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* T * r «* «rst and third
Friday of men month
cn *tehee hapter No. 23.
A. It, meets in Masonic
$ !5t "I first and third Thurs
mr nL each mollth "h'p^
A. Nichols, Secretary
„v\ ' OatumVia Comma»4 cry
•JKNo. 14, Knights TeroP»;
*mXH&*- fowrth Wednesday* * l
Vjyr < m _ j. H. M£j*£
Em. Com., A. L. Morris.
T ...„ _ Macorder, _
1 days of ««t and third T.«w-
Bc-88'e M • n 7»an. Worthy Matron.
t»§ Knights of Pythias —
•Sx JSL 3* V * l,ev Lodge, No. U*.
mfrc 13 every Monday
night at. Bower hall.
vlfiHp J * W - Sue-sex. C. C;
Chaf " Fla '' aCan ' X ' ° f P>
*"»°;, I"" W No. 88, meets at Eagle
Hall first n & third Friday nigbU of
m ,, on £ C. a Cook. M. W.; A. C.
* 1 *■ w v.—John Bitot-
H anberg Camp No 1 2 meets
f«t and third Wednesdays
sf|j| £ Mecht.l Building. J E.
f yjujj "brow. Com.; C. H. Arm
\ •ror?. Adit.
ROVAT. veSHBORS OF AMERICA—
Howard Cm* No. 8975. meets even
first and ttrd Thursday evening in
the month ■ Sprague hall. Visiting
nn'tnbert; crdialiy invited. Anna w.
May. Rpcosjb-; Atwood. Oracle
TEMPEST RIBEKAH LODGE NO. 114
meets In !.©. O. F. Hall the second
hii.l fo.irth Wednesday evenings of
each month Bertha Page. N. G.: Mar
gum Dam, V. G.: Lulu Moyer. Re
fording aeretary. Harriet Gray,
fccretary; Elsie Atwood.
■ *reasui(-r. I
G. AiR„ Daniel McCook Post,
BKsH No. |§5, Department of Wash-
>- ; ?t4| and Alaska, meets 2nd
P¥*J Rnd *h Fridays of each month
J&fEjV »t <M'\ Fellows Hall. F. P.
Moslr. Commander; t P. F«r-
B7i.#THERHobD OF AMERICAN YEO
MRV, Coluiibla Homestead No. 682,
meets seooall and fourth Mondays of
each montljT at Eagles hall. For In
foiinauim fee John B. Olinger, dis
trict mr\nagbr: C. Victor Martin, fore
man; W. YV. Gray, correspondent
(r i, P. O. ELKS NO. 1186.
and club rooms,
G<*ir Bldg., 116 Wenat.
ciiee Aye, North- . Meet
ings every Tuesday night
at 8 o'clor-U,-
WOMA.VS RELI EF CORPS—Daniel Mcr
Cook Corps Nib. 15 meets at Sprague
Hall Moral afcd fourth Fridays ot
wach month at ' C a. It,. <iray.
President; Cora Secretary.
I. O. O F. ~Vjt'< '^^SSSSSv 3 ' v \*
Odd Fellow* HdUH *JJr.\
Streets, Sati rday M Wt,- t Vice,
Hams, KobU ■ ■ IB r ' NX
Gra;..:. I Por^^^^^^M^^^ mmm
Mil STON|| 1
Farmers &[lerH B|uild
>nj 1 fl| _fUg-
ci7a7. t. Bc(r r J
Office in Jk
FRED K. V
door north ■
«V. M. HA.\!~i"!
UR. W. P. CAaILRON, Dentist. First
National Bank Building. Phone
UR. HUTCHINSON, »entist, over
Mechtel's Bakery. Phone 981.
H. P. MORSE. D. 0.. Osteopathic
Physician. Rooms 201-2 Russell-
Plough Bldg. Treatment given by
appointment. Office phone 2665;
residence phone 2662
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
THOMAS H. GROSVENOR, M. D..
Physician and Surgeon. Phone 845.
Office hours: 3.0:30 to 3 2 m *. 3 to
5 p. ra.; 7 to 8 p. m. Office and
residence. 204-205 Russell-Piough
Bldg., Wenatchee. Wash.
DOCTORS BLAKEXzENER. Phy
sicians and Surgeons. Rooms 1 and
2, Halbert Block. Special atten
tion to diseases of the eye, ear,
nose and throat Phone 715.
