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I PIJULISIIBO AT Sequachee, Marlon Count, Tenn. KVKHV TIH'HDAY. HILL & SON, ElHTOKS AND l'UUUSHKKS Subscription Price, 50o. a Year In Advance. IHT Vews and advertising matter to se rum insertion must he handed in before 12 oVIock each Wednesday, or it may bo too lat.o f'r publication. Tiik Ni'.wn will not be responsible for the opinions of its correspondents, nor for signed conniniuiicationfi, and nothing will bo considered for publication which la not ancomDanled bv the real name of the writer not for' oublicatlon, but as an evidence of pood faith. THURSDAY. Mawii 21, 1907 A Bad Stomach Lessens the usefulness and mars the bap plness of life. It's weak stomach, a stomacn that can not properly perform its functions. Among its symptoms are distress after eating, nausea between meals, heartburn, belching, vomiting, flatulence and nervous headache. Hood'sSarsaparilla Cures a bad stomach, Indigestion and dyt pepsla, and the cure Is permanent Accept no substitute. Doran's Cove. Special to the Newt. We are having Home pretty weather now anil the farmers are getting ready to beL'in their work Frank Thoinason. Oscar Love and Will Lemons, of Orme, were visiting in the cove Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hannnons visit ed Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Smith Satur dav iiitrht and Sunday. Miss Canna Hannnons visited Miss Lillie Thomason Sunday. L. T. Lee is expected homo today from Pikeville where he has been vis itinir for the last week or two. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Redly are visit inir Geo. Redly r.nd family Mail Carrier John Lord and his best L'irl attended church in the cove Sun day. Mrs. W. B. Smith visited Mrs. H. M. Thoinason Sunday. Miss Anna Belle Potts visited Miss Maggie Ridly Saturday night and Sun- day. Some one ask Jack Thomas how he likes to wear a derby and see whut he says. Rev. Boyd preached in the cove Sun day and Sunday night. Miss Minnie Thoinason visited Mrs. L. T. Lee Monday. Miss Bessie Wallace visited Miss Ni na Lee Monday evening. I wonder if Miss Francis Keefe caught that pretty, fellow at the entertainment. Joe Potts is in Stevenson on business today. T.B. Smith was in Orme Monday ev ening on business. Albert Ibtts was all smiles Sunday niirht. Some one, ask Miss Anna Belle Potts how she likes A. K. 's company and see what she will say. Misses Maud Mathews, Minnie Thomason and Anna Belle Potts, Mes srs. J. L. Smith and Albert Potts at tended church in the cove Sunday nisht. . Miss Ada Raulston looked sad Sunday night. I guess it was because Hugh was not at church ''Old drey" has quit coming to the cove. Guess it was because he has got his head turned in some other direct ion. ' Mrs. Hal Ridley and mother visited -Mrs. P ;nd Miss Anna Belle one . ' ..AltV has diailker visited her pa- work Q rents, ?h 'and-Mrs. Joe Thomas, Sun V 1 dav. i, 'j . Miss Fraukie Posey and Blanche tm Thomas attended church in the cove l1, Sunday. and 3 Mrs. Will Cooper visited her sister, make Miss Ida Raulston, from Friday .until Mi Sunday evening. Just One. fami"; . wito . Sayre, Ala., trot' mil a lr J ch Brc vr THE NO-FENCE LAW. Editor News: I noticed in the States man- Democrat, a call for the farmers to vote on the three-wire fence law Three wire is the same as no fence and the one-horse farmer will have to iro out of the hotr business. Everybody lias not got fields of clover and corn to keep their hogs in. nail tne nogsioai ht mi fled in Marion Co., are raised outside. If vou don't believe it, just go up in the coves and mountains and ask the men how many hogs they have. t lrnnuj nno nuin that keens over one hundred hogs outside. There are plen ty of men that raise hogs enough out mla tn mk their meat. Three wires will not turn cattle and I would advise farmers to never plant corn with only three wires to protect it. This three-wire fence law will on ly benefit the big farmers and the farmers thnt nrft t.OO laZY tO fix their fun,.u if vnn a croimr to have a no fun.n law liave no fence. Don't have -V nnrt. nf n t'nre. I