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H FIFTEENTH YEAR McCOOK RED WILLOW COUNTY NEBRASKA. FRIDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER 20. 1896. NUMBER 27 Hfl
H [ A GREAT OCCASION
Hff7 The Southwestern Nebraska Educational
B Association Meeting :
Hip IN McCOOK , NOVEMBER 26 , 2T AND 28
mJft An Interesting : Program of Pleasure
fcfel and Instruction Has Been Ar-
Hf ranged for the Three
Vj Days Session.
B. The Souths extern Nebraska Educa-
H tional association will hold a three days
H > session iu our city , next week , commenc-
K ing on Thursday evening and concluding
Hk on Saturday evening. An elaborate pro-
T gramme has been arranged for the occa-
B'y sion , and a number of notable persons iu
Tj / and outside of educational circles will
Bjs participate in the various , sessions of the
f i Arrangements are being made for free
hnl entertainment , and in ca * > e the attend-
7 \ auce reaches one hundred the railroad
H ) will make a rnte for round trip of one
\ and one-third fate.
Hi fkogkammh :
B Jj 1IIUKSDAY KVKKING , NOV. 2(5.
Hl 8o Music Selection
b 'jt lecture " 'Hie Greeny"
K Prof. J. W. Itowlus , Orleans.
Hl \ Music Selection
f * t IKIK.W MOKNING , NOV. 27.
H-p < tV0 Music Selection
Ki. 'K < ) History and the Tctching of History
RS/ | rof. K M. l'linji. State Uimerbity.
EjPt * < & ) History in Its Relationship to CitiVcnship. .
W > ' . ' I Ion.V. . S. Morl.in , I Ion. W.F. . Dale.
H A < c ) History in the llifh School
H < J James U. Fulk , Holdrejre.
V' | > < d > History in the Grammar Grade
kv4 \ Miss Lallj , Arapahoe.
B | \ ( e ) General Discussion
H j h Conducted hv Prof. F. M. Flinf , ' .
Bf FRIDAY Al-TjHNOON.
P YJ 'UO Music Selection
L PVj I'apcr The Trainim ; of Teachers
B M Mrs. Vatic Van Petten , Trenton.
Kj § | ) Discussion Principal A. C. Hart , FranMin
AV ( V THE H1G1E.NE OK THE TUIiLIC SCHOOL.
| & ' V ( a ) Address Dr. V. V. Gage , McCook.
H * ' - lb ) Physical Training and the Vital Organs. . .
& - _ ; . . Principal W.J. Dobson , Indianola.
R \ < c ) The Intellectual Side of Physical Training.
Hl V Miss Sadie Campbell , Franklin.
Hk ? ? . ( d ) General Discussion
BK 4 Sn > Music Selection
R. Address Chancellor Macl-ean , State University
F\i S "iVtW.fi W MORNING , NO2S. .
f 9:00 : Music
Bwi Paper t Nature Study
B m Supt. K. M. Hussong- , Franklin ;
V * % ] V Supt. A. O. Thomas , Mindcn.
V r Paper School Museums
pi Principal Thomas Scott , Curtis.
K'w ' r General Discussion..Conducted by Supt. Hussong ;
K at ii o Business meetinir
ftSlPv SATURDAY AFTERNOON.
B , ! r i jo Course of Study .State Supt. Corbett , Lincoln
K / Discussion G. W. Sampson , Alma
lr J and Supt. James Reynard , Benkelman.
ft \ SECTION MEETINGS.
BaS. > County Supts. State Supt.Corbett , I'residing.
IS1) ) Supts. and Princs. Supt.Thomas , Presiding.
H&r > rKOGKAMME.
K * S I (1) What is the function of the teachers' meet
ing ? (2) "What may be done in these meetings
for professional advancement of the teachers ?
1 Committee J. O. L3neCambridge , A. R. Daugh-
erty , Culbertson , Fred Downing , Beaver City.
II. ( i ) Should we make an effort to secure a State
\ Normal Training School of more ready access
to the teachers of the western portion of the
state ? If so , what steps should be taken to se
! cure it ?
Committee G.W.Sampson , Alma.Wm. Valentine ,
McCook , G.W.Coleman , Arapahoe ,
ltural and Grade Teachers Mrs.Watie Van Pet-
ten , Trenton , Presiding.
