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City; Ilavner's Chapel; Kbentzer. Througd the thU inanajjenent of the executive committee the expeu xHM of the Convention were kept l(iHii co that all Li 11k are paid. The refreshment department under di rection of Mrs. L. W. Gahel and Miss Lydia (Justafson did well. To enumerate everyone that help ed loyally and faithfully in ncarcely necessary but that the affair was suc ceii'ully and creditably carried out niUNt redound to their credit and that of the town. The News-15anner is gratified to to know that its services in trying to help the Contention is appreciated and here pledges itself to help the Coiuention of 1899 as it has that of CAKI) OF THANKS. l'v unanimous vote of the Oweu Sunday School, of .Marion County, its heart felt thanks is extended to the Sequashee Valley New.-Banner for its liberal advertising and excel lent work in every respect in making the Sunday School Convention held at this place Sept. 17, 1898, a great vuccesH, and believe that too much credit cannot be given said paper. W. C. RoisEitsoK, Secretary. CARD OF THANKS. The managers of the Convention d.'ire '.o express thVir appreciation of the sacrilices the South Pittsburg Hand made to prepare their pro gram and come to the Convention Saturday They hereby tender their thanks and those of th entire towu for their kindness and interest in the affair. Respectfully, THE COMMITTEE, Sequachee, Tenn., Sept. 19, 1898. Democratic Meeting. TUo Democratic Executive Committee of Marion County is hereby culled to meet at Jasp.-r on Saturday October 1st, ls'.)8, for the purpose of nominating or arranging for the nomination of a can didate for Representative, and for tbe transaction of such other business as may conio before the Committee. ThU September loth. 1898. Al.KX. PtiYOK, Chairman. CONVENTIONETTES It was a gaj. old day for Sequachee. Anything Sequnchee attempts is a succcxh. South Pittsburg will have to hustle next year to boat our convention, und don'iyou forget that, either. Iii 1!I0U Seqimcuee wanu that Conven tion again aud don't you forget it The G. A. R. men aro going to "have a timo" here next month and you may expect mother mob. Rhv. J. A. Darr mad an. excellent presiding officer and has a good voice but the band downed'hini. Early Monday morning. Mr. 'Sherman and his men began olwarin away tbe amphl-tlieater and the Convention at hequachee is only a pleasant memory. We hopo when tbo County Executive Committee Is anlected that Rev. George Hunter Claro, of South Pittsburg, may be a member of it. To equal the succoss of this yoar'a Convention we want tun South Pitts burg schools to taue hold in earnest und equal, or make next year's Convention as much better as possible. Let your standard be high. The rule by which the award of the Bannor was made was, 1st, time; 2d, volume; 3rd. oxprossion. Singing is music, the blending of uwuut nounds makes hannouy. Nearly all the sing ers of Saturday need to study express ion. The day in many Instances served as a renewal of old acquaintances and proves tLut an occasion like the kind is good for a community. Presiding Elder Cartwright, of the M. E. Cuuich South, and Revs. S. S. Cation R. H. Oury, J. L. Killian and and G. 11. Conuor took ia the Convention. Rev. R. S. Umberger stuck manfully by the singers aud in one of the pn olo graphic vinws gets a good lik nnss. M:ss Louiso Hill, although not able to visit