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liox Suppor Saturday nirht At School House, Given by Literary Society For benefit of the Town Hall Fund. Maj. Thomas II. Hill went to Jasper Friday. E. D. Bropby, of Victoria, was here Monday. Miss Hattie O'Neal visited in Jasper last week. M. T. Pryor left for liattelle, Ala. Tuesday. Meeting of Tost 5::, U. A. It., next Saturday. liob Lee went to Chattanooga Tues day to attend tbc Festival. Alvin Spears, of near Caroline Chap el, visited the Spring Sunday. Miss Emma Gabel visited friends in Jasper Friday and Saturday. Jas. Martin was in town Tnursday to see bis father, Mark Martin, who is very sick. Alvin Spears and Miss Lizzie Majors of Jasper, called at the Blowing Spring Sunday afternoon. John Handle continues in poor health, and though able to get about, is in a very feeble condition. Fred Smith, Basil Barber, Gus Duke and Raleigh Coppinger, of Wbitwell, called at the Spring Sunday. County Court Clerk Jas. Price and cousin, Miss Ellen Price, of Jasper, vis ited the Blowing Spring Sunday. Chas. Kelly and John R. Roberson, of Jasper, enjoyed the society of Sequa chee's fair belles Sunday afternoon. R. II. Lewis, who is now in Nashville, writes the News that he has a good po sition at a handle working plant there. The Rankin House at Dunlap is now under the management of Mrs. M. li la lock & Son, and is an up-to-date hostel ry. C. J. Gustafson came in from Chatta nooga Saturday. On account of Spring Festival their works are closed down tbit week. Mrs. C. II. Davidson and childron, of Revere Mass., who is visiting her fath er near Victoria, visited friends here Monday. George S. Pickett. Co. B, 23rd Infty., and Daniel F. Pickett, Co. E, 4th Reg., and both News readers, are now at Manilla, P. I. FOR CATARRH of the nose, throat, stomach, bowels and more delicato organs, take Hood's ISarsapa-rilla-H is A RADICAL CURE. The Ladies' Aid Society met at the News office Monday evening, and ad journed to meet at same place this ev ening at 7:30 p. m. J. A. White, father of Mrs. II. Kent, was bere a few days last week en route from Plkeville to Chattanooga to take In the Spring Festival. Maj. Joshua Wall and Mrs. Wall, of Sewanee, Tenn., formerly of Kimball, arrived on a visit to tboir daughter, Mrs. D. Hopkins, Saturday. The Misses Crozier went to Wbitwell Friday evening to take in "Ye Singing Skule of Ye Olden Tyme," as announc ed in these columns last week. The grape crop on the side of tbe mountain as usual is looking finely, and an abundant crop will be harvested. As usual this crop is a decided success. "Strength and vigor come of good food, duly digested. 'Force', a ready-to-serve wheat and barley food, adds no burden, but sustains, nourishes, invigorates."' Mr. Andy Tbach and Miss Clara Le land, and Mr. Aleo Patton and Miss Annie Laurie Spears, prominent young people of Jasper, visited tte Blowing Spring Sunday afternoon. Wben you want a pleasant pbyslo try Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab lets. They are easy to take and pleas ant In effect. For f ile by Coldwell & Cbaudoin; Wbitwell Drug Co., Whit well. Go and get Sarah and come to the box upper Saturday night. We don't doubt she likes icecream, and she might surprise you by sending in a box ahead ot time and telling you to bid for it. Strength Comm from well diRPstcil and thoroughly as Klmllated fuml. Hood's Sarsaparilla tonen the dlcentiro organ, and thus builds up the Mrrniftli. If you are irertlnir " run down." begin taking Hood's at once. Mr. Sherd Harris and Miss Sarah Lay and Mr. Ransome Smith and Miss Alice Hamilton, were callers at tbe Spring Sunday, returning to Wbitwell from Ketchall, where they had been to visit sick friend. The South Pittsburg Hustler is lightly off wben it dubs