to him.
Little ones, let ns be part of the story
Of Joy that the world has to tell!
Let ns bloom In the beauty and sing of the
Of God, who has loved us so well!
Lotus givo him ourselyss, for to, himw be
long Each life be his blossom, each soul be his song!
The Moral Effect of Children's Pay,
The custom of observing Children's
day with programmes arranged wjth a
view of impressing upon tho tender
mind tho fact of immortality and hop
has obtained for. several years. The-little,
ones look forward with pleasant anticipation-
to the Sabbath whenrjthey
shall bo the attraction and the older
peoplo shall pay tribute. Beautiful dec
orations and interesting programmes
have their effect upon the undeveloped
minds, and i every child is better when
Children's day with its garlands of
flowers, the string music of a band, tht
march in the bright sunshine, the soft
breath of spring bringing sweet odors
from Cold and wood, all conducing to
happiness, health and purity has come
and gono. .
Tbe White Snnday.
In Switzerland Children's day has
gained tho pootical name, "Dcr Wcisse
Sontng," or White Sunday. Tbe time
set apart is always the first Sunday after
Easter. There appears a pleasing signifi
cance in this selection. The story of
hopo that Easter brings of the risen
Christ and the awakening spring is in
harmony with the general rojoicing of
human souls standing at the beginning
of lifo's journoy.
Memories of Tooth.
Impressions made on youthful minds
linger, liko the "scent of the rose,"
through long years of a busy, perhaps
sinful, life. Instances aro not rare of
hardened criminals being brought to a
senso of their degradation through hear
ing somo long forgotten melody of their
youth. Tho observation of Children's
day can but leavo memories that will
sweeten and purify the later life.
Let Children's Day Ho Joyous.
Children's day should be made a joy
ous occasion to both old and young.
Beligious training is necessary for chil
drea, but it should be associated with
the bright and beautiful, as the infantile
Baind more readily grasps the idea of
God's love as exemplified by birds asd
Bactsio asd flowers Aad that Brepra it
m m u)
''THE LITTLE BUILDERS."
An KflfprtAhtlna mot HncgeMIre Children's
An cxerciso called ''Tlio Littlo Build
ers," from Tho School Journal, is very
suitiblo for Children1", day. It requires
no costuming and no floral sotting, but
as it i3 spoken on Floral Sunday each
child may wear or carry flowers, Twolve
children nro needed, and thoy ought to
bo old enough to bo drillod to recite
plainly, or oldo tlio pl-in of tho oxerciso
will not bo mado plain. Lot a boy re
cite first, then a girl, and so on as tho
quotations aro numborcd.
BUILDING THE FLORAL WALL.
If desired, a more elaborate oxerciso
may be mado of this by having a floral
xeall built on a framowork made ready
beforehand. Each pupil brings a block
made, of either greens or solid colored
flowers, in the center of which is the
word italicized in his or her speech. The
first speaker may put in placo a row of
blocks of green as a sort of foundation
for tho wall.
All are architects of fate
Working In theso nulls of Time
Some tijlth massive deeds and great.
Some with ornaments of rhyme.
Nothing useless Is, or Ion ;
Each thing in Its place is best,
And what seems but idle show
Strengthens and supports the rest.
For the structure that we raise
Tlmo is with materials filled;
Our todays and yesterda) s
Are the blocks with which we build.
Truly shape and fashion these;
Leave no yawning gaps between;
Think not, becauso no man sees,
Such things will remain unseen.
In the eldor days of art
Builders Wrought with greatest care
Xach jnlnute and unseen part,
For tho gods see everywhere.
Let us do our work as well,
Both the unseen and the seen;
Make the house, whero gods may dwell.
Beautiful, entire and; oUan,
I will fill my day with joy. "It is a
comely fashion to be glad. Joy is tho
grace we say to God."
I will fill my days with good deeds.
"How far that little candle throws his
beams I So shines a good deed in a
My days shall be filled with kindnest,
for "kindness is tho music of good will
to men, and on this harp tho small cat
fingers may play heaven's sweetest tones
My days shall bo full of earnest work.
