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jjers Why is it that Aycr's Hair Vigor does so many remark able things? Because it is a hair food. It feeds the hair, puts new life into it. The hair Hair Vigor cannot keep from growing. And gradually all the dark, rich color of early life comes back to gray hair. Wlian I first ntr-il Aj(r'i llalr Vigor my hair about ill fiiny. Hut now It In iiii-a tivh blui'k. mid as tlurk a. I could wish.' MUH. STHAN KLOFKKJIATIKN, TlKUUIIlllIn, Ala. (II. CO a lioltle. for .1. C. ATtROO. l.mHI. MM Gray Hair LOCAL. W. S. Pryor went to Whitwell Mon ona Mrs. John Condra went to Monday Whit-after- lay Born to Mr. Friday, a son. Mrs. C. E. Cunningham Chattanooga Monday. Jas Skyles went to Dunlap in search of employment. Lester Shirley and friend, or well, were at the Cave Sunday noon. Chas. Randle and Jackson Lee .visit ed lady friends in the cove inursaay night. Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Fiske, wno nave been stopping at the Marion nouse, left Saturday for Chattanooga. T. J. Sullivan, of Dunlap, nas open ed a real estate agency to boom prop- ety in that flourishing burg. Mrs. Chas. Rutledge and cniwren and Mrs Turner attended the grave yard cleaning at Sardis Saturday. maim, Tor Sale, tc. ' Advertisements inserted under this bead at fto per line: no advertisement accepted for less than 25c first Insertion. SWEET POTATO PLANTS-Now ready ! Orders by mail shipped same day. One dollar iw thousand. JNO. M. LEWIS, Jasper, Tenn. FOR SALE Washington Hand Press for 7-coi folio newspaper: in good con dition. Apply to the News, 8eqnacb.ee, Tenn. WATCH US GROW. Miss Emma Burklin, Okfuskee, I. T. orders the News. WATCH US GROW. Sam L. Brown, the News. WATCH Tracy Citv, orders rs GROW. FOR SALE-Old newspapers. cents per 100 at this office. the FIFTH WARD, KENTVILLE. Spt-cail to the Xeivi. Bicycle riding is the order of day. . . Jim Alton looked pretty Sunday. If you want to see Willie Dixon smile let him sit down by a pretty girl. Kate Alton was all smiles Sunday morning. If vou want to see Fate Knowlen Haag's circus passed through Sunday 8miie ask him when he is going to see orning en route to Whitwell, where a Mis8 Nan Coppinger. It you want to see Birdine Alton St w. p.. kor.KK. fi MTTntrita, Ti -.-n.. S -.-s: "1 have u-1 r-)in Native H?rb f fur Calnrrh of ih Stomal;, ami it lia dune iv-f more cowl than any utlier reuc!y I ever iistcT. I e'lRdly recommend the mdirii'etoull sufleniig as I did." BUSS A BOX cf Bliss Native t f Herbs is a family doc tor always in the house. Its v. e prevents and . cures Constipation,' Dys pepsia, Kidney and NATIVE Liver Trouble, Skin KERBS. PanTnv ti sm and many I Blood diseases. It is purely i vcjeiab e contains no min eral pUIMJIi tUlU 19 J)IS- pared in Tablet and Powder form. Sold in One Dollar boxes with a Guarantee to cure or money back. Our 32 y.age Almanac telling how to treat disease sent on request. 200 DOSES $1.00 MKD1CINK MAILED PROMPTLY BY JAMES CARLOCK, 3. Pittsburg, Tenn., 'I HE ALONZO O. BLISS CO. WASHINOTON, D. C. Sljr fHufltrtan A Krothlj Journal Dtrotad to tha InUmta of Mmlc Edited by THOMAS TAPPER g THE MUSICIAN embody the Lbest ideas, gained by experience, of the leaden ia the musical world. The lenetal articles treat on current topic, while for the piano, voice, organ, violin, andorcheatra there are special departmenU. " Club Programs from All Nations" u a new Department intended especially for . musical clubs. Biographies of American composer, will be a special feature, and space will also be devoted to public school music. Many excellent illustrations are included. Each issue contains twenty four or more pages of new vocal and instrumental music, which, if purchased separately, would cost in a year at least $25.00. No teacher, student, or lover of music should be without The Musician, because it contains information suited to the daily needs of all. Price, 15c. per copy; Subscription price, $1.50 per year. linrr EUtemt Boston, Ma tvft-H 50 YEARS' V-r EXPERIENCE Trade Marks Designs Copyrights Ac Anvrmn sAndfnff a sketch and deflcrlptlon may quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an Invention la probably patentable. Commiinlc. tlonsatrictlycoiifldeiitlal. HANDBOOK on Patent sent free. Oldest agency for aecurliiK patenta. Patents! taken tliroush Munn Co. reeelv special notice, without charge, In the Scientific Jlmcrlcati. A handsomely lllnstrated weekly. Largest ctr culation of any scientific journal. 