the accumulation, it would have produced the estimated cash surplus of $2.120, thus making the $2,0O policy worth $4,12o. I say to all, go thou and do like-
wise. MARTHA BUSBY.
Here Elder Eaton was so overcome that he leaned on the pulpit and wiped his eyes again. At this moment a tall stranger with side-burns, who had arrived from Atlanta late the evening before and who had a bunch of crape tied to his arm as big as a Con-federate brigade flag. rose up from the pew beside Mrs. Busby and, appearing to control his emotion with difficulty, said
"I say well done thou good and provident husband! and that this con-course of friends of the deceased may know how good and provident he was, permit me to read this as my tribute." And he opened a paper and read out with a voice as clear as a theater actor: