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Exquisitalr daiicato, 2nd trui to iTa (lowers. superior lasting qualities. cam.fi 1-uy finer per- f aim than those mum.! U'turcd under iU n:.i..c of FLEUHALEES Al! the popular odors: Carnation l ink, Crab Apple 1! 1 o s s o in , 1 rmch Roses, Jns u,i;u Jocki-y Clui), I.:; Yiuiie, Lilly of the V alloy, New .V.i.wn llay, l'cau. ho l'.spagnc, Rose 1 eaves, Sweet 1'eas, Trailing Arbutus, Violet, liito llelio troe, White Lilac, Whin Rose, Ylanr Ylanp, and Sandalwood. If our (f(K)ds arc nut soli! in your town send direct to us. The Cincinnati Perfume Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. Vc will netke it to the interest of dealers to write us for quotations. HfiS A HOKE REPUTE For the Cure of Rheumatism, Lives' and Kitlssey Lndorsed by hundreds of per pie it has cured in its home city. j. I Has won a REFUTATION ..' to be proud of. A trial will convince you of its r; for you will be benefitted from the first dose. Write to us for Free Sample and id let of Testimonials. Price $ I , a bottle, oix bottles ! Sold by your druggist, or addrev SANO REMEDY C Cleveland, Ohio, SANO PILE CURE Works Womters. ?r!o FIRST-CLASS HINGLES CUT OR SAWN Delivered in any quantity f. o. b Sequuehee, and war ranted No. 1 quality. For prices apply to J. W. CRUTCH FIELD, SEQUACHEE, TENN. StaTOrders mav fil.g' le lelt at the News Office. Sequacliee SO YEARS' EXPERIENCE Trade Marks Designs Copyrights Ac. Anrone ttfrndlnii a ultctrh and description irmy quickly luicertniii our opinion free wliether an Invention la prohnhly pHtontHbll. Comniuntcft tloiin rdrlctlTconlliloiitliil. HANDBOOK on Patent! ent free. Oldettt nirenry for necunntr palfiitit. Hntenta taken throuirh Munn ft Co. receive ipri-iiil notice, without cloture, lu the Scientific American. A htnrtnomflly llliitrntd weekly. T.nrpert clr cntntton vt any nrketitltlo journal. Terms. f'A m jenr ; four months, f L. bold by all ncwurtoalere. MUNN & Co.36,Bro,dw"- New York Branch omce, 628 F BU WuhlDKtun. 1). (J. LEGAL BLANKS can be secured from us. HILL it SON. Sequachee, Tenn., Leader in Fine Jolt Printing CbAU UL Ail I til lAill Btt CtHiati brup. 'Iimm it xl. UN I I Tioa Scud model , sJtutcii or photo of invention for 1 1 freereporton patentBhllitv. For free book, (' LOCAL. J. O Campbell went to Jasper Satur day. Our subscription list continue to (frow. W. M. IiotiM went to South Pittsburg Tuesday. C. E Cunningham went to Chutta nouffii Tuesday. Tbo fruit crop l reported to be b-tter than expected. J. S. Dealc i lit triable a vixi' to South Pittiburg Tunsd.iy. Mr. (I. Sherman left for points ;n North Alabama Tu-d v. Pout .W, (J. A It., h-:UU U. regular meeting Saturd iv next at II u. w D. Hopkins is ha viie; a commodious barn builton big property km Overt St. Liberal commission j p H to agents solieiting subscriptions for the Ncvts. The much looked for "black berry winter' arrived on the firs', of tin- w-ek. W. f. Hill s.nd sister. Mis, Louise, hoard the DeWitt Miller lecture at .lav per Thursday niuiit. A neat, fence lias been erected bi tw.-eil tbo resident's occupied by W. T. Thom as and C. K. Cunningham. A moving picture exhibition by Mr, W. A. (Jihunoy. of !)unlap, will be "iv en at the Town Hall, to-morrow night.. The Moru;il Minstrel Troup, a newly formed organization, tnadii SKI dollars off its first nights performance. Rev. S. P. Angel held regular services at school house here and Coppingor Chap -1 in Little Sequachee Cove Sunday Tho much talked of postofHcn at Etna Mines has at last been established, and has been given tho euphonious name of "Roope." Dr. W. H. Schultz, who formerly re sided hero, but who das been practicing bis profession at Whiteside, Tenn., bas moved to Cleveland, Tenn. James Carlock, agent for the Native Herb Remedy, whs in our midst