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IM IU.IMIK.lt AT Sequachee, Marion County, Tenn. KVKKV TMfliMI.W. m t HILL & SOX, Lihtoi: ami i'l iii.isiii:i: Subscription Price, 50o a Year in Advance. O".s"ow and advertising matter to .se cure insertion must be handed in before 12 o'clock each Wednesday, or it may be too la to (or publication. Tub Nkws will not be responsible for the opinions of its correspondents, nor for Digued communication, and nothing will bo considered for publication w hich ia not accompanied by the real name of the writer not for publication, but as an evidence of good faith. THURSDAY, Al (il'ST ".), 11)01, SKQUACIIEE'S GROWTH. Ihe census lately taken of this the 24th school district, nhows a gain of 58 white scholars ami 11 col ored, making the census for the year laui, white 2U, colored 21. Total school population, 300. At the same time the general iioi ulation was enumerated and within the same limits the present gross population is 553, and we are told that many others would cast their lots in this town if they could secure house room. Another railroad here now would be the means of developing the pres ent town into a city. There hug come under our no tice a copy of the Union Mine Workers Journal, the official organ of the U. M. VV. of A., published at Indianapolis, which, after a care ful examination, we discover to be a very interesting journal. It is certainly not mealy-mouthed in hs gerting the rights of union labor, and a special feature is its corres pondence from various points. A letter from Petros, Tenn.. where Joe Cain, formerly of Whit well, Tenn., is now located, gave us several points of information about the place and industry, The auth; r of the following touching lines, going the rounds of the press, has been discovered to be Carolyn Wells, who lives down east somewhere. The verse reads : A tutor who tooted the flute. Tried to teach two young tutors to toot. Said the two to the tutor, "Is it harder to toot or To tutor two tooters to toot?" Last year the markets of New York paid as revenue into the city treasury $258,000 from rents, ex clusive of $48,000 collected from stalls and privileges in Wallabout market, Brookly n, and 83,000 from market cellar rents, a total of more than 8300,000. The weather bureau, as usual, fails. "The excessive rains are thf heaviest on record," but this is not the only time the aforesaid bureau has made the same remark. It's chronic with it. How's This? We oiler One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHEXEY & CO., Props., Toledo. Ohio We, the undorsigned, 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 mado Dy tneir nrm. Wkst iTiilAX, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio W Al.OK.v, Kinnan & Makvin, Whole sale druggists, Toledo, Ohio. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internal ly, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. l'rico 75c per bottlo. Sold by all druggists .testimonials tree. Hall's Family fills are the best, OBITUARY. Mrs. Xancy Tioyd, wife of J. A. Uoyd or Victoria, died August IU, 1901. She was the daughter of James Lewis and born Jun. 25, l?r,o; was married April 19, 1877, and leaves her husband and ten living children Tillman, Asa, Allie Jerry, Frater, Laura, liradford, Grace Keece and Mrs. Annie Layne all resid ing in thi county. There was one other child, Gertrude, who died in infancy. She was a good wife and mother, and is sincerely lamented. She was a mom V. . ..t i . . ... u.ir ui r.. cnurcn, joining is years ago, Put was previously in her infancy in iu same cuun-h, ana lived a consis tont I bns'.ian life. Her funeral took place Aug. 17th, an services were conducted by Rev. J. 1 nasn, 01 MDitwell and the interment was maile at Sardis graveyard. A nu roerous attendance of neighbors and menus were present to show the re ipect to a worthy woman, and the irm patby of the community goes out to bor oereaved husband and children. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Bronio ijuinine Tablets. J All druggists refund the money if it ails to euro. E. W. Grove's signature ii on each box. - V.. PIQPLES "yij wife had pimple ou her lace, but he has Iwx'ii ukiutf L'AM'AKKTS and they have nil (li.saiMan;d. X Und been troubled with cousttpuiion for some lime, but after tak ing the first ( asean't 1 have had no trouble with this ailment. We cannot hhmiI too high ly of Cuscureis ." KHKD VV AK'IHAN. r70H (;rrjantowu Ave.. rhilwltlptiia. Pa. Pleawint, Palatable. I'nient, Time tiood. Ho Good, Never Sicken, Weaken, or Gripe, 10c, Ikc.jUc. ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... Sl.rJI., ltrfd, foapanr, ( hlnno, Monti-rat, Sew V.rk. 114 NO-TO-BAC Sold and gmirnntppd bv all ririiK Ki.W U tl'JE Tulmcco llubit. RED KILL Specialito the Xows. Miss Fannio Raulston. the assistant school poacher of this place, Is visiting bomefolks in South rittsourg. Miss MyrtltrLasater, of Tracy City, is visiting relatives at this place. Mr. Will Shirley, of Wbitwell, attend ed church at this place Sunday. Mr. Joe Condra passod up on the train Saturday evening on his way to visit bomefolks. Mr. LasterTato and wife of Wbitwell, attended quarterly meeting at this place. Ask Iko Ashburn if laughing is catch ing. John Slatton went down tbo road Sun day night. Where did you go, John? Ask Arthur Davis what that girl said to him tho other night that made him look so sad. Mr. (Juss Duke and Mr. Will Smith, of Whitwell, called to see their best girls at this placo. Miss hliza Moore, of Cedar Spnng.was 1U Luis ViCMllLV ciitburuav mm ounuav. I She camo down to attend quartorly meeting. . . . . .. T)id von hear about Arthur Davis fa 1- ing the ditch the other night while walking with his best girl? She says she never, never heard such groaning in all her life. Miss Grace Condra, Stella Golston find lieulah Condra, of Cedar Spring, attend ed church at this place Monday. Astounded the Editor. Editor S. A. lirown, of lionnettsvilln, S. C, was once iinmcnsoly surprised. 'Tbroutrh lone sufierinu from Dvspeo- sia," he writes, "my wite was greatly run down. She had no strength or vig- or and suffered great distress from her stomach, but she tried Electric Hitters which helped her at once and after us ing four bottles, she is entirely well, can eat anything. It's a grand tonic, and its gentle laxative properties, are plendid for torpid liver. For Indiges tion, Loss of Appetite, Stomach and Liver troubles it s a positive, guaran teed euro. Only 50c at W. A. Turner s, Victoria, and Whitwell Drug Co., W'hit- woll. Jas. Morrison, N. li. Moore and M. I). Moss, prominent citizens of this placo, were at Dunlap hotels last week. WHITWELL DIRECTORY. CHURCHES. MISSIONARY BAPTIST ClllTRClI- T. F. Hale Pastor; meetings and Sun- day at 11 am. and 7 pm; Sunday school every Sunday at 10 am., li. B. Rod- gors, Supt. M. E. CHURCH, SOUTH J. F. Hash, Pastor. Meeting 1st Sunday at 11 a. m. and r: :;l pm., 3rd Sunday at It am. and tr.'M pm., 4th Sunday at 11 am, Sunday school every Sunday at 'J:!i(l am., M. L. Hicks, Supt. CHRISTIAN CHHRCH J. R. Johnson, Pastor. Meetings