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OREGON CITY ENTERPRISE FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1900.
Oregon City Enterprise
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THE LOCAL NEWS.
Iki l.tv v. -Tim county board ha
mule the tax levy which la county 11 3
DiilU, ftte ti..'l, acliool 6 and road 5 a
towl ul iicurly I'H mill. Thi w ill be
bnmglt lipto about 4 ei rent, in Oregon
Cily alien die aibool ami city tax i
add.d. The bicycle lax of $1 1'ft wa alo ,
Tux Knhv I'.hiim.k. The county
b"iril have been Imvititf I be Sandy bridge
on aliich the pip line cioenci repaired,
Tlie liih water had waehed away the
gravel nro.,iii the abutment until It wa
Coiifi'l. rtil uiiHHle. Tbe IkiuiiI bavu bed
1 lot i'f firace work done on tbe bridge
(nil It la roiiiilcrvd ijuiti aafe at preaeiil.
B a Taxkh. In the cane of tbe over
lip cane recently decided in favor of the
railroad by the mipreme court of tbe
United State, thi county wa largely
ImurcHtcd. Tie tnxea on the property
In cuiitroveray have not Wen piiil for
icveriil year and now amount to a nice
win. The railway company have alg
tided their willingneiiH to pay the taxea
r,d the mnlUT willabortly lie djuated
nj tu the beueiit of the county treuxury.
r,,""'Asv F Smokkh. A announced
li'taeek Company F held a anioker
Monday evening at wblcli the company
turiifd out in force. It wa for tho pur-PoM-idaiaitiiiKartadlnir.
room at the
rinory and many contributions were
toxletolhi end. Dr. Carll presided
"'l "i-eeches wore made by Csptaln
JWcMia and Lieutenants Huntley and
Citnphull. Kveryboily had a good timo
nil the evening was an cntiro success.
Taiki.h tiik Wiiono Mam An
Chits. Ruber, tlin butcher ut 1'aikplae
wa rlnrniiii( home Hunday eveiilny
lam highway iiihii tindiirtook lo bold
lilni hi O.o ciolnf below town. Re
I xir )iilli' hi gnu mill took three shot
ut tin loot pllll, believing lit) ll killuil
I1I111. Hit limn riitiiriiml to town mil in
formed olllcerHlmw hut on search being
made, In; trni t ul IIih iiimii eMill bo found
except the (rack left by haty rot rout,
I1.1 I'M a 1, Fm The county court linn
ordered I.M0 i.miIi l attorney Hint Iihh
Imretnfni been lll.-galy collected from
lt".lt It, i h-h in the circuit court. The
court hit slao ordered that no mora dl
tilct attorney fui he collected Indivorco
caie mul lhoi already collected since
tlio mtliiry net Im) refunded eiccpt In turn-
where tliii renter's fee Inn not been
paid. In the latter raxe the ditrlct at
t iriicy'i fee In to he retained a titcurlty
for the reporter' fee, ,
Ilova 1 f a v k a (loon Tina. A number
of little boy from the Presbyterian Hun
day school petit very pleasant alter
noon on Saturday laal at tlni home of
Mr. .1. W, (irout on Mnlll avenue.
Mr. (Iroul entertain an ardent fondness
for boy ami enjoy giving them all tliu
K oi lime poHHiMo ami on thi occloii
succeeded admiritlily In hcreliort to en
tertain them, livery gtine tbat boy de
light In aa played with a heariy good
wl'l nnd when tired of thi amiiaement,
tl.ey devoted tbe r ..Imb.r ot tbe after-1'
n ton to reciUlmna and onic in wblcli 1
tlie boy tbeuiHelvea were the piincipal '
tlie boy theuiHelvea were the principal ' conditioned according t't la
pirtl.'lpaut. Had the afternoon pro-! Ix.ard Uunic fully dviwl, It i
,. ill ,1 iiltliat Fred (ierber, h W llulc
credii-K even ended here all would i yr(Ill MU(j,0er oe m,d are Ik
have been quite complete, but the cli-1
iiuxidk leature waft yet to come. At
live o't I'm k a d.-llcloiin repat wa terved
and the boy it no time in clearing up
all Unit apeared to view. Tlione com
pocliirt the party were: Klira ('ule, Hoy
Itlcb ird. lialpli (Jreen, I-e'er FiUe,
Cail Keei, Charlie Kee, Frank Fue,
Arthur Keddaway, Ward Young, Roy
Mi Farlan, Cheater Carll, F.dmuml Dix
on, Will Hamilton, Kay Muir, Alva
Urout, MIm Maud (irout, and Mr. J.
