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There will be a probationer's meeting in the parlors oí the M. E. church Friday evening. The council is doing a goód thlng in Compelttng city officials and boards to ronder an annual report to the council of their doiagjs. Mayor Doty appeared in the chair with President Cooley at the rouncil meeting last Monday evening, and delivered his annual message therefrom. The residents iü the vieinity f E. Ann and Observatory sts., would like to have the council give them more light up in that section. It might not be a bad thing to do. J. J. Goodyear hias purchased the Btore No. 5, S. Main et., in which he Iiae carried on the drug business for the paet 12 years, so successfully. tThc purchase of this property by Mr. tïoodyear is an indication of prospcrity on his part, which his large fixmy of friendB will be greatly pleasd to make note of. President Cooley called the attention of the council to the actions of some miscreants in the south end of the town, such as window peeping, etc, and believed that somethingought to be done to cateh the culprits. Aid. Wines thought that by offering a reward for their apprehension would be a sensible way to catch them. Mi's. Aliee Freeman Palmer, late president of Welleeley College, Massachufeetts, delivered a very fine lecture tvefore the Woman's Leaigue, at NewIberry Hall, last evening. The audience ■vore much interested in wliat JIrs. Palmer had tq say, and Bhe was g-iven tl, -ordial recept ion at hor old alma mil Ier. The annual message of Mayor Doty, to be found in the report of the prooeedings of the council, is worth pernsing. There are many good suggestions in it, and some suggestions the -wisdom of whleh will be questioned by manjr citizens. Nevertheless, it is a paper of much merit and shows a familiarity with city aftairs that are commendable in the chiet executive of a city. ; Martin Clark, health inspector at 52 E. AVasliington st., is lookinjj; aftei nuisances of every kind and na turo and his adviee to all is have your premlses in a good sanitary condi tion bcfore the inspector calis on you and thus avoid all unpleasantness "The owners of sorne 40 pig pens must daily keep their pens in a clean con dition, or else they will find them selves in the clutches of the law," is what he says. Nest Sunday evening the topic o the leeture in the course of "The Kgyptian Monuments and the Bible,' belng given by Itev. Dr. Cobern, ii the M. E. church will be: "The AVhis peringe of the Sphinx." It -svill dis cuss the whisperings of the oíd Eyp tian language concerning God and the earliest religión; the creation of the ■vorld and primitive man. A largo audience greeted the first leeture in the coruse last Sunday evening, ant they were grea-tly iuterested 1 hen-in


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