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Noiit. 5:11. p. ra. South. 8:22 a, m. er MEETINGS Owen Church preaching 2nd. Sun day in each month. Sunday School every Sunday at 0:30 a. m. Post 53. G. A. It., meets rccrularlv 25 the 2nd Saturday in each month, at . t p. ra, M. E. Church, colored, meetings rvery Sunday. Camp No. 7, Sons of Veterans, XJ -p. A., meets 2nd Saturday at 1. p. m. Soquachce Valley News. Published evory Thursday. OUlt DEVIVS CORNER. INJURED INNOCENCE. A maL in Sequachee, they say, Fouud a chap in his orchard, one day, Quoth he, '-You're a thief, And you'll soon come to grief, What's that in vour baff, sir, I pray'' Said the fellow, "I know that my acts JiOok auspicious, but these arc the'". uu ,?"u " " facts; I'm out on a mission To save souls from perdition And the bag contains nothing but tracts. Sykks. "I suspect there are dark doings down on Watermelon How, to-day." Bykes. -"You don't say so. What's up?" Sykes, ColoFdd wedding." Goodale. "When I sro home a w little full my wife pulls my hair." Porter. "Mine does n't. Sho pulls my leg for the price of a liew dress." House Burned. Thursday morning about 10 o' clock a large and dense volume of sraoko was seen rising from the ridge east of town, A little later the fl imes were perceptible. The gen eral belief that it was W. J. J. Hoge's house was soon confirmed as the truth. Mr. Hoge and one or two hands were at work at the time in the yard. A negro woman was in the house heating water and performing other household labors. She was the first to disepver the flames, but too late to save the house. The ilames were lyond control in a moment. They CtK able to save only a part of the household goods. The entire loss is something near or over on thousand doilais. Jasper Democrat. Married. Wednesday evening ?t the resi dence ot Mr. E. S. Ilaynes, Rev. J, W. Robertson officiating, Miss Effie Ilavnes and Mr. W. Harris were married. The ceremony was strictly private, only the relatives of the con. trading parties being present. We did not get the news until it was too late, last week, but the News tenders its felicitations anyway, cake or no cake. Distillery Burned M. Dietzen's distillery on the mountain near South Pittsburg and content were destroyed by lire -Wednesday night. The fire is sup posed to have been of incendiary origin- The warehouse was uninjured. 0'Q Samparilla has over and or r"iin nroved bv its cures, wlie hen all other preparations failed, that h the One Tra DUO OP ruriikr. n Condition of Renters West, Sly sympathies go out to the rent' whose rent was raised last year from $3 to $3.50, which has to bo paid out of the proceeds of his oats and corn. The oats promise 20 to bushels of inferior grade, which will sell for' 10 cents. . Corn will do some better. The rent will be diiH cult to pay in either case The man who has large cribs of corn cribbed up with which to pay last year's rent is in about as bad a boat. Iowa Homestead. . . Contrast the condition of the Wes tern renter with the Souuthern rent. and the difference in favor of the South is considerably greater say double as much money "for his corn and oats and a good profit on his cotton, besides living is cheaper. Thousands of farmers'in the grain- growing states of the West, will not l-nnliyo pnourrh monev from the sale of their entire crops to pay their rents, not because crops are so light in yield but because of extraordinary low prices. Southern Farm Gazette, AWtoney Maker in Hard Times. T have for the five past, years had nrnttv bard struggle to make a runs n.11 d have made from four to fivft dollars every dav. which 1 think is orettv eood tor an inexpe it rienced woman, my brother is now selling irns and makes more than I no nit he has sold otner mins and is more experienced, The iron is sell heating, so it is the proper hftat all the time: and you can iron in half the time you commonly do and have the clothes mucti nicer, you can iron out under a tree or in any cool place and one cents worm nf Ranznine will do an ordinary i rohing, so you save the price of the iron in fuel in a few weeks. By addressing VV. II. Baird & Co., Station A., Pittsburg, Pa., you can get full particulars, and I know any one can do splendidly any where. We sell at nearly every house and any woman that l- rnns once with a sell heating iron will have cne. as it saves so much labor and does so mucli better work. Mrs. M. B. Sep3 13t m m A Protest. If the Post Office people did their business right we shoul I not lose so many papers which are properly mailed to us, and the Nashville Dai ly American, a paper we appreciate highly seems to suffer the most. Every week we lose one or two cop ies. If this continues, we hope for a claange in in the Post Office manage ment, and we are satisfied that there is .a hereafter for the post office em ployes who are too tired to attend to their duties, which will be warm to say the least. ... . Heiison-liogers. At the residence of the bride's grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. V. Cox, Jas. Pogers and Miss Gracie Henson were united in the holy bonds of matrimony at 2:30 Sunday, Kev. J. A. farr officiating. , it was quite a home affair, owing to the recent death of the bride's mother. Kimball Cor. So. Pittsburg Re publican. Mrs. Josio Cox, who has been spending several days here, the guest of her parents, Mr. end Mrs. G. W. Cox, has returned to her home in Chattanooga. Kimball Cor. South Pittsturg Republican. i ; l l.d-.ts r,-tr,t LA ilst 1A.IS. Beat t outh fcyruD. Tmu.4Ui.kaL Cm ; r J LWJ 1 In time. SiM (irii':-itv it,' 1 mi a-n 1 1 ifcn v j wmb m$mWMmMm l UmPM -? fcisrai i l m ?tfy fci?.v r ZrA 5wb bmi h feMi 4 s mfiA t-'M mm IMmwWM' ' $&ji M&mi sfai H IM f&3! hfe fii? r$ S s Toilet Soaps. Another la-ge lot offered this week at very low prices.., 'Heliotrope.' large cakes only 4c Pansy' 4 cakes for lOo 'Cucumber Complexion1 soap on ly 7c King Cocoa soap at 7c, Castile soaps 3c, 4c and 5c a cake. 