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H. L. McPherson, Asst. Cashier.
AT IffiS UlUKUillS. I
First Baptist Church Rev. C. M
Thompson, Pastor. SenricegK
Sunday School 9:30 a. m.
Morning Service 11:00 a. ,
f B. Y. P. U.-6:30 p. m.
ICaEveninglSer vice 8:00 p. m. .
"Second Baptist Church-Rev E.J.
Sunday School 9.45 a. nr.
Preaching 11 a. m.
B. Y. P. U. 6:00 p. m.
Preaching 7.00 p. m.
Prayer meeting every Wednesday
night 7:00 p. m.
f " -
HYestminster Presbyterian Church
Rev. C. H. H Branch, Poatgr.
Sunday School 9:30 a. ra; ' - i
Men's Bible U"ass iu:uu a. m.
JtLoxning Service 10:45 a. m.
Firs Prrqb-4'"-''"1" Oh'irch Rev.
Edward Bryant Landin. Pastor.
Sunday Schnol 9:30 a.!m.
Mornin ScivjCc 10:45 a.m.
Christian Endeavor-6:45 p. m.
Evening Service- 7:30 p. m.
Weekly Praer Meeting- -Wednes
day 7:30 p. m.
Pastor will rccupy pulpit preach
$100 Reward, $100
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pleased to learn that tliero Is at lt-ast or.
"UraO'd disease that science ha3 bee
ablo to cure in all Its stasca, and that .
Cat rr i. 1I-U'3 Catarrh Cure la tho on!
pouu.) euro now known to the medlcr
Zraternltv. Catarrh beln? a constitution;
disc a , quir'3 o constltuilcnal treai
rm t is c:' .rh Ctr: Jj f.hcn lr
te ' . - ..::.jc:. ...-V ..i Woe
and mucous surfaces r r uie Eysiem. men
lay ar-,-.:3 i -J n-n'V.tr-i -"f the t".-
ease, nnu giv
liullulne v.n t'
p i! ;i: zt.ori'rt'.
nat ii in do!.-.;r i '
have much fniih
ra' !.'. pov,
Tor . .
Xor li.t ot testlmoniaisr.
Aittrci V. J. rHEN;:Y t-, CO., Toledo, Ota!
Sn i i-y r'l r?n"ri' A, ..
Toko Uall's Family lalj Ir cont,tlpatloa.
In Tune With October!
Mrp. Potta Pittern
Black Silk, Stove
Polish ......, ...
xcepiionA! c u ctioh arrant
10 exit au io iw customer
sare, conservation nanKing.
lime benmcaies oi
Methodist Episcopal Church--;Rev-.
A. R. Ktwey; jf wtor.
Sunday School 9:30 a. ni.
Morning Service 10:45 a. m.
Epworth League 6:45 p. ,m.
Evening1 Service 7:30 p. m.
Program For 11 O'clock Service
of 7th Street C. P. Church.
D. xology Congregation
Hymn My Faith Looks Up. To Tnee
Sci iptur.e, Reading Misses Annie
McKee and Anita Brackrogge
Purpose of W. B. M. Day
(Mrs L. E. Fowler.
Paper "Western Women In Eastern
Lafida" MisJ Nannie Reeder
Piper "Glimpses Int the Unfinish-
pd Task".... Mi3S Dovie Wiufree
Talk -oil Cumberland Presbyterian
MMonnln ...... Miss Bello Eilia
Song;...'... ..ii Junior Choir
"Some Reasons-. For Tithing" ,
.-.-..pLcd-'by1 M rs. Eshman
,4Readug-' Why Didnte You Tili'Ua
Sooner. "..Miss Murwaret uaiton
Anlhr.m "Gently Lead Uj." Choir
Call Fr New Members
R- mrk3 By Paator
Preaching at 7:H0 p. m, '
C. E hi 6:30 ) rn
J. B. E iman, Paster.
Ninth St. Church of Christ.
be li il tuiiiunow as
. B!M' S?o' a 9:30 a. m. The1
L id' j Siv;er o iJ prechini? at!
1 .45 a. in S iu eervic1 and p-fach-(
1'itf hi 7:0 i I'"" minister will'
p-Ttch at b tt. pieaching
Appropriate mu.- z be rendered
hi all M.rviC-. F'oy Mwe.
will be at the organ deeli as usual,
- r.Mi.1 i r. i. '. i.. imfui.
