North Carolina Newspapers

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THE ELON COLLEGE WEEKLY.
February 22, 1911.
COLLEGE CUT CLOTHES
Honest Quality, Top of the Fashion
FOR THEY ARB FROM
TAILORING
LINE.
“The Hopkins”
SHOES Especially Suited to COLLEGE TRADE. Both STYLISH and HIGH
QUALITY SNAPPY FURNISHINGS FOR COLLEGE MEN.
The Holt=Cates Company,
BURLINGTON N. C.
begins to show her his hoarded treasure
and then offers it all to her if she will be
come his wife-. She will not have a cent
on these terms, telling him that she does
not and cannot love him. He refuses the
loan and sends her away, but ere she had
gone many yards he repents his steps and
jumping upon his pony overtakes her and
gives her the gold, saying that she might
marry whom she would.
Jeanie then gets herself in readiness
and leaving a neiglibor in charge of the
home starts upon her long journey and
on foot, to London.
(To be continued.)
RUSKIN AS A WETTER.
Ruskin’s style we might say is a charm
ing mixture of sublimity, enthusiasm, and
good English commonsense. Ruskin does
not have miicli reserve either in his writ
ing or thinking, but he has just about
every thing else. He has purity, elas
ticity, dramatic force, wit, passion, imag
ination and nobility. He writes about art,
history, science, theology, education, econo
my, poetry, agriculture and many other
subjects.
Raskin is a musical, eloqueiit prose
writer. He plays the prose lyre and
strikes every infinite note with power and
melody, that inspires the very musical
soul of man. His writing is art expressed
in words.
Alliteration and assonance, adjectives
in description, anthithesis in argument,
and climax with dramatic force he used
with very much power.
His sentences are ihythmical and full
of music, his thoughts excellent, his style
unsurpassed. He is clear, simple and
charming in his manner of expression.
His prose is marked by two styles, a
dramatic style, vehement, rhetorical, and
full of imagery, such as we find in “Mod
ern Painters,” and “Seven Lamps.”
Then, too, he has a more modeiate styla,
found in “Fors Clovigera. ” Melody and
rhythm, strength and earnestness charac
terize his writing. There is symmetry and
rhythn in his sentence structure. One
only has to read the beautiful lines found
in the preface to “The Crown of Wild
Olive” to understand something of the
beauty of this grjat writer.
“No clearer or diviner waters ever sang
with constant lips of the hand which
giveth rain fr«ra heaven; no pastures ever
lightened in springtime with more pass
ionate blossoming etc.”
Musical, sublime, eloquent and full of
inspiration. Art in words.
W. F. Warren.
Chapel Hill, N. C.
/
K'Hteik
Vew “Rock Hill” Lightes
Running, Most Stylish
and Durable on
Market
I Patented Long-Distance Spindles,
oiled without removal of wheels.
ir Patented Side Spring.
1 Strongest braced Body made.
!fNew style Seat.
I Every feature of high class make.
5 Phaetons, Surries, Runabouts of
same High Quality.
Our guarantee your protection.
HlLi:’
A Postal Card To Us Will Bring An
Agent To You At Once
ROCK HILL BIGGY COMPANY
Rock Ilill, South Carolina
DRUGGETS;
FULL STOCK RUGS, DRUGGETS, MATTING, PORTIEES, LACE CURTAINS
WINDOW SHADES, MADE TO ORDER.
BURTNER FURNITURE COMPANY,
GREENSBORO, NORTH CAROLINA.
People’s House Furnishing Company.
MANTLES,
HIGH POINT, N. C.
Wholesale and Retail House Fvimishers and Jobbers,
GRATES,
TILE,
A SPECIALTY
SUNDAY SCHOOL REPORT FOR FEB.
19, 1911.
Class No. 1. Dr. J. U. Newman, Teacher.
Priesent, 12; collection, 28 cts.
Class No. 2. Prof. T. C. Amick, Teach
er. Present, 10; collection, 32 cts.
Class No. 3. Mr. A. L. Lincoln, Teach-
uv. Present, IS; collection, 38 cts.
Class No. 4. Mrs. R. J. Kernodle, Teach
er. Present, IS; collection, 39 cts.
Class No. 5. Mr. E. T. Hines Teacher.
Present, (i; collection, 14 cts.
Class No. (). Mr. R. A. Campbell,
Teacher. Present, 16; collection, 27 cts.
Class No. 7. Mrs. J. W. Patton, Teach
er. Present 24; collection, 7 cts.
Class No. S. Miss Ethel Clements, Tea
cher. Present, 13; collection, 12 cts.
Class No._9. Mrs. J. M. Saunders, Tea
cher. Present, 19; collection, 11 cts.
Class No. 10. Mis. J. L. Foster, Teach
er. Present, 29; collection 9 cts.
Citizens’ Bible Class. Prof. W. A. Har
per, Teacher. Present, 14; collection, 22
cts.
Totals: Scholars, 188. Visitor, 1. Whole
School, 200. Collection, $2.39.
J. Sipe Fleming, Sec.
1890 IQll
ELON COLLEGE.
A young, vigorous College for both men and women. On Southern Railws
sixty-five miles west of Raleigh, the State capital, and seventeen miles east of tl
thniving city of Greensboro.
THE LOCATION IS DELIGHTFUL; W^ATER PURE, CLIMATE HEA1.THFUL.
Plant valued at $150,000, is modern in comfort and convenience. Steam heat elec
tric lights, water and sewerage connections with all buildings. Courses Lead to A. B.,
Fb. B., and A. M. Degrees.
Emmtt L, Moffett, A. LL. D., President
B. A. SELLARS d' SOKS,
High-Class Dry Goods
AND GENTS’ CLOTHIERS AND TAILORING MERCHANTS.
MAIN STREET, ' . BURLINGTON, N. C.
FREEMAN DRUG COMPANY.
Burlington. North Carolina.
Are the leaders in Drugs, Chem cals and Toilet Articles.
CAREFUL ATTENTION TO MAIL ORDERS.
Alamance Insurance (Si Real
Estate Co.
Insurance. Loans and Real Estate.
CASH CAPITAL, ?30,000.00
MONEY LENT through this Company on real estate is secured both by mortgage
and Company guarantee. The lender receives 6 .per .cent, interest—3 .per .cent.,
praxnptly every six months—and is not bothered about interest collections.
W. K. HOLT, President,
R. M. MORROW, Vice-President,
W. E. SHARPE, Treasurer and Manager.
Burlington, N. C.
n. B. SMITH,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Furniture and House Furnishings,
Phone 239,
BURLINGTON, N.C.
W^e have recently received another large shipment of Rugs and Art Squares.
We can please you as to pattern, color, quality and price in this as well as other
lines we handle.
We have the most complete stock ever shown in Alamance County, in House
Furnishing Goods.
M. B. SMITH, BURLINGTON, N. C.
—Parenthood carries its anxieties all
through life, and the older the parent the
deeper becomes the solicitude. A New
Jersey father celebrated his one hundred
and first biithday recently, and when con
gratulated on his long life and good
health, said that the only thing that trou
bled him was the poor health of his sev
enty-six year old son. But, without anxie
ty and solicitude comes little happiness
in this life.
    

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