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Sumnvi imi 4 ii ii I autumn began Friday 1 st. II 1 1 1 I)" !! of Ihxun's Cove, was in town MoiiJ.iv1. Miu Maini'! 'tV.iL'ntor n:id sister, of WagiiLrv.li wi-r in tho city Tuesday. Miaseh Ij ti ;-.. 'A.'n a ul Tbula, Martin visit-1 MiH Kv:i A!!m at Jasper Sun day. MisKis Aeries M il brand t and Agnos Lasatcr l"ft 'I'u".sl.iy (or tho World's Fair. VsDfsuiui art- ripi, ar.u mo trues are receiving t Li i r iisiihI autumn thresh ing. Miss r.uU L.iiattjr is llllintr the place of Miss Avrni'H Visitor in tbe public HutlOOl til is WMI'K. Hon. V. D. Sjic u's, of Jaspor, was in tbecty Thursday and cilled in to see the News lioiiij) run olT. Missi'S Agnfs MilbranJt and Agnes Lasatcr enjoy d .1 trip t South Pitts burg Saturday over ton pikes. Wo are in receipt of sorrm new type and borders for our job department, which woiiiil look well in your work. FOR CATARRH of the nose, throat, stomach, liowela nnd more tlelicatt; organs, fake Hood's !S:u-s:i);i-rilla-it id A RADICAL CURE. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. ilrown and family : have moved into their new house which is just complet 'd, making tno move on ' Tuesday. Drown Iloberson and Ernest Darr, or In other words the firm of Hoberson & Darr, grocers, Jasper, wore in the city ; Sunday. Miss llattio O'Neal will return this week from Kelly's Ferry, whero she hug been teaching school for tho past three months. Tho Weekly Louisville Courier Journal and tho Sequachoe Valley Kews4 one year each, 75c for both pa pers. This offer holds good only till Oct. 1, l'.KH. For Iliffh-Orada Job Work come and see our samples, and tho prices are not much higher than for cheap stuff eith er. Gov. Frazior will address the citizens of tbe valley at Dunlap, Saturday, Oct. 8th, in tho interest of bis candidacy for re-election to tho offlesof governor. J. M. Littleton, the republican candidate, has appointment also. The Suuth Pittsburg base ball team seems to be tho crackerjick team of the valley now, winning game after game by brilliant work. Thursday it defeat ed tho Seventh Cavalry team of Chatta nooga, 3 to 0, and Friday won again 10 to 2. In tho first game Keeling won tbe game by a 2-base hit with three on base. Nellio Fuller, Denver "My face, was full of pimples and blackheads. LIol lister's Rocky Mountain Tea driven them away. People hardly know mo. I'm looking fine." 35 cents. Tea or Tablets. Ask your druggist. Best weekly paper in tbe United States: The Chattanooga Weekly News. More than 10,000 news items in each is sue. Nothing like it in tho whole coun try. The Cnattanooga Weekly News and The Skijoachkk Valley News, both one year for SI. Subscribe now, while you have the chance. tf Case No. 12,11 1, in tho circuit court of Hamilton county, M. E White vs. Eu reka Coal Co. rtal, will come up for tri al Oct. 8. This is the case in which Mary E. While, a ward of H. Kent, is concerned for damages for the death of ber father, Jerry A. Wblce, who was killed by a fall from a bridge on which be was working for the company. The farmer loves tbe rolliug plain, The sailor loves the sea, The girls love their lovers, And their Rocky Mountain Tea. Ask your druggist. Austin Coppinger, R. J. Drown and Cbas. Wagner returned from St. Louis Monday night and report their visit as very enjoyable but Austin says he got very tired walking so much and seeing so many things. A treat is in store for the Coppingor settlement to bear Aus tin tell of his jour,ney and what be saw there. Mary Sponge ftao pjmples with warm water. You need a blood tonic, would advise you to tako Uollister's Rocky Mountain Tea. It drives away all erup tions. 35 cents. Tea or Tablets. Ask your druKist. An unusual pictorial feature in the October Wooian's Home Companion is a double p.ig i giving four unusual un published portraits of tbe Presidential candidates, showing Roosovelt and Par ker in youth and at tbe present time. 