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lilt: MIX K NKNATK.
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Tint iiaiiiilciorrlsoa n. huh U miimlit
went varied m Ilia I nut iiiiiIiij( by tint
in trtxl ml It tn nf iiHiiiiriil citIiiikiiIch In
vluilliitf k llturary irowrmti of mom tliun
iihiiuI ln(irHt. Tint kI"" nluli wiu itix-
I'lltHllll Nllilml 111 (lilt ( (liu IllllTfNt of
ll.u wcunloii by lliclr liiNlrlti music.
A rm llnilun t.y i:. J. Mi Kltirii k was
linlrlily ronilnrml Ntul lUtt'iiml to with
timrkml ulit'iitlon. Tim limiiKiiml mltlrvmi
o( rrimlilmit Aii.eron was, vihI tliiinn
Ii'rtlly iiIhihIiI mul it einlirmcl
loviiml lniHirltil 1111I1II0 (inintliriiH with
mind utluruncr tliorwun It U livro ulvtm
Following tlio liimiKiiml mmu:Ii the
otli ot olllt wit iiliiilnUuirtnJ by Col.
It. A. Mlllnr, tint retiring president of
lh wmitii, flr willed K-i lini of in
tmt ami uiatkrd alillliy worn mud by
C. II. Fy" 'reiili'iil of the avimle), J)r,
V, K. C'urll, tht) ri'tirlnn pri'dlili'iit oil lie
t'lilted Hlalt, Col. It. A. Miller, Ida re
tiring iri'ldi'iil of the senate, and otliom.
Tl'e new ollkvra, a noti hIxjvo, were
llieii Installed Including Jm, 1', hliawan
argcanl-at arum and iio. ltlneamou
cleik. ltoulliio biiHliivca wan then tuken
Up followed by tlie iliBeuiwInii ol Kenalor
KIikw's aeveiileriith ainemliiiHiit to the
constitution granting to women tlio riglil
loVoUi. 'Alleran litreeting iliMMiminii
a Vole wan In ken of Ilia Uille in Ilia
aildieiiea ainl it wuh found tliut all bill
two were In favor of the amendment.
Tlio vole of tlie aeiiNlH wan then taken
and remilUul In I ho amendment' ut
lug by a mujority of one.
The ipieetion fur diM-tuialnh at the nuxt
lueetlng ia llie National Hank.
Muslims r Ai'i'KHwj.H'a adihikm.
In bill inaugural address tlio reahlent
oleel auld :
(iKXrl.KMKN or TIIK Ha'NATK ANII KlCtOXlW
In atvordmuo with a t'lintom (hat ban
jirevaileil in tliU ruiiiitfjr tinea the
election of tba jirt'eidt'tit ol the I' oiled
hlutet under our coiietiliitiou, I ajiH-ur
U'furo you at Oil lima fur tlie ure
of bnelly addreteing you, and to au
tumn in yjur ireemn the obliga
lion and iluiiea Incumbent iixm the
cboM-n thief executive- of the Tailed
FtiUri of America.
TIU riNAfd IAL g.l'KHTIUN.(
Coining aa we do into thla Munition, at
a time lieu our people all over thia land
ar auliering fur want of remunerative
employment, and when tunre la din' rut
and fear on the part of the h'I; wlien
the capllalltta a.ew It holding their mean
from the, ordinary avenuvi of buxineea,
thereby crippling and greatly retarding
the Industrie" and bnniiunt of our Mople,
I dwiii it ineuinbent upon mywlf to
unie uon you, ai the law-making branch
of Dili government, that you thoulj at
onee endeavor to reaiore confldenre and
therehy om up the indimtrlea of thia
country, to Unit our artisans and lahorera
iiiuv aguin Hud remunerative employ
ment. TIiIh, in my liidu'iiicnt, can only
lie brought about by the lawmakera of
thla country at once Ukimt null action,
aa will immudiaiely atop all unnectHary
expenditure of the peuple'a money, and
thuieby bring iheexpeniietof the govern
ment within it available reimurce. I
am of the op!iion tlmt you ahutild pro
vide lor Ibe iminedlule uoiiiNge of the
Mugnorago of the tilver bullion now
iield in the treasury, to a to provide the
money nceary to nivt the deficit
The Hjlhy of imulng interett bearing
bomli to meet the. current expentea of
the government in time of peaoe, tloct
not meet v. ith iny approval.
TDK TAKirr Ul'KRTION.
