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.": m. ! X - Iff) J!i Cf-A Tho Kind You 2Iavo Always Bought, ami vliuh lias been in uso for over 0 jc-arr-, has fcorno the ni;rimtnro of vti'l liny MiTi'i1 All Coins orfc'ts, Imitations and " JwKt-ns-jjood.' aro but Experiment1; I1;;:t tiii'.o Avilli and endanger tho health of Infants and Chiklien ISxyericnco against Experiments P4 i! 3) v Castoria i". a i:;u-i gorie, Drops and f contains neH!;'r )-i:ii.:.. ??! snln-t'UK'c. lis a.'.vo i i iis j and alleys I.Vvei-is!u:ws. Colic. It relieves Teel'iih: and Fiatulemy. It a -siusliaves the Food, regulates tlu Stomach and I5ewels, giving healthy and natural Bleep. The Children's Panu.cea-Vi.'iic Hot Iter's Friend. CENU1KS tlio Bears The Kind You San Era !se For Over Tr crN ;iur CDpftv. tt rURaAV eTrter?, ne'.v von:i oitv. you have headaches, tongue is stipated, bad taste iu the mouth? not all of these symptoms. your liver. KM any or appetite and spirits Our work has a reputation for houetst and reliable cou Btruction. Every part is in spected and tested. Highest possible vnlue for the prioe charged. Every job warrant ed. Continually adding new features that make our Vehi cles attractive. WemaK-eafiill line of high-grade carriages. Send for catalogue and prices. ALBION BUGQY CO. Wholesale ilfra. ALBION, niCM, f V.. i :i r 9 FRUIT, SIIAhK QUAKTKKS 3 fei iTI M r Built to Wear, Fluished to Please If CEDAR HILL NURSERY & ORCHARD CO., WINCH EST 3,COO,000 Peach Trees. Wo do a general nursery hoinf-SH and yon want and you get what you buy, vi the best varieties of peach, apple For further information and J. Notary filed in Public: Cer U S. Pension Offices. birCO K li I'O.' I) KK ( eirii: tontiruLai-c land poses J I i J-r ox). mined. SEQUACHEE, TENN. Sequachee Water Works. Office: M a Rt!fiie?itH nectioi) i U W. enpply ii m!m 3."( f.( t Ml'V.. i.'M. liliVe 1 111V LAW STATION A , X X 'KIN JLiiiar.il lied. .a vi tr II v SOP 'V ; bcc:i mndo under liis pcr- tiin"viinfi mrtf Ifu InfiltinV- 1 it '.to for Castor Oil, Paro iip;5. It is Pleasant. It ;iir.o nor ofiHT .Narcotic 11 ;j;ai;iiilcc. It destroys Worms If, cures Diarrhoea and Wind. Troubles, euros Constipation ALWAYS. Signature of Iwavs Bought Years. your coated, bad breath, bowels con If is a natural vegetable remedy, containing no mineral or narcotic poisons. It will correct all symptoms, mate your neaun, good. At druggists, 50 cents. in I No. 49 Road Wsgon M AND OKNAMKNTAli TliEES. IIKAO- FO'.i AlVl.E, PKA(JII, PBAU, PLUM AND ClIKJUiY TKKES. Eli, TCNN. 1,500,000 June Buds. sell direct to toe planter. Wo grow what at honest prices. We make a fioecialty and pear, for commercial orchards. wholesale, prion list, address: SHADOW, Winchester, Tenn. liILL tificate of Appointment : K so.ieited lr.m persons de- l';r residence or farming pur pi on House. i l viaji'.i:ci;te f.av all Hie pnvreajes m coo ler S- r"i-..-; 'jijj.al !o any lirot ch.es city. The i t'nr.a (';j,i:lier:ufid Mouutain from epnusra 1..IU? i t JUJ'O HTG l)OW iU'id. cnti tiiri!i.j!i yu letter heads, l.'iil pmiL .iti. nil. Tit i riTllurj .-.Lit us uitd curds. hook wo ux. i ENG. THIRD DISTRICT. .Special to the Nows. Wo bad a nicn time at Sunday school to-day. Tlirro was r.e. (ieo. Rid)je, Robt. VandorgrilT, and Green llolloway wure out with tlioir I)olly l arden and ahoofly on, liisrh heel slippers and black jack shoes, and how sweot they lookud. Tliorw was the following named gi-n- tlomon that joined the Sunday school: W. II. Wnit", with thaU ungodly and cantankerous bitfb collar on, Hardeman and Itryson lirimer, Frank and Will io Clay, and Bee White. Ladies joining wero Sarah Hudson, Maud Yochom, Grace Yochem, and Sallio Pickett and daughters' and a numbers of others. Little Johnny liarkor, of Tatesvillo, was at Sunday school today, and Mr. liarker led in tho sinking. Mr. Barker and Mr. White occupied the front