Get Rid of Tan,
ounowrn etna rrecnies
by twng HAGAN'S
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Blemishes. You cannot know how
good it m until you toy it Thoua
and* of women aay it U beft of all
beautifiera and heals Sunburn
quick eat. Don't be without it a
day longer. Get a bottle now. At
your Druggist or by mail dire sl.
75. cents for either -color, White.
LYON MFC. CO.. 40 So. S«k St., Brooklyn, nr.
- Graham, N. C.
A valuable mineral spring
has been discovered by W. H.
Ausley on hie place in Graham.
It was noticed that it brought
health to the users of the water,
and upon being analyzed it was
found to be a water strong in
mineral properties and good
for stomach and blood troubles.
Physicians who have seen the
analysis and what it does,
recommend its use.
Analysis and testimonials
will be furnished upon request.
Why buy expensive mineral
waters from a distance, when
there is a good water recom
mended by physicians right at
home? For further informa
tion and or the water, if you
desire if apply to the under
W. H. AUSLEY.
Jour lints. Ledgers,
Vest Pocket .Memo.,
Graham, N. C.
English Spavin Liniinnet re
moves Hard, Soft and Calloused
Lamps and Blemishes from horses;
also Blood Spavins, Curbs, Splints,
Sweeney, Ring Bone, Stifles,
Sprains, Swollen Throats, Coughs,
etc. Save f4O by use of one bot.
tie. A wonderful Blemish Care.
Sold by Graham Drag Company
Combined force# of Mexican Fed
eral cavalry ambushed a large
band of Villa followers in Santa
Clara canyon, 16 mIU-s northwest of
Chihuahua City, Tuesday, accord
ing to a Mexican official state
ment a total of 490 were killed and
wounded on bbth sides. The Villa
forces suffered the heaviest losses.
One hopeful thin# aooat Russia
is that she seems too e almost an
bad at making peace aa at making
Ts Car* a Co 14 la oa« Usj.
r«ke Laxative Bromo Quinine
tablets. All druggists refund the
money if It falls to cant B. W.
Grove's signature Is on each box.
M cents. adv.
Keep Your Busi
ness and Location
Fixed In the
Public Mind by
THE ALAMANCE GLEANER.
: Commander of Engineers •
I Who Fought at Cambcjtf •
S M| ■!
Col. C. H. McKlnstry, who commands
the New York engineers In Francs,
many of whom participated In the
Cambral Imttle, fighting side by side
with the advancing British. Soma of
the Americans were caught whsn tbe
Germans flanked. They escaped by ly
ing lu shell holes, snd when the British
drove back the enemy they borrowed
rifles and fought valiantly. They wars
highly commended by the Brltlah com
UCK OF 60NS IN GMHPS
ADMITS THAT TROOPB HAD BEEN
SUPPLIED WITH FRENCH MA
Responsibility Resits on Beoretary Ba
ker. Training of Naw Army Will
Not Be Seriously Retarded on Ac
count of Equipment.
Washington.—Leadera of the senate
military committee subjected Major
Oeneral Crozler, chief of ordnance, to
three hours of sharp cross-examina
tion, seeking explanation of delays in
providing the war army with weapons.
At the executive session they will
press questions which the general ob
jected to answering In the open hear
Throughout the examinations Oen
eral Crozler Insisted that there had
been and would be no delay In equip
ping soldiers sent abroad. He admit
ted that because of a shortage of ma
chine guns the American troops In
France were supplied with weapons
of French make, and that there was
a lack of both machine guns and rifles
In the training cantonments, but de
clared that the training of troops
would not be seriously retarded.
Responsibility for the machine gun
situation was placed by the general
squarely upon Secretary Baker, who,
he said, had taken a personal interest
In the matter and ordered an investi
gation which resulted In the adoption
In June of a new gun known as the
Browning type. This statement came
when Chairman Chamberlain said hs
was not satisfied with the explanation
that the delay had been caused by In
"Neither am 1 satisfied," -responded
the witness, "but I am not personally
responsible." Nearly every member
of the committee joined In the exam
ination and questions were fired across
the table as rapidly as the general
Chairman Chamberlain took excep
tions to the conclusions drawn from
Oeneral Crozier's testimony that con
gress, by falling to make prompt ap
propriations, and labor troubles, were
largely responsible for tha delay. Oen
eral Crosier said he had not Intended
such an interpretation, and that mil
lions of dollars appropriated had not
UNITED BTATEB GUARD
IS NAME SELECTED
Auxiliary Force of Troops Will Num
Washington.—The United Slat**
guard will bs the name ot the 26.000
auxiliary force of troops, authorized
by the war department, to supplement
state and other forces now guarding
war supplies, war Industries and do
ing police duty essential to the con
duct of the war, inclodlag patrol of
Forty battalion* will be organised
to rellere regular troops, aatisaal
gnhrd or other purely military units or
this guard duty.
