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VOL. VIII.
SEQUACHEE, TENN., THURSDAY, JULY 4, 1901.
NO. 48
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FORMALLY
RATIFIED
SAME SCALE AS
BEFORE.
Miners and Operators Sign
Wage Contract.
Birmingham, July 2. The miners
and operators of the Birmingham
district met in joint conference here
this afternoon and formally Bigned
up the wagg agreement for the com
ing year. The agreement is a re
newal of last year's contract, with
the additional statement that such
conditions as have arisen within the
past year and which were not pro
vided for in the original agreement,
shall be adjusted by arbitration.
The miner's convention , met first,
convening at I o'clock in Fox's hall. )
The reports from the various camps
show that a large majority had voted j
to renew last year's contract. The i
convention then took a vote on the
contract question with the result that ;
155 votes were cast for the
dS " .
inent and 20 against it.
were absent.
Seven locals
. VV. W. Frater Dead.
We regret to hear of the death
of W. W. Frater, which occurred
at the Erlanger Hospital in Chat
tanooga, at 8.40 a. m. Sunday, June
30th.
He was the oldest son of Capt.
and Mrs. Marv Frater of Vic
toria, and was born at McKees
port. Pa., July 31, 1855 and there
fore was 45 years and 11 months of
age at the time of his death. He
was married to Miss Read, sister
of Samuel R. Read, proprietor of
the Read House, Chattanooga, who
with four children survive him.
He had been ill for some months,
and was obliged to give up all bus
iness and abandon his former borne
at Sbellmound, and his family has
been located at Jasper, Tenn
Ig hag been identified with Ma
rton oounty in many official capac-
Hies and was highly esteemed by
the peopl? of the county.
The remains were brought out
from Chattanooga Monday, and
the interment was made at the
Pryor graveyard near Whitwell,
where his mother w buried. The
burial was in charge of Whitwell
Lodge, Ko. 115, F. & A. Masons,
M,. C. Pryor, W. M , lie v. J. D
Jlauie performing the burial service
at the grave which is near that of
his mothet.
A large attendance of friends and
neighbors evidenced by their pres
ence their esteem for Mr. Frater
and sympathy for his bereaved rel
atives, wife and children.
Kobbed of $45.
Last week we omitted to mention
that Mr. J. B. Martin, the popular
harness maker at Whitwell, had been
robbed 'on the night of June 19.
The thief entered Mr. Martin's room
while he was asleep, and carded off
his pants in a pocket of which was
a canvass bag containing the mon
ey, four ten-dollar bills and balance
small change. Both pants and bag
were found next morning in the yard
in front of hi9 house, but the money
wan crnne. The thief has not been
discovered yet.
, ' Stop he Cough
id Wrk Off the Cold,
Lasative liromo-(uinine Tablets cure a
pold in one day, No Cure, No Pay.
I'rlce 25 cent.
rvir tiftv towns in the state ceie
brate to-day.
Tracy City.
Special to the News.
C. A. Nolan and son, Michael, of
Birminghan, Ala., are here attends
ing the bedside of Mr. Nolan's
mother, who is seriously ill.
A. M. Shook has returned to
Birmingham after spending a few
days here at his summer home with
his family.
A. S. Morton, cashier of the Ten
nessee Ccal, Iron and Railroad Co.,
of Birmingham, was in town Tues
day.
Prof. G. C. Partin, of Monteagle,
spent a few hours with friends
here Tuesday.
Miss Minnie Barnes, after spend
ing a week with the Misses Henson
returned to Chattanooga Monday.
Miss Daisy Bennett, of Dechard,
is visiting her aunt, Mrs. L. M.
Hines this week.
Mrs. E. 0. Nathursthas returned
home alter an extended visit to
friends in Nashville.
Joe Vaeey, national organizer ot
the United Mine Workers of A
merica and J. f. Bowden, district
deputy were here in the interest of
their organizations this week.
Rev. C. S. Ladd has returned to
this place and taken charge of the
Baptist church.
The ladies o( the Cumberland
Presbyterian church gave an ice
cream supper on the beautiful and
spacious lawn surrounding tne
KniKhtg of Pythiag ha Tuegday
evening which was a social as well
fl0:ai olirnt!a
W. F. Tyler purchasing agent of
the Tennessee Coal, Iron and Rail
road Company, of Birmingham,
Ala., wps here this week.
