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J. R. Ablos wont to Chattanooga Tues
day. Mlsa Grace Thomas went to Jaspor Friday. Our jobolllco Is .'crowded with work this week. A box suppor in aid of the hall is the latest talked of. Seyen feet of coal is reported at Doug lass mines, Dunlap. Arl Duff, of Whltwell, took in the play Saturday night. John R. Roberson, of Jasper, attend ed the play Saturdaytnight. John Houts, a popular young man o this placo, went to Jaspor Saturday. A. S. Gustafson, of Chattanooga, spent Sunday here with his mother nnd sis ters. Mr. R. II. Lewis loft for Nashville Monday morning much to tho regret of bis many friends here. An effort is being mado to roorganizo the Raptist Church in this town when regular meetings will be held. Chalk down Apr. 18 for the ilrst ripe Strawberries in Sequachee. Mrs. W. R Thomas banded us two Duo ones. Miss Emma Houston, of South I'itts burg, Yisited Miss Anna Doakins Satur day and Sunday and took in the play. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Walluco, of Rochester, N. II., arrived hero Friday and left for their home Monday morn ing. Bennett Chastain, of Whitwell, was down to see "Diamonds and Hearu'' Saturday night, and enjoyed it very much. Mrs. Grundy, Tracy City's new paper, seems to be a "right peart" old lady, and is keenly alive to the best interests of her city. Emigration to Tracy City still contin ues, wagons loaded with household ef fects passing here almost daily en routa to that placo. Capt. J. II. Crozier is contemplating erecting a large and commodious barn on bis property south of town known as the Sequachee Stock Farm. Geo. Rogers has sold bis house and lot to W. B. Holloway, of VVbitwell. and will move bis family to near Tracy City where he bas a six-acre place. HOOD'S Sursapawllii is tlio medi cine for impure blood, eruptions, weakness and general debility it " positively and absolutely CURES. Mr. Nowsome and son and Miss El len Newsome, of Kelly's Ferry, spent Sunday in town and attended the dram atic performance Saturday evening. "Jig Every Movement Hurts When you have rheumatism. Muscles are stiff and sore and joints are painful. Hood's Sarsaparilla goes right to the spot In this dis ease, Beutralizes the acidity of the blood and radically cures. Accept no substitute. Of course you encouraged the efforts voir townspeople are making to build a town Hall, by attending the play giv en by the Dramatic Society, Saturday nlgbt. Of course you did, for the peo ple who worked so hard to prepare that play, are the very ones who have al ways been ready nnd willing to assist you In your undertakings.' Tbe best physic: Chamberlain's Stom ach and Liver Tablets. Ensy to take; pleasant in effect. For sale by Cob1- well & Chaudoln and Whitwell I)r Co. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wallace, of Roch ester, N. II., arrived hero Friday. Mr. Walloce is owner of tbe lands of the de funct Sequachee Valley Coal it Iron Company, and is also li vely interested in the Sequachoe Handle Works and Sequachee Supply Store. '"Strength and vigor come of good food, duly digested. 'Force', a ready-to-Berve wheat and barley food, adds no burden, but sustains, nourishes, invig orates.'" Andrew J. Martin has bought the blacksmith shop and house adjoining formerly owned by M. C. Campbell on Tennessee avenue, and has begun work so that we again have a blacksmith shop running and all who know Andy wish him success. Tbe Walden Oil and Gas Company bas beon organized at Elkhart, Ind., to develop the oil resources of Bledsoe County, II. S. Hubbard is president; J. C. Myers, vice president; M. L. Stev enson, secretary; W. VV. Sterling, treasurer; J. D. Bristol, Gen. Manager; V. II. Steward, Field Manager. Owing to a couple of lamps being knocked off their position in front of the Stage during the performance of "Diamonds and Hearts," Saturday night, a panic was nearly caused. Tbe lamp was overturned and the oil run ning out and catching a-flre on tho out side of tbe lamp an explosion seemed eminent, but some quick work passing it through an open window settled the difficulty and "everything was lovely." Several of the children were badly frightened, however. " A disordered stomach may cause no end ol trouble. When tbe stomach (ails to perform its duties the bowels become deranged, tbe liver and kidneys congested causing numerous diseases, the most fatal of which are painless and therefore the more to bo dreaded. The Important thing is to restore the Stomach and liver to a healthy condi tion, and for this purpose no better pre paration can bo used than Chamber lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. For sale by Coldwell A CbauJoin, and Whit well Drug Co, MALI FUND. The News takes pleasure in in forming the people that the Hall Fund continues to grow, and re por'R as follows. Cash on hand.. $70.00 Previously subscribed... 