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The New OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon, Sunday Morning Aprfl 7, 1929
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I OPEHTODAY
Ministers Sponsor Leader
ship Training Course at
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Church Building
A standard leadership training
school ot Interdenominational
character tor Christian workers
will b held at the Presbyterian
church here for six days begin
ning today and ending Friday.
April 1. The Salem Ministerial
' association is - sponsoring the
school and Dr. C. I. Andrews of
Kimball School of Theology is
dean. F. E. Neer Is registrar. The
school is open to Sunday teach
ers and persons Interested In that
work.
Instructors Givn
Instructors for the school and
the course each will offer Include:
Wlllam H. Hertsog of Salem,
"Principles of Teaching"; Fred
Grey of Seattle, a study ot the
New Testament showing the con
ditions nnder which the seTeral
books were produced; Norman K.
Tully. "The Message and Program
of the Christian Religion"; Louise
K. Handerup of Portland. "Pri
mary Materials and Methods.
1 ' Alta M. Gentry of Salem. "Jun
ior Materials and Methods"; C. I.
Andrews, "Psychology of Adoles
cence"; Faye A. Steinmets ot
Portland, "Missionary. Materials
and Methods"; Edna Jennison El
lis of Salem, "Story Telling irr Re
ligious Education."
Opens This Afternoon
The first session will be held
Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock,
when registration, distribution of
ext books, assignments ot lessons
and other routine will be accom
plished. All other sessions will
be held in the evenings, according
to the following schedule:
7:30-8:20 Class sessions, all
classes meeting at the same time.
8:20-8:45 Intermission, with
a general assembly meeting; de
votion, inspiration, fellowship.
8:45-9:35 Class sessions, clos
ing at 9:35 sharp each night.
Ward on Program
Rev. C. E. Ward of Salem will
bring the inspiration message
Monday and Tuesday evenings at
Nhe assembly period, and Rer. C.
E. Farnham of Portland will be
the assembly speaker Wednesday
and Thursday erenings. Mr. Farn
ham Is superintendent of week
day religious schools for the city
of Portland. His years of experi
ence in this work provide him
with keep insight into the task
of, and outlook for, religious edu
cation. Dr. C. I. Andrews will deliver
the address at the general meet
ing Friday night.
Several Groups
Calvary Church
Plan Meetings
The board of trustees of the
Calvary Baptist church will meet
at the church Monday night at
7:30 o'clock. The World Wide
Guild will meet at the church for
a pot luck supper at 6 o'clock
Monday evening.
Other events of the week for
th groups of this church include
the regular monthly business and
social meeting of the Young Mar
ried People's class Tuesday night.
The Sunday school orchestra will
also meet for practice Tuesday
evening at 7:30 o'clock. Regular
prayer and felowship meeting of
the church will be Wednesday eve
ning at 7:30 o'clock.
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Salvation Army Honors
Founder's 100th Birjhday
World Wide Organization Born in Work of
William Booth; First Effort
Scorned and Hooted
By CAPTAIN EARL WILLIAMS
A world-wide tribute to the
memory of a struggling preacher
of the London slums Is being paid
by the broadminded Christian
public this week, and especially
Wednesday, the hundredth anni
versary of his birth. The preach
er was the founder of the Salva
tion Army.
The motto of the organisation
"A man may be down, but he Is
never out," has foundjts way in
to every stratum of society until
it Is now a national as well as a
Salvation Army motto. In the
company with other corps, the
local corps of the Salvation Army
wil today pay honor to the mem
ory of General William Booth,
founder of the Army.
General William Booth
General William Booth was born
April 10, 1829. and died August
20. 1912. While a young man in
his twenties. William Booth was
a successful minister in the
Methodist church. He jraa a man
of powerful talents and a prac
tical dreamer ot dreams with the
organizing and executive ability to
put his plans Into operation.
Chafing under the restrictions
and limitations of an ordinary
pastor, he asked the conference
repeatedly to allow him to pursue
f-hls work as an evangelist and go
vival meetings and stirring up the
churches from a .condition of
lethargy and Indifference Into
which many had drifted.
After much prajer and study
over the situation and repeated
attempts to get the conference to
alow him to pursue his chosen
field of work, besevered his rela
tions with the Methodist church.
