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OREGON CITY KNTERI'IUSE, FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 1899
Oregon City Enterprise
LOCAL TRANSrUHtATION LINES.
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THE LOCAL NEWS.
rckaiov luixt lur. The county
ft uiiiin Mimaf ass the mecca In
laid ahUli moat ih veUrana lurm-d
V'lr r n order to have their claims
lesled ptevluus U) Sending (iiiii In fur
iynipul tt Han Francisco. Wxtydv
lison presented ihtlr papers during
At Moak on Itu vnt Path. Mon-
ir allernuon work commenced on
K bicycle t alh tteen Ihta rll ami
rtland. after considerable delay by
t""i of lb wet wealhei. Tim work
been begun beyond the Oat kaiua
1 1 ha oihciale in t liars' tioiw lo luva
tlulsiied by AiiKUat tit, although His
'irse ol the Mill In some i. ai r la atllt
Voam! Ki.kt-r Orrn a. Kails
'X ludga A. 0. L. W. at their regular
Hii.g Ua Saturday evening elected
fliers for tha ensuing year aa folio:
M. W., M. Ilanoagn; M. V John
iflclit0j r'oTi.man, U. K. Hay;
ttr. K. II. tiaMiart! RnroritKr. II
Harding j Hmflvur.C. II. Iha j Klnan
W. II. Wlgglnaj Ould, A. C.
"liru j I. W A. Zimmerman 2 0. W.,
f o 1'airARi a WairoMi.-Ttie Uollrf
rpa Auxiliary la making prruaratium
'w elye our yoluntoera on their rctnrn
ra afrlce In tha rhlllmiinoa uliortly,
lrilwna, all order and aocli'liei are
tiled to appoint committee! and co
me with them. Aa eoon aa tilt
wq that the Second Oregon volun-
' have etnharked for home, notice
II ) given and a mana mentlnit called
k arrangeiuoiiia lor their recrp-
ahmkh ANuMisn uN.-I.ajit Monday
' H. Mooimy, Mllwaukie, was in the
' claiming the honors for producing
Ih'nI aland of rya In CUi-kamai
"'y- He baled liia claltn npon a
'l'l of grain he had with him, which
Mires, exactly 8 fwt and 10 inches
In tip to root. Anybody wishing to
p'Ute supremury on the rye question
e SHinpIo at thin olllce, In addi'
No being a champion ralwir of rye,
uNiney I sointiwhut ol a iiiiihIcIhii
lln imitations of a cornet solo with
l,e aid of any artificial menus,
"I'" him as a genius of no ordinary
"ah Hkknsvs, J01.1.Y Fki.i,owb. T.SBt
Muy a coiiglomeration of haso ball
purs, compoHcd tiuilnly of those en-
an "ex" when being referred to
hallista and Hulling under the
"lvo nama of the "Has lieens,"
ft "P Rgainnt the "Jolly Fellowa" ag-
Jation on the grounds across tha
r- The day was wot, tlie grounds
f wet, and the hall was wot, but in
e of it all the combinations kept at
rllve Inning when time wag called,
I the "IIt Beena" retired covered
f Klury and mud. Tho score was
1 10. The points were Clroeniimn and
hII for the "Jolly Fellows," nnd
Ht and Wells for the "Has Beens".
Anoihii, gimw j, M()g ,r;(,,1((M(j f( (.,t
H'liy and a very warm article of
'roller Might" i, prm.,,
CitKMiitCoi iir DoiHi.a.-An adjourned
term nf llin Cliti Iihiiim county rlrmll
court waa hidd Monday aftnrnoori, Judg.,
M.Jlrldmira.l.Hng. Tim calmidar wan
and the following ord.-ra ware
lamiedi Kata (J, Moore va. J. It. MuurH
Kfanled deirea of dlvorca: Marthn f
J'eliiretal va. Callmrlna till, et al, d.
h'Mdant granlnd until Hept. to make
-rooi iHiior, rrferaa; J. T. Apieraon va.
Hurat A Marka, defnndanui graniml an.
ll Juna 16 to ill. hill 0f i.nptiona) J.
W. Ko.il va. Camplmll rt al. F. T. Ityen
lllntiN guardian ol minor defwi
JanU; II. W, Koaa, .UeaM.I, va. J. II.
