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Special to tbe News. William Alder attended Children's & 5 . 'iV y);,Tf - VVXXVAXr Whiteside Sunday. & : .-' - M JkliiV! ' 'r"'JlVt x...!. Rev. Matt Ford visited friends in this t' h VVV SJ. 3 vicinity last week. N I.;'!1 V Cv 'l" '1 fcV J ll D 11 i m -2 W. II. Hale visited Miu Ida f b.,;jAVvH N M U V All Myors Sunday afternoon. VIS Yl Y W V' J 3 nil V Miss Nannie Daffron entertained sev- fytiS A"! V F wl R VI 7 n eral friends Sunday evening. iV?:- ?7 i-A r1 -'hrTj;n-,ik! V' IIal 8ay9 he had fine luck ,y..l,Av..AvvA,AvVvv when ho went with a crowd fUblnr last a large drum Tho Kin 1 You Ilavo Alivaj s Bought, ami Avhirh litis bcca in so foi over HO years, lias bomo tho rignatnrc of STy? . anl lias boon mailo under his per C4rS,' BA"al BPvLsion sinec its Infancy. Allow no ono to doer-no you mtuis. All Couti( r;cit.s Imitations and " Just-ns-good" aro hut lixncrmiuits that trille ivllh and endanger tho licnlt.1i of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. What is CASTOR I A ' Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its av;e is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Feverishiiess. It cures Diarrhtea and AVind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the Stomach and IJoivcls, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. GENUINE GASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of J7 S? The Kind You M Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. THC CENTAUR COMP.NV, T MURRAY STREET, KtW VOBK CITY. '9f Your appetite is poor, a) i -l tia....nn your iieaii uunci .-, you nave Headaches, tongue is coated, bad breath, bowels con stipated, bad taste in the mouth ? If not all of these symptoms, then some ot tr.em ? Tt's tT your liver. -if A 1 'V iijtf is a natural vegetable remedy, containing no mineral or narcotic poisons. It will correct any or all symptoms, make your health, appetite and spirits good. At druggists, 50 cents. fp 11 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 Grftde " 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. McClamroch Mantel Co., Greensboro, N.C. FRUIT, SHADE AND ORNAMENTAL TREES, HEAD QUARTERS FOR APPLE, PEACH, PEAK, PLUM AND CIIEKRY TREES. CEDAR HILL NURSERY & ORCHARD CO. WINCHESTER, TENN. 3,000,000 Peach Trees. 1,500,000 June Buds. Thursday, as he caught weighing about 134 lbs. Clare Davis visited Cordell lilovins Thursday of last week. Mrs. Grace Hale is very ill at this writing. Mrs. II. Uirdloy has returned borne from a pleasant visit to bor daughter, Mrs. Frank White, at Trenton, Ga. I!. IS. White, of Meridian, Miss., was hero Sunday and Monday. His many friends were glad to soe him again. l'rof. T. A. Itoone was in this town last week. John Myers, Sr., went to Chattanoo ga Snturday of last week. It seems by what "Blue Eyes" of Wbitwell, says that girls there have been using Dofetcbit's love powders to a great extent. Kolly Cagle, of Highland Park, spent several days here last week tho guest of bis sister, Mrs. M. D. Ketner. - Tbe many friends of Mr. Lynn Jen nings congratulate bim on winning Miss llerlie Exum for his bride. If you want to see Miss Jennie L Myers smllo, lust mention a certain bartender of Chattanooga. W. D. llnmer is happy in tho posses sion of a new pair of pants. Cora Cleveland and Jennie Myers wore tbe admired guests of the Misses Hale Sunday. Grover Morgan looked as happy as dead pig in the sunshine Sunday. Charlie Myers wears a 3-foot smilo. T. S. llracken and son, Sam, wont to Whiteside Sunday. Miss Alice Myers was all seniles Sun day as ber best beau was calling. John, Tom and Goorgo Myers went to Chattanooga Sunday to be present at tbe funeral of W. D. Miller, general manager of the New Etna Coal Co. who was killed on the incline May 28th. Jeftnie Morgan and rrank Hale at tended Children's Day exercises at Whiteside Sunday and report a nice time,. Will some ono send Will Morgan