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YOU don't need the doctor for
every little trouble, but you do trad ia the house a trusty remedy for times of danger. Thousands are saved by having at hand niiif.li uu li mm in n i 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 BH.4.H. MCLEAN MCDICIKK CO. T. LOUIS MO. For sale by J. L. Schuliz. li MARION STONE & MONUMENTAL CO. R. L. KILLIAN, Prop., JASPER, TENN. Manufacturers of.... GRANITE and MARBLE MONUMENTS, TABLETS, HEADSTONES. AND All kinds of Cemetery Work. We handle the best of marble, and give the best of workmanship. Freight in a large item in ship ping finifiied marble. If you pur chase from us we will savejou sev eral dollars. We have an expert engraver and supply any design or style of eic graving desired. BUY THE SEWING MACHINE Do not bo deceived by those who a verli.se a $(0X0 Sewing Machine for (-0.09. Tliiskind of a machine can bo Iwmght from us or any of our dealers from $l.00 to $18.00. WE MAKE A VARIETY. THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST. The Fttil determines the strength or wenknciH of Sewing Machine. The Double Feed combined with other strong points makes the New Home the bust Bowing Mat-bine to buy. showing tlin dlf- lereni Ftvii'S or Sewing Afiirhliic w manufacture and prices beioro purcluising THE NEW HOME SEWIHC MACHINE GO. OMNGC, MASS. 28 Union 8q. N. Y., Chicago, 1 11., Atlanta, Gil., Bt, liOuis.Mo., Dallas.Tox., San Francisco, Cal FOR SALE t)V Yankee Doodle And Dixie Agree St. Andrews, Cold Tea Your Liver Cures.. HE CALLS FOR IT. Dyer's Store, Va., July , 'gj. Andrews Af'g Co. , Bristol, Tenn. Gentlemen: We have had a good trade on your St. Andrew's Cold Tea for the tiver. We sold out heore your man tailed, and have have had calls for it nearly every day. Yours truly, C. and J. R. RICHARDSON. I can recommend St. Andrew' t Cold Tea for the liver. It relief 'ed me when suffering from rheumatism and indigestion of the stom ach. Mrs. N. C. LEONARD, Nov. 8, 'g6. Ingraham, III. Greatest Liver and Kidney Medicine , on Earth. Guaranteed Salary $900 YEARLY. Men and women of (rood address to represent us. some to travel appointing gents, others lor local work looking r ter our Interests. S'JOO salary guaran' teed vearlv: extra commissions and ex penses, raDid advancement, old estab lished house. Grand chance for earnest man or woman to secure pleasant, per mancnt position, liberal income and fu ture. New brilliant lines. Write now. STAFFORD PRESS, S3 Church St., New Haven, Conn. MAKE YOUR OWN MUCILAGE. An nnnrr nl riinninr fium we ourselves use in mounting jo.ooo newspaper clipping a day, makes a quart of the cleanest mucilage by merely soaking in wate. Dropped into the mucilage pot a lew Pieces at a time, the contents of a J ounce. box would serve the needs erf the average household or ntr. f,- vir Dm not discolor. Pv mail. i-or. bos to rents - 1-01. box. it cents. Trig PBKSS CLIPPl.w BCftKAC. 