1 cirrus, ti a rear: four months, $1. Sold by all newsdealer. Hranch Office, 026 F St Wasblniiton, D. C morning performance was given Monday. W. S. Pryor left yesterday tor a can vassinir trip of several days duration in the mountaineous districts adjacent to the Tennessee River. J. B. Eldridge went to Cleveland, Tenn. , yesterday, where he will har vest, n. liircn wheat croo which he has in the vicinity of that city. A letter from VV. A. Brown, wno is in the real estate business at bast Luke rhfttranooira. shows him to he enthusiastic over the prospects. B. B. Lasater, and Mr. and Mrs. B. F Tjisi.t,flr. of this citv and Mrs. ueo. W. Alder, of Victoria, have been visit ine- friends and relatives in PIham C7 Valley. An attempt is being made to organ ize a base ball team but the ripple will be hardly miide owing to the indiffer nf those who could make up a Kood team. Fred Raulston and Chas. Kauiston, of Whitwell, were in the city Saturday en route to Jasper. They called on the News and we were glad to see them. What's the good of keeping from him Anv eood thin us you may see, That will lift his load of labor Like Rocky Mountain Tea. Ask your Druggist. Miss Minnie Haynes came out from Chattanooga Monday night to visit homefolks. She brought with her her little nephew and neice, Gilbert and Gladys Pryor, who have been visiting her the past week. Ed Johnson, candidate for County Court Clerk, was in town Monday and called on the News. He is making friends wherever he goes and will con duct an energetic canvass. Don't be fooled and made to believe that rheumatism can be cured with lO' cal appliances. Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea is the only positive cure for rheumatism. 8.1 cents, Tea or Tablets. Ask your Druggist. When the baby talks, it is time to give Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea. It's the greatest baby medicine known to loving mothers. It makes them eat, sleep and grow. 35 cents, Tea or Tab' lets. Ask your Druggist. JE. Dyer, candidate for Trustee, was in the city Monday and called to pay his respects, to the News. He was just in .from a trip to the 1st and 2nd districts, where he 'lectioneeredasloud as the locusts would let him. "Ed" Dyer is a candidate who is very popu lar even among those of different pol itical faith. Mrs. C. W. Duke, 11!) So. Broadway, Oklahoma City, I. T., writes the News as follows: "As we are far away from the beautiful mountains of Tennessee, our' minds wander hack to the dear little home paper and I write to ask you to forward it to us at this place as it would be of great interest to us now as we are away from home and friends. We left Petros April 1, but stopping along the road, have only been here a little while. This is a fine country. We think we will like it very much. It is a hne farming country. The farmers are wide awake and full of business but I love dear old Tennessee." smile ask him who he took home Wed nesday night. Hattie Tate took dinner with Mrs. Annie Kent Sunday. Lee Brewer was awful polite Sun day eve. As Mrs. Phillips who she likes best and see her smile. Miss Lina Alton was all smiles Sun day. Roses are red, violets are blue ; Sugar is sweet but not like you. Pink Rose. C. H. Dykes, Tracy City, is added to our list. WATCH US GROW. Fred Raulston, Whitwell, renews his subscription. WATCH US GROW. Jonathan Turner, Jasier, orders the News. WATCH US GROW. I. K. Kaw lings, bequachee, renews his subscription. WATCH US GROW- J. L. Langford, "Tracy City, renews his subscription. WATCH US GROW. Aged