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J. M. Griflith went to Daus Friday. Olivi-r Rajiif-r, of Bridgeport, was here Sunday taking photographs. Tho KtndciitH t f Pryor luntitnte re turned t their Htadien Tuesday after a vacation of two weeks. Miss Anna Deakiim returned Friday from a visit to relatives in Jasper and South rittslmrj,'. Mrs. V. ("!. limits was in Cliuttanoo K last week to visit an undo who was seriously ill. She returned Friday. The first mow Htorm of the season occurred Saturday night and the fall of snow on th" mountain was heavy. Mr. and Mrs. Sim Eldridge, of Cleveland, Teun., arrived Saturday on a visit to Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Eldridgn. Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Thomas and daughter, Miss Grace, returned from a visit in Knoxvillo Wednesday of last week. R .11. Fitzgerald of South Tittsburg, was in the city Friday, and presented the News with a neat calendar from the Queen Fire Insurance Co., one of tho companies he represents. Walter and. Chas. Randle attended the Christmas tree and entertainment at Victoria Saturday night, and great ly enjoyed the occasion. They report an excellent program. Hugh t'oppinger, of 'Whitwell, was in town Saturday. He has now got a partner in the coal business, W. M. Petty, and the firm name is now Cop pinger and Petty. For any disease of the skin there is nothing better than Chamberlain's Salve. It relieves tho itching and burn ing sensation instantly and soon effects a cure. Mold by John W. Simpson, Jasper, Tenn. W. S. Wilson returned from a visit to Loudon, Cleveland and other points in East Tennessee Friday. He was ac companied by a brother and sister of Mrs. Wilson, who will go to school at Jasper. HELP WANTED: We can give a few more families of female help em ployment, at our mill. Cheap House rent. High prices paid for piece work. Steady employment guaranteed. Ap ply to" Philip Hoffman, Superintendent, Mathis & Davis Co. , E. Chattanooga, (Boyce) Tennessee. In our, list of now subscriptions re ceived is tho name of Dr. C. G. Gra ham, of Chattanooga. JJr. Uraham is a daughter of Mrs. S. C. Graham, of Whitwell, and after hard trials has worked herself up in the world, being now entitled to practice medicine. Her rise has been remarkable as she had to face reverses that would have discour aged most anyone. She is thoroughly is love with her chosen profession and we have no fear that she will lack a successf ull practi ce. READ THIS Rrowriaville, Tonn., May 31, 1901. ' Dr. E. W. II ill 1: Deiir Sir I have us ed your Great Discovery for kidney and bladder troubles and have been very greatly bonefltted by it and I can fully recommend it to any one suffering in the same manner. Respectfully, GILES RIVES, Postmaster. W. C. Hill went to Chattanooga Fri day- . , The Handle Works rcsumeu na tions Friday. ... , Jas. Skyles has been BU'K Wis een with la grippe. . G. Sherman left for Chattanooga Monday morning. Miss Verda Rennett visueu in Jasper Sunday. John Thornton or unauanooKrt, wi- ed W. M. Lee Sumiay. Miss Clarabelle Campbell visited in Coppinger Cove last veeu. E. 13. Russell and I. A. nos. oi ic- m 1 toria, were in town meson). Bob Brown and Louis Jjenaoia Jit- gone to Chattanooga to worn. Hugh and Will U iM'Ui renuiirn v, Chattanooga Saturday moining. Standifer Bennett is now doing nam ing at the Southern Kan way onuKe. W. P. Hollow-ay, or w mrweu, caw.