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ztlon ri;iit,iMiiKi at Sequachee, Marion County, Tenn. I K.VKUV TlltJKHHAY. HILL A SON, Emtohh ani I'iiii.ihiikiim . Subscription Price, 50c a Year in Advance. UP ew8 and advertising matter toso cure insertion must bo handed in before 13 o'clock each Wednesday, or It may bo too lato lor publication. Tiik Nkws wili not be responsible for the opinions of its correspondents, nor for signed communications, and nothing will ho considered for publication wbich Is not accompanied by the real name of tbn writer not for publication, but as an evidence of (food faith. lijat In dysrp8la. It iiiakc3 lite nilsTah:;. Us sufterers cat iut because they want to, but simply because tli'-y null, They know thry arc irritable and fretful ; but they cannot bi otherwise. riiey complain of n bud taste In the month, a tenderness at the pit of tho stom ach, nn uneasy feeling of puffy fulness. headache, heartburn and what not. The effectual remedy, proved by perma nent cures of thousands of severe cases, is Hood's Sarsaparilta liwjD'n I'ills art) tho bvot catlinic 1 Ivv TCtwtU gepavtmcnt. GEO. W. LEWIS, Acrent. THURSDAY, Skitkmiikii 4, l'JOa. TWO 1'IUlUJtKS. Ignorance in fatal to prosperity. We might as well expect to live in a swamp una l.ave in an n as to have prosperity wiiiotit education. Ex-Gov. J irvi.-, of North Caroli na. By the roadside in a country community in the South eland two houses i boiit two hundred yards apart Hon. J. J. Dykes was in Tracy last week. E. E. Bull spent a few days last week in Tracy City. Mrs. Tom Choat of Kimball, has been' visiting here. II T. Vaugh and A. B. Mcrntt of Tracy City, were here last week. Charlie Duke, of Chattanooga, was circulating among friends and rela tives here last week. Attention is called to the announce ment of btewart & Alley, who doubtless make some rare offers. Frank Smith of Whitwell, has Col. 0 Tool, who visits our sane- I i, vt diihji l,l lii lu Mini I'l mtiiod rvlu.l luui, cayr. ill 10 ,iaiiiuiiiuiiu i .... . . r bVad, that theie aint any of them ' One is a lare house forty-five automobiles around here." feet wide and mors, than fifly feet J. A. Harris is in Chattanooga. IJ. L. Arlcdge was in Dunla-p Mon day. J. H. Xorthcut was in Jasper Monday. D. T. Thach, of Jasper, was here Wednesday. Mrs. Burnett and daughter, of Se quachee, speut Sunday here. Capt. G. II Cro.ier, of South I'ittsburg, spent Monday night here. Dr. V. 11. Mcllee, formerly of this place, now of Soddy, is visiting friends here. long. It h.is two double doors and ten large windows. It is strongly built and h.is some architectural beauty. 'l ho outride is well paint- It would bo money in your pock et to set out a 5-ncre vineyard on the mountain side or tap this fall. pews, an; can lie comfortably heat ed. There is a neat pu pit, consist' ing of platform, chiirs and nadiug desk. Inside and out the house is clean The iUnr is a rniail house about sixteen ft et wide and twenty leet long. It has one sin, ill door and three very suml! windows; one of the windows has lost a pane of glass, and the hole is stopped with a piece of rough, iusty sheet iron, gainst which a stick of wood leans to hold it in place. It is not strong, nor baa it any more beauty about it than the ordinary pigpen or rtnokehouse. The unpaiuted weatlierboarding is placed vertical and the joints are more or less open I Here is no leilinu on the walls or "evtrhead. The hard, irregular, clumsy, scarred and broken seals are arranged in a hollow square The Georgia peach is proving a igger monev raiser than its cotton crop. Petty at this place. Tracy City News. Says the Tracy City News: G. W. Lewis, Esq., Whitwell correspondent of the Sequachce Valley News, is in town. Rev. S. G. Frazier of Chattanooga, A proper admixture of thinking and doing is what makes the suo cessful man. l 111, llihiilf Ituw )it lii.! if-'il fi.-ilincr It has substantial, comfortable bigger mo,,ev f'"' SUlc will conduct the Presbytery ofthe C P. Church here Sept. 15-19, and will hold a revival the following week. We regret to learn of the discon tinuance of the lodge of Rebeccas at Whitwell. It has been a leading factor in the lodge work of the toivn. Chas. Ashburn, superintendent of the Whitwell division of the T. C, I. & II. II. Co , visited his brother, E. A. Ashburn, last week, 'who has been quite sick. Tracy City News. Rev. C. II. Porter and family have returned from a visit to ic toria and Whitwell, Tenn., where Rev. Porter held a successful revival. Orchard Knoll cor. Times Last week we called on Rev. E. G. II. Pryor, who is still confined to his home, but with the assistance ot crutches is able to move about a lit tle. This makes some ten weeks TENNESSEE