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HILL i SON. Editors & Pi'blisiieub.- Subscription, 50c per Year. Published Every Thursday. Entered at the PoKtofliee in Se.jua chee as Second C'laxn Mail Matter. Tim News is not responsible for the opinions of its correspondents, nor for signed communications, and nothing will be considered for pub lication which is not accompanied by the real name of the writer, not for publication but as an evidence of good faith. 3r'News and advertising matter to secure insertion must be handed in before 12.00 o'clock Wednesday noon, otherwise it may be too late. THURSDAY, JULY 18,1001. THE BASHAW DOG LAW. Basliaw Dog Law a smilo appears as if it was a colossal joke. Still it turn- . . ,f ed out seriously in one case, that of a man in Tazewell who was arrest! and fined 0.50 for allowing his dogs to prominade the highways of that city. Only 300 out of between 10,000 and 15,000 have been registered so far in Hamilton county and the law appears to be at a standstill. In this county the situation is a- bout the same only forty-five dogs Laving been taken to the county scat that their virtues and vices, predi- dUU II OJILMlftUen, U1I L111J1UI ttOj itc, should bo engrossed in strong black ink for the edification and wonderment of future generations Meantime the dog owners are not sweating under the color, nor the dogs either registered or unregistered, as the law does not state that such an article of neckware shall be worn by the dog. We do not suppose the dogs would like a collar, of the style affectod by that ardent student of their characteristics, Mr. Bashaw, as i,., ,i e i,fi f ZaZ i.u, ;., ,.ni,,.i fa 1 i i B'-F5"' v fYhihitimi nf tnrlnur nflu'O nf Jnhn I m T , . , , l.Jtaulston, n lutwcll. lake you dog in there and show it to him. There is some talk of the Grand Jury taking an action in this matter at the coming court in Alienist. But considering that there is so little at- tention paid to the law in Hamilton county it does not seem possible that very severe measures will be inaugur- ated here, but time will tell more a- bout it. We are in receipt of the prelimin ary announcement of the Nashville Horse Show to bo held in that city Oct. 8, 8, 10, 11, and V2, 1001, un der the auspices of the Detail Mer chants Association. Tho announce nient is very tastefully gotten up and augurs well for an interesting event. Heartburn. When tbo quanty of food taken is too largo or tno quality too neb, heartburn I n i;irAi f.n..... , : 1 : the digestion has been weakened bv constipation. Kat slowly and not too - frooly of easily digested food. Masti cate tuo iooa thoroughly. i.et six hours elapse between meals and when you feel a fullness and weight in tho region of the stomach after eating, in dicating that you havo eaten too much tako one of Chamberlain's Stomach and Livor tablets and the heartburn may be avoided. For sale by Coldwcll fc Chaudoin. lhe Meigs County Sun recently contained the follow hilt: ".Mrs. Will li. Burnett, for inerlv of this county, but now of Dunlap, give birth a few days ago to four children, and n'.l are living and healthy. She gave bnth to one child at one time, to two the Recond, to triplets the third time and the last time four, ten children in all. Good Courh Medicine. Many thousands l.uve been re-Kur.'d to health and ha ,in'-s by the uso of Chamberlain's Cmu'U K :i;i',J y. If af flicted with any ti.r.'4t nr lui!,' trouble givo it a trial f..r it is . rrtain to (.rovo ' benttk-ial. CuLguslh.it Lave r. vsirjj all other trei'. iu nt f ,.r jrar, have j yielded to this mmrly and pcrf.'.-t ! health bus b.-i-n r sMr. a. that ' seemed hopeless u.