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RAIL-ROAD TIME-TABLE,
N OUT if.
5:11. p. m.
South.
8:22 a. m.
MEETINGS
Owen Church preaching 2ml. Sun
day in each month. Sunday School
every Sunday at 9:30 a. in.
Pout 03, (t. A. II., meets regularly
the 2nd Saturday m ( ach mouth, at
12:00 p.m.
31. E. Church, colored, meetings
(very Sunday.
Camp Xo. 7, Sons of Veterans, IT.
S. A., meets 2nd Saturday at 1. p. m.
Siiquacheo Valley News.
PubMahed overy Thursday.
OUR DEVIL'S CORNER.
swearing off.
With many a sigli
I bid good bye
To this old jug which once held 'rye.'
Old pipe, farewell,
No tongue can tell
Jlow much I'll miss thy witching spell.
From words protano
1 will abstain;
To "cuss" is wicked quite and vain.
Thus from these three
Dad habits free
Next year a model man I'll
be.
RETRIBUTION.
Satan. "What is that new arriv
al howling so for?''
Bkelzhbub. "Oh, he's an editor
"Air Rob"
The presentation of the charm
ing comedy. "Mr. Bob," by the
Sequacbee Dramatic Club wag the
beginning of the Christmas obser
vance in Sequachee.
A fair audience was present and
thoroughly enjoyed the perform
once. Unlike many plays written
for amateur performances, "Mr.
Bob" has the distinction of nil the
characters being strong and (lis
tinct and admit ing of thorough
development. The plot is a youncc
ady has a frend whom plie dubs
'Bob", who pays l cr a visit and
who is supposed by the other. mem
Lfrs of the lamilv to be a L'entle
man and a "good many absurdities
occur in const qutmce A home
maid with predilection for the
sage and the buthr have a strong
ine of low comedy. The cast was
as follows:
Philip Chas Cunis.
Mr. Brown J. W Gtah.un
Jenkins W. C. Hill
Miss Luke Mi s M. Graham
Katharine Mrs. Graham
hirion Mrs. Davidson
Patty Miss Gustafson
It is only tair to sav that lor a
lirst indentation all did wed, jil
tliough mujh that could have made
it. mnrp. effective was ob iirl to be
liminated on account ot the sur
roundings.
Char es Curtis played his part
very intelligently. Mrs. Graham
made a good eftect in the second
-ict. V. 0. Hill as Jenkins both in
D'akc-ui) and action was accorded
hearty applause which he deserved
iiid J. W. Graham took .his pail
well. Mrs. Davidson did well lor
Averted
CT"pa VVO SUSPICIOUS looking characters wearing masks and enrrying dark lan
j terns paused in front of DAVIDSON'S STOKIS one dark night lt.st week ntu'l
j began trying to lit a key to the 'door. While thus engigcd a slip of p:ipcr
attracted the attention of one of them and he picked it up and studied it a moment by the light of his
lantern. Then with an exclamation of surprise, he passed it to his companion who examined it eagerly
for a time and then threw it down,
"That settles it, Bill," said he.
"We won't crack this crib. WHEN A MAN SELLS AT
THOSE PRICES. IT DOES N'T PAY TO STEAL."
And abandoning their tak, thev disappeared in the darkness.
Here is a List of the Prices that saved them from Bacomlog Thieves,
TDx-y Groc
3k
5c
La wps per y'd
Best Indigo Calico
Good Calico 4e
Cotton CI eeks 4c to Cm
Yard wide Domestic 4c to 0c
Ginghams 4;
B.st Oil Table Cloth 18c
Lad its llcse 4u
Large Boss Ball Thread 10c a d z.
Full line Men's Underwear from
25c to 90c.
MENS' WORK SHIRTS
75c.
who used to make a practice of copy- it first appearance and looked wed.
ing short stories and poems without M iss G nstatVon as Patty handled
giving proper credit. Haifa dozen
authors recognized him when he
enne in and they are having fun
with him. Just now they are pour
ing melted brass into his ear.
WItfTEil PLEASANTRY.
"Anything on foot to-day,
"Well I should say there
Smith.
old ir.au."
Joxks.-
was.
Smith. "What?"
Jonks. "Chilblains."
A good cheviot shirt 40
A better shirt worth 75c fAp
for only UUOe
A wool shirt worth Si 00
only
Fine shirts marked down from
75c and SI. 25 to only 50o and 90.
Best fine Negligee sdiirts only 80c
PANTS:
Mens' Jeans pants 75c, SI 00
1 25. Would be cheap anywhere
SI, 1.25, 1,50
Slioe
Department.