7:30 Address. . .Subjects and Objects of Instruction
' State Superintendent H.R.Corbett.
_ . j To Subscribers of The Tribune.
JF j \ Readers of The Tribune will please
H& > remember that cash is an essential in
, V the publication of a paper. The pub-
has been very lenient during the
past few years , ou account of crop fail
ures and hard times , and as a consequence
rlisher many hundreds of dollars are
due on subscriptions. We are now com
pelled to request all who can to call and
make settlement in full or in part. In
view of the facts , our subscribers must
feel the justice and urgeucy of this re
quest. The Publisher.
J. B. Meserve , state treasurer , lias
whiskers that Peffer might look upon
with envy. If pops are successful two
years from now that man will slip into
the United States senate as easy as fall
ing out of a tree. Bixby in Lincoln
December Term Annuled.
Judge Norris has annuled the Decem
ber term of court for this county. He
may call a term for February , about the
Sth of the month.
Dwelling house , 710 Madison street
B -4 Inquire of L. Lowman.
K 1 S. M. Cochran carry in stock the Ger-
B fe man. Riverside , Antique and Royal Oak
B mhheating stoves nothing better in the
B 3&market. ? . The prices are right.
K M § McConnell's Balsam cares coughs.
• The New Treasurer.
Last Saturday , County Treasurer Mes
erve handed his resignation to the board
of county commissioners , to take effect
on Monday , December 21st. The resig
nation was accepted and the present
Deputy Treasurer , J. II Berge , was at
once elected by the board to fill the va
cancy for the unexpired term.
This prompt action of the commissioners
ers will be generally
est" Berge is well qualified to make the
county an etficient , obliging and pains
The state treasurer-elect will assume
the duties of his new and more exalted
office , January 7th.
MOVEMENTS OF THE PEOPLE.
Register Campbell was a Lincoln
visitor , Sunday.
Dr. W. A. DeMay of Danbury was a
city visitor , Saturday.
A. BARNETT was an Omaha business
visitor , clobe of last week.
J. C HAPPERSETT was up from Indi
anola ou business , Wednesday.
D. T. Welty of Cambridge was in the
city on business , Tuesday evening.
RECEIVER Gibbons has been in Chicago
cage on business , the past week or two.
George Hocknell went in to Oma
ha and Lincoln on business , Tuesday
J. H. Dwyer is working for McBrayer.
Mrs. Dwyer arrived home from Kansas ,
I. A. Sheridan , the Populist patriot
of pugilistic fame , was with us in the
flesli , Tuesday.
State Treasurer-Elect Meserve
went in to Omaha and Lincoln , Tuesday
night , on business.
Caleb Clothier , was down from his
Hayes county ranch , latter part of week
past , guest of Mayor Troth.
W. T. Coleman is just able to be
about from another tussle with the pains
and torture of rheumatism.
Dr. Razee of the Curtis Courier and
Judge Abbott of the Hayes Center Rep
ublican are city visitors , today.
E. E. Lowman arrived home , Sunday
night , from Brownvillle. Mrs. Lowman
will probably remain all winter.
REV.W.W. Evarts of Omaha preach
ed a strong.and instructive sermon in
the Episcopal chapel , Monday evening.
Mrs. J. A. Wilcox left on Sunday
morning to join her husband on the field
for the coming insurance order , The
Star of Jupiter.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Ingalls , who
have been visiting Hastings friends for
the past two weeks , arrived heme on
J. S. Phillips of the Indiauola Re
porter had business at the county capi
tal , Monday. We can state officially
that there are no rales in Jasper's lungs.
Mrs. Carrie Mitchell and Frank
Lowe departed on Monday morning for
eastern Nebraska on a prolonged visit.
Mrs. B. H. Douglass is assisting in the
Courier office meanwhile.
Mrs. W. A. Paxton of Curtis arrived
iu the city , Monday , and is the guest of
Mrs. Chas. H. Boyle. Her father. J. F.
Chavalier , accompanied her over , but
returned home , the next day.
Revs. A. W. Clark and W.W. Evarts
of Omaha spent Monday and Tuesday in
the city , assisting the Baptist brethren in
the business connected with the purch
ase of the Lutheran church building.
