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IIOUSilGSS
n T Tour valuable CA8CA-
SSr an1 fnd them pcrfwt. Couldn't do
t.i th:ra- I have used Ihera (or some time
"or indigeiition and blllouxncHK and am now com
pieielj cured. Recommend them, to every one.
"nee tried, you will never be without them In
the family Euw. A. Mahx, Albany, N. Y. .
I CATHARTIC jk
o!?llJ'nt' Palatable. Potent. TaM Good. Do
wood, Never Sicken. Weaken, or Grliie, 10c. &c. 50o.
... CURE CONSTIPATION. ...
jawly l'-p.r. rMnm, o.lrl, r r. sn
KfLTfl.Rlf ""I"! and giinrantred bj all drug
"u WBAW glau to CLKii Tobacco Uablu
n
I
alia
In every town
and vil Litre
0 may be had,
roaso
that makes your
horses glad.
LOCAL.
Yankee Doodle :
And Dixie Agree
ST. ANDREWS'
Cold Tea
Your Liver Cures.
HE CALLS FOR IT.
Dyer's Store, Va., July I, '97.
Andrews Mf'gCo.,
Bristol, Tenn.
Gentlemen: We have had a good trade on
your St. Andrew's Cold Tea for the liver.
We sold out before your man called, and have
have had calls for, it nearly every day.
Yours truly,
r. nd r A RICHARDSON.
1 can recommend St. Andrew's Cold Tea
for tin fiver. It relieved me when suffering
from rheumatism and indigestion of the stom
ick., Mrs. N. C.LEONARD,
k 8, '96. Ingraham, III.
Xfreatest Liver and
Kidney Medicine
on Earth.
H. V. Nyrd " Dunlap last week.
Sheriff McCullougb i In town Tuea-
dv.
We do job work wbile others wait
See?
Charles Byrd has returned from Dun-
lap.
Work was resumed at the handle
works Monday.
Mr. J. S. Bennott went to Jasper
Tuesday.
Itriegs Lasater visited his father at
Dunlaplast week.
IUlev Abies is a first-class barber, so
those say who patronize blm.
MiHs Amanda Raulston spent Satur
day and Sunday at South Pittsburg.
W, C. Roberson, Leonard Rogers and
Charles Trible went to Jasper Sunday.
C. C. Houts and family returned from
Du'nlap to reside here again Tuosday.
II. G. Simpson, of Jasper, was in town
Friday evening and paid us a short call.
Misses Louise Hill and Agnes Mil
brandt drove to Whltwell Sunday evening.
Mrs. Milbrandt and daughter, Miss
Agnes, went to soutn riu,sDurK o.v
urday. Poter Davenport, formerly of this
place but now of Chattanooga, was in
Monday.
Deputy iSberiff I'urgurson, of Jasper,
was in town last week collecting poll
taxes. ,
w 11 11 VnwMl. of Whitwell, has
been granted a pension of S8.00 per
month.
Miu llattie Watlev, of the mountain,
was in town Friday and remembered us
on subscription.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Abrams, of
Jasper, were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
Robblns Sunday.
C. C. Houts and. family will move
back here shortly and will probably oo
cupy the Hammock cottage.
Mr. W. L. Melcher has presented the
library of the Literary Society with a
number of copies of the Outlook.
A. J. Martin and wife went to Cbatta
nnntra Tuesday with their baby to con
sult an occulist for treatment for the
child's eyes.
A TEXAS WONDER.
Havll'e Great DUcoTery.
One small bottle of Hall's Great Dis
covery cures all kidney and bladder
troubles, removes gravel, cures diabetes,
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
drngglst. will be sent by mail on re
ceipt of $1. One small bottle is two
month's treatment and will care any
case above mentioned. Dr. E. W. Hall,
sole manufacturer, P. O. Box 629, St.
Louis, Mo. Send for testimonial. Bold
by all druggists.
Read Thin.
Martin, Tenn., June a, 1901.
This Is to certify that 1 have used
Hall's Texas Wonder for kidney troub
le and have never found anything its
equal. It's merits are wonderful. Try
it, as I did. and be oonvlnced.
REV. C R. WIHTNELL.
WATCH US OKOW.
S. F. Harp is, of Birmingham, Ala ,
formerly Cedar Springs, wants tie
News.
WATCH US GHOW.
John MiHiiraii, of Brookside, Ala.,
promptly sends in his subscription.
WATCH US GROW
W. T. Harris, of Brookside, Ala,
pays for the News and says he wants
it.
WATCH US GHOW.
Mr. Albert Wallace, of Rochester,
N. II, pays his subscription for ten
years.
