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w WW M a K LmiW . Per tho ECbcts of La Grippe Chicago, March, 1891 9 One ef our sisters suurcd from weakness of tli nerves In the head sinoe ibe had la friPP four years aro. 6be did n't deep Bo ore than half or one lionr, and aometime not at all at eight; sha bad also diCiculty to breath o that abe didnt expect to Ht; she tried d iBerent medicines for about a year without any relief, but after the took Pastor EoenWr's Svrrm Tonic her health was re stored and shs enjoys rood sleep again. S3t&3 OF 71. CI.aRK. IU mmi LsCia 6. . C3iatawa,in3a,lltrcir3. W wed Faster KoenfjU terr Tonic for errausneas, for wtiteh U great relUf and rsfrsohiof sleen. gizmos 07 K 57113 BASIS. EnPT-A Valuable Book on Kerrons DIs 1 1 rJ f i &nd a sample bottle to any sd 1 1 L La f8' jr PatieBta alo get the meti Tbis remedy ban beea preparedby the Rev. Father Koeuiff, ot 1'ort Wayne. lad- since 1818, and U now end his direction by the UODJtC MED. CO., Chicago, I!!. Cold D7 Drayjlsts ot CI per Kottls 6feC3 )rjs Btza. 61.75. 6 Bottles for C3. VICTORIA. Rev. R. S. Umberger preached at i5ethol buuday. Rev. John Sweeny will preach at .Sttrdis next bunday. Byron Tatom, of Jasper, was in xae city ounaay. Miss Rittie Morrison and Mr -Slation wer married last Tuesday. Mrs. B. B. Rodgers, who has been sick for some time, is slowly recovering. Miss Kate Kewis will enter Pry- or Institute Monday next. Mrs. J. B. Martin was visiting in Jaf per last Saturday and Sunday. Miss Mamie Alley, of Jasper, woh visiting relatives here last week. Confidence is restored and a cer tain youap. lady got five cents worth of it at the People's Store Saturday. I think that "Wood Knocker had better change to "Truth Knocker" since all the truth wa? knocked out of tho notes from this place last week. Prof. Hunter was here last Satur da? looking after tho inter, sts of his school. Prol. Hunter is a mover and deserves the patronage of the people of the bequachee Valley. Last Thursday at 6 30 p. m. Miss Netta Lewis and Mr. J. H Harris were married at the resi dence of thb bride's lather, G. W Lewis. IThe News offers concrat illations, out no cake has turned up yet, Eds, Em Gray. Save The Children. When children are attacked with ' cough, cold and croup, Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup will prove a quick and sure cure. Mr. Elmer E. Baker, Blandon, Pa., writes: "We have used Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup for cough, cold and croup, and found it the best cough medicine and cure for these affections. We never run out of it, but always keep it on hand." Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup is sold everywhere for 25 cents. Insist on having It. U J u u tJ u u 2 o R-I-P-A-N-S The modern stand ard Family Medi cine : Cures the common every-day ills of humanity. TBASS BUM PUBLIC SCHOO L EXHIBIT ON. THE CLOSING EXERCISES OF MT. OLIVE SCHOOL WILL BE RENDERED TUESDAY NIGHT, NOV. 24, 1896, WITH THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM. 1. Song, Marching Home, 2. Recitations. 3. Sleepy John, 4. A Little Bird. 5. Dialogue. Comnetiner Railroads. c ' i o 6. Trials of Life, 7. Pin Getting Too Bisr to Kiss. 8. The Spider and the My, 9. Dialogue: The Fox and the Geese. 10. A Happy English Child, 11. The Turnip, 12. Remember, 13. Dialogue: Some Things You Ought to Know. 14. Sciences, 15. The "Watermillion." 16. . The Tempest, 17. Dialogue: Backwoods Chart Class. 18. To-day and To-morrow, 19. Asking Mother, 20. Why Young Maids Wed, zl. ihe Tramp, 22. Wreck of the'Hesperus, 23. Dialogue How Father Carves the Duck. 24. The School by the Lane, 25. Lazy Ned, 26. Give me Three Grains of Corn, 27. Dialogue: Corporal Punishment. 28. A Drunkard's Wife, 29. The Puzzled Dutchester, 30. The Dying Californian, 31 Needles and Pins, 32. Dialogue: Frog Hollow Lyceum. 33. The Drowning Singer, 34. Georgie's Birthdav, 35. The Modern Belle, 36. The Preacher's Vacation, 37. Dialogue: Jo Ab Swash. 38. Shacob's Lament, 39. Improvement, 40. Song, Big Bass Drum, 41. Parting Hymn, 42. Song: God be with you. EVERYBODY INVITEDj . 01. IllceUIffiY, Principal. THE . . . 