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SEQUACHEE, TENN., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1905. NO. 22. DEPUTY USES ' HIS KNIFE JOE DAVIDSON, OF HILL CITY, STABBED AT WHITWELL. PROGRAM At Owen Church, Christmas Night, Dec. 25. Song, 'Joy to the World," rrayer, Song, Deputy Stabs Him Five Times In Self Defence. Joe Davidson was stabled five times at Whitwell Tuesday afternoon abont 5 o'clock by Deputy Sheriff J. W. West, while renting arrest and trying to kill the deputy. Davidson, who lives in Hill City, left Chattanooga on the accommodation in company with a friend named "Joedy" Bryant and attempted to take charge of the train, but were quelled by the ;train crew as hunt thBv mil lil. Denntv West eot on at Jasper and arriving at Whitwell started to arrest both men. He was desperately resisted by Davidson and drew his pistol, but Davidson seized it and declared he was going to kill him. A fierce straggle ensued, and was protracted from the car to the ground when West got possession of his knife and opening it with his teeth stabbed Davidson five times with it inflictinir wounds from which it is be lieved he will die. Bryant escaped during the melee. Davidson has been leading a very tough life and terrorized the passengers on the Oakdale accommodation a few years ago, but escaped because it was aliened he was subject to spasms. VDeputy West is one of the pluckiest deputies ot the county and is quite an old man. r Davidson died on the train yesterday ;1inorning while being taken to Chatta nooga. KELLY'S FERRY. Special to tki Newt. Sam Bennett shipped a fine lot of hogs to Chattanooga Monday. Mart Hartman was out driving in his new buggy Sunday. Miss Cora Long and Mrs. Isaiah Newsome returned home from Chat tanooga Tuesday on steamer Joe Wheel er. Tom McNabb and T. White'went to Bridgeport Friday and returned home on the steamer Sunday. Misses Pearl and Ethel McNabb were the guests of MisBes Phemia and May Newsome Sunday. joe Sexton was in our vicinity hunt ing Saturday. Miss Dovey Boatright was the guest of her sister. Mrs. T. White. Sunday. Mrs. Dave McNabb is on the sick list this week. Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Newsome are on the sick list this week. s L. J. Ellis called at the postoffice Sunday." A young girl said Joe Hartman look ed sweet Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. Anderson were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Richey Monday night on business. Arch McNabb had a smile on his face as long as a wave on a goose pond Sunday. N. and J. B. Ellis went to Chatta nooga Monday. Joe Sexton went to town Tuesday. Miss Ella Hartman returned home from Chattanooga Monday. Chas. Hartman said he was sure go ing up the road Sunday if it was not too muddy. I wish all the readers a Merry Christ mas and a Happy New Year. " ENTERED SUIT Miners Charge False Imprison ment During Trouble. Twelve damage suits, charging false imprisonment have been brought in this county against J. W. Morrison of Whitwell and W. J. Bass of Chatta nooga, says a special from Jasper to the Chattanooga Times, or December in. These suits were broueht by union mi ners lecause they were arrested and searched, as they claim, without any process of law, during the recent troubles at Whitwell following the kill ing of Clark Roberson. Col. Bass was in charge of troops at Whitwell and it is alleged that he commanded the ar rest of these twelve men. It is believ- ed that there will be at least eight more suits instituted on the same grounds. Each claims $500 damages. Choir. UNCLE GID'S LETTER. "Dear Little Stranger," Children, Address, Rev. R. H. Jewell, Song, "The Star That Shone O'er Bethlehem." unoir, Recitation, "I Wish. You a Merry Christmas. ' ' France Martin, Recitation, "Why Santa Claus Was Late," fcnen wnite, Recitation, "Good Morning' , Willie Rodgers, Recitation, "Jesus' Birthday," four little girls, Song, Chri stuias Appeareth, ' eirls and boys, Recitation, "Little Bell's Secret, Gladvs Fagg, Recitation, "Santa Claus, Jasper Roiigers, Recitation, "Christmas," Sophia Campbell, . Recitation, "The Telephone, Lester Smith. Recitation, "Banners That Shall Win," five boys, Song, "He Loved Us So," Choir, t ri..ij i.r, m irsoj xveciianon, nuuut vjiaua inn, Violet