The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931, February 28, 1912, Image 3

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PRIZE WINNING ESSAY
By Hoy Vlnynrd
Tow tiooiilo ronllxo Hint thoy nro
vlni! In n country whom slnvory
hounds, whuro n class of mmplo
nlled saloon hoopers almost own,
ml control tliu morals of thousands
f our laborers.
President il, In coin linn llio honor
r frcoliiff tlio liliok slim', which
cro brought over from Africa; hut
0 utnn linn yet tho honor of freelwi
h own whlto brother Mlnvo, who U
thorliiR under ono of tlio iiiohI tin
itrrlful tank ninsttirs Hint time linn
i ought Into existence, tlio ttlcohol
Bunion. Our iiovoriuiiMil make
ixrlitl laws, Which (elves thin demon
ii exclusive rlnht to roll, mid mako
rlmlnnli of our work Inn clns of
ioin. Of co u mo tlio demon put
tiooilly Iiak of inonoy In Undo
nut's iMickot ovary yotir, who takes
I with n hiiiIIo nml says, "Well dona
slthdil sorvant. Make- itlll inoro."
Whom did tho demon net tlio
innoyT If wo wntch tlio Intmrer,
ho workit In tho city, wo will not
omlor lonKi when pay-day come,
ml wo boo him himhuI hit wholo
.lonth'n carnlnes In soma saloon,
9, ml then who pays tlio debt?
Now wa Html I turn to tho homo,
khero tlm debt must ho paid tlio
cro ml tlino, not In money, hut In
orruw, huiiKir, disgrace nnd ovarty
llio wholo family shares till doht
ho wlfo pays a Unco mrt by endtir-
uk har husband's iininnrrlful blows,
hlch ho kIvih. hor, whllo ho I under
tic Influence of tho drink, nnd hy
rltiK another slavo under n tank
Bimttor culled (tovorty. Hho linn Ihhui
lt to thli iiinitor hy hor own htm
mid, for n drink of llijuor not for
mt ono, hut ono plus ono, nnd mi on.
ho children pay part also, hy sulns
unary, Ill'Olnd nnd lllltnrato. Hut
,OI iltn iImIiI la tint fnllv iinlil TttM
Bri'ion haa sjlvcn tho monoy to tho
i vernmeiit, nnd will not caII It a
i mrw dual with tho siitTorlnK of tho
it toror' fAinlly. Ono thins inoro ho
ciiittndi---tho mini soul, which
snoot bo redeemed nl nuy price,
vo throueh tho blood of Chrlit.
! It right for tho laborer to give
II of hla dally wages to tho saloon-n-per
that tila wlfo nmy dress In
no allka, and llnru, whllo hla own
Ifo muat ko In rags, which hnvo
fen clvcn her by aomo charitable
otlety? flhatl tho common poo id o
ruled their own children that they
nay clothe and feed tho saloon-
leepor'a children?
Our Senators and Itoprcscntatlvc
t Congress havo power to atop tho
j- nor frame, why don I they do
HeCAuao they wnnt tho hag of
loney that conic in from thl
tcntron million of dollar every
vat They nro IhoiiKhllrwsly reap-
?iK (III vat nmount of money from
lii price of human anula. Would
hey sell Iholr own loya' oul for
itny time tho amount Hint la pnld
ito tho IreaauryT Why nbould tho
fiiiliera of (Jonercsa caro for tho
ilKirer llo la only n degraded
trnlier of tho human rnco, and hla
tbltallon I In tho very dut of alu,
id disgrace' What will hla dill
tn amount to? Who careaT Thl
water mul hnvo a certain numler
xiula every year that It may live,
tho Kovernmunt ho turned It
4i Into n pasture made fertile by
e many aoula of iioor boya. Thoy
helpless, without protcotlon from
homo, or tho government. There
ho way of oscuno, unei tho nation
kr n door through which thoy
4y pass, And that door la tho alwll-
m of tho liquor trnrtle.
