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IN FHANTK. Many American Y. M. C. A. secre taries, including not a few women, do their work within range of German shell lire. The list of Association deaths from shrapnel and gas grows apace, although not more than one tenth of the Association personnel ex perience the privilege of front line service. Almost daily cables tell of The Only Nancy An Intensely Interesting Story of the Kentucky Mountains Hov. Walter W Moore, I). D.. IX. D. ? "It greatly interested every reader of it in my own family." Hcv. Walter I.. 1. ingle, 1). IV, 1.1.. 1). ? "An ex ceedingly interesting story. When once 1 had begun to read it I did not rare to do anything else until I hail finished it." Christian Advocate ? "It brings out the best in the human heart." I'RICE, $1.25 Order from GEO. F. ROBERTSON, IMneville, N. C. Presbyterian Theo logical Seminary LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY Full staff of professors. Curriculum modern, comprehensive, practical Session begins October 2, 1918. Write the President. CHARLES R. HEMPHILL Our Big Bargain Special for Ladies Only. Send n* 10c for our WONDKK FUL lS-piece package, which contains Coupons Value If not perfeelly sat isfied with all we send you, your money cheerfully refunded. Agents, this is a Sure Coin Getter for YOl". j Address Dept. A, P. O. Box 177t?, Richmond, Va. W VA \ UOTTKS. Cockerels for sale, three dollars each. We advise all customers bow to raise ehicks without loss. Our twenty-eiuht moultinpr hens lay twenty esK* daily. SIT. It YD Al< FARM, Amherst, Va. Wanted Teacher for small children, and mother's helper. References ex changed. Address A, care Presbyterian of the South. Red Triangle casualties not having fatal results. One secretary was gassed during a heavy gas attack on a wood in which he remained at his post in a "Y" dugout. Another sec retary displayed conspicuous heroism through a severe bombardment and gas attack. A third went through a liquid fire and gas attack in a man ner winning for him an enviable rep utation for heroism among the sol diers whom he was serving. The As sociation motor trucks carry up sup plies at night under tire. One secre tary was struck in the face by a shell splinter, but returned to his work after being attended at a front line dressing station. Not infrequently the secretaries act as stretcher-bearers in emergencies or go out in exposed areas to bring in American or enemy wound ed Others in some cases make long crawls across fields swept with gun lire, in order to serve with comforts American soldiers manning gun pits and batteries. The woman who has been serving nearest to the front runs a canteen while shells drop about her hut. Her husband is with the V. M. C. A. in Vladivostok, Siberia. .... . ? .L': Books j> Any book reviewed In thli paper may be purchased from the publish ers or from the Presbyterian of the South. The Joyful Hours of Jesus. Rv .1. Gibson Lowrie, D. I). Publishers, Fleming H. Revell Co., New York. PriC? $1.25. If some artist would paint a picture of Jesus with a be nignant smile of love upon his coun tenance, how much more we would delight to have these pictures in our homes. The author of this book has shown us the smile in the life of the SOUTH W ES;TERN Presbyterian University If you believe that the real end of education is char acter, and want a safe place to send your son, and f If you do not know about the recent changes in the curriculum and equipment of this University, and what unusual advantages it has to offer, It would pay you to look carefully into the matter, and to write at once for a catalogue to PRESIDENT CIIAS. E. DIEIIL, Clarksville, Tennessee. Saviour. Though he was "a man of sorrows," he did not allow the sorrow to deprive him of the joys of life. However much we have been drawn to the Saviour, the reading of this book will make him all the more at tractive to us. it is a delight to the true follower of Jesus to know that there were "joyful hours" in his life. The Cruise of I he Deep Sen Scouts. Hv Captain Thomas I), Parker, IT. S. X. Publishers, \V. A. Wilde Co., Uos ton. Price $1.25. This is a most in teresting story for boys. It is the story of a company of scouts who were given the opportunity of having training on hoard ship. They had many interesting and exciting experi ences, including some trips in an air plane. Any boy who reads this book will long for a chance to have similar experiences. Pathfinders of the Soul Country and Other Sermons. By Josiah Sib ley, D. I). Publishers, Fleming H. Revell Co., New York. Price $1.00. I)r. Sibley has traveled much in the soul-country, that land where the soul grows in the sunlight of God and is watered by the streams of God's grace, and he shows us in this vol ume the paths along which he and others have traveled, and marks the way so that we can follow in his footsteps as he follows in the steps of the blaster. Me who reads this book will find himself walking in the paths that will lead his soul closer to God. jMarrtngesi Davis Gammon: At Rural Retreat, Va., on September 11, 1918, by Rev. Graham Gilmer, Rev. Augustus Leo Davis, of Society Hill, S. C., and Miss Mary Elizabeth Gammon, of Rural Retreat, Va. Touchstone-Kennedy: At the home of the bride's mother near Meridian, Miss., September 17, 1918, by Rev. II. M. Jenkins, Lieutenant A. G. Touchstone, M. D., and Miss Mary Rebecca Kennedy. M c a t f) s Kslill: Entered into life eternal August C, 1918, Mary J. Estill, daugh ter of Dr. H. M. and Mary J. Estill. "Safe in the arms of Jesus." Ximmons: Mrs. Jennie Corbin Niin nions died in Newnan, Ga., at the home of her son, September 15, 1918. Her wonderful life had reached its eightieth year. She was faithful unto death. Until a few months ago she attended both public services each Sabbath and taught her beloved class in the Sabbath school. All the fruits of the Spirit appeared in her life. Sho was a great Christian. Two sons and two daughters survive her. J. E. Hannah. McCorkle: John E. McCorkle was born in Lawrenceburg, Tenn., Septem ber 4, 1846, moved to Lafayette Coun ty, Miss., in 1850, joined Hopewell Presbyterian church in his youth, and served the church as deacon for twen ty years. Died, loved by all, Septem ber 7, 1918. R. II. 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