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VOLUMf XUI COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 16 1910 NUMBER 9r
Ellison McFarland
Last Thursday afternoon Mr Leslie
= JttcFarland son of Mr Solomon Me
Jarlanrt and Miss Virgie Ellison
daughter of Mr Nathan Ellison who
lives near Mt Carmel drove into Co
lumbia and to the residence of ctev R >
L Tally where they were happily mar
ried The couple were accompanied by
Mr John Biggs and Miss Maud Ellison
Soon after the ceremony the couple left
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for the home of the grooms father
where an elegant dinner was spread
and where a number of friends had
gathered to greet them
The groom is an industrious farmer
and stands high in the community in i
nf
which he lives The bride is one of
Adair countys best young ladies
Halleys Comet Visible
Halleys cpmet may now be seen on
nights when conditions are favorable
with the aid ot an ordinary fieldglass
according to members of the astrono
mical faculty at Columbia University
The most favorable time to look for
it is between 630 and 730 p m with
he
the glass elevated somewhat above the
point where the nun sets The comet
is at present in what the astronomers
call the twilight region It is in line
with the sun and its brightness is there
fore dimmed It will be visible all
through April ana May but at its max
imum brilliancy on May 18
When the comet is nearest the earth
it will be only about 14000000 miles
away
Preaching Next Sunday
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W H C Sandidge Greensburg
F J Barger Pleasant Hillp
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f R Crawford Edmonton
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J F Turner it Pleasant
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J Meuzies Mosbys Ridge
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W B Cave Pleasant Pidge
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fur the 5th Kentucky Revenue district
headquarter at Lebanon It is the po
sition formerly filled by Mr J H Judd
of this place Mr Lynch has been a
storekeeper gauger for ten years He I
has assumed the duties of the office I
Mr Charles Peridleton a young man
about twentyfive years old died at the
home of his parents Mr and Mrs
James Pendleton one mile from Knif
ley Tuesday night of last week He
was a victim of consumption and had
been sick for several months He was
a young man who had many friends
The attention of our readers is called
to the aduf the Columbia Bottling
Company Mr W T Ottley who is
the manager is making a number of
fine soft drinks His MyCola has be
come quite popular all the grocer
stores handling it Try a bottle It ryis
harmless and refreshing
Aaron Bread was before Judge Moss
last Saturday two cases charged with
selling liquor In one he was fined six
ty dollars aid ten day imprisonment t
and in the other he was fined sixty
dollars He will probably pay the
fines in jail
Uncle Flem S Carter who = lives
near Esto was one hundred years old
last Friday the 11th day of March He
is hale and hearty He has one sister
Mrs Acre living in this county who isI
either 96 or 98 years of age She too
is enjoying fine health
Mrs Wesley the widow of the late
Josh Wesley was adjudged a lunatic
last Friday and sent to the asylum
She returned from the asylum three
years ago believed to been restored
Barred Plymouth Rock eggs 15 for
5Q cents for sale Mrs Ben Thomas l
19rlt Absher KyI
Quite a number of sheep were killed
by dogs in the Breeding country last
week Steve Coqmer lost 7 all he
owned It is believed that seventy five j
have been killed
T E Waggener soldhis wifes one 1
fourth interest in the Sid Caldwell
farm lying hear Portland to + Miss Mol
t jaldweli for 3100 f
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Mi Joljn Thurman bobghtof John A J
Wheeler last week a small farm lying
on Sp rk yille Ridge for 1000
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JW Flowers sold WA Garne tt
Idiot Friday a thoroughbred Berkshire
male pig six months old for 1250
pr 8 P Crenshaw sold his farm on
j itftpinnient last week tp Mr Tpin
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I The James Boys
rTne James Boys in Missouri drew
Tan immense crowd to the court audi
torium last Saturday evening every
seat being filled It is a play mastered
iby Cane Valley talent each actor
i rendering his or her part in a faultless
1 mariner All the male members were
dressed as outlaws each act giving a
j fair picture of western life Bingham
I Moore made a fine Jesse James and
j Mrs Tom Moore who acted the part of
i Jesses wife played her part to per
j fectlon T 1 Smith as Bob Ford
killed his old friend and comrade Jesse
James There were many other excit
ing scenes each performer deserving
special notice but their names are not
before us The singing of the minstrels