We are imprewied w ith the importance
of thlniuetiim. The larill lawt thould
be to framed and maintaliMd, that they
will tecum to our producer, laborer and
aflnunt, inployment at K'l waa,
and thuieby aMHiire lo thorn the
meant whereby they ciin tecure for
theniHelve and fitmillea, comfoitablu
boo i el with tbn mean iieceHtry fur
their tupport and education, with a
reanoiiHhle proKpect for them lo lay up a
Milhi'ient amount, no tluit thould tii knens
or mitfortuiM) overtake them, they would
not be demit ute, and at tlio tame lime
providing a aullicieut amount of revenue
to meet the expen' of thin government
t'I'ON TIIK UCKtTION OK AlMJl'lHINd NKW
It teemt to me tlmt the rapid develop
Client and growth of thia country in the
pat, in population, agriculture, mining
and manufacturing indiiKtriet at well at
our commercial iiileretta, Imve clearly
demon! rated the wlHilom and fore
thought that intlm-nced the great men of
our country, to from time to lime make
acceoHion and iicqmro additional terri
tory, It Ht'i'iiiH to me that wo nt no
dlHtiint period of time, will recognize the
great Importance for u to exeit anil em
brace eyury honorable opportunity that
we may have to extend our borders all
over all of North America, Contral
America and the adjacent Inland of the
poa. Tlio peonlo of .till country recog
nize the mintuko thftt wag mailt) when
our chief muglHtrate a few yearB since
reftiHod to allow the senate of the United
State to perfect and ratify A treaty with
the republic of Nicaragua, whereby we
lout the favorablo opiortuiiity of acquir
ing control of one of the greatest outlet
for the product of this great and grow
ing part of North America; It alo
teemt clear to my mind that at no die-
liint date our people will regret the action
recenlly tuken by the chief executive In
Mlteniptliig to rcNlorn to iower the de-
poNcd ip n o( tlm Handwich Inland. I
would euruently urgo upon you the Im
portance and t hit necetxlty for you to
lake anch acllon and embrace every rf
portunlly contitlent with our riNlional
honor, a will remedy the mlNliikt re
The action of tlm ml in I ml In charge of
the American linvul force at Km Janeiro
In giving to American hlp in thorn
wler proleclion agiiluHl the iinreuton
thle rlaimt ot Admiral iMiatna, meet
w h my approval, arid entitle Admiral
lleriham to lie commeded for the honor
able cou rue which be ha taken,
I would larnetlv recommend that
you iimke a liberal approritiont aa
the financial condition ol the treatury
will admit of far the Improvement of our
river and harbora.
In ooucl union, I rarnenly commend to
your consideration the want and nee
ailhr ol our people, I-t u ttrlve to
gel her for their advancement, their pro
Nriiy and Imppine. If we ahould in
ny wy tecure for them that irorlty
and happlm-ii tlmt every good and law
ahidiug ciliieu of thia free coiiuiry it
Junlly entitled to, then e would and
thould feel ournelven amply repaid for
oiireirort In their behalf.
(ieiilli inen of the nenata; I detlre to
ex pre to you my aincera thankt and
appreciation for the gn-at honor which
you hum conferred upon m. Having
the uluioet colilldence ill voiir h ibiIijiii,
ability and loyalty to a free anil hide
enlent vople; I triint you will ever
find me a your chief executive, cheer
fully alrivlng with you for the advance
ment, huppinut and prox'rity of our
Wacheno Tribe No. lit, I. O. li. M., i
preparing lo give an entertainment in
the near future, uml a the Itcdmcn't en
lerla riinentH are alway a grand tiu-ce,
ihlt one may Ixt looked forward lo at an
event lo ecliptu all former undertaking.
On hint Tui-H.hiv the Iribe wavinled by
Urotlii-r J. Moore, of Modoc Xo. I, for
the purxxie of inducing Wtcheno N'o. 13
to enter into comxlitiun for atro by lo
he given to the Ih-mI team in the rciicrva
llon that give the bent work in the
adoption degree: alto by lira. Wildye,
of Minnehaha No. 2, and llro. Ir. Paul
J. A. Kemler, of Willamette No. t, and
editor of .the Arrow, the olllcial organ of
the order, I'orllend. The brother ad-dn-aned
the order in pleaing manner,
and infuted contiderable intarett into tlie
Menu. Tierce and lawrence were
aioutid on Tbuniday with a remonotraiH
which they Were circulating aiueng the
nteidenta of Fall View proteating aguinxt
allowing cowl to run at large In thai
pait ol the city. When thown to an
Kntkhckiik reporter it contained nearly
all of the resident' name. Many who
had previously tinned the petition to al
io cow lo run tigned the rcmonhtrance
a t lio y claimed Ilia', the other had been
mitre presented to them.
