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INDEPENDENCE, POLK COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1C91.
r' VS v
Genkr. Director
i
, Biiim'
attttv
Vies Preaidrf ...,.Irt p, Maria
mhs. wsw I. ...... .James U. Blati
800. of Tr.! ) , . .ChM. Filer
IVailmaatvr 1 kernl. . . John
Nkv of Iohi. , .John w. Md
Hoc t wrt. ,i..Rdai(i ptor
Hecof Nsv4..,,,. Benjamin F.TIaoy
AtUwueyO! W.H.H. Mller
Kee.of AuriiJiaW.l,j,r),Mmh
IVm.ot Mi'ntir.o..,,.,..W. T, larria
Coat. ? IVsVn,,,, ,,.,,.,0. D.lanm
TB OF OHSdUH,
Governor. .Sylvester Pauoyer
ftM,u(MUkl.,, 0o.W. Afdsrid
Treasurer. J...... Phil. Mdekaa
Stipt of iWla,... H JiElroy
Atty, Genet1 ,,,..,00, I. OhaiaWrlaiu
Stat Prtuk ........... . .Freul Baker
t? m. sBtti' i J John H. litoheli
U, 8. Benin, i. I J. N. Doth
Coogreaawj .........Binger lennann
i IV HI HUMID
Supreme Ojit. W.I Lord
. HMD
Snptof Plleohary.;,.G, 8.1nuinf
Blipt. of Ai
.....L. IJltowland
10. wColvig
. ,BoH Clow
( A NJHamilma
Frluk Millar
IF.aUl. Pre.
R.B.Com
Clerk.
l'kh Coavl jRafcmpbell
f Geo.?. Myers.
FuodOonJ WW. Baker
Circuit Jtf Jl P. Bole
District Aji ,.Qo.a.BiugbiB
KlLK COCNTT.
Bepreseof
L (R.I Butler
f' m. W. Myers
County
,J. BtoufTer
County (3
imhwtoaer. .
Simpson
F McCllnch
Sheriff.
L. Welle
Clerk
0. 0. Coed
Trwuui
.Kit Turner
School
-rtateudeut...
. I. Reynold
,N. Onnlner
...T. Bullr
L, KotoLnm
ASorJ
Hurvsyi
Coroeer,
Mayor.
. P, Ctnowy
...J. T. Fonl
...T. Fonell
KeoorJ.
Msren
Tressu
L..E. T. ileokl
citr cowu
E ill 1 Wliuolar
Fiwt VQl, ......... .H w R. Knnm!
' J t HE. 0. lVotlod
StHMuHHtd j JBM0ib.n
L J , ( M. Merwin
ThlM IrJ iaW.Shlnn
nh. C.
a W.
4 W. E.
! L. C. GiluHir
Distrvo. 29.
Bblno
unmet
Clerk.
.....M. L. Wbito
4urch directory.
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FihiBiPTWT. Btuidy School 10
o'cioc
M. rrMDlDR eTery onnaay ui
11 o
k . ttd 1m every Baoriy
Young beople'i meelios ooe
ntrrHM4aUieTfuio. Prayer
every TJursday ereumg. Ail
invited M attend.
cvenn
boar
meeti
eordu
lUr. A. 4 UriUAKBB, Putor.
nr rKBrriiUH. Preaching
ervkfvery 8uly morning at U and
alo iflie evenisg at 7 o'clock. Baoday
Bcbolit 12 o'dock. immediately after
pre
day
g. Prayr meeting every ttwo
man. K cordial invitation ex-
tendt
u all, especially atrangera viaitiog
the li
I av. A. F. Lott, Paalor.
CnvR Soptb .-Preaching ev
t and third Bnoday Hnnday
ry
Bob'
Pra:
at S tfolock in the afternooo.
meetiui every Tharaday evening.
All
ed.
HhP. J. M. Parish, Paalor.
aiLtiiL, Sonday School at 10
o'ol.
a. Praacniog every aeoond
rtb Kindaya of the month at 11 a.
ami
M.
every 8aaday evening at 7 r. u.
merting on Tneadny evening. All
l'ra
real
fnllyinvited to attend.
Kav.A. B, Coput, Paator.
fm.-8andsy School every Son
10 o'clock. Preaching the first
ood Snndavt of the month morn-
day
Bill
ins
d (veninc Prayer meeting on
-ad eveoiug.
Kirv. B. L.8hht. Paator.
SECRET 8X'IETIK8.
I'oT'lH, niu every Monday nlgbl In
Ic lalL All aojouniing bnithm Invited
,!, U DAMON, M. W.
V. HHISN, Reronler.
VALLEY LOIMIENO.41
Lfc I. O, O. P.. meeta In Ma.