-.t tin. , .,. i it., .. , "' "'" 1 l" " - - ""H-n teroian. n:l.v c.r. 1 hy j-v use. For e by ( o! iw( :i Chudoin. Hickory Grove. iSpecial to tbo News. . Wo arc glad to bear of rain in eumo localitios We are sure it was badly needed if it was as dry in those locali ties before it rained as it is hero. We bava not bad a pood rain since tbo spring fresh. Crops aro suffering great ly for want of rain. Cabbagoand boans are nearly parched to doatb. Wore farmers in tliis vicinity to get weekly rains they could not possibly make more than balf crops. This is one of the hottest summers, on record and will long bo remembered by tbe people of Marion county though nono havo died of the beat as tbey havo in some part3 of the country. If a good rain would fall throughout this county it would be beneficial and refreshing to man, boast and crops, and tbo little birds would sing more sweetly and the bee would bum on tho wing. Wo visited Sunday 1'. C. Grayson, whoso wife has been sick for some time. Wo are pleased to say that she is re covering. Mrs. Geo. W. l'ickett is on tbe sick list. Drs. L. L. Janeway and A. W. fTilliiiril arfi i.hfi ftfct.PTiii inr nh vfticlanft. , , u. a II no om insuiuiitu wuuopuig cuugn has mtido it appoaranca in this nelgh- borhood, but it has not hurt any one i'ot' It doc. scorn that the intense .summer heat is detrimental to tbe health of tho pcople Mrs Brown 1IollowaV of near Shir. i0vton. visited bor father. B. J. Uailov. Friday. J. If. Barker was visiting at L. A. Grayson's Sunday. Joe Defer and family of North Sul phur Springs, wore tbe guests of Julius Tickott Sunday. Bill Smith passed through here Sun day. Jim Bond is now a resident of Tracy City. Laurence Mclntyre was in this vicin ity Sunday. Julius Pickett who has spent several days vlsitinsj relatives at Middle Sul phur Spring, returned homo Friday. Julius says It is very dry there as there hasn't been a drop of water in that sec tion of country for 40 days J. II. Barker went to Whitwell Thura- day of last week. Dr. Uurnott returned homo from So. Fittsburg Friday evoning. Miss Maud Yocbem was visiting at Dr. Burnett's Thursday of last week, I went visiting Friday and it paid me well as one of my good neighbors gave mo a basketful of cabbage. Cordell and wife of Dunlap, spent several days in this vicinity visiting relatives, returning home Thursday. ,.. , .... . -n. i . n . few days here last week visiting rela- ,. . .i, a.. . been visiting here we say that all who did not stay at home went. As i am well stricken in years and in a very t,.,,,!, r . 4. . . UaaIIIi T will ti urtlfa I any more for tho press. I will close by wishing success to tbe JNows anu its many readers. Ei.i. SUNNYSIDE. Special to tho News. As 1 havo been absont from tho col umns of tbe News some one has asked where is Button and tbo answer came that ho is dead. I an not dead but liv ing but it seems that some of the read ers have tho idea that I am dead. The cry comes '"If you are not dead where are vou." Well, uear readers, uko manv other bovs I took tbo western fever and boarded the first car for the i r i;t- ,,v.i,n. .1,0 n .il an embankment, re- turned to the place I started from. I landed homo the 10th day of July and shall mako it my borne henceforth and forevtrmoro. I win try to givu . j. r x'...a v,ot I hqua I nmnrht sinoo returninff i o - . Lee Eastorly, tbo popular young man of New Hope, escorted a young lady to tbe crossing changed there and went homo with Miss Fairy. Mr. 1'. S. Harris's horse was hitched to Mr. Condra's fence Sunday. What made Edith Hudson smile so? She must have caught a beau. Joo Rogers went up on tho hill Sun day for the first time in a great while. Mr. Ed Smith is breaking in another horse or rather the horse is breaking him. Its a bicycle. School begins at New llopn Aug. 5 and continues ! months: Tho teachers are Mr. tialligaii, ot Sweetwater, Tern. and MissTatumof tia. lit lU'WAni: OF OINTMENTS FOR C'A- TAUUH THAT CONTAIN M ERCt'UY, as merrury will surely destroy the sens.; of smell and complete ly derange tbo whole system when entering it tl.rrvi.frh t h O HI II COM S S II r f.iee S. .Sliell ftP- ucles should never bo used except on prescriptions iron) repuiame pnysicians. as the dan.ago the? w iil do m ten fold to tin- good vou ran possil.l? derive I ! (Mil l i.etll. inn ,v,wuu inir, ill a M- uf.ieti.re d by F. .1. Cheney A C , Toledo, O., contains no niureury, an 1 is taken internally, ac'uig dirvcily upon the hiood and miK-otis surftvos of the s.H tem. In buying Hail I tarrh Cure ho iii'e v.ni iret the genuine. It is taken f intern!',?, and made in Toled,., u. by : K. .1. Ciieiiev A. C . lvs'.iiiiuniaia tree ! s,,;,! !iv l.rnc-istt, nee T.lo. h-p t. j Hail' Family I'uU m the