Newspaper Page Text
JGTOitasW -CAPil'Ali JOTDTRNAI, AVBDiKUSDAY, AUGUST 9, .1893.
ffiMMltewMa GREAT CLEARANCE SA For SO Days. ALL DRESS GOODS INCLUDED. Call and Get Prices. Our two fine presents will be given away September 1st. THE PALACE 307 Commercial Street. - IF - You are going to build or mike any Mud of Improvement, call on the undersigned lor material. We have a complete stock, and are ready to supply any preped contract, sewer work, grading, etc. Salem Improvement Co. A Gun Accident. Last evening William Hannibal, a well known farm er of Benton county, residing across the Wlllamette.hatl just returned home from a hunt, and was taking his shot gun from the wagon, when the ham mer struck something, discharging the gun, all the contents lodging in one oi hla arms, shattering It In a terrible' manner. Dr. Applewhite of Corvallls waa sent for and amputated the arm. Mr. Hannibal is about thirtyfive years of age, and has a family. Albany Democrat. Direct Fukoii ases. The New York Backet la receiving this week, a large lot of all kinds of goods in their line di rect from New York. Such as hats, buck and other leather gloves, for har vest work, underwear for ladies and gouts, overalls, all kinds of dress and work shirts, hosiery, dress stays and notions of all kinds and a large lot of shoes of best make direct from St. Louis to be sold at racket prices. Call and Bee them. 9 8-2d-lw The Message. It was first given to the neonle in the Journal and met with general favor. The bulletin board had an anxious crowd around It. The first copy of the message struck oil was nisted up bo that all who could not af ford to buy a paper could read It auy how. Lanre bundles of Journals weut south on the overland reachiug southern Oregon a day ahead of the Portland papers. Hiau Interest. The monthly meeting of the Salem Building and Loan association was held last evening. All the withdrawals were ordered paid In full according to the by-laws, and $2,4000 were loaned iu two purses, each at eighty-four months Interest In ad vance. The etrlngent times make more withdrawal notices than usual. Bridcies. Besldea the big bridge at Balom, the county commissioners court now Iu session will havo to mako ar rangement to bulid and complete sev eral now bridges. The Masher bridge over the Abiqua is among these. i i No Market. Business mou who have a fow hundred dollar of spare money can do well to luvest In oats and other graiua for which thoro Is no market. Oats went begging iu this county yesterday at 20 coiits. Hops. Scarcity of monoy Is depres sing hops locally. Unless there Is re lief hops will drop. G. W. Hubbard, who returned from up the valley today, bought 70 balea old hops Iu Lane coun ty for 15 cents. That la nil he will oiler on new contracts. FituiT Palace The state board of agriculture has offered $100 towards u fine fruit palace this year. It Is to be moved, painted aud made uuoh a show u never was eeeu in Oregon. Presi dent Cottle, of the Marlon Fruit Grow er's society, will appoint a committee. Captured. The convict who ran away from the pen. wua recaptured last night and returned to the prison About 5 o'clock, IIoloBcaall his good time of about two mouths. m BPKAlfKR Chisp Will be a very busy man for Bome months, but no busier than J. A, Van Eaton, the big grocer, for bo baa more people to look out for than Crisp. Music, Investigate tho merits of Willamette conservatory of uiuslo If vnu Intend to snoiul rootle on the musical education of your children. Harvest. Home farmers who have not bel enough are experiencing great dloulty lu getting money to harvest tkalr crops. Pox Yoom JjsMibu Ou ft uluo box key ray hour, day or ulght, aud you'll Ht ttaU messenger service from joefcwoed'e, LID DRY GOODS AND SHOE COMPANY, PERSONAL AND LOCAL. If you are going East order the One Cent Daily for a week or six months at 25 cents a month. Better than a dally letter from home. Mrs.8.G. Grubbeand Mrs.W.H.Byrd were passengers north this morning. Capt. Apperson, of the state board of Agriculture, returned today to Oregon City. Hon. Z. F. Moody Is at