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'I he iumlay mIh.o; v.; reorganized, last SuhJay, t I!arr. Cujpel, alter six months 'I'Ur jin.Ie h-re are farming more, this spring, than they ever did, before. Thtt !inv4 that they are nt all slacker. r.l'LRERSON. O. Shields has gone to Akron, Okie, on business. Mr-. Luther Kisselburg, who has been ill lor the past few days, and whose life was despaired of, is better. Lee Shields and J. M. McAIister camt up from Ducktown, Tenn., to be with humfi4ka ami enjoy the Easter festival. WOLF CHEEK. There were many strawberry plants set " out here, last week. , Preparations for a big corn erop seems to be the order of the day here N. A. Carter spent Thursday night of 'last week with his son, Perry, at Copper hill. It is rumored that Bessie Withrow and Harvey Gaddis got married, Sunday aftes noon. SERVICES AT THEM. E. CHURCH. Snnday School' at 9:30 a. m. W. S. Maughan, superintendent. Preaching at 11 o'clock a.1 rn. by the pastor. Prayer meeting every Wednesday night. Preaching every Sunday night ai 7:30. Everybody cordially invited A.J.Thomas, Pastor. BAPTIST CHURCH. Morning service Sunday School 9:30, J. E. Taylor Superintendant. Preaching 10:45. ' Evening service Baptist Young Peo ple's Union, 6:30 p. m., J. E. Taylor, presi dent. Preaching at 7:15. Prayer Meeting Wednesday night at 7:15. Ladies Working Union meets the first Thursday iri each month at 2:30 p. m., Mrs. E. C, Crawford, president. W. R. Horner, Pastor. Hubert Miller, Clerk. Do not fail to note the real "money saving proposition" made by this sterling newspaper, the St .Louis Globe-Democrat, elsewhere in this issue. In spite of the en ormously increased cost of production, the , daily Globe-Democrat, except Sanday is offered to rural free delivery and star route patrons (yearly subscription's only) at the remarkable low rate ot $3 per year or in complete clubs of three or more, at the net club;Tate of only $2.50 for each yearly v subscription, i The Daily Globe-Democrat including Sunday, is offerag for $5.50 per year, , or in clubs of three or more at the net rate ot 4.75 lor each yearly subscrip tion. This offer is also open to subscribers who receive their mail at post offices where the Daily Globe-Democrat is not handled by local newsdealers. The local news dealers. The regular price of the Globe- Democrat, including Sunday, is now $7.50 per vesr dafly, without Sunday, $5 per year;ijrii!anly," $2.50 per year, weekly, issued twk& a Week, 50 cents a vear. Again we urge ;yon to tead the "Money-Saving Proposition" and send in your order at once. 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