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the Bowels " r.t 'jj S ; ! "I have been troubled with constipation for several . years, and have tried a great many kinds of pills, as well as medicine from the doctor. Nothing seemed to help me until I be gan taking Dr. Miles' Nerve and Liver Pills. I found the little pills very effective, and I am thankful that at last I have a reliable remedy." MRS. F. M. DUN KIN, , LeRoy, Ills. Dr. MUe.' Nerve and Liver Pills simply cause the bowels to move in a normal manner, and with out the griping effects of cathar . tics and purgatives. That's why they are so universally used by women and children. The longer they are taken the less are needed. Natural conditions gradually being restored.- Sold by druggists everywhere. If first package does not benefit, your druggist -will return your money. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. fl $100 Typewriter for 17 Cents a Day! ninn.n t.hei hdftiliinfl'nvnp atraln l i i ivn i ' "a - e, Tben Its tremendous significance will dawn upon you. An Oltvur Typewriter, th standard visible Typewriter the $100 machine the most blfjbly perfected typewriter on tbe markeW"" 7e a dVf- The typewriter whose conquest of the commercial world U a matter of busi ness bsUtry yours or 7ea day! The typewriter that Is equipped with Scores of such conveniences as "Tbe Balance Shift" "Tbe Ruling Device" "The. Double ReleasH" "The' Loco motive Base" "The Automatic Spacer" "The Automatic Tabulator" "The disappearing Indicator" -"The Ad jus- taint; rpor r m- irers" "The Sci f ntific Condensed Keyboard" all Yours for 1 7 Cents a Day We announced this new sales plan recently, lust to teel the pulse of the pople. . Simply a smallcasb payment then 17centsaday. That Is tbe plan in a nutshell. Tbe result has been such a deluge of applications for machines that we are siraplv astounded. Tbe demand comes from people of all classes, of all .ifros, all occupations. The majority of inquiries havecomfc from people of known financial stand inp who wera attracted by the novelty the proposition. An impressive de monstration of the Immense popularity of the Oliver Typewriter. A (ttxrtling confirmation of our belief that tbe Era of Universal Typewriting is at hand. A Quarter of a Million People Are Making Money with ITjc. OLIVET? The Standard Visible Writer The Oliver Typewriter is a money maker, right Jrom the -word ' go!" So easy to run that beginners soon get in the "expert class." Earn you learn. Let the machine pay tbe 7 cents a day and all above that is yours. Wherever you are, there's work to be done and money to i made by using theOliver. Toe business world is call ing for Oliver operators. There is not enough to fupply the demand. Their salaries are considerably above many classes of workers. "An Oliver Typewriter in Every Home!" That Is our battle cry tolay. We bave rade the Oliver supreme in useful ness and absolutely tndispensible in bust, ness. Now comes the conquest of the home. The simplicity and strength of tbe Oliver tit it for family use. It is be coming an important faotorin the home training of young people. An educator as well as a' money maker. Our new selling plan puts the Oliver on the threshold of every home in A merica. Will vou close the door of your home or office on this remarkable Oliver opportunity? Write for further details of our easy offer and h free copy of the new Oliver catalog. Address The Oliver Typewriter Company Oliver Typewriter Building, CHICAGO, ILLS. Succeed when everything else fans. In nervous prostration and female weaknesses - they are the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND ; STOMACH TROUBLE it la the best medicine ever sold over a druggist's counters ' k. 1 III i i LOCAL., 1 Go to W A. Lew". WMtwell, - for .u kind, of erotics; aisu tf Jewelry repairing. Alex Lofty spent Saturday in Jasper. A blizzard is mentioned for tomor- row. Craig Rollins was in Jasper Satur day. ,, E. M. Smith was in Jasper Satur- d &v W." C. Hin was in Whitwell Friday on business. F. M. McCullongh, of Jasper, was hers Sunday. ' ' Jas.Coldwell went to Whitwell Toes day on business. Mrs. Delia Owen and baby visited in Whitwell Saturday. J. R. Jones and G. Sbermun went to Victoria Friday. G. Sherman left Monday morning for Hnntsville, Ala. on business. B. B. Lasater, Albert Lasater and T. B. Lasater were in Jasper Satur day. - A 12-lb boy was born to Mr. ana Mrs. Mark Brown of Chattanooga, re cently. Wm. Lee, another Sequachian who wants the High School here, went to Jasper Saturday. . Dock Ragsdale, of Victoria, was in Jasper Saturday "hearing the evi dence" in