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rrin.isiiKK at Sequachec, Marion County, Tonn. kvkiiy t:h i:hdav. HILL A. SON, Kin ions ami Prr.u.siu:i;.s Subscription Price, 50c a Year in Advance. t3T Sews and advertising matter to so curo Insertion must bo handed in before 13 o'clock each Wednesday, or it may be too late or publication. Tiik Nkws will not be responsible for the opinions of its correspondents, nor for signnd communication, and nothing will be considered for publication which In not accompanied by the real name of the writer not for publication, but as an evidonce of good faith. THURSDAY, May 14. ions GiiAND VIEW. 8pecial to the News. Everything is quiet now ayd the car nival is a thing of the past. . Waldon's Ridrn pot secontt prize on the float. Tbe ridge was well represented in town Wednesday. Mrs. Martha and Miss Lizzio Ridge of Hicks Chapel, visited relatives bero last week. Iliram Ridge, Graves Janeway, Lewis and Henry VandergrilT, Robert Ridge, took in tbo Flower Parado. Jim Grayson of Hill City, was in town Wednesday. Misses Ida, Cora and Clona Myers at tended the carnival at Chattanooga, Tuesday, and upon being questioned by ye writer as to whether Joshua Ketncr bad regained bis heart or not, ' they. laid that he had not, and that bis case looked hopeless. Will some one inform me through the old reliablo what has become of Jim Uoarwiok of Hickory Grove. Passed through Albion View last week and saw old Five Dollars sitting on a fence, but ho didn't havo "In God we trust" on him, so ho must be a counterfeit and won't do on land or wa ter. We would like to hear from Hick's Cbapel and llubbling Springs and also Lick Skillet. There is a certain boy over here that keeps talking of New Hope. Guess there is a girl over there that he is struck on. Noticed in the Cincinnati Post that Wm. Urock was going to till the soil, Hiram Ridge killed a line duck on Lake liurton last week. When any are in need of a bouse built they just call on J. L Janeway, and they can move into it in a few days as be is the champion contractor. Fred Yochem passed through Sunday morning en route to East Lake. Miss Lillie Holloway, of Loonoy's Creek, is visiting her father, J. R. llol loway, of Chickamauga. See that Boargrass is rapidly gaining ground. 'Rah for him. Was that II nrytWitt that carried the old bog rifle with the Waldun's Rtdgo float. Duck. ALBION VIEW, Special to the News. J. be Waldcn s ridge lloat was a sue. cess and they got a prizn of twenty dol lars. C. W. Andrews and family visited Chickamauga Park Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. 15. 1. :l ritter and two little boys, of Chattanooga, visited the ridge Sunday. Mr. A. W. Simons and family visited W. II. Simons Saturday night and Sun day. There was a hot time at a certain Sunday school near here Sunday. The people became confused and there was great excitement. Ono teacher broke down a seat, and resigned. The super intendont did likewise, and said be was no more their leader We are of tbo opinion that a treatment with Dofech it 8 Love Powders would bo tbe proper caper. A certain lady has lost three dollars and has put out a reward of '-! 'J-ri for it. Arthur Brown and Miss Lille Lusk were out buggy riding Sunday. C. L. Miles has been troubled with rheumatism, but is now better. J. M. Lusk, A. M. Simmons, E. P. Underwood, Billte Shannon, Killie Guess and J. 11. Morgan took a hunt the other day, but did not get any frame. " CAROLINE CHAPEL. Special to the News. Rev. Bowlin filled bis regular ap pointment bore Sunday. Mrs. Travis returned to her homo in Chattanooga last week. We are glad to know that Mrs. .1. H. Spears is improving. Sam Kilgore and brother, Joe, of Et na, visited at I). M. Griffith's Sunday. John Spanglcr visited at 1). M. Grif fith's Sunday. Geo. Knox is visiting in this vicin lty. Rev.' I. X. Knox, ofthisplaco, preach ed at Cnion Grove, Sunday evo. Oscar Spangler and brother, Walter, visited at I). M. Griffith's Sunday. Rev. a. P. Angel will begin a pro tracted meeting hero Sunday, so let ov erybody come. Several of the Mistral Springs boys attended church here Sunday. Misses Ava Lewis and Bertha Vin- tant attended church l.ero Sunday. Miss Anna Lewis looked louosomo Sunday. MissSallie Moore vitiieJ Miss P.ir