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YOU don't need the doctor for
every little trouble, but you do nncd in the house a trusty remedy for times of danger. Thousands are saved by having at hand MlIJi etas Lk&lkyBatn 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 iss wise to be always ready for them. Sold by druggists, $1.00 a bottle. THC DR. J. H.MCLEAN MEDICINE CO. T. LOUIS MO. For 3u!e by J. L. Schuliz. MARION STONE &, MONUMENTAL CO. K. L. KILLIAN, Prop., JASPER, TENN. Manufacturers of.... GRANITE and MARBLE MONUMENTS, TABLETS, .HEADSTONES. All kinds of Cemetery Work. We handle the best of marble, and give the best of workmanship. Freight is a large item in ship ping finiflied 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 desired. buy the: RIP 11 r SEWING MACHINE Do not bo deceived by those who Ad vertise a $110.00 SSew'iny ilnehiiu lor f 20.00. Thwkind of a machine e:t:i be bought from us or any of our dealers fromijil.i.OOto $18.00. WE MAKE A VARIETY. THE NEW HOKE IS THE BEST. The Feed determines the strength ; weakness of Hewing Ahichint". Th. Double I'Vecl coinliiiii ii willi othc strong )ointn makes the Kcw 13 ).;' the best Bewing Mai himi to buy. w manufacture uiul prices liel'mo pvirclniHin THE NEW HOME SEWINS MAGHIKS CO. ORANGE, MASS. 28 Union Sq. N. Y., Chicago, 1 11., Atlanta, Uu., BU Louls.Mo., DallasiVx., Hrm Fraucisco, Cal FOR SALE BY ankee. Doodle And Dixie Agree St. Andrews, Cold Tea Your Liver Cures. HE CALLS FOR IT. Dyer's Store, J'.;,, July , 'gj, Andrews M'g Co. , Bristol, Tenn. Gentlemen: We have had a good trade on your St. Atidreio's Cold Tea for the liver. We sold out before yonr'man called, and have have had calls for it nearly every day. Yours truly, G. and J. R. RICHARDSON. I can recommend St. Andreiv't Cold Tea for the liver. It relieved me when suffering from rheumatism and indigestion of the stom ach. Mrs. N. C. LEONARD, Nov. S, 'qb. Ingraham, III. Greatest Liver and Kidney Medicine on Earth. Guaranteed Salary $900 YEARLY. Men and women of L'ood address to represent us, some to travel appointing agonts, others for local work looking af ter our interosls. s'.ioo saury Kuuran toed yearly; extra commissions and ex- Densest, rauld aJvaiK'O'ut'nt, old esian lished house. Grand etianoo for earnest man or woman to seetiro pleasant, Im manent position, liberal lneonio and fu ture. New brilliant lines. Write now. STAFFORD PRESS, 23 Church St., New Haven, Conn. Kelly I'ryor, of Victoria, waa In town Saturday. Capt. Ja. Boberson went down the valley Monday. V. II. tiott, Esq., of Inman, went to Jiupir, Monday. Mr. I.. W. Gabol went to Jlurrouprb's Chapel Saturday. , (i. Stieniian and .I.E. DcaUins left for Nashville Sunday. It. 11. I.asater took a load of bay to Tracy City Saturday. Miss( s Arne and Paulino Milbrandt went to Jasper Saturday. Mrs. Will Harris, of Sprindile. was in the city one day last week. Key. (eo. W. White, of Wbitwell, was in town Monday fruni Jasper. Rohart Foster and partner, W. A !He. left for Chattanooga Monday. Daniel Johnson, of Sweeden's Cove, came up to attend Post mooting Saturday. The Baptist Association of Sequacbeo Valloy meets at Dunlap August 8, 9, and 10. Ooerations "drumming timber" out of Pryor Cove have been suspended for a few days. Sim EldridRO of Cleveland, Tenn., ia isltinsr bore. Ho is in the clothing business in that city. James Eldridge, of South Dacota, has veen visiting bis brother, J. H. Eld- ridge this week. Hugh Curtis and family, of Whit- well camo down to visit relatives on the mountain Monday. ii. S. Haynes and Jack Lee were part of the Sequachee contingent at Post meeting Saturday. E. II. Wells and Isham Quarles of Jasper, wore on band early for U. A. R. meeting Saturday. Mr. Isham Hammock and daughter, Mrs. Ab Thornton and baby, started for Chattanooga Tuesday by road. Miss Tlioebe Abies was in town Sat urday. Sho and her sister, Miss Eva, went to Wbitwell Saturday night. OASTORIA. Beara the 1 r,B m m have km1 BolP' Signature y SZS, MAKE YOUR OWN MUCILAGE An ounce nf Clipping Gum wi" tirv!ve ii nuuintiiiif jo nno nrwsl alter chl'lir?