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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 24 December 1885

A - i : i- Truth FHEY - : - ALWAYS - : - I EAD ! a View of Making some Slight Changes in our Business , we Offer our STOCK LADIES' CLOAKS AND NEW MARKETS ! AT ACTUAL COST FIGUR 11 ! Catch ! We Mean Jui ay ! < We carry the Stock for the people ! We make Prices to please the people ! And we want the people's trade ! Ii I i 14 POUNDS GRANULATED SUGAR : $1 00 Everything in the Grocery Line at 8 POUNDS DIUVOHTII COFFEE $1 00 15 POUNDS WHITE EXTRA " ( T SUGAR 1 00 1G POUNDS DRIED APPLES 1 00 20 POUNDS NEW YORK BUCKWHEAT FLOUR. 00 LOWER - PRICES ! 15 POUNDS NEW PRUNES 1 00 8 POUNDS ARBUCKLE'S COFFEE 00 14 POUNDS NEW DRIED PEACHES 1 00 8 POUNDS MCLAUGHLIN'S COFFEE 00 ' THAN ANY HOUSE IN THE REPUBLICAN VALLEY. 14 POUNDS NEW CURRENTS 1 00 W. H. HAYDEN are Agents for Butterick's Paterns , and carry a Full and Complete Assortment. Be sure and see us before buying elsevrliere. Corner Main and Dennison Sts. 7 C. K. LAWS ON , DEALER INE . , * ' - * y ! - - f liZi-veritf * * ? ! * ? ! fyHtfxK . ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 24 December 1885

Holiday upplemenl MEEKY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR HER CHRISTMAS BALLS/ ' - Well , what difference would it make ? One might as well be happy while one could , and who wouldn't have been happy , blissfully , radiantly , divinely happy with that dear oldDanube waltz throbbing on the perfumed air , with his dear arms around one , his tender eyes smiling , his breath waving the fluffs of shining hair , his lips whisper ing the dearest and the sweetest love words that were ever listened to by mortal woman ? Ah if it could only last forever ! If they could but float on if the music would never cease if there was no past no future if there was nothing but music and Hal and herself if life could only end while one was happy if and the waltz was ended , and she raised her eyes to his with a smile and a sigh. "Come , sweetheart , it is almost time for me to go. Say good-bye to me in the dear old library ; " and she let him lead her away though she knew that her mother was watching with ang...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 24 December 1885

( . HURRAH FOR THE HOLIDAYS. Santa Glaus and the Mouse. One Christmas Eve , when Santa Claus Came to a cert&in house. To fill the children's stockings there , He found a little mouse. "A merry Christmas , little friend , " Said Santa , good and kind. "The same to you , sir , " said the mouse. "I thought you wouldn't mind If I should stay awake to-night And watch you for awhile. " 'You're very welcome , little mouse , " Said Santa , with a smile. And then ho filled the stockings up Before the mouse could wink From too to top , from top to toe , There wasn't left a chink. "Now they won't hold another thing , " Said Santa Claus , with pride. A twinkle came in mouse's eyes , But humbly ho replied : "It's not polite to contradict , Your pardon I implore. But in the fullest stocking there I could put one thing more. " "Oh. hoi" laughed Santa. "Silly mousel Don't I know how to pack ? By filling stockings all these years I should have learned that knack. " And then he took the Blocking ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 24 December 1885

T THE OLD AND NEW. A CHRISTMAS STORY. "Here , Nora , throw these branches out on the street , we must not litter the room , " and Mrs. Loring handed Nora , her upper servant and faithful friend , two small branches which had been cut off the great Sunday-school Christmas tree which they were trim ming. Nora was a kind and loving soul , and when Mrs. Loring handed her the branches of pine she ran down the stairs and out on the sidewalk , think ing that it was a pity to throw those beautiful branches away. A ragged , dirty girl was standing at the chapel door , looking curiously in ; she had a hardened , wicked look , and when Nora appeared in her pretty , dark dress and apron trimmed with rick-rack , the girl made a face at her. But Nora saw below the dirt and ugli ness , be y the hard crust of hateful rebellion , into the heart which God loved and for which Christ died. "Would you like these branches for a Christmas tree ? " she said. "Here is a quarter to buy something to trim them...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 24 December 1885

