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Dan Pitman and wife, of Victoria, were here Saturday. Daniel Nelson, of tbe mountain, near Jasper, was here Saturday. J. C Jones, of Whitwell, was smong the visitor! here Saturday. Daniel Johnson and family. of Ketch all, were here Memorial Day. A. S. Uuitafson, of Chattanooga, spent Sunday with borne folks. John A. Casey and family, of South Pittsburg, were here Saturday. Allen Hall, of South Pittsburg, was in town Saturday seeing old friends. Wiley Parker brought us some floe potatoes Friday, which wero very nice. John Potter and A. II. Stansbury, of Jasper, attended the O. A. 11. exercises. Miss Agnes MilbrandtTconteinplates a visit to Cleveland, Ohio, sometime in July. Joseph Green and John A. Miller, of Victoria, attended Memorial exorcises Saturday. Miss Julia Byrd, a charming young lady of Dunlap, visited Miss Emma Byrd last week. W. F. Smith, of (iruetll, wbo travels three days to attend G. A. R. meetings, was here Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Anderson, of Chattanooga, visited friends and rela tives here last week. M. Martin continues in a feeblo con dition, and his friends are still concern ed about his recovery. Azariah Burnett arrived from Etna Saturday, where he has been working. He has a very sore band recoived from a defective gun. ifobn Slatton, who lives far out on the heights of Cumberland mountain above Whitwell, was here Saturday to attend G. A. It. services. Mrs. Chris Wagner, of the mountain, and son, Fred, wore In town Sunday, visiting Mrs. John Thornton, and brought us some extra nice poas. John Parker and family of South Pittsburg, attended exercises here Sat urday, and remained over Sunday with his brother, Wylie Parker and family. WEAK STOMACH is strength ened and toned by lood's Sar aparilla, the medicine that cures dyspepsia and POOR APPETITE. Miss Elin Gustafson, who is achieving such fame in musical circles in Nash villo. expects to spend her vacation with her mother and sisters in Sequa chee. Work on the platform at the Blowing Spring 'for the Chattanooga Grocors' Pionlc here next Thursday will be com menced Monday under charge of H. Kent. MALI! FUND. Sequachee Literary Society.. 855.00 I. W.Lord.Kennebunk.Me.. 2o(XJ Albert Wallace, Rochester, N. II 25.00 Dramatic Society .....25.00 LadieH Aid Society,. 2000 Ladies' Aid Society 17.00 Wm. Ilovts. 1000 Hill & Son, Sequacbee 1000 Henry Kent "Subscriber," Sequachee, cash, 5.00 tion this week. SUBCKIPTI0N8 Paid. WAXCII US GROW. John Slatton, of Whitwell, re members the News this week with amount on subscription. WATCH ITS GROW. Andrew J. Martin, our popular blacksmith, renews his subscrip tion. WATCH US GROW. J. II. H. I5oyd, of Gaga, Tenn., remembers Use News with subsorip- John'Houts, Sequachee 5.00 W.C. Hiil. Sequachee, 5.00 T. Iloberson. El Reno, Ok.,..5 00 Bal funds Sequachee B. B. (J. '2.,U W Crutchfield, 2 50 C. E. Cunningham, 'IW Lee Lasater, hauling 1 75 Capt. Roberson, Jasper,...' 1 00 Cash 50 G. A. R. fund: E. S. llaynes, So.W) T. II. Hi'll, 2.50 J.G. LankeBter, 2.00 Dan Pitman, 1.00 G. W. Patton, 1.00 Jack Lee. 1.00 VV. A. Pry or, 100 John Parker, 1.00 Dallas Dixon, -50 John Coburn, .50 W. F. Smith. 50 Geo. II. Wiseman, .50 Joseph Green. .50 WATCH US GROW. Scott Blanett, of South Pitts burg, pays for his favorite paper, the News, this week. WATCH US GROW. John Parker, of So. Pittsburg, kindly remembers us with sub scription tliis week. WATCH US GROW. J. C.Jones, of Whitwell, renews his subscription to the Old Reliable. WATCH US GROW. 17 00 CEDAR SPRING. Special to the News Quite a crowd of young people from Total Amt. paid, 8214.45 this place attended church at New Hope rt TT.ti ft I J OLISSLKUHUO u Miss Ethel Willis, of So. I'lttdhiirr. Walter Urozier iu.w visited friends here Saturday and Sun- Box Supper, Literary Society, 10 00 day Chas. Martin 5,00 Dr. M. Hackworth and little daugh- ,,, TT r, ii r m tor, Judith, of Anderson, Tenn., visited . XI. ailJ-', lauui, v.w and will also prime building, II. E. Tate, So. Pittsburg, 2 50' S. L. Rogers 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 A. II. Stansbury, 1.00 David Pitman, .50 Wm. Brewer, .50 T. R. Harris. .50 4.50 Catarrh It an eicesaive secretion from the mucous membrane, accompanied with