-., , . ... c . T.,Li,M.r TilPQllllV. in on ins way Dallas Dixon and Jesse Coppinger, or Coppinger Cove, -were in town naiur-dav. Mrs W. K. Marlin returned limrs- day from a visit to relatives in Ala bama. . , D. F. Chaudoin was ill Saturday irnt is better now, being treaieu u ui. Chaudoin. Herschel Chaudoin left for Chatta nooga Tuesday where he goes to seek emplovmeiit. Miss Nora liunniu, in .ui.inc u has been visiting friends in this city this week. Rov R. H. Jewell attended the Pas- tor's Council, ot tne ai. uui., South, at Jasper Tuesday. Miss Juliet Hopkins returned hatur- t'rom a visit to her uncle and aunt, day and Mrs. J. C. Wall, of Chatta- has A TEXAS WONDER. One small bottle of the Texas Won der, Hall's Great Discovery, 'cures all kidney and bladder troubles, removes gravel, cures diabotes, weak and lame backs, rheumatism and all irregulari ties of the kidneys and bladder in both men und women, regulates bladder trouble in children. If not sold by your druggist, will be sent by mall on re ceipt ot SI. One small bottle is two month's treatment and will cure any case above mentioned. Dr. E. W. Hali, sole manufacturer, P. O. Box 629, St. Louis, Mo. Send for testimonial. Sold by all druggists. (ps WuN'ALCunUUU. IN TABLET FORM CHOCOLATE COATED P'.easant h Tart3 and Er.sy to Take, A purely vegetable Compound, i'ree fnmi all mineral poison. Clean; -.'6 r.:'. 1 iiiou" ilerangi -monts and impure Moo I fium the svrt'em. lUAMiVS V.V;.ke-.e.-. Constitution. Tories tiie creatfs :n a.ppe Mr, nooga. W A. Price, tho clothing man, . . . t- -.irk just received from ins nrm w samples of suit goods for Bpring and summer wear, and he is on the warpath for or ders. Mrs. James Coldwell, of Arena, had a severe attack ot nemorrnago oi the nse Saturday, which continued all day, and was not relieved until Dr. Turner, of Jasper, arrived and treated her. It invigorates, strengthens and builds ly, mentally and morally. mat s what Hollister b Rocky Mountain xea will do. Jtf cents. Tea or Tablets. Ask your druggist. Mrs. Ethel Campbell, was married to Walter Martin at, Chattanooga dur ing the holidays. She was tho widow of J. O. Campbell, and formerly lived here. You will not find beauty in rouge pot or complexion whitewash. True .enntv comes to them only that take J T, I Hollister's Rocky Mountain lea. it is a wonderful tonic and beautifier. 35 cents, Tea or Tablets. Ask your drug gist. A party was held at tho residence of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Lasater Monday night in honor of Miss Nora Gilliam, of Battle Creek, who is visiting rela tives here. A largo crowd attended and a very enjoyable time was had. A large steam shovel will soon be put to work in making cuts on the Southern R'y extension. The work of grading through the bottoms near So. Pittsburg and ; Kimbal is practically finished, and several miles have been graded. Three little babes were nestled in bed, I'll name William, Willie and Bill," mother said ; Wide was her smile, for triplets they be,- She lavs her good luck to Rocky Mountain Tea. (Great baby med icine. 1 Ask j-our druggist. HALE'S CHAPEL. Special to the Newt, Sain Bracken of Grape vi ue, Texas, is visiting his brother, T. S. Bracken, here. Ed Morgan, of Bailey, Texas, is visiting relatives in this vicinity. M. D. Ketner went to Whi'tesido Wednesday. Miss Alice Parker, one of Roojie's most prominent young ladies, spent hist week visiting Lizzie Myers. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Rigglo are visit ing their daughter in Arkansas. G rover and Ed Morgan and H. M. Wells called at the home of John My ers, Sr., Wednesday. Wonder what's the attraction. C. M. Cordell returned from a visit with relatives in St. Elmo Wednes day. Mrs. Paine is visiting her brother, M. D. Ketner, here. A crowd of boys from Roope passed through our vicinity Tuesday on a hunting expedition. Grover Morgan was calling 'at the house of his uncle, Jno. Myers, Thurs day. Will Lewis and Will Bennett were over viewing tho lock and dam Wed nesday. Will Halo visited relatives here Thursday. Frank Cyphers, of Birmingham, is visiting his brother, J. Cyphers;' " ' Mr. and Mrs. Walter Goff made a flying trip to Chattanooga Friday. A certain fellow says he intends vis7 iting at Roope soon. Misses Clave Myers and Alice Parker called on Miss Jennio Myers Friday eve. Jim Myers, of Whiteside, visited "his