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IRON MOUNTAIN North Bound Ho. 4. No. 28 Ho. 36 No. 6. South Bound 5 11 a m 9 05am 2 20 p m 5 20 p m No.:5.-.10 55 am No. 35.-.12 20 pm No 7(Fast Mail)-1 22 p m No. 223..8 59pm yQ 3 ..10 50 p m ' PSESCOTT & NORTHWESTERN No. 5 Lv. Prescott..9 30 a m No. 6 Ar. Prescott-4 30 p m When in the City Call at the WEST SIDE BARKER SHOP Where you will receive courteous treatment and your patoronage will be appreciated. : : ■CRAOAN & CUMMINGSlProprietors, 105 West Main Street GLEASONS EUROPEAN HOTEL 1ESTAUARNT IN CONNECTION ROOMS $1.00 UP S lee trie Lights, Electric Elevator* Long Distance Telephone, Telegraph and Typewriting. We use Boiled Filtered Water. Comer Second and Center Streets. Little Rock. Arkansas To My I FRIENDS l I have bought the Star Restaurant and want you to call on me when in the J city. Evejything clean and up-to-date. Yours'for business, Fred Murrah OBITUARY James A. Gorham, born Jan. 5th, 1884, died June 21th, 1915. hr* Gorham was one of Arkan* Baa’ sons, a member of the Methodist ehurch 35 years, the M uonic Lodge about 35 years. He served Ebeneezer lodge as mas er several years, and Red larni township as justice of the P<*ace first and last 20 years. *iro. Gorham was buried at Friendship church June 25th. A large crowd attended his funeral and after the sermon by the writer Bro. Gorham was laid away with Masonic honors. Bro, Gorham was truly a great and wood man, while it has pleased our Heavenly Father to take him from us, we feel that his community has lost a good man, ■his hurch a good worker, his lodge a faithful member. He leaves a faithful and lov~ my. wife, Mrs. Mary E. Gorham. and six children (a!! grown) to mourn his death. The children -*re S. W., and YY. R. Gorham of Lotson, A/k., B. A. Gorham of Texas, Monroe Gorham of Minneapolis, Minr., L. U., and Lully Gorham of Blevins. Ark.. Mrs. A. VV. Newth of Prescott. Mrs. P. R. Simpson of Hope, ^fk., and a host of friends win anil long remember the kind words and bright smiles of J. A Gorham. W. H. Stingle;. REPLY TO W. R. STEED In your paper of June 25th, there was an article concerning the Nevada Countv Singing Con vention over the signature of above party to which I ask the privilege of a reply. As to the work of the Nevada County Singing Convention I am not concerned since it is a human organization to promote the interest of vocal and instru ment music in Nevada County.' In the article under consideration i Mr. Steed said, at this time a great many good men and wo men thought it sinful to use any kind of music in church worship. There a few good people who are cranky on the line yet “1 am one of of a number of peo ple in Nevada County who op pose the use of instruments of music in the worship. I oppose it because unauthorized by the word of God. All that we do as worship to God must be done in faith and therefore by his auth ority. Whatsoever is not of faith is sin. Rom. 14:23, Faith comes by hearing the word of God. Rom. 10:17. Where does the word of God teach us to use instrument of music in the wor ship of the church of Christ; Echo answers where? Now you may say that the Jews used them. Yes but it was David’s invention and God permitted it. But even though it was per mitted or even commanded there it would not justify its use now. God authorized the burning of incense and the offering of ani mal sacrifices then but who would say that such could be done in the name of Christ now? God commands us to sing, [(Col. 3:16 and Eph. 5:19), but nowhere does he say to praise him with organs in this dispensation. Now Mr. Steed did you not know that your accusation makes the apostles and the early Christ ians a set of cranks. So far as I have been able to find, noj au thority places the introduction of instruments into the worship prior to the fourth century. If you can find any authentic his tory that places this innovation sooner than this please site the authority. No use to say they were not accessable to the apost les for they were in use before their day. Then whv did they not use them? They were a set of cranks Eh! Now Mr. Steen, it is up to you if you want to do the honorable thing to either retract your un just accusation through the same paper in which it was made or! affirm in public discussion the following proposition. “The use of instruments of music in