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Published at Scguachee, Tenn. llILL .V SON" Km I'm.- i I'cblishehs. Subscription, 50c pep Year. Published Kiry Thursday. Knit-red at the'PoKtoflire in Sequa- .1 - . .., 1 M Al;l M .n.,1. I K ;u.W(i is not responsible iurtne 'opinions of its correspondents, nor for signed communications, anil nothing will lie considered for pub lication w hich is not accompanied by the real name of the writer, not for publication but as an evidence of stood faith. Qr"News -"d a lvertising matter to secure insertion must be handed in befme 12.01) o'clock Wednesday noon, otherwise it may be too late. THURSDAY, AUG. 8,1901. SOMEWHAT OUSCURE. W e were ignorar t of the fact that the first Napoleon and the Emperor Frederick William ol Prussia, were concerned in the ear ly history of Chattanooga, but from reading Henry M. Wiltse's Early Reminiscences of Chatta nooga, in the Chattanooga Times of last Sunday, it would appear that thi-pe noiab'es had had some thing to do with it, though in just what capacity is somewhat obscure And'', from the vagaries of Com positor Merguilhaler, who of course gets the blame, Wiltse gets up a mighty interesting column. The last issue of the Sequacbee Valltv News was an excellent pa per. full to overflowing with well edited local news Pro. Hill's liv er must have been in fine order Jasper Statesman Democrat. The above "pufl" was given us last week, and we hereby tender our grateful thanks, but we are in clined to believe that Bro. Parr's liver he is local editor we under stand also was in such excellent whack that he read the issue conr plimented wilh more than ordin ary favor. Aside from jest, how ever, the constant addition to our mailing lisi of new subscriptions without solicitation on our part, leads us to imagine that every is sue of the News contains a great deal that is entertaining, profitable and interesting to our subscribers in particular and our borrowers in general. If those who have participated in the mad rush for the wild lands of the west had remained quietly in their localities and spent their time and money in purchasing and im proving some local property, how much better r.ff they would have been new. Knowing -the chances against securing a prize in the lot tery insanity must have seized them. lion. W. D. Spears' friends are grooming him for state attorney general. ' Bill" Spears will be hard one to beat if he decides to stand tor toe place. i nere is no better lawyer in Tennessee, and sides Mr. Spears is eminently fit ted for the position iu every way Dunlap Tribune. Wanted A bank, water works, a resident dentist, 5,000 new citi zens. school ot nigu grade, more graded slrtets and side-walks, town nail, new court house and jail, and some two story brick west of the court house. Dunlap Iribune. From the above it would appear that they want a brand new town If it was made a fe'ony not dynamite a stream at hast once to year, in the prevailing spirit of paying no attention to laws per baps the fUh might have at leas half a chance. We pre in receipt of the prize list of th Nashville Horse Show and find it interesting reading. FOK SALE. . i r Any one m-siring a neat and comfortab e homestead, consisting ol a house ot lour rooms scale throughout, with front and back porch, a fine well, '2 acres of gooi: level land, staliie, etc., and in vcrv de-irable 1 cation, will do weli by tailing on or applying for price to Epwam) Rknwick, Whitwell, Tena. L00NEY S CREEK. Special to the News. Samantha baa gathered up Lor cats and will (fie you few items and if her cats should happen to get scattered a (jain don't lot it liother anybody elsp. Mrs. Welch, of Chattanooga, who has Ik en visitinjr Mrs. I), R. Dcukins re t u mod homo Saturday morning. Mrs. SC Price and family, of Section, Alabama, wero visiting her parents last Friday. Mrs. Annie Grayson and children, of Rod Hill visited her parents last Fri doy. Mrs. E. G. Tygart visited her daugh cl ter, Mrs. Lizzie Andes, of Rd Hill last week. Mrs. Ida ltarker is very low with typhoid fever. Mr. J as. Brooks, of Sulphur Spring, is in this vicinity visiting relatives