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YOU don't need the doctor for
every little trouble, but you do ued iu the house a tru&ty remedy for times of danger. Thousands are saved by having at hand , DilUHclefiirs a certain cure for disorders of the Liver, Kidneys and Bladder. Use it atonce 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. L Schul'z. . . TRtf THS II., HEW HOME " SEWIKQ MACHINE. WHITE FOB CIRCULARS Sewing Machine! we manufacture end their prices before you purchaie any other. THE NEW HOME SEWIKQ MACHINE CO., ORANGE, MASH, m felon Square, N. T. Chicago, III. St. Loulj, Vo. Dallas, Tens. m rrtciico.Cal. Atlanta, Ga. M ANION STONE &. MONUMENTAL CO. i. h. Kir lAAr, i'jioi;, JASPER, TENN.'' ' Manufacturers of.... Ml NITri and MARBLE MONUMENTS, TABLETS, IIEAUSTONES. Asb All kiuds of Cemetery Work. We hand'e the best i)f marble, and give the best of workmanship. Freight is a large it in . in ah i pi ping finirhed marble. -If you pur chase lrom us we will savejou sev era I do'lars. We have an expert enjtravrr and supply any design or style of en graving desired. Eydraulie Scmlsr i I i GREATEST f?uM t x uiii.i o makes Creamery But- very rarmcr ter, more of u, and great deal eaaier, with this Separator. It does away with expensive machinery and requires no power or fuel to run it. Ho farmer with two or more cons can ffrtrd tn ht wittiest one. Manufactured In three eiies. Not i, l and 3; prices, SS.OO, (10.00 and $15.00 each. l.iAeral 4icnunt fa Agtntt, Agent ra ntrd in every county Wr'te at once to Ed. S. Cushman, CEtiTZRVlKLE, 1A. MISS LOUISE H. HILL, toacber of IPiaiio & Organ. SEQUAC1IKE, TENN. GUSTAFSON BROS, FOUNDRY , MACHIN 3 HOP, HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR OLD IRON and BRASS. SEQUACHEE. TENN. I , JOHN F. STRATTON'S runmn C.l.br.ll K.l. Oil Violin Strings. ' rr""'J TbeFtneet In ths Worid. It I f Iv.rry Bir.ng WarrantuJ. J '! I.VJohnF.StrattonCo. .y Wholesale Peeler, t el Chano SKrr. (eat 'u talaiuiua. y (l To. lmpravement i ' - Ol : Of Tne ; LOCAL. Spear Roberson wsi in Jasper Mon day. Ciia. Curtis Is teaching school at Ml. ZtUll. M.ij if Thorn II. Hill was in Jasper Mimay. . Walter Crvzier of Whitwell, was In town .Sunday. Will Curtis has left the employ of the Ii .1 ud li- wo. Ks. .Mr. .I.uii Wells, of lnman wag in lo.vi M.kiurday. W. C. Hill visited Whitwell and Vic toria Sat,urd.ty. Tom Campbell, of the mountain was in toivn c'riday. Tiioui is Campbell was down from the uioui.tj.n Tuesday. Mis Ida Johnson of Jasper, is visit ing the lluo sisturs this wui-k. 11. E Tate attended the republican rally at Victoria Saturday night. The Scquachou 2nd nino did (lot play al.lttbp.-r Saturday us scheduled. Everybody and bis sweetheart were at the .Spr.ng Sunday, so they nay. M. It. SUioomako was in town Satur day to attend the l. A. It. meeting. Jessw Coppingor attended the repub liuau ineeiiu at Victoria Saturday. Left Eitlder Foster, of tbo Jaipur lin.ie Hall Team was iu town Friday. There was an uddition to tbe family of Rov. E. W. Walltor last week. It'$ a boy. Tuo Scquacboe Literary Society 111 lwve a play on tbe boards in about six weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Isbam Hammock apd Miss ltuiio Hammock went to Jasper Monday. - "Mrs. 0. XV. Watley sent us down some extra flno apples from tbe mountain Saturday. Spears Roliorson took charge this wei-k of the School at the Foster school boiise, lt district. Mrs. Clint Jlyrnes. of Jasper, is vlit-ing- Airs. XV. E. Rucfer, of this city. Cleveland Herald. Jlk Eldridjfo and daughtor, Maffgle, leu Wednesday morning for a v'U to home folks at Cbatata, Tenn. Tfie public school at Iturrough's Chapel, First district, began Monday with Miss I'boebe Abies in charxo. W. II. Hale, of Whiteside, candidate for trustee, was at Victoria Saturday night, lie is making a strong canvass. Anderson Layne mid two friends from Tniiuin came ovnr S.ilurday and practic ed with the S quae.hee Jlase Hall learn. OASTOI1IA. Bear the ' Tou have always Bougii Mrs. J. M. Messick left on Friday