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INDEPENDENCE, POLK COUNTY, OREGON -FRIDAY. JAN. V 1594
Five Cents Per Copy.
t ! fa e'i Mil wffMl eNief
tm. le eierrlweli witt - Ik a.rwtln,r V
fc.H-lft rV MM wWr e.irt arerfte.
"Val atiriit e aanoawee" mmm that
Otwm Mwte, Mnla NC Fmllereun Km. Mere.
In. NM tonal. Cut. Hainan Monjnimth me.
Flrl National, Cur. Mat U4 0 St.
?lrl .National Ban.
PARSERS A BATHS.
K T. Huklf Main street.
Sou(horlr lo announce
inn I'atlereon, Main timet.
H. A. ruller.Cilreet.
Not autnorlsHI to annwnnw.
' BOOTS and SHOES.
Miller A Patlroo. uear 'lrl Wal'l Bau.
J. R. Cooper, comer t; elree.
Hiwh A CHumetl. onVe aMWl.
Campbell Roe-unit r. at IHmty IVMo
A. M, Hnrley, Mayor.
Gee, Wsileed, Hoeorder,
Andy Tupper. Manlial.
CONFECTIONERY A FRUIT.
Rotoloeon A IUilnO.The BUott.
P. a Pnilemon. nr ooera houee.
" CHURCHES 4 PASTORS.
Bapltat, J. Kmtjcukiu.
frmbylvrtan, J. A.Towneend.
Confrefntlonal, l). V. Poling.
Evangelical, ft, A. Copley.
M, K. Souih, Kdwln Palmer.
ChrUUan, No rwUtdit pUor,
Hot au(liortecl " announce.
Ind. Cannery Co.. nunr depot.
J. U. VaoOrwlel. Independence.
Kul suthorlied loannonnea.
B, A. M ulkey , O' lxt uell llrlea. np Italia.
J. B. Jobation, Cor. Knllroad a Monmontn. eta
Lm A Uabl.ui, Ind. Kai l Hank, up atalm.
E. U KeUsbura, .Monmoulta ., near H. B.
O. D. turner, opera urnine, up etalm.
Hut nutnoruwd lu announce.
Hubbard A StanU, Railroad Htr.
W. D. KlSlnn. leave ordere at Hold.
MIm Hophla (Jofl, at residence. Railroad it.
Shelley, Alexander A Co., Main Htr,
Paltcmrin II roe., opera hnoe.
ELECTRIC LIGHT CO.
Nut authorled lo nnounce.
W. O. Cook; Chief ecalneer.
f I SH , OYSTERS A. GAMfc
D. B. BoydVn,Ctreel. 1
Ind. MM Co., to. HMnner A Co.
8tar MIIU, I). W. Henrn A Oo,
Notaiithiimnd Ul announn.
W. O. tVK.k, Wlilte;ik'' b-trh.
Roaendorf A mtncMmrg, Main trwit,
J. M, Vanduyn, Cor Muln and C trout.
J, A. MlU-Whllenkr brtck.
Aot uthorlil to announce.
Wlloox, BHldwIn A Co., Houtli lrte C tret.
JnVEwberan A Kanderrock, Corner M
Douty A Paddock, Went ld Mnln trt.
J. P. Irvlna-Whltaker brick.
HARDWARE & AGL. IMPTS.
O'Donnell, Cor, Mnln A Monmouth Hta,
B. M, Wade A Co., Main and Monmouth BW.
Not anthorlwd to annoance.
Not authorized U) announce.
tltlla t'iUo""HirtWTXT(f rirTf Kp.
Not uthortevd In annnnnnt.
Wkhit Kinaorti.-e, Wain utreet.
JUSTICE OF PEACE.
It. M. t.lnM-lnd. National hank hulldln.
Ind. Mteara Laundry, A J. Arhumt,
A, M. Hurley, Main ttnwt.
(ten, A. Bmllh, Ind. Nat l Rank, up ilalra.