A. A. WELLER of Syracuse , who will
represent the Third senatorial district in
the next legislature vice the somewhat
famous John C. Watson , was in the city
on Saturday last , looking after his inter
Mrs. H. W. Cole gave a Kensington
in honor of Mrs. W. C. LaTourette , last
Friday afternoon , from 2 to 6 o'clock.
The guests were : Mesdames W. C. La
Tourette , C. T. Brewer , H. P. Sutton ,
E. Q. Robie , Vina Woods , Z. L. Kay ,
W. S. Cornutt of Culbertson and
Walker of Boone , Iowa.
W. C. LaTourette left on Thursday
morning with a car-load of household
goods for Cedar Rapids , Iowa , where
they will make their future home. Mrs.
LaTourette and the children will follow
in a few days. They are among Mc-
Cook's first settlers , and their many
friends will join us in wishing them joy
and successin their new home , while
deeply regretting their departure from
Mrs. Smith Gordon gave a happy
party , Monday evening , in honor of
Master George and Ray LaTourette.
Those present were : LillieDarby , Coy
and John Burnett , Elsie , Walter , Nor
man , Bruce and George Campbell , Jessie
and Lewis Johnson , Fay and Floyd Stay-
ner , Hugh and Horace Cole , Harold and
Robert Sutton , Fay Brewer , Jndd Kay ,
Charlie Kelley .Lloyd Wood , Lola Spauld-
ing and Anna Erb.
CARNIVAL OF DAYS
The Ladles of the Dorcas Society Score
a BigSuccess. .
BURLESQUE AND FAN DRILLS HITS
Large Attendance Both Nights and
Liberal Patronage Accorded
Entertainments and the
The ladies of the Dorcas society of the
Congregational church are to be warmly
congratulated upon the success of the
bazar held in the Menard opera house ,
Friday and Saturday evenings of last
Tasteful booths were provided for the
six work days of the week , and appropri
ate articles displayed in and sold in each ,
making a charming and profitable "Car
nival of Days" . Marked taste , ingenuity
and enterprise were exhibited by the
ladies in the preparation of the various
booths and painstaking skill exercised in
the making of the many articles on ex
hibition and sold.
The burlesque on Maud Muller giveu
on Friday evening packed the house and
made quite a hit , with its catchy , familiar
music and quaint humor.
The fan drill and burlesque by the
young ladies and young gentlemen on
the following evening also drew a crowd
ed house and fairly divided the honors
with the play. Both were well worth the
small price of admission and were sources
of much genuine pleasure.
The affair was a uniform and gratify
ing success , and the ladies feel repaid
for the large amount of labor bestowed
upon the occasion , in the splendid net
financial results realized.
Lantern class , tonight , at 7:30. Pic
tures , reading and music.
Mesdames Northrup and Boyle visited
the schools , Wednesday afternoon.
The school management expect to be
gin the loan exhibition of slides in a
week or two.
The South McCook school has closed ,
one of the pupils who attends there hav
ing died of diphtheria.
The famous Girls' Marching club and
Roger's Drum corps had their pictures
taken , Monday afternoon , on Main ave
The lantern class , last Friday , was
greatly enjoyed by the West ward pupils ,
it being their first or second class this
The Teachers' Association of South
western Nebraska will convene at Mc
Cook , Thursday , Friday and Saturday of
Rev. S. W. Glascock , now conducting
revival services here , talked to the as
sembly room people , Monday. The Rev.
is a vigorous and earnest talker.
It was announced in the assembly
room , Tuesday , that preparations would
soon begin on the annual school enter
tainment , to take place sometime during
the month of January.
A Birthday Surprise.
Tuesday was the birthday of both Jes
sie Pope and Rodburn Simmons , and the
occasion was jointly celebrated , in the
form of a surprise party , at the home of
Conductor C. E. Pope , Tuesday afternoon
after school. Some score or more of
their young friends participated in the
joyous oocasion. Both received a num
ber of little mementoes of the day. Var
ious youthful games were played and
toothsome refreshments served , to the
delight of all.
A Victim of Diphtheria.
Little Fred , son of Ole Landgren , of
South McCook , died at a late hour on
Saturday night last , with diphtheria.
The remains were interred privately on
Sunday afternoon. The house has been
quarantined , and the South McCook
school , at which the deceased was an at
tendant , has been closed temporarily ,
and it is hoped that the dread disease
may not spread. The child was between
five and six years of age.
