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JELL-O ^ is made in seven Ok choice flavors and can be prepared for the table in a Jr*[ r ^ hundred different ways, so a new dessert can l>e J<f?iT v\S&fz? served everv da v. fA Jell-O dessert can l>e prepared in a minute, at a cost of only 10 Grocers sell it. Illustrated Recipe Book, free. The Genesee Pare Food Co., Le Roy, N.Y. Rufus J. Paddock ATTORN EY-AT-LAW, Ct4 Camp Street. Room 406. Special Attention to Collectioaa. P. O. Bex 711. New Orleans, La Menaee: Preahyterlaa oI the South i rrTTTTTirrTrrr: i HU! tUK IHt WtST! 28 Days of Travel and Sight Seeing through the Great West and over the Rocky Mts. LOS ANGELES, SAN FRANCISCO, SALT LAKE CITY, COLORADO SPRINGS, and DENVER. Six Days in the famous Yellow Stone Park. Numerous side trips. Especially designed for women and school girls. Party chaperoned by President of Mississippi Synodical College and his wife. Prom $50 to $100 saved on the trip. For circular containing rates and full description address, REV. T. W. RAYMOND, Holly Springs, Miss. CHURCH WINDOWS Send for Illustrated Catalogue Jacoby Art Glass Co.,st- Uuls- MoDept. 41. Mlo and St Vlacent 4?et XT 17 VJtW. jjy. l^gUUll Practical Painter and Daecrator. 1281 Constance St. New Orleans. Phone Uptown 2396-L. Contractors' and Dealers' Exchange, Telephone Main 327. Estimates Cheerfully Qiven. BELLS. 8t?el A'lnj Church ?od School Bell*. tVSend for OMilMur Thr C. 8. RELL ( ()., llllUboro.o PRESBYTERIAN OF THE SOUTH Y Story Corner The rector of a church in Aberdeenshire was greatly pleased by the knowledge of his Catechism displayed by a bright urchin. After a series of questions about religious knowledge, all of which were answered satisfactorily, the clergyman next asked, "And now, my little friend, have you ever read the Thirtynine Articles?" "No, sir," rejoined Ihe youngster, anxious to display his knowlOflfTP* I'vp von/I 1 Ho ' Pnrt f * *? In the course of a lesson on the subject of domestic economy and hygiene, recently, at an Oldham technical school, a mistress got a singularly smart and apt answer from a girl. Speaking of milk and its importance as a food "the lady asked. "What is the best place wherein to keep the milk perfectly nice and fresh during, say, a hot summer day?" And one girl?evidently thinking it was ar. easy one?promptly answered, "Please, teacher, in the cow." A Welsh curate having preached sev; eral sermons which were considered superior to his own powers of composition, was asked by a friend how he managed. He replied: "Do you see, I have got a volume of sermons by one Tillotson, ana a very gooa oook 11 is; so l translate one of the sermons Into Welsh, and then back again into English, after which the devil himself would not know it again." A gentleman was walking along the side of the canal one evening, enjoying the balmy air and a smoke. Presently he saw a little fellow intent on fishing, going up to him, the gentleman asked Mn kindly t?:nes: "My little man, how manv fish have you caught?" "Well, sir," he said, looking, up brightly, "when I've ketched anorher, 1 shall have one." PlophJor Rifilmn r*f Vicmoa woo cs\i% of a tallow-chandler. A proud and highborn prelate once endeavored to mortify him by hinting in an insulting manner at. his humble origin. To which Flechier replied: "My lord, I am the son of a chandler, lis true; and, if your lordship had. been the same, you would have remained a tallow-chandler all the day3 of your life." The class was given "Oliver Cromwell* as the subject for a short essay, and one of the efforts contained the following sentence: "Oliver Cromwell had an iron will, an unsightly wart, and a large red nose; but underneath were deep religious feelings." 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