the High School matter. J. H. Condra went to Jasper Satur day He is much interested in the lo cation of the High School here. J. E. DeSabla bitched tip his fast trotting chestnut mare Saturday and went to Jasper to root for Seqnachee. Austin Coppinger went to Jasper Saturday to represent the" ''Possom Oove" citizens before the "Slag eaters." Misses Lena and Claude Hill, of Vic toria spent Saturday with Misses Chlo rene and Jim Harris. Dunlap Tri bune. It is reported the owners of the Se quachee proporties are preparing to erect a number of dwelling houses to accommodate increased force at the handle works. W. S. Pryor. G. Sherman, W. H. Martin, J. C. Martin and a number of others from here attended the meeting of the High School Commis sion Saturday at Jasper. A Washington's Birthday celebration will be given at the Town . Hall next Tuesday night by the children of Miss Eliza Martin's school. A nice pro gram ia being prepared and all are in vited to come out and witness it. N. J. Carter and Wm. Anthony, of Columbia, Tenn., were here Monday, representing the Southern Medallion Company, of Nashville. They, frame photographs and put out some very attractive work, getting several orders here. According to the Banner, "Bruce Blackburn, of Pikeville, has been car rying Route 1 for several days. Bet it was a heavy load. Sequachee Val lev News. That is nothing up here. We can remember way back when we saw one man earring a whole bam or meat. Pikeville Banner. Arthur Havron, of Tullahoma, was on the train Tuesday morning en route to Whitwell to spend the day. He has been in the employ of the Cumberland Banner there, but is now on a vacation on account of ill health. He reports the Banner installing a K1S0O Book Folder this month. T. A. Havron, of Tullahoma, was on the train Saturday morning, re turning from a visit to Whitwell.: Mr. Havron is making a big success with the Onmberland Presbyterian Banner and other publications which he is publishing at Tullahoma, ana is con templating adding the fine two revolu tion he has at Jasper to the equipment. If Uncle Tom, the famous writer and fox hunter of Sequachee News st-.nff. will bring his dogs and come to Pikeville, John B. and O. N. Vaughn will cool him off in that line in proper shape, and thereby give the readers of the News a rest of Dog Dope. Y ike ville Banner. - Treated School. On Monday afternoon, Feb. 14, Miss Eliza Martin entertained her school from 3 o'clock till 4, serving cream and cake for refreshments. At four they went on their way rejoicing and tironounced Miss Eliza the kindest, sweetest and dearest of teachers. She has enrolled 50 pupils and is now starting her second month with great Rnecess. and having won the respect and confidence of the children, she stives them a good name. She is now creijarine a nice program for the twenty-second, for which we wish her treat success. Parents, aid Miss Mar tin in her work, and we ara sure it will prove a success. She is so far the best teacher we have bad here for vears. A PARENT. Sqeuachee, Tenn.. Feb. 16, 1910. T von will insr, tukA Krwlol now and then yon need not fear or hesitate to eut all tbe good looa tuat you want, for Kodol will digest whatever yon oaf KnAni ia fnr wank and sour atom- a.-hs. Kodol is nleasant to take, and it is guaranteed to give relief at once. well: J. VV. Simpson, Jasper. CASTOR I A For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears tbe Signature of 150 MEN PERISH ' - S sanmmnwaaa, . 79 BODIES AT FOOT OF SHAFT Disaster at Primers Colorado Said to bo Worst ia History of Colorado Mining. Trindad, Colo, Feb. 1 Probably 130 men have lost their lives in an ex plosion in the mine of the Colorado Fuel & Iron company at Primero, miles northwest of here. , Shortly before midnight rescue par ties discovered the bodies of 79 " men lying in a great pile at the foot of the air shaft. Tbe men evidently made a rash for the airsbaft when tbe explosion occur red, and were suffocated by tbe wreck ing of. the fans. No hope is held ont for the others yet unaccounted for. The timekeepers' book shows 150 were in the mine when the explosion oc curred. Fifteen bodies were taken ont of the mine. Tbey were horribly mutilated. Seventy-five coffins have been ordered from Denver. Rescuing parties are making desperate efforts to enter the interior workings, but are balked by tbe black damp. There is no fire in the mine. Both fans which the wine is equipped with were shattered and It was impossible to enter the mine until they were repaired. As soon as the fans were repaired, General Superintendent J. F. Thomp son and a rescue party entered