WUhart at al, adinlnUlratora granted
decrim o lorailoaura In the aum of
IMUSOjC. 0. T. VYIIIIama
oi wregon Ully Door and Kaih Fai tory
filed final report, jehWi aa conflrnia.1.
Aa Aai a Knn Atoa.-On Thurlay of
thlawerk I'rofe.aor J. W. (iray cloim.1
hla aeveiith CoiiMiMitlva e,r of trai hlnir
at I'arkplaia. During thl( time he ha
graduaUd thirty-one yunnir ioiii.. unr
of whom art teaching tight attndln:
college, one dad and the othera work
ing al varhtim ucupitluna. Tndi-r IW
f"iMir (iray'a ahle Induction the I'aik-p'are-Jli,Uton
young inniiiIm have .U
vlii a , Ik l, hierarv aiandina- (h.i
iromiaa much for ttmfutur. Hv en-
lMH.Ini...ila I .... . .
liava raiwd a lihrary of ovr IU' aland
an! volume and in many other wayt
havaadommland laulind theachool.
rr.fiMaor Uray la aUo the verv elllrlenl
iiiniiMUviiii KIKI UlNH-rilflKma llitf
wrrlarv of the. VVlllatufii V.IU.
(Iiaulauua Aaaoclation, in which iioei-
won na iiaa ahown drx ldail ahlhly In
mapping out programa and planning for
politic entertainment and inetructlon.
COMPANY 0RDF.KS NO. 6.
I. In sddilion to the regular drill on
Company will awe in We on Monday and
wall the current week, for special drill
pany and Soldier and lh crrrmoniea pertaining thrrrto. Assembly at 1 n V. M
II. This I made tircesaary by the
now and date of encampment July 10. IHW. to accomplish the work required to
put this Company on a footing absolutely essential to the intelligent dischsrge of
their duties while in csnip, snd to this end the commsndsnt expects the earnest
co-operation of every man in the command.
III. 1'rrnn now until the encampment takes place the members will be re
quired to drvote considersblc extra time
putting Ihrinsrlvr in projicr shape for the proposed tour of duty, and it is trusted
this will be done cheerfully and to the end that the greatest good may be accom
plished. Non-couimisaionrd officers ere enjoined especislly to tske hold of their
work, giving the time necessary to put the Company on a basis of efficiency not
quelrd by a similar organization in the
IV. An examining hoard ia hereby
Wednesday June 14, Ry), at 8 o'clock P.
rants: Sergrsnt L. Miller snd Sergrsnt
G. Godfrey, id Lieut. A. Willry.
V. Musician Mart. I'.dwards, a deserter from the Oregon Nations! Gusrd, is
hereby dishonorshly dischsrge d In accordance with authority granted by section
30, Military Code, and will forfeit all allowances for time served or being entitled
to any immunities provided by law lor
from serving In the Oregon Nstional Guard for five year and will be prohibited
from entering the armory upon all occasions of Military ceremonies or drill.
VI. I'rivste. P. Confer is hereby appointed ad. Musician vice Mart Edwards dis
Mrs. Michael Curtain, rialnfleld, III.,
makes tha statement, that she caught
cold, which settled on her lungs; she
at treated (or a month by her family
physician, but grew worse. Ha told her
she was a hopeless victim of consump
tion and that no medicine could cure
her. Her druggist suggeated Pr. King's
pNow Discovery (or Consumption; aha
bought a bottle and to her delight found
herself benefitted from first doso. Khe
continued its use and after taking six
bottles, found herself sound snd well;
now doea her own housework, and is at
well as she ever was Free Jrisl botllet
of thl Ureat Discovery at Ueo. A
lliirdiiig's Drug Ktore. Large bottles 60
cents and 1 .00.
To Cure a Cold lo One Duy.
Tuko Laxative Ilniiw Quinine Tablets
All drugtrieta refund money if it fails to
cure. '.,ric The genuine has L. R. (j- on
Would Not N11 fie r no Again for Fifty
Times Its Trice.
I awoke last night with severe patna in
my stomach. I never felt so had in all
my life. When I came down to work
tlilsj morning I felt so weak I could
hardly work. I went to Miller & Mo
Curd's drug store and they recommended
Chtttiiborlain'a Collo, Cholera and Diar
rhea Remedy. It worked Ilka magic
and onu dose fixed me all right. It
certainly Is the finest thing I ever used
for alotiiMch trouble. I ahull not be
without it in my home hereafter, for I
should not care to endure the Bufferings
of lsst night again lor flity times Its
price. 0. II. Wilson, liveiymnn, Iltirg
eltntown, Washington county, Tt. This
remedy is for sale by 0. A. Harding,
An Kxccllcnt Combination.