Bill in tavor 01 fa,-a law ami T want the fence pig- tight, horse-high and bull-strong, so if my hogs come down off the mountain ci.ia m Hnncbiv for a'stroll on the pike, T want inv neighbors to nave uien nbnne so thev won't have to miaa Klinflav school. This three-wire fence law is a first cousin to the dog law. If the farmers got the new fence law they will want the dog law cut out ior uiey win uc. more dous where tuey nave nu leucn. to m that the farmers are doing very well with the present fence law, but this is democratic policy. for'a channe and they always mnlrn tliiiiLm worse. If any of them ever o-et, to heaven they will be disea tisfied and want to swap their place for a warmer zone. C A. fKiuit, Sequachee, Tenn. Searles, Ala. miutwcll Department.' GEO. W. LEWIS Arent. 7f knew not what the truth may he, I tell it as 'twas toll to me. W. C. Hill, of the Sequachee News, was in the city last Friday. G. B. Bailey and Will Mosier, who are engaged at Coal City, Ga. , came home last Saturday. John Ballard, Mack Tate, Bob Hoop er, Mack tieinons and some others whose names we failed to get came down from Dnnlap Saturday to spend a few dikvs with their families. Joe Holloway, who lives on the East side of the river, lost his barn on Monday night of last week. It was burned to the ground. It contained two mares, one mule, four cows and several yearlings, corn and hay, etc., all of which was consumed. Loss a- bout $1,000. There was no insurance. I can sell yon the best buggy or Rev. J. L. Scott preached at the Southern Methodist Chnrch Sunday at 7:30, p. m. , P. H. Thach and Lawrence Spears, attorneys-at-law, of Jasper, were in the city Monday on legal business. If yon need a Sewing Machine buy a Singer or a Wheeler Wilson. These stand the test of time. W. L. BARBER, Agt. Phone 22, ' Whitwoll, Tenn. Walter Randle, the well-known Times man, was in tho city early Sun day morning delivering the Chatta nooga Sunday Times to the subscribers. He irets his papers at Jasiier and then delivers them here. Mr. Ran dle is a hustler. A man by the name of Uoff was wagon, tuny guaranteeu ior tnree round in the mines Sunday night ueau years by the Company 1 represent and and a boy whose name I did not learn, let you use it while you pay for it. who was working with him, was found We require no security ; we charge no unconscious. It is thonght by some interest; we trust all honest people, that lie will recover, but it is very 'Phone 22, W. L. BARBER, Agt. Whitwell, Tenn. George WHITWELL. Special to the Nros. , Mrs. Quarles called on Mrs. Bailey Sunday. John JJaitron ana .laKe rumen arriv ed here Saturday. The Whitwell girls were irlad to see them John Dartron said that a certain girl gave him a loving smile Sunday even ing- Hurry up, Morris Young, of Roope, or John will beat vour time. Wonder how Henry Colston liked his new boarder last week, Miss Mary Colston looked sad Sun day, doubtful as he fell on his lamp and his face was badly burned. An inqnest was held Monday evening over the body of GofI and the verdict was that he came to his death by unknown causes. Resolutions. Resolutions of respect in memory of our brother, W. H. Carlyon, who de parted this life March 5, 1907, at Johns, Ala. Wnereas, on the 5th sleep of the Worm Moon, G. S. D., 416, Brother W. H. Carlyon was called into the happy hunting grounds of bin f a tl i prs Pat Cary was seen in Whitwell last by the Great Spirit, wo like to week. Come on, "Uncle Gid,' read vour letters. Come on, A. L. Rankin, of Altoona, we enjoy hearing from you. Jess Turner and Ed Grimes were in Whitwell Sunday. There was a box supper at Looney's Creek Saturday night. nice time, Therefore be it resolved by Powhat- tan Tribe, No. 24, I. O. R. M., that we feel the loss of our Brother and Chief. That he was an intelligent, earnest, and faithful Red Man, and nossessed such onalifications and nrin- ciples of minA and heart that made him A trn Tlrother nnd a warm friend. All report a That these resolutions be spread on the records or our tribe and that a copy be Special to the NrWS. Cutting toe nails and making