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i Mis Don Tt of South I'llUburir, Ik visiting Mr. 8. L. Rohi-h. A. 0. Cbaudoin went to Wbitwfll evening returning Saturday. Mr,, and Mr. Jumo Byrl of J2tn, ar rived Friday on a visit to rwlativm. Cbancpry Court root at Pikevilln Tuesday before Judge E M llarton. S. F. Sroltu of VVhit''lI, was in town to attend U. A. B. meeting Saturday. Misa Ada Randle of Bridpnport, Ala., arrived Saturday ort a visit to Mis True RandlH. Gi'o. D. Smitu of Whitwell, was bern Monday on his way to attend ChancTy ' Court at Jaspnr. Rev. b". P. I'r.yor, after a brief visit bere, leturned to bis botue at Me Kenzit". Tenn., Friday. Tbe junior baneballistg of the town took two (fames of ball from the South Pittsburg juniors Thursday. Mr. Robert,, President of Chattanoo ga Normal College, was in town Thurs day and paid us a pleasant call. A funeral service In memory of Jack son Lee will be held at Owen Church Sunday. Aiig. 21. Everybody Islnvited. Mrs. James Dcgnan of South Pitts burg, and children, vlsitpd friends bere Thursday, coming up bero with the ex cursion. Lillian, the little daughterof Mr and Mm. John Kingsley Ford of Jasper, died Thursday, and the body was taken to C leveland for interment. Sick headache results from a disord ered condition of the stomach and is quickly cured by Chamberlain's Stom ach and Liver Tablets.. For sale by all druggists. The resumption of the morning mail Monday morning is a real convenience and gives all a chance to go up the val ley and return the same day as a pas senger coach is attached to the train. The county court of Hancock County elected Mrs. (Jeneva Parker notary pub lic. The Secretary of State refused her a commission as women are not eligible to act as notaries public in this state. Mrs. C. S. Jennings, Boston: "Our ba bies (twins) were sickly. Had soveral doctors, but - no results, llollistfr's Rocky Mountain Tea made them strong and robust. 35 cents. Tea or Tablets Ask your druggist. D. A. Ragsdale, of Victoria, on bis way to Tracy City Tuesday with two big wagon loads of fine melons, called in with a special melon for the News which weighed 27 lbs. Who can beat that'.' 'Tis said a bottle and a glass Will make a person mellow, But Rocky Mountain Tea's the drink That livens up a fellow. Ask your druggist. , C. A. Bedell, of "cherry bounce" fame, was granted a new trial In tbe case in which he was found guilty of vi olating tbe internal revenue laws last April, trial to take place in Chattanoo ga at October term. Comforts the heart, strengthens the mind. It's good, ill or well. Makes one's face bright as asummer morning. That's whatllollister's Rocky Mountain Tea does. 35 cents. Tea or Tablets. Ask your druggist. I. E. Annis, C. W. Olson, and Rev. J. E. Burnett of Chattanooga, arrived here Thursday night to examine this place as a probable site tor tbe location of a camp ground for the M. E. church. They returned to Chattanooga Friday to make report later. A little forethought may save you no end of trouble, Anyone who makes it a rule to keep Chamberlain's Colic, Chol era and Diarrhoea Remedy at hand knows this to be a fact. For sale by all druggists. MARKET REPORT. (Furnished by C. L. Roberts, Dunlap.) Eggs, per doz. n.''c Chickens, per ft Nc Hens, per lb 7 Roosters, each 10 Uirfsoug, dry, per ft sM-UO Golden Seal, Dry, per lb, "Oo Beeswax, per ft 22c Feathers, New Goose, per lb 80c Wool, Unwashed, No Burrs, per lb.. '20c Burrv, per lb 10c & 15c Tallow, per' ft 4c Hides, Green Salt per lb 5o " Green Unsalted per lb 5c - Dry Salt, per lb He Dry Flint, per lb lc FIRST-CLASS SHINGLES cut or SAWN. DELIVERED in any quantity F. O. B. Sequachee, Tenn., and warranted No. 1 quality. --" For Prices apply to J. W. CRUTCHFIELD, SEQUACHEE, TENN. Orders may be left at the News oftice, Sequachee. r tnltS 1U All liil I Aitt, 1,1 h uwk tum iwut Cm r 1 rr in . .ii a .