Cnunot tho parents render proteo
it to their children against this
il' In no way nro tho home ol
10 InhorlufC mon protected. Tho
III era nro employed perhnpa mlloa
nin home, thoroforo thoy havo Mary
tilo tluio for training thglr children,
id when tho boya cqmo to tho agu
f ilxtoon to seventeen, thoy nro
ikon Into tho back door of aomo
iloon. whero thoy play their firm
Atno of pool nnd take their drink.
fv'hcn a young "man first entqra n
iloon, ho hoco lu with clean hands
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YOU CAN BUY....-...-
r:.
Hoti i
Bread
EVEHY jMOJtNIISG ,
nftor 8:30 o'clock,
baked by tho
American Bukcry, In
l'nrk Adtliiron, nt
COHKEITS -
BHUEY'S
nnd
MISENEIVS - v
Storca.- 'f
UAKOD IN THB.OMI.Y
URICK OVEN IN TOWN.
.
.
mid n whllo heart, but when hi
mother sees him nKnlu hi hnnda nro
ahncklod nnd hla lionrt hna been
painted hlnek hy tho nlrohnllo demon.
Tho fnthor cannot help hla boy ho
cnuao ho hlmaoir la a alnvo to tho
drink hnhlt. Tho mother caii only
atiuid nnd liimont tho captivity of hor
on. Hho ennuot help liliu; alio la
not ovon nllowed to enat ft voto to
anvo hla aoul.
Tho mnn who volea In fnvor of tho
snloon that hla town mny hnvo monoy
for city ImprovomuntM, la iIoIiik ao nt
tho prlco or Ida own aon'a moiiI.
Thoro la ono thine certain, nnd
Hint la tho Inhoror auffora moat
from tho effects of tho llqunr trnfllo
ThoiiKh ho doca not uao tho drug,
Indirectly ho help to pny tho Honor
rovenuo, Tho merchant muat oharKu
n InrKer prlco for Ida nooda thnt ho
may mnko aomo houeat laborer pay
a drunkard'a Krocory bill. Whon
will thl aloopliiK nation nwakon to
eo Ha daiiKorT
Tho atatoa build prlwms.ln which
to put tho poor workman for patrou
Ulng (he nloou. nn Inatttutlon which
tho state protect, nnd to which It
Klvoa a perfect rleht to mnko n
criminal of any man or Uiy What
rlKht hoa tho atalo to caal n man Into
prliujn for patronizing tho aaloou?
Tho man who Bella tho liquor la tho
man that ahnuM bo ;iuulhod. let
tho nation do away with tho aaloon,
and then tlio BiifferliiK or tho mor
will ho Icm; the liuano aayluma will
deereao lu population i tho ntntu
prlaona will begin to empty, and tho
nation will rtourlih In proipvrlty nnd
hnppltio,
Tho following la n common ex
ample or tho otpenao that tho drink
habit la to tho government: A
aloon-keeper no Id n man a pint or
liquor, making a profit of fifteen
centa; tho man undor tlio Influonco
of that drink killed hla aon-liulaw.
It coit tho atato over ono thouaand
dollar to arreat And execute tho
murderer, and tho man lot hla aoul.
All Buffered from tho effect or tho
pint or liquor except tho aaloon
keeper, who la protected that ho may
furnlh tho aylum with lunatic;
tho prlaon with outlaws, nnd tho
peoplo with Buffering and povorty.
CANIIIIIATICH' ANNOt'NCKMKNTH
I'OU COU.NTV KCHOOli HUrKltl.V
TI.XIIKNT.
I lieroby announce rnyaelf n caodl
dntn for tho ofllco of county achool
Biiperlntndent, aubject to tho npprnv
al or tho Republican voter at tho
prlmartea to bo held April 19.
J. K. MYKIIB.
(I'ald advortiiomoul).
l-'Olt COl'XTY Cl.lCltlC.
I hereby announce myceU an a can
dldato U) succeed myeU to tho office
or County Clerk, aubject to tho ap
proval of tho Democratic, voter or
Crook count at tho "primary elec
tion to bo hold April 19.
WAItitKN IIHOW.V.
(I'ald Advertisement.)
ion HiiKiurr.
