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every little trouble, but you do n-cd in the house a trusty remedy for times of danger. Thousands are saved by having at hand Wliilcl c m a certain cure for disorders of the Liver, Kidneys , and Bladder. Use it at once for sore back, furred tongue, lost appetite and changes in urine or bowels; It is wise to be always ready for them . Sold by druggists, $1.00 a bottle. ' ' THE DR.J.H. MCLEAN MEDICINE CO. . T. LOUIS MO. For sale by J. 1, Schultz. T-Ie Celebrated Clipper Horse L-iffCoItiyalor. You loosen the catch y the Horses do th rest. ActtnoifiJritttett hit Mrjwts to J 17ie heit Hiding Cultivator on cartU, Tht CnltlTatnr is always balanced vlien the fl'ievvlsaro txit.il in :nil out of tlio gnniiiil. 1'jtU e;pe3 are rimi'il nntnmnticnlly litem- ti no, by horso power, by tlihgiime movement I'm position of tlio Axle, is changed to etiuni-wi-i'he. and prevent polo from flying up. nnd ill addition fniu oil other advantages. Easiest on tlio horsea, easiest on the opera tor. Once used yon u ill Jiave i0 other. Guar tvteed to give perfect nt isf action when prop erly tvliiistcn ana operated. M.isua in 11H tlia dili'eii'iitKtvle tmriErs. Writo for catalogue giving full description to ; The Clipper Plow Co., . Defiance, 6. , , Sole' Manufacturers, MARION STONE & MONUMENTAL CO. 11. L. KILLIAF, Prop., JASPER. TENN. Manufacturers of-.. GRANITE and MARBLE MONUMENTS, t I ' TABLETS, V i ' HEADSTONES. All kinds of Cemetery Work. i t . We handle the best of 'marble, and give the best of workmanship. Freight in a large item in phip t"'.!11!? finirhed marble. If you pur chase from us we will save jou sev eral dollars. ',. . . .; We have an expert engraver and supply any .design or style of en graving desred. fiytalit Jin t ' , t. 1 - km t i tub t : f- . .,., makes Creamery But- fcVCry rarmCr ter, more of it, and a , . -great deal easier, with this Separator. 1 It does away with expensive machinery and . requires do power or fuel to run it. afford to be without tine. Manufactured in three slses. Nor t, and 3; prices. $8.0O, $18.00 and 15.00 each. liberal sfisrount tit AgaUt, Agent routed te ever county Write at once to Ed. S. Cushman, CESTBBVlf.Li:, I A. MISS LOUISE H. HILL, ' teacher of......... J?iano Szj Organ. SEtjUAClIEE, TENN. GUSTAFSON BROS., FOUNDRY MACHINE SHOP, HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR OLD IRON and BRASS. !SEUACHEF, TENN. Da. C. li. FOWLKES, -JASi'EU, tenn; . , I 0 GREATEST 1 ; . Improvement 1JOCA.L. And it rained a,iin Saturday. '1'iih public schuol Mill open MotiJay July y. M. C. Campboll vuluntoera to flra tbe salute July 4. Mr. A. Milbrandt wont to Chattanoo ga Monday. And it did not rain all day Sunday. Just think of it A. K. Pryor, uf Victoria, visited W. S. l'ryor Sunday. Major Hill uddresaed tbs Institute Monday morning. Chris Wa'iHT brought us some fine vejjL-iabk'ii i'riday. Miss Lora Suiitb, of Whitwoll, at-lemiL-d the liiamute. Will Kuniay, of Inman, paid us a pleasant visit Saturday. Henry Kont, our popular builder, went to liitwoU Saturday. Kxatuinatious will be the order of tho day at Ihu Institute till H closes. Misn AJdio Arlcdjre and Mr. Charles Arledgo visittd thisotuco Monday. Wylie Paiker is now janitor of the school building. A good appointment. A number of visitors iu town visited the Handio Works Thursday afternoon. Mr. L. V. (.label's mill shut down Thursday after running two days and a balf. Mr. E. XV.. McCurry, of Wbitwoll, was in atleudancu at tbe Institute Thurs day. J. L", Roaik loft Saturday morning for Sheilinoutid wbeie be will open school to-day. Martin L. Harris, Circuit Court Clerk, of Jasper, visited tbe iasliiute Friday afternoon. W. J. Sbclton, of Sulphur Springs, is an enthusiastic attendant on the In stitute. Miss Bula Royd was added to tbe list of teachers attending the Institute M mday. Wheat lias been badly damaged by tho recent heavy rain and is sprouting in the shock. Mr. (r. M. 15rown had charge of the Institute Monday meriting until the arrival of Supt. Tate. MissMary Scbulu is now at Jasper, attending on little Gertrude Schullz, wlfo is sick with levor. l'rof., V. C. Williams, principal of l'ryor Institute, Jasper; addressed tho Institute Friday afternoon. jas. Prig