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IP T" Consolidated wi-fch. Soia-tli. IttsTo-u-rg Baimcr. 8EQUACHEE, TENN., SKPT. 15, 1898.-PAUES FIVE AND SIX. Attend the Sunday School Convention here Septembe r 17. 1898. i !HlTWELL DEPARTMENT. GEO. W. LEWIS, Agent. Muck Tate is sick with fever. The mines run full time last week. J. M.'Byer returned lroui Estill Springs Friday, Pat Lnyne left Wednesday morn ing lor New Mexico. Burred Farmer, of Dunlap, was in town Wednesday. Hon. J. J. Dykes went to the Convention Saturday. Rev. F. M. Shirley, of Red Hill, wn in town Saturday. Rev. Andrew Carr returned to this city Thursday morning. James Brooks, of Sulphur Springs, was in town Monday. Will Frater, of Chattanooga, was on onr streets one day last week. HyeH Simpson, of Jasper, hon ored us with a visit, Wedne-day. A small child of Mr. and Mrs. William lloutsdied Monday night. T. E.Eakin is somewhat improv ing but is still very low with fever. J E. Hale, music teacher, of Bledsoe County, -is in town this wrtek. Dr Joe MeRee, who lias Wen ah sent for several weeks returned Sunday. Dr. R. A. B. Moyers and his son, Wa'ter, of Jasper, were in town Wednesday. The Whitwell Sunday schools nre coming to Sequachee in full force on the 17th. Col. W. D. Snears. of Jasncr. - t i i passed through town Wednesday morning. R K! Tntnnri. Esn.. was on the train Wednesday and stopped oft" a short while. I Henry Wells, of Ebeneznr, was in town Fricay with a loud of this : watermelons. William Maxwell, of Jasper, son of D K. Maxwell, the baker was in town Saturday. A. W. Lewis went to Jasper last Saturday. He took in the Repub lican Convention. Our town is still on a boom in the way of building and men seek ing business locations. David JMciNahb, ot quacnee. was in town Monday reluming Tuesday to Sequachee. Alex- Heard. Attorney at Law, of South Pittsburg, passed down the road Tuesday morning. Thos. Smith, of a Georgia batter y now stationed at Griffin. Ga., is at home on 35 days furlough. Rus Pry or and family were v's itii.g Mrs. Fryer's puren's at Dun lap last Saturday and Sunday. A'ex Pryor and Joe Kelley who have been sick with fever for sev eral days are impioing at this time. E. W. McCurrv, formerly of this place now of Tatesville, Grundy Co., was in town Saturday and re newed his subscription to the News Banner. B. E. Tatum, of Jasper, was in town Saturday attending to a law suit. The finest kind of job work is promptly done by tne New-Ban ner cilice. Thos. Kelley. who is teaching school at Cedar Springs, was in town Saturday. Hon. J. J- Dykes went to Chat tunooga lest week and purchased three fine horses. Dr. A. T. Peay had a light at .tack of sickness last week, but is up and at bis post again. Dr. T. w. Johnston, of South I AM RECEIVING New Line of Dress Goods, Shoes, Ladies' Zt Trimmed Hats, Mens' and Boys' Hats VS) and Caps for Fall and Winter wear. When you see the quality of these goods you will be surprised at the' low prices that I am making: D. K. Maxwell. Yfm. Mitiwell. BAKERY! Location about 50 yards north of Depot. Fresh bread and cake a Specialty. Cake furnished in any quantity for picnics, sociables, ban quets, and excursions on three days notice. Give us a Trial and see how nice we will treat you. Remember the place "Maxwell's Bak ery." D. K. Maxwell & Son. Whitwell Tenn. Woolen Dress Goods 8 i-2c, ioe, 12 I-2C, iSc y'd Beautiful woolen Dress Goods, in patterns, at 25c, 12c. qoc to 64c rer vd. U" T4.JC1 J1... " ' ' "r. rittsburg, called Tuesday to see his ' raui" fUUC5 UULlU11 a"""" 75c, 91.25 to 2. 