1 win le ball every Tliumdajr
I evening. AllDdd rellowa
'cordially Invited to aU
l,.m L. lAMU,r.u.
a I, wiih;r;i,Mt, aeerewT.
LION LOnOE, No. 29, A. F
A A. M. HlaWd eommunlrav
.Hone on Haiuraay eveuin, uu
ir ieiore iuii imni .w-n .,.....
1 . wull. t h OrHtl flt.r J.
W. Buntcr, W. M, J.UKelcb
uiii, Secretary.
r, maw.rV K.nf K. AH,
fi Y81CIAK3 DENTISTRY.
LEE & BUTLER,
FiSICIlNS AND SURGEONS,
-:AL80i-
8. EXAMINING 8URGEON8.
Office, Went aide of Main St.,
DR. J. K. LOC1CE,
hysician ana aurgwu,
Buen Vlata, Oregon.
ATTUBNEYS.
A. M. IIUKLKY,
irney and Counselor at Law.
Ice: Next ' inaepenqepfn
Independence, or.
llonham. w. it. .
i'TORNEYS AT LAW
.- nr
owirR IN BUM I lilv,
State and Court, 8ALEH, OB.
MIIHIT' ioi ijm ganijjaaM n 1
IrllSCELLANEOUS.
i HATCHi..,,,ftVB,o
" 'D.'.V' ' aoie.... Or.
I TO will "
ini. of btilMtnM moved al lowit ru.
M SSl"
'iitHHium, "'""""'-"--
Inda 0LEi2?ilii22SI3
klMBKB, BAIKM, ORKOON,
eaatern prii.
Nl RlRRlR l:
II U UelllULII VUVI
.Qpf Ite Pttr0B' wroa e"i '
main axreei.
'All
raj i
BANKS.
Commenced Business March 4, 1889.
RitablUbed hy Natkuial Anthortty,
-TIIK-
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
of Ittdpila, Orvrm.
Capital ttaak,
Surpya,
80,000.00
14.000.00
J. H. COOPKK. U W. ROHKHWrtN,
I'rwtdonk. VU- t'rwUlpnt.
W. K HAWLKY.Caabtoh
DIRECTORS.
J. H. Owr, U W. Rlwrtm, U llliulok
O. W. M'btleakw, W. W. CMln.
A gnnU haaklnt bunlnwa trnartt
Buy and Mil vaciiaufe uu alt lmHrlaul
point.
IikihwIw iwelved nitvlwt tovnwk r on
U8Wordwlt. VillwUon made.
OBle nottrat a a. m, to 4p.m.
THE lNDEl'ENDENCB'
National Bank I
Capital Stock, $50,000.00.
B. HHWCHIIEIUV rrwlttent.
ABKAM NK1.NON, . Vkrraldnl.
W, P.CONNAWAY ...Outlier.
A iwiitnkl banklux and 4ia bulnnw
tranaavtad; Kwna Ada, bllin Ulu-uimM, nun
metvlat credlla (nutted: dr-ll rwtd on
eumut atwount uUJH u eliwk, lnUnwl paid
ea time dopuntla.
HlltKCTiiKK
Joabua McUaulol, II. H. Janmi, A. J
Ooodman, It. lllrwhtwra. A. Nrlun,
T. J. Lw. I. A. Alt.
IICOHWMTtO UNDCH THC UWS Of OU60.
FOLK ra
MONMOUTH, OR.
I. a. MArnt'H...
P. UCAMPHKI.U.
IRAC.IVWUJ4.
,.Prtldnt
..Vlre-t'iTT.
..I'Mlilcr
PAID CAPITAL, $25,000.
DIRECTORS.
I.A.IIacmm. P. U Campbell, IM.Wmw
J. a V, Butler, J. H. Hiuni, t. H. Iwll
jowph Cruveu.
A (onrnU banktu and uphanue biMlneaa
ubjwl to tbtvk or on twrtlnmleof dep"m
-rire nif vault and burlnr ptnat mtt,
Mraml by Yal llm lurk.
Oltlce llourm; I a. m. to 4 P. m.
H. M. LINES,
FUNERAL DIRECTOR
-AND
UNDERTAKER,
INDEPENDENCE,
OREGON.
A full and complete line of Funeral goodi
Alwaya on Hand.
BRICK YARD.
J. R. COOPER
, Of Independence, having a Btam
engine, a brick machine and neverul
acres of finest clay, is now prej)ared
to keep on hand a fine quality of
Brick, which will be sold at reason
able price.
JAMES TATOM
Real Estate
and Fire Insurance Agent
Will buy and aell property on reaaonable
lerina.
