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Seqaaehee, Marios Cosintj, Tenn. K VKItY THUIUUil J NEWS PUBLISHING CO. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: " aaeYsar..;..... .. . SI.OO l Mnnthi I. . 50C IN ADVANCE. All Subscriptions Stopped on ExpVatloa Entered at the postofflce at Sequat- Cble, Tennrssms as oenona Class raaimr, THURSDAY. . . . .... May 3i, 1919 AGED MINISTER LIKES TO 83 AUTOMOBILING Will Attend Hsthodlst Centenary Celebration June 20-July 1 3. II! W - Ii-j" REV. ALBERT VOGEL. ... I 1 a. I ll.AL.lll.A ; , , . Centenary Celebration Rev. Albert Vogel of Geanette, Pa., . at the age of 102 is praying every ..day that his life may be (pared to odlBt Centenary celebratton which will be in Columbus, O., from June 10 to July 13. JTntpiino- iha tnlnlntpv hefnre tha age of 25, he has occupied the pulpit for more than 80 years. In the early . i i . i n . . sixties no was pastor w ducim, where he established lifelong friends. When 100 years old he visited that city, the eveut being the laying of the cornerstone ' of the Methodist church. The centenarian ha a keen sense of humor and believes in practicing some of the health rules as set forth by Dr. Charles Barker, the national health expert. Vogel looks like a man of 60 and his hearing and sight are unimpaired. His . step, too, fu '. apite of his old age, is firm and ' steady. All of these things he at tributes largely to long walks and early rising. SHOULD REGISTER EARLY Visitors to Methodist Centenary to Be Well Cared For. ; The one plea of H. B. Dickson, or ganizing secretary of the - Methodist ...Centenary to Methodists North, South, East and West,, is that visitors register early, The registration Tee is $5 for an individual, or J 10 for a 21. Registration covers admission to the exposition grounds each day of the celebration at Columbus, June "0 o July 13, and it also secure the services of the Methodist Celebration housing committee. "There is no use mincing matters," says Mr. Dickson. "Those who regis ter" earliest will gA the best services and best accommodations. .'tV'e are,! trying to provide fcr an eleventh hour rush, but it is never so satisfactory to work under those conditions as when people take matters in their hands early enough to get good at tention' HAVE ODD CAMPING PLACE. How would you. enjoy livinej in the horse exhibit building at (he exposi tion grounds, chaperoned by hideous Chinese idols by Kali, the Goddess of Murder, and numerous other deities more powerful than they are beauti ful? That is what a doien young women from New York and New Jer sey are doing at Columbus, O.. where the Methodist Centenary celebration will be held June 20 to July 13. "Don't think for a moment that we are not having a fine time," satd one of the young women. "Our. quarters upstairs are quite coay. We even have a piano, and it is like a vacatUa for us to be camping out her. Besides the work of cltsiifyiag aad arraagiag all these weatorfal foreifa aaaiUts ta caeeiMnaf." r-- r . ; ' The Battle Hymn f the Centenary J ' " W. W. PINSON :;, ': We are reading o'er the records - ! Of a hundred fruitful years, In the splendor of a dawning Where the Son of God appears, And we see the radiant future Through a mist of grateful tears, As we go marching on. Chorus-Glory, glory, hallelujah Glory, glory, hallelujah- , Glory, glory, hallelujah As we go marching on. We have heard the Master's summons Peal above the battle roar, In the challenge of the nations Ringing clear from shore to shore, And the crimson cross is lifted Where the banners streamed before, As we go marching on. , Where our fathers sowed in weeping , We will garner with a song; Where they beat a pilgrim pathway Presses on a mighty throng To build the vision splendid s On the shattered thrones of wrong, As we go marching on. Gird your loins and lift your banners, For the vision will not stay; . Heed the challenge, hear the summons Sons of Wesley, while you may; For a world is in the making, In this flaming Judgement Day, As we go marching on. MUSIC "Battle Hymn of the Republic." Ebenezer. Appointed Deputy Circuit Court Clerk. John Curtis has been appoint ed deputy citcuit court clerk, Mr. S. S. Tate haying left on a vaca tion trip to last over a consider able period. Mr. Tate is at Mus cle Shoals, Ala., now, his first stop, and expects 'to visit New Mexico and California. The Salration Army's slogan Is "A man may be down, but he's never out !'' The "Army" Mill ask for $13,000,000 during the week of May 19-26.. Tour contribution will help prove the truth of the slogan. The success of the Salvation Armv Home Service Fund campaign for $13,- 000,000 May 19-20 means less pov erty, and leas crime In the United States. ,. 