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Oregon City Enterprise.
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laud Nonllaf, M.ilimLr sntf V1I.U7.
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In mi tin inUiwliig fetsal I Mi aa
KICIIUY, MYKMIIKK J, IHii.t.
Htatk OmrtaV ViaiT. In rc"xmhe
lu 111 lnitMikn iilciiili 1y Comity
Judge Mi'lilrila lllil Awwor ltrmllcy.
Messrs. (i. Vlnnli. J. I,, l.inkcy, J.
A. IUiliUi and W. (i. HiurtiT iiii'IiiIht
of tli state Ixwnl 11I iimlkiiiii toicd ( evening to lita to the liitrctii,''lit-r-
oir In" last hHluriUy licrai)n on Ihrir j rv program and to witness the dintnlu
as (nun hitVti to I'lirilaixl fur the pur-, tioti il present rrovitliul hv tliei rlnol
hhn ul fiiiMllisrijIng llimisi'lvcs itli
.nin-rty and i I a Villi))- ill and IHI(
the city. Tliry er nirt hy a IIUUiIht
of imr rifirriii who lixik ili-iiur id
showing llii'iii IiuiiI Bii'l in K,vi"K 'I1''11
Hill in(iMHtiMi na tliry i-oiiM. Tin
IxMlil V!W-I Wllill- lllTP t aWl I'ltVllio al
tin. tilt ll fttlll plllKT tllillB lllil l-llt
for a rliliMWtT the WilluiiM-iio FhIIh !-
trio line Tln-y
lllliri'i wtl lliut tl'r'y fu,w "'"I
niiilmt aiir.ilcl ul I In' niiiKiiitinlf ul
Ilia imiiulm-tiiriiiK inlu"tri' IhuIh1
Ih-w. Tliry lo..k Ilm nlpiirlc lint Hint
t-vriiliiii for rortlmul ilitfliilintr to (10
Wlilni!ioii county M a tlu-ir n-turn
Amiiiiik To.. -A ii.c.nlM.r ol the
f'lM omiiilltit of Hut ll.,iiHt .-liiin-ti
ol'lih iMmlf Uu-lr Clirlnlmiia untlii-ruif
n (rruaiiiii fir on". rinKH hr tliu ri'llil
rw t ly, Kluli.a m Tuiwiliiy t,.m
-r (uiirrl In , n,y ni i,,H,
twi'lvii (jVf)titiilt (iiuiilii'a wlio wi-ra uro-
vl'li'd ivilh ini.,,)i.N I'onlrll.iitl Urn
I'vi-iiiii ,ri-vlou. Tim coiniiirtlfu ol
Ilm ('iiiir-nliml 1 lnin h ulivo ImiiiuI
Kiimn ruiMlitMn cxIhIiiik nn4 mo lnr
m rVivi-d thiMn rn ni-cd.
W.llu Kii i.irort run U.ii iH.lr, i, ii,,i
llw li-wrviii,'ollii.riilii4v Inivnui'd okiii
thii ('lillHiiihrii.il- ol fin community iind
"iilliirtHil mom-v whirli Iim til-en NiHint
for liiiuor riiii'li m not iifWlid. "I'U
pity llutt mi li will U lowid n-ndy to
lniHiim upon ijikM imiiire mud kindly
iliHjliittiutatliiiii wlifittlmro la pluiity
ol di-iiumd lorallttiut tki-y run "pare
fioin llmir own iHiniltm, yt it wan
ilaaya mi, am) (he riiK'iire of audi
xron muni arrvn aa aonution to tlio
TllMtK hrollKV IH. Hllllll'tillM-d
whva thn aionna iwn 1o Ixi roiuinK aCI
tlio trtnu w In Ori-jtoa ro almoMt led to
la-limn tlia any inn that it raina all (be
tiinn in (Iri-iton U trui'. Moat pixipln
IkA iii'ou lliti prwt miiiillia aa unilHUaOly
atar.ny.aa IihIikI tticy liavn lii-i-n and
Ih-ii aaki'd aa U ti atorinv davaOm
atrawtir la liailnlly wot lowrr tlian lvo-
tlt'ida. It. II. TuW, ol Ml. IWai.t,
Iih ki'pt a tali on 1ii wi-atlu-r and liia
rai'ord allow that Mince llie lTtliol Sitpt.
otnln-r bImhiI whii'li timtt our atoriny
araaon lii'Kiin, it (ta Wn poaaililn for
man to wmk otit J diMira without irttinu
,rt, over oii-haH ol the time.