Shipped Cotton
Recently we made the acquaint
ance of Mr. Stephen Hicks, who has
lived in the valley all his life, and
who now resides with his son-in-law,
II. A. Peck, near the Francis Spring.
He is thoroughly posted on the
events of this section for the past
century, and he informed us that in
1838 a Mr. Kelley and others, cot
ton raisers, made up a large cargo of
cotton, loaded it onto a flat boat on
the Sequacliec River, and took it to
New Orleans themselves and sold it-
He also said that shipments by wa
ter from the Seouachee River to
Jpiusiana. ports at that time aud la
ter were quite frequent, which is a
strong argument that as the Se
quachee River was formerly navtea-
me it could be made so again, and
although the U. S. Engineer in 1891
taking his observation from a -rail
road car, reported to Congress against
the project urged at the time, stil
witn tms eviaence m view it seems
that Sequachee River could be racje
navigable if n,p,t aH ftf the way to
Dunlap at least part of the way.
White Man Turned Yellow.
(.treat consternation was felt by the
friends of M. A. Hogarty of Lexington,
Ky., when they saw he was turning yel
low. His skin slowly changed color, at
so his eyes, and be suffered terribly
His malady was Yellow Jaundice. He
was treated by the best doctors, but
without benefit. .Then he was advised
to try Electric Bitters, the wonderful
Stomach and Liver Remedy, and be
writes: "After takintt two bottles
was wholly cured." A trial proves its
matchless merit for all Stomach, Liver
and Kidney troubles. Only 50c Sold
by W. A. Turner, Victoria.
Whitwell Drutf Co., Whitwell.
A certain man in town refused to
contribute anything to help build a
tence around the cemetery, arcuintr
that there is no need to fence in a
graveyard, as the people who are in
an't get out and the people who are
out don't want to, get tx. PikeyiUe
Banner.
CORDOVA COFFEE
is the best. You can buy it
from W. A. Turner, Victoria,
two pounds for '25c; one pound,
13c.
Pleasant Grove.
pecial to the News.
Corn crops are looking well in
his section.
The farmers are laying by their
corn and getting ready to thresh
wheat.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bible of this
lace, visited at Jasper Sunday.
Prof. 11. E. Tate, of Sequachee,
visited relatives at this place Satur
day and Sunday.
Mrs. M. V. Coffelt of South Pitts
burg, visited friends and relatives at
this place last week.
Mrs. Isabella Lewis and charming
daughter, visited Mrs. Jno. Dame
hursday.
Misses Maud Dame and Hattie 0'-
ISeal are attending the Institute at
Jasper this week.
Walter Dame has the grippe and
it grips tight.
The smallpox at Jas. Griffith's arc
reported about well.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Quarles called
at Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Dames Sunday
evening.
Young Epperson is all smiles. I
wonder what is going to happen?
C. R. Rogers made a business trip
to Jasper Saturday.
Mr. G. M. Dame is on the sick
ist this week.
Born to Mr. and Mr. Charles Ben
nett a boy.
Success to the News and its read
ers. Old JUah.
Not Let Out.
Dr. II. W. Griffith, of Jasper, the
county physician, called at our office
yesterday, having come up for the
purpose of fumigating and disinfect
ng the Henderson house. He says
Mr. and Mrs. Henderson and two of
their children are perfectly recover
ed, but the two other children have
sores which are not yet healed and
he therefore thinks it better to have
them remain isolated a few days
longer.
The statement in the Chattanooga
Times of Tuesday relative to small
pox cases was not correct and mis
lead us to make the statement which
appears on our second page. There
is really no smallpox existinj on the
authority p the County Physician
LATE LOCALS.
Keep cool if you can.
Murray Anderson left for Chattanooga
today.
Rel II cfuts is on the sick list this
week.
The ladies of the town have taken up
equestrienne-ism,
Mac Burnett and family attended the
picnic at Whitwell to-day,
Very few went to the I'nlon picnic at
Whitwell on account of the extreme
heat.
Work at the Handle Works to day is
confined to setting up and changing lo
cation of lathes.
Henry Kent completed the fitting of
the Pearson store, to be occupied by J.
L. Scbultz & Co., Wednesday.
S. II. Wells brought us some excel
lent potatoes Friday. Henry very pro
perly complains of too much flesh these
days. He weight 264 lbs.
The evidences of patriotism in Se
quachee today areithe decorations at the
the residence of the News force and at
Mr. Hartzell's otherwise genoral apathy
is in command.
Modern Pills.
The' day of powerful drastio pills is
past and oveyrone who is troubled with
torpidity of the liver, constipation,
headache or indigestion may well be
thankful that It is. Every modern
famly medicine chest should contain a
supply of Hood's Pills, tbe modern
cathartics. While gentle and mild in
action,, they re thoroughly efiioient
and cur biliouiness, indigestion, sick
headache and otner trouble, due to a
deranged condition of the stomach, liver
or bowels.
