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Sao legal notices in this Issue. A. J. Martin went to Jasper Tursd ay. Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Nowton Fults Thursday, girl. Mrs. A. Q. Cbaudoin has been on tbs tick list tbis week. Tbe public school spring term will close Friday, Juije l'itb. Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Won. Houts, boat two wesks ago, a frlrl. Miss Tbula Martin was taken sick Thursday, and is now qulto ill. Miss llallie llaynes, of Chattanooga, is t isitlng ber parents in this city. Sheriff McCullough and Attorney I'at Tbach, of Jasper, were here Sunday. Sequachee will have a celebration July 4th of tbis year, and don't you for get It Laurence Robe r son and Alvin Spears, of Jasper, ware visitors at tho Blowing Spring Sunday. John Martin, of McMiunville, is vis iting his brother, Mark Martin, who continues very sick. Oscar Campbell, of Chattanooga, has been assisting A. J. Martin in his black smith shop tbis week. The roof of the piazza on front of of Sherman Brick was re-covered with paper roofing Monday, Prof. Kent doing tbe work. Misses Violet and Lillio Crozier went to Whitwell Saturday evening to attend a party at tbe residence of Col. and Mrs. O. W. Cbastain. Tbe crowd wblcb for the past two weeks has almost continuously pitched horseshoes, have retired and are taking a much needed rest. Ernest Wright, formerly foreman of tbe Statesman ofllce, Jasper, bas accept ed a similar position with "Mrs. Grun dy," of Tracy City. Misses Maud Cbastain and Lillie Barber, and Mossrs. J. It. Morgan, Ben nett and Ed Cbastain, of Whitwell, vis ited the Crozier family Sunday. THE KIDNEYS are strengthened and toned 'jy Hood's Sarsaparilla it cures ah their ailments, pains in the loins and THE BACKACHE. Hon. W. D. Wright and family, and Miss Grace Spears, of Knoxville, who are visiting in Jasper, enjoyed tbe coolness of tbe Blowing Spring Sunday. At a concert given in Nashville Tues day, May 13, Miss Elin Uustafson scor ed another success, and a very fine no tice of her work appeared in the Amer ican. Tired Mothers. I It's hard work to take care of children and to cook, sweep, wash, sew and mend besides. Tired mothers should take Hood's Sarnapa rllla it refreshes the blood, improves the ap petite, assures restful sleep. Owen Church Sunday school passed resolutions Sunday placing on its hon orary list the names of Misses Emma and Pearl Gabel, who have removed to Cleveland, O. "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.'" Miss Nancy Carroll of Pueblo, Col., is tisitlng the family of Sheriff Mc-Cul-lougb at Jasper. Miss Mary Sitz, of Tracy City, a sister of Mrs. McCul lough, is also visiting ber. John Baker passed through here Sat urday night en route from Whitwell to Bridgeport, with two flno horses which had been stolen from a man named Scott but recovered near Whitwell. . When you want a pleasant physio try Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab lets. They are easy to take and pleas ant in effect. For sale by Coldwell & Cbaudoin; Whitwell Drug Co., Whit well. Those who remembered tbe invita tion to help clean up Owen cemotery Saturday morning last were Rev. D. MoCrackon, Mrs. Wm. Owen, W. II. Camp, W. S. Pry or, C. C. Houts, and the two O'Neal boys and Maj. T. H. Hill. Now let us have a good crowd next Saturday, and finish the work. No, James, the foundation pillars of tbe Town Hall are not copied from the antique, but are solid, and will he re placed by handsomer ones later. They serve very well, however, to be criticis ed by those who could nol, or it they were able to would not contribute any thing but unasked for advice. Geo. W. Lewis, our Whitwell agent, wbtle returning from Tracy City Fri day, almost met with a serious accident He bad Just reached the bottom of the mountain road when an extra large snag caused bis buggy to part in the middle, and Mr. Lewis came down in tbe road easily and gracefully. Tbe horsa was equal to tbe emergoncy, however, and promptly stopped and no further dam age was dono. Mr. Lnwis hd to go to Whitwell via the evening train to se cure material for repairs before be could proceed to Whitwell Saturday. Ia almost every neighborhood some one bas died from an attack of colic or cholera morbus, ofien before medicine could be procured or a physician sum moned. A reliablo remedy for these diseases should be kept at hand. Tbe risk is too great for anyone to Uko. Cbamberlaine't Colic, Cholera , and Di arrhoea Remedy has undoubtedly saved thelites of more people and relieved more pain and suffering than any other medicine in use. For sale by Coldwell A Cbaudoin; Whitwell Drug Co., Whitwell. MALL FUND. Suri-cKU'TMNs Paid. Sequachee Literary Society.. 