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Ilt assortment of Shoe at
IIlKhext market price for Potatoes
at 8chu!merlch Bros.
Mr, CM). BiHriHlorf was In Hllla,
for a day thin week.
Fur potato ana
oat Mcka go to
N, A. llarrutt, of Portland, was in
Ililteboro several days this week.
Attorney Geo. A. BogJey went to
stock cane before the supreme court,
Bchulruerlch Brothers have the
latent indoor mat. Come and see
Hows, Collarrettee; Fine assort
meat. Iteasonable prices at Son ulna
Lowetit prices on hardware
Bchulmerich Bros, try them; Full
stock always on hand.
Four cars of oats and one of onions
were sent from the Ulllboro station
to Portland, this week.
Dance at IlllUboro Opera House,
Silurilay evening. January 18th,
Everybody invited, tickets 50o.
. For Rubber Coats, Oil Clothing,
Macintoshes, all kinds of wet weath
er goods go to Bchulmerich Bros.
Tbo alley In the block partly
owned and occupied by M, Moore,
near the railroad station, has been
At the Ellis gallery. New photo
gallery. Pope, the Photographer Is
hereto please you with Pictures,
Oive him a call.
Call at the Independent office
and examine the famous Melton
board for mounting kodak prints
Latest thing out. Any size.
For sprains, swellings and lame'
ness there la nothing so good as
Chamberlain's Pain Balm. Try It
For sale by tbo Delta drug store.
E. L. McCormlck has just received
a full lino of Men's fine sloves for
either dressing or working purposes,
Call and see them. Good values for
Mrs. E. B. Bspplncton, who at
. this timo last week was so critically
ill. is much improved and Is now
' properly classed with the convale
Mrs. Nickle, accompanlng her
mother, Mr. Ilaodall, take passage
for Ban Francisco tonight on the
steamship Columbia. Mrs. Bandall
Is plagued with asthma and she goes
to California hoping to get relief.
Win Mohr makes boots at his
shop on Second street, Hlllshoro, for
fft.fO per pair, sewed shoes for 96
and gives special attention to repair
ing. He uses only first-grade stock
which enables him to guarantee his
Those wishing to purchase improv
ed farms, large or small, city lots 01
city residences, In Illllsboro or In
Forest Grove, will find it worth
while to see J. W. Shute at the bank,
Hillsnoro or Benj. Scholfleld at For
Mr. J. A. I m brie, who has been
living at the corner of Washington
and Fifth streets while extensive re
pairs were making to his own resi
residence, on Main street, moved
this week, lie Is now at home and
has the contented feeling that al
ways attaches to one who owns the
residence he occupies.
Notices are posted calling a special
meeting of the legal voters of School
District, No. 7, Illllsboro, to assemble
at the school house in Illllsboro, on
Saturday, Jan. 25, at 1 :80 o'clock p.
m. The business to be transacted la
to levy or not levy a special tax up
on the property of the district to
help support a nine niodths' school
and pay a part of the bonded debt of
the district. -
Mr. Mclntlre, father of our Henry
Mclntire, and whom the Portland
authorities s nt to the Insane asylum
when the old gentleman was In a
dnaed condition, the result of ex
posure at the time of his arrival
from the East, has been rescued, and
Is now at the home of his son. lie
is recovering quite rapidly from the
hardships that ought not to have
been his lot on his recent trip across
Mrs. Kaley, the accomplished vo
calist and musical Instructor from
Portland, Is givlug lessons In vocal
music In Illllsboro. The first meet
ing of the students with their in
structor occurred last Monday. The
ladies now singing are Misses Eva
Bailey, Elisabeth Milne, Helen
Gates, Minnie Warren, Maude
Hoover, Lurn and Wilma Waggoner
and Alice Merryman.
The Congregational church, st For
est Orove, will hold special services
every evening next week. The first
service will, however, be held Bun
day morning. A special feature Is
to be the music, which will be fur
nished by a choir of fifty trained
voices. To assM, Mrs. Baley, the
college vocalist, has been secured,
and it Is expected that further aid In
presenting numbers wi;i be rendered
by Itev. Mr. Polling, of The Dalles.
The gipsies are nt a welcome ad
dition to the commuuity, and all
feel relieved when they move on.