Tuna ani Coiiiiiitionb. Tim Trfa
'hyti-rian i-linrcli wiia frowilml on Mwduv
Mooimi'kx K a i. Y MOitriiKi).' Iriit iri.ic! fVunoc
VJII J.1lUlO VOIIIVi)
But once a Year
lire VlHita lav NHKliliorliifr ( II Willi
fur it inetiilwr and wi-ie nil wrl(--nti-r
tHiiu-d. Ii-v. lilioni-y wa jawBcntt-d
hy Ida rotiitrviuliiiri ith an 4li-iant
rliH k.uud iiiHtiy of the ti-nrlii-ra wi-re
rfint-iiilHTid in a Hiiliainntiat way liy
tlu-ir pupil. A rontriliiition of ciinIi and
iiaxful arlii li-a to Ilm valim of alniut f.'M)
a nmdu fur ilti n-lii-f of ni-nly Mtrnoii
and waa ili-(r ilmli-il the (olluwtiig day
wrie oiiwt luvora-iiy i 1 h. i-oiiiiiiimi liavnu that laranch ot
llit- i liiinli wirk in churn".
I'mtkii Aw:i( AN Mkhiami. Thia
i the tiHine of an order which i rnpidly
coining to llie front U UK American
M-crct iMH-ii'tira ita ohji-ct Ik-iiik to pro
mote the wi'lll'i-iiik! ol Ainerirart work
men, liomea aud achiHil The aocieiy
la fraternal in tlmt it provide aick
lieiiril fund of per week and a funeral
Ih lit of K'.VI, the doe hemic 15 cenla
Hr week. It i junpnKed to oranite a
I. nine of thia order here in the m ar
lll.lll m VAillNurox.-l'he()reiroiiin
make the annouiH'eiiieiit that Nut i'.liiin
liaaltlt lor Vhhln.'to and oiler the
folio inn a reaaoii: "The annoiiiira
inetit ol Nat Ulinn'a departure (or Valf
inuton received with mirpriae by
the piihlic, mid hi action wa the aiih
led ol much comment yraterduy. A
uvlitlciiiHti, w ho i UiHK-d to he on '
the Inaide ol government irair, ity:
'Ilium ha l!"ie to Waikinntuii to leatify
In the matter of the Hawaiian muddle.
I'realilellt flevrlalld lieetl all intelliiieilt
ml well-informed ormi to luniiaSi
teatlmony in h-naid to l l y in thia
mailer, and Imvinn heard ol the talent
tliaplayeJ y Ilium in t lifyinte 'r tlx
toii-rnmi nl, ha, it i auii-l w nt for him.'
II Ilium ha none to Wai-lilniiton in con
iirdlon with tl'" Hii'"' 'r',ir it h
piohahly I" take GitMtham'
he M ex-cal.iiid ulliivr gueaovrr to nun-
tiate illi li"',,n ''i"-
Tun SriricwrTt Ilu.iiKB.-Second
Anient rt.aliter lieneral J. Iwrie
11,11 haa noiitled the acveral terminal
,,al,naalero(llie rn )' of the letti.X
,,!, mnlract lor .he N.rrvin of Ilia
null U.n the wvcral nmie ; Irom which
ilm.peura Umt W. H- M.tlx.n, of Viol,
,a. the contract for the tri-weckly aervioe
lawn Oreit-m City
.ml 1.0111111. for which "a
lii vour citv. ujrvio
in Iti'dUnd a
ti:ui.S0 iHir aiinuin
V,n8l SmtUka lw been awardnl
,he On-iron CHy-MuUU conlraci lor .
.UnyrvlceoloneMU round trip tA
,tllI tl.e oir.o.- of Kly, Ci.ru., Mullno
and Ul.f..r wM' r,.'ce,v
"vfM per annum. W. E. Travia of
J,.,..' hu ilia contract for the Ore-
.o,, liiy undMulino route ,., -on which
K ,.t one ilHy a"l r"rl", tt,e
Hi contract f.rice i
. .1 1 ...iniriicta let at thia
41,1,6 will hciiinnextJulV
v ar. tlmt the Oreon City Tm.por.a
yf - - .lulls ImiitH between
S aiileut that would endanger
nan an ,,nri nr been
livi-H ol tiu'ir '"" "'- -
Aam o 1116 ,""4'" . . .