LIVE STOCK BREED'RS 4 DEAL'S
T, H. Huntley, IndepeMdenea,
I he Huntington, IK It. I'kidMler, near depot
Peter Cook, Main aireet.
rUI Jntonattn. Main etrvet.
Preanntl A VeiHHw,aa mill.
U. U Mawklna. enr. Railroad and K atreeta.
T. U llarunau.
MASONS, BRICK 4 STONE.
Not authorteed lo annnunee,
u ii i I.HU m, urn i ii bw
Hperlln Hnia., Main etrwl.
Ijiul. Kuapply, Catrart, (
W. U, MAannan, C .trvet.
Nut auiuriHt to anuouni'e.
Not auiboriaetl tuauno
MUSIC 4 INSTRUMENTS
Not aulnorttvd hi announra.
U'aaT Hi Pa. Iwitxt Prtdoy. fim.
Not aulhurlied lo auuounca.
PAINTERS 4 PAPER HANGERS
M. IK Ktoli, Main alrmt.
Wltlla Hill, lrv order at ClndMtor lima.
li. 11. Craven, C trTt, north
PIANO 4 ORGANS.
Not uUoritd lo announce.
I ivugliary Itroa., Indvpendenoe.
ind.-Mon. Untur Co, J. bornalfe, coodurtot.
Mnulhern Pai'lde lint, to Hortlnnd IS inline.
REAL ESTATE AGENT.
Not authorised lo announe.
tly ttretaurant, C. I'. Campbell, Prop.
Not ulhnrl, d to announe.
Ind. Loe No tt, A. O V, W.
Valley Lodge No. tt, I. It. 0. F.
1 jron tle No. , A. K. a A. M.
Homer Ixnlje No, li, K.ol I,
Ilebekah lieiirea Irttr". Clover Uat No. I.
The tiern-J. It. Cmper, prop.
The CaaUo-M. K. Owena, prop.
SASH 4 DOORS.
Mitchell A ilohnniion, Main alrret.
M. T.Crow, near depot.
'nolle, C, A. HlU'heoek, 1'rlnelpnl.
COD I WATER MFRS.
M. Ilnea, Independence Nat l Hank b'ld'f.
E J. Younit, Ind. Nat'l Hunk, upelnlra.
Not HtitlMirlii'd tonrnounce.
Notautlinrliecd to announoe.
WATCHES, CLOCKS & JEWELRY
. A. Krnmer, Main etrwt.
and all other
Hitnd yottr llnta for anaelnl prioe,
( BUilnguo rri'e,
CORFALLIS HUBNEItV COMPANY,
47-1 at Corvttllia, Orego
IBM. l w.-f m TV I
Tha Cast M:ina.
J. (X Wti-sox, Contrarior tint
Bullilor, Sulphur tyring, Tviiu,
Uitit H'k of Ajrr'i VUlti ;
M Ayr Pllla are tli beet medicine 1
ever trlwlj and, In wy JudKineiit, no
belter Kfneral remetly eon Id be UevuHid,
I have ua4 tlietu In my family nl
raeommemM them lo mj frleuda mI
tuiployea fur mora than twenty year.
To my oeHaln knowledne, many
of the following rownlalaM been
br the bm of Ayar'i rill alone; Third
day rhllle, dumb aiM, blllout fever,
Irk hea.la.-ha, rheumallem, flu, dye
pepela, ponetlpallow, and hart rolile. I
know that tnwlerata tie of Ayer
rtlle, eontlnue.1 (orarewdayiorweeka,
an tha nature of lb nomnlalnl required,
would be found an aImoIuM curt for tit
dl.orderi I hart named above."
" I hav bean eelllni bmhIMM for
eight yeara, and I can tafely tay thai
Ayri Pllla (Iva bettwr aaU.lactl.m
than any other Pill I ever aold.'W. J,
Parry, BpotUylvanlt 0. ., V.