by the main airshaft, but were finable to reach tbe main shaft, which is block ed. Tbe party returned, to tbe surface after securing five bodies, which were badly burned. A party equipped with oxygen hel mets replaced this party, the workings were reached through tbe air shaft and are now being searched for more bod ies. Miners were rushed to Primero from Trinidad, Segundo, Starkville. Sopris and Cokeville, and are laboring fran tically to clear the main shaft, reliev ing each other every few minutes. It is impossible to determine how far the main shaft has caved, and it may be days before tbe shaft is cleared and tbe total death list known. There is lit tle hope that any of the men in tbe mine are alive. The company clerk reports that seventy-nine safety lamps are missing and it is sure that that number of men are entombed. Many of the miners, however, say that 150 men are missing. Most of tbe victims are Slavs and Hungarians. Electrician Helm is known to be among the miss ing. President Helps Orphans. TinnA-raftu nt nrrtVinna Viava rtAnn beln- ed by the President of the Industrial and Orphan's Home at Macon, Ga., nkn nrviea- "Wfl h ATA tlSAli FW'tric Bitters in this Institution for nine years. It has proved a most excellent medicine for Stomach, Liver and Kid ney troubles. We regard it as one of the best family medicines on eartn. t It invigorates all vital organs, puri fies the blood, aids digestion, creates appetite. To strengthen and build up pale, thin, weak cnnaren or runaown lQ it Vihh nn ennnl. Rest for fe male complaints. Only 50c at Whit well Drug uo., wnitweii. $2,000 in Cash Prizes to be Distributed in Tennessee The Tavlor-Trotwood Magazine, the American National Bank, of Nashville, the sum of two thousand dollars, to be distributed after April 15, 19l0,as follows: To the resident of Tennessee securing the largest number of yearly sub- arrintions to the Taylor-Trot wood 15th, 1910, there will be awarded the Bum of faOO.OO To the next five securing the largest number, $100.00 each, .$500.00 To the next ten securing the largest To the next twenty securing the largest Making a total of 36 prizes amountingto : fao.oou.uu Tn the event of a tie. the nrizes will who tied. The prizes Will be distributed just contest. The committee that will award tne prizes is composed oi tne roi lowing residents of Nashville: Mr. N. P. LeSueur, Cashier American Na tinnal Bank: Mr. Edgar M. Foster, and Mr. Robert L. Burch, Publisher This contest is open to any resident contemplated for other Southern States Participants not only get the cash will receive the regular agent s commission on each subscription seoureo. This is an extraordinary opportunity. tn th a agent's commission, makes it There are thirty-five other prizes, for. The commission alone will mply Write today for agent's outfit and he who would win must start at once. , The Taylor-Trotwood Magazine is i S. ... i . ... 4.,.:. o I TT1 U IT M IT, I IIM UHFtu iRUItnCUtnilVO ho in the country. All of 'io n-iii Iia retained but new features . which will make it a literary and Balem Long Announces For Trustee. RaTai Long, of Victoria, announces n th for Trustee of Marion county, subject to the will of the re publican party. Mr. Long is a plain spoken, highly Esteemed citizen of near Victoria, with an unimpeachable record in the past In any capacity in .MMi hA han served the county. We, t hair and trace him on down in years of service and find him serving his county well ana laiiniuuy. ais an a iustice is good. His record as a member of tbe County Board of Education is good also, and the record tut will maintain on the County High School Board, of which he is an honored member, will no doubt, be equally as good. 'Squire Long has a reputation for fair dealings always, and is ever mindful or tne Desi mwr thn ronntv. When convinced that he is right, he stand steadfastly by that belief, always granting otaers the right to believe and act as they think fit He is just a plain, good citisen. coming from the people to act j. tt. n Annie. He nroposes to fill the office capably, and the accounts of the county will be mamtainea ai ineir pru i'rh Btnndard. We hope the re- " publicans of Marion will consider Mr. Long's claims carernuy wnen iuo uui comes for nominations, and that, if he is selected to run by bis party, voters will closely compare bis application for the office with the other candidates now announced. J. . Daniel for Circuit Court Clerk. J. A. Daniel, of Cedar Spring, an nounces in this issue for the office of Circuit Court Clerk, of Marion boun ty, and elsewhere has a card to the voters. Mr. Daniel is a son