and friends. Mrs. Pryor is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Annie Grayson, of Red Hill. Misses llettie Pryor and May Grant went to Whitwell shopping Friday and came back all smilns. Wonder what they saw. Mr. O. D. Smith and wife, of Sulphur Spring visited Mrs. liottie Smith and daughter, Miss Mary, Sunday. Miss Flora Brooks, of Sulphur Spring, visited Miss May Grant last Monday and Tuesday. Mr. Billy Barber wont to Chatta nooga Friday and returned Saturday with a new wagon. We suppose he got it to haul his big boy in. Messrs Dave Pryor and Luthur Grant entered school at New Hope Monday. Miss Segal Hilliard, of Sulphur Spring, visited Misses Sallle and liottie Looney last week. Mr, 11. L. Doakins and family board ed the train Wednesday of last week en route to Texas. Messrs Joel Looney and Rauson Smith have been hauling rock and pre paring to dig Mr. Looney's well. John L. Tygart visited at J. H Grant's last week. His health seems to be some better. Success to the News and its readers, Samantha. How's This? We olTer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any ease of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall s Catarrh Cure. F. J. CH1SMEY & CO., Props., Toledo, Ohio, We, the undersigned, have known F, J. Cheney for the last fifteen years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions, and financially able to carry out any obligation made by their tirm. W kkt & x KCAx, Wholesale Druggists, . - Toledo, Ohio, Wai.oicx, Kisnan & Makvix, Whole sale druggists, Toledo, Ohio. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internal ly, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Price 75c per bottle. Sold by all druggists Testimonials free. Hall's Family Pills are the best, WHITWELL DIRECTORY. CHURCHES. MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH T. F. Hale Pastor; meetings 2nd Sun day at 11 am. and 7 pm; Sunday school every Sunday at 10 am,, IS. is. itod gers, Supt. M. E. CHURCH, SOUTH J. F. Hash, Pastor. Meeting 1st Sunday at 11 a. in. and 6:30 pm., 3rd Sunday at 11 am and 0:30 pm., 4th Sunday at 11 am Sunday school every Sunday at 9:30 am., M. U liicks, isupt. CHRISTIAN CHURCH J. R. Johnson, Pastor. Meetings Saturday before 4th Sunday at 7 p. ra. Sunday school 9:30 am. M. E. CHUKCtl W. J. W heoier. pas tor; preaching 4th Snnday at b:30 pm at school house on side of the moun tain; Sunday school every Sunday at 9 am., A. u. Paintor, isupt. gjj s. C. P. CHURCH J. W. Folsome, pastor. Mooting are held on every third Sunday on each month at 11 am. and 7 pm. Sunday school every Sunday at 9:30 am. VV. A. Kei.lv, isupt. LODGES. UNITED MINE WORKERS OF AM erica, No. 287, meets every Thursday night at 1 p. m. A. L. Rankin, Presi dent; Favette Sanders, vice Presi dont; Hugh Curtis, Secretary; G. M Spivy, Treasurer. CUSTER CONCLAVE, No. 20, Regents -l. L'Ll(.r . .I ...1 Ol lue cuiriu, uicrta uu ciuu 4th Saturdays at 7 p. in. Jas. Spoigles, R. C; Harry Eggert, V. R. C; John Weddle, R. Chaplain: A. L. Panter, R, T; Emanuel Layne, It. R. WHITWELL LODGE, No. 515, F. .v. A Masons meets 1st and 3rd Saturday at 7 d. mi M. C. Pryor, W. M; H. Baker, S. W; Charles Duke, J. W; M. T. Tipton, Treas; O. W. Chastain, Sec; N. N. Rush, S. D; J. S. Hooper, J. D: B. B. Rodgers, Chaplain; Ed King. Tyler; A. P. Lamb, Sr., and I von Livingston, Stewards. OLIVE BRANCH LODGE, NO. 52, I. O. O. F., meets every Friday night at 7:30 o'clock: C. C Shirley, N. G; C. W. Duke, V. G; T. P. Duff, Uec.Sec; T. M. Eakin, F. Sec; M. D. Moss, Ires. LAUREL REBECCA LODGE, No. 5 I. O. O. V., meets every Wednesday night at 7::l o'clock: Lora E. Smith, N. G; Ella Bryant V. (i; T. P. Huff, Sec; Janie Bispop, Treas. POWHATTAN TRIBE. No. 24. Inde pendent Order of Red Men meets ev erv Tuesday night at 7 o'clock: L. S. Baumgartner, Sachem; Joa Vasey, K of R: J. C. Ealy, C. K: II. II. Turner, K. of W. