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PCKLISHKlt AT Hqochec, Marion County, Tens. KVEKV TIII'KNIIAY. H I Ac ftO.N, ElUTOKS A!I1 FlTBMSHKKS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. ' Ail Subscriptions Stopped 0 Expiration THURSDAY, Jl NE 2ii, 1913 FOR FISH PRESERVATION. The organization for the purpose of protecting the fish of Little Sequa chee was not effected Saturday. The schema now is to prepare a document that will read something like this: "I, the undersigned, agree to be come a member of the Little Sequa cbee River Fish Protective Associa tion, and will proseonte auy parties throwing or using dynamite in that river. To show my allegiance to the Association I agree to pay 15.00 to as sist in any prosecution that may be necessary, and this shall be consider ed my promise to pay, good for one year from subscribed date. Date Name.... It is believed a large membership can be worked np along these lines, and as soon as organisation can be ef fected, agreements to this effect or nearly like it, will be printed, and banded members and their frienda for signature. It will ;be only an agree ment to pay to assist in detection and prosecution of those who continue to fill the waters of Little Sequachee so full of dynamite that fish can't live in them. The Kanawha, Charleston. WeetVa., Citizen, sarcastically says another batch of the Moro tribesmen of the Phillippinea have been "benevolently awimilatMl." The assimilation was not ao one-sided, however, for they got about fourteen American soldi srs iu the process. It took six policemen to arrest an Irishman in New York the other day. The mizup must have been terrihc, and the row all started over an omelet. JULY FOURTH IN SEQUACHEE The ScofielJ family seem to be hav ing lots of fun playing with sand bars since they struck the. Mississippi. Their "log" furnished us is proving interesting reailing to their many friends. Yon might do well to pack your bas ket and hie towards this neck of the woods July 4th. There is an awfnl nice spring to hang around, and there Will be lota of nice baseball, if you are so inclined. A Cairo, 111., man ate 15 scram bled eggs, 15 soft boiled eggs, 15 bard boiled eggs and '5 fried eggs at a sit ting. We bet he hasn't stopped crow ing yet, A fool up iu Michigan capsized a boat so as to get snap shots of the struggles of the party in the water. Three girls were drowned in conse- The celebration of July 4th in Se- quacbee will consist of baseball and a basket dinner at the Blowing Spring. The Etna team, an aggregation of tal ent that plays fast ball and has lower ed the colors of several Chattanooga teams that have essayed to play them, will be here. They will arrive on the morning train rroin wniiesiue, anu game will be started at 10 a. m. At conclusion of same adjournment will be made of both teams and their friends to the spring where a basket dinner will be spread, and all so minded are asked to participate in tbia, bringing their baskets. At 1:30 p. m. the second game will be called to allow the visitors to catch the ev ening train out. Will Looney former ly of Whitwell, is manager of the Et na team, and has a spicy aggregation. The diamond is being pnt in shape for the game, and saw dust pnt around the base lines and at bases, Mr. Sherman giving the boys permis sion to get all they want to make things suitable for a fast game. HAS-NICE, RIPE, RED TOMATOES Not so very long ago'we mentioned that Rev. W. D. Dew, of Jasper, bad tomatoes in his gaiden, which were, in the alchemy of nature, undergoing the ripening process. This fact has been established and for more than a week be has been enjoying ripe to matoes out of his garden. This is something unprecedented, and we se riously doubt if any other gardener in the entire Sequacbee valley can compete with this record established of ripe, home-grown tomatoes bytbe mid dle of Jnne. Rev. Dew has added other laurels to his crown, for in ad dition to being an earnest disciple of Isaac Walton, be has developed horti cultural proclivities, which, if devel oped in the balance of the nation not so engaged, would be a good thing all aronnd. CAMPING ON LITTLE SEQUACHEE When you see a gray streak passing through Sequacbee at the rate of 60 miles an hour, you can jnst bet it is W. A- Cantrell. high sheriff of Ma rion, in bis splendid new Ford car. who with his family, is camping on Little Sequacbee just abovo the coun ty bridge. Camp was pitched Friday, and unless diiven in by incleiueut weather it is his intention to remain two weeks in the woods, fishaig, au toing and having a good time general ly. Friday in the party were Mr. and Mrs. J. L. HaVlson, of Whitwell, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Thompson, of Whit well, Mrs. F. M. McCullough, of Jas per, and her daughter, Mrs. Baird, of Knozville, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lee and son, Will, of Sequacbee, Rev. and Mrs. Dew and daughter. Effel. of Jas per, and all report a most enjoyable 1 day. A fish supper was served, the hsbermen having excellent Rnccess, Rev. Dew, as usual showing a clean pair of heels in running up bis score. Fishing is unusually good in Little Seqnachee this year, and during Fri day and Saturday a largo number struck up an acquaintance with the fishermen. DISEASED EYES CAN BE CU 11 ED At your home at -a very little cost Tablets Wo carry constantly in slock a good line of Pen and Pencil Tablets, in both note and letter size, the very largest, and best paper for the money ' 5 cents thVL Y X Apply at I NEWS JOB DEPT. I : : They can t alk about the tnrkey trot all tbey want to, but the only kind we like is the trot towards the turkey Christmas Day. 1100 REWARD 8100. 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HILL & SON, Sequachee, Tenn. . , , ,, - , . , . . - - 1 AH Efforts of Past Celebrations will be Surpassed at this Great, Grand and Glorious n I11 """"i i iv FTv fmm 1 1,1 111111 pi irp 4 Something Doing All the Time An Entire Day of Amusement THE EPORT MILITARY BRASS AND IS ENGAGED This is one of the Best Brass Bands in the State of Alabama, and recently took part in the Confederate Reunion exercises in Chattanooga. Jasper considers that she is very fortunate in securing this excellent band. U lit The contract has been signed for two games and both teams are hard at work getting their players in shape for the great day. You don't want to miss these great games. . 1 EflTS This grand celebration is being given by the merchants, business men and citizens of Jasper to the people of the valley as a greaf geMogefher day, and at a considerable expense, and you are invited to come, bring your dinner and spend the day. The lawn at the court house affords ample room for spreading dinner, and is well protected from the sun by the spreading branches of many trees You may enjoy the music, drink plenty of ice cold lemonade and see the free amusements without expending one penny by coming to Jasper on JULY 4th. Let's make the day a great zet- together holiday basket advantage All who attend will be assured of perfect order, as particular attention will be given by those in charge that no drunkenness or disorderly conduct be altowed. Just a good, old-fashioned et dinner picnic, with plenty of free amusements and good music thrown in. An entertainment to which no one need be afraid to bring the mother and sister and little ones. Don't fail to take ntage of the grand opportunity of having a good time in the right way at a small cost. Let everybody come., Fcr Convenience of Those Who Do Not Bring a Basket a Barbecue Dinner Will be Served on Grounds