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"UHUSHKl' AT Sequaehee, Marlon County, Tenn. KVKItV TIU'KHDAY. HILL fc SON, ElMTOUS ANl riTIIMSHKUS Subscription Price, 50c. a Year In Advance. XT" k'i.wi and ul vortinlnir matter tose- cum insertion nvist bo handed in before 13 o'i'I'Kil; ooh Wednesday, or it nay DP too lutp for publication. Tim Nkws will not be responsible for the opinions of its correspondents, nor for signfd communications, and nothing will hn oonHldiTod for publication which Is not accompanied by tbe real name of the writer not for publication, but as an evidence of (food faith. THURSDAY. Fkiiiiuaky 21. l07. AS TO UNION PRINCIPLES. I ae many letters in the News that I like to reail but sometimes I find one that makes me feel Bad." When I read Mr. Clyde Griffith's letter on the non union ouestion and began to try to nut a bottom to his theories, it made me think of a little instance that oc curred on the mountain above Whit well when I lived there. I had thought bottom had been shot ont of non-union theories, but Mr. Griffith seems to be trvinor to nut another in. The little incident is this: A number of people resident on the mountain were gather ed together, holding a series of services, and were in the habit of getting water from a well situated on T. V. I. land, but were prevented from getting it there bv some nou-nuion people, who . claimed the injunction kept them off of the land, and thus kept them from using the water. The result was the meeting was broken up, and there was no work done in the tora s vineyara there. Another instance came to my mind of where a non-union man went Eruptions The only way to get rid of nimnles and other erup tions is to cleanse the blood, improve the digestion, stim ulate the kidneys, liver and Hood'sSarsaparilia Which has cured thousands. AS A UNION MAN. I wish to write a few lines this week . . j ..l..Jl.n V.win as 1 read, a piece ironi sumo "" er. of Reed Hill. "Heart-broken Min er " Mv friend and brother, I, as a union man say to you, X am glad mat Almifrhrv Uatl has lirousrill you iu m-o tha i.nndition into which yon were drifting. Yon see that you were in inrinn- vonrself. nesiues iniurinii iu funt.a for fenerations tocome. That is fatu Von mav do away, with the union nn in fifty vears from now men that have to lalior for a living will be worse than slaves. Now, I can' t see imiv n m-.in can work against nimseir in favor of these companies, knowing at the same time that he is working against his own interests. Now, Clyde unmtti, ten me u uicu were nut. ilicaine coal at Whitwell be fore the union was organized at 85c and 3TljcV And didn't we have only half .lav run? I. for one. have climb ed that mountain ror ono car huu mnuy a half day I went up theTe and got none. After we were organized we tmt a raise and everyday work. And i.i .i .. ir iv? Kpcnuse tne comouuv coum ur nend on union men ior worn. , uvy onnlfl fill orders from everywhere. They knew the union men would do to trust. ... , A fur as the farmer not neinir awe mistaken into a Sabbath school drunk and curs- about that. i hear them tell the differ nroa in the nlace. I know there were ine. and we had to give up our Hun dav school. But these were only pic t.nres that arose before my mind, and you may draw conclusions from them as you like. Previous to the union in Whitwell men would only get two or three cars a day, while the contractors would get all thev could load. Men would coine there for work, and couldn't get any, Was the union to blame for this? The bible says: "Where there is no unity there is no love." May the time come when unity will be in every heart. Here is the difference between union and non-union. Union is love to one's brother, and eoual share in work. r.wo or three that could not sell their nrodnce. but they were the cause oi it There is something else you have not got straight. You say we were on strike six months in tne year, cryuiit for higher wages. Do you know that the non-union men at Whitwell are not getting full value for their labor? mey lack about 7c on the ton, and day .non in tironortion Of course VOU do not. It takes a compeiani miner io know the real value of mining. You say a man could not get a job at any thing. 