--! ! LOCAL. Peaches are selling in Roane county for 4nc a crate. Miss Mathilde Gustafson left for Montagle Thursday. The schedule time of the new train i isS:U8 a. ro.. ana o.in v. .u. ' Charles Holloway and Robert Cantrell of Whitwell, were In town luesday. liev. S. P. Angel and John M. Ger reo of Whitwell, were in town Monday evening. Prof. R. M. Barton, who assumes chartr" Of inn puonc kuuu i, ... town Tuesday. An automobile party spent Tuesday night at the Hotel Marion leaving for Tracy Wednesday. Correspondence from Maeedonia Chap el is not published because name of writer is not sent with it. Good reliable agents for tbe News are wanted at every place in the valley and neighboring points. Miss Ada Randle returned to ber home at Bridgeport yesterday after a short but pleasant visit here. C. C. Liwson, the meat man, has re sumed delivering orders in tr.is city, coming Tuesdays and Saturdays. Tbe public school we understand will op-n Monday with Prof. R. M. Barton in charge, and Miss Agnes Lasater as- S'HUIlt. John D. Houts celebrated bis 22nd birthday Tuesday by giving a number of his friends a watermelon feast at tbe Blowing Spring. Mrs. C. E. Cunningham and Mrs. It. J. Brown, and children, visttcd Mrs. J. W. Graham at South Pittsburg Wednes day and Thursday. HOOU'S Sursaparilla is the medi cine lor impure blood, eruptions, weakness d general debility it positively and absolutely CURES. Tbe iron bridge known as the Hoge or Upper bridgo crossing Big Sequacbee Riv,.r on the Kelly' ferry Koaa is tie lng moved to a situ several hundred yards up the river, work being com menced Tuesday of last week. A daily paper for one dollar a year is an innovation but the St. Louis World n he obtained for such sura. The Ku.- can he furnished with it for 3uc uip nr si. 80 for both papers one year Remember the publishers of the World aeree to send it to you every day for one year for such sum. The Jasper baseball team failed to put in its appearance Saturday after noon. An interesting game was played however with the score 4 to 2, and only $3.25 worth of material was destroyed, Manager Houts says "And still there are people who can't understnnd that It takes money to run a ball team, or that Si 5. 00 won in daving games in three years wont last forever." Mrs. Grundy was the recipient Wed' nesdaj of a fine basket of grapes from Mr. Chris Wanner of Sequachee City. Mr. Warner has one of the best vine yards in the State. Mrs. Grundy, Tra- ey City. This brings to our mind also some fine grapes that Mr. Wagner brought to us last week of the Moore's Diamond variety. Mr. Wagner tells us that be has sold over 600 lbs. of these grapes in Tracy City at 4c per lb , so far this year. The Cumberland Presbyterian Schools of South Pittsburgand Whitwell which picnicked here Thursday expressed themselves as delighted with the day and the town and voted a unanimous vote of thanks to the Trustees of the Town Hall for the use of tbe building during the day, and also to Mr. Sher man for the use of Spring and grounds. LOONEYS' CREEK. Special to the News. Ask Miss Georgia Raulston how she enjoyed the singing Sunday. Luthur Grant made his regular trip down the road Sunday. Miss May Graut looked pleased Sun day evening. If you want to see Miss Lula Teague blush just ask tier about that follow. Lige Ridge was seen up the road Sun day. Ask Miss Ida Barber how she likes peaches. Asa ( ondra bad that big old time grin on bis face Sunday. Bill Barber is sawing logs this week. His partner Will Pickett got his ankle mashed but we think be will recover. ' Prof. Clark says he likos to teach school at Hick's Chapel. Ira Bridges put in good time talking at the singing. Miss Georgia Raulston says she would rather go to school at Hick's Chapel than on tbe Creek. Prof. Kay says he likes to go to par ties. Long & Greasy. The Death Penalty. A little thin? sometimes means death. Thus a mere ni(re scratch, insignificant cuts or puny boils have paid the death penalty. It is wise to have Bucklen's Arnica alve ever handy. It's the best salvo on earth and will prevent fatality when Burns. Sores, L'lcers and Piles threaten. Only Tm, at Whitwell Drug vo. STABBING AFFRAY. tDattanooga, August 17. Will Ward a young man of Bridgeport, Ala., stab- Dea Ward pool, a brick