New Year Bells. Now from every tower and steeple Clan ? the bells with a gladsome sound , Showering down on the hearts of the people The tidings glad of a year-new found , illng away sjrrow and pain and care. Demons that brood o'er the lives of men. Let not the sound of a world's despair Fill our hearts with a deeper pain. Welcome and greetings ; O ! new born year , With thy fair white page on which to write The manifold changes that greet us here. Which our hearts in sorrow or joy invite. Write them down with a golden pen , Blessings many and joys a few. Seek thy thoughts from the hearts of men , Who have dared to do rlxht and lived to be rfrue. Set thylhand to redress each wrong , And never faker In doing right , If to help a fallen comrade along. Or do each duty with all thy might. Duties will come with every day. Scorn them not if they seem but small. From God no action is hid away. And He a recompense llnds for all. So write thy deeds with a go'den pen. Write them down for the ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 31 December 1885

* * * * ' " - . s - \ , i IV. MeCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , DECEMBER 31 , 1885 NUMBER 31. SWEET MUSIC FOR THE ECONOMICAL ! DOLLARS SAVED ! ! McCracken , .The Jeweler ! NOW OFFERING B \\K- \ \ Watches , Clocks I \ My Stock is Full and Complete , Embracing Everything New and Novel in THE JEWELRY : LIN tJ AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT OF SILVER AND PLATED WARE The Finest in the West , and at Prices that Can't be Beat in this Country. I ALSO HAVE A 'FINE LINE OF BOOKS At Half Price ! Well Bound , Finely Printed and Make Handsome Gifts. Dickens , 15 Vol. , $9.75. Irving's Works. 10 Veil. , $0.50. Eliot's Works. 8 Vol. , less than $ G. Hundreds of others in proportion. Single books , 45c , to G5c. These'.prices can't be beat. I AM ALSO WESTERN AGENT FOR West Sei POSSESSING ALL THE NEWEST AND MOST VALUABLE IMPROVEMENTS , THE . ROYA ' . IS THE PERFECTION OF SEWING MACHINES. And it is tiie Very Macliine You Want. . r l'i ' BE SURE TO SECURE A CHANCE IN THE GRAND > HOLIDAY ' F...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 31 December 1885

i-- - , f < THE TRIBUNE. F. M. & E. M.-K1MMEM , , Pubg. KcCQOK , : : : : NEB NEWSOINEBEASEA - _ isAND SCHOLARS. Stat School Superintendent Jones has appor tioned school monies of the state to tin several counties as follows : Whole No ofchlldren . 233233 Amount apportioned. . . . . . . . 8 245 992 75 Fractional remainaer. . . . . . . . . . . . . - 253 12 Rate per icholar. . . . 10557 MISCELLANEOUS STATE MATTERS. ' THE Douglas county superintendent of poor is giving alms each week to about 300 people. The poor are getting thicker as the weather grows colder. FRANK W. WHEAT , of Pawnee county , has just been turned over to the tender mercies of the warden of the penitentiary for one year. He played forger. FRANK KRUEGCR , of Lincoln , only twenty years old , has become insane and been given a place In the state asylum. THE Nebraska commandery of the Loyal Legion of the United States was formally organized at the Paxton house in Omaha last w eek. Gen. Hancock , the commander- in...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 31 December 1885

ANXIOUS FOR HIS SCALP. 33io Fcelinq of Indignation Against Land Commissioner Sparles. Rapid City ( Dak. ) dispatch : The feeling of indignation caused by tho disastrous rulings of Land Commissioner Sparks is very strong in this part ol the country , and prevails among the entire people. Politico is entirely lost sight of , and democrats as well as republicans denounce the course of the commissioner in unmeasured terms , and unite iu the hope that he may not long ptain a position in which ho has eh JnVx himself so capable of working injury and mischief to the frontier. His construc tion of the law , debarring land claimants from making , commutation proof upon homesteads after having proved up on pre emptions , has given rise to a great deal of confusion , and loan , agents who have here tofore been ready and willing to furnish money for such proofs now absolutely re fuse to do so. Some even refuse to loan money on first claims on account of the ruling lately promulgated that the sec...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 31 December 1885

, C fie F. M. & E. M. KIMMELL , Editors and Publishers. Official City and County Paper. THEY have introduced a new phase into Hitchcock count'journalism The Torpedo vice The Central. " " THE Christmas issue of the Hastings Gazette-Journal is a most creditable pa per , and shows that the Journal has -fallen into' enterprising and energetic hands. THE New Tecuinseh , published at Gand } ' , Sherman county , Kansasis , one of the late additions to our exchange list. It is a fair exponent of the little burg it represents. TiiE Railway News , under the nian- agement of D. W. Young , is a late journalistic effort. The News is what its name implies and favors "fair wages and honest work. " It is issued from Omaha. THE only bill which had passed both houses of congress , at the time of the holiday adjournment was that granting Mrs. Grant a'pension of $5,000 per an num. Congress again assembles Jan uary 5th. COMMISSIONER SPARKS has been t charging around , reccntty , in the gen eral'land...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 31 December 1885