1 have hears you cry suas ciy before and you packed it on the union. tne name oi Intwcll jfjtpattment. GEO. W. LEWIS Atrent. hnow net 'katthe truth may fie, I till it as 'twas told to me. with of Joe Griffith and Miss Ford married Thursday. ? i Mrs. S. S. Kretter is confined la grippe. ' Mr. and Mrc. John Carlyon, Chattanooga, are in the city. Mrs. M. L. Hicks who has been very sick for the past week, is now about welL Rev. S. S. Kreger filled his regular appointment last Sunday at the M. E. Church, south. t' Hugh Lamb has bought tbe John Carlyon house and lot on Main si., and now occupies it. Mrs. Snsan Bull, .who has been con fined to her bed with a severe spell of la rrinrif in in a fair way to be able - rs I i ' - to be out again in a few days. Mrs. W. C. Adams, of Chattanooga, in the ritv at the bedside or ner mother, Mrs. Snsan Bull, who is con fined with a severe spell of la grippe. An agent of the Land Company of Bokoshe, Indian Territory, was in tne nitir lnaf, week, selling tOWD. lots in that town, and he sold several lots. Wash Turner, of Victoria, was in the city the first of last week. Mr. and Mrs. U. W. Chastain visited Mrs. Susan Bull last Sunday evening. A. F. Moore, the insurance agent, of Jasper, was in the city last Thurs day. A. Cross, of Victoria, was in the city last Saturday on a visit to his (laugh ter, Mrs. James Thompson. Sam White, while felling some trees here Monday of last week, was caught and mashed badlv. He received injuries from which ho died in a few hours. Miss Vera Shirley gave a delightful valentine party on the evening of the 14th inst. A large number of the elite of the city were present and a very pleasant evening was spent. AH re turned to their homes glad that they had been present. SAMUEL 1$. WHITE. Non-union means contracting and ma- ev man wn0 ap,,ijeU for work was king big money for oneself, not caring taken by the Danij boss, and he was to whether their brother makes anything or not. I was glad to hear from "Broken hearted Miner," that was converted Mav thev all be converted and tie as brothers together and silence this ques tion forever. It looks hard for labor to be against labor. God made both rich and poor, and it looks bad for one to be against the other, but still worse for labor to be against labor. May the Lord bless all men who make a living tlifrerinQr coal, and may they they all come together as brothers. J. H. LANE, Eastland, Tenn. His Ideas. A union man I am. Not because 1 have to be but because I was born that way. I want to say a word to the 'Heart-broken Miner. " J. was truiy ?lad to hear his confession and hope m will stick to it and come out from among such and be seperate from them same yme say when a man could go on. And they went on as they were taken down by the bank boss with no discrimina tion. Of course there were some who applied for a room who were not coin petant miners and did not get work on that account, and some that had dug coal there a day or two out of it week that the company didn't want, i Know who you are striking at. After the strike set in the company hired these same men that they would not have when the union was at work, and they hired miners to dig coal that never dug a lump of coal before. You know it is tbe truth, ion say they could not get a job when the un ion was in power. The union did not own the mines anv more than they do now, they simply owned their own la hor. which vou do not now. Accord inar to your statement you are blaming the comnanv and trying to blame the union too. Get off of one of these ideas. Don't trv to ride both at the You wrote that yon nau Whitwell. ;t,,inl In the Ninus. ! : Tho fartnnra are hftvinir DrettV weath er now for ulowing and getting ready for making their croim. .Everybody cooma to h eniovinar life ftS well as s.nil Via oTnpntpd. Misses Jessie Pickett and Icie Griffith lav School at Red Hill Sunday. They say they have a good ur,,luw Ki.hnnl nil there. MlsS It'ie flviffith lnnlrpfl an c thouarh.5 Wonder it. wa hpcanse she didn't see Charlie. riianil Shinev said he was going to nAar Knrinmj SrmdaV. Wonder if he went to see his girl. i Wonder if the party across the nver Saturday night was a success. They aniil thnre