W. Grout and Howard iirownell.
A Family Ukvriom. On Tneaday eve
nli'lC there wa a bappy reunion of the
I'iller family at tbe reaidence i f Maj r
Thoina Charinan. The Kll'i"lng waft
In honor of Mr. Mattdalene iJiller. L.
filler, ol he.ittie, Mr. Amelia Finher,
of Corvallla, Mr, M. M. ('barman and
Mra. Thoa.Cbaniun all children of Mi.
Piller were prenent beHide nuineronn
other nUtlvift. A fine anppei m
nerved a which I he M.ijor acted a tuait
liiaater, ami pniKiiMid the tot "Tbe
llintory of tbe Killer ftn.ily in Oreuon
aiiice 1H.'i2." I.. I). Her rMonded and
K, VH ,(M(-l ,0 t,e tvsr includinu
mother, brother, uia'er, nephew,
coimliiH, grand children and Wal grand
i bildren all of whom were present. Mrr.
M. M. Cliarmaii replied and cave the
lniit "Happy Thought for ti e Future."
A v?ry injoyahle eveninx wa spent in
tbe honr ol Mr. Iiilcr by her children,
who buc inki ii pitrt in no concideruble
decree in tbe hln'ory and developmi lit
ol lle NoniiWt hi. TboHe preMenlwere:
Mr. and Mr. Tho. Cbaimuti, Mr. and
Mra. V., K. Charmaii, Mr. and Mr. T.
I.. Clurinuii, Mr. and .Mra. J. I. Lovelt,
Mi. M. Ihller, Mr. M. M. ('barman,
Mra. Itos Cbariunn, Mr, J. II. Walker,
and Mr. K. Fialier, ol Corvallla, Miffe.
Iniiho Walker and June Charinan;
MeHrn. b'oriMrd Hiller, of Scuttle, Wardi.
Fred ('. Charmiin and Klbert Charinan.
Red Mot From 1 he (iun
Was the ball that bit (i. It. Steadrnan
ofNewuik, Mich., In the Civil War.
It canned horrible Ulcer that no treat
ment helped for IfO year. Then Ruck
Ion's Arnica Salve cured him. Cures
Cuts, Hruiacfl, Rums, Roil, Felon,
Corns, Skin Kruptlon. Rest I'ilo cure
on earth. 25 et a box. Cure gtmrnn
teed. Sold by Oco. A. Harding,
Ed urate Tone Howell With Twaearet.
Candy Cntlutrtlc. cure conailpntton forever.
I0o,&o. II O. C. C. lull, druKKlHU ruiuud uioooy.
ItOAItl OK COHMIiHHIOXKICS.
(Continued from page one.)
road, mild matter being brought before
IIih board by J, Casio, through whose
properly said proponed road la located.
1'liu petitioner axked tbo hoard to send
IIih county aurvnyor U) make pritliminury
aurvey 01 aaiii iroMei ciiaiiii In Nuid
roiid.and the board buiriK fully advioed.
It Id ordered mt the clerk notify tbe
county mirynyor to make aaid nirvey a
ru'iucHiuu, poiuiomira to lurnlNli tliain
mini and a a men freo of cliarx".
In tlm matter of Ibe ttiiion of II. M.