NEWS. Governor McMillin issued a labor day proclamation, Water for fire protection will be put in at La Follette. Four rural mail routes were ordered out of Adamsvillo. Tobacco in the Greenville district is better than expected. iinv. "Hob" Tavlor will lecture at Chucky City tonight. A state fair at r.asbville has pros pects of a certainty, Theodore Knocb, a well known artist at NuBhvillo, is dead. Alfred Austell received the first au tomobile to reach Bristol. Lawrence county farmers who put out Chattanooga Kam's Horn Buntings. The man who thinks leads the crowd. A teacher is not a taskmaster. Good things are always given bad men. Some men are born with the brakes set. The vision isonlv for the seeing heart. Heroes never see themselves in the glass. Louies never illumine until it is on fire with love. Culture is not character but character is culture. There is no sins that a man may keep to himself. When a man is his own god he is other people's devil. Some men march to hell to the time of heavenly tunes. The heart within to resist evil is better than a fence without. You cannot c&tiinato a man's message by his mouth. An iron kev may open a golden door. Constipation Riliousness. anil Bad Complexions . are cdrtain to rr.ult. Then -) -I ' Kwp the ytem in Rood orur by inking 15 ATOM'S MZRPIUS . . . 1.1. . . 1 1 lMA . -..j i.. ....J . I .l.oMtH.n an,'. la'-ll win rk. I'-.inon i-i" Yin r.smnlr ana 1 the rose Tor.lc Pc HfOV .1. is, or n- OWN ei''n New Yj:V ii J QrcencH. DEALER IN Rough and Dressed Lumber, Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Jambs, Base, Casings and Mouldings. Always in the market for rough lumber and logs CORKESPONDENCK SOLICITED. ORDERS 1'llOMPTLY FILLED around a bosstove in the middle of tobacco this year are pleased with tbe that Mr. Pryor has been ill, and it ihe room. There are no chairs, platform or blackboards. n in oows, wall and floor are all dirty. One el there is the church house in nhiih a portion of the peop e of tliat eominunity, those nl a .partic ular religious Denomination, meet comfortably for instruction and worsnip mi iiuur or., two ome or twice a month. The second is the school house in which the child ran of all the white people of the community are crowded and jam med, frozen and baked and smok ed, six full hours a day through the entire school term, or to much of it as they can stand to attend. The church is all right, and no one will complain that it has cost money or wish that it were one experiment. Tbe Rockwood carnival will bo bold the first week in October. A white oak tree sevn feut in diam. etcr was cut near Dresdu-i J . A. Branson is the new yolmaster at l'okeborry, Sevier county. Mot since tho drouth of '81 has snakes been so numerous iit Tuliahoroa. Bristol was partly quarantined against Wise county, Va., on account of smallpox. J. V. N. Burkott, ot tha Jackson Dls, patch, gave bis correspondents a ban quet. Chinee bugs are reported as destroy ing hundreds of dollars worth of millet near Lewisburg, Mrs. Nettie McCormick, of Chicago, will nav for a teacher of domestic has proved very burdensome to a man of his activity. whit less commodious, sightly or 8Cit.nc0 at Tusculum College. comlortable. But that the school u0t Kistler, of Pulaski, recently house should be the miserable. nitl0,hed a irame of ball in which be . , f i " cneap, ugiy, cramped, uncomiori- struck out twenty mon. able pen that it is, is all wrong. The National Association of Window Can He who placed such value on Trimmers will meet at Nashvillo next childhood be pleased with the con- August 4, for four days, irat in these two temples one lor james H.C,Duff, surveyor for Lincoln the parents and the other lor the oounty, fell from bis buggy noar Fay cnnuren; tun ine worsnip in ine cltoviile, and was killed. one be m sprnt and in truth Joseph Jones, a brother of Rev. Sam WDUe there is no greater care lor JonesJ, i8 billed to start a series of meet- tbe wel are and comfort ot th children in the other: Ings at Madisonville, Sept. 14 Squire J. F. Gregory, of Union City, Such pictures are not rare in the marriod Charles Criss, of Missouri, and Saturday nigbt. HIXON STATION. j Special to tho News. Henry Davidson was seriously Injured by tho the running away of a horse yesterday. The young poople nave organized a prayer meeting at tbis place. Misses ousie i oits, v ina tv auo auu Ethel llamil and Messrs. Leon liogors. Emmett Dent, and Frank Carroll were the guests of Nettie and Tressie Ilamill Sunday aftornoon. Miss Oertio Rogers was the guest of Miss Nancy Roberts Sunday. Leon Rogers bought a silver purse to present it to his best girl as a birthday present, but alas, sne baa gono norm. Miss Emma Rogers left yesterday for Ohio, where sho makes an extendod vis- It. A certain young man of this place has let his hair grow out throe feet, and looks very sad. Wondor what is wrong. Three young laaios on account oi their beauty have "advertised." Mrs. Walker, wife of frof waiKer, is boarding at U. S. Brown's. The M. K. revival wnicb nas Doen in progress for tho past week, closed Tues day nigbt with glorious success. A literary society was organized &at uiday nieht with tbe following officers installed: Prof. Walker, president; Leon Rogers, vioo president', Nettie liamill, secretary; Vina Wade, Critic. Quite a number from tbis placo at tended the conoert at Miller's Urove Stops the Cough, and Works Off the Cold. Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets cure a cold in one day. No Cure, No Pay. Price 25 cents. SUNNYSIDE, TENN. Sequachee Water Works. Office: -Marion House. Residents of Sequachee have all the privilege in con nection with Water Serviceb; equal to any first class city The supply is taken from Cumberland Mountain from springs 350 feet elevation. Three miles of pipe Hre now laid. southern btiues, nor arc they con lined lo the counirv distric's fcjoutnern Educational Notes Mi.m Louie Keuck. in a furniture store then sold them a complete house keeping outfit. Mrs. Elliot of Chattanooga, is visit ing bore this wrok. Sirs. Alice Clay of Birmingham, Ala., is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vandergrin. Tills department is conducted by Mr. Edwin Hudson, who will receive and re ceipt for subscriptions for tho Nkws or renewals thereof. Misses Lizzie Easterly and Maggie Baker and Mr. Lee Easterly spent Sun day in Whitwell. - Miss Ella Layne visited Misses Lu cretia and Lula Pickett Sunday. Wonder how the squirrels are getting along. Henry Peacock visited E. II. Hudson the first of the week. Sara Hackworth is still working at his saw mill near here but cannot do much on account of the water being so low. Jackson Brimer was in this vicinity Sunday. B. W. Condra, wife and children visit ed J. M. Rogers Sunday. Leo Easterly and ye writer tried their luck "pearling" in the Sequachce river Saturday. Sam (.irayson, wife and children visit ed 1!. II. Hudson Sunday. Miss Maggie Baker returned to Chat nooga Monday after visiting here two weeks. Barton Powell is working with the telephone crew on tbo mountain clear ing the right of way. W. II. Layne took dinner at Mr. Rog ers Sunday. A crowd of young people enjoyed a singing at Mr. Barber's Sunday. Misses Ida Pickett and Edith Hudson visited Miss Belle Rogers Sunday. Quito a number of gypsies passed through bere last week and made some $28-s Ml ' Jjj WftPay IgfiSSI Freight Hj ; Wl Ideal Hay-Press Is the simplest, strongest most powerful haud Press mode. It is built of the best grade of hmd-wood lumber, firmly bolted together and strongly braced. Kor baling Hay, 8traw, Cotton, Shredded Corn.Tobacco, Moss and similar coarse material it has no equal. The IDEAL PRESS will more than pay for itself in one season, be cmisetwo men constitute a full working force; Tfle work can be done at odd times ; It makes it Fossible to store coarsematerial in limited space; l enables the farmer to save every particle of such material with absolutely no outlay. Des criptive catalogue free. AGENTS WANTED REED MFG. CO., Kalamazoo, Mich. Ouk puhlic echo l aysti tn needs eome . remedying io one icsjiect jsurelv. The number of tchools are too large for the attendance. It is surprising to note that of (J, 056 county kcIiooIb lor whites, 2, ((558 of thein fall btfow the legal re quired average attendance of 20 pupils to the school. Quality, not quantity, is what we want in our public school system I would rather have one good school five miles from uiy door than to hae five indifferent schools within hundred vimls (Jov. A. J. Mont ague of Virginia. Black. eyed Beauty. Young Plants The Tracy City News advocates the c'ohing up of tho school houses when not in use. but exceedingly l.unl to execute, The niuiple act of locking op is easy to do, but to ketp the condition the name is the rub. ( are should be taken of public school properly, ttnd every good citizen shoo d con stitute himself a conunittte of one to pi e that it is pmter-ie 1. Deafness Cannot be Cured day. . by local application as tbey cannot reach the diseased portion oi me ear. There is only one way to cure deafness, and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness Is causod by an inflamed con, dition of the mucous lining of the Eus tachian Tube. When this tube gets in H..nA ,m l.iua n rnmnlifllT Hnil nd (if lldllinu U VI IJ .a u ... u. .... i . imperfect bearing, and when it is en- Lvery farmer knOWS that tireiy closed aeainess is meresuii., uu cnmf nhnrs it row hottpr than th inflammation ean be taken SOme pianiis P1UW Ut-lltr llldn out and this tube restored to its normal others. Soil may be the Same l : t : i. ,,..., mill Ko toalrnvoil I ribe ca e Kout of seed may seem the same ed by catarrh, which is nothing but an Somc plants are Weak and inflamed condition of tbe mucous sur- . 