Lining Up For Spring. 1897.
We violate no confidence in stating
that the city campaign is now open for
1S97 ; and the way Colonel Kelley is lin
ing up the faithful is attracting the ad
miration of the populace.
Are Grateful to All.
The ladies of the Dorcas society are
grateful for assistance so generously
given during their bazar and to the pub
lic for liberal patronage accorded.
Of merchandise in south room of A.
O. U. W. building on Saturday afternoon
In the presence of relatives aud close
friendsWednesday evening , Mr. William
II. McCarl and Miss Jaenette Smith were
made husband and wife. The ceremony
joining the lives of these two young
people iu one was performed by Rev. J.
A. Badcon at the home of the bride's
sister , Mrs. F. A. Pennell.
fA wedding feast was spread -after the
service , of tempting and lavish proper
The groom is a popular passenger
brakeman in the Burlington employ.
The bride came here from Ainsworth ,
about two years since , and has formed
a large circle of admiring friends during
her residence among us.
A number of hadsome and useful pres
ents were received by the young people.
They took the night train for Dtnver
on a short wedding trip , and upon their
return expect to occupy quarters in the
The Tribune adds its congratulations
and best wishes
Resolutions of Respect.
At the regular meeting of McCook
Lodge No. 1 , Star of Jupiter , on Monday
evening last , by universal vote of the
members present , resolutions of sympa
thy were extended to Mr. and Mrs. Ole
Landgren over the loss of their son
Freddie , and the brother and sister were
assured that the sorrow in their hearts is
shared by the entire membership of the
order who pray that He that rules this
universe may assuage their grief and heal
their wounded spirits.
Left Over from Election.
William Porter and Julius Kunert
had a little controversy over the
question of best citizenship , last Friday ,
which led to blows. Julius had William
tell County Judge Smith about it , and
the Judge thought that William had frac
tured the law and Julius' ear enough to
warrant the payment of a fine of $2 and
trimmings. Porter appealed the case to
the district court.
Tae meeting of the Star of Jupiter ,
Monday night , was well attended. Sev
eral new applications were received. This
popular order is increasing steadily in
The social programme after the regular
session is quite a feature in this organi
zation and adds greatly to the interest.
CITY CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS.
Catholic Mass at 8 o'clock a. m.
High mass and sermon at 10:30 , a. m. ,
with choir. Sunday school at 2:30 p. m.
All are cordially welcome.
Rev. J. W. Hickey , Pastor.
Episcopal Divine service second and
fourth Suudays or every month at 11:00 :
a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school
every Sunday at 10:00 : a. m.
S. A. POTTER , General Missionary.
R. A. Russell , Assistant.
Baptist Services in McConnell hall.
Preaching morning and evening by Rev.
F. M. Williams of Lincoln , at usual
hours. Bible school at 10 a. m. Young
Peoples meeting at 7 p.m. A very cor
dial invitation is extended all. It is
hoped to have repairs on the Brick
Church commenced within ten days and
the work rapidly pushed to completion.
Christian Sunday school every Sun
day afternoon at three o'clock in the
German Congregational church. We
have no pastor at present , but the Disci
ples will continue to break bread , each
Lord's day after Sunday school. En
deavor society on Tuesday evening of
each week at S o'clock. You are cor
dially invited to attend these services.
By Order of Committee.
Methodist Sunday school at 10 a.m.
Preaching at 11. After the sermon the
administration of Lord's Supper. Junior
League at 2:30. Epworth League at 7.
Temperance sermon at S. Rev. C A.
Hale. P. E. , will preach on Monday eve
ning at 7.30. Quarterly conference after
the sermon. Bible study Wednesday
evening at S. All are welcome.
J. A. Badcon , Pastor.
Congregational Morning and ev
ening sermons by the pastor. Morning
theme , "The Rent Veil" . Sunday school
at 10 o'clock. Endeavor society at 7 ,
leader , Edna Meserve , topic , "Some
blessings often forgotten" . Wednesday
evening prayer meeting at 7:30 o'clock.
You will be cordially welcomed at these
services. Hart L. Preston , Pastor.
It Is Time Now.
To plant your holiday advertisements.
Don't wait till the procession has passed.
