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Free to News' Readers. For a snort time we will give to iv ery new or renewing am:tibut to our paper year' subscription to the SoUTHKliN AiiKlcULTl'HIHT, abselutely Jree tf charge. Subcnb now and take advantage of this remarkable ofTor. If you are already a subscriber, pay a full year in advance and got thin valua ble present. 1 'our leading county pater and the leading SovJhern Jarm paper, both for the price of one. This proposition will not be held open Indefinitely, ao hurry up. THE NEWS. Sample copies of the SouTiimt.v Ao KKUl.riKlsT can be had at this olllce. Read legal ad. Go to tho Thanksgiving service to night. Mrs. W. It Thomas has been ill this week. Joe M. liurnett left Saturday for Pe trog, Tenn. Uenry Smith, of Oates Itiland, was in town Saturday. "Smiling Jim" Lloge, of Ebenezer, was in town Monday. Mrs. M. C. Campbell has been seri ously ill, but is now hotter. Miss Kittie Itrown of Chattaaooga has been visiting bor parents here. Mrs. James Campbell has been grant ed a widow's pension of $3 per month. Granville Brown is pushing work on the addition to bis dwelling this week. Thesohoolat Sunnyslde taught by H. G. Simpson of Jasper, closes Friday. Miss Truo Handle and Mrs. Walter Fatrg went to Jasper Saturday shop ping. Will Bennett and Herscbal Kelly of Ebeneznr, were visitors in this city Sunday. John C. Gross arrived here Saturday night after a very successful trip selling shoes. John Thornton has established and is running a billet mill at Inman, getting out stock for the Handle Works. Cbas. U,Koberts, of Uunlap. made a shipment of turkeys from this place Monday. There will be a Thanksgiving service at Owen Church to-night at 7 o'clock Let everyone attend. James Carlock of South Pittsburg, it 1 in town this week with his popular medicines. 1 South Pittsburg plays the Seventh Cavalry football team at South Pitt- burg to-day. Mrs. Dollar, wbo suffered from a re lapse of the fever the week, is reported much better. Several of our corn raisers are ship ping shelled corn to the Dunlap Milling Co. this week. Prof. B. M. Barton went to South Pittsburg Friday night to attend the educational rally. Mrs. Sallie Walling and children of Pikeville, Is visiting her 'sister, Mtb n. Kent, this week. Sample copies of the Southern Agrl culturist may be obtained at this office free by calling for them. Geo. Welsner and Dennis Garland of South Pittsburg, were calling on lady friends in this city Sunday. TO FARMERS. Your name and ad dress on 2S0 envelopes for 75o: 100 for 30c. Havo undelivered letters returned to you. The price Is cheaper than you can buy the imprinted envelopes. When you want a pleasant physio try Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab lett, They are easy to take and pro duce no eripinir or other unpleasant ef feet. Sold by all druggists. As Herschel Chaudoin, who is attend Ing school at Grant University, failed to send his second weekly letter borne last week, bis father, fearing he was sick, wrote to Dean Wright, who prompt ly replied that Herschel was all righ and doing well. "I was troubled with constipation an stomach troubles, lost flesh, my com plexion was ruined; Hollister's Rock Mountain Tea brought back my health and complexion." Mary Alien, S Louis. 35c. Ask your druggist. 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 tho kidneys and bladder in both men and women, regulates bladdur trouble in children. If not sold by your drusgist, will be sent by mall on re ceipt of St. One small bottle is two month's treatment and will cure any case above mentioned. Dr. E. W. Hall, sole manufacturer, V. O. Box tV29, St. Louis, Mo. Send for testimonial. Sold by all druggists. Head This. Springfield, Tenn., June 11, l'.K)l. I have been troubled with kidney and bladder troubles for a number of years and severely so, and having no ticed tbe advertisement of Dr. E. W. Hall's Great Discovery, A Texas Won der, concluded to give it a trial, from which I found great relief, and would recommend it to those similarly afflict ed. II. II. KIRK. LVunb ttru. 1 ut UuuO. bl In ltn,. H-.nl bw 6rimrl-t. gH'l.'