Monday on his way to Victoria. Mr. Carlock has beon sick for i or three weeks. A feature of the close of tho public here June Hrd will be a presentation of the play "Deestriet Saule" by tho scholars, besides several specialties. TO FARMERS Your name and ad dress on '50 envelopes for 7."c; 100 for 4;)r. Have undelivered letters returned to you. The price is cheaper than you Can buy tho unprinted envelopes' R. J. Brown will erect a handsome and commodious dwelling on bis farm between hern and Jasper, known as the Johnson place. Henry Kent will bo the architect and builder. Don't Think because you have taken many remedies in vain that your case is incurable. Hood's Sarsaparillahas cured many seemingly hope Uess cases of scrofula, catarrh,.rheumatlsm, kiduey complaint, dyspepsia and debility, . l'rof. Giboney has recently given two entertainments in Dunlap. They were both well patronized and much enjoyed. In fact lean hardly say too much Jot rrot. liloonny as an entertainer, "tm mense" is the most appropriate word I can think of. J. A Alkxandkii, P. ZM Dunlap, Tenn. AtTown Hall tomorrow night. Tho courtesy of conductor R. A. Doss of the Jasper branch, N. C. & St. L. R'y is one of tho winning cards for the pop ularity of the Sequachee Valley line. Capt. Doas is au employe of which any road should fuel lucky to retain. Tren ton Oa., Sentinel. 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 ana iiik bKyuAfiiKK vai.i.ky akwp, both one year for $1. Subscribe now, while you have the chance. tf Prof, tiiboney'g entertainment last night was one of the most delightful we have beard for sotno time. It was nil ed with humor and pathos; interesting and instructive, Such an entertain merit as helps both young and old, and makes an impression for good W. U. Tx'KNKY, Principal Watertown Training School. At town Hall to-iuorrow night. The last feature of the Jasper Lyceum course was given at Jasper Thursday night being a lecture on "Love, Court ship and Matrimony," by DeWitt Mil ler, given in the M. E. Church, south. Mr. Miller's lecture proved ery enter taining and abounded with witticism and jest with a deeper current running through his utterances. A small, but representative audience thoroughly en joyed the evening. Appeal Bonds Made. NASHVILLE, Tenn., May. ritn.- Bonds have been executed by the Cum berland Telephone A. Telegraph com pany on an appeal to the Supreme Court from the decree of Chancellor Allison ousting the company from the state. The relators to the bill also mado bond and appealed from so much of the decreet of the Chaneellor as adjudges that the state of Tennessee is not entit led to the relief asked for upon the ground that the defendant company had failed to Die a copy of its charter in the office of the Secretary of the State, and had failed to register abstracts of its charter in each of the counties of the State in which the defendant was doing a business. Tbe decree is also appeal ed from inasmuch as it adjudges the proof failed to sustain the charge that poles and wires had been erected upon the rights of way of turnpike company without permission and tbe charge that the rates charged were unreasonable and eitortionate. The Supreme Court will resu u" tbe c9 in December. SCOTT'S chumim r.mulsion is the I f j and of the c; lift.1 oi thousands of ' ' 1 1 .lil.i I l li'f'.ren. : :U;i Scott's Kami- y.'v the ileh and ; i : i necessary for t!vj T i. r, ,ir.nption and the ;' .; of l.t :dy loses from v:-.i i -disease, u" v.Twn Scott's Emul-do.-i this and more. It is SIO' a pi )si. sustaining food and tonic for the special trials that wom.