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Prepared only by THE TOILETINE CO., Montague, Man, WWM4 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE All A mm HSUMATISM L"SS0, SCUTIGl tl'iniin I jKyiiaLUiR ana TROUBLE n LOCAL. This oratory, ail well meant. Oft leaves us in a plight, A man is jnst as eloquent When wrong as when he tigni. Washington tar. $15. 50 I) WATCH US GROW. Simpson, of Jiisiiey, was 1 I P , m T?r 1 A. R. Hamrick, of Whit well, renews "his snliscriptiou. WATCH US GROW. frof. H. If in town Friday. And the Sonth Pittsburg Fair began today. Did yon K0 Walter Handle went to bequachee Cove Sunday as usual. George Houts. of Etna, son of J. R. Honts, was in the city Tuesday. John Ramsay has purchased the property of H. Kent, sonth of this city. Mr. and Mrs. G. Sherman retained yesterday from an extended visit In the North. Frank O'Neal, who clerks for Jas. Cold well, spent Sunday with his fami ly near Tracy. John Houts, of Etna, has taken np his residence in this city, whereat his friTila rA crlad. o I -j. I'll The meeting at Bethel, which was sum Ot $15.50. ,D0Ugn SaiQI beins; conducted by Rev. R. H. Jewell of this city, closed Sunday. The N. C. &S t L. Bridge gang is here this week makintr repairs to the local bridges on the system. Don't forget the ice cream supper at the Hall Saturday nitfht for the bene fit of the M. E. Church, south. We note that Will Light, who visit ed here last summer, is sick with fever at the home of his father, Sam Light, Chattanooga. It is renorted that R. J. Brown has sold his place south of this city to A. L. Roberson. of Jasper, ana win move to Chattanooga. There will be an ice cream supper at the Hall Saturday night fcr the benefit of the M. E. Church, south. A liberal amount of cream will be on hand and good attendance is deserved. Think of it! This 4-draw er Hall-bearing urop-neaa Sewing Machine in the small Write or call on me. J. C. KELLY, Jasper, Tenn. Mrs. Sam O. Col son, of Altoons, Ala., ronews her subscription. WATCH US GKOW. Lawrence Burnett, orders the News sent to him at Gates' Island. Tenn. . WATCH US GROW. Tradc Marks k. Designs "Hfl Copyrights 4c Anyone sending a sketch and description nay Quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an : ..,.,, nQlantnhln. Tomniunica. tlons strictly confldeiitfal. HANDBOOK on Patent . HAa oid.,1 owiiiKf for HecurllllT DatentS. Patents Uken through Munn A Co. recelye tptcitU notice, without charee, lu the Scientific American. A handsomely illustrated weekly. Lnreest clr- MUNN & Co.36,Broadwar- New Yorlr Branch Office; 625 F 8U Washinmor., D. r it. 1:4 4 v.a--t relief M i-r is lei 1 '.i r1. diss I'S-li-S" taken Internally, rids the blood : ti:. ;-cisanoun matter and acids which itrnally It affords almost In- troro ua'.n. while a permanent ng elected by purifying the ssolyluic the noisoaou sub- rj renoviDK it from the system. S. D. DLAND I :irt !a, Oa., writes: . i.1 .i-ff-M'er for aniitnberef years i::i ! d.niAo and ttli.uin.tl.m In inv armi : ' 1.,th. KH1 trlMI.ll the remedies tb.t I eonld . . .-f.ri.. .11. .1 works, .nil al.oeoD.ulld ' u :.'l.n rr of tu. best thvlul.ns, but found t- (r th.t irr. the relief obt.lal from .. !..-. ' I wail r-rew?rib. n in air pnwm utilir and kisdr oUmums." The town flag was placed at half- mast Friday afternoon as a mark of re spect to the memory of Maj. G. W. Patton, who died in Chattanooga Wed nesdav and was buried Friday after noon. The amount of job work turned out by this office during the past three months, has been phenominal, and proves that competition can't stand the high quality of our work and the low prices we make. Six extra cars were taken up last night on the N. C. & St. L. to accom modate the crowds that are expected to attend the Fair at So. Pittsburg, which opens today and continues tomorrow and Saturday. ' A party that took a straw ride to Whitwell Thursday night, enjoyed (?) a thorough wetting on their return when near Sardis from a cloud burst, as they thought, opening, np business. Among those attending the dampening were Misses True and In ma Randle, Thula Martin and Nan Coppinger, Minnie Hamilton, and Messrs. Sam Sherman, John Houts, Jackson Lee, Chas. Randle and Pat Jones. The young loins are preparing an elaborate entertainment for the benefit of the hall, which will be given, if prepared in time, Saturday night, Oct. 6. The program includes two farces, "A Considerable Courtship," and "Love in a Lighthouse," which will be well rendered. Other features will be music, vocal and instrumental, and of course, ice cream. Laurence Burnett, who has