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 be furnished with it for 30c extra or $1.30 for both papers one year. Remember the publishers of tbe World agree to send it to you every day for (one y ar for such sum. This is tbe way the News gets com plimented on tbe job work done in Its office. Tho order was for a gentcman in Sequatchio County who is very par ticular to have nice stationery, and comprised two thousand envelops, a thousand bill beads and a thousand letter bends, all on our Roman Bond stock in goldcnrod a paper without a peer in attractiveness. "Tbe work is simply sp'.cnd.d ml I think cannot b arpisicd in tbe state. I certainly see no reason why you should not get tbe entire job work of this valley, or any where else your work is known." LOCAL. Out ready for winter. Order your coal now, A. (1. Cbaudoln went to Jasper Satur day. Capt. Frater and Miss Hannah Frater of Victoria, wore in town Tuesday. Mrs. C. E Cunningham and little son Morris, wont to Jasper Monday. Au excursion to NicU-o-Jack by the young folks of the town is among the coming events. Cab ill Pennington and Nancy Rob- bins wore married Thursday, Rev. Lambert officiating. S. L. Rogers Is clerking in the Soqua chee Supply Storo during the absence of Mr. Deakins. J. E. Doakins and daughter left Tues day morning for Nashville whore Miss Anna will enter school. Senator Carmack will speak at South Pittaburg Thursday, O-t. 6th at night, to disouss the subjects pertaining to the present campaign. S. Iielden, of New Orleans, La., ar rivod here Tuesday night He Is southern agent for the Sequachee Han die Works. It is reported that the Croaier family will move to Birmingham, Ala., short ly. We rogret to give thorn up as they have added much to the lifn and society of tho town. James Carlock, "yo medicine man," .was in town Saturday, and besides sell' ing "yarbs" is a politician, and says if Parker is elected it will be the death of Mr. Carlock. W. M. Houts, the saw mill man, has leased a mill at Etna for a term of of years and takes charge this week. The mill here will probably be run by his son, J. D. Houts. We understand that S. L. Rogers has reconsidered his idea of moving to So. Pittburg and will remain hero. We are glad to have Mr. and Mrs. Rogers con tinue residence in our town. Messrs. lioho and Thomas, of Jackson county, Ala , who were in tho city last week making arrangements to furnish hickory to the Sequachee Handle Works, called to see our gasoline en gine operate Thursday. A straw ride over tho pikes to Kim ball and return Saturday night was greatly enjoyed by the following: Miss es Tbula Martin, Annie Fletcher, Clara- belle Campbell and Louise Hill, and Messrs. Henjamin Barton, Hob Camp bell, Cbas. Martin and John Houts. An article of extraordinary interest appears in the October Womans' Home Companion. It is a description of tbe perfect submarine boat, a marvelous American invention recently tested by the United States government, and which promises to revolutionize war. The article is by the naval expert, Mor gan Robertson. Strength Comes from well digested and thoroughly as stiiiiliited food. Hood's Sarsaparilla tones the digestive organs, and thus builds 'up the strength. If you are getting "run down," begin taking Hood's at once. WANTED Quickly, few persons to represent long established wholesale bouse among retail merchants and agents. Local territory of few coun ties, i-is salary and expenses paid weekly. Expense money advanced. Commission extra. Permanont engage ment, isusiness successful. Previous experience not essential. Enclose self- addressed envelope. Address, Sui'Eit intkxdent Thavkleks, 325 Dearborn St., Chicago. The publishers of the beautiful soncr. "I Wait Alone for You," by the late W. Wesley Wells, have sent us a copy of bis last song, "My Mercedes,"' which has just been published and which he oomposed a few weeks before bis death. It is simply beautiful, easy to play, melodious, and a perfect adaDtation of exquisite words to a beautiful melody. It is the favorite solo this season of the great cornetist, Sig. Botega, with Sor rontino's Banda Rossa. Tbe publishers, J. W. Jenkins' Sons Music Co., of Kan sas City, Mo., are making a special price of 25 cents per copy, Fearful Odds Against Him. Bedridden, old and Hnaii,.t c.