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Five dollars for the best gentle
Of all Description
Sash, Doors & Windows 8
Made to order. Building
paper, lime, cement, brick
and sand, wood gutters for
barns and dwellings a spec-ialty,
Alta St, Opp. Court House
"Will meet the lowest prices
quoted by anyone on meats.
You always GET GOOD
MEAT when Mlescke 11IU
3i6 COURT ST.
Don't mhs the place.
EDUCATORS OF EIGHT
8TATE8 IN CONVENTION
Thousands of the Profession Have
Met for 8elMmprovement, from
Montana to Texas and Illinois
Will Discuss Topics of Great Inter.
e to All Interested In Education.
That pay their losses
promptly. Our companies
stand at the head of the list.
Hartford .Kite Insurance Co.i2,259,07r
Alliance Assurance Co 20,038,86a
London & Lancashire Fire
Insurance Co...... 2,644,683
Korth British & Mercantile
Itoyal Insnraaea Co 22,807,163
FRANK B. GLOPTON
i 12 EAST COURT ST.
All persons knowing
themselves to be in
debted, to me will
call an- oe.ttlo their
their a counts as I
Tiecd'thrmoney; " "
Anaconda, Mont., Doc. 29. Th
teachers of Montana certainly have
reason to fool proud of this yt-urs
meeting of their stnto association
Arriving trains today brought scores
of delegates to the convention, which
is to bo formally opened this even
lng with a meeting In tho Prcsbytor
ia'u church. J. II. Durston and J. W,
Dale, of tho Anaconda public schools
nro to welcomo tho visitors for whom
responses will bo mado by Suporin
tendent It. J. Condon, of Helena
and E. T. Eaton of Powell county.
Other attractive features of the
opening session will bo a loeture on
"Good Citizenship" by Prosldout Ste
phcu D. Penrose of Whitman college
and tho annual address! of tho presl
dent of tho stato association, John
M. Kay of Kcd Lodge. In addition
to this program arranged for tomor
row's general session, there will be
sectional conferences for tho discus
slon of matters of particular interest
to tho superintendents, high school
teachers and those engaged in other
branches of educational work. Tho
meeting will continuo through Thurs
Mlchlqan Teachers at Ann Arbor,
Ann Arbor, .Mich., Dec. 2d. Fully
W)0 teachers arc hero for tho fifty
first annual meeting of tho Michigan
Htato Teachers association. Tho gen
eral sessions begin In University hall
this evening w.,n President H, It,
Pattlngill of Lansing presiding.
iVmong tho eminent educators to be
hoard during the three days tho con
vention will be in session aro Presl
dent George E. MacI.ean of tho Uni
versity of Iowa, Prof. S. D. Fees of
tho University of Chicago, President
Sperry of Olivet college, President
Brusko of Alma college. President
Mauck of Hillsdale college and Pros
Ident Slocum of Kalamazoo college.
An interesting display of drawings
nntl manual training work is being
held In connection with tho gather
Educational Topics Discussed.
aiarim, tox Dec. 29. Thero was
an increased attendance today at the
second nays sessions of tho annual
meeting of tho Texas State Teachers
Some of tho chief speakers of tho
day and their topics were as follows:
"Tho Development of Executive Pow
er in Man," Hon, It. 13. Cousins; "The
scnooi uoys Ambition, Suporlnton
dent F. M. Martin of Loveindy; "To
What Extent Aro Our Public Schools
Meeting tho Demands of tho Hour?"
Superintendent J. II. Hubbard of Hel
ton; "Tho Problem of tho Rural
Schools," W. C. Barcus of McLennnn
county; "How Can Educators Arouse
an Interest In Public Education?"
Superintendent IJ. C. Odom of Orn-'
Oklahoma Teachers in Session.