UR. I. S. CLARK, Physician and Sur
geon. Office, Rooms 208-209-210
Plough Bldg. Phones: Office,
3485; Residence, 3372. Office
hours. 10 to 12 M.; 2 to 5 p. m.;
7 to 8 p. m.
COLUMBIA ENGINEERING AND
CONSTRUCTION CO.. civil, elec
trical, mechanical and hydraulic
engineers. Power and industrial
plants, Irrigation systems, munici
pal light and water systems, con
crete structures of all kinds, sur
veys, plats, estimates, reports,
plans and specifications, pumps,
engines, motors and all hydraulic
and electrical machinery. A. E.
Wieland, W. R. Thomas. 112 We
natchee Aye. So., Wenatchee W T ash.
MISS E. F SCOTT, Pianoforte
Teacher. Office hours. 1C:30 to
12 o'clock on Tuesdays Wednes
days and Fridays. Studio rooms,
10 and 11 Halbert Blk. Phone
Business Directory 2
PLASTERING AND CEMENT WORK
A. E. CLARKE, Contractor. All work
guaranteed. Estimates furnished.
All kinds ot plain and ornamental
plastering, also cement work. Ad
dress P. O. Bsx 961, Wenatchee,
P. CLEVELAND, Builder and Con
tractor. Estimates furnished.
Phone 1626. Residence 116 B
H. W. SCHROEDER, Tailor. Clothes
cleaned and pressed- Ladles' gar
ments altered. 31 Wenatchee Aye.
~~ COLLECTION AGENCY*!
BELSER MERCANTILE AGENCY.
W. 8. Belser. Manager.
Reference, First National Bank.
Affiliated with American Collec
tion Service. Room 211. Colum
bia Valley Bank Building.
Private Phone 3135.
'EWRITERS—S3S to jloo cash,
5 to $10 a month. Ribbons and
upplies. W. S. Belser, Room
11 Columbia Valley Bank Bldg.
PLUMBING AND HEATING.
NATCHEE PLUMBING & HEAT
SG CO. Estimates furnished on
lumbing and heating. Phono 255
orner Orondo and Mission.
ME RON HAS IT FOR LESS."
EVERY STYLE and make of a Scw~-
nig Machine sold on easy terms.
Every one guaranteed and kept
in perfect repair free of charge.
Expert repairing and everything
for every machine carried in
stock. D. G. Cameron, 611 South
Wenatchee avenue. Phone 34 5.
the Bennett Visible
at 14 North Mission
11 and inspect the Ben
dructed on latest moj-
A.TES and do all kinds
g. Phone 2322. J. J.
ate Department 4
-One lot. sOx 130 feeC
tion water and is set
old apple trees, and it
new 4-room house on
$775 if taken at once.
LOTS for sale at bot
s and easy terms.
time is all the time,
n country is what you
for, for your new Cal
me. Oranges, iigs,
tches, apricots, the
ucing country of the
these and more thrive
er seen before. Alfalfa
around, cut five times
ten grazed all winter,
lendidly irrigated from
al, level, rich, schools,
jral delivery. Pay only
down and have four
y for the balance. Car
rgaard, Kerman, Cali
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THE WENATCHEE DAILY WORLD, SATURDAY. DECEMBER 31, 1910.
Real Estate Dept.— Contd
GREEN FIELDS all winter; every'
poFfdble grain, fruit, melon, vege
table and grass growing in a per-;
fection such as you have nerer ',
seen before. Level, rich land; lr
rigation canals like email rivers; |
maintenance only 62 cents an acre
a year; schools, churches, orchard?,
vineyards and alfalfa fieldr, make
'he Kerman country a paradise
We soil our lands only one-fourth
down and you p;iy no more except
small interest fcr four year:. Write
Ha today or better come right en
and see for yourself. Carnine ft!
Storgg&rd, Kerman. California. tt\
THE UPPER METHOW valley,
"Where life is worth whilo." For
orchards and ranches. Apply Met
how Investment & Agency Co.,
Box 51, Wlnthrop, Wash. tf
FOR SALE—4O acres AI fruit land
2 1-2 miles from Pateros, on We
natchee road, all under Ellings
worth project. House 2 4x2 4.