BOO KS mEUE MILLIO N Complete Novels and Other Works , by Famous Authors , Almost Given Away ! . i.ul.llthcj la neat pamphlet form. ro iyr of them hmndnonirlr IHunlriiUd , n4 ll we prlnt Tl t followine ! book * rr | MI iu m ; § ' ( * * * * r -j * * * - - * j - - "i . ood trpcupoti nood paper. TUey trcal of a grcal varitly of .ui.jc.rt. . ami we lUmk no oue can ex.miut the h ° ui mKu""mii luaur tif.l he or ilia irouU like W poise. . . In clgtli-lwauJ furm thcM bovlu lull coil 1.W Kach iMolk U complete In iuclf. l.TIie Widow ItcJwtt i'apen. Thii Ii 1C. Attlie World'uMcrcy. A Sovel. By Floreuca r wtich jwir nriu.lii.utl.cfii Uu hrd till tlwj ali.il , u4 WiirJin. uulhor of "Tue lluu.e on tb iUrih. " etc. . . J.OVOU the I > aoJl- U it ju.l M funiir to < 1 > X ' U < * cr * * K. Mildred Trovunlun. A By t. Funcr Work for Home Adornment , an en- c ? . auiliur of Hi.Ilia : u. " tic. tlrelr lirw work niwu iul wi'jjwt. couuiuinj eaijaud 1H. DurL Unja. A ovcl. lijr Ungll Can-ray , au...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 31 December 1885

THE H'COOK TRIBUNE. SUPPLEMENT. McCOOK , NEB JIOUS'EHOIiD HINTS. Slain on cups and saucers may ti removed by rubbingwith ashes. When sponge cake becomes dry it is .nice to cut in thin slices and toast. / If ntitmecs are ejood when pricked : wilh a pin , oil will instantly ooze out. To remofre mildew , soak Jn butter milk and spread ou the grass in the sun. sun.Boiled Boiled starch can be much improved by the addition of a little sperm or a little salt , or both , or a little dissolved gum arabic. ' Never put salt iuto soup when coolc- 'injr till it has been thoroughly skim med , us salt prevents the scum from rising. If mattings , counterpanes or bod- spreads have oil spots on them , wet with alcohol , rub with hard soap , and then ricse with clear , cold water. A liquid black lead for polishinc staves is made by adding to eacli pound of black lead one gill of tur pentine , one gill of water , and one ounce of sugar. To keep insects out of bird cases tie up a little sulphur in a bag...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 31 December 1885

Thursday , December 31.1885. CONGllEGATJONAL.-Sumlay School nt 10 A. M. every week. Prcnchinsr services every Sunday nl ht at 6:30 M. T. Also , every alter nate Sunday morning- Hi M. T. Exceptions to the nbave will he noticed in locals. \N , Pastor. . , ftME' ? 2ISTSorvic < ' 8 every Sunday atliT , Jft1 ! 7 ? Mm ° untaln time. Sumlay School fc.p. M. The services and Sunilny school win he held for the future In the noVr church. All are cordially invited. Seats free. W. S. WHCKUJR. Pastor. EPISCOPAL. Services lathe Opera Hull the first and third Sundays , mornlnjrand evening , ot each month. J. A. FDI.FOIITH. Hector. CATHOLIC. Services will be held in the church once every four weeks. THOMAS CULT.KN. Pastor. ' W/C. T. U. The ? W. a T. U. will moot In the Bnadinff Room every Wednesday afternoon at a o clock. M. T. The Hand of Hope will meet In the Itendinfr Uooin every Saturday after noon at 2 o'clock , mountain time. McCOOK LODGE A. V. & A. M. llcsrular meetings , Tuesday night...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 31 December 1885

