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If So Try A Bottle Of Sunt /Cure Kim ■ « T We defy tbe world to produce a medi cine for tbe cure of ail forms of Kidney and Bladder troubles, and all disease» peculiar to women, that will equal Smith's Sure Kiduey Cure. Ninety eight per cent, of the case* treated with Smith's Sure Kidney Cure that have come under our observation have been We sell our medicine on a posi cured. live guarantee, if directlnds are followed, and money will Ire refunded If cure is not effected. \ Price Soc. and fi. Drug Co. For sale by. Pope . COIIUNICJITION BETHEEI DISTANT CITIES. A Factor of Your Business. It is the Ideal Means of wm m For Drunkennsst, Opium UjM - Morphin« and ■rmÇÇlffWothar Drug Using, I sf the Tobacco Habil ■ and Neurasthenia. THE KEELEY INSTITUTE, Dwight, ill. Carres- -| Strictly " Confidential. A Harvest Of Bargains in store for those buying at our store I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I THIS WEEK. Buy Buy Buy Buy K Buy now and save money. XT? Improve Your Home! There ts no better way than by Papering and Painting the house and Upholstering the furniture. to is Opca Extire Year- , **** Bwrtnèae OslMfeTtnirang fa thsUnttadei sms Uas superior taouuiea and MaMmsatet bas »t qj^U sXj HUA Qrads. I and haa aa aasxocllad faeuUy!^^ *uAr*»'*Tl_ | iC Complet* Oollsffe Bank and Business Offices. I Always in advasee of tbs "upto-dates." Beware at snsusnsz coarse*. The cheap I« le mdt thebe*t,—Tbe best I* the cheapest Only Reboot with Aetna! Store and Actual Money, Is which Students Keep the hooks and la mm the « b«|| It Would Surprise You to know how cheaply this * work can be done. ^ : v I PAINT YOUR BUQQY ! • I It needs it. It will look like new, and the cost will not be great. I carry a full line of Up holsterer's Goods and Pret ty Wall Paper Samples. HARRY V. WOOD, Telephone 183 Nest I« Old Bar rocks TO BITTE SOULE BUSINESS COLLEGE. New Orleans, La. Person*] Instruction to Ewry Strident. MoOhaftataaisaa . 1 Xo MlareprMenmtlM. . Graduates Hold Lsading Positions and an n Bnetnese Msa îtoùll'wrlkr rtûî Oilman" AdAraoa, OXO. tODLH 4k SOX*, JNO. LANGFORD THI LOR. Cleaning, Dyeing aud Refittngwell done F«rt Gibson and vau fu>oi«h bee of ref erence*. Shop on Carroll street, nest to Mi, Son's rssidsnes. I work for almost everybody in tha To in The Institute. ? Editor Reveille : Thinking that perhaps a few lines, giving an account of (he tendiere' In stitute held iu Port Gibson during the two weeks, Aug to 21, might be a source of good to someone interested in educe tlou but deprived of the opportunity of attending, I have Jotted down tfe fol lowing thoughts, not for the purpose of criticising or eulogizing any oue what of betrfcr ad 4 ucational progress to thinking aud act ing. ever but to set other factors Monday, tbe loth instant, found tbe conductors and Superintendent Russell eager to begin tbe session,*-and about half dozen teachers were pieseut when order was called. In tbe l«tw introduc tory remarks tbe purposes of tbe insti tute were touched upon and seemed to run iu this strain : Not to study for ex - amination but to study forbroadei views of education, better plans of organiza tion of forces of education, and better methods of improvement in every de partment of school-work. With these purposes clearly in mind, tbe cod^jtct ors seemed to be able to coaar more ground outside of text-books than inside and tbe teachers were given some insti tute work with a time to get a fresh breath out of text-books when tbe ex cessive heat would permit. Every day raw additions to the num her of teachers present and to the inter est of «II in attendance ; in fact, when the last had come, tbe number had in- \ creased to an enrollment of thirty-nine teacbers and a respectable audience of visiting palioua and others interested in the work. I think the verdict was is ; O. The Institute is a pronounced success. I V» Mi it were possible In give at length somewhat of tbe accomplishments ol the institute but the spare is insufficient In detaching a few of the best things I do not itiesn to disparage the