I3onmoiitli, Polk county, Oregon
WOODBURN
NURSERY
LARGEST STOCK OF TREES IH
THE NORTHWEST.
One and Three-fourths Millions.
100,000 prnne Trees (mostly French.)
85,000 Royal Ann cherry.
10,000 Early Crawford peach.
10,000 Moorpark and Royal apricot
86,000 EaoptH Spitzenberg apple.
20,000 OravenitelD apple.
26,000 Yellow Newton Pippin apple.
' 10,000 Ben Davla apple. .
Largest Stook of oil Other Loading Va
riutieiof Fauit.
Free From Insect Pests
CATALOGUE FREE.
ADDRESS,
J. H. SETTLEMIER,
Wodburn, Or.
Farmers and Merchants
Insurance Co.
Capital Stock,
W, F. Rn,
I'rwd.tent.
J, Ik Ct'WAN,
O, F. HiMeanN.
Vlt I'rwaldent,
M. MaNuaaa,
Ami (tvervlary,
sinaoTOxa.
imuurvr.
lion, H, A. Htrolian.'t'lilef Junlbw nf Mia Kuprein
dUHiMViu Henuin)inet7iM,rit ,inn. J
K,
J, 1
I,, ttwau, i-reiueiu i.iun wuiit;
V
... r p.iiilwiHi, 4tii,i.i,.ii m. nirni"i. .mum
Capllallat) in Kley, Ptiyalelaii.
rivmiuni wolpU aim orgauixution,
Umm lutid sittve oiLiniltit)ti, , ,
Surplus as nwui'ity to policy holders,
Walker Bipos
Suoceasori to Hsnkla & Walker,
Carry a comploto lino of
TABLE LUXURIES,
FRUITS, VEGETABLES,
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES.
We eollolt ahara f yeiir patrenaa.
a. r&MCOTr.
Prescott & Veness,
raorairroai or
Indepcndenr Saui mill.
itAMvrACTvaaa. lAiaaa m
FIR AND HARD WOOD, ROUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER
A. Waaaua, Mangr.
BMI!
Cutting and fitting, and all gar
ments made for liulu mid children.
And also a fine stock of
MILLINERY GOODS
Hats, ornaments, etc Ladies' and
children's furnishing goods, hose,
hoods, corsets, skirts, gloves, lace,
etc, etc
Work done and goods sold at the
lowest cuh prices.
Mrs. Mary Phillips!
Cor. Railroad and Monmouth at.
Dealer In
Hardware, queens ware, tinware,
stoves, end other miscellaneous ar
ticles, calls tlie attention 01 me
publics to his Hue stock of the above
articlts now on hand.
His prim will compare favorably
with price in any other locality.
Come and see ns and you will lie
satisfied with price, quantity, and
quality. "
MONMOUTH, OR.
PATENTS
CatMt and lie mum Monml, Trade- Mark
DHti'lvml, and all otlwr untenl oauwa In tin
I'Mont Ol'tneand liefnre llm Court, prompt!)
nil careful!; pniww'oleil.
t pfin rweiiit ol mll nr Meh or Inventlnn
I make rarotul eiamitmtlim.and adviM aa b
uaioutahllilir (nwiit cliaraa.
Maiiiutlitm direellf anniMi from th Paten
Oltii-ea, ami a'ntion n.i-oinllr eallwl to m
perlt M'-- eaiabli.tiiHl tni'llilli for mak
uig pni titninnrr tMrt'.liiw, for the moa.
Tiaoroua an J .lUTewtful irnwwnli"n of appll
cnli.ina for wlnl, anil for altendina Ui al
huainma entruil Ut m ear, in the ahorteei
ponlliledina. HJ'UhI enm a HHMlt.
Viwa Moderate and xxclumve atieniion aiven
lojiiliit hmlnma. Hak nf liifurinntion ami
ailvine, and atieeinl rufenimai, aent witlieal
charge upon r,ut. j
Bo!lollraril Attornoj in Patent Caner.
Waahinalon. l.
Oppu.lU. U. H. Pateut Olllce,
(Mention tlila paper.)
Solentlflo American
Agenoy for
OAVIATS,
TRAOa MASKS.
OtBIOtt PATINfl
coprsiOMTa, eto.
Per Information and free Handbook write to
miinn it ., atn tiHOAiiwAV, Maw Vohk.
CMrlu.t hurniiu for Deeiirlrw patenta In Amerlea.
Kvery patent token out br u In briaialit befora
Uie public br a untioa giveu free of oharge In Uia
f Mittific tucriran
Tjirxort drnnlatlnn of an? tHentlfln paper In tht
wollft Siilertdtiltr llltiitratuit. No Intellliimit
m.ui nhniiiu lie without It, weeair. h.i.uii a
fuur 4I.M) Ml mnnLlil, Ailnreaa Mil
'uiiLiaiituii, ll Hrowlwar, Now roi
rora.
