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FRIDAY, JUNK 7, 1kii5.
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rJlucknrmis Co. Directory.
C urli ul Courts,
(iiirilim K. Ilayne
Hull. K. HfTlnli
K. '. Mail dock
H. M Itiimnliy
M I,. Mnnrr
II. H (llh.on
I). W Klnualrd
It. I.. Ilolllisll
I Klchard Hnutl
I frank JauKsr
II ATM TO KKMKHIIKU.
Jt'NK I ft, Hiitiirdiiv (Mm kiiniim Count v
Teachers' Association incuts til Central
I'liinl school tioiino.
Jl'NK III, VVriliirsilay-Ornml Army of the
lli'imlillr, Women' Keller Corps, Hum
if Veteran mill ladies' A I ' I SiK'li'ly
liulil slniu riiciiiiiiiiifiit Hi (iri'Kiiii I'lly,
limlliilt llirr" ilnv.
J('I,Y l,'riiiirilBy-l,"oiirlliiil July. Places
of IiiiMIiik I'"' vnrliiu eeliihriilliin in
Clackamas county nn null nicil mn'iil In,
Jl'I.Y 10, Wednesday-Wlllnmi'liM ViiMiw
( 'li M ut uti it w Association iiiiivttiit' Hi
tiliolnlonr pnik lor ni'imlun nl ton days.
CHAT ABOUT TOWN.
Wool witiilcil at Cliuriuun A Sun's
Mutiny to loan on Improved farm".
YV. II. HiirKliur.lt.
Wanted, Iiki hIiohU-h. Aililrctm Cliff
Farm, Canity, (r. lino.
Straw IiiiIk (if nil ulyln, color, Hir.cn
nil pric hi Mi oil y A Kini'arson a,
Wanii'd, clcmi whita cotton ratf at
tlio Kntkki'iiikk olllrH. 5 cent pur
(iovcriior liril on lust Hiititnly coin
tnlwiioiicd ('. J. Cnrrin, of Curriimvllln,
Onltir Itifl ut Frank Harlow' Horn,
fur 4 foot or lltiiii'li wood, promptly
llllcl l.y K. I'mltur.
Mr. F. K. Andrew, of the MupWood
tiitrdcint, will ilnlivcr vi'Ki'Ulili'H on Sat
urday in time for Sunday incitl.
I il you ever licur of the like? Sitlrm
ami ivliirn next Sunday on line excur
sion train fur only )t
Mm M. K. Koliliin wuh appointed
poliiii"lri'"H ut Orville In tliia county,
last Saturday, by tlie KiNtiiuiHtur general.
Noble I lentil, aitaialuiit mipurintendcnt
of tliu Crown patu-r mill", in moving into
Die K. M. Kami Iioiiw, at tlin corner of
lllth anil li'trnrHon atrcet.
Now In Hid time for fanning straw
licrrlm. Tlin price ih low enoiitili and
tlio Iterry at H Im-hI. Send u your
order. K. K. William, tlie grocer.
Now In the time to apray for llie eodlin
tnolli ami caterpillar, Sebwan A I'utrow
bundle a npriiv pump tliut la ainiplo,
directive and low in price. Cull anil ex
A "nil of all-wool clotlicH inude lo your
meamire ami a flrat claim joli for only $12
la one of tlio lmrKiiint) oflcrcil by (ilim A
Smytli, Sample of clolli from winch to
Tun liomi, Hhelf paiier, new line of
liuliea' Niiinmer underwear, boy's Blraw
data, alao a full line of Kent's mimincr
nmlerwuar, Indies' silk miltH JiihI arrived
at Ilia Kackct Mtore.
Wiae l lie, who buy property when
no one eUe la buying, hccuUHe lie can
then buy cheap. C. O. T. Williams can
fit you out on eaxy Icrnm.