32.00 Henry Kent 10.00 Chas. Martin 5.00 Wm. Ilot-ts ' 1000 Box Supper, Literary Society, 20.00 "Subscriber," Sequachee, cash, 5.00 Walter Crozier S10.00 A. tturnett (labor) 2.00 r.adifn Aid Society 20 00 Capt. Roberson, Jasper, 1 00 U. E. Cunningham, Hal. funds Sequachee is. a. . .u G, A. It. luud.- J. (i. Lanke.4er, 2 00 W.J.Johnson, 100 E. S- Haynes, 5 (X) Dan Pitman, 100 Dallas Dixon, -50 W. A. Pry or, '100 David Pitman, 0 Joseph Green. .50 W. F. Smith. 50 Geo II. Wiseman, 50 Morris Shumake, 1 00 T. It. Harris, -50 14.00 Jackson Lee (G A It. fund)... 100 J. W Ci utehiield, 2 50 Albert Wallace 25 00 Cai 50 La Grippe has tbe ring. Let's have that tannery. Why don't tbe old town boom? 'Blackberry' winter is upon us, and it is decidedly frigid. Arl Duir, of Whitwell, saw tho play Saturday night. II. Kent has been suffering with la grippe this week. Wash Coppinger, of Sweeden's cove, arrived yestorday on a visit to his brothers in Coppinger Cove. Wo are told that when the thunder storm Sunday nlgbt struck the cove Austin Coppinger promptly descended into his cellar, what for is a qnestion yet unanswered. No, Marguerite, tho gentleman who told you the entertainment at the school house Saturday night, wound up with a dance is mistaken. It wound up with an ice cream supper. "MAKES PROPER DIET" T PLEASING, Hi The Mines and Metallurgy forms part of the rast wing of the fan'-' like general ground p'an of the Ex position and is the last building on the south side of the esplanade leading to the group of Govern ment Buildings, which are to stand on a higher level. It will have a rich background of hillside foliage toward the southeast, Considered as part of the general schema, it plays a very unimport ant role in the spcctacu'ar display of tbe Fair and for this reason no attempt has been made to force at tention to it by such means as towtrs. domes, or similar architect ural devices. The outside dimensions are 525x 750 ft. The building is divided into eight oblong parts almost equal in area. The division is ac complished with glass covered and ventilated arcades, from 30 to 50 feet wide, which makes it possible that each one of the eight divisions shall receive abundant light from every side ar.d that no skylights shall be necessary directly over any of the exhibition spaces. At the intersection of the two principal l i lit arcaues wiruugii me nuin axis a colonnaded rotunda is shown with an appropriate monument. The ground ib.or wi.l furnii-h an exhibition p'aca of about 25,000 square let, and about loO.OOO I square feet may be gained by the introduction ofgi'.leries. A tub division of the exhibit ppace into AT si e i e -is m m w r m i . . , Mtt'.Nl'Vt.. jr. '- v- ... 3MMrMCJMc Meq- IHM 1 1 I I A TEXAS WONDEU. Hall's Great DUcoyery. One small bottle of Hall's Great Dis covery cures all kidney and bladder troubles, removes gravel, cures diabetes, seminal emissions, weak and lamo backs, rheumatism and all irregulari ties of Jhe kidneys and bladder in both men and women, regulates bladdor trouble in children. If not sold by your drnggist, will be sent by mail on re ceipt of 51. One small bottle is two month's treatment and will rnrp nnv case abovo mentioned. Dr. E. W. Hall, sole manufacturer, F. O. Box 629, St. Louis, Mo. Send for testimonial. Sold by all druggists. Read This. Clarksville, Tenn., June 6, l'JOl. Dr. E. W. Hall, St. Louis, Mo. Dear Doctor: It is wiih pleasuro that I rec ommend your Texas Wouder for kidney and bladder troubles, as my wife and myself have both used it and experi enced wonderful relief from its use. CHAS. Y. KERRY. WATCH US GROW. Rev. L. D. Coggin, of Whitwell, is a new News reader. WATCH US GROW. David Hicks, of Whitwell, re news his subscription. WATCH US GROW. It. J. White, of Tatesville, promptly renews. WATCH US GItOW. Capt It A. Doss, of the N. C. ct St L. ltd , will read the News here after. W ATCH US GROW. - J. L. Jackson, of Victoria, is ad ded to our list this week. WATCH US GROW. ' W. II. White, of Cedar Springs, renews his subscription. WATCH US GROW. Mrs, N. S. Cowan, of Oiltrough, Arkansas, renews her subscription. WATCH US GROW. M. H. Plummer, of Rocbe-ter, N, H, renews his subscriptior WATCH US GROW. numerous alcoves for each classifi cation is suggested. The walls ol the building are set back from the facade 18 or 20 feet, forming a cov ered loggia which surrounds the entire building. The facade of the Mines and Metallurgy Building may be lik-J anal tn a oAveot-t lnn i n rr ilia etmo' relation to the structure as do the colonnades of the adjoining build ings to their structures- The base of this screen consists of sculptured pane's illustrating in bold relief mining and metallurgical opera tion in symbolical representions, the background to the sculptured figures being of a