9 ftsTsasklr U Boatoa. LOCAL. Postmaster Chaudoin was sick Friday. Drummers bave been numerous late lT. John R. Roberson went to Jasper Sat urday. John V. Uoso, of Stanley, was in town Friday. The p:iy train went up iti valley Tuesday. Ij. W. trabel went to C'hatUnooifa Tuesday. John K'llierson went lo l'lkeville Sa t urlay eveiiiiijf. John Christian of Victoria, was in yesterday morning. Exchange sir remarking that gr-dt-n vegetables re carc.' Newton KulU has been under the w -ather lately but is now belt' r. Ice crnm supper Saturday night fur the benefit of the Owen Cliuriu. Isham Quarles of Jasper, bus In en granted an Increase of pension to ,8. W. F. ShrUon of Sulphur Spring, has commenced a good school at Caroline Chapel. Kev. J. A. St hulcr, of South Pitts burg, spent Tuesday night with Kev. J. A. Dame. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Walker of Jasper, wore visiting II. U. Lasater and family one day last week. , Our popular depot agent, V. S. Min ter takes bis vacation this week. Chas. Mlnter takes his place. Miss Althea Spears, who bas comple ted tbo course at the County Normal, opened her school at Stanley Monday. J. J. Kelley and son this week thresh ed 1,800 bushels of wheat an average of 15 bushels to the acre.--Pikeville Itanner. So far W. S. Loyd is the champion wheat raiser of Hlodsoe county. lie made 2,000 bushels on 100 acres. Pike ville Ilanner. Miss Altht a Spears made a good rec ord for herself at the Institute, attend ing every day. She left for her school at Stanley Sunday. OASTORZA. Boan th ) You Have Always Bought J. M. Farmrr died at bis borne below Jasper Tuesday of last week and was buried at Rosewood cemetery, Rev. R. L. Killian officiating. We are under obligations to Mrs. Hartzell and Miss Annie Soott for tho first tomatoes of tbe season, and fine ones, too, in spite of tbe dry weatber. OASTOniA. Bean the "aw lw3!Ts BoflgM ' Will Price, formerlyjof WhitwelJ, but now of Birmingham, writing to the News sends bis respects to two of Se- quachee's daughters, whose names we do not suppose be wishes us to divulge. 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, 55c. Samples free at Coldwell &. Chaudoin's. Druggist J. J. Ingalls of South Pitts burg, won first prize in tbe hop, skip and jump, first prize In tbe needle threading evont, and third prize in the potato race at tbe druggists' outing at Menteagle Friday. He seems to be quite an athlete. WANTED Trustworthy men and women to travel and advertise for old established house of solid financial standing. Salary, 780 a year and ex penses, all payable in cash. No can vassing required. Uive references and enclose self-addressed stamped envel ope. Address Manager, 355 Caxton Bldy., Chicago. Oustafson llros.' Mfg. Co., Sequacbee, Tenn., Founders and Machinists. Mining Cars, Self-oi'.intr Wheels, Self-oiling Uoxes, Castings, Iron and llrass, General Machinery Repairs, jAlways in the market for scrap iron and brass. Henry Kent commenced work Mon day on tbe portico in front of the Sher man building which is now occupied by tbe Sequaehee Supply Store, James S, Deakins, Manager. Tbe building has bean thoroughly renovated and tbev bave put In a brand new stock of gener al merchandise and are now ready for business. During lust May an infant child of our neighbor was suffering. from cholera in fantum. Tbe doctors bad given up all hopes of recovery. I took a bottle of