Centralia Enterprise And Tribune, The (Newspaper) - March 30, 1895, Centralia, Wisconsin THE CENTRALIA ENTERPRISE LUEHR Editors and MARCH 30, 1895. j No. 42. Vol. No. 48. 1O 11 12 Suits Suits Suits Suits That's plain can read it and it. Figures Easter don't Some advertisers But F. W. KRUGER CO. Of no such reductions but for urgent Loaded with cause Broken lots and incomplete of regular and two elaboration and as to means nothing in this What you want to know is Are they Suits for Are they Suits for they F. W. Kruger GRAND WIS. Our prices show which way the wind Keep our and we'll do you WHAT YOU CAN BUY OF US FOR ONE 13 cans 3 good 14 cans 2 good 15 best Japan Tea Yellow C 30 California 45 bars good honest 144 boxes 8 Smoking 3 Chase Sanborn's best Mocha 3 Chase Sanborn's best Sun and Java Dried Japan To obtain above prices goods must go in one dollar Our Fruit and Candy Department is the pride of Fancy Messina per 12 Fancy fat per doz. 15 Pure Cream per 10 Gum per 7 Golden Hallowe per 7 FOR Sanborn's Famous Teas and While we handle the our prices are the ON FLOUR LEAD THEM Best Hard Wheat per barrel Minnesota 2.25 Best 2.10 The members of Order No. 104, of the Catholic Knights of Wisconsin are extensive preparations for an Easter Grand Rapids opera house on Monday April 15th. Auer's celebrated chestra has been engaged to furnish the and will no doubt sustain their former reputation for furnishing delightful The floor mana- gers are G. W. Peter Lucien Berard and N. The reception committee consists of Edward Lynch and E. The Catholic Knights is a social der connected with the Roman lic which has incorporated with it a cheap and safe insurance Supper will be served in the gallery by the ladies of St. Peter and Paul at fifty per Tickets to dance 31.00. The sale of our great package is still This large of goods for has proven so and at the re- quest of some of our friends who were not ready to we have extended the time thirty REMEMBER that thirty days after this date we POSITIVELY will close this WILL FOR A LIMITED tfi Painless 25c. Silver 50c. and Gold and Crowit and Bridge Work at Way Down -ALL WORK FIRST At these very low terms will be Take this opportunity at for it may not last A. B. GRAND FIRST NATIONAL WIS. J. U. Pres. E. T. Cashier J. W. Vice Pres. We solicit the accounts of firms and and promise careful attention to all ness matters entrusted to Foreign Exchange Bought and Interest on Time City Livery DiCKSON We can furnish the finest livery outs in the city on the shortest no- tice and at the lowest Careful drivers furnished if so New and horses are constantly added to our Office and stable on River north of the Commercial Wis. Telephone No. 44. BUSINESS 6ARDS. J. W. Wis. Office over the Hank of L. AND ATTORNEY AT LAW First National Bank GRAND Council CITY OF MARCH 23, 1895. Special called by order Mayor Johnson for the purpose of tling with the clerk in regard to the water and J. W. city Mayor Johnson Members all present except Alderman CITY CLERK'S To the Mayor and Common Council of the City of I lereby submit the statement of of money that I have collected for fixtures and water rental May 1, 1895, in vouchers and money 11 treasurer's Cash in Centralia 78.15 water rental to May 1893., ity treasurer's for coose necks and sundries bold to Hard riling sold to E. 1.00 filing sold to Town of Edwards 13.50 3-2.90 All of which is respectfully ARCHIE City On motion the clerk's report was and ordered placed on TREASURER'S RECEIPTS THK 1804. April 10, of F. E. ex- 6 531 April 10, Received of F. city 239.SC April 14, Received of 1'oliee Justice 2.00 May 7, Received ot waterworks June 5, from circus and other 18.00 Jline 17, Received Why not let Graduates state school 8G1.00 July 2, Received from 12 2400.00 2, Hill drug 10.00 Received from Twin City ing 200.00 11, Received from 1'ahst Brewing 200.00 11, Received from 5, Received of J. 5.00 S. Received of Police Justice one 2.00 Received from ware 18.40 Oct. 15, Received from Centralia works 232.3ii Dec. 2, Received tax i oil as per less 12007.37 7, Received 01 Police Justice one 5.00 Received of Justice one 2.00 1S05. Jan. 12. Received of A. 1'ort road 13 50 March 15, Received of county county school March 15. Received of city water rent as per statement March 23, Received of R. on drug 10.00 THE 1894-5 B. R. ATTORNEY AT Office in Will 11 practice in the several courts of the Judical Office in Gardner's The poor man's j GRAND Telephone 31. April 14, Paid treasurer's on lice justice Juno 1'aid treasurer's tees on circus and other June 19, 1'aid F. state school July 2, Paid treasurer's on saloon 4S.OO July 11, Paid treasurer's fees on brewer 12.00 July 11, Paid treasurer's on Sept. 5, Paid treasurer's fees on J. Sept. 5, Paid treasurer's fees on police Dec. 7, Paid treasurer's fees on police justice .to Dec. 29, Paid treasurer's fees on police justice 1803. Jan. 8, Paid F. school money 4500.00 12, county state tax 230.16 March 15, Due state treasurer on bridge 51 to 60 1000.00 March 15, Due state treasurer interest on bridge 51 to inclusive 95.00 March 15, Paid county treasurer on de- returned real estate less 787.78 March 15, Paid county treasurer on de- personal 15.22 March 15, 1'aid county treasurer cash on county 1190.04 15, Paid county treasurer ty superintendent's 88.04 March 15, Paid county treasurer school 861.69 Marcb 15, Paid county treasurer relief 47.82 Marcb 15, Paid county treasurer on sonal property charged 58.32 March 15, Paid personal property F. H. Jackson and 94.17 March 15, Paid school treasurer county school 861.69 March Paid treasurer's fees on drug March 23, 14889.33 Bridge bonds and interest not 1095.00 J. W. City The members of the council checked the report with the vouchers and found the same The number and amount of each order was compared with the stubs of each order and the stubs The ing's were found correct and on tion the clerk and Alderman were ordered to burn the orders and the No. 1 coupons on waterworks bonds from number one to six was accord in On tion of Alderman Boles the report of the treasurer was accepted and placed on On motion council City N. REAL GRAND Wis. Some time ago the Board of tion of Grand Rapids adopted a rule which prevents anv graduate being employed as a teacher in the Howe High The object of the rule may have been to exclude