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P'THI.ISHEU AT eqaachee, Maries County, Tens, KVKKY THUK8DAT. NEWS PUBLISHING CO. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Year Six Honjhs .......... ix'advance $1.00 50o All Subscriptions Stopped on Expiration Knt.erod at the poatofflce at S-qual ehie. Tenix asef, as second class matter, THURSDAY. May IS, 1919 SALVATION ARMY - VALIANT IN WAR Having Served Gloriously in the Trenches, Is Coming Back I From Overseas for Peace I Time Activities. ASKS HOME SERVICE FUND. National Campaign to Replenish Re sources Depleted by Long and Dl- -rect Contact Services With Our Boys Scheduled for May 19-26. New York (Special). Like the 1,000.000 American boys whom it served so Rlorlously in the trenches of Wunon flta Snlvntlnn Armv ia pnmln? back from overseas, ready to put aside Its khaki uniform of war service, don ajraln the "Civvies" and embark ,once more on Its normal peace time activi ties. And, Just like those doughboys, the Salvation Army has come out of the war victorious and with citations for bravery, decorations for gallantry un der fire npd golden chevrons lndlca , tlve of honorably won wounds on Its arm. The victory which the Salva tion Army has won 'is a victory over the obstacles that lay before tt in its purpose pf efficient service of the fight ers of Pershing's army. Its citations are the thanks,, cheers and prayers of 2,000,000 doughboys. Its wound stripes re rightfully golden of hue, for they typify the unselfish way in which the Army threw all its resources finan cial, spiritual and moral Into the ef fort to help the American soldiers in r rauce. rt Now the Army Is asking the people ef America to give It concrete evidence of. the gratitude which has been so loudly, and so willingly expressed, From May 19 to 20 the Salvation Array will conduct In the United States a campaign to raise $13,000,000 for Its Home Service Fund. The money Is neodMl both to recoup the fortunes of the Army, shattered by Its long service of the soldier and to permit It ta carry on the work it has always done dn the larger scale which the public now demands. Raising the money by this means, the Salvation Army explains, will eliminate, perhaps permanently, the necessity for the ceaseless solicita tion of funds which has been a bug- bear to the Army und the public alike. It will permit the workers of the Army, who, forced to devote more than half their time to gathering money, were In consequence only half efllclent In their evangelistic and social service work, to devote all their time In future to the duties for: which they have txa trained. LLOYD GEORGE , PRAISES "ARMY." Evangeline Booth. Commander of the Salvation Army In the United States, received the fol lowing letter from David Lloyd George: ' "British Delegation, "Paris, April 8, 1019. "Dear Miidnm- I have very grent pleasure In sending you this letter to say how highly I think of the grent work which litis been done by the Salvation Army amongst the Allied Armies In France and the other theaters of war. From all sides I hear the most glowing accounts of the way In. which your people have added to the comfort and wel fare of our soUI'ers. To me It has always been u great Joy to think how much the sufferings and hardships endured by our troops in all parts of the- world have been lessened by the self sacrifice and devotion shown to them by that excellent organiza tion, the Salvation Army. Yours faithfully, "DAVID LLOYD GEORGE. "Commander Evangeline Booth. New York City." The Salvation Army Home Service Fond O.npalga far $13, 000,000 win be coa4itcted dttrifcf the week r May Z9I. She followed the Line - We Sent Over the Rhine V .V-'- 4 f " i - " ' rf 3 ' ' ' The familiar figure in blue uniform and poke bonnet is back home to serve, after four years In khaki with the boys "Over TTiere." Salvation Army lassies served old fashioned American doughr.ts In the front line trenches, and' now that the war is over they will be found again in the slums and dark plaaes of ur great cities, ready to give a helping hand to men, women and children wha are on the down grade. The Salvation Army Home