KlnbliolT, et al, for clianuo In IIih width
ol tbo JSakttr'a hury. llardiiiK Mill and
HprliiKWater road, Tbe petition bavins
beim tiled by II, M. hinbliofl and more
than VI lioimeliolilttm of Ibe county II v-
liiK in tbe vicinity of the roud deHcrilxxJ
iu the Mititioii, and praying viewer to
m appointed to view and chani( tbe
width of a county road in Claekaoia
county, Oregon, dencribed a follow:
To cbaiiKe from a (JO to a 40 foot road,
known a the linker' Ferry and Kaile
Cieek road, and commencing at a oint
wlieie the road InternecU the nprlnif
water and liaker'a Ferry road near the
renidence of II M Kiebhofi"; tbenee et
to tlie Clackama river, known a
L'hHe' Ferryf and a I ho tbe road known
a Harding Mill and SpringA'ater aeltle
muni road ; comiiiencln at a point where
the road IntuiHectH the bprini(waU:r and
linker rerry road, near tbe remdenre
of Mr, l.utx: thence running north to
the Clackama river, know n a ('hae'i
(erry, haid petitioner tiled bin affidavit
of notice (Kjfted reMectiiiK aid road,
ahuwintc that there had been pooled :
one on the court hoimeon bulletin board,
and three In three public place In Vic!
V' . . . V . 1 ,u. V:T ." .T ., 'Z
inly of the proponed road, tnoie than
,H.tilioii. lie a!o filed a bond for 1100
conditioned according to law. Tlie
tMiritd viewer to meet at Uuinnmit
place of laid proponed change al U o'clock
on the Juy ol January, l'.HM), and
tubacribe to a w ritten oath of ollice ad-
mmiHterixl by a skillful aur-
veyor, he being appointed by the board
lo survey said road, to view and locate
the lame, and report In w riting at the
next regular term of thi board.
In the matter of tlie application of K
l Kichardnon (by bis attorney, V M
Stone) for poll tax rebate, and tbe
board Wing fully advioed, it is ordered
that said petition be grauiod lu the sum
KM Itichardson $3 00
In (lie matter of the double aaeament
of L U Y oiler on the ) of e' of at,1 4 of
ee V. 1 6 , r 1 . It peariug from tbe
M-tiiion, L U Y oiler, by Ins attorney,
J H Yoder, that aaid priper'y u
doubly aieeHiHd for ibe year 18117 and
the hoard Wing fully advim-d, it ia
oldered that said double HsaeaHinent be
caiu elltd 011 the deliiKjuent tax roll of
In tbe matter of the petition of A J
Yodoi, et al, for adding tbe north .but
ting tier of townahipa to Needy piecinct
tin matter cornea on regularly to la
heard, the petitioners Wing repreeeoted
III fll M tUV if IIIIVIIVIB ( I' VO (MlrVX!, fll
by iitid A J Yoder, and tbe btaid beiiu 1 ?,v i''ediate relief money refunded
lully advlned, it i ordered that said
petition be not granted.
lu the matter of a lax rebate on M-ti-tion
ol K F Kiley, the boaid being fully
advined, it ia ordered that the clerk
accrot from said K F Riley, $2 40 111 full
of taxes lor lH'.rj on lot 10, hlk ;'3 Cam
bridge. lu tho matter of the petition and tub
aeription lint of John Diifly, et al, lor the
improvement ol the Molalla road. Thi
matter having been preented to I tie
board by aaid Juhn Dully, and Wing
rt-lerrud to Uoaduiaater Couimell for
approval and aaid road 111 aMer having re
ported favorably lu regard to Raid im
provement and the board being fully ad-viKt-d,
it is ordeied that said petition be
In the mutter of the bills of Latouietlcs
et al, for return of nheritr fee illegally
collected by Clackamas county. This
matter being laid over from the Decern
Wr term, and the hoard now being fully
advined in tbe prcmiae. it is ordered
that said feea be returned lo the attor
ney, puying them a follow, to wit,
anil the clerk I hereby aulhurixed to
iaaue warrants for came as pur bill at
U H Manpiam
CD A DU hatourctte.