. Sewing machine. Inquire of
Notwithstanding the hard times , S.M.
Cochran & Co. are keeping a complete
line of general hardware. See them be
A VERY CLOSE CALL
The Boston Shoe Store Is Badly Damaged
by a Fire at
AN EARLY HOUR , MONDAY MORNING
When Discovered the Fire Was Well
Under Headway , and Was On
ly Subdued After a Very
At about four o'clock , Monday morn
ing , a fire was discovered in the Boston
shoe store and the fire department was
hastily summoned to the scene. The
firemen responded quickly and in a few
minutes had two streams of water play
ing upon the interior of the store , from
front door and rear window , aud after a
half hour's hard work in a stifling smoke
succeeded iu subduing the fire ; not , how
ever , until the entire stock and fixtures
had been badly damaged aud destrajed
by fire , smoke and water.
It is thought that the loss on the stock
will be at least two-thirds , which is cov
ered by an insurance of $5,000. The loss
to fixtures will reach perhaps$500 , which
is covered by $ rooo insurance. The
damage to the building is small and is
provided for by insurance.
The fire is thought to have been of in
cendiary origin , as the building is heat
ed by steam and lighted by electricity.
The rear door had been forced and some
articles of apparel were found in the alley
in the rear of the store , indicating pos
sible previous burglary.
The proprietor , E L. Laycock , is to
be commiserated upon his misfortune ;
and the firemen are proper subjects for
commendation for their plucky , success
RAILROAD NEWS ITEMS.
A receiver has been appointed for the
Cal. LeHew has been down on the Ob-
erlin branch relieving Cromwell.
Conductor T. M. Mundy and family
are occupying the LaTourette dwelling.
Conductor A. P. Bonnet arrived homek
last Saturday night , going on his run ,
Trainmaster Kenyon and Roaduiaster
Josselyn went up to Denver , with the
pay-car , last Friday night.
Mrs. Tim Foley's mother and sister
arrived in the city , this week , and will-
make their home with her.
Misses Angie and Lizzie Biever arrived
from Sheridan , Wyoming , Tuesday
night , and are visiting oldtime friends.
Fifteen boxes of giant powder were
found buried under the Burlington's
Sand creek bridge.nearDenver.recently.
Chief W. M. Irwin of the carpenter
department returned , close of last week ,
from an absence of a week or so in Iowa.
W. W. Webster was summoned to
Bertraud , Saturday morning , by a tele
gram announcing the death of his father.
Charles Heber and Charles McMani-
gal were Denver visitors over Sunday ,
going up Saturday evening and return
ing home on Monday morning.
Brakeman Harry Frey attended an or
chestra reunion at the home of Mrs.
George W. Holdrege in Omaha , iast Sat
urday. The orchestra attracted Mrs.
Holdrege's fancy in a modest western
town , some time since , hence the reunion
and its attendant festivities and felicity.
The card party given Wednesday night
by Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Phelan in honor
of Mrs. Phelan's brother , Mr. A. P. Bonnet
not of McCook , at their large and elegant
home , was one of the aifairs to which so
many looked forward with anticipa
tion of greatest pleasure. Mrs. Phelan
and her two accomplished daughters ,
Misses LaVaughn and Edith were assist
ed in a charming manner by Misses Katie
Elmore , Marshall , Wickham and Shaef-
fer. Refreshments were served at 11
o'clock , after which first ladies' prize was
awarded to Mrs. Fletcher and first gen
tlemen's prize to Dr. Bellwood , when all
dispersed for th'eir homes feeling that a
most enjoyable evening had been spent.
Had Their Pictures Taken.
The McKinley Martial band and Girls
Marching club were out in full uniform ,
Monday afternoon and evening. In the
afternoon the members of the band and
club were photographed , and in the even
ing both gave an exhibition drill on Main
avenue that was witnessed by quite a
large and enthusiastic gathering.
The "ratification" fireworks were dis
charged during the drill , making quite
an exhilerating scene.
The Valentine glee club also preserved
their shadows 'ere the substance faded.
Bed-room set. L. Lowmah.