hatch et handles is tRe order of the day. J. S. Jones and Mrs. Creatie Davis were nnietlv married a week ago. We wish them happiness on the way, corn bread and 'lasses three times a day. P. J. Manning preached a sermon across the river last night. There was a large crowd out to hear him. I Herbert Milligan's eye sight is get ting bad. Ho bad got a pair of brass specticles. Wo like to have had a funeral yes terday. Mostie Milligan's old cow like to have died. Sho was down all night und all day. Mr. Jones came along and :ast th6 devil out of her and she .lump ed up and went to eating. Howwas that for healing power? Z Arthur Jones made two trips across the river vesterdav. Wonder what was the excitement over there. Wonder whut is the matter that Fred Davis didn't go home with Miss Vera ' Rohbins as usual. - These Etna sagers down here said tell their old friends this is the place to get their money back. They are all well and doing well. Van Cross went to Birmingham yes terday. Mrs. Jess KeilY was out yesterday with her little son, visiting. , Mrs. P. J. Manning is on the sick list. Hone she will soon be all right Mrs. Martha Ellis' pig is sick. Guess it. will soon be be well as she is g"ing t.i irivo it a dope of oil and soot. Siie was told to use black oil and sho said aim didn't have the black oil und she would mix oil and soot and make hla oil. Brown Eyes. Sfiecial to the Netus. ; The man friends of Mr. nnd Mrs, Scott were gloriously entertained that their home Saturday nigni witn i dance. There were present practi callv p.vervbodv ill these parts that knows what a srood time is. It is the general opinion that "Spec ltntor." had too much to say in ast week's News, audit is tbe general oninion of evervbodv that said party carried it a little too far in speaking nf it imttinir said narty in mind of il darkv saloon. I never visit such places myself, and therefore I don' know ns much about it as that some body does, but all prejudice was for mitten in the uood old time we had, for evervbodv in these parts know when thev go to Mr. and Mrs. Scott's they can expect a time unexcelled any where, for those two good old people know how to make everybody feel they were as near the pearly gates as any body wants to get. Several promi nent young men of Yolanda were pre sent. Refreshments were served und they didn't tag anybody so they would know they had been served, for it was free to anybody that wanted to par take. ' Now, somebody will come out and say that too much "whiskey" was there. Now, I want to say that there wasn't a drop there, for refreshments don't necessarily mean whiskey. Af ter the dance Mrs. Hogg and Miss An nie Cardner served supper at their res idence on Main Street and everybody left for their respective homes, saying that such good tiinps como to anybody be sent to the Sequachee Valley for publication. A. A. D. News J. P. F. BAILEY, LAMB, LAYNE, Committee. Little globules of sunshine that drive the clouds away. DeWitt s Little Ear y Risers will scatter the gloom of sick headache and biliousness. They do not gripe or sicken. Recommended and sold by Jno. W. Simpson, Jasper, Tenn lion's This? We oiTer 0:is Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh .that .e;innot bo cured bv Hall's Catarrh Cure.-, F. i. CHENEY & CO., l'rops., Toledo, Ohio. We, the undersigned, have known F. .1. Cheney for tin last flfteen years, and believe liim per;ectly bonorabl in all business transactions, and financially .M cnorrv uu: anv obligation made ' bv their firm. W'AI.l'KS. KfXN av A Makvix, Whole sale Jrn.r'jis.s. Toledo, Ohio. HaU's Catarrh Cure is taken inf-rnal-noCnir directly uijon the blood aui miWm surfaces f th" system. 1'rico V.s per bot:. S.iiJ by all druegists. l-iti-r,oniU free. Hal'.' Family I'll'm are tho best but seldom in a lite time. Aow, we :lon't want any more darky saloon bus iness come out, because we are going to have a good time if we have to send 'Spectator" to the postoflice. 