-i A rl IV. n ir." a quart oi the cleanest mutilate bv merely soak r, in water. lroptrl into the muciUtte nt a tew nl. at a tin, th rotit..nt lf 2 1 ounce l.H'X wnuM r tSf reed of the avprjue fimwiiohi or nihWaviir lloe not discolor. Iv r"a:l wr. hn mrpnH: 1 o Kw. ?s rrntv I'KINS CLl'rriNU Bl'Utir. rimhlr St., Hwtu. Dr. C. 15. FOWLKKS. JASPEII, TKNN. Office upstair IJ.ink P.ui'.din. LOCAL. A TKXAS WONDER. of Hall's Great Discovery. One small bottle of Hall's (treat Mis eovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles, removes gravel, curesdiabetes, seminal Amissions, weak and lame baeks, rheumatism and all Irregular! ties'of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women, regulates bladder trouble in children. If not sold by your drnggist, will be sent by mail on re ceipt of One small ' bottle is two month's treatment, and will cure any case above mentioned. Dr. E. W. Mali, solo manufacturer, P. (). llox tU'J. St. Louis, Mo. Send for testimonial. Sold by all druggists. Dallas Dixon and Geo. II. Wiseman came down from the cove Saturday to attend the G. A. R. mooting. Mr. Henry Simpson, of Jasper, wbo has been olected principal of the public school at Jaspor, was in town Friday. KEEP your blood pure and your stoniitch and digestive organs in a healthy condition by taking Hood's Sarsaparilla and you will be WELL. There will bo an ice cream supper for the benefit of the Sunday school at Un-1 ion Grove at the school house there next Saturday night. ' Turn out and give them a lift. ' For the Sake of Fun, Mischief la Done." A vast amount of mischief is done, too. because people neglect to keep their blood pure. This mischief, fortunately, may be undone by the faithful use of Hood's Sarsaparilla. Hood's Pills cure liver ills. Non-irritating. Thursday, July 11th, was the banner day for thermometer record, it being 101 deg. at the postodlco and handle works at 4:30 p. m. The record at the News office same hour was H5 deg. When you want a modern, up-to-date physic, try Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. They are easy, to take and pleasant in effect. Price, 550. Samples free at Coldwoll & Chaudoin's. Several wheat crops have been thresh ed recently near town, W. 11. Pope mado 075 bushels on forty acres and H. 15. Norwood mado an average of 27 bushels on seventeen acros. The yield in the county will bo some larger than last year. Pikevillo Banner. WANTED Trustworthy men and women to travol and advertise for old established houso of solid financial standing. . Salary, ?7S0 a year and ex penses, all payable in cash. No can vassing required. Give references and enclose self-addressed stamped envel ope Address Manager, So.") Caxton Itldy., Chicago. Win. Houts has secured the timber along the south bluiT of Dixon Cove und will commence operations "drumming" it out in a few weeks. R. J. Brown will erect a saw mill near the spring at the foot of the Big Ridge and cut the timber into marketable lumber, after which it will be hauled to this place via the mountain road. During last May an infant child of our neighbor was suffering from cholera in fantum. The doctors had eivnuD all hopes of recovery. I took a bottle of Chamberlain's, Colic, Cholic and Diar rhoea Remedy to the house, telling them I felt sure It would do good if us ed according to directions. In two days the child had entirely recovered. The child is now vigorous and healthy. I have recommended this renjedy fre q .cntly and bavo never known H to fail. Mrs. Curtis Baker. Bookwalter, Ohio. Sold by Cold well it Cliaudoin. Read This. Ripley. Tenn., June 1, 1001. Dr E. W. Hall,' St. L iuis, Mo. Dear Sir: Havhiif tried various remedies 'without satisfactory results, I was per suaded to give your "Texas Wonder" a trial. 