GOLD MEDAL FLOUR
the best made only 55c per
sack at W. A. Turner's, Victoria.
Upper Sulphur Spring.
Special to the News.
Rev. J. D. Dame preached a very
interesting sermon here ounrtay
evening. A large crowd was pres
ent.
Rev. W. C. Wheeler and family
visited here last week.
Quite a number of young folks
from here attended church at Loon
ey's Creek Sunday night.
Mr. Bob Smith and sister, Mrs.
Erastus Phelps, of Dunlap, were vis
iting here last week.
Miss May Grant of Looney's
Creek, spent Thursday night at Mrs.
Will Shelton's.
Miss Lassie Brooks went to Whit
well Wednesday shopping.
Mrs. T. A. Shelton went to Whit
well Saturday.
Mr. Jim Lmith of Mullins' Cove,
spent Saturday night with his grand
father, Mr. Bob Smith.
Miss Segil Hilliard will spend a
few days on the mountain.
Ask Mr. Jim Bryson if he got
his head fast in the fly screen Sunday
night.
Misses Dora Shelton and SaUie
Brown were accompanied by two I
popular young men Sunday evening.
Ask Mr. Sam Pryor why he did
n't take Miss Lena home in the bug
gy Sunday eve.
Mr. Lewis Carlton and Misses Del-
la and Stella Carlton and ilora
Brooks attended church at Looney's
Creek Sunhay morning.
Misses Tula Grayson and Jessie
Stone were visiting Mrs. Geo. Bry
son Saturday and Sunday.
Ask Miss Willie Prigmore why
she backed out of going to church
Sunday night.
Messrs. Jim, Ed and Willie Alder
and Estill Gott of Oak Grove, attend-
church here Sunday.'
Messrs. .Jim Harris and Marshall
Joe Davis went to the mountain Sun
day. They said they killed a big
snake.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Will Shel
ton Friday a fine girl.
Mr. G. D. Smith and wife went to
Whitwell Saturday.
Misa Dora Shelton was the guest
of Misses Flora and Lassie Brooks
Sunday.
Mr. Kelly Baily and family visited
relatives near Dunlap Friday and
Saturday.-
Miss Stella Carlton is thought to
be taking the fever.
Miss Hallie Smith visited Miss Do
1 ra Shelton Tuesday.
Mr. Fred Raulston attended the
croquet party Saturday evening.
Misses Lena Smith and Laura
Prigmore visited Miss Emma Bry
son Tuesday.
Mr. Geo. Ealy of Snnnyside, spent
a few days with his father last week
Little Robe.
Good Cough Medioine.
Many thousands have' been restored
to health and happiness by the use of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. If af
flicted with any throat or lung trouble
give it a trial for it is certain to prove
beneficial. Coughs that have resisted
all other treatment for years, hays,
yielded to this remedy apd. perfect
health has been, restored, Cases that
seemed, hopeless, that the climate of
famous health resorts failed to benefit,
have been permanently cured by its
use. For sale by Coldwell & Chaudoin.
Election Commissioners.
Friday last Gov. McMillin ap
pointed B. E. Tatum, of Jasper, D.
T. Layne, of Whitwell, and J. W.
Morrison of Whitwell, to be election
commissioners.
BEST BLUING.
You can get one bottle of best
bluing you ever saw for 10c.
Worth ten boxes of the dry
bluing that cost you 50c. Try
it. For sale by W. A. Turner,
Jasper Brevities.
"
Miss Ellen Anderson is visiting
friends in town this week.
W. S. Anderson, well known here
recently died in Mississippi.
Russ Tryor and family have re
turned from a short visit to relatives
at Birmingham.
Misses Etta and Emma Hoge, of
Ebenezer, are visiting their Bister,
Mrs. Kelly, this week.
Atty. Austin Ilall.'of Jasper, ran
down with the K. of P. crowd from
j the upper valley Tuesday. Dunlap
Tribune.
Miss Ellen Deakins, of Jasper, who
has been teaching at Bethany, has
been the guest of Miss Florence
Smith this week. Dunlap Tribune.
Mrs. William Frater was called to
Chattanooga Thursday morning to
the bedside of her husband, who was
very low.
The Best Prescription for Malaria
Chills and Fever is a bottle of Gkovk's
Tasteless Chill Tonic. It is simply
iron and quinine in a tasteless form
No cure no pay. Price 50o.
A New York firm secured the
contract to put in a 134,000 light
and water system at Winchester.
His Idea of Joyous June.