0. E. A. Freytuu (Ioch not proHio to
remain In the rear of the prixveMion in
the mutter ol supplying the market with
froxli veKctublim, and Iiia Hardens are
kept in flrat cIhhn condiifon.
There Is one medicine that cures im
mediately. We refer to Pe Witt's Colic
ami Clialera cure for all summer com
plaiiila. No deluy, no disappointments
no fuilure. C. O. Huntley, Pruim.
The Conductor's excursion to Silverton
last year wub a grand auccess, but it
"won't be in It" with the one they give
to Salem next Sunday. Don't forget the
late, June (lib and only $1 round, trip.
The West Side now boasts of a meat
market in succesHful operation. The
proprietors are Mr, Munch and John
Huetler, who recently erected a new
building for this purpose.
A meeting wilt be held at Maple Lane
ochool bouse Saturday evening at 8
o'clock for the pnrposo of organizing a
cenielety asxoclution at that place. All
interested in this are requested to tie
"Farmer Hayseed" has just arrived
from "tbo East" and is preparing the
most marvelous diHplay of vegetublus
ever aeen on this Coast, which he will
exhibit Botne time in June, at Shivoly'e.
Lookout for future notices. tf
Joseph Walton, of Elyvillo bus lot
the contract for the erection of a now
dwelling to Messrs. Scott A Front. The
building will be 14x10 one and one-lmlf
stories high, with an ell 12x22. Mr.
Walton will remove to his new residence
"Vhon tbo same is completed.
Ben Frntikliri tramped, hungry and
foot-soro, through riiiladelphia streets,
with a loaf under one arm und a lot of
brand new piovorbs under his hat. One
of Bon's maxims was, "a penny saved is
penny earned." You've heard that
before, but no matter ; if you will buy
your groceries at V. Harris' you will re
alize the force of it.
CITY I.KtilHI.A I I'ltK.
A l.he NikhIoii mill I liu Council Clninbcr
l lll 'd VMi npi't'liiti i'N.
Thn city council nxNiiiiibled in regnliir
Ni'MHion Wcdni'Miliiy evening wild Mayor
Slrulght In the cluiir, and there were
present Kecorilnr Fonts, Chief of l'olice
Hums, City l'mm-culur Drlggs and all
the members of the council except Mel
drum. There was a certain portentous
lair around the council cliHinlier that
foretold an exciting pension, and a con
llict of ihscordunl Interests and opinions.
A Nilitlon was read from II. Weinliard
unking that Eighth street along Ills prop
erly he Improved, which was referred to
the coniiuiltce on streets mid public
I), V. Kiiinulrd tendered his resigna
tion us city engineer, which whs ac
cepted, and II. II. Johnson elected to
llll tlio vacancy.
Bills were allowed aggregating fj.2!l.
Ordinances against throwing broken
glass, nails and paper on streets or side
walks; splitting wood on siilewulks, anil
feeding animals on Improved streets,
each wen) read a third time and passed
as ulsi) were the ordinances providing for
rebates on 1'ilih and Main strceet as
sessment. On motion the committee on fire ami
water were ordeied lo purchase four
C. ll.Caulleld was re-elected a mem
ber of the water comiuisHion for a term
of three yeuis.
On motion Hit warrant for ths collec
tion of lbs luliniiicut Main street as
sessment whs called in and a new war
rant ordered Issued and the prosrlv ad
vertised lo Is) sold.
The matter of the sixty per cent of the
road taxes collected in the city, and now
ln the hands of the county treasurer, was
brought up for discussion, as to whether
the county court intended to turn Ibis
amount over to the city, or appropriate
it on the county roads. Mention was
made of the fact that the Singer hill road
needed rcpaiing badly, and that It wus
considered a county road and not a street
although it connected two streets. On
motion a committee of three was ai
isiiuted by the mayor, consisting of
I'orler, Brougblon and Stevens to con
sult with the county court as to what
they intended lotto in the premises.