-n have to bear. To children Scott's Emul- sion gives food and strength for growth of ileh and bone ana biood. bur pale girls, for thin and sickly boys Scott's bmulsion is a great help. Send for free sample. SCOTT Si. BOWNS, Chemists, 409-415 Pearl Street, New York. 50c. and $ I .OO j all druggists. G3AHAM COVE. Special la tiic ,ivs. Planting corn is the order of the day. We had a good rain over here. Miss Ellon Bryant is sick. John Higdon's mule jumped from un der him one day last week. Miss Cora Higdon visited Misses Ma ry and Cora Heeno o,ne day last week. Kegglng pumpkin seed is the-biggest thing in lirabaru Cove. All the people go to Sam Iteeno's to get them, but he tells them he hasn't got them. M.ss Aletba Graham visited Mrs. James Iligdon Friday. Wade Harp is working for L. B. Burn ett. Kelly Quarlos had a long talk with his friend John Higdon Sunday. John Harp is tbe greatest hog raiser in Marion county. Well, Jitnmio from the Wire Fence, has jumped at Scudder with two or three letters, and ho hasn' t said any thing yet, but bo is coming out now to let Jimmie know that be isn't dead yet. He has just come out of his grave since Jimmio bas called on him, Jim mie wants to know what kind of fruit Suudder would represent if ho was go ing through town on a donkey. Ho would represent peaches, and tbey would be so high that Jimmy couldn't reach them with all tbe money he bas got, for he cau't do anything but hunt. I guess he was in the bunt when tbey caught those pole cats, and I guess that the reason that be smelied so loud at church. When he saw Scudder be took tbe big eye. We never fail to read the News, and we aro going to try to write as long a letter as Jimmy from this on, and tbey can't slur Scudder enough to make him mad. Kelley Quarles bad another 4x4 smile on his face, Sunday, and it was on his face all the afternoon. Every time you see Horace Belk he is riding a horso with an ankle as large as a beer keg, but he sure does make, him get up and rise. Scudder. A TEXAS WONDEH. IlaU'rj Great Discovery. One small bottle of tbe Texas Won der, Hall's Great Discovery, cures all kidney and blaJaer troubles, removes gravel, cures diabetes, weak and lame backs, rheumatism and all irregular! ties of tbe 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 $1. One small bottle is two month s treatment and will cure any case above mentioned. Dr. E. W. Hall, sole manufacturer, P. 0. Box 6'J9, St. Louis, Mo. Send for testimonial. Sold by all druggists. Kead This. Dr. E. W. Hall, St. Louis, Mo. Dear Sir: Having tried various remedies without satisfactory results, I was per suaded to give your "Texas Wonder" trial. 1 have used one bottle, and al though my case is one of long standing that baffled tbe skill of tbe best phys ician, yet it yielded at once to the "Texas Wonder," which I heartllly re commend to all suffering from kidney and bladder troubles. Yours truly YT. H. BRUTON, Pastor Baptisi Church Ripley, Tenn MARKET REPORT. (Furnished by C. L. Roberts, Dunlap.) Eggs, per doz. IV ic Chickens, per It) 15c Hens, per lb 7c Roosters, each 10c Ginseng, dry, per tt " S3.00 Beeswax, per tt Feathers, per fb 2:c(t40c Wool, (. lear W ashed, per It. . . .24c fit Wool, Burry, per tt 10c'itl5c 1 allow, per in 3 Hides, Green Salt per lb 5e Hides, Dry Salt, per lb sc Hides, Dry Flint, per lb loc WE LEAD. when it comes to doing Joh Printing promptly and neatly CHESTNUT REYIYED Southern Railway Officials Again Talk (?) About the Mem phis Extension. The Southern It.iil wav officials have heen in Chattanooga this week, and according to latest re purls the conjpr.ny construct a line along the new route which was surveyed ahout two months ago The linn is parallel with tho pres ent line, of ihe Nushville. Chatta nooin it St Louis Irooi Stevenson to Ihidgeport, Ala., where it branches off and oes in the direct ion of South I'lttsliurg and the Suck in Tennessee river. The of ficials sta'ed that no actual decis ion had vet been made. DEBT REAIOVED. town nail Iov btanus as a Monument to the