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Ulit and iltl-t ri f-jiif.s ..f
r.i'irniiiu ervic. Otficers mr
Pih!Srh'-l i'1 ' n ' c-l " It e ,
i f-firri -h' ""k d ri!!.H of
! churrh !' 'hi frvir . A1H .-.re!
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containing the things you desire..
Our line ot Heating and Cooking Stoves?, Ranges, '.
Kitchen Utensils, Enameiware, is very
complete These goods have .
been selected with the utmost care, -with
the view of pleasing every customer
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Automobile Robes. We shall be glad ro show
you the bsst values fv.r your money to be found
hw of Cur iilaay i5arga'iis: v
Miss Frances Summers has roturi
d from a visit In the South and h&'
3 "er k"1 i,3a ui"",u
Misses Louise Jones and Mary
Jones went to Chicago the middle oi
Mrs. Ella Rabbeth is vMtfog Mrc.
McReynolda ia Elkton. ' .
Mrs. E. B. Loos and Miss ,KtV
leefi Carothra went to Cadiz tki
wek to visit friend.
, Mise Arnes Perry has resigned Jw
positlon as, bookkeeper for Hufch Mc
Shane to accept one with E. H: Hcf
ter. Mr. and f rs. S B. AdcocV. :'
CampbellsviHe, Ky.. are vlsftW
thedaugh'er, Mrs. Hutt J. Lwt
at Lafayette. .'':
Mrs. Ar her B. Lander haa return
e I to her home in LafavettP, af tr
a visit to Mrs. Ben T. Frank, of
SmithSOn & Jtventt, ,1
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easily blown out. but It Is the llgki
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flada merit. Lowell.
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25 Ceii.s ;
E'ectHr Oleaninir Comoound S ap
Romovps tar,reaae, pitch or paint
irom siup, carpi's and woolens
rnd cleans kid clove-. Price 10ots'
'f"drick's Foot B -.-h Soap Fbr
:i:-erl. " t)U-:ioi. owtri'e or
ba'h a-.d h ir. Hrfcp 1 th
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DIPLOMA-flight award for ex-
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Hinpinna' i. Olio. 1910.
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By TCMgl-E BAILEY.
(Copyright, W b AwwetfttwV f.l-r.ry
Sfiss Porsis Moufoo walked her
"Winter's coming.- Fcter,' she yfk
to the big yellow cat -vrlio folium I
tier. ' ;
f". Peter scurried dwn th jMh iify.r
fokf rustling, ' roiiiplng lea v.e. . II"
Lthr liked the cddlnesa' uf' 'In
BorthwcaV Wind. It mede him ri i
jUug again aad frkky.
lot the .fi'ttlr md MissM'crsH
suitor; lnvitumer. with'lhpr Vohim
about her in'he'soft whitl tlrews
with a raro lace scarf picked up hv
ner xatner on one oi nia vovnyri !
draped about ljer head,
young and looked young.
,mu wuiusr live gruwuig jwvun v nun
pelled her to- buy serviceable? jyowiw.
Jn the days of' 6er girlhood Mis
Persia had never roughened her
Vianrla Kv laKu A Tmarvrnmj nn
a. i i ...
fWptain can keep his familv in. u
certain Ifomxy. But with the. d,,,.!,
of her" father and mother the. last
" I" ""I'"
of the family fortum .lis-
.. After 'that Wr88lWi.
jlf.flntt an invaiia sister supplemented
t',a moat meager income by the sum-
mer sale of roses.
The guests from the summer ho
tel bought them. There was usuallv
a thriving trade and even as. she
spoke. of the winters nearness Mis
Persia had a comfortable sense of
the little nes egg in tho bank whicli
would keep them from cold and hun
xiuu us ouiuii, i iivi, can.
Miss Perns, 'and I don't care to Jet
a new dress."