Capt. J. G. Lankester a "good hostler," The Cap tain deals not with horses, but wiib men, and tbe Hustler seems to have got ten tbe meaning of bost and hostler lightly confused. In almost every neighborhood some one bas died from an attack of colic or cholera morbus, often before medicine could be procured or a physician sum moned. A reliable remedy for these diseases should be kept at hand. The rtalr Is too ureal for anyone to tike Chmberlint'i Colic Cholera and Di- arrhoea Remedy has undoubtedly saved the lives of more people and relieved : more pain and suffering than any other ! medicine in use. For sle by Coldwell t Chaudoin; Vbitell Drug Co., Whit- well. ! MALI FUND. The News takes pleasure in in forming the people that the Hall Fund continues to grow, and re portR as follows. Cash on hand $70.00 Previously subscribed... 32.00 Henry Kent 10.00 Chas. Martin 5.00 Wm. HontB 10 00 Box Supper, Literary Society, 20.00 "Subscriber," Sequachee, cash, 5.00 Walter Crozier 810.00 A. Burnett (tabor) 2.00 Ladies Aid Society, 20 00 Capt. Roberson, Jasper, 1 00 C. E. Cunningham, 2 00 Bal funds Sequachee B. B. C. 2.70 G. A. II. lurid: J. G. Lankester, 82.00 W. J. Johnson. 1.00 E. S- Haynes, Dan Pitman, Pallas Dixon, W. A. Pryor, David Pitman, Joseph Green. W. F. Smith. 5 00 100 50 100 .50 .50 50 Geo. II. Wiseman, 50 Morris Shumake, 1 00 T. It. Harris. '50 14.00 Jackson Lee (G A. R. fund). ..100 J. W Crutchrield,... 2 50 Albert Wallace 25 00 Cash 50 W. II. Camp, labor .........5.00 and will also prime building, Lee Lasater, hauling 1 75 G. W. Patton, Chattanooga, cash forG. A. It 100 ThoH. H. Hill.G. A. It. fund. ..2 50 II. E. Tate, So. Pittsburg, 2.50 Ebert Maulin went to Chattanooga Monday. J. S. Deakias went to South Pitts burg yesterday. Malcolm Burnett is reported sick at bis borne this city. M. Martin, who bas been sick, is re ported some better. R. F. Ivey attended singing at Victo ria Sunday afternoon. Miss Carrie Duss, of Pikeville, visited tbe Misses Gabel Tuesday. Miss Agnes Lasater is visiting Mrs. J. W. Graham in South Pittsburg. Tbe Randle family have moved into the house vacated by W. R. Thomas. Rev. J. W. Robertson will preach for the G.A.R at Jasper, Suhday, May 24th. G. Sherman left for points in Alabama Tuesday to secure timber for tbe handle works. W. R. Thomas bas moved into tho Gabel property recently purchased by him. Mrs. E. S. Haynes is visiting ber daughter, Miss Minnie, in Chattanooga who is sick. See change in ad of Dr. N. B. Moore, who now comes bere on second Friday of each month. Miss Hattie O'Neal expects to visit friends at Pleasant Grove Saturday and Sunday. John Ilouts went to Chattanooga Monday to see the Midway and the monkeys. Tbe Chattanooga Festival is not at tracting as large crowds this spring as in previous1 years. Monday was pension day and tbe old soldiers were in town to have their vouchors made out. W. S. Pryor and sister, Mrs. Lasater, have been visiting friends in Chatta nooga during tbe Festival. Gustafson Bros, shipped their water tower to Chattanooga Tuesday, loading it onto two flat cars for the purpose. Miss Elin Gustafson is winning ro nown in Nashville, as a ainger, and the Banner of that city speaks very compli mentary of her work. She recently gave three selections at one concert. P. S. McGuire, tho optician, of Knox ville, Tenn., was in town Friday call ing on his many friends, of whom be bas a bost in this section. If you noed glasses, and want them fitted judicious ly get them from bim, as be is an op tlcian of experience and knows his bus iness. A little girl with a toy wagon, and an excited horse caused a picturesque scene on a principal street luesday ev ening. AJjout eight of tbe handle works employes who were standing up in tbe cart going to move Mr. Thomas' piano, were