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INDEPENDENCE, OREGON, FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 1910.
CITY 18 TURNED OVER TO PRET
TY SCHOOL MARM8.
EXPECTED THEY WILL BE AT
BOTTOM Or MANY PRANKS
AND JOKES IN REMEMBRANCE
OP ALL TOOL'S DAY.
Teachers are arriving on every
train from all direct ons this morning
to bo In attendance at the local lnstl.
tute which la to be held In thla city
today and tomorrow. 8ome are com
ing by boat and other are arriving
In buggies. It la estimated that there
will be a acore and ten or more
teachers here to attend the Institute.
Special arrangements are being made
around town to provide accommoda
tions for the visitors.
8ts., Independence, Ore., aays; "From
my experience with Doan'i Kidney
I'llls I ran recommend them as an
excellent remedy for kidney trouble.
I suffered from a complication of dis
eases fur a long time and although
I tried many preparations, I waa not
holped. I finally heard about Doan's
Kidney I'llls and I began using
tluin. In a short time I felt better
and the Improvement continued until
I was In good health."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cent. Kostfr-MUburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, solo agents for the Unit,
nmmntir the name Doan's and
take no other.
The regular services will be held
at the Baptist church next Sunday:
8unday school at 10 a. m.; preaching
aervlce at 11; directly following, the
communion service will be field. In
the evening the B. Y. P. U. will meet
at 6:30,and preaching service will fol
low at 7:30. Rov. W. 8. Stewart Is
the pastor. There will be apodal mu-
alc at both morning and evening ser-
8uperlntendent of Public Instruction vices and a cordial welcome will be
J. H. Ackerman la expected to arrive given to all who come, on saiuraay
here via Salem. Falls City ft West-'s.t 2.30 the quarterly business and
ern to the crossing and via Southern
Pacific to reach here at 10:40. L. R.
Alderman will arrive on the after
noon train from Eugene and will be
In attendance at the Institute thla af
ternoon. Superintendent H. C. Sey-
covenant meeting will be held.
Sunday school will begin
o'clock, Enworth League at 7
Preaching at 11 a. m., subject, "The
mour la already here thla morning NewneM of Llfe, an'd tt .8 'p. m..
from Dallas to attend the entire sea
Ion of the Institute.
aubject. "Four P'a in a Pod". Pray.
er meeting on Tuesday night for the
The forenoon of the convention Is llhII -,, on Frldar
given up to organization ana .yyumi
ment of the usual committees when
adjournment will be taken until 1:30
for the young people.
, Presbyterian Church
At Calvary Presbyterian church
noon has not been Issued but for the next Sunday morning, the regular
evening a delightful musical and lit- quarterly communion service will be
m , h-m, nrenared held, when the eacrament of the
which la to be rendered In the opera
house, as follows: '
Fmno Duet "Grande Polka De Con
cert", Homer N. Bartlett; by Miss
es Leona Sperling and Marie Jones.
Vocal Solo "Remembrance", Maurice
Telma; by Miss Inex DenlBon.
Address By J. H. Ackerman, Super
intended of Public Instruction.
Violin Solo "A Twilight Idyl", P. A.
Schnecker; by Charles E. Hicks.
Vocal Solo "When the Heart Is
Young", Danza; Mrs. 0. W. Conkey
Address By L. R. Alderman, Uni
versity of Oregon.
Put In Jail
vVery accurately describes anyone's
feelings who is confined to the house
with an attack of rheumatism, luni
bago.Btiff joints or muscles. Ballard's
Snow Liniment will cure the trouble,
relieve the pain and make you as sup
pie aa a two-year-old. Sold by Wll
Hams Drug Co.
Lord's Supper will be administered,
also baptism, and new members re
ceived Into the church. I' 1 even
ing, Dr. DunBmore will 1 liver the
twenty-Becond of the series of charac
ter sketches, on the subject,
The Perfect Man''. These aermon
lectures have awakened considerable
Interest, as manifested In the large
and increasing congregations that
have attended from Sunday to Sunday.
ETHICS OF THE
ABLE ADDRESS OF PROFE88OR
J. G. MclNTOSH
TO BE DELIVERED AT THE LO
CAL 8E88ION OF TEACHERS' IN
STITUTE TODAY AND TOMOR
ROW IN 8CHOOL BUILDING.