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS, No. S meets every Mondav at SMWi pm. J. T. Raul- ston. C. C: J. F. Hash. V. C: W. A. Uvan. K. R. S; T. P. Duff. M. E: 1!. Norton. M. F; W. A. Hartman, M A; H. I Layne. Prelate; W. L. Barber, O. G; .1. B. lUvron, I. U; A. T. I'eaj, M. W. WHITWELL DEPARTMENT. GEO. W. LEWIS, Agent. Hoy Jord. n has been sick with We had a fine rain Monday, il s. Dr. II. C. Millie went to Chatta- Dr. J It Gott, ht re Sunday. A largf number of Inman, was went to court at Jasper Moi day. j W. N. Jiyers of Tmcy City, was here one day lust w. ek. i Frank Campbell moved to Se quachee College, Tuesday. j Rev. and Mrs. W. C. Wheeler i were in the citv the wte't. i The thermometer rtgi.-tercd 101 in the shade here Saturday. A. J Willis of South Pi'tsburg. visited Cedar Springs last week. II. G. Erwin and A I ford Parker returned from Petros last Eriday All the de'egates to the Associa tion have returned and report a good time. Mrs. llolman Walker, of Com fort, Tenn., is visiting her mother at tli is place. Miss Birdie Mankin of South" Pittsburg, is here visiting Mrs. W. R. Sartain. Rev. John M. Gerren preaHied at the Baptist church Sunday at 7:30 p m. Rev. J. F. Hash held his regn'ar services Sunday at the M. 1 Church South. Mrs A. II. Blacklock and family, of Blocton, Ala , are here visiting Mrs. B. Baker J. II, Northcut, of Mountain City, came don from the moun tain Thursday. Mrs. J II. Coffelt and children of Comfort, Tenn , are visiting rela tives at this place. Peach Hilliard ran down to Whitwell Sunday and Monday. Dunlap Tribune Deputy county court clerk Gil liam of Jasper, was in town Tues day night of last week. Misses Alverna Miller and An nie Hilliard left Monday for Dech- ard where they will enter school. Miss" Beulah Coppinger, of Lit tle Sequacbee, was in the city from Saturday until Tuesday the g'lest of Miss Lillie Jordan. Col. S. B. Stewart of the metro polis of North Marion, spent Mon day night in the city with' his pa rents. Dunlap Tribune. J. M Price has moved his sovla stand and confectionery store to the Grayson house formerly occu pied by Charlie Ketner. Dr. II. McRee, of Whitwell, has accepted the position of company physician for the Douglass Coal & Coke Co. Dunlap Tribune Will Floyd and Miss Ella Ste venson were married on Tuesday of last week, Rev. A. W. White ofli ating. It was a Gretna Green af fair Mr. J. C. Young, of Pikeville, and Mrs. I). K. Young, ol Victoria, were in the city last week visiting Mrs. W. W. Smith and other rc-'atives. I am not sure but some of our gallant young men will soon visit a certain family on Little Sex quachee as they si em to think that family possesses txtr.i attractions. Mrs. McFerren, and daughter, Miss Mabelle. who have been teach ing music litre for the last few weeks left last Wednesday for Dunlap to teach mu.-ic at that place. Mrs. Hambrick, Mrj. Pullum, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Price, Harry McCray, Fred Duke and otbir re la'ives of this place attended the funeral of Mrs. Jackson Pryor, at Jasper, last Wednesday. DON'T TORACCO SPIT and SMOKE Your Lifeawav! You can cured of any form of tobacci iimi-i? caily, 1 nmtle '.'ll. !!. m.H:n' , f i! ot new life and vicrnr iv tnkire IVO.Ttt.rtn. that mak-s wt-hL m-il t-ruriK. V ny t ,i-i tea pounds ill ten Uuv. liver 8 G tl , Q 1 0 cured. Ail dnti-si euro jr'1 un, , - : 'v- lot tM,l .idvue I Kl' V A -Idn-v-i '-l-KI.IVi KtiltUY CO., Lhlr.ti;.) or N-. a- Vcli. io7 The Slate Teach r' At-Biicia- tion a' Monreagle is Im-relv nt- tcndeil. YOU KNOW WHAT YOU TAKE When you Uk rov-'s TasH-'ess I hill Tonic because th formula is ).'a''lly printed on every bottle fho vin? that it is simpi v iron acd quinine in a tasteless fora. No Cure, No Pay. 5oc. nnoga .Momhtj. H. ('. I ill. of the News, was in the city Saturday. Coi. J.