The p1ianari( inethoil and beneficial
effecta of tlm well known n-nii'ly,
hTHi i or l ioa, manufactured by the
C'Ai.iroitKiA Kio Hvhti' Co.. Illustrate
the value of obtaining the ll'iiid laxa
tive principle of rilanU known to be
medicinally laxuttve and Prcwntlnff
them In tha form unmt rrfrralilug to tlie
taate and acceptable to the ayaU-m. . It
lathe on pi-rfect atn-iufthinlnir laxw
tlvv, rleaoninir the ayaU-in elTectually,
dlMlllng culda, headnebca and fere re
gently yet promptly and enabling one
Ui overcome habitual cuinitlpatliin pr
manentlv. Ita M-rfet-t freedom fnm
every object lonaMe quality and aub
aUn-. and IU actlnir on the khlni-ya.
liver and bowela. without wcoiicnliiir
or Irritating- them, make it the ideal
In the proceut of nmnufucturln(f fl(r
they are pleuhsnt to the
Unte, but the medicinal qnalllie of the
remedy are obtained from aenna and
other aromatic planta. by a method
known to tha CAMroRau Kio hri r
t'. only, ln order to rrt ita WneHclal
effwta and to avoid iuiltatl'Uia, please
romrmber the full name of thct'oinpany
printed on the front of every package.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
aAM raAirciaoo. cal.
LOCiaVILLM. IT. HEW YOKE. . y.
Put Ml by all XMnagUla-frlc luc prr boUlc.
Company F, 0. N. G.
OaacoN ClTV, Oregon. June 5, i8yo.
Monday night, until further orders, this
Thurs - lay nights of each week commencing
and instruction in the school of the Com-
shortness of the time intervening between
to the company affairs for the purpose of
appointed to convene at the Armory on
M. for the purpose of examining for war-
McKenney. Drtsil for bosrd: 1st, Lieut. S.
service and shall be hereby disqualified
By order of
F. A. METZNER,
Captain Commanding Company.
To those who drink whiskey for pleas
ure; HARPER Whiskey addssestto
existence. To those who drink whiskey
for health's sake; HARPER Whlakry
makes life worth living. Sold by C. 0.
Huntley .Oregon City, Ore.
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure completely di
gests food within the stomach and In
testines and renders all classes of food
capable of being assimilated and con
verted Into strength giving and tissue
Gio. A. Hardino.
1 lie Excitement Sot Over.
The rush at the drug store still con
tinues and daily scores ol peonle call for ,
a bottle of Kemp's Balsam for tha Throat
S . . . . t al ry 1 . a a. at
anu L.ungt ior tne inroui ana i,ung8 tor
the cure of Coughs, Colds, .Asthma,
Bronchitia and Consumption. Kemp's
Balsam, the standard family rmedy, is
sold on a guarantee and never fails to
give entire satisfaction. Price 2."u and
A Card or Thanks.
I wish to say that I feel under lasting
obligations for what Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy has done lor our family.
We have used It in so many cases of
coughs, lung troubles and whooping
cough, and it has alwaya given the most
perfect satisfaction, we feel greatly In
debted to the manufacturers of this
remedy and wish them to plosse accept
our hearty thanks. Respectfully, Mrs.
8. Doty, Des Moines., Iowa. For sale
by G. A. Harding.
Wedding stationery, the latest styles
and finest assortment ever brought to
Oregon City at the Emtrrprihi office.
Hrnnlur Hour la not a atloKj man.