President Wilson has signed the or
der for organisation of the fore* and
further orders were going out from
the wsr department.
ARE NOT EXPECTED TO
RESIBT TAX IMPOSITION
Louisville, Ky.—Collection by the
Stats of Kentucky, without a contest.
3f approximately $2,000,000 In Inher
itance taxes on the estate of tbs lata
Mrs. Robert Worth Bingham was In
dicated by announcement that an In
ventory of the entlte estate would be
died with the stste taxing authorities.
The announcement was made by offi
cers of a Ijoulseville trust company,
administrators of the estste with will
WB HAVE THE EARLIEST. BlO
gest, high class Strawberry grown.
Also the Best one or rhe ever
bearing kinds; bears the best fla
vored berries from Spring until the
snow flies. Free Booklet. Wake
field Plant Farm, Charlotte, Worth
British troops in th" East are
aaid to be impresed with what
Turkish kultur has don." for the
GRAHAM, N. C M THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1917
U. S. DESTROYER IS
SUNK IJM ZONE
GERMAN U-BOAT TORPEDOES AND
SINKS 810 AMERICAN
MOST OF THE CREW IS LOST
David Worth Bagloy Commanding Of
floor Is Among Saved—Jacob* Jonea
Was One of Largest Vessels of the
er David Worth Bagley and Lieutenant
Norman Scott were among tne surviv
ors rescued after the sinking of the
American destroyer, Jacob Jones, by a
Oerman submarine In the war zone
last Thursday night. The navy de
partment was so advised by Vice Ad
miral Sims., v^ 1 ..
These two officers, two warrant of
. fleers, and two enlisted men were
| named lp the admiral's (llspatch as
I survivors in addition to the 17 pre
: vlously reported saved. It Is now es
tablished that the five line officers on
the destroyer were rescued. Gunner
I Harry R. Hood and 63 men ars miss
| Admiral Sims' report said that Com
mander Bagley and the Ave other man
saved with him got away In a motor
boat and were picked up and landed
' uninjured at the Scllly Island*.
> The other four survivors reported
| besides Commander Bagley and Lieu
tenant Scott were:
Chief Boatswaln'a Mate Clarence
Mcßrlde, wife Florence Mcßrlde,
Syracuse, N. Y.
Coxswain Ben Nunnery, father Fred
A. Nunnery, Edgemoor, S. C.
Fireman Joseph Kronenlecky, moth
er Anna Krozenlecky, Suvlve, Russia.
Vice Admiral Sims up to a late hour
had been able to supply only meager
details In reply to urgent messages
from Secretary Daniels, whose broth
er-in-law, Lieutenant Commander Da
vid W. Bagley, commanded the lost
vessel, and was first reported among
the missing. Three officers and 34
men were picked up by other vessels
from life rafts to which they clung, but
the names of only ten of these had
been transmitted to Washington.
The Jacob Jones, one of the largest
and newest American destroyers oper
ating in the Atlantic, was the first
American warship to fall victim to a
Oerman submarine, but was the sec
ond American destroyer to be lost in
foreign waters. The Chauncey sank
with her commander, Lieutenant Com
mander Walter - E. Reno, two other
officers, and 18 enlisted men, after be
ing cut In two by the transport Rose
1 early on the morning of Novem
NO ATTEMPT TO CHECK UP
LIST OF HALIFAX DEAD
Morgue Officials Hold to Eatlmats of
Halifax, N. B.—No official attempt
waa made here to check up or revise
the long list of dead and injured re
sulting from Thursday's disaster when
a munitions ship's cargo exploded In
The morgue officials held to their
estimate of 4,000 dead, but other ob
servers said that estimate was too
great by half.