An Iticldent that happened in tbe
neighborhood a few days ago will go
tar to account for that Jeelicg. We
have a camp ccur town, aud while
these Arabs have not oveiran the
county, yet, they are around. Re
cently ono of them crossed the fence
and w!iit here Mr. Loren Jackson
was plowing. The visitor propound
to awap horses; would give two for
one in ine piow team, uoivu
thought he might make something
by igetting two horses for one. He
could feed up and have profit. Bo
be went to the fcuce to see what was
in sight. The gipsy said that he
had left a horse behind. The
crowbait that was there hitched was
out of the question, so Loren started
back to his plow. The trader then
proposed to sell the horse that he bad
left down the road for $2. He was
on the move, the horse was a Utile
lame and he did not want to cruelly
force it hlong. " Would be not take
the poor beast at the sacrifice price of
$2?" Mr. Jackson declared he would
not buy property without seeing it.
They went down the road and found
the horse dead In the middle of the
way. Thus the tribe seek to swindle.
One of the gipsey crowd got on a
toot last Tuesday afternoon and con.
tinued into the shades tot evening.
Marshal Atkinson took him in
charge and proposed to put him In
the cooler, but the fellow demanded
to be taken before the recorder Im
mediately. The marshal, nothing
loath, weut to the recorder's office,
in the Corwln 4 Wooster building.
but that official was not there. The
gip. then remembered that he had
wronged some one at Blaser's, and
must go and apollgize. Tho party
started from the recorder's office by
the back way. The stairs never
were the most safe aud have not Im
proved with age, so when the half-
intoxicated man began to lean on
the railing it gave away and let him
fall ten or more feet into a rubbish
pile, made up of old cans and broken
glassware. For a lime the fellow
laid so quiet that the officer thought
him dead, but lifting him out, he
lived again. He made his apology,
paid $2.60 aud was allowed to go to
A company of capitalists at Bloux
Falls, manufacturing sweets from
sugar beet syrup declare that they
will build and operate a sugar beet
syrup factory at or near rortiaoa.
The syrup will then be shipped to
the refinery. Now then. Does
Portland want that factory? In or
der to get It there must be a way
opened to the fields where beets can
be grown. Portland might, by al
lowing an electric lino through its
streets, get into the Tualatin Plains,
where beets showing 18 per cer t and
over In sugar and 95 to as purity.
grow. There are men in this county
ready to put money Into the road,
but Portland's city council stands
idly around with hands behind their
backs refusing to grant a franchise.
Portland can not have a beet sugar
factory till a transportation line can
tap the fields.
My aim Is to please the trade. I
have succeeded in doing so In tbo
past and shall do so in the future. I
Buy your cigars: and tobacco of 11
There will be umm at the Catholic
church, Suiiday, January 26, at 10:30
o'clock a. in.
Lut, in Illllsboro, gentleman')
gold finger ring lettered MM. H. to
L. V.'. II." If flndi r will call at In.
DKPk.NDt.NT office, he will be direct
ed to owner.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. E. Adams,
storekeeper for the Great Northern
liaiiroad at Heatw'e, are visiiiug iuu
wees: with Mr. and Mrs. James
Greer, in Illllsboro.
The Y. i S. C. K. of the Congre
gational church will entertain their
friends socially, Wednesday evening
next, Jan. 22d, at the residence (if
Mrs. M. M. Plttenger.
Mrs. Nixon ol Forest Orove did a
fairly good business last week selling
real estate. She found a purchaser
for the Temple place and In addition
sold three timber claims. Mrs. Nixon
Is an active agent, and deals fairly
with her clients.
The rock pile in Portland proves
to be a better protection to the city
than an additional score of police
men. Detectives report that two
hundred hobos have left for those
points where there are no rouk plies.
The exodus has been mainly toward
the Puget Hound cities.
The Oregon Farmers' Congress,
tho Oregon Dairymen's Association,
the North Pacific Live Stock As
sociation, the Hop Growers' Associa
tion and the State Board of Agricul
ture all meet In Illllsboro Dor, 10,
17 and 18 next. It Is suggested that J
the Commercial Club take upon It-1
self the management of the local ar-
Last year m.i;- OrcouUu there
was Uufcati-fu ton touching the
homeseekers rairi Mt in operation
by tho I'asstfi.i.'r Asy:c!iition from
liosissippi poiuU eaarj to the
Pacific States. Tu us there appeared
to be a studied discrimination against
Oregon in favor of Washington.