"Life should bo full of earnest work."
Cheerfulness is a good thing to make
one's days bright. "A laugh is worth a
thousand groans in any market."
My days shall be spent in getting and
gving knowledge. "An investment In
iowJedg always i pays tho bestinter
Time used in doing for others is well
used. "Bestow personal service if you
cannot give gold."
I shall fill my days with "small, sweet
90uHesies," for I believo that "lifo is not
short but that there is always time
.taough for courtesy."
My days shall be fashioned with gentle-
Speak gently! 'lis a little thing,
Dropped in the heart's deep well;
The good, the joy that it shall bring
Eternity shall teUI
In building my days I shall uso a great
deal of patience. "All things como round
to him who will but wait."
My days shall be filled with tho spirit
of the golden rule "Do unto others as
ye would that they should do to you."
In concluding, all ropeat the closing
words of tho first peem:
Build today, then, firm and sure.
With a firm and ample base,
And atcending and secure
Shall tomorrow And Its place.
Thus alone can we attain
To those turrets where the eye
See the world as one t aat plain
And one boandlea reach of sky.
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Mass pot plants in bloom, cut flowers,
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BREEDERS AND EXPORTERS OF
If you would be clean and have your clothes ,ddnff,upin
the neatest and- dressiest mannar, take them to the
SAIKIM STEAM LAUNDRY o
where all work is done by white labor and in the most prompt
manuer. COLONEL J. OLMSTED,
Liberty Street. i
J. W. TflORNBORG,
Recovers and repairs upholstered furniture. Long Experience In tbe tra'di
enables rue to turn out llrst-olass work.. Samples of coverlugs. No troable t
(rive estimates. Stato Insurance blocfy Uheniektta street.
A. N. HALES, Proprietor. R. H. PRICE, Manager.
A,N,HALBS' LIVERY. '
(Successor to it. It. Uynn.)
T.lverv. Feed and Boarding Stable.
nn hand. Horses boarded bv day. week
Liberty and Ferry streetH, East of Willamette hotel.
the effecta of abuses, eef, werry nd exPmtjre. For saca sorts
la our marvelous Inventlop, which requires but a trial l!S
or by excesses, or exposure, you may have dulTdr,"r-f7r SlaeaTaVES.
UetrUlVr and thus caused your weakness or lack of foree. If yl'r7
drained, watch sre required for vlgwoui strength, you will remove '" , .
low at once snd In a natural way. This IsourpUn sndtre.ttaeat,sfriraitst
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Belt Is bo experiment, as we have
folUd, as csa be showa by husdreds of
whom ws havs strosg kHUrs bsarlag
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Castorla cures Colic, OoBMIpaMon,
Sow Stomach, Diarrhoea, Eructation,
JUlls Worms, gives sleep, and promotes &
without Injurious medication.
For several years I havo recommended,
your ' Castor!. and shall always continue) to
do mm it has invariably produced beaeftetal
Eowm F. pAtron, K. D.,
"The Wlnthrop," ISSth Street and Tlh Ave
New York City.
COaTAKT, 77 McnjUT STDX4ET, NSW YoMC.
& ST. PAUL RT
Wholcsalo nnd Retail
Dealer in Fresh. Salt and
Smoked Heats of nhlilifrs
9S Court and
110 State Streets.
FINE CATTLE, HOGS, HlllLlRir.
& Poland-China -Pigs a.Spwiilty
Fancy Poultry, All Varieties.. .
Effgi for Hatching.
Nilcs Pacific Coast Poultry and 'Stock, illustra
ted. 60 cenfB by 'rriall. f
- HEND FOR CIRUUJLARB.'
A full bi
of Horses and BufgUs
lllco at stable, corner of
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from Nervous Debility Smmw'
NESS.LOSSE&DRAINS. MPOTENCY ORx
Back. KidneV Tiubles, Nervousness
restored ; tnousanas w """T: Z
easss tamghoat this Stete.who i gg
testimony to their wserwry stSC asiag oar .saw
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