was very much enjoyed and the two
songs rendered by a little daughter and
little son of Mr and Mrs Tom Moore
onwere
Kerr who is the manager in behalf of
the entire aggregation desires jo re
turn his sincere thanks to the people of
Columbia for their liberal patronage
and excellent attention The receipts
of the evening 7925
I Be sure and attend Dr Crenshaws
Saturdays
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Commissioners Sale
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COURTKENTUCK
KENTUCKY
Strong Hill Puff
jagainst
Eliza Dudley c Deft
By virtue of a judgment and order of
sale of Adair Circuit Court rendered at
the January term 1910 in the above
cause for the sum of 93 14 with inter
est thereon at the rate of 6 per cent
per annum from the 1st day of June
1903 until paid subject to a credit of
170 paid Sept 27th 1903 and 4960
costs herein 1 shall proceed to offer for
sale at the Court House door in Colum
bia Ky to the highest bidder at
Public Auction on Monday the 4th
day of April 1910 at one oclock pm
or thereabout being County Court
upon a credit of six months the follow
ing described property towit
Two certain tracts of land the first
setae ndh
containing 7J more or Jess and at the
orsame time and place I shall proceed to
offer for sale the 70 acre tract me ton
tioned and described in the petition or
asufficiency thereof to satisfy the debt of
JA Diddle for the sum of175 with
interest thereon at the rate of 6 percent
ofer
cent per annum from the 22nd day of
January 1887 until paidsubject to
the following credits viz 75 paid May
he13th
190s 1
fnd 70 paid March 13th 1906 and
4960 costs herein Said third tract
dwill be sold upon the same terms as the
asfirst two tracts Reference is made to
the judgment and order of sale for
complete description and boundry df
fe
the three tracts of land ordered to be
bi
sold The third tract will be sold in
such way as to leave the dwelling and
other buildings unsold selling the land
farthest from the dwelling unless it
r quires the whole of said tract to p a YJ
said Diddles debt interest and costs
or sufficient thereof to produce the
hee
sums of money so ordered to be made I
asor the purchased a price the purchaser
with approval surety must execu tois
bond bearing legal interest from date
until paid and having the force and
effect of a judgment
W A Coffey Master Commissioner r
Remember that Dr Crenshaw will
sell some valuable property next Saturday
day
Ben Columbia Wednesday and Thurs
day the 23 and 24 and see Russell Cob
display of fine goods It will be worth
seeing and if you want to make a pur
chase you can be accommodated
Pig days Wednesday and Thursday
March 23 and 24 in Columbia Spring
opening at Russell Cob Read their
announcement
fit the people of Adair county want
TO see something nice and attractive an
opportunity will ke given them Wednesday
nesday and Thursday March 23 and 24
Russell Cos big opening
The ladies of Adair and adjoining
counties should attend Russell Co r
big opening Wednesday and Thursday
March 23 and 24 All the nicest fjabnca
will be on display v
A corn crib containing eight barrels
of corn the P property of James pos y j
near Milltown was consumed bjffirt
bt Thursday night xj v r
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A five room cottage for rent i 1
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19 t J t T yU C Baker > v
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See Baron Rythraf befirerbreedinf
your mares 7tf 192
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Good congregations re out to p ear I
Eld Z T WiN amslftsiatf Sunt alff ore
190n and evenin i l
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The Sewing Club I
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The Sewing Club Continues t o
flourish and a most delightful time was
had last Wednesday afternoon when
Misses Lina and Madge Rosenfield in
their usual chaining way entertained
the club An interesting sewing con
test was given Misses Mary Cart
wright and Ursura Koelsch winning the
prizes The invited were Missal Lo
rena Harrison Myrtle Myers Annie
Dixon Jennye McFarland Mary Cart
wright Eliza Gibbs Alice Walker
Frances Jones Mable Jasper Louise
Hancock Edna David Martha Han
cock Ursula Koelsch Bess Rowe Dim
I pie Conover Edna Lewis Ruth Sum
mers Mesdames C M Russell Bruce
Montgomery and Geo Lowe
Mr Lee Smith advertises a fine young
horse in todays paper He is a good
one Read his pedigree
0peratlone
Mr Mont Cravens who has been a
great sufferer for the past month was
conveyed to Louisville last week by Dr
E A Waggener and his brotherinlaw
Mr W E Bradshaw t and Friday
morning he submitted to an operation
for gravel in St Joseph Infirmary Dr
Abell Using the knife The operation
was very successful twentyfive or
thirty gravel 6f different sizes re
moved Since the operation the family