Gross, Recitation, "December," Harvie Smith, Recitation, "A Christmas Secret," Lame Gross, Recitation, "It Came Upon The Mid night -Clear. ' ' Emnia t agg, Recitation, "A Little Boy's Fears," Frank Brown, Recitation, "Snta's Cake," Grace Pryor, Song, 'tHave You Seen His Start" Choir. Recitation. "When Santa Claus Comes." may lasater, Recitation, "Santa Claus and The Mouse," Nellie lUdridge, Recitation, "Music," Violet Gross, Recitation, ' 'The Angelic Song, ' ' Bonnie Chaudoin, Recitation. Miss Juliet Hopkins, Song, "Ring The .Merry Christmas in," uniiaren BETTER THAN HE EXPECTED The News job department has turn ed out this week 500 Reports of Coun ty Judge of Marion County, which have been executed with the usual care and excellence for which it is 'noted, We do sot like to toot our own horn, but we are not satisfied with ordinary work, and always strive to make each job turned out for a customer better than the others, and consequently have a large and growing list of satisned customers. If the work done in our Job office does not suit a customer he can always confer a favor on us by showing us wherein it does not satisfy them, and we will rectify the error the best we can. The following from Judge Pryor, for whom the work was' done, gives us praise that is praise, for Mr.lTyor s report last year was print ed in Nashville. Jasper, Tenn., Dec. 16,1005. Messrs. Hill & Son, Sequachee, Tenn. Gentlemen: The reports received to day and am frank to say that I am well pleased with the work, although I have not had time to examine it close ly yet. It is nicer and neater than I really expected. I have had none done that is any more satisfactory than yours. xours truly, J. R. PRYOR. STRAIGHT CREEK, KY. Special to th; News, Well, Mr. Editor, if yon will allow me space in your wonderful paper, J will try to let the readers know some thing about Straight Creek. It is a quiet little town. There are two churches here and they have good Sunday schools every Sunday. There is one tiling about this town, yon never see anybody drunk, and there is no shooting going on like there is at hitwell. This a good place to work. The mines are as dry as they can be. want to hear from whitwell every week and I want every man to stand hrm to their nnion and the victory is yours, ami I want to come back to Whitwell and get a square meal of John MiUlu-H's grub again before thev wttlo there for 1 know they will settle before long. Mr. and .Mrs. Laurence tiinilcv ar- tlved herefrom Whitwell Saturday of lant week and their little son. Mitchell, is on the sick list today, but we hope be will soon recover. Harry Eggart has gone to church this afternoon. Will clone by saying send me the News for it 1 just like getting a let ter from home. Frank Eggart. R00PE, TENN. Special to the Newt. ijolu weather is tne order of the dajr. Saturday was payday and a large crowd went to Chattanooga. Mrs. Pave Simpson visited Mrs. Houts Sunday. BUlie Barnes of Whitwell, was in our midst Saturday night and Sunday. Miss Annie lhacker and her best fellow attended church Sunday eve. Miss Janie Degnan visietd friends on the river Sunday. Alice Parker said she was looking for an Xmas present from a certain fellow. Wonder who. Miss Mittie Houts looked pleased Sunday eve. Tom Sexton made a flying trip to Chattanooga Friday. Charlie Ford looked handsome Sun day eve. Mrs. A. G. Parker spent last week with her son, Arthur, near Whiteside, who has a severe spell of rheumatism. mi iouts was seen smUimr at a cer tain girl Sunday. Wens Micks seemed to be all smiles Sunday. Mrs. Geo. Wood is suffennit irreatlv with toothache. , We. were sorrv to hear of Will 1 Hart man-getting disappointed the other Sunday. Mrs. I red barker called at Smith s store batnrdav eve. Faytie Myers called at Bmmlev's unapei rsaturuay morning. Ihe Kiot Above Girl. -Your nice little paper came in on time, the third one I ever saw and the only one I could call my own. I have scanned its columns and I find that I have fallen in good company for a fact. That fellow who calls himself "Jol ly" is a fit subject for the lunatic asy lum, for he does not realize what he is doing. He wants some good union man to tell him what a black leg is. Well, I'll tell him a cheat and a fraud. His very letter to the News confirms that answer, for he is a fraud. He boasts