Chamberlain's, Colic, Cbolic and Diar rhoea Remedy to the bouse, 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 bave recommended this remedy fre quently and have never known It to fail. Mrs. Curtis liaker, Bookwalter, Ohio. Sold by Coldwell &. Cbaadoin. A TEXAS WON DEI HsU'a Great Discovery. One small buttle of Hall's Ureal Dis covery cures -all kidney and bin tiler troubles, removes gravel, cures dialietex, seminal emissions, weak and lame backs, rheumatism and all irregulari ties of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women, regulates bladder trouble in children. If not sold by your drnzglst, will be sent by mail on re ceiptor fl. One small bottle is two month's treatment and will cur any cane above mentioned. Dr. K. W. Hall, Hole manufacturer, P. O. liox i'., St. Louis, Mo. Send for testimonial. Sold by all druggists. Dr. C. li. FOWLKE8, DENTIST, JASrER, TENN. Office upstairs Bank Building. Re&dThU. Ripley, Tenn., Juno 1, I'JOl. Or E. W. Hall, Su L'.uis, Mo. Dear Sir: Having tried various remedies without satisfactory result, I was per xunded to give your "Texan Wonder" a trial. 1 have used one buttle, and. al though my case is one of long standing that baffled the skill of the best phys ielan, yet It yielded at once to "Tbe Texas' Wonder..' which 1 heartily rec ommend to all suffering from kidney and bladder troubles. Yours truly W. II. ItRUTON, Pastor Haptisi Church, Ripley, Tenn. FAVORABLE. BUSINESS CONCLUDED Indications Are That Miners Have Accepted the Offer of the Operators. WiMTWKi.i,, Jul v 24 The scale of willed offer 1 by I he operators whs siilistantiiilly the came 8 List ymr It was not Hccepted by the committees of this place and Tracy City, but referred to the workmen of each place. They met here at 9 a m. yesterday and took a vote on it and voted last night at Tracy City at 7 p. tn. The vote here is not made public yet but it is be lieved, a majority is in favor of ac cepting the offer made by the op erators. LATEST. Dippatches from Tracy City are to the effect that the vote was largely in favor of accept ing the offer made by the operators and the mines will resume operations WATCH us onow. Mrs. V. J. Thornis of liirming liiutt, Ala., bas had her xuWription renewed through Will l'riec of that ity. WATCH US tilrOW. J. M. Price, of Whitwell, now reads the News through the courtesy of his brother, Will Price. WATCH I'S CHOW. Miss Althea Spear while at St.ui Icy will read t!ie News. WATCH I'S tlKUW (i. W. Abler, of Victoria, renew his subscription in advance. WATCH us ;kow. John Christian, of Victoria, called to pay his subscription Wednesday. WATCH US GROW. Kev. J. A. Schuler of South Pitts burg, joins the troodly nuinler of News readers this week. WATCH US GROW. Miss Laura. White of WhitwelJ, now reads the News. WATCH US GROW. B. I. Alder of Sulphur Spring, promptly renews his subscription. WATCH I'S GROW. N. N. Rush, of Whitwell, is now a subscriber to the most up-to-date paper in the Valley, the News. WATCH US (MOW. To All Water Patrons Of The Sequachee Water Works. The prolonged drouth mak es it imperative that all con sumers use water with econ omy. If any of the house pipes are in