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FOR EAF IE'-T PAYMENTS.
THE MASON & HAMLIN CO. now oiler to rent any one of
their famous Origins or I'iun s for three lnonlhs, ivin tlu; person
liirino; them full opjiort unity to test it thoroughly in his own home
kihI return if he does not longer want it. If lie continues to want it
until the a''ie'ate of rent pain amounts to the price of the instru
ment. It hkcomks his miopkktv wit a out mktiikr i-aymknt. Illus
tratel catalogue, with net prices tree.
Mason & Hamlin Org m and Piano Co
For Atrliiiison, St. Joseph. Leaven
worth, Kansas City. St. Louis,
ami all points nr -th. e:st
south or west. Tick
cts sold and bnff
S t a tes or
INFORMATION AS TO KATKS
Call at Depot or address
II, C. TOWNSF.NI,
G. I. A. St. Louis, Mo.
J. C. PllILLIPPI.
A. G. P. A. Omaha.
II. D. Apoar. Ajrt., Plattsmouth.
YOUNG MNfOLD MEN
BlT IB ink IUIL ur lit auriai nr
Taoy aarow noru o irs iDtm.i-,
SHAKE OFFTHE HORRID SNAKES
thcr cive up la a pair ana -n 1 ibw id wij
HUB NEW BOSK
1 t a limited l,e.pinJ
th pbiloupbyof DIku-
.a iiRirtiAM of thm
' unur TBFATMENT.
fcy methods excloll7 oor
lot or rilln Mnll.
emril and Mero um-
'I bilttr. VHMtn of
"( nd Mln. E8ct ol Error
ERIE MEDICAL CO. BUFF ALO.N.Y.
Chamberlain's Eye and Skin
A certain euro for Chronic Soro Eyes
Tetter, Salt Iiheum, Scald lie ad. Oh
Chronic Sores, Fever Sores, Eczema,
Itch, Prairio Scratches, Sore Nipples
and Pile3. It is cooling and soothing.
Hundreds of cases have been cured by
ft after all other treatment had failed,
It is put up ia 25 and 50 cent bases.
TVTE AT MAP-KET
F. II. FLLKNPAUM, Prop.
The l-st of fresli meat always found
in this market. isj irtn
Ktc and Putter.
Wild same of all kinds kept in their
mp SIXTH STREET
PUREST, MOST RELIABLE.
Ijold Kiruj (oletenjerry ofd soul;
Had lived in tfis great: age of olirs.
haVe called for BULL DURHAM
I 10 snoKe 17 i?J5 pipe,
And been njerrier linder its powers.
Thousands of Smokers
Millionaire in his palace,
Laborer in his cottage,
Swell on the street.
The Sailor on his ship,
Prefer Bull Durham.
Blackwell's Durham Tobacco Co.r
DURHAM, N. C,
Healthful, Agreeable, Cleansing.
Chapped Hands, Wounds, Burns, Etc
Removes and Prevents Dandruff.
rHITE RUSSIAN SOAP.
Specially Adapted for Use in Hard Water.
PO LiC WATER OR MtLK.
Labeled 1-2 lb Tins Only.
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toj 4!rui4.ry. cr kork. Write fr bouk uC prwtI IlLC
1 1 vriQ '". rir:nis $IS. V:m :i ijl s. catl'tnie
res Iati'l I;' Hcatly, wash
nlon N. J.
Te' roi is to; xieacoro
air to Its "5?titliful; Oolor-
uro MRjp ' 1 Jc hair tailing.
; Parker a (Tinier Tonio. . ti cur, tne vomI Oiwh,
,v.tk i.Hr.-. !.!ii:::v, Itiif;ntioo, intimcJUcts.
If IDERCCRMS. The only rorr euro fbr Conut
Fi nil vuiu. Uc m uiumm, or mmjvjL. at . x.
How Lost ! How Rogalned I
Or SELF-PRF.SKKVATION. A new and only
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rnYSICAL JEItILlTY, ERROKS of
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MATURE ieciiis, ana wisM'ts
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gilt; 125 invaluable pret)criptiong. Only $1.00
by mail, donbia sealed. Descriptive Proepoct-
cs witn enuorsemenis prpfi SFNll
of the Press and Toluntary hHk f Sfvw
tegtiiuonial of the cured. WUIT.
f'nn jnltminn in ixruon or bv mail. EiDCrt treat
ment. INVIOLABLE SECRECY and CER
TAIN Cl'RE. Adilrw lr. W. n. Parker. or
Tho Peabody Medical Institute, No. i Bulfinch St.,
The lVabody Medical Inntitute baa many imi.
