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THE HENRy-TERRY 00,
m Jft CAKRir IN STOCK A
FULL LINE OF—
Dry Goods \
and Shoes Fancy Groceries.
The Ladies ane Espeially Invited
to call on us for-
EVERYTHING FOR THE TABLE.
FANCY CALIFORNIA ORANGES, LEMONS. BANNAS and
FRESH seeded Raisins and Currants for Puddiiiffs—
Reduced from 15c. to 10c- per lb.
/'A is>SM Roe Shad and Mullets every Sat.
SEND us YOUR ORDERS.
THE HENRY terry CO
PHONE ORDERS CAREFULLY and PROMPTLY AT
NEW SODA FOUNTAIN.
(Continued from 1st page.)
man, and the valedictory by Master
W.L. Norman. Then 1 hey lookup
a collection for the benefit of the
orphans and for other purposes, and
the exercises closed by the choir acd
organ melodiously rendering, “God
be with us till we meet again.” As
the valedictory was mostly original,
I will give it.
“Kind friends it now devoh'es on
me to speak our valedictory,”
But ere we part from friends sin
We’ll thank you for your presence
We thank you friends that you
A while with children to remain,
And aid us in our feeble way.
To celebrate the Children’s Day.
We thank you for your helping
In sending aid to heathen lands!
For they must have God’s sacred
Or never meet—in peace—their
And now farewell, thcugh hard to
With friends so dear to every
We close with this dear sweet re
“Be with us God till we meet
Mt. Zion, N. C.
June 29, 1903.
to the g'lspel-hungi-y multitudes. He,
boldly declared, “The world is my
parish.” When sending his first
preacher alone to America, he told
him, -‘I turn you loose on the great'
continent of America; go proclaim
your message in the face r f the sun.”
What has been the harvest?
The clock tells me it is work time,
but in this concluding line, I wish I
might say something that would
help some one to a higher life, or
lead him to more zealous work in the
Master’s harvest. In these lines there
is a hearty hand clasp, for every
reader is my friend.
Millard F. Bumgarner.
Miller’s Creek, N. C.
Yours to serve.
Dou^hton’s Dru^ Store.
Dr. W. A. Berry, Pharmacist, in Charge.
Buy CEI^ESCO” The BEST Made, for sale at
J. li. HOBBS.
PRICE PER 25LB. BAG .65c. Baking Powders 10c. cans for 5c.
Corn 3c. i>er can. The nicest meat and lard always in stock.
I cuill sell Vahious other things at cost.
Come to see me before buying elewhere, for I will treat you right.
YOURS TO PLEASE,
J. r.. ixottbs,
Noi;tli AVilke.sbor9, N. C.
we almost believe that we do, but the CROM’D OP AP-
PKEOIATIVE OFSTOHEKS ,l,.t .to ea.1,
convinces us that
Our AcIvGrtisGfiients HavG a PGrmanGnt
-^PlacG in Public CconGmy.-^
When you buy of us you get the best on the market in flour, meal
meat, sugar, coffee, syrups, jellies, shoes, glassware. Tinware, and most
everything kept in a First Class Grocery Store.
Come again, We are always glad to see you
H- W. SUPPLY C0]V1PAHY,
J. L. IWARLOW, |W AH ACER.
Are You A Reaper?
If I had time ! would write for
the Baptist every week, but, like
farmers boys in general, I am spend
ing my vacation in the harvest field
and between the plow handles. I
wonder what per cent of the readers
of the Baptist are farmers, or live on
a farm. I suppose very many of them
are farmers’ boys and girls. To those
who have been harvesting w’heat, 1
should like to say a word; for I love
to be in a field of ripe wheat; I like
to gather up the golden grain and
hind it into bundles; I love to hear
the ring and rattle of the scythe, and
smell the rich breath of the ripened
gram I love to lift my eyes toward
heaven and render thanks to the
Lord of harvests who “giveth ns all
things richly to enjo''.”
Then I think of the words of the
Maste''when he said, “Lift up your,
eyes, and look on the fields; for they
are wuite already to harvest.” There
is a vast harvest for Christian work
ers. All over the world sinners are
dying for the want of a saving knowl
edge of our Redeemer. “The harvest
is great, but the laborers are few.”
Just before I left school, during ,'x-
amination and commencement
weeks, I bad the opportunity of help-
iiig in a I’evival where this saying of
Jesus was manifestly true. “He that
reapeth receiveth wages, and gath-
ereth fruit unto'life eternal.” There
were sixty-eight conversions, and we
all rejoiced “together.” There was
such an outpouring of the Holy
Spirit as I have seldom witnessed.
The workers were a few earnest
schoolboys, and the place was a
Friend, there is some place where
God wants you to work. If ,oii don’t
know the place, let me give you a
t-ied rule, “Do the thing that is
next, and do it well.” Have large
plans and great faith. Don’t mind
difficulties, step on top of them. Make
them stepping stones to something
greater. Act as if everything depend
ed on you, and pray as if everything
depended on God. If yon are defeat
ed in one thing, ti-y something else.
John Wesley, turned out of the
churches, preached in the open fields
Mayberry & Myers has a lot of
clothing they will sell 25 per ct. less
than first cost.
Horton’s Drug Store is talking
Ice Cream aud Cold Drinks in this
issue. See change in ad.
To see the change in Doughton’s
ad., look on second page of this
You will find a new ad. on this
page which you must read. You
■«'ill do well to call on Smoak Bros,
and get their prices.
$1 50 and $2.00 Ladies and Miss
es shoes at Mayberry & Myers mark
ed down to 50 and 76cts.
If you have not done so, y'ou should
visit Doughtou’s Fountain for cold
drinks and ice cream; If yOu ha veal-
ready done so, you should not give
up a good thing.
Anything in the Grocery, Dry
Goods or Hardware line can be
bought at the lowest prices at A. M.
Go to J. L. Marlows for good gro
OF NORTH CflROliIHfl
One hundred and eight scholarships.
Free tuition to teachers and to. sons
of ministers. Loans for the needj'.
608 STUDENTS. 06 INSTRUCTORS.
New Dormitories, Water Works,
Central Heating System, Library
Fall term, academic and profmional
departments; begins Sept. 7, 1903.
Address, F. R VENABLE, Prest.
CHAPl'El, HILL, N. C.
Ceresco Flour—the best made.
65c. per ((uarter bag.—J. L. Hobbs.
Meat, Chickens, eggs and all kinds
of produce. Pure leaf lard.
.—J. L. Hobbs.
Fresh Roe Shad and other fish on
ice every Saturday .--Henry Terrv Co.
Fancy California Oranges and
Lemons at. the Henry Terry Co.
Candies, Raisins, and figs at I the
usual prices. Nice Eastern N. C.
Cabbage just received at Henrv
NOTHING IS MORE DELIGHT-
ful than a Clean Shave by a first
All up-to-date liair cuts done
neatly and quickly.
Why not PATRONIZE ME?
I’ll do my Best to PLEASE You.
Yours to serve, U. G. Russel.
At Boughten’s Drug Store.
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L equipn^nt on all our bicycles. Strongest guarantee.
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