the Conveutlon, wasgratitled by the kind inquiry of thoughtful ftieuds. Accepting the kind odor of Captain and Miss Hannah Prater,- of Victoria, we took dinner with l.iiem at the spring in company with Mr. Joseph Lodge and daugnters, and other South Pitts burg friends. Sequnchee is an excellent place for the Convention. The South Pittsburg band did well for throe months paactice, and their un iforms were very neat Several members of the Whit well b.nd came down to hear the South Pittsburg band. They say they can beat them. Sunday Schools. The following aro the Sunday schools included in the Marion County Associa tion, which meets at Sequachee, Satur day, Sept. 17, 1. Kolley's Ferry, Rock Church. John II. Sexton. 2. Shellmound, McDanlol's Chapel, (i. W. Mo.TO. U. Shellmound, Macedonia, I. A Parker. i. Kimball, Mi. Vernon, L'nion, J U. Cloncb. 5. Dove, Union, Spencer Anderson. 1. KetchalJ,. llavner Chapel, Daniel V inxant. . , 7. LoJtfp, Union. U. W. Payne. 8. Monteagle, Union, D. T.' Tucker, it. Whiteside, M. E. South, M. M. Strain. 10. hitegide. Ltna Mountain, John Murphy. 11. Whiteside, M. E., John (iirdlv. 12. Shirleyton, Red Hill S. S., J. A. Worley. 13. Whitwell, C. P., V. A. Kolley. 14. VVhitwell, Union, J. 11. Colston Jr. 15. South Pittsburir, Episcopal, Jos eph Lodge. hi. South Pittsburg, liaptist, W. J. Lodge. 17. South Pittsburg, C. P., Walter Cameron. 18. South Pittsburg, Christian, Goo. Schweikert. 19. South Pittsburg, M. E. S., A. M. Deakins. 20. South Pittsburg, M. E. S. T. Ilas kew. 21. Victoria, Itethel, J". Frater. J2. Victoria, Oak Grove, E. K. Hamil ton. 2.!. Curoline Chapel, Union. W: C. M.iorf. 24. Vhitwell, Looney's Chepel, J. I?. Tygart. 25. Inman, M. E. South, A. P. Mitch ell. 20. Jasper, Christian, John T. Uoyd. 27. PI 'iisant Grove, John W. Dame. 28. Jasper, Wesley Chapel, John Lay. 2!t. Jasper, Havron's Chapel, Joseph Lock. 30. Jasper K iptlst Hill, Chas. Quarles HI. Jasper, KbenezT, 1). C. Kelley. i. Jasper, M. E. South, A. L. Pitts. 33. Jasper, C. P., T. A. Havron. 34. Jasper, M. E., VV. 'J. Johnston. 35. Sequachee, Owen, C. J. Gustafson. 3'i. Sardis, W. A. Itrown. 37. VVhitwell, Mt. Oliye, Joe V.isey- 38. Whitwell, Mountain City, E. C. Morrison, 39. Inman, Mineral Springs. Union, R. Hurke. 40. Cedar Springs, Elijah Barker. 41. Deptford, S. M. Shei-rill. 42. Whitwell, Sulphur Springs, J. Brooks. 43. South Pittsbnrg, St. Andrew's Mission, P. F. Faller. SEQUACHEE WATER WORKS. Office: Marion Honi?e. Residents ol fceqiiaehce have all the i-rivmsgcs in con nection wi.h Water Service; equal to any first class city. The ' supply is taken from Cumberland Mountain from spring 3!i fWt elevation. Tliren iW rf t,; n , lu,,l ......... ,rl .IV1.VT My, weren't those girls and their badges pretty'.' The leaving of whiskey in the barrela used for hauling waler was an accident and miu-b to be rt-r.-tlfd. We sympa thize with the lajy Trom South Pitts burg who wanmd water only and not a limited punch. Sheriff Brown and his deputies gob 'bled some moonshine pi'ddlars before they con i d got their business started, and did it so quietly that hardly any one knew of the occurrence. VVHITWELL DIRECTORY. first Annual Convention Itlarion County Sunday Scfcooi As sociation, TnteM)enominaticnai, Sequacbco, Sept. 17, i$9$. 9:00 A. M. 1. Music, Grand. March, . K. of 1 Band. 2. Welcome Song, Sequachee and Jasper Choirs. 3. Prayer Dr. Alonzo Monk. 4. Song No. 74, "Praise to God, Our Father." 