of L. P. Daniel, who lives in the 3rd district in North Marion, and who was defeat ed eight years ago while aspiring to the same office to which his son is now aspiring. Old wounds made then can be readily healed now by, voting for the son. Mr. Daniel, the present candidate, is a young man of good habits, and highly esteemed in his section, and comes forward for this office at the so licitation of a large number of friends who have urged bim to make the race. Mr. Daniel proposes, if nominated aud elected, to make a good public official, attentive to his duties, and courteous always. We bespeak for bim a fair showing in the race. He is a demo crat, as was bis father before him, and is subject to the will of his party ex pressed in primary or convention. WATCH US GROW. Joe Hicks, Adger, Ala., renews his subscription. WATCH US GROW. J. A. Daniel. Cedar Springs, orders the News. WATCH US GROW. Jonathan Turner, of Jasper, kindly settles subscription till next June. Wanted. Good live agent-oorrespondents in every community, no matter bow small. Paper furnished in return, and liberal commission and expenses. THE NEWS, tf Sequatchie. Tenn. of Nashville, Tenn., has deposited with Magazine between this date and April number, $50.00 each...... $500.00 number, $25":00 each,, ....... .$500.00 be eanall v distributed among those as soon as possible after the close of the Business Manager Nashville Banner, of the Merchant and Manufacturer. of Tennessee. - Similar contests are following this. ' prizes above mentioned, but in addition The big prize of $500.00 in addition possible to earn a very large sum. any of which are well worth working pay one who enters the .contest. full particulars.. The time is short and going to be so enlarged and improved ..: . . . t. U n .1 if Ulfl II UH m bllD OUUUi. UU UUO ' theold features which have proved so pop and tiew detmrtments will be added artistic gem. TO THE VOTERS OF MARION COUNTY: ' . I adopt this method of announcing myself a caClidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Marion County. I do so at tbe instance of a number of represen tative citizens of the county, who pledge me their hearty support I re alize that in the past all efforts to elect a county officer from tbe northern part of Marion county bave been un successful. Myself, together with the people generally in this part of the county, believe that the honors and offices of the county should be equally distributed, and no locality should be disci iiniuated against, so I am enter ing this race, hoping to gain recogni tion for a section of this county that has previously been ignored. Person sl ly I am a democrat and have always been loyal to the principles of that par ty, and now I am asking the democra cy of Marion County for tbe nomina tion for the office of Circuit Court Clerk. I have full confidence in my ability to discbarge tbe duties of this office. If elected, I propose to give the office my 'personal attention, and try to conduct its affairs creditably to my self and satisfactorily to the public, I hope to see each voter personally in the near future and submit my claims to this office. Earnestly begging your support and influence, I am Yours truly. , J. A. DANIEL, Cedar Springs, Tenn. Hoge's Crossing. Spia a to the News. Mrs. Phoebe Webb was in Jasper shopping Saturday. Jack Martin made a short call here one day last week. Sam Johnson and wife and daugh ter, were visiting in Jasper Sunday. John McGuirt and wife called here Sunday. Joe Gill and Louis Vaughn, of Kan sas, are visiting the latter' aunt, Mrs. Zeb Barlew. Mr. Skiles, of Whitwell, visited Mr. Barlew last Friday. Ben Rogers called on Zeb Barlew Sunday. Miss Bonnie Hoge, who is teaching school at the Lock & Dam, is visiting home folks. Oscar Forrester and Zeb Barlew are in tbe wood business. They bave got new crossing put in just above Hoge's pond. Miss Lena Hoge called on Mrs. -Bar lew Monday. Mr. Hancock and wife were visiting their daughter, Mrs. Emma Colsson, Sunday. Willie Webb passed by here one day last week. ' Charley Thomas was in our midst one day last week; Mr. Lusk and wife have moved to Mr. Blessing's. V Come on, ye writer from Winters ville. I would like to hear from you again. I hope that you are not frozen to death this winter. Ye writer was in Jasper shopping Saturday. Mr. Wilson was in Jasper shopping Saturday. H. H. Hancock was out rabbit hunt ing Saturday and killed one.' Will Closson and wife called here Sunday night. Nellie Foster and children called here Sunday evening. Maggie Barlew was visiting Mary Hancock Sunday. Andrew Hancock visited his grand father Sunday night. Lina Phillips was visiting Myrtle Hancock one day last week. Jerry Holloway was visiting at jonn Phillips' one day last week. Gracie Domson was in Jasper shop ping onftiday last week. A. C. Cbaudoin was visiting his neice, Mrs.Nellle Foster, Monday. Maggie Barlew went to town' Mon day. John Phillips was visiting his moth er, Mrs. Holloway, Sunday. Mrs. Fred Smith was visiting Miss Lena Hoge Monday. Mr. Woodson passed by here Mon day. Reuben Hancock was in Jasper shop ping Monday. Myrtle. Happy Hollow. Special to the News. Mr. and Mrs. George Brewer visit ed home folks from Saturday until Monday. Mrs. Mattid Lane visited her mother Sunday.