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$ . 9 jets f it rf n Ji Co.; BILL DOOLEY'S LETTER. 3 C 3 MEDICO niii.li to r.t-vk .vvt I iltry have few troulsli win. 'i n-i' nut I .- I ami liver irr.'L'i1!"''1' ''f- 11 1 sir k-' lr;;uf.'lit. St and Poultry Meli cine is a Imrrl ai.'l livir r--i:-ly f, ,r 1k. ll li'itx tlit- (.riT;i!: "f ilirt in ir. a iTfH (.."ifii.ii. Promim nt .Vurriran l.r":'lrr ;:nl fanners keep t I'rir l.rnK a'nl (! I'-lis 1 i 1 ) v I'V "'vie'.' ilii'ui nn ""ii- r it I'l.HK ! rau!lit UuK irme in tu'ii- i-,T rnstv luia l-ll,T U.' HI Vif.pi:n !;. il";ili"- (.' liT--';-lrftiicht StorL ii'iil irinc. If yours i!'"'' rls lor a .ar.-ite in:i:'ii! ii-'iir. r.. ! . M f I icintr (Jo., (Jhut-iii. I'onUry ,g food. Any siu.-k v.vi-.t mat at ..-.(-nt nail' pound air-tiri J5 -if f! is p.!1, li-'iii" from Si's ! ItH'l Kl'l' ") ll'S .it Ill Vi it Iralilt for ' a!lvl.'",. IV IV.iitrv M not. ;i"ivl -' i can t: the n ( 'iialtano ', UnooifU, 'i J;n. 3H, l !: ai.tl best 1 i-v rtri.-ii. 'lur I u mi a ut i fJ Roinir.M.n, fSv Btnc':r-.v Ji'!:iU i -' Medicine is tui stock was ki.::u!, bail wb mo tbe miidi.'ino and now tin - nr gcttinK so ii io. TUey arc tool: 'ng a per cent, better S. P. BROCKINOTON. 1 "MyfMlierlia'l been n nriirfrnm slokb-:i(lacrio for the Ittf-t tventy-tlvo jmirH unit never tuiir.d nni rellet until tin Ix'iiu tiikinK your Cnsi-uri'U. Kineo ho bus lieirnu tukiuir Cuscurots tin liaa tiover lut.l tin) lujiulaetin. fl'tny liuvo entirely curctl ltim. JRiMiret:i lo wlmt yon ret'omuicml tliem to ilo. 1 will Kivo you tho inivikici) of uaini; bis nniiir.' E.M. JJiclihori.liailiosiucrSt., W.lniliuuaiiolis, luU. 6 est For The Dowels Plna'titit. Pnliitablp, Potent. Taste Good, T)o (?onil, Ne'fT tsiiikeu, Weukeii or Uripe. tile, .'.e, Rile. Mver oiil in tint Jc. The ironiiine tablet Btimipyd C CJ C uuKrauioiii to enru ur your money oaeK. Sterlinp; Remedy Co , Chicago or N.Y. 508 It tf II r Tru Mil I in 11 unvrn The Trials of Women. The homes of this country are filled with women whoso trials utterly de stroy the joys nf existence. They are tho victims of female disorders and they do not get relief, and they are forcod to drap; through tbo weary years without tho hope of bntterdays. All such should ho advised to uso a fow bottles of ST. ANDK4S W'S WINE OF LIFE ROOT. It plants hope in hopeless hearts, the seeds of joy in joyless minds, whoso fruition is tho blooms of health on the cheek of the perfect woman, to whom the ills 01 her former existence are now the real zest of her pleasurable life. Thousands of women all over this land have tostified to the truthfulness of this assertion. TONICS FOR WOMEN. Uelicato women require a tonic. An iron tonic is vrood, but St. Andrew's Wine of Life Koot is boUor. While toning up tho system, purifying the blood and restoring exhausted nerves, it regulates any derangements, and Strengthens woman in the most sensi tive part of her organism. Trice SI. Oil per bottle. Ask your druggist, for it. Made only by ANDREWS MFU, CO., liristol, Tonn. 1 iser'xiissrit las - . at Tr4 vt r "v-vi ;.r-' .? jm near'. "43 tvT ' ii 1' ;1 r.f fl7 Hum r?f3 k'fsrfii I lit U USSU t.v'--i.i 'a B peons GAri The inatciiols t:cl in m.'uiiir.u-itiriii this Baking Powth r arc guar. t.i ti ed .1. 0 and wholesome. Satisfaction gu:ra;il'0 J or your money bLk by your denier. TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE insist on having Nothing lias ever equalled it. Nothing e.iit ever surpass it. l King's 0 fJssoo'JGry r Mix I MITItlN naft'ag.Ttiii "iPiMatiagB!awri I rrer A IVrfcct l or All Tar....t a . 