some of Dofetchit's Love Powders. Barney Hale looked as sweet as sugar when ye writer saw bim last. Dennis Brymor went to Whiteside Sunday. Rev. Neal, wife, and daughters were the admired guests of Mr. Jno. Myers Monday. Barney Hale must be very attractive for ye writer noticed a certain girl' eat ing cream with him at the ice cream supper and sho was gazing so bard at bim that she sometimes missed ber mouth and threw tho cream over her shoulder. Miss Emma Bracken spent Monday with Lizzie Myers and bad a jolly good time. Wondor if tbey didn't take a wheel barrow ride. Miss Sallio Hale has been very ill with la grippe but is much better now. Our blacksmith says that Dennis liry mer's licence is nearing completion but alas! wo'fear he will never need it. Vorna Hix visited Mary Hale Sunday afternoon. Tburman Philips, of Chattanooga, visited his best lady friend here last week, returning home Sunday eve. W. D. Bryner is visiting at Kising Fawn, Ga., this week. Miss Ida Myers visited at the borne of ber aunt, Mrs. Jim Myers, Friday. Marshall Hale spent Sunday after noon with Ira and Burless Blovins. Miss Edytbe Cyphers was at borne Saturday and Sunday on a visit. Ye writer was at Wbitesido Saturday and Sunday looking after his heart's desire. Mignonette. Thoso who are eralnlnt: flesh ' and ptron;;tn by regular treat ment with Scott's Emulsion should continue tha treatment In hot weather; smaller dose anUa littla cool milk with It will do Bway with any objection which lo attached tofattv pro ducts durlnu tha heated season. Send for free Mmpt:, SCOTT Si KUWNE. Chemists. 409415 Pearl Street, New Vori. 5jc. and 71.00; ill druggist. AMERICA'S Editorially Fearless. Consistently Republican. News from all of the world; well written, original stories; Answers to queries; articles on Health, tho Homo, New Books, and on Work About tho Farm and Garden, The Weekly Inter Ocean Is a member of tho Associated Press, tbe only Western Newspa per receiving the entiro tolesrraph ic news service of the N. Y. Sun and special cable of tho Now York World daily reports from over 2,1)00 Rpecial correspondents all over tho country. YEAR QTsnT DOLLAR Subscribe for the SixArnuK Vat. i.kv JJkws and the Weekly Inter Ocean ono year, both papers for ONE DOLLAR. 3,000,000 PEACH TREES THE TENNESSEE WHOLESALE NURSERIES, WINCHESTER, TENN. Exclusive growers of Peach Trees. June buds a specialty. No agents trav eling, butsoll direct to planter at whole sale prices. Absolutely froo from all diseases and true to name. Write us for cataloguo and prices before placing your order elsewhere.. We guarantee our stock to be truo to name. Largest peach nursery in tho world. Address, J. C. HALE. Prop., Winchester, Tenn. OUR SPECIAL CLUBBING OFFER WE WILL SEND THIS PAPER AND THC KNOXVILLE WEEKLY JOURNALS TRIBUNE EAST TtttHtSSECS GMATtST REPUBLICAN PAPER oNMioiNwoMunnTii one j 2 Papers per Week, 104 Papers. We do a general nursery business and sell direct to the planter. We grow what you want and you got what you buy, at honest prices. We make a specialty of the best varieties of poach, applo and pear, for commercial orchards. For furthor information and wholesaio price list, address: J. W. SHADOW, AVinchester, Tenn. THOMAS H. HILL. Notary filed in Public: Certificate of Appointment U,-S. Pension Offices. H3TCOKKKSPOXDENC.K solicited lrom persons de siring to purchase laud for residence or farming pur poses TITLES examined. SEQUACHEE, TENN. Sequachee Water Works. Office: Marion House. Residents of feequachee have all the privileges in con nection with Water Servicer-; equal to any first class city. Tbe supply ia taken from Cumberland Mountain from springs 350 feet elevation. Three miles of pipe are low laid. WE can furnish you letter Leads, bill head, statements, circulars, invitations and caida. JOB LAW STATIONARY Satisfaction (Juarauttttd. PRIN BOOK WOKK. ROCK CITY. Spocial ta the News. Rock City has hold her city