1 have used ono buttle, und, al though my case is ono of long standing that bathed the skill of tiio best phys ician, yet it yielded at once to "The Texas Wonder,.' whicti I heartily rec ommend to all suffering from kidney and bladder troubles. Yours truly W. II.' BRUTON, Pastor Baptist Church, Ripley, Tenn. CIA ASK YOUR GROCER TOR iRoistonT S. H. Wells was hare Monday. W. A. Aldor was in town Monday. Pay day was general Saturday, about all the firms paying olf. N. C. Hill made a business trip to Victoria and Whitwoll Friday. M. Martin & Sons are engaged thresh ing wheat in Rankins Cove. Ed Eldridge, of Pocotello, Idaho, is visiting his brother, J. B. Eldridge. Mr. J. R. Ellis and Miss Maud Pirtle, of Jasper, visited tho Spring Sunday. Geo. Joseph has just purchased a horso and buggy which bo was trying Sunday. Laurenco Burnett has secured a po sition as engineer for the Dunlap Mill ing Co. Will Burnett was telling some whop ping big stories about ticks and chig- gars, which we are quite ready to be lieve. The quarantine of Jackson county, Ala., against Marion county has beon removed as no small-pox exist3 in this county. We hear that Mrs. C. H. Davidson and family are about to visit Mr. Dav idson's brother, W. S. Davidson at South Newcastle, Maino. Under the apple treos at Victoria, Saturday July 20th, ice cream and lem onade and other refreshments will be served. All the young gentlemen are invited to bring their best girls and spend a few hours under the shade near W. A. Turner's store. WATCH US UllOW. Miili'om liimictt, of Setjuachee, orders the News. WATCH US (JlfOW. L. F. Dickson of Frost, Tcx.ts, promptly semis his subscription for a year ahead, lie say its first of all. WATCH FS GROW. This lignature is on evory box of the genuine Laxative Dromo'Uimiine Tablets the remedy that cures a coIU in one day Mansel Boene and family and Miss Nannie Kelly, of Sequachee, who have been visiting relativos and friends in Battle Creek, passed through Kotchall Thursday on their way home. While in Ketchall they loaded their wagon with Case &. Co.'s groceries. Ketchall cor. South Pittsburg Hustler. DON'T TOBACCO SPIT and SMOKE YourLifeawavl You can be cured of anv form of tobacco usimr easily, bo mado well, strong, ninRiiptic, full of new lite ami vieor bv takim? Uti.Tn.HAn. that makes weak men strone. Manv train ten pounds in ten ilayR. Over SOO.OOO etireu. All druggists. Cure guaranteed, liook- iei aim auvice l-Kt.K. Address STERLING RiCMEDY CO., Cliicago or New York. 437 The wheat threshing is over and the iarmers are glad of it. The following are tbo amounts of wheat raised on the Spears' farm by tenants: James Rober son, 768 bu; W. II. Hill, 495 bu; John II. Spears, 497 burlsham Hammock, S78, bu. Wheat is now worth 05c, delivered in CM ar.r.nnnnrf :l. tz 5 l&nate Breakfast foci I'll rma Health Flour Makes "liKAlN IJUEAD." Purim Mills, St. Louis, Mo. Michigan City, Ind., Feb. 14, 1 8'.).). I am taking Dr. J. II. McLoan's Liv er and Kidney Balm. 1 am now on the first bottle, and it has a good effect on mo. I am satisfied my liver and kid neys are out of order, and your medi cine is doing wonderfully well in my case. Ckpiias T. Dmiii.K, Justice of the Peace. For sale by J. L. Schultz & Co. Posts:!, U. A. R., hold its regular meeting Saturday, and it was well at tended. The Post is contemplating a social gathering of its members, fami lies and friends in Octobe r, at tho Blow ing Spring, Columbus Park, Sequachee, which will consist of a parade, dinner, and addresses by prominent ex-soldiers. Particulars will be given when decided on la tor. (lustafson Bros.' Mfg. Co., Sequachee, Tenn., Founders and Machinists. Mining Cars, Self-oilinir Wheels, Self-oiling Boxes, Castings, Iron and Brass, General Machinery Repairs, Arways in tho market for scrap iron and brass. A Missouri editor makes