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About Independence enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 189?-190? | View Entire Issue (March 7, 1895)
Mnnntit'U liy Hi l'ulk dimity TYm-lier'n An-
VIll..il, Hll.l .K-voK-d lu tlie ailVHUlt'llU'lll
(ho 1'ubllr Mrliuola.
KDITKO II Y MtOK. T. A. 1IAYKS,
AiiinV, bn ddrwuiud lu the minor ul lhl tin-tmll.-.tolit.
The program for the nett meet
ing will be published noit week.
folk coinYt teachers' assoeiatbn
nut io lui.ii?, March -, and was
talVtl to order at 10:"iO by Pres.
'i lid opeidng exorcises wero con
ducted b Prof. Keynorda and
theft, Pros. Campbell being absent,
Miss KutN McDevict gave her
"Model HeGiUtiou aiAi Ueading."
This was well conducted and
shotted the skill of the t'aeher.
After discussion by Supt. llutchiir
. stfrf and others Miss AoVna Coch
ricf read at good paper on "An
Object Letfsou lor Third tirade."
Tltfs was discussed by various per
Bo'fte, and general conclusion was
that we need more object teaching
not for memorizing facts but for
the bower to red nature. 1 rof.
Parser was not present so Prof.
Reynolds took the Mtbject of
"Oheci Lesson for Eighth Grade."
After Some farther discussion the
association adjourned to dinner
After dinner trie association sang
two eougs and then Leolin L.
SwaHfi read his pjfper on "Uenefitj
bf Association and How to iiu
prove Them." Lively interest was
manifested in the discussion una
the general opiuioii seemed to be
that the association was beniiicial
to each individual but that tltere
was room for great improvement,
D: it. iloag seemed tJ be scared
IJy his class recitation ill "Decimal
Fraction" from the IVtet that he
"What is Knowledge and How
Attained" was critically discussed
by l'fbf Sanders. There was much
discussion on this subject and
many good thoughts presented.
A vocal doet, "Street Visions of
Childhood,'" by Mias Jennie Snyder
and Prof. Sanders was a number
well enjoyed by all the teachers.
Keeiution, "A ie.ik iu the
Dyke," by Blanche t'glow was
Quartette, "Merrily on We
Bound," by Misses Snyder aud
Kirkpatrick and Messrs: banders
JSnyuer was vreil received.
The association accepted an in
vitation to nffcet at Monniouth on
the first Saturday in April The
meeting will b.s held in Uic Normal
leacheri present were:
A. M. Sanders, JJallas
W . i. Reynolds,
V. F. Coruatt, "
! K. Carpenter, "
T. O Hutchison "
Marv Parser, "
Marv ColliiiH, ";.
Mu'elle Collins, "
Lara l'arker, "
Myrtle William,- ".
KutU jvlcDevitt, '.
Mabel Cobb, "
1-yJia Campbell; '
Hattv Adams, "
J VV. Butler,
Alice Boydston, "
'f . A. Havefe, Iudefendetfcb'
tV. V. Allhigham;
Nell Hill, "
Sirs. T. L. Tbck, ,( "
F. Long. MdninoatH
Adona Cochran, "
Clara Hall, "
lolen L. Swann,
1. VV . 8toruis,
"J. N. Hart,
W. F. Xickols,
W. C. Bryant,
L. J. Ctiaiieil;
y.nta V. MyK
L. M. Murry,
ad iii mod bv motion;
V. I. KEYNbrbS; Pres.,
L. L. Swann, Sec.
ZEN'A I'UBLIG SCHoirtl;;
t'or month ending March 1, 1895:
Number days attendance. ...:.; 782
" " absence J-l
" tardibs 0
'Average number belonging . 41
, " daily attendance 40
NomtiCr neither abwnt nor tardy ... 28
" vinits by board . 0
In the primary department the
'attendance was excellent there be
ing bht 3 cases of tardiness and 3
abserices. This niotith is the first
taught since the addition of a
.teacher for the primary pupils.
The advantage to both pupils and
eachers is gratly appreciated.
Addie Ct.AKK, Prin.
ftALLSTOX PUBLIC 'SCHOOL.
