The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933, November 24, 1904, Image 7

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0. R. & N. TIME TABLE.
East bound
No. 2, Chicago Special, 11:43 a. m.
No. 4, Hnokane Flyer, 8::i8 p. m.
No. (I, Nfatl and Express, 10:50 p. m.
No. 24, Way Krelifht, 12:10 p. in.
No. '22. Fast Freight, 4:05 a. m.
West bound
No. 1, Portland Special, 8:08 p. m.
No. 8, Portland Flyer, 5:3H a. m.
No. 5, Mall and Express, 4:48 a. lb.
No. 23, Way Freight, :2f a. m.
No. HI, Fast Freight, 5:46 p. til.
Hood Itiver Weather Report.
For week ending Tuesday, Nov. 22: Mean
maximum, fi2.; mean minimum,41; mean,
4ti.'J Highest temperature,. Nov. 21: lowest,
81 night of Nov. 19 Precipitation, 2.2a.
The ralD gage showed more than .01 of an
inch rainfall every 24 hours since last report:
the heaviest being 1.31 Inches and the low-
eit ' "' I). N. BYERLEE, Local Observer.
Money to loan E. H. Hartwig.
School books at Coe & Hon's.
Orpingtons and Minorcas at Lewis'.
Mayes Bros, will not open their butch
er shop hereafter on Sunday.
Cocoa menier and chocolate menier at
Bone & McDonald's.
Use Williams' anti-septic hair tonic
and keep off gray hairs.
BOOTHS have moved to where Rand
used to be.
$1000 to loan on farm property. Apply
to W. J. Baker.
McGuire Bros, announce that their
meat market hereafter will not be open
on Sunday.
8. E. Bartmees has a first class uphol
sterer in his employ, and is prepared to
do "all kinds of repair work.
For sale. Some of the finest lots on
the hill, fronting the river. Also lots
inltiverview park and Idlowild. See
W. J. Baker.
Chocolate menier is absolutely pure,
and guaranteed best made. Get a can
at Bone & McDonald's.
A fine farm for sale in the Odell dis
trict. Well improved. Sold at a bar
gain if taken soon. W. J. Baker.
Fresh Chinook Salmon, Halibut,
Shad, Lobsters, and fresh creamery
butter, at McGuire Bros.
W. J. Baker has some beautiful lots
for sale near Chas. Clarke's residence
on the hill.
Don't buy wall paper from sample
book agents. Hunt can save you money
and has the goods on hand.
Mortgage loans on farm and city
prope'ty we make them on acceptable
securities at reasonable rates of inter
est. Apply to Geo. D. Culbertson & Co.
We invite the public to come In and
get our meat prices. We are selling
boiling meats at bed rock prices. Mayks
Plate Glass Insurance we write it
and fully indemnify you against loss by
breakage trom accident or otherwise,
Rates low. Protect your windows. Ap'
ply to Geo. D. Culbertson & Co. ,
Do vour eves fail you? Come in and
see C. H. Temple, the oculist, who is
prepared to test and fit your eyes, and
has the largest stock of glasses in the
Mayes Bros.' meat market gives notice
that all orders tor morning delivery
must be in by 10:45 o'clock. J. lie alter
noon delivery will be taken off at 4:30,
Mayks Bros.
Geo. D. Culbertson & Co. write fire
insurance in three "old line compan
ies with capital aggregating $85,000,000,
They aie as strong as the strongest, fair
as the fairest, and none more prompt in
paying losses.
Rubber Collar
For men and boys, save laundry
bills.. Are neat and serviceable.
Little Prices.
For boys and men. Sensible gar
ments to wear these fall days. Pret
ty colors. Good quality.
Little Prices.
Red Tablecloths ;
Good size; fringed; rave so much
SKirt Braids
and Bindinns; bias Velveteen. Brush
and flat braids. Black and colors.