hut ho look on t for Um in nniin Ho I
wii rldlr.K on a atn-ct cr one day, r-'
hiti a a WmliinKton correfpondi-nt, and
nud JiihI coinplidi'd a frunmictiofi with
ojx-n op a con verm tl;D with i
hnwtta aenator. The eenator
hla aeat a ruinate and then
with the remark, "I atn f lad
i to m that
yon are proepcrona, "
j "I'roein-roiial" exclaim! the other
I man. "Why. I aui poor aa a church
"Excaae roe; I thonghf yon mnat fie
rich. I am comfortably well off myenlf,
but I have never felt that ! could afford
to pay A cent for a rid to a atreet car
when I could get all ride for a quar
Mail Ha Barkers m4 Maalelaaa. finding tbe cobra be Wtf exhibiting be
Tbere ia a barber aliop in an op town , coming too lively and aggreaalve, aeized
avenue in New York where masie goes
with every shsve. Never s barber ia hired
there who cannot twinkle tbe sweet
mandolin or plunk the dreamy guitar
The gentlcrujtn wbo can play on no In
strument hat the razor and the shears
has no wclccrno in tbi tonaorlal psrior, '
iur me oohs Darner is musical ana loves
1 to mingle celestial strain witb tbe tor
tare of the tarber chair. Whenever a
chair ia vacant, tbe attendant genius
tit him down and performs on bis fa
' Had Hot Ferstottra It.
The ward beeler, witb whom tbe am
bitious politician bad be n in consulta
tion an boar or more, shook bis bead
"I don't know bow it will turn oat.'
be said, "lint Ml do tba best I can for
yon. Uow about tbe liquor question T"
"I waa about to ask it," replied the
ambitious politician. "Wbat'U yon
take?" Chicago Tribune.
Tke laaallr r .
"Among tbe photograph yon have
ern." said Sir Robert Dull, "there are
stars so far dixtsnt from this earth tbat
if the glad tidings of tbat first Christ
isaa l.bUO years ago bad been dispatch
ed then by an electric current which
could speed seven times round our globe
between every two ticks cf the clock
they would not yet have received theia. "
"Amanda." said the husband of tba
eoon to be w idowed young wife, "my
last reqnnit is tbat yon will not let any-1
body kmsw there is a large insurance '
on my life. 1 want yon to live in nn- i
disturbed enjoyment of it for a few .
years at least "Chicago Tribune. j
Interesting Lady Patient Doctor,
whit do yon do when yon burn yoor
month with hot coffee t i
Dr. Fingerfee Swear. Roxbury ;
Are grand, but Skin Eruption! rob life
01 joy. vuckiein a Arnica fcaivt, cures
them ; also old. running and fever sores,
ulcers, boils, Ldona. corns, wsrta. cuts,
bruises, burns, rcaldt chapped bands,
cliilblsins, let pile cure on earth, j
Drives out pains snd aches. Only 25 !
cts. a box. Cure gutranteed. Sold by '
Geo. A. Harding, druggUt.
Money to loan
IIsooss & Griffith.
at lowest rates.
YQl'KU MOTHERS. ,
Croup is the terror of tbonsandt of 1
young mothers because its outbreak is
so agonising and frequently (atal.
Shiloh'a Cough and Consumption Core
acta like mairie In rasea of Crnnn. tt ha
never been known to Ml. The worst
casea relieved Immediately. Trice, 25 cts.
50cU. and $1.00. C. 0. Huntley, the
SMtvf, ti eVwa.lt tW
fa m bsWh, 11 1 j-Mi
and wa raa
f, soo paint and varnua, rwxl Snlah,
Dd ! aiaaUaaiaUa load.
Elkhart Carriage & Ham OSS
, ' 4-1 ' I , i -"II
Prices From $30.00 up. Each Instrument Guar
anteed for Five Years.
SOLD ON EASY
Burmeister & Andresen,
V Absolutely pure
Makes the food more delicious and wholesome
It la generally aappoeed that tbe ae
pent eiblbitml by auakecbanoera have
been deprived of their faoga, and tbla
ladoobtleae often tbe taae, wLlleoo
loxtanca at )aet la recorded In wblcb
tbe niootb of tbe anake bad been tewed
together to prerent It from biting.
Tbe writer noticed at the Ceylon ex
hibition, given aome year ago in Lon
don, that one of tbe anake charmers.
tbe reptlio by tba neck cod tbrurt It
baatily into tbe amall round barket in
wblcb it wae carried, at the earne time
pniihlng it with a rolnmincna white
cloth, at wblcb it bit savagely. Having
almoet dod tbe lid of tbe banket, tba
man drew away tbe cloth violently.
tba doattlens dragging out tbe fanga
wbicb were faatened in it lie then
cared tbe baiket and carried it away.
Tbi. of courae, required a Urge amount
of cool courage aa well as great quick
ness of band and eye, all of wbicb quali
ties mart be doubly necesnary In cap
turing and taming these deadly reptiles.
