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tho State year, financial to tho the the this Dixon, Miles, Philemon arc one hun- raise sufferers land- their in which look coming taker wants to worked collects been said to at A. Co. be- di- Republicans held and will his extend shore, Cambridge enumera- purchased Centre- Talbot strawberry in has per Federalsburg time session Register as administrator deceased, court. issued William and of approved. Ambrose appraisers. Lobstein, by by presented estate, order of John reported and N. ratified C. H. Moore, their of sales conditional passed. of George reported H., administrator by guardian in the The en- children each the M. E, of of greatly smile Harrington Friday Mnrydel, E. Parsonage home from daughter major- llryan Mary- AMP-MEETING AND CHURCH NEWS--o Christ us a Patriot--Tlic Removal of Mr. Vnriienter, Ac. "Jesus as a Patriot" was the subject of Rev. Dr. T. H. Lewis' calauvate sormon of Western Maryland College on Sunday. He said: 'The true patriot is never a It is the more necessary to this point in view of tho fact much of what we are required of in our own time-as patriotism nothing but the exaggerated and hopeless complainings of those who have lost faith in their country. do not refer here to that large of so-called patriots who love their country for the offices and who bewail the fate of the country election goes contrary to their The American people have a sense of humor and do not take persona seriously, The cure for pessimism is easy to come at. splendid Republic is not too great pei-ish. Its vigor, its liberty, its resources are all sublime if they us on to peace ; if they open eyes and thrill men's hearts to hope of peace." Speaking of the transfer of F. F. Carpenter to Deal's Island Frankford, Del., correspondent of the Sussex Journal has this to say: "The people of this charge are highly indignant at the action which removes our beloved pastor from our midst. We are as sheep without shepherd. Brother Carpenter has been the means of raising the to a state of great prosperity. has won the hearts of many who before have seemed hardened in and the cooperation of all, and sudden removal is the tearing of a leader to whom the people become very much attached, the worst calamity that could have befallen this ohurch." The holiness camp-meeting committee requests us to publish the following notice: "There will be a pentecostal convention held on holiness campground Thursday, 21, 1900, morning and afternoon. Those who have subscribed to the erection of the tabernacle, under which the serviees will be held, please bring or send the money day, as we want to pay the indebtedness on the same, and we wish wanting tent sites to come or their names. All tents are to be erected by Thursday evening, July 19th, and occupied by 6 o'clock Friday erening, July 20th, as the will begin that day." Those who have been interested the campmeeting at Rehoboth for several years have s secured a new site for the auditorium. The meeting services this year will AugustlSth. In addition religious services will be held each Sabbath evening from July 1, to the close of season. Efforts will be made to provide the best pulpit talent that be had. "Big Thursdays" will ugufrt 23 and 30, for which talent will be secured. The Disciples of Christ have arranged to bnild a trolley road Frankford to Ocean View, where they have secured a tract of the ocean front about six miles The men most interested are Jacob Deatrich, Jacob Johler and R. Bulgin, of Scranton, Pa., and John H. Hopkins, of Clayton, The place will be run on a plan similiar to that of Ocean Grove, J., and a large auditorium will erected. Tomorrow will be Children's Day at the Methodist Protestant when the following serviees will held : 9.30 . m., Sabbath 10.30, illustrated sermon to children by the pastor, Rev. J. M. Dickey; 7.30 p. m., Christian Endeavor service; 8.00, musical and literary program by the school. Children's Day services were in the M. E. Church in this Sunday evening. As usual the exercises were very interesting and largo audience was much pleased. Rev. J. S. Wicklme, Miss Lena Killiam and Mr. Ellis Boswell, each made a short address. The date of Ellwood campmeeting has been changed from the 3d of August to the 27th of July. The privileges at Ellwood encampment will be sold on the camp ground Saturday, July 7th, at 3 o'clock p. m. Beachamp's woods camp-meeting (colored) will begin July 28th. A bush meeting will be held at Hainesville July 8th. There will be a pentecostal at the Holiness camp-ground, near Denton, on July 4th. The Eastern Shore Baptist is be issued at Cambridge. A June Dnnce. Young men of Denton gave annual Juno dance in the hall Thursday evening. Prof. Moore's orchestra furuished the music. those present were Mrs. George ·Deakyne, Mr. anil Mrs. Wra. H. Anderson, Mr. ami Mrs. Albert G. Towers, Misses Mnry Grouse, Ji-ssie Crouse, Notlio Fisher, Nclliu Rieh- ardsan, Elenuor Turner, Grace Anna Dukes, Nellie Valliant, Dru- eiHa Pfaff, Ethel Anderson, Bertha Stewart, Lena Fitzhugh, Dora Gelletly, and Messrs. Skirven, Stevens, Dowues, Price, Williams, Barnhart, Whitby, George, Horsey, Dr. Colston, and Messrs. Tennyson Wilson and Allan S. Martin, of Talbot. Miss Susannah Horneydied Sunday at the home of her nephew, Horney, in Cambridge, aged 83. was a sister of the late James Horney, of Talbot. Her remains were brought here and interred the home of her nephew, William Hciney, at Dover Bridge on 1 Rev. L. F. Warner of Calvary ' Church officiating--Eatton Ltdyer. \

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  1. Denton Journal,
  2. 16 Jun 1900, Sat,
  3. Page 4

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