a leaky condition notify G. Sherman and same will be repaired at once. Wa ter must not be allowed to run when not in use. The use of water on gardens by hose or otherwise is prohibited for the good of the community in general. If any patrons neg lect to observe these requests water will be cut off from their place without notice. SEQUACHEE WATER WORKS. MARKET REPORT. Chattanooga Prices. Corrected Weekly by Hill A Son. Corn. 65c Oats, 34c Corn meal, 60c Uran. !0o Best flour, S3.80 Hides, 5c. lteeswax, 22)ic, Pink root, c. Golden Seal, 25c. Eg-srs, 10c Poultry, turkeys, 8 to 8o. Irish potatoes, 50c to 70c Navy beans, $3.50 UPPER SULPHUR SPRING. Special to tbe News. J The rain Tuesday made the crop and all the people look better. Dr. K Shelton, of Ebenezer, pass ed through this vicinity Thursday. Mrs. G. W. Urvaon visited Jier pa rents at Red Hill last week. Mrs. T. A. Shelton has been visit ber sisters, Mesdames II. C. Grayson and 15. B. Alder last week. Mrs. James Richmond of Oak Grove, visited her sister, Mrs. Bob Richords Friday and Saturday. Miss Dora Shelton visited her aunt, Mrs. II. C. Grayson Friday. Messrs. J. F. and Bob Richards went to Whitwell Saturday. Mrs. G. D. Smith and daughter, Miss Halite, went to Whitwell, Sat urday shopping. Miss Flora Brooks went to Whit well Saturday shopping. Mrs. J. E. Anderson and Miss Callie Lewis went to Whitwell shop ping Saturday. Mr. W. L. Richards was visiting at II, C. Grayson's Saturday. Messrs. B. F. Bryson and T. A. Shelton went to Victoria Saturday. Mr. J. II. Brooks has been on the sick list the passed week. Ask 4 tin Bryson how he likes go ing with the thresher and liauling hash every day. Messrs. W. F. Shelton, Rich Brown and Ab Smith went to the mountain Thursday berry picking. Mrs. J. r. Richards was visiting at G. W. Bryson i Tuesday and and W ednesday. E. W. Prigmore of Oak Grove, was visiting at K. h. Richard s Sat urday. Messrs. G. W. and B. F. Bryson and J. M. Grayson took a fine lot of Bheep to Chattanooga 1 uecday. J I-MHO, ASK YOUR GROCER FOR ..... 1 xjRnlsfw :z 5 Mlsate Breakfast Feci Purina Health Flour Mikes "MIAIN BREAD." Farina Mills, St. Ui, U: Business will remain partly suspended nt Wintield until the poBtmnster explains why he flied ids mus lathe. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAT Take Laxative Broroo Quinine Tablets. All druggist refund tlie money if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's signature Is on each box. 25c. Some tarrnrs are plnntin; corn in fields damaged by timid M.iy 22 iu Green cnuuty Grasshoppers are ruining clo ver around Brownsville. Michigan City, Ind-, Feb. 14, 18W. 1 am taking Dr. J. 11. McLean's Llv er and Kidney Halm. I am now on the flrst bottle, and It bas a good effect on me. I am satisfied my liver and kid neys are out of order, and your medi c ns is doing wonderfully well In my case. CKI'MAS T. Diiibi.k, Justice of tbe Peace. For sale by J. L. Scbultx Jt Co. NOTICE. All persons are hereby notified not to deliver any goods or merchan dise on my account to any persons without a written order from ine. AUSTIN' COITIXGER, Sequachee, Tenn., July 8, 1901. 