others, for all was important and useful. . In Mias Harrell's department of Pri mary Work, many good ideas aod metb | 5fî * of Betting the child aright on that and most significant road to a common 1,01,001 e,,uc#tion * * ere «ppropdately advanced ; the way out of difficulties, w hen in them, wit well bandied, but better was the wiser plan of keeping the I little feet and hands and heart ont ol ill. J trouble and thus preventing the difficul ties. To sum up tbe whole iu oue sen tence and piesent it in a didactic way. Be eager to lenrn more and earnest to do better ; be true to yourself and hon est toward your pupils ; be mistress of the situation in the patrons' eyes ; and have something for the little folks to do at school and so srouse their interest as to iuduce them to do it, by to doing, I work your way into the home life of ev I ery child and patron, find the common I interest« and work upon these to estab I lisb others better suited to yonr purpose. I No one who baa seen Miss Harrell's I work from all points of view but tings praises to her high ideals and untiring I effort. But ae a matter of course, ber I part of the work was different from the other phase, in which the higher grades I were concerned In this part of the work, more alten I tion was given to the organization of all I the related forcée of education in tbe Iconnty: the Superintendent, School Board, Board of Superviaora, Trustees I aud Patron*, with tbe teachera and pu I pils as the directly active participants. The importance of the teacher as to her I duties to herself, to her pupils and to ber community ; as to her sphere of use I fulness and the rights anddntie* attend* I ant therenpoii ; as to her profession and general influence—all this was dis I cussed at some length. The opportun I ity of reaching more people and doing I more good through tbe medium of tbe school was never lost sight of. In fact, good citizenabip was shown to be tbe end of all our teaching, which, of course, implies morality and trne worth, nay, more ; it impliee a high degree of spir ituality, for good citizenship implies tbe noblest ideels, which cao never be found outside tbe spiritual. Just here was im pressed tbe idea of similarity and rela tionship existing between the pastor preacher and tbe pastor-teacher,—each ieadiug, directing, urging bis flock to the ideal. It came to light iu this department of the work that comparatively few boys ever advance beyond the third grade while the girls usually go further Why this lack of attendance on the part of tke boys ? log to support the family, the girls who are kept fu school longer ! magnitude of the barm doDc ! tbegro ness of the eiror ! Let us reason togeth er a moment," said one of tbe conduct ors, in his earnestness. "Is It wise to educate the girls and have no rompan ions among the young men, who are, In the nature of the case, mentally inferior to the girls when the former drop out of school at tbe end of the third grade while the latter go longer aud either graduate or almost so ? Is It reasonable to expect the right kiud of educational product when so uuualural conditions prevail ? No ! the boys mu«l be kspt in school If they are to become worthy as sociates for the girls, which association is not only natural but also noble, for through it civtlizstiou is promulgated. If we do not want . IrytiHd as the , product of education, we must see to it that both sexes receive tbe best possible . I training " Thl* suhj-ct of the boy in | iC j, 00 t > 0 r, ,,, „out«- one aptly « uggested, I the boy out of school, was referred to 7 time and again. He was always the I < M II Necessity of work* ed • I « Ob! the To tbe hikI thorn in tbs flcfli. ;f. mon- or lr<s thoroughly werv#f»e esUblixbrnent Oihei suljet discussed tiv « . , n t Hbrsrie* in, riiiiij_*<li»..ls, tbe tm jjuovemeirt of tha ,*cIk>oI tmilriiagt, * IK * «***»»<1*. imporfsoce of general reading and keeping up with tbe best methods, securing better co opération of patrons and trustees and beiter attendance of pupils, and many others. tais A bine, the * Now, In conclusion, tbe lest day was tha best