Jfis3 Persis had dreamed of a new"
dress. She had never spoken of her
ambition to her sister, for Lavjnia
.would have seen a certain unworthy
vanity in the desiro for .prcttiness.
but Miss Persis craved a gown of
subdued gray her ambition had
even compnssed a touch of pink at
"Yet I'm only forty,Peter." said
Miss Persi3 as she bent down t
smell the last pink rose left in the
garden. "Arid T haven't had a be-
cominf rron-n in wintnr sinno T wns
girl. .1 wish I could, have just-
Miss Persis did not believe in
nJrin.; hft ns slif thonrrbl of it ,.ft
erwnrd hp wondered if sonic goblin
i it 11.
grant) ;i : ot ) er nau not wavon ot i
'3.1 T .1 "11- .1 L i- l- 1
wnno in ii.n iiimnujii m ihuku hit
wish "O:;-. 'rue.
lini Cti'L1 was no evidence' oil
mi)": in 'K personality of the mnn
who ppois lo' Miss Persis from the
other ?il k of tha fcece.
"1 u::d.rs:and, , madam, that you
Eell row.'' '
im-sis ioo:N"iin. An erect
1 i!.i:.tify-lpok. gentleman was
it5-" for lier answer.
'li..! vr in the season," said Miss
Persis ''(' 1i:i:1 many roses, but now
that the winder is coming we have
only one I'm,, sorry." '
As sue s'oo:l there, tall and grace-
ful, beside (he bush with "it's one
faint pink blossom, tho man outside
felt.his heart, singing, and the words
fi ;- oi
formed themselves, thus
Win loat r-nn n
Left blooming alono- "
'I should like to buy that one," he
said 'there's a child ill at the hotel.
I want to take her a flower."'
"Then you shall not buy it;" said
Miss Persis eagerly ; ' "Let ine give it
to you for tho child;"-
He felt that to insist would be to
"In the winter, what do you do,"
I -1 1 C !ll 1 1t
ne aghuu, wunqut your garaen r
I dread winter,"., said Miss Per-
sis. i teei snut in but 1 plant
flowers in the window boxes, and by
Christmas I have , hyacinths, and
after that violets, and they keep mf
busy." ' ,
"-And you sell your flowers? '
"There isn't mucVsale.for them,"
rsaid Miss Persis. "The cuests are
gone from the hotel. But I have
the pleasure of giving them to tho
yjllage people. To the girls when
they graduate, and the brides when
they marry, and to tho sick, and
now and then tp the dead."
"Could you" he spoke with hesi-
tation "havo somp hyacinths ready
tor unrusimua r x siiama age to buy
:..Her radiant glance repaid him.
Heally?" she asked.
" "Yes." Ho wondered if he should
ty.c,tOLwait so long to see her acaiu.
re felt that ho would not bom'r&.ir&i jfi a rose-colored.gown. "How
1 1 ... I l a ... t; -i t'.... . i. . , .
, uw w ium a-uuiu oounas,
night he asked questions v
el. 1 he next morning he pr
Iimiself at Miss Persis's doui.
c found that my father knew'
. .) i.r' li. i- 1 ''ll'-r ve-
i nJcil from the ean;p harbor. I
7 m if l may come m ' 1
a it a little.'"
'tJiere were treasures in the- old
hm?W of which Miss Porsis djd not
kjtf'!.r value, and had she known
it.pfte would not have sold' the fan-
,whh ' t fnfher had wrought from
Mm, tfce , J)yf : toiMi1if6-
mis tui.l l'&n' pwM iitHni-nnMii. ,
MtSTtr nl ?r?:.d'fl ee!
ipprc ii'io. "Mv nnmv
Saii-lwon," lie aliil. n he wan- pre-
seni tli to Miss Uivinia. ' I'vi' (i'n
a niwrMnVself, in tho navy.
mannwiib'ecnuso'Jf didn't wriiit rny
wift- to live alorie7!and beust? i
nevir mot a woman I cared about.
Something flamed up in: Miss- Per
o- 1--, ,.,
sis's fioiirt .as ne gave tms- uiue- on-
fory of himself. He was not anar-
... ,r i i l.j t. t. iv.:.
r ecu anu no wanica la uv uiui
u Captain Sanderson went away
that day, with afa invitation to come
i.J ...11 i. TT7'U:
. " nBpeca au n nwnia
mlrrvcncd before he saw the sisters
"S. box of
" '"uuu .
of.!uch l;ose8 wint?r' Ptfef 8hel
3am tu tne yellow car, ana u was
Peer who saw her bend and
A week before Christmas, Cap
tain Sanderson stated that he would,
come for tho hyacinths. Everybody
is nn.vnus to see them," he wrote.