WATCH US GROW.
Mrs. F. O. Pearson visited Jasper
yesterday.
Mrs. F. M. McCullougb of Jasper, is
very sick with fever.
A. C. Cbaudoin, tax assessor, 7th dis
trict, was here yestorday.
W. W. Hcnson, of Pikeville, an old
Confederate soldier, died last week.
Miss Susie Howard and John White
were married last week in Sequatchie
oounty.
Mr. Eb Hamilton of Victoria, and
Mrs. Bathula Parks were In town Mon
day morning.
Dr. Fowlks. dentist, of Jasper, is In
Pikeville this week attending to his
lame practico there,
The need of a suitable place of pub
llo meeting and entertainment in this
place is becoming more and more evi
dent every year.
Lee Hooper, of Chattanooga, pays
for his paper.
WATCH US GROW.
W. II. White, of Cedar Springs,
sends in his subscription.
WATCH US GROW.
J. V. King, of Albion View, now
reads the News.
WATCH US GROW.
Headaches
MAKU
Grey Hairs.
Dile poiaon in the lyatem it the ftourre of trouble
It enter through a torpid liver, and a train ol ilia
follow in it wake. Bile Doiaon In retnnnsible ,or rk'
headache, nervoua diaordera, fever, wnakne, biliou
attack!), malaria and constipation. There is only on
complete treatrgent, and that is
MOM'S LIVER PILLS
andTONIC PELLETS
Th Pink Pill touches the liver, the Tonic Pellet
remove the bile, tone and invigorate the system,
'ull treatment 25 doses for 25 i
. Woek' treatment, 10c. Sampl
all dealer.
CUMMINGS CHAPEL.
Special to the News.
The farmers are very
plautiug com
Ct C." on Every Tablet,
- Every tablet of Cascarets Candy
Cathartic bears the famous C. C. C.
Never sold in bulk. Look for it and
accent no other. Beware of fraud.
- 4
All druggists, ioc.
DEALER IN
Rough and Dressed Lumber,
Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Jambs, Base, Casings and Mouldings.
Always in the market for rough lumber and logs
Correspondence Solicited. Ordkrb Promptly illep
( Seq.uaclh.ee, Term, r
busy
HICKORY GROVE.
Special to the News.
Miss Maud Yochem was
R. J. Massey was at Mctfabb Miss Lula Pickett last week.
visiting
BROWN, SPURLOCK
& BROWN,
Attorneys-at-Law,
SOUTH PITTSBURG, TENN.
Will practice in all the courts of Marion
and adjoining counties.
Mines Saturday.
Mr .Unmnna was vieitin sr at
Kelleys Ferry Sunday.
Ml Y.Won Newsome went to
the Handle mhuttRiiooffa last week. Like-
iivi ' Mw - i -w - e
wise vviiuam wiiue.
Robert Anderson of Etna t'ib
ited borne folks Suuday.
If you want to see Miss K M
blush just ask her who the flew
up at.
Bill Boatrite und wife visited
home folks Sunday.
W. C. Bible made a buaiuess
trip to WalliDg last week.
Mies Ellen looked very pleas-
Saturday morning. Wonder if
abe hadn't seen her best fellow.
Martin Johnson made a busi
nets trip to Cbattauooga Satur
day. Old Slick.
Works Thursday Friday and Saturday
to allow stock taking for report to so
journed stockholders meeting.
Mr. and Mrs. Sanders, of the Sanders
Entertainers repeated their success of
Wednesday night to a gooa-sizea au
dience at the school house Thursday
night.
Messrs VV. C. Roberson and Leonard
Rogers startled the usual quiet Sunday
by the loud pattern of their riding suns
which was perpendicular stripes of blue
and white two Inches wide.
FOR CATARRH oi tne nose,
throat, stomach, bowels and more
delicate organs, take Hood's Sarsapa-iilla-it
is A RADICAL CURE.
Mr. O. Sherman will give the young
ladies of Prpor Institute a medal for
elocution, and Mr. C. J. Gustafson one
also for musio at the annual commencement.
SEODACHEE WATER WORKS.
yv3T2 A 1" - -. "TUT iin
Office: Marion House.
Residents of Sequachee have all tho privi'cgce
in
con-Tbe
non went to
xix loo i iuiviivv
Whitwell the first of the week shop-
iincr
Mr Malinda Ilidee. Mrs Stella
Vandenrriff and Miss May Ridge
were viaitintr at Wash Pickett's tho
first of the week
Miss Grace Yochem was the guest
of Miss Sarah Hudson Sunday after
noon.
. Misses Ida Pickett and Edith Hud-
son were visiting Miss Lucretia Pick
ett Sundav.