chronic inflam mation. Hood's Sarsaparilla acta on the mu cous membrane through the blood, and radi tally cures all cases of catarrh. Take Hood's, G. Sherman went to Chattanooga Tuesday to make arrangements for the entertainment of the Hickory Handle Manufacturers' Association, which meets at Lookout Inn this week. "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."' Miss Eula Boyd, wbo will be remem bered as visiting friends here last sum mer, recited very creditably at the clos ing exercises of Alaienga College, Bridgeport, Ala., last week. Her se lection was "Mary, Quoon of Scots." On account of tbe Chattanooga Gro cera' Picnic here next Thursday, to al low its office force an opportunity to at tend it, the News will go to press Wed nesday night instead of Thursday morn ing. Therofore send your copy in car Chamberlain's Pain Balm is an anti eptic liniment, and when applied to cuts, bruises and burns, causes them to beal without maturation, and much more quickly than by the usual treat ment. For sale by Coldwell it Chaud oln; Whitwell Drug Co., Whitwell. An incident of the day Saturday was the marching of the procssslon past the house of John Randle, a member of the Post, who is very foeble. A speech of thanks was made by Capt. Bartlett in recognition of the honor conferred on tbe old soldier. Chamberlain's Stomach and Livor Tablets are lust what you need when ou have no appetite, feel dull aftor eat ing and wake up with a bad taste in your mouth. They will improve your appetite, cleanso and invigorate your tomach and givo you a relish for your ! food. For sale by Coldwell & Cbaudoin and Whitwell Drug Co., Whitwell. We are informed that Pennsylvania Grit says that citizens of Jasper, Tenn., bowed their appreciation of the Indian apolis chambermaid wbo refused to make up a bed after it had beon occu pied by Bookor T. Washington, by for warding ber a cheqiu) for SJ.'i.OO. "I have been troubled for some time with indigestion and sour stomach," ays Mrs. Sarah W. Curtis, of Dee, Mass., "and have been taking Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets which have helped me very much so that now 1 can eat many things that before I could not eat" If you have any trouble with your stomach why not take these tab lets and get well? For sale by Coldwell Jk Cbaudoin and Whitwell Drug Co., WhltwelL Total Am't unpaid, $44,00 A great many have promised to do someihing for the Hall by sub scribmc amounts, and lunde are needed now. Please come forward with your amounts however small, and assist your fellow citizens. A subscription Irom you now is worth twice as much later on. Your donation will pe greatly appreciated. Old papers for sale at this office, '20c per 100. Col. A. Milbrandt is in Clevoland, Ohio, on business. Scott Blansett, of South Pittsburg, was here Saturday. Chas. Curtis attended K. of P. servic es at Jasper Sunday. Miss Louise HiU visited in Jasper Tuesday afternoon. Tom and Fred Wilkins, of tbe mo tain, were here Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Bartow, of Chattanooga, are spending a few days at tbe Hotel Marion. County Court Clerk J. M. Price, of Jasper, and Miss Ellen Price, attended Memorial services Saturday. Miss Ava Lankostor, of Jasper, who on account of sickness was unable to fill ber place on the program Memorial Day, is better. The trustees of the Town Hall met at the Nows office Monday night to receive report of committee on solicitation of funds, who have been granted an ex tension of time to complete their work They will call on you in a few days so be prepared to respond liberally. A TEXAS WONDEK. 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 hacks, rheumatism and all irregulari ties of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women, regulates bladder trouble in children. If not sold by your druggist, will be sent by mall on ro- ceiptof M. One small bottle is two month's treatment and will cure any case above mentioned. Dr. E. W. Hall, sole manufacturer. 