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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 7 July 1916

si "y tr stvvt ?j f- .c - f o Tm L. McCullough , Favors Land B&nK Would urge a system of rural credit favors safe-guardinc our farming interests ond extending Mme. to the fullest extent-A strong aavy is necessary for protection1-McCullough would be safe representative of the people 'and1 his- candidacy is gaining voters daily. r waiaa gtL"1- ' "" " . I (JUDGE TOM L. McCULLOUGH) , tf.j " juage j.om u. mcuuiiougn, candidate tor Congress to suc- ceed E. L. Henry in the 11th Congressional district, comoosed of Bell, Falls McLennan, Coryell and Hamilton counties, has filled many appointments since his opening speech at Mooreville, Falls County, his birthplace. , .Those who have heard his masterly wav of presenting his splendid platform of principiles have4 become strongly united to him in bonds of friendship and high regard. "His statesman' phip is unquestioned," said an admiring friend the other day, 'and as for ability to have a ' strong part in constructive legis- lation no one ha...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 7 July 1916

FP' j. ar J V. it--3 j ' ' -v" P w h- li "j1 t ' V !,. rx m-, :, Wk few A1'- r.n I' : l "W '. Colorado River Claims Victims at Marble Falls , . Marble, Falls Texas. July 1. i-.Miss Frances Stuart, oged 16 years, an.d Miss Sarah Pearson afee 15 years,' were drowned in the Colorado river about 9:30 a. tti., June. 28. They were mem- bers of a Sunday School picnic ' which was spending the day in the grove beside the river just below town. Several of the girls had gone in bathing and Miss Pearson got beyond her detfth and called for help. Miss Stuart went to help her and both went down together, , uotn pomes were were re covered within a half hour and physicians worked hard to resus- ciatethem. but to no avail. Miss Stuart was the daughter of W. D. Stuart, station agent at this place, and Miss Pearson was the daughter of Mrs. C. C. Pearson. Both girl3 had lived most of their, lives in Burnet and Marble Falls and were great favorites with all who knew them. Miss Pearson was the daughter o...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 7 July 1916

W VWKBKH ' ' WJB,iHr- V U ' rt'il i. ttfr . ,' ' I JMMBMlMliri II III 1'a it '- l I lT- .,- EVANGELIST MEETING - AT THE TABERNACLE YEm&k r nu t 88l ,d The revival meeting in which . IPtianrrallut- I? AT MnHnrmnll ni i. A VL Wnrt.h is rlninor the nreaiihincr hd his ci-woiker J. "D. Rankin , js' leading the singing, are start- ing very beautifully. The con- ' gregations are good. The atten- tion very close. The sermons are of the solidest, old fashioned r - gospel kind. They are filled with real mirth for the hungry soul. ' The singing is inspiring ana up liftjng. The response on the part of the people is noble. Eyery- I' ' ' '.thincr nnints t.n rhf nmplfpninir nf f w.....n Kv...w w -.. i.w..w. ....,, . ' Gods people and the salvation of V nhf Inst. Rut o'h. the timn is so short remember. Only two ,veeks, July 3rd to 16th inclu- sive. What shall it mean to you and me. our homes, cities and 18' jltB.Vwi! 9 X7s nitn rvliiH I e pastors and their people are so heartily joinii g in wit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 14 July 1916

-37 wkr r (f t' i ( ? V' V, - , iV j t jD "l :'4T I ' lre IV y I'jvlol' 1 rcr. AND NEWS M yr rH ai-i'iiiititt '- -- R.F, GATES, Editor and Proprietor' BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXAS; FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1916. $1.00 Year. VOL. XXXI. No. 7 CIRCLEVILLE MAN .. HURT AT AUSTIN k i1 TCP1 ' c . , " " v , T i " . mr T-W. Ml !3Bl i .i ? M Jsri H ', ' i. - fc - I, r n; : p. ' s w ' FLEWELLEN CASE - GOES TO JURY The cloainpr argument in the Blewelleri case at Belton, which hM be6n in, progress since last Week. vas made yesterday, the charge" of he court given, and the cate turned over to tho jury, who verdict is anxious! v await- ed by the public " k Mr. Snodgrass opened the ar- gument for the state in a two hours speech, followed by Nick Woodward, opening the argu- mentTfor the defense. Warren , Moore of Austin .and W. W. Hair v'6f , Belton mxl spoke for the de- fense. ,The closing speech was iiidfyesterday b.y District At- Arney Bow'mer. f- ,The case went to the jury at HjflO.yeeterday morni...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 14 July 1916