-' ' Tennessee Alder visited Mrs. B. S XTirhfill RrindftV. -i '. " Callie Ragsdale visited her sister at .Tanner this week," 1 The Ross girls have gone back to Chattanooga on a visit. We are looking for Tom Kilgore, of Etna, to come and bring bis grapno- We would like to hear ' from Carrie Kilgore of Etna, as we have not beard fWim bAr in a lonr time. Alta Ragsdale returned from Seqnat nhle this week. Wonder what has become of Josie Mrmra. of Whitwell. D. A. Ragsdale is still reading, "Smithville View." . Mrs. Sarah Ragsdale is going to take a trip to Jasper this week. Thev tell me this is ground hog day, If it is he will see bis shadow and will hold ud for 40 days and nights. Come on, "New Writer." I like to read your letters. . rapa s rev Read the News, $1.00 per year. Obituary. Mr. Sar-h ColdwelUwifs of J Coldwell. of Sequatchie, .who bas bee afflcted for sometime with paralyse -quietly passed away on Friday morn ing about 8 o'clock. . Sister Coldwell was 83 ye Having been born and reared In rion County It was in this county ths she spent ber life. , We are told that she was into the Methodist Church about firty TT.4rr a record of By years' service in this church conveys to our minds a beautiful P'""" " .i Wa learn that Sis- ter OoWwell was an active christian worker in her girlhood anu 3 womanhood. We were not personally acquainted with Sister Coldwell. never . , . ,r.nu to visit her naving nau u home in her lifetime, but we could tew from the interest, reverence and re spect shown her by ber friends and re- Utives that all confidence was -in her ohrlstian integrity. We missed a great opportunity, or at least, we lacked an opportunity which we ars sure deprived us of a great blessing. Tbe relatives and' friends of this old mother in Israel certainly will mis her a great deal, especially her hus band, sons and damthters and grand children. May.God bless them aii. We felt so sorry Tor aear ow pi" Cold ell, -left alone In his old age, but we pray that the Lord will sustain him in his bond of affliction. it:. ...A nn annh a faithful AID IW 6"v C friend and mother, but it is indeed a great consolation, and it brings joy our hearts to know that one day not long hence we'll meet on the other shore. ' "Thus star by star declines Till all are passed away, As morning high and higher shines Tn rtnra and nerfect daV! Nor sink those stars in empty night, They hide themselves in heaven's pure light." . tk. fimorai anrvine of our sister was conducted by the writer, according to the Methodist plan of funeral service, except that on account of cold, snowy weather it was cut shorter than usual. Tk nor vice was held in Old Zion Churoh and the body was placed in th cemetery there to await the nrst trum pet sound. 'Tarry with me, O my saviour i T.v mv head UDon thy breast, Till the morning; then awake me- Morning of eternal re9V G. O. GANNAWAY. Sequatchie, Tenn,. Feb. 1V1910. Wilbur Smith's College Helping Our Boys and Girls. , Amono- the scores of young men from twelve states who commenced tbe past month at The Wilbur Smith Business. College, Lexington, Ky., are several from this state. . Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S C ASTORIA NURSING MOTHERS show the beneficial ef fects of Scott's Emulsion in a very short time. It not only builds her up, but enriches the mother's milk and properly nour ishes the child. Nearly all mothers who nurse theirchildren should take this splendid food tonic, not only to keep up their own strength but to properly nourish their children: V FOB BALK BY ili DRtTGGJHTt) Bend 10o., name at paper and thin ad. for our beaatltul BaTltwi Bank aad Gblld'a Bketuh-Uook. Each bank oontauia a Good Luck Fenny. SCOTT & BOWNE, 409 Pearl St, New York AT FACTORY PRICEb SLOBE EUCGIES AND HARNESS , . ' No. 270 TWO-IN-ONE : We Wp all vehicles Direct from our Factor C O. D. loCenanmer subject to examination anif tpprovalon yxiayS free trial. 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