A joint appeal by the mayors of
Halifax and Dartmouth was made to
the Canadian public for money for the
relief of the homeless and the recon
struction of that part of the city which
Is In ruins. It was said that between
>20.000,000 and 125,000,000 would be
1 A heavy rainstorm interrupted the
systematic search for bodies, but by
Bight 95 additional bodies had bean
placed In the morgue. Several deaths
' occurred among the Injured.
The taak confronting the relief com
mittees seemed almost hopeless but
later In the day the skies cleard and
1 , cheering word came from the physl
! clans In charge of the tents In which
' gOO of the homeless had found shelter.
I The tents had withstood the storm and
1 the occupanta were as comfortable as
1 could be expected.
GERMAN TROOP# ARE
• RU6HED TO CAMtRAI
Genera. Friday, Dec. 7.—Both Field
Marshal yon Hindenburg and Oen. yon
Ludendorff are on the Cambral front,
according to a dispatch from Stress
burg today. Railway traffic through
the Rhine towns ha* been congested
from this source, owing to the (low of
troops and artillery being rushed
through to Oils front. No clrlHans are
permitted to trs.vel along the Rhine
and the German frontier remains
KALEOINEB AND KORNILOFF
•TART REVOLT IN RUSSIA
London. —A proclamation to the Rus
sian nation has been Issued by Russian
government announcing that "Kale
dine* and Kornlloff, assisted by Impe
rialists and constitutional dsmocrats,
have raised a revolt and declared war
In Don region against the people." The
proclamation adds that "the constltu
tloaal democrats and bourgeois* are
sapplytng the revolting geaerals with
scores of million)."
free fcaew What Yea Are Takiag
When you take Grove's Tasteless
Chill Tonic because the formula la
plainly printed on every bottle
•bowing that It la Iron and Qui
nine in a tastelesa form. Ho
cure, no pay.—BCS. adv.
Ladies who shoot while their
minds are blank should always use
that kind of a cartridge.
TIIERK post-Christ IUIM days iililnr,
with a light softer but perhaps
mure comfortable than ttiut or
the great feast itself. I'artlcu
iarly in this true of the It rut dny alter
Christinas. especially when Unit clay ls
Sunday. lii Eugiuiul, uf course. us Ir.
the tlmo of the late Saimtol-Pickwick
Esq.. who brought about the renals
sauce of Christina*, this Is called box
lug day. nut because It 1* the occasion
of tlstle encounters. but because It I
the time appointed fur the distribution
of those more or less spontaneous ex
(II'CSHOIIS of Rood will which are called
Christmas boxes. Its more orthodox
title U fct. Stephen'* day It Is. you
know. the day on which the illustrious
King Weneo-dnita. with the assistance
of his pa;.o. did his noble almonlng.
We are not old English king*. so In
steail or having uur pace bring flesh
and wine ti the poor utnn 011 St.
Stephen's day v.c give a dollar to the
youth from the still vexed llermutbes
who chaperon* I lie elevator lu our
apartment bouse, and for weeks be
fore Christmas we ullix to the flap* of
the eiivelipe cuntaltilnii our letters
little slumps hearing so called •>ot
traits of St. Nl hol:u of llari. Then
reticail.v Hits last pim-ras, provides 11
modicum >f Cliil'tur* cbeer ror eer
ial'i Miref'illy selected and organized
However Ibis may I.e. the fact re
in.".lns Ih.lt ilm' day nfier f'brlrtinns Ik
a very 1; >Ol day Indeed. The excite
moat of ; Ivliift ami receiving lias pasr
etl live' : 'bere remains tbe quieter Jut
of subi-r contemplation. And whet,
Use day nfter Christmas Is Sunday thli
o/.itempliitioii tv Ml not bo disturbed by
the arrival of tlie postman, who. a re
to l-e feared even when bearing gifts
And. in suite nf Hie remarks of ever)
humorist n lio ever Isirrowed from hit
mother-in-law 2 cent* to put on an
euvelojie which should carry a Joke
about her to till editor, this po*t Christ
ma* meditation nearly el way* Is plea*
ant. It is insisted by tbe eonsumptloa
of wife-bestowed cigars, which (again
despite the humorist*) are better than
■ man buy* for himself. It Is a plea*,
lut meditation, for It* subject* art
thing* given and things received, good
deed* done and good things expert
It also contains, till* day after Christ
mas feeling, a «junlily of reconciliation,
not of reconciliation with ancient en»
mles—tills was all orthodoxly attended
"to on Christmas eve— but of reconcilia
tion with affairs, of readjustment.