T3IX
OPENS SEPT. 18, 1891,
COUHHK OP STITHY armnired exprea.ly
to meet ttia need, of the running and ina
ohnnlral lnteriwla of thd at ill e.
titirre, commodlotia, and well-ventllaled
bulldliiK". The milage a located In a eultt.
vated and Christian (mmiimnlly, and In one
of the Iiealtlilciit auction, of UioaUte,
MILITARY TRA1NINQ. .'
Expenaea need not exoeed $1.50 for
th entire aeaalon.
Two or more Free Hehnlaralilpa from every
county. Write for Ciitnlouiie to
B, U AUNOliU, l'ru Corvollla, Or.
S. A. PARKER,
Manufnoturor and dealer In
Sash, : Doors, Mouldings, : Etc.
Full atoik of (Ilium, all tr.n, kept oouataiitly
on hand, Hpcdlal riitun on contractu,
Kitntory on B. Jl, alrent near dopnb
Luther
Grounds
. tAA.
All A
$500,000.
J, a Whitmmam,
Heey, and Mngr.
R, A. Maaaa.
t'aabtar,
ttnirtt tl'Mi, Joliri Humatt, ag-Aaanetale
Wmlliarninl, Altnniey.Hlala Menabirt Hum,
MalHinat llanat W. r. Head, Meronat
Hlemlwra. MpirlianU J, O. wrllatnau,
$ai'i,28.00
00.08A.80
215,008.87
9
CANNED GOODS,
I A. VtKUS
Independence, Oregon.
T. E. Baldra,
Doaltrln
Single and Double
Harnos,
Saddles, Whips,
Collars,
Robes, Etc., Etc.
REPAIRING A SPtCllLH.
Call and get prices: and I will
please yoa with quality.
11
lie Ha BUWII
BUU1KG OF ILL KINDS
Neatly Dona.
MACHINERY REPAIRING
AS
HORSE SHOEING
A Specialty
Wood Working and Car-
riage Painting Done in
First-class order.
C STREET, - INDEPENDENCE,
H
1,1
I wish to Inform the public that I
am now prepared to furnish
FIRST-CLASS
LUMBER
in all dimensions, at sacrifice prices
with promptness. Call
for prices.
MAX FRIENDLY,
Corvallis, Or.
Sueeeaaora to Vanduyn
4 Shelley,
Have just received a fine and varied
stock of goods, to which we call the
attention of the public. We have
come to stay, and by fair dealing
and lowest prices expect to share
with others the patronage of the
public. .
Due attention will be given to
the wants of all, and everything in
our line will be furnished to hand,
or according to order of customers.
Monmouth is the place to buy
goods, and "don't you forgot It."
fait
Jon
THE
TRUTH
about Seeds. W will aend
you Fret our Seed Annual
for 1803, which telli
THE WHOLE
TRUTH.
Wa Illustrate and tlva
price In this Catalogue,
which la handsomer thai
aver. It tell
NOTHINO. BUT THE
Wrk. Aw M keaUy. TRUXHa
D.M:FKBWY4 CO., OeiraH,Mili.
J7M. DECKLEY,
Linrj til fob Stlit,
l!::::dn, Oregon.
Having purclmafd the Interval of
George Mooihhy In the Monmouth
Livery atid Mv Htuhlt I aollult a fair
altar of the patmnngo of the pulille.
I am prepared to furatah good tMtma
and vehicle at short indlw. day or
night, ami all traiialtut custom will re
oelve duo atteiitloit. Hetid lu your or
der. ... "a I "i .i
lH. JOMtlAN A
GREAT MUSEUM OF ANATOMY
IVai Market at. , ii rianelare).
IkMeiaaeika l .
Co ami Icam how umlcrfully
vou are made and how ta avoid
Ikkneil and diieaua. kluuue
'nlrt'f J with thouaandaaf new
oi'iccti, Admiutun ii eti. .
Isinl. omM an nu.v a. m
: trleture, ka of maiihMod.dlaeaaea of the
akin and kldneya iiiivk!y eared wuhiaitlhe
aaaol rmit. Treatment twreanally war
fcithw. aeail lot book.
Harness,
Saddles,
Whips,
Oils,
Robes,
and Brushes.
BEAP.ER & CRAVEN.
& WM,
Bueoeaaora to
ELKINS & CO.,
ruoritiETOiia op
CityTrucandTransferCe.
Hauling of all Kinds Done at
Keaionable Kates.
; Agents for the 0. P. Boats.
arColltftlwia Mado Moiithly-!