Price $3,000; $1,500 cash, time on
balance. Address Owner, Box 15,
Pateros, Wash. tf
FOR SALE -A good residence lot on
Walker street; 40x137 1 2 feet;
no rock; a bargain it' taken at
once. No money be paid
down. A chance to build and save
house rent. Enquire Bree o-Web
ber Co., or Phone 2592 evenings.
12 -« ft
FOR SALE - A 60-foot east front
lot, with small housp; fine loca
tion, just off of Kittitas street, be
tween Roosevelt and Okanogan
streets. Price $950. Call at. the
bouse for terms, or address P. O.
Box 843. 1-2
For Sale Department 5
DENATURED ALCOHOL for saKfiii
small or larga Quantities, by F. T.
Blunck. Phcne 2005. tf
FOR SALE —One to 14 0 cords of
16-inch wood on ground. James
Gill. Squiilehuck. Box 27. 12-31
HAVE 100 tons of good alfalfa hay.
H. A. Saunders, phone 3285. tf
FOR SALE'—A $3000 clean stock of
general merchandise at 60 cents
on the dollar, cash. L. E. Price,
Brewster, Wash. 12-3 i
I HAVE A thoroughbred Jersey buli
for breeding purposes at my pU>co
on Walla Walla street. Phone
329. Terms strictly cash. T. C
FOR SALE —Horse and buggy.
Phone 595. G. H. Farwell ranch.
FOR SALE—Set of Rid path's His
tory. Phone 1736. 1-2
FOR SALE —Apples and cider. Cider
at 25c a gallon. Phone 595. G.
H. Farwell ranch. 1-6
Want Department 7
WANTED —A good trusty German
wishes position caring for ranch,
or stock, or similar work during
the winter. Call at Harness Dept,
Wells & Morris. * tf
WANTED —By a marriei man, po- '
sition on ranch. Experienced. Ad
dress S. B. Dever, general delivery,
Spokane. Wash. 12-33
WANTED —A lady to do general
housework In small family; city
water; Christian Scientist prefer
red; Write for further particu
lars to Mrs. C. It. Plumb, Omak,
WANTED—Woman to do washing.
Phone 1074. 1-J
WANTED —A girl to wail on tables
and assist in genera! nonsowork.
Phone 4052. No. iv B St. Snth.
WANTED—A good cook. Mrs. Gun
ther carlbTg, 212 Pennsylvania
GOOD, strong girl wants house
work. Knows how to do things.
Address Box 195, Wenatchee. 1-1
LADIES' TAILORING, dressmaking
and remodeling. Room 5, First i
National Bank Bldg. 1-19
WANTED—A loan of $3,000 for 3
years on my 5 acres of full bear
ing apple orchard, worth $15,000.
1 1-2 miles out. Phone 935. Thos.
Sisler. J 2 31
DON'T DRIFT—Stop this waste of
spare time. Having what you call
a good time now at the expense;
of a business training will mean
bard times later in life. Ask me; }
I know. R. M. Lewis, Wenatchee
Business College. Start our new
year right. 12-31
NEW YEAR'S GIFT
A NEW YEAR S GIFT of surpassing
value to boys and girls, young
men and women, is a scholarship
iv the Wenatchee Business Col
lege. Call or ask about this
Phone 3005. 12-31
For Eent Department 6
FOR RENT—Brick business build
ing; 25x36, two stories; located
on Mission street, opposite G. N.
Hotel, formerly occupied by Farm
ers' Ted. & Tel. Co. W r ill be ready I
fo*- occupancy after Nov. 15. Call
on Z. A. Lanham. Phone 2705. tf
A FURNISHED ROOM, suitable for
one or two gentlemen. Hot and
cold water, hath and steam heat.
Call room 305 Harlin Block. $3
How does the new year loom up to you? Stand
ing at the edge of 1910, what does the big new year
appear to hold for you?
What do you wish?
A situation? A better sale or office force? A
home of your own?
You can get anything that any reasonable man
could ask for by reading and using the World Want
Try it in 1911. and seethe new year bring you
more than any year has ever brought before.
For Rent Dept.—Contd.
'FOR RENT Two well furnished
bedrooms with bath and electric
lights. 106 North Mission, cor
ner First avenue. tf
j FOR RENT —Some good office
rooms, next to post office. Also
good basement. Phone IS4B.