Portland. Eastern prices at The Fair, Court street. Cbas. Johnson returned from Jeffer son this morning. Forest fires give the air an Indian summer effect. Bank deposits are increasing and money will soon be easier. Everybody can economize by taking the One Cent Daily Journal by mail at 2d cents a month. Mis3 Lulu Sargeant Is home, after spending a week with the Misses Geer, at Macleay. Simmons Liver Regulator cures gen eral debility and will give you a new lease on life. People should now be good Samari tans and help one another by paying their bills. A 100-pound halibut was caught off the wharf at Newport a few days ago. This la the first one that has been seen iu Yuqulnu bay, we understand, lhe lucky fisherman realized (20 for the (lull, having dealt it out ut 20 cents per pound. The Oregonian eays Portland is ex ceptionally blessed with prosperity and that there is no cause for gloom. Facts that are probably true, yet which read very peculiarly after bIx or seven bank failures. Exchauge. That qlty Is so prosperous It has to Keep back $300,000 of the people's money to do business with. Salem paid her state tax and has bad no bank failures. Salem visiters: Frank Davy, Forest Grove; Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Johnson, Mebama; Chas. Piper aud Mabel Wel ler of Portland. Blanche Albert, Mr. and Mrs. It. P. Boise, jr., Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Parmen tor, Mlsa Jessie Breyman are Newport wlso. Miss Agnes Smith, who has been making her home with Mr. aud Mrs. Johu Fay In Yew Park, loft yesterday for Weutworth, South Dakota. Mrs. C. J. Bishop and son Chauucey, Misses Bertha and Lenore Kay, May Molutlre, Etta Calvert, Mrs. M. S. Skill' of Salem, aud Miss Halllo Gal brellli of Albany, went to Newport to day. Mrs. M. J. Crolghton has returned from La Grande, bhe was accompanied by her daughter, Mlsi Jt-ssle. $33.20 for scalps yesterday. i Dr. Keuworlhy, of Roxcdule, U the new postmaster ut Rosedale. Profa. II. II, Smith and J. J. Crapa urn .naalatlni? Oiiiintv Rlllx'rlnli'lwliMit ..... ..n......... .. . . f .. . Graham In holdiug tho quarterly teach-! era' exainltiatiou. Helen Hustluga of Clackamas couuiy, uged 32, has been brought to tho asylum. 8. C. Clarke loaded a refrigerator car of peach plums for the Chicago market today. People uro packing fruit ou hla farm south of town. G. W. Forbes went to Oregon City to work a few weeks. Dr. BratUhaw aud G. G, Gaua re turned from Albauy, I Mrs, D. W. Eberlln went to Newport today. I Mre. W. II. Dowulne and Mrs. P. B. Beokley weut to Oakland aud Rose-'., burg today for a visit. About tweuty weut to Newport to day. Mrs. J. C. Smith and Mlsa C. Board- mau, returned to Portland today, after ' a short visit with Mrs. G. W, Smith. ! W. E- Burke returned to Portland I today. ' j Mr. E. A. Pierce, ol Baleru, Is a guest at the Astor.--.Mi8a Lottie Hellen brand, of Salem is in the city, the guest' of Mr. Perry. AstorUu. J BREAKING THE IOE. Prospects of Work Going Ahead ., State Buildings. on There Is a good outlook that the Port land freezing oat process will be broken np in a few days and work can then go ahead on state institutions. Portland county officers who are holding back $300,000 doe the state on state taxes are undoubtedly reaping a harvest of big interest A Portland contractor, who bid on a public building the other day gave it away when he offered to take state warrants In pay. That money, now due the state, is held back to buy etate warrants, if it has not already been invested in such. That is a double fraud on the state. They should be declared defaulters by the state treas urer and the counties holding back state funds wrongfully should be declared defaulters. Salem merchants Interviewed today say they will take state warrants at par and they are safer than balances at most banks, eyen at Portland. The Oregonian in upholding Governor Pennoyer is catering to a spirit of jealousy of the Capital city that always shows Itself in the way of spite work. The Portland gang of state fund gamblers should be broken up and brought to time. The