of th# session of two weeks. To show their allegiance ts and interest in tbs ssnss, many fairen», (mattes «»4 Dm Fifty Tsars the Startarl ^ttjgfr In the of fol of ad 4 act tbe to ex - de ex in- \ of in ! BAKING litAiimm PHWIftH A * Awarded Wjli«»t Honor* World'» Fair ■Iffcott tost* S.S. Soot Ghomlit* paies s*siota powsiB Ofr OMIOAOO others .us* errd by their pieoeuee end voices tiie call issued soon after the be ginning of tbe work hy Supt. Russell. VaririM subjects of interest were dis cus rd ft el), rttiWy tren -crl. many set to thinking on varions pba » f tbe subject. Mr. Tsylor, al ways a live factor in edneation, delight ed the audience with one of his choice •• d dr.iH ad talk* of suggestion, praise and encour agement. "With Supt. Russell in the lead •a'td be, and you teachers fol nd I will bring up tbe II II lowing after, rear,—we cau march before the Board of Superviaora with auch earneatneaa that they cannot refuae our appeala for help for tbe children of this great county; and such a day for schools in this coun ty haa never dawued,''—or worda to that effect. Aud it gives me more than ordi nary pleasure to mentiou tbe first of a series of steps to complete tbe already well-advanced system of organization of all tbe factors of education In the coun ; ty. I refer to the organization of tbe "Claiborne County Teachers' Associa tion," which baa beeu set on foot with a Conatitntion and By-Laws already ap proved, officers elected and program as aigned for the next meeting, which will be held at e time and place to be men tioned by the proper authorities at a later date. With such leaders aa Supt. Ruaaell, Mr. Taylor, and other* of well recognized strength, tbe writer predicta for both tbe teacbers and schools auch an era of enthusiasm and prosperity as can come only by such means, and ev ery teacher who, for sheer lack of inter est, fails to become a live, working mem ber ought to be branded as either too ig noraut or too disloyal to meet with the hearty hand shake of sisterhood which •o beautifully prevails among tbe teacb ers of Claiborne county! Of course ev ery teacher will fall right into line with her fellow-teachers, contribute her per sonality aud thus forward the great cause of completing the work so admir ably begun by our predecessors. And there will come a day when we can look back to tbe time of this institute with reference, aa the time when we received inspiration to realize more nearly the ideal already formed in onr minds as a set of teacbers and to do more efficient general service In creating higher ideala .in tba minds of others, which ahall re sult iu tbe higher aud better social con ditions of patriotism and usefulness ! Tbe consensus of opinion, which is tbe only available criterion, is that the institute was a complete success, al though no arithmetic or grammar was studied for examination ; and next year, we wish every teacher iu tbe county not present this year to add her name to the following list of those present this year, to-wit: Misses Ada Andrews, Florence, Mary and Fannie Naaaaon, Nellie Re gau, Belle Till, Anna Hull, Althea Ben ton, Cornelia Harvey, Lena and Ida Por tai, Effie Young, Julia and Annie Belle Luster, Miuuie McMurcby, Ella Brown, Senalh Tillman, Lillie Dale, Maggie Thompson, Enid and Ernestine Rich mond, Meida Bryan, Minnie Butler, Ln die Rogillio, Annie Drexler, Ibbye Scott, Rosa Murphy, Anna L- Jones, Nannie Norman, Lissa Regan, Lizzie Hutchinson, Eva Howard, Johnnie and Emma Pegram, Annie and Willie Mc Keown ; Mrs. C. Brasbear, and Messrs. O. B. McLaurio, and D. C. Enochs. Yours in earnest, ol I for Pri that but the ol to of and do as ev the all to \ PARTICIPANT. Yob Know What You ara Taking When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic, beca ed on every >ly Iron and Quinine in a tasteless form. Vo Cure, No Pay. ZOS.H use the formula is plainly print bottle, showing that it is sim. To the Voters of Rocky Spriug* District: It is with gratitude and appreciation that I desire to return my grateful ac knowledgment to you for your loyal aod ardent support at the primary of August 6th, and