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t TAKS ONE OF THESE LITTLE TABLETS AN 3 THE PAIN IS GONE. "I use Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain rills for Neuralgia, LaGrippe and all pains. I don't intend to be without them, for I find ready relief in them for every thing I use them for." MRS. L. F. MILLER, i2oV,6lh St., Davenport, la. All Pain "In my family Dr. Miles' Anti-rain Pills are used for headache, colic and other pains, and always give relief at once. THOS. R. FOWLER R. D. No. 3, Dunn. N. C Sold by druggists everywhere, wha are authorized to return ;iri- i of fi. jt package If they fail to o- if . MILES MEDICAL CO., L !:. Sale T n mm tor 17. Dents a Day! Pleas- r.iJ MiB headline over again. Then its tremendous significance will dawn n ,n .y. An Oliver Typewriter, the standard visible Typewriter tbe $100 machine the most liiphly perfected typewriter on the market yours jor ijc a day! ;Tbe typewriter wbose conquest o( the commercial world Is a matter of busi ness history- yours for ijc a day! The typewriter that is equipped with scores of suc:h conveniences as "The Balance Shift" "Tbe Ruling Devioe" "Tbu Double Rolens" "The Loco motive Base" "Tbe Autjmatio Spacer" 'The Automatic Tabulator" "The UisatrD-arinif Indicator" "The Adjus table raper lin gers" "The Sci entific Condensed Keyboard" all Yours for 17 Cents a Day v We : announced this new sales plan recently, just to feel thn nulse of the neoole. Simply a small cash payment then 17cenwada That, la r.hi. nlm in a nutshell. The result has been such a deluge of annlic.nt.icins for machines that we are aimnlv astounded. The demand comes from people ot all classes, of all acres, all occupations The majority of inquiries have come from people of known financial stand ins; who were attracted by the Novelty of the proposition. An impressive de monstration of tbe immense popularity nftVin Oliver Tvnewriter. A startling confirmation of our belief that tbe Era of Universal Typewriting is at hand. A Quarter of a Million People Are Making Money with LOCAL. The publio school here closed Friday morning. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Martin Friday morning a tine boy. Brownluw Barnett attended the school closing at Victoria Friday night. Prof. W. 8. Pryor closed his school at Sam Houston Academy, Jasper, Friday. Byron Bennett has closed bis school near Kelly's Ferry, ' and returned home. Mrs. Eliza Warren, of Jasper, was here .Saturday, visiting Mrs. John Lawaon. Wilson was in Jasper Satur day and attended Bnnhard Biol' of trotting stock. duu n.ivHiniort. of Chattanooga, was A V'lv - - - -r here thin week, presenting fire nnd life insurance comrades. Miss Anna Detikins, who has been tuQi.hiiiir in tbe oitv school at South Pittsburg, returned home Friday ev eninz. 'Squire Wilson has issued a call to the people of Sequachee to meet in the Town Hall Saturday night at 7 o'clock to discuss tbe High School proposition. A beautiful monument has been erected jointlv by the Masons Odd Fellows, K. of P. and Red Men over the grave of MMrion D. Moss in Owen n euietefv. It bears the name of each fraternity on each face, Mr. Moss hav ing membership in all. Our friend, Joe Cain, bobs up from Dayton, Tenn., with an order for printing. He is mine superintendent of tbe Dayton Coal & Iron Company there. His friends in this valley will remember that he was mine foreman at Whitwell for many years. We printed a,. 100 circulars for S, L. Pryor & Sun this week, advertising their Christmas Sale. They offer a handsome driver free to the one who the Inckv number. Their sales have attracted much attention.. The Model Store at So. Pittsburg, has an attractive advertisement in this is'uo with prices on Ladies' Suits, Skirts and Coats cut in half. Ihis is new firm to advertise in the News and our friends should call on them when in South Pittsburg and see what they have to offer. Simpson's at Jasper are distributing 2.000 circulars printed at the News Job Office, advertising their Christ mas Sale. These circulars are 18x24 and are printed on both sides with a mammoth portrait of Santa Clans climbing out of a chimney. Simpson's are doing some hustling m Jasper, and are stirring up tbe trade. MAGILL HARDWARE CO. CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. offers to the people in the territory adjacent to Sequachee one of the most complete stocks in the South of Hardware, Cutlery, Mill, SUPPLIES Mine t n j! !"