Service Campaign far .1 3 000.000 Damn Maw 19. to last ona In Memory of i Frank Rust The following is wriften in lov ing remembrance of Frank Rust, who died May 8 at 4:30 p. m. He was a well known citizen of Tracy City, and was a friend to all who knew him. We will miss him, we will miss him with words we can't express. . We can't begin to tell how much for description would make it ..less. God giveth and He taketh and we ought to say no more. We only trust that he has fallen 'asleep in the arms of Jesus. Death is something that is certain to the rich, the poor and all. Then why not be -prepared to go when the the angels make the call. It may be in the midnight hours or in the brightest of the day, no matter when the' time shall come we will all have death to fae. Frank little knew Thursday morning when he left to go to his work that he would never come home any more, nor did his dear old mother think - she would never see him alive any more. He worked all day1 until about 4:15 and went in and laid down on Mrs. banders' bed and died. 'Tis hard to break the- tender cord when love has bound the heart, 'tis so hard to speak the words, "wemust forever part." Frank's troubles are over on this earth now. We will all miss him but God knows best. But no one will miss him like the der old mother, she will miss him for years to come. Weep not, dear one, God will be with you,- aid he will help you to bear your trouble. He leaves a mother, one sister and lots of friends to mourn his loss. And now we bid farewell, 6ur heartfelt pray ers are given that when we part this old world we'll all meet,' 'Yank in heaven. A Friend. Oak Grove, Tenn. Notice program for Memorial Day. A special effort is being made to do honor to the soldiers. LOGS AND LUMBER WANTED . Fill vout below and get our NEW FRICE LIST on Log. and Lumber. 0. B, ANDREWS CO., Dept. 35, Chattanooga Tenn. Gentlemen: Send New Price List and specificationson Logs and Lumber. - Name . . , Address , week. Whitwell. Special to the Neivj. , We are sure having some nice weather now for gardening. Guess that is the reason news is so. scarce, but ! will try to rake up a few lines, ' Miss Lillie Morrison visited Miss Addie Morrison Sunday. There was dance at Mr. an Mrs. Fred Hiding's Frjday night. Dewitt Basham returned from Il linois Thursday nieht. We were elad to see him. Think he has been gone almost two weeks. Aillar Lavne sure did look cute Sunday. If you want to see Mattie Higgins frown ask her who she ran over Thursday night. . ' Louis Stephenson sure did look sporty Sunday night. ' .' Miss Adoi Morrison looked very sad Thursday' night. Wonder why? Mrs. Jennie Barwick visited Mrs, Mag Morrison Sunday. Wonder what the' trouble was Sunday night. Saw several wiping tears. John Panter arid Miss Beatrice Higgins were married Saturday ev enmg. If you want to see Frona Atter. ton smile ask her how she likes to dancs Kirkiey Basham and Aillar Layne sure 'did look tired after taking their trip to Shady Grove Sunday. Miss Minnie Rollins sure did seem to be enjoying herself Sunday night. If you want to see Ernest Uig- gins sinjle ask him when be is going back to Shady Grove. Come on all ye good writers as we enjoy reading your pieces. Trailing Arbutus. BROUGHT TO JASPER , FOR INTERMENT Jasper, Tenn., May 14. (Spec ial.) The remains of Mrs. Mary Alley, widow of the late G. W. Alley, were brought to Jasper Monday afternoon for burial. She was 81 years old and had lived in Jasper most of her life, until about 15 years ago when she moved to Alabama, making her home with her daughter, Mrs. S. O. Bradley. Funeral and burial took place at the tioge graveyard, attended by a laiire number of friends and relatives. State of Ohio, City of Toledo. ' LUcaa County, aa. . Frank J. Cheney makes oath that ha 1b senior partner of the Arm of , F. J. Cheney Co.. oolng business In the City of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and that said fnn will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRtl DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use 'f HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE. I RANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed In my presence, this 6th day of December. A. D. 1886. A. W. OLEA80N, (8ol) Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Medicine la taken In temally and acts thronch the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the System. Bead for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY CO.. Toledo, O. old bitan drenlsU. 