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uyi ; ' I liave used HUmm Native Kerb 0.U:; th- sunn.Kh, ami it lias done me more gor. than any ottur remedy Iver vt. 1 gladly recommend the medicine io all tmfli-ririK as I did." A BOX of Bliss Native Herbs is a family doc tor fchvays in the house. Its use prevents and cures BLISS Constipation, Dys-, r-epsia, Kk'.uev ami NATIVE Liver Trouble, Skin KERBS. I,,'s'-'ases- Kheuma- usiu ana nianv I Blood disea:-f-s. It is purelj I veijylab'e contains no ::i::i '1 i . eral poison and is pre 2CC DOSES 55.00 pared m Tablet and Powder form. Sold in One Dollar boxes with a Guarantee to cure or money back. Our 32 page Almanac telling how to treat disease sent on request. MEDICINK MAL'.r.n rROMPTI.Y BY JAMES CARLOCK, S. Pittsburg, Tenn., THE ALONZO O. BLISS CO. WASHINGTON, D. C. WIRE SETTEES YARDS & CEF?Tr.KC?. I 8TBQK5 AM WKAKU.. WILL NOT ROT AND Ff.LL iOWN THCtiC K.,2t OF WCOO. WIRE Af-D R TREE BOXCS ! EASILY ADJUSTED AN2 A SJIt protection Fori yojns Tfifrs. KLGWC W3 A13 .IT- $ KOUHTCC- C i', v;:'. lsv A NO ro chijuci-i-:;. and p;vr.;r. A COMPI.ETC u P'..;r.t M.- ON '., ALSO, WOE. an:' AND r-0'.'l."r DCW WfRC '.V FIRST-CLASS SHINGLES CUT or SAWN TELIVERED in any quantity F. O. B. Sequachee, Tenn,, and warranted No. 1 quality. For Prices apply to J. W. CKUTCIIFIELr SEQUACHEE, TENN. Ordors may be left at the News office, Sequachee. .kfrlfkio 50 YEARS' JL. ' --EXPERIENCE ' Trade Marks Designs Copyrights 4 c. WIN AnTone annritniz ft sketch and description may qulrkly ascertain our oiiinlon free whether an InTwntion Is probably patentabln. Communica tion strictly eonndentlal. HANDBOOK on Patent sent free. Oldest agency for securlngpatents. Patent! taken through Munn A Co. receive tptriiU n itict, without charge, in the Scientific American. A handsomely Illustrated weekly. T.aroest dr. culation ( any scientific journal. Terms. 13 a ' yeart four months, $L Sola by all newsdealers. MUNN &Co.381BrMdwa'K8W York Branch Ofllco. 625 F St, Washington, D. C. Nothing has ever equalled it. Nothing can ever surpass it. Or. King's Um Discovery ForfJS O'MSUUfPTIOSI .tCB I ana .. n M aii A Perfect Cure: For All Throat and Lung Troubles. Money back if It faiti. Trial BotUas free. MARKET REPORT. (Furnished by C. L. Roberts, Dunlap.) Eifiro. por doz l3c Chickens, per ttr. c Hens, per lb ,c RoosUrs, each 10c (ilusenp, dry, por tt $4.00 Colden Seal, Dry, per lb 5Jc Keeswax, per tt Feathers, New Goose, per lb !0c Wn.il. rnwashnd. No Uurrs. per lb..'J0c Hurry, per lb 10c & IScJ Tallow, per It c Illdes, Oreen Salt per lb c lireen L'naited per lb Sc Ilr Slt. tier lb ic " Dry Flint, per lb .10C tl Ait IUi l'lv. I slip m..rtM.ti i mu linn i H I 1 la v LOCAL. Geo. Ham mock, of Cbattanooja, is in theity. Andrew J. Martin, of Whitwell, was in town Mond.iy.. Ming Annie Hilliard visited the Cro zior family Sunday. A. K. Pryor, postmaster at Victoria, was In tvwn Monday. W. S. Pryor and MistvTrue Randle went to Jasper Saturday afternoon. Miss Cora Watson of South Pittsburg, visited Capt. Crozier and family Sunday. Miss Hallie Haynes arrived from Chattanooga Saturday, on a visit to her parents hern. Cbas. and James Dojrnan, of South I'itthburff, were here Sunday, ooming up on their wheels. John Thornton went to Chattanooga Saturday to resume work at the Ross Meeban foundry. ' lttrt Lee, of Howling Green, Ky., ar rived Saturday night to visit bomefolks in Copplnger Cove. Mrs. C. E. Cunningham and Miss Ag nes Lasater visited Mrs. C. H. Davidson at Oak Grove Sunday. Mrs. Ab Thornton and children, of Etna, Tenn., were visiting In the city from Friday until Monday. Miss AsrneB Milbrandt visited Miss Lucy McCampbell, at Bridgeport, Ala., from Thursday until Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Curtis, of Whit well, have been in town a fow days this week vitiiting friends and rolativos hero. A EAK STOMACH is strength- VV ened and toned by Hood's Sar saparilla, the medicine that cures dyspepsia and POOR APPETITE, Jamos Carlock, representing the Bliss Native Herb Co., was in town Monday He is advertising those remedies in these columns again. Miss Nettie Fletcher, of Wartraco, Tenn., arrived Saturday to take charge nfamnsic at)d elocution' class, which is in the progress of organization. Mrs. W. R. Thomas and Miss