election and elected the following officers: Ma yor, L. J. Urown; alderman, Will Inens; Chief of Police, J. B. Brown, chairman of Hoard of Public Works, Mr. Bickford. We think that tbe Board of Publio Works will rosumc work on Main street soon. Ye writer resigned bis office as city recorder and we hope that Mr. Dan Grifflith will be elected to fill the of fice. Everybody is well pleased with tho way the election went and tho goose bangs bigb. Tbe mountain hacks aro running in full blast. Three backs passed here with one passenger each! Ye writer thinks they will all do well tbe way tbey have started off. Tbe back men say tbey are holding their own well as tbey started with nothing and still bave nothing. We would like to hear from Jim Bear wick if be isn't dead. It is against tbe law to ride a wheel northward on Main street as there is a very steep hill in front of the mayor's bouse. It would be cruelty to the wheel and therefore the city bas passed an ordinance against itv You Know. THANS. Special to the News. Mr. Clinton Mansfield, of Oklahoma, is visiting his father and mother, Al Mansfield and wife. His wife will bo in soon and tbey will spend tbe sum mer with friends in Tennessee. Mr. Al Mansfield will have his mill dam done by the first of June. It will be a great help to the people of- this place to got their grinding done bere. Miss Bessie Johnson and Mrs. N. Deakins will start next Wednesday to Winchester to be at the close of tho school. Misses Johnson and Rigsly were the guests of N. Deakins last wook. Mr. Quess says tell all the ladies a round Thans to bring their barter every week. Farmers are up with their work and wanting rain. Your writer made a visit to Cousin M. E. Barker Saturday evening and spent a very pleasant nigbt with tbe kind family. Miss Salie entertained us witb sweet music on her organ and we wero charmed with hor sweet sing ing. Next morning as I came borne Cousin Byron Stewart accompanied mo and visited us until Monday. We cer tainly did enjoy our buggy ride home next morning. 9 Mrs. Ras Pholps was over to visit her mother, Mrs. Nat Smith. She sent some letters for mo to mail for Miss May Grant. M. E. G. Startling Evidence. Fresh testimony in great quantity is constantly coming in, declaring Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds to be unequalled. A recent expression from T. J. McFarland Bentorville, Va., serves as example. He writes: "I bad bronchitis for three years and doctored all tbe time without boing benefited. Then I began taking Dr. King's New Discovery, and a few bottles wholly cured me." Equally ef fective in curing all Lung and Throat troubles, Consumption, Pneumonia and Grip. Guaranteed by Whitwell Drug Co., druggists. Trial bottles free, regu lar sizes 50c, and SI. 00. I DIXON'S COVE. I Special to tho News. I Well, we are still in the fight lor good I roads, after reading Judge 1'r.yor's dis i cussion of the qaesiion of the proposed n.nd Imnd. Ho has coma nearer ex pressing our sentiment in regard to the matter than we could bavo dono our selves. I would rather pay five dollars per year extra tax for life, and have good r,i-,,l mi t.nvnl than 10 nav notbinj and bave them iho way they ro now. Tho roads of Littlo Sequacheo and Dixon's Coves aro in bad shape. In fact where the road was in Dixon's Covo is just a bole in tho ground, and the commission ers aro not making any effort to havu them fixed up. Those roads should be I worked in tbe spring as soon as tho i spring rains are over, so tho public I would get the good of them through the i summer, for when tho fall rains set in tbey are no more account until tlio next spring. UU6 worst uowiers uganinv ni bond law aro men who don't know any moro about the intention of the law than Wiseman's gray borso knows about tho man that will tan his hido. Woll, as I said last week Dixon's Covo has its troubles as well as other places. A few nights ago somo parties callod