seat.s. Don't say anything about tho bijth col lars they wore, as tbey are the latest. Dr. Beargrass wants to send a uies- sago by way of grapevine telephone to that preat penny royal doctor of Tates villo, J. L. Whito to couio doAn and give him a pood swmt as bo chilled when bo saw in the News that White had bcon called to practice in the coun try. The fact is that Dr. White lives in the country and not in the town, and consequently don't have to be called to the country when ho is already in It, Several of the communications of cor respondents was cut short last week Maybe tbey wero too long and tedious and wearisome, and It was roally proper and right to give them a little cut and a small tip. Boys, if you fail to got your fun and gags all in the News don't get mad, but try again and kind of try to mix them up a little, and by and by it will all come right. You might go too far at times and at others you might not go far enough, but be quiet and don't pop oil your head. You know the power of the tongue has ruined thous ands of men, and several correspondents Tho writer from Hickory Flat re minds me of a qno horse engine. When you put too much steam on it's easy to pop off, and ditch somebody especially itself, lie was very badly mistaken when bo said he saw Bcargrass going down the road in a burry to get home to hang bis meat. How came Beargrass to be in a u urry. Lone Flat was sen tenced to bo bung and Beargrass was appointed the hangman, and he had a rope prepared for the occasion made of beargrass, and the time was up and be was compelled under the law to dis charge his duty. I will now turn the remains over to tho Fairmount under taker. You can save your powdeijwhon You shoot at me for the fall alone will kill you without me having to execute you. The case of Jack Riding vs. Cumber land Telephone Co., was called at :i o' clock Saturday. White and Morrison were attorneys for the plaintilf, and Raulston for the Company. Judgement for plaintiff, 25 and costs. State vs. Elvin Duke, false pretense; case dis missed by prosecutor. Civil action A. D. Thomas vs. Joo Urifflth, judgement against defendent, SI 7 and costs. Case appealed. Mrs. Robt. N. Whito has gone on week's visit to Mrs. A. W. White in Whttwell. Noticed tears in the eyes of W. A White who upon being asked the cause of his grief said it was because be bad to go to Wbitwell and couldn't hear Bro. Angt l preach. About all our citizens went to Whit- well Saturday, lboso who ttidn t go were lonesome. Monday was pt-nsion day, for U. 8, soldiers, and l had to go on with tho boys to Wbitwell, where the vouchers were bxed up, but will return later. lieiirgrass. For Those Who Live On Farms. Dr. Bergin, Pana, Ills., writes: "I have nsed Ballard's Snow Liniment; al ways recommend it to my friends, as I am confident there is no better made. It is a dandy for burns." Those, who live on farms are especially liable to many accidental cuts, burns and bruis es, winch lieal rapidly wbon Mallards Snow Liniment is applied. It should always bo kept in the bouse for cases of emergency. 2.V, 50c and 81.00 at the Sequaohee Supply Store. PRYOR COVE. Special to the Nows. A. P. Ramsay of Victoria, was in the cove last week to see bis mother, w ho has been very ill. Sam Johnson of Sequachee, was on our streets last week. E. U. Haynes visited homo folks Sun day. M. Brown called at J. 11. Haynes Sun day. B. Kussell was tho guest of Mrs. naynes Sunday. W. D. Haynes and W. D. Sbadrick went to Glover's Hill Sunday. J. Hudson and wife of Wbitwell,- vis ited Dave Tate Saturday and Sunday. Miss Mry Ramsay went to Victoria Saturday. J. Ramsay of Inman, was he re Sun day. Miss (luessie Ramsay visited at E. U. Haynes Sunday. We are sorry to learn that Mrs. J. Condra is very hick. Alex Siiadrick of Tracy, went to Chat tanooga this week. Hot Summer Quick Arrest. J. A. (luilodge, of