75c Baira Family PUla for centtfretloa. SALVATION ARMY I apa tin p i ULI 5 HlLI' rKUl GRATEFUL FATHER Staff Captain Civld Haiti of Bir mingham tells a story of tt work of the Salvation Army tha: should Uava a direct appeal to the fathers an J mothers la tha small tjwas and rurel districts. , ' "I was attending one of our street corner religious services In a certain Southern city not loug ago," said Staff Ca.a.n Alain, "wht.u I noticed a young inan come forwara with tears stream' iug down his fa?j and asked that wo pray lcr him. !.nc-ling there In the bt:cet, els body s:.,aklng wtt sobs ,vhile we prayrd tor him that young man asked tic J to forgive his sins. I bad known th-t boy for a long time. I knew him be.oro he left the little coun try town In which he was born and went to the city. For three or four yeaia hb h:.i been regarded as one of the wlldesc young men in the city of which I am speaking. Ha never went to church; he drank heavily; he ganv bled; liis associates were of the worse type. 'Today that young man is serv- in:: Ga. "A little while after this I" was In the .it le town where thjs boy was born. His father is the wealthiest and most respected man in that town. I went to see him and asked him to help us In our work. His answer was that ho couldn't see why he should be hi' terested In the work of the Salvation Army; that Its work was in the cities and did not affect the people of tho small town and country. Then I tola him the story of a young man being converted at one of our meetings on the street. I asked him if he could guess who that boy was. He said no I then told him that it was his own son. He could scarcely believe me. "In a voice tremblina with emotion he told me that this was the first time In his life that his boy had ever ex ' pressed a desire to live right, and as sured me that his time, his money, and all his was at tba service of the Sal vatlon Army. 'Now .we are not asking the country people for much, but what we are ask ing for" will be used to care for their boys and girls who fall by the wayside. The case I have last mentioned is only one of many thousands of cases that the Salvation Army comes in contacct with all the time." COUNTRY PEOPLE MUCH INTERESTED IH COMING SALVATION ARMY DRIVE 'The men or women who live in tha most remote section of this coun ty," said Staff Captain David Main, of the Salvation Army, with headquarters In Birmingham, "are vitally Interested in tha work of the Salvation Army aa is the city resident. If there are any who do not believe this let them ask their boys when they return from France what the Salvation Army did for them over there; let them Invest! gate the work of the Salvation Army Rescue Homes and see what It does for the country girls In the cities; let them Investigate some of the cases of boys from tba rural districts, who coming to tha cities, find temptations they are unable to withstand, and learn who are the friends of these boys In the dark hours of despair; let them learn who It is that lends a helping hand to these down-and-outs and gives ther a chance for the future. Anyone who win do this will find that the Salvation Army plays a large and important part in the lives of people fron&the rural districts, and they will see that the cause of the Salvation Army is the'.r cause, and will be ready to respond liberally to the call of the Salvation Army Home Service Fund, May 19-26." 