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SATURDAY, JANUARY" 24, 1903.
This Cap Label
Is a guarantee of tho purity and rich
ness at EiaDorated Cream in tha can
which bears it Insist on seeing it
oejore rou rjuy, or ssk your aoaier ior
, It eoes farthest Is most appetiz
ing and mora pleasing to the era
uum um watery imitations.
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i SUNDAY AT
I THE CHURCHES
Congregational Church Tho re
vlval services during tho week havo
been very helpful and will contluuo
over Sunday. There will be a prayer
meeting at usau. Sunday school at
10; preaching at 11, and 7! 30. All
tho services will bo thoroughly ovan
' gellstlc, conducted by Rev. W. ti,
'Smith and the pastor. Tho oubject
in tho morning will be, "What is it to
bo a Christian?" and in tho evening,
i Tho Great Teacher's Question." All
are invited who do not attend other
places of worship. J. Edwards, niln
West End Chapel Corner of West
wool) ana Maple streets. Sunday
school at 2:30. Preaching at 3:30 by
J. Edwards. All Invited.
, First Baptist Church Tho revival
services will be continued each oven-
ing next week. Sunday evening tho
. subject will bo "All at It," and in tho
evening, "The Great Salvation." Tho
public Is most cordially Invited to all
these services. R. w. lung, pastor.
' Methodist Episcopal Church Sun
day school, 10 a. m., A. J. Owen, su
. perlntendent Sermon. 11 a. m. Class
I meeting, 12: IB p. m., Rev. G. W. Rig'
by, leader. Epworth Leaguo, 0:30 p.
'a Preaching, 7! 30 p. m. All are
(cordially Invited to attend thoso ser
vices, Robert Warner, pastor.
Christian Church Corner of
.Johnson and Water streets. Services
'as follows: 10 a. m., Bible school,
: lesson, "Pauls' Advice to Christians
i nt- ThoaQfllntiirn". 11 n Tn odnnnn
I - - .. , ... uviuiuii,.
"Seat of Religious Authority": 7:30
! P. m., sermon, "The Law of the Spirit
i of Life in Christ" Windows, doors
i and seats are now provided for lee
, ture room. All cordially invited to
attend. J. B. Lister, minister.
ono of our Sunday school mission
arles for tho Presbytery of East Or
egon. All aro very cordially lnviteu
to tho meetings. Robert J. Dlvcn,
M. E. Church, South Sunday ser
vices at follows: 10 a. m., Sunday
school; 11 a. m., preaching by pastor;
3 p. m., Junior Epworth Leaguo; 6:30
p. m., Epworth League, leader, Miss
Fannlo Woodward; 7:30, preaching
by pastor. Meeting on Thursday
eight Everybody invited. E. B.
REORGANIZE STATE GUARD.
I First Presbyterian Church 10 a.
jm., Sunday school, 11 a. m., sermon,
, , . . , "God the Creator"; 3 p. m.. Junior En-
Mushes and prepared foods J ,ieavor; G:45 p. m., Senior Endeavor:
ol all kinds. 17:30, sermon by Rev. B. V .Harper,
Pancake fand H-O Buck
wheat Flour for your
Best Maple Syrup
Our Tea is the very-
choicest on the market.
Miller Grocery Co.
623 Main Street
Phone Main 511
LET US FILL
The coffeo habit is quickly over
come by thoso who let Grain-O
take its place. If properly made
it tastes like the best of coffee. No
grain coffee compares with it in
flavor or healthfulness.
TRY IT TO-DAY.
U ctocars everywhere ; lsc. and 25c per package.
,We can supply you with
Building Material of all
descriptions and save
B'u i Idin g paper, lime,
cement, brick and sand.
Wood gutters for barns
and dwellings a specialty.
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Alta St., Opp. Court House I
mice, uwessea -a
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Fresh Eggs and Butter.
Shrimps, Crabs, Lobsters and
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Phone Red 691
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New National Law Will Cause Nu
mernus Changes In Oregon Militia.