the follow ing announcement in his own paper of his own marriage: "For tho first time wo were married Wednesday. Wo have oontemplat' d this step fur a long time. but lack of funds has always prevented, until we finally decided to get married and trust to Prublemr for tho rest. The subscription rates to the Record will remain at tbo tamo price. duly the immediate relatives were present at the ceremony. Oar views un tho money question will remain the same only e nted moro of it. Will go to housekeep ing in tho Asquith borne on Second Street" BURROUGHS' CHAPEL. Special to the News. Charlie Campbell went to Jasper on business Monday. N. F. Campbell while logging in the Pryor Covo lust Monday was slightly hurt by a limb falling on his head. Mrs. Nelson who resides near Kimbal spent tho past week on tbo mountain as tho guest of her son, I). M. Nelson. Gardens, sweet potatoes and other crops are needing rain badly. Mrs. Eliza Blansett, who has been vory poorly for aoveral days is now bet ter, we learn, at this writing. Mrs. Li..io Crow was visiting at Mrs. Wagner's Tuesday. N. F. Campbell and Tommio Wilkins were down at Sequachee shopping Tues day. Mrs. Nannie Wilkins was visiting her sister, Mrs. Sarah Campbell Tues day. John Eaktns was in this vicinity Wednesday. Mrs Wagner and son, Will, wcro at Sequachee on business tho first of last week. N. F. Campboll called to see his par ents. Wodneslay. Mr. Rainoy Anderson, of this neigh borhood and Miss Nancy Roberson, of the Gizzard, wore married Wednesday. Mr. Boyd, of Jaspor, John Lewis and Billio Harris, who rosides near Sequa chee were on the mountain Thursday in the interests of their cattle. Rev. Dugan mado a business trip down to Jasper Friday. Mr. J. H. Burroughs, John Eakin and son John wero at Jasper Friday. Loney Wells called on business at W. M. Campbell's Friday. Loney Wells called on business at W. M. Campbell's Friday. Charlie Campbell was at Sequachee on business Saturday. Wm. Holland and wife and sons of of Traoy City were visiting John Crow and family in this section the first of last weok. Mr. Chris Wagner is still at the lum ber hauling business these long hot days. Miss Lizzie Nelson was visiting in this section tho guest of her rolatives and Mends Saturday and Sunday. Rev. Boston, of Whitwoll, and John Lewis, of Tracy City, took dinner at James Campbell's Saturday while on their was to K. D, Curtis's whore they had prayer meeting in the evening. Mr. Gabel, of Sequachee, was out last Saturday enjoying tho cool air of the breezy heights of the Cumberland mountain. Mr. and Mrs. Pryor, of Sequachee, paid the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs, Wagner, a visit Saturday. There were quite a number attended the graveyard cleaning off at Burroughs cemetery Saturday where we bad a good time besides a nice dinner to which everybody was welcome. Will Wagner mado ye writer and Charlie Campbell a visit Sunday even ing. We had quite a nice Sabbath School at Burroughs Chapel Sunday which was conducted by Rev. Boston, of Whit well, and John Lewis, of Tracy City. Charlie Campbell was on the puny list Saturday and Sunday but is now botter. I reckon its because W. II. B. is get ting so big and fat is why ho can't got out on thu mountain to see us. T. E. C NOTICE. All persons are hereby notih'e' not to deliver any goods or merchan dise on my account to any persona without a written order from me. AUSTIN' COPPIXUKK, Sequachee, Tenn., July 8, 1U01. The wife of John Touhey, a bride: of a few days, disappeared with fo()5 of her husband's money. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Takn Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure. E. W. Grovo's signature is on each box. 'J ic. Joseph Wright, 71 years old, of Covington, weiit to tho penitentiary to tserve a t! years ttenti nee. Find of zinc and fireproof clay in Washington county caused the ar rival of several prospectors M i.