855.00 It. W.Lord.Kennebunk, Me.. 25 00 Albert Wallace, Rochester, N. II 25.00 Dramatic Society 25 00 Ladies Aid Society, 2000 Wm. Houts 1000 Hill & Son, Sequachee 10 00 Henry Kent 810.00 "Subscriber," Sequachee, cash, 5.00 John Houts, Sequachee 5.00 W.C. II ill. Sequachee, 5.X) S. T. Roberson. E Ileno, Ok. ,..5 00 Bal funds Sequachee B. B. C. 2.70 J. W Crutchfield,.. 2 50 C. E. Cunningham, 2 00 Lee Lasater, hauling 1 75 Capt. Iloberso.i, Jasper, 100 Cash., 50 G. A. It. I u ml lC. S. 1 1 ay nes, ?5 00 T. 11. Hill, 2.50 J.G. Lankester, 2.00 Dan Pitman, 1 00 G W. Patlon, 1.00 Jack Lee. 1.00 Dallas Dixon, -50 John Cobtirn, .50 W. F. Smith. 50 Geo II. Wiseman, 50 Joseph Green. .50 15 00 Total A int. paid, S225 45 S i: use if i i'T i" n s Unpaid. Walter Crozier 10.00 Box Supper, Liter.iry Society. 10 00 Clias. Martin 5.00 W. H. Camp, labor, 5.00 and will also prime building, II. E. Tate, So. Pittsburg, 2 50 Robert Lee .' 2.00 A. Burnett (labor) 2.00 Geo. W. Lewis, Whitwell 50 G. A R. Fund: Morris Shumake, 1.00 W.J.Johnson, 1.00 W. A. Pryor, 100 David Pitman, .50 Wm. Brewer, .50 T. R. Harris, .50 4.50 Total Ain't unpaid, 841.50 G. Sherman left; for clown the valley points this morning. Austin Coppinger and Charles JCurtis left this morning for the Farmers' Con vention at Knoxville. Another item for history. Wednes day morning, May 20th, 1903, Mrs. F. O. Pearson and Miss M. It. Uustafson nail ed the first piece of siding onto the new Town Hall Building for Sequachee. "Our old friend 'Calico Bill' was in Tracy this week and subscribed for Mrs. (irundy," cbroniclos "Mrs. Grundy, of Tracy Cfty. Our friend, VV. F. Smith, shouid not be spoken of thusirrevorent ly. By the way bow about that old lady who visits in Tracy every week. CAROLINE CHAPEL. Special to the News. Sunday school every Sunday 9 a, m, Rev. Angel filled his regular appoint ment at this place Sunday. Owing to the farmers being behind with their work Bro. Angel did not be gin tbe revival. Several of the young folks from In man attended church here Sunday. J. E. Turner and family attended church here Sunday. J. N. Dickson went to the Tennessee river Sunday to see a fish that weighed 225 lbs but failed to see it. Mrs. Dan Kilgore of Etna is visiting home folks. R. F. Rogers went to Etna Saturday. Henry Rankin, of Whitwell, attended church here Sunday. J. E. Kilgore, of Etna, were visiting in tbis vicinity Saturday and Sunday. Bro. Eggert will preach at Union Grove Saturday night and at this place Sunday. D. F. Cbaudoin attended church here Sunday. Rosebud. PUBLIC ROADS. Tbe poople of Marion County, we are satisfied, are thinking np the good roads question, and rely on tbe judge ment of the road commission p pointed by. tbe Legislature to show tbem wbsit is nocessary to in uko our roads up-to- I date. As we understand it the people I are the court of last resort in tbis case, and good judgement should mark their action. NOTICE. I will bo at Sequachee second Friday of cart) month, and can be found at Ho tel Marion. Those desiring first-class dental work, should wait for me. N. It. MOORE, D. D. S. Both the furnaces of the Dayton Coal and Iron Co. are reported banked on account of a strike. The Central Sunday school will meet in the woods till cooler I weather comes to Nashville- ;. i Officer raided a big blind tigtr WATCH US GROW. Miss Flora Hmrd, of Diinbp, re ceives the News, sent to her by J. W. Ciutdilield. WATCH US GROW. B. B. Barker, of Tracy City, pays for the News. WATCH US GROW. John W. Crutchdeld, of Dixon Cove, hands us his subscription. WATCH US GROW. TRACY CITY. Special to the News. Tho health bore is good. Everyone is at work and enjoying tho beautiful sunshine. Jolmie Pickett who caruo from Da us to work on tbe railroad, returned to bis home this morning. I know be will be buck soon for be left his heart's de sire. Mrs. Lizzio Spencer went to Tracy City Saturday stopping. Tbe Sunday school at this place is getting along well. Charley VandergrifT and wifo called at the coal mines Saturday ovoning. I noticed in tho News that Miss Ella Lay no is teaching school at New Hope. 1 wish her much success. Arch Dill and Elviu Easterly have re turned to their homes in Sequachee Valley. 