San Patricio County News (Sinton, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 1, Ed. 1 Friday, February 20, 1914 Page: 4 of 8
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The variety of dress fabrics was never more extensive. The values
never better and this is true of every single piece of fabric in our store
E. Y. S. Hubbard, Pastor. •
Preaching 11:00 ar m. and 7:30
•p. m. 1st, 3rd and 4th Sundays.
2nd Sunday at Taft, ll:00a.rn.
and 7:30 p. m.
J. G. Cook, Chairman Board
AT A Childers
j of Stewards.
G. B..Stevens, Chairman Board
j of Trustees! -
j M. A. Childers, Lay Leader.
|- Sunday School every Sunday,
i 10:00 a. m. J. K. Butler, Supt.
- Womens Home'Mission Society
meets every Monday at 3:00 p.m.
Prayer meeting 7:30 each Wed-
N. B. You are invited.
For just a moment .yohr attention: If you are inter-
ested in saving on what you buy, then spend that
Dollar where it will buy the most.. Half of one
Dollar SAVED is better than a whole spent.
HOPSON'S STORE is the place where you can
save. Call and let me figure with you on whatever
you may need. My line is complete, consisting of
GROCERIES and FEED, and it will pay you to call
and get prices from the Store that Guarantees Satis-
faction before buying elsewhere - -
are here, ready and waiting for you. Attractive weaves and tones in a splendid
range of patterns greet you and meet you at every turn, each striving to please
you with its alluring beauty . . ,
The Soft Pleasant Colors™The Many Different
Patterns™The Exceptionaly Qualities--
AH Will Please You
Exquisite Patterns in Crepe de Chine
Exclusive patterns in dress lengths. Silk crepe de chine, crepe ratine, splash
crepe, embroidered crepe in an unusual large assQrtment. It will be worth
your while to see them, even if you do not intend tp buy.
GROCERIES and FEED
Ratine in Beautiful Designs
latterns that will lend themselves in a delightful way to the
Rev. Geo. Harris of Callallen
made' a flying visit to Sinton
Monday. Bro. -Tlarrrs i s the
man who led the music in the
The. church conference held
last Sunday evening showed a
decently clean record for the
church on all lines except in one
particular, and that is, our liter*
ature is not circulated and read
as much as the times demand.
A good healthy church periodical
should be in the hands of every
member. To keep posted is to
knew, to know enables us to do,
and doing things is the gospel
requirement. Take your church
paper, “Study to know thyself
approved unto God, a workman
that needeth not be ashamed/'
Rev. J. H. Groseclose will hold
the Second Quarterly Confer-
ence at thjs place next Sunday
at 3 p. m. He will also preach
at the evening hour, 7:40. Let
all the members of the church
who can do so attend the Quar-
terly Conference. Our people
Silk and Linen Mixtures 1
In beautiful new designs. Just the thing for an early spring dress. A large
assortment to choose from. . . ! 7®
Calicos, Madras and Other Staple Goods.
Every new and wanted color is now here. Instead of having trouble to find
what you want, the chances are you will find more pleasing patterns and de-
signs here that you want to buy. We delight in showing them.
SPECIAL! FOR THE NEXT THIRTY DAYS
Any Butterick Pattern FREE with every dress you buy from us at 25 cents
per yard or higher ; . . . . ‘
J. S. McGLOIN & BRO
SINTON ... TEXAS
present healthy growth and pro-
gressive spirit, if every member,
will lend a hand it will not only
make light work but large suc-
cess will come our way. A fine
spirit manifests itself On every
hand, good fellowship prevails
and we invite the world to take
notice how Christians love each
other. Men will sometimes crit-
but let them do it. If
*T want to tell you what wonderful benefit I have re-
zed from the use of Thedford’s Black-Draught,” writes
its. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky.
“It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds,
liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe Biack-Draught
saved my little girl's life. When she had the measles,
they went in on her, but one good dose of Thedford’s
Black-Draught made them break out, and she has had no
more trouble. I shall never be without
Protesuanism, Chapt. 5—Dr.
W. M. Vines—Miss Qti^en
Vocal solo—Miss Beulah Bond.
The South the home of Sane
Evangelism—chapt. 5,- Dr.
W. M., Vines—Miss Mable
The South the storm center
of the Prohibition movement
—chapt. 5, Dr. W. M. Vines
— Miss Ruby Sharp.
The Sputh the Gibralter of the
Christian Sabbath—chapt. 5,. Dr.
