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 - TEMPERANCE HALL. The annouuncement that Rev. G....
TEMPERANCE HALL. The annouuncement that Rev. G. S. Hubbs, of Boloit, Wis., was to speak at Temperance ILill.on Sabbath afternoon, called out a large number of our people. The meeting was opened with prayer by Rev. T. F. lleeser. Rev. E. P. Savage, of the Baptist Church, introduced the speaker. Tho tuiy of Mr. Hubbs' address address was "ine Black V«illey Railroad," and he illustrated his remarks by means of a large paiuting. Mr. Hubbs is a gentleman who has carefully studied his topic, and his address throughout was listened to with marked attention, He is a prohibitionist of the most pronounced pronounced type, and ho is unsparing in his denunciation of the liquor traffic. The music for the occasion was furnished furnished by Messrs. Brubaker, EngleJImJ locker and Weaver. Mrs. Hazlett presided presided at the organ. The benediction was pronounced by Rev. E. P. Savage. This evening Mr. Hubbs will lecture at the same place ou "The Mississippi of Intemperance," the address to lie illustrated illustrated by a painting. A cordial invitation invitation is extended to all. The other duy we called attention to the fact that a couple of itinerant peddlers

Clipped from Freeport Journal-Standard18 Feb 1884, MonPage 2

Freeport Journal-Standard (Freeport, Illinois)18 Feb 1884, MonPage 2
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