- W Norwood went to Chattauoo-a Tuesday of last week. Ilcv. J. and R. K. She!ton, ol Su'phur Spring, was in the city Saturday. Mrs Pickett if somewhat im proved but she is yet in a criMcal cor dition. J. B Harris brought the first load of WiVaT melons to town on Tuesday of last week, W. C. Adams went to Tracy City hist Thursday to work in the Bank at that place until the Bank opens here. Mr. David Wrighi, of Nashville was in the city a few days last week and the first of this visiting his cousin, Dr, A. T. Peay. Charlie Ketner has moved big goods from the Grayson House to the house known as the Pound Store near Stewart ifc Alley. Deputy Sheriff Sherd Harris has been bunting a cow' for the last few days. Any one giving informa tion will be suitably rewarded. David Davidson died Monday night with typhoid fever. He was buried Tuesday at the Tuague cemetery by the side of his wife. Mrs. Marl Easterly died at her home a short distance above here Monday evening of last week She was the mother of Ab Easter ly, ol tnis place. RED HILL. Special to the News. Mr. Thompson Andes and Ike Ash hurn wont to Whitwell Saturday. Arthur Slatton wont to the mountain to salt his cattle Saturday. Miss Lizzie and Ada White, Effle Andes and Ethel Smith attended church at New Hope Sunday. Rev. J. F. Hash filled his appoint ment Sunday evening at this place. Mr. Luthur Grant, of Looney's Chap el, attended church Sunday evening at this place. Mr. Luther Grant, of Looney's Chap' el attended church Sunday evening at this place. Oh yes, another wedding very, very soon. Thompson Andes said he was going to get married in about three years. He said he would have to go to sc e his girl two years and we suppose it will take him another year to get bis moustache in shape. And perhaps bo will bo old enough to marry by that tiiue. Arden Molton lost his heel at Red Hill Sunday. It was his shoe heel. Mr. Joe Condra and Will Smith of Whitwell attended church Sunday evening at this place. The farmers all say that the grass- boppor3 are doing considerable dam age to their crops. The boys all say they are going to court this week. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Brorno Quinine Tablets. All drusrsists rofund the money if it fails to cure. E. VV. Grove's signature is on each box. 2rc. ATTENTION JUSTICES! We carry in stock al kinds of blank writs a lowest prices. Call on us when you need any warrants, &c. THE NEWS, Sequachee, Tenn. vkV! 50 YEARS' experience m n -I i "a i OES.G.NS 't ffi Copyrights & c Annn"l.!lt t KliHrh and drucnpn.." n OnJ.'Klf -.,.Ttam our .ini-n trr wh.-ihc-r nil . a.nf l ..l,tl.lllllnt. II H'.-'k I'rt.'UlU . ntn- i.-, : u-: I'i.l.-l i:m... f. wuririvilfiii". I'iimi'k iiin ibruirn M in" r-. tj.. Ml nn , i-'Ut. t ''---C III L" ' ScititJiflc Jlnarunn. A hiiilnnn'ClT lllil'rnt,.1 will. I nn-i-l rtr rnMi.'ii i f " f.M. -.iilic- ). urnal. Ins ,r; li:rK, 'Jii,tL iviM Pfn." Hickory Grove- Special to the News. We came very near havin? w arno -r the Burnet school house last S.lurduy. If the rocks hadn't given out wh-n lliry did tliern would have been hoi time in tho old town Saturday night. There was a Rwrial train run from ni-ar Hickory Grove to New Hope Sun day night. It was tho lightning ex prtiss. Mrs. Wash Vku and family tttund meeting at New Hope Sunday night. Prof. Cal Piikett, went to Chatta nooga Sunday with a lln drove of sheep, Miss Dora Shelton was visiting her aunt, Mrs. Ruth Grayson Sunday. Mr. H. C. Grayson wont to Whitwell one day last woek on special business. We see that Jim Ilrooks is able to bo out again. ' John Lay and sister were visiting Misses Callio and Cora Hudson last Saturday and Sunday. "Old Pap" was visiting II. B. Farior Monday. j Miss Flora Brooks went to Whitwell Saturday via Mr. J. H. Grant's. Five boys from Whitwell broke in U. J. liailey's water melon patch Sunday taking everything from tho sat of a bird egg to the size of half a bushel. J. A Anderson, Mrs. Martha Ridge, , J. Bailey, Mr. Holloway and Mr. Vandorgriff went to Whitwell Monday. Mr. Howard Grant looked like he wanted to go to Whitwoli Monday. Sam Hackworth went to mill Mon day before breakfast. John Bailey and wife were visiting at New Hope Sunday. George Vandergrifl wont to Whit well. Oliver Brown wont to Chattanooga Saturday. Fletcher Brown, of Georgia, was in Chattanooga, Ike Hudson is taking musio lessons on a $2$0 piano. Mrs. Fanny Anderson, of near Chat tanooga vibited at Mr. J. H. Grant's Monday morning. Had you hoard about Mr. Grant's cow running away. 1 bad. You can't guess what made Luther Grant ride so straight Monday. Messrs, Geo, Thorpe, Jim liicks and Henry Vandorgriff went to Whitwell Tuesday. Mrs. Dollio Parker went to Whitwell Monday. J. II. Hudson