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W. C. Hill was in Jasper Saturday.
Wylie Parker went to Wbitwell Sat
urday. Shell Codwell is clerking for Jas.
Millard Hincb, of Elnezer, was
here Sunday.
Win. II. Gott, of Inman. was in
town Saturday.
John D. Miller, of Vicotria, was in
thn city Saturday.
T. A. Ramlle, of Brownsville, Ala.,
visited his family Sunday.
Geo. M. Dame, of Jasper, the feed
man, was in the city Friday.
C. E. Cunningham bas been suffer
ing from lumbago this week.
John Carson, of Victoria, was here
Sunday interviewing his best girl.
Claude Springfield, of Jasper, was in
-the city Sunday visiting his "best."
Bert Lee. of South Pittsburg, visited
relatives in Coppinger Cove Sunday.
Mrs. J. S Deakins, who has had a
tussle with la grippe, is much better.
Sam Johnson lias, moved to Jasper
where he is engaged in biacksmithing.
Miss Verda Bennett spent Sunday in
Wbitwell visiting friends, returning
Monday evening.
Misses Louise Hill and Nannie Cop
pinger visited the cement plant at Co
penhagen Sunday.
Mrs. E. S. Haynes bas been suffer
ing with la grippe and neuralgia, but
is now recovering.
The base ball fever germ gave a
wiggle in this town Saturday evening.
It's a sure sign of spring.
J. Michael Thomas, of Copenhagen,
and sister, were here Sunday visiting
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Curtis.
W. F. Smith, better known as "Cal
ico Bill," of Gruetli, -was on hand for
G. A. R. meeting Saturday.
Mr. W. D. Flovd. and family, of
Needmore, were in the city Tuesday,
visiting W. A. Chadwick.
Some slight changes are being made
to the interior of Hotel Marion this
week, preparatory to reopenment short
ly. John O'Neal has resigned his posi
tion as storekeeper for Jas. Coldwell,
and returned to his home near Tracy
, Miss Nina Randle has been appoint
ed Secretary of the M. E. Sunday
school, south, vice Clarence Fagg,
t The spring chicken has made its ap
pearance, but can hardly be classed as
a fryer yet. Mrs. VV. K. Marlin has
the neighborhood beat in raising the
fluffy specimens.
Mrs. F. O. Pearson is now in Chat
tanooga, where she has accepted a pos
ition with the Rosenburg Dry Goods
Co., as milliner.
W. H. Simpson, of Jasper, was in
town last week,. He is associated
with Geo.-M. Dame in the feed and
produce business, and is hustling
things. - '
W. A. Price, of Jasper, was here
Friday. He wants his friends to re
member that he still wants to measure
them for that suit of clothes, any size,
shape or style.
Miss Minneta Holland, of Pryor In
stitute, was the charming visitor of
Miss Juliette Hopkins over Sunday,
and sang a beautiful solo at League
services Sunday night.
It was reported in this place last
week that Miss Eunice Hutton, of Vic
toria, was dangerously ill. Miss Hut
ton, as far as we can learn, is conval
escent from a threatened attack of fev
er, and able to resume her class in
The ever genial John C. Gross, of
Coalmont, was a caller in our office the
first thing Monday morning, having
come from Tracy City the afternoon
before. Ho was on his way to up-val-ley
points and thence to Chattanooga.
He is looking as if life was prospering
with him and his, and we were glad to
see him.
Latest reports from Nashville are
that "Shng" Johnson turned up in
Johnny Dobb's headquarters earlier
than expected, or as he expressed it
"to be in at the beginning." He is
described as a "big fellow from the
mountain district. " Training began
Friday last , and Johnson is put down
as a pitcher.
South Sequachee.
Special to the News.
Measles and la grippe are fashionable
in this beat . They are common now.
Swapping horses is staying with us.
We sympathize with John Curtis,
who lost his wife at Wbitwell, Feb. 8, .
11)07. She was liorn near Sequachee,
June 2U, 1N(iK. She leaves a husband
and three little children. She followed
one that went home to the Saviour
some i months ago. Her last words
were, '"lam going home to God.','
Oh, that the husband may lead the
three little children to the home of the
mother. We have known her from her
infancy. She was much beloved b
everyliody and is not only missed at
home but is missed abroad. She was
iiiet and harmless. We say to the
husband and children that mother is at
rest and no doubt lives in the promises
of God. Weep not for her. Neither
lament nor mourn for she is "with dear
Jesus, while yon are left alone.
