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METHODIST EPISCX)PAL CHURCH
Rev. L. H. Joyner, Pastor.
Sunday School every Sunday morning
at 10 o’clock. .
Preaching every first and fourth Sun
day at 11:00 a. m. and 7:00 p. m.
ftayer meeting every Wednesday even
ing at 7:00 o’clock.
Epworth League every Sunday even
ing at 6:30 o’clock.
Rev. M. D. McNeill, Pastor,
Service every second Sunday afternoon
at 3 o’clock and fifth Sunday morning at
Sunday School every Sunday mornin?
at ten o’clock.
Christian Endeavor every Sunday even
ing at seven o’clock.
Every one is cordially invited to attend
Don’t fail to boost Vass
Don’t take business out of Vass
Don’t fail to do all you can for Vass
Don’t fail to talk drug store fpr Vass
Don’t fail to encourage bank of Vass
Don’t fail to talk for town hall for Vass
Methodist Bishop says pastors live longer
these days because they preach less. It
might be interesting to leam what effect
the policy has on their congregations.
Among other articles, a quart of whisky
was recently put in the cornerstone of a
new operation. It’s a good thing they are
erecting a building on it.
The reason a man can’t wax very en
thusiastic over his wife’s new gown is be
cause he hasn’t seen the bill yet.
Since prohibition went into effect there
are a lot of men with a good working idea
of the use of various cooking utensils who
never before saw the inside of a kitchen.
Our Sympathies are with the man whose
wife has just finished a starvation stunt
in order to make him join the church.
There’s a chap who is probably getting his
hell on earth.
American Legion of a Massachusetts
town has offered a bonus of $25 to any of
its members who get married. Thought
does chaps had seen so much fighting
they wanted to forget it,
Distance may lend enchantment, but.
personally, we don’t think any more of
Emma Goldman 4000 miles away than we
did when she was right in our very much
A standard dress for women, as suggested
by a prominent English matron, would be
all right or all wrong just in proportion as
to whether the standard was high or low.
In the interest of simplified spelling one
may hope that his enemies will knock a
little “1” out of Lloyd George.
The chap who wines that he was a fool
to get married never seems to remember
that he was a fool before he got that way.
We have it on what we consider suffic
ient authority that few women are wear
ing petticoats any more, which is not sur
prising in view of the fact that few women
are wearing much of anything any more.
Edsel Ford has had his appendix re
moved, but we’ll bet it took even as expert
a mechanic as Edsel a long time to find
out where that knock was.
A woman writer says she can make an
electric switch out of a hairpin. That’s
nothing. Almost any woman can make a
divorce case out of a hairpin found in her.
Next Tue^ay, February 8th, is Shrove
Tuesday, known as Pancake Day. You
know what will befall you if you fail to
have pancakes on that day. It is the
commencement of Lent.
On account of the very disagreeable
weather last Friday night the Box Party
has been postponed, and will now be held
Friday night, February 4th, at the White
Hill School House. Don’t fail to attend.
As the cause for which it is given is a
Few men who have unwittingly imbibed
generously of wood alcohol are in a posi
tion afterward to argue convincingly on
the beneficent results of Prohibition.
A woman says she has nothing to wear,
and then she goes out and proves it,
If a man will work twelve hours a day
and save his money, eventually he will
get to the point where he can work three
hours a day and spent his money.
Messrs. Walter B. Graham, J. D. Blue
and Neill McKeithen, laid all business
cares aside last Monday afternoon and a
gunning they did go. After tramping all
over the country and nearly scaring to
death three large coveys of partridges they
returned to their homes late in the after
noon by the back door route with three
measly, half starved to death quail. The
Pilot man can beat this. ^He went out one
afternoon last week and returned by the
front door route with two chickens.
The ground hog came out of his hole on
Wednesday and in looking the situation
over he spied the Pilot man watching him
and immediately became so infatuated
that he did not return to his old hiding
place. So you may look for good weather
from now on, so tradition has it. Let’s'
hope so anyhow.
Bring your job work to the Pilot office.
At' the different Sunday Schools, of this
town, last Sunday a good collection was
taken up for the relief of the starving
children in Eastern and Central Europe.
Mr. A. G. Edwards, the genial proprietor
of the Electric Shoe Shop, who has a
thorougly equipped establishment, has just
laid in a large stock of leather, rubber
heals, tacks, thread and in fact everthing
that is required to repair shoes, for the
purpose of supplying those who repair
their shoes at home. So when in need
don’t fail to give him a call.
If you want all the news take the Pilot.
What You’Ve Got!
Do It Now
D. A. NcLAUCHUN, Agent
VASS, N. C.
Fire Insurance Life Insurance
FARM LANDS FOR SALE
H. A. MATTHEWS
If you have Vacant Land for sale, can get 3fou the very
highest market price.
Also dealer in Lumber and Shingles.
We make a specialty of repairing the very
finest footwear. Give us a trial order
The Electric Repair Shop
Full stock of Leather, Rubber Heels, Tacks and all supplies
needed in shoe repairing. See us, we can save you money
VASS ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP, Vassjt. C.
Kingans All Pork Sausage
Wisconsin Full Cream Cheese
Corby Cakes, all sizes
Butter, Country and Creamery
Delmonte Canned Fruits, Rex
Pickles and Canned Vegetables
Canned Meats, Heinz
1 will pay the Market Price for NIXED PEAS
Remember tKe Nlarket
NEH N. NcKEITHEN
“THE HOME OF GOOD THINGS TO EAT”