[ HE HOME THAT IS HAPPIEST. Our burdens are lightened That many hands bear , And pleasure are brightened That many hearts share ; And the home that is happiest Brightest and best , Is where they all labor , And where they all rest. . "Where no careworn father The brunt of work bears , 'Where no gray-haired mothe. " Is burdened with cares ; "Where no tired elder slste ' Is helper alone , 'But each one is busy Till all work is done. Then mother has leisure To laugh with the girls , She shares all her secrets , They smooth her soft curls ; And deck her with blossoms , And fondly declare That never was mother So winsome and fair. And father is jolly ; Uis stories and fun Are the life of the household He has not a son "Who does not think father Knofrs best and is best. And would not work double That he might take rest 80 helping each other In labor or play , In happiness ever The years pass away ; For pleasures are brightest That many hearts share , And burdens are lightest . That many h...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 31 December 1885

SOCIAL POSITIONS OF WOMEN. How StrlctNotlons ofEtlrjuctto Inter ferewith Uuslncss In a Dry Goods Store. A lady with heightened color and angry eyes swept into the privato office of the proprietor of a big retail store on Fourteenth street the other day , with th < j complaint that one of the saleswomen had treated her rudely. The merchant smiled wearily , and , promising to inquire into the matter , bowed the .lady out. "lbfr , there's a case in point , ' said the merchant to an inquiring visitor. "It may throw some light upon the subject of your errand the insolence of clerics. Here , John * ' to a porter "ask Miss Black to come up. " presently a well-appearing but tired looking .salesgirl came into the private ofliec. The merchant's face was like a , stone. "Well , Miss Black1" ' and life voice was like the cold gray day out of doors "what is this complaint I hear about you ? " "Mrs. Brown ? A lady in sealskin ; auburn hair ? " asked the girl in a slow , even voice. The merchan...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 31 December 1885

THEY - : - ALWAYS - : - LEAD ! With a View of Making some Slight Changes in our Business , we Offer our LADIES'.CLOAKS AND NEW MARKETS ! AT r ACTUAL COST FIGURES ! This is no Catch ! We Mean Jus LI ay ! We carry the Stock for the people ! We make Prices to please the people ! And we want the people's trade ! I 14 POUNDS GRANULATED SUGAR $1 00 Everythingin the Grocery Line at 8 POUNDS DIMVORTII COFFEE § ] 00 15 POUNDS WHITE EXTRA "C" 'SUGAR 1 00 16 POUNDS DRIED APPLES -1 00 20.POUNDS . NEW YORK BUCKWHEAT FLOUR 1 00 LOWER - PRICES ! 15 POUNDS NEW PRUNES 1 00 ' COFFEE 1 00' 14 POUNDS NE\V 8 POUNDS ARBUCKLE'S \ DRIED PEACHES 1 00 i/ - , , # 8 POUNDS MCLAUGHLIN'S COFFEE 1 00 THAN ANY HOUSE IN THE REPUBLICAN VALLEY. 14 POUNDS NEW CURRENTS 1 00 W. H. HAYDEN are Agents for Butterick's Patems , and carry a Full and Complete. Assortment. Be sure and see ITS before buying elsevdiere. Corner Main and Dennison Sts. C. K. LAWSON , EDEALER IN5 11 CQ CQO i - 1 rv E- td. o td.3 -3 < td CQ ,5 , { ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 7 January 1886

S ' ' ' 77 ! < - MNHBBMtotttei. ' - , . , . . . - _ * * - t "ft VOLUME rv. McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , JANUARY 7 , NUMBER 2. C. K. LAWS ON. -DEALER IN = 1 v -r v SHELF AND HEAVY f T JWrffc Piifl nVrr T - C * t.W a V J aff * tmmfit\m \ \ fm\\ \ WE * V tfi > - Stoves and Tinware , BARB WIRE , STUDEBAKER WAGONS , PLOWS , Etc. McCOOK , NE.BRASKA. mi TITS I irtlii did not purchase a Manufacturers old stock of clothing , but are able to show your- i3 self and family one of the Finest Lines of Men's , Women's and Children's "fNEW CLOT : T SW NOTIONS ! HATS , CAPS , AS ! ) LADIES FINE SHOES , EVER We want to make your acquaintance. "We will make prices that will YOU ! "THE MOST GOODS.OF THE BEST QUAL - ITY FOB THE LEAST MONEY , " IS OUR MOTTO. L. MAN & SON , MeCOOK NEB.- I PATE BLOCK , , DIRECTORY. UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE McCOOK , NEBRASKA. a. L. LAT73 , Esictcr. 0. P. SAECOCS , Eeesiver. OFFICIJ HOUKS : From 9 A. M. to 12 M. , and 1 to 4 L' . 3t. , mounta...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 7 January 1886