It was a drastic step to take,
but those tfcho are not prepared
to sacrifice must be content to
fail.
Founded In 9h61
And so in 1861 he began his
work as a free-lance evangelist
and conducted successful revivals
in various parts of England. Go
ing to London to fill an appoint
ment for another minister who
had taken sick, he was moved at
the sight of the countless hordes
of wretched and wicked people In
the east section of London, some
In utmost misery and without
hope.
It so gripped his heart and bore
upon his bouI that he went home
and broke the new3 to his wife
that. "He had found his destiny."
After talking over the situation,
the desperate outlook- from a fi
nancial standpoint, they knelt and
consecrated their lives afresh to
God and promised Him that they
would do what they could for
these poor people whd were being
utterly neglected by the estab
lished churches.
He immediately withdrew from
all evangelistic efforts and on
July 5, 1865, he stood on Mile
End Waste In his new capacity, as
the apostle of the poor and the
outcasts of society.
The First Meeting
With uncovered head the open
Bible in his hand, he preached to
the people of that crowded thoroughfare-
the gospel of salvation
from sin and its attendant miser
ies if continued In. That was the
first, public act, iir the God-conceived
plan, to produce the Salva
tion Army.
The General. In explaining the
difficulty he had with his first
converts, says: I found that mf
converts did not want to go to
church; the churches did not
want them because ot their past
! wickedness and uncouth manners;
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me In the saving ot others.
Organized Mission
So to meet the situation he or
ganized his work and called it
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"The East London Christian Mis
sion." But the converts lived in
nearly all sections of London and
so the qualifying term "East"
was dropped from the name and
the movement became known as
"The Christian Mission, 'and it
was on Christmas day of this his
torical year. 1865, that Commander-in-Chief
Evangeline Booth
was born.
It was not Until 12 years
(1877) later that the general
himself changed the name to "The
Salvation Army.
The adoption of the mUitary
form of government and titles
was a bold and courageous move.
It Is moee courageous still to have
preserved In sustaining It. It
should be borne in mind that, as
a system of government for a re
ligious movement. It was abso
lutely new.
The system, as devised and
adopted by the general, had not
only to endure the ridicule and
persecution of tfie scoffing, and
infuriated mobs, but to meet the
opposition of the religious world.
Uniform Something New
The introduction of a military
uniform also met with much op
position. Even the great Spurge
on himself said: "Those people
are only playing soldier." But
he lived to change his mind and
became a firm friend of the Army.
He later publicly stated that:
"Five thousand additional police
men would be necessary in Lon
don if the Salvation Army were
to be taken away."
The adoption of the jinusnal
methods, which are now well
known! practically the world over,
caused General Bootlj to become
one of the most, if not the most,
abused man in the world. The
most charitable view taken of him
was that he was a religious fana
tis and a fool.
The civic authorities made by
laws to prohibit their open air
meetings. Their soldiers and of
ficers were put in prison by the
score. Test cases were brought
to the law courts and while the
struggle was a severe and a long
one., the Army finally won out.
But being true to first prin
ciples, perseverance and enduring
hardness as good soldierg of Jesus
Christ finally won out and before
he died the general was honored
by civic and national authorities
throughout the world as few men
have been.
Out of this one. man's life and
efforts has grown a movement
which, while spreading itself
over a large part of the globe, has
given to mankind a style ' of re
ligion eminently vigorous, prac
tical, aggressive and suited to the
understanding and taste of mil
lionus otherwise untouched and
uninfluenced by any religion.
Revolutionary Effect
It has had a revolutionary ef
fect upon social endeavor where
ever Its work has been estab
lished; has modified the laws of
many countries to the great ad
vantage of the people and on this,
the one-hundredth anniversary
year of the birth of the founder.
William Booth, we see the "Blood
and Fire" flag of the Army as
a world flag.
"The World for Christ", Is now,
as ever. Its splendid motto, and
the watchword of Its. workers of
whatever rank or station is, Ev
ery hour and every power for
Christ and duty."
And., the Fvtnre -What of It?