Peach trees are blooming out.
The apple is blooming in,
My honest opinion is that
Fruit will lo mighty thin.
Pricy Barnett has leen complaining
some time, but she is letter. The old
lady is very poorly. The rice has learn
ed to turn double winter sets.
Snbscrilie for the News and read it.
It is only .iK-. Caehng. Cold Wave.
Knoxville did one good act this
week, voting out the rum holes by a
vote of '-' to 1. "On to Chattanooga" is
the cry of the temjierance forces now,
and the cunHict will le waged there.
Mr. Tower, of Chattanooga, return
ed yesterday evening to the liedside of
ber" dangbter. Mrs. G. Sherman,
wlmnc recovery is verv slow.
Cole City, 0a.
Special to the News.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Basham called on
Mrs. R. H. Basham today- Mr. anl
Mrs. Joe Davis spent Saturday at Mrs.
Will Davis'. Miss Daisy Price and
Miss Hix, of Lower Cole City, were on
our street Sunday. They sient the
day with Mrs. Joe Davis and called
on Mrs. Joe Hartline. eo. nim-n-land
and Miss Daisy Price were out
walking Sunday eve. Joe Smith had
a very bad Texas fever but I think it
is about over, as he had a milk cow to
sell. Her horns were knocked off ana
ber tail cut short and he wanted forty
dollars for her and was offered five. He
said he could not sell his wagon any
how, so he will stay with them. The
wagon has only three wheels. I think
Green Prince is going to planting his
garden. He has burned a dozen corn
stalks. Mrs. Joe Hartline and Mrs.
Joe Suttles were laughing yesterday.
I wonder what they were tickled aliout.
If you want to see George Strickland
grin just ask him who he was with
Sunday. Mrs. Suttles, Mrs. Walter
and Mrs. Laura Higdon called on Mrs.
Joe Hartline Tuesday. Henry Suttle
went to take Laura Higdon to Sunday
school Sunday but bis little brother
Bass has beat him. Joe Suttles didn't
work any last week. He was complain
ing with a sore eye. Joe Hartilne
works every day and Sunday to boot.
Green Prince is looking out for a
dough beater. If anyone can help him
he will be much pleased. You ought
to see him with a smile on his face
like a breeze on a river. Dock Cazzort
and wife and little daughter, Minnie,
called at Mrs. Walter's Saturday and
stayed nntil Monday. Mrs. Delia Bas
ham called on Mrs. Suttle this morn
ing. Mrs. Joe Hartline and Miss Belle
Suttle were shopping at Lower Cole
City today. Tom Boston is going to
make a garden. I see he is making
pailings. Miss Minnie Hollin is the
prettiest girl in Cole City. Miss Co
ra Harp, of Shellmound, Tenn. spent
several davs with her sister, Mrs.
Stanifer, last week. If you want to
see Miss Hattie Goodson smile just ask
her how she likes Jack. Jim Boston
changed his mind and moved to White
side. Tenn. Miss Laura Higdon look
ed sweet Sunday. I would like to hear
from Lahoosage as 1 have a dear iriena
there. What has become of the writer?
I know "Sweet Aster" won't write
any this week, for she is ! away on a
visit to Whitwell. Mrs. Thompson is
visiting her son at Whiteside, Lee
Cloud. Green Prince and Geo. Prince
called at Mart Prince's to see his patch
of notatoes. I think Mrs. Cursey has
got a right to have a fever to go back
to Tracy as her husband is there. Ben
Cane took dinner with Geo. Strickland
Sunday. Tom Boston has returned
from Whitwell where he visited his
brother-in-law, Will Floyd. Ben Cane
said he was going to buy a buggy to
take his best girl riding in. If you
want to see Miss Hix smile just ask
her how she likes Ben. Miss Daisy
Price was all smiles Sunday. She
caught a new sweetheart. Here is a
riddle: As I went to St. Ives I met a
man with seven wives. The seven
wives had seven sacks; seven sacks
had seven old cats; seven old cats had
seven kits. Kits, cats, sacks and
wives, how many went to St. Ives?
Who Is This?
Hancock Station.
Special to the News.