Grace Thomas went to Jasper Tuesday to be present at the opening of Pryor Insti tute which Miss Grace will attend. Miss Ada Randle and Miss Wallace and gentlemen friends, of Bridgeport, were here Sunday, and visited the Blowing Spring and Vineyards.. Misses Kittie, Maud and Azzle Brown of Chattanooga, who have been visiting home folks here for the paBt three weeks returned to that city Saturday. The farmer loves the rolliug plain, The sailor loves the sea, The girls love their lovers, And their Rocky Mountain Tea. Ask your druggist. The Annual Reunion of Post 53, G. . R., their families and friends will be held at th Town Hall, this city, Satur day, September 10th, and the usual good time is expocted. Mary Sponge the pimples with warm water. You need a blood tonic, would advise you to take llollisters Rocky Mountain Tea. It drives away all erup tions. 35 cents. . Tea or Tablets. Ask your druggist. How many people realize that there are over two thousand monthly maga zines in tbe United States? An article in tho September number of the Wom an's Homo Companion on "Tbe Wonders of Magazine-Making" is full of just such little-known and interesting facts about magazines. Mrs. S. L. Rogers is tbe proud posses sor of a chicken, which has three com plete legs and feet, which do not inter fere who its powers of locomotion. It is presumed that after the chicken has tired out the two ordinary legs running about it uses the third and extraordin ary one to stand on. Tbo September number ef the Wom an's Home Companion contains a timely and interesting interview with Mrs. U- chida, wife of the Japanese Consul General In New York, In which she de scribes some curious Japanese festivals, and talks about tbe strange ways of Japanese women. A daily paper for one dollar a year is an innovation but the St Louis World can be obtained for such sum. The News can he furnished with it for 30c extra or $1.30 for both papers one year, Remember the publishers of the World agree to send it to you every day for one year for such sum. Road boss Skyles has been working the road leading to tbe torritory south east of the city, grading and otherwise improving it. The road has long need- ed some work done to it and Mr. Skyles Is desirous of putting a good lot of gra vel on It provided be can get the teams necessary to do tbe hauling. The good citizens of that neighborhood who use the road every day, should show their public spirit by pitching In and fixing up things right. A party composed of the following went to Coppinger Cove Sunday after noon to call on friends and eat water- meion They were Misses Mathilda and Elin Gustafson, Trne Randle, Ju liette Hopklna, Annie Fletcher, and Louise Bill, and Messrs. John HouU, Robert Lee, Benjamin Barton, Bob Campbell, Uerschall Chaudoln, Walter Hopkins, Mr. and Mrs. Deakias and little daughter, Master Frank Deaklna, Mr. sod Mrs. Leonard Rogers, Mrs. Tbema. Mrs. Eldrldge tad daughters. You know the medicine that makes pure, rich blood Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Your mother. Pranrlmntrifiv all vmif B folks, used it. Thev trusted Sarsaparilla it. Their doctors trusted it. Your doctor trusts it. Then trust it yourself. There is P neaith and strength in it "T suffered terribly from Inrtljreitlnn and thin bloml. 1 f i r, ,nili took yr Sar.npiirilla. Four bottles perrua- U.IIHI Kill "II III., -Mtta. V. It. Haiit, Mt. KU.-o, N. T. i puma mini. .,. ,. AVKi! en.. nu nrnr Ji-i". p 1 ,., .. -l.. ich Blood! Ayer's Pills are gently laxative. They greatly aid the Sarsaparilla. LOCAL. James M. Price, county court clerk, was in town Tuesday. T. A. Bartlett left for Nashville, yes terday, where be will remain for a while. James A. Skiles and Robt. Alder weat up to Dunlap on the "Cannon Ball" Tuesday. Arthur O'Neal of Whitwell, was in town Tuesday, and visited the vine yards. Dr. Tate, county physician, and Dr. Johnson, both of South Pittsburg, were in town Tuesday. The Weekly Louisville Courier Journal and the Sequachee Valley News, one year each, 75c for both pa pers. This offer holds good only till Oct. 1, 1904. In the circuit courtot Hamilton Coun ty, the case of M. E. White vs. Eureka Coal Co., damage for death of father, has been assigned for trial Tuesday, Sept. 13tb. Nellie Fuller, Denver "My face was