more, . of Victoria, was in town Friday night. Ha waa accompan ied back by John M. Gerren. Miss Mike Allen and, Mr. Uible, and Miss McCiill and Mr.' Gerren visited ibis oltioe Friday evening. Messrs. Hamilton and Young of Vic toria, will open a blacksmith shop in tbe Norfis property above town. Russell & Co.'s new thresher com menced operations Friday afternoon in tho wheat owned by Walter Hill. Perhaps t.ho commencementof .1 coun ty High School horo will pave tbe way to a summer school a la Monteagle. D. M. Tate, of Jasper, census enum erator for the, 7lh district closed up his work in the district Friday and Sat urday here. Prof. 11. E. Tate was obliged to at tend County Court at Jasper Monday, being a member of tbe county finance 1 oiuiuittee. Mr and Mrs. E. E. Bull and son, of Whitwoll, were in tbe city Saturday calling at the Valve Works and tho News office. Dr. II. M. Evans left for Dunlap Sat urday evening to conduct Teachers In stitute fur Sequacbeu County begin ning Monday. Miss liarbara Kaulston, of Lodge well known to our citizens as having taught, a very successful term of school here, is attending tlio Institute. Mrs. C. II. Davidson and family will soon leave for Kobton, Mass., where Mf, Lavidsou is now located. Wo shall re grot to lose the Davidsons very much. S.nco tho advent of the teachers tbe lllowiny Spring has tken on a now name, 1 aradise, some say a sort of lovers' paradise, whatever that may be Tho projrratn committee of tho Insti tuto, llev. E. W. Walker, chairman, has been very prompt and useful, and as consequence every day has brought ad ded interest. Among Dip many bright young ladies who attend the Institute is Miss Fan nie It.iulston, of Comfort, who recited beautifully atone of tbe entertainments last week. Mr. Alex. F. Johnson, of Decatur Ala., says; -,I have used two bottles of your Dames K!dnv & Bladder Cure and the pain which I bad in my back has ceased and I feel greatly benefited in other ways. The local young men and ladies were well represented at the Institute. A mong them vVe find Dennis Harris, S. T Rot.erson. (has. Curtis, Joe Kiigorp, and Misses Jennie Harris, Nora Lasater and Althea Spears. The Daily Program has become useful adjunct to life in Sequacbee, so much so tbat if people did not get enpy early In the morning tbey either snt around orcatne around for it Dur ing the Institute over 400 copies wero distributed every morning. Mr. S. S. Hagie, Conductor of the N C t SL L. By. is saying to bis friends who haye kidneys or bladder trouble "If yon will but try one half dozen bot tles or Karnes Kidney A Bladder Cure, and find that it does not cure you I will pay (or it myself. It is tbe finest thing I ever saw." Wo commend the enterprise and good sense of tbe peoplo of Whitwell In cel ebruing tbe 4th of July witb their wivcH and children. It is right When fatniliea can enjy an outing together as in this case all are joint participants of enjoy mnt This custom should bo made more general than it is. Tho recent heavy rains have left the roads everywhere in an almost impass ible condition, and locally the roads are not an exception. Heavy hauling of n ai'lt supplies. lumbor, hickory, Ac., from Little Sequacheo love, bas put tbat road in such a condition tbat two run'" I'm hardly haul an empty waon ew Store A'ND New. Goods! JUST opened on Tennessee Avenue my stock of Familu Groceries which I offer at Fair Prices. Having come to stay I ask a share of your patronage. Fine Confectionery and Fruits, Ice Cream and Sum mer Drinks a specialty. Come and see me. J. W. Houts, Sequachee, Tenn. WA'ICII US GROW. Mrs.. W. M. Gott, of Victoria, hts had her name added to our list. WATCH US GROW. , ' J. Jl. Ellis, ot Whiteside, joins the expanding procession of News read ers and gets the Farm Journal. WATCH US GItOW. Miss Sarah Abies paid us a short but appreciative visit Friday to pay her subscription. - WATCH US. GROW. Mr. G. S. Brown, of Oates Island, subscribes for the News and Home and Farm and gets the Farm Journ al. WATCH US GROW. Miss Barbara Itaulston, of Lodge, will read the News and arm Journ al hereafter. WATCH US GROW. R. C. Stout, of Dove, is been , ad led to our lists and will also read the Farm Journal. WATCH US GROW. ' Prof. P. A. Taie, of South