been working at Etna for some time, has secured a position with the contractors who are building the Southern Rail way extension. He will operate a hoisting engine at a concrete works now being prepared for business at a point between Kelly's Ferry and the new bridge, and has a steady job at good wages. He was at the new bridge Tuesday and reports the four big piers now sufficiently high to be far above all chance of work being sub pended by high water. Mr. H. Kent and famliy left Tuesday morning for Chattanooga to make their future home. Citizens all regret to have them leave as Mr. Kent has al ways been one of the progressive men of our town, and ever ready to contrib ute his assistance to the furtherance of public enterprises. However a skilled mechanic is not doing justice to him self or his family to try to subsist on one-third of what he can v&ru and hence Mr. Kent concluded to move to some other clime where dollars will roll faster and chink more merrily than they do here. We wish them all success, Lahousage, Ala. Special to Ihe News. Visiting is the order of the day. Mrs. Wilson and Mrs. George Barton gave Mrs. Annie Sanders a pleasant call Friday. Patton Kilgore , Colman Shelton and John Smith, of Whitwell, are in La housage. We are glad to have them here for they are old friends. We are glad for Whitwell people to come here. Somebody looks sad today. Their best girl is gone. We would like for W. E. Smith, or Altoona, to come here. Health is very good here. Every body looks well. We have plenty of beef and sweet notatoes to eat and srood water to c - ' v drink. W. W. Box is eoing to move here next week. Miss Kate Renow looks lonesome today. Her best friends are gone. Miss Mary Sanders is gone to Whit well, Tenn., on a visit to see friends and relatives. We hope she will have a nice time while she is gone as she has many friends there. We would like to hear from Petros everv week as we have some friends there. We hope to see them some day, Come on, Altoona, we have not heard from there in some time. When this vou see remember me, tho many a mile apart we be. Best wishes to the News and its read era. juaynower. Union Chapel. Special It the Newt. Pleasant weather is the order of the day. Mrs. T. G. Land was the guest of Mrs. G. W. Long Sunday eve. . Mrs. G. W. Long is on the sick list this week. Mrs. Cogan has been quite ill for the past few weeks but is better at' this writing. We are sorry to learn that the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ma son has the fever. Mr. Jim Carlton is still chinning his collar. Its a boy and just like its papa. Miss Ida Hixon is spending a few weeks on the mountain, with her grandmother. Mrs. wace uarlton is spenuig a few days on the mountain this week while her husband is visiting friends and relatives at Tracy City; Mason Land looked sweet Sunday eve. Byorn Land nad on a- For SicK Livers A PURELY VEGETABLE COMPOUND' CONSTIPATION. DYSPEP SIA, MALARIA, CHILLS and ALL LIVER COMPLAINTS. for all diseatet produced QUICKLY CURES A GUARANTEED CURE TORPID LIVER and IMPURE BLOOD. One bottle pur- i chutd today may save you a nek spell tomorrow. CUBED Or CHILLS AND FEVER AFTER ALL OTHER MEDICINES FAILED lire. W. A. WbiteweU, Emory. Te., writes: "My Child bed chille and fever for fonr yean. We tried all kinds of medicines, and finally an acqualntence of mine recommended Herbine. We used three bottles, and the Child i now com fJetely cured. You have my permission to publish this testimonial, as I cheer fully recommend Herbine to all mothers having children afflicted as mine." LliGE BOTTLE. 50c GET THE &tnuw. BALLARD SKOY LINIMENT CO. ST. LOUIS, U. S. A. Sequachee 15, P. I. 5. ESP Uk ttxta Lka i I A K re: .. ttt!-rlri!f with Rheumatism, f - N '.ri'u ;i!"-r Trouble or an kin t . '. i j : . write to us fora trial bettie i$ o. "a l:.OP3.'' arid test It yourselL ; , ' o-i.ira'' t..n be used, any leneth of ' tri '.il.out aoiu:rni( a "drut babit." I' eat.tvl; frte of cpl'a. cocaine. ;, - ii. '.ai.-ca, coil et;e eiauUr it i.i:!H.r.HM"Deae) f ,-. ; wJ y lrafU4a. ... j. lv l.ks etrMt, vaMa. WHEN NEEDING GOOD PRINTING CALL ON US. The Pryor Institute and Sequachee teams played a game of ball here in the rain Saturday, the P. I. 