The 8cinc of Life, or Self Preservation, U m
treasure more valuable than cold, lvead H now.
e-erv WEAK and NEllVOl'S man, and luarn to
be STRONG . Medical Veview. (CopynKMea
Saw. Yrompt, Toeta
Ttk ii Cure for lmPctm' Lota
L i I ' ( l or manitooa, asm mat
yZrf SSr- J E-n'ssions. Spermatorrhea,
L. - i il Herrcusnea. Self uistrutt.
L 1 .4 r.BU'. unu a STRONG. Vlnnr-
k ?! B r LOSS OT ttemoru, OtC. Ifni
c m . M m Ui I.
SrVTS irr", ous Ham. frto fl.VU, O
2 f 13 cores, j uu.
Cxr A with tnrM Bo. AdareMM
sex a LuoAaAvc
"BT. LOUIS. -
Ohoaii Mounted on cm Ira.
Lately Caji tino han leen viited by
mnio PiMHjks, or hohts, or FjM'cters, or
tometliin ,f that Kort. At least, Bev
jral rfpuAalilo eiLiziis so declare. On
;h-ir first App(ara:ice your com Hpondent
was iu Siin Franeiseo, and, of conre,
when told tf tlio ajipnrition, not having
:ouviiicing prpcf, rymairift'l eiknt, but
dii Saturday evening he saw with his
Dwn eyes the appuritioiiH, and this is j
wliat hu'saw: Five figures dash by oil
horselack at a nial pace; twy were fe
iiiale and three were males. Oijo of
the males, who evidently was the leader,
was a giant iu size and was mounted on
an immense cliaryer. He was dressed
iu martial array and was of commanding
mien. His companions I did not notice
bo closely, but they were all mounted on
Indian ponies, and, as near as I could
tell, his male companions wore no uni
form. The females had their long hair
flying wildly about their faces, but from
what glimpses I did get I should say
they were Indians or Mexicans. Several
others saw them, and some say they
gave unearthly yells or warwhoops
whenever they saw any one. This is
their second visit, and as yet no one is
ablo to explain the mystery.
Joe Kelly, an old settler, who resides
on Stevens creek, tells a legend about an
American soldier who was lured to his
death by a beautiful Indian maiden, the
daughter of a chief of a tribe which
once owned the country around Cujer-
tino. Mr. Kelly claims that these appa
ritions were often seen around here in tho
forties and early fifties and says their
present activity is caused by their rest
ing place being disturbed by some of
the buildings that have lately been
erected. In the fight that took place
when the soldier found he was betrayed
before the Indians killed him, two braves,
his treacherous sweetheart and another
Indian maiden met their doom; hence
the five specters that are now disturb
ing our peace. San Jose (Cal.) Mer
A Freak Egg.
Farmer Corseglia, of south Jersej', has
a rather neat thing in the way of freak
eggs, the production of one of his Cochin
hens. What the hen tried to do was to
lay two eggs at once, but she only par
tially succeeded. Having produced one
complete egg correct in size and shae.
she managed, in trying instantly to dupli
cate it, to inc lose it in a flexible sack of
semiopaque skin, which also contained
the complete yolk and white of smother
g. The effect was therefore that of a
hard egg and an egg that has been
dropped out of its shell, both inclosed in
a seamless bag about four inches long
and two inches wide.
After accomplishing this very unusual
feat Farmer Corseglia's Cochin hen
raised such a disturbance in order to
call attention to her achievement that
she was set upon by half the feathered
inhabitants of the ! yard and forced
to roost on the henl roof to escape
their jealous wrath. The row having
attracted a farm hand's notice, he in
vestigated the cause and the Cochin's
prize production was carefully placed in
a cigar box filled with bran and taken
to Farmer Corseglia. Philadelphia Rec
ord. The Fatal Thirteen.
Nov. 29, 1891, F. C. Cole, an old sol
dier, died at the county hospital. few
veterans went to the hospital through a
driving snowstorm to give him a sol
dier's burial. The ceremony was sim
ple and none but the -veterans were
present to do honor to the dead man.
