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SEQUACHEE, TENN., THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1907. NO. 38. Coalmont. Special to the Neivs. Miss Georgia Hillis, of Tracy City, upent a portion (if last week in town, the guest of Miss Dykes. Minx Margaret Layne, of Tracy City, spent Sunday here. George Dodge and Miss Theona Can non were out driving Sunday evening. A large crowd attended church at the school house Sunday night. The Hennon was delivered Ijy Bro. Cole man and was well appreciated. Alton Lusk, of Tracy City, was in the city Saturday. Dee Roast, a popular young man from Tracy City, was on out streets Saturday, and Sunday. Wonder if he still likes"anplefl and peaches." Mrs. V J. Lovelace peirt Friday and Saturday in Tracy. Mr. and Mrs. Harlin Griswold, Hor ace, Jess and Mai Herd and also Willie Griswold made a flying trip to Alta mont Sunday where an enjoyable day was spent with Mr. and Mrs. E. 'C. Shelton. They returned late in the evening, reporting a pleasant time. Misses Georgia Hillis and Rosa B. Dykes and lillard Conry made a flying trip to the colony Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Zander Nunley and little daughter, Louise, went to Peak Mountain Monday to attend the bed aide of Mr. Nunley,' s mother, who is very low. Mrs. Lee Goodman and children of Tracy, visited Mrs. Jim Harrison Sat urday and Sunday. Arthur Curtis was grinning from ear to oar at church Sunday night. Miss Minnie, you sflooldn't make him .grin so. Mr. and Mrs. Mnrph Griswold made a pleasant visit to Mr. and Mrs. Se horwe'fl At Tracy ity 'ver Sunday. Little Beatrice Sehorne, of Tracy 3ity, was on our streets Saturday. Miss Marv Lewis, of Tracy was the charming guest of Miss Theona Can non last week. Mr. and Mrs. "Charlie Anderson a inErrincr at their attractive 'home on th Ave., Friday aright. 'Those present were Misses Theona Cannon, I Maiy Lewis, Mona and Lilly Gonry, Tera Hall, Kate Oreighton and Mrs. i Frank Sartin, Messrs. Ed 'Conry, deorge Dodge, Joe Oreighton and Janies MGwrn,. Mr. awl Mrs. George Sehlagater at tended the funeral of Mm. Flury at , Gruetli Wednesday. George Tate spent Sunday with home folks at GruetK. Miss Mabel Daniel spent ifew ihonrs in Tracy Friday shopping. Mr. and Mrs. Ferguson spent Sun day with Mr. and Mrs. Daniel. James McGovern and .Mies Mona Conry were oiat driving Sunday even ing. Mrs. Fannie JLnkesinger., fwf Ornetli, spent Friday in Sewanee. Leonard Nwnley looked wery sad Sunday night because Lilted Conry beat him. Lillard Conry is the most popular ywng man here, and Miss Georgia Hillis is very much envied by all the girls. Little Bertha Sehlagater, of Grraetli, , is visiting her brother, George, this week. A protracted meeting will commence Monday night at the schooihouse. Mrs. Chas. Rubley was in Tracy City Monday and Tuesday. Arthur Curtis is on the sick list Guess its "heart trouble. " Mr. and Mrs. Clark Ashworth have moved into our midst. Miss Mabel Daniel is very attractive to the young men, so thinks Claude Ronghton and Vernon Lowe. School began Monday of last week. Mr. Blair is teacher. Mr. and Mrs W. B. Herd had quite a musical entertainment at their home on 6th Ave. All present had an enjoy . able time: Those present are too num erous to mention. Claude Myers, Ed and Lillard Conry called at W. B. Herd's Thursdy night. Rosa B. Dykes and Georgia Hillis were all smiles Saturday at the post office. I wonder why? Willie Hardin, a most prominent citizen of Tracy City was on our streets Saturday. Floyd Tate and Barney Henderson took a flying trip to the colony Satur day. Mrs. John Ross, who has been quite ill, is slowlv improving. Miss Florence Roberts attended church at the union church and was all smiles. Lillie and Dewdrop. Etna. Special to the News. Charlie Vicars arrived at Etna today and said that he thought he would spend all of his life here. Franky Vicars spent last night at Mrs. G. V. Exum's while Mr. Exum went to Chattanooga. J. H. Vicars arrived from Chatta nooga this morning. Mr. and Mrs. Cooker have moved to Mnrnliv Bottom this week. Mr. Landers, the carpenter, went to digging coal this week. The bank Imjss said that he was the best coal dig ger that ho had. Grace Cooker anil Fronzy Vicars went flower hunting Sunday afternoon. Jess Mills is on his way to Coal City to day to work. Maggie Mills and Mrs. Vicars went to Chattanooga Saturday and reported a nice time. Mrs. Davis and family