wwrmwm .j: -l ,. ; - "M n- V l P l : V ( It b, r.'r 'mii tf W i m. ' tt ', t $V:). p-' K w. IH r w.- . a.,' -- . : ; &. j h m' w " r, . The Tribune And News FRIDAY, JULY 14. 191G vAn eclipse of the moon on July 14th. at 8:30 p. m. The question is: How can you make a man mad that is born mad? Bartlett is on the route of the Meridian Highway, and many tourists pass thu here daily. Always remember that unless you are more capable and can do a 'thing better than the one whom you criticize, you have no right to say anything. The fact that the people are rallying to the support of Judge Jfto D. Robinson shows that they still cherish the democratic doc- trines of Thomas Jefferson. Troy Enterprise. Hurrah for Corous Christi ! ''', , X. They maybe "dry" down there, i,i. r . vyiSSii-ii j.i l. -till : it. .fv i . ... minority. T'he bond issue for ."street paving carried Saturday m.'i by a majority of over ten to one. ''Candidate Riddle has with- drawn from the senatorial race. At least tha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 14 July 1916

BJWUM3K,ffJg;3PJ ;' K , Ift t- v tofc t X ".' V A - v, Sfc . i. H !?: 8L1 Iff.' . ;t . n- ir ft r IT EtfUotiWlf. Httft in Attto Accident fr? , Cameron, Texas, July 6. Mrs. fc A. V. Smith, wife of the editor 6f the Cameron Herald, is in a local sanitarium as a result of 'being painfully hurt in an auto accident yesterday, while en- route to Rockdale- Occupants 'oftho car other than Mr. and i Mrs. Smith and their i little daughter, Louis, were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bass. Just after cros- 'SinK Little River bridge on turn- ing a corner both back tires blew out, overturning the car, but Mr. Bass was only slightly bruis- ed; A11 injuries were slight ex- cept Mrs. Smith. ConsideraDle i able anxiety is yet felt as to her recovery as her wounds are on the head. She was unconscious for several hours. Threshing Nearly Over 1 An exceptionally favorable season for harvesting and thresh- ing grain is now drawing tb a close, jand the thresher outfits are pulling into home quarter- ters with the fielfi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 14 July 1916

i " .,4' t. I " v -V , yy yfa mSHmbtk iftV ff'? f K " M ta " !?8 " ' 1 ' .' ui fcv is a Do You Realize - that the man who saves nothing is like a horse on a treadmill? Despite all his labors, each year finds him just where he was the year before. Get out of the treadmill and place your feet upon the road to Success by opening a BANK ACCOUNT Bartlett State Bank J. T. STEWART, Cashier. Bartlett, Texas. The Tribune And News FRIDAY. JULY 14. 1916 Don't forget the revival meet ing at the Tabernacle. The primary ticket for Bell uounty bears the names of eighty two candidates for congress and ior state, district and county offices. Dear candidates, the parting of the ways will soon come. Hon. Walter D. Caldwell, of Austin, who is a candidate for senator of the district composed of the district composed of Will- iamson, Travis, Burnet and Lam- pasas counties, was here this week in the interest of candi- dacy Walter is an able, ambi- tious young man, and from all indicatipns he will be elect...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 14 July 1916

T"- , I; vvfr.'&r.-yrKr t .,: ' ' " . Tr l..f". V ' Tie i t ' r . r "."" - ,1 '. " ' i r ' ('' I r 'x Hv . HBSBflff 3HC555S5 5HBE t , to ' v m .' : W H I lift '' L" A. fcK & fv- JM X H AH t ' ' j 10 t IV V f LOCUS arid PERSONALS Okla., J. K, Mb. Colo of Steipfler, was (he cuest of Mra, Powers this week. 0 Mrs. M. R. Sanders of Bowie, is the, guest of her daughter, Mrs. E. W. Curling. - Ladies hats for less at Ed Heinsohn's store. Mr. and Mrs. N, B. Serber re- turned home. Monday from a Visit to relatives in Waco. They were accompanied home by their brother, M. L. Serber. . Mrs. Leigh Hallman and daugh- ters of Brownsville were the guests of Mrs. J. K. Powers this week. Miss Anna Alfen of Austin is . here visiting relatives and friends. Lost or Stolen Rubber tire Moon buggy and harness. Find- er please notify Joe Roe, JarreJI, Texas. Mesdames John Hairston and 'R. P. Cates and daughter. Miss LaVerne .motored to Holland yes- terday to visit friends. Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Ensor, M...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 14 July 1916