But if we are astonished at the skill
and dexterity dieplayed by Indian snake
charmers, still more mast we marvel at
tbe hardihood of tbe American Indians,
wbo, in tbeir anake dances, not only
handle tbe deadly rattlesnske witb im
punity, bat absolutely carry it about in
their montbs. Westminster Beview.
The fact that a ticket bought for a
theater and not need on tbe date stamp
ed on it ia alwaya good for an admit
tance la not generally known and prob
ably theater manager would take very
little trouble to spread knowledge of
tbe fact bnt it ia nevertheless true.
"A man wbo buyt a reserved seat for
a theater, "said a theater treasurer wbo
bandies more ticket every season than j
any other in New ork. "may not nsei
it on the evening for which be bought
it 'Good for tbia date only' may be
stamped on tbe pasteboard. Tbat would
seem to mean tbat tbe ticket could be
osed at no other time. Probably most
of tbe public accept that as proving tbe
impossibility of making use of tbe tick
et, and therefore few make any attempt
to get tbe worth of tbeir money when
tbey are prevented by any causa from
nsing tba ticket on tbe date marked on
it Bat it could be presented at any
time and would be good for an admis
sion. "Any theater manager would bave
j to recognise the holder's right to enter
I tbe theater, although tbat would, of
, coarse, carry witb it no right to tbe
' seat It tt tbat right wbicb is limited
by tbe printed date. For all other pur
poses the ticket is qnite as good as if
used on tba date it bears. "New York
E. E. Cumpstou teacher of voice cul
ture and piano playing, btudio over
Bank of Oregon City.
"Money to pstent good ideas may be
! secured by oar aid. address The Patent
Record, Baltimore, Md "
CASTOR I A
For Infant and Children.
TuB Kind YOU HaiB AIWSTS BODrtt
:CFIT FOH MAKER OIILY.
W maBaraetur TNstrk at vahfelat aaSNstvlMor aanksssana
Mil than to yws difct from oar taetory at wkotnala prkoa, la
bmS, v ara lb. lanrart aanu(ulur.ra of vaaldM and kariMas la
thworMartUitotbaeoauiiMraicliuTal). M'aaa voa K aa
(Ms alaa roa say aalr ska fraSI r tka uiifMiriK
Mo travaiina lpsoiea, ao loam, a agaui's evouaiialoa aad
We ava Ho Agents,
aratarrtBe la oaal with too Slraot. No
maiur waara jo Un, os raack
100 and sava yon moaey. Wa thl our
whlrlat aad kanMatanrwbara tor aa.
aailnaalon and fuanuMa sal arrlTal.
Wa aTa.M.awfwr EtvrrythlMj
aaaura yon ot 1
auMa,wuk akad inav
rood Irtmmlnn. Stw ttvl
Ian oaktek tum, . as
. Mmmwmmm VIHHH a SU.
Manfg. CO, akhmHT&JlZt
The Oregon TJty
OERMA EVASOEUCAL LUTH
ERAN 1M MAN UAL CHURCH-Cornef
KiKMb anl J. (J. Alsm streets; Kv.
Krnest J. W. Msck, pastor, fctindsr school
al 10 A. U., weekly service every Thtirsdsy
si 8 p. U. Oermsn school every fclalurdsy
from 0 to IX Everybody Invited.
IT. JOHN'S CHCRC H. CATHOMC Psv. A.
Hillisssko, PsUr. Co Sunday asaa at tand
IOJ a. M. Cvsry sseofiil sa Josrtk Hiiodsy
Usrmso ssrnoa alter the a e'sloek boss
At all other masse Bncllsb sermon, tnnday
school st T.M t. a. V as pert, epolotsUcaJ
sublsris sod BsBsdlctloa at 7 9 r. a.
MCTIIODIHT EPIHCOPAL CH0RCH.-RV.
H. Obar, Pastor. Morning service at 10 SJ;
Buailay Rcbool st JO oa CUss ssastlo sltor
morulnf sarTlr. Ed1u ssrvlcs at TM.
Epworta Lm(M meeting Husday svsnlns al
SiO. Prsyr Metio( Ihursd.y Teap( at 7 J.
strsof ers eordlally lovltcd.
nitsT PKE8BTTZRIA" cmincn.r.tr. a
1. Mootsomery. psatnr. Hrviesslll s.n. snd
7 JO r. . Mabbath bbool si 1 a. m. Toang
PsopU's floelety ol CSrlsilsa Kndesvor bhu
vary Sunday vnlsf st IN. inurs-lay
Tolo prayer nsstluf at) JO. Bssu Irs.