Tlii i rennirkaDie
I li it Itf llllllT L11M
1 ,.f niiBienuera that have
1 1 i, imv r ver hue 10 the
0 leirdutie.andlmve "f
tation for safety on their boa- not
runnNo.it of OreKonty1
U.-ToBoll U WorW.
:," in.rai.h. in book form;, can
V..iihki. Insure you rprop
rlT," IS Aflsurance eompa-
eriU VZoo Ub at9 Wm
y,LonFnE I),AUanN, Aa-cnt,
Oregon City, Oregon.
aai " l"1eent 11a
UN eTrraaUi-ocq iioi
it num. irjdvti.y.
I'avi Co-t-lfS Ktockton
et, SimI-rnwiim o, t ul.
WIllTaah th WIIim'h'II.
Wahminotok. Iic. 'Ji'. There in an
evident uirioHe to hurry the tarilTbill
throiik;h when the houae reaaaemblea.
It ia prohuhle that the eioil will
ul 11 o'cliH'k in the inorniiiK and 1hI un
til 0 at niglil duriiiK the conHidc ration
ol the bill. Many people are urging that
the bill be pawed at an early date, Bo
that buaineBa aiTitira may bo adjusted to
the new condition,. Several democratic
uieinbera ol the Iioiihu who Belied !be
call for a cuuuua on the lurilF bill, do not
believe it w ill now be held.
Frcferrad Tnrkay to freedom.
Ban Fhasi ikco, Pec. "5. Sixty-seven
imtnoii who hail bei-n locked up for
drunkenneBa were ttlvt-n their freedom
tody aa a CIiriHtmua proxent. They
pioteated Hgniuat being releuued, for
turkey dinner wua served at the prison
and the men .wanted Rome of it. Tliry
were forced to accept thoir freedomiow
ever, and mitncbed out murmuring at
their bard luck.
The FjoiidorgMt Trial.
Ciiicaoo, Dec Ttie evidence in the
.I'reiidergiiHt' case wa concluded today.
The arguments will begin Tuesday.
The attorneys for the defense threaten
to attack tliecoiujietency of Juror Murray
on tl.e ground tlmt it is discovered he
was an intimate friend of the late
We offer One Hundred Dollars reward
for any case of Catarrh that cannot be
cured by Hull's Caturrh Cure.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.
We, the undersigned have known F.
J. Cheney for the hist 15 years, and be
lieve him perfectly honorablo in all bus
iness transactions and financially able to
carry out any obligations made by thoir
Wkst & Truax, Wholesale Druggists,
Wai.diko, Kinnan & Marvin, Whole
sale Druggist, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally
acting directly utwn the blood and mu
cous surlacea ot tl.e Ryateni. testi
monials sent free. 1'rlce 75 cents per
bottle. Bold by all UrtigglBts.
ISest flour 75c, per sank, baby shoes
25 cents, ladies laced .cloth, foxed 76
cents, ladies fine button reduoed to$l;
boy's brograns 60 cents, men's plow,
$1.50, Indigo blue prints J8yards$1.00at
the Red Front. Read tU ad.
For One Week Only Ladies fine kid
gloves we sold for $1.25 now 85 cents
at the Red Front's Special rinks. Come
Woodlwrn was the we tie of a iIIbh
Iron tiro Sunday night ami where
tood rami of it III, est block of building
there i nothing now hut a ma ol
charred limber, over which a tall brick
chimney stand guard a a sentinel.
AWiut 7:.'IOtliat evening some passers
by noticed a bright light chining in one
of tdio windows of Ilroce I!ro.' store op
KMite the depot, and tmuing that It wa
a lire they hastened to give the ahum.
It was not ten minutes, however, lie-
lore the whole um story was ablaze
and then came an x plosion which shook
tlis country lor two mile around and
imiiltaneously with it the entire Iront
of the store caved in. The flames now
npread rapidly and with great fury and
store after store was consumed. A bucket
brigade was formed but the small
(uanlity of water It could furnish counted
for nothing In the seething mass of
llames, and lliey neeined to mock the
gallant efforts of the firemen.
As the Are ate it way through the
block the cry went up that the Method
it church wa in danger of being
burned and a score ol willing hands
lent afHinUtice as ladders were put in
l-oailion and a bucket brigade formed
Huckct after bucket of -water was dabed
upon the roof and although one side was
badly scorched the building was finally
saved by most strenuous exertions ol
the citizens. Some -of these suffertx
acveruly from the tat and one, Jade
WagoiMir, fainted and had to be carried
to the ground.