was one srirl there. John and Ervin Pickett are doing ! better this week hauling logs. The box supper at New Jiope was a great success. It brought aDout u. That is enough to buy . knitting yarn to last the people at New Hope a long time. They will have head wraps for the next twelve years. They say Mrs. Hartman is a splendid hand on knit ting them. They may divide tue mon ey and buy necKties wnu iaii The people here are glad Mr. O Neal s family have moved back. I heard a nice compliment passed on Arthur. Joe Griffith trades horses so many times he don't know whether he has a mule or a horse. Ask the three couples that mtenueu to go to the lock and dam Sunday how they enjoyed themselves. Fine, I friipHS. 11 :inBC...i.lnv rienry urirntn was u muurooiumoj Mrs. Thomas has' come back home fmm Rpd Hill. She says she would rntVioi" lin at homo. . Wonder if the house where Bessie Jiv ed still looks lonesome to Lewis Thorn- Williain Henry was up -at &unoay school Sunday. Come back again, Wil liam, all the girls got struck on .you last Sunday. Bad Boy. and walk after the traditions where- H1,ifi ii Vou felt like saying. I don't with he hath been taught. The Bible jjnow now you felt like saying as much savs. there is more renoicing over one coming back to the flock than there is over ninety and nine that needeth no repentance. As I have spent eleven years of mv life at Tracy City, I feel I have an interest there, and hope that all the men will come out anil stand together as one. as God taught us to, and be prepared to meet the companies on settling day, so we may all enjoy the fruits of our labor. Now, I write this as a friend and hope it won't be long until all the men of Trcy City and Whitwell will be. organized and working union, so if ever I should want to go back to either place, I could go, for of course I will not go as it is. Just a little while and the day will dawn and all the laboring men will come out as one. Just a little while smA the end will come. Glory be to God! then we'll all move home. Sale Creek. Tenn. E. S. Deafness Caiiuor, be Cured bv local DD)icutioii as llny cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only om way In cure deafness, undt-hntis liv'ronstitutlonal rotneaies. Deafiu ss is caused by an inflamed ron, ilii.ion of t.lio min'iiiis lininir of the lvjs- t.acliiiin Tulx". When this tnbo gets in flamed yoii have a rumpling sound of inmt-ifpot hearing-, and when it is en tirely i liiseu' deafness is theresult, and unli-ss l ho inllammation can b taken out and tliU tuli'i restored to its normal condition, hearing will bo destroyed forpver: iiitie oases out of t"n aro cans url bv r;.rarrli. which is notninr but an infbm'''t condition of the mucous sur-l fa-es We will jrive One Hundred Dollars f..r any of lvalues, (caused by catarrh) that cannot he cured by Hall's Catarrh Curt-. I''. J. CHENEY & CO., To! edo, O. Sold bv I )r u .'gists, 7.V, Hall's 'Family Tills are the best. NOTICE. If any young lady in or about Whit well desires to take a course in steno graphy and typewriting and have a position at home, it will lie to her in terest to call and fpc me. JOHN" T. K AULSTt X, Whitwell. Tenn, Feb. 'M. 'M). as vou did. I am a union man and thank God for the privilege of being ntio f thank God that I ve that much virtue in mv soul that I can do uifto all men as I wish them to do unto me, If a man has not got union princi- iiles God has no use for him. I would hate to work against the interests of mv fellow men and acknowledge that i caused women and children to suffer on mv account. I hone. Clyde, that you will reform. Ask God to torsive you. and come oy er on the Lord's side that we may all be able to get pay tor our labor. w e want to live and let live. This is our motto. Read the Bible and the pieca you wrote and see if they run together, and look ahead and see where yon are drifting. S. P. SAMPLY. Tatesville, lenn. WHITWELL. Sfi rial to the Neivs. Miss Molhe Bellis, of Dunlap, is visiting Miss Mary Jordan. Harrv Loach happened to the mis. fortune of getting his toe mashed Miss Maw Colston called on Miss Maggie Bailev Monday eve. George Looney was all smiles Sun dav. He was with his best girl. Misses Mary Colston, Maggie and Gracie