Miss Ethel Grayson was visiting
the Misses Yocnem Sunday
Ask Jim Price if he ever got left
Miss Grace Yochem was the guest
of Miss Ethel Grayson Saturday
Messrs Thomas Andes and James
Price took dinner with G S Pickett
Sunday. Red Bird.
IWDIUV 1IIU fcvv 4 -
nanfinn wit h Water Services equal to any first class city.
supply is taken from Cumberland Moi.utain from epnugs
350 feet elevation. Three miles of pipe are low laid.
WE can furnish you letter heads,
bill heads, statemeut, circulars,
LAW
STATIONARY
Satisfaction
Guaranteed.
invitations and caids.
m
RINT
BOOK
WORK.
ING.
THOMAS
B. HILL.
Notary Public: UertnAeaie 01 ppummiv
filed in U S. Pension Offices.
-CORRESPONDENCE solicited tn m persons de
siring to purchase land for residence or farming purn
poses TITLES examined. SEQUACHEE, TENN.
T
NORWOOD
BICYCLES
Not Made by a Trust
Model 23
NONE BETTER
Thev are honestly built from the
ht obtainable materials by the most
experienced workmen. Not a point
which can add to tneir Deauty or
utility is overlooked;
. Every wheel guaranteed.
'They stand the racket "
Send for Catalogue and fticcs
NORWOOD BICYCLE COMPANY
2-8 Plo t-. CINC1NNA1 1, oniu
Sold by Newsdcalers-lOc
JT. W.. bTt'e-WP"1" author.,
! 1
32 pages o! Piano Piuslc
ift enmniete Pieces for Piano
llh lnt.rtln Mualc.l I.Hfflurf j
Once a Month for 10 Cents.
Yearly Subscription, $1.00.
Thia iBnature U on every box of tho genuine
Laxative Druiuuvuiuiu& -
.v.. mv that cum n cola In one djr
Arthur Norwood, of Whitwell, spent
siot.irdnw and Sundav visiting borne
folks. Arthur is making trips ratuer
regular of late and Madam Rumor has
I it that he will soon buy two ticKew ior
Whitwell. Pikeville Banner.
Strength
r !! iliirnstnil and thorouehly as-
Himilated food. Hood Sar.saparMia ra .uC
digestive organs, and thus builds up the
strength. If you are Betting- " run down.
begin taking Hood s at once.
walking party consisting of Mr.
and Mrs. L. W. Gabel, Mr. and Mrs. w.
R Thomas. Misses Mathilde and Lydla
Gustafson, Grace Thomas and Mr. W.
i C. Hill visited the Falling Spring Bun-
day.
When you lack energy, do not relish
imnr food, feel dull and stupid, after
eating, all you need is a dose of Cham-
hnrlain's Stomach & Uver laoieis.
They will make you feel like a new
man and give you an appetite like a
bear. For sale by Coldwell & t-Daua-oin,
Sequachee; Whitwell Drug Srore,
Whitwell.
During the fine weather the Public
i K..V.AOI1 nilinir ud ranidlv and
Bcuvui uw " n t i -
is a model schoo in many respects. The
recent spelling contests have arousca
mnrh interest in the scholars. Perfect
spelling Is more than an accomplish
ment.
A neighbor ran in with a bottle of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy when my son was suffer
ing with severe cramps and was given
un as beyond hope by my regular phys-
" ....... 1
Irian, who stands high in Bis proiesaioo.
Aftrr administering three doses of it,
mv son regained consciousnes and re
.
covered entirely within twenty-iour
' oavs Mrs. Mary Haller, of M.
. This Remedy Is for sale
& Cbaudoin, Sequachee;
and Whitwell Drug Store, WbitwelL
j2J CANDV OATHABTIO -
iil'ii2it'm"T'lii '' IIimiIiH
Stops the Cough,
and Works Off the Cold.
Laxative Hromo-Quinine Tablets cure
mid in one dav. o cure, xxo i j.
Price 25 cents.
Genuine stamped CCC Never sold in bulk.
Beware of the dealer who trie to sell
"tomethirf ust at good."
VICTORIA.
Special to the News.
Afr Jnhn Westmoreland and lit
tle daughters, llattie and Pauline,
are visiting the family of Ed Brophy
this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Bridgeraan and son,
Frank, called at Ed Brophy Sunday
afternoon
ALBION VIEW.
Special to the News.
r V. Hell and Miss Susie Woodhead
if th rAan for Charleston, South
Caroline.
Rev. McUarny paid the church a vish
Mundav.
Rev. J. J. Coffelt got defeated in the
n.lmirt nlection.