's challenge ing the locals to play in a two-bucket a minute shower of rain, which they ac cepted, defeating them by the hand some score of 15 to 5. The game was forced on the Sequachee boys, who greatly disliked plowing up mud and water, but they went in to win, and easily succeeded in carrying off the scalp. Despite the unfavorableness of the weather they made some good nlavs. the ball being dug up out of mud and water six inches deep and quick throws retiring the runners, and double plays were too frequent to mention. The P. I. team did not fare so well, several performing con tortionistic feats ending in bad falls in attempting to field the slippery sphere. Tilman Tatum, D. C. Prigmore, Ocie Doss and Morris Shumake, sta: players on the Victoria team, assisted the locals to victory. The score- 123456789 Seouachee 5 2 2 0 2 1 3 15 Pryor Institute, 1 2 0 0 1 0 1 cottar Sunday so high that he had to gvt on a stump to see over it Johnnie Land is a pretty little bo; We understand that Jim Clennou, will move on the mountain this week. Miss Flora Lowe spent Sunday with Miss Lillie Clemmons. Love is love and that is true. I love one but I won't tell who. . Mrs. Bell Land has lost twenty of her hens but she is finding' them every day with three and four chickens a- piece. She will soon have chickens for sale. Mrs. Long has a nice field of cotton. She says she thinks she will raise e- nough to quilt one quilt Homer Colson got his graphophone last week. He will have music now, Misses Ida Land and Amanda Long were ont horseback riding Sunday eve. Mrs. Carter and daughter, Susie, pent Monday with Mrs. Mary Long. John Carter and best girl were out driving Sunday evening. Amanda Long visited her sister, Mrs. Ola Key Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. John Land and child ren spent Sunday eve with Mr. and Mrs. G. W, Long. Ask Payton Smith how he enjoyed prayer meeting Sunday night and see him smile. : , : . r ' ' Mason Land bought a new suit of clothes Saturday and gave Miss Hat field arpleasant call Sunday. Mrs. Bell Land spent Monday night with her parents near Dunlap. , - Mr. Walker passed through our vi cinity Monday. Homer Colson is a pretty little boy, so a certain girl said.' Ask Payton Smith where he spent Sunday and watch him grin. Born to Mr. and Mrs. E. Land, a fine boy. Ask Miss Su9ie Carter if she has learned to sweep yet. The sea may rise, mountains may fall, but my love for you will live through" it all. Jack & Jill. SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY FOR SAbK BY SEQUATCHIE SOPFLY STORE 4,000,000 Peach Trees TENNESSEE WHOLESALE NURSERIES. Jane Buds a Specialty. No aeents traveled but sell direct to planters at wholesale prices. Absolute. ly free from disease and true to name. Write for catalogue and' prices before placing your order elsewhere. We guarantee our stock to be true to name. Largest peach nursery In the world. Address, J. C. Hale, Winchester, Tenn. Well Worth Trying. W. H. Brown, the popular attorney, of Pittsneld, Vt. pension saye SEQUACHEE ITEMS. Our school is going on nicely. Mr. and Mrs. . . Knowlen are visiting homefolks this week. Mr. and Mrs. H. Kent moved to Chattanooga Tuesday. Mr. J. L. Ramsay bought their place. Mrs Alton, Mrs Dixon and Mrs. Tate willl miss Mrs. Kent very much. Willie Dixon was all smiles Wednes day morning Mrs Julia Ramsay seems to be pleas el with her new home Vfe are glad oi mat. Coma on, "Rough-rider to read your letters Ask Maggie Honts how sorry she was ..u n i & i , -, . .... .. Next to a pension, the best thing to get is Dr. King's New Life Pills." He writes: "They keep my lamny in splendid health. Uuick cure fi Headache, Constipation and Bilious ness, 2"c. Guaranteed at all drug gists. Died. Mrs. Chas. Kilgore died at Victoria i Thursday last of consumption. Inte: ment was made at Sardis cemetery Friday, Rev. R. H. Jewell officiating, Mrs. Kilgore was highly respected and her funeral was largely attended. She was a member of the M. E. Churcl south. of We like Sick headache. This disease is caused by a derange ment of the stomach. Take a dose Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab let to correct this disorder and the Bit headache will disappear. For sale by Jno. V. Simpson, Jasper, lenn. when Pearl went away Kent and Ellen White School GirL The Texas Wonder. Cures all Kidney. BladiW and Rheu matic troubles; wld by all druggists; or two month's treatment by mail for ll.ua Dr. E. W. HalL 2ir.' Olive street. St Lords. SeDd for Tennes see testimonials. MRS. C. L. HOBBS. A telephone message to the city yes' terday to the Thomas family acquaint ed them of the death of Mrs. C 1 Hoblts, in Knosville. Mrs. Hobbe is sister of their adopted daughter, Mi Grace Thomas, and has Wen sick for long time. Read the News 50 c. JOB WKcau tarnish you letter beads, bill heads, statements, circularfc, invititfiona and cad. LAW STATIONARY BOOK WORK. Satisfaction Guaranteed. r m PRINTING. Silas