"""The problem of the Salvation
Army is to retain the sacred
flame at white heat, and in this
celebration of the hundredth an
niversary of "the birth of its
founder we will all do well to go
back to Mile-End Waste for a new
inspiration and look at this mod
ern world of ours in the same
that's the man we'ee
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Easter service to be Given
Again at Church at 7:30
Sunday Night
In response to the many re
quests of both those who heard
and those who did not hear tthe
Easter concert given at the Ves
per service last Sunday afternoon,
the choir of the First Presbyter
ian church will repeat the con
cert at 7:30 Sunday eveningThe
choir Is under the direction of
William Wriht, with Prof. Frank
Churchill at the organ. The num
bers are as follows:
Organ prelude, "Chant Triom-
phale" ....... Gaul
I The Last Sapper
Solo, "A New Commandment"
Olivet to Calvary) Maunder
Mrl Lawrence Deacon
Chorus. "Bread of the World"....
Macklnnon
Quartet, "Lore Lb the Greatest
Gift of All" Wildermere
Tenor obllgato. Mr. Wright
II The Tragedy
8olo. "Let Thy Wili Be Done"....
Wildermere
Mr. Frank Ritchie
Chorus, "Soul of Chriat"....Webbe
Solo, "There Is a Green Hill Far
Away" Gounod
Miss Josephine Albert
Offertory, "Adoration" (The Holy
City) . Gaul
III The Victory.
Male Chorus, "Christ Is Risen"....
Mlnshall-Nevin
Chorus, "Unfold Ye Portals" (The
Redemption) Gounod
IV The Invitation
Trio, "O, Jesus Thou Art Stand
ing". Worthing
Chorus, "Awake Thou That Sleep
est," Stainer
"Treasurers of the Vatican,"
offering- a. pilgrimage to the
world's greatest museum, Is the
moving picture to be used Sunday
night in connection with the eve
ning services at the First Congre
gational church, announces the
Rer. Charles E. Ward, pastor.
Actuated by the desire to bring
the priceless treasures of this
storehouse of art to the eyes of
the millions who never hope to
visit Rome, Dr. Vincenze Fago af
ter much difficulty secured per
mission from the Pope to take
moving pictures in the Vatican.
Bible and church' history as
caught by the brushes of Michel
Angelo and Raphael and a dozen
other Immortal painters are por
trayed in this unusual picture. Al.
most a whole reel la given to the
master art of Raphael who 'gave
the best years of his life to reli
gious art in Rome.
This is a picture that will be
educational and inspiring to all
who Idve religion and ar.t '
Guest Night is
Plan of Class
The Business Girl's Bible class
of the First Methodist church will
hold its annual guest night meet
ing fn the church parlors Tuesday
evening. Miss Minnie Miller , is In
charge of the program and enter
tainment, and Miss Mabel Savage
and committee will be In charge
of refreshments.
Hght and with the same passion.
Let us pray for the Salvation
Army that Itg fervor and faith
and sacrificial service may con
tinue to be like the lights of the
Temple, always burning, and
burning with a-deathless, quench
less zeal for the salvation of men.
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I Church Board
Of Nazarenes
Meets Monday
The church board of the Church
of the Nazarene will meet la the
church Monday evening for Its
regular session. L. D. Smith is
the pastor. Other meetings ot the
week for the church Include
prayer meeting at 7:30 o'clock
Wednesday and young people a
meeting for Bible study Thursday
at 7:30 o'clock at the home of
Clyde Hoffer, 790 North Church
street.
Friday night the annual church
meeting will be held at the church
at 7:30 o'clock, when Dr. J. E
Bates, district superintendent, will
be present. Election and reports
from each department will be
held.
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TOPICS FOB MEETS
With the county Epworth
League' convention but a week
away and the state Christian En
deavor convention less than two
weeks in the offing, the young
people's societies of Salem are get
ting ready to play hosts to the
hundreds of delegates from out of
town. Meetings pf the various
groups this week will center
largely In the Interests of the ap
proaching events, and In several
places "model meetings" have
been requested. These will be
sponsored by the Salem Christian
Toung People's union.
College chapters ot the differ
ent groups will meet as follows
this evening:
Jason Lee Memorial, "Making
Friendships Christian", Dorothy
Whipple, leader; First M. E.,
"The Last Word," Helen Breit
haupt, leader; Leslie Memorial,
"The Christian In Social Life," El
len Jean Moody, leader; First
Presbyterian, "Material for Wor
ship", Mrs. Ellis, leader.