Prepared ay 1. J. 0. AreraCe, Uw.ll, Mesa,
Ivtry Doit Iffaotlv
Hubbard & Staats,
CityTruck &nd Transfer Co.
Hauling of all Kind Dam at
Agents for the 0. P. Boats.
All blita lituat lw nHtltxi by III lOtb M
vau tt ttjouut.
ndependence, i Oregon.
" i"a-Ba (
Salem and Independence
Lmve IiiiU'Ik-iiiI.'Ikw and HnNn
MuniliiV, Wwliitnilny and Friday, lv-
liiK luiU H'iili'iirf nt o a. in,, Hulfitt at
(. tit., nun Arriving at I'ortmtid nt
I-nvoa 1'ortlmnl Tu.eday, Tliurwlny
ml Haturtlity nl 6 n iu. Kolem fur
inth'iHitnifiM nt p, m.
Kxcvllunt imnli) atrvvil on Ixwt nt
2.1 oeii la rwriiKsnl,
Paeafiim-ra aav tlmo nnd mnnry by
taKiiiK i it lei iiiio iv rnrtiami.
HlMUiie-r will earry fnal thmtiitlt
frdnlit and offvtt ihIiiI ntU on )uigv
Uncxwllfd imaetiitr awommorin-
llone, Mllfhell, Wrlulil A Co , Onor-
al kiti'iita, Uolmun btnok, Mum, Or, ,
Te Our Many Customers.
A the year 1803 la drawing lo u clow
w deal re to tlmtik our initny ciwmnorti
for their very liberal rmtrotiage during
I he punt yt'nr, anil alncerely truat they
will eotitlnue extending the earue dt
trig the coming yeitr. You will lino
no nt our old plitee of bimlneM, nixlte
th poHttifflit', ready to ealer to your
Give ur a New Yenr'i cull und wim
ple our good und learn our eireedlnirJy
We Hereunto given conl lul In vital lou
Parties wixhlng to purchiwe cednr
hop polos or fence mw1b can have the
mme delivered ulioard t' e Oregon Piiel
ftc curs at ilerry,! Marlon Co., Or., Ii
quan tit leM und prlees to suit. For fin
ther particulars call on or write lo
J. L. BERRY,
60 Berry, Oregon,
U ; K -ported- By Our Worth
i.VMOi'NIH OF THE WOUK B0NF,
Npeeeke bf fralWwra C'toiultell, llareer,
Klwea, aha, MlMieoeli, aad Mtw Tat
i III.-Mlea Arree Malta,
Krfllor Wicht BuiKi Your - icatler
will I Inletvaltd In III programme of
the BUI Tvnelier a Asanelatloii for Ut1
week, ami, thervfuis, I give u abatrpef
if the work that erlalim wvkuy VS
whnt wne thm by pvreons iruiu Join
ll.in of (he alale. Allow me to say
Hint, that this neUuK was universal!
Bukiiowleilgttl lu be one of the iiii
stillafsvlory of lb tsuiveullou of Ore
gon leaehera, Tbv eurollinent roaclieri
fullv 4tW, antl lu (he several tktpart
meiits that of superllilenileiile, rJol
leg anil publle sehtail teaehera thert
was a riimrkabie liilertwL Intelllgvn
Mer sml lively tllscuaalons, tit gist
of which was that leauhrrs need tiMf
lal I'niMirHlliMi fur the ttlaeliargvof I In
inHirtitnl tluile Iihhmm1 km Uiem
y rriiatlllKk Iney awtinr, mnu
that I here Is t raplil furwanl moveiiieii
In tvery depariuienl of schtsil work.