overbalanced, and reached terra firma in divers strange and eccen tric ways. No one was hurt, either in transit or in landing, und a good luugh soon soothed ruffled feelings. Mr. Joseph Pominville, of Stillwater, Minn., after having spent over $2,000 with the best doctors for stomach trou ble, without reliuf, was advised by his druggist, Mr. Alexander Richard, to try a box of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. He did so and is a well man to-day. If troubled with in digestion, bad taste in the mouth, lack of appetite or constipation, give these Tablets a trial, and you are certain to be moro th;4i pleasi d with the result. For sain at per box by Coldwell A. I Chaudoin; Wbitwell Drug well. Co.. Whit- OAQTOIIIA. Bean tht lM li :s H3" klm. Bo4 BlfMtar .f VVA1CII US GROW. John Thornton, of Sequachee, renews his subscription. WATCH US GROW. J. A. White of Hill Cilv, must have the News. WATCH US GROW. P. F. Ramsay, of Dunlap, will read the News. WATCH US GROW. Arthur Rutlcdge, of Sequachee, oins our crowd. WATCH US GROW. L. It. Lane, Circuit Court Clerk of Jasper, renews his subscription. WATCH US GROW. S C. Byrne, of Jasper, promptly renews his subscription. WATCH US GROW. Miss J. L. Smith, of Mt. Airy, joins the growing procession. WATCH US GROW. A. B. Turner of Herrin, Illinois, now reads the NewH. WATCH US GROW. Chai. Rigby of Wbitwell, prmpt- ly renews. WATCH US GROW. Mrs. Thomas Holcamp, of Wbit well, renews her subscription. WATCH US GROW. R, L. Colson, formerly of Whit- well, now of Rushville, Iud., promptly renews. WATCH US GROW. Burrel Sanders, of Atpontly, now reads the News, WATCH US GROW. "A man living on a farm near here in a short time ago completely doubled up with rheumatism. I banded bim i bottle ot Cbamborlain's Pain Balm and told him to use it freely and If not sat isfied ofter using it he need not pay a cent for it," says C. P. Rayder, of Pat tens Mills, N. Y. "A few days later be walked into tbe store as straight as a string and handed me a dollar saying give me another bottle of Chamber lain's Pain Balm. I want it in tbe house all the time for it cured me.'" For sale by Colewell & Chaudoin; Wbit well Drug Co., Wbitwell. WANTED Several Industrious per sons in each state to travel for house es tablished eleven years and with a large capital, to call upon merchants and agents for successful and profitable line. Permanent engagement Weekly cash salary of $18 and all traveling expenses and hotel bills advanced in cash each week. Experience not essential. Men tion reference, and enclose self-addressed envelop. THE NATIONAL, 334 Dearborn St., Chicago. PARTY. Several of the friends of Miss Agnes Milbrandt surprised ber Tuesday night and an enjoyable evening was spent musical and otherwise. Those present were: Misses. Hattie O'Neal, True Randle, Emma Gabel, Pearl Gabel, Carrie Doss. Louise Hill, Messrs. Walter Randle. Chas. Randle, Tom Randle, W. C. Hill. Miss Mary Jordan, of Whltwell, ar rived here on a visit this morning. A TEXAS WONDER. Hall's Great Discovery. One small bottle of the Texas Won der. Hall's Great Discovery, cures all kidney and bladder troubles, removes (Travel, cures diabetes, weak and lame backs, rheumatism and all irreguiari ties of the kldnevs and bladder in both men and women, regulates bladder trouble in children. If not sold by your druggist, will be sent by mail on re ceipt of $1. One small bottle is two month 8 treatment ana win cure any case above mentioned. Dr. E. W. Hall, sole manufacturer. P. O. Box 629, St. Louis. Mo. Send for testimonial. Sold by all druggists. Read This. Little Rock. Ark.. Dec. 10, 1902. To Dr. E. W. Hall. St. Louis, Mo. Dear Sir: We have been selling your Texas Wonder. Hall's Great Discovery, for years, and recommend It to anyone suflerinir with anv kidnev. bladder and rheumatic trouble as being the best remedy we have ever sold. Yours truly, J. F. DilWDT. G000 REPUBLICAN PAPER. If you wnt (rood Ropubllciin papor, reid the SL Louis tilobp-U'micrt, which will come to you repula-ly twice a wet-k, eiht pir to the issup, (or eiirhtT cenw more added to the sub scription, price of tbe News, or only 81.30. 