tba Vinant Sunday. Henry Barrett ani wifo v. sued at In man Sunday. Rosebud. Eczema How it reddens the skin, itched, oozes, dries and scales! home jieople call it tetter, milk crust or salt rheum. The sufferlnc from it is sometimes In tense; local applications are resorted to they mitigate, hut cannot cure. It proceeds from humors tnlieriteu or ac quired and persists until these have been removed. Hood's Sarsaparilla positively removes them, lias rnuicuny and permanently cured the worst cases, and Is without un equal lor uu cuiuneous eruptions. Uoou'b l'lLLb uru the bent vttlbartic. Ptlcei'iceuU ODDS and ENDS. In Croquet. "I'm dead on you," They say In croquet; Hut sometimes they mean A dilferent theme When they say "I dead on you," in croquet. T Society Note. Wonder if Jim Andrews knows who the follow was that followed him all day Sunday with an open knife. Ilell- ville lleviow. At Close of Day. Softly stealing o'er the meadows Evening shadows close the day, Creeping darkly o'er the brightness, Cov'ring up each sunny ray. Palely white the river flowing Glides along in constant tide, In each swirling ripple bearing Guerdon from the mountain sido. Fleecy clouds are bright in splendor, Though each tint more tender grow ing, Tints that seek a place on earth, Painted in tbo river's flowing. Mystic seem the shadows distant, Hearing dreamy calm, Land of rest and pleasant visions Moments full of balm, When the sotting sun in splendor Yields to shadows cool and eray, When each moment swiftly flying Marks a moment less of day. ADELBERT. How's This? Wo offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured bv Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props., Toledo, Ohio. We, tbe undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last fifteen years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions, ana nnanciany able to carry out any obligation made by their tlrm. W kst & Tkuav, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio. Wai.hkn. Ki.vna.v & Makvin, Whole sale druggists, Toledo, Ohio. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internal ly, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfacos of tbe system, trice i5o per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Testimonials free. Hall's Family Pills aro the bost LET. Special to the News. Mr. and Mrs. Ceo. Summers visited Mrs. Rankin of Let Saturday and Sun day. Miss Sarah Sullivan is vory ill. A large crowd attendod Sunday school at Bethel Sunday. ' Geo. Faull is in Atpontly again stop ping at J. B. Lavan's. Miss Belle Turner spent Sunday with Uallie Sullivan. Mrs. Nola Turner was the guest of Mrs Garwood Thursday. Miss Turner was calling on Mrs Lamb Tuesday. Ask Bax bow he likes to go with the girls and how bad it scared him. Mrs. Lavan is on the puny list. Mrs. Sullivan is much improved. Mrs. Lavan was calling on Mrs. Tom Story Saturday. Miss Celia Sullivan, of Dunlap is vis' iting ber sister who is sick. Ask II all io Sullivan who sent her that present Sunday evo. Laura Lavan was calling on tbe Mis ses Boyds one day last week. W. II. Finley returned from an ex tended visit Monday night. Pat is very funny lately. Wonder why. llallie Sullivan, Laura and Ellen Lc- van were calling on Miss Sarah Sullivan Monday night. Mr. Standifor was visitiug his sister, Mrs. Lamb Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. J. B. Lavan was the guest of Mrs. Campbell Wednesday. Mrs. J. B. Lavan was tbe guest of Mrs. Campbell Vednesday. Ask Emily Lee bow she liked tbe entertainment Saturday night. Wonder why the boys did not have that debate Wednesday. Geo. Summers is entertaining Atpont ly with bis phonograph. llallie Sullivan was all smiles Sun day. Sail. Made Yonng Again, "One of Dr. King's New Life Pills each night for to weeks has put me in my 'teens' again" writes I). II. Turner, of Hempseytown, Pa. They're tho best in the world for Stomach, Liver and Bowels. Purely vegetable. Never gripe. Only '.'5c at the Wbitwell L)rug Co. Head the News 50o a year. iilLfcliifci! Lu.ii Ail Itil Ulli. Boa ( ..uo e;rup. 1 aKim (...!. Cm ti:MI..'