? vTa mill riii in MAGILL MEANS Hardware GOOD, HONEST, SERVICEABLE Hardyare Builder's Material, Guns and Ammunition An experience of Twenty-five Years constantly in this business in this city has placed this Company in the lead in tbe carei'ul selection of all Hardware lines best adapted to the wants of the people of this Section. WATCH US GKOW. I Ed Pryor., Sequachee, favors the News with an amount on subscription, for which he has onr cordial thanks. WATCH US GROW. Mrs. Kizziah Ramsay, of Sequachee will continue to read the News to keep up with the happenings of the county. WATCH OS GROW. C. A. Pryor, who lives in the lower end of Sequachee, brought us some sweet potatoes and turnips Saturday to pay his subscription until 1912. WATCH US GROW. T. B. Lasater, Sequachee, is among those who renew their subscriptions this week, and pays away in advance. WATCH US GROW. How to Make Hegs Lay in Win ter. 15c. OLIVER Typewriter The Standard Visible Writer The Oliver Typewriter is a money maker, right Jrom the word "go! So out tn run that beeinners soon tret in the "expert class." Earn as you learn. Let the machine pay tbe 17 sa day and al I above that is yours. Wherever vou are. there's work to be done and money to be made by using ' the Oliver. The business world Is call ing tor Oliver operators. There is not enough to suddIv the demand. Tbelr salaries are considerably above many ' classes ot workers. ' "A Oliver Typewriter in Every Horns! That la our battle crv today. We have made tbe Oliver supreme in useful, ness and absolutely mdispensibe in bun. 'mess. Now comes the conquest of tbe ' home. Thn aimnllnltv and strength of the Oliver flt.lt for family use. It is be omlng an important factor in tbe home l.rblnlnir of vniinor neonle. An educator Qi wali an a money maker. Our new hh llinir Dlan nuts the Oliver An thn thmuhold of evrv dome in A tnerica. Will vou close the door of your home or office on this remarkable Oliver opportunity Writ for further details of our easy offer and a free copy ot the new Oliver -catalog. Address , The Oliver Typewriter Company Oliver Typewriter Building, CHICAGO. ILLS. fflaUtationcro A full line kept in stock, at loweat rla. HILL ASON.Sequachee.Tenn WHEN NEEDING GOOD PRINTING CALL. ON US. ENVELOPES 100 envelopes with your nam and address rn loereoB, sue; by mli. sue. Cah win order. HILL A SON, Squacbee, Tenn A farmer had some Leghorn hens running about bis place during the spring and summer, and the women folks had raised quite a number of pul lets. Down at the barn be had a sort of a side loft, in which he had stored a lot of oats in the bundle. Tbe hens, and the lmllets. as they matured, and as the season grew colder and tbe out' side forage was cut off, took to work ing in the oats up in the loft, for their daily bread. They had kept this Koln'g for some time before onr friend noticed it. But he had noticed oollec tions of eggs in the nests in the vari ous troughs at the stable, and was wondering what had stirred tbe up to laying so. He was a sensible and practical man and, putting this and that together af ter watching the Leghorns working up in the oats, and seeing them about the nests, singing, laying and cackling, he soon came to a conclusion. "The egsrs are worth more than tbe oats, he said to his wife. "I'll keep them at it if I can." And he did. He had a stack of oats outside the barn lot in the corner of the field, and so be just fed that loft with fresh oats as long as they were worked down, and he kept those bens busy all the winter. It was in Febru ary nearly March when he told me about it, and be declared that those hens and pullets had been the greatest source of profit during the winter, that he had. "Why",said he. "they fed the cows. fed us and paid for the oats with their eggs." Now, this is no fancy sketch, neith er does it necessarily take a bunch of Leghorns to lay at a good profit in winter. Under such conditions any good, healthy lot of hens or pullets will do it. The farm flock will do it Your flock and mine will, and their feed need not necessarily be oats