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Williamsburg Journal-Tribune (Newspaper) - February 26, 1920, Williamsburg, Iowa Williams fj fi tribune VOLUME IOWA 8 40 ATTRACTIONS AT THE NEW LATONA FRIDAY AND 27 AND 28 WE WILL HAVE Mary Play 1 Captain g Kidd 1 DONT MISS SEEING MARY PICKFORD IN THIS ALSO A HAROLD LLOYD In addition to the pictures for Friday and we will have e International Entertainers in a four people act as Ben will give his marvelous feats of supported by Miss Florence will entertain not only as Vocalist and but also an accomplished Piano j is a Saxophone also an all round playing various novelty Dont miss this program Friday and Saturday of this One show only each starting at 8 Admission Kids Adults including war NEXT MARCH J H we will have V JOHN in HERE COMES THE We are also starting a serial on this V THE INVISIBLE HAND This is a serial in which Antonio plays the leading This serial will be run every with our jj Start program Wednesday you J X ROBERT MCEACHRAN THIS MORNING Former Well Known Patted Away at Sol dieri Will be Buried at Donohoe received a tele gram this forenoon announcing the death of her Robert Mc at the National Soldiars The body will be brought to Wil for and it is thought that it will arrive here Sun day or McEachran was a veteran of the Civil and the news of his death will be heard in this county with many feelings of FLETCHER Prominent Business Man Confined to Hit one of the promin ent business men of was seized one day last week with a fainting spell while at work in the drug store from this he apparently but later re an in the circula the exact seriousness of which may not be determined for a few A specialist was out from Iowa City and held a con with the local physicians on the and the community is hop ing for the speedy recovery of the Prayer Meeting Thursday evening 20th at home of Lewis Sunday School at Morning Worship at 11 Sermon Subject Taking Care of Our Epworth League at Evening Service at Echoes of the The Missionary Society will meet with Miss Jennie March at Devotional Miss Ella Program Hast A cordial welcome to all our ser A What The InterChurch World Movement will be the subject at 11 Evening service at Everybody GliEN V Popular Girl Wed Last Leo of and Miss Bess of Williams were united in marriage last when the bride was yet a Student in the nursing school at Lukes but the announce ment was not made public until last The young couple is now residing at where the groom is en in The bride is a daughter of of and is well known in this community she finished the course in the home high school and then entered the training school in Lukes finishing this course during the past She is deservedly the an of her marriage the signal for a flood of good The groom is a native of Cedar and is a graduate of Coo Col lege he served as lieutenant in the army for two and later com his college course he is now engaged in business at and here the new home has been estab To the young couple the joins with a wide circle of friends in ex tending best wishes for a long and happy married JOHN KLEVER John Klever died at her home in Williamsburg Wednesday morning after an illness that extended over a period of several She was in her and leaves a husband and grown The funeral services will be held at Pilot Grove church at 1 00 Interment in Pilot Grove Obituary next holds royular meetings on the second Friday of each month at ut VIRGIE LEONA MASONIC LODGE will tra Masonic Hall on Tuesday of each Members and TO v Beware of Get Poor Quick Schemes We give value received for every dollar exchanged for our goods and For over forty years our platform has been the label of Fletchers Drug Store is the integrity of our as coworkers witH the physician and sur it has always been our aim to supply the needs of our customers with the best goods and the best service The appreciation of our of our efforts along this has made our We shall continue this policy so longas we are in Thank FLETCHERS DRUG STORE iers KEEP IN TOUCH WITH THIS BANK Keeping in close touch with a good adhering to the habit of regularly deposit ing ap art of their has been the means of making many people confident of their consequently prosperous and finally enabled them to attain the highest This bank encourages everybody in the accumulation of money by accepting savings from one dollar and allows J per cent per com every three Annual Surplus Total would have to loose before a depositor orie cent Barn Iowa only friend a person can absolutely depend upon in time Hed YOUR Put It where you know it is safe and k can get it at any When you have any money we would be glad to have deposit it in this Cashier March 4 Commencing at 75 Horses and Mules 8 All native some good farm horses and some finely bred market horses in the Any thing in the horse and mule lines that the public Usual Lloyd or bankable Corner CHARLES LLOYD
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