V-rbvna, Ala., was tw.ee in the hospital from a severe rasa of pile causing -' tumors. After doc tors and all remedies failed. Buck len s Arnica Salve quickly arn-ited further inflammation and rurrd bun It con- (uer acbes and kills pain. '.5c at the I I I i Eight cc; what a your. s a pound is woman paid for tw'J.ve pounds of flesh She was thin and weak and paid one dollar for a bottle of Scott's Emulsion, and by tak iivjr regular closes had gained twelve pounds in weight before the bottle was finished. Eight cents a pound is cheap for such valuable ma terial. Some pay more, some less, some get nothing for their money. You get vour money's worth when you buy Scott's Emulsion. ... ... i . . t e wi send you a little free. SCOTT & BOWNK, Chemists, .too, Pearl Street, New York, soc. and ?i.oo; all druggists. AMERICA'S Editorially Fearless. Consistently Republican. News from all of the world; well written, original stories; Answers to queries; articles on Health, the Home, New Books, arid on Work About tho Farm and Garden, The Weekly Inter Ocean Is a member of the Associated Press, the only Western Newspa per receiving tho entire telegraph ic nows service of the N. Y Sun and special cable of the New York World daily reports from over '2,000 special correspondents all over the country. YEA It OTSfK DOLLAR Subscribe for t he Skvuaciiee Vai. u:y Nkws and tho Weekly Inter Ocean one vear, both papers for ONE DOLLAR. 3,000,000 PEACH TREES. THE TENNESSEE WHOLESALE NURSERIES, WINCHESTER, TENN. Exclusive growers of Peach Trees. Juno buds a specialty. No agents trav eling, butse-ll direct to planter at whole sale prices. Absolutely free from all diseases and true to name. Write us for catalogue and prices before placing your order elsewhere. We guarantee our stock to be true to name. Largest peach nursery in tho world. Address, "J. C. HALE. Prop., Winchester, Tenn. OUR SPECIAL CLUBBING OFFER. WE WILL sendTHIS PAPERandthc KNOXVILLE WEEKLY JOURNALS TRIBUNE tT TtHHtSSEtS GMATF3T REPUBLICAN PAPER ON MID IN UVANUflnT J OWC rfTK . ssvjssbs. BOTn vr5?S i.oo. 2 Papers per Week, 1 04 Papers. - HICKORY GROVE, Special to the News. Sunday school is progressing nicely. Bro. Burnett preached here Sunday. Miss Sarah Hudson visited Miss Lill tirason Saturday night. Mrs. Saliii Pickett visited Mrs. Van dorgriff the first of the week. Rev. Eggort and family attended church here Sunday. There was a singing at Mary Yoch em's Sunday aftornoon. Those present were Misses Ethel Grayson, Laura Pow ell, Lucretia and Lula Pickett, Maud and Graca Yociiem, Messrs. Leo Smith, Goo. Ridge, Robert and Goo. Vander griff, Bon Thorp, Green llolloway, Bill Green and Ervin Powell, Jim Grayson, John Yochem. The Misses Yochem visited the Miss es Pickett Sunday. Bro. Eggort will preach hero Sunday morning. Cbas. Ridge and v.ifo visited Miss Sarah I'iclcott Sunday. James Rogers attended church bore Sunday. .las. Grayson was all smiles Sunday. Bryson Brimer called at New Hope Sunday. Misg Sallie Cantrell of Whitwoll, gave us a call Sunday. m n m TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY. Take Laxative BromoQuininoTableis. Ail druggist refund the money if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's bignalure in on each box. oEE.3 i h.is stood the test 25 yers. Avcrago Annual Sales over O23 c?.i a Half Million bottles. Does this record of merit appeal to you? No Cere, No Pay. 50c Enclosed with every bottle is a Tea Cent, package of Grove's Black Root. Liver Fills. HALE'S CKAFEL. Special to the News. T. S Bracken spent Saturday and Sunday in Chattanooga. Miss F.dytbo Cyphers, of Whiteside,; was the admired guest of her cousin , Miss Ida Myers Saturday and unday. 