Enterprise of Sequachee's Citizens, Tbo debt on the Town Hall is practi- ally removed. Tomorrow Treasurer Hill will pay SJo.OO received from the Sequachee Dramatic Club to tbo parties to whom tho debt of S4U.4S was owing, and the remainder of the amount is generously given by Mr. G. Sherman of this city, as his part in assisting tho enterprise of public-spirited citizens. Tbe work of completing tbe Hall will be continued vigorously. STANLEY. Special to Ihe News. Planting corn and cano is tbe order now. How about that wedding last Thurs day. T. H. Ricbio, Sr., captured him a bride of 45 summers up at Chattanooga last Thursday. Her name was Mrs. Mary Goff. Tboso who know her say she 1b worthy of becoming the bride of an old pensioner. We wish them suc cess and happiness through the re mainder of their career. Mr. and Mrs. James Lusk of Albion View were visiting relatives in this vi cinity last week. Tbe people of this section are highly elated over tbe proposed building of the lock and dam across tbe Tennessee riv er at tbo Skillet. It was reported at first that it would be put in at the Suck but such is not the case. The Skillet is about 5 or 6 miles below the Suck, and is a much bettor place 'to build at. It is reported that work will begin Ju ly 1. Wben completed such facilities have never come to the city in the freighting line of business as this will bring to Chattanooga. This lock and dam have been talked about for several years, but no definite action has ever been taken. It is to be hoped it will prove a go this time. Mr. Davis and Mr. Sbelton have ship ped the last of their tanbard which bas been packed on the river bank since last fall. D. C. Massengale of South Pittsburg, makes a trip every week boating sand for Messrs. Patton and Wilson of South Pittsburg. Quite a crowd attended the communi on services at the Pot Church last Sun day. Mr. liobert fattou ana lints ana John and D. C. Massengale, of South Pitts burg, were guests of our postmaster Monday and Tuesday nights. Dan Coombs and bis daugbter mien, of Hamilton county, were visiting rela tives in tbis section last Sunday. We bave a very good prospect of plenty of fruit tbis year. Many thanks for that. WATCH US GROW. Miss Minnie H. Hale. of While- side, Tenn., renews her subscrip tion. WATCH US GROW. Mrs. Maggie Hinkle, of Geary, Ga., Hgfiin reads the News. WATCH US GROW. E. A. Ashburn, ot Whitwell, re news his subscription. WATCH US GROW. A. L. Bracken, of Let, Tenn., re news his subscription. WATCH US GROW. L F. Dickson, Frost, Texas, or ders the News. WATCH US GROW. Wm. M. Houts, of Sequathee, kindly renews his subscription. WATCH US GROW. M EALTH i fully restored bv the II jf nt altorative and tonic, Hood's Sr.iiiiirilla, Htiil vou iriiieniiNT the old sKvintr. health IS WEALTH. giff0E5i ; A cgctable Preparation for As -similatinfj Uicr'oodandRcgula ling the Stomachs and Dowels of Promotes Digcslion.Cheerful ncss andHest.Contains ncilhcr Opium, Morphine nor Mineral. Tsot Narcotic. fc yJit Sertl' .VAWr.fcir- fUnp.lM- Aperfecl Remedy forConslipn Hon , Sour Stomach, Dinrrlkica Worms .Convulsions .Fcvcrish ness find Loss of Suet:!1. FacSimilc Signature of NEW YORK. EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER. you have headaches, tongue is npctieu, oaa taste in me mqutn ivot all of these symptoms, then some of them? 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Largest peach nursery In the world. Addrexs, J. C. HALE, Winchester, Tenn. IN CIRCULATION The News Leads Them All ! Im i IIEiiiiL'u For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature in Use For Over Thirty Years I o TMI eiNTauR COMMNV. HIV YO OlTT. coated, bad breath, bowels con- r it O natural vegetable remedy, containing no mineral or narcotic poisons. It will correct all symptoms, make your health, 4 t