1 Cure: I.r.f.g Tro::iiK s. Money back If It fail. Trial Dottles free Last Sunday morninjr 1 wm up on Little Sequacheo and wanted to (jet lioino very early in order to meet it fruit tree agent who was to bo at my house to spend Sunday with me and when 1 drovo to the. bank of tho rivor I saw that it bad risen to such an extent during tin' night that it was dangerous toeroMsil. Some of this boy taid 1 could grease my horses with my nw discovery ami they would fly across. 1 told then that that would bo breaking a promiso 1 made that 1 would not run any risk by crossing doep water. No uso (or a man to rcako promises to break. I won't go down in a doep well, won't chew sorry tobacco, I won't drink mean whUkoy if I can do any better and liover would rido behind a negro nor vote for one. As I have told you I was oft Saturday night it might be all right to tell you what my business was. 1 had been a rouiid distributing some satupla pacft. ages of toy liniment and appointing a few agents to sell the liniment think ing this better than to let it fall into the hands of drusrirists until I get it patented. Well, 1 guess it ali turned out the best for mo that 1 didn't get homo for Mrs. Dooley thinks that I have boon to see that widow again and says that if she finds out that 1 am out on the courting business instead of tho lini ment she will hunt that widow and put the stuff all over her and she will leave out for good. Tho namo of this lini ment will be Hill Dooley's Double Elec tric L rwuienl, and notio is genuine without, the signature of litll Doolny. It will be sold in connection with'Do fetchit's Love Powders. Now as the Road liond business has been settled indetinitely it. is time for the cotuiuisioners to get out from their places and begin to explain things to the voti rs before it has to be left to a vole of tho peopte. If there is not something done to got them right it w ill be defeated again. It seems funny how tome men who ought to have more uorso sense than to Ulk the way thoy do about making good roads under present conditions. We have been trying present conditions ever sinco I was old enough to work roads and we are still in a mud hole and will be until we makv gravelled roads. Some say tho tax will be assess ed so high that people can't pay the a mount. We would ask the man with tho shot gun and ever so many dogs and nothing else what he has got to do with this road business. We would ask such men where the bulk of this tax money conies trom and if ho can't give us the answer wo ciii give it to him. Wo have a railroad running from one end of this county to the other that would amount to something. Pittsburg and Whitwell would count for something in the way of tax. I don't think we would bo far wrong if we were to say the companies and owners of public property and min cral lauds would pay at least half or more of these scary taxos. It seems strange that the men who have got the least are doing the most bowling next to the large companies. Well, I guess the man with the (run and tho dog don't travel the roads very much so wo will let him out if ho will bush. Men who have real estate should use their influence and try to inform men who don't understand the full in tention of the bond question and show them the advantage of good roads. . There are any number of good men who have never thought enough about the road question to givo it justice. Vben they tirst heard it named it made thetn mad and they never tried to get in a good humor with it any more. Now let tis get right and count the cost and then count tho benefit it will be to the public, and then see if you are not better satistied about tho matter, Some man in the eastern part of tho county seems to bo dissatisfied about bond issues and says his district will never receive ."