hot. lxt- WHITWELL DEPARTMENT. GEO. W. LEWIS, Agent. Hon John T. Itaulstpn went to Jasper Monday. James Harris of Sulphur Spring, was in the city Monday. Jv. P.. F. Shirley, of Red Hill, was in the city Saturday. J. T. Smith, of South Pittsburg, was i the city Monday night. J. C. Gross, the popular Insur ance agent, went south Monday. Chas. Gwynn, of Trotter Bros., Chattanooga, was in town last week: Miss Lora Smith is among those from our town who attended the Institute. Misses Ada and Alice Hicks, of Hicks Chapel was in the city one day last week shopping. Fred Baumgartner, of South Pitt&bunr, was in town Wednes day with the oil cart. Mr. and Mrs. Bull, Mrs. Susan Bull and Miss Emma Bull went to Tracy City last Saturday. Mrs. Laura V. Alley, of Jasper, was in the city from Saturday till Monday visiting relatives. Matt Campbell and Byron Cow- on went to Chattanooga last week and joined the regular army. J. A, Bailey is recuperating on the mountain. He has been af flicted with sore, eyes for some time. No rain yet and the hot wave not yet broke notwithstanding Prof. De Voe prophesied to the con trary. Jack Bailey and Arthur Martin are fishing every day and are suc cessful! in landing many of the finny tribe. Arthur Martin was the proudest boy in town last Friday. He caught a cat fish that weighed fif teen pounds. Elder T. F. Hale, of Pikeville, held services at tbe Baptist Church Saturday night and Sunday it be ins his regular time, Dr. N. B. Moore heard by some n . ' , , means tuat bouio at Luinajj uo the toothache and he left on the tain Monday evening to extract it. The new 'Squires are very anxt of the y " "i Mnv or il-inf i hfjir nat trtr tueir nanus iu ijiug tuc mainuiu nial knot. James Anderson of Walden's Ridge, was down Sunday in the vicinity of Sulphur Spring. Jim loves to go there and a short dis tance below Victoria. He had bet ter be careful. President Bennett of the non- sweaters union, reports the order was neyer in better working order since his connection with it some 2o or oO years. JNew members are DeiriK added daily Rusn John A. II. Strother, 11. II. 1 umer, Will Ads amson and M itchell Smedley were elected delegates last Sunday nignt e Baptist Association that meets at Dunlap the 2nd Sunday 1,1 " B I 1 . Mr. h. M. Hicks, of Looney 8 Creek was in the city last week He served in the Confederate army and is getting old and white head ed but is as gay and sprightly as when be was young. J. M. Price sftys he is one of the tcrly-five that went fishing and that'hey caught 100 pounds of fish and that it ought to be noted in the News lie also adds that be did not fall into the river. Robert Williams wa? overcome by heat lr.st Saturday while walk1 ing in the street near Ketner's store. He fell suddenly to the ground. He was carried to his home nearby and medical aid was soon procured and in about an hour and a balf be was restored to consciouriitss and at thil time e -i-ma to be get t i ng along all right That young man from Tracy City, who w..s VlMtlllg here last week, was very fuddenly struck not with stin-truke but with worse. One of Cupid's arrows hit Lim in a vital p;irt It is ih.. light by big untie who m c iupdi.ieil him on his visit that he will yullictently ri cover so us to be at,!e to return to Tracy the la-t cf the week. SUBSOIL PLOW. For the best subsoil plow on the market call on B. L. Arledge, Whit well. It certainly recommends itself to the enterprising fai nicr. TURNIP SEED. Fur turnip seed of all kinds in bulk or package, call on B. f ledge, Whitwell. Ar- Itev. W. C. Wheeler was in town Friday. Miss Maud Pryor is visiting at Bluff View. Mrs. Robert Tate is sick with slow fever. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Doss last week, a boy. W. E. MeCurry was attending the institute last week. S. L. Ilavron has been spending a few days at Sulphur Springs, Ala. Mr. Eli, of Hickory Grove, was on our streets Thursday of last week. Mrs. J. Ij. Raulston is visiting her si&ter, Mrs. W. R. Anderson, at Sequachee. Mrs. R. C. Powell and daughter, Miss An nice, of South Pittsburg, are visiting relatives in this place. Jim Price is the boss short stop on the "scrubs." It is a real pleas ure to watch him take in the ilies and grounders. Dr. Moore returned from Dun lap Thursday morning, at which place he had been doing dental worn ior some oays. We enjoyed a little outing last week visiting tbe home of that Prince of Good fellows, K M. Hicks, of Looney'8 Creek, T. P. Duff has the most beauti- ful grape arbor that wo know of. It is an attractive sight, and will be still more so when the grapes get ripe. The miners have gone to every noint of the comnasssome in search of work in other mines, some to thell. S. army, some fishing, others working on farms, some picking blackberries and others resting be neath the cool shade discussing the situation and probabilities of an early settlement between the oper ators and the miners Last week we went to the Gra ham House invited by the accom plished hostesses, Mrs. Fitzgerald and Mrs. Sartin. All the improve ments that have been made and those that are in contemplation were all explained. When finished it will bo one of tbe most attractive places in the city as well as the most fashionable. Miss Delia Ketner entertained a few friends Tuesday evening in honor of her guests, Misses Ander son and Pirtle. Those present were. Misses Ellen Anderson, Jennie Ketner, Maud Pirtle, Ellen Grayson, Annie Hilliard, Mattio Peay, Llilie Barber, Miss Smith, Bella Ketner. Messrs. A. YV. Hilliard, Chas. Ketner, Fred Jones, .1. T. Uaulston. Ivor Livingston, Clarancfl Grayson, Benton Ketner, Arthur Norwood. A Poor Millionaire. Lately Starved in London because he could not digest his food. Early use of Dr. King's New Life Fill would have saved him. Tbey strengthen the stomach, aid digestion, promote assimi- tion, improve apoetite. Prico 3"e. Money back if not satisfied. Sold by W. A. Turner, Victoria. Whitwell Drug Co., Whitwell. ATTENTION JUSTICES! We carry in stock all kinds of blank writs at lowest prices. Call on us when you need any warrants, &c. THE NEWS, Sequachee, Tenn Prof. II. E. Tnte was here Mon day morning. Mr. H iiber o! Nashville, was in the city pari oMa-t week T. M. Walker is slowly recover ing from a spell of slow fever. M. D. Moss has a team hauling lumber from Peter Cave to Sequa chce J. H. Barker, of the :?r. district was buggy riding up and down our streets list Thursday. Geo H. Iwis iMid IVttr Hardin of Tracy City was in town a few days ago because they bad nothing else to do. W. C. Hill, of the Stquachee News was in the city last Friday but was too late to get bis fortune told as most of the lady gipsy s had gone. The gipsys. were with us most of la.ct week. The men horse trad ing and the women telling fortunes. They told many a one what they alnady knew and what they hope will come to pass and what they hope will not. CASTOR I A For Int. -its and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears tho Signature KESOLUT10NS. We, your committee, submit the following resolutions: Whereas it has pleased Almighty God to remove Irom our midst our worthy brother, V", W. Frater, who died June 30th, 1901, and whereas the intimate relations long held by our deceased brother with the members of this Lodire render u proper lhat we Bhould . , nnnreoiation ii of his services as a Mason and his merits as a man, therefore.be it re1- solved isl By Altine Lodge No. 477 on registry of the Grand Lodge of the State of Tennessee of Ancient Free Accepted Masons, that while we bow in humble submission to the will of the Most High, we do not lhe less mourn for our brother w&0 nas oeea canea jrom moor to rest. ItesoWed 2nd That in the death of Bro. Frater this Lodge loses a brother who was always active and zealous in fiis work as a Mason and ever ready to succor the needy and distressed in the Fraternity, prompt to advance the interests of the order, devoted to its wellfare and prosperity, one who was wise in council and fear less in action, an honest and up right Mason whose virtues endear ed him not only to his brethren of the order, but to all his fellow citizens. Resolved 3rd. That this Lodg tender its heart-felt sympathy to the bereaved family and relatives of our deceased brother in their sad aflliction. Resolved 4ib, That the mem- bera of thi3 Lodge will attend the body of our deceased brother to the grave in full regalia to pay the last honors to his remains. Resolved 5th That this Lodge wear the usual badge of mourning for thirty days. Resolved Gih That these reso lutions be entered upon tbe min1 utes of this Lodge and that a copy of them be Bent to the family of the deceased brother and a copy be sent to the Sequachee Volley News. Brother W. W. Frattr was made E. A. Mason in Altine Lodge No. 477 F. aud A. Ma-ons, March 11, 1S82, passed to the degree F. C. April 8, 18S2 and raised to the sublime degree of Ma.