state treas urer is helpless in the case, but under stood to be perfectly willing to issue state warrants for legislative appropri ations if ordered to do so by the state boards in power. There is always a great risk to the people in keeping the funds of the state a day longer than necessary in the hands of the county official. Why Not Available. Governor Pennoyer is to be commend ed for his judgment In not starting in, without money, upon the costly system of improvements and public works au thorized by the legislature last winter. Not only is it a time for economy and retrenchment, but it ia a time in which no expenditure should be incurred for which the money is not actually avail able. Oregonian Aug. 9. What doea the Oregonian mean by "not actually available?" Doea it mean that it is right for Its public men and banks to bold back and use $300,000 which they have taken from the people in taxea and not paid over to the state? That money Beema to be "actually available" fur the use of people who have no right to keep it or use it, Jicououjy ana retrenchment are one thing. Stealing is another. Ia It not steallug Portland Is guilty of? MACHINE OILS. Farmers, buy your oils at the iiL.UJi KUHT, and save 25 per cent. d-w-t e Governor Pennoyer went to Portland today. Mall Clerk Dan Tarpley ia at Ya qulna Bay for a few weeks. Dyspepsia and its attendant ills are quickly cured by Simmons Liver Reg ulator. Machine Oil. Farmers, buy your oils at the Blue Front, and save 25 per cent. dw FROM WILLARD. Messrs. Egau aud Old field 'have re turned from Fish Lake. MisaMlnnlo Bea frith who has been visiting relatives here has returned to her home iu Polk Co., Miss Stella Sherman returned to Sa lem Tuesday. Among church dedication visitors were Prof. Parvln, Mr. Knight, Miss Harris, Audy Gilbert and family and Mr. Raymond of Salem; Rev. Parker and Mr. Polnset of Hubbard, and Mr. Und Mre. Adair. i Mlsa Llda Cranston week at Idubua. Is spending a m Take Slmmona Liver Reculator for headache, constipation, Indigeatlou biliousness. or Good Woric. Detective C. B. Clem eut captured the escaped couvlct at the mouth of his pistol on the Bonham place In North Salem yesterday after noon. The Loo Suit. The attachment suit of Sroat k Glle vs. H. A. 8. & Eirte was tried before Judge Batckelor this afternoon to jury. D PRICE'S .om Baking USGH The only Pure Cream of Tartar powder, No Ammonia; No Alum, Utd ia Millions of Homes 40 Years the StaadaiJL REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. Wm. and Mary Ratzburg; 62 acres in a 1, 1 8 s, r 3 w, $4,000. Leo Willis and wife to Mrs. Margaret Mason; 40 acres sec. 8,t 8 s,r 3 w, $1,200. Same to Mrs. Nora Holm. 1 8 blk 11, Depot ad. to Salem, $500. J. H. Albert and wife to Nora Holm; It 7. blk 10, Yew Park, $1,600. Wm. Goodrich and wife to T. H. Goodrich; 11.49 acres t 0 s, r3w. $400. H. C. Caldwell and wife to J. W. Lee; 10 acres in J. L. Eott d 1 c t 7 b, r 2 w, $1,000. What do you Take Medicine for? Because you are sick and want to get well, or because you wish to prevent illness. Then remem ber that Hood's Barsaparilla cures all diseases caused by impure blood and debility of the system. It Is .not what ita proprietors say but what Hood's Sareapariila does, that tells the story of its merit. Be sure to get Hood's,and only Hood's. Purely vegetable-Hood's Fills 25 cents. In the Morningslde medal shoot last night Turner and'Harritt tied at 23 out of 25. Pardons. Pardons were granted to convicts released today as follews: Ed. L. Olllver of Linn for larceny: Tbos. Martin of Douglas, liquor Belling; Parr brothers of Umatilla for rioting. The Teachers. Marion county quarterly examinations at the court bouse began at 1 p. m. About forty teachers enrolled today. Jnsane. Mrs. E. C. Castle, aged 65, of Pendleton, first attack; Eva Elswick aged 34 of Brownsville, were brought to Salem today. John D. Cough's Personality. The two men who best recall, in very different ways, tho popular lec ture of the last generation are Wen dell Philbps and John B. Gough. The men are totally unlike, and their lectures