1 Misses Jennie Myers and Clare LavU i visited Sallio Hale Friday. Miss Emma Bracken visited Jennie I Myers Monday. . Miss Minnie White and Dave Halo, of Whiteside, wore calling on frionds here Saturday. John Myers, Sr., went to Whitosidu Saturday. Cora and Cleva Myors visited their aunt, Mrs. M. Cyphers at Lidd's Switch Tuesday. D. M. Ketner, wife and daughter went to Whiteside Saturday. j Nannie Dafron, of Yuan called on I Miss Kdytbo Cypers Friday. J John .Myers, Jr.. was at homo Sunday on a visit. Mrs. Jane Blevin? and Dennis Bry mer aro visiting at So. Pittsburg this week. Misses Odessa and Jennie Morgan called on the Misses Halo's Tuesday. W. H. Halo went to Whiteside Fri day. Laura and Sallie Harris visited Cle va and Cora Myers Sunday. A church festival is the latest talk. A large crowd attended the Leaguo Sunday night. Wonder if Joshua Ketner has regain ed his heart. Ye writer and her best friend wero out riding Sunday. Wonder who gave Cbas. Myers that rose Sunday. Wonder wbon Dennis Brymer is going to bo married. Heard lie has hired our blacksmith to make bis license. Miss Edytho Cyphers attended tho May Carnival at Chattanooga Tuesday. W. D. Brymer went to Whiteside Friday. Frank Halo looked as swent as vine gar Sunday. Misses Ida, Cora and Cleva Myers at tended the Carnival at Chattanooga last Tuesday. Rosobud. A Sure Thing. It is said that nothing is sure except death and taxes, but it. is not altogeth er true. Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption is a sure cure for all lung and throat troubles. Thousands can testify to that. Mrs. C. B. VanMetreof Shepherdtown, W. Va., says ''I bad a severe case of Bronchitis and for a year tried everything 1 heard of, but got no relief. One bottle of Dr. Kings New Discovery then cured me absolutely. It's infalliblo for Croup, Whooping Cougb, Grip, Pneumonia, and Consump tion. Try it. It's guaranteed by Wbit well Drug Co., druggists. Trial bottles free. Regular sizes r0o, 1.00. SEARLES ALA. Special to the Nows. Mr. Nicholson went to Brookwood Sunday. Will Price and Will Mason went to Brookwood Sunday buggy riding. Miss Emma Roborson took dinner with Miss Tina Howard Sunday. Joseph Cain and son, George, went to tho water works Saturday. Virgil l'owull went to Brookwood Sunday. Joe and Geo. Cain went to Brookwood Sunday. The new Baptist Church has boon completed and another church is to be built soon. The Alabama Consolidated Coal and I'ron Co. bavo built six now houses and are going to build twenty-four more right away. Joe Cain went to Brookwood Wednes day. Mr. Wright and wife wont to Brook wood Sunday. Sam Mitchell, Ed Crowder and Bob Pitcbard went to Birmingham Friday. A negro got shot in tho mines last Thursday. - Mrs. Dollie Burgess is going to Petros to visit friends and relatives Saturday. Thos. Burgess has opened up a small mine down here and is going back to l'etros in a few days for bis futuro home. Bed Colvin went to Tuscaloosa Satur dav visitini' borne folks. The mines only ran three q uarlers of I a day 1 riday on account, of flats. J. C. SPRING AILMENTS. There is an aching and tired feeling; the liver, bowels and kidneys become sluggish and inactive, the digestion im paired, with little or no appetite, no ambition for anything, and a feeling that the whole mind and body needs toning up. The trouble is, that during winter, mere nas been an accumulation of waste mattter in tho system. Her- bine will remove it, secure to the secre i"i' hsui i'jii, aim oy it ionic Pimi'i fllllv reHtore t.b waufml ttuunno anil give strength In place of weakness. 5Dc a boltlo at Sequachee Supply Store. Died Near Ketchail. Miss Eflle Dealans, died near Ketch all Saturday. Sbo had boen sick with typhoid fever for some time, but seem- I ed to be improving when death came I suddenly. She was a daughter of Harve j -Deakins. The funeral took place Mun- I y- The News -32 pi-jicre, 5(Jj Grove's Tasteless Chill Toric lT!'1iWfi THE GREf TbotlL.rd's I'.lacU-Dri.iifrbt ban s.iU' l d ,'. tor;' b 1 i ' s for uioroti;'.:i silv vt-ir.;. For the common f.ini- lly iisiii.i lit:;. :.;ich a. constipation, i'ii"vti,v.i. !::.! v!.ls. bowt I com lil:ii,... ilnili .id f-ver. bilious- l-cn(i:;c!