There was some correspondence be
tween citizens ot Oregon, aud ane
may have taken up the matter with
hj ft. P. Co. aud the O. U. A N.. but I
it was considered too lale to make
great complaint. This year the same
scheme is sought to be worked by
the Transcontinental Passenger As
sociation. That organisation quotes
rates to homeseekerj for March and
April to Washington points, but will
not extend them to Oregon. The S.
P. Co., seeing that its territory would
thus be neglected, joins with the
Short Line and O. R. N. to quoto In
dependent rates. Mr. sliller, gen
eral passenger agent of the S. P. Co,
has issued a circular by which it Is
seen that all places in the Willa
mette Valley have oominon point
rates. The circular reads:
"During the mouths of March and
April next certain reduced rates for
settlers will be made from the East,
as follows: From Omaha and Kan
sas City, 125; Sioux City, $27.00, St
Louis, $30; Chicago, $33. Those
rates are second class, and will ap
ply In connection with , the Union
Pacific, Oregon Short Line and O.
H. A N. Co. via Portland to all
points on the Oregon lines of this
company, Ashland and north, and
are made for the purpose of Inducing
"Please see that the Information Is
given general publicity, that, parties
AND ITS IH
The tax levy for Washington couu
ty assessed oa the 1901 roll is given
in detail as follows:
. 8 9
County tax, general fund
Schof 1 tax, general.
Indigent fund, fixed by law.
ltoad tax. general
Scalp bounty, fixed by law..
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IIIL"LHBORO CATHOLIC CHURCH
execute my work with neatness and
dispatch, sterilize my razors, use an
antiseptic compressed air spray,
therefore preventing my patrons
from contracting disease. I carry a
fine line of tobacco and cigars. E,
IL Goodmurpby, Hillsboro's leading
barber, Second street, opposite Opera
Mr, M. J. Sammons, of Cedar Mill,
reports that the rock work done on
the road In Beaverdam precinct last
summer Is very noticeaDie. uuiy
the worst places in the road were
rocked, yet that much makes the
road fully one hundred per cent bet.
ler than it was last winter. The cit
izens of Cedar Mill are well pleased
at what was done, and they are cor
respondingly encouraged to do more.
The frosty nights cf the past week
have been the delight of orchardists.
The temperature has not been low
enough to form Ice, but it was cool
enough to keep vegetation back.
Had the warm days of last
wees continued, some fruit trees
would have been In bloom by this
time, 8i far, the winter has been
E. W. Haines has entered into a
contract with Cornelius to light that
town with electricity. Tho gasoline
lamps that have been used there
have not proven satisfactory, and
will be discarded. Laborers are now
fringing wires between Forest Grove
In 1900 tax was collected on 18
dogs, bringing In tho treasury $18,
During the past year there were
more dogs, or else City Marshal At
kinson found more, lor he collected
on 67 dogs and got $73.
Mr. 8herburn Wilson, who has
been with his son at The Dalies for
several months, Is at home.
Fine farms for sale dirt cheap by
Tho. Withyeonibe, Scholls, Oregon.
H. F. Behrens, of Portland, visited
with friends and relatives Sunday.
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The Catholic church, in Hlllsboro, was dedicated last Sunday, accord
Ing to the program announced last week. The al tendance is estimated at
800 souls. The rear of the auditorynext the street entrance was densely
packed, but many could have been seated toward the front. The decorations
of the altar were magnificent. Archbishop Christie snd Father Black were
accompanied by several priests from Portland. The sermon by the Arch
bishop was all that a diviue occupying his high station In the church is ex
pected to deliver. His Grace Is a most effective orator, perfect in logic and
acclamation, ms nne personal appearance and strong, positive gesticuia
tion emphasizes the truth he utters. The sermon of Sunday U one that
should be preacned In every neighborhood. It would strengthen the state.
harmonize society, root out anarchy and increase the stock of happiness
mat belongs to Humanity.
The musical numbers rendered by the choir from Verboort church dur
ing high mass were very fine, and the audience will welcome those ladles
and gentlemen whenever they can be spared from home to sing here.