full of pimples and blackheads. Uol- lister's Rocky Mountain Tea driven them away. People hardly know me. I'm looking tine." 85 cents. Tea or Tablets. Ask your druceist. Job Work Is a specialty with us. We have certain styles of new type which we reserve for use in job work alone, hence with good paper, good Ink and the most careful workmanship work re ceived from us always looks well. W. C. Moore, of Caroline Chapel, is now at Orme, Tenn., working up a sing ing class. We wish Mr. Moore success in his effort, but judge he is coming out all right as be writes that bis .prospects are very fair for a good school. A TEXAS WONDER. Hall's Great Discovery. One small bottle of the Texas Won der, Hall's Great Discovery, cures all kidney and bladder troubles, removes gravel, cures diabetes, weak and lame backs, rheumatism and all irregulari 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 $1. One small bottle is two month 8 troatment ana will cure any case above mentioned. Dr. E. W. Hall, sole manufacturer, P. O. Box 629, St. Louis, Mo. Send for testimonial. Sold by all druggists. Head This. Lexington, Tenn., June 81, 1001. This is to certify that I have been cured of kidney and bladder troubles with one bottle of Hall 8 Great JJiscov ery and can fully recommend it to tho public. Yours, T. M. SISSON, Engineer N. C. & St. L. Railroad America's Greateot Weekly, THE Toledo Blade. TOLEDO, OHIO. The Best Known Newspaper in tbe United States. Circulation lll.OOO. Popular in Every State. The Toi.kuo Bi.Adk is now installed in its new building, with a modern plant and equipment, and facilities equal to any publication Detween iw iora ana Chicago. It is the only weekly newspa per edited expressly for every state and territory, ine news ui vuc nunu su ar ranged that busy people can more easi 1 pnmnrehend. than by reading cum bersotne columns of dailies. All current topics made plain in each issue by spec ial editorial matter, written from incep tion down to date. The only paper pub lished especially for people who do or who do not read daily papers and yet thirst for plain facts. 1 hat this kind of a newspaper is popular, is proven by tho fant that the Weekly Blade now has over lBO.OOO yearly subscribers, and is circulated in all parts of the U. S. In addition to the news the Blade publish es short aud serial stories, and many departmenta of matter suited to every member oi tne iamuj. u.j uu. i.. . Mr- Write for free specimen copy. Address The Blade, WATCH US GROW. Will McCurry, late of New Mex ico, orders the Old Reliable sent to him at Whitwell. WATCH US GllOW. Miss Maud Brown, of Chattanoo ga, renews her subscription this week. WATCH US GROW. A. J. Martin, who leaves VV hits weU for Herrin. 111., this week, or ders the News sent to him, WATCH US GROW, S. A. Hackworth, of Anderson, enn , orders the News to keep coming to his address. WATCH US GROW. Hugh Curtis, of Whitwell drop- ed in Monday and renewed his subscription. WATCH US GROW. Dr. T. W .Johnson, a leading phy sician oi souin l ntsDurg, suds scribes for the News, WATCH US GROW. James Daffron, of Mobray. Tenn., will read the News hereafter. WATCH US GROW. E. J. Skiles ot Mowbray, Tenn., now reads tbe News, WATCH US GROW. James A. Skiles, of Sequachee, renews his subscription. WATCH US GROW. W. A. Swindell, of Orme. Tenn.. orders Marion's favorite paper sent to his address. WATCH US GROW. Mrs. L. E. Smith of Dunlap, Tenn , joins the News' army of readers. WATCH US GROW. Catarrh i Is an excessive secretion from the mucous membrane, accompanied with chronic inflam mation. Hood's Sarsaparilla acts on the mu cous membrane through the blood, and radi cally cures all cases of catarrh. Take Hood's. FALSE ALARM. On his return from Chattanooga Fri day last, noticing a slight eruption on his wrist, and fearing small pox, A. G. Chaudoin, postmaster, on the advice of Dr. H. W. qnfflth, remained In his house. County Physician Tate was no tified and visiting him .advised him to remain isolated and see what developed and thusjprotect the people from any possible danger of contagion. Dr. Tate visited him again Tuesday with Dr. Johnson of South Pittsburg, and tbey decided it was Chattanooga mos quito bites, and nothing more, and so he was discharged from quarantine. What is Life? In the last