'White House Bouauet' soan very fine, 19c, or 3 cakes for 50c. CORSETS' The sales in our corset depart ment more than doubled in the past 30 days, Our corsets have merit in them and the price is right ,. R & G corsets at 75c. Si. 1.25. R & G drab nursing corsets at $1.00. Featherbone corsets at 50c, 65c, 75c and $1 00. An extra good corset for only 50o Our corsets are warranted to wear well and give good satisfact ion. MUSLIN UNDERWEAR, We have a complete stock of lad dies' muslin underwear. Ready made garments are about as cheap as the cost of the material. Why should you trouble to make them? Ladies' drawers, extra good, 23c, 29c. 39c, 49c and 59c. Ladies skirts 661, oc, bye and i)o Ladies' night robeg 49c, C5c, 79c 82c and 98c. Ladies' corset covers 13c, 17c, 24c, 27c, 39 and 49c. LADIES' HOSE- We have an extra good quality ladies' bkek hose, full sizes and full lengths, only 10c. Better ones at 12c, 15c, 20c and 25c. SUMMER VESTS, New lot ladies' Summer Vests iust received. We now have ail grades trom oc, iuc, ioc, up to a very tino siik undervesi ai, &s. LADIES' HANDKERCHIEFS. We offer an elegant line of ladies' handkerchiefs at 5c, 10c, 15c, 20c and 25c. RIBBONS OF ALL KINDS, Our ribbon stock is supplying numerous buyers this week. We have a large, well assorted stock, and the low prices make the rib bons flutter FRONTING P 8SENTGER DEPOT, Suspenders. We sell the two leading makes, the 'Atwood' and the 'Crown.' Every pair pleases the wearer 'Atwood' suspenders 2oc and 50c. 'Crown' suspender 50c, Men'fi and bov e suspenders of - j other makes 5c, 10c, 15c and 25c a pair. GOOD VALUE IN MEN'S SHOcS. We have 10 cases, 3G0 pairs solid ' leather heavy brogan shoes, fully worth $1.20 a pair that will be sold at only 81.00 a p-ur. Our stock of mens' medium fine shoes is also complete. We offer some good bargains this week in mens' buff and veal calf shoes at $1.25, 1 35 and 1.50. All nice fresh stock. Mens' heavv oil grain shoe3 in congress, lace and buckle Three grades, all solid end good valuta. rnce $izo, i.oo and i.ou. Our Clothiog Trade is rapidly increasing We have the largest stock of clothing in the Valley, all well assorted and bought direct from the manufacturers at low cash prices. We sell clothing like all other goods for a very small profit, and our trade is growing rapidly LADIES SHOES. Our shoe sales are increasing ev ery day, VV e have some good bar gains for this month's trade. Our low prices for good solid shos are bringing lots of trade 5 cases Ladies' glove grain button' shoes, solid leather, only 75c a pair. 8" cases Ladies' finer quality, glove grain button shoes, all solid at 98c a pair. GO pairs Ladies' Dongola button shoes, extra bargains at $1.00 and $1.2o. Ladies' spring heel, soft Dongola, finer quality, at $1.25. 1.50 and 1.75 per pair. Ladies' fine Dongola stock, com mon sense heel and toe, also opera toe and heel, button, at $1.25, 1,50, 1.75 and 2.00. Large stock old ladies' comforts able shoes for house wear at $1 50. Ladies' fine 6hoes in all the late 6tyles and best makes at $1 50, 1.75 2.00,2 50 and 3 00. Towels. We have some special good bar gains in Turkish bath towels. Large sizes at little prices. Look through our stock and picU them out. Price 15c, 25c. 80c and 40c a pair. LADIES' PURSES. Fine leather, assorted colors, highly finished, at 25c, 35c, 50c and 65c each. Fine leather card or ticket hold- ers203 and 25c each. We have a large assortment of gentlemen's Four-in-hands, scarfs, bows, &c, at 25c, 35c and 50c each, ! HAT DEPARTMENT. I Wo have five cases hats from th factory this week, just opened. These are regular $1 25 hats; 'Quick sa'es and small profits' is our motto, so they go at only 75c. This lot wont last long at thia price Jeans Pants for workingmen at 95c We have 6QQ pairs extra good quality jeans pants, made especially for us from good heavy jeans, better than any $1.25 value Our Special Price only 95c Every pair warranted not to rip. MENS' HATS. We are offering some good hat bargains this week. No one in need of a hat should pass them, A line of $1.25 hats art selling at 75c. A good $1.50 hat for only $1.25. A large stock of other good hat bargains. MENS' PURSES. Large size two pocket purses, lOo Smallei ones at 5c. Fine nickle plated, 3pocket purses, good black leather, finely finished, at 20c. Largo assortment at 5c, 10c, 15c, 20o to G5c. Neglige Shirts. We opened a new line of men's neglige shirts this week that are good bargains. We have a largo stock. Prices 45c, 75c, $1.00, 1.25. 1.50, $2.00 TRUNKS. We are receiving some good bar gains in trunks lrom the mauu tacturers. Small profits make low prices, aee our trunks before you. buy.