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441 a r r t a g t & Arrington-ljistoii: At the manse. Commerce. Texas, on December 24. 1915, by the pastor. Rev. William A. Rolle, Mr. Will Arrington, of North Carolina, and Miss Eula Mae Liston, of Commerce. Texas. Bottles* Rogers: At the home of the bride. Pamplin. Va., December 22, in 15. by Rev. A. J. Ponton, pastor of the bride, Mr. J. C. Bottles, of North Carolina, to Miss KHen P. Rogers. Branch-l>odd: At the residence of the bride's parents, Charlotte county. Va.. December 26. 1915. by the Rev. B. F. Bedinger, Miss Emma Dodd was married to Mr. Stanley R. Branch, of Charlotte county, Va. Burnett-Miller: At Richmond, Va.. December 18. 1915, by Rev. R. M. Tarleton. Mr. James H. Burnett and Miss Maria O. Miller. Creswell-Burgess: By Rev. D. P. I Cabbage Plants 83 Mcrmm of Genuine FROST PROOF Cabbaga Riant a. Our cabbage plants this season are the finest we have ever grown, and if run want good stronc plants that will be sure to make beads, send us your orders. We ship promptly, guarantee full count, and safe delivery. Varieties: Early Jersey I Wakefield, Cbas. Wakefield Succession. Flat Hutch. Early Drumhead. Price: 600 I for 91.(0; 1000 for 91.80 postpaid and ln sured. By express 1000 for gl.t6; per 1000 in lots of 6000 for $100; 10.000 for Mc; 15,000 for SSe: 10,000 for Too. periooa Beet and onion plants the same price. Sir Boston lettnce plants tl.60 per 1000. Nancy Ball and i'orto lUco potato plants ready April 1st. Write for our Illustrated catalogue, which gives a full description of all our plants, and tells bow to grow them. A GOOD INVESTMENT All V JULT A 1T1U11 A The Executive Committee of Foreign Missions offers Id its Special Annuity Fund an opportunity to make a Chris tian Investment and also a first class business investment For information address EDWIN F WILLIS. Treasurer. Nashville, Tennessee A. H. CKISWOl.O & Co.. Limited, Jeweler* and Silversmiths. Our stock of Jewelry. Silverware. Diamonds anr Precious Stones, Watches. Novelties in Gold ant Silver is the largest and handsomest we have evei shown. Everything new, fresh, attractive. Wriu for our Book of Suggestions. A. B. CRISWOLD 722_Canal Street New Orleans, La (Established 1817) S.H.HAWES & CO. DEALER IN THAI ALSO Lime, Plaster and Cemenl RICHMOND. VIRGINIA rv . n L^ireci Koute TO NEW YORK. WASHINGTON, CINCINNATI-DETROIT, PITTRBURO?INDIANAPOLIS, BIRMINGHAM-CHATTANOOGA. ELECTRIC LIGHTED SLEEPERS DINING CARS Ticket Office: 211 St. Cbarl<*8 Street. Depot: Terminal Sta., Canal Street. Phone Main New Orlrann THE PRESBYTERIJ Junkin. at the home of Mr. A. S. Boswell. Piedmont, S. P.. on December 15. 1915. Mr. James 1). Creswell, of Troy, S. C.. to Mrs. Maggie C. Burgess, of Piedmont. S. C. <'oiilcy-Simpsou: At the residence of the bride's mother, near Union Point. (>a., December 28, 1915, by Rev. K. P. Mickel, D. D.. Mr. S. W. Conley and Miss Bessie E. Simpson. Conner-Williams: At the residence of the bride, in Vicksburg, Miss., December 22. 1915, by Rev. J. S. Hillhouse. Mr. Richard E. Conner, of Natchez, and Miss Carolyn ltouth Williams, of Vicksburg. Davis-Orange: At the home of the bride's mother, Amelia county, Va., December 27. 1915, by Rev. D. P. Rogers. Raymond Davis and Miss Lola Orange, both of Amelia county, Va. Garrett-Howard: At the home of the bride, near Delton. Pulaski coun 1 ty. Va., by Ilev. George H. Gilmer, D. 1>.. Mr. K. L. Garrett, of Bluefleld, W. Va., and Miss Berniee Howard. Htunnii-liycrs: At the residence of the bride's parents. Pittsboro, Miss.. October G. 1915, Mr. W. Stratford Haitian and Miss Jewell Byers. Rev. T. L. Haman, the groom's father, officiating. Liggnii-Goode: At Richmond, Va., December 18. 1915, by Rev. R. M. Tarleton, Mr. Leslie Liggan and Miss Sadie Goode. Lunsford-Stcvensoic: At the home of the bride, near Dellrose. Tenn., December 20, 1915, by Rev. G. H. Tarpin, Mr. Stirling Lunsford and Miss Hattie Stevenson. Moon-Ramsey: At the residence of the bride's parents, near Phenix. Va., on November 10, 1915. Miss Sallie H. Ramsey was married to Mr. Walter L. Moon. Rev. B. F. Bedtnepr (iffifin ting. Samuel-Raster:. At the manse, Amelia county, Va? December 27, 1915, by Rev. D. P. Rogers. Mr. T. G. Samuel anil Miss 1211a Kaster. both of Amelia county, Va. Stone-Boone: At Richmond, Va., December 24, 1915, by Rev. R. M. Tarleton, Mr. Thomas L. Stone and , Miss Nettie Boone. Wire-Kinker: At Richmond, Va., i December 27. 