I hereby announce myself as a
oandldato for tho office or ahcrlff,
aubjeet to tho approval of tho Ilo
publloan votora or Crook county at
tho prlmnry election to ho hold on
April 19. 1912. If nominated and
elected, I 'will conduct tho business
or tho alovo office to tho lost of my
nblllty and will rIvo espoclal atten
tion to'tax matters.
C D. HHOWN.
Uond, Oregon. .
(Paid advertisement).
It)lt COUNTY CI.KUK.
To tho voters or Crook county:
I hereby announce my candidacy
for tho nomination of. County Clerk
ou tho Republican ticket at tho com
Ing prlmurlcs, April 19th, and If
nominated and electod, 1 will por
form tho dutle or tho office to tho
best of my ability, and for tho beat
lutoroata of tho taxpayers 'and cltl
sons In gonoral and along sound busl
noss principles,
HOWARD W. TUUNKU.
(Paid advortUomont.)
1X1IMCOUNTY AKSKHSOIt.
To tho Republican voter ot Crook
countyt '
I horoby nnnounco my candidacy
for tho nomination to tho ofllco ot
County Aasossor at tho prlmarloa ou
Ajirll 19, 1912. If I am nominated
and elected, I will, during my term"
of ofllco, uao my host ondeavor to
glvo a thorough And impartial assess
mont, to assess by legal subdivisions,
to Index by legal subdivisions, and
by natne, to koop alt record In nn
uptodato uinnuor, making It easy to
find' nmount of tax on each pnrcol ot
'nnd'b'r Amount ot uaoh Individual
Uix, to personally nttonu to mo uuuos
of tho ofllco, to glvo prompt ant
CiUitloun trontment (u nil. I deslro
placed altar my imnio on tho noml
u.illiig ballot iiuf-inosH Aumiuis
trntlon of, tho Aaqosuor's olllco.
W. R. VAN Al.MJ.S'
(Paid ndvortlsomont.)
W.W1H VYMH. VOU COUNTY
ASSKHSOU.
To tho Itopuhllcan votora of Crook
County: -
I, horoby nnnounco my cnniHuacy
for 'tho nomination for county nt-sos
aor for Crook County," Ore, nt tho
Primaries to bo ht)ld on April loth,
1912. It uomlnatod nnd oloctod, 1
will, during my torm or ofllco, dovoto
my ontlro tlmo to tho duties ot tho
office. I shall uso my utmost on
donvor to secure oqunl naeaamont,
without roar or fnror. I will boo
that tho tax rolls nro prepared
promptly nnd as provided by law,
Tho pocket books or tho tnx pnyors
nro dlroctly nffoctod hy tho ndmluls
trntlon or thl otlco. I doalro to
hnvo ptncod, nftor my nnmo on tho
odlclnl nomlnntliiK bnllnt, thcao
word: "lltrlct nltentlou to busl
tioBH, oqunl aaacsNtuonta, pnrtlnllty to
iiono."
I.BWIB WYiI.DK.
(I'nld ndvortliomeut,)
Vim fOUNTV JI'IKJK,
t hereby announce my candidacy
for uomlnntlon on tho Itopiibllcnu
ticket for tho olllco of County Judge
nnd, If olootod, promlo tho cltlxons
of Crook county n fair f.nd Impnrtlnl
ndmlnltrntlon or that olllco nnd will
uao my ontlro efforts townrd tho bet
torment of tho condition of our
county nnd Its cltlxons.
ClfAI'l FH O. POM.AUP
(i'nld ndvortliomeut.)
I'OU HTATIi HK.VATOIt.
I lieroby nnuounco myaeir n randl
dato for nomination for tho ofllco or
HtAto Henator on tho Democratic
ticket nt tho primary nominating
election to bo held April 19, 1912, In
tho .Seventeenth Henatorlal District.
KltANK U, YOUNU.
(I'ald advortliotnont.)
CANOIDATK TOIt DIHTIIICT AT-
TOHXKY.