Little Prices.
lOil I
Will Continue
Grand Clearance
Everything must go. We have just re
ceived another shipment of Tourist Coats
and Misses' Jackets, which will be in
cluded in this mid-season offering.
. Men's and Boys' Clothing, Over
coats, Sweaters, etc., will be sacrificed
to make ready for our expansion move
ment after January 1st. We are large
users of good meschandise, and can offer
you styles and values unequalled in the
history of merchandising.
A full assortment of Rubber Foot
wear, Winter Shoes and Slippers,
as well as the Best High-Cut Shoes on
earth for Men and Boys.
Holiday Neckwear for Men and
Ladies ready for your inspection.
Art Goods, Pillow Tops, Cords, Rib
bonsall the little fancy work needs
ask to see them.
Yours truly, FRANK A. CRAM.
BOOTHS have moved where Rand
1 used to be.
Thlrtonn ar.iHa noar Olil-iatian
chtjrch, $60 an acre if taken quick. W.
A complete line of school books and
ichool supplies. Remember the place
Geo. F. Coe & Son.
Go to Geo. T. Prather if you want to
insure your store, dwelling or barn. He
is not here one day and gone the next.
Put vour insurance with a permanent
reshlent of your town. He represents
the strongest and only reliable com
I have a large stock on hand, in fact,
the largest stock in town. Watches,
the hnest grade rings, the largest stock,
all at reduced prices. Come and see
C. II. Temple for bargains in all lines.
A Bargain 640 acres, dairy and stock
farm, 90 per cent tillable, 200 acres fine
meadow, flliuo dwelling and f 1000 barn,
100 head of cattle, 4 horses, wagons and
farm tools, 125 tons hay. All furniture.
Will exchange. Price, 18000. Geo. D.
Culbertson & Co.
Bargains, unknown bargains I Fred
Clark and C. Temple have their prices
below alt other cities on this coast. C.
H. Temple, the watchmaker.
We are still selling our home made
lard as cheap as other lard can be bought
and we guarantee every bucket. 10b,
91.40; 5s, 70c; as, 45c. Mayes Beos.
For Sale 100 acres, about 100 acres
good frnit land, two living springs, 40
acres merchantable tir timDer, v miles
from Hood River. Price, 700. Easy
terms. Geo. O. Culbertson A Co.
If your watch is out of order come
and see C. H. Temple, the watch maker,
who will repair your watch, and save
time, save money, and have your wateh
ast many years more than it would it
you go to some one who has not had
the many years experience I have.
For fine, solid gold brooches, ladies,
come in and get your pick in diamond
brooches. C. H. Temple, the jeweler.
Orders at McGuire Bros. 'meat market
for morning delivery must be in by
10:45 o'clock. Hereafter, in the after
noon, the wagon will be taken off at
4 :30. Mcuuirs Bros.
For Sale. 80 acres of land opposite
the Mount Hood postoffice. A bargain
if sold soon. Two lots and one of the
best residences in town at a bargain. In
quire ot Ueorge T. Prather.
Turkeys, chickens all kinds of fish
shell fish, oysters, etc. Place your
orders early. McGuire Bros.
Remember this is one of the greatest
opportunities in the heart of the season.
and no old goods, ottered. JNew goods to
select from. Sale is now on. Globe
Clothing Co.
When you want a pleasant physic
try Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets, ihey are easy to take and
produce no griping or other unpleasant
ettect. Hold at Williams' Pharmacy.
BOOTHS have moved to where Rand
used to be. .
C. R. McCully is preparing to give
one of the best public dances on Thanks
giving evening that Hood River has
ever had.