When the extent of the fire in Bruce
Ilros store was seen .people further down
in the block tieganto move out rhat
they could of the contents of the i,iorca
and quite an amount of goods Was etled
from the fire, only to be ruined by the
drenching rain which fell during ".e
About 10 o'clock the flames subsided
and tlNrkncBS ana ti.'Hoiution replied
over Uie Siot which was once Woodhurn's
buBivt quarter. Then the cilixens lie
gan to realize what the lack of an ade
quate ntor iinily means but too lute.
The following i a list of the Ioskc of
each firm, togelbor with the insurance
Hroce Ilros. ', ;general merchandise
Ions from f.'Kl.tWOo $40,000; insurance
K. J. Knight, ipaints and oils, loss
$1,5(10; Insurance $1,000.
C. Anderson, harness store, $."A0; fully
F. A.Ford, toys, express office, $1,500;
I). L. Ogle, shoe store, $1,500; fully
1. A. Cochran, building, $810; insur
W. L. Tome, three buildings, fl.oOO;
J. ANI,niglit ard L. 8. Brown, bar
ber shop, loss of each about $1HJ; no
There were also two barna bnrned.
the loss being probably $150.
Rickseck- TIiih "old hoft
nut" fciiying ajv
jx-ars wjiially well
for 4th of July,
any other Holi
day we feci like
olttcrving in a
manner than we
can well afl'ord.
'ut Xmafl of all
tiim-u in when we
our friends with
There U no use
in spending a
Barge HUin-a small
gift, if it be tanty,
is an much appre
ciated an a costly
Our line of
fumery in com
and everything in
the way of plain
and fancy bottles
of this popular
C. G. HUNTLEY,
Oregon City, Oregon.
Opening a New
Ledger for 1894 P
TH0S. CHARM AN & SON,'
JUST : ARRIVED!
' it A COMPLETE LINE OF ,
tn 0. Klfinf iir innlfofo
Direct from New York consisting of
Ladies' Cloaks in all Styles and Misses' and
Children's in all Patterns
FULL LINE OF DRESS GOODS!
Hop Sackings, Whip Cords, Cash
meres and Henriettas.
Remember that we are
agents for the Miller
Megee jiocket Hat oixming
Ixioks the bestmade: alno
wo are wiling a book
which opens nearly flat at
less price than you used J
to pay for those miserable
things that required a
curved pen holder Us get
down into the Scents"
rpace. Come in and ex
amine them. We guaran
tee both books and (prices. I
We can furmVh you "with
filing caies, stub files,
Shannon files, topying
books, letter presues and
i all ollice Bupjilies
AtWuntley's Book Store,
ext d(Kr to Ccm. Rartk,
We have a new and complete stock o'
Of the very Latest Styles.
Call and see our stock before purchasing as it is the largest and newest
styles in the market.
TH0S. CHARMAN & SON.
SEVENTH - STREET BAKERY
Lunch and Hot Coffee at Every Hour of the Day.
All Kinds of Cake tViade to Order
AND ORNAMENTED FREE OF CIIAGE.
teT LEAVE TOUR ORDERS FOli THE HOLIDAYS.
Jacob Kober, Proprietor.
th, there Will bepri
a bonne, f moet inl
Drama and Operetta.
. presented Al Hljivelys
under the auspices of the Catholic soci
ety, which wNM lui'tmh a laughable farce
entitled "The Little rhimney Pweep,"
or "Honesty the flew Policy," and the
operetta, "(own ofvirtue' or'Coro
nation " Beside Uiefetnire8ting lea
tures ol the program there will be reci
tations and simgs by the chidren of the
school and music by the fitUjexdiestia,
so that all who no will be cerltiiiHnfa
rich, treat. Admission, reserved eats
3S cents, genera), 25 cents. Curtnn will
rise st S o'clock . Reserved seats at the1
Lack of Exercise
Is one of the prime caunes of headache
in the winter. Persons accustomed to
the pure fresh air during the plewant
months are subject to this terrible an
noyance at tliis time of the year. A
boon is offered in Kjrai'sk's IIkabachk
Cm'sui.ks, which is guaranteed toure
anv kind of a headuciie no matter what
the cause. Headache caused by overin
dulgence in food orirink late at night,
can be prevented by taking one Cap
sulk before retiring and one in the
morning. 25 cts. nor box. tor sale by
Charmun & Co.. City Prog store, Ore
gon City, Or.
Is Your Laundry Hell Done!
