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    May 9, 1878

    “Junction, Lane, Co., Oregon” The Signs of the Times 4, 18, p. 144.

    THIS is a town of nearly five hundred inhabitants, on the O. & C. R. R., fifty-seven miles south of Salem. On the evening of March 30, I began a course of lectures here, and have given twenty-five discourses. The interest and attendance have been quite good. On April 27, we had our first Sabbath meeting; there were twenty-three present, and we hope by judicious and faithful labor to bring some to obedience of the commandments of God and faith of Jesus. The people of the place generally admit that “these things are so;” it now remains to get them to show by their actions that they believe them.SITI May 9, 1878, page 144.1

    ALONZO T. JONES.

    April 29, 1878.SITI May 9, 1878, page 144.2

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