SEQUACHEE, TENN., THURSDAY, DEC, 10, 1896.
Mr. Jacob Burrows was in town
I. N. Knor, of Inraan was in town
Riley Abies was down from Dun-
Mrs. Will Harris paid her parents
a visit Monday.
Miss Allis Brophy is learning to
be a baker.
The Websterian Literary Society
will give a Christmas Tree.
G. W. Lewis and J. B. Womack
attendeded church at Whitwell Sun
day. Mrs. Laura Lee, of Chattanooga, is
visiting her aunt, Mrs. Luke Daven-
M. K. Shumake, of Victoria, was rt
m town Saturday.
Miss Ida Cunn'ngham returned to
her home Monday.
Maj. Thos. II. Hill went to Jasper
Miss Maggie Graham spent Friday
and Saturday in Jasper.
Mrs. J. II. Harris was the guest
of her sister, Miss Kate Lewis, Sat
urday. Mr. Ed B. Anderson and lady
friend weut to Dunlap Saturday ev
Miss Laura A. Turner will enter
school at Peoples' College, Pikeville,
The Dramatic Club is hard at after Christmas.
work on its new play, "Mr. Bob." i T.r wr i Ti i n nr
v J' ! Messrs. Wash kilrore and G. M.
Miss Alta Brown went to Victoria Brown went sparking Sunday after-
Miss Janie Francis came up Satur
day night to be 'at home' for a day.
Misses Kittie and Maud Brown
visited Rosewood cemetery Sunday.
noon and returned about 7:30 p m.,
singing, "The Old-Time Religion."
Messrs. Baker Baker, Ed Taylor
and V alter Crozier, of Whitwell,
were down to the box supper. Mr.
Taylor says he is an admirer of in-
If yon want a 75-dollar bicycle fantile sweetness.
cheap and on easy terms, call at j Well, the long talked of Box Sup
this office. j per came 0ff Jast Saturday night.
Miss Ellen Gaut, of Inman, was And the very presence of Prof. Tate
visiting at Mrs. P. M. Pryor's Friday . and Elbert Rollins, of Sequachee,
and Saturday. added much to the pleasure and in-
xr , . aaa terest of the occasion. The music
Nearly or qnite 1000 pear trees wag excellHnt entlre, new tQ
will hp HPt. nnt npnr McKurpn Una i . . ... . . .
Tern II College in January. Mont
eagle Cor. American.
Who were the two yonng men
that were out walking with Miss Sa
rah Abies and sist t Sunday.
Local talent at Bridgeport render
ed "The Deacon" last week to a
large and appreciative audience.
E. W. McCurry, of Whitwell, re
membered the News in an apprecia
ted way Saturday, for which thanks.
W. S. Pryor is slowly recovering
from his sickness, but has been o
bliged to give up his part in the
Gabel & Brown have been getting
out quite a lot of material for Whit
well parties. Building seems to be
on a boom in that town.
Read our Washington Letter. We
hope to make it a permanent feature,
and think our readers will tind some
think of interest in perusing it.
The News has some correspond-
the audience which attested their ap
preciation by load cheering.
Pleas. W. Burklvn, of Inraan,
died Thursday, aged 60 years. He
was a member of Co. C, lOlh Ten
nessee, Mounted Infantr, ana a
brother in-law of Millard Francis,
of Dixon Cove. He was buried ut
Jeremiah Holloway, of Shirley
ton, died last Monday week of cans
cer He served in Capt W m. Pry
or's Co. C, 6th Tenn., Mounted In
fantey: He leaves a wife and two
children, one of whom has been
blind from birth. He had just res
ceived an order for special examin
ation in regard to a pension when
Friday afternoon about 3 o'clock
a child of James Daffron, who lives
on Mr. Owen's mountain farm was
flfiVPrplr humor) Tliaru n? n a firn
ence from Pleasant 11.11 this week, !in the vard and whi,e Mrg Dafiron
for which it is much obliged. Ye( WA8 iu the h unattending to some
are always glad to receive news. I dutieg( the chid ,ell into it and in
A new feature of the News this an instant was wrapped in flames.
week is "Aunt Dolly's Department." j Mrs. Daffron, hearing its shrieks
rustied out and snatched it from
the fire, but in feo doing was very
severely burned herself. The
The children are requested to write
letters to her about what they are do
ing and be sure and address them,
the breast and is not expected to
Aunt Dollv, care of the News, Se- child was frightfully burned about
The Public School is doing finely
and the fall terra will close Friday,
Dec. 18. A visit to the school Tues
day, was much enjoyed by the News
Sunday last Robert II. Dixon
nnil Mica Mol 1 rwl 1 To a mora tvi
and we are pleaded to note the good rieJ at lhe residence of the bride
oraer oi tne scnooi anu umuu.w.i vi Kv. Jacob Houts otllciating. Mr.