-cs oral oilier like ra to. ipla'a.U .U ii.i ot'air lrlieme is It invi.Torr.Us raid rog- li! u.'H li a liver. ;.syi;-t 4 europium, f'bnii!:.:-.! ii.'.ion vt t'.ic 'lidneys, ii a.-; . :'. i e :i mi. . nno in, cm tiiu i i lH.v,i-h..f t m .;ir.ns!:u Lns. it ir .i liv :-co-.!nint, indigestion, i . ,ur s' ':i-;'ii.J clhinifi!. chills, :'; '-;:!a ' rainy, yulinihr, but'k- d:-..-h:;!. !il:i'H;-iiiv;., piles, hard ('.!.; an ' lioi-nc'ie. Fvery ilruff r?i ;t lia.i Tin-.'.; -r.l's Ilia. 'ivadit in.") ci at i a.'':i''"' h ami in niaiii- raota !-.'.. f.r 31.00. Never liccept a u'-!:i;ia.'. Insist on having tho erirael laade hv vho Chattuaooga Ji' ihciiie Coiiipany. 1 bcii vc Thzi'ford's ClntX-Draught li the h. st m;;li. ini crt ccrth. It li ood ( r Br.v nn;l everv 'hlnii. I have a l.iiTiily of tw:!ve chiidrin, and for four years I have kept tbcm on foot I nad u .ir,v w!th no doctor hut ulacx- Draiidit. . J. lllcwarn, U. The Trials of Yomen. The homos of this country arP filled with won. en whose trials uttorly de stroy the joys of ex sieuco. Tbey are the victims of female disorders and thoy ( do not gel relief, and tbey are forced to dr:ig through the weary years without the hope of belterdays. All such should be advised to use a fow bottles of ST. ANDREW'S WINE OF LIFE ROOT. It plants hopo in hopeless hearts, tho seeds of joy in joyless minds, whoso fruition is tho blooms of health on the chock of the perfect woman, to whom the ills of her former existence aro now the real zest of her pleasurable life. Thousands of women all over this land have testified to the truthfulness of this assertion. TONICS FOR WOMEN. Delicate women require a tonic. An iron tonic is pood,, but St. Andrew's Wineoi Life Hoot is bottor. While toning up the system, purifying tho blood and. restoring exhausted nerves, it rcgulatrs any derangements, and strengthens woman in tho most sensi tive part of her organism. Price S1.00 per bottle. Ask your druggist for It. Made only by ANDREWS MFG, CO., Bristol, Tenn. All sickness is caused by disease germs. These perms aro in the air we breathe, in the water we drink, in the food we eat, and our bodies are full of thein. Any disorder of the blood, stomach or bowels, or any bruise or cut on the body will put these perms to work and Bickness and pain follow. To restore health these germs must ba killed. King's Royal dermeteur is A GERM KILLER Taken internally it goes Into the blood and through all the pores in the body, absolutely kill ing the germs ot disease. There Is no other 1. 1 medicine like it, and hence thousands of Itscurea seem almost like miracles. It has thousands ot iudorscments like the following: KILLS GERMS OP MALARIA C'yphfwr, Ark., July 28, W01. 1 Malaria eannot exist where King's Royal Oer nieteur is used. W. A. W aites. CUiiES KIDNEY TROUBLE AND INDIOESTlON Lehmk, Gx., Apr. 4, 1901. King's Koyal Oermeteur has done me moro toed I linn any medicine I ever took in my life for Kidney trouble and indigestion. 1 feel like a new man since taking four bottles. C. J. Wabb. dermeteur is sold everywhere. One Bottle, $1 ; 6 Bottles, $3, or sent direct from the Laboratory. GEORGIA MEDICINE CO., ruRNESVH ie, 0 4 We promptly obtain U. 8. and Foreign 1, a i :nd mcKie.'.t Vetch or photo of iuventicnior f fr'crep.).t on pntentabilitv. 'er free book. HowtoSecureTDHnr IMDVO vrlta 1 'rttontf Rfiii 1 J 1 C 6&iA - 1 g'jrJ',imw F. Thcusawds Saved Dy lib 3 i! This wonderful medicine posi tively cures Consumption, Coughs Colds, Eronchltis, Asthma, Pneu monia, Hay Fever, Pleurisy, La Grippa, Hoarseness, Sore Throat, Croup and Whooping Ccugh. Every bottle cuarantaed. No Cure. No Pay. Prica 50c. &$ I. Trial bottle free. A a. u U to 1 J J' L- i : - ?' J V if i t'.it tinitii J Wbitwell Drugstore.