At the Calvary Baptist Zelda
Harlan will lead the young peo
ple on "Using the Bible as a Dally
Guide;" and Dorothy Pickens will
direct the discussion of "Making
Good Use of the Bible" for the
intermediate, group. "Material for
Worship" will be the subject for
the First Christian, with Ruth
Howe, leading.
Evangelistic
Pastors Tell
Week's Events
The week's nroeram for the
Evangelistic tabernacle, 13th and
Ferry street, will Include the fol
lowing events, as announced by
the pastor, Earl V. Jennison:
Tusday night. Brother Paul
Kienal will give a cosoel messace.
Wednesday afternoon at 2:30
prayer meeting. Thursday night,
music and a five minute sermon
ette by a worker, followed by a
short Bible message from the
pastor.' Saturday afternoon, 2:30,
one of the Interesting meeting's at
the Tabernacle, the children's
church, carried on bv the children
and led by Miss Pryor.
First Baptist
Church Growing
Just 98 new members were ad
ded to the First Baptist church In
the year Just closed, reports Rev.
Robert L. Payne following the
annual business meeting held ear
ly this week. Reports from all de
partments show a splendid growth
and Increase In the work over
previous . years.
During the year. $8,000 cash
was contributed to the church
work. -i .
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CC5&gi I UlP, MAMIE IU. GET
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M COUNCIL
TO HIT CYNICISM
. A vigorous attack upon cyni
cism and skepticism will be made
throughout the entire twenty
third biennial meeting of the Na
tional Council of the -Congrega
tional churches In the United
.States, to be held at Detroit,
Mich.. May 28 to June 4. 19Z
according to word from the head
quarters. The general theme will
be "Life-Giving Convictions."
More than 3.000 from the Con
gregatlonal churches ot United
States, Alaska, Hawaii and Porto
Rico as well as missionaries and
Christian nationals from foreign
countries will attend. Fraternal
delegates from other denomina
tions and from Inter-denomina
tional and benevolent organiza
tions in this country and abroad
will also he present. There are
more than 5,500 Congregational
churches with nearly one million
communicants members in the
United States.
Rer. Frederick Louis Fagley,
D. D., New York, N. Y., associate
secretary, of the Council, will give
the opening address May 28 on
"Religion and Adult Education."
The Council sermon will be
preached Sunday morning, June 2,
by Rev. Henry K. Booth, pastor.
First church, Long Beach, Calif.
Those who hare been invited to
address the meeting include Rev,
Ozora. S. Davis, D. D.. LL. D.,
president of Chicago Theological
seminary and moderator of the
Council for 1927-1929; Rev. S.
Parkes Cadman, D. D., pastor,
Central . Congregational church,
Brooklyn, N. Y., and radio min
ister of the Federal Council of
the Churches of Christ in Amer
ica; Hon. William E. Sweet, Den
ver, Colq.J former governor of
Colorado and associate moderator
of the Council, and many other
well-known, religious educators.
According- to - the precedent - of
tne council tne new moderator or
chief presiding officer will be a
layman. The election of moder
ator, associate moderator and as
sistant moderators is the Council's
first important business.
The biennial report will show
that during the two years, there
has been a steady growth in mem
bership. It will also show that
the number of churches has de
creased indicating that consolida
tion in "over-churched" communi
ties is continuing and that with
better roads and more autos as
many small isolated churches are
not necessary as formerly.
Chapin To Talk
To Brotherhood
On Chinese Topic
Leland Chapin will address the
Jason Lee brotherhood at its reg
ular monthly meeting Tuesday
evening, April 9, at the church
parlors at 6:30 o'clock. Mr. Cha
pin will speak on "Possibilities of
Brotherhood from the Chinese
Viewpoint." Following his talk;,
Mr. Chapin will spend some time
answering questions.
Several musical and entertain
ment features are also being
planned, announces, the secretary,
F. P. Phipps. W. A. Cummings
is president. '
Little Activity
Account School
On account of thfi-irft
school at the Presbyterian church,
the Mill Street Methodist Rnluw.
pal church will holdlao meetings
in the church this week, with the
exception of the intermediate
meeting Tuesdav and Saturdav.
reports the pastor, the Rev. Pat
rick Dahlin.