Visiting was the order of the day
Sunday. We are having some very
wet weather. Lots are going to be
late making garden in our neighbor
hood. Alex Quarles took dinner with
Meh Webb Saturday. H. H., Torbert
made a short call here one day last
week. Mrs. Tommie Dobbins, from
So. Pittsburg, visited here Saturday,
Mrs. Rebecca Hancock, of Ebenezer,
visited at C. E. Hancock's one day last
week. Albert Hancock and family.
from Babcock. Wis. , the son of H.
Hancock, has moved to our vicinity
and thinks he will make it his home,
We are glad to get Northern people to
settle here. Mrs. Alex Rogers was
here Saturday selling papers and pic
tureS and asking her friends to patron
ize her. H. H. Hancock and wife,
from Hogo Crossing, visited their pa
rents here Sunday. Gerald Smith
was visiting C. E. Hancock's Satur
day. Mrs. Adline Quarles was in Jas
per shopping one day last week. H,
Hancock from Farrior Switch, visited
his daughter, Mrs. Mell Webb, here
Tuesday. W. B. Rogers and family
from Sequachee, visited H. H. Tor
bert, Sunday. Frank McGumse is
making a crop on Mr. Bible's place
this year. Cattle can make a living in
our neighborhood as I saw Mrs. Gear
ing's and five or six more in Will
Smith's salad patch the other day as I
passed. I don't know what will be
come of the cattle now as Will Smith
has plowed it up. Tom Turner made
a business trip to C. E. Hancock'
Tuesday. Mrs. Joe Lowman was vis-
iting Mrs. Kate Kelly one day last
week. Mr. Gearing was at this place
Monday on business. Mrs. Ada Berry
hill, from Georgia, visited her aunt
and uncle, H. H. Torbert, Sunday.
Wild Bill.
Special to the News.
J. C. Kelly was unloading a car of
agricultural machinery and gasoline
engines Saturday, but that is not un
Mrs. Shirley Woods is taking a fur
ther course in instruction in violin
playing from Prof. Cadec, of Chatta
nooga. Mrs. Woods is already the
leading violinist of the valley, but in
striving for further improvement.
W. H. Martin has liought an I. H.
C. gasoline engine of J. C. Kelly and
will use it on the farm he has recently
purchased of W. D. Spears.
The M. i. Church now presents a
very neat anwarance. The tower
which has leen erected to the front if
very graceful and pretty. We under
stand the interior is also hnished up
very attractively.
The winds of March have no terror
to the user of DeUitts ( arliolized
Witch Hazel Salve. It quickly heals
ehapieil and cracked skin. Good too.
for boils and burns, and undoubtedly
the best relief for Piles. Sld here by
Jno. W. Simpson, Jasr. Tenn.
The News and the Taylor-Trotwood
Magazine, loth one year for fl.tm.
Order through this office.
Looney's Creek.
Special to the News.
isiting is the order of the day.
Misses Martha ami Ethel Hudson
visited Miss Lottie Defur Sunday af
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Defur visited
Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Defur Sunday.
Miss Mary Defur is snendinir :i few
days with her grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Jim W illiams.
Joe and Tom Defur. of Whitwell,
visited across the river Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Anderson visited
Mr. and Mrs. Will McCnrrv Saturday.
Jim Bickett called on Tom Defur
Mrs. Jim Anderson visited the Miss
es Hicks Friday eve.
J. Hudson is on the sick list but is
Misses Millie Pickett and Mary De
fur were shopping in Whitwell Satur
uoo ricKeu attended the sineing
rru i "
Miss Lottie Defur looked pleased
Ask Miss Carrie Thomas if she got
ticKiea tne other day. 1 guess she will
say, yes.
Ask Miss Mary Defur how she likes
to hear the talking machine.
Walter Hudson went expecting to at
tend a singing Sunday, but there was
n t any.
Ltim Thomas was Reen coming from
across the river Sunday with a smile
on his face as long as down to yonder
and back.
W. H. Powell is on the sick list this
J. D. Defur called on Tim Anderson
Sunday eve.
Lock your heart in an old time
trunK, ana go with a boy that never
gets drunk. Black-eyed Girl.
Special to the Neivs.
Wind is the order of the day.
The children seem gay. passing off
the time at play.