eith er. But the situation, and the incen tive to scratch for the grain, and the happy contented condition of the ben must be developed under such condi tion. H. B. Geer, in Raleigh. N. C., Progressive Faimer. Wedding. Miw Lizzie Tate, formerly of this place, and Earl Hoback, of South Pittahnrir. were married Nor 23. at Deptford. Rev. M. I Stroup perfonn- inir th mrcmonv. W. H. Tate, who moved from here to Whitwell last win ter, is father of the bride. Excellent Performance. The Whitwell Minstrel Troupe was here Saturday night and gave an ex cellent program at the Town Hall. Tbe program consisted of a number of very laughable farces with songs and string band. Those composing the troupe were Gaither Hixon, Fred Hooper, Grover Davidson. Arthur Har ris, Sam Hibbs, Earl Hooper, Ernest Hooper, Doyle Hooper and Acie Layne. There was not a large crowd out, bnt all enjoyed tbe entertainment and think the boys did well. MASS MEETING. The citizens of Sequachee who are interested in the location here of the proposed County High School, are ear nestly requested to meet at tbe Town hens Hall, at 7 o'clock Saturday night, Dec, 11, for the purpose of making plans lor securing it here. Everybody is re quested to make it a point as a public duty to attend this meeting. W. S. WILSON. Fine Combinatiom Offer. From now on to Dee. 31, 1909, we will furnish the Weeklv Cincinnati Inqutr er and tbe Sequachee Valley Ne'ws, one year each,' for 81. 25, publication price of both 82.00. Tbe Weekly Inquirer is published in magazine form, and is equal to a monthly in reading matter. Send all orders to THE NEWS, Sequachee, Tenn, CASTOR I A For Iaia&U and CMldrea. The KM Yea Hati Alnjs Bosght Bears the Signature of FOR SALE Old newspapers at this of flee, 20o per 100. We wish to deliver at your door, FREE OF CHARGE, your Christmas Goods I We have the NEWEST and most COMPLETE stock of GROCERIES, FRUITS, NUTS, CAKES, j CANDIES, and, in fact EVERYTHING that could j be found in a city Grocery Store. j Write us or 'phone 1545 and you will be served promptly. j Q. W. BREWER, j NEXT DOOR TO P0ST0FFICE JASPER, TENN. NURSING MOTHERS show the beneficial ef fects of Scott's Emulsion in a. very short time. It net only builds her up, but enriches the mother's milk and properly nour ishes the child. Nearly all mothers who ntrse their children should tu':c this splendid food tonic, not only to keep up their own strength but to properly nourish their children. Curtisville. Special to the News. " Well, Mr. Editor of the News,Iwent down to Richard City last Wednesday, the 80th, as I promised, and found the lady I had written to, and she came home with me to cook for me the rest of our days. Her name was Mrs. Jane Kelly, but it is now Mrs Jane Curtis. I will bring her down for you to see. She is a large lady, weighing 95 lbs. Yon see it was the least one of my ribs Oh, we had a jolly time of it We had a glorious meeting at Bur rough's Chapel last Sunday. W. E. Kilgore preached a good sermon and all were pleased. We have got him to preach for us this year. The text was the 18th chapter and 26th verse of St. Luke, "Who can be saved?" He preached at my house on the night of the 30th. We had a good meeting. My wife is well pleased with her new home and we are O. K. You see when me and the old lady got home Tuesday evening there was a nice sup er already spread for us by my daugh ter, Mrs. Dugin, and after supper W. E. Kilgore preached. After meeting we had some music on the Gem Boiler Organ. Well, I waked np next morn ing and Mrs. Curtis had crawled in my vest pocket I did not know it un til I went to put on the vest Ha ' ha t Now, concerning the flee: I have given him to our preacher as onr preacher wants to marry. I think he can marry now. It isn't dogged luck now, it is fisty luck. Ob, he can mar ry now. I tell him I lovj my coffee, drink it when I can ; I wonld rather be a "nagar" than a poor single man. Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. Norab Lether wood and Mrs. Woodall, of Richard City, we got home all right Found everything O. K. and drink coffee ont of our new cupa presented to us by tbe good ladies of Richard City. Now ladies, please send the good editor one dollar for onr good paper, which is brimfnll of glad tidings, and give him a long letter from Richard City, and receive his thanks. Oh, he is a newsy man and a gentleman. Come on, all yoa correspondents with everything you know and more too. Cold Wave. Victoria. Special to the News. The entertainment Friday night was very much enjoyed. Miss Florence Ruth was in town shopping Monday. Miss Callie Ragsdale sure did enjoy teaching school Sunday. ' Josie and Janie Ross nave come home to spend the holidays with home folks. Mrs. Esther Arledge is on the mend and we hope she will be out soon. ' Mrs. Carrie JKillgore called on Mrs. J. W. Arledge Sunday. The jolt we gave Ed Grimes week before last sure did wake him up, as he visited the ridge folks from Friday until Monday. Mrs. J. W. Arledge called on Mrs. John Layne Monday. We have been looking for a piece from Dunlap. Miss Ethel Arledge called on Mrs. Carrie Kilgore today. Wonder what was the matter with Jim Perkins as he didn't fill his ap pointment Sunday. ' Lonely Girl. THE THRICE-A-WEEK WORLD WITHOUT A RIVAL IN ITS FIELD Tbe Largest, Cheapest and Best News paper Published at tbe Price. Read in Ever? English-Speaking . '' Country. t'UU ttAi.K BT AIX liKPOOlSTS PEOPLE YOU POSSIBLY KNOW Edwin Hudson, one of Wbitwell's progressive merchants, was here be tween trains Monday. So. Pittsburg Hnstler. Master Elbert Crozier, of Chattanoo ga, was here Saturday to see his friends and to be with his father, Capt. Crosier. Elbert says he likes South Pittsburg yet and wouldn't mind living here again. So. Pittsburg Hnstler. The school taught by Anderson Hix son and Miss Maybelle Phelps at Beth any closed Friday evening with a splendid program. Quite a number went down from Dunlap. Dunlap Tribune. The best pill is DeWitt s Little Ear ly Risers the safe. easy, pleasant aud ; sure little liver pilta. DeW itt's Car- rU i.. i-o o wti4 ihto w. for rmt j bolixed Witcb Harel Salve is the orl ii Kit 4 ci.ik J jfinaL Good for inta. bnrns or bruis- ' . and Hiallv for pile. Hold by SCOTT & BOWNE. 40 rtl Su New York Whitwell Drug Co. For a ubs Back. If yon have pains or lameneM in the back bathe tbe parts with Chamber lain's Liniment twice a day, massag ing with tbe palm of the hand for five minutes at each application. Then damiwn a piece of flannel slightly with this liniment and bind it on over the seat of pain, and you may be sur prised to sea how quickly the lamerjese disappears. For sale by Whitwell Drug Co. It has invariably been the great ef fort of tbe Tbrloe-a-YVeek edition of the New York World to publish the new impartially in order that it may be an accurate reporter of what has happened. It tells the truth irrespective of party, acd for that reasoa.it has achieved a position with the publio unique among papers of its class. The subscription season is now at hand and this is the best of er that wilt be made to you. It you want the news as it really is, subscribe to tbe Tbrice-a-Week edition of tbe New York World, which come to you every other day except Sunday, and is thus practically a daily at the' price ot a weekly. THE THRICE-A-WEEK WORLD'S regular subscription prloe is only 91.00 per year, and this pays for 150 papers. We offer this unequalled newspaper and tbe Skvuachkb Valst News to gether for one year for SI. 05. Tbe re-' gular price of the two papers Is 82.00. MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS Advertisements under this head Five Cents per line per insertion. FOR SALE All my resident property in Whitwell is for sale; would pre fer to sell in bulk. S3,tf. JOHN T. RAUL8TON. TABLETS Pen or pencil tablet always in stock at the News office. One dollar gets tbe News one year FOR SALE-Chicken, dairy or fruit farm of 55 acres, south of Whitwell, Tenn. Has house and barn, and chick en houe, and has six renting housen on place, good well, and everlasting stream running through place. Price ft,!5;.T1.OTE1- ppiyo cms. iuuoi, nan weii, lenn. FOR SALE Twelvn acres unim proved land near new college at Whit well. on top of Ridge adjoining Dr. iuiiauu property. , mee fWNi; terms. ' Apply WDitweii. lenn. to C1IAS. w; easy RIGBV, FOR SALE Six acra inirrovd land, with two houses and other build ings, on ridge near new w bool hous. Whitwell. Price VW; eay ' termv Apply to CHAS. RIUBY Whitwell Tenn. Tbe Sew, f I 00 per yar.