Saturday the regular meetings
of the Pioneer club, the Friendlv
Indian club and the story hour
group will be held at the usual
times and places.
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SP
PEACE NIK
A silver medal peace contest
will be held at the Friends church
corner South Commercial and
Washington streets, Sunday eve
ning at 7:30 o'clock. The follow
lng program will be presented:
Solo, Mrs, Grace Beach.
"Disarmament," Wlllam Laugh
lin.
"Is War Ever Right," Ruth
Pearson.
"William Penn's Experiment.''
Robert Brown.
'The True Brotherhood," Elaine
Fortune.
Duet, Mrs.- R. L. Wright and
Ross Miles.
"The Lateh8tring," Glenn Hard-
man.
"How Big is Alexander, Pa?
Belle Scott.
"The Three Kingdoms That
Were," John Laughlin.
Solo, Kenneth Abbott.
Decision of Judges and award
ing of silver medal to the win
ner.-
The. public is Invited to this, the
second peace contest sponsored
by the church.
Edna Holder,
Missionary,
To Give Talk
Meredith A. Groves, pastor of
the Ford' Memorial community
church of West Salem, will preach
this morning on "The Stewardship
of Service." A special feature of
the morning service will be a
group of songs by Florence St.
Pierre's Sunday school class of
boys. At the evening service. Miss
Edna Holder, missionary home on
iunougn rrom Indian, will speak
and James Smart will sing.
Week events for the church In
clude the Boy Scouts meeting
Tuesday night at 7:30 o'clock, the
official board meeting at 8:15
o'clock Tuesday and the prayer
meeting at 8 o'clock Thursday
night.
The Rose Burleuge Sunday
school class with their husbands
will have a potluck supper at the
church Tuesday evening at 6:30
o'clock. Everyone is requested to
bring their own dish. .
Ferrey to Show y-
Church Growth .
In New Series
Rev. Martin F. Ferrey, of the
Unitarian church has announced a
series of sermons dealing with the
development of the Christian
church beginning with Apostolic
times to the present. He will, dis
cuss the origin and .modifications
of the various creeds such as the
Apostolic, N 1 c e n e, Chalcedon,
Aug-sburg and others. The estab
lishment ot the various "Sacra
ments" will also be considered.
Subjects will be discussed under
such headings as "The Son of God
and the Son of. Man." "The Great
Physician and the Lowly Carpen-t
ter;r. "tThe J5acTmetB ;!-h "The I.
Magdalene and-the ; Pharisee tl
"Kin or Pope?: "The Refonna-T
tion." and 'DemocracY Govern
ment and Democracy in Religion."
Leslie Events
Give Way For
Training School
Evening activities at the Leslie
Memorial chnrch will be reduced
to a minimum this week in the ex
pectation that many members of
the chnrch will attend the Com.
munity Training school to be held
at the First Presbyterian chnrch.
The mid-week meeting and the
discussion group for young folk
will be held at 7:30 o'clock Thurs
day evening for those who do not
attend the school. The regular
Thursday evening , choir practice
will also be held. J. William Bel
cher of Portland, directing. The
hour will be 8:30.
Holiness Group
Will Hold Meet
At Local Church
The Marion county Holiness as
sociation will hold itg regular
monthly all day meeting at tne
First Evangelical church in Salem
Tuesday, April 9.- Rer. A. P.
Layton, pastor of the local church
which is at Liberty and Center
streets, will direct the meetings.
The opening service will be
held at 10:30 o'clock that morn
ing, with services to follow at 2
o'clock in. the afternoon and at
7:30 o'clock In the evening. A
lunch will be served at the chnrch
parlors at noon, visitors being re
quested to bring Aheir baskets.
Baptismal Day
To Be April 14
A week from today. April 14,
will be observed as baptismal
Sunday at the Castle United
Bjtthren church., announces the
pastor. Rev. Biddl.
' : Only one week-day meeting will
pe neia imi weet, with the prayer
services Thursday nl eh t at i-sn
o'clock: The thirteenth chapter
una ui v uiauieq. .
Btulness Men's Party
The Business Men's Bible class
of the First Metliodlst cfinrcb; will
meet tor a business session and so
cial ho nr at lh hnn-.-.nf ft m
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18J North High Street
CENTER STREET BUILDING
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about-15x$0.fet.