5. Music, "Marching Through Georgia," K. of 1. Hand. i. Welcome Address ...Col. A. L. Spears. 7. Response Rev. Geo. O. Rachnian. 8. Song, No. 3 "Look Up, Lift Up." 9. Address Dr. R. J. Cook.' 10. Song No. 57, "Like an Army We Are Marching." 11. Music "Hail Columbia," K. of I. Rand. 12. Address Rev. Dr. George Hunter Clare. 13. Music, "Tenting on the Old Cainp Ground," K. of P. Rand. 14. -Music, "Yanke Doodle." K. of I'. Rand, sdNTERMISSIQN DINNER J Music. "Home Again." K. of P. Rnnd. Music. "Dixie." K. of P. Hand. Song, by 12 little folks. Address. Song No. 130, "The Lights of Home." Music. "Red, White and Rlue," K. of P. Rand. Reading of the Compiled Report from each Sunday school. Song, No. 1G4, "Worthy is the Lamb." Music. "Auld Lang Syne." , K. of P. Rand. Singing Contest for the Banner. Music. "Massa's in the Cold, Cold, Ground." K. of P. Rand. Address R. G. McClure. Music. "Good Night." K. of P. Hand. Music. "Love's Dream." K. of P. Rand. Colieeiion and Announcements. Song No. 12b, "When the Roll i Called Up Yonder." Presentation of Banner. Song : "God Re With You." Music. "Home, Sweet Home." K. of P. Rind. Benediction, 15. 16. 17. IS. ID. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 20. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. .33. 34. Read the NEWS-BANKER. HURuHES, C, P. CHURCH meeting 3rd Sunday 11 a.m. and 7 p. id, Sunday school a.m, J. M. Vootkn. Pastor. MISSIONARY UAPTIST Church meeting 2nd Sunday 11 am and pm; Union Sunday school U am. T. F. Hai.k, Pastor. M. E. Church, South, Meeting 1st Sunday 11 am pud 7 pm. Jnion Sun nay school J am. H. C. Ci,!-:.mkns, Pastor. CHRISTIAN Church Meeting Satur day night before 4th Sunday 7 pm. Sunday school 2 pm J. R Johnson, pastor LODGES. Whitwell Lodge, No. efl.t, F. A A. rawts 1st, and tfrd Saturday nights an 7. H. F. Cowan, V. M; V. A. Pryor, Sec. O. V. Chastain, Treat. Olive Branch Lodge No. S3 I. O. O. F. meets every Fiidry night 7 pin. T. M Eakin N. G.; T. P. Duff, S-c. Jeff Hooper Tteas. Powhattan Tribe No. 24, I. O. of Rod Men, meets every Tuesday night 7pm J. S. Hoopr, Sachem; .1. C. Ealey C. of R. 11. H. Turner. K. of W. Laurel Jo.lge No. S)S, K. of P. meets every Tuesday niirht 7 pm. V. A. Le--van. C. C; J. S. Hooper, V. C,; J. Q. Ketner, K. K. S. Locust Camp Woodmen of the World, meets every Thursday night 7:S0. O W. Chastain C. C; C. Livingston, Clerk; W. A. Pryor, Hanker. Custer Conclave No. 2H K. of W. S. moet every Satureay night7 pm. Alf Pninter. R. C. Richard Dent Sec. M. D. Moss, Treas. R.'V. S. Conclave, No. 32, meets Fri day nights at Mountain City, Tenn., Sam Colston, R. C; W. S. Coplin, R. R; S, Smith, R. T. Laurel Robocca Kodge No. 7 I. O. O. F. meets every Wednesday ni rht 7 pm. Mrs. Nancy A. Pakin, N.l: Miss Helle Cnster Sec; Mrs. Laura Hooper, Treas MAILS. Mail south leaves ofttco 7:35 am. Mail north leaves office 4:43 pin. Open during all busines hours. K. E. Hull, P. M. Photographs. Wo have received from Mr. T. N: Gra ham, Photographer, Whitwell, a copy of two viv.8 of the Convention, which c in be seen at this office, and any flno desiring a copy can obuio ono of either for 25c, either from Mr. Graham direct, or by leaving the money at our office. Slurried. Mr. John Cantrell and Miss Laura Levan were joinel in the holy state of matrimony Sun lay afternoon, 'Squire Coburn officiating. THOMAS B. HILL. 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