.liHM Vhitit ell gqiavtnicnt. GEO. W. LEWIS A tent. J. J. Dykes new barn is nearing completion. Geo. W. Lewis is collecting back taxes in this district. Lafayette Hudson moved back from Dunlap last week. Dr. J. L. Shirley made a business trip to Ooltawa last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Myers, of Dun lap, were in the city last week. Miss Emma Harris, of Sulphur Spring was in the city Sunday. Porn to Mr. and Mrs. Lon Rogers on Wednesday night of last week, a g'l- Henry Andrcirg, of Tracy City, was in the city W eduesday of last week. J. Q. Ketner went te Pikcville Thursday to look after his store in terests there. T. N. Graham had a severe spell of sickness last week but he is im- i proving at this time. J. J. Dykes is building a fine barn or livery stable on his lot near Dr. L. L. Janeway's office. J. N. Xorthcut who was confined with a severe attac k of sickness last eek is able to be out again. Mrs. Geo. S. Smith and her daugh ter, Mrs. Ilargis, of Sequachee coun ty, were in the city Saturday visit ing relatives. Not near bo many went from here and other parts of the valley to the flower show at Chattanooga as on former occasions. Work on Col. E. E. Bull's house ,TTI 1 .. is progressing, w nen (tone it win be one of the costliest and most com modious houses in the city. J. W.Morrison and D. T. Layne election commissioners, went to Jas per Monday to canvass the polls of the municipal election of South Pit tsburg. A. P. Lamb is one of our most en terprising citizens, and is continually , . . . i . maKinsj lniiiioveiiieiuH to ins iiiuua- T, , i ly. lie set out a mmiuer oi line p. pie and pear trees this spring. T? T,.o V, VQt;r,ol flrrron. ! izer for tbe United Mine Workers of America, and J. F. Bowden, Presi dent of District 19 are in the city taking a little rest after performing the arduous duties of their respective offices for the last several months at different points. Pres. Bowden re ports everything as progressing fair ly. Kev. Vasey was served with an injunction in upper East Tennessee. A sociable was given last Monday night at Victoria to the young folks by Mr. and Mrs. 15. F. Brigeman which was a brilliant and enjoyable affair. Those present from here were Misses Lillie Barber, Maud Chastain, Alverna Miller, Lora Smith, Luella Bull, Ella Grayson, Lula Grayson, Electa Grayson Alva Grayson, Lucy Ashburn, Ellen Donaldson and Mes srs. Chas. Price, J. R. Morgan, Mil ton Pryor, O. M. Monroe, Irvin Grayson, J. B. Ilavron, 8. B. Wilson, Sam Pryor and Clarence Grayson. Furnishings Furnished. When you buy a tie, or a collar, or a pair of cuffs, you want low prices, style, durability, and comfort, don't your? Sometimes you get it, and sometimes you don't. It depends on where you buy. , Don't judge all stores by the Dlace where vnn don't eet what vou want. Some stores must offer better advan tages than the others. The thing to do is to find that store. Start bero. .It may save you a journey. Silver Shirts, - - 81.00 Anchor Shirts, - - .10c Neckwear, - ti.lc and aOc 8 West Ptu St., .. There were no law suits in our Justice court Saturday. D. T.L.ijne and Dr. N. V. Moore went to Jasper Monday. P. II. Jackson, from near Victoria, was in the city Saturday. Kev. Mr. Maddox went to Daus Saturday to hold meeting. W. C. Hill, of the Sequaehee News was in the city Friday. Hev. R. J. Moore went to Sewanee Saturday to his regular appointment. lour duty to your children de mands that you work for the success of the school building. Mr. Lanier, ot South Pittsburg, land agent for the T. C. I. & It. K. Co., was in the city Monday night. Rev. L. I). Coggin preached last Sunday at the M. E. Church, south, to a large and attentive audience and also at night. Mrs. Gathier, of Tracy City, wad in the city from Wednesday of last week until Tuesday of this week visiting her aunt, Mrs. Sam Hall. Some of our fishermen are meet ing with good luck while others who allowed someonft to step on their fishing holes are not doing any good. SHIRLEYTON. Special to the News. The Sunday school, at Bed Hill is progressing nicely. We now have 65 enrolled. Miss Sarah Price has been very sick for several days, but is now better. Mrs. J. B. Andes returned, Monday from Chattanooga whore she has been visiting ber sister, Mrs. James Brooks. Miss Millie Moore of Cedar Springs, visited ;Mrs. R. J. Moore Saturday nigbt. ThomDSon Andes, after spending a few days in Chattanooga and Clevoland returned Monday. Rov. Androw