1 guess the girls will be glad to see their old friends. Mrs Childrt'ss is very low and not ex pected to live. Miss Lizzie Spencer and Mrs. Jim Le mons and children gavu Mrs. Charley Vandorgriif a short call Monday eve. Hugh Campbell made a business trip to Tracy City Monday. Gardening is tho order of tho day but not with me. Mrs. Jane Nunley went to Tracy Fri day shopping. There will be preaching at tho Flat Branch school bouse next Saturday and Sunday. Everybody come, I learned from the News that the peo ple have changed the name of Owl Hollow to Happy Hollow. Wonder why. I guess it is because R. C. P. bas moved there. I suppose be bas moved bis 'phone. Anyone, desiring to hear from bim just call up his oldest daugh ter instead. I learned that some of tbe old maids of Sequachee Valley wore out buggy riding some time ago. How's that? Henry Pickett is going to the valley soon. I guess be Will stay. It don't take the valley boys long to get through with the road. Jess Sanders and wife lost their only child one day last week. Not lost but at rest. Mrs. Mildly, one of the rail roader's wives died of consumption last Satur day. She leaves a husband and two children to mourn her death and several friends. I am always glad when Saturday comes for then is when ws get tbe News. It is just like a letter from homo. Mountain Girl. The handle works resumed operations Monday to the delight of tbe citizens generally. A scarcity of timber pro longed the suspension of work. 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 gravel, cures diabetes, weak and lame backs, rheumatism and all irregulari ties of tbe kidneys and bladder in botb 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's treatment and will cure any case above mentionod. Dn, E. W. Ilali, sole manufacturer, P. O. Vox 629, St. Louis, Mo. Send for testimonial. Sold by all druggists. Kead This. Little Rock, Ark., Dec. 10, 1902. To Dr. E W. Hall, St. Louis, Mo. Deaf Sir: We have been selling your Texas Wonder. Hall s Great Discovery, for years, and recommend it to anyone suffering witti any kidney, bladder and rheumatic trouble as btiing the best remedy wo have over sold. Yours trulv. J. V. Dowdy. It hnnc to Join m lab thmt Will Make and Km Monry for Ton. YvtThMlT fthmilri loin th W ntnnl I.ltjrf-v lfn. ilo Club of America, Tiifre Ifl nothing else like It any wborrt. Iteottg Tmot nothing to J"!n ftDcLtbe benefits It fllves are wonderful. ItenaMt-i you to rurcnAe book sand rwrftxl icnm, tntuloand musical natruuinU of ffpecial cut prior. It Aecuren r Iduced rat atrnan hotel a. Itanwrqiieilonii Ifreeof cbaiv. it offers acholftruhln and Yalua- Nepfsh prlsee to members. It inalntMins club I room la many citle for lumemners. in aiuiiion, ery mem Imt nvtlv the official maftaalne entl- 'tled1 t v'ry M ont h publication In a claas ry Itwelf. including Srtteoeaof iiurh-clan vocjU mnA In strumental murioftiil alee; each month without extra charge: 73 pi ' in year in an. juu CAN OK" A IX OF XUbS iJi.SU lib 0 MOST NOTH Nil. The run y enriy momnemuip ree i utie ixuar rrr which yon fr U !t, arxi yon mt will- want la do ma.i tt mar doltnr bweli. If you .doBtearetostH-nd (l l. send 4 eer-u tr three month membervhlp. fitrKiy can in-Tq iopwi thta ooVr tv. You will t four tnneT in vat ti minr tlmMdt. r. Full DartkMll art Will Ni aeel free of ehatv, but If you re wise yrx wlllj mo4 im your reiuet rr mmrrr) p wi tae proper ree at Of, i re it pu. wire niontni mrm Wii.inAffFrvill kvui ehanae. Write at oee e4 4reeainywr letter an1 rn.