Guthrie, Okla., Dec. 29. Teachers
of Oklahoma stormed Guthrie today
and will remain in possession of tho
city until Thursday. Tho occasion is
the sixth annual meeting of tho terri
torial association, which was opened
with an Interesting session this foro-
Papers wore presented at the after
noon session by E, B. Dobbins of
Clovclnnd, G. O. Tylor of Kingfisher,
A. 13. Whitby of Langston, Miss Fay
Welch of El Hcno and others. Tho
chief feature of tho program arrang
eu for this evening Is the annual ad-
dross of tho president, I. E. Pago, of
Teachers at Springfield.
Springfield, III.. Dec. 29. The cap
ital is rapidly llllmg with teachers
who como to attend tho fiftieth an
nual convention of tho Illinois Stato
Teachers' association, and tho indica
tions aro that by night thero will bo
not loss than l,r,00 visitors In Ckr
Tho names of many leading edu
cators are found on tho program,
which Is ono of tho best ovor ar
ranged for a meeting of tho associa
tion. Tho association proper will
hold morning and evening sessions,
while tho afternoons will bo occupied
by sectional conferences.
Tho sessions will open in tho hall
of representatives thin evening "with
tho annual address of tho president,
W. L. Steele of walosburg. This
will bo followed by an address by
Stato Superintendent Hayllss on tho
subject, "The Schools of Illinois as
Thoy Aro Today." Superintendent
E. C. Cooloy of Chicago will also do
liver an address.
Gathering of Indiana Educators.
Indianapolis, lnd Dec. 29. Educa
tors of Indiana aro nssomblcd horo
for tho sovornl annual meetings which
nro hold during holiday week, and
which nro composed of nil classes
engaged in tho school work, from tho
president of tho unlvorslty to the
humblest teacher in tho district
school. It Is tho fiftieth unnunl
mooting or golden Jublleo convention
of tho stnto association.
Thero wore fewer thnn 100 pre
out In 1854, whon tho tencherH of tho
stnto first enmo toge'thor, hut thu
scope of tho work has gradually
broadened until tho last week In Dt
comber of each year brings to tho
city from 1,500 to 2,000 men nnd wi
men, who nre making tho education
of tho boys and girls of the stat
A number of now features hav
been ndded to the gathering this ye
prominent among which is an cxlii
httlon of grade work In manual trnin
lng. "A Permanent Teaching Profe
slon" is ono of the principal subjects
to bo discussed and many leading
educators of Indiana and neighboring
states will give their vlows.
Doings In Missouri.
St. Joseph, Mo., Doc. 29. One
thousand delegates were present nt
tho opening of Lie annual meeting of
of the .Missouri Stnto Teachers' asso
ciation horo today. The attendance
surpasses tho high water mark of
enrollment of previous years.
The sessions nre to continue
through Thursday, and, Judging from
the oxi.-olleiir-o of tho program nnd
the prominence of tho participants
the convention will he tho most not
able as well as the largest over held
by tho association. St. Joseph has
provided amplo accommodations nnd
liberal entertainment for the numer
Arkansas Teachers Meet.
Little Itock, Ark., Dec. 29. Tho
thirty-sixth annual meeting of tin
Arknnsas Teachers' association
which begnn In Little Hock today.
Is one of the best attended meetings
in the history of the association
.Meetings of tho high school nnd col
logo section and n number of Bldi
conterences made up today s pro
Tho formnl opening takes place thl
evening when t.io delegates assembl
to listen to nddresses of welcome nnd
tho nnnual address of tho president
Tho regular program of pniwrs anil
discussion on topics of Interest t
the teachers will bo taken up tomor
row nnd continued through Thurs
Historians and Students of Sociology
at New Orleans.
Now Orleans. m Dec. 29. Me
whoso dignified bearing nnd furrow
ed brows betoken intellects nbovo th
average aro much In evidence In tho
Crescent City JuhI now. Thoy nro
members of tho American Historical
society and tho American Economic
society, whoso nnnual meetings will
bo In session during tho next thrc
or four days. Included among th
visitors nro many of the most famous
writers, educators and scientists of
tho United States and Canada.
