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PSALM OF PEDAGOGY.
8:22 a. m.
Owen Church preaching 2nd. Run
day in each month. Sunday School!
vcry bunday at U:;J0 a. m.
Post 53, fr. A. It., meets regularly
the 2nd Saturday in each month, at
t p. m.
M. E. Church, colored, meetings
Camp No. 7, Sons of Veterans, U.
S. A., meets 2nd Saturday at 1. p. m.
Sequachee Valley News.
Pu bl ish ed e vo ry T h u rsday.
OUR DEVIL'S CORNER.
He sat within the old arm chair,
Where other beaux had Bat
The firelight showed a lovely pair
Indulging in a chat.
All beautiful and bright he sat,
As born the scene to. rule,
Uut that young lover felt, you bet,
As stupid as a mule.
Thd hours rolled on, he could not
To boyish instincts true,
That maiden's youthful brother Joe,
Had smeared the chair with glue.
He softly swore beneath his breath,
And wished that he might die,
And every time the maiden yawned,
He hove an awful sigh.
His blood stood at fever heat,
The sweat rolled down his back,
The while for schemes to leave that
His throbbing brain did rack.
His eyes seemed starting from his
His throat was parched and dry,
His classic face was lobster red
No earthly help was nigb.
Still time sped on, the clock struck
Wild tenor filled his breast,
As "papa" entered at the door,
In airy costume dressed!
"You measley, pimply, lousy coot,
You ill-fed, cross-eyed shark,
You want to git, light out, dust,
Was his polite remark.
A wierd procession then and there
Did polka 'round the room,
The young man followed by the
The old man and the broom.
There came a sound of breaking
The youth oh! where was he?
( tilt, of the sash through which he
With great celerity.
Still followed by that old arm chair
That could not bear to part;
But the sweetest thing that perish
Was the love from out his heart.
The revival services under charge
of Rev. Jacob Houts were bronght
to a close on r naay evening imsl
Wo are glad to know that its ef
fect has been to enliven the church
organization by twelve conversions
and it is trie intention oi naviug n-g-
ular public service hereafter. Pray-
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Will iRTfUUtr uviu
7 o clock.
We conratulato Mr. IIuts on
the success of the meetings. He has
worked hard and earnestly and to
the converts we say, persevere.
rICH RED CLOOD 15 thefoun
k thitioii of good health. That is why
Hood's Sarsapariila, the One True
Uiood Purser, gives HEALTH.
5:11. p. m.
(Buffalo Evening Times.)
Tell me, you mournful teacher,
You who brave the schoolroom's
That your task is the world's hardest
'Tis.'far harder for the boys.
You have had you sweet vacation
And long continental tours:
0;her people have their troubles.
So be kind don't mention yours.
Be in earnest for a few days,
Pedagogues should not be cold;
Let not rules of oak and logic
Aid each other, as ot old.
Art is long and children fleeting,
For their hides, oft tough and brave
Keep the masters busy beating
Yuneral marches to the grave.
Lives of teachers all remind us
Of our wayward days sublime;
Ot the marks which, left behind us,
Cheer us on through tide and time.
Strap marks which, perhaps, our
Nightly viewing us in vain,
Soon discerned, now stopped her ti-
But at once took heart again.
Teachers, then, be not so mournful;
Disarm parents' storming hate;
Do the best you can at present,
Next year, then, you can vacate.
(The last line applies only to coun
try school teachers.) J. F. Snilloc.
AMoney Maker in Hard Times.
I have for the five pas, years had
a pretty hard struggle to make a
living, but about there months ago
began selling self heating Hat u
rons and have made Irom four to
five dollars every day, which I
think is pretty good for an inexpe
rienced woman, my brother is now
selling irns and makes more than
I do but he has sold other things
and is more experienced, The iron
is sell heating, so it is the proper
heat all the time; and you can iron
in half the time you commonly do
and have the clothes much nicer,
you can iron out under a tree or in
any cool place and one cent's worth
ot isenzome will do an ordinary i
roiling, so you save the price ol the
iron in fuel in a few weeks. by
addressing W. H. 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 1
rons once with a self heating iron
will have cne, as it saves so' much
labor and does so much better
Mrs M.B. Sep3 13t
We are truly orry to announce
the death of little Roland, only child
of Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Davidson from
tensilitis on Saturday last, aged 1
year and 10 months. v e do not be
lieve there is any place where the
tendern of interest and sympathy
in local alihctions is so quietly shown
as in Sequachee, and we say God
bless them for it, and tho knowledge
to Mr. and Mrs. Davidson that we all
feel with thorn and realize their af
fliction may, we trust, be comforting.
The funeral took plaee Sunday af
ternoon at Owen Church, Rev. J. M.
AVooten, of Whitwell ofliciating, and
besides friends and relatives, a very
large assemblage was present.
Col. M. I. Wickerslnm is engaged
In political work in North Alabama,
anu nis uauguter will remain nere
until his return.
Beet t ough Byrup. TateUXKl. Uao
LUKta trMht ALL tLbt tA.Lb.
Who can think
of some simple
ProtciCt your thr rny tiring you wealth.