A motion was made ami seconded tliut
the ollies of city prosecutor lie declared
vacant on account of I he incompetency
of the incumbent. The mayor did not
think that the council had the right to
declare an oll'u e vacant without giving
the incumbent a trial. The city prose
cutor arose and demanded a trial in due
form, und that the recorder make note
nf that fact, which was so ordered. The
motion was then so amended and
carried that the city prosecutor be asked
to resign. A motion was also made and
carried thai the city recorder he asked
A motion was then made by l'orter
and seconded by Mollltt, thai the city
prosecutor and city recorder be asked to
tender their resignation ut once, Cooke
wauled the time extended until the next
special nieeling for thee otilcisls to
hand in their resignation, but the original
As neither of the ofllciula seemed in
clined to Iih ml in their resignations,
motion carried that thn city prosecutor be
removed from olllce.
Finally a motion prevailed over
move to remove the recorder from oMice,
to proceed to elect a recorder. T. F.
Uyan, T. W. Fouls and J. M. Lawrence
were placed in nomination, and six bal
lots with vsiying results, failed to give
either candidate a majority. On motion
the council adjourned.
Thursday morning Mayor Straight re
appointed K. F. PriggB to the position
of city prosecutor, and says he ( Drigits)
shall bold the olllce of as long as he re
Henry Meldrum and 'Fish Commis
sioner Heed started for the site of the
proposed fish hatchery toward the source
of the Clackamas Wednesday morning.
Mr. Meldrum will suierinteml the pack
ing of supplies over the trail to the scene
of operations, and a force of men are
already on hand to begin the work of
whip sawing lumber for the building,
etc. Two racks will he placed in position
at once in order to catch the spring run
of salmon. By next fall it is intended to
have buildings completed, a road made
into the new hatchery, and everything
connected with the plant in complete
working order. The expensegof the new
hatchery will be borne by the Columbia
river cunnerymen who have provided a
fund for this purpose.
Mr. P. Wiley, ex-postmaster, Black
Creek, N. Y., was so badly allliclcd with
rheumatism that he was only able to
hobble around with canes, ami even then
it canned him great pain. After using
Chamberlain's Tain Balm he was so
much improved that ho threw- away his
car.es. Ho Buys this liniment did him
more good than all other medicines and
treatment put together. For sale at 50
cents per bottle by (ieo. A. Harding,
Do Witt's Colic and Cholera cure never
disappoints, never fails to give imme
diate relief. It cures just as sure as you
take it. C. 0. Huntley, Druggist.
SHILOH'8 CUKE, the great Cough
and Croup Cure, is" in great demand.
Pocket she contains twenty-five doses
only 25c. Children love it. For Bale by
G. A. Harding.
A case wan brought Into Judge Dixon's
court last Saturday, that It would have
been belter for all parties concerned, if
the matter hud never been made public.
!,. Shannon, a highly respected citlen of
Cauemali, and an employe of the Wil
lamette l'lilp A Paper Company, was ar
raigned on a charge of milking indecent
proposals to Miss Jessie Bowers, also of
Cauemali. The offense Is alleged to
have been committed last January.
A number of reputable witnesses testi
fied to the good character of the accused,
and bis friends declare that ho is incapa
ble of such actions. Shannon was bound
over to appear before the grand Jury In
the sum of $I(X), Messrs. Hedges and
(irillith HpiN-ared for the defendant and
L. L. Porter for the state.
Children's Day w ill Ihi approprirtely
oliservcd ut the Presbyterian church
next Sabbath. Sa-cial exercises by ami
for the children have been prepared foi
(lis Sabbath school hour, 10 to II a. in.
The morning preaching seivlces will be
given over lo the children also. Tne
pastor will preach a sermon lo th:i little
ones. At .') p. in. theexereiHCHcomiecteil
with the prexentutien of the diplomas to
llie Junior Endeavorers, who have fin
ished their course of study w ill be held.
