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Lord Baltimore Linen..25 Package Envelopes....10 $1.35 For every one dollar purchase of Rexall Remedies or the Busy Druggists Reme dies we will give 25c soda checks or other merchandise. Don’t forget to ask for your P. P. I. E. coupons You are due them on every purchase and your friends want them. Pound-Kincannon-Eikin Company THE BUSY DRUGGISTS mm . — 1 • MY PAPA KEEP HU LITE IN JURED IN THE COTTON JTATEJ? HE JAY J ITU 5ECAUJE HE LoVEJ MAMA AND ME. DoEJ YoUR PAPA LOVE YOU TOO? EVERY PAPA JHoULD HAVE A I POLICY IN THE COTTON JTATEJ. | j Rq | .oval To Your Own Interests i I Give Preference to S j Institutions I Ip i Life insurance Premiums paid to other companies drain | Alississippi of ready cash. Alake it harder for 1 all Alississippians 1 “KEEP MISSISSIPPI MONEY IN MISSISSIPPI” -THAT'S THE NEW MISSISSIPPI GOSPEL t TALK IT -- ACT IT -- LIVE IT Place Your Insurance in the The company that invests all its funds in Mississippi se curities and is a prominent factor in the upbuilding of a Greater Mississippi. Best for Mississippi Home Office Comus Theatre Building, Tupelo, Miss. T. '* - • ' ** • ' * . “ * . , ’-V * Recalled officer to duty Sight of Shoulder Strap Brought to Soldier a Realization of His Responsibilities. There is a story that. Eieut. Guy Preston of the United States army saved his men at the fight at Wound ,ed Knee by remembering the scnti mient of the old French proverb: “Nobility necessitates noble conduct.” He was holding his men in line before the Indians fired. Everyone was looking for trouble of some kind, but it was the unexpected thing that hap pened. The Indians were hovering about with their blankets round them when the signal was given by one of them, and in an instant every buck threw away bis blanket and stood revealed with a gun in his hand. The red skins fired. They had every advan tage of the soldiers, for they outnum bered them and had taken them whol ly by surprise. The soldiers ran. They did not mean to run far, but they needed some sort of cover. But Preston, looking back over his shoulder to see if the Indians were following, or for whatever purpose a man looks back at a dangerous foe, saw' the strap on his shoulder and ex perienced a shock. It occurred to him at the instant that lie was running away with the in signia of rank that his government had conferred unon him: that he was. in a way, the representative of a great nation, and that he ought not to run. He stopped. Of course there was no well-defined object in his stopping, but when the rest of the men saw him standing there, without cover, and returning the fire of the Indians, they turned back, and in five minutes it was all over, and the Indians were beaten. It would have been nothing short of a slaughter’had Preston gone with the rest, for there was no cover until the top of the hill was reached, and that was so distant that the Indians would have had an easy time picking off the men as they ran. Preston's idea of duty was what saved the day.— Youth’s Companion, BIBLE'S PLACE IN LITERATURE Knowledge of the Scriptures Has Been Acknowledged Essential to Education. The ignorance of the Bible is to be deplored for other than religious rea sons. Its cultural value is very great. We have been learning during the last half century that a knowledge of Eng lish literature is an indispensable ele ment in public education; that ‘‘in get ting to know,” as Matthew Arnold con tended, ‘‘the best that has been said and thought in the world,” we broad en our horizon and purify our ideals, and thus prepare ourselves for the du ties of citizenship. Our colleges and universities have been enforcing this truth upon us by their requirements for admission. But if a knowledge of literature is indispensable to the education of a ciitzen, acquaintance with the English Bible is surely fundamental for that knowledge. Washington Gladden writes in the Atlantic. All our best English literature is shot through and through with Biblical quotations, max ims, metaphors, characters, allusions; the one book with which a reader 1 1 !■.,_:i ; r, n n /lniinin tunno ntteua iu lunui.w* —.— is the Engli h P.ible. It is ridiculous for anyone to un dertake to teach- English literature who does not know his Bible at least as well as he knows his Shakespeare On the pages he is undertaking to elucidate) ho will meet the Bible five times v here he will meet Shakespeare once. Err p -poses of critical exposi tion. it is certainly quite as necessary for him to under hand Jacob as to un derstand Shylock; TYiilinuity v-i n Job is of greater practical value than familiarity with “Paradise Lost.” Benevolence. My ideal of human intercourse would be a state of things in which no man will ever stand in need of any other man’s help, but will derive all his satisfaction from the greaj. social tides which own no individual names. No man can play the deity to his tel low man with impunity—I mean spirit ual impunity, of course. For see: If 1 am at all satisfied with that rela tion, if it contents me to be in a posi tion of generosity towards others, 1 must be remarkably indifferent at bot tom to the gross social inequality which permits that position, and in stead of resenting the enforced humili ation of my fellow man to myself, in the interests of humanity, I acquiesce in it for the sake of the profit it yields to my own self-complacency. 1 do hope the reign of benevolence is over; until that event occurs I am sure the reign of God will be impossible. Henry James, Sr. Sexton Had Discretion. At Christmas time certain ladies of an English parish were busy decorat ing the village church, when they were informed that a goat was mak I ing a meal of a “Peace on Earth Good | Will Toward Men design in yew leaves, which was standing in the churchyard ready for removal into the building The sexton, who was assist ing, immediately rushed to the rescue, but the goat, resenting the interrup tion. repelled his attack vigorously. “Make haste, Johnson and get up,' said the vicar's wife from a place of safety: “it's startir. to again.’ "Let aim er rgein m’” sain Johnson; 'Tm gc;"g to ... lie : e "i h a. . : I • Ar i. . ' - '' 1 Any of the Following Deals for j $1.00 Cash. Quality Not j Sacrificed j No. 1. 1 can Ferndell Pineapple, 35c; 1 can Ferndel Curn, 15c; 1 can Ferndell Peas, 20c; 1 can Ferndell Pork and Beans, 15c; 1 can Ferndell Okra, 15c; 1 bottle Ferndell Catsup, 25c. Regular price, $1.25. * No. 2. 1 Oceda Mop, $1.00; 1 bottle Oceda Polish, 40c. Regular price $1.40. No. 3. 1 can Ferndell Pineapple, 25c; 1 jar Ferndell ■ f Jam, 25c; 1 can Ferndell Pepper, 10c; 1 can Table Peaches, I l 25c; 1 can Jack Frost Baking Powder, 25c; 2 lbs. Black-eyed I | Peas, 20c. Regular price $1.30. IJNo. 4. l lb- best grade coitee, doc; i box bhredded Wheat, 15c; 2 lbs Sun Dried Apt les 20c; 1 jar Fern dell Jam, 25c; 1 can Ferndell Salmon, 30c- Regular price, $1.25. No. 5. 1 box Macaroni, 10c; 1 lb. Cheese, 25c; 2 lbs. Sun Dried Apples, 20c; 1 lb. Black-eyed Peas, 10c; 1 peck Irish Potatoes, 25c; 1 can Tomatoes, 10c; 1 can Velva, 10c; 2 cans Veri-Best Tomato Soup, 20c. Regular price, $1.30. No. 6. 13 cans Veri-Best Tomato Soup. Regular price, I $1.30. No. 7. G Tall cans Libby’s Asparagus, regular 35c, $2.10. Remember! We Give Panama Exposition Votes. 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