-i. in briof, was the condition of an old soldier by name of J. J. Havens, Ver sailles, O. For years he was troubled with kidney diseases and neither doc tors nor medicine gave him reliof. At length he tried Electric Bitters It put him on his feet in short-order and he now testifies: "I'm on the road to com plete recovery." lipston earth for Li ver and Kidney troubles and all forms of Stomach and Bowel Complaints. On ly 50. Guaranteed by Whitweli Drug Store. s FARRiOH SWITCH. Special to the News. .Morris Vestmorlin .- : i.y in "tn Pittsburg shopping Fri Making sorghum is the order of day. Mr. Blessi II? wai hnpo thin i. the 1 , -v. .ma woe Willie Bobbins went by here this wt-tt. uiuie uactc. Oscar Foster was here Thursday, lorn Dawson was here Thursday. H. Hancock ani tn t, t.-;. Richard Ur&nt of Polk county, is v ris- l.A M .4 A. I..- v w nuit i I 1 1 ! ri i.rinam ........ l v i --..UVU4 nfjiib o? ot?ra u.j ...i wee g01n? tQ Gordon I!ot. Mrs. Corel of Jasper, was here Sat tur- lave Lawann u.u.cu io jasper. Mrs Lawson nA i . . - oarer .e shopping In Jarwp s. ... re ergie Jackson of South Pitts burg, is visiting friends here. Bluebell. Ajjers For coughs, colds, bronchitis, f asrnma, weaK throats, weak lungs, consumption, take Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Cherry Pectoral Always keep a bottle of it in the house. We have been saying this for 60 years, and so have the doctors. f.-1.?1" nird Cherry Pectoral tn my family for 4(i yeiin. It it the best medicine Was. J. K. -Norcrobs. Walthm. Maai WIC, FI.W1. All flriiet'uM. r J. e. aver ro., l.owoll, M:lK. ior The Lun as Dailv nction of tho K.r i- sary. Aid nature with Ayer's Pills. WATCH US GROW. John C. Gross, of Sequachee, re news his subscription to the News WATCH US GROW. Dan T. Thach of Kimball, renews his subscription. WATCH US GROW. Dr. R. E. Shelton, of Nashville, Tenn., is added to our list. WATCH US GROW, P. R Hack worth, of Cedar Spring, Tenn., renews for the Old Reliable. WATCH US GROW. J. P. Hackwortb, Doan's, Tex., reads the News through courtesy of P. 11 Hackworth WATCH US GROW. Mrs. Mary Hancock, Jasper, lenn., reads the News, WATCH US GROW. FROM THE FORK. Special to the News. Sunday school was held hero Sunday and was largely attended. Arthur Belk was on the south sido of the river Sunday. Our meeting has brokeu up at Ilav- ron's Chapel. There were only seven joined the church, and nine that have n't joined yet. There were sivteen con verts in all. Old Bee doesn't bother the blossoms on bean vines. lie likes honey, and is a fine fellow. Arthur Belk made a business trip to Jasper Monday. Horace and Miss Myrtle Belk and Miss Mary Young attended the burial at Pleasant Grove Tuesday of the daughter of Stephen Rogers of South Pittsbnrg. Plowing and pea picking seems to be the order of the day now. Mr. Been and family from Graham Cove, attended the burial at Pleasant Grove Tuesday. Lon Higdon was again at his post Sunday. John Higdon was seen going up the road Snnday with three girls with a smile on bis face 12 inches deep. Would like to hear rrom Graham cove if be is living, and if he is dead we have never heard of his death yet. Cheer up, Mr. Graham Cove, it's the best we can do. A certain person looked pleased a few hours Tuesday as he saw some one be was not expecting to see. Old Bee. Lena, the little daughter of Mrs. Sal- lie Lasator, is reported very sick with the fever, being taken sick Monday. Clarence Martin is sick with fever. A TEXAS WONDER. Hall's Great Discovery. Onn nmall bottle of tbe TfiYas VVnn. der, Hall's Groat Discovery, cures all kidnpv and bladder troubles, removes gravel, cures diabetes, weak and lame acKS, rneumatism ana an irregulari ties of the