Ib giilar preaching service at R In the
evening. The public is invited lo all
County Commissioner Frank Juggar,
while coining lo town Tuesday afternoon
in the woods near Beaver creek en
countered a highwayman, whopiescnted
a revolver and demanded money. Mr.
Jaggur jumped to the ground and
whipped up his team. The robla-r fired
one shot wild, ami lwfore he could make
further demonstrations, "Uncle" Billy
Vsughan, going to his home in Mulalla,
came into view and the highwayman
lied. The would-be robber hsd a gunny
sack over his head for a iiiaak. and there
is no clue to his identity. Mr. Yaughan
observed where the bullet struck the dust
in the road.
A called meeting of the presbytery ol
the Cumlierland Presbyterian church,
held at Silverton Mav 24, officially dis
missed from the church without recom
mendation Hev. E. T. Ingle, who is well
known in this city. The charges against
him were bused on a transcript of a
meeting of the Portland presbytery,
accusing him of a domineering snirit,
and indiscreet association with women.
Hev. Ingle wus at one time pastor of the
Presbyterian church in Oregon City and
afterward resided in Kant Portland for
soms time. He was in the Presbyterian
church seven years before be joined the
Cumberland Presbvterisn church.
Hev. W. II. McLain, pastor of the
I'nited Brethren church in this city,
Icll Monday for Lowell, Lane county,
and from '.here goes to Monroe,' where
be will join bis w ife w ho has been w ith
her invalid mother (or some time past.
On June Huh, he will attend the U. B
conference at I'liilo.i.ath, and does not
know where he will be stationed, as the
rule of the conference is not to permit a
minister to remain longer than two years
in one place. Hev. McLain bis filled the
duties of pastor very acceptably to his
congregation, and has looked after two
church organisations and four appoint
ments during his two yean) passed as
pastor of the charge.
The basement of the Baptist church
was prettv well filled last Thursday even
ing to witness llie competive drill of the
boy's brigade, who have been under the
careful training of Erastus Smith of
Company F for several months. Sixteen
boys entered the competitive drill and
all displayed marked efficiency as they
wont through the prescribed manual
of arms and various military evolutions.
Sergeant W. II. Beach won the prise for
the second time. The judges were
Capt. F. S. Kelly, Lientensnts Pickens
and Huntley of Company F, 0 N. G.
After the very interesting exercises re
freshments were served, and the sum of
f 12 was netted.
F'or a better or more pleasant remedy
for the cure of consumption, bronchial
troubles, cough, croup and whooping
cough than Santa Abie, the California
king of consumption. Every bottle war
ranted. If you would be cured of that
disgusting disease, catarrh, use Califor
nia Cat-K-Cure. fl a jar; by mail $1.10.
Santa Abie and Cat-R-curn are sold and
warranted by C. O. Huntley. Trial size
Children's Day services at the Congre
gational church next Sunday both morn
ing and evening. In the morning joint
sreyices of church and Sunday school
with presentation of award of merit for
the year, and other special features.
Music by a children's choir. In the
evening a Sunday school Children's day
concert will occupy the hour.
Travelers find a safe companion in De
Witt's Colic and Cholera cure. A change
in drinking water and in diet often
causes severe and dangerous complaints.
This medicine always cure them. C. G.
The best ton-cent cigar on earth. Sold
for five. E. E. Williams, the grocer.
To allay pains, subdue inflatnation,
heal foul sores and ulcers, the most
prompt and satisfactory results are ob
tained by using that old reliable remedy,
Dr. J. H. McLean's Volcanic Oil Lini
ment. For sale by C. G. Huntley, druggist.
The steamer Toledo, commenced on
Monday lust to make regular
laily .".'iind trips between Dayton and
Portland. The Toledo leaves Duyton
down the river for Portland and wav
points at 5 o'clock in the morning, and
reach,-- Oregon Cily st (I or 10 o'clock
and Portland alxjut 11. Heturnlng the
boat lesvcs Portland at 2:.'i0, arriving
hack to Dayton on the same evening.