Bailey and Mr. George Looney were out walking Sunday Mrs. Will Mosier called on Mrs, George Bailey Sunday eve. Wonder if John lonng has got any more postals yet. Miss Florence Snow was visiting Mrs. Florence alden Monday. Mi-s Lizzie Dvkes and Clay Varner, of Dunlap, visited Mi's Florence Snow IViiMilt us relative to your require ments in Seed Potatoes and Onion Sets. Weave headquarter." CHATTANi HH 5 A FEED t ' . BMritat o .a. a a? o xt. x .v. . fc.xd Yea Kart A'm Zc-itt Suniis'v. Mrs. Bob Hooper was calling on Mrs. G. W. Bailey Sunday eve. Wonder whit has become of Mrs. John Turner as she lias not written to us. Wondc r what has become of Jess Turner as a certain girl said she would sure like to hear from him. Jim D.iffron moved to P2tna last week. We hope they will soon come back. Morris Yonug made a flying trip to Whitwell Wednesday of hist week. We hardly got a glimpse of him. We hope he will stay longer next time. Wonder if Will Thacker ever got to Etna as we have never heard of him. Mis Maggie Bailey retnrned from Looney' s Creek Saturday and reported a nice time. Two Sisters. The Texas Wonder. ! Cures all Kiuiu-y. Bladder nnd Rheu r mat it tronblin: soil by all druggists: ior two mouth' treatment bv mail for ! 11.11. Dr. E W. Hall. .r.rt Olive i Mnvt. !t. Ijuiis, Send for Tenne ef testimonial. WHITWELL. CAx-;,, lit tilt Nt'iVS. .. . . s ..J it. Prettv weatner is tne oruer ui me rlnv . , ...... rt l i nr: Air. and Mrs. win stone ami miss Minnie Pickett visited on the moun tain Sunday. There was a box supper given at Bob Brown's Saturday night and was large ly attended; T.. .',,, Mr. anil ivirs. ,101111 ditwu, ui . ham, are visiting Mrs. Brown's sister, Mrs. John Cline, who had bjen very sick, but is a little better at this time, Scott, and Jessie Stone have been vis iting their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Will Higgma visited Mis. Higgins' sister, Mrs. John Uine, Sunday. Mrs. Will Stone ana sister, ims-i Minnie Pickett, and Mrs. N. G. Stone and daughter, Miss Margie, visited Mr. and Mrs. Higgins Sunday. Well. Eastland writer, Mr. Tate said that he had six coal diggers and he wished he had six more, but he didn't want any union ones. Come on. Ulyde wimtn, your letter was all right. I wish you woulld write every week for I am your friend. El Temnleton was on the mountain Sunday and several had their beauty struck. Birds love sunshine: flowers love de. Anuels love Heaven and I love you. Clyde Griffith's Friend. Rising From the Grare. ' . A prominent manufacturer, Win. A. Fertwell. of Lucama, N. C, relates a most remarkable experience. He says: "After taking less than three bottles of Electric Bitters, I feel like one ris- iva from the irrave. My trouble is Bright's disease in the Diabetes stage. I fully believe Electric Bitters will cure me peinianently, for it has al ready stopped the liver and bladder complications which have troubled me for vears." Guaranteed at Curtis & Coppinger's. Price only olta. CAR!) Ur IKANKS. -Dunlap, Tenn., Fell. 17, 1907. I wish to express my f-incere thanks to the good people of Cedar Springs and Red Hill for their kindness during the recent death of my brother, 8. B. White. In kind remembrance of one and nil. I am vours in thanks. ' JOHN F. WHITE, We are sorry to pen the death of our beloved friend, Samuel B. White, son of William and Susie White, of Cedar Snrinis. Sam and his brother-in-law were ciitting trees and one of them fell 011 Sam, crushing his leg an to pieces. He bad to lie there a long time oeiore anyone could get to him. His wife and little child arot to him as soon as possible. Oh, this was an awful sight for them to witness. He was away up in a gulf and when his wife got to him be told her not to grieve about bim. !He said, "I have been praying while I have been here by myself. His wife was waiting for him to come to dinner when the news came to her that he was hurt. Nobody knows the feelinirs of his dear wife except those who have had a trial like this to bear. He professed reliarion and 'joined the Methodist Church at Whitwell about four years go. Since that time he has been living a true Christian life. He was married to Miss aiandy Kogers about ten years ago. This happy union was