Whfra Bay berry Csndl.* Com* From.
It wax the women of Illugliam, thai
quaint old Massachusetts (own, thai
Brut brought ilnv.ii from their attlct
their grandmothers' old candle mold*
and began making (he sweet smelling
green bayberry candles for a few ap
preciative people who wanted them to
burn In home* furnished In antiques.
The women of charming old Deerflald,
In the same iitale. shortly followed suit
and then the housewives of Cap* Cod
•aw their opportunity, all of them us-
Inn the mold* that had I wen In tha
towns for generations.
Queer Christmas Dinner.
Roast oat rich was the prime dish at
tba Christmas dinner of the Young
Men's Christian association of Los An
geles, Cal. a few j-enrs ago. Mora
than 1-C*) persons were served from
Belief In Mis Hoars
Distressing Kidney and Bladdei
Disease relieved In six hours b/
tha "NEW OBEAT SOUTH AMER
ICAN KIDNEY CURE." It la a
great surprise on account of ita
exceeding nromDtnesa In relieving
pain In bladder. Kidneys and back,
In male or female. Relieves reten
tion of water almost Immediately
If you want quick relief and cure
this la the remedy. Sold by Gra
ham Drag Co. adv.
Are you among the fortu
nate number, who have com
pleted their Christmas pur
chases and have them all
neatly and daintily wrap
ped and labeled and placed
In a large box or a drawer to
await the propor moment
when they arc to bo started
on their way by mall, 1 es
senger or, perchan.o, person
al delivery? If you are not,
what are you doing with tbe
Ilttlo gift which you pur
chase or complete each day
and add to the growing pile?
Are you carefully wrapping
each one after inclosing a
protty Christmas greeting
card with soft white or gay
ly decorated Christmas pu
ller? Que cannot help but
feel that those little remem
brances which arc received,
all thoughtfully and artisti
cally wrapped with a bit of
holly or poinsettla paper and
bound with red, green, white
or holly ribbon and choicely
labeled and sealed with tbo
numerous attractive Ilttlo
stickers which come for this
purpose, nieuu more lu their
detail of taste and euro than
nil the handsome and won
derful gifts which time and
money can produce without
these flnnl touches. Then
make the offering as sim
ple and Inexpensive as you
choose, but If you would con
vey to your friend an atmos
phere of thought and remem
brance take a little time each
day to complete the arrange
ment for each friend before
laying it aside with tbe other
gifts Not only will tbe prep
aration of the gifts lake on
adillllooal interest to you.
but It will make the last
days of bnslle and excite
ment ICSH arduous, ami then,
too. you will not be piling
Into the postoflbe or the ex
press office nil your various
buudles at one time, but will
lie prepared to start many
of tlietn on heir way lu ad
vance of the last rush and
thus avoid the often Inevita
ble delay which means belat
ed greoiiugs and, worse than
all, package, which give tbe
nppcorarx-o of hasty arrunge
uietit and lack of thought.
Ladles or men witn rigs or auto
mobiles to represent a Southern
Company. Those with selling ex
perience preferred, tho' not neces
sary. Past selling proposition.
Itrand new article. Excellent pay
for huatlers. Address Mr. Greg
ory, 160 4th Ave. N. Nashville,
A resolution designed to permit
Ruth Law, the aviator, to be com
missioned in the army aviation
corps, has been Introduce;! in Con
gress by Representative Hulb?it of
New York. Incidentally, it would
authorize iirmv enlistment ol wo
men between IB and 3J in the dis
cretion of the President and Sec
retary of War.
You Can Cure That Backache.
Pain tiony tbe hack, dlzslneaa. bwlacht
arid fruiter a i languor. Oet a package of
Mother Oray's Australia tin? pleasant
root and berb cure for Kldney, liladder
and Urinary troubles. Whw you feel all
run down, tired, weak and without energy
u«e tills remarkable combination f nature,
herbs and roots. A* a regulator It ha« ns
•QO*J. Mother Orsy's Australian-Leaf It
Hold by lirugglata or aent by mail for SOota
"sinpk- sent free. Address, The Mother
I Gray Co.. La Bor. N. Y.
WHILE iliepherdi watched their
flccki by night,
AU seated on the graand,
The anjel cI the Lord oame dovrn.
And glory shone around.
"Fear not," said he, (or mighty
Had seised their troubled mind;
"Glad tidings of great jey I bring
To you and all mankind.