The steamer Altoiia in addition to
making the fastest time of any boat on
the Willamette, has demonstrated the
I net that she burns less wood per mile
than any other boat on the river. The
Altona left Portland last Friday after
noon at 3 o'clock and made Albany that
evening. Saturday morning she came
buck to Independance and made two
round trips during the day to Salem, and
left Independence at 12 o'clock, midnight
for Portland arriving there in the morn
ing. At 11 o'clock Sunday she left
Portland on her return trip (o Inde
pendence, making 421) miles covered
in these trips, and during all this rust
ling under a beayy loud of steam, only
burned 12 cords of wood. The Altona is
doing her share of businesB on the river,
and she is the fastest and most pleasant
passenger boat on the Willamette.
The Shaver brothers are well known to
the traveling nublic as among the most
obliging steamboat men on the lower Will
amette and Columbia rivers. Their
elegant steamer, Surah Dixon no leaves
Portland for Astoria and way points at
8.30 on Mondays, Wednesdays and
Fridays and at 7:30 on Sunday mornings.
She makes close connection at Astoria
with all seaside points, and has the de
cided adt.iitage of low rates of fare, and
the meals served are of excellent quality
and the rates are most reasonable. 1 he
Surah Dixon hasall the comfortsof home
and swell known resident of Oregon
Cily savs that he can sleep better, and
ride easier, than on any other
night boat. Those who have pat
ronised this boat once, always ride again
on the first opportunity. The Shaver
boys know how to treat their patrons,
and make everybody feel at home on
The 0. H. & N. Company now run an
observation car on tht'r Portland and
The Dulles local train. This train makes
round trips daily, and the car is provided
with comfortable revolving arm cl sirs,
and the sides of the car are so constructed
that they can be thrown open, thus af
fording an unobstructed view of the
magnificent scenery along the road.
The Dalles train leaves Portland at 8:10
in the morning, affording close connec
tion with the Southern Pacific north
bound overland, and giving Oregon City
people an opportunity to take the South
ern Pacific for Portland and go aboard
the O. H, A N. train and take
a run up to The Dalles, where
they w ill have two hours before the train
returns to Portland. Arriving at Port
land on the return trip the train makes
clone connection with the Southern Pa
cific overl.nnd for Oregon City. At The
Dalles one gets a view of the lower dalles
in the Columbia, and the city has some
scenic views and many points of historic
interest. The trains stop at Mult
nomah falls, the waters of which
have a clear fall of over 800 feet,
and other points of interest along
the route. There are numerous places
along the line of the road in the great
Cascade canyon where it would bs pleas
ant to spend a few hours, especially
where one can make tl.e mund trip in
one day, without much loss of time.
The scenery is grand along the road with
falls at different points hundreds of feet
in height, with the small silvery streams
of water pouring over great precipices,
the great Oueonta gorge, cragged rocks
and rock columns that ntand alone like
great sentinels guarding the railway.
Here is an oprortunity to see the great
Cascade lockB and the most picturesque
scenery in Oregon. The O. It. & N. Co.
now gives special excursion rates to these
points of interest, thus affording an ex,
cellent opportunity to go on excursions
to these places.
An Entertain meut.
There will be a musical and literary
entertainment given in the M. E. church
next Monday evening, June 10. The fol
lowing program will be rendered with
some additions. Ice cream and cuke
will be served Admission 10 cents :
Vocal solo, Mrs. Sadie White
Recitation, Mrs. Jennie Pierce
Vocal Solo Miss Wakefield
Recitation, Gracie Green
Song Boylan Boys
Vocal Trio, Mrs. White, Mr. Askin and
Recitation, .Grant Olds
Vocal Solo Mr. F. II . Morrison
Recitation, Miss Goldke
Vocal .-hjIo Mr. Askin
Vocal Quartet, Misses Younger, Miss
Dutcher, Mrs. Dooliitle.