1 was sorry to hear of the death of
W. D. Lewis, of Doans, Tex. I knew
him before he left the valley. Was
glad to know the bereaved have hopes
to meet him on the other shore, where
parting will be no more. We all ought
to be ready to meet our Lord when He
Some people seem like they
would rather have the riches of this
world than to spend eternity in the
kingdom of our Lord. The day is com
ing when the rich man will weep and
wail for the way he has treated labor
here below.
Lst us see what the apostle says
about the rich who oppress the poor:
"Goto, now, ye rich man. ween and
howl, for your miseries that shall come
upon you. Your riches are corrupted
and your garments are moth-eaten,
Your gold and silver is cankered and
the rust of them shall be a witness
against you, and it shall eat your flesh
as it were tore, ye have heaped treas
ures together for the last days. Be
hold the hire of the laborers, who have
reaped down your fields, which is by
you kept back by fraud crieth, and
the cries of them which have reaped
are entered into the ears of the Lord of
Sabaoth. ' Ye have lived in pleasure
on the earth and been wanton. Ye
have nourished your hearts as in a
day of slaughter. Ye have condemned
and killed the just and he doth not re
sist you. Be patient, therefore, breth
ren, unto the coming of the Lord.
We generally see when the rich com
pany wants to oppress the poor who
have worked for them and made them
what they have got that they will
come right to you home and get your
triends to do all they can to make the
laborer humble to them. The laws
will press the laboring man for the
rich in worldly gain. If the rich man
would realize that his body shall he
down as ours, and if he don't: mind
when the trumpet shall sound to call
the people on higher ground to stand
before the Lord, the rich and proud
will be behind. So you people who
have been scattered by the ' strike get
down upon your knees and ask the
Lord to help you to get on higher
ground. Touch Me .Not.
Special to the News.
Kain and mud is the order of the
Our Sunday school is doing tine.
Mrs. Ike Rush spent a day with her
mother here last week, Mrs. N. N,
There is quite a lot of sickness in
our town.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. John Smith,
a fi-pound girl Monday.
Mrs. John Cope is . spending the
evening with Mrs. Rush.
Mrs. Hud Huntley is on our sick
Oen of Jim Simmons' boys is sick.
Mr. and Mrs. John Grimes' baby is
dead. We sympathize with the be
reaved family. "Asleep in Jesus,
blessed sleep from which none ever
wake to weep.
Come on, "watchman., of TateS'
ville, we like to read your pieces.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Girdley visited
the latter s parents.
Fred Smith visited Mr. and Mrs.
Ike Rush Sunday morning.
John Smith lett Friday morning for
Tracy City.
w e were sorry to hear of Will Floyd
getting hurt, as he was one of our
friends and neighbors.
Mr. and Mrs. John ess visited Mr.
and Mrs. Bud Huntley Sunday.
Wake up, Miss Mollie Belli, of Dun-
lap, and write, lour "old friend in
Clifty. has not forgotten you yet.
Mrs. Ike Rush and Mrs. Jennie Bry
ant were visiting Mrs. John Smith
Friday evening.
N. N. Rush and son, Howard, visit
ed Ike Rush and wife Sunday evening.
Two Mountain Sisters.
I will be at Jasper on Monday of
each week. All parties desiring den
tal work will please call at the Hughes
House. . 11. MUUUU,
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Hate Always Bought
Bears the
John M. Lewis, the livery man of
Jasper, renews subscription this week,
and also takes advantage of our offer
of the Taylor-Trot wood Magazine for
Hopkins Kelly, of Jasper, renews his
subscription to the News.
J. W. O'Neal, Tracy City, hands in
his subscription.
John C. Gross, Coalmont, renews his
Pleasant Tate, Whitwell,
wants the
Henry Flynn, Searles, Ala., is a
new reader.
Colson, Dunlap, orders the
Frank Billingsley, Graysville, Tenn. ,
is added to our list.
M. H. Merritt, Victoria, pays his
S. L. Ketner, Victoria, renews his
W. D. Floyd, Bridgeport, Ala.,
ders the News.
A. G.
Cates, Victoria, orders the
Special to the News.
Planting potatoes is the order of the
day. Mrs. Dunn has been very sick
the past week. Misses Alice and Jen
nie Myers spent Friday evening with
Miss Rena Alexander. Mr. and Mrs.
Bill Ford visited the Lock and Dam
Sunday evening. Miss Alice Parker,
of Etna, passed through Guild Mon
day. Mrs.' Christian, of Roope, spent
Sunday with her daughter, Mrs. Sam
Hale. Jas. Myers is on the sick list.
