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1 1 E. S. Haynes attended court at Jas per Monday. J. W. Pickle, of Chattanooga, was here Friday. A. P. Ramsay, who has been nick, hag recovered. V. A. Chalwii-k, nf Victoria, was bore Tbur-day. Rev. RohtC. Sldniv-r celebrated Mann here Weilncs "ay morning prior to hav ing fur Winchester, Tenn. Big iiuitntitieN of coal arebein ship ped yut here, from Whitwell. Cum. niiil Walt'T RaniHe Sundaycd in Victoria, ! m.) ,i t the rain. Quite a number of porkers were luid low 1 nri i: the recent cold snap. Court met at Jasper Monday. Did yon go courting on that day or not? .Tce Coppinger, of Coppinger Cove, went to Jasper Monday to attend court. John Griffith attended the close of Bchool at Mineral Springs Saturday night. J. V. Brown, of Havron'a Chapel, was here Friday, going up the valley to Victoria. J. II. Jones U reported contemplat ing building on bin farm property south of Hejnuchee. Cbas. and Walter Handle attended .the entertainment Ht close of school at Victoria Friday night. V. L. Rogers, of Victoria, was here Thursday. He baa recently moved there from Orme, Tenn. Brownlow Baruett and attended the Box Supper Chapel Saturday night. "Shng" Jolyison, of Jasper, was here .Friday. He is driving for Walker & Boyd, liverymen of that place. A special service, will bo held at Owen Chnrc'u on Sunday night next in the interest of State-wide prohibition. Tom DeSabla, Byron Bennett, Jack son Lee, hee Brewer, John Griffith and Jim Honrs, all took in the enter tainment at Victoria Friday night. V. C. Hill and sii-ter. Miss Louise Hill, went to Victoria, Friday even ing to "take in" the school entertain ment. Walter Hopkins 1ms been transferred to Bridgeport, Ala, from Dunlap, Tenn., to a position inCapt Anderson's office, N. C. & St. L. R. R. We are under obligations to Commo dore T. R. Harris for a large amount of sausage and backbone, which suited us to a "t" as soon as wo laiJ our op tics upon it. When you are in Sequachee conio around and see us. We don't expect you to pay for looking at us, but want Vou to be social enough to drop in o nj can know that yon are! visit- also known as into this sbe- toting an 1 . 1 V i .)iie mougnt irnip for two patch. It Loo Brewer at Havron's 1 X. 1 i X 1 j busy this ; of the Ala- -j iiiuu oi iuia- Jc-d) of which Ik J Whitwell, is A jjminr-a weeks ago we tuHfVnJI 'jfo, copies for the Mud Creek Association of Baptists, (color ed), of which Rev. Rev. J. T. H. Davis, of Whitwell, is secretary. Chadwick'Hill. A very pretty wedding was solem nised Tuesday night at the home of Rev. and Mrs. W. A. Chad wick at Victoria. His daughter, Miss Ruby Virginia Chadwick, cast her fortunes on the sea of life to the charge of one William C. Hill, t he junior editor of the News and foreman of tlie office, the solemn rite of matrimony being administered by Rev. Fr. Robt. C. Skinner, of ttie Paulist Fathers, Win chester, Tenn. Previous to the mar riage ceremony the bride was received into the Catholic Church by baptism, as it was her wish to have the same faith as that of the groom, who was brought no in the Catholic faith. Af t'r the two ceremonies, which were explained in all details l3f Father Skinner in beautiful words, a nice supper was tendered the happy couple and their friends by the parents of the bride, which was greatly enjoyed. The bridal party left here about 0 p. m., returning about 10 o'clock. In the party were the groom, of course conHu't keep him away an! Father Skinner in a buggy, while a snrry from Boyd & Walker's livery stable, Jasper, contained Mr. and Mrs John Lawson, Miss Annie Lawson and Miss Louise Hill. Besides the immediate relatives of the bride, Aunt Eliza War ren, of Jasper, came up especially to eee her neice married. The party re turning was increased by the presence of the young and beautiful bride, who was neatly attired in a brown suit. Congratulations have been showered on the couple from all directions and now being ensconced in their domicile 31472 Alabama, Ave, N., they are at home to their friends and enemies, if they have any. Wanted, From h peck to one-half bushel acalv-lmrk hickory nuts. SAM SHERMAN. ( St';navhie, Tenn. eat Sale OF Dry CIS Notions, Clothin H :j ; e ana Alexander's We have built up our business upon the principle of Jair Dealing and a Good Quality of Merchandise, and I want to say right here it you ever get anything from me that we recommend and it proves wrong, will always right it. & Dress Goods We certainly show you the largest and latest styles in Dress Goods 36-hicli Goods 250,35c and 50c 42-inch Goods. . . 