LEO N. CH1LDS CO.. Realtors
320 Stat Street Phone l?i7.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY"
BARBECUE, lunch room anA
ticket office. Stages make rest etoi
here. Good reason for selling.
First Natrons! Bank Bullying
FOR SALE Real EsUU
ACRE fruit tract, nod five room
house, good well and spring, outbuild.
Inga, ml. S. of Salem. Phen SIFll.
FOR SALE Beautiful home avr-
looking Baleni. Fruit acreage. Tentm.
rnone isvsj, owner.
COMFUB - to 4ell new- tocm
house on 20th st. Fireplace, baatmeM.
furnace, garaae. cement drive, wuika
and street, M150. Terms. Phone 2411.
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GREATEST Trading orranlzatlon nn
the Pacific Coast. We have over aoas
properties listed for exchange. Evtry
kind ot Property, every orice. ever lo
cation.' W can match your exchange
exactly. Uyou would like to tr
Sour property today, come in today.
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a M. EARLE. Realtor
ICC B. liberty Tel. 3343
FOR RAT.1t
Attractive Fairmount H1U Home
Built by owner
ARTHUR RAHN
Phone 1927 or 411
BARGAIN In S. Winter street home.
4 rooms newly decorated, fine east
front lot. $1500. C-0 down: S2t per
mo to Include Interest. 8EE us today.
134 B. Liberty Street Phone 516.
10. ACRES of choice farmln tand
with family orchard, 3 acres of straw -
berries, good improvement. 6 mlie
east of Salem. A good buy at $600 p.
ROOM new, fully modern Eng!!h
type bouse and garage at $40vM'C.
very easy payments and terms.
34 ACRES with arood Imnrnrrnwr.i
The best of clover and grain land. Win
trade for small acreage or clikhtn
ranch. Price fJSOO.OO or a bouse n
town.
A NEW English type house. C rocu.a
and garage, east front. Will trade for
acreage or smaller hous. Price Mt
? - OK k;t
f ROOM fully modern house.
WE write all kinds of insurnr.r.
J. F. Ulrich Co.
Realtors
129 N. Com'!. St.
Tel :S64
Wew Eirst KaUonaJ Bank
Building Directory
BASEMErtT
Experts - for Ladles and Gentleroea
FOURTH FLOOR
Drs. O'NelU A Burdette, ntometrlsta
Phone ..401-402-403.404-4M
r-"" KIQHTK FLOOR
Dr. C Ward Davis Oeneral Dentistry
aw. ese .r tufia; ty appomunent
Room 802 '
TENTH FLOOR
Dr. W. A. Johnson. DenUst
Telapbon 128a IMI
REAL ESTATE
'DIRECTORY
ANDEJRSON RUPERT. Baalters
Ut a High. . - - . Tel. 1144
W. A. BOND, 122 N. Com' I BU
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ill N.HIt-,j!. 1- . TeL 111
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100 Gray Bid .Pnows 7I
Jh - BOHimsTEDT
147 N. Commercial . Tel 171
120 State St. Tel. 1711
0 K. Cburcn Tel. 3830
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Z295 8. Church tit. . Phone lllt-j
U a XJbarty; St TeL 1141
HOMER D. FOSTER REALTY CO.
870 H State 6C TeL 848
W. H. GRABENUORST CO.
114 & Liberty 6C TeL II
- 1IELV1N JOHNSON
120 TJ. a- Bank 31ds. - TeL 437
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181 State at. Tel. 178
. 1 W. E. MOSES
451 Court St- TeL Ii
QERTUCDE i. M. PAGE
184 Court . TeL
; -. FERRINB 4V aiARSTEKS
SU.lli Gray Bids. TeL 907
. - RICH Ly REIMANN. -Raaltor
II N. HiSh.bt - TeL l(S
.v .80COLOFSKT SON
104-S First Kat Bk. Bldg. Tel. 974
iSQUARH DEAL HEALTH CO.
D. a Naf t Bank Bldg. Tel 47
. 'J-." ' ' r' . ULRICH
129 N. Commercial . . TeL 1354
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421 Court St - , TeL 451
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