b essed with tour orignt cnnuren, ,one girl and three boys, who together with their mother, mourn tneir loss. His married life was uncommonly pleasant and happy. Few men have been so much loved and honored as a husband, and few fathers have been able to manifest so much genuine love for home and loved ones. He was a young man of strong mind, of much force of character, and- was therefore entertaining in conversation. Possess ing a kind, lovable disposition, ne made friends of old and young. He was always good and kind to all who visited his home. As a citizen he was honest, upright and honorable. He was a kind neighbor, ever ready to lend a helping hand, a kind, loving and syra pathetic husband and father. His de votion to his brothers and sisters was beautiful. He never forgot the - lesson taught him in childhood. In the death of this brother the name is no more on our roll. This alone, would make his death a sad one for the community. As a Christian he was zealous, earn est, active and faithful. The county has lost one of its best citizens, the community a good neighbor, the church a faithful member. A hua band, father and brother tried and true, has been called from us. He was loved by all who knew him. Oh, how we will all miss dear Sam, but his lov ing wife will miss him more than all, Oh. how sad were our hearts to look upon his lifeless face, but how thank ful we are that Jesus had sweetly sav ed him by grace. Our loss is his gain Weep not, loved ones, for he is at rest. With him sorrow has ended and joy eternal begins. Pain has forever ceas ed and he is ' shouting the praise of God, who redeemed him. Ue must sav to his dear wife, father, mother, brothers and sisters and ail Ms mends, ween not for he is sweetly sleeping 111 the arms of Jesus. He was laid to rest at the Red Hill Cemetery. Services were conducted by Rev. H. s. kreger, and Kev. Moore, of Whitwell. v We have lost our darling brother, He has bid us all adieu, He has gone to live in heaven And his person lost to view, Oh that dear one, how we loved hini ! Oh, how hard to give him up. But an angel came down for bim And removed from our flock. The pall bearers were: Robert Wil liams, Martin Ashburn, Milton Price! Preston Daniel, George Deakins, Ma loy Layne, Howard Griffith. A FRIEND. Looney's Crcek.v Sfxial to MAVn'f . 1 t . , . Visiting nnu ouggy ruling HmH to lie the order of Sundays. The health or tins community is good. There was singing here Sunday ev ening and quite a crowd attended." There was a new singing master but ye writer did not learn his name as I did not attend. Miss Mandy Powell spent Satnrday night and Sunday at her grandparent's, W. H. I'oweu Jim Layne says he would like to hang his derby on Bud Vanhooser'shat rack. Bnrrell Terry, of Whitwell, called on Foster Powell Sunday. Bud Layne, of Dunlap, is visiting his brother. , Roliert Powell and Charlie Thorp passed through here Sunday going to the singing. Misses Otsie liolloway and Ethel Pickett, of Whitwell, called on Miss Lillie Powell Saturday. Bob Griffith and Charlie Powell call ed on W. A. Powell Sunday. Ask Foster Powell if he likes to ride a bicycle and watch him grin. Henry -iniiin was on tins side oi the river Sunday smiling as usual. The Misses Phelps passed through here Sunday. Come on, "Honeysuckle," and let us hear from you. Mama s Pet, are you dead'; You didn't show up last week. I know you whether you do me or not. Come on with the news. Ask Foster Powell when thev are iro- ing to have another party. Foster Powell looks sad here of late. Wonder what is wrong. I bet I can - .. c. ai. i-owen, 01 near tied Hill, spent Sunday with his brother, W. H. Powell. ' Mr. and Mrs. uirk Layne visited across the river Sunday. We hear that Mrs. John Hall, who lives below here is ill. Wo wish her a speedy recovery. Joe Hix passed through here Sunday and also John Hatfield. Will McGarry passed through here Friday and Saturday, moving to Whit well. Foster Powell went to Whitwell Sat urday. , ; W. a. Poweu went to Jasper Tues day on business a. v. Mcinure anu u. jj. unmtli.of Whitwell, passed through here Sunday on their wheels. Cross-eved Patsy. ye NOTICE. I will be at Jasper on Monday of each week. All parties desiring-dental