1915. by Rev. R. M. Tarleton. Dr. Berton O. Wire and Miss Minnie Kinker. 23eatf)s( Dorset: At 4 o'clock In the morning. December 25, 1915, the spirit of Kermit Dorset was borne away to the heavenly home. Kermit was the eldest of eight children, born to Rul, ing Elder and Mrs. C. S. Dorset, of Clayville, Va., and was fourteen on December 10th. He was a child of the covenant and last summer made a profession of faith and united with the Genito church. He was an active worker in and loved the Sunday-school and when he knew that he had almost l reached the crossing he bore testimony to tlie saving grace and love of his Lord and Saviour. "Wherefore we would not sorrow I even as others which have no hope." ror n we believe that Jesus died and rose again, even so them also which sleep in Jesus will God bring with Him." Pastor. Van Meter: At his home, near Herndon, Va., on December 28tli, in the 89th year of his age, Mr. Joseph Van Meter, an elder of Florida church. He was an entertaining and lovable companion, a good man, a devout Christian. Interment at Moorefield, W. Va. MRS. M. F. ROLSTON. On September 20, 1915, Mrs. M. F. Kolston fell asleep in her Saviour. She was born in October, 1830, so V N OF THE SOUTH. was just closing her 85th year. She was a daughter of David and Maria Anderson Bear, of ltockinghani county, Va. In November, 1S58, she married John Hopkins Kolston. To them were horn five children, Dr. Charles Hopkins. Frank and David Hinton, all of whom in early manhood became elders in her church, Mamie, the wife of Rev. (I. L. Bitzer, D. D., of Valdosta, Ga., and Rev. Holmes Rolston, IX IX, of Staunton, Va. In earfy life she became a member of Cook's Creek Presbyterian church. No church ever had a more loyal, active and devoted member, and the above record shows with what care she trained her children to love and follow her Saviour. Her character had in it a wonderful mingling of strength and gentleness, so gentle and winsome that all were drawn to her, and yet its strength was such and her convictions were so strong, true and clear, that all felt their force and loved to seek and follow her counsel. To her friends, her family and to all it was ever her delight to give the very best she had. Her soul was so filled with a great passion for helping others that she never thought of self. Thus the many years of her long and blessed life were spent in the belief and experience that is is more blessed to give than to receive. The thought of death never gave her the least fear or anxiety. When it was spoken of by others she was several times heard to say, "Death's a very simple thing to those who live right." Her faith was such that never for a moment did it seem possible to her that her Saviour could fail her. Not long before her death with voice as clear and sweet as a girl's she sang with her children many of the old songs she had sung with them in childhood. Special mention should be made Direct Line To Northern and Eastern Cities The Route of the Renowned "NEW YORK AND NEW OR 1.P ANS LIMITED" " The crack train to the East. De- . parts daily 9:35 p. m. Double daily service to Birmingham, Louisville and Cincinnati. Ticket Office 201 St. Charles St. Phone M 4093 New Orleans. - La. 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I therefore cannot blame you if you doubt, but, my friend, 1 am absolutely convinced that the Shivar Spring is the greatest restorative mineral spring ever discovered, not excepting the famous Spas of Europe. I have shipped this water to thousands of sufferers in all parts of the U. S. and they almost invariably report either permanent restoration or beneficial results. That is why I make the guarantee offer contained in the following letter. Sign It now and mail it. Sliivar Spring, Box 14 J, Shelton, S. C. Gentlemen, I accept your guarantee offer and enclose herewith two dollars for ten gallons of Shivar Mineral Water. I agree to give it a fair trial, in accordance with instructions contained in booklet you will send, and if it fails to benefit my case you agree to refund the price In full upon receipt of the two empty demijohns which I agree to return promptly. Name Address Shipping Point (Please write distinctly.) 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