analysis nobodv knows. but we do know that it is under strict law. Abuse that law even slightly, pain results. Irregular livin? means derangement of the organs, resulting in constipation. Headache or liver trouble. Dr. King's New Pills quickly re-adjusts this. It's gentle, yet thorough. Only 25c at Whitwell Drugstore. Charter Registered. The charter of the South Pitts burg Realty Company was register ed Monday at Nashville. The in corporators are E. B. Stahlman, H Ij. bperry. Henry bperry, Geo. K Knox and Joseph R. Gray. Th company is capitalized at 83,000. HCLLISTER'S Stocky mountain Tsa PJungets A Bu3y Medioins for Busy People. Brings Golden HoalUi and Renewed Vigor. A specific for Constipation. Inrtiewtion, Live anil Kidney Troubles, Pimpleo. Ecrema, Impure Blood, Bail Breath. Hlutfifish Howels, Headache und Backache. It's Rocky Mountain Tea In tab let form, 85 cents a box. Genuine made by now-ia-ruB dru o ooupany, Mauisun, w is. WLDEN NUGGETS FOR SALLOW PEOPLE NOTICE. On account of Monday being Labor Dav and a nublio holiday, mv office will be open only till noon. Newly elected officers who desire to be sworn in on that day are requested to appear before union i j ui. j. in. riuiii, County Clerk, Jasper, Tei TatTbriefs. Mrs. Dr. ShnlU of Cleveland, is visit- Mrs. J. B. Eldridge this week. ited his sister, Mrs. Edgar Smith this wee it. Mrs. Edgar Smith and sister. Mrs Thornton, spent Tuesday with Mrs. win. nouu. Mrs. Albert Thornton and children af ter a pleasant visit to ter sister, Mrs. Bdrar Smith, returned to her bona at AVcgelable Prcparalionfor As similating tlicFoodandRcgula ung the S toinachs and Dowe Is of Promotes Digcstion.Chcerrur nessandRest.Contains neither Opum.Morpliiiie nor Mineral. Sot Narcotic. nmfoua-sm.'apiTam A perfect Remedy forCorauW Ron , Sour Stomach.Diarrhoca Worms .Convulsions Jevcrish ness and Loss OF SLEEP. Facsimile Signature of NEW YORK. fflr-'iLl .int. EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER. is lourius&er! ,.yr I . . , . . . . you nave neaaacnes, tongue is oupcucu, oau iasie in tne moutn not all of these symptoms, then some of them? It's your liver. anv or n I. I Y. X f. M E J 1 'i '"Km- m A I t 3 IV L s4 in r. i r .jjr- i V V II FOR SALE B V SEQUATCHIE BUPi'LY STORE Built to Wear, Finished to Pleaso Onr work has a reputation for honest and reliable con struction. Every part is in spected and tested. Highest possible value for the price charged. Every lob war ranted. Continually adding new features that make our Vehicles attractive. We make a full line of high grade carriages. Send tor catalogue and prices. We want a wide awake Dealer in unoccupied territory. KEATOR & WELLS, Wholesale Mfrs , Cortland, N. Y. THOMAS H. HILL. Notary Public: Certificate of Appointment filed in U. S. Pension Offices. ttTCORRESFONDENCE solicited irom persons de siring to purchase land for residence or farming pur posea TITLES examined. SEQUACHEE, TENN. Sequachee Water Works. Office: Marion House. Residents of Sequachee have all the privilege.1 in con nection with Water Service; equal to any first class city The supply is taken from Cumberland Mountain from springs feet elevation. Three miles of pipe are now laid. Worms For 20 Years Has Led i Prepay by JAMES F. BALLARD, fit Louis. FOR SALE RY SEQUATCHIE SUPPLY STORE 4,000,000 Peach Trees TENNESSEE WHOLESALE NURSERIES June Bud a Specialty. No agents traveled butsell direct to planters atwholesale prices. Absolutely free from disease and true to name. Write for catalogue and prices before plac ing your order elsewhere. We if varan tee our stork to be true to nam. Largest peach nursery in tbe world. Address, J.- C. HALE, Winchester, Tenn. IN CIRCULATION The News Leads Them All ! aVfeWaMkS 10 For Infants and Children. BHMHIaMIJIMHpMaHSsWWHMkW The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears tl Signature In Use For Over Thirty Years THC CKHTAUR COMPANY. NIV TO Hat CITY. - J - . - coated, bad breath, bowels con- r it is a natural vegetable remedv. containing no mineral or tarrotio noisons. It will rorreet all symptoms, make vour health. JbAOlUBUi appetite and spirits good. At druggists, 50 cents. No. U6.Drivina Waaon. WHITE'S CREAM Wont in QuanUlr. Bet In Quality. Worn Remedies. KtiBSm TOLEDO, OHIO. If a Els and NelL ttb.ite.lJe Wednesday. t