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j?blishC(l at Sequachce, Tenn.
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THURSDAY, AUG. 17. 1899
A GREAT OFFER.
I5y special arrangement made
Vith the publishers of the Farm
Journal we are enabled to offer that
paper to every subscriber who pays
for the Nkws one year ahead, lor
only 50 cents, both papers lor tiie
price of ours only, our paper one
year and the Farm Journal from
now to December, 1903 nearly 5
yenrs. The Farm Journal is an old
establishes paoer hi joying great
popularity, one o' the bet and
most useful farm papers published
A sample copy tuny be teen at
This off- r should be accepte
without delay as we have only 100
euhhcriplioiiH to give away.
N., C. & ST. L. EXTENSION.
Ciiattanooo.v, Tenn., An;,'. 3. It is
learned here rail ably that the Nashville
Chattanooga & St. Louis R. K. Co. is
nurvevinx to extend its lino troiu J!on
Air, if nn., forty uiilos to connect with
trie rutevino envision or tuo system
una compotu with the lennossoe Cen
trul in handling the large coal and uoko
supply or that section.
1 he Bow Air branch extends
from Tullahoma 68 miles to I5on
Air-. We believe that the Sequa
dice Valley Branch will eventual
ly be extended to connect with
the Tennessee Central, and at no
distant pi riod either. Weehonb
be glad to see this done, and also
that the .Southern when it crosses
the Tennessee, River would extend
its line to the new coal fields now
being opened at Dunlap.
Coal prospects on the mountain
are holding out pretty well. Alread
y we feel our importance as a min
ing centre. Dunlap Tribune.
Special to the News:
Mrs. Henry Smith is very sick.
Sholton was called to see her Sunday
O. J. Fry took a load of melons to
McNahb Alines Friday,
lialem Lontf was at his brother's
James Long Saturday.
Robert and Henry Smith took some
sheep to Chattanooga Friday.
James Ellis and F. J. Mason attend
ed court last wook.
Mrs. Emma Smith visited the school
Several from hero attended tho clos
ing exercises of Mr. J. R. Ellis" school
on Etua Mountain Friday night.
Mrs. Laura Fry visited tho school
Robert Smith and son, Ltithor, atten
ded church at Sexton's Chapol Sunday.
Mrs. Emma Long- spont Sunday after
noon at Henry Smith's.
Mr. James Ellis's little son Hugh wa
Tery sick last week.
James Lane went to Jasper Friday.
Several of this place intended eoinir
to meeting at Ehenozor Sunday but
sickness prevented it.
Joe Rogers and wife passed through
our vicinity last week.
A crowd of youngsters had a free rido
Sunday from Kelley's Ferry to McNabb
Mineson the steamer Forest.
Mrs. Mary Parker and !.ttia Chris
tian were at Henry Smith's Sunday.
Deafness Cannot be Cured
by Unal application as they cannot
reach iho diseased portion Of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deafness,
and that is i.y constitutional remedies.
Ileal nes is caused I.y an inflamed con
dition of tho mucous lining of the Eus
tachian Tube. W hen Ihis tube gels in
flame. 1 you havo a rumpling sound or
iinjwrfect hearine, anl when it is en
tirely closed deafness is thorusult, and
unless the intl animation can be taken
out and this tub" restored to its normal
condition, hearing will I) destroyed
forever; nih cases out of t'-n am caus
ed by c .tarrh. which is nothing but an
iefi.ui.ed condition of the Diurou sur
We will r:v Cue Hundred Miars
for any ease of I iifni-M (,au d by
catarrh) that cannot lr cured by Hail
( .it an h uro.
K .1 CHENEY A CO , l oled... 0.
!-o! i,v Iru'o.t. T V.
li..., 1 .u...y 1 l.U are I he UkU
iMl'icuta that your liver
H oat of ord.-r. T':o
bf t;t medicine to rouso
tin: liver and cure all
the? ills, is lound in
IT rj Mm
old by all medicine dealers.
Spnial to the News.
