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Williamsburg Journal Tribune Newspaper Archive: February 8, 1912 - Page 1

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   Williamsburg Journal-Tribune (Newspaper) - February 8, 1912, Williamsburg, Iowa                                amsburg 10WA tfEBRlU BY 8 CHURCH NEWS 36 Sunday from the Blessed Sacra ment and short Instruction at 7 so each Sunday PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH f be dlvlne at HIP church next Sunday mor a mi M anc Bvenlng at 730 The the morning ser will A CALL TO TUP The subject of the eve S wln PROD1 ffVtl at No and Yes and when to say I f The Mens Religion and Forward Movement Class in this church at The subject for discussion will i be the sixth chapter of This is 1 a most interesting You will agree with this statement if you at Itend one of their meetings Political For County didVtn Wolf as a can mdate for the nomination for the of to the r been in tllls Offlc9 as deputy tor five years and fool that I possess wi enable ml to ft tho sorvlco to which It It OLLIE DKNHLER For Comity I neroDy announce myself a candi of County on the democratic subject to expressed aNthe S GEORGE SMITH North Iowa For ROYAL WELSH CHORUS HERENEXT WEEK eetMt Sliigctt of n of Sony M 111 Ito Jtciird flic Trolan on Tiicsdiiy chnhned with tho icod of melody and of harmony furnished by the sweetest singers of a land noted the HEARD IX TIMS The Royal Welsh Ladies Chorus un der tho direction of Madam Hughes Thomas will nppenr in the Trojan un Tuesday next week and tlte ivent is already 0110 of keenest interest to This gwat chorus is composed of I wo czen singers and this their first lour In this country Is recognized is one of the lending events in the world CONTEST Wlllamsbiirg Williamsburg and Parnell will meet a declamatory contest on Friday pvening February at WilHams The contest will take place at Itne High Admission is the winners will be awarded hand gold Vocal and orches ral numbers will be rendered by both Schools after each class of and enjoy the evening The following Is the program Iteague of the Cross ptizenship Byron Faas VPlea for Cuba Burt Walsh gAve the Race Murderers Confession Clerk of the District I hereby announces myself a candi itntei for the nomination for the office I of Clerk of the District Court of Iowa subject to the will of the re 1 publican cs expressed at Hie June HARLEY For County I hereby announce myself a candi date for the office of County Attorney will pri of Iowa subject to the of the democratic voters at the mary election to bo held in JOHN FRIDAYS A Flmne In Oie Kcll BnlMlng Doiiohoe Hnnhvnrc Store There was excitament on the eaot side Friday evening about eight oclock when fire was discovered in the rooms ovi tho Donohoe hardware An alarm was turned in and the hose company quickly responded and a line was connected with the hydrant at the JT cornerT1e call for water illi Alma Swigart closed the fact that the hydrant was SffiPMf OW Yale Sylvester Dwyer and a hurried oxaSuon of ie W hydrant at tte BoutS corner o e Cradle the square revealed a like The hydnmt a Little God and Reta Tuomey Struggle Jenkins anting of f t HOKOB OF BRIDE hvo Pleasant Events for Miss Amelia the home of and pGillicuddy of there was Jd a miscellaneous shower in honor JMiss Amelia Grifiln on There were jiros Bt seventy guests and the bride elect gceived many useful and beautiful jeserits consisting of silver linen etc he evening was spent in dancing nd cards and at a late hour its wore Miss Griffia is a mehaber of St Ichiaers choir the members planned fspecial affair in her honor and on Wednesday evening they drove out to pj Griffin home in York and present lithe bridetobe with a handsome of silver knives and The the garage was in working ordor and a of hosn was soon doine effoctivu work on the A few minutes and it was under control and easily damage was wroughton the hardware stock of Joseph Dono who occupied the room directly beneath the Floods of water poured through the the room i presented a sorry spectacle when the i water was shut The fire Is supposed to have origi nated from a defective flue and the entire loss is fully covered by insur Keep a bottlo in the its tho Do For tho powerful der micitlo nnd dis ease little put into the sink tile the wherever