morning for Adams, Tennussee, to join her husband who in engaged in business the re. GOOD NEWS comes from thoso who take JlooiVa Sarsti pari 11a for scrofula, dyspepsia hu I rlieuiiuilisin. Kcports agree tliatHOOD'SCURES Mr. Ivey, of Hridgeport, ttienow saw yer at the handle works, will moe his family into one of the Cogswell bouses. J. Ii. Eldridge has posted notices on uis mountain orchard and will make it interesting for any one caught trespass ing therein. "You May Bend the Sapling, hut not tho tree." When disease has heconie chronic and dee; scaled It Is often difficult to cure ii. That is 1 lit reason whyit ishesttotaku Hood's Sarsaparillu when disease first shows itaelf. Hood's Pills are a favorite family cathartic. John M. (iorren of Jasper, was in town Sunday. lie has nearly closed a contract, to teach school at Victoria and will provo an excellent teacher. Mr. C. II. Hall, of Tullahoma, Tenn., says, ' I used every remedy for my kid neys I could hear of but they dd mo no uood until I found Karnes Kidney and Kladder Curo and it proved perfect ly successful." The threshing of wheat still contin ues and up to Tuesday tho product of (W5 acres, T'JKO bushels bad been thresh ed within tho limits of Sequachee. An average of Vi bushels to the acre. Mr. A. Cunningham, of Nashville, Tenn., says: '"I used a numberof things but diil not get the satisfaction that I got from your Karnes Kidney and Klad der Cure. 1 believe one half dozen bottles would cure any one." A party of young folks visited the Cave of the Dancing Fern Sunday. They were Miss Ethel and Ruba Hoge, Thula Martin and Ida Johnson, and Messrs. Jim Martin and Edwin I'ryor. MintiuAN City, Ivi., Feb 14, 18!i9. I am taking Dr. J. II. McLean's Liver and Kidney Kalm. I am now on tbe first bottl", and it has a good effect on mo. I am satisfied my liver and kid neys are out o( order, and your medi cine is doing wonderfully in my ense. Cktiias T. Dimti.K. lustire of tbe I'eace For sale by J. L. Scbultz. We are under obligations to Mr. J. C (iross for favors received Saturday night "John" is all-round gooJ fellow and it doing well in bis insurance bus iness which he greatly deserves. He bas secured the agency for accident insurance and push that in connection with life insurance. 1lrU wlta y whether jrm tl.. tb rmn.. in. iiHin lor uoei. wim line. puriBM h. blooo. rv III. 1.31 tore. m.ahood. Tal m I IF'w' ti 1 100. on In .-ft ana JtO TU B 4 C (mm Ill.ourh torn Tlrlita ft will, '. ntiT.Per.HlentW O.. . ft, ........ nPM 1 M.M ft fttL 1 ., tims. nl, Se. Int. --1 1 f I ai water .m l l a a ivh UA'icii us a now. Rev E. (I. II. I'ryor, of Whitwell, will continue to rud the News, having renewel it Friday. WATCH US GROW. J. S. Hillingsley, who went to Washington Territory, and had the News follow him, has ordered it continued to Ills present iulirtt& at 1 11 1:1:111. WATCH US (iUOW. I.. F. Dickson of Inin.ui, is added to our list of readoro. WATCH US (JlfOW. Kesljrneti. , . To the Voters of the 4th Civil District of Marion County,Tennesee: I was nominated an a candidate for candidate for Jimticfc of the Peace by part of the republican of said district but after Sliding that there was an other ticket nominated by another part of the republicans I am not Will ing to mrke the race, aud I hereby withdraw from the nomination, and say to the voter of aid district that I am not a candidate for Justice of the I'eace or any other office audi will support the regular republican ticket both for county and district. Thanking the ones who put me in 11u.1iinat.i011 I remain, as ever, true to my principles., Respectfully, G. W. Brewer. A Guaranteed Cure for Piles. All druggists are authorized by the manufacturers of FAZO OINTMENT to refund the money where it fails to cure any c ise of pll. s no matter of bow long standing. Cures ordinary cases in six days, the Worst cases in sixteen days. One application give ease and rest. Re licv.