.lLWM -. .4 Ayers We know what all good doc tors think of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Ask yourown doc tor and find out. He will tell Cherry Pectoral you how it quiets the tickling throat, heals the Inflamed lungs, and controls the hardest of coughs. "Ay.r'i Cherry Pectoral U well known In onr family. W tlilnk It it the hrtt niedlcln In the woild for pought and eoldi." KATia 1'ktkhson, feUlnmt. Cl. l!h!..MA..tl.M.' f.e. J. CATER CO., T.nwHI, Mum. All drtirr''- for Hard Coughs One of Aer's Pills at bedtime will hasten recovery. Cently laxative. LOCAL. Frank Teague, of Whitwell, called on the News Tuesday. Jack Layne, of Littlie Sequachee Cove was In town yesterday. Mrs. S. V. Morrell arrived Tuesday vening to join her husband here. Allen Anderson, wbo has hada severe attack of fever, is slowly convalescing. . Tbe frost bas not been so thick on tbe umpkln this week. It has been raln- Chattanooga wUl have a deficit of $11,- 000 In city expenses and a bond issue is recommended. There are several stories circulating about lawlessness at Whitwell, but all are denied. Bill Dooley has bought a boiler and engine and proposes to make shingles to beat the band. The Pocan Gap Success, of Pecan Gap, Texas, bas reached us. It seems to have a fair show of advertising and is a bright paper. CASTOniA. Bean ths ' n wnu tou Haw Always soup G. Sherman, treasurer of tbe Handle Works left Tuesday night to attend a meeting of tbe Handle Manufacturers at St. Louis. Dayton, Ohio, Mrs. Mary Simpson "Everything disagreed with me and baby until I used Ilollister's Rocky Mountain Tea. Now baby sleeps and grows like a weed." 35c. Tea or Tab lets. Ask your druggist. Austin uoppincrer is the happy pos sessor (sic) of a lame hand which he carofully nurses and says be thinks it is caused by his, mixing with democrats and b is republ ican organization cannot stand it. 'Taint no use to sit down and whine, When no fish get tangled in your line Bait your book with a bumble bee, And keep on taking Rocky Mountain Tea. K37Ask your druggist. When you write you want to know that your letter will be delivered to the party addressed or returned. Then why use plain envelopes? We will furnish and print your name on 100 for only 30 cents. NOTICE. Iwlll be in Sequachee Friday of each ween. AH aeslrlng dental worn may call on me at the Hotel Marion. Will be at Jasper Mondays. N. B. MOORE, Dentist. LOCAL WISPS. Wednesday was an exceptionally fine day. W. A. Brown, of Jasper, was in th city Sunday. Chas. Randle went to Jasper vestT day afternoon. j W. C. and Miss Louise Hill drove to Katchall Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. George M. Brown, of Jasper, were in town Sunday. We were glad to hear from Neil Cun ningham who is at Washington, D. C, visiting his aunt, Mrs. A. B. I'arkoy. Miss Thula Martin and Mr. George Woisner visited Jasper Sunday after noon. The Loveman Drygoods Co., of Cbafc tanooga, bas nn attractive ad which should receive the attention of our lady readers. Tho Ilandlo Works was closed yester day on account of the bursting of a valve and is closed today for tbe obser vance of Thanksgiving. See S. II. Alexander's ad on Page 1. He Is a leader in the business of this section and has lots of friends. We have no doubt it would pay you to buy of him. Several propose to go to South Pitts burg to a football game there today but as the Tth Cavalry team scheduled to play there plays at Chattanooga the same day It looks like they would be disappointed. The Henderson, Tenn., Gazette, is a new-comer to our desk and by sundry bright flashes of wit and tokens of good typography betrays the presence of friend Paul Wright, th itinerant edi tor and artist-prinUr. 