kidneys and bladder in botbr men and women, regulates bladder trouble in children. If not sold bv vour druggist, will be sent by mail on re ceipt 01 ti. une smaii ouiue is two month's treatment and will cure any case above mentioned. Dr. E. YV. Hall, sole manufacturer, P. O. Box 629, St. Louis, Mo. Send for testimonial. Sold by all druggists. Read This. Lexington, Tenn., June 31, l!K)t. Tliia ia tn nrtifif th&t I li&VA llApn cured of kidney and bladder troubles with one bottle of Hall's Great Discov ery and can fully recommend it to the public. Yours, Engineer N. C. i St. L. Railroad. niii'ii.: t ("uifb tiyrufk. IvtM 0tl. U NEW HOPE. Special te the News. As I haven't seen anything from this place for sometime I will try and give you a few items. Our two weeks revival closed Sept. 15 which was a great success, 35 or 40 professing and 21 united to the church. Sunday school is progressing nicely. A prayer meeting was organized here Sunday morning, which will meet each Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Several from this place attended church at Burnett's Chapel Sunday and after church witnessed the marriage of Joe Davis and Miss Lula Grant, of Sul phur Springs. Rev. S. P. Angel con ducted tbe ceremony in front of the church bcuso. We wish them a long and happy life. Prof. 11. G. Simpson spent Saturday ard Sunday at Jasper with bomefolks. Messrs. Frank and Alex Deakins at tended Sunday school here Sunday. Miss Alice Davis spent Sunday after noon with Miss Lizzie Hudson. Mr. Ed Deakins and Miss Lula Wells, Mr. Jay Pickett and Miss Laura Easter ly, Mr. Lester Condra and Miss Hallie Hackworth were out driving Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Gray, Mrs. Ab Hudson and Mrs. F. L. Griffith were visiting Mrs. E. U. Hudson Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Layne, of Cedar dar Spring, spent Sunday at Will East erly's. Mrs. Florence Easterly and Miss E dith Hudson took dinner with Miss El la Hudson Sunday. Miss Esther Smith, of Whitweli, and Miss Lula Pickett spent Tuesday night with Miss Ida Pickett. Misses Ella Layne and Ida Pickett at tended church at Cedar Springs Sunday I will close with love to one and all. Eliot. LOONEYS' CREEK. Special to the News. Pulling fodder and gathering punkins is the order of the day. Uncle Bill Smith spent Sunday with W. H. Powell. Geo. Brock and Bret Thomas were out fox hunting Saturday night. Ask them if they ever caught that fox with a bell on. Miss Carrie Thomas looked sad Sun day but it couldn't be helped. Ask Miss Maud Pickett h ow she likes to pick peas. Maynard Powell attended the wed ding Sunday at Burnett's Chapel. Mrs. Tempie Holloway and Miss Maud Pickett spent Monday evening with Miss Lillie Powell. John Dempsy called on Miss Florence Pickett Sunday. Foster and Robert Powell wore a pleasant smile Sunday. MrB. Biddie Smith visited Mrs. Thom as Monday. Miss Lillie Powell and Mastor Hous ton spent Friday with Mrs. Mary Pow ell. Miss Cora Thomas is on the sick- list this week. Miss Willie Terry says she had rath er be an old man's darling than a young man's slave. Leandor King and Miss Bell Worley were out walking Sunday eve. H. M. Powell stopped, the boys from pitching horseshoes on the public road Sunday evening. Hurrah for him. Maynard Powell, Robt Bill and Char lie Powell, Brit and Lum Thomas at tended a party at R. E. Davis' Monday ni2ht- Bluebird. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Aids Na ture. Medicines that aid nature most effec- tual. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy acts on this plan. It allays the cough, relieves the lungs, aids expectoration. opens the secretions and aids nature in restoring the system to a bealthv con- dition. Sold by all druggists. MARKET REPORT. (Furnished by C. L. Roberts, Dunlap.) Eggs, per doz i Chickens, per lb 9c nens, per lb 7C Roosters, each ' "" Ginseng, dry, per tb ji()0 Golden Seal, Dry, per lb 50c uHuswax, per Hi 2'2c Feathers, New Goose, per lb! . . .. . . . ItOc ool, clear washed 27c 30c Wool, I n washed, No Burrs, per lb.. 20c Burrv. nerlh m f.nt 1 allow, per ft i Hides, GreonSalt per lb. '.Go ureen Lnsalted per lb 5c Dry Salt, per lb (0 t)ry Flint, per lb 10c WANTED. SrF.CIAL Urvvvawn . I- .Li. -.'i"'t..iiaiHR III IU1H county and adjoining territories to re- uu BUveruse an old established business house of solid financial stand Inir. isalars nc, i .iw 1 ; . niiu expenses, paid each Monday by check direct from rHual expenses advanced; pos ition DBrmar.dnt V i.v mUm A?,dTs' TI,E COLUMBIA, 630 Monon Building, Chicago, 111. LADIES WANTED. A BliHillT. F.vri.in to,... , r. a i v- t T O "I A ii OlT.1! 8w,W0,rkJ. I,e"nnent position. Old established business house of solid Mt ,rm .quarters. Expen- aV I- furnish everything. Aa-rf-ia. Secretin. gt-n XM ... P Chicago, ill. "ouon m0Q'' A Bari tla Jt Ihi l.ri V !m D u o. "'"i AVcgcfablc Preparation for As similating tticFixxlandKcgula-' Uiig the Stomachs andDowels of Promotes Digestion.Checrlul ness and Rcst.Conlains neither Opium.Morphine nor Mineral. Not Iakc otic. iceat-OUHrSiyiJLimynVt A . . Jtx Saut HtkMUSmUt- bjfrnn'itf -HtCariwhatrSuUi Hum Seed -Cttuifd Sugar huUetyfmrn Flavor. Aperfccl Remedy for Constipa tion, Sour Stomach,Uiarrhoca Worms .Convulsions .Feverish ness fiml Loss of Sleep. Facsimile Signalure of NEW YORK. EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER. i . Lfiver! you have headaches, tongue not all of these symptoms, then some your liver. them? anv or Li. FOR SALE War s inioiuc-int T! IIOTI r mr THE LINDGREN CHEMICAL CO.', No. It's "T w r 3 . j t 4 XA- i 1 k THOMAS B. HILL. Notary Public: Certificate of Appointment filed in U. S. Pension Offices. CORRESPONDENCE Bolioited from persons de airing to purchase laud for residence or farmine-. nur. poses TITLES examined. g P SEQUACHEE, TENN. Sequachee Water Works. Office: Marion House. Residents of Sequachee have all the privileges in con nection with Water Serviceb; equal to any fim class city The supply is taken from Cumberland Mountain from epnugg 350 feet elevation. Three miles of pipe are now laid Worms For 20 Years Has Led sil Worn Remedies. BOIiD UV ALL DRTTn.rLTBmo Preparwlby-. JAMFS T. ntllABn FOR SALE BY SEQUATCHIE SUPPLY STORE 4,000,000 Peach Trees TENNESSEE WHOLESALE NURSERIES i une Budi a Specialty. No agent traveled but sell direct to planter at wholesale price Absolute. free from disease and true to name. Write for catalogue and prima before tTJJ log your order elsewhere. We nuarantee ouratoek to be true to name LarW peach nursery in the world. Address, J. C. HALE, Winchester Tenn IN CIRCULATION The News Leads Them All ! For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of In Use For Over Thirty Years VMC CINTIUK eOMMNT. NEW VONR CITY. Your aooetite is ooor. is coated, bad breath, bowels con- is a natural vegetable remedv. containing no mineral or narcotic coisons. It will correct all svmotoms. make vour health JW MP IF A fi tl I j m rrvm appetite and spirits good. At druggists, 50 cents. BY SEQUATCHIE SUPPLY STORE on Weeds! I A . . . is sure aeatn to uanada Thist es and all other noxious vegetation. It can no longer be considered nn etpnriment Ihnt it Is ah1 to and does destroy eeds aud tV.i.tls of 111 ki,, s. 1 XVn by tlie hundreds ofletters we have reeeivwl Iron 1'arn.e.B pa"k, cn.eter? and highway commissioners, railroiul oiadals, and others who have given it a thorough test. It is easier and cheaper to sprayTbe KA m mid weeds in WRlts driveways and oU-eet gutters, with 1 111HTL&INB than to cut or di them out. a oriiiIfin51Th.!!TaJ!;?;,ior back in which yu toke pride, you R i,lni Tw-TtL1!:INE a """"tant fr' iu destroying dandelion, Burdock, Wild Lettuce, or other unsightly weeds. . .you.run no "k of failure in ordering, for when used according to directions, we guarantee the resultB to be entirely satisfactory. 10 S. Ionia Street, Grand Rapids, Mich. 1 WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE "Vr. Bt in Quality.