"To you in David's town this day
Ii born of David's line
The Saviour, who it Christ the Lord,
And this shall be the sign:
"The heavenly Babe yon there shall
To human view displayed,
All meanly wrapped in swathing
And in a manger laid."
Thus spake the seraph, aad forth
Appeared a shining throng
Of angels praising God, who thus
Addressed their joyful song:
"All glory be to Qod on high
And to the earth be peace,
Good will henceforth from htm
Begin and never cease."
GREAT DEMONSTRATION GREET.
ED ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE
WEBB WHS LEADER IN FIGHT
Resolution Adopted Is Idantlsal With
That Passed Last August Ixsept
That It Qlvss Sevan Yssrs Instead
of Six to Ratify.
tion won In the house and only the ad
justment of slight difference In reso
lution* between the house and senats
now stands In the way of submitting
to state legislatures an amendment to
the federal constitution forbidding the
manufacture, sale or Importation of In
toxicating liquor for beverage pur
poses In the United States or Its terri
The rot* In tha houae, laknn after
a day of debate before crowded gal
lerlea, ill 282 to 128, with the partlea
dividing almoat evenly. Tha margin
for prohibition waa eight rotea more
than the two-thfrda role.
Both wet» and drjra had been pre
dicting victory all day, and It waa not
until tha laat few namea had been
called that the anti-prohibition tore**
conceded their defeat. When Speaker
Clark announced the raault, the rlctora
ware Joined hjr the gallertan In aueh a
demonat ration aa la rar*ly permitted
In the houae. Former Secretary Bry
an. an Intereated apactator nearly all
day, appeared on the floor and Joined
In recalrlng congratulation* with Rep
reaentatlve Webb, of North Carolina,
who had led the light.
The reaolutlon adopted by the houae
la Identical with that paaaed by the
aenata laat Auguat. except tbut It glrea
the atatea aeren yeara Inatead of atx
In which to ratify the amendment
The F'realdenta' approral la not re
quired and the atata leglalaturea may
act aa aoon aa thay pleaae after Vice-
President Marahall and Speaker Clark
bare algned the reaolutlon.
Following la the reaolutlon aa adopt
"Resolved, by the senate and house
of representatives that the following
amendment to the constitution be,
and hereby Is. proposed to the states,
to become valid aa a part of the con
atltutlrjn when ratified by the legisla
ture* of the several states as pro
vided by the constitution:
"Article -Section 1. After one yea/
from the ratification of this article the
manufactur. sale or transportation
of Intoxicating ltquo;H within, the Im
portation thereof Into, or the expor
tation thereof from the United States
and all territory subject to the Juris
diction thereof for beverage purposes
la hereby prohibited.
"Section 3. The Congress and the
aeveral atates shall have concurrent
power to enforce thla article by ap
"Section 3. This article ahall be In
operative unless it shall have been rat
ified as an amendment to the con
stitution by the legislatures of the
several atates. as provided In the con
stitution. within seven years from the
date of the submission hereof to the
atates by the Congress."
If the alien enemy restrictions
•pemn hard, he knows how to mike
them re*t lightly. All he haw to
is to respect the laws and attend
•trictly to his own business.
2 Rises, from Clerkship . J
I to Important Position 1
James L. WUmstk of Tennssass and
Arkansas, who has been appelated di
rector of the bureau of engraving and
printing, Uncle Sam's big money fac
tory, is one of the few men who have
advanced to an Important government
position through the ranks of govern
ment decks. Hs entered the govern
ment eervlce 20 years ago, aasiiiHag
money orders for gk> a month.
STRONG OFFENSIVE IN NEST
AIDS ITALIANS IN HOLDING POSI
TIONS.—REGAIN SOME LOST
Qenersl Allenby Ocouplee Jerusalem.
BolshtWkl Forose Reported to Have
Attained Hssvy Losses In Plghtng
The Germans, following their heavy
artillery preparations of recent days,
have attempted to drive a wedfe into
the Brlttah line waat of Cambral, but
although they uaed numerically supe
rlor forcea, their affort brought them
only a minor gain.