tne scholars. ; M. Burnett, uncle of the groom and
A public meeting pf all the citi- other relatives were present. The
zens of Sequachee and particularly News otters congratulations.
those in the school district will be
held at the school house Thnrsday Meetings of Post 53, G. A. R., and
evening, Dec. 17th, at 7 p. m., to act Camp 7, Sons uf Veterans next Sat-
on matters affecting the interest ot urday, Dec. 12th, should be well at-
.'the school, to establish a voting place tended. Both organizations elect of-
And fit the limits of tne school dis- "Vers for 18l7. The Post meets at
jcj. 1-; Suns of Veterans, at 1 p. m.
Mr. Allen's Recital.
Last Thursday night as announced
in the News, Mr. U. S. Allen, of
Jasper, gave a series of dramatic re
citations and impersonations. At
the commencement he said by way of
introduction that he had so construct
ed his program that the last numbers
would be the best, and he did just
exactly as he said he would.
The first piece on the program was
"Why is Marriage a Failure," which
was given in the Dutch dialect. Ow
ing to the strange acoustic properties
of the building, with which Mr. Al
len was not familiar at first, it was
rather difficult to understand him but
but that defect soon parsed away.
No. 2 was, "When Samuel led the
Singing," being the lament of an old
fellow at modern innovations. The
third number, "Dead, Name Un
known," was well given, and as Mr.
Allen was warming up to his work
the changes of character were very
marked. "Tim" was a s'ruple story
For a fifth number, Mr. Allen re
cited Poe's "Raven," and earned
merited applause. He apologized
to the audience tor his imitation of
the voice of the raven, but it was un
necessary as the sound could not pos
sibly be mistaken for anything else.
Number 6 was Hamlet's address
to his father's ghost, with the parts
of Horatio and Marcellus thrown in.
It was a fearfully difficult task, but
Mr. Allen acquitted himself admir
ably. The next number was also
from Hamlet, being the scene when
Hamlet slays Polomus and charges
his mother with her crimes. These
two numbers are deserving of special
mention as it was a bold undertak
ing to even attempt to render them.
The "First Sermon of the New
Minister," was a complete change
from the frightful scenes of a mo
ment before and made the audience
fairly roar, and the climax was a
The "Columbus" story of the
tramp was also humorous and its ab
surdity was much enjoyed. Mr. Al
len's last was a parody on Will Car
leton's, "Betsy and I are Out," given
in the German dialect. It was both
humorous and pathetic, and it called
forth generous applause. It fact it
left the audience in that happy state
of mind that they wanted more.
Mr. Allen gave a good entertain
ment, and the evening was very en
joyably spent. It is to be regretted
that there was not a larger number
present to hear him. .However,
knowing now what Mr. Allen can do
next time he appears we trust he
will meet a larger house.
C"0R the next 4 months
we expect to close out
our entire stock of goods,
both at Whitwell and Pike
ville, as we are going out of
business in the Valley.
ffer Goods Cheaner
Than Ever Sold
E will close out our MAMMOTH STOCKS at actual
Cost. We mean what we say. Now is your time
to get great bargains. We have
The Sequachee Dramatic Society
will present the laughable comedy,
Mr. Bob, at the Church, Wednes
day evening, Dec. 23 A small ad
mission fee will be charged, to be
applied to the organ fund. The
following is the cast of characters:
Philip Royson Charles Curtis.
Robert Brown, clerk of Ber son &
Brown J. W. Graham.
Jenkins, Miss Rebecca's butler
W. C. Hill.
Rebecca Luke, a maiden lady
Miss Maggie Graham,
Katharine Rogers, her neice
Mrs. J. W. Graham.
Marion Brvant, Katharine's friend
Mrs. C. H. Davidson:
Patty, Miss Rebecca's maid
Mis6 Mathiide Gustafeon'
worth of goods to let go. COME ONE 1 COME ALL 1! and see if I
have not told you the truth. We have decided to close out the stock
in four months and expect to give
Great Bargains in
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NftVFMRffR 99 IftQft AND NOW IS YOUR TIME to
lUIUUlUljil CiLi) lOUUj make Inly while the sun shines.
We must soon close out our ENTIRE.STOCK of Clothing. Dry Goods
Notions, Shoes, Boots, Hats, Furniture. A large line of
that we purchased before we decided to leave the Valley. We
can please you in our Xmas Goods. Never before have we offered
Gall on fs
Before our Stock is all run down.
EST WE buy corn 35o per bushel; peas, 90c: chickens tnd eggs,
white beans, 81.00 per bu. Call and see our bargains.
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