1BE PARENTS OF SOLDIERS' ARE GRATEFUL TO WORK OF THE SALVATION AP.MY Some of the boys of this county are already Dack from France; others will be home soon. But some will never come back. ; Those are the ones who are today sleeping 'nea'h French soil with the grass and flowers growing over them. Some day their bones will be brought home fdY burial in the fam ily burial grounds, but the boys them selves will not be in those cRskets th.t come from overseas. You can't da much now for those boys who gave their lives for this country your coun try, but you can do something to help body of men and women who did so much for the boys over there those who are already home; those who are coming, and those who will never coma: The Salvation Army. And the Army doesn't want the money for itself either; it wants it in order that good may be accomplished among saf faring humanity. Ask vour boy or your neighbor s boy when he gets home what you should da and remember the Salvation Army Home Service Fund, May 19-2S. The country boy or girl who leavaa home and goes to the city finds temp tations on every hand. The Salvation Army is first to find the erring one, first to lend Its beneflciant influence In bringing tha wayward one back ta right thinking and right living. Thla fact should appeal to those who live ia the rural districts and shouM be im petus enough to make them help in tba Salvation Army Home Service) Fund Campaiga that wHl rua from May lath ta Mta. - Order the News sent to yon. WJet rntpntsl!TluidPfaRhiij If ! tin,- tJLt ii-unt.-.l PER CENT. J J AVc$ctabteITcparauw- 5imilatirr?Uietooa oy ru- nguVStcmachsandlKW? h Thcrctn'PromoUn4Dics1i h in.riitirrKi i Cheerfulness ma .--; i: either nnium. Morphine nor Mineral. Not Narcotic 1 - - - - k unfut Remedy fof 1 Constipation and Diorrhoc- wr; .if. wiisup""".--- a 1 Fcverisnwss Tmr sleep racSinule Signature of. Oft Mt 4,1 & XrtCnrrAwCow ftnPO! iSL'l Exact Copy 6f Wrapper. v NEWS OF THE Will Foster, of Tracy City, has returned from service in France. The Dunlap Auto Co. is erect- ins a garage at that plaee. Henry M- Brown, died at Sher wood and was buried at Stephen son. Cement sidewalks are being constructed at Bridgeport, abut ting property owners paying for them. . Sunday, May 25th, is Decora tion Day at Tracy City, when the lodges of the town will deco rate graves of deceased mem bers. Bad boys threw bad eggs into the congregation of a church at Tracy City. Mrs. Grundy rather peculiarly headed the item, "A Post Easter Party." Miss Jennie Conry, of Coal- mont, has returned from trance where she has been acting as d trained nurse. She contracted meningitis and was forced to re turn to this country after being in hospital for a considerable time. She will receive treatment in Nashville. She is a daughter of Peter Conry, of Coalmont. MACHINERY . " sew , 1 IS-- raSSffiid (ft D Til B i ; mm. m. ml-ac e.. .-; i aa ,1 ml n at- 19 Kfl n W9 St i 2 h. p. vertical gas engine, i 8 h. p. horizo'ntal gas engine, i 24-in. Meadows grist mill. 1 1 8-in. I. .H. C. feed grinder. Lpt Shafting. . Lot Pulleys. Lot Belting. NEWS PUBLISHING COMPANY Sequachee, Tenn. Sequachee Water Work " KSIDKNTS of Sequatchie; have K with water aorvice eanal to -. j. .i.-! avi ii i is ma by "1 II 11 f 1 IV" II II 1 1 S3 M V S. II II Uil For Infants and 'Children. Mothers Itzu lM Genuine Castoria Always Bears the Signature of In Use For Over Thirty Years tmc etNTAun uanat. hiw yo cit. m ITEMS SECTION Bridgeport defeated Orme 3 to 2 in a fierce contest. W. B. Standifer has sold his property in Dunlap to Clay Thur man. . i - Mothers' Day was celebrated at the Bridgeport Baptist Church with a special program. r An election will be held in Grundy county May 31, to elect four justices and three consta bles. Taylor Layne was elected sher iff of Sequatchie County, vice T. A. King, resigned. ' The Sequatchie County High School presented the play "Lone, Star," as one of the features of its closing exercises. . Lee Sutherland was bound to court under $5000 bond, to ans wer trial for the killing of John Bowers in Sequatchie county. The partnership business in Sequatchie County or' J. A. Carn ahan, C. B. Carnahan and D. M. Harris, under the title of the Carnahan Lumber Co., has bee consolidated. FOR ilk J all the privileges in oonneotfr anv hrst-ciass city. 1 ne aapniT v II sail II II 1111 mm WW '.. tea 1 mm mm mm LW 1 M W Ml if m rv 1 laK SALE en trc Camberland Mountain from springs 850 feet in eUrs j Three mtief of pi tre now laid. . . t i "7N' " ' . ' w 1 -