Tuesday morning J. W. llatdorf went
up lo the wood camp at the mouth of the
Tualatin and act about forty men at work
cutting cordwood on the big contract
trad which be ha from the electric
company. There were about fifty-live
men waiting for a job and he had to dit
apoint tome of them. The employ
ment of even thia numlter will be a boon
to the laboring men of tbi city.
II. Z. Ilurkhart and wife have en
gaged berth (or San Francisco unin tlie
Htttte of California for Saturday. They
will bo aocompanied bv their eon,
Frank. They leave a large circle of
warm friend here who w ill be eorry to
have them go.
The anow which fell along the Wil
lamette Sunday to the depth of about
four iucliet wa Reveral inches deeper
back on the hill, but by Tuesday morn
ing there wa but little left to remind one
of the cold and wintry blast of the Kat.
Mis llertba (.'base, who bo been pop
ping in tbi city with her aunt, Mr. K.
I). Wilton, left Thursday afternoon for
her home in Colfax mu:h lo the regret of
her acquaintance here who have enjoyed
her visit very much.
Rev. Cowan of Tabor, Iowa, baa ac
cepted the call extended lo him by the
Congregational church of tbi city and it
expected to arrive in about a month to
assume, the duties In connection with bis
0. P. Miller has secured the large upper
room back of the I. O. 0. F. hall and i
having it fitted up for hi personal use,
having moved up from Portland for the
purpose of living and working in Oregon
Co. . made a fine appearance us they
marched down the Btreet led by the
Willamette Kilver Cornet band yester
day when they were out on their parade
for the Bhow in the evening.
Mrs. L. C, I'rigg intends leaving for
Calilornia to return with her mother who
ha been Hponding the winter there and
who Is in very poor health.
Assessor J. C. Bradley la gotting hi
hook ready to start out assessing for
181)4 on the first Monday in March which
is the time fixed by law.
The railroad company are aguin en
gaged in removing dirt from the foot of
the bluff, in their yard here, which is
being used for ballast.
(Jlmslly Find If True,
Tlm Telegram of Saturday note that
a liuimin eye, frenhly torn from it
socket, with hits of Ib'xli banging to It
and a drop or two of undrind blood mark
ing the (dace where It lay, wa found by
the brakemun of the Southern Pacific
north bound overland piiHsenger train
on the fiont platform of the tiiull car
Just after It left Oregon City. An ex
amination showed it lo lie a licrfcct
human eye, and that it hud been lot-t by
Its owner but a short time before, but
there wa nothing to show how it was
lost, nor who wasilt owner. The brake
mun notified the conductor and other
trainmen, who pronounced It the eye
of a human being, and at the L-ttreet
dcot, on the east tide, a number of the
passenger examined it.
No one could furnish an explanation
of it peculiar location. The theory wt
mggesled that the engine might have
struck some eron, crushing hit head,
forcing the eye from the socket. The
mall car waa one car removed from the
engine, a fruit car being between it and
the lender. Keveral hobo were riding
Ibe blind baggage last night, and It i
not improbable that (he !io!k engaged
in a fight, and one gouged out an eye of
Ileal F.lale Transfer.