-lntnr $l JU fw fuil year's membership gc tweutyO ocate fur Vnxee MlTCAr tlTFRiRT MrMf CIXB LET. Special to the News. J. S. Ferguson made a business trip to Pikevillo Wednesday. Miss l'hlla Humble was tho guest of ber sister Mrs. N. S. Narramore. lues- day night and Wednesday. Mrs. Julia Kelly was in the city Wed nesday afternoon. J. S. Humble and sister, Miss Ida, want to i'ikeville Fr day. Ask Miss Ida Humble what she thinks about tho wheat crop this year. Master John Lee, of I'ikeville, visit ed home folks Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Will Hixson were the guests of Mr. Smith Narramore and wifo Sunday. J. S. Ferguson and Howard Bracken went to Pikeville Sunday afternoon. J. li. Narramore and wifo were the guests of Cbas. Nipper Sunday, Mrs. J. V. Kankin called on Mrs. J. S. Furguson Sunday afternoon. Emily Leecilled on Mrs. Smith Nar ramore Sunday afternnoon. Milt lUnkin visited at Atpontly Sun day. Ask Laura and Ellen Levan where Pat Craig and I!ax Turner wero Sunday and how they like to go to Itetbel to Sunday school. Fred and John Lee spent Sunday the guest of James Lee. Ab Deakins, of Pikeville. is tbe guest of bis sister, Mrs. J. L. Lee. Emily Lee spent Monday afternoon with Miss Ida Humble. Jas. Ferguson, of Pikeville, is the guest of bis son, J. S. FurgiiBon, this week. We aro very sorry to note that Miss Loula Shoemate is very sick. L. T. Loo was in tho city Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Smith Narramore was the guest of Mrs. Nipper Tuesday. Miss Virgie Kankin went to Atpontlv Tuesday to visit her aunt, Mrs. George bummers. Guess ho. GREATLY ALARMED e By a Persistent Cough, but Per manently Cured by Chamber lain's Cough Remedy. Mr. II. P. lturbage, a student at law, in Greenville, S. C, had been troubled for four or five years with a continuous cough which ho says, "greatly alarmed me, causing me to fear that I was in the first stage of consumption." Mr. Lturbage, having seen Chamberlain's Cough Remedy advertised, concluded to try it. Mow read what he says of it: "I soon felt a remarkable change and after using two bottles of the 25c size was permanently cured. Sold by Coldwell & Chaudoin: and Whitwell Drug Co. CURTISVILLE. Special to the News. Rev. W. T. Dugan's wife and child are very poorly yet. Mrs. Curtis is quite feeble. We were out to see Iiro. Richard Lane Sunday. Ho cannot last long. He is very low, and we fear be wont live till tbis is in print. O how Mrs. Lane neods help with bim. Can't some help come from tbe valley to belp him in his last hours of need. Please come. There is a great deal of sickness out here. Well, as we have sold all our chick ens the Methodist preachers wont make their visits long with us. Tell me, all you correspondents, do tbey visit the sick. Our potatoes look fine. Our beans also. The gypsies passed by en route north Saturday. Wash Martin traded borses with them. Tbe old lady bas sold all bor chickens and now she smokes the pipe of peace. A. J. Curtis' bees have increased to 40 stands. The cut worms are using their reap ing hooks every morning out here. The squirrels are left and gone to their reun ion,' the turkeys and wild hogs are poor, consequently it is hard times out here. Old lady, old lady, build me a pio, Make it short and juicy, Tell me Just when it is done, So it will please my toothy. Grabble some potatoes and kill a chick. Stew tbem soft and tender, Sot a cbair to tbe table And see that I aint hendured. Fix my bed by sundown And sing to moor beaven, So I can sloep by broad d;iy light, r ix my u nner at Eleven. Go to tbe old soldiers' meeting at Jasper the 2ith. Cold Wave. "A man living on a farm near here in a short time ago completely doubled up with rheumatism. I banded bim a bottlo of Chamberlain's Pain Halm iflid told bim to use it fr. cly and if nol sat isfied ofter using it he need not piy a cent for it," says C. P. Iiayder, of Pat tens Mills, X. Y. "A few days later ho walked into the store as KlCiight as a string and banded m a dollar saying 'give me another bottle of Chamber lain's Pain Palm. I wunt it in tbe bouio ill tho time for it cured me.'" For sale by Colowell t Chaudoin; Whit well Drug Co., Whitwell. OABTOHIA. Ban h ll Kind You H.i Aiwars Bcatfd TckQ Laxative Bromo Quinine Taikts. l Seven Milli on boxes k14 la fast 12 months. TtuS Signature, MAKE Grey Hairs. Dilfi poino?J in the nyum It enters through a torpil follow in ita wake. 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