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WANTED Faithful person to call on retail trade md agonis (or manufactur ing house having woll established busi ness; local territory; straight salary fr!0 paid weekly and expense money advan ced; previous experience unnecessary; Eosltion permanent; business successful. Inclose solf-addressed envelop. Super intendent Travelers, tW)5 Monon lildg., Chicago. WANTED Faithful person to travol for woll established house in a few counties, calting on retail merchants and agents. Local territory. Salary 0.B0per week with expenses addition al, all payable in cash each week. Mon ey for expenses advanced. Position per manent liuslness successful and rush ing. Standard House, :J0 Dearborn St., Chicago. Nov.l2,13t FOR SALE Farm of 28 acres; 22 acres enclosed and 18 acres cleared; well watered; miles from the station at Whltwell; 3 acres fn orchard; all good orchard land; well improved. Price, $900; half cash, balance in one and two years. Apply to John T. Raulston, Whltwell, Tenn. tf FOR SALE Farm of 250 acres, most all upland, good for farm purposes and fruit growing; well watered; 84,000 worth of Improvements, including a nice 2 gtory residence; 125 acres in cultivation and remainder in woods; railroad runs through farm; situated one mile from the station, Price, 80,800, half cash, balance in one and two years. Apply to John T. Raulston, Whltwell, Tenn. Best weekly paper in the United States: The Chattanooga Weekly News. More than 10,000 news items in each is sue. Nothing like it in the whole coun try. The Chattanooga Weekly News and Tim Sk.ouachkk -Vai-i.ky Nkws, both one year for . Subscrlbo now, while you have the chance. tf WANTED A trustworthy gentleman or lady in each county to manage busi for an old established house of solid fi nancial standing. A straight bona fide weekly salary of $18.00 paid by check each Monday with all expenses direct from headquarters. Money advanced for expenses. Enclose addressed envel ope. Manager, 400 Caxton Mdg., Chica go. 111. WANTED Skvkhal tkksons op character and good reputation in each state (one in this county required) to represent and advertise old established wealthy business bouse of solid finan cial standing. Salary 921.00 weekly with expenses additional, all payable in cash direct every Wednesday from head offices. Horse and carriage furn ished when necessary. References. Enclose self-addressed envelop. Colon ial, 3:32 Dearborn St., Chicago. FIRST-CLASS SHINGLES . ....CUT OR SAWN Delivered in any quantity f. o. b. Sequachee, and war ranted No. 1 quality. For prices apply to J. W. CKUTCIIFIELD, SEQUACHEE, TENN. ISTOrders may also be lelt at the News Oflice, Sequachee. Legal Stationery. SaleB, Notes, State Warrants, Execution Warrantee Deeds, Detainer Action and Bond, Oil and Gas Leases, Affidavit and Proof ot Debt, Attachments, Mittimus, Mazistrate's Warrants, State Warrants, Executions, Replevins, Mortgages, Lease, Options, Subpoenas, Alwavs on hand at reasonable prices, NEWS JOB OFFICE, Sequachee, Turn. ' jJKt 1 1 Open :iitfmp LOCAL. The matter of feed is of tremendous importance to the farmer. Wronc: feeding is loss. Ricrht feedincr is profit The up-to-date farmer knows what to feed his cows to cret the most milk, his pigs to get the most pork, his hens to get the most eggs. Science. But how about the children ? Are they fed according to science, a bone tood u bones soft and undeveloped, a flesh and muscle food if they are thin and weak and a blood food if there is anemia ? Scott's Emulsion is a mi$ed food ; the Cod Liver Oil in it the Lime and Soda make bone and brain. It is the standard scientific food for delicate children. Send for free sample. Re sure that this picture la the form of a label it on the wrapper of every bottle ol Emulsion you buy. Scott&Bowne CHEMISTS, 409 Pearl St., N. Y. 50c. and SI i all druggliti. EASY TO . I T! Vi r"ii iS Rorer -j t ... ii ft . ii. u wiT'.sa, - V . . 