went to the mountain this week. Charley Vicars has got another pair of patent leathers to wear on the mountain. I guess Miss Sallie Tittle has got a smile on her f.we as long as my ana Invause Dr. Dot-tt is coining today from the lock and dam. Toad Frog. CAB i"5riIA. Unusual minder f deaths this week. Roope. Special to the News. "Mr. and Mrs. David McNabb gave a flinging Tuesday night. Those present were about as follows: Misses Laura Harris, Celia Bromley, Alice Parker, Alma 'Cross, Messrs. Ernest Cross, Tom Sexton, Grover Parker, Ed Milli gan, Fkyd Cross, Jake and Ben Mc Nabb and Mr. and Mrs. Mose Rober son. , All present report a nice time. Ernest Cross left Friday night for California where he is expecting to stay three years. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Newsom were vis iting the former's parents at Kelly's Ferry the latter part of last week. Mrs. Mattie Hartman visited her parents last week. J. a. Sexton was at his tatner s Sunday. Wonder if Will Hartman has ever hnng his hat on the old cow's horn at John Ellis' yet. Ye writer thinks he would like to. Misses Mattie Houts and Annie Thacker were on the mountain Sunday accompanied try Jim Rails and Jas. Sloan. Miss Ellen Bailey looked sweet Sun day. Bertha Doyle visited Gerald Sexton Sunday. Messrs. Helton and Arnold were on the mountain Sunday. Tom Daffron visited Harry Ransom Sunday. Miss Laura Harris visited Miss Ce lia Brumley Sunday. Grover Parker called on Miss Lizzie Smith Sunday. Come on, ye Kelly's Ferry corres pondent, I like to read your pieces. Miss Ailce Parser said she enjoyed her trip on the river the 17th. Think she likes to beat those river girls out of their heaux. , Misses Fanny and Ada Thomas were out walking with their best leiiows Sunday. Miss Ethel Nelson was all smiles Sunday. Guess it was 'because she was with her -fellow. iRastus. Cole City, Ga. Special to the News. The sun shines as hot as summer here. All the trees are Toudding and blooming. T. J. Bostain is fencing m a gar den. : I guess 'lie in intending to plant potatoes and .beans. Mrs. R. H. Basham called on Mrs, T. J. Bostain Wednesday afternoon. It was too ibad that Henry Suttles aot beat owtotf his srirlljy his brother. You will have to do tetter than that, Henry, the aiesrt ttfime. Walter Smedley has come back to Medhbv. Mrs. Hicdon called -on Mts. Suttles Wednesday. Miss Belle .Buttle looks ad. 1 sup pose it is ibeoause she is going to leave Cole City. Suttles wall Heave this aj ternoon for Chattaiaooga where he will make his future home. We regret to see them leave taut wi sh them much. enccess. Mrs. Delia SSaeham called on Mrs. EMea Bashaw. Mrs. T. J. Bostain is n the sick list. Hope nhe will sfixm recover. Ye writer attended Sabbath school today. Mrs. Bella Basham is n tto sick list. The deaitJa angel visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Holland Saturday night, anil took from their home their little boy. We sympathize with the bereaved family. lie was buried at Shanty Town this afternoon. Mrs. Maty Davis is on the sick list She has the fever. There are several cases of measles here. M. E. Basham has passed Shanty Town and gone on to the Blakely Bend. He heard a turkey barking and R. H. Basham said it was a dog a gobbling. M. E. Basham got a haircut and a shave and a shine. He is going to Chattanooga Wednesday to meet his old lady. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Bostain and lit tie son of Whiteside, spent Sunday nicrht at R. H. Basham s. Miss Laura Higdon was all smiles Sunday. She saw her best fellow. Mrs. Hartline is feeling merry as she is smiring to night. T. J. Bostain lost a market basket the other night. I guess it will break him up for it cost a whole nickle, and he needed that nickle to buy meat with. I am certainly sorry for him. It seems as if he has a hard time buy ing meat. Eggs & Butter. Worked Like a Charm. Mr. D. N. Walker, editor of that spicy lonrnai, tne enterprise, Louise, Va.. savs: I" ran a nail in my foot last week and at once applied Buck- len's Arnica Salve. No inflammation followed; the salve simply healed the wound." Heals every sore, burn and skin disease. Guaranteed at Curtis & I Coppinger s. 25c. MOUNTAIN VIEW. Special to the News. W. H. Hamilton is improving after a week's illness. Frank Rogers is working at the car penter's trade. Think he is fine too. W. H. Mason has just recovered from la grippo. Say, girls, look out Sunday for