-;-t -..-.. U ; lies ( ;!i ,ri. Cl In Tm.mv - a.: ti ,t M . 1 -. . -!. t'( fl t l.r .Jr.,-- ... i r t h W . w r-i tV TKel5cstLivr.!e!-'-,:.-.c. One IV.' IV U 1 After stiffen'- from In.'.i--- tin- li,-:t .Uietois In t '. . jjUii'l l.y tu I .m' it ....i' l'.ii. . 1?N.'igf.U.r. i.'iiliuv.j:.,'. fTT'' ' ;-.r 'J-'."' - " ' l'i eijffi'.i i : -t . i v i i i I :. '.., 4 h h i jfe 1) Wouldn't V ".1 b!:e ti liavc sn Organ ia rotir home n cci! t , ..' c-.y.-n on? tli.U wili last a l.ng, 'fc long tiir.e, end :-i-ike t'ie uhelc Ii.uim l.ol l luppu i ? Ve b.-.va 1 cl: t'Kil.in" liich-eiailii Oinms for O forty-seen years, t,r. 1 oc.r iasuuwcnts aio Liiown the wo;.-l our a; rj te r-i ti-t- -T' -1! il'ih. I V'iXJzi' We sell t'rn-i-sa'lo'vrriccs.btit flicyme Z'f I.',)'-Jx not "cheap" iustrume.u.t. About the most : X !'i';'''"!i'v:'il Wpcn:,ivcanl unsatisfactory tliir.g you can buy is one Jj - J i ; j;' jy'i ' i of these "cheap " Orcans sold everyn here. When - '!'' " ", hk.nl you bnv, ret something thrt btsH Viars ami ytars. m 71: Wi Si-11 flrram at from S '."l l.i ? 'I'lV . ,' mat, r ''!.' what ptie yon fay, tie same h,;h a,:e i: f und in every instrument. Our Orcatii aio handsome out- (A sine, and the inside, where you can't see, is put '3 tofjetlier ns carclully and as accurately as a , T- :Jil4r . fine wctdi. m r We r-r:l fnr cni. and on c.-if.v r.-ivmenta to re- i X liable parlies. Wc will p!acc an instrument In your l.-.m s, no mattrr hew (, r away you live, if 1 where you can test it 3 line tone, note its fine fuii-h and c ini-"'re it with any other instrument fa (l you please. If you like It, you can keep it anil pay for it. H you djti't like It, und it back, 1 w ana we will pay tieiglu charsca Loth ways. Isu't that ta;r ? Uutsti t that show have lalttx tn St in our instruments t Ji w wf , . , . ..,. , . ... . . i . i . ... . i e? 1 fitttfer 0 cant. Fcmt to us fur A laree -AL illustrated caulouct select an instrument that suits you, and then write U3 about it. a 'A E. P. CARPENTER COMPANY, BRATTLEBORO, VT. . . This offer In, without tho letittt doubt, tho jjrcatcut vnltto for the loiwt money ever offered by any ncwspiiper in the whole history of journalism FULL SIZE SHEET t, COOO PAPER ci y tjpf WE have made arranDinniits with ona of tho laraest music lionsisof Bnfton to furnish our " ru'iilnr.-i wiLli tun piei''. full cuuipk'to mnl uii.ihi -i i M,ii J.usic lor t urn t-,-I'm- its. Tho quality nf this alio it, unisin u tho very hust.' The .i!onicM-i-.-;' i.;in.. f art- linuyi-lu l,l',M-ii!f nil ovur the uo itiiimit. S me hut hih-pricd copy rifrh L pti-ei-n or tlmuot opnlni- it j r i . t . It ia print.) 1 on regular alieet-iiiusii! paper, from now plntos linulo from liuv, ol: :ir tpi' ini-lttitiiiir eoloruil titles no 1 i? in evory way rlrt-eln,ss, anil worthy nf vour Ihoih1. .i.Mill iiilll copo-.s solil ! ."-JX1..V.r.. ,.",t5 rltUtS UfflKt'J AT 1 rl'i TI".!?-. io. t it - , . iii j' ji n u v r t--n r. No. PI MH oil Oltl.n. 165 V'll o-iiMH l.ilioi-ty Marolt Coak 101 V'i '.io:a-i Vlnoil. .l,in;!i Two Step I'twk 247 .i-;.it'i l,l(.i W.il t.'M StnwM 181 A'll'l l.-i iir Sf ne. Variations . Imrkrr 187 Amu-i in Soii'r, Op. ii:i, 1 . . . fueln-r 2 I 5 mule ot Waterloo. Iiosn-iplive . Amltison 179 Henllii" of I'aiMiti-ie W.iltz. 4 lianiU Strctlc'i 227 ItH.mtilol Mine lan ilje VV'allzui . . 2 I 3 HI o:k II twit W.ilf.os il',i, 257 IHua U-)li nf Si'otliml. Tram. . i-w.s 'Zt HOIOIltl l',.'IIO I'uiua . . . .I,0-ls7), I3J u lit i i i; ini iiiiii'leiv Mari'li . . . iVo.r IOJ Jln'ttl M u eh li-fiio l.ohennu 2ii 231 I 3 3 I-lil'iiie'JH und S'Miiii-i in all Kevs . Vrrrttv I (Utlierl i.) Wnltxi'i SiiWi 297 Coite . ii i p. I.i Minuet wi7-1 23 7 ''h'rikei llosis Waltz. -Ihaii'li. . . li lu 149 Jlyt;ii ( Adjutant) Miircli -1'wo Step II. 23G Arrnss ihe In i,. - 2iiO Al No., nihil' 27 A iv Mini;. 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