It is likely tho Oregon national
gulrd will be reorganized to meet the
requirements of tho now national mil
itary law passed by congress. The
essential feature of the law makes
tho national guard or militia In the
ttatcs a reserve army at the call of
the president, which. In fact, makes
it a part of tuo regular army.
The Oregon militia officers do not
caro to discuss the law In detail until
thoy havo seen copies of its latest
amendments. Tho low will be sent to
tho governor, and he will take tho
first step to reorganize the guard In
accordance with its terms. One
lhing may bo predicted with certain
ty, and that Is that the entire guard
of tho state will form one regiment
Instead of two, as nt the present
Tho guaid officers as well as mill
tla members generally, are pleased
with the new law. It means that the
days aro past when officers had to
buy their own uniforms and members
of tho rank and file dig down Into
their pockets for money with which to
pay for target practice. The guard
will bo furnished with modern and
up-to-date equipment instead of the
old rifles that they now have, and will
drill during encampment with the
regulars. Tho discipline may provo
somewhat moro severe than under
the old reglmo r.nd the lines may be
drawn tighter in every direction, but
the fact that Unqlo Sam has direct
control and can put the men Into
tioh as quickly as the regular army
and on an equal footing with the lat
ter, more than makes up for the Iron
clad regulations. True, those who
join with the Idea that militia life Is
n perpetual picnic will be terribly
disappointed, but officers claim they
niako poor militiamen anyway, and
their absence Is more desired than
Since the guard Is now a part of the
Unlted States army, the chances aro
uiut me siaio win not need to ap
propriate so much money towards Its
maintenance. Tho original bill was
amended so many times before It be
camp a law that the press dlspatclies
on tho subject have only given the
officers a very hazy idea of the true
character of the law as amended,
and until copies are received It will
be Impossible to tell just what
bearing the matter will have upon
the guard further than nlrearlv atnt.
The rW ti.. .
COUNTY OF CHAMBERLAIN,
Movement to Form a New Countv
From Portions of Baker and Mai
Baker City. Jan. 24. A stronir et.
ion is ucing made to create a new
county from parte of Baker and Mal
heur counties, durlne the nresnnr hps.
slon of the legislature, with Hunting-
ion ior a county seat.
it will Include a lareo Dart of tho
oil fields in the Malheur basin.
It will Include the Willow ctppV-
gold fields, discovered last July.
It will include the towns of Hun
tington, Durkee. Mormon Basin. Mnl.
heur City, Ironside and Dell.
The new county will not touoh tho
rich valleys of Eagle and Pine anU
its formation will probably prevent
fpr all time jto come any effort to
make of the EO-called '.'Danhandle" n
1110 proposed COUntV Will ttlUn frnm
uauer property to the assMEon- vain.
auon of about $250,000. It will tako
as much or more from Malheur coun
ty and Malheur county will lose moro
in me area than Baker. .
It is proopsed to call the new coun
The Ills of Women Act upon the
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The rc -ition of woman's nerves rind generative organs Is very
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Novelty (n Church Services
i-ondon, Jan. 24. With rhn HnnMn
object of protecting those who can
not afford to dress well and to pro-
"u Huvuuy, itev. u. J. Parker, vl
ir 01 uierKenwell, Initiated this
weK a series of servlrps holrt ( 01,
soiuto darkness. To enable the wor-
eiiippers to join in the service the
hymns and prayers were projected by
.. ul uiubh; luiiiurn onto a pre
apred screen. Jlr. Parker eays that
this Idea was nromutcii hv tho i,nn,i.
edge of the' dread that an average wo
man has of appearinc
orse clad than her nplr-himr. tiio
arish iS poor, and thn wnmon
quently explained their
anco by sayinc thnt thnv
uolu 10 uress wen enough to attend
church. It was mainly with tho view
of making comparisons Impossible
uuu inciueniany concentrator tho
female woishlDners' nttentlnn
serious thoughts by preventing their
oecoming aDsoruea in studying their
neighbor's hats and cowns that ho
was led to the experiment of holding
services In darkness.
The Oregon Dally Journal can be
found on sale at Frazler's book store.
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