has heard from the patient every few
hours all reports being favorable Mr
Cravens will probably have to remain
fin the infirmary for four or five weeKS
before he is able to return home Mrs
Cravens and her son Tim will go to his
bedside in a few days All Columbia
is interested in the patients early re
covery
I am receiving some nice spring suits
suitsI
rfor young men in the latest styles and
would appreciate a look before you buy r
Frank
Kespt Sinclair
dim
its contents the property of Mr Sam
Mourning Champaign ill were destroy
ed by fire a few days ago His dwell
ing was insured for 2500 and his fur
sitars for 1000
Commissioners Sale
orADAIR CIRCUIT COURT
COURTKENTUCKY I
T H Curdc Plaintiff t
Jimmie Curd c Deft f
erBy virtue of a Judgment and Order
of Sale by Adair Circuit Court render
ed at the January Term thereof 1910
in the above cause and costs herein I
shall proceed to offer for sale at the
Kyc to
the highest bidder at Public Auction i
on Monday the 4th day of April 1910
at ono clock p m or thereabout be
ing County Court upon a credit of six
months the following described proper
ty towit A certain tract of land sit
KyBounded
ndBounded on i he east by the Columbia
tit hed
north by the lands of J H Young and
J J Biggs on the west by the lands of
J J Biggs and S D Barbee and on
the south by the landst J J Biggs
and contains 38 acres more or less and
is the same lands which were conveyed
to James H Curd by the Master Com
missioner of the Adair Circuit Court
less a portion of same which was con I
veyed by said Curd to Mary Smythe
and two acres which were conveyed to
JJBiggsby Bettie Tupman c
For the purchase price the ourchaser
iviui approved surety or securities
must execute Bond bearing legal in
terest from day of sale until paid and
having the force and effect of a Judg
ment Bidders will he prepared tog
comply promptly with these terms
W A Coffey Master Commissidner
Mr Hugh Richardson and Mr T A
English have been doing some trading
The former exchanged his residence i I
m Bomar Heights for the livery stable
end lot known as the Allen Walker
ratBarn Mr Richardson will open era
anivery and feed stable at once <
If you want good water drive your
Irill with a Fairbanks Morse C oA
Engine I have them
l92t L B Hurt Agentn
Rev W B Cave occupied the pulpit
it the Presbyterian church last Su nter
lay forenoon the pastor being absent
He delivered a very logical discourse
Lee S SmjthiR offering the serviJfs
tf Baron RXthmicii standards bred and
regiatered trotting horse Read hii
tivertisementr r 192t
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Mrs Rollhi Hurt entertained M rs
W LOa lison Mrs T 133 Curd bo th
of Middesbdro and Mrs LpjU Uilkr
thiS place at dinn8r1i t Sunday i
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The attention of iour < farmers if callj
reecho the adrertaeetheiat of Young Brp < iij
They hive some excellent stock
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ftlillinery Opening
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Mrs L C Hurt and Miss Ursula
Koelsch will havetheir millinery open
irig Wednesday and Thursday March 23
and 24 They are located at Russell
Cosstore and will havemany nice hats
the latest styles on display These ladies
si
spent several weeks in the Cincinnati
market and are better prepared to
pTease than any time in the past The
ladies of Columbia an Adair county
i are cordially invited to come in
I and look through their stock It will
be their pleasure to show whether you
buy or not
The Reed Hardware Company has a
new ad this week Look Over it and
visit the store
Sam Barbee bought four horses an I
a wagon from Isaac Dick erson tor 650w
Charley Barbee bought tof Coy E Dud
goon one horse and a wagon for 185
Every body wants Fairbanks Morse
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f pGo Engines r have them for them
192t L B Hurt Agent
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The Citizens League meeting was
wellattended last Sunday afternoon
and good and wholesome speeches w re I
made by Eld Z T Williams Judge HI
C Baker and Dr U L Taylor There
ThereI
has been no outbreak of lawlessness I
in Columbia as the speakers stated I
but there are evils that the league will
anw d
make the community as perfect in
wii 1
liams was elected President of the or
ganization Gov J R Hinnman Vice
Secretarys
oa rt
Sunday afternoon at the Court house
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If you want bargains be at Dr Cren
Saturdays
William Garnett a young colored
man 22 years oldwho has been em
ployed by R F Paull for several years
died last Saturday night a victim of
pneumonia He was buried Sunday
Mr Paull in speaking of him said he
was one of the best work hands I ever
saw and was perfectly reliable His
death was a serious loss tonic
The Jeffries Hardware Store has a
new ad this week Read it
Last Friday evening Mrs Allen Wal