bore no resemblance to each other. Gough was a comedian, and he played upon one string, the evil of Btrong drink, upon which he al ways had the sympathy o the audi ence, for he spoke from experience. His power lay in his ability to tell and act a story, comic or pathetic, and his bursts of eloquence, which were commonly tawdry and forced, always brought down the house be cause they were charged with his personal enthusiasm. Ho was suc cessful only on one theme, but he was in earnest on that, and he gath ered about that all the telling illus trations of his reading and his keen, humorous observations' of life, and on the platform he was the magnetic center of fireworks. He was the nearest approach to a Puritan thea ter. Charles Dudloy Warner in Har per's. Germ Theory or Disease. De Foe seems to have been ac quainted with the germ theory and not to have thought much of it In his "Journal of the Plague Year" he refers to the talk there was "of in fection being carried on by the Air only, by carrying with it vast Num bers of Insects and invisible Crea tures who enter the Body with the Breath, or oven at the Pores with the Air, and thoro generate or emit most acute Poisons, or poisonous Ovro or Eggs, which mingle them Belveswith tho Blood and bo affect the Body." In De Foe's opinion this was "a Discourse full of learned Sim plicity and manifested to be so by universal Experience." Notes and Queries. Pupa Staid at Home. Domestic responsibilities have a way of asserting themselves at inop portune moments. When the absonce of a certain young society man was noticed by his friends at the closing cabinetreceptions,they littledreamed the real truth of tho matter, which was that ho was compelled to stay at home and take care of the baby, tho nurse having declared at tho last moment that, whether school kept or not, she was going to attend those receptions. And so she did, while he remained at homo nursing at once his wrath and the baby. Kate Field's Washington. A Sweet Philosopher. May Two men at a hotel in sum mer are much more entertaining than four men. Ethel But suppose there are 20 girlat May That makes no difference. When thoro are four men, they al ways play poker, while only two can't Lifo, Pewder: NEW TO-DAY. Able to supply any order for Jersey milk Sharpe'a Dairy. H70KLEBEURIES. Fresh lot for canning at 60 cts. a gal lon at Johu G. Wright'8. m California Melons. Tho first and only carload of Lodl watermelons received by John G. Wright this morning. They are very fine and cheap. Oregon Peaches. I am receiving dally Southern Oregon peaches for sale cheap by box. Also on band fresh tomatoes green corn and huckleberries, John G. Wright Economize in Paper. Clean newspapers, tied in bundles of 100, not cut, for sale at this office at fifteen cents a bundle. A heavy straw wrapping paper, largo sheets, two cents a pound. Next door to the postofiice. tf Notice to Farmers. Please take notice tbat the Salem Flouring Mllla Co., are prepared to fur- nian Backs tms season as naa been their custom in past years. Salem Flouring Mills Co. H. B. Holland, manager. 8-1 d w. Southern Pacific Announcement Commencing Monday, August 7th, and until further notice, the following changes will be made in the running of trains on Woodburn, Sprinfield branch. Train No. 14 from Sllverton to Wood- nurn, and local No. 11 from Woodburn to Natron, will run on Mondays, Wed nesdays, aud Fridays only. Train No. 12 from Natron to Woodburn, and train No. 13 from Woodburn to Sllverton, will run on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdaya only. E. P. Rogers, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt $100 Reward, $100. The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreadful disease tbat science has been able to cure in all its stages and tbat is catanh. Hall's Catarrh Cure in the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a con stitutional treatment. Mall's Uatarrb Cure ia taken internally, acting directh upon the blood and mucous surfaqes of me system, tuereoy destroying tne foundation of the disease, and giving the patient Btrength by building up the constitution, ana assisting nature in doing ita work. The proprietors have so much faith in ita curative powers, tbat they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case tbat it fails to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address, F. J. Cheney & Co., To ledo, O. BSTBold by druggists, 75c, FOR SALE. On easy terms and cheap. A CO acre orchard onsnnny maeiMo. one. 3mueseouta of Salem. 