-ter Mason May 13, 1S82. All of which he kept sacred until the Grand Mas ter of the Universe called l im from labor to reward. T. A. SiitiioN, G. D. Smith, II. C. Gray.-ox, I'limmitto. I. . III'M' 1 1 ?.pure uuiora ciiasea a negro groom M'veral yards to collect a mar riage fee which the man had f illed I to pay. O A. OT OltlA. W 0 lla n?. a to Us 'worst form. I couUl oat nolhW CmlhWl,n'l tit Umcs my itonnwh would i i. iin a ml U-'M ev.-n that Last March I 52, Jn tiuini l' W'AHETS and ainoe then I EE ".0.1? Improved, until 1 am as well u I ever was iu w jUje. MrijpnTi 0 PleaMint. TVilatnWe, Potent. Taste Good. TK IoS .NovVsu-kt-11. Wenk.in.or Km. 10c, iW.MC- ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... gtrll. B.MlJ lominj. ('!, Muntrnl, H.w lr. Ml MA Til f!df 8l,' ami etwritnteed hy all rtrng liU'TU'wAw giauto tHL looucco llablL IN MEMORY OF LH .IE CLUE GRIFFITH. Tho death angol visited tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. William (irilllth near Car oline Cbapol, .Tuly 12th, and took little Ollio. f.od, who dooth all things woll, saw proper to pluck a sweet flower from this cold earth and plant it in Heaven. 1'atonU, weep not, for you know ho says ''tnilTer littlo children to como unto mo, for of such is tho King dom of Heaven." Littlo Ollio was a bright and swoet child and tho homo is sad and lonely without her, but wo know she is an an gel around tho puro whito throne of lleavon. May wo all livo nearer to liod than ever before and bo prepared when the trumpot of tbo Resurrection shall sound to meet tbo iittlo angel at the pearly gates of tbe now Jorusaleui where she'll bo waiting to welcome u. Littlo Ollie was aged about ten months and suffered a great deal during her illness of srveral months, but God released her from bor pain and then she went away. Weep not for littlo Ollie, Shod not another tear; We'll moot the little darling Abovo tbo golden stair. A Finn M, YOU KNOW WHAT YOU TAKE When you tako Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic bocauso tho formula is plainly printed on every bottle showing that It is 8impl v iron and quinine in a tasteless torn: iSo Cure, Ao ray. nuc. YOU don t know how hens can lay un til you give tli cm I Empire Egg Maker 1 fc THEY double their Inying and krep d laying lotipcr. Is not a Food. Does l3 not req iiie constant feeding. It s a J tonic (Mso ood tor youn chicks). Acta rjt or. the ben's sv?it.tn line maic, and ths fl result j-3 EGGS- lots ot fc-gpa h when you v.tnt them the most, and ruz lip in x-io. ooxes or.iy. trice, 25 ccnta. Every box warranted. 6mp!rsSg2jVIaierCo. FOE MBBITI (')inrl... MotlltT Kllialielh' Food U Dr. the oiilv t'fni'it'iit nioilH'iil fl ror ui NERVOUS AND WEAK! I'll j ic lull sv: " H u. Rievuill.v efllca finus 111 ail ea-9 of nervous diseaws where O10 stoin:u.'h Is IrriUiliK prone to iu'liL't-stioii anri gastraliria. Al' i cni nf scv.'1-b fcv-r ml Bling iiiH,.ase." lliy n 'I hey Stale 1 "On account 1 J 11 I I of tlia hiifli jvercenlage of Al lium -n, Fat Kitra.-I anj Minerals. It buiiiis up a hraltliv tissue, ami it restore! the nerves anj brain to th normal condi tion. I' is the Kwiu-e of liTe, ami a Hies inemil lloontoiimtikind." AtUnntStoreg, or fnm the inr.nufiictiiren by mail, oOi a l ir -ecun 1.inufaetured by Kather Ellzabstb's Focd Co., BaV iV,M 60 YEARS' 1 ' Trade Marks Designs Copvhights 4c- !. p"n f1" rorfio ntur Mo' 0'.' -t '" '1 ' :! 111 Ire wlietlir an irl ,1, ' ' ' .tit .in inntiii .1 -I'U. ( i iii.l.HW.fc t t'Mlrlit !!. V t'lre-tuM ir 'Ht.-it. n.,. h Muni! A iu. recelvt t 1 ut t ' 111 t Scientific JIt;;:ri:nn. 1 jrVly. I itwI rr- TVJN', Co.3G,s"- Kew York -ir r , 1. CAN0V 1 V; CATHARTIC -s traoi WvJr