Vocal solo, Mr. C. A. Miller
Preserves all kinds of fruit without
cooking, and retains their natural flavor.
25 cents per package. II. E. Williams,
Many suffer from irritation of the
kiilney and bladder without knowing
what U tlie matter with them. Dr. J. II.
McLean's liver and kidney balui will
aive reliof. For sale by C. i. Huntlev,
fn lh hnnd of fniraetm
(Cvit yr m fct-ling irflvjr
T'tT wkI drf-nil. There i
do IfiM-T mccity for ft
uw in nm ny uiwuhtr form-
A i i; 1'xniu'ii iikui SUif
T X I 1mjuI culling,
Ci'. Th- rrilimni. n
In wM1 nititrtM !jt th fact that
LVI1PTUPP " li reach, j now tadicmtlf
MritlxUcjrffi without the knife and
without pain. Clumpy, chuntiff tniMm can be
thrtwn nwny I Thry nrvrrenri' hut often induce
biflamtnnflon. utranvtiUtion mini death.
TIIMflDC Ovarian. Film. ( tterine) ami
I UiTlVSIjf tnany othrm, are now removed
without th peril of cutting operation.
P F TIIMOIN "owever Urge. Pia-
of the lower howel, are permanently cured with
out pain or renort to the knife,
CTf iV'C in the Jil.xUitr. no matter how larye.
tJlliL crU(,),,( pulverized, washed out
tnfi pTfertly ff moved without cutting.
TWICTIIRF of rmry I'awwge fa alto
tJl IXIVI UIYL rrtnovcil without cutting in
h und re la of cae. For pamphlet, reference
and all particular, nend 10 ct-uu (in lamps to
USi.rl.l'a li;klu.H..,n H ... li,-.. 1 A i,.li,.
mam mrcei, uuuaiu, n.
and tbime soon to
honkl know th.it
Ir. I'ierw ' I'avorite
childbirth of its tor
turri, terrors and
dangers to both
mother and child, by
aiilint nature in pre-
Faring the syitem
and the period of
greatly shortened. It also promotes the
secretion of an abundance of nourishment
for the child.
Mrs. Doha A. Crmsnt. of OaHrr. Ovntan C:,
Ten., wrilrt : " When I begnit U limit Dr.
Pierce'i Favorite Pncriptlnn. I wn not atile to
Und on my feet wit bom Miffrrinir alnxnt ik-ath.
Now I do all my hounrwork, waftliinff, cooking,
tewing and everything for my family of eight.
I am il outer now than t have been in ail yenrn.
Your ' Favorite Pmcription ' ia the hem to take
before confinemert. or at least it proved to with
me. 1 never fluttered to little- with any of my
children aa 1 did with my laat."
attracts universal attention.
The same ia also true ot a
hanilninie hat or bonnet, All
heaiity i ileal roved unless the
face and heaililress harmonize
we understand the art. Our
ntotk of millinary is com
pleteall the latest designs.
No trouble to show you our
troods. Price to suit the
times e meet Portland com
Roberts & Hamilton,;
Opposite t'liarman A Co., j
I)ni? Store. j
To wear a stiff, startched white
shirt during hot weather, pre
venting all circulation of air
around the body, is both un
comfortable and unhealthy. By
You get perfect comfort, and are
not baked with the heat. We
carry all colors, siies and Btyles.
75c to $1.50 Portland prices.
A. B. j&einbaclj Co.
POPULAR ONE PRICE
Corner First and Morrison Stt,
PORTLAND, - ORECON.
First Mortgages on Improv
ed Farm Property
We are prepared to negotiate first
Morgans upon improved farms in
Oregon, with eastern parties at a rate of
interest not to exceed i) per cent, per
Mortgages renewed that have been
taken by other companies.