Ye writer was very sorry to hear of
Mrs. Jas. Price being sick. Mrs. Liz
zie White spent Sunday afternoon at
the home of Mrs. Jas. Myers. Miss
Clara Davis called at the postofflce Fri
day evening Joe Wolf has been on
the sick list the past week. Ye writer
was certainly surprised to hear of Lau
ra Harris going to parties. Jas. Dea
kins of the lock and dam visited the
postofflce Sunday. Grover Morgan, of
Chattanooga, visited his father-in-law.
Dan Hale. Sunday. Ye writer guess
es Ellen Ellis has gone home by this
time. Miss Mary Ford visited her
brother, Bill Ford, last week. Morgan
Wilson attended church at Hale's
Chapel Sunday. Luther Fritts made
a flying trip to Chattanooga Thurs
day. Jas. Cooley, visited the post
office Friday evening. Cora Hale was
all smiles Saturday evening. I guess
she is proud of her neice. Little Roy
Miller visited the postofflce last week.
Allen Anderson is very sick. Miss
Jennie Myers called at Dan Hale's
store Saturday. Dennis Bryiner called
on Dan Hale Sunday morning. Ye
writer would like to hear from Miss
Emma Bracken, of Gravevine, Texas,
through the News. Jas. Deakins vis
ited the quarry Sunday evening. Mart
White made a trip to Whiteside Thurs
day. Sam Hale went to Whiteside
Saturday. Mr. Alexander visited Jas.
Myers bunday. .ino. Austin made a
flying trip to Roope Thursday. Mr.
Kapier, of Bridgeport, Ala., spent Sat
urday ana Sunday here. Mrs. .Nancy
O Meal is very sick. Charlie Myers, of
Ladd's, visited the Lock and Dam Sat
nrday. John Franklin owns a derby
hat and he certainly looks super. Tom
Morgan is still running a Jim Crow
hack. Dr. Horton, of Chattanooga,
spent Sunday evening here. Henry
.Long and tjooper Doyle, who are em
ployed at the Lock and Dam, visited
their families at Whiteside Saturday
and bunday. JJr. JJossett made a fly
ing trip to Whiteside Sunday. Mr.
and Mrs. McBride went to Chattanoo
ga Monday. John Franklin called on
Harry Daffron Sunday evening. Mr.
and Mrs. Stevens were out walking
Sunday evening. Mrs. Jas. Myers is
suffering with rheumatism. Jas. Hale
went to the Lock and Dam Monday.
Mrs. Ed Patty went to Chattanooga
Monday. Misses Lizzie and Hallie
Morgan spent Sunday evening with
Miss Bessie Hale. Mr. and Mrs. John
Dykes went to Chattanooga shopping
Monday. George Myers called on John
Austin Sunday. Joe Roope visited his
parents at fctna Sunday. Come on,
everybody, with the news. Gnat,
Saved Her Son's Life.
The happiest mother in the little
town of Ava, Mo., is Mrs. S. Ruppee,
Mie writes: "une year ago my son
was down with such serious lung trou
ble that our physician was unable to
help him; when, bv our druggist's ad
vice I began giving him Dr. King's
New Discovery, and I Roon noticed
improvement. I kept this treatment
up for a few weeks when he was per
fectly well. He has worked steadily
since at carpenter work. Dr. King's
New Discovery saved his life. Guar
anteed best cough and cold cure by
Curtis s coppinger. roc and 1.00.
Trial bottle free.
Improvements at So. Pittsburg
P. The H. Wetter Manufacturing
Company is erecting a brick pattern
house at the rear or the foundry build
ing, to be nsxl exclusively for honsin
the many valuable patterns owned by
the company, lhis makes two pattern
houses that the companv now have,
The new soil pipe shop belonging
the company, which was recently en
larged. is now In operation.
W. A. Chadwick
yesterday evening.
went to Vittori
Guild, Tenn.
Special to the News.
Rev. Hatfield spent Saturday night
at M. A. Blevins.
Miss Edith Cyphers is spending a
few days with friends at Onne.
Luther Fritts was in Chattanooga
Miss Gertrude Taylor, of Tusoum
bia, Ala., is the guest of her cousins,
the Misses Myers, this week.