1 Bro. Smith was chosen pastor of tho Baptist church here. He is an able pastor and an eloquent sp'aKer, unu his many friend feel confident that lie will be the means of bringing many lost ones to tho fold. Just say red silk dress to Jeff Given and see a frown come on bis face like a wave on a stagnant irog ponu m uie good old summer time. Alvin liean has returned to tins piace after a recent illness. Mrs. Davis, who ran the boarding house for about five years, has moved to Boyle s. Ira Parsons is going to run it from now on. w e wisu mm KUC0e8S. Misses Lela, Gertie, and Nellie Par sons, Annia Ladner, Mrs. Hogg, Miss es Lula Ray, Clara Ratchheld and Messrs. Palmer and Early Mathews, Messrs. Tom and Ira Parsons, Wed Rogers. Wellmvn Jones, Fred H .-tinner, Tom Brown, Reuben Smith, Button Manison, Clarence Mallaby and many other went to the tunnel Sunday even- to have some photograph's made. The scenery is beautiful, and the pictnres will be something hue. The mines are working every day and everything is moving, along smoothlv. Punch & Judy. I guess Morris Young would like to sent to the bereaved familv.and a conv come to wnitwen now. Frank Loonev left for Roope Satur day. Wonder what has become of G. W Young? He hasn't been in town since he returned from Roope. Georgia Goober Grabber. ' RESOLUTIONS Whitwell, Tenn., March 12, 1907, In as much a9 since the .all -wise Ru ler of the Universe has seen fit in his infinite wisdom, to order the Angel of Death to make an alarm at our outer door and remove from our midst our beloved brother, W. H. Carlyon, that thereby his spirit might be translated to that celestial lodge, that spiritual home, prepared for the faithtnl, Resolved: First that we, his breth reu, endeavor by these words to show in some small measure; as compared to the depth of fueling that actuates ns, the high honor and loving respect in which he was held by us. Bro. W. H. Carlyon joined the St. Lawrence lodge. No. 9'J, I. O. O. F, of the state of Alabama, Aug. U,1H88, nnd was transfered by card to Olive Branch Lodge, No. 52, I. O. O. F, Feb. 24. IHSKl. Bro. Carlyon was a man whose high sense of honor, of morality,- of integri ty, was unfailing. It fact it was the man himself. Second, that we, his brethren, beg to extend to his bereaved family our deepest sympathy, assuring them that in ollering tins conuoionce it t' from our sorrowing hearts. Third, that this resolution be spread mion tho minutes of this lodge and al so that a copy be sent to Bro. Carly on' s family. K A. ASHliUltN, G. W. JORDAN, L. H. GRAYSon, Committee. RED HILL Sfetitl to tht Xewt. Ike Ashburn hui wovr. hark t Rwl Hill from Dnnlap. Mr. Chadwiek, from siuachm, w at Red Hill, visiting Mr. IVrki' folks. Sam Perkins, who lias been working at Durham for some time, is viaiting bis folKS Here, vr nus eome home to Ktav 1 on i Know wiin n. We were glad to see him again in our midst. Alice iijuiiim w.,hii smiles .Sunday. William Henry wasovit buggy riding with his lest girl Sunday. I "snpiH.se they had a nice time as William was smiling. Alliert Henry was seen in Duns Sun day. Guess h Passed the time off exceptionally wen. Win. Wallace arrived at Red Hill Saturday from Dnnlap to Kee his folks. This is fine weather for fanning. Willie Wallace says if the girls don't take to Rparkiug him ho will have to leave the settlentent. May the clouds be bright and sunnv, May the light around yon shine. May the time come, darling, iu the "future, When your name will be added to mine. Love may be long and lonesome, bnt I use it as a thing that's free, Always try to love a well apprecia ted liov who treats yon good like me. May the time be sweet and beantiful May my love upon yon fall. Always be free hearted with vour neighbors and be loved by theiu 'all. I love yon darling nnd always will. If I have to tell tho truth aWit it I love yon to kill. Sparker. HILL CITY. Sped a! to the A'ews Mrs. Ala Keef visited her father and mother Monday. Miss Hatfield spent Sunday night at her uncle s, mt. natneid. John Land looked sad Sunday night. Becky Perkins said John Land look ed sweet Sunday. Fred Long hung his hat cn the goat's horn at Ed Turner's Snnday. Amanda Long had a smile on her face Sunday .almost as long as yonr arm. Ben Rogers said he sure did enjoy going with the girls. Ben looked fine with his brother's long pants on and his father s hat. Charlie Smith looked sad Sunday. Pat Morrison is very ill at this time, and also Henry Hamilton. Russell Houts is keeping boarders. Ida Houts said she loved pickles. Gracie Calton likes to beg pickles from Ida Houts. Cynthia Roberson looked sweet Sun day. A certain young girl of this place said Milton Ettis would have to sugar up his face and have a sweeter smile than ever to look as sweet as Gilbert Smith. Ask Russell Houts and John Land if they ever got left. Lonely Rose. Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup CONTAINS HONEY AND TAR Relieves Colds bv working them out of the system throuph a copiou and healthy action of the bowels. Relieves Cough by cleansing th mucous membranes of the throat, chest and bronchial tubes. MAs pleasant to the tasta as Maple Sugar Children Like It For sale by J. W. Simpson, Jasper.Tenn. KODOL digests what you eat and quickly overcomes Indigestion, which is a forerunner ot .uyspepsia. it is made in strict conformity to the Na tional Pure Food and Drng Law and is sold on a guarantee relief plan. Sold by Jno. W. Simpson. Jasper, Tenn. liastland. Special to the A'elt'S. Miss Gertie Cobb tisitetl Misses Crecio and Lassie Frizzell Sunday. Gertie Cobb and Lassie Frizzell call ed on Mrs. Cassie Franklin Sunday af ternoon. , Dotf Drewry was all smiles Sunday. Miss Lassie Frizzell called on Miss Fannie Doak Sunday. Frannie Doak, Gertie Cobb, Lassie Frizzell, Miss Swollows, Lula Watley, Beulah Frizzell nnd Bertha Smitty went to Cliffy today. Jack Baltimore and Miss Crecie Friz zell were ont walking this afternoon. Mrs. Emma Layno visited Mrs. Sa rah Watley today. All of the young folks seem to be en joying themselves now. A. surprise party took place at Dave Doak's Friday night in honor of their relative, Miss Nina Dye, f Clifty. Thoso present were Misses Crecie and Lassie Frizzell, Fannie Doak, Rena Drewery and Nina Dye, and Messrs. John and Harry Reed, Dolf and Bill Drewry, Sim Thorns. John Atterson, Blain ScBrbrongb, Francis Lockhart, Monroe and Roscoe Smitty, Jim Elrod and Henry and Shaw Matix. They all reported a nice time. Jack Baltimore nnd Foster Layna made a flying trip to Sparta Tuesday. Foster Layne and Mary Atterson were married Tuesday night. A. and W. D. Frizzell are into the fencing business. John Millard and son, Jim, are boarding at A. Frizell's until they can move here. John Pease, of Pittsburg, Ga. , was here one day last week, and got a house to move into and went . back af ter his family but hasn't returned yet. Jim Elrod seems to be enjoying him self. He had his beauty struck today. I was awful sorry that Charlie Smith was so sick with la grippe. Hope he will soon get better and come home. Blue Bell. Good, paper. reliable agents wanted for this CASTOR I A For Iafaats end Children. Th3 Kind You Have Always Bought Bears th. ZtfTTZ '"In 1HH7 I had a stomach disease. Some physicians said Dyspepsia, some Consumption. One said I would not live until Spring. For four years I existed on boiied milk, sod-i biscuits and doctor's prescriptions. I could n digest anything 1 ate; tuen I picked up one of vour Almanacs and it happened to be mv life saver. I bought a titty cent kittle of K()DL and the In-liefit I received from that bottle all the gold in Georgia could not bnv. In twi months I went back to my work its machinist, and in three months 1 was well ami hearty. May you live Iflpg and prosper. C . N. Cornell, Room (in. . V.HMi. The almve is onlv a sampl of the treat g'""l that is tiailv done everywhere by lvx'.ol for Dy- ep It is sold here I'.v Jno. . Mmpsin ,ijl t-r. Ti nn. we will give a 10 per Int. reiiectioe on our of goods. This is pr best o to continue , one week, Spring Line fiance to save money. Red Hill. Stedal to the Netas . Sunshine is the order of the day. Win. Wallace came home from Dun Ian Saturday. Robert Smith came noma saturuay from Dunlari to see his best girl. Sam Perkins, of Durham, (a. , came home to see his sister, Mrs. Edgar Chadwiek. who is very