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Anderson; Treasurer, M. Treadwell. Patron
Chapter No. 18. Organized September 12, 1893,
with fourteen charter members. Present mem-
bership, thirty. Meets first and third Tuesdays.
First officers: W. M., M. F. Washington; W. P.
J. W. Davis; A. M., M. Davis; Treasurer, L.
Henderson; Secretary, M. McCook. Present offi-
cers: W. M., Mrs. Fannie Washington; W. P.,
Mrs. Carrie McKinsey; A. M., Mrs. Rachel
Milburn; Treasurer, Mrs. Annie Searles; Secre-
tary, Mrs. Josie Mason.

MINER OF HONOR LODGE.— Galesburg
Shaft No. 7. Organized June 7, 1898, with thirty
charter members. Present membership, forty.
Meets second and fourth Mondays, at residences
of members. First and present officers: Presi-
dent, G. F. Conley; V. P., C. W. Fee; Clerk, Dr.
J. F. Corbin; Treasurer, Mrs. C. W. Fee; Med-
ical Examiner, Dr. J. F. Corbin.

MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA.— Oak-
leaf Camp No. 92. Organized April 27, 1885,
with thirty-five charter members. Present mem-
bership, one hundred and twenty-four. Meets
first and third Mondays in A. O. U. W. Hall.
First officers: V. C. David Spence; W. A., J.
A. Westfall; E. B., A. D. Aiken; Clerk, M. C.
Loomis; Physician, D. W. Aldrich. Present offi-
cers: V. C, J. R. Cunningham; W. A., E. C.
Dewein; Banker, G. D. Tuttle; Clerk, M. L.
Gebhart. Galesburg Camp No. 667. Organized
August 10, 1888, with twenty-eight charter
members. Present membership, three hundred
and twelve. Meets second and fourth Thurs-
days in K. of P. Hall, North Cherry street.
First officers: V. C, A. H. Blick; W. A., W. B.
Loomis; E. B., C. E. Bancroft; Clerk, H. A.
Dobson; Physician, J. F. Percy and R. I. Law.
Present officers: V. C, E. P. Holcomb; W. A.,
W. A. Gebhart; Clerk, 0. W. Walkup; E. B.,
John P. Evans; Physicians, E. V. D. Morris and
O. I. Searles.



KNOX COUNTY ASSOCIATION OF MOD-
ERN WOODMEN.— Organized April 18, 1895,
with delegates from six camps. Present mem-
bership, eighteen camps, representing 1,892
members. Meets second Tuesday in February,
in Galesburg. First officers: President, J.
Faumliner, Abingdon; V. P., John McCrea, Vic-
toria; Secretary, J. F. Temple, Galesburg;
Treasurer, M. E. Smith, East Galesburg. Pres-
ent officers: President, W. D. Patty, Oneida;
V. P., J. P. Evans, Galesburg; Secretary, J. P.
Temple, Galesburg; Treasurer, H. Hohendorf.

ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA (AUXIL-
IARY TO MODERN WOODMEN).— Woodbine
Camp No. 445. Organized August 22. 1896, with
twenty-nine charter members. Present mem-
bership, sixty-five. Meets second and fourth
Monday evenings in American Hall. First offi-
cers: 0., Mrs. Harriet Hippert; V. O., Mrs.
Leila Temple; Secretary, Mrs. Ina Barton; Re-
ceiver, Rachel Dewein; Physician, Dr. E. V. D.
Morris. Present officers: 0., Mrs. Grace Evans;
P. C, Mrs. Lulu Holcomb; V. C, Mrs. Harriet
Sweeney; Recorder, Mrs. Hattie Mair; Receiver,
Mrs. Harriet Anderson.

MYSTIC WORKERS OF THE WORLD.— Or-
ganized May 27, 1897, with forty-five charter
members. Present membership, seventy-five.
Meets first and third Monday evenings in
Swanson's Hall. First officers: M., J. A. West-
fall; V. M., S. W. Martin: Secretary, W. B. Coff-
man; Banker, Ephraim Sharps; Physicians, Drs.
O. I. Searles, George Chalmers and E. V. D.
Morris; Attorney, George N. Hamilton. Pres-
ent officers: W. M., Dr. O. I. Searles; W. V. M.,
Mrs. E. I. Harris; W. S., Dr. A. Watson; W. B.,-
Dr. George S. Chalmers; W. Physicians, Drs.
O. I. Searles and George S. Chalmers; W. At-
torney, W. T. Smith.

NATIONAL UNION.— Galesburg Council No.
680. Organized March 7, 1894, with twenty-five
charter members. Present membership, fifty-
two. Meets first Mondays over Carey's book
store. First officers: Ex. P., A. T. Wing; P.,
H. E. Parker, Jr.; V. P., C. C. Flynn; S., W. A.
Peterson; R. S., E. J. Dickson; F. S., B. S. Car-
penter; Treasurer, R. M. Kimber; Medical Ex-
aminer, Dr. J. L. Shepard. Present officers:
Ex. P., J. W. White; P., A. T. Wing; V. P.,
A. C. Anders; S., W. A. Peterson; R. S., C. M.
Hunt; F. S., T. S. Brown; Treasurer, R. M.
Kimber; Medical Examiner, Dr. J. L. Shepard.