1'. (). Box 62!), 1st. Louis, Mo. Send for testimonial. Sold by all druggists. Read This. Ripley, Tenn., Juno 1, l'.HU. Dr. E. W. Hall, St. Louis, Mo. Dear Sir: Having tried various remedies without satisfactory results, I was por- suaded to give your "lexas Wonder a trial. I have used one bottle, and al though my case is one of long standing that baffled the skill or the best phys ician, vet it yielded at once to tbe "Texas Wonder," which I bearlilly re commend to all suffering from kidney and bladder trouble. Yours truly W. H. IJRUTON. Pastor Baptist Church Ripley, Tenn. Iiead the News, relatives hero last week. John Menno, the little two-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. David Sanders, died Monday morning and was buried at the Pickett graveyard. Rev. R. J. Moore conducting the fun eral services. A gay crowd of young people from Whitwell visitod the spring Sunday. Miss Grace Condra spent Friday morning with Miss Eliza Moore. Miss Fanny Moore is now at home, her school at Red Hill having closed Friday. Hon Frank Mitchell, of McMinnville, visited his father, S. R. Mitchell, here last week. Miss Mattie Condra, of Chapel Hill, visited her grandfather, Wilson Condra, last week. 1 Mrs. Caroline McLain is very sick at this writing. Misses Electa Andes and Lena Davis, of Red Hill spent Saturday and Sunday at Mrs, T. J. Moore's. Mrs. Frederick and daughter, Mrs. X. G. Dykes, of Tracy City, visited friends and relatives here part of last week. Miss Florence Janeway. of Whitwell, spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Nina Daniel. Miss Millie Moore was shopping in Whitwell Friday. Mr. Burrel Sanders, of Atpontly, at tended tbe funeral of his brother here Tuesday. Mrs. T. J. Moore has beon quite sick but has rapidly improved. Mrs. Mattie and Miss Sallio Parker. of Hall, visited Mrs. McLain last week O. L. Sparks and Miss Ellen Gott and Mr. Ed Alder and Miss Jennie Mitchell of Inman, attended church here Sun day. B. Condra made a business trip to Jasper Monday. Thompson McLain, of Mt, Bothe spent Sunday with home folks. Tax on Babies. Extreme hot weather Is a great tax upon the digestive powor oi babies when puny and feeble they should bo given a few doses of White's Cream Vermifuge, the children's tonic. It will stimulate and facilitate the diges tion of their food, so that tbey soon be come strong, healthy and aetive. S5u sequacbeo Supply store. Legal Stationery. ALBION VIEW, Special to the Nows. Raining is the order of tbe day. Mrs. Annie Tallent and children and wo little children were the guests or Mrs. L. Underwood Sunday. Frank Martin and family and Har ry t'robasco and family oi L-naiianoo-ga, and many others have moved to the ridge to enjoy good health and fresh air. There were lota of people on the Ridge Sunday, and visited the Pipe Hill and Bloody Springs Battle Ground. There are going to bo some improve ments made to tbe grounds, and we would ask the good people to donate something to that end. Anyone want ing a job will please apply at onoo. W. M. Miles will superintend tbe work. Henry Witt comes to Oakwood often. He is going to rais banty chickens. Anyone wanting one or two will please call on bim before buying elsewbore. R. C. Nixon, of Ala., is visiting his father and mother, and friends on the ridge this week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Miles have mov ed into tbe bouse with Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Miles. Taylor Guess is having a bard time with toothache. A certain young man says he would have to fall back on his other girl as the one he was after has gone back on him. That is right, if you can't got a honeysuckle take a dogwood. C. L. Miles is running a freight wag on from Chattanooga to tbe Ridge. Any one wanting freight hauled shosld see Mr. Miles. Fighting is very common at this place There was a big battle fought last Mon day. There wero none killed, but sev eral wero badly hurt by stray bullets and rocks, and we are looking for ano ther battle soon. There were a hackload of men, wo men and children enjoying the ridge Sunday. Mrs. Geo. Schrudder has rocovered af ter a short illness. A little son of Thill Nixon is sick. Well, news Is out, meal is out, meat Is out, and tbe children have their mouths stuck out, and I am played out and am done. Sales, NutCB, State Warrants, Executiou Warrantee Deeds, Detainer Ation and Bond, Oil and Uua Leasee, Atlidavit and Proof of Debt, Attachments, Mittimus, Magistrate's Warrants, State Warrants, hxecutions, Replevins, Mortgages, Leases, Options, Subpoenas Always on hand