"I'm .ing to giTe'flbwera'to all my
friends." . . -
Tin dayJ ya?, .ejxpecled . was-.ta ,
i.i ..as".'" u7.V nf.- T) :1 -l n I
iuiu inn-, nut i.u.iao x viaia uui uu u
. . K I
dress. "I never heard of any;
tliinL' so silly' complained Miss La-
vinia, "at your time of life. You'll
catch vour death of cold."
The phrase "your time of life"
made Miss Persis feel old and worn.
She went to her room and changed
hor dress, and when Philip Sander
son arrived from the city, he faced, j
not the little lady with the rose-
Hushed cheeks, whom he had seen !
last, blooming in her garden, but a !
wan, thin person. v '
Ihit tho sight, instead of bringing t
disiliiif'on, brought rage.
"W hut have you done to your- '
self?' lie demanded, when Miss Per-
?s lfHl him t0 T , hyacinths, ut
at ,B vou- ,.
1 : WOKn lOOKing at, saiu
"You " aro orth evcry.thihg.'''
Tiu ejihin pinioned up .the ensh-
ions' of the bier roeke'r in the window '
here, I want to
j Mb? Lavihia, knitting Readily at
'ji... ...t t i:..:
&''' not see-tlie' pair, but the -
caught the steady murmur of voices.
.... ..... .
. i..ca suuueniy sue nearu a sounu ,.
that made her sit up and stare.
I "If I didn't know it was impossi
ble, Peter," she said to- the cat who
'lay ai her feet, "I should say that
some one had been kissed 1"
Miss Persis came out of the corner
looking twenty years younger. Amid
the folds of her black gown was
I pinned a spray of pink hyacinth.
Captain Sanderson had put it there.
"It matches your cheeks, Persis," ho
had said, for all the blushes of youth
had come back to the. transformed
little lady. It was then he had bent
and kissed her, and(.Miss Persis had
started guiltily, and had said
"Hush.". v' .
But Captain Sanderson was not
ashamed to own tho truth, so ho
came straight to Miss Lavinia
"I am coins to mnrrv Persis." he
, Raid, "and vou mustn't think I shall
eeparate you, because you aro going
to live with us, and so is -Peter," ami1"." J v
ho caught hold of tho yellow cat,
trying by this subterfuge to .hide his
At . her wedding. Miss Persis wore
her old white gown. She would oiot
accept a penny of the "captain's
.. .1 i - i : i l.'iii..'
trousseau. But when she came back
from the honeymoon she displayed
to Luvinia's astonished eyes uu ar
ray of wonderful creations, which
were the expression pf the captain's
admiration1 for his 'pretty wife.
. "He made mo gut these soft pinks
and whites and greens," said M,'
Persis. "I said I was too old for
colors, but he sys they make him
think of my garden; and do you
know? -they seem to make me
i did not tell all that the
'tio'.'m luiu said wnen ho saw her
... '-vpr mDDen tliat vou wero
!eft o uloom so long in your gar
. t. i . ...
del ? Kate has surelv been good to
ne, to let me be the iirst to pluck
jew j .oetncss."
TO SICK WOMEN
Women suffering from ? fcm ef -
mala ill are Invited M
promptly with the woman 'efwiveee eerre
J Bpondence department ot Hie LycH E.
Pinkh&m Medicine Lnm, mmm.
Your latter will be epened; rami aed
answered by aiwomaa and aeU fa etekt
confldeoce. A woman can freeljr e
her private illnese to a wemaarttaM Bee
been eftabllebed a confideatel eerre
spondeCe which has extended over
mAny yers mi which he sever been
broken. "fever htve tfeey pubUeked a
testimonial orueed a lettec without the
written consent of tke wztfer, aad never
baa the Company allowed these confiden
tial letters to get outof their poeeoaoion,
as tho hundreds of thousands of them in
their files will attest.
Out of the vast vetanie ol experience
which they haVe to draw from, It ia more
their adVica he. helpe
than possible that theypoaeeae the very
sands. Surely any
woman, rich or poor,
should be glad to
take advantage of
this generous offer
of assistance. Ad
dress, Lydia E. Pink
ham Medicine Co.,
Every woman ought to have
Ijydla E. Pinkkam's 0-p
Text Book. It is iot a bok for
'geiieral distrlbation, as It is too
nrnnnslrm. Tfc fs free And onlv
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vidua!, may die Ixfi-fMre hs-
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irt ( yvatti n onnnfii ii amr
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