B or H Bruebaker

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LAST . v j U N - T I O N S E R [ l i e C'l ·Utnin Church Trouble VX ill in ttio Circuit Court S n t u r .Vornins nt N'lnc O'clock -The lujnuctlon. disgraceful trouble in the ;an church is not over by r,ja;i-. I'- 1 ' a c t !t 6 c e m s to - s ' JU :'n^a:o'.-e p r e t e n t i o u s a'T. uny re.-n'.t in considerable liti- a it. o-. b e f o r e it is ended. Lite T h u r s d a y e v e n i IIa',1 f a c t i o r , t h r o u g h \V C. Job-is and LeFcrpee Lee c,.:u rencti". injunctions proceedings i-i'thc c i r c u i t court. A copy r,V.i;e".as served by of this the sheriff en each of the d e f e n d a n t s therein. i'he notice, tells the [Ki o * : th wiiich ..trole slory is as follows; ·'Kbenezer McNabb, Thomas A. »r - c h e t t , Frank P. Howard, t- Patterson, vs. Georire P. Hail. V i dike, P. W. Humphrey, W. H I - D W. L e h m a n , J. H""L : rubaker, W. L. Pierce and J. K.cl ar.iaon. In chancery. T i ~ b t above named defendants: T a k - notice, that on Saturday A p r i l 11, A. D . 18%, at the 0 c o c : a. in., or as soon as t-'erc.if t e r as counsel can be h tile c o m p l a i n a n t s wili t i o n to LI-.;, of the honorable j s-i'm c ' :rt in chamber-, t o - w i ;;,. ll i '.ard P. V a i l , at his lY-r- in the c o u r t bouse in a t . i i . county of Macon and uiio.-. fur an iii3jnction again;t -aid George F. Hall from a c ri.stsr or pastor of the C h n: G.ir =t of Dccatur, I l l s , · - n t i n " i i i n = e l f upon 01 said c h u r c h in the capacity PI r,:-ter or nastor or in any other ,11 i.i.'.l c a p a c i t y whatever; i v . i c ' . i o n against the said a n t , J. V. U p d i k e , i j r i e t u n l y f r o m p religious service in the I o { owned by I ui I'ce'uj-on the premises the t r u s t e e ^ of aaid church an Ki'.-.mction against the sa'd 0=- ·en'iait-. P W. Humphrey, W. W. Day C. W. Lewman, J. E. W! e H/Bruebaker, W. L Pierce ana J. Richardson, restraining them per- a c t u a l l y from i n t e r r r e f u s i n g t h e - r i g h t art- to p a r t i c i p a ' e in the deliberations and oilicial actions of said oliicial Iwaid. F a r t h e r t h a t t h e be )",nt.y and severally commanded t o a l l O ' V t h e above named ar.t- ar,,l each of t h e m to .a the d e i . b s r a t i n n s o-Tidal actions of the offical board: a: v. h;ch t i m e and place you ansear and resist said application .·ee :it to do so. W t. JOHN'S AND LEFOKCEK ^ Solictors for Complainants. The frroands for legal action is sased on t h e belief that the g a t i o n a l m e e t i n g s | !Ia I f a c t i o n where the a c oil.cial board was overthrown were not he'd legally. There seems to a d ' f t e r e n c e of opinion as to th- p i w e r of the bo; 1'on.jrf.iaiion. A: the revival meeting at the t a b e r n a c l e last night Rev. tae n o t i c e to the congregation wi'.l he hoped that ttis members o - l l st.ck together u n t i l roj'/ie i? a i l over. Tr.e Hail f a c t i o n has been n::-'..CG a move on the part of the frontier, and will prepared to ·t. T i.s. m o r n i n g they sir'. ,cc« of Miils Bro's. and Bucking- lu'.r.i and v.ill bs ready for u r h S;.; icer cv Lehman have s i . c d a fresh invoice of just re- Garden

Clipped from The Evening Bulletin10 Apr 1896, FriPage 1

The Evening Bulletin (Decatur, Illinois)10 Apr 1896, FriPage 1
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