Man Drops Dead SOUTH PITTSBURG, Tenn., June . .1 -1 A, .1 o. a sunuen ueam occureu on uie train bound for Chattanooga this morn ing which caused excitement among the passengers. The unfortunate man was James Byrum. He got on the train at Sequatchie with a ticket for Chattanoo ga and dropped dead in the coach when the train was in the vicinity of Kim ball. The body was taken off at South Pittsburg and taken in charge by two sons in law of his who live here, Fred Bailey and John Farmer. Mr. Byrum was about 70 years of age and highly respected as a confederate veteran and good citizen. Mr. Byrum got on the train at this place, Having been in bequaciiee cove gelling a patent remedy. He was brought as far as Cold well's store in a wagon by Austin Coppinger, and seem ingly was in good health. He walked to the depot where he bought .a ticket for Chattanooga, but just after taking it was noticed that there was some thing wrong with him, and he fainted but was caught before falling to the floor. He was taken to the platform and laid down and recovered. His friends endeavored to persuade him to remain over until fully recovered, which he refused to do, insisting on re turning to Chattanooga. He was plac ed on boardlthe train, but died before reaching Kimball. Mr. Byrum will be rememberea as having been a resident of this city some seven or eight years ago, where he attracted much attention by his promulgation of universalist doctrine. Adzer, Ala. Special to the News. Visiting is the order of the day. Going to church is the order of the night. Harvev Blankenship called on Miss Amanda Daffron last niirht. Oh, don't you see ha lonesome dove flying from pine to pine. She's mourn ing lor her lost true love just like 1 mourned for mine. Come on "Catchme if vou can." I like to read your pieces. Logan Mason still calls to see Miss Ola Griffith. Ask Modaina Parson how she likes to hop on grass. A certain young man took himself out walking Sunday eve and report a nice time. Ask Catie Davis how she would like to go to John Jones' and scrub and see her smile. Mollie Davis is a sweet girl, bo says a certain boy who has blue eyes. Wlter Evans still calls to see vMiss Georgia Mason. Ask Liula .Parson how she likes to take buggy rides at night and see her frown. Ask Tom Hopkinslif his lip has heal ed up yet. Ask Martha , Davis how she liked that elephant's snout a certain young fellow gave her and told her to keep it rorever. wonder if she will. If you want to see Mr. Harve Blank- enBhip kiss his lips ask him how he likes Miss Amanda Daffron. btreet walkers are plentiful in our town passing up and down the road ev ery day. Ask Walter Evans how he likes to hold lights for the girls of Adger and! listen and you will hear him say, "No.' Miss Amanda DaSron called on Miss Mattie Thomas Saturday eve. Miss Ola Griffith is a very mischeiv ons little girl. Here s to the roses that bloom and grow. Here s to the boys that wear emigrant clothes. Here s to the girls that will leap with joy To shake the hand of an Adger boy. . John Jones still calls to see the Wid ow Davis. Ask Amanda Daffron where she got that ring ohe is wearing or who broke ner nnger lor her and see her smile. Ask Georgia Mason what fellow got ner sister s ring ana see her grin. farewell, farewell to all below. My Scotchman calls and I must go. Fuss & (Quarrel. CITY ITEMS. Chapel. Ft. C. GOOD1ER, SEQUACUEE, TENN. Local Agent for WARRINGTON WOOLEN MILLS, High-Grade Tailoring at Popular Prices.... CHICAGO, - . . ILLS. UEt5"VrHe mo if you wish to be meas ured for Spring or Summer wear. WHEN NEEDING GOOD PRINTING HALL OX US. PRINTED PalVCI ftBCCWewillprintjour .. kiiikkvi nHin.'an.l a.lilrvx ou ll rnreloiH's (5. fi' , or 6 Mirl (or .tic ; if to lvnt you by mail, ;IV, rash aocomiwinj ing oniff, siivt cr !tiHiis. Wnvirfiy rv for tm nil- print! cnvHni w lusi o lit 1 1- niort will ensure llifrvtiirn of jour letter to von if umlelivereit, Anil it liMks more lu.iness-like, ttHK ltoriter promptly lill-il lv Hill A