masoh, here yes teraay, in the St. James bar. Ward was in tba city with his wife, and Pool la said to have made soma remark aooui oer which angered him. Pool re ceived slashes In forearm and back but will recotir. Ayers This falline of vrmr hair f Stop it, or you will soon be bald. Give your hair some Ayer's Hair Vigor. The fall ing will stop, the hair will flair Vigor grow, and the scalp will be clean and healthy. Why be satisfied with poor hair when you can make it rich? At.Y'I !',', v?r'T "."' "t. I tlmn tried ih. f,.ni. v"r V'd " "opii.il uft 1 utK,i.,"Wi,,r r'n)' " ' tl'K-K " 3Cat;(!i. !YC.Url, U 8-''1'"- ?1.00 a bottle. All tlrtiefWtK. J. O. ATEKOO., T"w.. V.i WATCH US GROW. Howard Phelps of McMinnvil'e will read the News hereafter by the consideration of Mi.w Mona Phelps. WATCH US GROW. Geo. D. Smith, of Whitwell, re news Ins subscription this week. WATCH US GPvOW. D. Ragsdale, of Victoria, renews his subscription to the Old Relia ble. WATCH US GROW, Chas. Holloway, of Whitwell now reads the News. WATCH US GROW. L. C. Browning, of East Lake, Ala., renews bis nubsoription to the Old Reliable. . WATCH US GROW. HAVRON'S CHAPEL. Special to the News. Sunday school was held here Sunday and largely attended. There was a singing bore Sunday and a large crowd was present. - J. L. Minter took dinner with John Belk Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Layne and Mr. Higdon took dinner ab John Belk's Sunday. Misses Cora Higdon and Lillie Min ter wero visiting the Misses Harris Sunday. Mr. Price, of Jasper, attended singing here Sunday. A certain couple looked awful sweet Sunday with tbeir little caps on. A certain young man was smiling sweetly at his girl Monday eve. Arthur and Miss Myrtle Belk were visiting in Graham Cove Sunday, re turning home Monday eve. Wonder if those two couples enjoyed ed themselves out walking Monday. Old Tab has changed his name again He thought be had things smoothed over. Well just look at his piece from Shellraound and you will see he was Old Tab. Now, Hoot Owl, look in last week's paper. Some one from Shellmound has been throwing off on Havron's Chapel for a long time and there never has been any thing from here said about Macedonia, their singing or anything. These poo' pie here are all nice well-bred people and don't try to run anyone down. I don't think it looks vory nice for any one to throw oil on their own home and neoDle but still they do. If we do boat you in singing don't try to down us, just try to build up Macedonia to bo e- qual to Havron's Chapol. They say they say they want to drop this contro versv. Why don't they do it then. Thev ourht to have done that before for we have never saia anyioing. Mr. and Mrs. Criss Belk spent Sun- dev night with J. S. Bolk. Mr. and Mrs. Amos nave rfiurneu from a visit to Chattanooga. John Horace and Chris Belk we visiting at Sequachee Monday. Peach Blossom. CURES SCIATICA. Rev. W. L. Riley, L. L. D. Cuba, New York, writes: "After fifteen days of excruciating pain from sciatic rheuma tism, under various treatments, I was induced to try Ballard's Snow Liniment; the first aDDhcation giving my tlrst re lief and the second entire relief. I can give It unqualified recommendation." 25c, 50c, 1-00. Sequatchie Supply Store. Graveyard Cleaning. Everybody interested is requested to meet next Saturday morning week. Aug. the 27th, for tbe purpose of cleaainc off the praves at the Knox uraveyara, near rslin ChaDel. This Aug. 17, V.m. Do not forget to bring tools to do the work. Daniki. Pitmax. W. C. Moouk. Every Movement Hurts Wh.n ton have rheumatinm. MuKrli- art tiff and ore and jointu are painful. Hucxl'i 8araparllla ro rif ht t to. .pot in thi. di . iiutrali we aiuy i m okxxi ana radically turea. imUHnmutuw. IThick Hair SAWYER SPRINGS, TENN. Special to the Nrais. Tanbark bauling is tbe order of the day. Leslie Lewis was In Chattanooga Tuesday with a load of bark. L. D. Mclntire was in Fairmont Fri day. Summer and Frank andergriff were in Fairmont tbe other day. Miss Nora IleUel looked pleased Sun day. Leander Mosier and Miss Carrie Van- dergriff