Lanies' fine Doi.gola button shoes
I 31.40 t S1.&5.
I Ladies' Glove and IVhhle Grain
shoes 1.05 to 1 50.
Childreiih' and Misses shoes siz-'S
ranging !mm 5 to 8, 90-; 9 to 12,
SI. 00- 13-2. 31.15.
Mens' fu I .-to:! shoes at only SI.
Kip Ties. $1.15 and 1.25.
Best Kip Ties. Si 50.
Mens' (alt hand-sewed shoes
81.50, 1.G5, and 1.85.
U.-guhir 83 shots 2 25
Boys' plw dio"s S1.15,
Boys' calf, sewed vshoes 1 25, 1.50.
Miscollaiieoiis.
Shoe nni'sonly or: a pap' r.
Half soles, 10! and 15c.
B( st shoe brushes 25c.
s Bhieking,
i acks, 3
Mason
(i'rpct I acks, 3 papers fur
Verry N ekln Lye 5o a
Sniphnr 5e "ft lh; 101s 40c. "
Suits, Go lb."
Quinine 5e , bottle.
N-.iiooi Crayons 3 boxes for
Screh
Sand paper, 6 sheets for 5c.
Lead penei s 10c per dozen.
Wms!) hoards 17c to 35c.
French harps
Pocket knife,
Scrub brushes.
1c and 8(3
5c.
box
oe a
25o
4c
10c
10c
K'c
b x
J&sTThese shoes are all
direct from the factory.
bought
Doubs. "Made any New Year
pledges?"
Iloims. "Yes, I pledged my sum
mer clothing to raise money to buy
winter flannels.
We learn that a very valuable coal
vein was found on the farm of P. J.
Swafford in the 3rd district on Cum
berland Mountain. Experts from
Dayton says it is a regular cliff vein
ami will prove very valuable. l ike
ft V
ville Banner.
her part splendidly ana in an en
tire change from her previous ef
lorts showed her v rsitahty, and
Miss Graham did well considering
t was her first appeal since. "Mr.
.Job" can be made a stunner and
we want the Club to play it Again
with many additions and we think
they ought to.
m g
l9E??VOUS Troubles are due to
ay impoverished blood. Hood's Sar
sapiirilla is the One True Blood
Purifier and MEftVE TONIC.
Non-Resident Notice.
In Chancery Court at Jasper, Ten
nessee,
Mixxn: B. Stkvkxsox
vs.
Jamks Stkvenson.
In this caiiisc it appears from the
allegation in complainant's b:ll which
is sworn to that James Stevenson
is a non-resioent oi me oiaie oi len-
lessee so that the ordinary process
ot law cannot be served on him.
It is therefore ordered by the
Clerk & Master that publication be
made in Tin: Skuaciiek Valley
News, a newspaper published in Ma
rion County, Tenn., for four consecu
tive weeks, notifying said defendant
-JEANS.
Good Jeans only Pic per y'd
Wool Jeans 25c; would cost you
35c anywhere.
SUSPENDERS.
A Truthful Statement.
An excellent and invaluable remedy, to appear on or before the next term
for the cure of cough, cold and hoarse- of Chancery Court for said County
i. tv Null's ronTh Svrun. and ,'4th Monday, r ebruary, 189 ) ami
make detense to said Oiil or tne same
will be taken for confessed and the
cause s t for hcarinr ex parte.
A. L. Pitts, C k M.
This Dec. 11, 1890. Decl7,4t,
ness,
Mr. Jas. Iladfleld, 350 West St., New
York City, verifies this statement.
He writes : "Dr. Pull's Cough Syrup
is a most excellent remedy for cough,
cold and hoarseness, and I take great
pleasure in recommending it to all,
who require such a valuable household
medicine." Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup
is sold everywhere for 25 cents.
Itipans Tabules cure indigestion
Rip.ins Tabules cure torpid liver
Ripans Tabulps: gentle cathartic.
Itipans Tabules cure constipation.
Ripans Tabules: for sour stomach.
Ripans Tabulos cure liver troubles.
Ripans Tabules: pleasant laxative.
A fine assortment of suspenders
all made from the best webbing
in i nee as follows:
10c, 15c, 20c, 25, and 40c.
CANTON FLANNEL,
I have the very best of
goods 10c.
these
G-ioceries
Granulated sugar 18 lbs for 81.00
Kxtra Common sugar 19 lbs for
61.00.
Coffee 12elb
Good Green Coffee 18c rft lb
Pe.-t Greer. Coffee 25c lb
McLaughlin's XXXX package
coffre lar ahead of Aib.uckles only
25c; 5 packages for SI.