Mr. Sharpe and family of Whitwell,
wore visitini at Millard Francis Sun
Mrs. Ishnm Ooppinifer was visiting
Mrs. Austin Coppinger Sunday.
Rev. C. .1. Raulston and wife left
Monday for their homo in the Indian
Miss Emma (label spont Sunday with
Miss Amanda Curtis.
Mr. Wnlkor and family in Bridgeport,
Ala., bnYo been isiting at Millard
Jim Sharpe, of Whitwell, is staying
in Dixon Cove now.
Mrs. Will Coppinjrer was visitintr her
mother, Mrs. Austin Coppinger, Tues
Dewltt Sharpn has irono to Whitwell
to go to school. Wonder if he will bo
misled in tho mountains.
Misses Emma Uabol and Amanda Cur
tis went to tho head of Dixon Cove Sun
day afternoon horseback.
Sim Cur'is spent Thursday nijylit
with homo folks. He was on his way to
Rev. Darr preached here last Thurs
Mr. Walker and Miss Ilelle Francis
attended church at Sequacheo Sunday.
Austin Coppinsrer took a load of mel
ons to Whitwoll Monday.
Rev. T. H. Connor will conduct ser
vices here Thursday.
i , Cure Constipation Forever.
Talie Caseaiets Cuudy Cathartic. 10c or l!5c.
If O. C. C. fail to cure, druggists refund money.
Non Kesident Notice.
Attachment case consolidated before
G. W. Coburn, Justice of tho Peace,
It. IJ. Ai.nF.jt vs.' John Howard,
CiAiucuA liuowN vs. John Howard.
It appearing to me that a writ of at
tachment issued in tho above named
case against defendant, John Howard,
who, under oath, is alleged, to be a non
resident of the State so that the ordin
ary process of law can not be sorved up
on him for the recovery of the follow
ing sums, to-wit: 15. It Aider, S5.00;
Gahel fc lirown, a firm com nosed of L.
W. Uabel and R. J. lirown, $7. SO, alleg
ed by the soveral plaintiffs to be due
them from the said John Howard and
said several attachments have been duly
executed by seizure of property of the
defendant and duo return made to me.
It is therefore ordered that publication
of notice be mado for four consecutive
weeks in the Srquaehee Valley News, a
newspaper published in Marion County,
Tenn., requiring the defendant, John
Howard, to appear at.mj olliee in tho
town of Whitwell, Tenn., on September
tho iith at 12 o'clock, IS'.MI, before me, tho
Justice having cognizance of said caso,
and then and there defend the action
commenced against him by attachment,
or otherwise the case will he proceeded
with ex parte as to him.
G. W. C015URN, J. P.
This August 1, lS'JU.
J. W. AULKDOK
It nppearins from the allegation In
complainant's hill which is sworn to
that Margaret Arledgo is a non-resident
of tho State of Tennessee so that
tho ordinary process of law cannot ho
served on her, it is therefore ordered
by the Clork and Master that publica
tion be made for four successive weeks
in tho Se.ijuaclioe Valley News, a news
paper published in Marion County, noti
fying said defundent to appear on or he
fore tho next term of Chancery Court
for Marion County, Tenn., (4th Monday,
August next) and make defence to said
hill or the sumo will bo taken as con
fessed and tho cause set for hearing ex
A. L. Pitts, C. & M.
This July 27, ISO'J.
John M. Chknsiiaw
It apppearing from t ho allegation in
complainant's bill, which is sworn to,
that India Crenshaw is a non-resident
of the State of Tennessee so that the or
dinary process of law cannot bo served
on her, it is thereforo ordered by the
Cleric and Master that publication be
madn for four successive weeks in the
Sequaohee Valley News, a newspaper
published in Marion County, notifying
said dofi-ndent to appear on or before
the next term of Chancery Court for
Marion County, Tenn., (4th Monday
August next,) and make defenco to said
h 11 or the ft'iiuo will be takon as con
fessed and the catiso set for hearing ex
A. L. Pitts, C & M.
This July 27, 1w'.l.