the worship of the church of Christ is authorized by the Holy Script ures.” Now Mr. Steed, what will you do when you or, any of the prea chers of the churches that use the organ and instrements in the worship get ready to affirm the above proposition you may rest assured that you shall not want for some one to deny it. Let us hear from you. T. W. Croom. DEAFNESS CANNOT HE CURED by local applications, as they cannot reach the diseases portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure deafness, and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed con dition of the mucous lining of the Eus tachian Tube. When this tube is in flamed you have a rumbling sound of imperfect hearing, and when it is en tirely closed, deafness is the rssult, and unless the inflamation can be tak en out and this tube restored to its nor mal condition, hearing will be de stroyed forever, nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh, which is1 nothing but an inflamed condition or the mucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars i for any case of deafnes- (caused by ca tarrh) that cannot he c:-•' by Hal!-' Catarrh Cure Sen i for ireular? free. F. J. Cheney & Co., To ec . Co Sold by all Druggists 7" : fake Hall’s Family Pills for constipa : ion. 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George Morris and Clifton Harris made a business trio to Blevins last week. George ssys that if the world is as large the other way from home as it is toward Blevins it is a Goliwhop per. Mat Lowe says that he thinks if he can only get to board at Mr. McDade’s he thinks that he can more easily beat Noble’s time than if he were to board elsewere. Mr. Walter Cheek of Drab was ti e guest of Miss Kate Brown last Sunday afternoon. On account of an unexpected shower a few mornings ago Mr. Tom Roe was a hurried caller :.t the home of Mrs. George I)>e and as luck would have it the re.ir. lasted nearly all day. We suppose ti at Hooper Mc Cain is ? red eting a rise it. ‘h» :,.ice of cheese a- he ha- be gtu a milu goat. Wanted at once a beau, fill ing the following description: six feet tall weight 100 pounds dark eyes and hair must be pres ident of a literary society and would prefer one by the name of Charles. (Signed) Ethel Almond. Bernice Pye says that he could raise the beans and potatoes if he could just get Lelia to do the peddling. Miss Rexie Deal of Amity is visiting relatives in this commu nity this week. Hooper EcCain -aid that if Perry Dye’s clock stoped every time that he went to the society he had better take it with him the next time. George Morris has a hog that is so poor that he has to hold him up in th peach ’ree on a poie to eat peaches. Last Friday On >. Pittman re ceived a letter from M -- Holer stall:.*; that site was sieve and could not attend the party at (Jhas. Grimes’ the letter had a very strange effect on poor Chas. so that he had to take 21 drops of LeGears colic cure before getting any relief. On his way to town this week Mr. Baity met lemonade Vau ghn who we suppose was going after an elec tric fan or a piece of ice as he seemed to be very warm at that time. Mi'S Kate Brown seems to be v.tv fond of driving but does, not like to take too many chances on scarry horses. Horace Pye says that when, you are driving around and ask | a young lady to ride w ith, you | she wi.i say “Xo I thank yr J sir.” Wiki • coming out of town a | few days ago with a young ;a . in the buggy Mr. C B. St or me ' was overtaken bv a heavy • the parasa! being large enough to cover only one v. e ca:. imagine what happen d to Mr. Storment. Mr J. L. Ward and Ota Wynn made a business trip Blevins Wednesday. While Joe Ann McCain was shoppihg in Prescott a few days ajro a salemans asked her if h• * might show her the latest writ - kle in mirrors, she replied thank you” I saw it in my o\n mirror this morning, you ne. d not call my attention to it. If you want to know li »w many cross ties there are on the P. a:. NT. W. Ry. from Arcadia t Highland just ask Bernice Py e as we presume he counted then as he walked acme from Highland a few day - ago. Mr. J. C. Brown <: l". „ it . v‘r. • ' nn n:au .* a ■ iciness t. ip t h e-cott Thursday. - ’ . . iiiid poetr\ was ac 1< ot Mr Autry’s ba n: ' - .■ ■ y*! t v i<t has a beau, his kea>i - . - ire and every wrier* <<: .> ivia goes, she says he's always there.