.$ 40 00
. 22t 00
. 24 78
. 17 13
. 38 tU
. 33 31)
. 11 65
. 11) 53
. 5 (17
. 3 22
. 0 00
. 14 84
. IS) 32
. 12 18
. 3 1)2
Iirownell A Dresner
(ieo L Story
(1 K Have
Tortland Tnif t Co
Miller A Miller
Mendcnhall. Wait A Mann...
Hronough, Fenton A Rronougli.
J R Rridges
Geo W Swope.
A King Wilaon
Are known to be the
on easy installments
VH O Marqnam 22 10
Total 51U 00
It I ordered Ly the board that Jacob
Hhade, county treaMtirer, tranafer tbe
Kuril of flOO from the wnoral fund to
the contingent fund.
iu the matter of the Harlow road the
iM'lition wa iliHinlKKcd, and tbe follow
ing exocrine bills were ordered paid :
K l Miller $ 3 20
Henry liruacli 3 00
Albert Klebe 3 40
Kudrdpli Weittman 2 00
JoBitpb Horn.,., 2 00 1
(JAArndt 2 00
John W Meldruin 10 (vi
In the mutter of the report of viewer
ol damuge on Jiroimt road, It wa or
dered that the jielitinner pay the daue
In the matter of opening bids for
huilding tlie Jiock Creek bridge the fol
lowing were conidered :
Morri A Old 5I0 4.1
A " 407 50
I lenient A (jibson 708 00
Itoyal A Hon oil 00
,! A " 370 00
0 II liauehy 698 00
N n I'ayn 425 (Kl
V. McCoy 410 00
Tbe contract was awarded to Roval A
Hon they being the lowest bidders.
(Continued next week)
Dull Headache, Tains in various parts
of the body, sinking at tbe pit of the
lomach, Ioh of appetite, fever inline,
pimple or sore are all positive eviden
cei of impure blood. No matter how it
became so it muni be purified In order to
obtain good health Acker's Blood
F.loxir ha never failed to cure Scrofulous
Syphilitic oiHoii or any other blood dis-
eHc. It I certainly wonderful rem
edy and we ell every bottle on a poei-
live guarantee. Geo. A. Harding Agt.
Sick Headache absolutely and per
manently cured by uing Moki Tea. A
plcaxaiit herb drink. Cures conaiipa
Hon and indigestion, makes you eat,
sleep, work and happy. Sat infection
guaranteed or money back. 2' cent
and 60 cent. Geo. A. Harding, agent.
Complete stock of Quaker Remedies,
Ilotanical Herbs, Salve, Congii RalHam,
Soap, and Mineral Salt at Huntley's
Cut Rate Drug Store,
F. Ii. Thirkield, Health Inapectorof
Chicago, aays, "Ko-lol Dyttpepaia Cure
cannot be recommended too highly. It
cured me of severe dypepla." It di
geat w hat you eat and cure IndigeHtion
heartburn and all forms of dysjiepsia
Uso. A. Harding.
Kxperleocf Is the Hent Teacher. I' tie
Arker't Knulinb Remedy in any cae of
cougliN, colds or croup. Should it fail to
and 50 ct. Geo. A. Harding,
For Young Jteu and kouiig iVumeu.
There is nothing that will aroune the
ire of a young man or woman so quick as
to have inferior laundry work put oil' on
them. They may drees ever so well,
but if their shirt front or tddit waift is
mueey their neat appearance is epoiled.
The I roy laundiy makea epecialty ot
. .. . ' . ,
laiiiea aim genueiiieii uiio work.
There can be no (water work than ia
done at the Trov. Wave your oiders at
Johnson's barWr shop.
. HOW IS Y01K WIFE.