( cents benefit from the roads if it does pass. Now, buddy, your business is mostly in Hamilton county where they have good roads. Do you ever think that the good roads you are traveling cost something and every lax payer in Hamilton county helped to build and make these roads and you are enjoying the privileges of said roads as much as the men who payed the tax thatbuilt the roads, ' and to say that you should not travel thoso roads he cause vou did not help to build them would bo treating you with injustice The proposition is to buiid uni 'd from .Jasper to Kelly's Kerry and when you come to Ja.-prr you will have a good road to travel and if you don't come the Hamilton county people who comji to see us will have a good road to travel and then ou can piy tl.rm back for ti-a veHng t ueir mails. Till will be case ot .ill Lti.it djr.CMi lii'ip.ng pay '.tie fiddler. Now come across. parJ, and help us out ol tli- mud. Hill Kurke has bought out Ihe stock I of goods a:.i entire business formerly I cirri d on by Dudley l'eck at Inman, and has put. his fai herdii-law, Mr Priv i ett, there to c.i rr y on the business while j I'.iil tires ut. Hoot's uw mill. Hill j says M.."iO .er day is b ird to beat and ! lti.it tie would ralber fir- than to nioas i lire calico Y'.! ' don't think liiil told , it just like en thtijght. knows Mr. i 1'rivelt is capable of measuring culio and ho is c.iptble of firing a Saw mill and another thing Hill tn.int who has I wintered biuj for sunral winters, liili Houts, do you catch on. Now speaking ' fif Hilly llouts we must, we must say' there is something we don't understand Hill goes bettor dressed everyday than we tan when th circuit rider Is expect ed and we e him holding down a new fifteen-dollar saddle. (Io it while yen are young, Hill.. Yours truly, BILL DOOLEY. Better Than Goid. I was troubled for several years with chronic indigestion and nervous debili ty," writes J. F. (ireon, of Lancaster. N. 11. "No remedy helped mo until 1 began using Electric Hitters, which did me more good than all the medicine 1 ever usodi They have also kept my wile in excellent health for years. She says Electric Hitters aro just splendid for female troubles; that thry are a grand tonic and invigorator for weak, run-down women. No ether medicine can take its place in our family." Try them. Only aoc. Satisfaction guaran teed by Whitwell Drug Co. PRYOR COVE. .VAf'.i to tht Xews. C, E. Tato was here last week. J. ,1. Hrown moved to South Pittsburg last week. A nice snow fell here Sunday. Would like to say to Patsy that I got plenty to eat while there. If I hadn't wo ild not have stayed till tho water got hot. Can live on crout, beans and sand if nothing happens, as I have plenty of sand in my giziard. A. M. Kugoro returned home Ihurs '.V. .1. Lfwis was in the cove Sunday eve. Wonder if that young lady recovered her capo and chewing gum. L. (r. Haynes was in Kimball Sunday riding. A certain young man failed to see his girl Sunday, and