When you insure your house, barn or
other property do it so the money will
not be taken out of the state or out of
the United States, but will all remain
at home. The Oregon Fire Relief asso
ciation of Mc.Vlinnville is such an insti
tution, and will insure you at less cost
than any one else. Communicate with
Just Come to JLooK
We fully realize that It Is a task to
select Holiday presents, and know that
It is necessary for one to come and look
about considerable before deciding to
buy, and for tbat reason we bave ar
ranged our Holiday Hues so you can
take your time in looking them over
We are glad to have you come, jtut to
The Big Store with
Frank J. Perkins, special agent, P. O.
box 92, Hood River, Or. tf
I have the agency for the American
cut glass. Call and inspect this line.
Clarke, the jeweler.
You are cordially invited to inspect
my line of cut glass, watches, clocks,
i'ewelry and silverware. Ask my prices.
! believe that I can please you, and
know that 1 can save you money.
Clarke, the jeweler.
Watches, clocks and jewelry repaired
at the lowest possible prices, Clarke the
just received direct irom tne factory
a new line of cut glass, "The Amen-
i, second to none manufactured in
the United States. Call and be con
vinced. Clarke, the jeweler.
Why should you go elsewhere to pur
chase, when you can buy the same
articles as cheap or cheaper at home.
Call and get my prices. Clarke, the
Kead our Want ads. you will nnd
what you want in that column.
All watch, clock and jewelry work
guaranteed. Clarke the jeweler.
Uur entire stock has been placed on
sale at COST prices. Value will not be
considered. We must sell the goods.
Now is your chance to buy winter cloth
ing. Globe Clothing (Jo.
If you buy an article of me, and I
guarantee it, if it should be faulty, isn't
I. a , . i i a 1.
it at least nanuier to return it tu me
than if you had to return it to Portland
or Chicago to have it made good. Clarke,
the jeweler.
New Today.
Mrs. Sletten will sing at the concert,
November 29.
Souvenir spoons, engraved with straw
berry, at Temple's.
U, B. concert by best home talent at
the opera house, November 29.
Don't fail to see "Mrs. Sousa's band"
at ihe concert November 29.
For Sale or Rent Good farm with
stock and goats; farming implements
included. John Leland Henderson.
The concert November 29 for the ben
efit of the U. B. church. Come and go
home laughing. Keserved tickets on
sale at Clarke's drug store.
on wall paper at Hunt's from Dec. 1 to
January l, to make room lor new goods,
Oyster Supper.
The (! E. society of the Valley Chris,
tian church will hold their regular busi
ness meeting at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. F. K. Brosius Thursday evening,
November 24. In connection will serve
oysters, proceeds to go toward paying off
pledges on pastor s salary. A general
good time expected, as the enjoyment
of the evening will be finding out now
much the supper will cost you. Every
body invited. Social Committee.
Dolls! Dolls! Bolls!
The place to buy vour little girl a doll
will be at the Christmas doll sale given
by the ladies of St. Mark's Guild on
December 14, where you can buy a
dressed doll cheaper than you can
dress it yourself; dolls from the smallest
to the largest and most elegantly
dressed. We bought our dolls cheap
and we can sell them cheap.
In connection with this we will have
on sale a fine variety of home made
candies in attractive boxes. Inst the
thing for Christmas. Also a High Tea
from 5 on, for 25 cents. One and all
are cordially invited.
Fresh new ones. Nobody 'sold cast-
off stock. The finest ones ever ex
hibited here. Little Prices.
Our Picture Department
Will be ready next week and we
wish to prepare you for a treat. -. -Little
Prices, 'ft
All tbe new juvenile bonks of the
season. Chatterbox and Elsie books.
Little Prices.
Tbat will wear and keep your feet
dry tbe kind we sell. They are a
good Investment. Little Prices
AT -j
Prices viou
Dr. A. F. Rowley, dentist, will take
rooms in the Smith building.
Lou Baldwin has his dwelling house
on the heights well under way.
St. Mark's Guild will meet Wednes
day of next week at the home of M rs.
L. Clark.
E. Brayford of the Rockford store
was transacting business in Portland
last week. s
A. T. Collins, representing the S;Mn
cer Shirt company of Portland, was in
the city Tuesday.