of getting more than the union got for coal, therefore he is a cheat. Let the union die and be no more and then what would he get? How was it before the union was or ganized? He calls union men "Bush whackers." Doesn't he know they are no such thing? Doesn't he know the best , truest and most honorable men in a mining camp always belong to a labor organization. He says he worked in several union camps and never belonged to it yet, but he didn't tell the reason. Sometimes men get so low down they can't get into any thing, and I expect that is his case. He harps upon foreigners being at the head of the union. Why, yes, ' I've heard the company put in that object ion myself: "The men are all right except Vasey. Bowden and Fairly." Well, Jolly, did you ever hear the com pany say they preferred, their old miners and wanted them in preference to your sort? I have and not 20 days ago. They are only using your kind for a purpose and some day will drop all your sort like hot potatoes, and did you know that strike breakers no where have ever been able to hold their, places after peace was declared? . No difference whether the union wins or looses you and your kind are out. That is the history of all strike break ers, and further did you know that a company that will wrong one set of workmen will, -wrong you when it suits their convenience to do so. Fur ther, any working man who will aid or abet a company to over awe and subdue its employes is a traitor and a renegade and nobody likes them ever afterwards. Going against your own class and kind is something no intelli gent thinking man will do in or out of the union. Why, the old man has been an outsider through this lockout, and you fellows can't look me square in the face. You everyone have a hang dog look, you feel mean and you know you are doing wrong. . You sav the union can't expect to get a settlement and act like they have, What proof have you of their wrong doing? Trot her out. Don't you know your kind have put in the most of your time lying on the union. I know, sir, your gang did the shooting at Tracy City a night or so before the soldiers left, and claimed the union did, but eve-witnesses said they didn't. Your gang, like all strike Dreakers, are line ly to fill Marion and Grundy counties jail yet. Everybody is watching your conduct. They are catching on to your lawlessness after so lonir a time. The people begin to see your hellishness. The ball that killed Roberson is likely to have come from a gun in the hands of one of your sort. Don t be too sure. Your schemes are coming to naught, my friend. A true old detective is nos ing around and he is not as easily fool ed as you may infer. He'll find the gun. And then you see, Jolly, honest men fear our county is confronting a problem that will be wearisome and there is no chance to evade or dodge it. The neonle are honest and when such as vou undertake to blind them you've quite a big job. Cox won t be governor if nominated. He is too easily fooled. Bob Taylor should be defeated. I don't see how any man who loves the sanctity of home can vote for him. I can't fight Reed Smoot and vote for Bob Taylor. I am for Carmack for governor. I've alwavs been a Democrat but tins state needs a change. Union labor should cause a change for luck. Well, things are not what they ought to be. My respects to your household. Write often and be sure to tell the truth, Jolly. UNCLE GID. Torture of a Preacher. The story of the torture of Rev O. D. Moons pastor of the Baptist enurcn, or narpersvuie, . Y., will interest you. He says: "I suffered agonies, because of a persistent cough. resulting imm the grip. I had to sleep sitting up in bed. I tried manv remedies without relief, until I took Dr. King s rsew Discovery for Consum ption, Coughs and Colds, , which en tirely cured my cough, and saved me from consumption." A grand cure for aiseawM conditions of throat and lungs. At all druggists; price 50c and $1.00, guaranteed. Trial bottle free. KETNER-G0TT. VICTORIA. Tenn., Dec. 14, (Spec ial) A very pretty wedding occurred at the Cumlrland Presbyterian Church at Oak Grove on Monday night, Dec. 11. The bride was Miss Itie Gott, the attractive daughter oi Mrs. Georgia Gott The groom was Mr. Charles Ketner, of Bridgeport Ala. The church was beautifully dec orated for