-s itching instantly. Guaranteed to cure piles without the knife. This is a now discovery and the only pile remedy sold on a positive guarantee, no cure, no pay. Price 50 cU; Can be sent by mail. We have placed it on sale with every dealer in the town of SiMjUachne, Tenn., who will soil il to you on the above guarantee. Fl5,2()t Siiin Itoiigfon Academy. The trustees met at the county lerk's ollice at Jasper Monday and all quali fied except Mr. Hoge, who was not pres ent, and were sworn in by clerk Thatch. An organization was then ef fected as follows: President, Mr. John Clouse; Secretary, Thomas U. Hill; Treasurer' D. M. Tate. Mr. Tate tl en exectited bis bond as Tnascer and tbe meeting adjourned su'ij"ct ty the call of the Secretary. Subsequently the board examined the Acadi my grounds. Goes to 1'tkeVille. Rev. J. W. Taylor and family left Kristol for Pikeville, Tenn., Friday, Mr. Taylor having resigned the pastor ate of tbe Mary Street Methodist church to accept the presidency of the Peoples' College at Pikeville. Mr. Tay lor is a graduate of Emory and Henry College. RED HOI' FROM THE GUN Was the ball that hit G. K. Stead man, of Newark, Mich., in the Civil War. It caused horrible Ulcers that no treatment helped for :H) years. Then Idicltlen's Arnica Salvo cured him. Cures Cuts, Itruises, lturns, Roils, Fel ons, Corns, Skin Eruptions. Rest Pilo Cure on earth. C."c a box. Cure guar anteed. Sold by W. A. Turner, Vblt woll. 3 Citizens' Meeting. The voters of Sequachee are in vited to attend a meeting to be held at the school notice Saturday, July 21, at 7:30 pm to nominate a candidate tor Justice in the inter eft ol good roads and good schools. Best for th Bowels. No fnattcr what ails you, headache to a cancer, vou will hever get well until vour bowels are put right. CASCAR- ETS help nature, cure you without a gripe or pain, proddco easy natural movements, costs you just 10 cents to start cutting your health back. LAa- CARETS Candy Cathartic, the genuine, put un in metal boxes, every tablet has C. C. C. stamped on it. Beware of imi tations. A Hristol r-mimrrator (ound a woman livinn on the Mate line who paid her daughter was horn in both Virginia and Tennessee. Don't Stop t(wiii sav" - cause it's warm weather. Keep taking; it until you arc cured. It will heal your lung and give you rich blood In sum mer as In winter. It's cod liver oil made easy. 10c. ana S I. All drutj'tts. OESTFOOTil QOl'iELO llK?.V.!!:!!'if. r7"1'.'" hfr T.lr.Pt,t or the . i-ujeiv iir XII II IX limit ii r Knr.r"i!li-..i1'nl;'a,r1"' ,U!nt.T.teOood. DoGoon, f.,r ret. .arnele. ,! InwttiAM1 m.rii., n,m,4, !....,, tnufts r,fti, ,.. ma KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN I n man. Special to the News. Mr. Sparks has retu mod and he (.aid b found everything at horde and tbe goosH hanging high. Willie Kelly left for Chattanooga where be will work with bit father in a loda fountain factory. Mr. John Smith and Miss tlehdly were united in tho holy bonds of wedlock Saturday. The ceremony took place at the flat feck on Walden's Ridge 'Squire Gott officiating. The boy had all kinds of music at the storo last night a regular string band. Miss-R Etta Lewis. Lily Gott, Miss Allio Richmond and oilier young ladies were visiting Mrs. Dr. Gott last week. Call Henderson, of Jasper, came to lnman yesterday and Charles, his bro ther went back home with him. Another man passed through here last week and none of us knew blm. Wo are glad that Andersoil PHgmore's little boy is improving. James Layne is still under the weath er. W. C. Hummett and Dr. Gottare prac ticing together. W. C. can write p6r scriptions already. Here is one he wrote for Dr. Gott when he had a bad cold. Take 6 rainy days, 40 miles Walk in the sunshine, 13 pug dogs, 3 boxes of fish books, ono gallon of fly jirc -, 1 red rock mountain, 3 strouir tobacco pipes. Mix well in a pint of black mo lasses and shake well heforn tak nir. Doses 3 teaspoonsfull every halt hour. P. . UoFKtCilit. Bought a Newspaper,, . Aiiniston, Ala, July 17. C Ward, who fur the -purl eix months Aim beeu editor of the Weekly Times in thin cityj has pun. based the Eutaw Mirror and left to dy to assume charge. Mr