A collection was gathered and the money, amounting to $50 or more,
win ne used in completing the church.
Father Black has other plans for the betteament of his parish , but they
are naraiy reaay lor announcement yet.
range m en ts entertainment, hall,
transportation and the like. No one
can do it better, and the organization
for that work is already perfect. The
Commercial Club of Hlllsboro can do
It, and do it well.
There were two tickets in the city
campaign at Forest Grove, last Mon
day, and electioneering was active.
It was tho same contention that di
vided last year and before, Frank
Kane, for mayor, and his whole tick
et was re-elected by Increased ma
jorities. Before the majority was
slight, only lour or five, while this
year ' they ranged from fifty to
ninety. The management of muni
cipal a llt Irs has been good during
the past year, and money has .been
saved for the sinking fund. This
satisfies the people and they chooee
to continue the administration rath
er than try experiments by a change.
The only new men on tho ticket
were J. C. Clark, lor recorder, and
Pst. Cronen, for marshal. The last
met ting of the old council was held
on Tuesday evening last, at which
time hold-over Councilmen F. M.
Bobbin and B. W. 8. I lamer re
signed. These gentleman were
elected last year by the opposition.
They hoped to elect enough of their
party to put them in the majority.
Failing in this, they resigned In
deference to the great majority as ex
pressed at the polls last Monday.
The new council will take office next
Thursday, Jan. 23, when the va
cancies in the council will be filled.
now here may be advit-ed, and in
turn communicate with their friends
or others in Eastern states, with view
of having them take advantage of
the low rates. I would also like to
have you furnish me with list of the
commercial clubs, boards of trade or
other similar bodies there may be at
your station who are Interesting
themselves In immigration, and we
will arrange to furnish them from
time to time with the names of East
ern people of whom we may be ad
ad vised and who contemplate com
ing to this country, that they may,
if desired, get In correspondence with
them, and supply any literature de
scriptive of the country's resources."
This stand of tho Or gon roads
will be endorsed everywhere in the
state, and will make friends with
Rogue River Valley, Jackson
County is a good apple growing sec
tion. One orcharlist sent yellow
new town pippins to London and re
ceived back $2.25 per hox net. We
In the Willamette Valley csn do as
well, only we must grow apples not
by the box, but by the carload. We
can produce quality, an-1 do, but we
must also have quantity.
ThA amount of revenue to be
raised for state purposes for tho year J
1902 is $805,000, which, added to1
$23,000 to be raised for the State Ag
ricultural College, makes $920,000, of
which sura Washington county pays
$27,751.69. This amount of men
cy is required to pay the p,
propriatlons made by the legislature
In Feb., 1901, after tho tax for 1901
nad been levied. The total appro
priations made that have to be met
by revenues collected In 1902 is
$1,040,653.26, but an income from
miscellaneous sources amounting to
$145,653,26, cuts down the amount to
be raised by taxation to the sum
above mentioned, $896,000. Last
year the state tax paid by this
county wae $16,364.83, hence we are
jobbed this year for $11,337.55. How
is this? Well, under tho tax law
In 1901, each county will contribute
to the expense of the state lu the
proportion which their average as
sessments for the last five years bear
to the average of the total assess
ments of all the counties for the same
period. If Multnemah made an
under valuation for the 6 years prior
to 1902, which Is charged and he
lieved, her average cropped, while
ours were correspondingly raised
Some other counties helped Mult-
noman In this matter. Hence Mult,
nomau got the benefit of her vain
ations two times. So, while we pay
8 mills, Multnomah county pays but
6. Slick people those. We country
bumpkins did not see It. Now our
representatives must be sharp enough
at the next session of the legislature
and not let those low assessments be
used a third time.
Estate Ellen Porter, deceased. In
ventory filed showing proptrty'val'
ued at $12,700.20: ordered that the
administrator sell personal properly.
Estate M P Smith, deceased. Fin
at account filed and Monday, Feb.
17, set for examination and settle
Estate Bessie R Bodman, George
D Gardner, Paul B Richey and
Ccltca I Richey, minors. Ordered
that Surah J Bodman lie appointed
guardian and trustee; bond $1000.
Est Aug Schamburg, insane. Or
dered that the guardian pay $220 to
Henry W Coo for cure snd treat
ment of said Aug Schxmburg, Insane.