Ben Rogers is wearng long pants now. Some of the girls think Frank Van- derirritl is very pretty. Mason Land is wanting to go down to Swofford Hatfield's. He lxked across the house at a certain young lady Sun day at Sunday school. Rowdy Buy. To remove a cough you must get at the cold which causes the cough. There is notning so g.xxt lor tins as Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup. The liquid cold relief that is most quickly f Recti vc, that Ptills and quiets the cough and drives out the cold. Sold liv Jno. V. Simpson. Jasper, TeTin. GUILD. Special tothe News G. M. Cagle and son Kelly, of Chattanooga, visited Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Ketner Sunday. Mr. and Mrs Theodore Crnmbliss returned Saturday from a few days visit with the latter's father in Chat tanooga. Jno. Myers visited Mr. and Mrs. Bales Brigman Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Dave McBride, Mrs. Geo. Os- born, Mrs. Ellert Patty, Mrs. Robt. Anderson, and Mrs. Hardy Oslwrn vis ited at the home of Jno. Myers, Sr., Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Crumbliss and Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Anderson visited Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Dykes Sunday af ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Patty visited the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Patty', Sunday. Joe Wolf visited M. 1). Ketner bun- day. Tom Shjpn and H. C. Tisdale were at Jno. Myers Sunday. Photographer Kapier was at the Ixick & Darn Sunday. Mart White went to Trenton, Satur day to attend the funeral of his neice. Tqm Myers visited Cleve Butler Sun day. Clinton Durham was a visitor at the Lock & Dam Saturday and Sunday. Miss Clara Davis looked awfully happy Sunday. Suppose it was be cause "somebody" has come around again. Mrs. Owens visited Mrs. Osborn Saturday. Mr. Yanhoomer, of McMinnville, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Ander son here. If you want to see Walter Fritts sinile ask him how he enjoyed Sunday. We would be glad to see a piece from Gates Island every week, for we have a very dear friend up there. Burless Blevins spent Sunday after noon with Harry Dykes. Liuther iritts made his usual call Sunday. Charley Smith spent the afternoon with Mrs. Mrytle Strolls Sunday, Sallie Hale visited at M. A. Blevins Friday. Come again, "Sweet Potato, of Roope. I icertainly enjoy your pieces. "Ziuza oz sua, give us a piece ev ery week. Sumbeain. Doran's Cove. Special to the News. Miss Maud Mathews spent Saturday night with Miss Anna Belle Potts. Martin lnoss, of Bridgeport, was in the cove Saitwrday. Unas. Walker visited home folks Saturday slight and Sunday. Frank Thomason and Jen Atkerson, of Onme, were an the cove Monday. T. B. Smith visited L. W. Lee Sun day. - , - -.' . Mr. Lee, of PikeviJle, and Sam Cash spent Sunday at the cement plant. J. hi. Smith and 'wife spent Satur day night with W, B. Smith and wife. Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Lee visited 1, M. Thomason and family Saturday morning. John Mathews was in Stevenson Fri day Jund Saturday. Mrs. Joe Potts is visiting her daugh ter, near Stevenson. Miss Maud Mathews and Miss Anna Belle Potts visited Minnie Thomason Sunday eve. Albert Potts returned home from Stevenson Sunday eve. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Smith spent Sunday with J. H. Hammonds and family. I would like to hear from "Blue Eyes," of Pittsburg, Ga. Mr. and Mrs.. W. B. Smith spent Sunday with H. M. Thomason and family. Miss jsina Lee spent Sunday eve witn-Misses Lee and Blanche Thomas, Miss Lee and little brother, Virgel, spent Monday and Tuesday with their grandmother, Mrs. Jenkins, in the cove. Arthur Crownover, little son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Crownover, has been quite sick but is improving. Jack Thomas was all smiles Sunday, 1 guess he saw his best girl. Cousins, ACCIDENTALLY SHOT Miss Sarah Braden May Die. as Result of Self-Inflicted Pis tol Wound. SOUTH PITTSBURG, Tenn.. March 2:. As a result of an accident this morning, Miss Sarah Braden is now lying at death's door with a pistol wound in ner breast. Miss Braden is . a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Braden, highly respect ed citizens of South Pittsburg, and it was while handling a pistol of her fa ther s that the accident occurred. The weapon was discharged in some man ner and the ball lodged in her breast, causing