ROYAL ARCANUM.— College City Council
No. 1000. Organized February 7, 1889, with




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nineteen members. Present membership, forty-
eight. Meets in Castle Hall, K. of P., 12 East
Main street, second and fourth Mondays. First
officers: R., F. F. Cooke; V. R., G. J. Sauter;
P. R., G. P. Rosenau; Or., J. W. Boltz; Secre-
tary, George E. Norine: Treasurer, S. Frohlich.
Present officers: R., John W. Barry; V. R.,
J. F. McCarthy; P. R., C. H. Geisler; Or., George
Geuss, Jr.; Secretary, O. W. Walkup; Treasurer,
John McLernon; Medical Examiners, Drs. F. P.
Tyler and L. R. Ryan.

ROYAL CIRCLE.— Galesburg Circle No. IGO.
Organized May 8, 1S99, with fifty charter mem-
bers. Present officers: W. R., Mrs. Fannie A.
Blazer; P. W. R., C. W. Carr; W. A., N. 0. John-
son; Secretary, J. E. Maley; Treasurer, R. C.
Matheny; Medical Examiners, Drs. 0. 1. Searles,
John Corbin and R. C. Matheny.

TRIBE OF BEN HUR.— Galesburg Court No.
50. Organized February 8, 1897, with thirty-one
charter members. Present membership twenty-
five. Meets second Mondays. First officers:
P. C. Joseph Benedict; C, J. F. Hamilton; T.,
Rev. G. B. Stocking; S., Gust Peterson; Medical
Examiner. Dr. J. B. Harvey. Officers last
elected: C, E. W. Searle; T., Mrs. E. W. Searle;
S., J. F. Hamilton; Medical Examiner, Dr. Gray
Taggart (deceased).

SELECT KNIGHTS OF AMERICA.— Garfield
Legion No. 77. Organized May 30. 1894, with
eighteen charter members. Present member-
ship, fifty-five. Meets at No. 12 Main street
Friday evenings. First officers: P. C, E. B.
Rhodes; C, T. C. Bowes: V. C, John Doran;
L. C, W. S. Duval; Recorder and Receiving
Treasurer, Otto L. Fooken; Treasurer, V. B.
Giddings. Present officers: P. C, C. E. Lund-
berg; C. T. C. Bowes; V. C, C. A. Rosenberg;
L. C, A. W. Engstrand; Recorder, B. Jordan;
Recording Treasurer, G. A. Johnson; Treasurer,
W. S. Duval.

McWADE AUXILIARY.— Organized Septem-
ber 21, 1894, with fourteen members. Present
membership, twenty-two. Meets in A. 0. U. W.
Hall, No. 12 Main street, first and third Mon-
days. First officers: W. P., Mrs. L. Doran;
W. P. P., Mrs. P. Duval: W. V. P., Mrs. N.
Tyler: Jr. V. P., Mrs. Katie Parker; W. Secre-
tary, Mrs. Dora Mott; W. Treasurer, Mrs. F. L.
Parker. Present officers: W. P., Mrs. Fannie
Carmody; W. P. P., Mrs. F. L. Parker; W. V.
P., Miss Tillie Anderson; W. Jr. V. P., Mrs. T.
C. Bowes; W. Secretary, Miss Julia Johnson;
W. Treasurer, Mrs. Polly Duval.



TEMPERANCE SOCIETIES.

CATHOLIC TOTAL ABSTINENCE SOCIETY.
—Organized September 24, 1894. with twenty-
eight charter members. Present mombershiO,
forty-eight. Meets second Sunday and fourth
Monday, in C. T. A. S. Hall. First officers:
President, W. F. Stanton; Vice President, J. W.
Flynn; Corresponding Secretary, J. E. Naley;
Financial Secretary, E. F. Tobin; Treasurer,
M. D. Franley. Present officers: President, W.
P. Brown; Vice President, Hugh Mattimore;
Corresponding Secretary, H. W. Norton; Finan-
cial Secretary, E. F. Tobin; Treasurer, Thomas
Keefe.

LADIES' AUXILIARY; LADIES' TEMPER-
ANCE AID SOCIETY.— Organized January 6,
1895, with twenty charter members. Present
membership, forty. Meets first Mondays In
C. T. A, S. Hall. First officers: President. Mrs.
A. T. Chittenden; Vice President, Mrs. M.
Graham; Treasurer, Miss Lizzie Slattery; Sec-
retary, Miss Lizzie O'Connell. Present officers:
President, Miss Kittle Maloney; Vice President,
Mrs. 0. L. Brockway; Treasurer, Mrs. J. D.
Donahue: Secretary. Miss A. Botsford.

INDEPENDENT ORDER OF GOOD TEM-
PLARS.— Svea Lodge No. 315. Organized Janu-
ary 17, 1878. with twenty-seven charter mem-
bers. Present membership, seventy-flve.
Meets Friday evenings, in Swanson Hall.
First officers: C. T., D. L. Peterson; V. T.,
Emily C. Peterson; Secretary, C. H. Peterson;
Treasurer, Minnie O. Peterson. Present offi-
cers: C. T., James Smith; V. T., Myrtella A.
Smith; P. C. T., Annie Gordon; Secretary,
Charles Charleston; Treasurer. Amanda
Holmes. Fidelity Lodge No. 103. Organized
December 4. 1879, with thirty-four charter mem-
bers. Present membership, forty-five. Meets
Thursday evenings, in Skandia Hall. First offi-
cers: C. T., L. F. Tate: P. C. T.. Dr. Tate; V. T.,
Mrs. George Alden; Secretary, Charles Gray;
Treasurer. L. A. Greenwoo



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