k r had several friends to dinner and
spread one of most delightful feast
imaginable Every delicacy of the sea
son prepared in the most toothsome
manner and served so daintily that the
guests fared sumptuously indeed Af
ter dinner they repaired to the earl r
and listened until the Hwee sma hours
to strains of enchanting music After
they had indulged in various games
the hour for departure came only too
soon Among those present were Miss
Gibbs Miss Dixon > Mr Jackson Mr
John Lee Walker i
isPublic Sale
On Saturday March 19 1910 at my
former farm on r Disappointment 11
miles east of Columbia I will sell to
the highest bidder the followingpro
perty towit Two good work horses
2 good milk cows 2 buggies 1 wagon
and bed and several sets of harness
Farming implements consisting of a
hemowing machine good as new and a i
tonumber of excellent plows and many
other articles useful to a farmer also a
lot of hay and fodder Sale to be gin
at 1030 amTerms made known on
day of sale My reason for selling onis
that I have quite farming and have
permanently located in Columbia for
the pratice s of my profession
S D Crenshaw
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There will be preaching attheBap
tilt church this place next Sunday
cog r J
dially invited arid the members are
leurged to attend r
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OK stoves and ranges often immi i
toted butneyer equalled For sale by
Reed Hardware Co J
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Al ge of OddFellows will be orp
ganfzed jn this place next Thursday I
night Dr J F Baugh of Jamestown 1
has been appointed by the GrandMas
ter to put the lodge to work He will J
be assisted by a number of Odd wills
of Jamestown and Russell Springs r
All the signers to the petition asking
that a lodge of OddrFellows be pr gan
gan1Z
port to Mr W D Frazier next OI
riay afernopn A lodgewillfae orgy n i1
izeQj commencing at 7 30 p tnj
it I
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Rhode Island Red eggs for sale 15
for r < ixty cents delivered at Columbia
lEfinlty bjr mail carrier Jf y Oil
wiiitth rn iwad jp our ardor arid tell
Vhtjfty < Mrs J E Grant 1
4baher Ky
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Death of Mrs Sarah C Calhoun
Mrs Sarah C Calhoun wife of John
C Calhoun died at her home near
Campbellsville Ky March 6 She had
been in feeble health for ten years or
more but was not confined to her bed
but a few weeks beforo her departure
She was born and reared in Adair
county and spent nearly all her life in
saidcounty having moved to Taylor
county about the middle of last Decem
tier She was the mother of seven
children six of whom still live to mourn
their loss
She was a good Christian woman a
faithful loving wife anda very kind
and devoted motherS far as 1 know
she was loved by all who knew her and
many were made better by her noble
Christian life She was triumphant in
death said there was nothing in hay er
berllway
way and I believe she has gone to a
better world i
She was laid to rest in the cemetery i
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at Campbellsville after a brief funeral
service at her residence conducted by i
the writer assisted by Rev J H Wal
ker She was sixty three years old and
andI
had been a member of the Methodist
Church about thirty years May the
ngoing away of the wife and mother
serve to bind th husband and children
closer to God Jesse L Murrell
Persons writing to have their address
changed musr gIve their formfr office
formeroffic
AOAIR CIRCUIT COURT
COURTO1
KENTUCKe
Virginia T Pike Guard t
Petition to Adair Circuit Court J
Bv virture of a Judgment and Order
of Sale of Adair Circuit Court It nd r
ed at the January Term thereof lyiO i
in the above cause and costs herein 1
shall proceed to offer for sata ati the
Courthouse door in Columbia Ky to
the highest bidder at Public Au tippr
on Monday the 4th day of April 1910
atone oclock p m or thereau = Jt t i
ing County Court upon a crrtG etat
six months the following das riued pro
perty towit
A certain tract of land beingr cM
Green River in Adair County Ken
tucky containing 182 acres jmd known
as lot No 2 on plat No2 as shown in
Commissioners report and deed on file
in this case to which reference is made
for complete description and boundary
For the purchase price the purchaser
with approved surety or securities
must execute Bond bearing legal in
terest from day of sale until paid and
having the force and effect of a lud r
ment Bidders will be prepared to
comply promptly with these terms
W A Coffey Master Commissioner
The Bassett Hardwood Lumber Co
is now ready to receive hickory logs
or lumber at their mill in Columbia
174t
The Ladies Aid Society of the Baptist
church melt with Mrs Will Wilson
Thursday at 2 oclock All > the mem
ber are cordially dnvited
trayFor Sale s
A farm I of 25 acres good house and