0- ULISU LoNti entnt All uat In limn. (! Hmkw MCl-""- saw"" Regulator Tho Best Liver Medicine. Largest Package on the Market. One rarkage Price 5c Five for ll.CA After mflTrrlnK from Initiation and dvp"pla for kotph jrnr find trrlnn fluht of the bst doctor" In two male to nhtiiiii ivlirt ami wilh iiu I .-tiflil, I. liwt M.V, prorurrd a imrknep o( Humnn'i Tonic K gulator ami tiat'il it m r.iinu to directions, aud by th flrnt of July I ernil I '! ntiimst anythifieanri digest li. I vuiimd In wrlRht and mrcngtli. I cxnnol np t"0 liK'hly ' it for it hhvc.1 i,n' life. Mrs. Msry .. Neighbors, Laikluviilu, Aw. 3UiiV'N liK'ti. CO., i'rop'rs, (.-ecrtrllln, Tcan. 'ouldn't you lika lo nave in Organ in your ff home a real rci'i organ one that will last a long, long time, ana make the whole household happier ( We have been making high-gra.le lrgant lor lorty-seven years, and our instruments are known the world over as t ( t w 1 ' x AwUUi MAU Conjenter ;ans. i Organs at low prices, but they are p" instruments. About the most J expensive and unsatisfactory thing you can buy is one ,, of these "cheap" Organs sold everywhere. When you buy, get something that lasts years ana years. We sell Organs at from $215 to t'.'OO. No matter what ft ice you fay, the same high gtnJe is f,und in very instrument.- Our Organs are handsome out side, and the inside, where you can't see, is put """ together as carefully and as accurately as a Jt-jujpgAy" fine watch. We sell for cash, and en iy payments to r. J liable parties. W will place an Instrument In your house, no matter how lar away you litre, Up where you can test Its fine tone, note Its fine finish and compare it with any other Instrument W you please. If you like It, you can keep it and pay for it. If you don't like it, send it back, W and we will pay freight charges both ways. Isn't that fair? Doesn't that show we have faith Jf ia our Instruments f jjj If your local dialer doit mat handle Ritiabli Carfinttr Organs, send 10 us for a larga JJJ illustrated catalogue, select an instrument that suits you, and then write us about It. E. P. CARPENTER COMPANY, BRATTLEBORO, VT. 3 This offer Is, without the least doubt, the greatest value for the least FULL SIZE COOP PAPER A, lSlr31iET p AG. EOIUSIC a "Py LARGE TYPE , .' g.-! UNABRIDCED IT15 luivo made arrangements with one of the largest innate houses of Boston to furnis li our ri lnr.4 with tea pieces, full size, complete and unabridged Mtrel Hnslc for tncntj-titf i Is. The 1 1 s ility of this sheet iiiusie is the very best. The componers' nniiits are household worilx nil OTir tin) 5i itiiient. None but liigh-prieml copyright pieoes or the nit popular reprints. It is print ) I m regular sheet-inuKie paper, from new plates tnaile from lnrge, clear ty Inrlmliiia: rolored titles and is in every way Hrst-elaas, and worthy of vottr home. J. 000 1100 copies "!! I LIST Of THE PIECES OFFERED AT THIS Tlene- , PIUU OltOBUAN, INo. VOini AKIM'IAAOOItORCAN. No. PlftlA OK OBUAN. IB! t-mrlcan Liberty March Coot 101 V i -,lu ii t. V'jro 1 1 March Two Step Cook 27 Arti.tN Life Will tzm tlraast 181 A il l l.i m Syne. Viirliitlons . Vurkee 137 Ainti-lm Sons. Op. (), 1 . . . Paeher 215 Itittleof WaterliHi. Difucriiitlve . Atnierion 179 MeauLieil of PAl'iidiiie Walts. 