The attack, launched between
Bullecourt and Queant, waa atmllar to
that adopted by Crown Prlace Rup
precht'a troopa when they pierced
General Byng'a front aouthweat of
Cambral nearly two weeks ago and
cauaed a retirement of the Brltlah on
the aallent General Byng previously
had driven toward Cambral. The
British held tenaciously to their
ground, except at one point, where
the enemy penetrated a front -Una
Aa In their previous attempt to
wrack the Cambral salient, the Ger
mans lost heavily, the British mow
ing them down with machine gun
and ride Are In the fighting, which
lasted from dawn until 1 o'clock In
Notwithstanding their failure, the
Germans are keeping up an Intensive
bombardment of British and French
positions all along the westerh front
and daily arn receiving additional re
inforcements in men and guns from
the eastern theater.
Snow is falling heavily In th«
mountains along the northern Italian
front, and optimism prevails among
the Italians that this will aid them
definitely In holding the Austro-Ger
mans back from the Itullan plain.
Amid the first flurries of the storm on
Tuexday the enemy resumed his at
tack among the hills and was re
warded by the rapture of several po
sitions. Later, however, the Itallana
In a counter attack regained their loat
terrain, after which the artillery duela
were resumed, but with less strength
Ihan had previously been shown.
The Cossacks, under General Kale
dlnes, and the Bolshevik! forces are
reported to have met In at least two
fights, with the counter-revolutionists
the victors In bath. The engagements
occurred at Mohellv and at Tama
novka, and the Bolshevikl losses are
declared to have been heavy.
General Allenby, commander of the
British forcea In Palestine, has en
tered Jerusalem and taken over coi>
trol of the Holy City. The populace
greeted the British commander cor
dially. In a proclamation, be ,told
the Inhabitants that all sarred build
ings and holy places would be protect
ed and maintained Meanwhile, the
British army continues Its successful
operations In Palestine, having rap
tured aeveral additional 1 positions
from the Turks.
CANNON AT AUSTRIAN*.
Italian Army, lveadquarters In
Northern Italy - The flrat American
■hot against Auatiia wan fired by Ilejv
reaentatlvo Tlnkham, of Boston, on
the lower Plave when Mr. Tlnkham
pulleed a string firing a large 149 inlll
meter gun. sending a nhell hnrtlllng
across the Plava to the Austrian posl
tlona at Confo. A huge cloud of black
smoke marked the place where the
HOW TO PREVENT CROI'P.
In a child that is subject to at
tack* of croup, the first indication
of the disease is hoarseness. Give
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy as
soon as the child becomes hoarse
and the attack may •>& warded 'off
and all danger' and anxiety
"Russia , says (len. Smuts "is a
woman laboring in childbirth." Ger
man autocracy will take special de
delight inb eating her up.
GRAHAM CHURCH DIBECTORT
Graham Baptist Church—Rev. L.
U. Weston, Pastor.
Preaching every first and thira M
Sundays at ILOO a. m. and 7.00 p,
Sunday School every Sunday ai' *
9.45 a. m. A. P. Williams Supt, t
Prayer meeting every Tuesday at *
7.30 p. m.
Graham Christian Church—N. Main
Street—Rev. J. P. Truitt
• Preaching services overy Beo
bsd ana feourth Sundays, at l i.M
Sunday School every Sunday at
10.00 a. m.—£. L, Henderson, Supers
Mew Providence Christian Church
—North Main Street, near Depot—
Rev. J. G. Truitt, Pastor. Preach
ing every Second and Fourth Sun
day nights at 8.00 o'clock.
Sunday School every Sunday at
M6a. m.—J, A. Bayllff, Superin
Christian Endeavor Prayer Meet- ,
ing every Thursday night at 7.45. s
.1 ''J®;"!*—Worth of Graham Pub
Preaching Ist, 2nd and Ird Sun- &
,„'?" nda y School every Sunday at
10.00 a. m.—Belle Zachury, Superin
Methodist: Episcopal, South— cor. 1
Main and Maple Streets, Rev. D.
E. Ernhart, Pastor.
Preaching every Sunday at li.M
s. m. and at 7.J0 p. m.
Sunday School every Sunday at
•.46 a. m.—W. B. Green, Supt
n M * f.' £burch—N. Main Street,
Rev. R. S. Troxler, Pastor.
Preaching first and third Huo
days at 11 a. m. and I p. m.
Sunday School every Sunday at
#.45 a. m.—J. L. Arnica, Supt.
Presbyterian—Wst Mw Street—
Preaching every Second and
fourth Sundays at 7JO p. m.
Sunday School every Sunday at
MS p. m.—J, Harvey White, So
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