INDEPENDENCE, OREGON
ftllDFC Couofii, Coloi, Inttuaaia, BrenckH.lt,
tUliCO NoaruntM, Wheopla, Ce(k,Craaa,
lora lhiut, Atlhma, nd ..ry aflMuen of lh
Throat, limn mid Ch.lt, including Comumpll.a.
iil.,auai.iiiiniil. Ooouia.iiind"l, lalU."
A FREE TRIP
TO THE
WORLD'S FAIR!
Cemmenelng May 1, 1893.
The Hlalory Company, of San Kranelaoo.
Cat,, (raiitlal .look. Ifani.tKII,) the oldeal and
laraeat piihllahlnii hnnaeon the 1'nelSa enaat,
thla day annoimt'e Unit they wHI give, ahM
lutely fne, a tlekel to the world', fair and re
turn, Ineltidliia nienl. en route one week, (7
dnya.) hnll aiwiniiiodallona, alx admlaalnn
tliiaew to the nxpnalMoii gniuiida, two tu-keta
Ui leading L'hloago theatera, and eueh other
Srlvllegea a. may Inaurn a pleaamit trip, to
eaerviiig pumuna who nuiiiply Willi their re-
''SJoTM'K.'-.TIioiie dealrlng to go to the
world', fair and who onuldnototlrerwlaedn
an, nan adilreaa ua al nnee for full partloiilar..
The otter doea not apply In peraon. of moan,
who are In a po.itlon to meet the expenaea of
auch a trip themaelvea, but. to enterprialng,
Inlelllgent young nihil and women who ean
apprwdate aueh an opportunity, and make the
moat of It, Teai'liern, elergymen, aludeuta,
farmer' bright ami a and dnughtera III fael,
any and all noMeaNlng enorgy, eiitvrprlaa,end
oharaeler, will be eligible, ,
, Th Chane of Life-time.
Every vnnng man or woman who de.lre. to
go to Otilcngo and eo the wgndera of the
grcnUwt uxhlliltlon the world haa ever known,
iMHilil aililreaa ua at oiiee, Muflh an nirnor.
lunltyl. rarely oltMred, and the trip will be
the .vent of a life-time Ui llioao who go. Ad-
dr"HE HISTORY COMPANY,
THE HISRORf BU'LOING, .
723 Market at., San f ranelaee, Cal.
C Street
Restaurant!
JAMES GIBSON, PROPRIETOR
la now ready to furnish a
for 25 cent", t tho now
dtwrs wuMt of postoflhw,
WB TELL
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n
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OGSEFCaCnESinqi
I tV fal ' I
, IknliiB,.!. '
Rev. Pr, Bushong's Sermons on
the Faith Cure.
HKMOllXCM AWHKRKMTIOriT.
IdMt Hlghl HI. tUxaarM Nelata t the
Aii.aer.ef Mra.O.org.ll. Wllllaaal :
to Uwe.iaa. Prpoaade4 ay i
Hlaa. . r
. (Oretonlan, November I, ll.
lUiv, j, W. llualinng, paator of th
tViiit'iimy Mriliiall.t ehurcb, Kaat
Mile, liaa laam paying hi reaNrUi to
"iiii.li cum" aud tUe "nioderu miracle
woikcra' during lit paat two week.
He liua no belief In eltiier and ha bteu
Hiiiiylug Uilh from tlie pulpit. Dr.
Jlu.limig found that-the "new aud
anmigttU'iU'f,"u lie termedlt, was
Kitltiing ground In hla tvuigttKatlou
aud uVi'l'led to etsuiiatlt, Hpraklligof
the tnai ter, a elam luader of th church
rvofUtlyaMldi' "You would be auquiavd
at the number who hav been led aatray
by lb fHltlt-tur crass, Several have
Mkd me for letter of withdrawal frmo
the church In order to Join tlie adher
ent of faith cure," .. ' '
Dr. ltueliong haa adilrveavd large con
gn itatlou alnce ha began hl fight
agaiuat th Ulkf. HI flnrt sermon
naanu ".Mialeru Miracle and their
Worker." He held that th clrcum
aunwa and ctiiulltliiii. which prumptvd
Chrtat and hlaapuetlt to perforui ntlr
iu'h are tint In exlatenoe now. The
object of mirttvli wa to eatabllab
t'brlal' claim aa a divine teacher, to
ahow (tie Almighty deliverer and the
Almighty provider. Contluulng In
thla vi-lu tl. reverend gentleman aid:
"If lila character aa an Almighty de
liverer haa not been established al
ready It never will be, Tu entire eivtr
led world acknowledges Qod a the
lupreni ruler andreuder thank auto
til in, Mlrat-lcaare orrtaluly not needed
to eatabllab the claim of Jau pa aave,
and they are not nedd for the benefit
of a favored few. Then,, wby vbould
Ood work miracle now? I say noth
ing a to bis power to perforin thtrn
If he want to work miracle be ean go'
to the cemetery and rai every dead
man and womau there, II can our
headache, eon eyes, weak backa, tor
throala; but wby ahould he do to? By
what mean, let m aak, ar tboae o
called modern m track wrought, and
who ar the agents? la the Roman
church, by prleata by Ui boot and
bullet of aaluta. The laat era wa
the tllaplay of the 'Holy Coat,' at Tere.