In tli ilfMtitnint of HUwrinlfud
nl, PrmliU'Ut P. I I'amptwll, of the
Misle Noriiml st'lueil, at Moniuisilli,
eMike ou Twmiay, ot th "Relatliw of
the Cminly Htiriittutleiit to III N't
imil Behiiol, II showed, first, what
was the aim of the normal seliou! With
reeieel to ih atudeut who ar titer to
reire fur leaching, aud how tit roo
suniuilmi of tbnl aim awtisied i tli
county superintendent In ratstog the
lanilsrd of their scnok Th plait of
the nortusl sehonl was briefly outlined,
ahnwlnit that, systematic fHinss of
training lu tli aeleiieeand art of leach
ing ls jm1I'Io a It la to educate
yiinug people In th selene and pine
of any iX her profeiMlim. Th argti.
miuila timd by nher nations In favoi
of iximitar edueallim, were atnted. The
tulk was rhwett w ith ihesialemeut that
tu uoritinl stthotM eheerfuliy Invltvd
igg'stloiis for liiiprovriuent from anj
of th M!iertntndeitts or principals.
On Wednewdsy afteruoon, Prof. J. 1).
Horner, of the Male Agricultural col
lege, at IVrvnllle, read a very good pa
pr on "Libra rlea In Puollo ttebool,'
he pat-r reelvet a great deal of nu
lied prsiae, sine It conlsliieil valusMe
suggeallous on the lutpiirlant value
ml character of such aduncts to the
uhilo seltool ciHime, On suggeatiott at
to how lo provide the llhrarlM, It was
shown how sums locallllea hav suc
ceeded In raising fund for procuring
the books. Among others, the pltui of
nldlng entertainments, the proceed
f which are appropriated to thi pu
pone, was referred to; the collecting of
bonks aud uisgaslnes for wb It'll 'the
owner linv no runner use, antrtne
solicitations for bequest trom pwrsons
bo Imv not tuenns enough lo endow
enmc Institution of learning, and yel
are anxious to use a part of their mesne
Mr th promotion of the tntelllgenoe of
th rlsluc generation. i ,
In the college department. Prof, J no.
mow, of the Hlate Agricultural col
lege, gave an address on "The Pise of
e Plate Agrlcultuml College In Our
Kducattonal Hyalein," The relittloti of
th several deparltuenl of scIuhiI Work
wss clearly outlined and the point llmt
this system the agnetilturnl college
has a tllsllnct plac was well msile.
ThpnH'r called forth a friendly die
cuaalou In whl"h a number of the col
lege men participated. Hupt.McF.lroy
aleo took part lu this dlscuwilon, : ,
In the same department pre. Camp
bell discussed "The Pine of the Nor
mal scIkm4 In Our Educational Sys
tem " He said that the normal school
nystein whs early made In enlightened
countries In Europe, an Integral part
of the puhllo school system. Trained
teachers were reongtilwd as a necessity
by each of the great educational re
formers. In the United Hiatee the nor
mal school Men was luiiedod In lis
growth hy the empirical work done by
many private normal schools, which
summed the name as a menus of gain
ing popularity. The bcMi schools based
their teaching upon a thorough propnr-
lory study of the elements of peyohol-
igy, and of li'inllna educational priuci-
les. Noriiuil schiKils today aim nt
Icvelopliig the orlgliuillly of the slii;
lent. They itlni toavohl dead median-
le.il work. He umo spoke of the hind-
nritnccs to uorniui sciimus in uregon,
nnd of the bH'cIuI Importance of hav
ing trained teachers for the public
schools, since 07 per eut of the pupils
enrolled In the public schools never
passed beyond the grammar depart
ment of the snino.
In the main department of the nasi).
elation, Prof. 0. W. Hliaw, ot the State
Agricultural college, read on Thursday,
very clear paper on the tonic: 'The
8tate,the Community nnd the School,"
The relation of these three was clearly
shown, and the responsibility of these
to each other o nintitutod the lending
thought of the paper. The special
mission of the school In Its function of
preparing oltiieus for the state, and de
sirable people for th community war
welt presented. The paper was well
received and will leav It Imprtsw
good wllb tli teachers of Oregon.