Estate O A Rtymond, deceased.
Semi-annual report filed.
License to wed was issued Jan. 15,
to Lee Uixford Causler, 27, aud Lu-
ella Elizabeth Cash, 21.
Elders Hansen and Fife, who have
been doing missionary work in this
neighborhood io the Interest of the
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day
Saints, have been sent to Ashland by
a conference of their church. Elder
Coleman and Norton are sent here to
continue the work. i
Mrs. Fannie Wilshlre is visiting at
A, A. Russell's.
It is reported that J. W. Estest
hits sold his farm.
E. F. Magoon and wife have mov-
el to C. W. Hudson's farm.
The next local teachers' Institute
will be beidp at Gaston, Jan. 25th.
Mr, Russet, Mr. Wahl and Mr. E.
Madison attended the Advent con
ference, held at North Yamhill, last
Saturday and Sunday. -
Miss Churchman lately closed a
successful term of school at Wapato.
It is reported that she again accepted
the school for another term.
Miss Edna Jensen closed a success
ful term of school in the Hill dis
trict, just before the holidays. She,
at one time taught the primary de
partment at Gaston.
Mr. Bert Porter, one of Gaston's
enterprising merchants, last Friday
afternoon, tried his kodak camera
upon the Gaston school. His effort
as a photographer was a success.
A Deep Ujiterj.
It Is a mystery why women endure
blackheads, headache, nervousness,
leeplessness, melancholy, fainting
and dizzy' spells when thousands
have proved that Electric Bitters
wilt quickly cure such troubles. "I
suffered for years with kidney
trouble," writes Mrs. Phebe Cherleg,
of Peterson, la., "and a lame back
pained me so I could not dress my
self, but Electric Bitters wholly
cured me, and, although 78 years
old, I now am able to do ail my
housework.,' It overcomes consti
pation, improves appetite, gives per
fect health. Only 60c at Delta Drug
Carving sets, Butcher knives, Poc
ket knives, Scissors and Razors at
For some fine photo' call on Pope
at the Ellis gallery, 7th street, east
side of town.
The best assortment of fine knives
and razors in town are at McCor
mlck's fully warranted, 1
My prices have aiwuys been as low as Portland
' prices; put untu rcbiuary' isV'i" Viii oITct 'Ouy uitivUr -
in my store at prices that cannot tx: duplicated in
WATCHES TAKE A DROP
VValtham and Elgin gents' watches $4.50 up.
Ladies' Elgin or Wallham watches in 14 k. gold
filled cases, regular price $12.50 now only $9.15.
Gents' Elgin or Waltham watches In 14 k. gold
filled case, regular price $16.00, now only $10.40.
ALL ARTICLES REDUCED
Every article in my stock at the same great reduc
tion. I give you the best stock in my line West
of Portland to select from.
A nice assortment of cut glass, sterling silver and
plated ware. A full full line of the celebrated
Rogers tableware. Silver novelties in endless pro
fusion. Jivery article 111 my store at the same
reductiou, nothing reserved.
HOYT, Tho Jewler.
Our immense spring aud summer stock is on the road and
must have more shelf room. We are having a Grand
Clearance Sale during this month in order to get space,
Giving Goods Away!
Is the way people talk who come to our store to trade. We
are not giving goods away but arc selling at less than
No Deception, No Baitsl
What we say we are ready to confirm. You are invited to
call and get prices. No trouble to show goods. Once a
customer, always a customer. - - - - "
JOHN E. BAILEY,
FOREST GROVE, OREGON.
Nil KltlKF'tt MA UK.
BY VIKTUE l)K AN KXJiCUTION,
Decree and Order of Pule, isnued out
of the Circuit Court of the btutu of Orexun
for w mtiiiiiKvon IJonntT, 111 luvor 01
W. N. Barrett and a,;ihift W. 1).
Bradford. Klmo Uiadtord and Luster Jimd
ford for tlio sum of 11 coats, and the fur
ther mm of $35.00 U. S. irold coin, with
iutereat thereon at the rati) of 0 per cunt
per annum iroiu ine uuy 01 (K'uiiier,
ml. and the further sum of with
interest thereon at the rate of 10 per cent
:er annum iroiu tue'jutn uuy ot ncptiii ier
mil and fur the cofl" aud expenvea of aule
and of ald writ.
