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■ ■ ,■■'■;]■ X-^ West Albemaiie.'''' ' ■'.; ’;' "
? : Preaching first and third Sundays
11 A. M. and 7 P. M.. Sunday School
every Sunday at 10 A. M., John Kim-
, rey. Superintendent. Deacon’s Meei-
. Jng every, first Saturday night.
Prayer^'; meeting , eveiy ., Thursday
' Pleasa^ Grove.
. I^ea^hing e’^4ry first Satur-
* day at 3 P. M., and Sunday at 2
P, M. Sunday school every Sun
day at. 10 M., except on the
' ' Canton. '
Preaching every-third Saturday at
2 P. M. and Sunday at 2 P. M. Sun
day school every Sunday at lO A. M.,
; except on preaching days, A. F. Mor
C. SnydeFs Appointments for First
Faulks. Saturday, i. P.,M.
Faulks ; .Sunday, 11 A. M.
West Monroe....... .Sunday, 3 P. M.
North Monroe.. ;... .Sunday, 7 P. M.
Mt. Harmony.. ....Saturday, 2 P. M.
Mt. Harmony.... .'.Slinday, 11 A. M.-
■ West Mbnroe.'..' Sunday, 7 P. M.
- Third Sunday. .
■Mill Creek.'. Saturday, 2 P. M.
Mill Crbek.;^, Sunday, 11 A. M.
West Monrdb' Sunday, 3.P. M.
North Monroe Sunday, 7. P. M,
■ Fourth Sunday.
7 Mountain Springs... Saturday, 2- P. M.
'Springs. .Sunday, 11 A. M:
Vorth- Monroe Sunday, 3 P, M-
'est'Monroe . .Sunday 7 P: M.
Appointments of B* G. Whi l«r,
• V First Sunday: Kendall’s '
A. M.; Saturday before at I
M.:- Antioch. Sunday at 3 T L
and-7.P. M. - ' ^
: Second Sunday: Cedar Gi y
11 A. M.J Saturday before i
P. M. :r'•
• Third Sunday: Prospects
A, M.; Saturday before, 2 P-l--
Fourth Sunday: Mt. P!@is-
ant, 2:30 P. M. and 7:30 P. ,
Saturday before at 2:30 Pi
Mission, Sunday/11 A. M.;
urday before at ll A. M.
• J. C. GILLESPIE.
First Sunday: Norwood, 11
and 7 P. M.; Silver Springs 2:30 ^
Second Sunday: Cottonville, ITA.
M.; Saturday before at 2 P. M.
Third Sunday: Silver Spring ( 11
A. M.; Saturday before 2 F
Norwood 7 P. M.
Fourth Sunday; Norwood 11
and 7 P. M.; Cottonville, 2:30-:?: VI.
E. M. BROOKS.
First Sunday: Big Lick 11 A,
Saturday before 2 P. M.
Second Sunday: Brown Creelj
A. M.; Saturday before 2 P. M.,
- Third Sunday: Philadelphia 1:
M.,' Saturday before 2 P. M-
Fourth Sunday: New Londoi
A. M.; Saturday before 2 P. M.
PROGRAM FOR BARACA-
PHIEATHEA CITY UN
from afi classes present, were- read,
giving membership, collections, new
members added and other things ac
complished during..the month. -
; One class,- Westl^Albeinarle Baptist'
Philatheas, reported a "membership pi
ninety, i while the First StrPet Meth
odist Philatheas proved, to ,be the
bahn'er classlfor winning new mem
bers, having.'added eight during the
month. , ■ ‘ ,
Mr. Grifiin, in his adb‘ess of wel-
coihe, made all feel glad that they
had come and assured us that the
Sunday school of First Street Metho-
odist church was' glad jp open, the
doors of their beautiful hew hotne to
all, not ogi^/pn this occasion, but at
all timeSi“l?Interesting programs
were rendered by each class, as fol
First Street Methodist. -
SONG.—By Baraca and Philatheas.
READING.—The New Features of
Our Platform.—Miss Nan Sfclth,. :
West Albemarle Baptirt.-
teacher of tne nn.d,
by Rev. B. G.'Whiiley. C .:7
song.—On Philathea Soldier's.
READING—The Shadows We Cast.
-By Miss Mary Gulledge.
SOLO.—^By Mr*. Price.
Air regret the absence of A
grain from Kirst BAptist church, al
though our president ably., represent^
ed the. Sunday p^ol.- - _ . ;
The Union a^pted the invitatipii
extended'^by thS Central Methodisji
hureh clfeses tfr-meet with them os
Friday night, March 12. i
It i« hoped that the ?unday pchool
classes from other churches of "thi
city ^ay join the Union, giving and
receiving help and inspiration through
the ^spiiw of united brotherhood. •' ■
Bro. Frank Jones, one of pur towns^
men and a R. F^ D Carrier, M : seri
ously sick in a Baltimore hospl^
He went there February 14. Y
We held a shojrt service nt Rock
Rest the second Sunday evening. ,
The congregation' . was good.' Wfe
were very much impressed with the
place. This place can boast of many
good thine'"*,-The first high schools
tt.*,'0toty, run by Dri-K-^—
of''the most intelligent commumtie^.
and the finest couhtry Sunday schooL
Bro.' Billie" Williams is supermten- ^
dent. We were delighted with -our
trip and trust that we may soon visit
them again in the near future.
