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Dan l'itman was In town Monday.
Edgar Smith went to Jasper to-day.
John Hunts went to Chattanooga
Monday.
Post 53 (. A. R. bold lis regular meet
ing Saturday.
W. F. Smith, of Uructli, was In town
this morning.
,'Wbat was become of that tannery and
.hoe shop project?
Sam Pryor of Whltwelt, was here last
Sunday calling on "no me one."
Miss Hattte O'Neal visited at Pleas
ant Grove Saturday and Sunday.
Re?. 8. P. Angel held regular services
at the Scftiool House Sunday at 11.
J. G. Lankestcr, of Jasper, was in
town Saturday to attend Post mooting.
C. 8. Stevens, has returned to this
city. He is buying lumber for a Cin
cinnati firm.
James Price and Miss Ellen Price, of
Jasper were callers at the Blowing
Spring Sunday.
VV. R. Thomas left for Lime Rock,
Ala., Tuesday to get some timber for
the Handle Works.
V( A. Price has returned from a visit
to relatives in Franklin Co., Tenn., and
Jackson Co., Ala.
Geo. VV. Lewis and vartvi ' Whit
well, passed through town Tuesday en
route to Tracy City.
Wylie Parker, May !, and Henry
Kent, May 11, claim to havo had new
potatoes for dinner.
The Handle Works is shut down this
week on account of lack of timber but
will startup again next Monday.
1 ,R. L. Ivey has returned from a visit
to relatives near Tupelo, Jackson, Co.,
Ala., and reports a very enjoyable trip.
Mark Martin still continues very sick
t his home and very littlo change in
his condition which is pronounced dan
gerous. Isham Hammock, of Chattanooga, is
visiting frrendsin the city this week
after an absence of nearly two years.
Be was a welcome visitor.
Southern Watcoman, of Clinton,
La., received with pootry, which we
suspect to be the manufacture of our
perambulating friend, Paul Wright.
ITCHING, oozinjr, scaling'
Salt,
Rheum is cured by Hood's Sarsa-
parilla, the groat, unequalled remedy
tor every kind of SKIN DISEASE.
Next Saturday, May 10th, the people
ofSequachee are invited to meet at
Owen Cemetery and clean up for mem
orial day. Now don't say you were not
sked.
"Strength and vigor come of good
food, duly digested. 'Force', a ready-to-serve
wheat and barley food, adds no
burden, but sustains, nourishes, invig
orates.'" The frame of the Hall was raised Sat
urday and a hard days work was put in
by T. S. Barrett, John Houts and W.
C. Hill under the direction of Henry
Kent.
The peoplo of Sequachee have been
furnished with some extra nice straw
berries grown bv Rev. J. W. Robertson
of Jasper the past week and there are
more to come.
HenryAnderegg, who recently mar
ried one of Wbitwell's fairest daught
ers, passed here Friday en rout to Tra
cy City, where ho has bought out a
meat shop business.
The Ladies Aid Society atari adjourn
ed meeVing held Thursday, voted to
bare ice cream and lomonade for sale
Memorial day and evening to h?lp
build the Town Hall.
A party Of young ladies consisting of
Misses Amy Lankester, Aileene Pope,
Gertrude Alexander and Helen Turner,
of Jasper, took in Sequachee Monday
on an equestrionne tour.
A committee of the K. of P. Lodge at
So. Pittsburg consisting of Messrs.
Bright and Hash and two others decor
ated the grave of Luke Davenport at
Owen cemetery Sunday.
The Kidneys and the Skin.
If the kidneys are weak or torpid, the skin
will be pimply or blotchy. Hood's Sarsapa
rllla strengthens and stimulates the kidneys,
and clears the complexion. By thoroughly
purifying the Wood it makes good health.
W. E. McCurry, who left Whitwell
to go to Pecos, .Texas, hns left that
beautiful spot so graphically dascribed
by bim in a letter to the News, and
gone to Roswell, New Mexico.
When you want a pleasant physio try
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab
lets. Tbey are easy to take and pleas
ant in effect. Forsalo by Coldwell &
Chaudoln; Wbitwell Drug Co., Whit
well. Misses Emma and Pearl Uabel left for
Cleveland, Ohio, Tuesday, their future
. home, amid the regrets of their many
friends, who assembled at the depot to
ee them off. Tbey have been so prom
inent lntho social life of the town that
they will be greatly missed.