Has she lost her beauty? If so. Con
stipation, Indigestion, Sick Headache
are the principal calipee. Karl's Clover
Root Tea has cured those ills for halt a
century. Price 25 cts. and 50 ct8.
Money refunded if results are not satis
factory. C. G. Hnntley, Druggist.
1 lie Excitement Not Over.
The riifh at the drug store still con
tinues and daily scores ol peoplejcall for
a bottle of Kemp's Balsam for the Throat
and Lungs for the Throat and Lungs for
tbe cure of Cjughs, Colds, Asthma,
Bronchitis and Consumption. Kemp's
Balnam, the standard family remedy, is
sold on a guarantee and never fails to
give entire satisfaction. Price 25c and
best. We sell them
& ANDRESEN, if.?.?ci"
It ha been demomiirated repeatedly
In eveiy Mat Jo the Union and in
many foreign countries tbat Chamber
Iain's Cough Remedy Is a certain pre
ventive and cure for croup. It ha be
come the universal remedy for thai dis
ease, M. V. Finher of Liberty, V. Va.,
only repeat what ban Wen said around
tbe adobe when he write: "I have us
ed (y'liHinbtrluiri'i. Cou-!i Remedy iu my
family for several years and alway with
perfect Nueces. We believe that it Is
a aure cure fiT croup. It na aaveii me
live ofourcbildrin a numWrof tur.ca."
Thh icuitdy is for sale by G, A, ilurJ
O. H. Appleton, Justice of I'eace,
C arksburg, N. J., says, DeWitt's Little
Karly Riaers are tbe beat pill made for
conatipatlon. We use no other."
Quickly cure all liver snd bowel trouble.
Geo. A. Hasoino.
GKKMAN KVASOKLICAL LOTH
KUAN I. M MANUAL CHL'KCH-Corriei
KiKlitli snd J. Q. Adams treeti; Rev,
Erj.eal J. W. Mack, pa-'o'. S;nr!ay ui.-jo'
at 10 A. M., weekly aervna every Tliurielay
at 8 1', M. Oerrnan icliool every Saturday
from 9 lo 12 Kverybiy P: (.!
sr. loiiM'g (;nt'KCii.CAinoLic;.-iiv. .
Hn.l.BND, PaaUir. On Hunrlar marnat 8 vt
10 M a. u. Kvtrr aeoond amj fuurlli Suudai
(ierman aerinnn alter the K o'tlock r,f.
At all otlier inamea KukIIIi aermona. Sunday
Heliool at i 'Mi r. m. Velr. apologetlca)
ubleeia aud Beubdictloo at 7:S0r. M.
MKTHOMHT EHrtCOPAL CHUKCH.-R-v
.i.w ,nn.r,. ,..,ii,uK 11 I'J .1
Sundar School at 10:00. Claaa neetln tfU-t
morning aervlee. Evening aerrlce at ltix
Kpwortli Leaue meetm Hundar ereulnr al
8:30; Hrajer Meetlnir Thurtdajr eveulng at TZ'i
atrauft-era cordially fuvlted.
FIKHT PREHBYTEklAK CnL'RCir.-Rcv. A
J. MoiilKomery. taator. Hervicea at 11 a.m. and
7:80 r. M. Haljbath School at 10 a. M. Yotinf
Penple'r Society of Clirlatiau Kndeavor uietu
every Htiudajr eretilii at S:80. Ihtnadaj
eveuliif prayer meeilux at 7:80. 8ata free.
EVANGELICAL CHURCH-Orner ol
Eiu'itli and Mlion '.re', llrv. H. ('opley
panor. Services every Hahnatli at 11 a. ni
and 7:45 -p. m. diinda Hntiool 10 a. m
Prayer meeting 8 p. m. All are welcome
8T PAUL'S EPISCOPAL rtirROH
Rev. P. K. Hammond, Rector. Bervicea
every Miindav at 11 a. m, and 7:30 p. in.
Sunday achool at lOnVlork, hrvire every
r riday evening: at 7:0. Other nervier at
may be announced. All seats free. Siranc
er cordially invited.