uncle., J. Cyphers, Friday. Mr. Hammock, of Roope, was down Thursday viewing the work goingon at the lock and dam. Ed Morgan went to Whiteside Thurs day. W. M. Alder was in our vicinity Thursday. ' Joe and Jim Roope, of Whiteside passed through our vicinity Friday. Tom Morgan was all smiles. . A certain girl said Grover Morgan looked as sweet as a crab apple Wed nesday. Ask Miss Edith Cyphers how she likes her new wood chopper. Mrs. Dennis Brymer visited Mrs. A. Cordell Thursday afternoon. Charley Myers is visiting his sister, Mrs. Hamrick, in Antioch. A certain fellow said Alice Parker was sure fine looking. Look out, Ed Houts, of Roope. J. Cyphers is very ill at his home at Ladd's Switch. Come again "Mountain Bachelor." we certainly enjoy reading your piec es. Miss Emma Bracken is visiting rela tives in Highland Park. Lilly and Violet. .1 it no! f, JLVPV . Y.onoyi:,' s :.Y. MtlV refund factory. J C'.V DIRECTIONS CAf.: b a,m ". s: One T:.Het r.it'it r.' I Cli.:.-n. 4 to 12 years oi'l: If-.rc.vtirii.s. 12 Wirt years: :. 2 an. I r.nrn!'ir. u ioiiiki n.- m nu, a.. I dose, regulate to ait tiie sj-.-teui. 5" Slxoit, sac, 2Zc. 5 '- I 5 Oosca tp 's can 2AVIES REMEDY C'X- FOR SALE. To sell for cash one good, reliable family mare, in good fix. Works well anywhere and a woman can drive her. Will sell cheap if taken at once. Call on or address A. G. CHAUDOIN, Sequatchie Tenn MARRIED IN CHATTANOOGA News was received here last night of tho wedding of Mr. G. Sherman, man ager of tho Handle Works, this city, and Miss Tower, in Chattanooga, anil that the bride and groom had left on a honeymoon trip to Florida. This was somewhat of a surprise to many but some seem to have already known something of the event. Mr. Sherman anil bride have the congratulations of the News and we wisli them a. full measure of success. After their Flori da trip they will be at homo to their friends at tie beautiful residence own ed by M' Sherman on Alabama Avenue. WATCH US GROW. David Shadrick, of Jasper, hands in his subscriptiou. WATCH US GROW. Dock Coppinger, of Whitwell, re news his subscription. WATCH US GROW. wheels thanks. DIED. Walter Walsh, after a long and pain ful illness, passed away from this life Saturday afternoon at !5:;i0 o'clock, and interment was made at Owen cemete ry Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock. - The church was filled with friends and relatives of the deceased, and Lau rel Lodge, No. H7, K. of P. , of Jasper, of which deceased was a member was oresent. The funeral sermon was preached by Rev. Sanders, of Whitwell and was preceeded by Scripture read ing by Rev. R. A. Jewell. After the exercises in the church, the body was taken in charge by the K. of P. and the simple burial ceremony of the lodge was carried out at the grave. Walter Walsh was born Aug. 24, 1H78. and was 27 years, r months and six days old. He leaves a wife, form erly Miss Kittie Burnett, to whom he was married Dec. 7, 1902, who has the deepest sympathy of the community in her sorrow. He was the only son of 'Sonire and Mrs. W. H. Walsh, and leaves three sisters, besides his parents. He was very highly respected, being upright and honorable in all things. He was a member of the M. E. Church, inininy it, at the aire of sixteen. He d" O ----- t . was a valued employe of the Sequat chie Handle Works and his fellow em ployes extended him all the assistance they could during his illness, ine be reaved wife and other relatives thank ttmir friends for the many kindnesses rendered during their trouble. Buffalo, H. V. Dixie School Desks GET OUR PRICES L. B. GRAHAM CO., Chattanooga, Tenn. L-T-Jg.tH;mi Bee ft bjruy. 