To tho Itopuhllcan voters or Wasco,
Crook and Hood lllver Countlos:
I lieroby nnuounco my candidacy
for tho llopubllcan nomination for
District Attorney for tho Hovonth Ju
dicial District comprised or Woico,
Crook nnd Hood lllvor Counties, nt
tho coming primaries to bo hold
April 19, 1912. If nominated and
elected, tho dutlra or tho District
Attornoy'a ofllco will nlwnya havo
first consideration. I ahnll strlvo
fully to onforco all law, and protect,
to the utmost or my Ability, tho In
terest or tho wholo peoplo or my
DUtrlct. I ptedgo myaeir to glvo my
poraonal Attention to tho nooda or
each or tho counties comprising tho
Seventh Judicial District.
(Paid Adv.) CAIII.TON I PKPPER.
W. A HKMi I'OU DIHTIIICT
ATTOItNKY. .
To tho llopubllcan Klcctora of Crook,
Hood lllvor and Wasco Counties:
I hereby announce myaeir a a can
dldato for the Itopuhllean nomina
tion for District Attornoy at tho com
Ing Hlmarlcs, April 19, And If nomi
nated and elected I will during my
term of office devote my ontlro tlmo
to the duties of tho office to tho ox
clualon or other law business, and
glvo my persona! attention and first
consideration to tho huilnesa of tho
office, and will personally assist tho
officers In each county with tho en
forcement or tho Criminal I.nw, and
eoclally will I exert myself to on
forco the law against vlco, immoral
net nnd tho traffic In whlto alavory,
(Paid Ad.) W. A. DKLU
NOTICK OP I'INAIj 8KTTI.KMKNT.
Notlco Is hereby given by the
undersigned that ho has mndo and
tiled with tho Clerk or tho County
Court or Crook County, Oregon, hla
Final Account aa Administrator or
tho Kstato or Jatnea A. Mitchell, de
ceased, and that snld County Court
haa aet Monday, tho 1st day or April,
1912, at 10 o'clock a. m. nt the
County Court room In Prlnevlllo,
Orogon, s tho tlmo and placo lor tho
hearing And Bottleinent or said Final
Account, at which tlmo and placo any
person Interested In said Kstato may
appear and ohjoct to ald aettlomonL
Dated thl S8th day of February.
1912. C. 8, llenion, Attornoy for tho
Administrator,
JOHN I. WEST.
Administrator or the
Kstato or Jamea A.
512 Mitchell, docoaaod.
NOTICK FOU 1'Ulir.lCATION.
Dopartmont or tho Interior, U. 8.
Land Ofllco at The Dalle. Oregon,
January 22nd. 1912.
Notlco la heroby given that Adolph
H. Fischer ot Uond, Oregon, who, on
March 8th, 1910, made homestoad
entry No. 0S173, for 8H8WU,
NWU8WK. See. 4. and NKU8KU.
8 ec. S, township 17 south, rango 13
oast, Willamotto Meridian, no filed
notlco of Intention to mako final com
mutation proof, to establish claim to
tho land above described, before II,
O. Ellis, U. 8. Commissioner, at his
oftlco at Ilend, Orogon, on tho, 9th
day ot March, 1913.
Claimant namo as witnesses:
Andrew Moen, Harry Stewart, Or
vlll O. Cardwoll, Clarence V. Uarto
and Philip O. Young, all of Ilend,
Oregon. C. W. MOOnE,
47-51 Register.
REWARD.
Fifty dollars will bo paid for ovl
donco leading to tho conviction of
any porson or porsons placing rocks
or other obstructions in tho main
canal or tiny ot tho laterals of tho
Deschutes Reclamation nnd Irriga
tion Company, generally known as
tho Swalloy Ditch.
DESCHUTES RECLAMATION &
IRRIGATION COMPANY,
Hy J. R. Dunham, Prosldont. lp
Some riuo SiH)d.
II. J. Kggleaton has just rocclvod
a lino lot or Hold nnd garden aood.
In tho lot Is Bonio or tho best seed
oats ovor soon horo, as woll ob clovor
and Imported alfalfa. Got your
ordor In oary beforo tho supply Is
oxhausted.
NOTIOIJ KOIl l'Ufir.IOATION.
Dopnrtmout of tho Intorlor, U, B.
Land Ofllco nt Tho Dalles, Oregon,
Kphruary 1st, 1912.