4 f;li!es. We will give Ono Hundred Dollars for anv easo of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. K J. CHENEY CO., Toledo, U. Sold by Druggists, 75c Hall's Family Tills are the best. Cutting corn stalks is tbe order of tho j of the horse swoppers wish thoy had WANTED A trustworthy gentleman I..tiv ..r.,.,1 I.! orladvineacb county to manage bust . iv j fcv... .vjvci - Q,hli.ho,1 hnnoa of H.,1- il Hnancinl standinir. A straiebt. bona fide weekly salary of 118.00 paid by check each Wednesday with all expen ses direct from headuuarters. Money advanced for vxpecscs. Manager, 310 Caxton Bldg., Chicago. The problem is not to get educa lion out of nolitus so much as to g't education into the politions. others strong, And that's the way with children. They are like young plants. Same food, same home, same care but some grow big and strong while others stay small and weak. Scott's Emulsion offers an asy way out of the difficulty. Jhild weakness often means tirvation. not because of lack f food, but because the food 'ocs not feed. Scott's Kmulsion really feeds pulled id gives the child growing j pipes. taken a seat in tho back door until tbey passed. Several from this place attendod the sale at Geo. W. l'ickctt's place last week. Ask lloscoe how he likes for a girl to tell him "No." If all signs bold out wedding bolls will ring some time in tho future. Can't tell how long. Dry in Missouri "The weather has bten so hot in this county," wails a Miesouii pa per, "that livery men have had to stand their horses in water an hour e ich day ts keep their shoes fropi coming off, and wagons are going aroutid with their tongues out. The catfish kicks up such a dust n the bed of the Gasconade river that it bus to besprinkled before you can go fishing. A spark from an en trine ?et the big raikoad pond on fire and burned up a wagonload of bullfrogs. 1 he ground is bo hard and dry that that the crawhsh holes in the low places are being up and shipped lor gas i re n tit n McKwen want a county high school located, nut we are waging a new hat that no f 17,' 111,1 building will 1 oilV-rtd free for (he puriM.se. i woe done in this txunty. u natevcr the cause oi weak-; wlia, Yoa Ar(l Takln 8rtny . ! When vou take Grove's TastoleM :ilss and failure to iri)tt s I lini sion seems to tinu Chill Tonic becaus tho formula is Thi iicnutur In on frerjr box of tb genuine Laxative l5romoOuimne Tbieu U rented or Uukt vara eM la M it and set the matter light. Srnl fr fr.-r implr e. .... 1. .. . K . - . Curl si KrwVivk yjcaaJ Ji'ou;lidni.'uu. . Ty. I rlainlv printed on every bottle show ing that that it is simply Iron and tjiii nine in a tasteless form. No Cure, No THOMAS B. HILL. Notary Public: Certificate of Appointment filed in U S. Pension Offices. CORRESPONDENCE solicited from persona de siring to purchase land for residence or farming pur poses TITLES exi mined. SEQUACHEE, TENN. FOR SALE OR LEASE. FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOP PLANT, complete ly equipped lor immediate use. lias beeu doing a very BueceBg tul business tor a number of years, Apply to Gustafson Bros.'. lUfp. Co., Sequachee, Tenn., and Chattanooga, Tenn. 00,000 FRUIT, SHADE AND ORNAMENTAL TREES, PLANTS, ETC., OFFERED FOR SALE DY . . : . . CEDAR HILL NURSERY k ORCHARD CO., WINCHESTER, TENN. Wo do a general nursery business and sell direct to tbe planter. Wo grow what you want and you fret what you buy, at honest prices. We make a specialty of the best varieties of peach, apple and pear, for commercial orchards. For further information and wholesale price list, address: J. W. SHADOW, Winchester, Tenn. Department Catalogues showing what we can offer in the various schools of GRANT UNIVERSITY are now ready. Liberal Arts, September 10, ' School of Law, October 8, School of Medicine, October 8, School of Theology, October 8. We are now arranging our mailing list, and as you will want to learn about our advantages, fa Tor us with your address on a postal card. Can not tell you bore morn than this, that with our rorps of Instructors we ran safely guide a young person from decimal fractions to Integral cal culus. "More than this," would also Include all Ui Ntudies that enter Into a liberal education. In addition to the regular college training, we offer instruction in nicdicini', law and theology. Write Rev. JOHN II. RACE, A.M..D.D., ATHENS an! CHATTANOOGA, TENN.