work will ploH call ft the Huphea House. N. . MOORE, Dkjitist. RED HILL. Special to the A'eivs. Edgar Chad wick, of Sequaehee, was here Saturday. A. D. Thomas came Saturday from Dunlap to see his family. Miss Alice Wallace was all smiles Sunday. I guess she saw her best fel low. L. W. Thomas said ho was going to Sequaehee before long. I guess he is looking for a girl. Come on, "Bright Eye," of Hale's Chapel. We like to hear from you ev ery week. Will Perkins and L. W. Thomas went to Whitwell Sunday. W. M. Perkins went to Dunlap Thursday and returned to his home Friday. Jim Perkins called at Win. Wallace's Sunday. Come on, "R D." of Durham, Ga. I went to see a girl the other day and she shut the door on me and I heard her say, "That fool had lietter get away from here or I will mako him go," and yon bet I got away from there the quickest way, and I don't think I will go back there 'any more, I asked a girl to see her home the other night and she said if I didn't get away from her she would knock HILL TOP. Special to the News Visiting is tne order ot the day. Miss Mattie Griffith called on writer Sunday. Miss Callie Griffith called on ye wri ter Monday evening. Ye writer called on Mrs.Ehc Barnett Monday. Miss Manda Powell called on Mrs. Albright Lusk Monday. Ye writer called on Miss Josie Grif fith Thursday. Miss Josie Griffith looked pleased Sunday as sfe saw her best fellow. If you want to see Miss Josie Griffith smile just ask her what about that handkerchief a certain fellow gave her. Henry Urimtu called on his best girl Sunday. Ye writer enioyed her trip across the river Saturday. Mrs. Ab Griffith is sick. Bud Vanhooser called on J. M. Pow ell this morning. Ye writer called on Miss Josie Van hooser yesterday but she was not at home. I hope she will be next time. Little Sallie Pounds came home Sun day. Charles Powell said he was going to take a buggy ride Sunday. I guess I will go too. Miss Mattie Griffith called on Mrs. Biddie Griffith Monday eve. Maynard Powell moved down in the lower end of town Thursday. Mrs. Ada Powell called on her neice Tuesday evening. Bob and Henry Griffith attended tbe singing school at Red Hill Monday night. Ye writer went down to Vanhooser's Monday to hear the talking machine but they were not at home. Mattie Griffith looked pleased Sun day evening when her best fellow came. Charlie Powell visited Henry Griffith Sunday night. Joe Powell called on Miss Callie Griffith Sunday evening. Miss Josie Griffith went to Whit well yesterday. bherman Powell and wifeviMted her father, Dock Griffith, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence White and children, visited Dock Griffith Satur day and Sunday. Miss Mattie Griffith has bought a mouth organ and you bet she can play it. 1 e writer is going to get one. Robert Powell and Charlie Thorp were out horse back riding Sunday. Miss Mattie Griffith said she was go ing to take a buggy ride Sunday. F. Mclntire and Ed Griffith passed through our vicinity Sunday on their wneeis. If yon want to f ee Henry Griffith smile bust ask him who has his ring. Ask Mat Griffith if she got tickled the other day. I guess she will say yes. le writer enjoys reading the ews. I can't hardly wait until I get it. Marshall Powell called on Victor Boss this morning. Miss Jessie Pickett called on ye wri ter Saturday evening Miss Jessie Vanhooser attended the party at Mr. Fienchers and reported a nice time. Sugar Lump. Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup CONTAINS HONEY AND TAR Relieves. Colds bv working them out of the system through a copious and healthy action of tne ooweis. Relieves Coughs by cleansing the mucous membranes of the throat chest and bronchial tubes. "At pleasant to the taste s Maple Sugar" Children Like It Tracy. Speeial to the A'tws. Mrs. Jennie Finchum and son, Holt, of Cowan, were visiting her sister, Mrs. Hattie Patton, last week. "Sunlieam," of Guild, Tenn., don't you believe candy is scarce in Tracy. We "bachelor girls," old maids, uh Uncle Gid terms us, have got the dough to buy the candy, but we prefer sour things to suit our taiste. "Wandering Boy," someone says you are not game or you would send your photo as she wants to die. Mrs. Nancy Carroll and children