a wound which the doctors who examined her say will most prob ably result fatally. The unfortunate young lady is only 21 years of age. Do Not Crowd the Seasons. The first warm davs of sprinir brinir with them a desire to get out and en joy the exhilerating nir and sunshine. Children that have leen housed up all winter are brought out and you won der where they all came from: The heavy winter clothing is thrown aside ana many shea their flannels. Then a cold wave comes and people say that grip is epidemic. Colds at this season are even more dangerous than in mid winter, as there is much more danger of pneumonia. Take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, however, and you will have nothing to fear. It always cures, and we have never known a cold to result in pneumonia when it was us ed. It is pleasant and safe to take. Children li it. For sale by Juo. W. Simpson. UNCLE GID'S LETTER. A friend the other day asked me who I thought was the best writer in the News columns. The best writer in the News columns I Why, are you a fool. Go long and hang yourself, it's your Uncle Gid. Such a fool question, when everybody from Maine to Cali fornia and from the great lakeB in the North to the everglades in the South know he is. Put that in your pipe, sonny, and get home as quick as possi ble, and don't let a cow see you for she might mistake you for a bunch of greens and eat you up. Now, your Uncle Gid, uses different kinds of flavors to season his letters, but he rarely ever uses vinegar and pepper, and of course, he kinder looks over the congregation he is to address and sizes up their capacity to digest the food he aims to give them, for he is always careful of those people who have weak stomachs. Some folks can eat anything that is set before them. Such have good digestive organs, while others are fastidious and need pie and puddings. This kind is a little sensi tive and kinder dyspeptic, but then there are a class of people that have fine organs that know a real good healthy dish when set before them. They want solid food; they are liberal and will allow their cook to give trashy dishes to those who love such and are big enough to not kick over variety. So, your Uncle Gid, my friend, cooks a variety of dishes so he can suit all tastes of his guests. Now, imagine you are seated at a very long table where there are hundreds of guests, and notice the dishes of food before them, which consist of every dish known to the culinary art. How many do you suppose would, in that large number, call for bacon and corn bread. Not very many I guess. So newspaper writers have to prepare as many dish es, almost, as he has readers and pre pare them in a way that will invite perusal, ' ' Soma' folks think editors have an easy time, Well, they don't. If a first-class, neat housekeeper has an easy time then an editor does. Let me sayia slovenly editor can no more get iip I nice, neat paper than a slov enly woman can keep a neat house. He is the jury and judge of the whole con cern. Jaw lanat sratinize the staff correspondents send in and often has to spend hours over a badly written and badly spelled communication. Correspondents as a general rule, do not take the pains they ought to in writing their letters, and often mis spell half their words. My observation in the newspaper line is that a well-conducted newspa per is the peer of the public school in a county. , , There is nothing so elevating to a community as a well-edited paper and correspondents ought to always be careful of the stuff they send in. My rule is to ask the editor to scrutinize my communications and reject those not passible. Your Uncle Gid takes pleasure in saying that all the news papers he writes for have treated him respectfully and kindly. As a regular writer for the News I have never been snubbed by the editor in the least, not even scolded. Neither has the Cour ler, sunny soutn, Mrs. lirundy nor the Banner, my style ot writing is plain old backwoods language and it's a habit I contracted years ago and my advice to all correspondents is to be their own sen in writing ana never pose to what they are not. If a union man, write as a union man; if a citi zen, write as a citizen, jjon t be a fraud, as I fear some are. Don't .im pose on your editor. Don't disguise your hand. Write true. I 'write un der nom-de-plumes, but my real and legal name the editor knows and he knows my hand writing. I am aware some are