rough golden col ored glass which will be illumina ted at night and show the figures in silhouette. The figures are more than life size As a building for housing Exposition exhibits it was argued that it should express externally as much friendly dignN ty as would be compatible with its ephemeral character, that it would be incongruous, however, to dis guise its ephemeral character by the garb of lvere and classic forms which we associate with the most lasting architectural monuments of antiquity; and that, furthermore, being a part of tbe greatrst show ever attempted, it undoubtedly should be novel, ttrikiug and full of life. Tha style ol architecture which it represents lias been a source of r much speculation. I I 1 W II. Golston, of Ctdar Springs, renews his subscription. WATCH US GROW. A. P. Ramsay, Sequachve, pays his subscription promptly. WATCH US GROW. Makes a Clean Sweep. There's nothing like doing a thing thoroughly. Of all tho Salves you over heard of, Bucklen's Arnica Salve is tbe best. It sweeps away and cures Burns, Sores, Bruises, Cuts, Boils, L'lcors, Skin Eruptions and l'iles. It's only l."c, and guaranteed to give satisfaction by Whit well Drug Co. ALBION VIEW. Special to tho News. Honry Witt has accepted a position with Dutch Brown hauling tanbark. W. M. Miles sold a fine pair of mules last weok. Mr. and Mrs. Frank. Miles havo a house and lot for salo at a reasonable price. Call and soe them. Pape Woodhead sold old Beck Wed nesday. John Miles still wants boardors. Henry Estill was at Albion View Thursday and ground bis hatchet. Prof. John Shannon was at church Saturday night. We saw some sad lovers last week, but thoy seemed all smiles Saturday night. Rev. J. II. Morgan had a house rais ing Saturday, and was successful e nougb to get his bouse up and the raf ters on it, and lost a lot of good grub. Edna Guess was all smilos Saturday night. C. L. and Frank Miles wore here Sun day. Ask two preachers of this place if they think they can wear out a half dollar. Billio Guess was looking for tho har bor shop Sunday morning. We regretted to read of the death of Rev. A. W. White. Ho was well known in this place, and loved by many. Ho bas done a great work at this place. He sowed good seed and it found rest ing place in honest hearts. We will long remember the last sermon he preached at Oakwood. The text he us ed will be found in 1st John 3rd chap ter and 9th verse. We are sorry to know that be has departed from this life, but glad to believe that he bas gone to his reward. Miss Annie Tallent and others took dinner with E. P. Underwood Sunday, and Miss Annio looked at sweot as a peach. Pleas Thompson and Miss Ella Brown were tbe guests of Miss Mandy Undtr wood Sunday. A certain girl of this place loo'u.-d down-hearted when a young man ta! ' ed of going to the army. "Some have attempted to classic fy it as an example of the "nous veau art," says Mr. Theo. C. Link, the architect of the building, ' but when I noticed an English art crit ic say, in protesting against its in vasion of Great Britain, that this 'nouveau art' is a 'malady, the per nicious virus ol which becomes more acute the farther it travels,' I feel a 6trong personal . solicitude for a properly conducted baptismal ceremony. ' Let us, therefore, name it Se cession Architecture. Perhaps I will have to explain what Seces1 sion Architecture is, if tbe name should not make it quite clear. It means architectural liberty and emancipation with a strong plea for individuality. It is a break ing away from conventionality in design; it is more an architecture of feeling than of formula." Save the Loved Ones ! Mrs. Mary A. Vliet, Newcastle, Colo., writes: "I believe Ballard's Horeuound Syrup is superior to any other cough medicine, and will do all that is claim ed for it. and it is so pleasant to- take. My little girls wants to take it when she bas no need for it. Ballard's Iloro bound Syrup is tbe great cure for all pulmonary ailments. 25c, 50c and 1 at Sequachee Supply Store. .i i.-or'3t stress Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Taiiets. Seven MZlion boies to!4 In post 1 2 months. TLl3 Signature, v. - X 'e poison in tha ytirn & fa :? hi enUira IhrouRh torrnj MLMm follow in ill wake. Kilo i s a r r irf liMdiiches, nervous disorders, fevers, weaknesi, bilious in aitarks, maliria and constipation. Tfirro ia only one COir.phta trvatrgcnl, and hat ia A Ms! lrT anoTONIC PELLETS UK, F'ink Fill touches remove ths bilo, tone Full treatment-25 Week's trr.itment, jlj,. rsr erne LIVERY g FEED STABLE, Good Rigs. fc Gentle Horses. Sober, Careful Drivers. FULL AND COMPLETE LIN E OK Undertakers Supplies, Coffins, Caskets, Burial Robes, &c ALWAYS ON HAND, DAY Oil NIGHT. Headquarters for Long Distance Telephone. J NO. M. LEWIS. JASPEE, TETSTjST. 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