Notice Is hereby given that Charles
w. Thornwalto, of Tumalo, Oregon,
who, on Koptombor 9th, 1904, made
homestoad entry, No, 13787, sorlal
No. 03297, for noVt. bocIIoil 19, town
ship 10 south, rnngo 11 east, Will
iimotto Meridian, has filed notlco or
Intention to mnko final flvo year
proof, to establish clnlm to tho land
nlmvo described, before II, C. Kill,
IT. H. Commlswlonor, nt hla ofllco nt
lloud, Oregon, on tho 14th day or
Mnreh, 1912.
Claimant tinmen ns wltnosses:
flrover O. Pulllam, rrodorlok W.
lovcrenx. IIulKTt A. Hcogglns nnd
Kills-11. Kdglngton, nil or Tumalo,
Orogon.
C. W. MOOHB,
48-S2p Itoglstor.
NOT1CU I'OU I'UIHilOATIOX.
Dopartmont or tho Intorlor. V, B.
laud Office at Tho Dalles, Oregon,
January 29th, 1912.
Notlco la hereby given that William
J. McOlllvray, surviving husband, nnd
administrator or tho estate or Char
lotto K. McClllvray, (deceased)
asslgnco of Sarah Ferguson, of Ilend,
Orogon, who, on March 14th, 190S,
mndo Desert Land Kntrr No. 640.
Serial No. 023ZC, for oH so'4, Sec.
24. T. 18 8., It. 12 K. and wtf aw,
section 19, township 18 south, rango
13 oast, willamotto Meridian, haa
filed notlco of Intention to mako final
deaort proof, to establish claim to tho
land nbovo described, before II. C.
Kill. V. B. Commissioner, nt hla nRlrn
at Ilend, Oregon, on tho 11th day of
Mnrcii, 1812.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Krncst Carrntt. Itnr A. McOlllvrnv.
Cora A. Iirosterhous and Charles D.
Ilowo, all of Uond, Oregon.
C. W. MOOIIK,
48-52 ItcglBter.
NOTICK FOU I'UHMCATIO.V
Not Conl Land.
Dopartmont of tho Interior, United
States Land Ofllco, The Dalles, Ore
gon, January 31st, 1912.
Notlco Is hereby given that James
Ryan, asslgnco of Archibald Camp'
bell, whoso postofllco address la Dead,
Oregon, filed In this office this 21st
day of July, 1911. (under 2300 R. S.)
his application to select tho BE','
BWtt, Sec. 20. township 17 south,
rango 12 oast, Willamotto Meridian,
Serial No. 09334.
Any and all persons claiming ad
versely tho lands described, or de
siring to object because of tho min
eral character of the land, or for any
other reason, to tho disposal to ap
plicant should Ulo their affidavit
of protect on or beforo tho 16th day
of March, 1912.
C. W. MOORE.
48-C2 Resistor.
Colonist
Fares
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March 1 to April 15, 1912
Vrora the MUdle and lUurrn por
tion., of the Unlln! Main and Canada
to all poiuUIn the Nottlmrtt on tb
Oregon-Washington
Railroad & Navigation
Company
From CHICAGO $33.00
From ST. LOUIS 32.00
From OMAHA 25.00
From KANSAS CITY 25.00
From ST. PAUL 25.00
Proportionately low fares from nil
other points. Direct Bervieo from
Chicago, St. Paul, Omaha and Kan
bos City over the C. & N. W., UNION
PACIFIC, OREGON SHOUT LINE
and O.-W. R, & N.
Uses Protected bjfAntoaiatlc Block Signal
You Can Prepay Fares.
White thtte ratts apply Wctlbouod only fares
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with your local stent, and an order will be Icle
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General famugrr Ascot. rORTLAND, OU.
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Kates: $i.oq and upi with Hath, $ oo and up,
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mm
VvMBJafci?-rwK-Ta3JlflaSBrMQfn-
NOTICK I'Oit I'UIJMCATION
Dopartmont or tho Intorlor, U, 8.
Land Office nt Tho Dalles, Oregon,
January 29th, 1012.