Sn, S'lUHchee, Tenn, PI :S t'.l i Kit MiU. Be' I .u ill ejran. I am UiL I'M s5???cct:u 4 m: lag . If you knew the value of Chamber lain's Salve you would never wish to be without it. Here are some of the diseases for which it is especially val uable: sore nipples, chapped hands, burns, frost bites, chilbains, chronic sore eyes, itching piles, tetter, salt rhenm and eczema. Price 2" cents per box. For sale by Jno. W. Simpson, Jasper, Tenn. Three Baptized. Baptismal servces were conducted at the county bridge aliove here Sunday afternoon by Rev. Sanders, of Whit well, and three candidates were im niersed. Onite a number from this citv and Victoria attended the exereis The Texas Wonder. Cures all Kidnev, Dladder and Rheu matic troubles; sold bv all druggists; or two month s treatment bv mail for UN). Dr. E. W. Hall, 2H2ft Olive street, St. Louis. Send for Tennes see testimonials. Black Bass. A consignment of fi.tMHl big month bass were revived ut Cliattiiiig.-i yes terday fur distribution in Rtivldng streams that now into e.j'inrliie river, Tbey crime from the government luttch erv at Krvvin. Unicoi lountv. E. II. lVtts, the government extort, who has charge of the consignment, said that s.ihmi nh had been put into rtreain. in East Tetinese no far this season. Union Special to the A'aus. Pretty weather is . the order of the day. Jim Clemons hlled his regular ap pointment at Union Chapel Sunday, Mr. ana Mrs. Tom Mason caueu on Mrs. Mason's parents Sunday eve. " Miss Amanda Loner arave Misses Gra cie and Ida Land a pleasant call Sun day eve. Miss Willie Lockhart spent baturday night and Sunday with her cousins (Irai'in nnr Trlo."Tjinrl ' .Tim Carlton huntr his hat on the well windlass at T. G. Land's Sunday Russell Houts called on his. best girl Sunday. Ask Miss Gracie Land how she likes to ride horseback and see her smile. Misses Gracie and Ida Land and Amanda Long went to Dunlap shop ping Saturuav. Ask Payton Smith how he likes to climb the incline and see what he will say. Ask Amanda Long how she likes bugsrv ride and see her wnile. Ask Ida Land and Amanda Logu how much ice cream they , ate Saturday night at the ice cream supper. Jim Carlton and Miss Grace Land looked cute Sunday. Ask Miss Amanda Long who ate can dy Saturday and see her smile. Earnest Deer is a cute little loy, Mason Land and his lest girl were out bnggv riding Sundav eve. Ask Miss Lizzie Dykes who she got that letter from Saturday and see her smile. Mason Land is wearing a never fad ing smile. Charlie Perkins is a sweet little lioy Come on, Sweet William, of Dun lap, your pieces are interesting. Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Land went to Dunlai) Tuesday. Mrs. Long called on Mrs. Colson Tuesday. Joe Smith and family siient Sunday niirht with his mother. Loner Girl. to J. M. Morton is at Tarlton this week. Walter Hopkins spent Monday in Whitwell. Geo. W. Alder, of Victoria, was in the city Monday. Post 53. G. A. R., will hold its reg ular meeting Saturday. Mrs. Mary Ralle is visiting rela tives in Chattanooga this week. A. F. Moore, of Jasper, the fire in surance man, was in the city Monday. Mrs. J. C. Gross, of Coalmont, visit ed in the valley a few days last week. Mrs. A. L. McCullough is visiting her sister, Mrs. G. M. Brown, at Vic tori a. Mrs. Scott Minter and son, of So. Pittsburg, arrived last night to Jvisit Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Cunningham. Miss Agnes Lasater, of Ft. Worth, Texas, arrived last night. She will spend about a week here and after that will go to Chattanooga to take charge of the books for the Brown Lumber Co. ANCIENT ROME. is now merely a memory or the past. Ballard's Snow Liniment is the family liniment of the twentieth century. A positive cure for Rheumatism, Burns, Cuts, Sprains, Neuralgia, etc., Mr. C. H. Runyon, Stanberrv, Mo., writes: I have nsed Snow Linament for Rheumatism and all pain. I can't say enough in its praise. Sold by Sequat chie Supply Store. THERE ARE FEW )ieople who know how to take care of themselves