Fft the month ending Fcbrnarv
unifier days present .1703
" " absence J-l'i
" tardies 'M I
te'nrollel, boys 37, girlfi4U
Avcraije number belonging
" rily attendaiVce
Per cent off attendance
'Number coixral -puuiHauient
" neipcr absent lior tardy.;
" visitor)! j - r -.-
Wm. Paukek. rrin
bcexa Vista pibi.ic scuribr..
For month ending February 22,
famtierday attendance 120ii,.i
" tarrfiwi. i. - ...
" enf.ilied, boys 37, girls :53,
"Average unmcer beloiitfiiift
, " daily attendance
S'er cpntof attendance
fvuuibtT ooridirj 1 punishment
. ainbtr neiUier al;nt nor 'lardy ...
. M. STOiish, I'Vin.
A r'VTIIl.V OiiATlON.
Delivered Befora Hower Lodge, No. 4S,
in this City, on the 31st Annirer
ryoftheOrdr. bjM. O.Potter
I have Ihh'ii requested by my
brother Knights to present this
evening the objects and aims o!
.Mir or.W. Ilirt Kniirlita of Pvtbias,
if it is nossiblis for vou to glean
Irom what 1 may have to say as to j
the highest purpose of our oiilcr, 1 :
shall led that 1 have accomplished
11 1 wo ro only able to present
vou thfs picture in beauttl'ul woids!
as has been my privilege l '"-j,.v
such presentation tivi.i men oi
grand thoughts and oratory; it' 1
nnoress vou with the i.obiu sou.i -
i - - . . . . ...
incuts aiut wormy onjwis
onr oid-r endeavors to impart and
attain, I will feel that my tiloils
have not been in vain.
Chiet Justice Uathbuno, the
founder of this order, in conjunc
tion with a lew friends, met in
Washington, 1. C, on the ll'th
day of February 1SG1, and there
orsanized the first lodgw of the
i -i ..... t. : ...
order of Knights of Pythias. It
was at a time when there was
heard the cannon's roar and thu
crash of musk'" iy, engaged in the
bloody strife Of a great civil war.
The seed then planted soon took
deep root and grew up and since
became the giant oak under whose
branches nave gathered OlKW
lodges and 4o0,0u0 Knights, in
It is said that when the bigoted
nobles of England presented
Napoleon with a nciitious pedigree,
tracing his descendants from some
ancient Koman, he turned upon
iheiu with disdain; "My pedigree,"
he proudly said, "dates from Monte
Aoite," the field of his first battle.
As Napoleon was a child of his
own d'eas, so this great American
brotherhood is the consummation ol
us own achievements, it parades
no false pedigree and claims no
kinship with ihuse whose :gnoble
ulood has crept through the Veins
uf many scoundrels from the time
of tne recorded Hood to the present.
Our order is a confraternity dedi
cated to Friendship, Charity and
jJeuevolenee, lounded on a bro.td
and liberal bnsis. Friendship has
been for ages Hie corner stone of
almost every secret society, and
numerous orders have been estab
lished to exemplify this great prin
cijjle. Our order is trying to
emulate this principle in remem
bering thai, us our hero rytbus.
said, rribiidslnp sits upon a
throne tuat never encumbers nor
can be transferred." Few people
m this world ever feel and know
what uue irieudship is. A line
example of this Incno-slity wc have
in lues story ol Jonathan and David,
recorded lu the buoC ol batnuel.
Worldly f.iciidsuip is liku a
ulooming, yet stentless llower,
bright with beauty when the sun
shines to rei'reth n, but when the
chill frost comes it wiihers and
fades leaving not even a fragrance
to tell whai, it has been: True
friendship, like the suul, never
dies. I maintain that it should be
more tbim a mere name; it is a
gem whdse sparkling rays can be
seen at a. glance, and as weurers of
that emblem, we should nave
friendship stamped ou our every
Although our order regards the
whole human race as one family,
and excludes no one on account of
creed or sect, yet its origin and its
teachings are lull of the spirit of him
who said: ''.Blessed is the mortal
who seedh his .Brother's need and
supplieth him" Seeking his own and
another's good. What a grand
thought thers is here, remembering
that wo live to bless mankind.