,'i t'i i I' v 3u H ,'';' K.i'i'U 'lit ty a, Kwv Mti' j $'' ''; ?'' '- ,s '' " ' ! " rH ' & ..- . .- - ' -., V:.- WE SELL 1 IB- JA HEAL I H "V I It may sound a bit startling, but it is true. We have the remedies for correcting slight ail- ments and preventing serious sickness. 'By a judicious use of these expensive remedies you retain your robust health and vitality, and at the same time prevent the expense and worry incident to poor health. A dollar's worth of .prevention is worth a hundred dollars worth of cure, JLeatkerman JLJrug V-o. - tw LOCAL GOSSIP Attend the revival meeting. ,l'"john Riddlehoover and Garrett Stubblefield visited Mr. Chas. Stephens Saturday.. SALE Good second hand bug- '; y. will sell cheap, see Homer "Hoberts, route No. 1, Phone No. 16014. 'Excursion to Austin every Sun- day, viaM, K. & T. Ry. $1.25 round trip., Trains leave at 11:00 o'clock p, m. Saturday and 9:45 Sunday morning. Arrive at Bart- v iett Monday at 2:30a. m. JMr. arid Mrs. J. A. Riddle...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 14 July 1916

W ' i "v Tfcfc.-t'rws. - ' ,. -mm- ,;w&.twmmsMmimtW t ' HI i , ' t'- ,-f '. ,'.. - H' . 1 fry -," T3H1IH ?' H J 'VU ' 'i. u ''; v 'm "--j &-r , m . , K '' ' V'"'" ',-.- ' " '. r'i7.VA" t 85S ' , l ' r I, .;' f v j - - v Tf fe m.- ,. r - i V-"' i,;e. . ?'' L ' if" If . (i-T I. f A .--.v U I O I' If U Ato Rnns Oft Bridge Occupants Are Injured j Moody. Texas, July 9,Satur- 'day night a party consisting of J, A. Land, Tom Sumrall, Miss .Myrtle Thompson, Miss Marie Tilrs. E. B. Bridftcs and tier two ear old baby, was returning from Waco, when about two rnil'es from here, the car can off . the end of bridge and turned turtle, cutting Mr. Land's arm tiaclly and bruisine it. Mr. Sur- mall sustained painful bruises and two broken ribs. The wo- men were slightly bruised, while tlje qaby was scratched. The car was almost completely de- molished. Two tires, a storage batterty, toois and other articles, which were stolen from the car after the accident, have been re- covered. . - Waco-S....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 14 July 1916

i HfSl s'.amrwrrwrae "i-.iSl,yii,,'w ,; , j ?,& "Mi i (u ' JwLwi MHiMflk Announcements ' f i. '- '. 0 To Our Friends tfhe Tribune is authorized to make the 'following, announce mwmm A &4' I, 'U R- , '& "TKo 7fSTV Jlfl I tnrknu knows his ""w"6 i ? r arrnnnT i.v .SHiHtiiiiYi icji his home. Bank .your i( ' Every man, who Is worth calling a MAN, has a hoime for his family, and himself. But some men are ' thoughtless and have not protected their home. Is "your-home protected against adversity? ,v ' o A, BANK ACCOUNT Is the best safeguard 'for, your 'C 'borne. Star.t one TODAY. ;.!. , Put YOUp money In OURUjdrik. ' . v . .. FIRST NATIONAL BANK , BARTLETT, TEXAS 22E5E.. $a fv First Baptist Church s v V4 ,4 splendid revival in progress; ''Christian people are. being bleas- ? ed and lost are being found. " "Several ha,ve been "received into h i.he church, Strong sermons by ?.;' Evangelist P. M. McConnell- and , "'soul stirring "music in solo and m chorus led by J, D. Rankin, '' ;...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 21 July 1916

' " 'V ' l.' f , Wi fi- i'' utlltll 1F&' '( AND NEWS &$. P. CATES, Editor And Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY. JULY 21, 1916. $1.00 Year. VOL. XXXI. No. 8 m Etibnm Iff- v ft -.. v f M ? 9 ., I :uw ; ; Y"tf. i-1 r, i ? ?;: 0$. . s , i iv lit' ' T i, t 'tt I : -' WHERE YOU CAN VOTE TO-MORROW M', To-morrow is election day and o vcijr ijuuiiiicu ruv" oiiwuiu w- ercise his right of suffrage, and Hit order to assi.-t those in this iprecirict. the Tribune takes this '' method of informing those con- cerned that the voting places will i he as follows: , On the Bell County side In .the rear of the building occupied )y P. H. Leslie. On thd Williamson County side .', In Jas. C. Laughhn's office. i ' The law provides that precinct 'conventions shall be held at the s. several polling places between i, ? the hours of 10 a. m. and 6 p.m. 'i for the purpose of electing dele gates to the county conventions, ' which will in turn elect delegates 'tifa the state convention...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 21 July 1916