Bob Taylor's descriptions of the
seasons are most beautiful and to
pick them out would belike pick
ing the most beautiful diamond
out of a tray of the same karat and
water. What can be more beautN
ful and poetic that the following
description of a June morning,
which is the picture of a delight
ful spot where he wrote 'Senti
ment," on the Nolachucky river:
"I saw June unbar a gate of ros
es, and the sweet scented morning
came forth from tbe pavilion of
enamored night, bearing in her
girdle of light the keys to a thous
and heavens I saw her kindle a
sun in every dew drop, and touch
the waiting hills with glory; I
caught the odor of honeysuckles,
aud the note of a lark as it rose
exultant from the meadows. I saw
the glimmer of painted wings
among the clover blossoms, and
heard the hum of teeming bees,
rich with, the spoils of plundered
beauty. I heard a. redbird sound
his lute, and a thrush thrill his
madrigals of love in a tangled tree
top; I heard the oriole ring his sil
ver bells in the dusky chambers of
the forest; 1 saw the green trail of
a winding river and heard the low
music of its joyous waters, dashing
among the rocks of distant rapids.
I beard the shouts and splashes
of noisy boys down at the old
swimming hole, under the spread
ing elme; I saw a lovesick lad
meet his sweetheart down in a
shady lane and take her girlish
hand in his and kiss her under the
locust bloom. A jaybird sat on a
hicko.rv limb, and he winked at
me and I winked at him. It car
ried me back thirty Junes to the
hanDV davs when I was fond of
the Bhady lane. Oh, beautiful
dream, maker, voluptuous June,
sweet enchantress of the sun; Eden
builder of the world: there is
magic in tny loucn wmea mens
the icicles in the veins of age and
makes the tropic bhTod of youth
. .1 1 .L. li-
run roses."
WANTED Trustworthy men and wo
men to travel and advertise for old es
tablished house of solin financial
standing. Salary. ?780 a year and ex
nonppii. all navable in cash. No can
vassinir reouired. Give references and
eneloH gelf-addressed envelope. Ad
drfta Manager. 355 Caiton llldg., Chi
cago.
OAOTOI1IA.
Boart li
Biatu
yf IM Miu im run
Ihi K;nf Ton Ham Km Bern
Larkin is
visiting
m
Ken-
tucky.
Mrs. William Henderson died here
Monday of last week.
Arthur I lavron and family have
moved to the mountain.
Mrs. S. B. Deakins and family
have "gone to the mountain."
Miss Middie Becne of South I'itts
burg, is visiting friends here.
The largest number of teachers on
record are enrolled at the Institute.
M. M. Allison and family arrived
in Jasper Friday to spend the heated
term on the mountain.
Miss Annie Loyd, who has been
visiting the family of W. D. Spears,
returned to her home last week.
Mrs. Graham Alley and .children,
Nashville, visited her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. D. Deakins, last week,
Misses Ida Beene, Abbie William
son, Ildttie Gardner and Grace Beene
of South Pittsburg, are attending
the Institute.
The Teacher's Institute, which con
vened here last week, has been merg
ed into a Normal School with a four
weeks course under competent teach
ers. Much Reading for Little Money.
The New York World has got the cost
of printing down to a minimum. Its
latest offer of its monthly newspaper-'
magazine is interesting if from no other .
cause than that it shows tbe acme of
"how much for bow little."
The Monthly World is a 32-page mag
agine with colored cover. Its pages
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A feature each month is a full pago
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Iu collecting and preparing for pub
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The New York World will send six
umbers of this newspaper-magazine
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Address The World, I'ulitzor Building,
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TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
Farming, limbered or mineral
Lands,
or Water
for Sale.
Powers
The Nashville, Chattanooga & St.
Louis Railway proposes to use its best
fforts to induco a good clans of immi
grants to settle in territory contiguous
to its lines, and attention of capitalists
seeking Manufacturing Sites or Mining
Property. It therefore solicits the sup
port, the co-operation and the assistance
of tbe people of every county through
which its lines pass. The management '
earnestly requests that all persons who
have farms forale or lease, those who
have timbered lands, water powors or
mineral lands for sale, will send a brief
dlscrlption of the same to the railroad
agent nearest them, giving the prices
and terms of sale. The prices must
correspond with the prices asked of lo
cal buyers. The management does not
propose to aid in selling land to immi
grants at exorbitant or speculative pri
ces. Large tracts suitablo for colonization.
at low prices, are especially wanted.
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Industrial and Immigration Agent.
Ii. V. SMITH.
Traflic Manager,
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BEST PEAUL MEAL
at W. A. Turner's, Victoria, on
ly Gc per bu.
Mrs.
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