4 hands StrmbUtg 227 tl Jiutir.il nine ll.tiuilie NValtses . . atraim 213 Hlauk Htwk Walt7.es Walsh 2 J 7 Hlue Hell., of (Scotland. Trans. .. Rteharm 2tl itlue'iinl Hullo Polka . . . Mvmton 19 9 It'Ht'i'i ('itiiniaiiilery March . . . Carttr 10 J Itiiil-tl Mtreli from .olieugrlu . . Wiurtef 221 Itryati mid Sewall Marrh .... A'oles 2 I S G.if iltirl KtiHticana. l''our hands. 'Mfucngni 2S) Oavatorls ltustlcjiiia. Intermezzo JUiumnni 133 (Jadeunei ami Scales tn all Keys . Cxervy I ;atlierl in Waltr.ea Slrok 297 Ohatelulii e, I.a Miimtet Ltingt 237 Ohnroltea Roses Waltz. 4 hands. . . Hrht 145 Uiaytim ( Ailjiitant) March Two Step Jfixud 217 Olevelatiil's larch 81 (lonlnir from the Races Galop 239 Coppdltis. Valse lnte . . . 21 I Citi-.i Klower Waltzes 71 Orritil Dew Walts . . 2I Ihi I i w ii Pnlka 133 Dmrey's Grand Trfiitrtphal March 287 IMm m l Valley Walts . . 23) Kmtlake -Walls Mr Kii'iiMiiir rriiinpets March Aotet Hheelrr Dctblet Cvote, Jr JJutkee Cook . Marcel ltfOrelioHKf. . Uttijiiett 303 EilelwelsH linnet I Dnrket Itobinmm aimon s SlodiUrd llahriel Lmt wig Uurkit Leyoarh Lasatde binge Znltn H'uMO y nil wo 191 Klm.trin l.lirlit (4alnn 91 KHel la. Air de Ballet. Very Ui.i. 10.7 Hcliel Polka 155 hWerjrreen Waltz , 21 Ktntntic Rchnttlnehe 1 2)1 Flti litza (iahm . . fl 231 faint. Selections . .. 7 7 Kiftii S nctiirne 231 flirting In (lie Startlirlit. Walts . 23) flower Hong. Dp. m 283 fore.stirllle lV;illi .... 277 fieljcliuti. SHleeiiints 177 frillc of the Knics. sa fnll'ir llhi'Hr. Miirch (lalon. 183 ililo'i Itilu. Nocturne ,aH 17 ri:ii t; iiiiniiiitiicry .narcji s wo niep iu 281 lied vi I Toe Polka riiur 181 Her HrU it S Mil" lliiuiit Me Still . Richards I 73 II hion .f t 1 1 Merrhinc Waltzes . . Jrmll 1 3) II i ns, Swo it ilmne. I'mnscripliou . Shirk I 7 I mudine 1 I'ruain Waltzes .... Horn 13) Iiiiiiiv 1,1 1 1 polka Knur hanilj . . . WnhVr I 5 7 LvH II i i. Mmllliitlim . GaUtchttlk a r.rt.n v.. Rfliiitti.clin . ... Ktihn 23) l.e I'etlt II il. Polka Mazurka. . . . .)ir a i.rt,i I., ii tin in llulia " ifalou Ihirkee 219 Loiien ;rl i. Selections l)nrkre Al I ......I.. f:ivcli Tan Mten . . ktliltua 213 lvve's DrMitntand Waltzes Himler 9) Milieu s ri.ivui'.The Badartmtke 249 Mirtha Selections . . . Minion n U.. It...... Vnur hands . . . Arurf 253 May Oar (icliiiltlsciie Jtrci- 22S U'lKI-iiev and llohart March Jrrr 55 M nrl il Dav March . . . Mrmlt 131 Mnaitery Hells. Nnctnrua . . ' as I .ml ii- Star Walts . . .... Halm mm. vr..i.. ii. Tl.. I'u.irlctt .... Liehich ! f lid Kentucky Home Variations look an Niiiileoii Piirlon a. v.n....i x .iiltrt.ai. it Ml-'lit Urent Nations va V..1...1 4n.i.f Am.riiii .... HlaX'e Hi Si ill ii il i Trill, op. 81 . . . Killlak avi .V.w Willi . hfftrr I i I .'' I'd it Home. Transcription . Hlake 171 IdOi'ni II inker. The. Variations Unrkct 27)Oielljir OneSinl. Mazurka . m 21) Mtii 'Vim Wilts Itiuimort I9f Iretiii. Olieii of the Sea. Twostep IMnnm 21 J l.wetf i V ills gotrl.lttle A,'nes. Walts ,.. 19 Over t. n W ive Waltz 79 Pie no l Waltz . . . . 19) I" i nl Penult Overture (Snppe) 25IPsyi'i. it.ivotte .... a r Kit. V ilte anil llhie forever. It) Itln i nun I March-two step . 