In almost every neighborhood some
one has died from an attack of colic or
S 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
risk is too great for anyone to take.
r..mWUine'i Coiic. Cholera an! Di
arrhoea Remedy has undoubtedly saved
, the lives of more people and relieved
more pain and suffering than any other
medicine in use. For sale by Coldell
& Chaudoin; Ybitell Drug Co., Whitwell.
HALL FUND.
Si;b-criptions Paid.
Sequachee Literary Society.. 55.00
II. W. Lord. Kennebunk, Me.. 25 00
Albert Wallace, Rochester,
N. II 25.00
Dramatic Society 25.00
Ladies Aid Society 20 00
Wm. Honta 10 00
Hill & Son, Sequachee 10 00
."Subscriber," Sequachee, cash, 5.00
John Houts, Sequacheo 5.00
W.C. Hill, Sequachee, 5.00
S. T. Roberson. E! Reno, Ok.,..5 00
Bal. funds Sequachee B. B. C. 2.70
Lee Lasater, hauling 175
Capt. Roberson, Jasper, 1.00
Cah 50
G. A. R. lund;
E. S. Haynes, $5 00
J. G. Lankesttr, 2.00 ;
Dan Pitman, 1 )0
G W. Patton, 1.00
Jack Lee. 1.00
Dallas Dixon, '50
John Coburn, .50 v
W. F. Smith. ' 50
Joseph Green, .50 12 00
Total A tnt. paid, 8207.95
Scbsckii'tions Unpaid.
Henry Kent 810.00
Walter Crozier 10.00
Chas. Martin 5.00
W. II. Camp, labor 5.00
and will also prime building,
J. W Crutchfield, 2 50
II. E. Tate, So. Pittsburg 2 50
Robert Lee 2.00
A. Burnett (labor)..... 2.00
C. E. Cunningham, 2 00
G. A. R Fund:-
T. H. Hill, 2.50
Morris Shumake, 1.00
W.J.Johnson, 1.00
W. A. Pryor, 100
David Pitman, .50
Wm. Brewer, .50
Geo. II. Wiseman, 50
T. It. Harris, .50 7.50
Total Ain't unpaid, 848.50
Wm. Ilouts is contemplating building
a, residence.
A. Burnett has recovered from an at
tack of la grippe.
W. II. Northcut and (. II. Holloway,
of Whitwell, were id town Sunday.
The rain this week comes just at the
right time as the gardens are beginning
to suffer. t,
Miss Avis Burnett visited the family
of Dock Coppinger at Whitwell this
week.
W. II. Camp has bought the Gabol
property on the corner of Alabama Ave.
and State St.
Rev. Levi Bowlin is announced to
preach at the school house Sunday at
11 a.m. Go out to bear him.
Work preparing musio for Memorial
Day, May SOtta has commenced and a
good program will be rendered.
John Coburn, of So. Pittsburg, was in
town yesterday and we wero glad to see
bim. He has been working at Needmoro
and Battelle, Ala.
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Gabol left for
Cleveland, Ohio, yesterday. The de
parture of tho family is keenly felt by
the community, everybody regretting
their removal. Wo wish them a more
extended share of prosperity in their
new home.
The Nashville American speaks very
favorably of Miss Efln Gustafson as a
singer, and reports her as taking part
in an organ recital given by Dr. Chaco
and pupils at Christ Church, that city,
Monday night. The verdict of tho A
merican is that sho is a genuine contral
to, full of fire and vigor when re
quired and genuinely poetic when such
is the naturo of tho work."
WANTED Several industrious per
sons in each state to travel for house es
tablished eleven years and with a large
oapital, to call upon merchants and
agents for successful and prnH tattle line.
Permanent engnement. Weekly cash
salary of SdH and all traveling expenses
and hotel bills advanced in cash each
weok. Experience not essential. Men
tion reference, and enclose self-addres
sed envelop. THE NATIONAL, Mi
Dearborn St., Chicago.
Box Supper a Success.
Tho box suppor given by the Literary
Society Saturday sight of the Hall
Fund was a success, despite the fact
that neatly ono-half of the cream was
spoiled by a defective freezer, $15.25
was the proceeds of the evening. The
program was nicely carried out, tho rec
tations given by the young i.idies be.
ing much enjoyed.