left here Thursday for Colorado, where they expect to make their future home. Mrs. Jim Vaughn died of consump tion Friday and was buried at Oak Grove Saturday. She leaves a husband and several children to mourn her los. A very sad accident happened here last Saturday. Walter Wilcox, a miner of East Fork, was instantly killed by falling slate. His wife iied cf grief Saturday night. They were both tak en to Chattanooga for interment Mon day morning. Tnis is the first instance I ever knew of a person dying from sorrow. Base Allman was also badly hurt by falling slate. He was in the room with Mr. Wilcox when he got killed. Andregg Bros, have an up-to-date meat cart now. I saw a lady taking a ride in it the other day. Miss Bessie Patton has been eick with iu grippe for the last week or two. Lillard Conry was visiting in the city Sunday. He looked like a Georgia major. Will Wiley and Miss Lillie Sehruin were out riding Sunday evening. They looked cute. Miss Margeret Layne and a little boy were out horseback riding Sunday eve. Tbey looked sweet Mrs. Ike Kersey is going to leave for Coal City, Ga. , today. I guess Ike will high ball in a few days. I went to the entertainment at the college Saturday night. It was a grand success. . Daisy. Clifty. Special to the Xr.os. , Dear Editor: If you will allow me a little space in tne dear Old ueiiaine, -I will try to give a few dots from our quiet little town, as I have not seen anything from here in sometime, and "Jack" wanted to know what had be come of School Girl." We are hav ing some fine weather here now! The wind blows cool but the sun shines brightly. Tom Clark and Miss Lizzie Graham were out walking Sunday eve. I sup pose they hail a nice time. s Misses Nina and Rilla Dye and Maude Turner went to the falls Sun day evening and report a nice time. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Bryant will move to Tracy City as soon as they can get u house. " We regret to see them go. Miss Antone'tte Jackson visited Miss Lena Edwanls Sunday. Mr and Mrs. Ike Rush visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Newt Rush Sun day. Mrs. Lee Bryant and Mrs. Ike Par ker visited Mrs. J. D. Smith yester day, v Jessie, the small child of Mr. and Mrs. Alf Parker, has been sick bat is better now. Mrs. Essie Clark visited her mother Saturday. Come on, '"Jack," we like to read your letters for we think we know who you are. Come on, all ye writers, and let us hear from yon every wet k. School Girl. All headaches go When yon grow wiser And learn to use An -'Early Riser." DeWitt's Little Early Risers, safe, sure ..:ll,. llll-i. "Our latent revised price list on re quest. It quotes everything in the Hay, Grain and Seed Line, and will give yon a few pointers on your spring needs. Ask for it CHATTANOOGA FEED CO. mi 00 Chamberlain's Cough Remedy a Favorite. "We prefer Chamlierlain's Cough Remedy to any other for our children." says Mr. L. j". Woodburv. of Twining. Mich. "It has also done the work f'r us in hard colds and rronn. and take pleasure in recommending it." For wile by Jno. W. Sininxm. Ask for our prices on and samples 1 me ; of our Field Seeds before buying. We can save vou muiiev. CHATTANd GA FEED CO. OASTORIA. Sun tiu ylre R;nd ta Kan Ai Br," Willie Wallace and his dogs were on his girl's track Sunday. 1 gnes that he caught In r. X. B. M re tailed on A. D. Thom as Sunday. O. tttMid, paper. r.-liah'... agents wanted for this Card of Thanks. I want to thank Mr. nnd Mr Cyphers and their family f help during mv brother's i.'lie all will reiiieniU-r them. I al to thank Mrs. Jame. I'i.-le f sistanc.-. May the Lord bl.s T li. tii and lie with tliHii, thronuli life and I h"! we will all meet in a lt!r wor where parting come no more. ALICE PARK Kit Riaiw. T"tin. .lake Ih'-ir We want ,-r a- llKr X HAYES' Healing Honey It has no equal Tor caring COUGHS, COLDS, HOARSENESS and WHOOPING COUGH. Tali no other. A STRONP TESTIMONIAL. " I 4m fit yer old. I hire lutTeml with a iot,jfh ft f,rty yebn. I bav nsrl every cough remviy on th market. I bar nerrr osed a CT-ngh jrmp 'hf.t brnf !:1 m an inrrh lt Havik' Flruiwi Hnvtr. Ki-ii.t I Price JJ crnti a bottle at your I I t!ru;:'p-t. 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