Onorira Smith went to town Saturday.
n.. w H. Simons' home was made
4V v '
I .rl.d with a babv boy who weighs from
t twntv-five oounds. Mr. Simons
can't aleeD nifhts lor rocking his boy
Mr. Ella Smith and Mrs. vine
a:.t. ... Ika frnaata of M rg. E. P. Un-
OUiibU nt .
GUSTAFSON BROS. DIF'G, CO.,
Founders & Machinists,
When needing machinery repairs call on us and save freight from Cbatunooga.
SEQUACHEE, - - , TENM.
MARKET REPORT.
Chattanooga Phices.
Corrected Weokly by Hill & Son
. . . ic j I iia.tunod Sundav
Miss Myrtle liropny spent iuouuy --if--- bag returned
evening with Miss aiinnie ross
Mrs. Jacie Hamilton is improving.
Wonder if Sid Ketner likes cherry
pie
hours,1
Crawford, Va
bv Coldwell
ui ptppfR. Publisher.
I a- HrMr 4.1 tlf klLS,
a. L.iA aw rlnicvtat
n
"TIL
esc: j
aa
Mrs. W. A. Turner, of Sequachee,
was here Monday.
E. B. Anderson and son, James,
called at the postoftice Monday even-
i"g- . . ,
Mrs. Fannie Lawthiuore visited
Mrs. Westmoreland Sunday.
Miss Lucy Lemons called o Miss
Ethel Bridgeman Sunday eveuing.
Mrs, Charlie Kilgore is better.
Misses Myrtle and Maud Lrophy
spent Thursday with Mrs. V. A.
Turner at Sequachee.
Milt Bankin says lemons are sweet
sometimes.
R Cates says that lit will soon
be time for fishing as the dogwood is
in bloom.
John Beech went hunting Satur
day night aud killed a ground squir-
rell.
Bruce Womack said he was the
best what is.
Miss Katie Brophy speot Monday
with Miss Nellie May Ketner.
Jim Alder, of Oak Grove was in
town Saturday. Bluebell.
from Seouachee Valley.
Hlxson King and wife were the guests
n Mr. Hendrix Sunday.
Mr. Henry Witt is closely engaged In
. a. . Viitalnoai
Rev. Theodore King filled his regular
appolntmeut atOakwood Sunday.
Mrs. Helen Sanders, of Chattanooga,
was theiuestol Mr. Andrews ouim-j.
- 1 1 ,. V. , , 1 I o
Corn.
Oats,
Corn meal,
Bran.
Best flour,
Uldes,
Beeswax,
Pink root,
Uay,
Eggs,
Poultry, turkeys,
Irish potatoes, pt;r bu,
Navy boans,
70c
J5C
1.15
$1.45
7Xc.
23c.
10c
()c
12c
8 to tXe
1.30
t 35
WE I AST THE WORLD
And the Rest of Mankind
WALDENS' RJDGE.
Special to the Nows.
M. K. Ilollisler will renniin pss.
tor ot the C. 1'. Church anothei
year.
The Misses King visited Fair-
50c mount Sunday.
John White is vimting bis sister.
Mrs Moreland.
C. I). Elkins leaves tliis week to
accept a posiiion at Naohviile.
Walter Travis has accepted a
position in Lnauanooga
It you want to see Mias uora
Conner mile ak her what hap
pened Sunday afternoon.
T. C. Conner nticndfd the 1'ies-
byleiy at (;li.irlwton.
Henry Witt loiikcd up-toilate
Sunday.
Mrs Ml ll lev IS VlSlUllR Her
nu-lher in Birniingham, Ala.
iioia.
To Know That
Dr. Tictaor's Antiseptic
. . -.L I ....Torirt(T lVn
Will heal wound or burn quicker ana wun i-uu...b
ny remedy known to medical science. A free sample
mailed to any one who will address a postal to
Sherrouse Medicine Co.,
NEW ORLESTS. LA.
B ll Cowlh has cut his hand and
had his hair cut.
M isH A I lie Brown an 1- 11. v.
enjoyed a walk t Mnbl'it Srings
undav. I'ulc.n nrwn mm riuet
T. also
Miss M dlie Siiiiili was seen
win re Sunday.
T. C. Connor attended Sunday
school Su no ay.
f. C. Haltieia is in Liiatiancoga.
'Squire Hitiic d was out on the
ridge this wttk.
All well here Loving Babe.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY.
Takfi Taxalive I'.roiiioQiiiuine Tablets.
All dri.g''it refund the money If it
fails to cfr. K- W. Orovf'e algnature
is un eai'h !' -'-

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