6 C10fl lives -BUT- By School. By little folks. John Griffith. Fannie Morrison. Ed Saynes. Maggie Cain. Tom Morrison, Sr, John Kettle. Nancy Griffith. Julia Turner. Albert Abraham. Ed Savnet8. Jennie Hickb Susie Griffith. Tom Morrison, Jr. Ada Morrison. Harry Burgess. Hannah Atterson Joe Cain. Calvin Kilgore. Edith Cain. Mary A. Nunn. Will Saynes. Susie Honey. Delia Kilgore. Crecie Frizell. Marion Rodgers. Will Saynes. Martha Griffith. Marion Rodgers. Fred Stevenson. Crecie Frizell. Levi Rodgers. S. II. Alexander is still selling goods as CHEAP as you will find them sold in the Valley WE have a large stock of Dry Goods, Notions, Boots & Shoes, Clothing and Groceries. tO-WE ASK THE PEOPLE OF SEQHACHEETO COME AND SEE US. WE WILL SAVE YOU MONEY. VERY RESPECTFULLY, mtma&m- -fass.il- mAmmJ rnimrni mfmmmkmi mka&mSml tsLsV Jasper, Tenn. Jasper. When we reach the good Mc Adam road in Jasper we wish the road to Sequacnee could be straight ened and built of the same mater ial. Russ Pryor is still working on Col. Spears' house on Spring St. ' The attendance at both schools in Jasper is on the increase. We hear quite favorable com ment on Prof. Allen of the Sam Houston Academy as an elocutions ist. The Prvor Mill is the busiest in the Valley and there is no chance of a let up. Mr. Mansfield says the mill is doing finely. We are glad to note the system atic work being done on the streets in Jasper. Whoever is in charge knows how to round up a road. A Chora that churns in One EJinute I have been in the dairy busi ness all my life and have many times churned lor an hour before butter would appear, so when I heard of a churn that would churn in a minute, I concluded to try it. Every day for a week I used it,tand not only could I chum in a minute but I got more and better butter than with the common churn. This is very important inlormation to butter makers. The churn works easily and will churn an or dinary churning in less than CO seconds. 1 have sold two dozen of these churls in the past month. Every butter maker that has seen me churn in less than a minute has bought one. You can obtain all desired information regarding the churuby addressing J. F. Cas ey it Co , St. Louis, Mo and they will give you prompt and court eous attention. A Dairy Man. Springdale. Mr. J, E. DeSablier and family returned from Chattanooga last week. Lee Lasater called on his best girl Wednesday night. Calvin and William Alder went to South PitUburg last week. Dennis Harris and John Springs were out fox hunting last Thurs day night. Our little, curly.headed, blue eyed Laurence Lasater says there is no place like just over the river. B. B. Lasater went to South Pittsburg last week. Mrs. T. R. Harris and little eon Herbert have been visiting friends and relatives at East End. Mrs. Tom Lasater has been sick for some time but is better now. Miles Merrit and Dan Ferguson were hunting in Springdale Thurss day night. Wiley Spangler says v his baby boy's name is McKinley. W. J. Harris was off horse swap ping last week. Laurence Lasater and Miss Ber tha Alder attended church at Se quacbee last Sunday. Alvis Brown, of Browniville, called in Springdale last week. He has just erected a new barn here. J E. De Sablier called in Browns ville this week Catharine. The Record of remarkable cures effected enables us truthfully to say that Hood's Sana parUla Is the only true blood purifier prominent ly In tht public eye today. Get only llood'a. Hood's Pills are the best family cathartic and liter medicine. HarnT.en, reliable, sure. VJanted-An Idea Protwct TMjr l1! t mtij hring yo weaitfe. Writ JOH.H -JUlHfaf RS A CO., F.Wrel Altar. a7. WMBinfton, D. C fi. th.lr ST.ft-O pri cfiar XTho eu thick of from. ilmpM thiaf to piow PI bi r MAR OK NEW HAMPSHIRE AVENUE, SEQUACHEE, TENN. odations: ccomm iMrses iieas Parties coming from the North will coufer & favor by writing, or using 'Phone or Telegraph. flTl ATT TT fllTTIT! yuvuriuiiiyy Of T I Mr I IK UX Office: Marion House. Residents of Bequachee have all the privileges in con nection with Water 8rviceb; equal to any first class city The supply is taken from Cumberland Mountain from springs' 350 feet elevation. Three milea of pipe are now laid. THOMAS R. ML. Notary Public: Certificate of Appointment filed in U.S. Pension Offices. CORRESPONDENCE solicited from persons de , siring to purchase land for residence or farming pur poses. TITLES examined. SEQUACHEE. TENN. lUDScnoe m me . . . w SE001CBEE VALLEY HEWS. , wr ma ao&urcd LiTsauo&s wumkI. Cash For Composers. O. K. Houck & Co:, music deal ers of Memphis, f enn., acting un der the endorsement and in the in terest of the Tenneosee Centennial Exposition, which is to be held at Nashville, during 1897. offer a prize of 8100.00 in cash for the best or iginal composition foi the piano in the form of a march, the winning composition to be published as the Tennessee Centennial Prize March, and during the exposition 10,000 souvenir copies will be given away at their piano and organ-exhibit in the Commerce building. The litb ograoh title page will contain a bird s eye view of the exposition grounds, ami at the top of each page of musio will be an original design of one of the buildings. Manuscripts will be received up to Jan. 1, And award of judges an nounced on January 15, 1S97. For fall information address Publish ing Department. O. C. Houck & Co Memphis, Tenn, Itipans Tabules euro constipation. Itlpans Tabules: for sour stomach. Itipans Tabulea cure liver troubles. Illpsiiis Tabules: plea&ant laxative. 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