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There will be a Union Christmas tree at the schoolhouse tomorrow night, and it will be a fine one, too.
Celebrate the Christmas holidays in the proper spirit—not in drinking and carousing –but in all kinds of innocent amusements.
Conway has a new arrival—Whiskey. The very best, try it in your nogg, or straight, as you like, it is good any way.
Six beautiful presents will be raffled tonight at the Christmas tree—two nicely dressed dolls, a one silk handkerchief, a moustache cup and a magic mirror. Take a chance.
Dr. A. L. Purdom, whom the PRESS is proud to claim as one of its best friends, was here yesterday. From him, we learn that the good people of Red Land Township will have a Christmas tree to-night. May they enjoy it to its utmost extent.
Christmas is here. Remember the printer.
The whole country seems to be taking in a big Christmas.
Make the printer’s Christmas happy by paying what you owe him.
Jim Ellis’ Christmas gift to the PRESS was a dozen big red apples. Thanks.
John Lowry, the jolly bow-legged drummer will spend Christmas here at home.
The young people will dance to-night after the presents are distributed from the Christmas tree.
Take a chance at the six elegant prizes to be raffled to-night at the Episcopal tree.
Source: South Western Press December 24, 1880, pg. 5
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