As they left the cemetery a superstitious
comrade found that he was one of a
party of thirteen. He declared at once
that some one of the number would die
within the coming year. "I dont knw
who it will be," he said, "but the sign is
ertain." "I know," said Captain J. S.
Jones: "it will be you, Hall," and he
pointed to Lieutenant A. D. Hall. " Re
cently twelve of those who attended
Comrade Cole's funeral went, to Oak-
woods to lay away the body of nail.
Chicago Inter Ocean.
. .No Boom at Jerusalem,
The land speculation ' scheme which
was associated with the railroad project
jeems to have come to -grief, and the
iand boom near Jaffa and Jerusalem,
itarted a year or two ago, has collapsed.
rhere is much fertile land near Jaffa
ind on the plains of Sharon, and ' the
Jaffa oranges are in great demand, Jike
)ur Florida Indian river oranges, but so
many discouragements are thrown qyer
ill industrial enterprises by the Turkish
government, that while Palestine con
tinues under the control of that dog-in-;he-mange'r
power there is not much
prospect of any great amount of busi
oess development in that country.
Runs a Freight Train Without Rails.
A new way of railroading has been
started in this section. Jacksonville is
i email country town about ten miles
croin Eomer City and has no railroad.
A.n enterprising' farmer from near that
point, who owns a very good traction
jngine, has started a. train for the pur
pose of hauling freight to and from that
jlace. He leaves in the forenoon and
nakes the return trip in the afternoon,
rhe chances are the traffic will be heavy
jver his line all summer. Cor. Pitts
To Oppoae English .Lawyers.
A society has been formed in London
ander the title of the Witnesses Pro
motion society.. The objects of theas
Kxriation are to protect witnesses from
nsult by counsel, to put -the matter of
jontempt of court into the hands of a
jury, and to raise a fund to indemnify
xmtumacious witnesses from pecuniary,
bss, provided alwaj-s that the questions
;hey refuse to answer reflect upon their
lonor, and are at the same time irrel
)vant fo the issues of the case.
Look Out for a Sudden Change. . i
Now is the time when you should",
ivoid sudden changes of air. : Shut. .the;-,
jrindow before the street organist .fin- '
shes his operatic selection and com
nences "Annie Roouey." Boston Bul-etin.
A Medern Hero.
A sergeant of firo patrol in New York
city, John R. Vnughan, was present at
tho firo in the Hotel 'Ryl? - At a win
dow in we of the tipier stories was gat h
ered a group with anxious face a fat her.
mother and child waiting, jiei haps, tc
die together. .
At tho next window, in 'a adjoining
building, apearel a sergeant of our pa
trol. The distance wis,' too great "K
jeach. Without hesitation".' ho throw
himself down, resting oneurm upon the
sill and entwining his leg around a tele
phone wire, fortunately o.nveiiientlj
ne:ir; with his other urm, ono'by one In
conducted this group of three over hi:
prostrate bod-, as a bridge, to tho win
xlow of safety.
His work was not yet done, Ascend
ing to the roof he discoverwl a man
standing uiou the sill of a window in
another portion of the house, doubting
whether to meet death by jumping 01
wait to be overtaken by tho lire.
Shouting to him to wait and ho would
save him, Mr. Vaughan rushed to the
street, and calling upon his comrades to
follow ascended to tho roof of anothei
adjoining building; hastily throwing oil
his coat, his companions bedding him by
his legs, he threw himself head down
ward over the cornice, and with theii
assistance raised this man of over 2U1
pounds in weight to the roof. The res
cue was completed, these lives were
Mr. Vaughan was presented with a
gold medal commemorating his heroism.
And he richly deserved it. He was a
true hero, and none the less so that he
performed his deeds in the lino of his
duty. Christian at Work.
Pouud Fishing for S:u.
Late in April great schools of porgies
rush on tho southern New England
ocean coast, and for several .weeks al'
the fishermen from Stoiiington to New
port have the liveliest kind of work
tending their great pounds on the wild
shore. The fish usually appear lirst in
Rhode Island waters, in which state
they are called scup, and then the news
is flashed along shore to the Connecticut
fishermen. At oiu-e the lattrr begin to
set their pounds, for no time Ls to le lost
if money is to be made in scup fishing.