at my gate, and said that tuoy nad heard that I was going to writo a lot of lies for tlio papers, and if such was tho case I had hotter leave the set tlement by tho next night or they would call round to soe mu and mako j things hot for 1110. I told them that I was truthful, and if they could mako things any hotter than I could that they were bad ones. So, the next night hero come the mob and me and the old woman wero on the outlook for them. Tho old woman, that is my wife, Mrs. Doolcy, had pre pared a bottlo of water, which sho had in her hand when buo mot them at the door, and told them it was caustic nitric, acid, aqua fortis, and I don't know know wliat olso, and if they came in she would throw their eyes full of tho mixture, and it would put their eyes out, sure. So tbey all stood back, not willing to lose their eye sight. I have not said what I did. My first thought was to take to tho mountain for safety, and loave tho mattor for them and Mrs. Dooley to sottlo as best they could. . As I started I saw a ladder sotting up against tbe end of the houso somo six teen feet long. So 1 picked up two rocks and wont up the ladder to the top to wait for things to get quiot. The mob saw they could not get in the house or find mo they began to fix to leave the place when old Corkscrew threw an armful of rattlesnakes in at the door all around Mrs. Dooloy's feet, and started on tbe run. While I was stationed on iho top round of the ladder, an old sow came along, and commenced rubbing around tho foot of the ladder with such force ray roost was threatened with de struction. So about the time tbe mob startodoffl dropped a rock thinking the old hog would run oil and lcavo mo alone, but when sho started sho' got caught in tho ladder, and away went my prop, hog and all together. t Down tbe walk tbey went, the bog with the ladder, right after the mob, wbicb thought I wan after them with an army, and it gave Mi em a great scare. Yours truly, Bill Dooley. v f asm mm 4 fas I have had occajion lo use your VliL ok Draught Stock and Poultry Mcdi U tine and lira p'cascd to say that I never h vit'l anyth:.i, for stock that gave half it fv i-oi sitisf motion. I heartily reconv intr.d il to a!! own? . of jtocK. r I C HFlVIPtt. St. LOU S.-MO. J - ' . . . mltry should not h eul tin tip sliM.'k looil iiny moro man H siik i'.Y3"iw :4)nild expect to be B c.uvu bv food. When your stock a in. I ; nilti v are m'k give tliemined ti i'-nx. I'mi't sniii them -with wort h !i less stin k foods. Unload till? bowels t and rtir up the torpid liver and the jS miimal will be cured, if it be possi 4 blc to cur it. Uliu-k-Prancrht Stock a.ul Poul'iTj- Medicine uiiloiiiU t"0 bowels and stirs up the torpid liver. It cures every malady of stock if taken in time. Secure a 25-ccut can of tlack-l 'rancid Stock and Poultry Medicine, and il v ill pay for itself ten tiniesover. Horses v.-ork better. Cows p-ivo more nii!k. Iio;.rs pain flesh. And hens lay nior-' ('fr;,'.s. It solves tho problem of making as much blood, tlesli and energy as possil'lo out of the smallest amount of fxvl con- 13uy a can d-oin your ueaicr. h sumei 1. The Trials of Women. Tholiomes of this country aro filled with women whoso trials utterly do stroy tho joys of existence. They are tho victims'of female disorders and they do not got relief, and they are forcod to drug through tbo weary years without tho bopeof botterdays. All such should bo advised to use a few bottles of " , ST. ANDREWS WINE OF LIFE ROOT, ; It plants hope in hopeless hearts, tbe seeds of joy in joyless minds, whose fruition is the blooms of health on the cheek of the perfect woman, to whom tho ills of her former existence are now the roal zest of ber pleasurable life. Thousands of women all over this land have testified to the truthfulnossof this assertion. '., TONICS FOR WOMEN. Delicate women require a tonic. An iron tonic Is good, but St. -Andrews Wine of Lifo Root ia