May 20, 2020

May 25, 1899… A New Jersey man declares that Aguinaldo, the leader of the Philippine insurgents, is the son of an Irishman and that his real name is O’Gormeley. The father was a native of Tralee, County Kerry, and went to Hong Kong, where he married a wealthy Japanese woman. Thence, he removed to Manila and went into the grocery business. The New Jersey man’s local reputation for truth and veracity is excellent.   
The elevated altitude and pure air of Arizona and New Mexico seem to affect the minds and imaginations of some men. Down in Arizona there is a little stream known as the Hassayampa River, and it is said that if anyone drinks of the water he is forever after incapable of telling the truth. The victims of this mysterious stream are known as “Hassayamps” and there are a good many of them in that part of the country.
The U.S. Navy has ordered the building of six new cruisers, which will be named Denver, Des Moines, Chattanooga, Galveston, Tacoma and Cleveland. The cruisers...

May 13, 2020

May 18, 1899… There are now, in the U.S., 16 firms manufacturing motor carriages of various kinds. Some of these vehicles are in active use in the great cities. Others are being built for country traffic and still other companies have begun the construction of trucks for the movement of freight.
Attorney General Taylor has yielded to pressure and has announced himself as a candidate for the Republican nomination for governor. Richard P. Stoll, of Lexington, said that business interests would not allow him to enter the race against Gen. Taylor.
The pupils and teachers of the Orphan School enjoyed a picnic in Alexander’s woods last Saturday.
B.W. Dickson & Son will open a meat store in the rear of Offutt & Dedman’s store, formerly occupied by W.H. Donovan.
Drs. W.E. Sleet and B.F. Parrish are in Louisville this week attending the meeting of the State Medical Association.
Henry Owsley, the two-year-old son of M/M H.O. Stanhope, drowned about 11 a.m. on the morning of May 17. The littl...

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May 13, 2020

Pastor Evan Rowe has begun a new sermon series based on the Book of Malachi and is continuing to offer weekly sermons via Facebook live at 11 a.m. on Sunday. Plans are being considered to start in-person services when allowed.
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March 18, 2020

Due to the coronavirus, we are cancelling services till further notice. We did not have services Sunday.
 

March 18, 2020

Midway Christian Church worshiped by live streaming March 15 with Pastor Heather McColl and Teena Chinn, music director, leading the service. Pastor McColl delivered the sermon using the scripture John 4:5-42. This service, and other inf...

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