1 uM 4im4. In lima b tfrunffeU- mm m lit lllllA JM lnTPlMiii-i" CLIFTY. $f,ri.' the XeZi'S. Xui-is w;is dull here. Sin-inn is the order of the day. There is a big snow on tho ground to day. Come on. "Little Union Girl." I like to read your letters. What has Unoine of "Morning Glo ry1:'' Has the cold weather bit his bud? This is my first letter. I have leen off taking Christmas or I would have written before. N. X. Rush and family took Christ mas at Manchester last week and re l"rted h nice time. I like to read "I'mon Woman's" let ters. Health is very good here. Xute Kerleyand family took Christ ma at home. Thin in a dull day anil evervbtx.lv u Uying at home. Little Girt Dr. C. (J. Graham, of Chattanooga, now reads tho News. WATCH US GROW. Mrs. Arthur Ray, Amarillo, Texas, s a new reader. WATCH US GROW. John Thornton, winds us one of of Chattanooga, Uncle Sam's cart for which on subscription WATCH US GROW. Springs re Daniel Layne, of Cedar news his subscription. WATCH US GROW. J. F. White, Whitwell, sends in subscription for the News. WATCH I'S GROW. his Nancy Langford, the Xews. WATCH US Tracy City, orders GROW. Whitwell, re- W. P. Holloway, of news his subscription. WATCH US GROW Rev. R. H. Jewell, of Sequachee, or ders tho News. WATCH US GROW. Jane Patterson, Petros, wants the News. WATCH US GROW. C. L. Henry, Mobile, Ala., orders the News. ' WATCH US GROW. ROOPE, TENN. Special to the News. Cold atmosphere is tho order of the day. Mrs. John Dykes, of Hale's Chapel, isited her aunt Saturday and Sunday. Jess Hartman, of Chattanooga, was in our vicinity Saturday. Alex Myers and A. Jr. .Parker visit ed J. Cyphers Saturday night and Sun day, who is very sick. Tommie McNabb lett Saturday for Alabama in search of work. Miss Florence Allen speent Saturday night with Faytie Myers. Miss Mintie Myers spent Sunday with her cousin, Alice barker. Ask Tom Sexton if he is still wear ing his overcoat. I guess he is as it snowed Sunday. Miss Callie Quarles visited home folks during the holidays. Mrs. Chas. Hammock, of Menlo, Ga. is visiting home folks here. , Mrs. (ieo. Wood visited her sister, Mrs. Rie, Sunday. . Ask Grover Parker whose ring he is wearing and watch him smile. Wonder what has become of Wess, Hicks as I haven t seen him for some time. A certain girl of this place said she was still looking for a picture that Grover Morgan promised her when she was at Hale s Chapel. Mrs. Tom McNabb spent Saturday night with her mother, Mrs. Anne My ers. Miss Alice Parker visited her cous in, Miss lizzie Myers, or tiale s Unap- el, last week. The Not Above Girl. Ladv Sneaks Hiahly of Cham berlain'8 Cough Remedy. Mrs. Michael Hart, wife of the su perintendent of Cart Service at Kings ton, Jamica, West Indies Islands, says that she has for some years nsed Cham berlain's Cough Remedy for coughs, croup and whopping cough and has found it very beneficial. She has im plicit confidence in it and would not be without a bottle of it in her home. Sold by John W. Simpson, Jasper, Tenn. Party. W.M . Lee and family were surpris ed Friday night . a party of young folks appearing at their residence, Al abama avenue, for an evening ot jolli fication. The usual nuniler of games were played, '-twistification" Indng intensely enjoyed by severaL Those present were : Mis.ses Thnla Martin, True Randle, Nina Randle. Bonnie Chaudoin. Ethel Campbell, Louise Hill. Sr Gilliam, Mattie Lasater, Virgi Lasater. MeHsr-9-Chas. Martin, Chas. Randle. Hugh Alder. Will Campbell. Hewchal rLvAn. W. C Hill, Bob Brown. I Pat Jone UNION GROVE. Special to the News. , As 1 hain't got nothing to write this week I will try to think of something. White Sheep, you don't know who you are writing to. You said tbat 1 was not the man I said I was or I would not have taken your man's work. I never worked at Whitwell in my life and have never asked "for work since the un ion has been on a strike. I live about ten miles from Whitwell. You wantto know if I have anything to make soup out of. I have plenty but I did not get it from John Mitchell. A new year has begun and I think we had better stop this nonsense and write something o interest. This saying hard things bout one another is no