THE TBIBUNE. IT. M. E. M. K1MMEI.I. , Fubi. McCOOK. : * : : : NEB NEWSOFNEBBASKA A CURE FOR Hoo CnoLEiiA. There was ft lively party ol gentlemen in the smoking- car of ' .Omaha bound B. & M. train last evening. Some of them were merchants , while several were stock-growers. Their conversation first turned upon the year's financial successes and the prospects' for 1880. Some appeared satisfied with the last twelve months' labors , while others felt considerably downcast , over their losses with no immediate hope of retrieving them. There were two or three hog breeders and k raisers in the party. Their plaints were caused by the loss of their stock from cholera. "I will tell you , " said James Tate , "of a. cure that for me has never failed on my own drove of swine now num bering between 200 and 300. I have never lost one. My neighbors have come to mo to save their stock and with , a , few ex ceptions my efforts have always been 8Ua , cessful. If you will give me 75 cents for al' ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 7 January 1886

* . * A RR A tfGE&CENX Of CO3OIITTEES * VTho Will Serve on tlie Standing Committees in the Senate. On agriculture and forestry , Messrs. Miller , of Ncxv York , ( chairman , ) Blair , Plumb , Van Wyck , Sawyer , George , Fair , Gibson , and Jonea of Arkansas. On appropriations , Messrs , Allison , ( chair- man. ) Dawes , Plumb , Hale , Mahone , Beck , ockrcll , Call , Gorman , and Logan. To audit and control the contingent expense * of the senate , Messrs. Jones , of Nevada , < chalrman , ) Chace , and Vance. On civil service and retrenchment , Messrs. Hawley , ( chairman , ) Dawes , Mitchell , of Penn sylvania , Miller , of California , Pike , Voor- hees , Walthall , Wilson , of Maryland , and Berry. On claims , Messrs. Pike , ( chairman , ) Hoar , Dolph , Spooner , Jackson , Fair , Jones , of Ar kansas , Gray , and Mitchell , of Oregon. On coast defenses , Messrs. Dolph , ( chair ' man , ) Cameron , Sewell , Hawley , Maxcy , Mc- 'Pherson , and Fair. v On.comrnercc , Messrs....

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 7 January 1886

F. M..E. M. KIMMELL , Editors and Publishers. Official City and County Paper. © PKKCH Of Honorable James Laird in the .House of Representatives , December 18,1885. * A Manly Defense of the Settler * Mr. Sparks Roughly Handled. The house having under considera tion the report of the committee on the revision-of the rules Mr. Laird said : Mr. Speaker" There is a .question of great moment to the country which T ' have the honor to represent and to the country west of tho Missouri river , and for that'in at tor to the entire country. On < thc 3d of April , 18S5 , the commis sioner ot' the general hind office issued the following order : SUSI'KXSION OK KNTIUE.S. Final action in this office upon all en tries of the public land ; ? , except private cash entries and such scrip locations as are not dependent upon acts of settle ment and civilization , is suspended in the following-localities , namely : All west of the first guide meridian west in Kansas. All west of range 17 west in Nebra...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 7 January 1886

_ jgyl Thursday , January 7,1886. CONG REG ATIOXAL.-Sunday School at In A.M. every week. Preaching services even Sunday nfeht at r:30 M. T. Also , every nla-f- imte bundiiy morning : r.t 11. M. T. Exceptionu to the above will bo noticed in locals. fr f JKOrtQK ] ) UKOAK , Pahtor. ry Sunday uth 0 A. M. and . p. 31. . mountain time. Sinidur achool ut 3 P.M. The Rcrvices and Sunday school will he held for flip future in tin ; new church. AH arc cordially invited. Scats free. A\f. H.ViK > ; tnit. Pastor. EPISCOPA I-ScrvIccK Inthc-Opcrallall thf first mm third Sundays. Jnorninsrnnd evening. of each month. J. A. Fui.voimr , Hector. CATIIOUC.-Serviccs will he held In th church once every four weeks. THOMAS CDIT.F.N % Pastor. W. C. T. U. The W. C ! . T. U. will meet in the KendinjrUoom every Wedncsdavafternoon nt 2 o'clock. M.T. TheDundor Hope will meet in the He diiifr Itoom evcrv Saturday after noon nt 2 o'clock , monntnm time. MeOOOK LODGE A. F. & A. M. Keirular meeting's. Tuesday...

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