Our order lakes its name from a
legend that gleams through the
darkness of aacs, and blends with
the future ai;d present, as tiaie
turns the pages. This legend we
gather from the island ot Sicily
and the city of Syracuse, Whicn
has a brilliant record both iu
science and art, many of thu most
renowned philosophers; scientist
and artists among the ancients,
either resided in fcicily or visited
Damon and Pythias of Syracuse
were devoted friends, and members
of the Pythagorian brotherhood.
The story of their self-sacrifica is
known U all, and whose example
hath welded the Pythian chain
that girdles this planet and clasps
in its louts a nose oi gaiiani ,
. . . t .. ii .
knights. We, as an order, try to
emulate this undying principle of
these immortal heroes. And one
of its greatest principles is to care
for the widow and orphan and help
i have seen a discouraged and
almost broken-hearted brotlierhood,
especially during this liuancial
crisis; and amid the hardships
that come to them, they seem 10
tuin away from the altars and
Facred shrines of our order. May
I ask: la Pythianism a delusion
and a snarer Are these onliga
tions nothing but dreams aud j
empty, meaningless worus: iw
no love exist, and is this elaborate
and costly citadel built pimply to
dazzle the eyes of the world, but
within there is nothing but skele-
If this be so, then
i let us cease our adorations, let us
meet no more: rather let
us raze i
its foundations and Burn to aslieH ;
so gigantic a mockery, to imposing ,
a lraud! !
Ilut. in mv exnet-ience. I lind A
tms is not the case. Uur casth hall j
is the resting place for y
weary feet, and I And that lh
links of friendship grow brighter
with ngo. , ,
There is no interference in man s
rights to follow the dictates ot his
own conscience with respect to
State and Church.
Erroneous impressions hayelavn
1. 1. iiiiit.lx nniuduvil
i orders, but they can
, i,.,,,, their nronrtss, and tin
eji0t and bans of all the Popes,
niuj urainals in Christendom can j
not j;,ril, ,,t, immortal sentiments
which umlertv these great societies.
i,)r ike an Hregon mist U-ioro the ,
,..,,; kU, these pivdjucies wid.
dwippear and disolvo under the
, 0f truth; for "truth is mighty
am ,miJi.t prevail."
1 ladies. I have a few
...... .." - ....
words t say to
I'H'K to siiatx! lit"
;i intellectual or moral
point Of view, wo owe moredireem
to you than to oir.-elvcs, and our
great aims will meet with success
if you' will but give us your ap
proval and we ask that of you, and
if you can find anything in what I
have said, or will have to s;iy, t.sat
will impress you with the great
aim ami pro't'ound scope of our
nr.l.T 1 trust VOU will CtMlMdor it.
I have heard our bi-vthors re
mark, -Well, my wife objects and
1 must, keep peace in tie.- tainily,
so he stavs at home." It is ti ue it
does take him from your home
and from your side; but it takes
him where honor is mire, and
whero he is drinking at the foun
tain of truth and virtue.
Could vou enter our lode
room vou would bo astonished
at the simplicity of our mysteries,
there is nothing horrible in our
secrets; they haven single object,
and that is one no sensible woman
woald condemn; we elevate the
character of man ami send him
forth better fitted to discharge the
various duties of life. It should
not matter to the world what
means nave been employed. In
ancient times the fair lady buckled
on the armor of her lord, and sent
him forth to battle; you can emu
late this principle by sending with
your approval and consent, your
husband or brother to lodje on
every meeting night.
Pythianism is a heroic as welt ns
chivalrous order. Need we go
farther than mention Samu.-l
Holder Hinds, who sacrificed this
life in rfn attempt j:TUZ: J.lu i'slaI'I It K'S WOIUv.
brother Knight at h.chmoiol, a. j
Havinjr forced bis way t!r""3h E:1!s. Ti:!lt naTe Becoma iawa ttnd aro
the suliocauiii smoke and smi't.ii-r-,
ed Uame that choked the parage- j PilsJ nl'.ii tlio SdcretAry oftatJ.
way of that fated tv-ntswood notel,
to a place of safety, for a moment
he listened and hearing the cry of
distress from a brother knight, who
was sleeping in an upper ii oni and
ex nosed to danger, despite the
warnings of danger lie rushed back
tnrougn the nvM name ana suin;
cating smoke and perished in the
Pythian and chivalrous effort to
save and rescue his friend. He
nobly sacrificed his life on the
uitar ot friendship. This U no
hciion, no creation ot me poet
novelist, it is an actual fact.