1 I 1 K r it aufatory. LOW CLUBBING OFFER. Kur 30 cents additional to the regular subscription prion of the News, to all subscribers paying up all arrears and one Tr In advance, will send tbe Louisville llotnn iml Firm, a No. 1 good agricultural paper, on year. Christmas (liftl Wish you a Morry Christmas. Will Prlco went to Chattanooga Mon day. Don't forget tbo turkey shoot to-mor row. Tuesday was payday at the handle works. Edwin Pryor went to Chattanooga Tuesday. It. F. Ilavron, of South Pittsburg, was hero Monday. J. E. Martin will move back, here from Chattanooga. John Stansburv'i children are sick with the measles. Mrs. O. W. Watley of the mountain was in town Monday. Miss Eva Abies, of Wbitwell, visited Mrs. Q. M. Drown Saturday. Seven wedding licenses were report ed issued at Jasper last woek. U. E. Tate left for South Pittsburg Monday to spend the holidays. Misses Louise Hill and Tbula Martin went to Jasper shopping Friday. The work of re-shingling the M. E. Cbureb South has been finished. Mrs. C. E. Cunningham went to Chat tanooga Monday on a shopping tour. Cbas. Payne, of Battle Creek, has been visiting rolatlvos in Sequachee Cove. Walking parties were abbreviated makes flesh, blood and mUSCle, Sunday, and the Alpine Club was not to bo seen. A wedding Is among the possibilities as a certain young man says he is tired of "batching." We are under obligations to Mrs. Wi ley Parker for some very fine apple jol ley, which fitted in nicely. The manufacturing establishments of the city shut down yesterday for the holidays, to resume work Monday. Monday was the shortest day ot the year. Tbo sun will now extend its be nign influence one minute longer per day. It is to be hoped that Santa Claus will bring Sequachee a first-class coal mine. We have received from Senator Bate Bate some valuable documents from the Bureau of Geology, which we are pleased to receive. J. O. Campbell and Will Campbell left for Chattanooga Tuesday to spend Christmas with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Campbell. Can't another wedding or two be scar ed up during the holidays. The girls are all anxious for it to become epi demic at least they say they are. HEALTH is fully restored by the srreat alterative and tonic. Hood's Sarsapnfilla, aud you remember the old saying-, health IS WEALTH. Commodore Harris, ot Sprlngdale, favored us with backbone last week, and Mrs. Will Lee with fine sausage, and you can just "watch us grow" fat. Don't Think because you have taken many remedies in vain that your case is incurable. Hood's Sarsaparilla has cured many seemingly hope- llesa cases of scrofula, catarrh, rheumatism, .kidney complaint, dyspepsia and debility? The II. E. Cartland woodworking con' cern Is receiving some fine timber from above Whitwell. They use dogwood and persimmon almost exclusively and some big specimens are being shipped them. A glass or two of water taken half an hour before breakfast will usually keep the bowels regular. Harsh cath artlcs should be avoided. When a pur gative is needed, take Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. They are mild and gentle in their action. For salo by Coldwell & Cbaudoin, Whlt well Drug Co., Whitwell. Chris Wagner returned Thursday from a visit to liradly county where a brother lives. He speaks highly of the Impetus given business by the building of good roads there, and notes that the people are prosperous, active and hust ling. To improve tho appetito and strength' en the digestion, try a few doses of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab lets. Mr. J. H. Seitz, of Detroit, Mlc., says, "Tbey restored my appetite when im pared, relieved me of a bloated feel ing and caused a pleasant and satis factory movement of the bowels." There are people in this community who need just such a medicine. For sale by Coldwell & Chaudoin, Wbitwell Drug Co., Whitwell. Every box war ranted. An accident which barely escaped be ing serious occurred at the college one night last week. Misses Lettie Ben nett, Myrtle Uilliard and Mary Prig- more were studying in a bedroom in the second story, when Miss Bennett's dress touched the stove and burst into flames. After a desperate struggle the fire was extinguished, but Misses Ben nett and Uilliard were seriously burn ed. Jasper Cor. Chattanooga Nows. 