Price, of Lebanon, Tonn., came in to see his mother TuoS' day evening. Brown Condra and Lacy Daniel, of Cedar Springs, were in this vicinity Sunday evening. The must bo some attraction at Red Hill. a crowd oi young touts went to see - , , lhe gypsies Sunday evening and bad thel(, forUinea tolJ, Abner and Lydia Shirley and Robert White attended the Festival at Cbatta- nooga Tuesday and Wednesday. Miss Belle Childress visited Miss Ef fio Andes Sunday. If you want to see T. A. Andes smile just ask him when be is going back to McPherson, Tenn. We think there must bo some attritions there for Thorn ps. Miss llallie and Myrtle Ilackwortb, of Cedar Spring, visited Misses Lecta and ElTle Andes Saturday and Sunday Cures When Doctors Fail. Mrs. Frank Chlasson, Patterson, La., writes Juno 8th, l'.lOl: "I had malaria fever in vory bad form, was under treat ment by doctors, but as soon as I stop ped taking their medicine, the fever would return. I used a sample bottle of llerbino, found it helped me. Then bought two bottles, which completely cured me. I feel grateful to you for furnishing such a splendid medicine, and can honestly recommend it to those suffering from malaria, as it will surely cure them. llerbine, i0c Dottle at ae quacbee Supply Store. OASTOXIIA. Bean tho ) I18 You Have Always Bought rtotc pctvs. "Some People Look Well no matter what they wear. lou have heard that remark haven't you? If you note closely you'll find that the person spoken of is always an excellent dresser. Not in expensive clothes, but well made, of I stylish durable material. It isn't nec- essary to spend a great deal of money to - 1 be well dressi d. Tbo values in this store ably prove tbo truth of that re mark. Outing Suits, Coat and Pants, j !S.".00, S 7. r0, S1O.0O C1IATTAXOOUA, TE.NN Jim Dumps had tried tome time in Tain ""o ease an after-dinner paia Which gnawed at him his belt below, And filled his world with indigo. Dyspepsia now can't bother him, For "Force" has made him Sunny Jim." 3 ; i r -fore The Kuadjr.to A Tot to Indigestion. "Every piimmer I.hjivo had to take tonics, hut now I use ' Force.' I inn enjoying excel lent health ; it ha." built me up. I eat ' Force ' at night and it gives mo a rcxtful sleep. It builds up, Biitisfles and is pleas ant to eat unci a foe to indi gestion. "Mus. Kate V. Dow W-2 wptr- mm LET. Special to tbo News. J. T. DeGricf, of Pikeville, was in tbo city Wednesday striking beauties. Miss Jennio Witt, of Brayton, was the guest of Mrs. Addie Lee Wenesday. Miss Ida Humble was calling on Mrs. Sallie Narramore Thursday afternoon Miss Mattie and Myrtle Levan of Atpontly have boen visiting their brother A. B. Lovan for a few days this week. Mrs. Kate Humble was calling on Mrs. J. V. Rankin Friday afternoon. Aimer Anderson was visiting Kay and Arthur Bracken Saturday and Sun day. Miss Minnie Cain was the guest of Emily Lee Saturday night. Miss Loula Turner, of Atpontly, is tho guest of her aunt, Mrs. J. S. Hum ble. Mr. and Mrs. G. W, Summers, of At pontly, were the guests of A. B. Lavan and J. V. Rankin Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. W. M. Cain and family spent Sun day at Mr. L. M. Shoemate's. Howard Bracken went to Pikeville Saturday night. Mrs. W. A. Tburman and daughter, Miss Hester wore calling at Mrs. Addie Lee's Sunday afternoon. Also Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Furguson and children and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Holliday and child ren. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Furguson and childron wero tho guests of her parents Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Bracken Tuesday. Miss Hester Tburman was tho guest of Emily Lee Tuesday night. A party of eight went to Pikeville Saturday to attend tho debate and strawberry supper. They wero Mossrs. Kay Bracken, Fred Lee, James Lee, Roscoo Loe and Misses Ida Humble, Emily Leo, Loula Shocmate, and Minnie Cain. All bad a tine time. Gues3 Who. To Shut Down Ovens. The coke ovens at Victoria will in all probability be shut down this week on account of the scarcity of cars to trans port coal. The ovens havo boon run ning through the efforts of Capt. John Frater, who suffers greatly by their suspension, as be was just getting the ovens in fine running