Fow. therefore, by virtue and in perau-
anre of muM judgment, dor rue and order of
calo. I will, on Monday the 27th day of
January 11H at tnu ftoutn ur 01 the
Court Houae in Hlllsboro, Waahinirtoii
County, Orecon, at the hour of id o'clock
a. in., of auid duy. Hell nt pnhlic auction to
the hiKheat bidder tor cah, the followinc-
d rem property, to-wit:
ticing part of section K. T 1 8 It 2 W
Willamette Meridian, anil aim a part of
It. noland Jr U. 1.. U.. tn ar.ul townxhln
aud range, deHrribed as follow : llei'in-
n ine at a point on the ri K Hue ol said 1 I,
C. distant N V" K 11..JO chx. from the
quarter aection comer on the 8 line of auid
section n, la Deinuing point boinK alfo
tho boirinning point of a tract deeded to
said 1'errin htecplea by T. 1). Humphreys
anil wilt. octoner 1.1". 4; running thence
N V," K 25 chs to a stake: thence N 4.,s W
2.& chk to a stake ; thence N 4." K 3.UN chx
to a stake: thence N 4o" W a K chs to a
stake ; thence 6 V," W t.l.ii chs more or I
less, to a stone; thence tjctn 1." K 6.17 elm 1
to the place ot beirinninK containing 1H.HL
acres, all situate within Wat-lnnntun I
County, to satisfy the hereinbefore named
sums, and for the costs mid expenses of
fc)aid property will lie sold subject to re
demption aa per statute of Oregon.
Witness my hand this 21tii day of Voc.
11)01. J. W. WKWKU..
Sheriff of Washington, County. (Iromm.
W. N. Haibitt. lly W. J. Wu,
Attorney for Plaintiff. a'J-.K Deputy.
All persons knowing ,themelve
Indebted to tho undemitfiied are re
quested to mate nettlement.
8. T. LlNKLATEIl.
OF HEAL. 1'KOI'KKTY.
NOTICE 18 HKItKBY GIVEN THAT
In pursuance of an order of the County
Court of the state of Oregon, for Washing
ton county, Oregon, made and entered on
May '27, lAo, authorizing and directing the
administrator with the will annexed of
the estate of Kuninel O. biiidor, deoeas
etl, to sell, at private sale, certain r al es
tate belonging to the estate of said deceas
ed, the undersigned administrator as afore.
Kiid, will, from and after January UO. VA)J,
proceed to sell, ut ?rirate sale the follow
ing described tracts of real estate, to-wit:
Lying and being in Wadiington county,
Oregon, aud particula-ly described aa be
ing the N W i of section , t 2 n r i w.
Willainelle Meridian, containing UK) acres.
Terms of Hale: One-third of pur luuie
price, cash in hand, one-third puyuhle in 1
year, and the remainder in '1 yearn from
date of sale, deferred payments to bear
per cent interest and to be secured by
mortgage on premises sold. All payment
to be in U. S. iMild Coin.
Dated at Hlllsboro, Oregon, this ltith
day of December, IHOl.
J. C. COItKY,
Administrator with tho will annexed ot
the estate of Bamuel C. Voider, deceased,
Benton Howman, It I x
Atty for Administrator.
XOTICK VOlt PI HMOATIOX
iM'pnniient of the Inerior.
LandOvnce' at Oasoos citt, Ok.
"VOTICEI8 HEREHY OIVKN THAT
It the following-nnmcd cottier has tiled
notice of his intention to make final proof
in support of hia rlaim and thatsuid proof
will lie made before the County Clerk of
Washington County at Illllsboro, Oregon,
on Kebruary 7 Mri yix:
CIlAULKd A. CAVEI.f,,
II. E, 12711 for the SEotBecSSTSN
lie names the following witnesses tn
prove his contimuma residence upon and
culhivation of aid land, yix:
Louis P. Heidel, of Olenwood, Oregon
llertha Hei.lul.or "
Edward H. Colman, of ' "
Caleb T, llowcn, of ' " "
CIIAH, II. MOOUKH,
j 15 Mirvutes
; sufficient to give ' you most
delicious tea biscuit using
Royal Baking Powder as di
rected. A pure, true leavener.