Notlco Is horoby given that Ooorgo
Hlgelnson, of Tumalo, Oregon, who,
on October 13th, 1010, tnado homo
stead ontry No. 07500, for oA swVi,
nnd w noVn section 18, township
10 south, rango 11 oast, Willamotto
Meridian, has filed notlco of Inten
tion to muko final commutation proof
to establish claim to tho land Abora
doscrlbod, beforo II. C. Hills, U. B.
Commissioner, at his ofllco at Ilend,
Oregon, on tho ISth day of March,
1912.
Claimant names as wltncses:
Jonas U. Olkson, rrodorlok W. tarer
enz, Hubert A. Hcoggln and Henry C.
Bchumaoher, all or Tumalo, Oregon.
C. W. MOOIIK,
48-C2 Jtoglstcr.
Sutherland
(Sb Mcintosh
Contractors
and
Builders
Jobbing
Promptly Atteo4ei to
Shop on Oregon St.
lUtlmstc on
application
Wall Paper at
rorlland Trices
N. P. WEIDER
PAINTER
& Paperhanger
Cheapest and Ilest Wall Paper Sam
ples in the county. Get
My Prices.
Box 39.
Bend, Oregon.
1912 CATALOG
MAILED FREE.
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Buy the nuHwoik direcS from our bii factory
lor ooe-lKird lo ball ol what yoa vronld par
your local dialer. Wa operate our own mill
aad can guarantaa mrj picca vra naka la b
weil-mado sad ol choiceA tilaJricd turabet.
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5-paae) doora, IS tat. 51 JO. Galticua
buaalow doon. 91.00. Duojabw (root
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Is a hamruerleu gun with a solid
fraraei IUjicr to Ofrt(te quick
er and smoother action than anr
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jverfcctly balanced.
Detailed deaerlptioa of car of our
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5j I'lTTOLS. TELESCOrES
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rhoto mallors In nixes 8x10 and.
7x4 Vt Inchm may bo obtalnod at Tho
Dullotln omco. Dear this In mind
whon you have n plcturo to Bend
through tho mall,
(T
NEW
J
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STORE
I am now prepared to do all
kinds of watch and jewelry
repairing.
My prices arc reasonable,
my work is truaranteed.
Will be pleased to have you
give me a trial.
R. H. SOLOMON
J
$
Home Made
Bandies
Fresh
Daily
ICE CREAM
and Hot and Cold
Drinks at the fountain.
Best Bakery Goods in the City.
Splendid assortment of Fruit
always on Hand.
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New
PALACE
MARKET
Charles Boyd,- Prop.
MEAES
Vegetables, etc.
ntATi:itXAIi SOCIGTIUS.
M. W. of A.
Pilot Butte Camp No. 9794
Meets every Tuesday in hall over
postofllco.
Visltinfir Neighbors always welcome.
Z. W. Lindbonr. V. C.
N. P. Welder, Clerk.
Deschutes Lodge No. 103
K.ofP.
Meets every Wednecday
evening- at 8 p. m. la
Castlo Hall, i-ostronleo
Bldj. VUltinj- KnlghU
welcome.
Chaa. D. Rowo, C. C.
N. P. Smith, K. R & a
I. O. O. F.
BendLodgoNo.218
Reg;. Meetings every Monday night
Visitors welcome
O. M. Patterson. N. G.
W. L. Wing; Secretary,
BEND LODGE No. 139
A. F. & A. M.
Meets on Thursday on or
before the full moon of each
month. Viiitinc brothers
always welcome.
J D. DaTidMii, W. M, It. K. Allen, BecreUr-
VltATKUNAIi lmOTUKUHOOU.
Uond lodge No. 897 meets on the
first and third Friday evening In tho
jlal over tho poatolllco. VlaltlnK
brothora and sisters always welcome.
1 U. N. Hoffman, Prosldont
Sara M. Porry, Secretary.
llOVAb NtnailUOIlU AMKUICA.
Hogular niootlnes fcvor luursday
day nltjht. Vlsltlns. members ot
the order welcomed.
Mrs. Oeorga S. Young. Oracle,
I Mrs. L. O. Flomlntr, Recorder,
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