NOTICE.
I will be at Sequacheo second Friday
of each month, and can lie found at llo
tel Marion. Thoe desiring first-class
dental work, should wait for roe.
N. It. MOOKK, D. I). S.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
Tfc! Kind Yen Have Always Bought
Bears the
Bignatur of
WATCH US GROW.
'P G. Pryor, of Whitwell, is now
a reader ol the News.-
WATCH US GROW.
' S. M. Young.of Montcagle, Tenn.,
now readu the Newa. ordering it
through Sheriff McCullough.
WATCH US GROW.
A. K. Pryor, postmaster at VicU
oria, kindly remembers the News
this week.
WATCH US GROW.
Capt. John Fraler, of Victoria,
very kindly hands us 81 on sub
scription account.
WATCH US GROW.
Rev. R. D. Coggin, of Whitwell,
will read the News through cour
tesy of G. W. Lewis.
WATCH US GROW.
A. P. Lamb, of Whitwell. a prom
inent citizen, pays 81 on subscrip
tion to the Old Reliable.
WATCH US GROW.
J. B. Price, of Wolleston, Mass.,
forwards his subscription.
WATCH US GROW.
D. M. Tate, of Jasper, kindly re
members the News.
WATCH US GROW.
Geo. W. Brewer, of Sequachee,
renews his subscription-
WATCH US GROW.
Dan Pitman, of Victoria, thinks
of the News this week.
WATCH US GROW.
Joseph Green, of Victoria, renews
his subscription.
WATCH US GROW.
John Coburn, of So. Pittsburg,
renews his subscription.
WATCH US GROW.
Ladies Aid Society.
The Ladies Aid Society, mat at thel
X . rtl JI'v j : .
WBwa uuiuu a uursuay uveniug to uum
meeting adjourned from Monday even
ing. ' It was voted to take charge of the
refreshments on Memorial Dar. May
80th, and as the exercises will be held
near site of new Town Hall, tho society
will offer refreshments for sale there
during the afternoon, and, if the Hall is
not ready for occupancy, adjourn to the
school house at night for a general pro
gram and more refreshment, all in aid
of Town Hall.
A TEXAS WONDER.
Hall's Great Diacovery.
One small bottle of the Texas Won
der, Hall's Great Discovery cures all
kidney and bladaer troubles, removes
gravel, cures diabetes, weak and lame
hacks, rheumatism and all irregulari
ties of tbe kidneys and bladder in both
men and women, regulates bladder
trouble in children. If not soldhy your
druggist, will be sent by mail on re
ceipt of $1. One small bottle is two
month s treatment and will cure any
case above mentioned. Dr. E. W. Hali,
sole manufacturer, P. O. Box 629, St.
Louis. Mo. Send for testimonial. Sold
by all druggists.
Kead This.
Little Rock, Ark., Deo. 10, 1902.
To Dr. a W. Hall, St.. Louis, Mo.
Dear Sir: We have been soiling your
Texas Wonder, Hall's Great Discovery,
for years, and recommend it to anyone
suffering with any kidney, bladder and
rheumatic trouble as being the best
remedy wo have ever sold. '
Yours truly,
J. F. Dowdy.
Darby's Rose Cerate
A HICH-CRADE FRACRANT
ANTISEPTIC OINTMENT.
For
Hav Fever.
Nasal Catarrh,
Chapped
Hands, burns.
Chafea, Eexma,
front Bitvs,
Sun Burn,
Salt Rheum,
Chilblains,
Bore Norn,
Cold Sores,
Inwct Mi ten,
tttternal Piles,
Eruptions,
Healing Sores,
prmKlng
Wounds,
and for any
inflammation
of the skin or
mucous
membrane.
ciplea. It has been thoroughly tented for
j"s uu in nuimraeiww dt roy.iciaaa
and Nurses, as an amiaeptic healing arent.
It will be found invaluable InUieelck room
fnrinftMln. Ih. hna
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For Toilet use, an apreeahle and healthful
ubstitute for ('oMCrfttm. Cosmetic, Lotions,
etc. It will keep tha akin smooth, remoe
pimples, heal hanfr-naUa, and crack in flnirer
ends. Pric2SCcnts. For Sale at the ru(
Stores If yur druvirUt does not keep it.
send 25 oeoU to manufacturers and fet it by
Vanufaeturtd hu
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MCPHtBSON.