hotter. While toning up the system, purifying the blood and restoring exhausted nerves, it regulates any derangements, and strengthens woman in the mOst sensi tive part of her organism. . . Price $1.00 per bottle. , ' Ask your druggist for it. ' fi Made only by ANDREWS MFO, CO., Bristol, Tenn. Chamberlain's Cholic, Cbolera and Diarrhoea Remedy. is everywhere recognized as'tbe one re medy that can always be depondod up on and that is pleasant to take. It is ospecialiy valuable for summer diar rhoea among children and is undoubt edly the means of saving tho lives of of a great many children each year. For sale by Cold well &Chaudoin; Whit well Drug Co., Whitwell. TNG. ' TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY. Take Laxative BrorooQuinineTableis. All druggist refund the money if it fails to cure. E. W. drove's signature il on each boi. Sic. NOTICE. I will bo at Sequacheo second Friday of each month, and can be found at Ho tel Marion. Thoso desiring first-class dental work, should wait for me. N. B. Moor.H, I). D. S. HAPPY HOLLOW. Spocial to tbe News. Woll, wo aro not as happy as we were, the bugs have got hold of us. They are on our potatoes. They bavo ate the tops and are now trying to get the pota toes In the ground. Tho bugs are in the gardon, and they aro in tho field. Tbe bedbugs are in tbe bed, tbo fleas are in the house, tho rats are in the cel lar. Well, we have all tho pests. I wish the pied piper would come through our town, and rid us of our vermin. Ye writer wont visiting Sunday and got a square, meal. Sam McCurry is still scratching his head, Lew Ross is still smiling. John McCurry is still taking his time I have got a melon patch, and I want to give my editor ono, and my preach er one, and my doctor ono. My doctor is not here. He Is at Petros. It is Dr. Gott. May bo bo will come down bv the time tboy got ripe. I want to raise one for Cold Wave, too, if ho will come ' and get it. ; Well, my old woman don't smoke, i but she makes mo smoke over the bead ; with the broom. j I want to go to tho dedication in Cop- ! pinger Cove the first Sunday in June.' I bear they are going to bave dinner. t That is what I want Sleepy Sam ".V'V lU, J til uaruy s nose cerate A HICIi-CUADE FRAGRANT ANTISEPTIC OINTMENT. Fnr" ' Hny Fever, ' fra.Hi.I Catarrh, C'happrd Hiu.dn, Hums, Chafes, Eczma, Iost Bites, Sun Burn, , Salt Rheum, Chilblain, Bore Notw, Cold Sore, Insect Bit, . Extf rnal Tiled, EroDtloim. HealinK Sores, uretuun , AVoundg, and for any" inliumination of tho skin or tnucoui znuiubrano. 1 nig pri'parnuon is maae on scientific prin ciples. It bas been thoroughly teslf for years, ana is recommended by Physicians li iii7r IS 7 neanK oitent. - "7 ..... i.uiomui6Eic room for softening tha lips, bed sores, etc., eto For Toilet use, an agreeable and healthful substitute for Cold Cream, Cosmetic Lotiotit etc. it- wni Keep the skin smooth, remove ends. Price 25 Cents. For (Sale at the Druit Stores. If your dnnrelst dot nr.t 1, if 3 r . 1 1. 1. J si DC S ! " ". ..: " "ur uruKKlBI does cot kw send & cents to manufacturers and eet ft bv mail. . . .. . . - J juanuaciurea ly THE RICE DARBY CO., Elmlra, N.Y, U.S.A j We promptly obtain U. S. and rorKn ;iid model , sketch or photo ol invention for ' ' 4 freereport on patentability lor free book 1' Thousands Saved Dy r urn OABTOIIIA. . Ban th l!u Kind Vou Haw Alwm Bc'jt b This wonderful medicine posi tively cures Consumption, Coughs Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma. Pneu monia, Hay Fever, Pleurisy, La Grippe, Hoarseness, Sore Throat, Croup and Whooping Cough. Every bottle guaranteed. No Cure. No Pay. Price 50c. &$ I. Trial bottle free. Grove's Tasteless Chill Tome has stood the test 25 years. Average Annual Sales over One end a Half Million bottles. Does to record ment appeal to you? No Cure, No Pay. 50c Enclosed with every bottle is m Tmv Cnt. irl r. t r- " VWVt - . r -r" v v a uuu IVOOb uvcr ruis.