50c, 75c and $1.00 SILKS Just received a nice line of Silks for Shirt Waists, the latest styles. Standard Prints 5c and 6c Outing Flannels 6c, 8 1-3C and 10c i v, m m XMAS GOODS m We will be ready to show you m a large and beautiful selection of.pl M these goods. Many useful arti- $1 J cles for presents and many things 1 for the little folks. Don't fail to il H see them, and I would advise you M Him "- V llir r-vnt.lt. ns-v J 4- iU 1 i- t-w kjuy ecu ly &u da lUgcl lilc Ucol 1 1 selection and avoid the rush. nts Furnishin Clothing Don't fail to let-us show you our suits. We will save you money. Suits, $5.00, 7:50, 8:50, 10, 12:50 and 15. : FURNITURE We will guarantee to al ways save you money when you want Furniture. 1 Shoes Our Shoe trade is steadily increasing simply because we merit ifby giving people solid leather Shoes ; and Shoes made by the best factories. We handle the nirst complete line of thee oocis of any house here. Work Shirts from 25c to , .50c Our "Giant" Shirt can't be excelled. Clement & Peabody's celebrated "Monarch" Dress Shirt j loo : Mens' Coat Sweaters, a very popular and useful article 50C alKl $2.00 Men's Handkerchiefs 5c, 10c, 15c, 25c, 50c Mens' Hose, 5c, 10c, 15c, J5o and 5)c. Cloaks Ladies' Cloaks, $3.50, 5.00, 6.00, .50 and 10.00. Children's Cloaks, $1.00, 1.25, 1.50 up to 5.00 We sell the , celebrated Brown Hose without a seam in it. It is 25c. Also have a large lot at ioc, 15c np to 50c. Ghildrens' Hose. We buy these goods by the case andean sell you a Double-Knee Hose for ioc and 15c. Others ask 20c and 25c. Mens' Underwear Mens' Underwear from 80c to 1.00 per suit. emember That we handle the very newest things in Ladies' Neckwear, Belts, etc. LINEN Art and Handkerchief Linen, '35c, 40c and 50c yd, 36 inches wide. DOMESTICS Bleached Domestic 81-3C ioc and 12c Hope Bleaching, ioc per yd, or 12 yds for. . .$r.oo Ruling We can show you again a new assortment of pat terns in Ruching, the very latest for collars. . Ladies' Underwear Ladies' Vests . 25c and 50c Union Suits 35c, 50c, 100 Wright's Health Underwear, per suit $2.00 Ladies' Gowns, Etc. Ladies' Flannelette Gowns. ..... . 75, $1.00 1.25 Knit Corset Covers. ens' Pants Mens' Pants at $1.00, 1.25, and 2.00. Mens' Pants at $2.50 and 3.00. RESPECTFULLY, JASPE WATCH US GROW. V. K. Martin, Sinarhefi, renews his subscription. WATCH US- GROW. J. W. CrutchfiVM, Se'juui'hee, re news his sulisorijitiion. WATCH US OWAW John Arledge. C'hifsflc-i.hMr. His., re news his Milscriitivi'.. WATCH US GROW. O. II. Lewis.Triuy City,. fxMUls-srsli-erirtin to the Xws WATCH US GROW Mrs.- Lulu Murtin. '''' EfJlfSt, Chattanooga, will roal rlip News inr B year, sent htr as a Ci.ri!!iM' irewrt by ber dan)rhtr, Mrs. It V.'. Hi. WATCH US IrlfcMW Eat all the good food yon like. Quit dieting. You don't have to diet to cure dyspepsia. In fact yon cannot I cure dyspepsia or indigestion that way, ' but rather you must add strength to the weak stomach by taking something that will dgest the food which the stomach cannot digest. Kodol is the ' only thing known today that will do this, for Kodol is made of natural di- ' gestive juices fonnd in a healthy stom ach, and it digests all finxl completely. Kodol is pleasant to take, and is guar anteed to t-ive relief in nv case of . stomach trouble. Sold Ly J. W. Simpson, Jasper, Tenn. A wed1:r.g is prognosticated for thi plve sometime during the holiday, and yia can't gunj wl o it wiil le, lmi then an ' signs somt times fail in , drr.- watfcer- TENN. Preparing Special Sermon. Rev. W. D. Dew ' will preach at Owen Church Sunday night at 7 o' clock and will deliver a special ser mon, "The Triumph of the Church Over Evil Forces." which he is espec ially preparing. Rev. Dew is a deep thinker, and it will, no doubt, be missing something of value not to lie present In addition, a service will be held at 3 k in., in the interest of the state-wide prohibition movement A lot of hungry boys headed by John Gri-uth, serenaded W. C. Hill aud bride lust night and were packed off Lost-haste t Smith's store to relieve tbet hunsrry f-e'.ig. W. S. Wilson atteude J court at Jas per this week. In Supreme Court. Supreme Court meets at Nashville next Monday week. Th Middle Ten nessee docket bag several cas.-s from this county and nearby counties, as follows: Marion county Equity, 2: crimin al, 1. Grundy county Law, 1; equity. 2. Sequatchie comity Equity, 1; crim inal, a. ft AAA V 1 n 1 1 U . I lo of the iir!i.rlie f life, ami In rly in- 'tu-stcd Ljr failing (x tit- sin! iHr.iinir hire rrencth uml cnlurnnri-. H.x! Sari t'rill ti tl irrtht. l T-iinlierr it vt oti ill xhe orfkOi uul builits up the h. ie ryMeiu. WHITE'S Cream Vermifuge THE 6U1FJXTEE0 WORK. REMEDY r THE CHILCREK'S FAVORITE TOKIC. 'I Cf IKITITIOM. T-I IIM'I.I F.IO.10 CHIT Ballard'Siiow LIninicnt Co. j T. LOUIS, MO. I Sold and reremmeoded by Sequatcbi Red ih News ,ic per year.