EVAflUCAL CHUBCB OCRMAi' Rev
Ertrti. pastor: J. K. Easrr Alunt.
Presehms servsres every Sunday st II A. at.
snd7aia. si. sabbath srtonl cvey Snnday al
10 A. M , Mr. Zimmarmsn Bopv Prajsr MeeUng
every Thursday eveojog.
8T. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL CECRCH
Rev. P. K. Hsrnniond, Kector. Hrrvlee
every Sunday at 11 a. re, and 7 Si p. ru.
Hundsy school at 10 o'clock. tJcrvtc every
Krldsy svsnlns: at 7:30. Other service as '
may be announced. AH seats free. Strang
ers cordislly invited.
LUTHERAN ZION'8 CON-
greirsiional cnorcnKev. r. Pack, pastor,
cervices every Bin
school at 10 A. U
rvices every Bnndsy al U A. at. Hands
FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHCRCn,
corner of Main and Eleventh streers Rev.
K. H. Boliinxtr, psstor. Morning service
10:Vl;8iinilsy BcIkxjI 12: Junior Kndesvor
6; Y. P. 8. C. E. prayer meeting 6:30;
evening service 7:30.
Cbriitian Science meeting at Willam
ette ball, Sunday morning service, 11
o'clock : Suadsv school. 12: weekly mews.
Wedbesdsy evening at 8, except
, , k ,u Iv. ...
first week of each month, wben meeting
will be held on Thursday evening at 8
A. 0. U. W. meets every Saturday
evening in the A. 0. U. W. Temple.
Geo. R. Cal iff. secretary.
Rebekahs Willamette Rehekah Lodge
No. 2 meets second and fourth Friday ol
each month at I. 0.0. F. Temple.
Matta Godfry, secretary.
Court Robin Hood No. 9, Foresters ol
America, meets first snd third Friday ia
the month in Red Men'a Hall.-W. B.
Stafford secretary ; F. T. Rogers, chief
Meade Poet No. 2, G. A. R., meets
first Wednesday in each month at Wil
lamette Hall. G. A. Harding, com
maiider. Clackamis Chapter No. 2, R. A. M.,
meets on the third Monday of each
month in Masonic Hall. M. Bollack,
Pioneer Chapter No. 28. 0. . S. meets
the second and fourth Tnesdays in each,
month at Masonic Hall. Miss Jennie)
Oregon Lodge No. J, 1. 0. 0. F., meets
every Thursday in Odd Fellows' UalL
T. F. Ryai. secretary.
Falls Encampment No. 4, 1. 0. 0. F
meets first and third Tuesday in each
month. J. A. Stuart, secretary.
Redmen Wacheno Tribe No. 13, Imp.
0. R. M., meets Saturday evening 7:30,
at Red Men's Hall.-N. M. Moody, C.
of R. ; Chas. Woodward Sachem .
Multnomah Lodge No. 1, A. F. A. M.,
meets first and third Saturdays ineacfc
month at Masonic Hall. T. F. Eyaa,
Mead Relief Corps No 18, meets at
Willamette Hall tha first Monday in
every month at 2 o'clock p. m. and the
third Monday in every month at 7:30
o'clock p. m. The Auxiliary meets at
the Armory building the 1st and 3rd
Saturday in each month at 3 o'clock p.
in. Mrs. Rosins Fouts, president. Mrs,
Mary L. Bradley, secretary.
Artisans meets first, second and fourth
Thursdays in each month at Red Men's
Hall. J. T. Searle, secretary.
Catholic Knights of America St. John's
Bianch No. 647, meets every Tuesday of
Tualatin Tent, K. O.T. M., meets in
Red Men's Hall, on second and fourth
Wednesdays G. H. Hyatt, record
Willamette Falls Camp No 143, W. 0.
W. meets 2nd and 4th Fridays ia the
Willamette Hall. Clerk J. K. Morris.
Lone Pine Lodge, No. 53, A. F. A A.
M., Lovan, Or., meets on the second
Saturday in each month from the 1st ot
May to 1st of November at 2 p. m. and
, from 1st of November to 1st of May at
1 10 a. m. A. E. Lewellen, Wr. M., Geo.
j C Armstrong. Sec.
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