Word formerly published the Bridgeport News, and is an x president ol J,he Alabama 'res AsBoc'Htiou He is consid ered one of the best writers 1 the weekly press iu Alabama, and is a capable and experienced newspaper man. Outlook Unfavorable. Berlin. July 17 James Bow- ron of tbe Tennessee Coal, Iron & Railway company is iu Berlin tokiug alter the prospects of selling American pig iron here. He considers the outlook unfair orable, owing to the high freight ut ddu'ies, and be believts the duties will certainly be raised if necessary to exclude American iron Straw Wanted. We will pay cash on delivery for six good loads of fresh clean Btraw. First come, first served. HILL & SON. Ednesta Tone Rowels With Casrarota, Cnmlv Cathartic, cure constination forever. 10c, 25c 11 C C. C. fall, druggisu refund tsoney. Wylie Parker went to Uoutu Pittsburg yesterday. MISCELLANEOUS ADVTS FOR SALE Thorough brd Karred Plvuiuutii Rock Chickens' Will sell If taken Quick. Young roostors, 1 1. 00 each: rulleta. fl.00 ach; pairs, $3.00. 1 bey are hue large birds, uatchea ear ly. Improve youretoi k of chickens by purchasing one of these hieh scoring Plymouth KocKS. - s. c uike, J as per. Marion County, Tenn. FRUIT TREES Rest varieties of peach, pear, appie and plum treea for sale at lowest prices consistent with rood reliable trees. Also an eit- iibive line grapes, raspberries, strawberries and in fact every kind ol small iruu Your patronage is solicited. Apply to or address Isaao Van Uooaier, Nursery man, Wbilwell. lens. FOR SALE New Home sewing ma 2. no. Pries $15.00 cash. Apply st this office. VOU SALE-Armada Model A P.SW bicycle. Pries il 00 cash. Apply at .! office. .... . II CATHARTIC JTHOI MASS nt'ytnf JASPER DEPARTBENT. JOHN M. UEHHKN. AGENT. Mrs. Ren Lasater returned home A. R. Hall, who has been sick is able to he out again. Mr. A. I.. Pitta has begun the re modeling of his home. Misses Grace and Leua Bceue were in Jasper Thursday. Dave Deathiidge of South Pitts burg, was here Thursday. Mis? Harris, of Sulphur Spring, is visiting her brother, M. L. Harris. Mr. Jackson is getting out some huge cedar logs .for shipment to Europe. Mrs. ! F. Bridgeman, of Victoria, ' VUMU"K "tr auu Mrs. A, F.Moore. Capt. Dohaldaoh is ahead of some in pea planting. He had five plows . ! . I i ... i r i running Monday. Dr. O'Connor returned to his Frankliti home after a visit to his friend, Laurence Spears. Misses Ilallie Rogers and Vinnie Stewart of Dunlap, were visiting Miss Vera Alexander this week. To Cure Constipation Forever, TakeCafscarcts Candy Cathartic loc or2Rc. If C C. C. fall to cure, dru-lsts rotund money- Sulphur Springs. Special to the News. Mr. and Mrs. Billie Mansfield ot iMinlitp, were visiting in our vhiuiijr last week. Miss LiiBsie Brooks went to Whitwell Wednesday shopping. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Shelton were visiting at Mrs. M. J. Carl ton's Sunday. Mis Sa.lio Brown visited Mis ses Willie and May l'rimore Sunday. Mi Ilallie Smith visited Mrs. V, Uault-ton last wtek. Mies Emma Brvson visited Mirs Emma Smith Suuday. MTsa. Lfim Iiirden wis vi itingMrs. J. E. Prigmore this week. Mrs. G. D. Smith went to Whitwell Saturday. Mr. W.J. Rhelton was calling on his beat girl at Oak Grove Sunday. Mr Knsa Wescott and family of Chattanooga, who have been visiting relatives and friends ere returned home luesday. Prof. Wells will opeu school here Monday. F. M. McCullough, caudidate for Sheriff waB in our vicinity fiies lay. M'8. John Vandergriff of Fair Ml., and Mrs. E. K. Hamilton . . r it were visiting ai u. lirowu a Tbuirday. Quite a number of young folks attended the ice cream sup per here Saturday night. Misses My and Lula Grout, of Looney's Creek were visitiug ... .... j . . menus nere ou.iuay. James Anderson was calling on his be-t girl Sunday. Miss Eliza Moore, of Cedar Spring attended the ice cream supper here Saturday niht. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Dry son visited .Mr. S. F. Hargis and fam ily at New Hope Sunday. W. A. Aider weut to Uuion Grove Sunday. Jamea Wells and family were visiting at G. W. JJrysou's Suu day. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Richards were visitiug at II. C. Grayson's Sunday. B B. Alder and wif were visiting at J. F linsoua buu day. Mr. Kelly Bailey and wife were visitiug at James .Bailey's Sunday. U. E Shelton went somewhere Ruiidav and never i?ot home till Mondv evenine. What's the matter Dick? Won.ler what made Dora Shel. ton smile o lat Sunday when a young man cam iulo Sunday School. JCMBO. IJ l Mi nst Ait ti.it Uila. J L J Bex .mfc Stmr. Ta-ie. r.. Ut f 1 f 1 In I..... e-lr..rr"' i" , The condition of little Margurite Spears was slightly improved on Monday. Mrs. A. C. Chaudoin has returned home completely restored to health which her friends will be glad to know. Base ball is all the rage here. The South Pittsburg boys tried us the latter part of the week but Mere beaten 2? to 17. Sir. and Mrs. W. U. Bennett and little son, Edwin, have reached Porto Hico but Kdwin is sadly missed by his grandparents. John H. Spears, Capt. James Rob erson, W. II. Hill and Mr. and Mrs. Jsham Hammock of Sequachee, were i town Monday. prof. Huter, former principal of lryor Institute, has taken charge of the Bridgeport school, which he will open the first of August. Mrs. Montgomery returned to her Chattanooga home Friday afler a weekis visit to hrr parents, Capt. and Mrs. Milton Anderson. Reuben Warren though desired by his friends to make the ratio as Constable has decided that hu will not be a candidate at this election. Kcl ley's Ferry. Special to the News. J' II. Sexton of McNabb Mines was badly hurt Wednesday evening by slate falling on him. Org. Turner and Mc Nabb wore called to see him. Ho is In a critical condition. J. H. McDonald of Whitwell, was vis iting relatives at this plaoe Wednesday. A. J. Houts made a flying trip to Chattanooga Saturday. The N. K. Forest passed up the river yesterday with a enrgo of wheat in tow. Picnic st this place on the 28th by Is aiah Newsom. Wbat about Albert Davis Sunday? Somebody said bo went to McNabb Mines to see a girl that lives St the Ferry. Wonder it he thought she bad moved there. She was visiting tbore but before Albert got there she was at home at tbo Ferry. When I saw Al bert last he was on his way to tho Fer ry. Mrs. Syrilly Smith, wife of Win. Smith of Etna, died on tbe night of Ju ly 13th, after an nines' of several days. She was seventy years of age. She bore ber affliction with all tho forti tude of the bravjst ot tbe brave. She leaves a husband and eight children, a host of friends and relatives to mourn her absence. To the bereaved we ten der our sincere sympathy. It is very sad to have to give up our loved ones, but nevertheless the Lord givetb and the Lord taketh away. Tbe funeral services were conducted by Rov. W. J. Harwood, and ber body was interred in the family graveyard near Whiteside In the presence of a large number of rela tives and friends, all of whoai so e mod to join in mourning. Prof. J. R. Ellis, ot Whiteside, at tended church at the Rock Church Sun day. Miss Sallle Sexton went to McNabb Mines Sunday. Kelly Harttnan as usual spent Sun day with Mattle. R. F. Ricbey spent Sunday and Mon day visiting relatives at Stanley. Rev. J. A, Darr preached at the Rock church Sunday. Miss Bells Anderson returned Satur day from an extended Visit to McNabb Mines. Messrs. Silas McNabb and Kelly Hartraan went to Waubachee Saturday. Miss Minnie Hartman is on the sick list this week. THE NEW YORK WORLD, THRICE-A'WEEK EDITION. As Good to yon avs a Dally and yon get it at the price of a Weekly. It furnishes more at tbe price than any other newspaper published In A- merica. Us news service covers an the globe and is equalled by that of few dailies. Its reports from tbe Koer war have not been excelled in thoroughness and promptness, and with the presiden tial campaign now in progress it win be invaluable. Iu political news is ab solutely impartial. This fact makes it of special value to you at this time. 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