the majority do not. The liver is a most import;iut organ in the body. Herbinn will keep it in condi tion. . ('. Mnnpkings, Alia, TeiHs, writes: ,-I have nsed llerdinfl for Chills and Fever and find it tho Wt medicine I ever nsed. I would not be without it It is a. goixl for children a it in for grown np people, and I rec ommend it It i tine for La Gripe." Sild by Sepiati-hi Supply Stor. Merchants to Come. The Nashville merchants of Nash ville Board of Trade, will be here June 2'i. A special train of three sleep ers, a dining car and two baggage cars will leave Chattanooga 5:10 a. m., and stojw will tie made at the various points in Sequachee Valley of from ten minutes to nan an nour. 1 nis is the third annual trip of the merchants and is done to build np Nashville's jobbing trade. OGLE A Farm Library of ancquallcd value. Practical, Ip to date, Concise and Comprehensive. BOOKS ,11 about Hojt Breed ing, Feediiijt, Butchery, Disease, ic. Covers the whole ground. Trice, SO Cents. 1909 HaaJsmtlr Pristta1 aaf BeiDtllull; lllatlratcd. BY JACOB BIQ0LE No. 1-BIGGLE HORSE BOOK All nbnut Horses a Commoii-sete Treatise, with mora than 74 illustrations ; a standard work. 1'riie, M Cent. No. 2-BKiOLE BERRY BOOK All about growing Small Fruit! read and learn how. Beautiiul colored plates. Tiiie, M Cents, No. 3-BIOQLE POULTRY BOOK All about Poultry; the best Poultry Book In existence; "ells everything. Profusely illustrated. Ptice, oO Cents. No. 4-BiadLE COW BOOK All about Cowa and the Dairy Business; new edition. Colored plates. Sound I Common -sense. Price, 50 Cents. No. 5-BIGQLE SWINE BOOK All 1 etc. covers the whole groun No. 6-BIGQLE HEALTH BOOK - Gives remedies and up-to-date Information. A household necessity. tCxticmely practical. Price, AO Cents. No. 7-BIGOLE PET BOOK For the boys and girls particularly. Pets of ill kinds and how to care for them. Price, ')0 Cents. No. 8 BIGGLE SHEEP BOOK Covers the whole ground. Every page full of good ad vice. Sheep men praise it. Price, 50 Cents. Farm Journal Is vpur paper, made for you and not a misfit. !t Is J9 years old; it is the great hoiled-down, hit-the-nail-on-the-head, quit-after-you-have-said-it Farm and Household paper in the world the biggest paper of its site in the I'nited States ol America having more than Three Million regular readers. ny uric 01 ine niuuLK BOOKS, and the hAKivt JOURNAL 8 YEARS (remainder of l'jne. and nil of 1907,1908, and 1910), sent bv mail to any address for A DOLLAR BILL. mple of FARM JOURNAL and circular describing BIOQLE BOOKS, free. WILMER ATKINSON CO., Publishers or Farm Journal, Philadelphia. Sequachee Water Works. Office: Marion House. RESIDENTS of Sequatchie have all the privileges in connection with with water service equal to any first-olaBS city. The supply is tak en troin Cumberland Mountain from springs 850 feet in elevation. Three miles of pipe are now laid. THOMAS H. HILL, Notary Public, Certificate of Appointment filed : t in U S. Pension Offices.. Correspondence solicited from persons desiring to purchase land for residence or farming purposes. Titles carefully examined. SEQUACHEE, TENN. Of-; HCU'STn-.-S Srtet 6r;i urtlli Mi ttzii V,(-,r. A T":c f-rC'V..iCrtirn. lii .' ti..n. 1 ii .il K-lr"y Tronll", 1"i:ii;1 Kcoiiii, In -p"r BiokI. Bif Breath. SlMtv-h HowU. ir-a.U.-h and Bk Wjolie. It's U.H-ky iloiiLtaiii l -n in '.-! Il form. e?Rta si bo, latino rnude cy Uoujstcr Iara CorT, Jlaxlivn, Wi. IODIDE! NUGGETS FOR SALLOW PEOME JOB WKcan furnish you letter htudf., bill heads, stateuieuts, circn'hr i-, xnvitations and caids. LAW STATIONARY BOOK WORK. Satisfaction Guaranteed. PRINTING. WANTED. GOOD, ACTIVE AGENTS in every community to solicit subss criptions for THE NEWS. Liberal commission paid. Write to us for further information. THE NEWS, SEQUACHEE, TENN. Watson's Magazine The leading exponent of Jefferaonian Democracy. Edited by Hon. Thos. E. Watson, of Georgia, the Father cf Rural Free Delivery; anthor of "The Story of France," "Life of Napoleon," "Life and Times of