8tory of Two Shoes. Billy Harking went to New York a day or so ago. It was hot and he didn't sleep well, so along toward midnight he went out on the back platform for air. And when he got there he found the porter using that back platform for a shoe shining parlor. It was some time before day-break, Bays the Cleveland Plain Dealer. , Just then a westbound train came along on the other track. On the rear platform; of that train was another shoe shining porter, and he happened to be a friend of the porter on the eastbound. Naturally, Skinny 'a porter waved his hand; unfortunately that hand had a shoe In it. And the shoe slipped "Billy JIarklng'a' porter turned pale (swears Billy Harking). But Billy was there with the soothing sirup. "Don't get scared," he said, "that was my shoe. Throw the other one after it And the porter grinned and did it. But it wasn't Billy Harking's shoe. He hadn't even put his shoes in tha aisle to got polished. ; He wonders what happened in the morning, though, He bad gotten to sleep by that Urn. I Love to Think of Him. a I love to think of Him who when Adam fell from grace, .Was promised to the sons of men To redeem the race; And every bleeding offering Upon an altar lain, Has pointed with unerring aim To Him for sinners slain. I love to think of Him asleep Within a manger still', While herdsmen guard their resting sheep Upon Judea's hill. ,. And heard the songs of heavenly choir Who them.the message told, , And wise men guided by a star , Brought their gifts and gold. , I love to think of Him who walked With poor humahity;v , At His command the dumb ones talked, . The blind were made to see, And not a human ill or pain Could in the body stay, ; - For when He cured none could remain, ... He drove them all away. ' 1 love to think of Him wno died y , Upon the cross for me, Whose"hands were pienbed and riven His side That sinners might be free. Without a murmer he was led To the brow, of Calvery, And there His precious blood was shed That.cleanses yoy and me. ; ; u I J! B. Tyo.ri. Special tt tkt Mews. Showery weather seems to be the order of the daj now. '-. Everybody seems to be busy catch. ing the season and planting in the bottoms. Most of them are nearly through. Mrs. Sarah Heron and children of Cedar Spring, has been visiting her sister, Mrs. W. R. .Tonevfor . the past week. Mrs. Alex Quarlca and children were visiting Mrs. C. E. llancock Sunday. Mrs. Albert Browcr and children spent a few d.iya last week with ber parents, jNir. and Mrs. Alfred Hauocck. lievi Webb virtitod William Webb Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Hancock of Hoge Crosding, made a short c&ll at M. C. Webb's Sunday. Mrs Lucie Amos and sister. Miss Ivate Lambert, visited at Mrs. A. F. Amos one day last week. Mrs. .Virgie Brewer and sister, Mrs. Hetlie Wyman, made a short cali on Phoebe Webb one day last week. ' Mrs. 1). C. Kelly and daughter, Miss Sarah, were visiting her sister, Mrs. B. J. ' Lowroan, Sunday even ing. Mrs. W. R. Jones made a short call on Mrs. Geo. Quarles .Monday evening. Houston Wells Is on the sick list We wish bin a speedy recovery. II. Hancock and wife of Hoge Crossing called on his daughter, Mrs. M. C. Webb, for his. wife to bid her goodby. She left Tuesday morning for her old home at St. Paul, Minn to visit for a month or more. Mr. and Mrs. John Rounceville made a short call on Mrs. Jim Haley Sunday evening. Miss Margaret Webb received a nice set of dishes from the Garner Carter Co., Chattanooga. She is very proud of them and welcomes all to eat from them when they come to see her. Rev. J. C. Lambert made a short call on Jim Haley Monday. . Miss Anna Love Hoge fnom Dan lap was visiting her father, John Hoge, Saturday and Sunday. . ; Jim' Alder was visiting his parents at Oak Grove Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Webb spend every night as usual with his father, Sam Webb. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Holloway of Jasper, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Crit Webb. Rosebud. Looriey's Creek. Special It the Nat's. Uncle Joel Looney counted 26 auto3 last Sunday on their way to Chapel Hill to the Memoria services. Several went from here. J. S. Bridges came home from the armv Satuidav. He had not seen his mother for five years. He enlisted at Kansas City, Mo., two years ago and went to France among the first. Frank Hudson, of Looney's Creek, and Miss Jo'sie Brown, of Whitwell, went to Chattanooga one day last week and were mar ried, we were told. Miss Julia Thach, of Jasper, visited Mrs, Teague Saturday and Sunday, returning to Jasper Monday. Farmers are getting behind with their work on account of too much rain. There has been very little plowing done during the last two weeks. Blue Jay. LOGS AND LUMBER 11 Fill out below and set our NEW PRICE LIST on Log and Lumber. O. B. ANDREWS CO., Dept. 35, Chattanooga Tenn. Gentlemen: Send New Price List and specifications on Logs and Lumber. . .' . Name..':.'