his face was as long as a churn dasher. Say Mr. or Mrs. Hlackovo wo want you to head your piece next time. J. .M. Haynes, and two sons, Haiti ana Leonard, and A. M Kiliroro were on the mountain Monday ho hunting- The snow is a foot deep when you wade in it barefoot. W. 1). Hay no went to Jasper with both legs up. He was on a bard ankle inula. COAIMONT. A.v, i';.' Io lis.1 A'.Ti'. Will you allow a snow flake to join yi.ur club of correspondents'.' If so 1 would like vei'y tr.eeh to give you a few do's (om our beautiful little town. iVu are having some bid weather but it don't hinder the railroad building from going on. Put Carroll, ot W unwell, is hereon business this We"k. .lolin Campbell, of t'lousu Hill, is vis iting relatives and Triends here this u eek Mrs. Frank Thorp and Muster Lon, returned Tuesday night from a few j days via it to home folks in Tracy City, j .1. M. Norton ami son. (i. W., of Tarl-i ton were tho guests of John W. Dykes j ami family Thursday night. Porter says ho can't stay away from j Tracy City any longer. Ah! Porter, ws ' ail know the reason. It is because Miss ' i lives there. ' Master Sam Lnckh ait, of Altamon", is visiting his sister, Mrs. (ieo. Walter. ! Dillard (iriswalil ami Elmore Hobo were hero Sunday. Martin Abfrson and Murple tlriswald mado a flying trip to Altamont Satur day. lieo. Wagoner has returned from a few days visit to home folks in Laxon villo. Messrs. liubley, draff, Rankin and Lusk wero In Tracv Saturday. John Harris and 11. A. Ingram attend ed tber ludgo at Clouso Hill Saturday nitrht. Mr. aud Mrs. Lotuo Campbell look dinner with Mr. John Dykes and fami ly Sunday. Mr. and Mr.s. li. Walter have return ed from a few days visit to tho latlor's parents at Altamont. S. 11. (Iriswald was here last woel; on business. Will Tate and Will Lockhart, of Al tamont, were here Sunday. John I.oyd. his pipe and his mule was here last week aud as usutil his pockets were filled with seeds and sprouts. Snow-flako. Xt.Wa.ilM.l : i' i AM'pcl.'iltlo lVi'pnratitwrorAs i similntLi (Ucriulanilltcala -I tut. Ire 51m Uirif. lUultiowols of mi ILI a i i tin m 2& Tunueics Di'.slion.Clvvifiil r.c:v. mv.'i lfrsiVonl.Yms iumIIkt O.iiiim.Moi-plMiu' bor Mineral. Not v c otic. .'.V ftfM ' v,-!.. i'r Mst - '.. - ,"l f. ,ltt' '.ll..fa !!', iVv UhmT.-i'I !' 'iw.lv i''":rtinsiijvt i'.it.:iuu!' Sictiurh.Diarrlwoa Worms .( V iv; rl -Jinxs .IVvensh itcss flint Lessor 'SA.r.v.y. Mi f1 For Infants and Children. ;'Thfi Kind You Have j Always Bought Bears the Signature FARMERS' IMSTITUES. j Commissioner of Ai'i-iculturo Oigivio j has arranged for 1). S. Mills of Sweet-j water, to hold farmer's instutes through- j oat tho stata. The following dates i have been arranged for this valley: ! Jasper, Tuesday and Wednesday, March S . .l II. Il,,l., ll'nJni,U uti i Tlinrll." ra:rSirii j.tk'uil'.ii'O cf .1 j r 'rrr f. j CiJH-.-V.1. -. I Sr ', j ' kv:x YOiiik. Tp U : , 1 V'm I EXXT COPY OF VSAPPER. f ' I In Use ill" For Over Thirty Years It! mm re. NtVJ VOBII CITV. ,ir",t?,f'tl ''w'i'iV l 'iww -totoaitJa.V"iii'il If a woman gets angry she adds a new day, March ii and 10; Pikevill. Thtirs- wrinklo to her face. This is a nice pro vision of nature to lot the world know what kind of a husband a woman has. Hot Summer. HEALTH Means the ability to do a good day's work, without undue fatigue and to lind life worth living. You cannot have in digestion or constipation without up setting tho liver or polluting