practicing a fraud on the ed itor or tne puuiic. jnow, uon t do so any more lest your Uncle Gid knocks all the filling out of you. That is dir ty, low and mean and no gentleman or lady would stoop so low., but the News is not imposed on any more than other paper,. After all let our News household be clean as possible. Let me say I've enjoyed the News family splendid and I want to continue to shed as much sunshine among the fam ily as possible. My notion is that I'll continue a reader a long while yet should I live, but I'll change my nom-de-plume some day if practical. My style, never. UNCLE GID. Cause of Stomach Troubles. When a man has trouble with his stomach you may know that he is eat ing more than he should or of some article of food or drink not suited to his age or occupation, or that his bow els are habitually constipated. Take Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab lets to regulate the bowels and improve the digestion and see if the trouble does not disappear. Ask for a free sample. Sold by Jno. . Simpson. OA. UTOIHA, CASTINGS of All Kinds Pfomptly Supplied Why send your work out of the valley when it can be done cheaper at home? Kelp build up your own section. MARKET PRICE PAID FOR CAST IRON SCRAP. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. BLACKLOCK FOUNDRY, COALMONT ROSA R. DYKES, EDITOR. Jay Harris, of Roddy Springs, was here Monday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Murph Griswold vis ited the family of Jas. Seahorn at. Tra cy last week. Mr. and Mrs. rianin unsworn anu Horace and Miss Mai Herd spent Sun day at Altamont. Luliard Conry and miss ueorgia Hillis spent Sunday at the colony. Ernest Wepf, of Tracy, was here Monday. Mr. Lockhart, of Altamont, was here Saturday on business. Sanford Morton of Tracy spent Sun day with Robt. Creighton here. J. C. Gross is at Louisville, Ky. this week on business. Miss Georgia Hillis of Tracy City was the guest of Mrs. Dykes a few days this week. H. S. Walden spent Monday at Clouse Hill. Jesse Bell and Jay Harris, of Tracy, were here Sunday. Mrs. J. B. Ferguson, of Tracy is spending the week with her husband here. Glenn Martin returned Thursday from several day's stay at Tullahoma. G. W. Morton is spending the week at Tracy City. Clark Ashworth and family of Monteagle, have moved into our midst. Mrs. Joe Ross is convalescent after several week's illness. Several from this place are attending court at Altamont this week. Mrs. Lon Lovelace spent Friday at Tracy. . .Tom. Lockhartjof . AHamont, -speaj' Sunday here. '" . Alex Pattern, of Jasper, has accepted a position here with the Sewanee Coke, Coal and Land Co. KIMBERLY, ALA. Special to the News. Our community is shocked at the tragic deaths of Joe Creek and Mr. Chambree. Monday about 2 o'clock Mr. Chambree and Joe Creek were killed in a pistol duel. Creek was kill ed on the spot but Chambree lived to get to Birmingham, but died soon af ter. Will Creek was shot but not fa tally wounded. They have him now in jail. They claim he was the one who shot Chambree. We hope he will come clear. We sympathize with his wife and two little children. Joe Creek leaves a father and four brothers and two sisters to mourn his loss. May God be with them all and help them to reach that home, sweet home. Mrs. Creek has moved to her father's at Wolf Den Hollow. May God bless her and help her to raise her children in the way she would have them go. r Mark Creek and wife left Friday for their home at Altoona. Mr. Ballard and wife left for Whit well Friday. Vance Creek and son, Orb, left for Dunlap Friday. Mrs. Hettie Montgomery went to town Thursday. Rob Vance and Mark Creek went to town Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ornge were out walking Sunday eve. I wish some one would tell the Clif fy folks that the Benson family is not asleep. They are wide awake, making some money, having a good time, and plenty to eat, such as chicken, ham and eggs, and all those good things. "Mountain Girl" ought to be down here. I would insure her a fine old time. She must write every week we like to read her pieces. Come on, ye Whitwell writers, like to hear from you all. Ye writer went to church today the third time in Kimberly, and h for we for i is going tonight. Come on, "Mayflower," of Altoona, We like to hear from vou. I wish someone would shake Charlie Gentry for me and maybe he would write. Heart Broken. Lost a Toe. James Thompson, of Victoria, while meddling with the gasoline engine be ing installed at the coke ovens, lost a toe and had another badly crushed Sunday. He had placed his foot against the base of the engine to se cure a good purchase to turn it, and the crank shaft coming over sheared his foot with above results. VICTORIA Special to He Neivs. I f 1 1. ...... . & ..... Y. 1 ...,.... . a Ihere spending a few days with his brother, S. L. Ketner, and incidental ly handling the yardstick with his us ual politeness. Capt Frater tells us that it will be another week or more tfore the ovens start as the work is delayed wait in it for tiuilxr as well as some chains aud belts. 