... . f . i
nave inaccii a monument in ins
credit, not only a material mono- i
ment, but a monument in inc.
memory and hearts of every true
Pythian Knight which bears the
inscription, "1'eace to my aMies
and honor to thy
mttinnri' " I h'-;
' l-'Ut one ot the many exampief.01 j
ll UtJ II y L 1 1 1 it 1 i 1 r II I , n iil'.u tti a " v
f J . . . . . f 1 ..L .. 1 J
nefs to tlie trui i, as i nae s une.i ,
betore, that we live to mess lnan - -
Kinu. .-in jh-;i'.uiru tiuiiiwi, i
appreciate this, for to such harmony
is discord. j
Ami i.i.w hi.fnrf. flimino T have a i
r. 1.. ... ..... l..i'.o :
to sav to my brotiieri
remember the virtues;
inculcated by our hrder, let us en- j
deavor to show to the world that !
wouie mm . .e.u r-"-Cos county.
but Willi us these virtues are l.v.ngiN-o .n:)Vl.oU.(,t ,mil p
realities; let us remember Hint our j alJ provi(ll!8 fr the appointment
prosperity depends on or .vvn,f fmh alKi gall(. war,ieil. Makes
efforts, and that all men will not . , follows: Ueer
make cood knights, hence guard
well the portals of our castle hall.
No man should be admitted to our
lodge who is not a welcome guest
at our rlresiue, let us be obedient,
brave and faithful to otir laws,
remembering that fixed and high
purpose not following and looking
on, but; iu the language of the
immortal YVhittier, let us be
earnest and live for something:
Have a purpose,
rtim Uiill nir nisc jvc-u in vii.,
lpi.illt, hnlmlcHM vesnpl
Thou canst ne er to llle lie true.
Half the wrecks that atrjw lifu's ocean.
If some star had been their guide,
Miifht have now been riding safely,
lint they drifted with the tide.
Let us have a purpose and that
purpose to practice the precepts ot
our order that we may have higher
aims in life and noble attainments.
There are times in the lives of
men when they should be in the
full possession of all their mental
faculties, when it is essential for
hem to exercise prudence, caution
and courage, lor there is always
mMe oiie ,plei,,g obstructions in
the wav of our advancement that
would seem almost impossible to
overcome. And there are others,
who from an inborn friendship, are
willing to help lear the burdens
and lessen the trials and bard-
-hips of their fellowmen. though
ti.y iK. etrangers. But life at its
i..,s, ; ,v t;lsk trials and
temptations bes-t us on every
band, and the L!ni? of the nowf-r of
.rbn,. war iV.. olori 1.
jng riiankind intA trouble all along '
Castorla U Pr. Samuel ntclicf prrscrlpf Ion for Infant.
W Chl dron. It contain wither Opium. Morphine nor
?or lWrlc. Props. Soothln Syrups, and Cu-stor Oil.
S ll?kit. It- pmrrwuoo U thirty jrrur.' uo by
Milium, of others. cU.trlattwWraiatajJi
SirWn und Wind CoV.c. Ou.torl.t relieve.
lecU tn tr-Ublc cure. con,tltlo and llatulency.
SorU nssimlhUc. tho f-d. rjSlt tU
u"a bowcK Clvin;: healthy and tur.il sko . Ciw
ioL is the CUHUroa'. Vvu-tUo Llothov's Friend.
i:vAjanct ujwa Uulr cUil-r.-u."