Appropriately enough, tho sessions
of tho historical society began this
morning in the historic Cablldo,
whero tho members assembled and
discussed tho Louisiana Purchase In
tho very room where the trnnsfc
took plaon a hundred years ngo. Sim
ultaneously tho members of l'
American Economic society met In
Nowcomh hall nnd began their unnu
A discussion of Southern agricul
tural problems occupied tho econo
mists nt their opening session. Tho
Louisiana Historical society enter
tained the members of both societies
nt a Creole luncheon this afternoon
This evening tho visitors will assem
ble In joint session to listen to an
address of welcome by President Kd
win A, Alderman of Tulnno unlvor
slty and to the annual addresses of
President E. It. A. Sollgman of tho
American Economic society and
President Henry C. Lea of the his
torlcal association. Tomorrow's ses
slons will bo held nt Tulane univer
CORBETT AND HANLON.
A LINGERING COUGH
The cough that holds on
in spite of all remedies needs
energetic and above all thor
ough treatment. A mere
cough mixture won't do.
Root out the cold that causes
How? Scott's Emulsion.
Why Scott's Emulsion ?
Because it stops the irrita
tion, soothes the tissues and
heals the affected membranes.
When? Right away.
Scott's Emulsion begins to
helD with the first dose.
J WH nod too tpU (tm upon rtqout.
SCOTT & BOWNB, P Slit, Ntw Yolk.
Featherweight Pugilists Will
the Ring Tonight.
San Francisco, Cnl., Dec. 29. Ev
erythlng is In readiness for tho fight
tonight between "Young Corbott"
and Eddio Hnnlon, on tho result of
which tho featherweight champion
ship title hinges. Around tho cafes
and sporting resorts today tho con
tost is tho sole lople of convolu
tion. Corbett is still tho fnvorito, hut
bis friends realize that Hanlon Is a
dangerous man nnd refuse to glvo tho
Littlo was dono at tho training
quarters of tho two fighters today.
Both woro content to quit with Just
enough work to keen their muscles
alive. Hnnlon appears confident of
nis ability to win tho decision. Ho
Intends going after tho champion and
putting him out as quickly as possi
ble. Ton rounds, ho thinks, will bo
onougn to do tho trick. Thero Is tho
samo feollng of confidence In tho Cor
bott camp. Whllo tho champion nnd
his trainers all know that Hanlon Is
ono of tho cleverest men at his
weight In tho world, thoy feci euro
that uorbelt will be nhlo to defeat
him as ho did ence-boforu nnd make
tho victory oven cleaner cut than on
Intense Interest Is manifested In
tho bout and the Hnyos Vnlloy Athv
lotlc club, under whoso auspices tho
mill Is to take placo, expects H
record-breaking crowd to bo on hand.
Walcott to Meet Temple,
Boston, Doc. 29, After many weoks
of negotiation Joo Wnlcott, tho wol-torwolght-
champion, and Larry Tom
plo of New York aro to como togoth
or In a 15-round bout before tho Cri
terion Athletic club tonight. Tho
two aro considered the boat colored
fighters a( their weight In the conn-
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Lace Curtains of all grades reduced
20 per cent
jap Silk, all colors 23cyard
Ladies' Ice Wool Hend Shawls, reduced
20 per cent
Men's and Boys' Suits and Overcoats, re
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Men's Fleeced-lined Underwear, heavy
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Comforts and Woolen Blankets, re-
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Calico, to yards for .,, t fl
Oming Flannel, 7 cent vl
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Lndies' Slippers of
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try and as a consequence a bout of
more man ordinary interest ih iuuiiui
lorward to by the sporting fraternity.
THE DOG AROUND TOWN.
Have you leusted today, old reiiow.'
Had a sniff of some meat or n
Were you gon'rously fed upon gravy
By some one who culled you their
Your rim, sir! how plainly they're
Your legs seem uncertnln nnd
Have you searched every street for
n morsel to eat?