: FOR flfe.NT — Five-room modern
house on Methow street. Inquire
304 Douglas St. B. F. Paul. 1-2
FOR RENT —Two finished rooms,
hot and cold water, furnace heat.
Call 431 Orondo avenue. tf
Lost and Found 8
FOUND —Gent's right hand glove
jon Wenatchee avenue. Owner
1 may have same by paying for this
! ad. at. World office. 1-1
LOST —Wednesday evening, razor
strop. Finder return to this of
fice and receive reward. 1-1
| LOST —Lady's gold locket, one side
set with three diamonds, the other
side plain. Finder please return
to World ofhYe. Reward. 1-2
LOCAL MARKET TODAY
VA matchers Best $1.46
Peach Blossom $140
Hard wheat flour $1.85
Flour, per bbl $§.40
Butter ana Eggs.
Butter, eastern *0c
Butter. State brand 45c
! Ranch eggs 50c
; Eastern eggs 45c
Apples, evap 2 for 25c
i Aprirots. evap t.W
j Raisins, cluster 15 and 20c
Raisins, seedless 2 for 25c
Raisins, seeded 2 for 25c
Citron, candled Ib. 35c
Currants 2 for 25c
Dates, yellov: ... .* 2 for 25c
Dates, Fard 15c
Figs, 8 oi 10c
Figs, pounds 15c
Evaporated Teaches.. 15c, 2 for 25c
Lemon Feel 35c
Orange Peel 35c
Prunes 5c to 15c
Apples $1.50 to $3
j Cranberries, quart 15c
; Grape fruit, Florida 2 for 25c
| Lemons 35c
Oranges 30c to 75c
Bananas <Joz. 40c
(Tangerines, dozen 15 to 20c
Cneese ana Honey.
Cheese, Wisconsin. 25,
Brie jar 50
Camembert .*••• * ar 50
' Cream Brick 80c
Limberger, lb • 30c
Imported Swiss 40c
j McLaren's 20c, 40
| Edam H.t»
; German BreaKfast 41 for 2»o
! Honey, quart 60c
Buckwheat, 10-lb. sack! .......600
i Buckwheat, pkg 30c
! Corn meal. 10-lb sack »Boc
■ Farina. 10-lb. sack 40c
! Graham, 10-lb. sack 40c j
i Graham, 25-Ib. sack 70c j
| Whole wheat, 50-lb. sack $1.40
'Cracked wheat, 10-lb. sack 4 OC|
j Wheat manna 2 for 25ci
| Hominy, 10-lb sacks 60c |
! Rice .. .4 lbs. 25c|
Rye meal, 10-lb sacks 50c
j Rolled oals, U. S. 2's 2 for 25c
j Rolled oats, 10-lb sack 45c
j Steel cut oats, 10 lbs. for 60c
j Split peas $ for 26c j
i Sweet Hearts. 10-lb. sack 40c <
| Almonds .25c
| Brazils 30c
j Chestnuts 35c
! Cocoanuts 15c, 2 for 35c
Pecans , 20c
! Plnons SO
Dry granulated $6.50
Cube ....................S lbs. 25c
Domino sugar, 6 ib. box 65c
2 lb. box 30c
Dills, per doz 20c to 30c
Sour qt. 25c
Sweets qt. 35a
Ollres q t . 60c
Beans, lima 3 lbs. 25s
Beans, white 3 lbs. for 25f
Beans, Red Mexican 3 lbs. 25
Beets, per lb 4.
Cabbage 6 lbs. 25c
Carrots, lb 3 C
Celery 10 to 15c
Cucumbers, each 15 C
Cauliflower 15 to 20c
Lettuce, Ib o uc
Lettuce, head 10c
Onions, dry 6 lbs. 25c
Green onions 5 C
Parsnips, 8 lbs. for 25c
Potatoes, per 100 $2.e0
Pumpkins, lb 3 C
Rutabagas g ibg. 25c
Sweet Potatoes. 3 lbs. for 25c
Sprouts !5 C
Spinach 2 for 25c
Hubbard, squash, lb ...5c
Turnips 8 lbs. 25c
Tomatoes, htohouse, per lb 15c
Meat *sa Poultry.