outbuildings one mile Southeast of
Cane Valley Good orchard and good
spring Sale 19th of March at 9
oclock a m Terms made known on
day of sale I H D Cundiff
wentra i to
toan
Louisville last week submitted to an
operation which was successful She
writes to her sons here that she is get
ting along nicely and will be at home
weekve
orRead the advertisement of A C
Burry Campbellsville who advertises
boilers engines and machinery He
bargainsF f
For Sale 4
Thoroughbred Golden Wyandotte
eggs 15 for 70 cents
Mrs R A Stone
Montpelierby gYE
Aaron Beard who was wanted ona I P
number of charges was arrested by
rSheriff A D Patterson and deputies
Sam Mitchell and Frank Winfrey in y
the Milltown country last Tuesday
night and brought to Columbia and1
Uwill S
Government also has a charge against
him
Mr A S Chewninghas secured the
gservices of Jim Davis of color an ex
nrienced handle of horses one of the °
best drivers and trainers in the Sta tB
He will be ready to receive stock for
stockt
breaking afr Mr Chewnings barn this
place the first of April Charges eas
ronable
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Two Farms For Sale 4
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I have two good f arnig f ors ale New
J uiding on each < < NAJcKinlYt
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Everybody is Looking
1The tool display representing a well
fitted crpenters shop in the show
window of the Reed Hardware Qpmpa
ny is attracting the attention of every
done who pass the store Every article
which goes to make up a perfect shop
is on display and in its proper placeJ
1The work bench the trestles chisels
rsaws hammers etc There is but one
thing missing to make the display com
pletea man working at the bencht
1Mr A G Norris who travels for the
Belknap Hardware Company Louis
ville was here a few days ago and an
pounced that it was the most perfect
display he had seen in Kentucky Mr
dHrud Euband wio is en ployed by the
Reed Hardware Company arranged
r1the window He is a gentleman of ex i
rcellent taste and as a showwindow
iLdresser he has but few equals
Now is the time to have your paint
iatj sail papering done Ask for Wad
alidle
dIe Gilbert You will find them at
Ythe Hancock Hotel
alEstimates cheer luliy given 182t
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Russelle
heunty and Miss Berth Foley of Eu
nice this county were married by
enJudge NH Moss in tne County Judges
office lust Wednesday afternoon
We carry a complete line of base bal
goods Reed Hardward Co
jlr J S Breeding has improved the
appearance of his residence by adding
two dormer windows to the front
If you want your garden to produce
well wait until the ground gets warm
aerate planting Seed put in the ground
when the earth is cold do but little
good
II have one dozen buff Orpington
trcockreis for sale at 1 OJ each
ratMrs A H Ballard
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A series of meetings will commence
at the Methodest church this city the
first Sunday in April
tL car load of celebrated Columbus
run easy wagons just reeived
Red Hardware Co
lastfil
Sunday night was of unusual interest
Dying and Renovating
e5Pressing 25e to 100
Fiats 25c to iOO
Dying 1 00 to 3 50
Dry cleaning 50c to 2 50
Scouring Sue to 2U0
Prices varying according to the arti
cle condition and texture of different
grades of goods Rose Price
5 L82t Miss Kittle Smith Agfr
A family of Franklins is lying very
low with typhoid fever m the Breeding
country
Eery kind of garden tools can be
bought of Reed Hardware Co
Hogs sold on the Louisville market
last Friday at 10 65 per hundred
We are now ort the market for Hick
ors timber either in the log on our
yard or we will buy it on the stump
The Bassett Hardwood Lumber Co
174t Columbia Ky
Programto
Columbia District Sunday School Con
ference to be held at Breeding Ky
April 45 1910
eApril 47 p m Pre ch rigJ H
WalkerH
CApril ii845 DevotiohalJiRj Ran
dolph >
9am Organization i A <
He915Reports from Schools
SundaySchool
Schoola What are its essentials
a T McConnell b What is its value
to the CommunityG W Pangburn
c What is its value in Evangelistic
workR L Talley O What is its
value in training young Christi nslU
E Stevenson e What is its value lUh
a Missionary agency1J P Vanhoy
j Song Service f
1115 a m GhiJdrens Day a Its
BreedlIikria
b How to make it a successj L
Murrell
NOON
2 p m Devotional J F BlackI
215 p mThe Country Sunday
School a As it wasJ A Goodman
te
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3 p mThe Adult Bible Class O
Finnfor I <
315p mA comparative study of
Union and Denominational Literature >
JH W alk rl
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3QPo m ry tions for imprpv
ingpur Sunday Schopk Open discusri t
sion r T L < HulM P B i
i O
H W paint guaranteed 100 pad
cent pure R < MdCHardware Cp t
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