(In the llrsl Monday in September,
IKt'.i, at the courthouse door in the town
of Jasper, Marion County, Tenn., I will
offer for public salo ull the real estate
belong. ng to doling uon t tax payors for
the year lS'N, a description of which
real estate can be seen upon th hooks
in hit oMicp. To be sol I to satisfy de
linqu. nl taxi s aint trie kiuio for tuo
year mentioned. If said sale is not com
pleted on said fir-it Monday In Nentem-
her tho same ill l.e continued from day
today until rom;i. t-,i i.I oe. ur
between legal hour. 1 his August 1.
S 11 I:LLS1UN
GEO. W. LEWIS, Agent
A. McRee is on a visit to
.1. J. Ilnllowny went to Jumper
Dr. .i; A. Walker nttended court
.Lie'? Rowden is having his house
Sam Stewart went to Dunlap
All hut. five or six have return
ed from rourt.
Mr. ?nd Mrs. J. E. Tengue were
in town Saturday.
Whiskey has advanced ten
points pince court.
Mr. Mary Stratton, of Nashville,
in visiting Mrs. E E. Bull.
Mrs. J. B. Martin went to Sequa
chee Wednesday of last week.
J. M. Byers went to the moun
tain for his health Monday.
Ram Stuart went to Dunlap Sat
urday and returned Monday.
Jim Brown and John Albany
went to Grapsy Cove Monday.
Rev, Jeff Shelton will preach at
the C. P. Church next Sunday.
The question in Whitwell pince
court is where can I et a drain?
A. L. Roberson, of Jasper, passed
up Monday on hie way to Pike
Brigpis Lasater is clerking for J.
E. Dyer Charley Price huving re
tired. J. II. Pryor has lumber hauled
to build a house on a lot in this
Mr. Muttson, editor of the Chat
tanooga Press, was in town last
Rev. A. W. White is assisting
in a series of meetings at Chatta
nooga. M. D. Moss is preparing to build
a dwePing house near his place of
Mrs. D. T. Layne has been quite
sick lor a few dayB is pomewhat
Miss Kate Lewis cum6 home Sat
urday. She reports a fine school
at Caroline's Chapel.
Mrs. J. II. Pryor returned from
an extended visit to relatives in
Rhea county last week.
Dr. Morris, of the Pikeville Ban
ner, passed through here Saturday
cn route to Chattanooga.
James Anderson was bitten by a
copperhead snake one day last
week. He is in a critical condi
The meeting at New Hope clos
ed last Wednesday. Tnere were
83 conversions and 54 accsestona to
J. II. Pryor is having lumber
hauled to build two new houses on
the Ketner addition in the south
end of town.
A telephone hne will soon be es
tabliidied from here to Pikeville
The poles are distributed along the
Miss Dora Pryor, of Whitwell,
visited Mrs. Robert Mauzy, the lat
ter part of last and the first of this
week. Dunlap Tribune.
Rev. Frank Hale of Pikeville,
preached at the Hall Sunday and
Sunday night. There were receiv
ed five members by immersion.
Some five or six of our citizens
have temporarily moved to Jasper.
They will stay different lengths of
time according to their merits.
Rev. E. W. Walker, of Sequach
ec passed through here Monday on
his way to Mt. Olivet to assist Rev.
A. D. Stewart in a meeting at that
T. N. Graham attended court
last week as a witness The
Statesman Democrat correspondent
put him down for the wrong posi
tion that of juror.
The members of the M. E.
Church South held a meeting
Tuesday night of la.-t week, and
raised iiionev enough to go on
with the building of the church.
A ii'gro woman was brought here
about a month ago in a eurioiH
I condition. The negroes thotl' hf
, hht. .h . w ii, lt d. She died l-t
. -r , -, , ,
111 '.V '" 'eeii "troOOlliL home to
Boss MiCoy hud the misfortune
to cct H" U"kle dislocated last
Special to the News.