Pitts burg, renews his subscription to the News. WATCH US GROW. J. A. Goforth, of Tracy City, is a late addition to our list and gets the Farm Journal also. WATCH US GROW. W. 11. Rankin, of Jasper, pays for the News and gets the Farm Journal. WATCH US GROW. J. C. Bible of Kelley's Ferry, is a new subscriber to the News and gets tlie Farm Journal. WATCH US GROW. John A. Ferguson, of Jasper, paid for six months of good reading when he ordered th News Tuesday. WATCH US GROW. Jas. Wells, of victoria, is a new subscriber to the most popular sheet of the Valley. WATCH US GROW. W. S. Mintei renews his subs scription to the News and will keep up with the news of the Valley lor another year. WATCH US GROW. COLD STEEL OR DEATH. "There Is but one small cbance to save your life and tbat is through an operation," was the awful prospect set boforo Mrs. I. li. Hunt, 01 Lirao judge. Wis., by ber doctor after vainly trying to cure here of a frighting case of stom ach trouble and yellow jaundice. lie didn't count on the marvellous power of Electric Hitters to cure Stomach and Liver troubles, but she beard of it, took seven bottles, was wholly cured, avoid ed surgeon's knife, now weighs more and feels better than ever, lis posi tively marantood to cure Stomach, Liv er and Kidney troubles and never dis appoints. 1 rice :(. For sale by W. A. Turner. Bar. tie yy llH iri YOU Ha if ;TWS txgt B;gti'.iire THE INSTITUTE. Resuming our report the routine of Wednesday, Thursday and Friday was the same aa on previous days. In the: devotional exercises of Wednesday Prof. E. A. Ash burn, ot Whitwoll, pre sided, and an address was mads by County Superintendent of School Stew art, of Dunlap. Tbe evening enter tainment "An Evening wUb Dickens," was reported last week. Thursday morning Rev. A. K. Price, of VYbltwell, toojt cbarge, and Supt Tato mado a practical address. Thurs day evening the cntertainmout at tbo school house was a grand success and the published program was carried out Friday morning Mr. U. S. Brown bad cbarge of the dovotional exercises, and Major Thomas II. Hill made a practical talk. Tho eveuing program was furn ished by tbe Sequaehee Literary Socie ty, and although some by enforced ab sence could not be present, was a cred itable and enjoyable presentation. The following was tho program: Music. "Akrobaton Polka," W. C. Hill and Miss Louise Hill: Recitation, "In Sequachee," John R. Roberson. Debate Resolved tbat Canada should be annexed to tbe Unitoil States. Aflirmative. Negative. !i. E, Tate, Spears Roberson. Chas. Curtis. Dennis Harris. Declamation, "Fuss at Fires." Oscar Campbell. Recitation, "The Clock on the Stairs," Louise Hill. Essay, "Sequachoo: Impressions of a Visitor," - Grace Condra. Paper. Rocitatiou, "The Ruined Merchant," Tbula Martin. Music, " ' "Lotta's Waltz," W. C. Hill and Louise Hill. At tbe afternoon session on Friday Prof. W. C. Williams, M. A,, ' President of Pryor , Institute, ,was present and made an address. Monday .morning Prof. G. M. Brown called the meeting to order, and Rev, A. K. Price took charge of devotional exorcises. The singing was excellent, after which tho examinations began one hour being devoted to oach subject nine in all. Examinations were commenced Mon day morning, and tbe final program was given Monday nigbt beforo a large and appreciative audience. Tno evening was intensely sultry but it did not wilt tbe en lb usiasm of tbe performers,' who without exception acquitted themselves admirably. An impromptu address by John M. Uerren at tbe conclusion of the program was interesting.' - Tho recita tions were excellent, all tho reciters acquiting themselves well. 