50. neice, Miss Cecil Miller. (Mens shoes 9Sc, $1.25,102.50. D. K. Maxwell is here with his Childrens' shoes 25c, 44c to 64c per pr. bakery and is turning out some as Mens' hats .... 25c, 64c, 78c up. Boys' hats .... 20c fine bread as any city bakery. Ladies Trimmed hats coc, 64c, 7qc, 1.25 to 2.0 Sam Havron. of Jasper, came up Mens' suspenders 8c to 44c per pr Friday evening He contemplates Flannels, 12 J-2C to 25c. Towels 5c Dot Checks 4c Yard wide Domestic. . . .4c and 41-2 Mens' saddles, 2.25.; Ladies' saddles, 3. 50; Bridles, 50c, $1 Mens' Suits made to order guaranteed all wool filling, at $4.00. Best suit in the State for the money. See my line of sample suits made to order at $8,50, 10.00, 12.50, and I feel sure that I will sell you a suit for fall and winter wear . WHEN you see these goods you will not complain at the price. Am Closing OUt all Summer ure$$ boca$, aimmea sneers and cow (Jut $1)0C$ considerably below cost a great many things will be sold at half price. Call and see this stock. Very Respectfully, putting up a hardware store here, Pryor Harris & Co. have the ad vantage of J. E Dyer, ths former' has two Prices while the latier has , but one. j Miss Etta Huge, of Ebenezer. was visiting in town Saturday and Sunday. She is teaching sch:ol at! Cedar Springs. Itev. Frank Hale on account of sickness taiied to fill his appoint men I Sunday. Rev A. J. While filled it fur him. Mr. and Mrs. Mider's daughter, Miss Cecil, oied last nignt hi y o -clock. Will takw ber to Cowan to day Wednesday for intu tneiit. J. II. Co'ston. Jr.. has a strong af finity ior Dunlap since he attenled the Association at that pla. e. He sayf be must take the Tribune. W. C. Adams returned Thursday aftr an abs-;iie; ot nearly a week. Suppose be nas puroha-d a fine stock d good. He bad a new hat. A. P. Lund) was seen coming change for woods down Siturday nn truing, face all & aglow and smiling On being ask ed what was the cause he sid it was a little Lamb. Look out or that banner will be carried in triumph up the Valley J. E. DYER, Whitwell, Tenn. ICS?2 Country Produce and Co's. Coupons taken in ex- Ill. & C. Extensions. Chattanooga, Sept. 7. Engineer W. Ii. Wells, of the Southern Railroad, ar rived in this city from Washington last Tell the boys to he on the lookout night for the purpose of making proltm fcS Cupid might be there with his inary arrangements for another survey quiver toll 01 sorrows. If You Are not Already One of Our Man), we Would Like to C U B A Subscriber to Thk News-Bannkr. Prof. J. N Roberson, of Sequa chee, now teaching school at Red Hill, was in the city one evening last week. Ho reports his school as moving nicely. There is some kind of disease among the dogs of our town. They take sick and in a few minutes are dead; whether it is distemper, hy drophobia, or something else, I will not say. Mrs. Tom Keedy, of Whitwell came up Tuesday and will spend several weeks visiting her sister, Mrs. D. C. Bridgemxu. ot Samp son. Pikeville Banner Mrs. J. V Norwood who has been spending two weeks visiting Col. S. C. Norwood and wile re turned to her home at Whitwell Saturday Fikevi le Banner. The Regents of the White Shield gave an entertainment las' Saiur day evening at their new hail on top of the Mountain. The brass band went out and rnd-Tcd some fine music. Prof. J. W. Wiilingbam.of Chat tanooga, gave a free ent-rtainm-nt at the C P. Church Sunday even ing eonsisii.lg of Bible ;. iie in the