Mrs. Florence Dyke, . Mrs. Ollio Pat
ty and Mrs. Agnes Owens visited Mrs.
M. A. Blevins Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Crninbliss,
Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Anderson, Jno.
Dvkes, Jno. Franklin and Luther
Fritts, W A. Hicks and Miss Ruth
Hicks visited at Jno. Myers, Sr., Sun
day afternoon.
Walter Fritts visited at W. M. Ow
ens Sunday night.
Miss Mattye Joycelyn visited Mrs.
Ellwrt Patty Sunday.
Clara Davis was all smiles Sunday.
Misses Cora, Lizzie and Cleva Myers,
Gertrude Taylor and Messrs. Tom My
ers, M. G. Wilson and Luther Fritts
visited Mr. and Mrs. Robt Anderson
Sunday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Dykes went to
Chattanooga Monday.
Mrs. Bales Brijonau visited at Jno.
Myers Saturday.
R F. Cooley visited at Jno. Myers'
Friday night.
Mrs. Hicks visited Mrs. Miller Sun
day. Miss Mattye Joycelyn visited Mrs.
Owens Sunday night.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Tisdale called
at Jno. Myers Friday afternoon.
"Papa's Darling," give us apiece
next week.
Would like for the correspondent at
Red Hill to write every week. i
Kelly's Ferry.
Special to the Nervs.
Rain and mud is the order of the
Will Burnett, John Tate and his fath
er were in our vicinity Sunday morn
ing. Mrs. Laura Guynn and Mrs Nick
Owens called on Mrs. Isaiah Newsom
last Friday eve. ,
we are all going to ride on the
steamboats, "Sea Gull", and "Speed
well, "Sunday, the 17. I hope we will
have a good time. WTe will leave here
for South Pittsburg about 8 o'clock.
To Mrs. Ballenger: I want you to come
down to the steamboat next Sunday
Mrs. JUlen .Newsom. Mrs. Marv
Newsome and John Sharp spent a few
days with Isaiah Newsome, but return
ed to Decatur, Ala. , last week.
Misses Phemia and May Newsom are
contemplating going to visit Mrs. Bal
lenger next Sunday.
Jianma Troxler was at Mrs. Hart-
man's last Friday evening.
Jim and &d jNewsom, Kellie Hart
man and Tom Sexton were at the lock
and dam Sunday.
Tom Sexton was at the lock and dam
Sunday and looked pleased.
Mrs. Isaiah .Newsom and Mrs. R. F.
Richey are going np to Chattanooga
Mrs Bill Dougler died Friday of fev
er and was buried Sunday at McNabb.
The "IS."
Special to the Neivs.
Frank Ellis, of Oates Island, was in
this vicinity Monday. Frederick Bil
lingsley was on the mountain Sunday,
visiting Miss Alice Parker. Ye writer
went to the city Monday. John Brasel
is still hanging his hat on Mr. Doyle's
rack. Mr. Yarbrough, of Russell's
camp, was in this vicinity Monday.
Miss Alice Parker went to Whiteside
Monday. Mrs. Gerald Sexton and Ber
tha Doyle gave the new store a call
Friday. Misses Maud and Marv Brown
and Jessie Foster were calling on Miss
Hattie Harwood Sunday. Geo. Honts
went to Chattanooga Monday. Mr.
and Mrs. Geo. Baker, who have been
sick for the last few weeks, are out
again. Will Davis, Sr., is going to
Coal City to work. Will is a good cit-
zen and we .hate to inre him up. Mrs.
Will Davis, Jr., was visiting Mrs. W.
H. Bailey Monday. Mrs. Mattie
Hartman visited Mrs.- John Daornan
Monday. Wonder if Harry Ransom is
still thinking about going to the hol
low. Miss Laura Harris, of Guild, is
teaching school at the Brumley school
house. Mrs. Chas. Miller went to
Wrhiteside Monday. Jim Ellis did not
seem to be enjoying himself Sunday,
liuess i'; was because he did not see
Miss May. Sweet Potato.
The Texas Wonder.
Cures all Kidney, Bladder and Rheu
matic troubles ; sold by all druggists ;
or two month's treatment by mail for
1.00. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2928 Olive
street, St. Lonis. Send for Tennes
see testimonials.
Rural Route.