.Prof. 15, A. MIUHiflouk, prluvlpal of
th publia school of Indopeiideom,
mad good pspor on "The Claims of
melting to the Jlniik of a IMttluot
Profeaslon.'t He ihowed,' first, what
tuistttute a pronswloii, and then lllus-
'rated wherein, teaching Is entitled
iueh adlatluctlon, Ttse Improper use
f th words) prnfueaor and profeMslon
dearly iliualralvd. In )MNiklug ol
what oontlUita proAwalon In law
nivdioln imp theolngy, It toke of the
fact that the persons who enter then
profesaluns do so by pursuing and com
pletlng count of Instruction In
schools specially adapted to Impart In
tract lou In thee solvneea, and that
after completing Um eourae Uuy have
wotlhelgbttobrignUd a pro
fsaalonal people. In teaching, tlier
distinct aeteue of 'pedagogy, and
normal schools r ieclslly prepsrsl
to give Insl ruction In this science, ami
Ih lime must aooit com when those
who ar graduated from sucti luetllu
lions will be liutled ollilerrrt uow
lo freely misapplied. - Th pap matte
ttrong plew fur trained lesehers In all
departments of school work.
Miss Harsh Tuthitl, of th Htate Nor
mal sehool, Moiunouih, h-ad a very ex
cvlleut per ou "fopreasloii As a Fac
tor of Kdueatloii," Th thought In
Ibuti paper wernuslnly wpewwlon,
with referene io t h Imdy gnrally,
ind vocal etrpmailoni- Hlwr shnwetl In
a pleasing tnannvr, how expresnlon i
not purely ihyslcsl, but that the Intel
lectual and moral elements ar a tm
portent a I h physicaL The best form
of physio! exprveaioo I poaelhl only
when th nMvmita sr direvicd by a
trulntelll(reioi and when th Judge
ment la ruled by a refined moral sent I
ment Mo also In th vocal expression,
ti.eie 1 a physical phase, an Intellec
tual phase and an emotional or moral
phas. lu these, agnlu Uir I a nls-
tluet aud elo relation, and tit educa
tion of th beat wl Mprvaslon I not
posalbl, without large ahsr f lulel
tertusl andmnral developnienL Th
close relatlou of each of these phase
was clearly shown. The paper further
made a plea for a distinct place for
physical prasaIon In th curriculum
of every school.
On Wedoesday evening Ml Fanny
A. Ayres, of 1h Htat .Normal cliool,
sng a soio- wnicn wa very wen
riHivil. In the choice of her select-
lou, and lu tier singing, she showed ex
cellent taste aud a clear mastery of the
power toexacut dltHcult mush In a
thoroughly charming manner. Hhe
responded to a hearty encore. Mini
uuelt V, Bruce, of the Htat Aotmal
suIiisjI, acoimanied her on th piano.
A omiUwt feature of th meeting wss
list exhibit of arhotd work lu th art
room of t lie Portland high school build
ing, 1 In this exhibit there was a very
good display of composition work from
the department of Kngllsh, from the
Stale Agricultural college. Thl work,
don under th direction of Prof. J, 11,
Uorner, of that college, vhuwed remark-
bly the ualltle of neetueeay (on!
thought and clear etpresnlon.
The eenlo cltss-d on Thursday even
ing, it which time, the " Hon. I Mr.
Oeorge, of Portland, pre nted, at the
ctos of a very happy speech rclutive to
th giKid work done for education In
the stale, to HupL K, lL McKlioy, lu
half of the tetM'liers, awry beautiful
Inken of their rvgatd fur him. The
token was masonic jewel, beautifully
engraved. Mr. McElroy responded In
a very ueat pch,ln which he reviewed
th history of pubtlo school work lu the
state, showing the growth It ha had
aud the aim of thn department, reta
il v n further Improvement. He ex
pressed his recognition of th valuable
assistance the teachers have universally
giveti him In his work, and thanked
them for their eoulldence and appre
ciation. A year and a ltslf ago, workmen at
Homestead resented with blood and
lire s slight reduction of the "highest
wages ever paid In the history of Amer
ican Indrusty. Alter a desperate con
flict nnd an encampment of the mllltln
upon the ground for weeks the strike
fulled and the reductions were made.