sick. Jim Perkins, the son of W. M. rer kins, fell through a railroad trussle here Saturday and broke his leg. Miss Alice Wallace was all snnies Sunday. I guess she saw her best fel low. L. W. Thomas said he was going to see his girl at New Hope before long. W. M. Perkins is iroiinr bacK to Dnnlan Monday. A. D. Thomas came home baturuay from Dnnlan to see his family. Ij. W. Thomas has got the finest nog in Red Hill. John Porter came home Saturday from Whiteside to see his children. L. W. Thomas went across the river Tuesday and rains bark Friday. The Red Hill boys met and played ball Saturday. They will organize next Saturday and get ready to play a 'natch "-nine 1 fore lornr. l- NEW DRESS GOODS We have a large line of new up-to- date goods, such as nice white goods, silks, suitings and wool goods. Waistings at prices from 8c to 50c per yard. Calicoes, 4?c to 6c per yd. Silks from 5()c to $1.25 per yd. Dress ginghams from 8c to 30c per yd. Nice white table linons will be re duced from 40c per yd to 30c. 00c table linons reduced to 54c. All other goods reduced in propor tion. Piece Goods Piece goods, such as counterpanes, at 1.00 to $'3.25. Nice towels at from i)c to 44c per pr. Mantle covers and pillow shams, all new, now on sale. Men's Hats You should examine our line of men's hats now and see if we are not cheaper than anybody else on these. LADIES' SHOES Ladies' shoes worth $1.50 at if 1.35. Ladies' shoes worth $'3.00 will goat $1.80. Ladies' shoes, worth $2.25 will go at $2.00. Ladies' shoes worth $3.50 will go at $3.15. ' We have a nice line of ladies' tan slip pers which we carried over from last year, which we sold at $2.25, going at $1.60 as long as they last. W e have some black slippers which will go at cost. Men's Shoes. Men's shoes are reduced in propor tion to ladies' shoes, except brogans, which are $1.50 per pair for No. 1. (Vr.v-potidciu-e frrnr'Stigar Lump, of Hill Ton, and "White Lilv". t Sweet Water, are lmth "wite basket ed" on account of n signature. WHITWELL. Spei iul to th,- Xr.i'S. A. J. Cates, of Victoria, was in town Fridav. Walker Bros., have been turning out a lot of wagons, buggy and automo bile material at their mill, and shipped car load Saturday. W. E. MrCurrv'has a law office now with Hon. John T. Raulston and is now a practicing attorney. Hon. John T. Raulston went to Dnnlap Friday on legal business. J ray-on A- Co.. are putting up a building -MsM in tho rear of their store for a warehouse. P. S. Harris is now ye proprietor "f the livery stab!.' at upper end, his lartner. Millard Harris, having retir- ; t-d. g "Sinire Priginore of Victoria, was in tht citv Fridar. Mens' Shirts We have an immense line of tbem to select from. Specials in Groceries 3 packages Pearline for 10c. a packages Armour's wash powder, lc I packages Grandma s wash powder. 10; 2 cans string beans, 15c. 1 can tomatoes, 10c. 3 cans corn, 25c. MENS' PANTS Mens' pants will bo reduced 10' per cent. $1.00 pants will be reduced to 90c. $1.25 pants will be reduced to $1.10. $1.50 pants will be reduced to $1.85. $2.00 pants will be reduced to $1.80. $2.50 pants will be reduced to $2.25. $3.00 pants will be reduced to $2,70. $3.50 pants will be reduced to $3.00. $4.00 pants will be reduced to $3.50. $4.50 pants will go at $4.00. Mens' suits are going at cost. Mens' and Ladies' Ths. Men's ties during this sale, 25c sell ers at 21c ; 50c sellers at 44c. Ladies' ties worth 10o at i)c. Ladies' ties worth 25c sell at 22C. Ladies' ties worth 35c sell at 31c. Ladies' ties worth 5k; sell at 44c. Ladies' Skirts Ladies' duck skirts at 'M)r. each. Wool skirts at-$1.00 and $2.00. Ladies' and Misses' Hats Our ladies' and misses' hats will be in next week and we will have a coin petant lady to display them. Special 10-cent Offer ; iog 1 bar Toilet Soap, . . 1 bar Shaving Soap 1 Itottle Mucilage. . SPECIAL FRIDAY & SATURDAY: YarcUide Domestic, 51-2 to 6 12c yd Remember we are doing business in the J. A. Walker Building in Whitwell, Tenn. Don't fail to see our line of goods and prices. We Save MONEY ForPeople Whitwell lercantile CO; Siznatura ot wur. wk. V