PRYOR COVE Special to the News. Rain is the order of the day. Mrs. W. M. Haynes visited at Robbins Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Haynes visited Mr. Silas Robbins Sunday. Mr;Sneffsand Misses Dillard and Wright wereon our streets Sunday. Mrs. B. W. Ferguson and Miss Lula Ferguson were up at Rosewood ceme tery Sunday. C. H. Shadrick and son David, re turned from Tracy City Saturday. Miss Davis, from Dunlap, is visiting her father Mr. Robert Davi3 in the cove. John Young has gone to Chattanooga to work. . Dave Shadrick went to the " bottoms and got a fine load of corn Wednesday B. F. Kogers ana l is. bnapp are doing some work for F. M. McCul- lough. F. M. McCullongh was in Jasper Saturday. ' Adam Kilgore, E. G. Haynes, Payne Kauisay and T. L. Haynes were on the mountain Thursday. The Creek that runs right of the cove has ran more this summer and fall than I have known it in a long time. It is usually dry at this season, but not so this year. A. M. Kilgore was visiting his broth er in Whitwell Saturday and Sunday. A. L. McCullongh was visiting his brother in the cove Tuesday. David Shadrick and wife left Sunday to visit kinfolks at Pittsburg, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. John Hatfield of Tracy Citv. were visitinir C H. Shadrick in the cove this week. Anderson Shadritk was at Glover Hill Saturday night Hot Summer a Tal, Their Infant Chili. The friends of Mr. and Mrs. C C. Lawson of Jasper, extend their syni nathy to them. Their infant child died on Saturday last ll (isniu VI The Great Indian Herb Tea Contains no Calomel, no Quinine, does tho work of both. Tones up a sluggish liver "and run-down system, removes all impurities and secretions; restores lost ap. petite and youthful complexion, cures all diseases of the kidneys, liver and bowels purifies the blood. SOLD UNDER A POSITIVE GUARANTEE If taken according to directions it will put you on the road to health and a happy lite worm tne living. It's nature's own remedy, composed of roots, herbs, etc. Price 50 cents, bold by Wants, Tor Sale, etc. Ad vfirtisfimfints inserted under this head at Sc per line: no advertisement accepted for less than 25c nrst insertion. FOR SALE Washington Hand Press for 7-coi folio newspaper: in good con dition. Apply to the News, Sequachee, Tenn. America's Greatest Weekly FOR SALE 014 newspapers, 25 cents per 100 at this office. PRINTED EKELOPESnpaffi. on 100 envelopes (5, 6V4 or 6H site) for 80c ; if to be sent yon by mail, 85c, cash accompanying onler, silver or stamps. Why pay 'Me for the im printed envelop wtien so little more win ensure the return of your letter to you if undelivered. And it looks more business-like, too. All orders promptly filled by Hill & Son, Sequachee, Tenn. HAPPY HOLLOW. Special to the News. Good morning, Mr. Editor. Here I come again after another nap. How are you all, brother writers? We are all well and doing well, and as happy as ever. Plenty to eat and plenty to drink water, I mean. Since I visited you last I have been to the Southern bridge and it was a curiosity to me, and I went to the lock and dam to see the dam dagoes and other dam builders. It was another sight to me of course, and I went up in Dixon Cove Sunday to get a square meal and I got it. Will Burnett had killed a sheep. He said it was a tame one. I don't know. It was fine mnt ton to be a tame sheep, but I got plen ty to eat Went hunting and killed four squirrels, two line rattlers and came home feeling better. Well, I am going to the fair. I reck on you will go to the show. Let's all go. Well, Brother Dofetchit, I know you. Please tell us some of yonr sea fareing life in the News. I would like to read it Mr. Dofetchit have you any of your famous love powders? If so I want s bushel. We need it in Happy Hollow. Sleepy Sant Patterson in Grundy. Gen. Patterson has made the follow ing sppoinrments tor Grnndy county during the canvass: At Altainont, Oct in afternoon; at Tracy City at night THE Toledo Blade, TOLEDO, OHIO. The Best Known Newspaper in the United States. CIRCULATION 185,000. Popular In Every State. ' In many respects tbe TOLEDO BLADE is the most remarkable week ly newspaper published in the United States. It is the only newspaper es pecially edited for National circulation. 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The .Sequachee Valley News, 52 papers, and The Toledo Blade, 52 papers, SOc. CAN VOU UK AT THIS? NOTICE. I will be t Jasper on Mori lay of ei.cb week. A l parties desir. rig den tal work will pw rail at tbe Hughe il.ose. N. K. MOOBiC Dr.STlsT. The News 50 for hi copies.