1 HAPPY HOLLOW. Special to tbe News. Singing is the order of the day. R. C. Pickett and wife visited Miss Sarah Pickett Sunday afternoon. Mrs. John Laymons visited tier mom- er Saturday and Sunday. Charley Ridge called on Ueorge isroi: Sunday. ,.,. Mrs. Nancy Yocbem ana turn. r.mt Pickett visited R. C. Pickett Sunday. Thore have ben some Improvements made in Happy Hollow. U. C. Pickett and Charley Ridge have a new yaru fence. Sunday school at Hickory Grove is progressing nicely, and elected teach ers Sunday, , There was singing at wasn i ickbhh Sunday afternoon. Those present were Misses Maud and Grace Yocnem, Ethel and Lillio Grayson, Lucretia and Lula Pickett: Meusrs. Hob and uoo. vanaer- griir, Geo. Ridge, Ben Thorp, Lee Smith, Hryson Brimer, James Grayson, ireen ilolloway, John Yocliem, anu Lee Grayson. All report a nice time. Miss Lucretia Pickett visited in nap py Hollow Monday. ueorge Urook and Unas, itiuge won bunting Monday. Rev. S. P. Ansrel will preach at Hick ory Grove Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock and everybody should come and hear bim. Mr. Pat Thatch, of Jasper, visited Wash Pickett last week. Mrs. Mary Brock and son went to Wbitwell Saturday. Baby Elephant mnst have been mis taken about Elvin Easterly and Arch Dill coming to the valley to see their bost girls for they have not been seen in the valley for some time. Wild Bill from Bunker's Hill. THANS. Special to tho News. Farmers are .busy planting corn It We has been good weather to work. have bad cool weather for May. Mrs. Mary Bart, of Cartersville, 111., is the guest of her brother, W. S. Mur ray, of Dunlap. She will remain sever al weeks visiting friends and relatives n Tennessee. She gave N. Deakins a pleasant call accompanied by Miss Jane Murray, her neice. We were glad to meet her for she is a nice lady, pleasant and smart. She is a widow. We have no sickness at present. Mrs. Rigsby, Mrs. Al Mansfield, two of Mrs. Rigsby's girls and Miss Ethel Johnson of Mt. Airy, were the guests of N. Deakins Tuesday. We were all loath to see Misses May and Hallie Smith leave. Some of the boys up here were sad to see them go, Girls, come again. J. C. Brown gave us a call the other day. He reports lots of difference bo tween bere and on the mountain. I have not been up to my place to see if my orchard has plenty of fruit. It hardly ever falls having some. Mr. Al Mansfield's mill dam has washed a bole in it so that he can bard ly grind, lie will make a new one as soon as possible. M. E. G. came out alright in the fight and is not hurt at all. My friends did tho spotting at Reader for me. I shall ever thank them for their help. M. E. G, Work Commenced. The work of preparing the fram ing of Town Hall was commenced Saturday by II. Kent and J. A. White, and as fast as li mber ar rives it is being got ready for erect ion. The building will have the largest auditorium of any building in Sequachee, being 32x62 or 17 feet longer and 2 feet wider than Owen Church, the next largest building. If the lumber could be all secured now, there is still time to prepare the building for use on Memorial Day, May 30th, but it is hardly probable it can be gotten ready before July 4th, when the Dramatic Society propose to pre sent a No 1 good play. Latek. The first nail on the new Town Hall was driven by Maj. Thomas II. Hill at 2 o'clock yester day afternoon. 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