J. D. liillinj,'8ley went to Whitwell
(iroen Layne returned from Rock wood
Miss Kate Lewis wont to Whitwoll
Daniel Hitman wont to Sequacheo
U. U. Harris went to Jasper Tursday.
Miss Alico Dicknon was visiting homo
Anderson Lay no was visiting in this
Miss Mary Pitman went to Victoria
MtssOllio Viniant attended church
at l-jboiifz-r Sunday nij(ht.
Rev. T. II. Connor will begin a pro
tracted meeting attbis place noxt Sun
day. Mr. and Mrs. Epti Pitman visitad in
Seqiiachoe Saturday night and Sunday.
Croon Layno is very Bick with malar
Jeff Lewis and wife wero visiting at
J. I). liiUiugsley s Sunday.
Geo. 11. Lewis and wife wero visiting
at Joe ilurklin'g Sunday.
Will Griffith went to Whitwoll Satur
day. W. A. Levan and family, and T. M
Eiltin and family, of Whitwell, were
visitini; at J. II. Vinzmt's Sunday.
Miss Mattie Jorden went to Victoria
Ask U. G. Harris about the flsb ho
MILLIONS GIVEN AWAY.
It is certainly gratifying to tho pub
lic to know of ono concern in the land
who are not afraid to be generous to
the needy and sulferinir. The propri
etors of Dr. King's Now Discovery for
Consumption, Coughs and Colds, have
given away over ten million trial bot
tles of this great medicine; and havo
tho satisfaction of knowing it has ab
solutely cured thousands of hopeless
casiw. Asthma, Bronchitis, Hoarseness
and all diseases of the Throat, Chest
and Lungs are surely cured by it. Call
on W. 11. ICetner, Druggist, Whitwell,
and get a free trial bottle. Regular
sizo 50c and $1. Every bottlu guaran
teed, or price refunded. 8
Special to the News.
Dry weather still continues.
Mr. L. P. Daniel is some bettor.
Rov. Ilogan will will preach bore
Mrs. Lizzie C indraand children spent
Friday visiting friends and relatives.
Mrs. McLain is some better.
Wo met Sunday evening add orgadiz
ed a prayer meeting.
Wo met Sunday evening and organiz
ed a prayer meeting.
Lillio Walter Hackworth has the fev
er. Mrs. Donallorron is some better now.
Rov. Andy, Charlie and Jim Price
visitod thoir aunt, Mrs. McLain, 8 itur-
School will close hero tho first of
September on account of the new book
law. Tbo direotors think it will be use
less after the books are changed to con
tinue any longer. We regret it stop
ping very much.
Miss Mollie Hackworth caino homo
on a visit last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ah Hudson visited Mrs.
Il.-rron last Sund.iy.
Sunday school ts gotting along nicely.
Mrs. Norman Tato attended Sunday
school here Sunday.
Success to tho News.
Dr. C. 13. FOWLKES,
Office upstairs Hank Iluilding.
MISS LOUISE H. HILL,
Piano & Organ.
JOHN T. RAULSTON,
WHITWELL, : TENN
FOUNDRY 4 MACHINE SHOP.
VALVES and KEPAIU WORK
ItrasH & Iron Castings.
EJj'I'low points sharpened witwoit
IJKAW l.NU TK.MI'Mi.
Vorpllnn4 WhWkrv halfc
iu ttrated withtwt pain or
confincmritt. Cure ff.imnn
Irr.l or mo jiar. B II . VFAL,
M:n'pr I.iOna Srii.r
tllttlum. 11.1 Austtll, C-ft.
ill t.r.tj H. U ivil li L.j
iHT ' " """""" i I f I 2 ti B U U ii U bI llli
ting tte Stomachs antLDowcia of
o nATrzY rnntnins neither
I l.'m in Seed "
lnnrTprl Rrmcdv fofConSfipa
tion. Sour Stomach.Diarrhoca
Worms .Convulsions Jevensh-
OESS and LOSS OF oLBEB
taeSimik Signature of
EXACT COPY OF WRAPPEB.