fwmWd .. u , 'W w W n iS a To The Voters of Williamson County Finding it impossible to get over Williamson County and eeo each voter personally, I desire in closing my campaign to reach through publicity those whom I have been unable to meet. I ask you to consider this summary of my qualifications before you cast your vote for County Superintendent next Saturday. I. SCHOOL TRAINING. 1. Attended rural schools as a boy. 2. Graduated from High School. 3. Received my first training for teaching in San Marcos State Normol School for teachers, 11 years ago, 4. Continued my studies in Southwestern University. II. EXPERIENCE AS A TEACHER. 1. Began teaching in a one-teacher rurd school ten years ago, 2. Advanced to a three-teacher rural school. 3. Was then elected Principal of Georgetown High School which position I held four years and which I declined for fifth year at an increased salary to seek advance- ment as County Superintendent of Williamson County. 4. Have tauchtsn two Williamson Co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 21 July 1916

n i it Speech of H. B. Terrell Opening His Campaign for Re-election, Second Term, as State Comptroller AT ROCKWALL, TEXAS, JUNE 24th, 1918 0' :? WJ.W w Kt-tBBajyjBIMLl iV-vJHKSFwhii ' Khi5 JHJ 3 JoBjuTMLnK SKyMSK M7 rv h - r 14" ' r? f In my campaign for the office of Comptroller ef Public Accounts, two years ago, I pledged my best efforts toward u business administration of ff hi fhatj most important of State Offices. Ifif ,To my mind the Comptroller's of- nee is uie most important omcc 01 uu the State Departments at Austin, It Is the eleurlng house of the people f Texas,- tho business office of the State , through which every transaction of u financial character must finally pass. The men 'charged with the duty of collecting tho taxes levied to support the Government must report to the mptrollcr'H Department monthly, once every twelve mouths mulce annuul settlement witli the Stute. ebe accounts must bu checked ant! dlted bv thu Department over which lifivi tlio lifitint in iin.sti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 21 July 1916

"W t..;rr.w ..KMWK.M - IkWl C. t- th It a falls County for McCullough MQOREVILLE CLUB Wi Ci'KUfcfHttrlok Wi T.:Wlins .J. D. Hamilton G, H. VerlrijJ lit A. Krauso H. Hlfft Pearl Martin A. F. Kcson Flont Hlbier J. W. Dunlap J. F. Hnckctt C. F. Kllgore Andrew Hubcl Lee Trench J. D. Nix M. C Mnrkum Evnld Tummelt B. J. W. Cain Gus Wedemeyer Adolph Kcorth E. T. Wiggins Albert Krentz B. F. McGlothlin E. H. Mascrum W. H. Mcrritt Boyd Nix J. R. Etheridtle E. G. Prize L. D. Fnrrar W. B. Hunt J. R. Sutfm E. H. Kcorth Rufus Byrd Jno B. Jenkins C.C Conner A. L. Nix B. T. Green Otlo Marstnllcr R. E. Hawkins H. S. Jones T. R. Durord W. L. Ream f T. T. Moore R. W .Poor -W., R. Daniel ft . iM, D. R. Reeser JoWcdemoyec.v' W-' W. J. Jenkins .v-;r' ' August Kcntz Herman Kcntz Clias. Keller G. L. Williamson P. V Purczlnsky . ' J. W. Hollander . Charles Mcrstallcr Ike Flowers Edgar Mnrstaller ' , A. L. Lcdbetter N. B. Mnrstolle J. M. Hnmilton B..C. Schwank Wm H. Hcnkel i J. M. Bowman ' W. R. Curry W. W, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 21 July 1916

t frr I m i l' It- Mfctl. irv i,i m: m. if . bv i . fi ITfh W, s V P ,WT J. I . ' If 4.' fob f. ROMS GRANTED IN BELL COUNTY. OLD SETTLERS REUNION JULY 31. Precinct One. , Belton, Texas, July 12. The commissioners' court granted in Drecinct 2, for Commissioner v Vernon, a road connecting the Ghent-Pecan school house road with the Tate-Haase road. This! rcadway begins at the southeast corner of the Ghent and G. Voight farms' the J. M. Tate and Frank Wendler and the Tate and Sturms places. A change was granted in the Ford-Lindemann road from Hol- land to the Salado-Bartlctt road, The change begins at the north- east corner of McCullough place and extends via the W. L. Arm- strong hedge to the T. B. Benson place. A jury of view was choosen for the road petition for begin- ning at the John Hunt place, on the Alligator and Bartlett road and connecting with the Alligat- or and Fowler's gin road. Mem- bers of the jury of view are E. M, Messer, Dock Keeton, F, A. ,v jjimmur, tjruyer milium a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 21 July 1916