2tS ItintlR Walls . 127 lliiuilirj Leaves, inync . . . 14.) Siltin Witelie. March-Two-Step IB9 9'Vi fun's Serenade Transcription SI Hilvir Wives. Variations - . 19 Sniffs ( lulerall Mirch . . . 29 J i.'e ilr of ihi I'.i'l Walts . . 9 ) I il It 1 1 ii.i Walls . . 2) Sili; V in vert Polk i 2f ) S'.e i il il i Polka ) 4 i.- il T i". Imitation of Nature 7) S: i' n M ii'irka I 9) S tlf i fi II Hid March 29) i.oiu Ann Transcription II) I' ir 1 1 1 1 ilop . ". "'. ' ' .r ........ ..a. I V ' I ' it l-,."ioes. s.iuu Willi"". I i I r th ) llo ihle 1-JlKle March . . .'min Walls .i'i i rail' ifnlckslep . . li , I IT I.I -lit. aitz . . V . i 1 i 'i a ! V , i. of r ttceiin March . . V I I ' i I M .rch V i i" 1 1 race. A ferfect gem V. .!'... 1 Wlilsiwrs waltzes . Ill I I I 12) 1) 1 r 20) 9 I 231 2) 1 I I ) 301 13) Sieiicrr iifttioirt lioiat llnrkrt Brnmirr Multei March llukt , . MlUHd . aolinmnitn . . Liinut JfljMMli iuil Wyman Martin . Clark . Simoiii Urmeiit Full rtiiu-h Wrhrr K'ter Krmcn llluke ArliiKkle lide Jrireil Witunrr LtulorK Min t'Oiti . Rirhimif . . Hlakt ilendflifolttt , . Howe Slmlr 236 Across the llrldge ... Lrlrunn 260 At Nonnthle Hill Ij Ave.naria.il I linn livnuei in nimiicniin ,,,iwim 140 Helicon Light nl Hume . . . hsttttrioke 134. lleaiitlful Momilliilit. Hm't (.hirer 238 62 282 220 246 200 268 Hulls of Seville ..... . Judr lieu Holt, ol ' Trlll.v "fame Karats Hetween Love anil Duty Viyden Hlue Kves . . . tlton lliivhoo'd Dais, t l ores ...... tnlt lirfdge. Hie. INulils .y I oil fellow Cartm Hriile Pells Rorckel 276 llrown Kved llessle Lee. Clmrus Arlwrkle 192 ran v nil. weei iienri.iei'pH tseereiT BiiiwrwtKc 14 UhlllllHKXl's llapp) IHilllS . itwnuwr SB llliristinaH t mill . . 7'ttrtuir I9Q Come W hen li e SuflTTilllelit Falls arsu-Miew 284 Come ltack to Our Cottage . Krlabrimtt 168 Coon s iireiicn nt rruiiiie i se si tS2 Cow H ells. The. HoyliiKal'slleiiilleclloii Vrimm 2a4 Crown ef lili.rv . . . . Tom l 288 llanulie lllver . . Aida 250 Darling 1 Mhall silss i oil . . 176 Darling 'ellte (irnv llavhy 244 De Han )o am lie liistrnnient . . tliillerlgr, 7n llHar Heart. M e're llrne Ine (Hd . I'.tlulirookt 302 Dear Little Heart 'Nentli the Daisies lulhilge 30 Did Vou Kver Cull Me Darling' . . ' 128 Don't drliiK. my Jin) ,tnil.lii. ii nip. 9ars Dream of l.nve 256 Dwelling with the Angels. Choi us. 50 Kaster Kve. Siicreii 220 Kver Sweet Is Thy Memory . . . . 19 'K iiitiiiio w nere are. i oiine . 80 rar Away I'ttorer Klnrm Tintirr Hoavod llonfrld . lyl'll . . -. . lillna h-..tliMr I. Ilrltikim Auillll. Tl-llll-ei alll'6 Klait of Our Country. Patriotic . . t tilHot Flag. Hie. Quartette . Flirting in the Starlight Flossie. Welts Sung For a Dream's Sake I'm Vim ' me I'luvllic III lllilne From our Home the Loved niu Coing Piny (luilircfl lto.es . iimns (ilvea Kits to Me . . ,' "C (oil ltless My Kind Old Mother . . . Min II (lohlen Moon . . ('reefing Duet . 150 Ovjisy Countess. Duet 198 Heart of My llenrt . 272 How tan I Leave Thee. Duet . 184 1 Can't I'm net tl e lluppy Juki . 74 In rsueei M'tiienioer 248 In shariowliinil . SfiS In KiiiiiiiiAr Time . . 