729 Market Street and 730 Droad St., Chattanooga, : Tennessee, ii1 if ''j"k '1 S m rsi !.V rfifispsrrt-rT-r 1 I 1 T t kr J'rrrr L..li'. A i iiwI'imi it-.-. Mi in mj,,! WATCII US GROW. Mrs. Lizzie Tepnenpaw. Geary, Ga.. kindly forwards subscription to ihe News. WATCII US GROW. B. F. Cowan, having moved from Dunlap to Petros writes that his wife Bays she must have the News. WATCII US GROW. E. E. Bull, of Chattanooga, for merly of Whitwell, renews his sub scription. WATCII US GROW, W. C. Robertson of Rochester, N. Y., promptly renews his sub ecriptioii to the News and Chatta nooga News WATCII US GROW. Geo. Baker, of Roope, Tenn., is added to our list, WATCH US GROW. A new subscriber is Miss Nancy Keefe of Roope, Tenn. WATCII US GROW. Mrs. Lottie Biff, of Roope, Tenn., orders the News. WATCII US GROW. John Barker of Dunlap, renews his subscription, WATCH US GROW. NEURALGIA PAINS. Rheumatism, lumbago and Kciatic pains yield to the penetrating influence of Ballard's Snow Liniment. It pene trates to tbe nerves and boue and being absorbed into tbe blood, its healing properties are conveyed to every part of the body, and effect some wonderful cures. 25c, 50c, $1.00. Sold by Sequa chee Supply Store. STRAYED. One black and white spotted steer, 2 voars old. branded with a heart on the right hip, crop in each ear and underbit in same. Also strayea one rea neuer about two years old, marked and brand ed same as steer. Notify S. R. ROBHINS, Jasper, Tenn, , EXPERIENCE -vr t a Trade Marks Vi -'iV DESIGNS 'N'f Copyrights &c. AnTone sending a sketch and description may quickly HKCcrtiiitl our opinion free whether an Invention is probably PentubK ron.iniinlca. tlunpBtrictlveoiiHdential. HANDBOOK on I'atenu Bent free. Oldest suency for securing patent. Patents taken throuirli Man" to. receive tprciiU notice, without charge. In the Scientific mmlmi A hnndsomelr Illustrated weekly. I.nreest elr culation of any scientific Journal, 'lernis. f.i a ye.tr: four niontua, U Sold byuil newsdealers. TilUM & co.36,Broadway' New York ilraucn Ottice. 625 F BU Washington. l. C. LEGAL BLANKS can be secured from us. HILL & SON, Sequachee, Tenn., Leaiier in Fine Job Printing WE LEAD. when it conies to lining Job Printing promptly and neatly Supplies for the and TATESVILLE, Special O) Ihe News. Weddings are tho talk of tbe day now. Mr. Pryor Lockhart of Salem, Ky., and Miss Alice Lockhart of this place were united in tbe holy bonds of matrimony Thursday night at the home of the bride. Mr. Joe Wiliiams of Sequachee coun ty and Miss Ida Turner were married Saturday on top of Bunker's Hill, A. L. White otflclating. If this thing keeps up at this rate in 40 days these fellows that are just looking for a wife and don't mean to obey the scriptural injunction had just as well blow at their hounds. Some of the boys had a scrap last week over a coon dog. Julius Picket left here last week for bis home in Marion county, Saturday. Am afraid there is foul play as be bas not returned, as it Is supposed all wbo out staves have money. Laurence White and John Cookston of Daus have moved here and are camp ing and cutting staves. Mr. Boyd of Dunlap, was in our midst Sunday. James Hart came to our prayer meet ing and preached Saturday night, Sun day and Sunday night. Henry Grayson and John Russell are on tbe war pain co-nignt iur uuuus. Huster Bryant is a volunteer I think for he passed with bis lanfern. At last Tom Cagie had to returu bis beans. I don't blame him. Men will make mistakes some times. He says it is unpleasant to carry beans. Well it our beans, and it made us laugh to see him perspiring under the heavy load. Willie White made a flying trip to Tracy City via Altamont last week. It looks suspicious as Altamont is the county seat. Miss Bertha Cheek and sister, Allie, were at Sunday school Sunday. Prof. Ab Layne of Daus, was here Sunday making arrangements for a singing school. He decided to start a singing school next Sunday. We wish to retract our statement of last week that Mr. Orerturff had