Iu treating of this subject 1 shall
not presume to give definite instruc
tions as 'to the manner In which a
teacher should conduct herself. It
will be my aim to suggest a few of
the rules and principles which should
operate In the discharge of their du
ties In relation to both those In
authority over them and those subor
dinate to them. I may have some
thlng to Bay to all teachers in general
but I shall confine my remarks more
particularly to the teachers of the
graded schools; the under instructors
It should be the duty of every con
scientious teacher to co-operate sym
pathetically and intelligently with her
principal. In this we have the first
principle of a strong and mighty na
tion; "In unity there is strength". A
teacher who cannot work harmonious
ly with her associates at once shows
her disqualification for the profession
and she should abandon the calling1
for one to which she is more suited, j
The principal should not be regarded
as a Usk-maBter Jty the teacher , nor
should he be regarded as ruling with
authority. The principal will labor to
unify the efforts of teachers.He alone
Is responsible to the school board for
the actions and conduct of associate
teachers. He will seek out those who
are working for the best Interests of
his scho'' ) will decide upon plans
for con, ' 'I action Intended to bring
best result.-. '-'ti d greatest value to the
district., Tim JuHo of a teacher do
not , end " with the discharge of her
school work. She forms a part for
the general education and life of the
community as well as the more spe
cial work of her individual school de
partment. This brings me to the second
phase of my subject, viz.; a teacher's,
duty to her pupils and patrons. Upon I
the school work of their children It
Is but right and proper that the
teacher should furnish a truthful re
port, be It good, bad or Indifferent.
Too often failures follow such clrcuui-,
stances through f?ar of Injury to the;
feelings of parents as well as of pu-1
plla. Under positive circumstances
tell the truth; In doubt give the
pupil the benefit. Avoid flattery In
any form as poor policy. In taxes of
failure on the part of a pupil a bet
ter Impression will lie made by telling
the truth To poliBh up the cane In
such a manner as to mislead the par
ent not only Injures the child but will
result In condemnation of the teacher
In her practice of duplicity. Aim at
a fair representation of school work
In displaying a pupil before principal
or visitor, that' the pupil may not ac
quire the habit of deception. '
Practice courtesy to pupils and pa
trons alike. Polttepess is one of the
prime factors of success in any call
ing. Request rather than command
In extreme cases It Is the part of wis
dom to employ courtesy. Inasmuch
as teachers also are fallible they
should be slow to resent honest crlt-i
lclsm. A teacher should avoid engag
ing in factional controversy that her'
action should be governed free of!
prejudice and In accordance with 1
right and Justice. Order Is a means)
to an end and that end the founds-i
tion of character, the training of self-
restraint and the investing of disci
pline. To that end the attitude of
the teacher toward the more trouble
some pupils should be tempered with i
kindness and consideration that In
him may be developed the self-re-,
Bpect essential to his reclamation. In I
consideration of such, pupils may rea-!
sonably expect regard for personal
rights, deferential politeness, culture .
and punctuality. j
The end of education is character.
The . teacher's-. Ufa should be an . in- j
splratlon to the pupils of better ac-j
compllshments. No teacher can se-j
CENTRAL OREGON TO GET HER
PROJECTED LINES WILL COI
NECT ONTARIO AND COOS BAY,
CONNECTING WITH OREGON
ELECTRIC AND GRAND TRUNK.
That James J. Hill will build an
east and west line of railway across
central Oregon, from Ontario to
Coos Bay, was stated on good au
thority during the past week. The
projected line will connect with the
Grand Trunk, the Hill road now be
ing built op the Deschutes, and with
the Oregon Electric In the Willam
ette valley, believed to be another
This will mean a gridiron of new
railroads for Oregon during the com
ing few years that will bring about a.
development in this state never be
fore approached. All central Oregon
needs is railroads; It has everything:
else but people and the railroads will
(Continued on page eight)
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that you are beginning to see things
through blue spectacles, treat your
livc-r to a good cleaning out process
with Eallard's Herbine. A sure cure
f jr constipation, dyspepsia, indiges
tion, sick headache, biliousness, all
l!ver, stomach and bowel troubles.
Sold by Williams Drug Co.