at reasonable prices, NEWS JOB OFFICE, Sequachee, Tenn. Driven to Desperation. Living in an out of the way place, re mote from civilization, a family is often driven to desperation in case of acci dent, resulting in Burns, Cuts, Wounds, Ulcers, etc. Lay in a supply of Buck- len's Arnica Salve. It's the best on earth, 25c at Whitwell Drug Store. HICICS CHAPEL. Special to the News. Fishing is the order of the day. Willie Hicks took dinner with Bob Vandergriff Sunday. Willie Hicks has ordered one peck of yellow corn frem the Dan C. Wheeler Feed Co., Chattanooga. Arch Dill and Miss Lula Pickott were outdriving Sunday eve. G. W. Vandergriff went to Whitwell Monday. G. J. Ridge went to the moun tain Saturday. Bon Thorp and Miss Graco Yocbem took a pleasant walk Sunday eve. Bob Vandergriff callod on his best girl Sunday eve. Ask Miss Ida Barber if she has re ceived any more letters. G. W. Vandergriff and G. J. Ridge took dinner with Groon Powell Sunday. As I went up the road a few days ago I saw In the distance an extra large straw bat about four feet broad rise to the top of tho hill. I became amased at tbe sight for (H was going up and down like men running a lever car. I first thought it was a gypsy horse jockey or one of po (etch it's agents but it fin ally turned out to be Beargrass under the hat riding a Spanish jack in an old fashioned trot. He had two strings of sun perch fastened to his saddle and wasenrouteto Whitwell to exchange them for Arbuckle. W. U. While was seon on the streets of Whitwell Saturday with two fish a bout two inches long. J. L. Ridge is recovering from tbe in fl amatory rheumatism' and his friends are glad to hear of his being out again. Misses Mollie and Beaulah Ridge visited their uncle, Joe Ridge Friday. Mrs. Mary Barber and Miss Ida Bar ber visited at Mr. Brimers' one day last week. Misses Angie and Florence Pickett and Esther Vandergriff visited Miss Sa rah Pickett Saturday and Sunday. Mrs Nancy Thomas visited her sistor, Miss Sarah Pickett Sunday. Misses Lula and Alice Pickott visited Miss Esther Vandergriff ono day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Ridgo visited Mrs. Malinda Ridge Saturday. Misses Sarah and Angie Pickott visit ed Miss Ida Johnson Thursday. Old Maid. ii ( Ea r frif Vitff ijSiMi !tfW li 333 Tins Damps a little girl possessed Y) Whom loss of appetite distressed. " I des tan't eat I " the child woulK scream. . Jim fiied a dish of "Force" with cream; She tasted it, then, joy for him I She begged for more from "Sunny Jim." The Kt-adr-to-gerve Coreal a good fairy to all youngsters Perfect Food for Children. " Wheat is a perfect summer cereal, and efforts should be made to toach children to eat it." Locus K. Uogan, in " How to Feed Children. " W-5 JNO. M. LEWIS, FULL AND COMPLETE LINE OF Undertakers Supplies, Coffins', Caskets, Burial' Robes, &c ALWAYS ON HAND, DAY Oil NIUIIT. LIVERY & FEED STABLE Good Rigs: Gentle Horses; Sober, Careful Drivers. Headquarters for Long Distance Telephone. j.asp:f;ii, TENN. Everything Tells In Job Printing Good Type, Good Press Work, Good Paper, Neat Methods of handling work, and Prompt Delivery of work to customers. The firm of Hill & Son, Sequachee, Tenn., possesses nil these qualifications, and also excel in AR TIS TIC D ISP LA Y Orders received get the best of attention, big or little. Satis tisfaction guaranteed. If you want the best of work at mod erate prices send it to them, the leaders n Artistic Printing. QUEENSWARE th GLASSWARE - nationalV steel range 4? NEW ENTERPRISE v. STOVES ... jf JcZ, YEARS' EXPERIENCE VV f & ,N STOVE MAKING 4 SETTEES MAKERS VfASESAHiyr 0, GUARANTEED , SELLERS f GQODS That Throbbing Headache. Would quickly leave you, if you us' d Dr. Kind's Now Life Pills. Tbounsnds of sufferers bave proved their matcblrsa merit for .Sick and Nervous Headaches. They make pure blood and build up your health. Only - cents, money ha:k if not cured. Sold by Whitwell Drug Co. PHILLSrG & BUTT0RFF MFG. CO. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE Read The News. 50c a Year Sli'DSCkUlK NOW. MT.SCKIP.K NOW. fcUk V JJuv To Cure a Cold In One Bay Tcke Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablet?. (V' J Seven Mffiion boxes sold In past 12 months. ThlS Signature, V Ci-n Cure', In Two D.ys. on I'V.