A. P. Bateham went to Portland
Wednesday of last week on a combina
tion business and pleasure trip.
W. J. Cowherd and family are now
residents of Madras, Crook county,
where Mr. Cowherd has a homestead.
Fred Clarke and Claude Kelsay came
up from Hood River yesterday to at
tend the Entre Nous club dance.
Miss Clara Blythe is home from a
trip to Portland, where she attended
the wedding of Miss Fannie Brettell to
Mr. Parker.
T. W. Thompson, president of the
Hood River Milling Co., spent Thurs
day and Friday in Hood River, complet
ing some business transactions for his
F. S. Stanley, vice president of the
First National bank of Hood River,
accompanied by Mrs. Stanley, were
registered at the Mount Hood hotel last
Dr. and Mrs. Cooper arrived last Wed
nesday from viiisca, lowa, and are vis
iting the family of their son, Mr. and
Mrs. W. F. Cooper. They expect to re
main here some time for the benefit of
Mrs. Cooper's health.
William Harrison of Milwaukee, Wis.,
accompanied by A. .V Holm ot lite
Dalles, were Hood River visitors last
week. Mr. Hariison is looking for a
location in the West, and Mr. Holm is
proprietor of a job printing plant at the
county seat.
Oscar Stranahan has made sale of sev
eral lots lately to newcomers who expect
to build at once. Mr. Smith, who came
with the immigration hint Miring from
Kentucky is preparing to build, and Mr.
Miller a recent arrival, will also put up
a dwelling house.
TS. A. T. Zeek came up from Van-
cauver last Friday where i-lie lias been
visiting her daughters. Mr. Zeek has
rented the 1 nomas fetrong house for the
winter and his family will move up
from Vancouver.
Mrs. C. Cudaford left Tuesday for
Troutdale where she will visit with her
parents a short time before starting
with her husband to his former home,
Noah, Nebraska. - Mr. Cudaford is at
present employed as blacksmith at
Davenport Bros. Lumber company's
mill at Parkertown.
W. V. Perrv. who accompanied G. L.
Robinson to Indiana, has not returned
yet. Mr. Robinson left him at Indian
apolis. When he saw his neighlior's
apples on display at ot. Louis and heard
the many complimentary remarks about
them, Mr. Robinson says it made him
feel glad he came from Hood River.
The Hood River schools reopened
Monday, after being closed one week
because of several caseB of .diphtheria
in the city. The cases were all very
light, and as quarantine has been
raised from all the homes the health
board considers all danger is past, and
public meetings will again be permitted.
Al Crofton, manager of the Portland
Brewers' association, was in Hood River
Thursday to find out why this section of
Wasco county had tour, votes to spaie
for prohibition. Mr. Crofton had a con
ference with the local retail liquor deal
ers, but it is not thought that any effort
will be made by them to contest the
A Goldendale dispatch Bays: W. H,
X) a A r la nniniitaa fur firm tit v Mn rrmf
on the Democratic ticket at tlie recent
election, was found in a dying condition
Sunday night and died soon alter from
what was supposed to be heart failure.
Mr. Radkie was a prominent civil ct
gineer, he having formely been in the
employ of the Union Pacific.
Andrew Lindeas, who resides at As
toria and owns a ranch at Belmont, wbb
in the city Friday. Mr. Lindeas has a
young orchard of Spitzenberg and New
towns and will put out 300 more trees of
these varieties in the spring. He had
put his place upon the market, but says
he has concluded to keep it and come
again to Hood River to live In the near
Paul Wallace of Salem, owner of the
famous Polk county orchard formerly
the property of Ivn, fatiiur accompanied
bv Charles A . Park, manager of the ranch,
spent Friday in Hood River, the guest
of Glen Fabriek. Mr. Fabriek drove
the visitors alxmt the valley. They ex
pressed themselvs as being very much
pleased with the country. It was their
first trip to Hood River.