Orient, and Monday night be cave one ut Red M-n's Hail, " Cuba and the B 1 1 le of Santiago," a mag ic lantern afl'.ur. of a route for the extension of the Mem phis ifcCharleston division fJoui Steven son, Ala., to this city. Several surveys have already been made, the shortest distance line being that run by Engin eer Thompson last year, which is fifty five miles. Mr. Wells thinks he can reduce this by tn miles, making the distance forty-flve miles. He will be gin the survey within a week or ten days. The work will require three months in its completion. It is stated that the extension will bo begun In the early spring, As to the New Officers. 1 ho new officers were sworn In yes terday, and took charge of their respec tive offices. Mr. II irris lighted up the Circuit Clerk's otlice with a benign smile and looked as page as a Mack stone. In the otttee formerly occupied by .lim llible, your correspondent found tun genial Dan Xuatub, uuuo busy straigutening out papers, and looking as if i.o never would nave any more troub le. The color in in tUo Register's office bad slightly changed, as well as the po litical feature, and Clint Hyrne receivd us in a Chesterfield tan style, and with al was as polit-i as a French danciug mastor Jeff Krown, the sheriff-elect, wus stepping around like an Olhollo, busying himself with the affair of tbe jail, and faiuiliaruing himself with the duties of the otilce. Sum Raulston was at th old stand, as polite as bis nature will iidmit of, and looking to the finan cial interests of the county. All other officers were sworn in. and the machin ery of the county is now in order for an other term. Ja-;erCor. Republican. WHITWELL DIRECTORY. CHURCHES. C, P. CHl'RCH meeting 3rd Sunday 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. nunnay school 9 a m, J. M. AVootk.n. Pastor. MISSIONARY BAPTIST Church meeting 2nd Sunday 11 am and pm: Union Sunday school U am. T. V. IIai.k, Pastor. M. E. Church, South, Meeting 1st Sunday 11 am nd 7 pin. Jnlon Sun nay school 9 am. II. C. Ct.KMK.xs, Pastor. CHRISTIAN Church Meeting Satur day night before 4th Sunday 7 pm. Sunday school 2 pm I. R. Johnson, pastor LODGES Whitwell Lodire, No. j6:!, F. & A. meets 1st and ilrd Saturday nights an 7. It. F. Cowan, W. M; W. A. Pryor, Sec 0. W. Chastuin, Treas. Ulivo Branch Lodge No. .W I. O. O. K. meets every fc'ridry night 7 pm. T. M ' Eakin N. G. ; T.'P. Duff, Sec. JetT Hooper Ttnas. Powliatuiti Tribe No. 24. I. O. of Red Men, meets every Tuesday nijfht 7pu J. S. Hooper. Sachem; J. C. Kaley ('. of R. II. II. Turner. K. of W. Laurel Iode No. lis, K. of P. meets every Tuesday nitrht 7 pm. XV. A. Le- van, C. C; J. S. Hooper, V. C; J. ). K' tner, K. R. S. Locust Camp Woodmen of th" World, meets every Tb ursday night 7:80. O. W. Cbastain C. C; C. Livingston, Clerk: W. A. Prvor, Rmkor. Custer Conclave No. 2'i R. of W. S. meet every Saiureay night7 pm. Alf Pninter, R. C. Richard Dent Sec. M. D. Moss, Treas. R. W. S. Conclave, No. 32. meets Fri day niffhts at Mountain City, Tenn., Sam Colston, R. C; W. S. Coplin, R. R; S, Smith, R. T. Laurel Uebecc i Kndgo No. 67 I. O. O. F. meets every Wednesday nliht 7 pm. Mr-. Nancy A. hakin, N. (J; MIks liellH Custer Sec; Mrs. Laura Hooper, Treas Mr. A. P. Mitcriell. of Inman, Super intendent M. K. S. Sunday school was in town Monday to yet badges printed for his school. Come to tUe Convention. M MLS. Mail poutb leav olfl'e Mail north li-avi" oflire Open during all busmeKS hours. L. K. Hi'LU P, i :.5 am. 4:4S pm,. M.