V.u 0. C. tvn.vie,
-pamof a t l! b.-.in V.:r fi"1 i-liiUn
hk-U 1 : a-M h".w tUl! 'f;
fa, dju.t h. n tr Ml..r oonrf. ur Ian m.l
l-lWrt of th.'lr viiU.lr.-u. t,n J i- C uuvi i
of Hi- various -k w .tnat J w.il.-h "
dMtrojU.; to. UnJ -T r'
BK-n-lun. .t.MU "!' "'-''r hw
ei.UI do thrtr tl-n.f, tU. wiy
Ikiu to prwuutur tfiav ."
the pathway of life; there arc
deadly foes who without o moment's
notice of warning are ever ready
M hiing yon with their 'nvenoined
farms, iiutifwe are obedient to
that higher power and nttack Hie
enemy bravely we will l'..id th'-iii
as shadows fkeini; before the lijrlit.
Vvprv kni.'ht is extni'ted to Ik
bold and courageous in i
dcfi-ndii ff '
tlm riirhts of a brother and
brother's family, and in uph.ildin i
th authority and good name ol i
our order and practicing thu j r i i -
Icij.les of "i'l'iendshij) Charity and
No. '! I Creating ninth judicial
district composed of Grant, Mal
heur and Harney counties, gover
nor to aHpoilil a prof-ecnini);
sixth dis tric
Ol tlie Jt'.Cgej ul 1 1 1 (J
to bsjtnlo. Approv-
No. -11 To P.;
for expenses of le
No. i:i.") To
r : corporations to appropriate lands,
M.-, .,:i-,.,i., ;, , irai,,.,.- i
llnines. tor opi-r.Kiiijj mines
timber lands, etc. Ap- i
' ()V((j lt.(b fs
:u W2Ci eating sixth judicial
d:Atil.t wt o( i;,I1!vSilia and M..r-
y cou,)(iw, ju,!ri! 1-
roW COUntlCS; .JUUL'O 1 ft to
... i "
urn trt- Vc r 1 1 ( r tn 1 1 1 1 u ii ' t il
- ccUllrif, ,utori)(.v
No. 10!) To prn.ect native sons j
)h.j mkil,, n unlawful to ki!
, Jtroy, injur
; or have in
poscssioii, sell or oiler lor sale, any
Mich bird. The bill names every
song bird that inhabits Oregon at
season ot tin? year and lixes
! penalties. Approved leo. l-.
I V, ,'M lAmi'iiii.4 See. 1.Y.I pnde
civil proceed ti re, relating to at
tachments. ;so. I'roviues lor rcioi auon
clohcil Heasons as
and elk, between December 1st and
between December 1st and
1st; grouse pheasant, Mm,- I
iheasant, ipiail partridif,
irom December 1st to September
1st, except for breeiling purjioses;
praiie chicken fnin October 1st to
July 1st. No game birds to be
killed in greater numbers than 2U,
prohibits robbing neat" nf any game
bird, and permits : . !e in open
season. Prohibits ki. .ug at any
time of any spotted . .wn, or kill
ing deer at night, or v.ith hounds;
$2") to -1'2U0. Prohibits killing all
large games for hides at any time.
Approved Feb. 23; goes into effect
No. 220 Defines boundary to
No. 84 Fixing time for execut
or" and administrators to report.
No 19." Amends soldiers, home
act of 1X!3. Approved Feb. 2'i; in
Ko. 1G1 Fixing pay of county
clerks, recorders ami sheriH.
No. 22f Amends ballot law.
repeals Australian ballot as at
pr't-ent, but substitutes a similar
ballot, providing that, instead of
erasing candidates not d Sired,
.simply making a maik Itcfnrc
riame of candidate wanted.
No. 7 Prevents title toftrert
jand other public property "''"'K j
lost by adverse occupancy. j
I -Ao, jmi rrovuies lor new sewer
I from any 1 liiii and penitcntary t '
; river to cost I."),0)). I
No. 201 To regulate praetice of j
m- dieit.e and surgery, i-reab-s j
(Continued on p:ige I .) j
" rh!.wl l ov'U fcl tncMMwn th
nxnuL-u.! it .u4uJi-iu-lu"l' "
kuo... to )? v A.,tP,i ;,. D.,
lit V. 0f"'l t'. . Hr..l), K. V.
"Our !!'"" iM l1' ; lr"" d,'rt
mrnt ba iJH-.ru U.W ' tlK,.r .-.-.t,.