tho blood. Sunh a condition may bo best ana quickest obtained by Herbine, the best liver regulator that the world nas ever known. Mrs. I). W. Smith writes, April :i, 111(18: "i use Herbine und find it the bi;st medicine for constipation and regulating tho liver I ever used." Price r,o cents. For sale by Siquatchie Supply Store, und Whitwell Drug Co. day and Friday, March 10 and 11. Party Given. Miss Louise Hill entertained a num ber of ber friends at the home of her father, Maj. Thomas II. Hill, Friday evening, and a goodly number were present among whom were: Missoe. Agnes Milbrandt, Lydia Oustafson, Icie Kelly, Jonnie Harris, Thula Martin, Lou Harris, Matbilde Oustafson, Juliette Hopkins, Verda Hennett, Violet Croxier, Haltie O'Neal, Laurol Crozier, Mrs. Standifer Hennett, chaperone. Messrs. ITCH RINGWORM. 10. T. Lucas. Wingo, Ky., writes, A-1 pril :J.", 100:-': "For Id to Pi years I had been alllicted with a malady known as! tho 'itch.' The itching was most tin-j bearable; I bad tried for years to find ( lief, having tried nil remedies that I ' could hear of. besides a number of doc- ' tors. I wish to state thatone singlo ap- I plication ol Hallard's Snow Liniment cured mo completely aril permanently, i Since then I have used tho liniment on ; two separate occasions for ringworm unit' it cured completely, 25c, fills and S a bottle. For sale by Sequatchie Supply Store: Whitwell Drug Co. , The NV.vs 52 papers, 50o. W. K. Rm;KKS. S. I'tTTSit ic. Ti:vc. 3 2 sa;: "I tiave used (llis Native lttilis i f tin Calanii of I tie Stnnen'ti. ,oid it Iris 1 dune me more ood tlian any otlur S ? i Lonedy 1 ever used. I gladly t'ccointMeiid ? h the int.'itieinc to all siiflVrine; as 1 did." J,T;57 snufSTHsne vXKWTmrrwimxsisMMiaMJumta Willi you have headaches, tongue is coated, bad breath, bowels con stipated, bad taL-te m the motith? If not all of these symptoms, them? a tntui some ot I your liver. 1 J It's -Ttf Aft jar Fab- jt r. ii. v n i i w tt i (i ri" is a natural vegetable remedy, cotitainin&f no mineral or i.J narcotic poisons. It will correct any or all symptoms, make your health, appetite aud spirits good. At druggists, 50 cents. FOtt SALE BY" SKQUATCIIIK SUITLY STOKE Jim Harris, Robert Harris, Hob Lee, Craig llawlings, Jim Hoge, Edwin Pryor, John Edgsman, Will Hennett, Herchel Kelly, Walter Crosier, Hop Kelly, John llouts, Master Walter Hopkins. A1 Its BLISS NATIVE HERBS. CROUP Hegins with the symptoms of a common cold; there is chilliness, sneezing, sore throat, hot skin, quick pulse, hoarse ness and impeded respiration, (live frequent small doses nf Ballard's Horo hound Syrup, (the child will cry for iti and at the first sign of a croupy cough, apply frequently Hallard's Snow Lini ment to the throat. Mas. A. Vliet, New Castle, Colo., writes, March Pith, 11101: "I think Hal lard's Horehound Syrup a wonderful remedy, and so pleasant." 2.1c, o0o and 51.(10. Sold by Soquatcbio Supply Store, and Whitwell Drug Co. SYDNEYTON, TENN. Special to the Xr.vs. School at this place is progressing nicely under the supervision of Miss Mary Henderson, of Charleston. Health In this vicinity is reasonably good with tho exception of colds. Miss Mattio Eads visited Miss Aman da Hooper Sunday. Clemmio King of McPherson, called on Miss Pearl Carlton Sunday after noon. Since Frank Car! ton visited in S -quae bee Valley last July, all his Ulk is about the pretty girls he met. Miss Minnie Dugnn spent Friday night with Miss