went to Jasper Monday. Mrs. Mary Vandergrifl is visiting rel atives near Brown's Chapel, Andy Holloway visited A. A. Hollo- way Sunday, Misses Gorrie and Annie Hicks were visiting Miss Lillie Holloway Sunday. Frkk Bum. 7 V . This signature is on every box of the genuine Laxative BrOmOQuiuine Tablets the remedy that mire a cold In one day Over 20,000 voters qualified to p irticipate in the railroad' elect" ion at Nashville. Hungarian millet 18 being raised extensively in Coffee county. WANTED ! TO BUY A BOTTLE OF Dr. Tichenors Antiseptic. The MOST WONDERFUL HEALING COMPOUND of tha Nineteenth Century. Preserves the flesh wlren wounded. Prevents in flam . ation and suppuration, and heals almost like magic. Pleasant as Perfume and as Cooling as a Breeze from Greenland's Icy mountains. Only 50 cents hy all upto date druggists. Write us on a postal for Free Sample hy mail. Sherrouse Medicine Co., NEW ORLEANS, LA. gtgoi i institute Staining Mml JASPER, TENN. Thk Session is divided into two terms. First Term begins htr 4th. Second Term begins January 15th. FACULTY. W. C. Wii.i.iamx 'underbill Teacher of Latin ami Creole. S M. Col.l.ixi. H. A., M. K. i'anJfriJl - T.-m iii r of Mutueinatic. Miss El.I.KN Aimtl ri.., I I. and It. A. Virginia Stale Xormat, and Ward Seminary Lady Principnl and Teacher of Kn?lmh and History. Miss IliMA CltAHliK, M. Ij. lieorgia Southern 1-emalt College Teacher of Prim ary Ijepartuoent. Miss Ai m v Oi.ivki:, Hachelor of M usic J'tite'i College and Cincinnati! Conserv atory t) Miute Teacher of Vocal and Instrumental Music. Miss Mkadk Kmkhhon Birmingham .s.m.mirr Teacher of Elocution and Art, Water I olors, Oils, Pastels, (.'rayon and Charcoal lirawinj?. For further information apply tn W. C. WILLIAMS. Principal, JASPER, TENN. r r.nn Till Q R B 1 1 I il g g i uii u iii BOVELS ri'jrnlnr, liealthy movement of Oi i 1 oii ro l:l or v 1 1 1 ifri jMHi ,- V,'iIm.'i. n.!.i.ti'.Ti.-.-ty ul kwewe lh bwl cl.urnn-1 ill-nil t"1"' CANDY 13 CATHARTIC EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY "I J." ..!.-.. i--', ..r liriiM.. in. r. nil w f"" i,. r l.,.x. UnM U.r Irt-a uin.t , wl liookU-t on IiimUii. Aii.hoss sth:i i(I RKHKitr nmwsv, rumi-o KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN MINERAL SPRINGS. Kprcial to the Nows. Wo have some hopo of bread now. We are glad to sco Mr. Hcnnlnger, who has been sick for the past week, out again. Miss Maggie Horn, of Bridgeport, Ala bama, is visiting relatives at this place. Miss Uettie Hicks, of Jasper, was the guest of Mattie ICato Turner last Fri day. Mr. P. Mitchell went to South Pitts burg Monday. Mr. A. VV. Urown's saw mill is ready for work. Harris & liro. have charge of the water melon market. Prof. Williams, of Jauper, was in our i vicinity lust week in the intorest of his school. 1 Wo understand that Dr. Shelton is trying to fngage50 bushels of corn for his bread, his corn crop being a failure. Inman has gone to work in full blast. Mr. D. Peck said he intended to look him out a girl Satuaday night at the ico cream supper. Mr. Pottis was asked when be would lay by bis crop and he said that was his business. He said would plow as long as he wanted to. Mr. Joe Harris is thinking about dig ging him another well. He said be did I not care for running bis business into the ground. ; Mr. J. C. Kilgoro said he intended to go over in the Ridges until he found him a wife. j Miss Maggie Horn, of Bridgeport, , visited the school at Mineral Springs last Monday. Everything looks refreshing after the rain Monday evening. Ice cream supper at this place Satur day night. Everybody is expecting a big time and they are going to have it without doubt. Tbey say they are go ing to have ico cream, lemonade and ' other refreshments and also expect ! mimic nt t.lm vnrv host. We beard most i . , , tl)ev were corQing j and we are sure that the boys will j com0 ioy9 this is your chance. Now jet everv body come. Oi.n Farmku. The Best Prescription for Malaria Chills and Fever is a bottle of Grove's Tastki.fbs Chill Tonic. It is simply iron and quinine in a tasteless form No cure no pay. Price 50c. Everybody and His Wife in-