gone suddenly blind. We thought it was a permanent trouble, but it has proved only temporary. He seems now to see quite well. We suppose he had taken cold and It had settled in his eyes, and had bad temporarily disabled them. Burrel Hale who has been very low for some time Is up and knocking about again. R. J. White is still unable to be out at work, with trouble in his back. II. M. Layne gave us a lift In singing Sunday, which was much appreciated. St. Jobn is dead I suppose. Mr. McLlock from Peak mountain was down Sunday at prayermecting and Sunday school. We are glad to see such veterans of the cross marching on. Watchman. CURED CONSUMPTION. Mrs. li. W. Evans, Clearwater, Kan , writes: "My husband lay sick for three months. The doctors said that he had quick consumption. We procurred a bottle ut Mallard s Horehound Syrun, ana it curea tnm. lhat was six years ago. Since then we have always kept a bottle in the house. Wo cannot do without it. For coughs and colds it has no equal." 25l;, Sue, SI. 00. Hold by Soquacheo Supply Store. MARKET REPORT. (Furnished by C. L. Roberts, Dunlap.) j Egss, per doz 00c Chickens, per tb 9c Hens, per lb 7c' Roosters, each 10c Turkeys, per tb Ho Geese, picked, eaoii 2.rc F. F. ' r,c (iinseng, dry, per tb Srj.OO Golden Seal, Dry, per lb lioc liecswax, per tt Jc Feathers, New Goose, per lb 40c Wool, clear washed :e 31c Wool, I'nwashed. No lturrs, per lb..'J0c Burry, perlb lOcfcllc Tallow, per tt 3V,'c Hides, Oreen Salt per lb .c " Green L'nsalted per lb 5o ' Dry Salt, per lb ic " Dry Flint, per lb 10c Bar th 11 H.cd Yoa Matt mm Boitf IV. ILL., MINE FARivl J Fhkd F. Wai.Lac k, Pres. & Treas. WALLACE BUGGY CO., JOBBERS AND DEALERS IN BUGGIES & WAGONS HARNESS AND SADDLEUY. Field and Gkxrderi Seeds. Agents for Milburn Farm and Spring Wagons and Columbus Buggy Co. 910-112 Market Street. CHATTANOOGA, TENN. THOMAS B. HILL Notary Public: Certificate of Appointment filed in U S. Pension Offices. CORRESPONDENCE Boiicited tn-ni jerorn. d airing to purchase land for residence or trm'ifj jur poses TITLES examined. SEQUACHEE, TENN Sequachee Water Works. Office: Marion Hone. Residents of Sequachee have all the jirivi'ege' in con nection with Water Service equal to any tirBt clues city The supply is taken from Cumberland Mouutain from epnnga 850. feet elevation. Three miles of pipe h re now laid EVERY SOUTHERN FARMER SHOULD READ Southern Agriculturist PUBLISHED AT NASHVILLE. TENN. Because it is edited by Southern men to suit Southern con ditions. In every issue such men ns Mnj. Tims J. Key, former Assist taut Commissioner of Agriculturn of Alabama, and Andrew M. Soule, Director of the Virginia Experiment Station, answer questions which are put to tliem by intelligent Southern farmers. Every issue is like a big farmers' experience meeting and worth twice the cost of a whole year's subscription. Twice a month the Southern Agkicui-tukist goes to 50,000 Southern farm homes. Don't you want to join our big. happy family? If 60, send 50 cents !or a year's subscription. You will never regret it. SOUTHERN AGRICULTURIST, NASHVILLE, TENN. AGENTS WANTED. We give bandsome premiums and liberal cash commissions to active agents. If you want to work for us, ask for our Premium List or Cash Commissions. Dishes and other useful presents for lady workers. Guns, etc., for boys. jnwjj VfffWPy'VyyllH. will '"" ""iMIM'i'WWwiiniinl I mil. Wt i DAILY AND SUNDAY I J fO 15 1 1 if i! I I 10 Cnt Por Wek. J a V i tv 3 FULL TELEGBAPHIO ( f W-CTrcyr---S WEW3 SERVICE. Y ' Hi)'' of Foreign, J ' '! y Watlonal, I t m if 8tate' , 1 Market and J,;, fi1' V3vi Local Nswt, I J? II ' I mum tiim. f , Chaitanoosa Tiir.es, Cfcattanoogi, Tenriessaa Am) uiawr--in TIT in" " iiji" '""""in "' in aw iiMiiiu -"" '"''iiii i r" tm"'' Chattanooga Plows, Iron, Steel, Nails, Powder, Dynamite, Wagon Material, Mechanics' Tools, Builders' Hardware, Bale Ties, Guns, Loaded Shells, Etc. THIS IS SAFE PLACE TO TRADE. Raymond Waixack, Secretary.