Thomas Jefferson," "Betban-i y and other books. Mr. Watson was the i People's Party nominee for Vice-Presl-' dentin 18, and for President in' 11)04. He is to day beading a middle-class re-: form movement which is bound to sweep the country in a short time. J Watson's Magazine is not Social ist publication. It does not stand for collective ownership of all the means of production. Mr. Watson believes in public or government ownership of rail roads, telegraphs and telephones; In municipal ownersblpof street railways, , gas, electric lights, water works, etc.; and he believes in private ownership of i all industries not natural monopolies. The middle class the home owners, farmers, small business men ana prop erty ow ners won Jefferson's victory in 1800; won Jackson's victory over Nick Biddlo's money power in 1832; won Lin coln's victory in 1800. Hut each time after the flush of victory had died away they became careless of their rights and went to sleep. They bav slept a good portion of the time since 1865, but Watson's Maoa.ixk is wakinghem np. Another great victory is in the air. Keep in touch with the movement. Fifteen cents a copy at news stands; $1.50 a year by mail, Sample copy for 4 two-cent stames and four names of reading friend. Address. TOM WATSON'S MAGAZINE, 121 West 42nd Street, New York City. S.I'KCIAL CM'ltBINO RATF. Watson's Magazine and the News one year each for oniy SI. "5. Why not save the 2 cents? Loave order at this office. Whooping Cough Prevalent. An epidemic of whooping cpagh is reported broken ont in South Pitta burg. It is of a malignant type, and so far seven deaths are reported, all col ored. It is especially severe among the colored people, as the white canes are of a milder tyie. An Alarming Situation fntrurntly resnlta from neglect of t'logtced IxiweW and torpid liver, nntil (Tonstipation Ijeconies chronic This condition is nnknown to triune who n Dr. King's New Life Iill: the bft and gentlest regulator of SUmach iiu HhwfK i nnrxuteed hj all dmg giti. Five Papers For $i.oo. By special arrangement with the Southern Agriculturist, the popular semi-monthly farm paper of Nashville, Tenn., we are able to give our readers the advantage of a clubbing oifer which we believe is the most liberal ever made by any newspaper In the South. In the first place, we will send the Southern Agriculturist a whole year for 00c, or only 10c more than the regular price of our paper. This rate is made only by special arrangement with the Southern Agriculturist. This great semi-monthly farm paper goes twice every month into 50,000 Southern homes, and the regular price is 50 cents a year. It is edited by southern men and women to suit south ern conditions, and is just what our farmers need. Itanswer free ot charge any question a subscriber may ask, and its advice is given in a plain, practical way which any farmer can understand. All departments of farm lif are cover ed including delightful home and child ren's pages. Sample copies free at cur office. J1ARGAIN. Regular Price Soquacbee. Valley News fto Southern Agriculturist so Nashville VVeekly American 60 Industrious Ilpn (poultry) r.O Southern Fruit Grower !so Total regular price GO We will send you all live of the above papers a wholo year for only (1.00. These papers are all southern publi cation? and each is a ledor in its par ticular field. Order thin cl ui) s.ad jui will get a year's roadiug t uo:i inal cost. The News, SKOX'ACHEE. TENN. Chattanooga Northern Railway. CHATTANOOGA, Tenn., Jane fl. Articles of incorporation were filnl here yesterday for the Chattanooga Northern Railway from Chattanooga to Dainy, Tenn. , to develop tne coal and iron owned by the, ChattamM Company, limited. The inr'rpi-.rucrB are identical with thow i),terested in the Chattamxiga Co. A brides w.ll be built acroiti Tenner. river, and it is very probable that S. II. risk, who promoting a iower line fmri Chatta nooga to NaHliville, will make a dral with the company to ux this brole for the auvommixlation of h'a line.