the occasion. The color scheme of green and white being car ried out. The bridal party entered to the beautiful strains of Lohengrin wedding march. The little flower girls were Hattie Huddleston and Edith Shebee. They were dressed in pure white and carried wreathes of flowers. The ring bearer was Eugene Pryor, who was also dressed in whiteand car ried the ring on a silver tray, ine Matron of Honor was Mrs. Ed Alder, sister of of the bride and the best man was Mr. Ed Alder. Miss Jennie Mitchell was Maid of Honor and Charlie Price of Whitwell, was grooms man. The Maids of Honor were beau tifully gowned in white silk. The bride was a picture of girlish beauty in a full bridal toilette of white silk and a tulle veil. Her bouquet was of bride's roses. The bridal party took their places on the rostrum under a beautiful arch supported by two col lumns decorated with ferns and white roses. Rev. M. A. Hunt pronounced the ceremony in a very impressive manner. . After the ceremony the bride received her friends at the home of her sister, Mrs. Ed Alder, where a beautiful display of wedding presents were on display. Mr. and Mrs. Ket ner left next morning for their new home at Bridgeport, Ala. , where Mr. Ketner is engaged in the milling dusi- nesa. They have many menus, wno wish them a long and happy life. List of presents: Silver ring tray, Mr. and Mrs. sua- ward Alder. Drawn work napkins. Mrs. H. H. Mitchell and daughters. Drawn work table scarf, Miss tmnia ajl y DUli. I Vases, Lyon and Harry Fowler; j uonDon aisn, Annie ana unarue Wells. - 1 Pie plates, Jamie, Charlie and Will Prigmore. Pickle dish, Edwin Jfngmore. Statuary, Fred and Joe Fowler. Vases, Victor Prigmore. Cream pitcher, Vollie Gray. Vases, Andrew and Festus Lewis. Desert dishes, Alton and Eugene Pry or. Glass pitcher, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Bryson. China bowl, Tula May Bryson. China bowl, Mava Bryson. , China bowl, Alton D. Bryson. Handwork lace handkerchief, Miss Tula Grayson. Parlor lamp, Mr. F. M. Walker. Battenberg doily, Miss Lydia Walk er. Silver berry ladle, Misses Willie and May Prigmore. Dresser scarf and linen doiiyB, Miss Lora Smith. Silver bread knife, Mr. Chas. Price. Silver tea sot, Mr. W. Benton Ketner. Silver butter dish, Mr. Jim Alder. Pickle castor, Willie Alder. Parlor lamp, set of glasses and rug, Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Ketner. China tea set, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Bridgeman. Jr'lcture, Judge and Mrs. J. K. Pryor. Picture, ' Miss Bettie Pryor. Picture, TAt. and Mrs. Dave Pryor. Linen napkins, Mrs. Florence Shchee. Cake box, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Wom- ack. Drawn work scarf, James Price. Handkerchief case, Mrs. Ida Kelly.. Jardinere. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Livingston. Jardinere, Raphael Livingston. Bonbon dish, Mr. and Mrs. Clemens. Ice cream cups, Miss Mae Dee Jones. Silver salad fork and spoon. Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Jones. Set of glasses, J. C. Ealy. ' Pie plate, Mrs. E. W. Heiskell. Pyrography, Mr. and Mrs. Barnes. Individual salt boxes. Mrs. N. E. Jackson. ilacliiner? Repairs CASTINGS of AH Kinds Promptly Supplied Why tend your work out of (he valley when it can be done cheaper at home? Help build up your own section. MARKET PRICE PAID FOR CAST IRON SCRAP. COKUKSPONDENCE SOLICITED.' BLACKLOCK FOUNDRY, South Pittsburg, Tenn. ' HOGE'S CROSSING. Special to the Newt. Geo. Condry and daughter, of Battle Creek, visited a few days with rela tives here last week. Ye writer visited home folks Satur day. . Mr. Turner is cnttintr wood tWa week t.o lrepn Mh nlri vrtmm frnm ! PETROS. Special to the Newt. We are having beautiful weather here to day. - ' News is scarce in our little town. John Mosgrove left here last week. He was smiling as he left because he was on his way home. WillKillgore and Will Smith left Wish them a suo- freezing, if she hasn't already froze to here for Alabama. death. I have not seen her since Tige ' cessf ul journey. was a pup. Our Whitwell people are scattered. H. H. Hancock.was at Hardscrabble's We don't know whether we will ever Sunday. meet thein on earth or not but we hope Mrs. Barlew spent the day with Miss to meet them in heaven. I think I Lima Hoge Tuesday. will