.....:.. .. i:...V Children Cry for Fletcher's suit."."1""- ."" y -'' -' " "- '' - -..---.- - 5 The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has beta in use for over over 30 years, has borne the signature of - and has been made tinder hjs per sonal supervision sihee its infancy. f44Ct4& Allow no one to deceiv vnn in thls. All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its sge is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of SI In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought : eirv. THE ORPHAN CHILD. (Published by request) "No borne, no borne," cried a little jrirl at the door of a prince's hall, As she tremblinir stood on the polished steps and leaned on tbe marble wall. Her clothes were thin, her feet were barn and tbe snow had all covered ber bead. "Oh, (five mo room," she feebly" cried, "a borne' and a bit of bread." "My father, alai, I never knew," and a tear rolled down her dimpled cbeek, "My mother sleeps in a new-made grave, 'ti8an orphan begs tonight. Tbe night was dark and the snow full fast and the rich man abut his door, With bis proud lips all curled In acorn as he said,"No room, no bread for poor." Tbe rich man slept on bis velvet couch and dreamed of his silver and gold." The orphan child slept on a bed of snow and mumbled, . "So cold, so cold." "I must froeia," said the orphan child as she strove to wrap ber feet In ber tattered dress all covered mow with with snow and sleet. The hours rolled on and .the midnight chime struclc out like a funeral knell, And the earth seemed wrapped In a winding sheet as the. drifted snow still tell. Tbe morning dawned and the orphan lay still at the rich man's door. But ber spirit bad fled to' that borne above where there's room and bread for tbe poor. Whitwell Department g L Conducted by M. W. 0. Itnijis ar roquestod forwarded this (t) t lpartmpnt car Nivwr, Nequachxe Miss Esther Smith, of Kelly's Store, Sequatchie County, has been the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Smith. ... Mrs. S: B. Wilson and baby, of Dunlap, have been the guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Shirley. d"ring the absence of her husband who is cashier of the Sequatchie County bank, who attended a meeting of the Ten- nessee Bankers' Association in Knoxville last week. State of Ohio. City of Toledo. ,'; ' -Lucaa County, as. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he ia -senior partner of the firm of F. 3. Cheney & Co., doing- business In the City of Toledo, County and State aforesaid. . and that said Arm will pay s the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each ; ,and every case of Catarrh that cannot be i cured by the use of HALL'S CATARRH j MEDICINE. FRANK J. CHENET. ' Sworn to before no and subscribed In. I my presence, this 6th day of December, A. D.vl886. A.W. GLEASON, (Seal) ' Notary Public. I Hall's Catarrh Medicine Is taken In-. , ternslly and acts through the Blood on t the Mucous Surfaces of the Eystem. Send 1 for testimonials. trn. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. O. Sold by all dniffirlets, 75c. fall's Family Pills for constlpatloa. Graveyard Waking. : ihe graveyard working at the Lasater graveyard will be on last Saturday of this month, Saturday, May 31st. By error it was announc ed for Saturday, May 24. This graveyard is always forked on last Saturday of May. " M. E. WALKER. For Rent. Property in Sequatchie belong ing to Miss Mathilde 'Gustafson. Large dwelling, fruitt trees and fine irarden. Apply to Miss Louise Hill, arrent, Sequatchie, Tenn.,for terms. S. L. Rogers. Trustee, was here Tuesday en ioute to Whit well, and paid the News a pleas-, ant call. MACHINERY FOR SALE i 2 h. p. vertical gas engine. i 8 h. p. horizontal gas engine. i 24-in. Meadows grist mill, v 1 18-in. I. H. C. feed grinder. Lot Shafting. Lot Pulleys. - -: Lot Belting. ' : NEWS PUBLISHING COMPANY Sequachee, Tenn. Sequachee Water Works. RESIDENTS of Sequatchie have all the' privileges tu connection with, water service, equal to any first -c.! a city. . The supply is lk en trcis) Cumberland Mountain from springs 8W Teet in elevati Three tniln of pie. are now laid. . , t.