good. When I got up this morning what did I find? A snow and only a small pile of wood. Some from this place went to th juw lear s tree at Victoria and repor a nice time. Ye writer went to Whitwell a few days usro. Misses Kutb and Virgle tiriflith too dinner with Mrs. .John Spears on New Years. If you want to exchange horses en on Dun Pitman. John Spangler is spending a fow day at Sequachee. Cost wishes to the News and reaJors. Nip Sc Tuck's Pap. CARD OF THANKS. For the kindness of the peoplo of Se quacheo and also that of tho K. of Lodfjo of Jasper., durinsr the sickness and death of my husband, I desire express my grateful thanks. Mus. Wai.tf.ii Wai.sh Sequacbee, Tenn., Jan. 3, l'.KXi. Humors Come to the Surface In pimples ami other eruption, but don't rnn turmselven all oft that war. They mostly re main in the lystem-that's bad. Hood's Sar- apartlla remvres them, wards off dancer. Bakes food health sure. Take 1L i f AcCc(aUe Prcpnrationror As similating UicFoounndRcgula ting Hie Stomachs and Dowels of Tromotcs Diestion,Checr(ul ness and RVsi.Conhiins nciilur Opium.Morphine nor Mineral. Not Naiic otic. J&cifxafOUDrSmUELPlTCim HmyJ,M Seed' Mx.XtnrM Kh.ll, Salle -sttu.tr Srrei t-Hiennitt -Jit (urtMihiilrSala HaTft. ttrti '. fmtrJ Aunr hiittrnfmvi- f'tanr. Aperfecl Remedy forConslipa Tion, Sour Stomach.Uiarrhoca Worms .Convulsions .Fevcrish ness and Loss of Sleep. Facsimile Si'tfnnlure of NEW VOTCK. EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER. For Infants and Children. The Kind Always Bears the Signature of ii ?g iiave Bought AW In Use For Over Thirty Years I THK CtNTIUK eOMMNT. NSW YOl CIT. iw. ""' 32S tJUSMM rnn mtif Tl i i m mT' t 'P Hi i MS M 1a -MTHMBw- v r ! .11 ! ! 1-9 if T 7 iinii'iinLmi i ilnl t ,1 PERMANENTLY CURES CONSUMPTION, COUGHS, COLDS, BRONCHITIS ASTHMA, SORE THROAT, HOARSENESS WHOOPINQ COUGH AND CROUP DO NOT DELAY Until tha drain on your svstem oroduces riermanent disability. Tha human breathing machinery is a wonderful system of tubes and cells. To have good health it must ba kept in good order. A COLD is considered of no impor tance, yet if it was known by it's proper name of "throat Inflammation," or "congestion of the lungs," its dangerous character would be appre ciated. When a cold makes its appearance use at onca Ballard's Hore hound Syrup which will speedily overcome it. WHOOPING COUCH and CROUP Require Prompt Action. SNOW LINIMENT applied to tha throat and chest rives wonderful relief, while Dailard's Horehound Syrup will rapidly stop the violent paroxysms of , congning. 11 is int unli ouuun Kc.IYlt.DY THAT WILL POSITIVELY CURE WHOOPING COUGH AND CROUP. BEST FOR CHILDREN Mrs. Maud Adams, Goldthwalte, Tex., writes: ' I have used Ballard's Horeliound Syrup and And It the BKST medicine for croup, coughs and colds. My children use It and It Is pleasant to take and quickly cures." SAFE AND SUKE( Three Sizes, 25c, 50c, $1.00 The Children's Favorite Remedy Every Bottle Guaranteed Ballard Snow Liniment Co., St. Louis, Mo. SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY FOR SALE BY SEQUATCHIE SUPL'LY STOKE THOMAS B. HILL. Notary Public: Certificate of Appointment filed in U S. Pension Offices. 3-C0RRESr0NDENCE aolicited trom persons de siring to purchase land for residence or farming pur poses TITLES examined. SEQUACHEE, TENN. nKcan turnieh you letter heads, bill heads, statements, circulars," invitations and catds. LAW STATIONARY Sittinf jclion Guaranteed. Ml ROOK WORK. PRINTING W ANT ED GOOD, ACTIVE AGENTS in every community to crijitinns for TIIE NEWS. Liberal commission paid. tor JurUier lntunnntton. solicit Writ su' to THE NEWS, SEQUACHEE, TENM. Sequachee Water Works. Office: Marion House. Residents of Sequachee have all the privilege in uectiou wi;ii Water Services; equal to any firt class city. " . supply is taken from Cumberland Mountain from tpn. 350 feet elevation. Tbr miles of pip ar now laid.