Wednesday evening at the residence H
of the bride's mother on Marshall street , ' H
Mr.James A. Ritchie and Miss Edith i l
Meyer were united in marriage , Rev. i H
Hart L. Preston officiating , in the pres- i Hi
ence of a small company of relatives and i H
near friends of the contracting parties , i H
The groom is employed iu the Burling- f l
ton shops here as a first class machinist I H
of steady and exemplary character ; while l l
the bride is one of McCook\s most popn- H
lar , sweet dispositioned and pretty < < H
They left for Denver on the night train H
to pass a brief hone ) moon iu Colorado- l l
before settling down to married life here. " 1
The Tribune but voices the seuti- f l
ment of many friends iu extending con- L l
gratulatiousand warmest well wishes , to < " l
the young couple. h l
Thanksgiving Dinner. ' B
The Ladies Circle of the Haptist church t l
will give a Thanksgiving dinner in the ' H
north room of the Meeker block , dinner . | |
to be served from 12 to 3 p. m. Price 25c. |
Roast Turkey with Oyster Dressing , H |
Roast Chicken and Brown Gravy , | H
Mashed Potatoes , Baked Sweet Potatoes , H
Cabbage Salad , Potatoe Salad , ' j H
Mixed Pickles , Currant Jelly , < H
Cheese , Celery , M
Cranberry Sauce , Doughnuts , l fl
Bread and Butter , ( v I H
Pumpkin Pie , Mince Pie , f l
Hot Tea aud Coffee. ' H
Christian Revival Services. H
Evangelist S. W. Glascock of the H
Christian church is continuing his ser- if H
vices iu the German Congregational fl l
church with growing attendance and in'j l
terest. The leverend gentleman is getting - 1
ting well warmed up , and there is no l l
telling how long these interesting aud l l
profitable services will continue. If you H
have not been there already , you should H
not longer delay. All are cordially in- < |
At a Great Bargain. 1
The Baptists bought the Lutheran H
church , this week , for the sum ofiooo. H
, They expect to expend about $500 in im- |
provements. The Baptist edifice society H
has donated outright to the local society j H
$500 , and the brethren are meeting with fl H
encouragement m their effort to raise |
the remaining Jr.ooo. They hope to oc- j H
cupy the building by the first of the coming - H
ing year. |
Meserve's Plurality. I 1
J. B. Meserve's plurality over Charles |
E Casey is 11,175. |
PETITE PERTINENT PARAGRAPHS. , W M
McMillen's Cough Cure is sure. - H
McCounell's Balsam cures coughs. • ' H
Do you know McMillen's- Cough Cure H
is effective ? H
' 'Alcohol Ben" reposed in the bosom i ' H
of the city bastile , Monday , for creating " H
a disturbance over in West McCook. H
County Judge Smith , last Friday. 1 M
awarded $1 in the damage suit of P. A. \ H
Wells against W. R. Clark for $200. H
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It is stated that a daughter of Rev. J. _ H
M. Bell of East McCook is ill with diph- sr H
theria , leaving school on Wednesday. | |
The members of St. Patrick's church * j j l
are conducting a very successful fair in K j H
the opera house. Particulars next week. % W M
Fifteen (15) ) cents will buy a box of h M
nice writing paper at this office , con- 9 |
taining 24 sheets of paper and 24 envel- ? |
opes. * * H
The Tribune wants correspondence . & |
from every precinct and town in Red S j H
Willow county. Terms readily given on / |
request. * 3 j H
Notwithstanding the hard times , S.M. H
Cochran & . Co. are keeping a complete H
line of general hardware. See them be- V |
fore buying. 3 H
The W. A. P. A. held a social in the ? H
Cole store room , Saturday evening , with . ; 3 H
fair results considering other attractions 3 H
of the evening. J * H
S. M. Cochran carry in stock the Ger- Jr H
man , Riverside , Antique and Royal Oak 4 > |
heating stoves nothing better in the % H
market. The prices are right. ? H
There will be an oyster supper at the H
home of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Dutton , - H
Thanksgiving night , Nov. 26th , for the * M
benefit of the district organ. All are & H
cordially invited. A good time is anticipated - " M
ipated * _ ni H
The members and friends of the M.E. m& H
church will give their pastor , Rev. J. A. j ? M
Badcon , z. donation , on Tuesday evening = ? j H
the 24th , at the church. All are invited. - a j H
A committee will be at the church during - _ H
ing the afternoon to receive donations. 2 1H
Interesting programme in the evening. H
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