any applicant who might possibly be too or in- experienced to properly manage a Although the board have felt that its adoption would better advance the interests of nevertheless it seems like an unjust discrimination against That pupils immediately after are too young and lack the experience and practical they should possess to be well qualified to properly manage a department cannot be The f ing between them and those with whom they had associated would make it if not for to command proper fore it would not be wise to ly vest a graduate with But because it would not be wise to choose the young and inexperienced as a should he be If a graduate has taught a sufficient number of years to acquire experience and training and has reached the age where he is en- titled to command the respect of any should because he is a still be denied a position in his alma It may be urged that experience and not make a This is but there are exceptions to all If a graduate is able to secure a first grade certificate and teach successfully a first grade we see no reason why he should not at least be able to teach in the primary grades of our high Suppose the board should limit positions to those graduates who have a first grade school a certain number of the period deemed necessary to entitle them to this lege to be determined by would it not be better than to shut them out If graduates were aged by the hope that if they secured grade certificates it might ally enable them to secure a ment in the high would it not be a strong inducement for many of them to strive for it and seek to become worthy of the honor which the tion would If a larger bcr thus induced to obtain first grade would not also the district school derive greater fit by the higher degree of scholarship which the effort would then not employ those ates whose discipline and scholarship eminently fits them for a Why not amend the rule so as not to discriminate against competent Sermon to Election OFFICE OF CITY MARCH 27, 1895. To the Electors of the City of Notice is hereby given that a cipal election is to be held in the several wards in the city of on the second day of A. 1895, at which the officers named below are to be A Mayor in place of Nels A Treasurer in place of James W. An Assessor in place of Thomas J. A City Marshal in place of William H. A Supervisor in the first ward in place of J. Wilber An Alderman in the first ward in place of C. A. A Supervisor in the second ward in place of Lawrence M. An Alderman in the second ward in place of B. A Supervisor in the third ward in place of John An Alderman in the third ward in place of Theron Polling places in each ward will be located as In the first ward in B. F. Worthington's in the second ward in Mrs. E. Fontaine's in the third ward at the City Polls will be opened at one o'clock p. m. and closed at five o'clock p. m. ARCHIE Congregational What would people think of a man who should out his shingle as a. who had not read a book on anatomy or If perchance iOme patient should fall into his would not the chance's of that patient for recovering health be pretty If a man pretending to practice law should have to confess that he never read a work with the mental principles of his what chances would his clients have of obtaining legal But absurd as these supposed cases may they are surely no more so than the teacher who has to confess to never made a study of those fundamental principles that underlie the work of all What do you know of the growth and development of the child's Do you mean to say that have never made a study of even the most elementary laws of mind life? How can you to rightly guide the development of the growing mind? How do you know that you are not doing lable mischief your Surely you to seek the aid of those who have had of those who have spent a life-time in the work of training the You can not afford to ignore the advice and aid of great and The ENTERPRISE fears that scores of young men and women now engaged in keeping school would have to plead guilty of never made a of the principles and laws that under- lie their there is no valid reason for such confession of Good books at reasonable prices Teachers need only A teacher who has only a copy of some school some school history and an arithmetic in his or her is as poorly equipped for school work as a physician would be in the attempt of a limb with a One of the most helpful little umes for teachers recently published is Patrick's It is ful in that it stimulates It does not give a lot of rules actual or hypothetical but it sets ers This is a most valuable No matter how good rules may be in in the hands of teachers who do not they are As no two cases occurring in school work are is it impossible to apply rule successfully to each individual must They must understand the fundamental principles of their work and adapt their actions to the actual needs of their school room There never yet was a. successful Migh School HIGH The word analysis class has finished its work and has taken up The state constitution classes were organized this week and are now on city and county The question for debate for the next literary April 12th, is the policy of free trade be adopted by the United The wind swept the school yard clean of every small particle of cleaner than a broom have CENTRALIA HIGH The and literature classes have completed the study of Scott's of the The study of rhetoric was completed this Final examinations were held in arithmetic and grammar this also the regular examinations in general history and The L. L. A. held their regular meeting Friday The immigration be ted for a period oi ten was No meeting will be held till April 12th. Rev. Sabbath March 31, 1895. Morning worship Lonten Bible School 12 m. re- Junior Christian p. m. Y. P. S. C. K. p. livening Worship better a The Symphony Mandolin club will render two of music at the for the E. Rev. J. R. On March 31, 1895, public will be held as Preaching at a. m. Sunday School at m. Junior League at p. m. League Prayer Meeting at p. in. service at Theme for morning service Book of Theme for evening service man for the Tobacco Spit or Smoke Your Life The startling titlo of a book the guaranteed H want to quit and use Braces tip nicotine and Positive euro or Sold by Hill Hook at or mailed The Sterling 4.1 I dolph New 10 St.