io electing me to tbe office to which I aspired. Will stete that I am going to do my duty as God glres me light to see it, and try and serve you with tionor sod credit to the district and county at large. I will aay to my ftieods (for auch I consider them) who ppposed and voted against me, that I have do ill will nor bear aay malice against_them. Will extend to each aud every one of <hem the right band of fellowship. Will ■late that if any of them may have aay businasa that will need tbe alieution of tbe boairj of supervisors, all I ask of them is to notify me. I will cheerfully give it my prompt attention. I will try hikI ao <ervr you as to deserve your en-j dorse ment ta tbe future. Wisbiug each and all success and a bountiful harvest, I am 1.1 Your humble servant, J. A. REGAN. watch for a chill. However slight at the time of year and in tais climate, it is the forerumer of malaria, A disposition to yawn, and an ail dried out' feeling even comes before the chill. Her. bine, by its prompt stimulative* action ob the liver, drive.* the malarial germs out of system, purifies the blood, tones up ths j system and resteras health, ÿos at reps . * - Dm ■%#%#*■*■,* DAVID BOCK S I Something for Nothing ✓ lOO ONE HUNDRED - lOO be al F. C. and AMERICAN BEAUTY Corsets GIVEN AWAY ABSOLUTELY FREE I We have just completed arrangements with the Kalamazoo Corset Co., the makers of the celebrated F. C. and AmericBn Beauty Corsets, to give away the above number of corsets free of charge, offer which is very easy to understand and just as easy for you to accomplish is as follows : To every lady who will bring to our Corset Department a purchaser for one F. C, or American Beauty Corset at the regu lar retail price of $i.oo, we will present a corset of the same make in any style or color, absolutely free of charge. The corset given you free is the reward for your services in helping us to introduce these corsets to the lady whom you bring with you, for we know that she will be so well pleased that she will come back for another corset of the same kind when jhe first pair has worn out. This is a bona fide offer made to in troduce these goods and will positively not be repeated. the Our unusual tbe of a of a as a as a WE ARE WELL FED, BUT BUCKING FOR MORE TRADF We are showing here a few illustrations of our Corsets. We have hundreds of other styles to please you. F. C. Style 49 FRENCH SHAPE A nerican Be: uty Stylo 779 STRBIGHT FRONT EXTEND ED HIP O li « A* 1 Made of fine quality English cou til in white. Medium length of waist and cut away over the hips. Single strip boning aud trimmed with lace and bebe ribbon at top and bottom. As illustrated above. Sizes 18 to 36 * As indicated by the illustration this corset is of the new extended hip style and embodies special fea tures in design which are exclusive with us. Especially adapted for wear with tailor made suits and al so for those who are partial to a garment that will give a perfectly snug fit and symmetrical curves at the hip line. Made of fine quality coutil in white. Handsome lace and silk ribbon trimming at top. Extended front for hose supporters. Sizes 18 to 30 !% fi 1« ' #1 : ; c SI.00 <ifl 1 1 1 * Pvtyl li V F. C. STYLE 4» Kalamaroo Corset Co., Sole Makers l n 9 ■ AMERICAN BEAUTY Styl« 779 Kalamazoo Corset Ce. Sole Makars $ 1.00 American Beauty Style 276 3* Sale Commences Sept. 1st, at 10 a. m. Bias cut full gored straight front corset made of fine quality batiste in white. Handsomely trimmed with wide satin finish all silk rib bon with large bow at front. A very popular model. Sizes 18 to 26 and the offer will be withdrawn SEPT. 30, providing the quantity named has not been given away before that date. We will be glad to have you call at our corset department and learn more about our propo sition whether you desire to take advantage of same or not. ? f* f i SI.00 AMERICAN BEAUTY STYLE 27B Kalamazoo Corset Ce.. Sole Makars \ We have the most complete line of Merchandise in the South. We guarantee our prices to be below ail competition. Dealers in Everything. 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