Among the ProttnUnla modern uilr
aclo are worked uauatly by some unap
preciated, disgruntled church member,
or some dhieatiafled preachermoat of
them given to extreme. New what
claaa of miracle are claimed to have
been wrought? Hav any been raked
trout th dead? Hav eye of those
burn blind beeSt opened? Any ankle
bouea been set? Any Incurable eaaea
cured? Jwua and the apoatle cured all
who came."- " - ' '.:
In hla econd avrmoa Dr. Buabong
wldhehadbeen told that hie argu
menta Old not touch the caee, and that
ourva are effuoted In answer t the
prayer of faith, baaed upon divine
promise, and Ood must b consistent
with hla whole word and dealing. Dr.
Iluehoug pronounced th miracles fal
Incloua, and challenged the mlraele
worker to perform th mlraele per
formed oy Uod, auch aa bringing the
ili'tul back to llfi), giving th blind
tight, and o on. Then haald: '
" Tlie cure cftVcted have been ud
tlfii, leaving the patient sound In mind
and laxly. The disease being mental,
the cure mutt be In the mind. The
mind has been centered on the diseased
part, and muat be turned away from
tflf. In to doing, It muat be turned on
aoitie other Inlereatlog object. The
moat surorWul wsy yet adopted la by
Ulivcllng the ml ml on aoine great moral
mlijfut. Hitch cuiea have furtilabed
quack soil chsrlslsns an opportunity
to ciii" iiolorlcty by luiptwlug uvon the
iiiilinuiimlu claaa. Wlifil there It a
fiilluie to cine a caae It is laid to eilher
the patieut' Isck of fjiilh, or It is the
Will of dial thai they should not be
lit'a It'll. 'I be fact la, lb case I uot
hysteria, but a rest diu-nae, and heuce
heyoiul ilivlr it'iicli niid their prayer of
tui Ih. To llicao ciiuac you luu aaft'ly
refer nltiely-iijne cnwi out of oue hun
dred tliul have U'i'ii cured,"
MISS. WII.UAJII ANSWKHSD,.
Lnat night Dr. Uuahong delivered
the third kermou of the series on the
ktiliject, "A Itevlew of my Interview
Willi Mia. Oeoi'g H. Wllllatut."
"Tlmt I might know the main feature
well," iildhe, "I culled ou the rbluf
exMiiieiil, with Dr. I)nues a wltncaa.
W'u were iveeived by M r. illiunis iu
a cu rii i ui niuiiuer. edie wus iraus,
CAiuliil, aud coiuinuulciitWo, I credit
her wttli cmiilor ami sincerity, which,
however, doe not add credeuoe to her
theory. These question were lubtuit
ted, ssfollow!
"VVhiit are your view of Ootl, the
Father? Her answer wasi 'Self-ex-
isllngfi'om and to eterulty, He hits
a vialble foiiii and body, It I tangible
the dime us mine. If he did not have
It, neither could we. He wrote with
bl fingers. He talked to me, He
cornea Into this room. I see and bear
him as I do you. I know that I un
derstsnd Ood' word. I have not read
oue word except the Bible for seveu
years. I know what It teaches.' 1
"Give me your views of the nature
and design of the holy communion.
Auswer-e-'Uod breathea on the broad
and wine to be used for the sacrament
aud they at once become the real body
and blood of Jesus) therefore, when we
eat this bread and drink this win we
eat the very body aud drink the very
blood of Jeiua, and hence the object ofJ
. ... - i , . ...
pal'iaKlllg Ol in aaernuieui ia vue
means by which we become allied to
Jesus, We become his bride; yes, mar
ried to him. When I feel thewetnsa
Children Cry for Pitcher's Ctstorla,
of Jesus In my flesh, It 1 ksosuse I am
married to him, and my tady Js spirit,
nalliad by blm, My flat and blood
ar of Jeaus. Tbeae lemouts being th
Ideutioal body of Jeu. tbey enter our
bodies and by sod by tbey will, by as
similation, disputes our natural bodies,
nd our bodies will become tue real
bodies of Jeaus. Our bodies become dl
vlu vary toon In thla life, a the body
ofJesuaJ. 1 bellev we should take
tb aacrameut two or tbre time a
day. Tbi It necessary in order .to be
Christ's brld and to b saved. I do
not get tick any more; I do not expect
to die. Uod has revealed to me that he
has atroyed disease and death In my
body. My body bss become perfect
and divine by using tb sacrament.'