Special to tho News.
Uuggy riding is tho order of the day.
Tbe colorod folks had a baptising
and was attended by tho whito folks.
Tom Layno and Walter GilbrVatb
spent Monday in Cleveland on business.
Miss Dosia King looked very pleasant
Sunday.
Miss Nora King entertained a num
ber of young folks witii a singing Sun
day. Miss Sarcpta Allen was all smiles
Sunday night.
T. A. Andes and Kincie Hooper at
tended singing Sunday night.
The good people of Eureka met May
3rd and organized a Sunday school.
Call Sydner was elected Supt.; J. K.
Johnson, Supt., and Kd McPherson,
Chorestor.
Tomps Andes took dinner with Miss
Dosia King Sunday.
Mrs. Layne has been on tbe sick list
and is slowly improving.
MisSos Ella and Hannah King and
Sarepta Allen spent Sunday night with
Misses Nora and Dosia King.
Uoquets seemed to bo all the go Sun
day. Jim Allen was all smiles Sunday.
A crowd of young folks took a boat
ride Sunday afternoon. ,
Hob Palmor called on his best girl
Sunday.
Jim Taylor and sister, Ethel, spent
Sunday In Charleston.
Tom Andes visited his sister last
week. Willow.
SEARLES, ALA.
Special to tho News.
Messrs A. J. Mai by and J. N. Cope
land went to Central City Sunday.
Joseph Cain and son, George, wont
to Central City Sunday.
Mrs. Geo. Uurgoss wont to Whitwell
instead of going to Petros.
Miss Maggio E. Cain was out looking
for ber best fellow Sunday.
Mrs. Jordan visited Mrs. Copoland
Tuesday.
Will Arnold returned from Ensley
City Monday. t
James Roberson went to Pratt City
Friday to visit home folks.
Will Sellers, F. U. Kenney and Ed
Sellers went buggy riding Sunday.
Zack Jordan has moved into bis new
house.
Five men got hurt Monday in the
mines. Some draw rock foil on tbom.
D. Short got shot pretty bad in tho
mines Friday. He went back to a fail
ed shot and when be started to light it
the shot went oil.
The Searles Base Hall team played
the Oak Grovo team Saturday and
Searles got beat 11 to 23.
T. G. Bush President of the Alabama
Consolidated Coal and Iron Co. was in
the city Tuesday.
Joseph Cain and wife and Walter
Smith and wife went to meeting Thurs
day. J. C.
GREATLY ALARMED
By a Persistent Cough, but Per
manently Cured by Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy.
Mr. II. P. Hurbago, a student at law,
in Greenville, S. C, had beon troubled
for four or five years with a continuous
cough which he says, "greatly alarmed
me, causing me to fear that I was in
the first stago of consumption." Mr.
Hurbage, having seen Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy advertised, concluded
to try it. Now read what he says of it:
"I soon felt a remarkable! change and
after using two bottles of tho 2."c size
was permanently cured." Sold by
Coldwell & Chaudoin; and Whitwell
Drug Co.
DRAMATIC S6CIETY.
The Dramatic Society held its regular
meeting Thursday night at residence of
Miss Mathilde Gustafson, with six
members present. The sum of 525
raised from proceeds of play, "Dia
monds and Hearts," was voted to Se-'
quachee Town Hall Fund, a small bal
ance being held to meet current expen
ses. Mrs. F. O. Pearson was elected by
the Society to fill vacancy in Board of
Trustees of Sequachee Town Hall and
was also elected member of tha execu
tive committee vice Miss Emma Gabel,
who leaves this city.
"The Doctor" is the title of a play.
which is now under consideration for
presentation July 4.
" " "
"A man living on a farn near here
in a short time ago completely doubled
up with rheumatism. I handed him a
bottle of Chamberlain'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. Kayder, of Pat
tens Mills, X. Y. "A few days later be
walked into lbe,store as straight as a
string and handed me a dollar saying
'give me another bottle of Chamber
lain's I'ain ItaltiK I want it in tbe
house ill tbe time for it cured me.'"
For sale by Colewell & Chaudoin; Whit
well Drug Co., Whitwell.
To Cure a Cold in One Pay r?;:. I
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