Round Steak 17 g.g|
Loin steak 20
T-bone steak 22 l-2c
Pork roast 20 to 22% c
Pork steak 20c
Veal chops lg c
Veal cutlets 20e
Veal roasts , 15-lie
Chickens, dressed ISc
Spring chickens 18 C
Halibut 12 %c
Smelt 12 He
Salmon 17 %c
Baron 25c and 35e
Pickled pork 20c i
Lard and Cottolene.
Lard substitute, 50-lbs $6.25
Lard, 6-Ib. ... «.,;..„ $1.00
Lard, 10-lbs - $1.95
Lard, 20-lb $3.75
Simon Pure, 6s .....$1.25
Simon Pure, 10s $2.45
Cottolene, 10-lbs $1.85
Cottolene, 4 lbs , 75c
Alfalfa, ton , $25
Timothy, ton $20
Wheat bay, ton $25
Hie Came of Universal Peace.
Not long since Mr. Andrew Car
negie gave $10,000,000 for purpose
of furthering Universal Peace. II
will be remembered that when the
United States secured possession of
the Philippines and they were in a
levolt against our government thai
Mr. Carnegie offered to repay the
United the $20,000,000 paid Spain
for the islands if our government
would free the Philippines. He also
gave $1,500,000 for the erection of
a Temple of Peace to house the ppiro
Tribunal at the Hague. Later b°
?et apart $5,ft00,000 for the purpose
of giving pensions and rewards to
Heroes of Peace. These gifts have
made Mr. Carnegie famous beyond
anything that h*> has ever ione.
Rev. W. A. Stevenson, Ph. D., pa
of the Presbyterian church, being an
ardent, supporter of the doctrines of
Universal Peace, will preach a ser
mon Sunday evening. Jan. I. at 7:30
p. m., on "Carnegie, the Moses of
Universal Peace, Leading the Nations
from the Wilderness of the Absurdi
ties of War Into the Promised Lanrl
of Peace." All who are interested
in Peace and the practical applica
tion of the teaching of Christ arc
most cordially invited to come to thi
A WOMAN'S APPEAL
To afl knowing sufferers of rheumatism, wheth
er muacular or of the Joints, sciatica, lumbago?,
baektcbe. pains lv the kidneys or neuralgia
pains, to wrtte to her for a home treatment
which has repeatedly cured all of these tortures.
She feels it her duty to sens It to all Batterer*
KRER. Yon cure yourself at home as thousands
will testify—no change of climate being neees
*ar.v. This simple .(tlscorery banishes uric aclil
from the Wood, lowsens the stiffened Joints, pur
ines the blood, aud brightens the eyes, kltluk
ela.Klletty and tone to the whole system, if tb*
abore interests ytju. for proof address
airs. M. Summer*, Bos ft, Sou lb Scud, lad.
Oldest Convict is 73, but One
of 87 Was Recently
Olympia. Wa«h., Dec. 30.—oome
interesting statistics regarding the
aces of criminals have been compiled
by the state board of control in its
biennial report to Governor Hay.. R
Ik f.hown that in the state peniten
tiary ther" are 73 convicts under the
agp of 2 0 and 4SS between the ages
cf 20 and making a total of .-.61
who are under the age of 30 years.
This is more than double the num
ber between the ages of 30 and 40
years as 238 come in that class.
A? men grow oder they grow bet
ter, or else they are discharged from
tlle prison, for there are only 73 in
jail between 40 and oO years old.
They grow still better in the deride
between r>o and fiO, as there aro on
ly 31 committed who are under the
ago of 60 and more than 56 years
old. Those who have passed the
three-score year mark and get in
troubi" number only 18 and there i?
only one prisoner at Walla Walla
who has passed the allotted space of
three score years and 10. He is 73
years of age. One man, 87 years
old. was received during the past
biennium, but he was later released.
These figures show that the charge
frequently made that most of the
dangerous criminals are young ones
is true, at least this record hears out
the statement frequently made that
it is men under the age of 30 years
who commit more crimes thnn any
others. The fact that 7S inmates of
the penitentiary are under 20 years
ot age shows that the youth of Wash
ington as a certain percentage are
decidedly bad. There are 247 in
mates between the ages of 20 and
Majoiity Are Intemperate.