Halurday, workmen in the same mills
signed tfttietly a uew seal making a
further i reduction In wages, ranging
from 10 to M per cent. There has
been a "change" sine the groat Home
stead strike, and workmeu everywhere
lire paying for It Orrgonhm. - '
! "Whatdo you think of an artist who
painted cobwebs on his celling so truth
fully that the aervant-glrl wore herself
Into an attack of nervous prostrntlon
trying to sweep them down?"
. ' There may havebeou such u artist,
but never such a servant-girl." Hpare
"Insured, sir?" asked the agent, as he
ooat-buttoued Troiuley on the street.
. "No sir,'' said Tromley,. "We move
so often there Isn't a Are that could
"Then," remarked th agent, briskly
"we will Insure you against friction'
New York Press. "
' Krnuso's1 Headache Capuls--Wnr-rnnted.
For sale by Bholley, Alex
ander AC. ,
Use Mexican Stiver Stove Polish, at
Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U. S. Gov't Report
HlLIlSHO, Dec. 2H, 1K3.
Word come that grading on the
Portluud-llillaboro elwtrlc motor line
will be commenced next week, If the
weather Is at Alt favorable, The emu-
iany already have the Hue completed
i dlelntiee of three miles, to the top of
the hills back of Porttiuid. It Is plan
tied toextund the roed to Cedar mills,
a distance of two miles, by Aprltt aud
hen push on to Hlllelmro as rapidly as
The majority of the slate board of
equalhutHou peut Chrlatmna here.
The members desired to make a per,
sonal hisNcllou, U better enable them
to Judge why it Is Jiwtloe tosiwas lands
in Waehlngton county on su average
f tlO.M) per acre while in Multnomah
adjoining, IhikIh are valued ou the roll
at toO.Ou. The board wns lu the best
humor sud wittily remarked that whit
they found many pcrsous that want
the aswwmieut lowered, not one : had
applied for a rise.
Hie odd fellows publicly Install offi
cer next Wednesday. Invitation to
the crreiiioiiles, however, are confined
lo member of the order and their fam-
The small-boy wss out yeslcrday
muting for Ice, He found the jsiud,
but not the glneey covering. There Is
bright suuahln but the teeth of winter
have not yet been hsrpcned.
The project of Ktartlug lilllk-eklm-
tiling station Is agitating here. It Is
too far, with prvMint facilities of trans-1
portstlon, to send milk to market, but '
the deuisud for cream bus not yet been
upplled, and the bulk is so much re
duced that the enterprise can be made
The ojiera house wss JiimmiHl full
last night at the second apiearanc of
I B. Kelly and his amnion. The
ley wss "Only a Count ly Olrl."
People are fools to suffer when a rem
edy can be found to cure them, Oregon
Kidney Tea Is uo experiment, and not a
fake to get your money. Why will you
hesitate, when we amure you that It Is
shaolute cure for all kidney aud urinary
Mexican silver stove po!!eh c ues no
duet. For sale by J, F. O'Dotinell.
The Itoynl Baking Powder has the
euvlnble record of having received the
highest award mr articles of its claas
Kresl eel streguth pureet Ingredients,
niisit perfectly combined wherever ex-
Iblted In competition with others.
h result at the Chicago World's Fulr
no exception. In the exhibition of
former years, at the Centennial, at
'arts, Vienna aud the various Htnte
nd tnduatrlal fairs, where It has lax-ti
exhibited, Judge have invariably a-
wsnled the Ibiyal Unking Powder the
At the recent World's Fair the exam
inations for (he boklng powder awards
were directed by the chief chemists of
tho agricultural departmental Wash
ington. The chief chemist's oltlciul re
port of the tenia of the baking powders,
hlcli wss made for (he eltlc pur
pose or asccrtululug wiilcn wa tl.e
best, shows the leavening strength of
the lloyal to bo 1(10 cubiu Inches of
carbonic gns er ounce of iowdcr. Of
the crenm of tartar baking powders ex
hibited, tho next highest in strength
tested contained but 1US outdo Inches of
leavening gns, The other powder gave
au average of 111. The Itoynl, there
fore, was found of 21) vt cent, greater
leavening strength thau Its nearest
competitor, and 44 per cent, above all
the other tests. It superiority In other
respects, however, In the quality of
food it makes as to fluencse, delicacy
aud wholesouitices, could not be meas
ured by figure.