"What Is your belief about the Chris-
tlsn oburohr Anwer'(lod never In.
tended that titer ibould be dlfTerent
denutalnstbtia. I hav no us for doc
trliM). Jmutmvtt taught doctrine.
Tb mission of tb church Is at an end.
Ood aan no longer use it to aceompliah
but purpose, 'it end Is at band, he
oause tb church baa both sheep aud
goat In It There ar more goat than
theep, and you cannot get the goat
out. B tb Lord bss to get tb sheep
out.1
"What about tb second coming of
Cbrlat? Answer. 'I believe in it. I
cannot tell the exact day or hour when
b wilt appear, but I do kuow the time
Is Just at band. The time Is here now.
This I know beoaua all th signs of
It, spoken of by Daniel aud Jeaus In
IUvelstlons, are now fulfilled, the re
turn of tb Jesus, ete. I was reading
an arUot a abort time ago In a news
paper about tb Jesus. I know it k
Just at hand becauae Ood has revealed
it to m In person. He told me It wsa
JuetatbanoV ; .
"What areyour views about fsitb cure
or divine Dealing? Answer. 'I oe-
lleve In IU I know It, I bae my be
lief upon tb promise Jeaus made. 1
take them In a liberal sense, I know it.
I teach It I know Qod heals becauae
be has healed hundred iu answer to
my prayer and laying on of hands.
More women tbsn men are healed. All
classes of diseases are boated; not many
tonsumotlves. I cannot tell wby. All
for whom I prayed were not healed be
cauae (omethtng was wrong. I would
not undertake to beat cither of you.
Tbeae are miracles the ssme as those
recorded In the New Testament
No use to take medicine. Ood tain laid
without doctors.' "
Dr. Buabong then proceeded to com
ment ou thee sntwers, pronouncing
her teaching tractable, aud vngarie
too ebeurd to nilalead. Her view of
the rrameni are ISomsnUt if, be ssid,
snd sbout tb body becoming divine.
Could anything be moie aUurd? How
can such crsuk doc.riiiee be received
by Intelligent penp'e? The iniiin of
the church Is uot elided. It la broader
tbsn ever, and I the moat powerful
factor In exlMeneV Ihoae who have
predicted Ui end of the wot id have
been the laughlng-atork of all men.
Eaeb answer wa taken up and dis
cussed. It was a masterly summing
up of the whole subject, and he
closed with the words, "May Ood save
tb country from fanaticism."
Two placards bang near each other on
the walls of a Philadelphia restaurant
On Is, "Walt on th Lord and keep
His way, and he shall exalt thee to In
herit the land." Tlie other Is, "Watch
your hat and overcoat; the proprietor la
not responsible for them."
Testing the Baking Powders. -
Comparative Worth Illustrated, ;'
bt PROF. PETER COLttER, iat chemist hc cam ,OW IW,-
DEPABTMKT OF AOIUCIILTIIKE, WASUINOTON, 0. a . J V
DB.FRIcr...... f
pnraCrsast Tartar, h
BOTAL .
AaiaaoA. C
tmtrvALED....ws;-r
AIM aad Ammonia..
Iwylor-alSpooawr-Ahua
aad Aaunoala. I
MOMAEOn..... v-.r
Alaai aad Aataioala. mm
txaw BALI...
Ahuaaad As
inoaulL
'OAXCKXT
IT ..-
CoaUuu Alanl
fjffaltiat AuSwIjai
HOT IX.
AAWAIX1.....'S-Mr
Alaat tad Aauaeala. I
. mm
mux , w..p
AlaaVaaiAmatoau
aia.ai
HKPARD1 ... wr
Alain aad Aaunoala. I
BOKBOr...........w..r
, Contains AlaatsL
rORKSTCITT.wtr
Alum aad Aaunoala. k-
tUHCAOO T1AST
Alan and Aauwai
OBOWN.
Ahuaa
i'AmBoala. t
IXTBB STAH..-r
Alaat and Aaunonia.
DODSOH A BIU -Alem
aad Amaienia, L
Above dlaorram was drawn and
fVilllee. who ia nroeminent aa a Chemist and Scientist The
made ia accordance with hia chemical tests of each brand enu
The Carbonic acid mta was calculated to fret the leaveninj
ttia fliiantetlva anelviia In enrertflin
snd general usefulness of tlie leading
examination ana resi, revcaia too mvi, wni, iau uu. m
brand tested contained either Ammonia or Alum, and a numoer
. . J - . . .1 1 1 1 ammnhia or a
ilut quo woman in wu uiuuanuu euum uc au om..-; .