Tribune fcii-o" And News M fr ft . ' O.,. & a w : i- FRIDAY. JULY 21. 1916 Don't forget the precinct con- ventions to-morrow. Some men are thrown in the shade and others stand in their own light. In building castles in the air be careful that you don't find yourself in a hole instead. Meanwhile the big, ripe, juicy watermelons continue to roll into town by the wagon load. If you fail to go to the polls to- morrow and vote, don't kick if the election doesn't go to suit you. , Those who criticize Ferguson most would citicize any other governor, no matter what his course might be. Go to the polls to-morrow and vote for .Tno. D. Kobtnson for congress, and you will have done your duty toward your home man who is worthy and qualified. They were here Wednesday '"in the name of submission," and under the cloak of Chris- tianity, but the epithets they ap- plied to Gov. Ferguson caused us to think they had forgotten their holy (?) mission. Oh. con- sistency, thou art a jewel I It ought to...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 21 July 1916

,-p i ' It Jti A Most Remarkable White Wear Sale i- . . I 'JET XT?! Wftftfl5'$r im 7 I iH" Si. r Hft flv ?y The World Holds Nothing Better than a modern, thoroughly equipped farm run on a strictly scientific basis and It's smiles are always kindly for the successful toiler in It's Great Out-Of Doors. A BANK ACCOMNT is the latest farm equipment and one I which the up-to-date farmer cannot afford to be without. We earnestly solicit your account, Mr. Farmer, ane you're always welcome at OUR BANK. Bartlett State Bank J. T. STEWART, Cashier. Bartlett, Texas. LOCALS and PERSONALS Miss Af ton Leatherman is the guest of Miss Erin McDaniel in Waco this week. Herbert Bozeman returned to Ft Worth Saturday after a most pleasant visit to relatives here. Vote for John C. Duffy for Public Weigher, Granger yard. Pol Ady. Aubrey Rudasill made a busi- ness trip to Austin yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Patts are visit- ing in Rosebud this week. . Vote for Jno. C. Duffy for Pub- lic Weigher, Granger, Yard-Adv...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 21 July 1916

v; a t ,lto c- K'is' 9 9 WE SELL HEALTH m It may sound a bit startling, but it is true. We have the remedies for correcting slight ail- ments and preventing serious sickness. By a judicious use of these expensive remedies you retain your robust health and vitality, and at the same time prevent the expense and worry incident to poor health. A dollar's worth of prevention is worth a hundred dollars worth of cure. Ljeatkerman JLJrug V-o. LOCAL GOSSIP Mr. Charley Lindemann of Runnels county is here on a visit to relatives. Robt Speigelhaur and family returned the past week from a visit to relatives in Runnels county. , Don't forget the old reliable- Jim Izard when you need feed or wood, Will Cameron and family of Lampasas were here the past week visiting relatives. Lawrence Bros have some of that 10c oil for sale. Frank Lindemann attended a picnic at Killeen last Saturday. Bran, shorts, corn chops, maize chops, chick feed, rock salt, etc., at The Gersbach- Wacker Co. Messrs W. W. Walton...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 21 July 1916

k ' THETTULI Holland. TM Thursday May 31, 1973, Church Calendar FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Rev. William Ilorick, Pastor Communion Meditation: "For the Glory of God." Morning Worship Service 9:30 Sundny School -- 10:30 Third Sundav Service at B 1 H H K 11 7TTT jh'iiu i. K'Way Rest Home, 3 p. m. CHURCH OF CHRIST Ed Wilke, Minister Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Worship Service 11:00 a. m. Evening Service 6:00 p. m. , BRETHREN CHURCH Rev. Jesse Skrivanck (Each Second Sunday - Wor- ohip Service 10:45 a. m. Sunday School 9:30 a. m.) Otherwise Sunday School each Sunday, 10:00 a. m. CENTRAL CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev. W. M. Feay, Pastor Worship Service 11:00 a. m. Sunday School 10:00 a. m. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Bev. Isaac Butterworth, pastor Sunday School: 10 A. M. Worship Service: 11 A. M. Tamily Bible Study: 6 P. M. Evening Worship: 7 P. M. Wednesday Prayer Service: 7 P. M. First Sunday in the month: Service at K'Way Kare Rest Home at 2:30 P. M. ST. JOHN LUTHERAN CHURCH FRIDAY, JUNE 1: 6 p. m. Wed...

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