'I was much afflicted with sciatica," writes Ed C. Mud. lowaville, Sedgewiok Co., Kan., "going abouton crutches and suffering a deal of pain. I was induoed to try li.illard's Snow Liniment, which relieved me. I used three 50c bottles. It is the greatest liniment I have aver used: have recommended it to a number of persons: all exprrsa themselves aa being benefited by it. I now walk with out crutches, able to perform a great deal ot light labor on the farm. 2.1c, MK $1.00. For sale by S-quatcble Sup ply Store, ana Y hit well Drug Co. Publio School Closing. The first session of the school year of 1U03-4 closed Friday. The enrollment for the term has been: Primary, 07; Secondary, "8. The work of the term has been suc cessfully carried out by Prof. H. E. Tate, principal, and Miss Zoolah lloge as assistant teacher. Mr. Tate's management of the school has always been noted for excellent or der, and the last term fully maintained previous records. An impromptu program was given by the school consisting of singing, &c. Miss Qraco Thomas recited excellently. Tbe closing feature was a treat to the school of candy and applos givon by the teachers. Cured Paralysis. W. S. Bally, P. O. True, Texas, writes 'My wife bad been suffering five years with paralysis in her arm. when I was persuaded to use Ballard's Snow Lini ment, which cured berall right, lbave also used it for old sores, frostbites and skin eruptions. It does the work." 25c, 50c, $1.00. For sale by Sequatchie Supply Store, and Whltwell Drug Co. iiioiiMrffrr For a few days Coldwell & Cbaudoin will pay 2 cents a piece for hen' eggs in ex change for goods. Literal Meaning. A local teacher, instructing a class in composition, said: "Do not attempt any flights of fancy: be yourselves and write what is In you." The following day a bright pupil handed in the following: "We should not attempt any flights of fancy, rite what is In us. In me there is my stomach, lungs, heart, liver, two apples, one piece of mincepie, three licks ot candy, a hull lot ot peanuts, and my dinner. t,x. Tennessee will have a cash bal ance Jan. 1st of $775,000. MM HOL IDAY GOOD T ASK the people of Sequachee and Sur rounding Country to come and see us for their Holiday Goods. We have them at the Very Lowest Prices, I have many things that will make nice and suitable presents for children and grown people. A' large assortment of Dolls for the little folks at 5c, ioc, 15c, 20c up to $2 00. Cuff and Collar Boxes A Large assortment of Handkerchiefs, Ties, Etc. All we ask is for you to see our goods and let us price them. You will receive polite attention. j j j J- jt- & Respectfully, H A EXANDER MMx$M- WATCH US GROW. Geo. H. Wiseman, of Dixon Cove, remembers the News this week, with some fine apples WATCH US GROW. Ike Barnes, of Cowan, Tenn., Mr n,1 Mi-i n M Tm b P. .1.1.1 ul.l.t:-. tu. i.ti e:i:. I . uo wuaui .umm.y mo n.,u-omi",y entertained Mr. anrl Law. Judge M. M. Allison was the first to be caught violating the anti-spitting or- rilnftnpA -Tnrlfra Alliann nraa afanjllnt continues to read the News courtesy of W. A. Brown. WATCH US GROW. per A TEXAS WONDER. Hall's Great Discovery. One small bottle of the Texas Won der. Hall's Great Discovery, -ures all kidney and bladder troubles, removes gravel, cures diabetes, weak and lame backs, rheumatism and all irregularl 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 re ceipt of SI. One small bottle is two montn s treatment ana will cure an case above mentioned. Dr. E. VV. 11 al sole manufacturer, P. O. Bos 829, St. Louis, Ma Send for testimonial. Sold by all druggists. Rkad This. Ripley, Tenn., June 1, 1901. Dr. E. W. Hall. Su Louis, Mo. Dear Sir: Having tried various remedies without satisfactory results, I was per suaded to give your "lexas onder I trial. I have used one bottle, and al though my case is one of long standing teat baffled the skill ot tbe best phys ician, yet It yielded at once to tbe "Texas Wonder." which I beartilly re