I.it of transfer for week ending Feb
II P Walker to Andrew J Walker
undivided ' of 0 acre in the aA
I hitcomb ) I. C No3H, 1 1 , r 1 e
in sec .'HI 1
Oregon Iron A Hieel Co to Joseph
MrConnell lot IX), blk 01 in ill ex
tent ion to 0 I A 6 Co' first ad to
Ira W Lacey to Mary Ann Ijicey
.'LI). 1!1 acre acres in tecs 10 and
17. Hi, r 4e
Kliner K Charman, U'tia A Char
msn, Mary M Charman to F V
Puttksiiiier lot 1, 2, 3, and 4, blk
It, Clackama lleigiit
Surah M McCown lo II T Slalen
lot 7 and 8 blk 5 in (iladstoiie
S M Mi ow n to Carl Y. Ohleen lot
20 in blk 10 in (iladstoiie
Widow !e Waele, heir at law of
I.eojsied Dick by her attorney in
fai t to Theresa Schavele l.W
acre in F II ColUrd I L C in t
3 r 1 e
M II Knelling and wife to Harah
Kesterson and William Keaterton
ne4' of nw U of tec 25, 1 1 , r 3 e
con 40 acre
Jacob Roap to Katie S Wolfei part
of Wm Donaldson't D L C in tec
4. t 5 t, r 1 24
Willamette I-and Co to M M Butt
lolt 3 and 4 blk 4 Park Place :00
Albert llat.bart to Figi'ne Kellen
lierger lot 2 blk 17 in the Oregon
City Annex 150
Ira Olxen to Annie 0 Olsen tlie un
divided f 01 32 1
5 t, r 1 e con 80 acre 1
Peter Rediger lo Thoma B Killen
10 acre in I V Murray's I L C in
sec 7, t 5 a, r le
i Joseph Rue and wife lo Edw.rd
lUtdorf lot 6 blk 81 in Oregon
O W Taylor and J M Taylor and
wife to J T Apwrson 7.80 in acre
in the Hiiam Straight DLC tec
29t2, r2e 475
Sarah M McCown to Helen B M
Kinesrmm lots.1, 4, 0, 6, 15, 10, 17
and 18 in blk 16 Gladstone 1200
J P Olsen and wile to Christina
Haag ni of sw i of sec 28 t 4 s,
r3 e 1 2200
Is Your Title Uoodt
Tbrouith carelessly drawn deed and
iinerfect donation land claim tnrveys,
title to may tracts of land ia clouded,
(let an absolutely correct abstract before
purchasing, of H. J. Thorue'a Numerical
System of Title AbstracU. Office in the
Juggar building, opposite lluntiey's
! Tl. ... -I.. l.d,.l nlfl..A lias V....n rk.
lll'lll O iutii nv v.i.vv ... ..
moved to the Jagger building, opposite
Huntley's drug store, where they are
prepared to furnisu abstracts on short
notice and guarantee ihem to be corroct.
Workmen are now busy getting the
new pump in place and it ia exected
that it will be ready for trial by the last
of next week or the first of the week af
ter. When it is in rnnning ordor insur
ance rates in the city ought to be re
duced. If the machinery works at con
templated the service will be excellent
and unsurpassed in any town on the
Max Scbiilpiu returned from a flying
trip up the river to hi old home Tues
Our Candid Advice.
It is seldom that we appear in the
roll of spiritual adviser or family rhysi
cian, but there are times when we feel
satisfied in calling the attention of our
many subscriber to an article of true
merit. We feel justified in eayimr that
Muoro's Revealed Remedy contains
more actual merit than any medicine
it has ever been our good fortune to
test. One trial bottle will make you as
enthusiastic as the writer. For sale by
Rncklen' Arnica Salve.
The Rest Salve in the world for Cuts,
P.ruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum,
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands,
Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup
tions, and positively cures Piles, or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction, or money refunded.
Price 25 cents per box. For sale by U
Want to be Ttai-lier
Following it the list of applicant for
certificates, whoaie now undergoing ex-
j (initiation at the court house with iiHr-
Intendi nt (iibson, (ieo. L. Story and
M s Fannie, I orter a examiner:
liosieM. Wells, Klla 1. Knight, Ada
Hughe, Katie Doolittle, Mattie Gray,
Minnie Joehnke, Maggie Watenpsiigh,
Corn I-inon, Annie Donahue, Mury
liosch, Knimt Yoder, Joie Fullerion,
Georgia Ruth, Mr. M. E. Zeek, Klla
Itutter, Cora Martin, Rett ha A. Dueling,
Hattie Teegarden- Larella Marshall,
Artie Seaman, llilma Willing. Theresa
Orr, Aiice William, Jennie Noble,
liirdie (iulentine, Lizzie Illig, Eliza
Steven, Flvira Lee, Belle Jones, Lor a
M. Shuck, I'hema McDonald, Mary
Young, Julia Young, Lee Rogers, L. L.
(iribble, K. M. Ward, Harry W. Oard,
John L. Uard, Ada Oard, Elsie Bray ton,
Alice Olson, II. F:. Skirvin, John Collatt,
Kalie Feather, J. tl . Imel, Amos Card,
8. M. Tomlinson, Dudley Boyle, Edgar
Steven, Daisy Danvr, Levy Stipp, II
M. Switzer, Marian L. Fernley, Mary
Daviea, William Hankint, P. Coleman,
Aletha Pbelp, Flb-nora Redberg, Law
ton L. Mxre, Hattie Oinlher, Henrietta
llolcomb, Bertha Knight, Bertha
Urihblo, Thoma Davie.