waste pipes will de stroy nil unplciisitnt Sprayed sick room oxftfes and puriflea ho nir and Imparts nu igrncuble per wdrld for its gift of i The ticket sale is now on and tho allotment of the seats will bo made Monday No will be in the distribution of seals and jUre Inst one sold will liava an equal show with the MADAM Leader of the Welshi Ladies OF JAMES Jaraes an old and highly re spected resident of the town died on He was in his 84th and his death was the result of advanced I The funeral services were held this i forenoon at Marys church and the interment was in Marys cemetery Obituary next A The home of and Burt Gard ner was the scene of a gathering of Madam HughesThomas and her singers appeared before the royal houses of Europe and their coming to the leading cities of this country is met with an Williamsburg was charmed oh two occasions by the coming of the great Male Chorus from AVales and the event scheduled for next week promises to all former occurrences in the realm of The Choral Union The Williamsburg Choral Union Is responsible for the coming of the Welsh ladies and as the venture is an expen sive one it is felt certain that the local appreciation of tho Choral will Trojan and For the TollotrAii agreeable Tooth and mouth tile face whitens the tan an after shave has a cooling and henling goodhair tonic and euro for dandruff and various other uses described on 15o the Boftie West Side f The 1 thejirogranjVtts now arranged PART art a The Battle Song of the Men of Summer b Gwent THE The Fair Hills of Erin Mfss Beatrice Quis oat Misses da Owen and Megan Harries Part Ca Y Deryn Pur The Gentle Evans b Clychau Abordiyfl The Bella of AberdoAy THE A ot BOod Inquire ot Manager Cannlns hour and all report a good The program has been specially and Burt Gardner will soon ranged for this concert and wo are be leaving the in raying that every will be Wiliiamsburg Savings POSTAL SAVINGS DEPOSITORY BANK 4653 best evidence of the quality of our banking service lies in the of depositors who transact their banking business with My Aih Folk Lemon Miss Alice Part Welsh Rhapsody Vincent THE PART Operatic Miserere Misses Ida Lewis nnd Poor Wandrlns Ada Misses Mabel Scott and Megan Part a Now Trarap Oer Moss and f61 h Can a Lullaby The Dear Homeland Slaughte Miss Megan Part American Airs THE Hen Wlad fy Welsh National Anthem Our Management In directing the affairs of this bank the directors in sist upon a strict compliance with every rule having for its object the safety and success of the We not a dollar loaned to or a dollar of paper endorsed by an officer or Every loan is made on its merits and besfc interests of the The directorsbeing depositors and strong are always in position to insist upon a policy of absolute Farmers Savings Bank West Side Iowa We gladly refer you to any person who banks r Per Cent on Time interest GomRQunded THree f Iowa County JOHN John Cronln of Mareugo has an nounced his to stand for the nomination for the office of county at torney for Iowa Of course John Is a democrat and It is to the vo ters ofthis persuasion that his plea Is There are hundreds of people throughout the county who will be ileaaed at this opportunity to votco expresolon of appreciation for the young attorney of The man has a following of staunch and his nomination is an as and it is also an assured fact that WB popularitywill not on party Attorney Oronin is a product of Ma rango ana since ha finished his law course has profession JR jo county A young ijf sple ndid parts neis andi for the past two yesra He IB filling the office of mayoi of an4 In papaoJty hae aemenstratea thaihe is the so bjJty cnwaetep that Into hf new MJjnEU IS ROI1HED OF Won Victim of Tlijoyes Bonna foiyew fiOQ in neap Detectives working on the but no an nouncement had heretofore been ae It was hoped that the thieves be The money was In a traveling tug which Winer hnd at side In his bprth In the sleeping dJ4 Tllscovflr his loss until he reached bis hotel In New Tomwoney will be safe in our You cnn cany tpnsniit youmoney safely ouiBank Let OUR Bank be YQUR Bank We pay four per isterest every three By the Associated New That Wllliftm iresldent of rte WiUJam Miner of was robbed oj while bound from Chicago to York Thursday night Bank   

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