Another striking feature of the
report is that of the 901 inmates of
the state penitentiary 736 are class
ed as intemperate, as temperate
and 3 are moderate. Just what is
meant by moderate is not defined
and that definition would prove
most interesting if someone attempt
ed to make it clear to the average
It as also shown that of the in
mates 366 pleaded not guilty when
arraigned in court, whiie 535, or
more than SO per cent., admitted
It has often been contended that J
single men are more likely to get I
into trouble than married men and
this report of the state penitentiary j
bears this out. Of the inmates 6991
are single men, 141 married. 22 have
been divorced and ."9 are widowers.
This would indicate that the mar
ried men have too many troubles
of their own to get busy breaking
Many Are Orphan*.
It is also shown in the report that
319 of the inmates are orphans, 219 i
have both parents, 19T. have father; :
who are dead and 123 have mothers'
who are dead, while in 4;> instants
it is not 1-nown whether the parents
are alive or dead.
Comparatively few prisoners re
turn for the second ' o, *m, or at least!
few of them are in the jail at thei
pvesr-nt time, a? onl of the !>Ol prts-j
oners 820 are serving their first'
62 are in for the second time,]
'2 are third termers and on<> boars I
the distinction of having been s<~nt \
baefc for the fourth time.
In Washington more Frotestants
than Catholics to set into trou
ble, as th<* report of the state board
of control shows that r>l7 Protest
ants are in the prison while 313 Ca
tholics have been committed. The
.Mormons have to got along
without being represented, while 9,
are in jail. atheists are j
ilso law abiders or els«= there are
none of in the state to amount
te anything, while 2 3 profess no re
Get the Genuine Always.
A substitute is a dangerous make
shift especially In medicine. The
a-muine Foley's Honey and Tec cures
roughs and colds quickly and is In a
v-Mlow package. Accept no substi
tutes. Wenatchee Drug Co.
Commercial Club Auditorium
Rev. H. D. Wiard, D. D.
Residence 26 South E Street.
Bible class i 0:00 a. m.
Morniag service 11:00 a. m,
Thursday, Midweek Cottage Meeting
Corner Chelan and Palouse.
W. A. Stevenson, Ph. D.
Residence 214 Palouse, Phone 278*
Sabbath school 9:45 a. m
Service .11 a. m
y. P. S. C. E 6:80 p. m
Eveniog service 8 p. m
Corner Chelan and First North
Rev. John W. Johacea,
Residence 318 Chelan Are. South.
Bible school 10 a. ra.
Morning worship 11 a. m.
Junior B. Y. P. U. 3:00 p. m.
Senior B. Y. P. IT 7 p. n.
Evening worship 8 p. m.
Wednesday prayer meeting 7:45 p. m.
Tuesday Boys' club 4:00 p. m.
Thursday Church prayer meeting
7:30 p. m.
Friday: Intermediate B. Y. P. U.
4 p. m.
Baptist Brotherhood (every alter
nate week) 7:30 p. m.
Saturday: Choir rehearsal 7:30 p. nt.
ST. LUKE'S EPISCOPAL '
Rev. F. Stuart Hyatt,
North First, near Chelan
Morning service ....11 a. m.
Evening service* 8
Chelan and Orondo
ML L. Sanders, Minister
Residence 216 N Chelan, Phone 1054
Sunday school 10 a. m
Morning service 11 a. m
Junior league 3 p. m.
Epworth League 6:30 p. m t ., r
Evening service 7:30 p. m.
Tuesday evening Y. P. prayer meet
Thursday evening church prayer
Corner Chelan and Palouse
Rev. O. J. Gist.
Residence, 522 Yakima. Pione 1305
Bible school 10 a. m
Communion services and ser
mon 11 a. m
Junior C. E 3 p. m
Y. P. S. C. E 6:30 p. m
CHURCH OF GOD.
Okanogan avenue, Corner Douglas
X. D. Titchenal,
Sunday school 10 a. m
Morning service • ... .11 a. ra
Evening sermon 7:30 p. ra
Wednesday evening Bible study and
prayer 7:30 p. m
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY
Maintains reading rooms at 205-
--206 Columbia Valley Bank building.
which are open to the public from
2 to 5 p. m. daily, except Sunday.
Testimony meetings Wednesday at
3 p. m. in Elks hall.
Lesson sermon h? read at 11 a. m.
Sunday in Elks hall and Sunday
school at 10 a. m.
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N. M. STREETER, Prop.
Everything First Class
For safe and
See the old
I PHONE 1103.
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