Mrs. Shenefleld, Miss Bertha Bo
hannon and Mrs. Tom Fltchard enter
tained the Konjockety club , at the
home of Mrs. Shenefleld Thursday
evening, March 24. The evening waa
very pleasantly spent playing Five
Hundred, after which dainty refresh
ments were served. Prizes were
awarded to Mrs. Dave Collins and Guy
Walker as the two having the highest
score. Those present were Mr. and
Mrs. Shenefleld, Mr. and Mrs. Tom
Fltchard, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Collins,
Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Dornslfe. Mr. and
Mrs. Guy Walker, Mrs. C. '
Misses Florence Burto
Bertha Bohannon, Cordia
Messrs. Neville Eldrldge, V
ganne, Roy De Armour", TMt"'u
lace and Clarence Henkie.
The Demon of tha Air
is the germ of lagrlppe, that, breathe
In, brings suffering to thousands. Its her attitude toward pupils and patrons
after effects are Weakness, nervous- j depends her success to a pre-eminent
ness, lack of appetite, energy and am- degree. In the Inevitable controvers
bitlon, with disordered liver and kid- les which arise, a teacher is called
neys. The greatest need then is Elec upon to exercise forbearance, kind
trie Bitters, the splendid tonic, blood ness and tactfulnesa. It is a matter
purifier and regulator of stomach, In which not only her Interest lies
liver and kidneys. Thousands have but is a moral, obligation. Only in her
proved that they wonderfully strength j most earnest desire to reconcile con
en the nerves, build up the system dieting Interests ' for all concerned
and restore health and good spirits I will she be enabled to meet all the
after an attack of grip. If suffering, : problems growing out of her relations
try them. Only 50c. Perfect satlsfac-! to the community life about her. To
Hon guaranteed by all druggists. parents seeking information regarding'
INDEPENDENCE VOTES BONO
ISSUE OF TWENTY THOUSAND
MUST BELIEVE IT
When Weil-Known Independence Peo
ple Tell It So Plainly.
When public endorsement is made
by a representative citizen of Inde
pendence the proof is positive. You
must believe it. Read this testimony.
Every backache sufferer, every man,
woman on child with any kidney
trouble will find profit in the read
Mrs. J. R. Collins, Sixth and D
Monday was election day In this
city. It was a regular old Missouri
election time.. The people took off
thofr coats to it and made real work
was the occasion of the sub
to the voters the proposition
, Uie city for f 20,000 he
. wer the town It wr - v.:
most enthusiastic e '.n
is tory o. .U-pendence
and in- i.-.md issue carried with a
higher per cent of favor than anyone
has guessed that it would. Even the
estimate of the Enterprise of last
week, that it would carry by eighty
per cent, was lowered. There were
but twenty votes cast at the election
unfavorable to the project . and those
twenty, it is rumored on. the streets,
were cast by an element of the city
who just wanted to be obstinate.
That an era of progress and pros
perity is dawning for the city of In
dependence is the belief of everyone
and that the city will immediately
pull on her seven-league boots to
take tip the forward movement with
other towns of the valley is the confi
dent belief of the progressive element
who did so much for the success of
It was apparent at the mass 'meet
ing which was held in - ity last
Saturday night that unusual Interest
was being manifested. The crowded
house that honored the occasion and
everyone who had attempted to fore
cast the result of the coining election
oegan to take up the slack of doubts
and let out on their enthusiasm. Then
when the crowded house on (that
night remained until the very last
ceremony of the evening it was more
convincing than ever that some
thing unusual was going to be doing
In the "old town" on election day.
The measure carried by about eighty
seven per cent.
DON'T BLAME THE
FOR NOT BEING ABLE TO MATCH OUR PRICES.
IT IS NOT THE FAULT OF THE MERCHANT, BUT
THE FAULT OF THE SYSTEM.
Don't You Want Reliable
Shoes for Your Family?
WE CARRY A LARGER LINE AND SELL MORE
SHOES THAN MOST SHOE STORES, BECAUSE
EVERY PAIR ' WE SELL IS BUILT TO GIVE SATIS
IN THE BEST POSSIBLE MANNER FROM SELECT
ED STYLISH FABRICS. BUILT TO HOLD ITS
SHAPE. OUR NEW SPRING PATTERNS ARE NOW
DRESS GOODS, NOVELTY SILKS, SUMMER WASH
GOODS, HOSIERY, UNDERWEAR.
EVERYTHING FO R THE WHOLE FAMILY AT PRIC
ES THAT CREDIT STORES CAN'T MATCH.
E. T. BARNES, PROPRIETOR