They erect a netted fence I n m the strand
straight into the ocean for many hun
dred rods, and at the end of the fence
set a great heart shaped pound, in which
the fish are captured. ,
A pound is a big and costly thing and
costs from $1,500 to :.5u0. . In the
height of the season 100 or more barrels
of scup are taken daily from each one of
the pounds along the Connecticut and
Rhode Island shores. In two weeks'
fishing at Quonochoutaug, a few miles
east of Watch Hill, Captain Andrew
Laugh ear took over 1,000 barrels of scop
out of his traps. Most other poundmen
have had almost equally good luck.
The fish are sold mainly in New York,
and in the rush of the season not less
than 1,000 barrels of porgies are shipped
thither each night by the big sound
boats from Stoiiington.
At first the fish fetch twelve dollars a
barrel, but the price drops rapidly as
soon as the fish become plentiful. Often
there is a glut in the market, and then
the price in the New York market is
not sufficient to pay the expenses of the
fishermen. Cor. New York Sun.
The Old Love AVas the New.
Last evening at the residence of the
bride's father, south of Crawfordsville,
occurred tho marriage of A. B. Rush,
aged about sixty years, and a resident of
Missouri, to Miss Emma Branch, no'
many years the bridegroom's "junioi
The couple were devoted lovers main
years ago near Alamo, but being
estranged by a quarrel Mr. Rush mar
ried another girl. His wife died last
summer and he lost no time in returning
from Missouri, where he had located,
and resuming his attentions to his old
love, who had remained single and who
seemed very happy to renew the old at
tachment. Mr. and Mrs. Rush will leave
in a few days for Missouri, where the
bridegroom has married children resid
ing. Indianapolis News. ,1
A Dust Storm at Sea.
The British ship Berean, which re
cently made the voyage from Tasnvmin
around Cape Horn to England, encoun
tered a remarkable but not unusual
phenomenon at 6ea, viz. , a storm of dust.
After crossing the equator she fell into
the northeast trade winds, and: when
about GOO miles west of the Cape de
Verde islands, the nearest land, the
Berean's sails and rigging were thinly
coated with a very fine powdery dust of
a dark yellow or saffron color, scarcely
discernible on or near the deck, but pro
fuse on the highest parts of the rigging,
60 that the sails appeared "tanned."
School and Home.
An Expensive Plaything.
A pet cat owned by a New York fami
ly is fond of expensive playthings. The
wife of its owner missed a $400 diamond
a few days ago, and after notifying the
police and advertising largely for it,
offering a suitable reward for its return,
the cat was found playing with it on the
floor. Whether the cat received any por
tion of the reward or not the papers
failed to state. Harper's Young People.
A Venerable Pedagogue.
Schoolmaster Johann Friedrich Schulze
has just celebrated at Pankow the seven
tieth anniversary of his wedding day.
Johann is ninety-two years old and his
wife ninety-one. The happy couple had
the good fortune to see around them,
participating in the' festivities of the
day, nine of their children, twenty-six
grandchildren and fourteen great-grandchildren.
Ex-Alderman George O. Fall, a luna
tic, escaped from the asyluni at Dan
Vers, Mass., just after midnight and had
walked twenty-five miles along lonely
roads' in a chilling atmosphere in his
night robe before he was captured.'
The walls of old Exeter castle, Eng
land, are crumbling. An inspection re
vealed the f act that millions of microbes
are gradually powdering away the stone.
Strang Fate of Large Family.
In tho history of wealthy families
nothing has been recorded more melan
choly in character than tho Ktrimgo fato
which has overtaken the widow of tho
founder of one of tho mt pronerou
firms in Paris and her sons and daugh
ters. M. Paris, ot, who started tho fa
mous drstjHtry and general outfitting es
tablishment of tho "Hello Jardiniere,"
died Home yearn ago, leaving a widow
and two young daughters. Mine. Paris
ot, after a duo jieriod of mourning,
married a M. Finance, by whom bho had
three sons Paul, Charles and Emile.
Afterward M. and Mme. Finance sei
arated, tho wife having charge of tho
children, five in number.
Alxmt live years ago the elder of the
two girls died, and was followed to tho
grave by her sister in the year 18H9.
Their fortune, inherited from their
father, M. Parissot, was left to their
stepbrothers, the Finances. Hardly luwl
Mme. Finance recovered from the shocks
caused by tho deaths of her daughters
than her eldest son, Paul, was drowned
in a shipwreck. This was too much for
the mother, who retired to her villa at
Neuilly and there died. There remained
then but Charles and Emile Finance, tho
inheritors of a largo fortune, but also of
an undermining malady, which they
knew full well would soon end their
They suffered, in fact, from blood
poisoning, and while awaiting their
doom led the lives of anchorites, and
busied themselves in works of charity.