Nntliimr exasneratea a nerson so much
as to have a tine white garment returned
from tl.e laundry yellow and mussy.
buttons hall ott ami in a eonuuion not.
lit to wear. The Tro Steam Laundry
sends out none but first elms work
trial order will convince yon. Ultice
with K. A. Waddoek. Kt ollice build
ing. Bundles left Tuesday evening will
be returned Saturday morning.
D A VIES
W-ould bo pleased to ee hisffriends
.and patrons in his new
Third and Morrison Streets,
v'Pver Golden Rule Bazaar.
Oregon City Fish Market opposite cor
ner from Pope's hardware store, carries
full stock ol fish,' poultry, and game in
season. Oysters and salt-water fish re
ceived fresh from the coast. Orders
promptly filled. R. T. Hiimphrys.
Dwelling houses for rent in all parts
of the city. Houses and terms to suit.
Captain Sweeney, U. 8. A., San Diego,
Cal., says: "Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy
ia Ilm tirxt medii-ine I have ever found
that would do me any good." Price 50
cU.Sold by C. G. Huntley.
1800 mile of loi.g dis
tance telephone wire in
Oregon and Washington
now in operation -by the
Oregon Teleplxaneand Tel
Portland, Staittie, Spo
kane, Tacoma, Srilt-m,
Walla Walla, Pendleton,
Albany and 9C odaer towns
in the two states on the
Quick, accurate, cheap.
All the satisfactitn .of a
'Dsstance in ellect on a
Siucie as asatdljr heard .aa
Orqgon City .affioe at 1
Huntleys Drug Store.
J. H. THATCHER, MANAGER,
Portland, - - - Oregon.
Do You Need a Legal Blank ?
The ENTERPRISE has the only complete stock
in Clackamas county.
Nearly 200 Different Blanks
to Make Selections From.
Every kind of a blank needed by a Judge, Jus
tice, Lawyer, Real Estate Dealer, Farmer or
One or a Quantity Sent POSTAGE PAID at Portland
Prices to Your Address.
W. H. COOKE. Manager,
Suocessnr to U. II T. U Ka.
Corner Fourth and Main Streets,
The LEADING LIVERY STABLE
of the City. Riga of any description
furnished on short notice.
All kinds of Truck and Deliverf Eusl
ness promptly attended to.
Horses Boarded and Fed on reason
MOLALLA GRANGE, NO. 40, P. ot ML
Meet, at their hall at Wright's Bridge oa the
accnud Saturday ol eactl laonm at lu a. B
Fellow member! made welcome.
J a. Nelson, Master.
E H. Cooram Bee,
WARNEtt GRANUE. No. 117. P. of H.
Meet fourth Saturday of each month, at their
ball ia New v. v. vv unama. Matter
Mrs. May WaJUren, 8ee')
8T. PAtILe CHl'KCH-Episcoiial-Rev. J. A.
Eckslormf aator. Services at 11 o'clock a m end
':.) p. sb. Prayer service every Wedueiday
FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. Rev.
Pastor sulie.l. Services at 11 A. M. and
7:30 p. M. Sunday School after morning
service. Ptayer meeting Wednesday evening at
7:80o,clock. Prayer meeting of Young People.!
Society of-Chrlstian Endeavor every Sunday
eveuiug atJC prampU
FIRST BAPTIST CHOrtCH. Rsv. GilmaS
Park ca Panor Morning Service at 11 :Snuday
School at IMi; Evening Service S:M0; Regular
prayer meeting Wednesday evening. Monthly
Covenaut Meeting every Wednesday evening
preceding the first Sunday lu the month. A
ooruial Invitation to all.
ST. JOHN CHURCH. CATHOLIC Rgv. A.
Hi LLC brand, Pastor. Ou Sunday massal 8 aud
I0.H0 a. H. Every second and fourth Sunday
Germau sermon after the 8 o'clock mass
At all otheraiasses English sermous. Sunday
School at -i:.iu r. M. Vespers, apologetlcal
ubjecta, and Benediction at 7:30 T. u.
METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH.-Rkv
G. Sykis, 'Paetnr. Morning service at 11:
Sunday School at 10:00. CUas meeting alter
morning service. Evening service at 7:3a
Epwnrth Leagu6 meeting Sunday evening at
8:30; Prayer Meeting Thursday evening at 6:30.
strangers cordially Invited.
FIRST PREHBYTERIAN CHURCH. RKV. G.