5-3t-dw JOHN HART. HAVE YOU GOT PILES ITCHINO V1VB3 kxoira by moisture Ilk perspiration, causa lnunsa itcnlBf when warm. This form and BI2fD. lU.KKDIITO er FKOTBUDLNQ IOLlf TIELD ATOKCETO DR. BO-SAN-KO-S PILE REMEDY, wtUoa seta dlractlr on parta affected absorbs tumors, ailars ltehJna;, effecting a permanent ante, Frio 600. Drucsl.t. ormaU, Dr. Bosanko, Philadelphia, Pa, Bold by Barken & Van Slype. Willamette University, Salem, Or., School of music for piano, organ, violin, singing, orchestral instruments, harmo ny, counterpoint, fugue, orchestration and higher musical composition. No better grade of work done west of the Rocky mountains. Prices low. Seven teachers. Next term begins Sept 4tb. Send for annual year book or address, Z. M. Parvin, Mus. Doctor, musical director. 8 9 2md&w DR. GUNN'S ruPBOVXD LIVER PILLS A MILD PHYSIC ONE PILL FOR A DOSE. J. moTsment of the bowels each day, la neeeesarr for health. These pills supply what the sjstem Uets to make It renlar. Cure Headache, brighten the Eyes and olear the Complexion better than tosmetlsa. They aot mildly, neither tripe nor KlSK ST.""1" pUU ? To ooTlnee yon of the" S,V)iLw JJ5?ii ""PJM.free. or full box ado. Scld rrarywhere. Koaanio Med.Oo, Philadelphia, p at Sold by iWkeu & Vhu Slype. Oregon State Fair. Under the management of the StR'e Board of Agriculture, on the Sia e Fair Grounds near Salem, commenc ing September 11th, 1803, and con tinuing one week. MORE THAN $15,000 IN CASH Will be paid m premiums for Bloe. roullry. Hwlne Azrlouiiunu Producu, FrutU, Native Wood. Mineral. Work r Ait and Fancy Work. .nd for ulU of speed. Seduced Rates of Fares and Freights on All Transportation Linaa. PAVIt.1 Wopen four evenlnn dnrlnethe week, with rood music In altend&nre TiiKNh.W U1UNU KTANIl 01, rt th . iiruiauon stock are co ceaea to be atnone tne moat comiorlab e and the beat on tho Pat. cldo Coast. HrLKNUID CONTEST OP HPEED each day. Th? I entered for these contests the unt ueiu 01 uocks iou year iDst ou been on tho cronnds for msny seasons, Valuable aad hand.ome Improvements have been made on tbegrouodsaud buUdlnxs. PREMIUM LIST. o1nhhbTto1,a"d Iw"4o XCTVIU K&trlea for Premiums close atSpm. the nrt day of the Fair, aud Exhibits must be to place by 10 p. ro. or said day. PRICES OP ADMISSION. Men's Heaaon Tlckt Women's tteatoa Ticket. .. lid. N.k &. . f JfO , 1 CO (0 34 ss Men's Day Tic et Women' s uay Ticket.. Race Track Tickets, lui.y ; U omen to Race Owns lf"""" I Chlldrrn under 14 vm uw.i.ii -i?,!1? b.' Bwl-7 t Portland for a Prenv Conservatory A JrSgjiw s v5r k-r r- Th u ra. u luuiutl. 1 J T oramq Bacr.ipp,ai30N' rZS?fSV j, t. GuQ, Bocrtury, waawu ONE STEP LOWER. When good honest home made goods are wanted don't forget we are One Step Lower than the lowest on prices, men and boys clothing for AT THE- SALEM, Before Going to the Wojld's Fair Enquire Abont The Limited Express trains of the Chi cago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway between St Paul and Chicago and Omaha and Chicago. These trains are vestibuled, electric lighted and steam heated, with the fin est Dining and Sleeping Car Service in the world, The Electric reading light In each berth is the successful novelty of this progressive age, and is highly appreciat ed by all regular patrons of thia line. We wish others to know its merits, as the Chicago Milwaukee & St. Paul Bail way Is the only line in the west enjoy ing the exclusive use of this patent. For further information apply to nearest coupon ticket agent, or address C. J. Eddy, General Agent, J. W. Casey, Trav. Pass. Agt 225 Stark St, Portland, Or. tf BURTON BROTHERS Manulacture Standard Pressed