GERMAN' LUTHERAN ZIOS'S CON
relational chiircu. Kev. F. Snck, pastor
tervioea every Sunday al 11 A. M. Sundaj
school at 10 A. M. f
FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH.
corner of Main and Eleventh streets Kev.
h. H. Bollingtr, pator. Moroiiiir neivict
10:30; Sunday Sl-Imh)I 12: Junior Knd-ttVoi
6; Y. P. d. O. K. prayer meeilng 0:30;
evening service 7 :30.
KIR8T BAPTIST CHURCH.-Rev. J.
11. Heaven, pailnr. t'rearliing services
every Sunday al 10 30 and 7 :30 p. in. Suo
day acho'il at 12 noon to 1 p. tu. Juniors
meet in Hie ahernooii acd toe Senior Young
l'voplr'a nooiHy and Uiote aiuoy clu.-s at
(i:l.r p. ni. iiitir-Hav evenii.. regular
prayer t-ervice at 7:30 p. m. Wediieday
eve'nirie, Bihle study class at Y. M. C. A
rooms led bv the pastor.
Baan tie ' j The Kind You Har !iwrs BouM
SEND US OWE DOILARa
a- . j . I ... .Ift SI 111 mmA m aalll awftlJ
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yom tmt it
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M tmt WlitHil ru Mifrtlw r l mart mmarf, p
w-at OUR PRICE 535. SO, I ti.w-liH
KSli.. Ii.?-" TH? PARLOR CEM Um,1 in ai UIKirna
l0 snu.ia.-T TO.D lunnanoiaii J rom ta lllutrtion
ih.i -n. which lini.-rJ dir- frum uhotoirrmiili jroucan funn
nmeideaot lubrautiful apprmnc. Mdf fruia.ulld Quarter
Mwrd Hi r wlul dolrtJ, perhrw krj tllf.r.11 fm-l kod.,
. .r..r..T-'lta, iTtb. VKBT LATKKT HULK. 1 HE PAHI.OK
4.KW U ln-t hlk-li, 4 inrhei lnn(r,m Inrbfs wiJeand wltl il
pouna. ConUlii&o-Uv,llUi., afollow: DlipaM, rtUelpil,
n.i.u... ariu. r.lM. Crtrntmrn. Raul'aaplrr, Trrl Owpl-r,
PlipM rw A V.l Haauil S OfU U.plr, I TwM Sw.ll,
mmA V.. Hu.UK . Orta Ctt.ltltn. 1 5W.ll,
Hrll, 4 t (lrk.trl 11 KrunUnr) Plp
1 Hrl oT ST Por Srl IrMIl I Mttll
rh.r-ltlr BrillUat (ll. ItwdH I H ,IU lilfk l.ll.w 8iNtk
THE PARLOR CEM a.-tloD consists or tha
. U.i.. whii'h ar DnlV Used In Ilia nllTb
tirailln5tnininu:mttwllB H.aiawai ipi-r aaa
V.i taw, alao bwt liolk-e (clta, lrtuerm.eto.. Iwllowa
or the bMtrublierclotli. S pl bollown l,iok and nnnt
lather In ralff THE PARLOR CENI furnl,hl
with Will herein! plate Krenrh mlrnir. nickel plaK-d
IxvUI franirs, and tmy modern Improvement.
furaUk fne kaadMaM erfaa Meal aaA tke bnl ergae lutraa.
fillARftlUTFFn 95YFARS. !7rl?u)
KB OaSAI e
lmmm A Mllttl, lllllllllltf 1 iMf If UanUllee. Uf til
terniaand eondttlona otvhlch it any partsireaout we
repair It trr ef tkanpr. Try II one month and we will
refund Tour money If yon are not perfectly mtl-fled. OUC
of theeonraiilll be nold at $35.30. OUUElt .