On Saturday evening there will be a
theattical entertainment at the school
house at Park Place to which the public
is invited. A pleasant time ia assured
Admission 10 cent.
M. C. Livermore exs-ct to ttart for
Concur dia. Kansas, next Monday, lo re
turn to bit faim there, which he bat had
rented for several year.
Oregon City fire company No. 3, or a
it is better known, the hill company, will
hold it annual meeting and election next
That sign for "OurBo" on the bill
board near Sixth alreet i tlie workof
Howard, the artist, and it is a dandy.
Born, On F'ebruary 4th, to Mr. and
Mrs (i W. Hoflsteter. a daughter.
V Your V
I Heart's Blood I
Is the most Important part of
C3 your organism. Three-fourths of tJ
the complaint to which the ty- JL
w tern is subject are due to impuri- y
ties in the blood. You can, there-
TJ fore, realize bow vital it is to I
Keen It Pure V
m .. .. . r :r
T ror wnicn purpose nothing can
It eflectully re- ft
n n rm ,mriliritl
Si cleanses the blood thoroughly V
- I, 1 1 ... 1 1
. m anu uuiiaa up inc general ncaun, mm
Out Tiyll im Blood ud Skla diMva auilcd
V SlfrSPEtlFICtO, tab. 6i V
Iu lb County Court ol the 8tie of Oref oo tor
the Cnuutr ol Clackamst.
In the matter ol thei Citation lo Heirs and De
ntate u( laviil viseea aud all others
Williams, o c'd. nnknowu
To the HherifT of the County of Clackamai or
any other Sheriff to whom these prenti
phall eome lireetinir;
In the nsme ol the 8tate ol Oitkod; You are
hereby reiulred to rite Mehsla Amanila
Teelr, Msry Oravet, Paviil B. Tope, Kruest K.
Poi, pauli-1 K. Pope. Hanlte H. A. Pope, and
dart-tire Kloyd. helm ami devlneea nl said
llavld Williams, ami to all other unknown helm
or devlM'ea, II any nurh there he. lo be and ap
pear iu the County Court nl the slate ol Oregoa
for the county ol CUrknnisa, at the court room
thereof at the court house iu Oregon City, in
the ssld sountv ol Clackamas, on Monday, the
.1th dayol March, A. II. lssH, at 10 o'clock in the
forenoon of that day, the:i ami there to show
cause II any exist why an order ol sale should
not tie made as prayed for in the petition of the
administrator of said estate of certain lands to
said estate belonging-, to pay claims against ssld
estate, expenses of administration aud taxes:
which pi'iltion is now on file in said Court, and
u which netitioti the land asked to be told is
described as follows, tn wit-
The north half of the smith west quarter ol
section teu in township tour, south of range one
east, in the district ol ls-jcl subject to sale at
Oregon City, Oregon, eontaiiiliig eighty acres.
Also, the following described tract: the north
west quarter ol the south east quarter ol sec
tion ten (10), township four south, range one
east, containing 40 acres, more of less, being in
all one hundred aud tweuty acres, more or less.
Wltueas the Honorable John W. Meldrum,
Judseof the County Court of the State of Ore
gon, fur the comity of Clackamas, this 30th day
of January, ltM. JOHN W. MEI.DKt'M,
Slate of Oregon, County ol Clackamas.
I, Deo. K. Ilonon. County Clerk of the above
named county and state, and Clerk ol the Cir
cuit Court of the county of Clackamas and state
of Orck'ou, do hereby certify that the foregolug
eoov ot citation has beeu by me oompnred
with the original, and that II Is a correct tran
script therelniin, and of the whole of such orig
inal citation, as the same appears on file iu niv
olllce and In my care and custody. Ia testi
mony whereof I have hereunto set my hand
(Seal) and altixed the sell of said Court this
DOth dayol January, A. u, ixv.
UKO. F. IIOKTON. Clerk.
S-2.S-I By H. 8. Stkaniik, Deputy.
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1 this rrar. Mtd nmko up for kmt llm
gv you many valuable hlnoi it
atwut wbat lo ralM and bow lo i I
nunrli. It contains InforaiavXy
Oon lo r bad from no otburjr J
tourr. FrM la uXL f
p. M. Ferry ktoS
i FBii mm w
Tubular lantern 4 h; 1 gal. jug Kc; 1 gal. stone rnilk pan lOn.j
12 bunched rnatchi! 2'c; mixed tea 22c.; mixed candy 10c.; flour per
barrel 2.75; 10 lb. Ix-Ht granulated rnitjar 11; liquid nhoe dmming IOij.
good roast cofTee 2"c; 2 lb choice uncolored tea 7.x;.; good green tea f;(te.