commend to all suffering from kidney aid bladder troubles. Yours truly W. 11. BRL'TON. Pastor Baptist Church Klpley, Tena W. A. Brown, one of Sequachee's most progressive citizens, renews this week. WATCH US GROW. Miss Jennie Byrd, of Dunlap, will read the News reeularly here after. WATCH US GROW. J C. Griffith, of this city, re- memberod the Old Reliable .this week. WATCH US GROW. Mrs. G. W. O'Neal, of Whitwell, . a one ot tne flews closest readers, renews subscription this week. WATCH US GROW. JUDGE ALLISON FIRST WEDDING DINNER, Brown of this city Mrs, McCullougb, of Tracy City, on their wedding trip from Whitwell, Sunday, with a sump tuous dinner. Mrs. McCullough nee Abies is a sister of Mrs. Brown. Be-' on Market street a day or so ago, when ( sides the bride and groom there were Officer John Woy observed him take a quite a number of friends and chew of tobacco. It was not long before ! relatives present. The happy couple the Judge spit it out on the immaculate j left for their future home at Tracy City sldewald. The officer politely accosted jt 2 p. m., amid tbe congratulations ot him, reminded blm ot. the fact, and ad judge Allison apologized to the guard-1 ian of the city law. Chattanooga News. I Go to Coldwell & Chau doin'b for Siiuer Krout, Pink BeanH, Cocoitnuts and fanned Goods of all kinds. WEDDED AT SELMA, ALA. Chas. Curtis left Monday morning for Selma, Ala., where he was united In marriage to miss Lee Oyler, Wednes day, Dec. 23. The happy couple are ex pected to arrive here Monday' evening, and a grand supper will be prepared for them at the home ot the groom In Lit tle Sequachee Cove. Mr. Curtis is one of our best young men, and his bride is spoken of as a very fine young lady. We wish them unlimited prosperity. Coughing Spell Caused Death. t "Harry Duckwell, -aged 25 years, choked to death early yesterday morn ing at bis home in the presence of his wife and child. He contracted a slight cold a few days ago and paid but little attention to it. Yesterday morning be, was seized with a fit of coughing which continued for some time. His wife sent for a physician but before be could ar rive, another coughing spell came on and Duckwell dif-d from suffocation. St. Louis Globe-Democrat, Deo. 1, 1S)01. Ballard's Horehound Syrup would have saved him. 25c, 50c, and 11.00. For sale by Sequatchie Supply Store: Whitwell Drug Co. I I a Santa Claus has left a part T of his load with Cold w em. & Cha-idoin. See what they $ iituc uciuio walking t Christmas DurchHsas. w The News 52 papers, 50c. NON-RESIDENT NOTICE. Joseph Schwabn et al vs. R. P.Mones, To Reece Hunnicut, Clarence Hunnicut and Thomas Hunnicut. In this cause It appearing that the residence of the above named Reece, Clarenoe and Thomas Hunnicut Is un kuown, It is ordered that publication be made for four consecutive weeks in tbe Seauachee Valley News, notifying said parties (who are made defendants to this suit) to appear on or be lore toe first Monday in February next, to ap pear and make defense to tbe bill nied against them in this cause, or tbe alle gations therein will be taken for con fessed as to them and tbe cause set for hearing tx farte. This Dec l"tb, 1903. A. Lh KUB&USsUN, Clerk Sc. Master. Next Year is Election Year! KEEP POSTED ON ALL NEWS OF BOTH SIDES. For Raisins, Currants, Nuts, Oranges, Shredded Cocoanut, J and fresh Candies call on Coldwell & Chaudoin BMntW yfllM Kind Yw Hi Ham Bcagi Kftatan tf REDUCED PRICES ON THE KNOXVILLE Journal and Tribune, $5.00 $3.00 DAILY and SUNDAY, 1 year, in advance, by mail, DAILY without SUNDAY', 1 year, in advance, by mail, These rates good only when all baok accounts are paid, and not good for less than one entire year's subscription. ' All charged ac counts and rates less than one year, 50c per month with .Sunday's issue, 40 cents without Sunday issue. EAST TENNESSEE'S BEST DAILY PAPER BETTER THAN EVER BEFORE. The Journal & Tribune Co. To Cure a Cold in One Day Laxative Eromo (Jmnine raicts. ? ppJ Sevea KZSon Voxe od la pat 1 3 months. Thi3 ElSatnre, S-YT Cures Crip in Two Dry. ' cn every box. 25c