To ^ Held in Central Meth
/Church' on Friday Evening,
12, 7:30 P. M.
SONG.—Blest “Be the Tie That ijnds.
—By City Union. -;j
PRAYER.—Will Hopkins. 1
Central Mettmdi^i Church, te'
Notice, Mr. Fariiiiir!
TI~ t - ri .. ' '
Owing to the low prices on cotton
we will offer for 30 days some
very low prices on FARNllMPLEMENTS.
.. .-BmdayS at ll ... , ............
'4’.'^3bnfer6n'oe t|tebe«®# Saturday at
• I/r- - -*
^ Deaconsl \ Meeting the, foprth Sat-
fv,.«frday «t '2 T. M. ,- *
■'1' Women** Missionary ’ Society the
. 'second Saturday at 3 P. M.
X -rPraylr Meeting every Wednesday
*1 -evening at 7 o’clock.
* Suhday School every Sabbath at
«:45-'a. M.7"A ■'■ ■■'
V Edgar ■Vyilliams, ^Jerk; J, ». Outcn,
Ti^asurer. Deawns: J. W. /)i#en,
V^m.; E. W.,,45nffin. T. J. Williams,
M. W. Griffin, J.'K. BivAns, J. C. Mc-
'. ’intyre,jr; W. Bivens. , i "''
W. Bivens, Siipt. S. S.; Mrg.;J.
3, Cprroll, Pres. W. M- S-; Mrs. W.
Williams, Vice.^Pres.; Mrs. J. K.
Seci and Treas.
Lej[its .r J. S. Harris, 19U-1*
Smyrna, First Sunday, 11 A. M.}
Saturday before at 2 P. M.
Chaney’s Hill, First Sunday 2 P. M.
■ Saturday before 11 A. M;
Miami, Second' Sunday 11 A. M.
Saturday before 2 P. M.
"Rocky Mount, Third Sunday 11 A.
M. Saturday before 2 P. M.
' Howell’s, jfourth Sunday 11 A. M
Saturday before 2,P. /. •
F. POINTS,-: GN THE P
THE A IDE A.V-Misu Housi
CHORUS.—By Central Me
: Philatheas. ' .
•SONG.—By West Albemarle Classes.
FIVE MINUTE TARK.—"What vife ex-
,^pect of our Union.—By William
reading.—Uplift—By Miss ,Cora
Parker. . .
SONp.—By West Albemarle Baptist
SOI^By Miss Belle Kirk.>f: '
ADDRESS.—Class Loyalty.—B^ Jas.
L. M. Smith. — -,-1'
READING.—(Selected).—By.' ^ Miss
Mabel Pennington., -r
SONG.—By First Baptist Clasps. _
SONG.—By First Street Methodist
ADDRESS.—After Winning: New
Members, How Can Y^if-iHold
. Them?—j. B. Griffin. .
SONG,—By First Street Methodist
Olasses. ' > •
READING.—Miss Ellen Harkdy.
BENEDICTION.—Rev. R. A. Taylor.
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Appointments of Rev. R. M. Haigler,
First Sunday, Wolf Pond, Satur-
&y 2 P, M. Sunday 11 A. M.
- Mt Zion, Sunday 3 P. M, andfT
’second Sunday: Deep, Springs,^ Sat-
nrday 2 P. M., and Sunday 11 4. **•
■; Third Sunday,, Corinth, Saturday 2
; M. and Sunday IL A. Mv . %
.'-Fourth Sunday, Oak Grove, Satur
day 2‘P. M. and Sunday 11-A. ^
City Sunday School Union lf:elds In
teresting Meeting at Fir^t Street
Methodist Church. • (f -
V' On Friday night of i last ^eefc the
Baraca and Philathea clasSe^Tv the
iity met in Union, some tw(ji hnhdred
or'more strong,' at the Firrt Street
Methodist church. This ,w^ almost
enjoyable and beneficial merting, and
one -which demonstrated the;, deep iii-
tefest.felt in this united jmovement
among the organized Sunday school
classes of our to-wn. -rJ’ n
Our efficient president, Patt B- Oog-
gin, opened the meeting with a few
appropriate remarks, afM^
R^. B. G: Whitley led in prfyer. The
business session followed./ R^orts
■w , tar .,
()sb(^n^ ,. — - — ^
rows, reg. price 24.00-now^ '19.00"
'Osborn, 20-in. Rev. Disc Har^v: . .
rows, reg. price 27.50 now 22.50:
Osborn, 50-tooth Section Har-
: rows, regiprice'10..00 now 7.50
Osborn Keystone Gorp Shell- . /
, ers, reg, price 10i50. now |,
Osborn Empire Disc Drills,
regular price 75.00 now.
Wagons reduced 1^. 00 each.7 '
‘ If you expect to buyany of the above
implements any time soon you will
surely save money by taking advan
tage of this offer. - 4 7
You will find , alt our prices in
keeping with the hard times. Give
us a trial and be convinced. We
carr3r almost a general line. , 7
prs for burihess;^ ^
H. f 1''Mrdi O^kliefo, Nfli Cai.
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