order. This shuts down Victoria's only industry. mm, f Jj-eir- Ilk M IP ""'i'll r. Mr. Joseph Pominville, of Stillwater, Minn., after having spent over $2,001) ' with tho best doctors for stomach trou- ' bio, without relief, was advised by his i druggist, Mr. Alexander Richard, to try a box of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. He did so and is aj well man to-day. If troubled with in- digestion, bad taste in tbe mouth lack ; of appotite or constipation, give theso j Tablets a trial, and you aro certain to j be more than pleased with tho result. ! For sale at 'J5c per box by Coldwell i j Chaudoin: Wbitwell Drug Co.. Whit- I well. ; PARTY. i The young folks held a party at Mr. and Mrs. Crozier's charming homo Thursday night. A good time is re ported. Those present were: M issrs Euima Gaiiel, Agnes MilbranJt, Tearl Gabel, Louise Hill. Messrs. C. S. Stevens, Walter Handle, Chas. Kand.o. OASTOKSA. Burt iht imrJYcir.v.f Bo:S (IE - Scrve Cereal gives worH to weah digestions and supplies the energy. From Factory to Home Save two profits. Beautiful Hantels Hake Beautiful Homes Our mantels combine variety in the highest degree, with best material and workmanship. " High Grade " is our motto, and we live up to it. Mantels delivered free east of the Mis sissippi or south of the Ohio River : freight equalized to points beyond. Write for cata logue No. io and other information. . "i. McClamroch Mantel Co., Greensboro, N.C. WHITWELL DIRECTORY. CHURCHES. MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH Rov W Billingsley, pastor; Meeting every 3rd Sunday at 11 am. and 7 pm. Prayer meeting every Wednesday nigntati pm. Sunday school every Sunday at !t::SO am., O. W. Chastain, Supt. : M. E. CHURCH, SOUTH L. Dow Cog gin, pastor; preaching overy Sunday at 11 am., and 7:30 pm: Epworth League 2:00 and 3:00 pm., every Sunday: Sun day school every Sunday at 9:30 pm., C. C. Shirley, Supt. Mt. Olivet 3rd Sunday at 3 pm; Sunday school every Sunday at 9:30 am. Rich- . ard Rigsby, Supt. Red Hill, preaching 4tb Sunday at 3 pm and Sunday school every Sunday U:0 am. CHRISTIAN CHURCH J. R. Johnson, Pastor. Meetings Saturday before 4th Sunday at 7 p. m. Sunday school 9:30 am. M. E. CHURCH S. P. Angel, pastor; preaching 1st Sunday at 11:00 a. m., and 4th Sunday at 6:30 p. m. Sunday school School every Sunday at 9:80 a. m. T. P. Duff, Supt. C. P. CHURCH W. T. Dale, pastor. . Moiting aro held on every third Sunday on eacb month at 11 am. and 7 pm. Sunday Rchool every Sunday at 0:30 am. ' W. A. Kem.y, Supt . , LODGES UNITED MINE WORKERS OF AM erica, No. 287, meets every Thursday night at 7 p. in. G. W. Jorden, Prosi- . dent; Matt Griffith, Vico President; E. S. Duke, R. .Secretary; W. L. San ders, F. Secretary; J. S. Hooper, Treasurer; Pat Cary and L. R. Layne, Bank Committee. MONROE CONCLAVE, No. 82, Regents ,., of tho White Shiold: Meets every , Friday at 7:00 p. m. R Burgess, R C; .1 W Barwick, V R E; A Frizzell, PR E; R Rigsbv, R Chaplain; Thos. Williams It R; R Abraham, R T; R. Reoves, R Adj; Sam Colson, R J A; M E Reeves, R O; W M Morrison, L L. J WHITWELL LODGE,' No. 503, P. A, A. Masons meets 1st and 3rd Saturday at 7 p. m: N N Rush, W M; H P Bry- ant, S W; T M Walker, J W; EH Barker, Treas; B C Grayson, See. OLIVE BRANCH LODGE, NO. 52, I. O. O. F., meets every Friday nigbt at ' 7:30 o'clock: C C Cantrell, N. G; W K Cross, VG; N N Rush, Sec; T P Duff, Treas; L S Baumsrartner, D G M. POW1IATTAN TRIBE, No. 24, Inde pendent Order of Rod Men meets ev ery Tuesday night at 7 o'clock: Pat , McCov, Sachem; Walter Copplnger, S. S; Will Duke, P. R; J. D. Skin- r, J. S; John Carl von, C. of R; II. H. II. Turner. K. of W. LAUREL LODGE NO. lis, K. of P., .meets "very Monday night at 7:15. W L Barber, C C; S B Alley, V C; John Ballard, P; J R Morgan, M II; W A L-van. K of R; E P Taylor, M V. 'V l 1 lit IT l 1.'. r.r.o llr,., I fl. u, i . .... .., ... . , w..v. ...jmiiw I VJ, I) T Liyii", O G; George Smith, Jan itor. 60 YEARS' kT" EXPERIENCE t - Pir ' i-4 Tmnr Miaitt Design 'frfU Copyright Ac Anronn cni1ln(f a fketph and diwrt pilot! may quickly ascertain our optmou free whether au lnviiti"n m prnhably palentahM. ('omrminloft. tl.m.MnollrroiittclentlRl. HANDBOOK on Talent em free. 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