took a nice walk Sunday. Miss Ann Hicks and Mr. Dave Van- dergriff were out buggy riding Sunday. Misses Ella Graham and Maine liran- non looked sad Sunday. Miss Ella Graham is teaching school at Lone Oak. She bad from three to six students last week. Miss Essie Vandergrlff was out to church Sunday. W. E. Mclntire and Miss Liddie Price were out Walking Sunday. Dutch Brown, Honry Witt, Cornet Hatfield, Houston Grayson, J. D. Gray son, George Smith, all went to tbo Hart- man trial at Chattanooga Monday. There was a fine dance at L. D. Mc- Intire's Saturday. There will be singing at Sawyer's Springs on the 4th Sunday. T. K. Mc lntire will preach Jake Vandergrill's funeral on that day.. Wonder If Hiram Jordan and Misses Dolla and Mattie Jordan have forgotten bow to sing yet .Wonder if Leonard Gott . has quit hitching his borse at W. H. Jordan's fence yet. Miss Icie Gott and Mr. James Lewis were out walking Sunday. Miss Lillie Gott and gentleman friend were out walking Sunday. Ye writer loves to hear from Victoria Ridge. Shade. ' They Appeal to Our Sympathies. Tbe bilious and dyspeptic are constant sufferers and appeal to our sympathies. There Is not one of them, however, who mtv not be brought, back to health and bappiness by the use. of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. Those tablets invigorate tbo stomach and liv er and strengthen tbo digestion. They also regulate the bowels. Tor sale by all druggists. FROM THE FORK. Special to the Nnvs. Prof. Higdon was again at his post. He is a fine fellow and knows just what he is doing. Good boy. The Misses Higdon look dinner with the Misses Harris Sunday. Hurrah for the girls, they know how to take care of a fellow. I went to the Blowing Spring Sunday tothepionic, and I know what I am talking about when I say it was noth ing to compare with Havron's Chapel, and if you don't believe me just come over. The ferryman will put you over for only 10c a trip, and if I were you I would never regret that to hear some good singing. Mr. Tab, if tbe Havron Chapel sing ing class did mako a little mistake in No. 64, that is not as bad as making mistakes all day like you all did. Chris Belk and wife spent Sunday night with J. J. Belk. Wade Harp seemed to be enjoying life Sunday eve. Arthur Belk was seen going to the South side of the river Sunday evening. Wouder what was the attraction? A pretty blue-eyed girl I guess. James Price, of Jasper, was at Hav ron's Chapel Sunday with bis heart's desire. Come again, Mr. Price, Mr. Hoot Owl If you know anything to write I woilld like to hoar from you The Misses Lays came came to the singing Sunday, and took part. They are good singers, and we enjoyed their presence immensely. saw one hoot owl Sunday, but guess he was hunting for a cnicken- Bee A TEXAS WONDER. Hall's Great Discovery. One small bottle of the Texas Won der, Hall's Groat Discovery, cures all kidney and bladder troubles, removes gravel, cures diabetes, weak and lame backs, rheumatism and all irregular! ties of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women, regulates bladder trouble in children. If not sold by your druggist, w ill be sent by mall on re ceipt of SI. One small bottle is two month s troatment and will cure any case above mentioned. Dr. E. W. Hall, soie manufacturer, P. O. Box 629, St. Louts, Mo. Send for testimonial. Sold by all druggists. Read This. Brownsville, Tenn., May 31, 1901. Dr. E. W. Hall: Dear Sir I have us ed your Great Discovery for Kidney and uladder troubles and have been very greatly benefited by it and can fully re commend It to any one suffering In the same manner. Respectfully, GILES RIVES, Postmaster, ' Stud uuxte!, ike ton or plmto ol invention for fn-ereport on rmtenmMlltv. For fre book, (Howloiiecurei-Danr IIIPVO rit pint.,ii i nMUL-r.i Anro We promptly obtain lT. 8. anil Foreicn (' in m r I 11 it AYegetable PreparationfoT As similating tticFoodandRegula Uiig the Stomachs and Bowels of Promotes Digestion.CheerfuH nessandRest.Conlains neillicr Opium.Morphine norlincral. 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