W. M. Vines—Mr. Hamilton.
Song, No. 147.
tists by more than 300,000.",
C. H. Wray, Pasto
evening, yet we had. a good1
meeting, Bro. Cole of Aransas
Pass led. We are always glad
to have Bro. Cble worship with
us. The Sunday school was off
in numbers, only 96 present; we
ought not to fall below 100 any
Sunday. The other meetings
were. good. A t the morning
hour for preaching, Bro. J. W.
Cunningham preached an excel-
lent sermod. At night we had a
At 3 p. m. Brethren T.‘ W.
White, J. W. Cunningham, J. L;
Hamilton, Eddy and ■ myself or-
ganized a Baptist church at Sod-
ville. There were 10 who came
into the organization as - charter
members. They have nearly
enough money subscribed!, t o
build a meeting house. They
seem to be determined to suc-
ceed. May God richly bless their
v '* • * . ‘ -
‘*We have received from Dr.
H. K. Carroll the statistics of
the churches for the United
States f or 1913, For many
years Dr. Carroll has gathered
these statistics, which have been
published first in the New York
Christian Advocate. This year
they are given to all the leading
denominational papers.. The to*-
tal number of Baptists is esti-
mated at 5,924,662. This ex-
ceeds the .total of all other de-
nominations, except the meth-
odists which report 7,125,069. j
j However, when the infants are
l subtracted from this number,
j Dr. Rankin to the contrary not-
withstanding, they will, probably
have about the same number as
the Baptists. Dr. Carroll gives]
figures which show that since ]
1900 Southern Baptists have had
a larger increase, by far, than :
any other denomination in the
United States. To be exact, we
they Lave a better way let them
show us. It is easy to criticize
but another thing to live above
criticism. No man can do bet-
ter than his best. Let us strive
to do that. “Blessed are ye
when men shall revile aftd per-
secute you for my name's sake.”
E. Y. S. Hubbard, Pastor.
In my home.” For constipation, indigestion, headache, dizzi-
ness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar
ailments, Thedford’s Black-Draught has proved itself a safe, ^
reliable, gentle and valuable remedy. 4|l
If you suffer from any of these complaints, try Black- #
Draught It is a medicine of known merit Seventy-five ®
years of splendid success proves its value. Good for
young and old. For sale everywhere. Price 25 cents.
. _ _________________' .__•
Jr. B. Y. P. U. Program
For Next Sunday.
Subject—Belief in t h e King
Leader song service—Oda Moore.
Roll call, answered with quota-
Matt. 15: 21-39--Connie Redus.
Topic explained—Gladys Bishop.
Memorize memory verse—Paul
Tell when and why Jesus left
his native land—Pauline Mil-
Special music—Gladys Bishop*
Our kingdom blesses^-Elizabeth
Jesus feeding the five thousand
— Harlan Russell.
Please bring Bibles.
Sunday School 10:00 a. m.
Preaching every Sunday, 11:00
a. m. ajid 7:30 p. m.
Prayer meeting Wednesday
evenings at 7:00 o’clock.
W. M. U. meets Mondays at
3:00 p. m.
Sr. B. Y. P. U., 6:30 p. m.
Jr. B. Y. P. U., 4:00,p. m.
Sunbeams meets on Saturday
at 3:00 p. m.
Effie Mary Hubbard
Teacher of Piano
Phone 36; Sinton, Texas
Sr. B. Y. P. U. Program
.. For Next Sunday.
Isaac Taylor Tichenor D. D.
Home Mission Statesman.
Leader- Mrs. Wray .
Song, NoL 55. * .
Prayer. * - V
Historical sketch ' of the Home
Mission Board—Miss Rush.
Organization, purposes and work
(see the “Home Mission
• ; Task,” chapt. 2>—Miss Mary
Sketch of the life of Dr. Tiche-
nor—Eiss Alma Bond.
Piano solo—Miss Lamar.
Poem —“God is Marching On, ”
“The Home Mission Task”
' —Miss Gene Wray.
The South^ the citadel of the
Baptist position —Chapt. 5—
If you want to buy
or sell farm lands, or
city property in and
around Sinton, see us.
Tailor says * HBfajKli ifLyJLt iiiiMTCtrfF
It’s Time for Blue Birds and for Suits of Blue Serge
Or for Suits made from any other Fabric, of any other
Color, Pattern or Weave that may Su.it you best.
OUR STOCK OF SPRING FABRICS
Affords a wide range for selection. Come in and look
v them over. Yours truly,
C. J. WlLLET
Ialbd Cane Hay For Sale:-
ivered to any part of the city
40c per bale.
tf Santiago De Luna. —Adv.
Residence Lots, 50x144 ft,
near new school. $10.00 cash,
bal. $165.00, monthly.
42-tf Redus Land Co.
St. Paul, Tex*
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