Riverside Congregational church of
Hood River is still without a pastor.
Several members of the ministry of that
church have visited Hood River during
the last few months, but no selection
has yet been made. The matter has
been left with the board of trustees,
Captain J. If. Dukes, Geo, P. Crowell
and C. D. Thompson, who are assisted
by Truman Butler and A. W. Unthank.
Business was disposed of with neat
ness and dispatch at the recent term of
the circuit court. Through the work
of the energetic district attorney, Frank
Menelee, and bis deputy, many cases
were put into such shape that they were
disposed of without bringing them to
trial, thus saving the county many hun
dreds of dollars expense. Home seven
or eight criminals had leen brought be
fore the judge ana ware on their way to
Salem before court convened.
L. V. Tabor of Independence, Iowa,
accompanied by his niece, Miss Wells,
who is making an extended visit in the
West is spending a couple of weeks at
the Mount flood hotel. Mr. Tabor is
president of the First National bank at
Independence. His son -was in Hood
Kiver last summer, and on his return
told his father to be sure and visit Hood
River. He is delighted with Oregon,
and thinks strongly of locating here, if
ae can find some business for his son,
who is also anxious to locate in Hood
County School Superintendent .1. T.
Neff visited the Viento school Friday
and came to Hood River In the evening,
expecting to attend the meeting of the
Wasco County Principals'1 club which
was scheduled to meet in this city Sat
urday, but which had been postponed
along with the other public gatherings
in Hood Riv-r last week. Mr. Neff
went on to The Dalles that evening.
The date for the meeting of the Princi
pals club has not been set, it having t"
go over this week because of Thanks
giving. Mr. and Mrs. A. 8. Disbrow, former
residents of Hood River, but now resid
ing at Nashville, Or., were in the valley
last week visiting the family of their
daughter, Mrs. I. A. Macrum at Mount
Hood. Mr. Disbrow is well pleased
with his new location In the eastern
hart of Lincoln county, where he owns
72 acres of land which he bought at f s
an acre. He says there is lots more for
sale there at the same figure, lie ex
pects to raise sheep and goats. The
winters there are mild, and sheep
A Runaway Bicycle,
Terminated w ith an ugly cut on the
leg of J. B, Onier, Franklin Grove, 111.
It developed a stubborn ulcer unyield
ing to doctors and remedies for four
years. Then Buckleu's Arnica Salve
cured. It's just as good for burns,
scalds, skin eruptions and piles, 25o, at
Chas. N. Clarke's drug store.
Water and Light Notice
, All water and light bills must be paid
at the company's ottice each month in
advance, on or' before the 10th day of
the month. No collector will be sent
out hereafter.In all cases where bills are
not promptly paid when due, the ser
vices will be discontinued until all
arrearages are paid.
W. C.
By H. L. Vorse, Manager.
Will Stay iu Hood Itiver.
The remedy that makes you eat, Bleep
and grow strong, called Paliuo Tablets,
will be sold regularly by Williams
Pharmacy, Hood River. These great
nerve and cniiHtitnlinn huilrinra crmr. nnlv
50c per box, six lioxes $2.50.
Watch the lalte! on the Glacier, it
tells when your subscription is due.
Do your feet track?
1 1 a ve you seen our New Shoes? The finest footwear for ladies and gentlemen
bears the Royal Blue on the soles.
They have the comfort, style and durability, and at the most reasonable price
of any first-class Shoe on the market today. We try and persuade you to try one
pair of these Shoes. We guarantee you absolute satisfaction, and feel confident in
saying you will always wear Royal Blue Shoes if you will only try them.
Come and let us fit your feet.
New in Groceries
Jersey Cranberries, Walnuts, Almonds, Citron,
Sugar, Maple Syrup and a good many other good
Free Delivery.
require no feeding. He already has a
(lock of 101) goats. The only drawback
to sheep raising is the presence of bears
that prey upon the flocks. Hunters
are paid to keep the bear thinned out.