5 gal oil C-rc. (can extra); New Orleans molasses?, cbeapest to thn bet.
Misses 25c. 1iohj to 1-lc; ladie 2."c. glove Uj 13c.; boys flboeH 10 tt
2 were $1.35 cut to 11; men' $1.20 underwear to 87c; ladiw f 1 under
wear to fJc; 60c. underwear to 30c; goHarner imperfect 25c; ladie
and childa wofjl mittens cut to 10c; menu 75c. glovea cut to 57.; ruij
leru leggings to 7c.
White wool yarn cut to 50c. per pound; Fhaker flannel cut to 13 jt.
$1; blanketi), ohawls and corBctfl reduced; Some 50c. pieces of dretif
goodH to clone at cost; ee the good you can get for 20c, 24c. and lflo.j
Ixiyg hip rubber boots 2 and 3 at $2; ladies' low rubbers 20c; commor
rubbers 35c; storm rubbers 50c; silk thref d Sc.; 7 spools cotton thread
25c; needles lc. ir package; 5c pencil sharpeners lc; misses glove
to cloHe at 5c; buttons lc. per dozen; cotton socks 5c; overshirts reduced; .
hammers 25c; boys' 50c. caps now 10c; niinse $5 cloaks now $1; mi.w
rubbers 1, 1 i and 2 cut to 10c; $ 1 albums to close at 50c; boys' Barlovf
knives 10c; 25c brooms cut to 17c; zephyr 6c. a skein; maple syrup
to clone at cost; miHues skirts cut to 10c; ladies' skirts cut to 24c; shoe
also at hard times prices.
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Iu the County llotirt ol the 8tW of Oregon for
toe County of Clackamai
In the matter of the estate of Reuben Roots.
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8T. PAl'L'8 CHl'Kt:H-Episcopal- Rey. J. 4.
EekKtorm fastnr. Services at Uo'clnek a ln smt
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FIKST CONGKfiGATIONAL CHURCH. Has.
Pa'ior supplied. Services at 11 a. . aixl
7:80 r. M. SMtiday Sehnnl after nionimv
service. Ptayer mcetink WeduesdBy eveuina Ht
7:S0o.clock. Prayer meeting ol Young People.
Society ol Christian Endeavor every Sunday
eveninK at 6 prempt.
PIKST BAPTIST CHUriCH. Rv. Oii.mah
Pikkr Pastor Morulug Service at ll:Stind ly
Schnnl at 12-lf; Ewilne Service M; RitRtiftf
prayer rueetiun Wednesday eveniug. Moiuliiy
Covenant Meeting every Wednesday evenin
pwedinn tbe fimt Suuday in the month. 4
cornial invitation tn all.
ST. JOHN'S CHI KCH C ATHOLIC.-Rkv. !L
Hillkbkand. Pastor. On Sunday massai 8 in4
10:80 a. Every seeond and fourth 8111 rtaf
German sermon after the o'clock mn
At all other masses Euellxh sermons. Sundnr
School at t M r. n. Veiu, aiioloteili'.i)
subjects, and Henedictlou at 7:80 r. M.
METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHrRCH.-hr.f
G. SYKKa, Pastor. Mornin service at It;
Sunday School at 1Q:UI. t'l iss meetiufr n I; r r
mornliiK servlre. Evening service at 7 'SO.
Epworth 1'acue meeimir Hundny evetiinir il
:30: Prayer M eetintr Thursday evening nt S
traiifera cordially invl'ed.
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W.Uiboniy. Pastor. Services at 11 A. M. anil
7:80 p. M. Sabbath School at 10 A. M. Youug
People's 8(M" .ety of Christiau Endeavor niin
every Sunday evening at 6:90. Wednesd7
evening prayer meeting at 7:80. Seats free.
EVANOTLICAl.CHUUCH GERMAN - Ai .
Ernst. Pastor Prcachiug services every
Sunday at 11 A. M and 7:30 P. U.
Sabbath school every Sunday at 10 A. M. (Hc.
P. Holt, Supt.) Weekly Prayer Meotlaf
every Wednesdty evening
UNITEIi BRETHREN IN CHRIST. Presett
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month, at 11:00 a. m. and 7.80 p m W H jc
LaiN, Pastor Sunday school at 10 a. m.-i. J),
SiKft:a. Superintendent. PrayermeellcftcrSii
Vi ednesday eveuiug.