Address with stamps,
Baker City, - Oregon.
Will leave Portland, foot of
WaKhinKton Street, for Aftoria.
I Sunday morning at 7 o'clork; Mon
day, Wednesday, and friday even
int'H at 7:.''.0 o'clock.
ItKTUKXIXG, leaves Aatoria Mon
day morning at C o'clock; Tuesday,
Thursday, and Saturday evenings
at (5 o'clock
Steamer G. W. Shaver,
Will leavo Portland, foot of
Washington Street, for Clatskanie
jand way landings, Monday, Wed
nesday and rridny mornings at 6
o'clock, and return to Portland
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays
This the most direct and accessable
(route to the Nehalem Vally only
(nine miles from Clatskanie.
Shaver Transportation Co.
H. W. JACKSON.
I Bicycles. Umbrellas,
Guns, Sewing Machines,
i And all kinds of small ma
! chines put in good order. No
: work to dillicult to undertake,
i Prices reasonable.
Shop on Seventh St., near depot.
ARBLE & liRANITE
CALVIN H. WEEKS, - Prop.
Wholesale and Ketall dealers In
line Monumental Wort ana HiiDorM Statnarr.
Do not order monumental work until you
obtain our prices You will tlud for good
work our charge are always the low
est If any work is wanted iu our
line, please drp us a c.rd,
aud we will call withde-
sinus and prices,
Saeond and Third Stpea t4til
Cava Paaa Oun Salesrooms.
720 Prout Street, Opposite the Faillug School
8T. PAUL'S CHl'KCH - Kpiscopal - Rer.
Isaac Dawson. Kector. Service, sill o'clock a.
m. aud :JU p. in. prayer aervlce ivery Wed
F1KBT CONGREGATIONAL CHCKCH.
Rev. J. W.Cowau Pastor. Services at 10 JO a. if.
and 8:00 p. M. Sunday 8chool after morning
service. Piayer meeting Wednesday evening at
8:00o,clock. Prayer meeting of Young People,!
Society of Chrlnlan Kndeavor every Sunday
evening at 7:0t prompt
FIRST BAPTIST CHlrtCH. Rgv. M L.
Rl iifl, Pastor Morning Service at 11: Sunday
School at 12-15; Kvening Service :;!; Regular
prayer meeting Wednesday evening. Monthly
Covenant Meeting every Wednesday evening
preceding the first Sunday in the mouth. A
eurnial Invitation to all.
8T. JOHN'S CIH'RCH CATH0L1C.-RT. A.
Hillibrand, Pss'.or. On Sunday mass at 8 and
10:30 a. K. Every second aud fourth Sunday
German sermon after the 8 o'clock masa
At all other masses Englinh sermons. Similar
School at i:i p. a. Vesiers, apologetical
ubiecta,and Benediction at 7:30 p. a.
METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHtTRCH. RT
O. Sykes, Pastor. Morning service at 11:
Sunday School at 10:00. Clisa meeting after
morning service. Evening service at 7:30.
Epwnrth League meetiug Suuday evening at
8.30: Prayer Meeting Thursday evening at 6:30.
strangera cordiallr invited.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Rav. J.
W. Moutgomcrv, Pastor. Services at 11 a. u. and
7:30 P. M. Sabbath School at 10 a. h. Young
People's Soc'.ety of Christtau Endeavor meet
every Sunday evening at 8:30. Wednesday
evening prayer meeting at 7:30. Seats free.
EVANG'JIJCALCIfUSCH GERMAN R. T.
Myers, Pastor. Preaching services everr
Sunday at 11 A. M aud 7:30 P. M.
Sabbath school every Sunday at 10 A. M. (Rev.
P. Bott. Snpt.) Weekly Prayer Meetinf
every Wednesday evening
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M Suuday school at 10 o'clock A. M. Loca
tion: Store room next door to bakery In Shlve
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