Are you Just n town dog, sir? Come
Were you housed from thu snow
storm last nigiit, sir?
Did you sleep within Borne warm
Did yon hear the wind roar ast the
closed stable door,
Whllo dreams of green llelds filled
Or did you' crnwl Into some alley
To curl up nnd shiver, nnd know
The voice of slow denth m the wind's
'Neath your boft, creeping blanket
Hns anyone patted your head, sir?
or noted your great, Hunken eye?
Havo your unkempt ears heard a
From some human friend passing
Or havo folks just kicked you asfde,
Why, yoii'ro trembling now, where
nuve thoy struck you po much that
you qunko at my touch
And cower nt the sight of my bnnd?
It's the way of the world, poor old
Just n struggle for bread, or a bone.
And some of us know how you feel
when you go
To your bed In tho alley, nlono.
Wero you sleek nnd well cared for
Friends would feel yon and love
you on sight.
But It's different, sir. with n noor.
Just a dog nround town! There,
-Colorado Springs Gazette.
.1. A. Herron, Prop.
Best 25 com Meal lnii.it,
Elbgant Furnished RJ
(ii Main Strctt
Apples In Cold Storage.
Oregon Is a great "annle" ntnln hut
thero nro others. On Docembor 1,
1303, thoro wore seven stntos in each
of which more thnn 100,000 barrels
of apples woro in cold storage. Now
iorj uonueu nio IIbI with 907,000
barrols; Illinois was second with
01,000 barrels: Missouri. B27.000
barrels; Pennsylvania, 220,000; Ohio,
rols; Pennsylvania had 220.000: ohln
135,800; Massachusetts 118,000, and
Indiana 107,500. BosldeH the finning
In cold fltorngo In onch of tho other
Binies, many hundred thousand bar-
rum ui uiu iruu were n common
GOOD DKY W001
I have K'd sound noodj
which is delivered it!
Kven though tduiilnrly troubled
must hnve (llll'-reiit kIum-t-s.
S)entu(!l"H flitted to any Indi
vidual will only su't lihn or her,
therefore u thorough test is ueees
f.ury In every ciu-e. My optical
parlor h equipped with every In
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Prices tut low its llrst class work
w ill permit.
Jeweler and Optician
lJost Office Block
tan be provided with an annual
Income for life, in event of your
death, at less cost than you can
make the same provision for your
The low rate makes very attrac
tive this form of contract, devised
nd introduced by The Mutual
Life Insurance Company of New
In writing for terms, state the
amount of annual income you would
like to provide for your wife, the
amount of cash you would like
returned and give the ages of both.
he Mutual Life Insurance
Company of New York,
XICSUBD A. McCviot, ritaldtat.
Alma D. Katz, manager, Boise, Idaho
Frank U nammond, District Manoor!
to prorent Inoumonln nnd Coimtlnn.
Hon Is to cure your cold when It first
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will stop tho cough In a night, nnd
drlro the cold out of your systom.
Always a quick nnd suro euro for
Asthmn, Bronchitis, and all throat
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Well ventilated, neat and
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where best goods are
Main Street, center of
block, between Alta and
F. X. Schempp
Walter's Flouring Mills
Capacity. tRo barrels a day.
Slour oxcluntcd for wheat,
Flour, Mill Feed, Chopped
etc,, alncTS on hand.
Schcot. e of Fares
On and al - r Apul i, fare over
the Pendlotc Ukiah Stage Line
dln l'ir, ,"V.iiln'M'",n 'lp.Wl rsn
lo uidiS A' " r"""1 ''J. M f-enOlaton
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: W. C. MINNIS
I Leave orders at Neumu'il
I Cigar Store,
J BEST MEATS
The proprietor o( Ibis '
market is a stock raiser en
Butter Creek and willbWJ
to furnish the best mtatmj
the market in any quntitjf ,
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