296 It Is a l.egenil Old tpinoi-n 188 111 the .starlight. Duet. . o.orir 28 JUHlllta. l-HOHO . . Mifv Kathleen Mavolirueen . iroiirn Klllarney . ..... Hulfe hlsa me. l ul don't say goedl ye . . liiillnitit Kiss tiiei iii.inm niv iicari in inine . . em 182 152 56 138 66 166 288 202 178 204 262 I ox llrhitio CiS ( mn si 1'nlolilniKe Iran il.iiOrhwbr. . . lilvrrr . . I'liliivwm tiriTnii mid . . HUlly . . I'll l it . . I'it.stlfi Martial 242 196 132 130 164 146 48 164 96 234 I 12 239 172 222 232 I.Hl-liiinril Vwiti h. llliet . . lll'Hinll I Listen In tlic MocVhitf llild . . . JiarllaHtie l.lttle Hnv Dine. Seiner Duet . J-.loli wle Little Voices at ll.e Dnor . . lavlt Lost Clionl, The kullirim Slargnrelta IV' Massa's Heepti.g In de 4 In ri M aid . himr memories i-i lnv sioiner. i i urns . sin Mother s V i h-i'ine at the 1't or I iloln-olt Musical IMiitoi'i'e. Duet . . iwmr Must the K fit Tie thai Mills . rllfltoolt la M Home l.v tl I (llll Mil I Vllillmn 110 My Little Lost lut e . i i 's 170 Mv Old KentiicVv 1'ime . loilir 216 oh. Slug Ai'iiinil 1 1 Cuilh Slisln. . Jimniwrr 228 old Folks al Vi n e i!-hi te Kll.l rr) Ivilir 102 out sunn, 'j i c . . innu 270 old Village Cl.urib . . . . Hi turn 104 on the Hunks nl Ha Pi Hiitllullllver so tuulr 90 On the l eech. ) i h I uitllnl I alii d J.vl n n 258 Out on the Drip. . ii.r 160 Outcast, An. ( I siei ler Si ng . . . nil 174 Parted In-in cut I ml ( res . . htllir 254 Picture ol Mv Veil il. H e .Hltlln 148 1'iHir Girl didn't Vim. tinle. ravlt 274 Private Ti.inmv Atkins 7i'ee 138 heiinest. Saifed Cruwntr 208 Hocked In the Cradle of Hie Peep . . hnlt 142 Hnsentoiine . ' ClowiliOdr 80 See Those Living Pictures f,'f 224 Shall I KveireeMnll er slrreAgelnf Adinmrt Vicht Wil's ' 1 1 i v r i' i tl. Dimore tlratig Jjimmior Zituti'Of ( llvllun . Xarzitill Dtnia Etlabrooke . fitting Iff It , Ifrlnno . ( 'ol n I.plimntin leer Ifesrt.'e'reFediiig kttiihtx kt 108 Trea d snltly -.he Angels are calling 7' rr 38 I rue To I lie l.sl . Aiifi-t 62 Vmir Mothers Love for Tou Ac;M 252 Warrior Hold Milium 84 What are the W ild W aves SsylngV Pi et Clurir 68 W hen the Hesn are Hlonnilng Aialu Klellv 88 Wl.u Win ler Dsvs Have lion . 7tlr 186 Whistling Wife The. Comic . 11dnll 212 Vhy am f ever V niching oY h'tfitd 218 Why do Snmmer ltnses Fade . I'arlrr 300 Yellow Roses Ileisca Ida She Sleens en.nlia tl.e lieisiea 124 Softly shii.e the Mms ef Kvenll g 210 Son's H ft ii i ii, H le 120 Slorm si ... I.orllpliv 278 Sntmoer SI i r.rr . 10 Sweelesl Snug, Tho 32 Sweet t i tig Ago, '1 he 46 That V mil v u lli.i.e. Walts song f 18 There's a Hail. how lu the Clouds 206 There's Sure lo he a Way 158 Thinking of Hi n e snd Moll er . 292 nitantas l radle 16 lis Tllie.Di nnpsi rflDPTT "'"t l,,e Price yon Have to pay for tins sheet tnneie Is only twmty-sive '.t i r lirihr I -.hI.i that for tins vou net tea sleees. not one: that it Is sent to any a.l.irss, poetiiai.l: that all the little detills are up to the stainiard, iHrlsiilns colored lilies I that tlie vre-'il t.i.s liuve lull piano BccolnHliiliieule ; that the Instrumental pieces give the has a as wli is -o. IimIv: ihet litis sheet iniisie is equal to any publislieil. 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