Brick, Molded Brick in all Patterns for Fronts, and supply the brick (or the New Salem City Hall and nearly all the flno build npj erected In the Capitol City. Yards near r-enitentlary, Salem, Or. S3 dw ST. PAUL'S ACADEMY, St. Paul, Marion County, Oregon. Couducied by the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary. The location aflorda all that cm be desired for ihealthful outdoor exercise. U Paul ran be easily reached by boats on the Willamette, The building Is new and supplied wnh all the modern Improvements. The course of study is complete. Stenography and Typewriting Taught. Terms moderate. For further particulars apply to Sister 8uper lor. 8-1-lmdAw rJ LEAVES SALEM from U. P. Dock at 6 o'clock a. m. every Wed nesday and (Saturday. LEAVES PORTLAND rrom the Central dock at foot of Washhtrton street every Bunday and Thursday. LEAVES SALEM for Albany every Monday and Tuesday, re turning same days. Concerning freight and passenger business, call on the agent, AL II EKREN . A GOOD CHANCE ! All goods at W. M. Sargeaul'a will be sold at the regular price for the next 30 days at 10 percent, discount for cash. THE PACIFIC DETECTIVE AND COLLECTING BDRBAD 3ALEM, . - Oregon Private work a specialty. C. B. CLEMENT. Manager. POWER HOUSE Meat Market. Fresh and Salt meats of the best quality Pou.try and stock. Free delivery. FRED WAYMIRE. fnni..n Elwood Hardware, Wagons, Carts, Road Machinery AND AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. Latest Improved Goods and Lowest Prices. N. W. Cor. State and Liberty Sti. SALEM, OREGON HARVEST IS HERE And the Farmers are Busy. We are still hammering away ou Summer Goods, and are giving some rich bargains, such as All Wool Cballlea for 45o a yardworth 65c. Balbriggan and Gauze Vests for 25o worth 60 and 75c. We ttlll have an elegant stock of LADIES AND MISSES SUN HATS and have cut prices to bed-rock. Silk Mitts 15c to 75c a pair in all colors. WILLIS BROTHERS & CO. w OPERA HOTTHR noRN"Er dit.vu nTlEGOS- -. i ijnuo . . Besnember oar big stock of men's ad boy's clotain, furnishing good tuU, also our coflaptete iwsortSM&t of wupeta, oilcloth, IIboJwjbw suwi mattiflfi AX IrkW&aJ tSlAA I :-TTti.v- OREGON, KEEP COOL Keep cool and don t get excited. Take your time If Tnn an abont tn hnv s innl don't do r-o until you have hsd time to examine the new lot of novels nn nnrl neives. we spare no pains in g.ttlDgtbe very latest. Our assortment of IlluitraUKJ, periodicals is unsuruaa&ed. Rail amtinri kuu see our aispiay. 1 a .. ; Patton Bros., Boolcsellars and Stationers 08 STATE STREET. THE WILLAMETTE, 8ALEM, OREGON. Bates, $2.50 to $5.00 per Day The best hotel between Portland aad Ban Francisco. First-class In all its appointments. Ita tables are served with the CJiolcest Fruits Grown In the Willamette Valley. A. I. WAGNER. Prop. MAKE NO MORE MI8TAKE8 CHARLES A. SMITH RUNS The Rustler food Snr And he doesn't burn up half your wood, In fuel, when he saws it. Hake your contract" with him personally orleave oroers at Vesltti olgur store Dearborn's book store,13S bummer street, or address me by mall. 6-M-U NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. DR CLARA M. DAVIDSON, graduate of Woman's Medical College, of Peomjr vanla Office. Bush-Breyman Block, Hal tin. PEhbO.NAL.-E. K. Hall, paper banEer.hu returned from the east and is ready. for business. S-l IOR RENT (in Democratic Boom TermM new house with 8 ronma- hard finlib: oa Divl vision street bstarrn Prnnl nnrl C.cmTCtt- clal lnqu.re on lot. 8-P mUIS PAPER Is kept on nle at K. C. Dsie'l JL Advertising A gency, SI and 65 Merchants hxchJuige.Sau Francisco, California, wnr con traf-s for advertising can be made for it. CHRISTIAN PCIENCE-Ltlerature of all klcdsoasaleat 328 Liberty street. (-5-IJ A TTEXTION.-Cah money paid for rti XX. Dollli aiao bides, boitlei.old Iron and all kinds of mei of fiM ivnri Untiu Malm. 1-sa-ly l'tolpolar ADVENTIST. , I old Unitarian Hall opposite oi er bf'Uie, 8 lem, Htur ays. Sabbath school at w. in, followed by Bible leading and other ! Prayer meeting Wednesday 7-33 n, m. " '' :? ww 9- m v .ww