'The de bate was interesting, beln .on a local subject as tb following program will sbow. I : i Music, Puckwudgie.s Galop,' Louise and W. C. Hill. ; Recitation, . ., Miss Haltio O'Neal Recitation, II. E. Tate. Song, "Over tbe Summer Sea, Miss Mathildo (mstalson. ' Recitation. Miss Fannie Raulston. Debate Resolved J that Sequachoe should have a county High School. Affirmative, f Negative. G. S. Brown, J. F. Koarko, 8. T. Roberson, WYS Pryor. Violin Solo, "For This," W. C. HiU. Ilecitation, v Miss Maud Brown R'cltat.ion, "Washington Aft'r tho Battle of Yorktown, Miss Louise Hill Recitation, 'Auntie Doleful visit, Miss Thula Martin. Music, "Home, Sweet Home," Louise and W. C. Hill. The Institute' closed Tuesday after noon and tbe teacbers returned to their homes voting that Sequachee was an ideal place with an ideal peoplo. Miss Hattio O'Neal returned to her homo at Pleasant Grove this morning. Francis McCullough was in town yes terday. He was 'limping considerably from tbe injury be received a few weeks go. We are glad to boar tbat little Ger trude Scbultz, daughter of Dr. W. II. Scbultz, is much better. We regret to bear tbat Margaret, daughter of Col. W. D. Spears, of Jas per, is seriously ill with fever. Do you own a horse? Then get Biggie Horso Book. Price 50c. W llnier Atkinson Co,rluladelphia, A good many tuachors returned to their homes Friday evening to spend Saturday and Sunday. It was not be cause tbey wished to get away from Paradise. 1 Rev. A. K. Price bad cbarge of devo tional service Monday morning and in stead of Scripture reading, introduced a review of tho Sunday school lesson of the previous day, which was very inter esting. Micntc.AK Crrr, Ivr., Feb. 14, 1809. I am taking Dr. i. II. McLean's Liver and Kidney Balm. I am now on tbe first bottle, and it has a good etrect on me. I am satisfiied my liver and kid neys are out of order, and your medi cine is doing wonderfully in my case. CEPHAS 1. DIBHLK, Justice of tho Peace For sale by J. L. Scbultz. The glorious Fourth passed off quiot- ly here. Tbe picnic was attended by quite a number from out o( town. Tbe Victoria base ball loam failed to sbow up, but tbe Jasper team made it suffi ciently interesting to our boys, wbo plainly shoael their want of practice. Tbe score was 43 to 4, wild throwing by Sequacbee allowing the visitors the most ot the runs. CASTOR I A For Infants and Children. Tha Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of JASPER DEPARTMENT. JOHN M. GER Dr, Shelton waa iu town tlio mid dle of the week. Dr. Schultz's little daughter is verj' sick with fever. Mr. and Mrs. Ras Alley are visit ing Mrs. S. O. Vaun. Mis Ava Lankester is confined to her bed with the fever. Rev. J. C. Lambert preached at Measant Hit! Sunday. Miss Johnnie Payne is visiting friends and relatives in Whitweli. Miss Jennie Bennett, of Mineral pring, was in town Wednesday. Miss Walker, of Spencer, is visit ing her cousin, Mrs. A. V. Havron. Mr. and Mrs Lawrence Cordcll at tended church at Pleasant Hill Sun- Dr. CtB. Fowlkcsis spending the week in Whitwell on professional business. Misses Attye Hall and Dora Hale spent Monday in Sequachee attend ing the Institute. i Sam D. Quarles, who has been at Inman has moved his lodging place to Bergen Green. Miss Cora Deakins has returned home after a prolonged visit to her brother in Dalton, Ga. Little Viola, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wheeler has been very sick the past week. " Miss Annie Graham, of Stevenson, Ala., spent Sunday and Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Donaldson. Mrs. Isabella Lewis has her house about completed and expects to move into it in about two weeks. Mr. Thomas Thach stopped off the road Tuesday to join the Knights of Pythias organization at this place. Rev. W. C. Wheeler, who has been assisting in a revival at Chat- lanooga lor the past two weeks has returned home. , Mrs. O'Neal and Mrs. Dossie Moore, of Pike vllle, are spending the week with their, parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Moore. ; Mrs. H. II. Havron and daughter, 'Miss Fannie Lindsey, have returned home from a long visit to xriends in Dade county Ga. A MONSTER DEVIL FISH Destroying its victim is a type of Constipation. The power of this murd erous malady is felt on organisms and nerves and muscles and brain. There's no health till It's overcome. But Dr. King's Now Life Pills are a safe and certain cure. Best in the .world for Stomach, Liver, Kidneys and Bowels. Only aac. For sale by W. A. Turner. Stanley. Special to tbe News. ' A good deal of sicknoss prevails In the neighborhood of Stanley. Our postmaster has been mighty low with la grippe tor two weeks but is im proving some at the present We hope to see him out again in a very few days. John'.Richie made a business trip to Chattanooga Monday, Several complain of feoling sore about the pocket