WHY HOT BOY
jt ABSOLUTELY PURE. j
Try Payne's Extracts
Payne's Liquid Bluing
GOES FURTHER AND 15 THE BEST
ON THE MARKET.
roatocLs. PAYNE EXTRACT CO., Kirksville, Mo.
(Successor to (label & lirown.)
- MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
Rough and Dressed Lumber.
Flooring, Ceiling, Siding.
Always in the Market for Rough Lumber,
(ESTIMATES for buildings furnished on application.
C. P. CllUUClI Kv. (. II. Mack pastor.
Mpotin(f :;rl Sunday atlli'io u. ni. Hiid
7:00 p. tn. Sunday school at1. ):')() a. m.
MISSIONARY IIAI'TIST CilUHCH
No Pastor. Meeting 2nd Sunday at
11 a. id. and 7 p. in Union Sunday
school U a. ra.
M. E. CHURCH, SOUTH A. D. Slow
art, Pastor. Meeting 1st Sunday at
11 a. tn. and 7 p. m. Union Sunday
school at U a. in.
CHRISTIAN CHURCH J. K. J.-hnson,
Pastor. Meetings Saturday before 4th
Sunday at 7 p. m. Sunday school 1 p.
UNITED MINE WORKERS OF AM
erica. No. 287, inets every Thursday
night at 7 p. m. A. L. Rankin, Presi
dent: Kayrtte Sanders, Vice ProHi
dont; lliili Curtis, Secretary; U. M.
CUSTER CONCLAVE. No. -, Undents
of the. White Shield, mt ets e verv Sut
ii : day niul.f at 7 p. m. II. tj. Iin.
It C; K i M il i-fn:, V. R. C; A. V.
White, K. c. ii; a. L. Rankin, R. K; A.
U. Painter. S. T.
WHITWELL LOIM.E, No. 51S. V A. A.
Masons iu" t-t 1st and .ird Saturday
a: 7 p. in ; PiTHtiin iirvnnl, W. M: M.
( Pry..r, S. W; N. N. Rush, J. W;
Toho Tipton, Troas; O. W. Chastain,
OLIVE liRANCII 1.0 DOE. rCO. 52. I. O.
0. U, iiiets every Friday night at
7 o'clock: J. C Lilly, N O: I S.
liitimartuer, V. O; T. P. Dull, Sec.
LAUREL REIIECCA I.ODliE. No. 7.
1. O. O. K, meets evtry Wednesday
nijjht at 7 o'clock: Mrs. Sara'.. Hen
son, N. O: Mrs. Clara Jordan, V. li;
Mrs. Lu Tipton, Sec.
POWHATTAN TRI11E, .Vo, -U, Ind
pen li nt (rj. r of Red Men n.ett -ery
Tuesday nitfbt at 7 o'clo-k: L. S.
ll.iu in partner. Sacbrm; .loo Vai'y, K.
of R: J. C. Ealy, C. K: H. II. Turner,
K. of W.
KNllill l S OP PYTHIAS, No. U me.ts
everv Mondiv ni(fhtt7. W. R. M -Ri
e, C. C; .looepti Cowan, V. C : Joi-i-ph.
Cain, Pr.'. ate; .lohn P..il!arJ. M.
A; Rirh-rd R.hv, M. E. John :
n. M. P; W. A. 1 van. K. li S; D
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Sewing Machines we manufactur and their
prices before you purclimne any other.
THE KEW USVtE SEW1X3 KiCHIXE C3.,
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M.iiiiifiu turirs of....
(4K NiTR A5D MARBLE
Jill KlR4$ cf Cemetery W:rk.
We liariil! the )et of marble,
ami K'v the lnt of workmaiiBliip.
Freight in a larpe ilen in ship
piny; linit lii'.l tnarhle. Ir you pur-tlia.-e
from us we will tuvejuu sev
fral Mo lars.
Wo hive an e jfrt t-nriver tn.1
ciipl'lv ny design or sty lo uf ni
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