Myrtle Sbarpe. Messru. C. I), and W. 11. Chan.blin, of Calhoun, were in our vicinity Jan. IT on business. Evergreen. BOX of liliss Native Herbs is a family doc tor ahvavs in the house. use prevents and cures Constipation, Dys pepsia, Kidney and Liver Trouble, Skin Diseases. Rheuma tism and inauv lilood diseases. It is purely vegetable contains no min eral poison aud is pre pared in Tablet and Powder form. Sold in One Dollar boxes with a Guarantee to cure or money back, nage Almanac telling treat disease sent on request. .MKDICIXr. MAIl.Kl) PROMPTLY I'.Y JAMES CARLOCK, S. Pittsburg, Tenn., THE alonz(7o7bliss CO., WASHINGTON, D. C. 200 DOSES $1.00' Our 3: how ti IT WILL ONLY COST ONE CENT Hi buy a postal card and send to Tim New York Tribune Km titer. New Y01 k fc'ity, for a free specimen copy. 'I he Ncw-Yoik Tr'butie Farmer is a National Illustra ted Agfit tiiUiral Weekly fur Fanners und their families, and every issue lontiiins matter instructive ami enter tainin to every member of the family. The price is SI per year, hutifyou like it you can secure it. with our ; local newspaper, The News, Sequachee, Tenn., at a bar gain. Both papers one year only SOe, .Send your order and money to The News, Sequachee, Tenn. l'UOMAS ii. HILL. leading high gradp perfumes. I Exquisitely dslicats, and true to the flowers. Superior lasting qualities. MONEY cannot buy finer per fumes than those manufactured under the name of j ) i i 1 ! FLEURALEES Shot in Row. Wm. and Lu'hur D.vis anj a family named Pendergast had a row at, lhe Hattle Creek bridge near S011U1 Pitts burg last we-k. nd William was shot in the arm and side. The other partici pants were variously injured but none seriously. You Kuow What Vou Are Taking 1 When you take Grove's Taitelr-s I Chill Tonic because lhe formula is I plainly prinwd on every bottle show-1 ing that that it is simply Iron and Vui nino in a tasteless Torin. No Cure, No Pay. Vic All the popular odor?: ( arnntiim I'lnb I'nli ' ik. r (''stiaf. "J "''be, Jockey Club, ;.-'il l Tieiilft Lilly of llie Vallev. 'NVW I WTt-i-)rM Espagnc, Hose ; 'oavt's' wcet l tas, la i 1 Tniiline- Arhntns. VJ2j3i' S' J "J1L'l vmto iictio- eu"., 11 11119 A.llrt,, 1 ""'"' White Rose, Viang Viang, and Sandalwood. If tmrjfocKls arc not told in your town tend ti;' get to The Cincinnati Perfume Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. Wc v. il! m ike it to the interest of driers to writr ut lor quoUtittns. r. Notary Public: Cejtilicste of Appointment filed in U S. Pension Oiiiccs. ter t '( ) H UKH I 'ON I F.jS ( K m . It-i . isiritig to iurcl;ase Ihi d for n t-iJt-t-poses TITLES ex-, mined. it in persons d' or t.-irni!iitr pur- SEQUACHEE, TENN. Sequachee Water Works. Office: Marion ETonse. Residents of feeqnachee Imvt- all 'he privilege in con nection wiii Water Services; rj u h 1 io mn first -lnt.-)iy The supply is taken from Cunibi'r'ui'-'' hImhi ropt i ri vi 350 ft Pii'vatiou. Three mi ... , . j.. r- . . 'u TT , . , ,li WHITE'S CREAM V V ORMS! v e r stitFUGE i: ) ....-it .-rta-. H-ri l-i g.imitr. 1 i-1 iT A. Xj Vj t. JX. T." JAM3 -r .li T IS Is S5 . P.AU.ARD. St. Louis. W II E Is' V O l WANT GOOD PRINTING do ne Seasonably k i: n d it to it 8 Grove's Tasteless Chill To me has Etaod the test 25 years. Averasa Annual Sales over One end a Unit Million hottles. Does thh record of nserit appeal to yoxj? No Ciir e, f io Pay. 50c ticiOsej witii every otue U a Ten Cenl .ace CI Urovc block Root, Liver puis.