Powder if she knew it Such Powders not only undemune tue ae w-
ammonia imparts s sallow or blotched complexion, v - . - w -..h-j,
NoTX. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder, ss shown by MCWI
cssminstisns, is the only pur Cream Tartar Powder fu"V,
atioa aad the highest in .trength. All authorities report .V.?3
Ammonia, Alum, Lime, or any other adulterant The parity of tuts idtsl
lewder has never been questioned. " ,.,
Indlcataath Powder containing either " ": ,
a Isdloates the Powder coutaiainjooth Ammonia ana aiubu ,
I Ki,.ur them, it must not b ts
M M ot signer tirengxn man otucrs ciuc. owder tOV
thm W emeaeaa anv value. All Ammonia -or Alum powoera mr
Ivdadaidsngerous, no matter how
r. ... ia i ia i ,
Jullua Caar was born In
flue old Heotcb-Irish parental.
Ttaw I
In life be developed a fondness for tti
olssslc and could speak Latin bS v,
lie wss ten years old.
When Cr bad finished bis mili
tary education b wa sent to Gaul to
fight the Indians, and eonqtterad tb
country so easily .that a number of bis
staff on day made th remark that
"Ueiiural CWr had mora Oaut than a
Chicago drummer." The man whtr
wa reaponslble for Ibl effort at wit r I
celved an extra allowance of "bard V
tack" and canned salmon for a month. V
While In Gaul Ciesar dlUngulshd
himself by building a toll-bridge ovaf . f
the Ilhlue, out of which h mad a
large fortuue. For thla b raoeived a , t
gold medal from an assootatloD of Oer
man brewer. Thla bridge was such as
extraordinary structur that floods and 7
overflows simply msd It stronger, and
It would often be washed) ton mile
down stream wiihoutjreoelvlng th
slightest damage, after which it would '
tie hauled back by oxen. :
Cmar once met with a curious mis
bspon tb Adrfstle sea. As a forry
man was taking bias over that noble
sheet of water, a storm suddenly arose,
aud Ctttmr remarked to tb boatman,
"Fear nothing; you carry Caesar and
his fortunes," whereupon tb boatman
quickly drew an od Colt's army pistol,
aud, pointing It at bis interlocutor, ob
served: "I thought from the start you
bsdsome boodle, aud now that you
have coiifeaaed It, shell out, and b ,
qukk about It!" Osar saw that tb
man had the drop on him, so be Calmly
gave blm all the money b bad, which
amounted to about 17,60. , ...
Cnwitr came to his death In a curious,
wsy. lie and Brutus made a bet as to
which could eat a greater number of
watermelons within a given space of
time. When th contest bad proceed
ed but a few minutes, Brutus asked,
from amiw the room, "How many
have you eaten?" and Csstar replied,
"Eat two." Brutus soon saw that b
was beaten, aud, springing to bis feet
he stabbed Ciesar to death. N. Y. Her
at ry. ", ' '
Aa itaulaa MIL
4 n m.Ut w)iA haul ISaMffi amrilriVavl ik
pslr and retouch the properties of an
old church In the suburbs or ine taqr
on being refused payment in a lump -for
his work, wss ssked for details, and
ent the following Itemised bill to th ,
church orflclals;
Oorrectlo Too CommaodmeoUu
Kmbelll.tlng PonUtt.FUaUend puU
tin new rtbbooa on bl. bonnel
New Util oa rooaterjur 8U Peter and
mending hla oomb ., ...
Keglldln loft wing of Ouardlan
ta
Angel,
Waabin a aervajit ol High PrleM
and putting oarmln. on hla cheek.
Benewlng Heaven. adJu.Ung two
ataea, and cleaning moon....,., ....
Keanlmallot Same, of Purgatory -
and reatortng aoui. -
Reviving Hell, pultlng new Ult oa
Devil, and aevaral jobs tor th kail.
Keborderlng robea of Herod aad
reaitjuatlnf wl.-,-'... ;
Pultlng new spatted sashes on th
son of Tobias and drsaalnf his
saequa
Cleaning eara of Balaam's aaa and
shoeing aam ,.
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Putting ring. In tars of Sarah
Putting new .tone In Dae
enlarging head of OolCaUi, extend
ing hi. le .
Deroratlng Noah's Ark.
Meudlug shirt of Prodigal Boo
Total ; ; aw a
The good church people were ahocked,
but the bill was paid.
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the eomnarntive wholesom'
Powders, The result of P
high their atrengiu.
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