Mr. Disbrow's brother Lincoln, and his
parents are out from Illinois.
The commissioners board of Skamania
county have accepted the new court
house at Stevenson.
Lincoln Johnson came up trom Port
land Monday night on business per
taining to the ball-bearing hub."
Mr. Kmstrutn came down from Par
kertown last week where he has been
employed by the Davenport Lutnler
The tie vote for sheriff in Skamania
county was decided last Wednesday by
lot. James Haffey won out. This gives
Skamania county a complete set of re
publican officials.
The Uov. Mr. Nelson will preach at
the Unitarian church Sunday morning
at 11 o'clock. It is probable a call will
be extended to Mr. Nelson to take
the Hood River charge.
Miss Edna Dow, who has been with
Miss Teal since last July, returned to
Astoria Saturday. Miss Teal accom
panied her as far as Portland, and re
ports a terribly stormy day in that city.
C. A. Dano of the Geo. T. Prather Co.
has received word from J. 0. Mark and
Herbert M. Varnnir, recent purchasers
of the Hoard man property, who state
they have lelt iort!i Uakota lor Hood
Kiver, and will arrive here next week.
Mr. Mark says the ground in North
I lakota is frozen hard, and there is six
inches of snow.
Uev. T. H. Handsaker and wife of
Corvallis are toliegin a revival service
at the Valley Christian church, Janu
ary 8. Mr. Handsaker is a graduate of
Drake university. Kor over a year he
has been pastor of the Christian church
at Corvaliis and has been most success
ful. He has resigned bis position to do
evangelistic work. Mr. and Mrs. Hand
saker are both accomplished singers.
I)r. Mary A. Johnson, whose profes
sional card appears in another column,
has taken rooms In the Smith block over
the First National bank. Dr. Johnson
comes well qualified for her work in
Hood Hiver. She was graduated with
honors from the medical department of
the University of Oregon with the class
of 'iNI, and for three years prior to locat
ing in this city was connected with the
medical staff of The Dalles hospital,
where she is extremely well liked: Mrs.
Johnson is a native Gregonian, and her
father, Professor L. J. Powell, was for
manv years prominently connected with
the educational work of th) state. He
Real Fall weather will soon be here and you will
want to break into our stock of warm winter wear
ables. Easy, too, at our prices.
A full iine of Rubbers to fit all sizes shoes.
Speaking of fitting, we fit the Rubbers. About
half the wear depends on fitting. Then we do not
offer you anything but first quality.
See our Snow Excluders, in all sizes. Our
Lumbermen's Overs in fact, everything you need in
footwear. All dependable. A square deal.
Splendid values in underwear.
Gloves, Wool Mittens, Wool Shawls,
Wool Hose, Golf Gloves, German Socks.
jjt it
We have just received a line of Ladies' Skirts, which were
bought at half their value, and which we will place on sale Satur
day, November 2G, for
Skirts sold for f 8.00, $10.00
miss this grand opportunity
was at one time state 'superintendent of
public instuction.
Do your eves need attention? If so,
call on Clarke, the jeweler and optician.
Temple, the Jeweler, has moved into
the Smith building, opposite Williams'
drug store.
Mrs. C. T. Early.Mrs. William Haynes
and Mrs. J. H. Niekelsen were Portland
visitors during the week.
Tbe ladies of the W. K. C. announce
that their regular monthly tea will be
held at the home of Mrs. Jacobs, next
George Bigler went Wednesday to
visit 11. F. Snyder above Mosier tor a
Thanksgiving hunt, and visited in
Mosier Thanksgiving day.
With the freshet Sunday night the
Oregon Lumber Co. lost a couple mil
lion feet of logs that were swept down
Hood river and into the Columbia.
The Womans' Alliance of the Unita
rian church will meet at the home of
Mrs. J. E, Hand, Friday afternoon. The
animal bazaar will be held on the Ulh
and 10th of December.