Write JOHN WEUDEHbt'RN CO., Patent Attor
ney Washington, 1 c- their $l.MU prtM offer
auJ Uat vt twu hanIra LuTentions wanted.
Advertise in the News.
ttilug to patent?
Another large lot oflered this
. . . i
week at very low prices
'Heliotrope.' large cakes only 4c
Par ay' 4 cakes for lOo
'Cucumber Complexion' soap on-
l.V 7c I
King Cocoa snap at 7c.
Castile soaps 3c, 4c and 5c a
'White House Bouquet' soap,
very fine, 19c, or 3 cakes for 50c.
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
R & G corsets at 75c, $1, 1.25.
R & G drab nursing corsets at
Featherbone corsets at 50c, 65c,
75n nml ft1 OO.
An extra good corset for only 50o
Our c.orPfils nro warranted to
wear well and give good satisfact
We have a complete stock of la
dies muslin underwear. Ready
made garments are about as cheap
as the cost of the material. Why
should you trouble to make them C
29c. 39c, 49c and 59c.
Ladies' skirts 38?, 58c, 69c and 79c
Indies' night robes 49c, 65c, 79c
82c and 98c.
Ladies' corset covers 13c, 17c,
24c, 27c, 39 and 49c.
e have an extra good quality
ladies' black hose, full sizes and
full lengths, only 10c.
Better ones at 12ic, 15c, 20c and
New lot ladies Summer Vests
just received. We now have
all grades from 5c, 10c, 15c, up
to a very fine silk undervest at 2.
We offer an elegant line of ladies'
handkerchiefs at 5c, 10c, 15c, 20c
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
FRONTING PASSENGER DEPOT.
We sell the two leadintr makes. I
the 'Atwood' and the 'Crown.'
Every pair pleases the wenr-r
'Atwood' suspenders 25c and.
Oi own' snsnenders (cb, 50c. 1
Men's and bov s suspenders of i
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GOOD VALUE IN MEN'S SHOSS.
We have 10 cases, 3G0 pairs solid
leather heavy brogan shos, fully
worth $1.20 a pair that will be sold
at only 1.00 a p nr.
Our stock of mens' medium fine
shoes is also c miplete.
We offer some good bargains this
week in mens' bntf and val calf
shoes at 81.25, 1 35 and 1.50. Ail
nice Iresh stock.
Mens1 heavv oil grain shoes in
congress, lace and buckle- Three
f;es' l i , frn
i 1 rice L2o, l.o5 and l.oO.
Oar clothing Trade
is rapidly increasing
w u .
the largest stock of clothing in the
Valley, all well assorted ana bought
1 dirent from thu m!mufn-inrprs at
, cagh . w u t, .
like all other goods for a very small
profit, and our trade is growing
Our shoe sales are increasing ev
ery day. We have some good bar
rr;iiria fnrthlc mnnlli'o frorJo Dnii
low prices for good solid shos are
bringing lols ot trade
5 cases Ladies' glove grain button
shoes, solid leather, only 75c a pair.
8 cases Ladies' finer qualitv,
glove grain button shoes, all solid
at 9Sc a pair.
GO pairs Ladies' Dongola button
shoes, extra bargains at 81.00 and
Ladies' spring heel, soft Dongola,
finer quality, at $1.25. 1.50 and 1.75
Ladies' fine Dongola stock, com
mon sense heel and toe, also opera
toe and heel, button, at 81.25. 1,50,
1.75 and 2.00.
Large stock old ladies' comforts
able shoes for house wear at SI 50.
Ladies' fine shoes in all the late
styles and best makes at 81 50, 1.75
2.00, 2 50 and 3 00.
mm w jb.
We have some snecial srood bar-.
gains in Turkish bith towels.
L'irge sizes at little prices.
Look through our stock and pick
them out, Price 15c. 25c. 3fo and
40c a. ruiir.
Fine leather, assorted colors,
highly finished, at 25c, 35c, 50c and
65 c each.
Fine leather card or ticket hokU
ers20c and 25c each.
We have a large assortment of
; gentlemen's Four-inshands. scarfs,
bows, ccc, at 2oc, 33c and 50c each.
We have five cases hats from tho
factory this week, just opened.
ThesB are regular SI 25 hats.
'Quick sa'es arid small profits' is
our motto, so they go at only 75c.
This lot wont last long at this
for workingmen at 95c We have
GOO oairs extra good quality jeans
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gnoa heavy :eang better than any
pauis, uiuuu u-ptjciaiiy iur us uuui
Our Special Price only 95c-
Every pair warranted not to rip.
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 are selling at
75c. A good 8150 hat for only
81.25. A large slock of other good
Large size two pocket purses, lOo
Smallef ones at 5c.
Fine nickle plated, 3-pocket
purses, good black leather, finely
finished, at 20c. Largo assortment
at 5c, 10c, 15c, 20c to G5c.
We opened a new line of men's
neglige shirts this week that are
good bargains. We have a large
stock. Prices 45c, 75c, 81.00, 1.25,
We are receiving some good bari
gains in trunks from the manu
lacturers. Small profits make low
prices. See our trunks before you
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