and being tender footed from having worn out their shoes at tho picnic Saturday. . Mr. L. A. Massengale visited Stanley Saturday on business. Alex Ricbey returned from South Pjtlsburg Sunday morning. He had beon there to deliver somo logs to 8. T. Haskew. News is a little scarce this week on account of sick folks. " . . Ellen. UrMtf with yon wbethe yon er,'","',,,tV out a.rTOUftUlnire... o. eei. ah -. tine, parioe. in. utooa. tores lus m.nnowa IM0 boles makes you utruufr in health, nerv !!it.ifl ouretl. bur A AAA AAA and pocket- 0 TO It A from HOI'S. no.fi HrilCffl.t. WhO Will vnnrh fo-Il- Tnkl It With .will nallAntiv. r.Mr.lten tl V One ho ai. hid.Hi curM: S hoxAH. SI U. ruKru.K.dtocur,or we refund money. Strti- S.QM4JC., UtieM. SmItm!, Bv I a. A. L. PUU, B- E. Tatom and a num berot other prominent Jaspians were in town yesterday. " rnireanonJence from Savannah Is crowded out this week for lack of space. Road it next week. To Cnrs Constipation forever. Pi.n ruscarets Caadv Cathartic 100 oriSfl. If C U C. fail to sure, drugsiaw refund money. Miss Grace Spears here yesterday. of Jaspor, was Dr. Simpson, of Jasper, visited here yesterday. Ir. Schulta of Jasoer. was in town yesterday. Byron Pi po officiated as umpire yes nil . ri v a a . . mm s m . KEN, AGENT. CHOICE AND FANCY . roceries Canned Goods in great variety. Heine's Pickles and Sauces. Gigars Tobaccos. HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE, TINWARE. MASON'S FRUIT JARS, Extra Covers and Rubbers. PATENT MEDICINES. n. E. Jetton, West Side Public Square, JASPER, - .. - - - TENN. Remember tho Maine and tbe In stitute. Our stay in Sequachee has been ox ceedingly pleasant . Chas. Curtis, of Sequacbee, was In town Monday. ' The Daily Program bas boen very in teresting to our Jasper people. Miss Lillie Jorden ono of Whitwell's most charming young ladies attended tbe Institute at Sequ acbee. Misses Emma and Etta Hoge, of Eben ezor, wero in Sequachoe, Monday and visited tbe Institute. Biggie . Horse Book contains more "uorse sense than many volumes ten times its size. It tells about breeds, about stable and road management, of whims and vices, of harness, of diseases and remedies, of breeding, of colt edu-s cation, of shoeing, and indeed it covers the whole subject matter in a concise, practical and interesting manner. It contains 12a pages, is proiusely and beautifully illus trated, and handsomely bound in eloth. Every man or woman who drives a horse should have a copy: I he price is 50 cents, by mail; ad dress the publishers, Wilmer At kinson Co., Philadelphia. Sulphur Springs. Special to the News. Revs Walkor being siok failed to fill bis regular appointment hero Sunday. Mr. Cbarlki Mitchell and Miss Alice Hamilton were out riding Sunday. Missus Lula Smith and Ethel Davis looked so Bweet, so sweet Sunday even ing, but Messrs. Jim Anderson and Rich Brown wore trying to look just as sweet as tbe girls. . Mr. Bryson Richards tied bis mule to Mr. Hamilton's rack Sunday. Leonard Brooks, of Oates Island, came down Sunday to see home folks and bis best girl. II. C. Grayson and family were yisit ing at J. F. Brooks Sunday. Bill Brown says be might stand some chance to marry if he could ever get the girls to associate with bim. Messrs. Al Ketncr and Ed Alder say they have drank lots of different kinds of bevorages but that sulphur water is Ibe best Of all. Messrs. 0. W. Bryson and II. C. Gray son wont to Whitwell Saturday even ing. B. B. Alder and wife were visiting at Kelley's Ferry Sunday. J. F. Richards wont to Whitwell Wed- dosday. B. V. Bryson and wife were visiting at O. W. Bryson's Sunday. N. E. Jackson and family of Bon Air were visiting at II. C. (Irayson's Mon day. Jumbo. Educate Tonr liowels With Cascareta. Candy Cnthnrtic. cure conmintulon forever. 10c, 2cJf C. C. C, fall, druggists refund money. BLANK FORMS, Cash. Deeds, Lien Deeds, "Lien ISTotes, FOR SALE AT THE NEWS OFFICE. FIVE CENTS EACH. BPII Morphia and Whikv hae its trrslrd wlllunjl pais as conhntmrtit. Car nunraa tetd m no psy. B. H. V R AL, Man tr Lullia Sprinirs Ms itanum. Sua I. Austell. US. s--j r i--J t-.ui tn Ail iot Utto. Li 'J HM l wui t-rrup. liw.(.u. i r J IT'T- :T-'!.'i"V ' ' ' 'nMi OE00 urJ'iifS lUnk liuildinn. uvr a, ur raluer turouu iu tf terday.