OUR RELIABILITY IS ESTABLISHED "
dealt with uak y our ueiK'utMir about u, w rite
the publisher ol thla paper or Metroimlltaa ,,n
Watlonal Hank, or Corn Nut. Hank, of Chle(ti) r
or Herman Eichanire Bank, New York i er any P.
railroad or eipreaa eoniiany In Chicago. e H
kaveanplulaf aw 10O,0O0.OO, oe-upy enUra
one of the larirei-t bu-tnia kloi'kaln I hloairo, V--.
and employ nearly t ooo people In our own
L..MJ1.I WB U.I I A.III1U 1 ... Ml mmm .
FUMiH, till. 00 mm apt alti'o ererrthlnir In mulcal tnrtrnmenta at lowcat wholeaale prleea. Write for free-peclal
onrau, piano and mualcal Instrument cattlogue. Address, (Saars, aaabaek Co. an tkorMchly r.UahU.-t'Uiar.)
SEARS, ROEBUCK A CO. One), Fulton, Detplalnet and Wayma St., CHICACO, ILL.
A, O. U. W, meets every Satur 'ay
evening in Ibe A. O. U. W. Temple.
Geo. R. CalifT, serrctary.
UeWkslis Willamette ReWknh Ilg
No, 2 meet second and fourth Friday of
each month at I. 0.0. F. Temple.
Matta (iotlfrv, wtcretary.
To'i Robin Hojd No. 9, Foretder of
America, meets Mrt and third Friday In
the month in Red Men's llall.-W. B.
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uiuiwi.i j, . ifcutry ; r. i. iiognr, cioei
Meade Pist No. 2, G. A. R., meets
f! t V ,rd iv evening and third fla'''lr.y
afternoon in each month at Wilamette
Hull. d. A. Harding, commandpr.
Clackamis Chapter No. 2, R. A. M.,
meet on tbe third Monday of cacb
month in Masonic Hall. M. Bollack,
Pioneer Chapter No. 28. O. E. 8. meets
tbe second and fourth Tuesdays in each
month at Masonic Hall. Miss Jenni
Or'on Lodge No. 3, 1. 0. O. F., meets
every Thursday in Odd Fellows' Hall.
T. V. R"n, sppretsry.
En' .impmentNo. 4, 1. 0 O F.
meets first and third Tuesday in each
mor.'.h. J. A. Stuart, secretary.
Redmen Wacheno Trite No. 13, Imp.
O. R. M., meets Saturday evening 7:30,
st Red Men's Hall.-N. M. Moody, C.
of R. ; Chan, Woodward Sachem.
Multnomah Lodge No. 1, A.F. A. M.,
meets first snd third Saturdays in eacb
month at Masonic Hall. T. F. Ryan,
Mead Relief Corps No 18, mr-tf at
Willamette Hall the first Monday in
every month at 2 o'clock p. m. end ibe
third Monday in every month at 7:30
o'clock p. in. The Auxiliary meets at
tho Armory building the 1st and 3rd
Saturday in each month at 3 o'clock p.
n. ".3. Ilo.sina Foots, president. Mra.
Mary L. Bradley, secretary.
Artisans meets first, second and fourth)
Thursday; in each month at Red Men's
Hall. J. T. Searle, secretary.
CV.l.olic Knights of America St. John's
Hunch No. 047, meets every Tuesday of
Tuala'inTent, K. 0. T. M., meets in
Red Men's Hall, on second and fourth
Weduerdaya U. H. Hyatt, reord
Willamette Falls Camp No 143, W. O.
W. m'.ets Dt and 3rd Fridays in the
Willamette Hall. C. C, Sol. S. '.Talker
and clerk G. Olds.
Lone 1'ine Lodtre, No. 53, A. F. A A.
M., Loiran, Or., meets on the second
Saturday in each month from the 1st ot
May to ltd of November at 2 p. in. snd
from lot of November to 1st of "ay at
10 a. m. A. E. Lewellen. W. M., Geo.
C. Arni'trong. Sec.
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