Charles Finance died six weeks ago, and
his brother Emile has just joined him in
the tomb. Emile, who was only twenty
two years of nge, has left 1,800,000
francs, or 72,000 sterling, to various
charitable institutions. The remainder
of his fortune he divides in bequests.
Paris Cor, London Telegraph.
Fresli CiiciiiiiherH Are Healthy.
"Cucumbers are a greatly maligned
vegetable," said a man who insists ujoii
having vegetables freshly picked ever'
day from his own garden during the
summer. "They are considered by the
majority of persons to be unhealthy;
whereas if eaten within a few hours
after they are gathered they are, on the
contrary, very wholesome quite as
much so in my estimation as lettuce.
My family are all fond of them, and
partake of them freely throughout tho
season; but I should not allow them to
eat them at all, unless I was sure of
It is just that that makes all the dif
ference. My great-grandfather was halo
and hearty at ninety-one, and I remem
ber being told that his diet consisted
chiefly of cucumbers and tobacco. But
I won't recommend this menu as a rule
for old gentlemen; I only cite it to show
that my favorite vegetable has its sani
tary value in some cases." New York
A Summer Oirl.
She had been reading a lovely adver
tisement of a summer resort as the young
man sat by and listened.
"Didn't you ask me to marry yon,
Dick?"' the said, turning to him.
"I've asked you that forty times," he
replied in rather despondent tones.
"Do you really mean it?"
"Certainly I do," he asserted emphat
ically. "Then, Dick, we can only be friends;
at least, for the present. I wouldn't
think of really and truly engaging my
self to a man just at the opening of the
He looked very much hurt and it
"However, Dick," she went on kindly
"if you are still of the same opinion, say
in November, come around and wT'
talk it over." Detroit Free Press.
A Cautious Hero.
'Twas at the Sabbath school picnic.
Two maidens of uncertain ago wet
struggling in the water.
"Merciful heavens!" cried the pastor.
"Will no one save them? Is there n
swimmer among us?"
"Is there a jestice of the peace in tin
crowd?" asked Tattered Stuyvesant, thi
tramp, emerging from the bushes.
"I hold that office," answered a gentle
man. "But will"
"Well, then, ladies," shouted Tattered
Stuyvesant to the struggling maiden3,
"hold" up your hands and let the jestice
swear ye that I don't have to marrj
either of ye and I'll plunge in. Im heroic
but not foolhardy. This is leap yearl'
Tramped Forty-five Miles to Ite Married
George Gleskel and Lena Ash, an elop
bag couple from Waterford, Spencer
county, Kj, arrived at Jeffersonville,
Ind., recently and were married. The
couple tramped forty-five miles, and on
reaching here had six dollars, five dol
lars of which went to pay for the license
and magistrate's fees. So exhausted was
the bride that she could scarcely stand
when the ceremony was performed. They
left for the ferryboat, where she slept
until the steamer reached Louisville,
from which city they retraced their steps
to Waterford. Cor. St. Louis Globe
Democrat. Interested in a Re-election.
Mr. Wilson Noble, M. P. for Hastings,
will look forward to the result of the im
pending general election with a good
deal of personal interest. His father,
Mr. John Noble, who made more than a
million of money in the varnish trade,
left his son 0,000 a year so long as he
retains his seat in the house of commons.
If Mr. Noble does not secure a seat in the
house his fathers will directs that 2,000
Is to be deducted from his income for
every year he continues an outsider.
Spring Overcoat Weather.
Husbaud This is the most remarka
ole weather I ever saw in my life. It's
oeither blazing hot nor freezing cold
just right for a spring overcoat. Where
Wife Really I don't know. When did
you wear it last? '
Husband Let me see. It was that
warm, cold day we had in 1S5G. New
many womtl Buffer from Eacaaalv or
Scaat Meaatraation; thoy doa't knew
who to conftdo la to cot propor advlc.
Doa't confide In anybody but try
B radii eld's
Spaclflc for PAINFUL, PROFUSE.
SCANTY. SUPPRESSED and IRREGULAR
Book to "WOMAN" maild froo.
BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.. Atlanta, St.