It Is these high qualities, known and
iipprecluled by the women of the coun-
ry for so many years, that have cnuned
he sales of the Itoynl baking powder,
shown by the statistics, to exceed
the sale of nil other baking powder
AWARDED HIGHEST HONORS WORLD'S FAIR.
Theonly Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; No Alum
Used in Millions of ' aies 40 Years the Stauciairt,
J . lTTt J!
Mow Mew Hramwtek Will He Helped.
8t. Jiion'm, N. li., Iho. 20.-,Wlth
return to the former rate of duty, a
propoml by the Wilson bill, every
limekiln near thl city, 85 of which
iutve lieeu closed since the' McKlnley
law went Into irpcratlon, will be In act
ive duly again.; Tit trade which went
to Itocklaud, Me., will return here, and
In a short time the production of lime
will 1 giving employment lo hundred
of men, and It export will reach mure
than l,00ft,000 In value annually.
What Is faith? A tescher In a pri
vate school thought her children had
great faith In her. Hhe took them to a
publle park for an out log, out! -after A
good deal of atuuacuienl, sh took her
class In front of a pond where there
were many row boals. Two men came
to (he shore In a boat, laid tbelr oar
down and left the boat. Th teacher
eald to the children, "If I were to tell
you there wa a leg of muttou la (hat
bust, would you believe ll?" "Ye, yes,
teacher," cried the children. Then the
teacher ssld to her self, "That Is faith."
The claes went ou with their amuse
ment, and finally went to their homes.
During an examination by the head
teachers, they were seked, "what la
faith?" They answered lu chorus: "A
leg of muttou lu a boaL"
Did you ever notice that when
man drop a piec of meat on
(be floor may be, he will either give
it a kick or pick It up and lay It to one
side. He will never eat It. But let
him drop his ping of tobacco on the
street, and no difference how dirty the
street may be, he will pick It up give It
a csrelces wipe on bl coat sleeve, or on
the bosom of hi pants, and then take
a big chew from It with a keener relish
than ever. That's th kind of a vit
rified brick a man is.
Mc Keener u & Hsndercoek have the
largest stock of groceries In the city.
Cull on them when down town.
fur any trace of Antlpyrlne, Morphine,
Chloral, or any other Injurious com
Hiund In Krauec' Headache Capsules.
23 cts. For sale by Hbelley, Alexan
der A Co.
The lloyal made no exhibit and was
not entered for exhibition or competi
tion In the World' Columbian Expo
sition, hence noexamluallou or report
wo nmde of this brand In any way
Both medal and diploma tor superior
ity In baking powder were awarded to
Dr. Price's cream baking powder, and
this article, which the Boyal baking
powder company has the effrontery to
k the prcea to publish, Is trantio at
tempt ou the part of that company to
steal credit for something to which It I
not entitled. The truth or falsity of the
above statemetit may easily be substan
tiated by you as the records are public.
As to the award on baking powder, the
olllclul notice appeared In the Chicago
papers on Tuesday, November T, 1898.
Wo pride ourselves on the fact that
we have never asked the press to pub
lish auy statement that we could not
Ou the contrary, our wlleful compet
itor works ou the principle that a lie la
Just as good as the truth, If persisted in ,
The fair minded press will not, we
ire sure, publish a falsehood know
ingly, for the bcnellt of the lloyal bak
ing powder company or anyone else,
Pkicb Baking Powdeb Co.