see'them if I am fortunate enough Mrs. Ella Barlew made a short call to get to heaven, here Tuesday. I like to read the News because I Richard Grant was in Jasner shon- like to see the names of the Whitwell ping one day last week. If you want to see Miss Emma Quarles smile just ask her about a cer people if I can't Bee their faces. Some of the Coalmont people had a good supper Dec. 8. I wish. I could tain person at Hoge's Crossing and have taken supper with them.' she will have a smile as long as a rail Mrs. Cora Kilgore is expecting to fence. leave here Dec. 15th for Alabama. David Hoge is some better at this Sabe Daughty is doing a good busi writing. ness selling the Singer sewing mach- Alec Quarles spent Friday night here ines. Miss Ethel Rogers was all smiles If I live to see Christmas it will be Monday. . the first Christmas that I have spent I am glad to see .that we have a new ' away from 'Whitwell in 14 years and I writer from Pleasant Hill. Come don't feel much like I was at home, again, Aunt Mollie. Lets' hear from i S. N. Gilliam is at a loss to know, you every week. ! what to do. Dutch Myers called here the other ; His children are scattered so that he day. Red Riding Hood, don't know which end of the road to iaxe. uuess ne win oe nunting ior widows when he gets tired of running around so much, and will try to get him a stopping place. S. Darty attended the box supper at NEEDMORE. Special to the Neivt. Bill Powell and Bob Smith pulled Hn1Jft out for Uhattanooga on walker s train with a through ticket. Miss Manda .rowed called on here PRINTING CALL ON US. Correspondent Criticised. Tracv Citv. Tenn.. Dec. 18, 1095. Editor News: Noticed in a letter from here that a writer said a good nnion man took m a scab.and gave him his suiiDcr. That writer either didn't know what he was talking about or was drunk or crazy. Don't he know that the man who did this is not a union man, and never belonged to anv labor organization, but is a good old Baptist preacher and on his way to Herein, 111., now? That writer must I a good Christian for criticising that voting man for unfortunately getting drunk and being in jail; for his pa rent are good Christian people. R. M. CHADRICK. JASPER. Special to the Nexot. Editor News: As my irrandson. "A- dam 4 i'aw, has gone to take a posi tion in BooKer Washington s niger- stnte, and as some of the candidates and pikers are mad at what he wrote about the pikes and sich like, I thought it right ior me to ten them about Ad am. You know Adam went three weeks to Prof. Simpson at Sam Hous ton. That three weeks made him think he was as smart as the deinocra tic Jasper hill billies, - so yon see he can t help acting a fool some times. hen he left he had a croose fpatlier in his hat, and said he wanted Booker Washington to know he was for Bob Taylor, Ham Patterson, Jim Price, the white goose and all the rest !Mv old man didn t like that much as he is sorter for Kannack. Some want me and my old man to jine the union, but 1 tell them Uro. Darr lined me and the old man in a nnion once and if all the unions are as bad as that one, I don't want any more. Brown Woods told us they had a mi ty bad ripns the other day in the city barber shop. Some deputy herif was after some fellow with a pistol. Sugar Johnson is walking boss on the streets now. He walks five or six times a day from his father's house to town, so J. M. Lewi says. Well, Dr. Boney Moore has come to pnll my teeth and will stop. Adam's Granny. aunt, Lillie Powell Sunday. Maynard Powell was seen going down the road. Foster Powell called on his best girl Sunday in Owl Hollow. Lon Thomas was out peanut hunt ing Sunday. , Misses Uarrie and Florence Pickett were out walking Sunday evening. Joe Powell called on Tom Defur Sunday. Unas. Lowell hung bis hat at Jim Bond's gate post Sunday. Henry Smith hung his hat at wallis Raulston's gate post Sunday. If you want to see Jim Thomas roll his eyes show him a dollar. Lee Smith and Miss Suine Holland, of Hick's Chapel, passed here for In- man Sunday. Jim Sones called on Brit 1 nomas Sunday. John Powell was seen going to Whit well with his lard bucket. Chas. Powell took dinner with Brit Thomas Sunday. Jeff Defur says he would like to live on the side of the hill if it wasn't so far to go to mill. Bulldog. The children are expecting