Maid hf all
A. N. SULLIVAN.
Attorney Ht-I.aw. Will plv prompt attention
At all tiuxliieHN entrui-ted to Mm. oillee. lit
Union block, Kant Hide. l'laltKintiutli, Ne.li.
Lonstuntly keeps on hand cverythin
you need to furnish your house.
COltNKK SIXTH AND MAIN HTHEKT
I!.CT VATIflVAl ItAVW
OK PI.ATTHMOUTH. NKBKAHKA
Paid up capital $m,i,m
ri Uih very te1 faellltii for tlie protnp
train-action of llKillinatn
rltorkp. bonds, gold, government and local ne
nirltleH bought Stud aolil. OrpoHltx reelve
ind lliten-Ht allowed on tlifl certificate
Drafts drawn, available In any part of tli
Uiilti-d Slaten and all the principal towua c
TOI.LKirriONS MA UK, AND 1'UOMPTI.Y ItKMIl
dltilit si n.aiket price pid lor County Wai
rants, Hlale ana County bonda.
J i I H KCJTO KS
John Flt7!Krald I). HawkHwortb
Hani WaiiKb. V. K. Wlilte
lieorjre K. l)ovy
lohn Kttzferald, H. WrihIi.
W. II. CLTHHI.NJi,
J. W. JOHNHOi
-ooOT JErSL EOOO-
i PLATTSMOUTH NKIlifAHKA
Capital Paid in
F It fltitlmiaii. .1 W Johnson, R H Greu
- Henry Kikenbary, M W Morgan. J
A ( Oinior. W WHtenkhliip, VV
A ereiieral LaiiNiii'r busincHH trai
acted. Interent allowed on t
I. il- flUjXN-
Always Iuih on band a full stock
FLO UK AND FEED,
Corn, Hran, Shorts Oats and Hal
Hay for Hale an low as the low
and deliverer! to any part Ol 1
CORNER SIXTH AND VINE
PLACES OF WOKSHIP.
Cathoi.ii-. St. rant's Church, ak. betv
Fifth and Sixth. Father Cainey, Pa
services : iv'is HI n auu i" : a. n. oui
School at 2 :30, with benediction.
Christian. -Corner l.:unt arid Eighth
Services morning mid tvenlhp. Elder
Galloway pastor. Sunday School 10 A. M
Episcopal. St. Luke's Church, corner!
and Vine. ltev. H IS. ISu.peec. pat-tor. A
vices : 11 A. h. ai-d 7 mD p. i . sunuay c
at 2 :30 r
(tEkman AlKTHonisT. Jtrner Sixth Rt ,
and 7 :30 i m! Sunday School 10 JUA.y
Pkf.skvtpki an. Services in new church 'j
icr Sixth and Granite stf. IJev. J. T. H.
pastor. Sunday-school at 9 ; 31' ; Preat
at 11 a. m.atid 8 p. in.
i . I .1 , ' if ... ,11. Aluivnh ri w. , . g
J ne X. tt. a. V. r.. U IDI-IUHIUI mrr.ni
Sabbath evening at 7 :15 in the baseme
thechucrh. All are liiviiea to aiieuu i
Fikst MrTHOnisT. Sixth St.. bet wen M
and Pearl, ltev. i. r . Knit. u. it. v.
Serviceo : U A. M.. 8 :W P. M Sundays'
9:30 a. M. Prayer meetii g Wednesday t
Gkkman Pkkhbvtk.kian. Corner Maiijj
Ninth. Kev. Wltte, pastor. Services -hours.
Sunday school 9 :30 a. m. -
Swkp.dish CoNfiHFOATioNAi. Granltr
cn.nuiii raitist. Mt. Olive. Oak. beli
Tenth and Eleventh, ltev. A. BoiwelIl
"tor. Services ll a. in. ana 7 :ju p. m.
rneetinu Wednesday evening.
Vrwrtirz Mw'H fHRIftTlAW ASSOCIATE
Kooms in V atennan block. Main street.X
pel meetinp. lor men only, every nunaa
ternoon at 4 o'clock. Koora open weel
from 8:30 a. m.. to 9 : 30 p.m.
snt-TH Park Tabernacle. Iter.
Wood, Pastor. - Services. : Sunday B)
ioa. m.: Preaching, 11 a. m. and 8 I
prayer meeting Tuesday night ; cholri
tlce Friday night, All are welcome.