1A Dr. Gattis has returned from a few days stay at Nashville. Miss Maybelle Daniel visited Mrs. Ferguson at Tracy last week. Rev. Coleman, of Winchester, preach ed at the school house here Sunday night to a large and highly apprecia tive crowd. Mrs. Morgan and children have re turned home to Tracy after spending a week with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thorp. Chas. Morgan, of Tullahoma, spent Tuesday here in the city. Pete Conry spent Sunday at the Col ony. Mrs. Goodman and children, of Tra cy, were the guests of her daughter, Mrs. Jas. Harrison, last week. Frank Thorp and J. W. Dykes are attending court at Altamont. Mrs. Daniel and children were at Tracy last week. Master Jas. B. Nunley, of Altamont, was in the city a few days this week. Will Griswold spent Sunday at Alta1 mont. Mr. Pack of Nashville, was in the city Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Zander Nunley are on Peak Mountain attending the bedside of Mr. Nunley's mother, who is very sick. Sheriff Cline and Joe Henley, of Tra cy were here Tuesday. C. R. Daniel attended the K. of P. Lodge at Tracy Saturday night. Claude Williams, of Tracy City, was here Tuesday. Arnold Kissling is at Altamont this week. Miss Lillie Williams and Franklin Aberhathy passed through here Mon day en route from Aljamont. r Mr. Oliver, of ksttll springs, was here Tuesday. WHITESIDE. Special to the News. The little daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. McFee is very low with fever. Miss May Strawn called on Miss Mit tie Jones Sunday. Quite a crowd went from here Sun day night to hear Stuart, the great ev angelist, preach in Chattanooga. Mrs. Cooper Doyal called on Mrs. G. 'W. Exum Sunday. Miss Lula Anderson called on Mrs. Jas. Jones Sunday. Ask Harry Exum what makes him love to go to see Joe Ward so often and watch him grin. I think that sister of Joe's is the attraction, but he don't want the other girl to know it. Mrs. E. A Turner went to Chatta nooga Saturday. Mrs. R. F. Tittle called on Mrs. G. W. Exum Monday. Charlie Vicars said Empire was a fine place to make money and much liner place to spend it. He said if a man made if 1U0 a month it would take $1.25 to bear expenses that month. He said he Ijouuht a tiair of very com mon shoes down there and when he went to pay for them he liked to have fainted. They cost 5. 50 and the heel came off of one before he got back to Etna. Mrs. E. M. Roope went to Chatta nooga Monday. The many friends of Raymond will be glad to hear that he is able to be out again. I saw Ray mond at the store yesterday and asked him how he likes to have the measles and he said he didn't want them any more. Ye writer would like to know what has become of her old fellow that went to Searles, Ala. I am afraid he has fallen in love with some of those pret ty Alabama girls, but I don't care. He will come back to htna some day and then I will get to see him again. May Apple's Sweet heart. You should be very careful of your bowels when you have, a cold. Nearly all other cough syrups are constipa ting, especially those containing opi ates. Kennedy s Laxative Cough Sy rup moves the bowelscontains NO opiates. Conforms to National Pure rood ana Drugs Law. Hears the en dorsement of mothers everywhere. Children like its pleasant taste. Hold. by Jno. W. Simpson. Jasper, Tenn. 3U.I Lingering. Miss Sarah Braden, who accidentally r.n l or with suicidal intept, shot herself at South Pittsburg last week, is still lin gering. The name of a prominent bus iness man of Battle Creek is now con nected with the affair, and indignation is mnninir high. Miss liraden is a neice of Mrs. Jas. R. Jones, of this city. WANTED: Chestnut oak tan bark in any quantity. Prices higher than ever known. Write today. Roliert Scholze. Chattanooga, Tenn. OASTOni A.