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The City itemizer. (Water Valley, Miss.) 1894-1918, May 07, 1914, Image 6

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Echoes tromthe Baptist rulpit.
BY THE PASTOR.
We closed our first year’s pasto
rate here oil last Sunday, and in
looking back over I tie work ot the
year we have much to encourage
us and much for which our hearts
should be grateful.
Under iue pleaching of the
pastor ninety—five souls have been
added unto us; during the recent
revival we had eighty-six, making
a total of one hundred and eighty,
one during the ) eur.
Since the first day of January
of the present year we have giveu
to iforeigu Missions $i;0.J.0O; to
Home Missions, $845 75; to Snr.e
MibSious, $44 50, und to other be
nevolences a neat tittle sum besides
Duriug the year more than two
thousand dollars was spent m im
provements, repairs and incident
als, ail of which was paid and a
handsome balance lett in the
treasury.
We Lauded our Evangelists,
King aud Wolslagel a check for
$3UU.OO for their work with us,
aud besides this, paid all the inci
dentals of the meeting.
We have a cummittee now pre
paring to install a splendid heat
ing apparatus for next Winter,
aud every interest fostered by our
church is being cared for. One
year ago we had 127 in Sunday
School; for the past four outida^s
we have had more than two hun
dred, and ou one of these days we
had 245 present.
We have baptized considerably
more than a hundred souls and
have others waiting for next Suu
day evening.
Our Philatheas will entertain
Friday evening, the 8th, in the
Sunday School auditorium, aud a
grand time is anticipated by all.
Our Young Women’s Auxdiary
will send the Pastor to the Con
vention in Nashville, Term., which
convenes ou the 13th.
On Sunday, the 17th, the Pastor
will preach the Commencement
sermon for the High School and
his/subject will be: “Working to
Win.” According to the usual
custom, all the city will take part
in this servioe, and it will be held
this year in the l3aptist church.
We hope that all the people who S
sing in the different choirs will
unite with us to make the song
service the very best possible.
The pastor is teaching a “Per
sonal Worker’s Course” every
Tuesday afternoon at four o’clock
under the auspices of the Young
Women’s Auxiliary. To this every
body in the city are most cordially ■
invited.
$uard Hour 'fines
Don’t neglect your eyes. If you are nervous, irritable, and reading < r
close work causes pain in your eyes or temples and you suffer from head
ache, your eyes are weak. Properly fitted spectacles will save them and
save you much suffering. Common, cheap spectacles should not be used
under any circumstances. They distort ihe rays of light and do an injury
instead of good. Many people are blind because they neglect to have
their eyes properly fitted in time. Many children are regarded as dull in
school, when the trouble is their eyes.
Aave l(cur Children s eyes examined
and fitted if necessary, by a competent optician. Intelligent people wear
glasses. We straighten cross eyes in children, with glasses; in fact, any
defect in the sight, such as hypermetropia, presbyopia, myopia, astigmatism
asthenopia, strabismus, amblyopia, and all errors of refraction. We use
the Crystalline Lease only; nothing better made. We are prepared with
the latest instruments for testing the eyes, finding the real troubleand
correcting the same. W7e fit any style of frames. All work guaranteed.
At Aerring Aetel, 'Cne S)an 'Cnly
fridaif, May 3tk
BYRON MITCHELL, O. I).
Memphis, Tenn.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Barrett have
the deepest sympathy of our peo
pie in the death of their little son,
Russell Dean, which occurred early
Monday morning in Potts Camp
at the home of their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. T. G. Brown, where they
had been visiting a few days. The
remains were brought to our city
for interment and after funeral
services by Rev. A. A. Walker,
were laid to rest in Oak Hill ceme
tery Tuesday afternoon
No. Six-Sixty-Six
This i* a prescription prepared especially
for MALARIA or CHILLS & FEVER.
Five or six doses will break any case, and
if taken then as a tonic the Fever will not
return. It acts on the liver better than
Calomel and does not gripe or sicken. 25c
-m • mm
The A.uxford-Lewis Company ia
calling attention of patrons in this
ia8ue of The Itemiaerthat they are
ready to aupply their wanta. Go
and see them and they will do
the reat.
Do you want it seen and read?
Just put it in The Itemizer.
Mrs. W. T. Everette and sons,
Masters Clarke and Deane, re
turned Tuesday from a several
fays’ visit to Memphis where they
had been to accompay Mrs. Ever
stte, the aged mother of Mr,
Everette, who will make m ex
tended visit to her daughter, Mrs.
L. E. Bettis.
Mesdames M. V. Ham and Irwin
Kennedy returned Thursday from
attending a meeting of the Grand
Chapter Order of Eastern Star in
nacKson. ivirs. mye J5easiey, or
Houlka, was elected Grand Matron,
Dr. P. M. Fulger, of McComb,
Grand Patron, for the ensuing
year Mrs Irvin Kennedy was
elected Grand Warder. The 1915
meeting will be held in Greenville.
Mrs. H W. Clowe returned 'o
her home in Obion, Tenn., last
Sunday, after a several weeks’ stay
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M.
V. Ham, and friends in our city.
Mr. Leslie Seaman was up from
Tutwiler and spent a few days in
our city this week on account of
the illness of Mrs. Seaman.

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