In llwir ouUAlo .r-lU :-,
.! !ih...-i '! "'"" c''r
,r.l.ul -.; " -:"Ut
i-i.tih of fw!oru oo la li k" -
Ut Ua II."
Aujw C. farm. " .
SUwet, Nw York City.
.Alt-.M.l Li'. liv i'l.
i;iv; in:: cinnci: or
H O U T 3 S
l.ow liATi- s to AM.
r.iyrntN mn .i.
ot;i;.N i-ii kami; us
i il.i f. lor
Kur full .li-l.-llS . -nil nil II. It. . AlC'-lit
M. I'. 1'nfl !;", I:iilr.'-liiU-i.i--, nr.
w. if. itt ni.nnrr.
W.i. l'il". Atf. lil.
I'l.rllin.'l. ( l'.
Estes & Elkins,
in or out of the city
Promptly atk'inlcil to.
CharfjeK reasonable, i
'I tin h. i-', Oa!trt, Jh-tiry ,
I'rtiii1, ilt-nryC- K'lHHf,
f R ,,,,..
(a'A " 1 "
1 PACIFIC R. R.
.ST. J'. IUL
.1 IX.YK.l l'fJI'IS
an. f.vit (); h's "
TO I ' CH.OOKXTO.Y
IIELKX. I rind ' I'
nv.v ixa fox
.VA ir roiiK
.ViV7VJ" fi.iJ till
JUHXTS 1..I.ST "ml SOUTH
l-'ur liir..riiill..fi, llrii. rani., riinps And
tl'-ki-ln, c-hII on i.r . rn
w. ii. iiAw li:v. Atrotii.
lQd. tf'li'l.-nr., .V.
. ( H a I.I.TOX, A-M. ;.-.. IV.At,
Nn. iV, Morrlmii Wiwl, f.rncr Tlilrd Ht
i mi i ii
Wo linvii nurivi'd mnall porllon td
our new priiiK and hiiiiiiiht Htnck of
Dry Goods, Clothing,
they are- nil "rtp
Good Goods are Cheaper this Season
Than they pver were, if you know
where l net them and Jiavo tl
luoiiey to ptiy for lln in.
PR1GES 20 PER GENT LOWER;!
.MAisr x,jsa' ybak.
- " to
Tan Hires mi' ir.orp popular than rvor. Our
will itmii'iiso a I io liit in Lulux', Minsi-n ami Chii.pi
ltviVs,i;H.,lf M u'h tun. Tun llu ry t inntrh,
Monmoutli Mercantile Co,
i f, i
' f 1
A .Game of
TliUivorld I pri tlj inmii
A r ifli luini lodniw
A pu-n.v ;liln draw iiiii-iiiii.ii,
A liuiw to lrn art,
A plimti-r t 'I'a a I'I'.ter,
A t'vr t'ti!':iw iiinilt,
A l"i; Hitlit ! 'Ini fr"l,
An. I our I'nj.in.iU nt.'.l lrf' l'rlili rtrow trade.
FRAZER & SON,
SALEM, rOKTIiAiM) wavuslw
Leave Portland Tin i-dii;, s. Thur-davn and Fnturdayn, l!;(X)a. ni
l-ave Iiideiii fideuce Mondav, WcdiieH.lays and ! ridini- :;'. " .
Leave Salem " " " " " ; .
Fast Time. Cheap Rates q
'Alexander - Cooper Drug 0
Always aiiu to please
Prescriptions :-: Carefully -:- Compound 7
- iniy or
Dray & Truck Co.
Draying of all kinds In and
out of the city will receive
prompt and careful atten
tion if entrusted to
A. W. Docksteader,
Our prices are the lowest.
INDEPENDENCE, - OltEOON
SALE and FEED STABLES.
KKLLKY it lt()Y, rr...H.
Hum-amirii In A. W. Ikii'kiiti-adrr.
(1om1 turnouts for Commercial men
H.rMl.wnlei by the ui-rk r limntb.
- mmm -
Shoes, Notions, Etc
inoro on tho way. Ami
t datu" Iik. . . .
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