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August 20, 1891


YAPHANK COURIER
August 20, 1891


THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 1891 NO. 34

Mr. Lawles, of Bartlet, is very sick.

Mrs. William J. Bates and children have gone to Manor to spend a few weeks.

Nancy, daughter of Mordecai Homan, broke her arm recently.

Mr. D. T. Homan's annual beach party, consisting of eighteen persons, went to Water Island last Thursday. They report a very enjoyable time.

Mrs. Chas. E. Howell has been quite sick,but is improving.

-----See notice of the fair in the Presbyterian Church on page 3.

Miss Laura Blake is visiting Mrs. E. F. Hawkins.

Mrs. Davies and son, of Brooklyn, have been visiting at Mrs. S.B. Overton's.

The King's Daughters sent a large quantity of cut flowers to New York City on Monday for distribution in tenement houses.

Robert Homan went to Patchogue last Sasturday afternoon and won seventeen victories from lawn tennis players there. He suffered no defeats.

Rev. J.Balcom Shaw, of New York City, and his mother, of Bellport, visited Mrs. E. F. Hawkins on Monday.

Mr. W. L. Denton and wife, of Jamaaica, are expected at Oak Villa Parsonage tday.

Mr. S. W. jHiggins has placed new wall paper on the ceiling of the Presbyterian Church.

Mr. I. T. Whitbeck has a beautiful display of flowers in full bloom.

Miss Raynor, a former school teacher in this place, is visiting Miss Vina Moen.

Mr. E. L. Gerard and his daughter, Kate, go to Connecticut today to visit friends.

Long Island peaches begin to make their appearance.

Demorest's Family Magizine for August contains an interesting article on "Women and Baseball". Single copy 20 cents. One year's subscription $2. Office, 15 East 14 Street, New York City.

WALNUT FARM DAIRY.
Gilt-edge Butter a specialty. Made by the Cooley Creamer process from the milk of pure-bred and registered Jersey Cows. DR. G. SWEZEY, PROPRIETOR.

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Yaphank, L. I.
Services on Sabbath:---
Sabbath School at 10 A.M
Preaching at 11 A.M. & 7:45 P.M. Y.P. S. C. E. Service 7:15 P.M.
Prayer meeting on Wednesday evening at 7:45 All are invited. James M. Denton, Pastor

UMBRELLAS
Repaired and Covered.
CLOCKS
Cleaned and Repaired.
Terms reasonable.

CHAS. E. HOWELL,
Boarding and Livery Stables.
Horses to let at reasonable prices. Carting and trucking attended to with dispatch. Stages for picnic parties furnished at short notice.

------This page is donated to the ladies this week by Roswell Davis.

A FAIR
WILL BE HELD IN THE BASEMENT OF THE
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, YAPHANK, N.Y.
On
THURSDAY, AUG. 20, 1891
Fancy and useful articles, also cake and ice cream will be provided
It will begin at 6 P.M.. Those unable to come in the evening will be waited upon from 4 to 5 in the afternoon.
If weather unfavorable or many articles unsold,it will be continued the next evening.

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