Owing to the rush to get the paper to
press in order that the ottice force may
least on roast turkey Thanksgiving,
much matter was crowded out of this
issue that will appear next week.
K. M. Hunt last week dug a well for
Peter Mohr on land he purchased off
the old York place in the Crapper dlst-
1 fl' I f, , o.t I . 1 1
rici. liio wen was oo ieei ueep aim
near the bottom between a layer of clay
and hardpan struck a strata of gold
bearing sand showing two and three
colors to the pan and plenty of water to
wash it out. ISeit.
Tuesday, December 6, Is the date for
the annual city election. There is to be
elected a' mayor, three councilmen,
recorder and a treasurer. Those coun
cilmen whose office expires the first of
the year are Mayes, Prather and Bailey.
Mr. Bailey was elected last year to fill
the unexpired term of G. J. Gessling.
Mayor Blowers was elected by the
council after the resignation of Mayor
While there is little talk of issues at
the coming election, it is expected they
will develop fast enough when the time
comes. At the council meeting Aionoay
night the following officers of election
were named :
t .. I I 17 T T H' ;i t I) ., .1
rfUUgWB J, C. 11CUIIUOU, II Avaiiu,
O. B. Hartley; clerks Jim Hunt and
Mr. Kakei-traw.
if :f 7 s-
and .112.00, and are good
Saturday, Nov. 36.
Currants, Raisins, Maple
things to eat.
Phone 581.
New Baptist Church at Hood River.
A new Baptist church has recently
been organized at Hood River, to the
pastorate of which Rev. J. B. Bpright
was appointed. He left this morning
with las family to assume his duties
there. Dalles Chronicle.
A. II. Jewett, of White Salmon, made
a business trip to Portland last Friday.
Beware of Counterfeits.
"DeWltt's Is tbe only genuine Witch
Hazel Salve" writes J. L. Tucker, of
Centre, Ala. "I have used It in my
family for piles, cuts and burns for
years and can ncommeud It to be the
bestSalve on the market. Every family
should keep it, as it is an Invaluable
household remedy, and should always
be kept on hand for immediate use."
Sold by G. E. Williams.
At the Churches.
Unitarian Rev. Mr. Nelson. t Sub
ject morning service i'Tbe Mission ol
Latter Day Saints. Elder Gonier T.
Griffiths of Kirkland, Ohio, will preach
at L. D. H. church Friday and Saturday
night and Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7:30
p. m.
Lutheran. Services will be held on
Thanksgiving day Thursday at the
church near the Columbia nursery and
K. of P. cemetery, about 2 miles from
town, at 10 a. m. II. J. Kolb, pastor.
Baptist. Sunday at 11 a. in. and 7 p.
in. in Carmichael hall. J. B. Spight,
Valley Christian. There will be a
Thanksgiving service at the church,
Thursday at 11 a. in. Sunday school at
10 a. m. next Sunday. At 11 the pastor
will preach a special sermon to the aged.
Y. P. S. C. E. at 6 :30 p. in ; preaching
at 7:30. Subject of evening sermon,
"Joseph and his Coat of many Colors" ;
or "From the Dungeon to the Throne."
Welcome. W. A. Elkins, pastor.
United Brethren. Sunday school at
10 a. m.; Sermon at 11 a. m. and
at 7 :30 p. m. ; Christian Endeavor at
7 p. m. ; prayer meeting at 7:30 o'clock
each Wednesday evening. All are wel
come. J. T. Merrill.
Methodist Preaching at 11 a. m. and
8 p- m.; Sabbath school 10 a. m.; Ep
worh League 7 p. m. Prayer meeting
Thursday evening. All cordially in
vited. W. C. Evans, pastor.
Belmont Chapel. Sunday school at
10, followed by class meeting; League at
7 ; preaching at 8. All are cordially