W. Uibonry, Pnstor. Services at 11 A. N. aud
7:30 p. M. Sabbath School at 10 a. M. Young
People's Society of Christian Endeavor meets
every Sunday -evening at 6:30. Wednesday
evening prayer meetiug at 7:80, Seats free.
EVANGlLICAtOHTRCH GERMAN ACO.
rniit, Pastor. Preaching services every
unday at A. M and 7:30 P. M.
Sabbath achool every Siimlay at 10 A. M. (John
alarrlsberger, Busit.) Weekly Prayer Meetiug
every WednesdR7 evening
CNITEH BRETHREN IN CH RIST.-Preach-twg
every Sunday, except third SiimUy of each
month, at 11:00 a. m. aud 7.30 p m.-W H stc
I.atm, Pastor, Sanday school at 10 a. m.-1. D,
Simrcs, Superintendent. Prayer meeting every
MULTNOMAH LODGE, NO. 1, A. F A A. M..
Holds Its regular communications on fir
and third Saturdays of each month at 7:30 p. a
Brethren In good ataudlngarc invited to attend
L. L. PORTER, W. M.
T. F. RYAN. secretary.
OatEUON CITV BOARD OF TRADE.
Meet at Court House on Second Monday la
each mouth. VieHors welcome.
F. E. DONALUWON, GEO. C BROWNEI.L
Secretary. , President
GAVEL LODGE, NO. SIS, A O. U. W
Meets second and fourth Saturday evenings at
Knlght'st ball. Canby. Visiting brothers made
E. Carlton, A R Shank
Recorder. Master Workman.
ST. JOHN'S BRANCH, NO. M7, C. K. of A.
Meets every Tuesday eveuiug at their hall
Corner Main aud Tenth. Streets, Oregon City.
Matt. Jvsriji.lsec'y. T. W. Sullivan, Prea.
Clacksmss Chapter No. 2. R. A. M. Regular
Convocation thirl Monday of the month at 7:31
H. 8. STRANGE, H. P.
G L Gray, Sec'v.
OREGON LODGE, No. 3. IO. O. F.
Meets everv Thni-sdsv even.K at 7:.i o'clock
P. H. In the OcM Kellon-s' Hall, Main street.
Members of the Order are inrited to attend.
GEO. C. ELY, N. G.
Thoa, Ryan, Secretary.
OSWEGO LODGE, NO 93, I. O. O. F
Meets at Odd Fellow's hall, Oswego, every
Saturday evening. Visiting brethren made
weli-ome. G. W. PROSSER, N. G.
J. F. RtsLKY. Sec.
FALLS ENCAMPMENT, No. 4. I. O. O. F.
Meets lirst snd third Tuesdtysof each month,
at Odd Fellows hall. Members and visiting
patriarchs, cordially Invited to attend.
J A. STEWART, W. H HOWELL,
Scribe. Chief Patriarch.
WACHENO TRII1E, NO 13.
Meets Tuesday evening at A,0. IT. W. Hall. Vis
iting members invited. J. H. Howard,
Chas. Kelly, C. of K.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD.
Willamette Falls Camp No. 148. meets 2.1 an 1
4th Tuesday nights in each mouth lo K. of P.
hah. Visiting neighbors uisde welcome.
K. E. Martin. Clerk. E. M. Hands, C. C.
SUNRISE LODGE. NO. 43. A. O. V. W ,
Meets every second and fourth Saturday ot each
mouth at Wilsouville, Oregon.
HSNRY MlLIY M. W.
C. T. Tools, Recorder.
PIG IRON LODGE NO. 185, A. O. IT. W.
Meets every Thursday evening at Odd Fellowl
hall. Oswego. Visiting bretbran always wel
come. J. U. Campbell
K. Strauss, Recorder. M. W.
MOLALLA LODGE No. 40, A. O. U. W.
Meets first and third Saturday In each v.on'
at school house. Visltiug members made vn
oome. . T. 8. STirr, M. .
1. W. THOMAS, RCC.
FALLS CITY LODGE OF A.O V. W.
Meets every Saturday evening of each month
in A. O U. W. ball 7th 6L All sojourning
brethren cordially Invited to attend.
D. CAUF1ELD, M. Vf.
Geo CAt.irr, Recorder.
VfirKTAlv Hrwi-r-r M i
Regular meeting second Wednesday In each
month at engine hou 'C, east side Malu ot.,, l,
between Seventh aud Eighth.
J. W, Stewart, Sec. H. Straioht, F'rm.
M. P. Cjiunn, Foreman.