a nice time here Christmas. The Sunday ! schools are going to ,have two trees, j Ask Mrs. Taylor who has two large cases ready for Christmas, j I hope to hear from many in our the paper as I am our letters. Best wishes to the News. Honest. PLEASANT GROVE. Special to the News. Mrs. Frank Payne and son, Roland, who have been visiting here, return ed to their home in So. Pittsburg Thursday. J. J. Ouarles called here aunaay. Hodge Torbett was in So. Pittsburg shopping Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Hancock visited relatives Saturday and Sunday. Miss Emma Quarles was all smiles Sundav. Misses Nettie and Ida Quarles called here Sunday. Alex Quarles visited his sister at Hoge's Crossing Friday night. Sarah Rogers passed by here Sun dav. Meade Torbett was in So. Pitts burg Monday night. A box supper here Saturday night realized 10. 0. Alton Warren was here Saturday. Ike Lambert passed here Sunday. Meade Torbett and wife were here Sundav. Best wishes to tne editors or me News. Aunt Same. L00NEYS' CREEK. Special to the Niws. ' Cold, frosty mornings are the order of the day. ' , Mrs. J. D. Holloway has been sick for the last few days but is better now. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Thomas, Dec. 19, a girl. - Brn. Sanders filled his regular ap pointment here Sunday evening and ' certainly preached a good sermon. j F. M. Powell will move to Sulphur F. Lowell and son were shopmntr in Whitwell Saturday. . .Bout. Jfoweil siient Saturday niKht and Sunday with home folks. J. u fowell went to mill Saturday. W. H. Powell killed three fine hogs Monday. -, . Miss Carrie Thomas and her best friend attended church on the Creek Sunday. If you want to see Maynard Powell smile just ask him abont those pictures he received from Tracy last week. They are dandies sure. ' Misses Sarah, Angie and Florence Pickett and Carrie Thomas called on Miss Lillie Powell Wednesday, also Mrs. F. M. Powell and children. Foster Powell was all smiles the oth er day as he got a letter from his best girl. Blue Bird. O BnU laatm r Hi'OIlIA. It lad Yn Km JUn! Bsl , A Fearful Fate. It is a fearful fate to have to endure the terrible torture of Pile. "I mn truthruuy say," write Harry Colson, of Masouville. I., "that for Blind. Bleeding. Itching and Protruding Piles, Bixfclin Arnica tslre, is the beet core made." Aim twwt fnp ratt Knm. j and Injuries. IV at all druggist. Remarkable Cure. 'I was much afflicted with M0NTEAGLE. Special tot he News. Miss Georgia Kenedy spent several days in Nashville this week. Wash Gilliam has moved his family . to Ketchall for the winter. , Julius Hassler spent Sunday in Tra cy City. Miss Delia Tucker is very sick at this writing. James Robarts is in Tullahoma this week. The Misses Green, of Hillsboro, are visiting their brother, J. W. Green, here. Rolla Bennett has accepted a position in Nashville. Mr. Lowrie, who has been very 111, is able to be out again. The ladies of the Y. W. C. A. will give a supper Tuesday evening for the benefit of the library. Mrs. J. W. Green entertained a few friends Tuesday evening in honor of the Misses Green, of Hillsboro. Wilson Parker , of Tracy Citv. was sciati ca." writes sua u. iuu, jowaviiie, Sedirwick Co.. Kan., "eoing about on crutches and suffering a great deal of j twin. I was induced to try Ballard si Snow Liniment, which relieved roe. 1 1 used three 50c bottles. It is the great-1 in town on bu(rinew(?) Sunday. est liniment I ever used; have recom-j An oyster supper was given at the mended it to a numler of person's; all, Mabee house Saturday evening for the express themselves as neing Denenieu benefit of the C. P. Christmas tree. by it- I now walk without crutches, able to perform a great deal of light labor on the farm." 2-V;. Wto and 1.0O. Sold by Spaatchie Supply Store. NOTICE. I will be at Jasper on Monday of each week. All parties eairinf dea tal workwiil plsaae call at the Bug-be House. N. U. MOORE, Dkxtibt. About IS was realized and all that j were present report a very enjoyable ) time. Eaglet ' Cure for Sore NIpplet. As soon as the child is done nursing apply Chamberlain's Salve. Wipe it off with a soft cloth before allowing the child to nnrse. Many trained nurs es use this with the bt result. Price 2.1 cents per box. For sale by Jno. W. Simpson, Japer, Tenn.