Rural Route No. 1 has been ordered
established May 16 at Mountairy, Se
quatchie County, Tenn., serving 110
Rapid changeibf temperature are hard
on the toughest constitution.
The conductor passing from the heated
inside of a trolley car to the icy temperature "
of the platform the canvasser spending an
hour or so in a heated building and then
( walking against a biting wind know the
difficulty of avoiding cold.
Scoff 's Emuts ton strengthens the
body so that it can better withstand the
danger of cold from changes of temperature.
It will help you to avoid taking' cold.
The trouble is, yoof liver's
sick. One of its products,
"bile, is overflowing Into
your blood.
You can't digest your food,
your appetite is poor, you
suffer dreadfully from head
ache, stomach ache, dizzi
ness, malaria, constipation,
etc What you need is not a
dose of salts, cathartic water
or pills but a liver tonic
- This great medicine acts gently on
the sick liver. It purifies the Mood,
renews the appetite, feeds the nerves,
clears the brain and cures consti
pation, j
It Is a true medicine for sick liver
and kidneys, and regulates all th
O'gestlve functions. Try It. 1
At all dealers in medicines in
25c packages.
Special to the News.
Miss Maggie Colston, of Whitwell, is
visiting her sister, Mrs. Ball. Miss
Ellen Bailey spent Sunday with Bur
lie Janney. Ask Geo. O'Bar what he
got so mad about Sunday night. Miss
Faytie Myers is on the sick list. Mrs.
L. R. Janney visited Mrs. Ed Sexton
Wednesday. Miss Alice Parker was all
smiles Sunday. I guess her best fellow
was there. Miss Ellen Bailey looked
sad Sunday. Miss Florence Allen
visited Miss Mary O'Neal Sunday. El
len Bailey, Burlie Janney and Maggie
Colston took a trip to the mines Sun
day. Come on, "Pedro," of Empire,
let us hear from there as we have ma
ny friends at that place. Thomas
Daffron looked sad Sunday. John Pin
ington brought his graphophone down
to L. R. Januey's Sunday night and
entertained quite a number of young
I folks. Those present were Frank Dag-
nan, Ellen Bailey, Geo. O'Bar, Willie
and Gracie Hicks, Gertrude and Par
tbenie Exum, George and Jim Pining
ton. Mrs. Ed Newsom called on Mrs.
Hartman Sunday. Frank Dagnan
must have seen his best girl Sunday.
He had, a smile on his face as long as
an incline. Misses Jane Dagnan and
Florence Allen called at the postoftlce
Monday. John Pinningtou had a
smile on his face as long as a churn
dasher Sunday. We 'are gettiaa up a
Sunday school at this'place; Tvoula be
glad for everyone to come. If I should
write perhaps you'll laugh, So I'll
merely sign my autograph. Big Sal.
Speiial to the News,
Tom Lewis made a flying trip to
Whitwell Saturday. Caloway Lewis
and Melvin Moore attended church at
Sardis Sunday. Jim and Geo. Rich
ardson, of Victoria, attended church
here Sunday. If you want to see Dee
Ross smile ask him who he saw Sun
day. Arch Billingsley looked pleased
Sunday. Wonder who he saw. Wiley
Spangler looked as sweet as ever Sun
day. .Miss Gertie Webb looked as sweet
as a primrose Sunday. Will Long of
Springdale attended church at Union
Grove Saturday night. A certain girl
said Henry ' Harris looked sniptious
Sunday. Alvin Billingsley was all
smiles the last time he was seen.
Thanny Ellis, of Victoria, attended
church here Sunday. Mrs. Lizzie Gols
ton visited Miss Sallie Moore Sunday.
Lewis Harris wears that same old
smile on his face. Lew Ross, of Hap
py Hollow, made a business trip to Jas
per, Monday. Miss Sallie Moore said
she sure did enjoy herself Sunday.
Wonder what has become of Ed Rosj
as he hasn't been seen lately. G. H.
Lewis, of Copenhagen, attended church
here Sunday. Willie Alder, of Chatta
nooga, is among friends again. If the
world was paper and the sea was ink I
couldn't write half I think.
Blue-eyed Beanty.
The Kidneys and the Skin.
If the kidneys are weak or torpid, the skirt
will be pimply or blotchy. Hood's Sarsapa
rilla strengthens and stimulates the kidneys,
and clears the complexion. By thoroughly
purifying the blood it makes good health.

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