2 bars ot cood soap !r 5c.
3 large packages oatmeal
Sod ), 4c per package.
1 pound can bat-ing powder
Sardines only 5n a box.
3 lb cans Tomatoes
Salmon only 15c.
Corn beef, 15c; 2 for 25c.
Raisins Gc r$ lb,
25 c
10c
1UC
A x le grease
A u'w Mason's
'JUC (1('Z.
Go (I Prooni
Tablets,
bu- '! of harness leather & 2Do
oy the side.
2 quart jars ($
i:o
- 4o
4a A iJL.,
Nut meg GraUr,
I'int Cups,
Tie Puis,
Milk Strainer,
I gal buck ts
1 uhI covered buckets
U--ga' cover d buckets
2-gal cveied buckets
l)ith pans
Wi sh pans
Miik pans
Cke pans
Large bread spoon
Stove pipin?. o ioints for 25c
Elbows only 15.c.
ii A 111) WARE.
Best No. 1 axe and handle 75o
tl'irse sh(ies, 5o each.
Strp hinges from 10c to 18c.
Best wire nails only 4c fr lb
3c
a
8c
10c
10c
ICo
Ifc
lie
22c and 2c
5c and 10c
5c to 10ij
18c
5c
Sequachee, Tenn., Oct. 29, '90.
Who can think
some Aiiiiiile
tUlDit to l atent?
ther may tirln; you wealth.
Wanted-An Idea I
PnHct yonr pk: ther may trln.r
rue juhn wk nnrm: v -( n, ......
D?B, WashlnRtoti. D c, for thPir $10.1 prue uiTer
a0llt ot to hundred luvenUoua wai.tcl.
Advertise in the News.
(Caveats, and Trade-Marks obtained and all Tat-
fentbusines3conaucteaior Moderate Fees.
our office is Opposite U.S. patentoffice
nd wecanscrure patcntia le4 Urns taaa tuosc
Irpmnte from Washington.
Send model, tlraw mff or photo., Vita descrip
tion. We aavise, h patencaoia or roc, irea j
charge. Our fee not duo till patent is secured. .
A Pamphlet, 44 H01 to Obtain Talents," with
(cost ot same in the U. S. and foreign countrie
(sent Iree. AdJrcss,
Twice-a-Week Courier-Journal.
Beginning the lirst of the new
year, the Weekiy Courier-Journal,
of 'Louisville. Ky., will be changed
to the Twice-a-Week Courier-Journal.
It will be published Wednes
day and Saturday mornings. The
paper will be six pages, or twelve
pages a week, instead of ten pages
weekly, as at present, an increase of
832 columns of matter during the
year. The Wednesday issue will be
devoted exclusively to news and
politics, while the Saturday issue
.will be strictly a family paper filled
wun siories, miscenany, pictures,
poetry, sketches, etc. The politics
of the paper will not be changed,
and the battle for pure Democracy
and true Demociatlc principles will
be continued successfully in the fu
tare as in the past. In spite of the
expense involved in the improve
ments noted, the price of the Twice-a-Week
Courier-Journal will ramain
the same, one dollar a jear, with
liberal inducement to agents or old
subscribers who send in new ones
A feature during the coming year
will be the editorials of Mr. Henry
Waterson on political and other top
ics of the day.
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no.Yi1
the
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You D-.in't Get The News.
-ti-
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papers combined. ; : ; ; :
0
est Market Kep -ius,
L) ESI FoKEION N E W S ,
E"T Local aews,
est State News.
More Correspondents than
Paper in the South.
any
o-
ht
lit
Opp.
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Itipans Tabules assist digestion.
Ripans Tabules cure bad breath.
Ripans Tabules cure biliousness.
Ripans Tabules: one gives relief-
The price cf lh- O.ilr. ono veir Ei
Dullars:oie month, Go . Sruu
wrr ly. t :;e year 're lol
l v. ix m ri'l s
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Ripans Tabulos cure nausea.
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Ripans Tabules cure dizinets.
Ripans Tabules cure headache.
Ripans Tabules cure f.atulcnce.
Ripans Tatuks cure dyspepsia.
$1800,00
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AVe secure tho best patents for orir clients,
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keep track of their bri.rht ideas. At the same ti ne we
wisn to impress uron the public the fact that '
IT 'S THE SIMPLE, TRIVIAL INVENTION'S
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such as the "car-vindow" which can be easily slH up
and down without breaking the passenger's Luck,
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stoi per," and a thousand other little things that m it,t
any one can find a way of improving ; anu these smiple
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