Saturday before 4tb Sunday at 7 p. m. Sunday school 0::J0 am. M. E. CHURCH W. C. Whoeier, pas tor; preaching 4th Snnday at 0:80 pm, at school house on side ot the moun tain; Sunday school every Sunday at "Jam., A. L. Fainter, nupt. , C. 1 . CHURCH J. W. Folsome, pastor. Meeting are held on every third Sunday on each month at 11 am. and 7 pm. Sunday school every Sunday at ::10 am. V. A. Kkm.y, Supt. LODGES. UNITED MINE WORKERS OF AM erica, Xo. '2S7, meets every Thursday night at p. m. A. L. Rankin, Presi dent; Favetto Sanders, Vice Presi dent; Hugh Curtis, Secretary; G. M. Spivy, Treasuror, CUSTER COXCLAVE, Xo. ', Regents of the White Shield, meets 'Jud and 4th Saturdays at 7 p. m. Jas. Speigles, R. C; Harry Eggert, V. R. C; John Weddle, R. Chaplain; A. L. Panter, R. 1; Lmanuel Layne, R. R. WHITWELL LODGE, Xo. 515. F. A. A. Masons meets 1st and :ird Saturday at 7 p. tn: M. I., l ryor, . M; li. Raker, S. W; Charles Duke, J. W; M. J. lipton, lreas; O. u. Chastain Sec; X. X. Rush, S. D; J. S. Hooper, J. 1); 1!. H. Rodgers, Chaplain; Ed King. Tyler; A. P. Lamb, Sr., and I- von Livingston, Stewards. OLIVE BRANCH LODGE, NO. 52, I. O. O. meets every Friday night at 7::io o clock: (. C Shirley, N. li; C. W. Duke, V. G; T. P. DulT, Roe.See; T. M. Lakin, i. Sec; M. I). Moss, Tres. LAUREL REBECCA LODGE. Xo. 57. I. O. O. F., meets every Wednesday night at 7::.0 o'clock: Lora h. Smith, X. G: Ella Bryant V G; T. P. Duff, Sec; Janie Bispop, Treas. POW HATTAX TRIBE, Xo. '. Indi penitent i nler ol Uej Men meets ev ery Tuesday night at 7 o'clock: L. S. B.iur.igartner, Saehem; .loo Vasey, K. of R: J. C. Ealy. C. K: H. II. Tumor, K. Of . h.Ml.ll 1 r I'l l iil AS. .No. !'S, meets every Mond .v at. s:iipm. J. T. Raul ston, C. ( : J. F. Hash. V. C: W. A. Levan, K. R : T. P. Duff, M. E: .1. B. Horton, M. I ; V. A. Hartman, M. A; 11. L. Layne, Prelate: W. L. lUrber. u .1. l.;. Havron, 1. U: A. T. I'eay, 31. W. JyTpti CANDY I fc CATHARTIC . ". TRAOC MARK ff(OITIRID - HiitucU Department. GEO. W. LEWIS, Asrcnt. Miss, Martba Doyle is quite sick. John Layne of Chattanooga, was in the citv last week. i Revs. Cassidy and Ellison left j for Jasper Monday. I Prof. W. J. Shelton of Sulphur Spring, was in town Friday. Miss Ella r.ryant is teaching a select school iU the Masonic hall. Anderson Stewart of Dtinlap, was in the city must ot the week; Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Adams res turned from Tracy City last week, Spearman Brown, Esq , and T. A Shelton of the 5th district, was in the city Friday, I Mrs. J. E. Dyer and children. went to Dunlap Saturday to visit Dr. J. M. Lasater. The recent Hood in S.qnachee riycr was the most destructive in the history of the valley. Edgar Thomas of Birmingham, Ala., is in the city visiting his grandma, Mrs. J. M. Price. Dock Coppinger is badly HfllicU ed with sore eyes and has gone to Chattanooga for treatment. M. D. Moss' trade with Joe Kirk about the livery state proved a - . , , . ir . failure on the part of Kirk T'ou T A Ellison of North - - j Fork. Va.. is accompanyi ng the presiding elder in his circuit. Miss fhula Martin, a blooming young belle of Sequachee, was vis iting in the city the first of the week. Presiding Elder Cassidy held fourth quarterly meeting at Red Hill Saturday and Sunday which wuo m rcuucu uy n yicau uumuoi from here, Dick Ransome, now of College Station, was in the city Sunday, having come down with the re-( mains of Newt Creek. W. F, Smith of Chattanooga, who has been on a visit to his pa rents, Mr. and Mrs. G D.- Smith, returned home Saturday. If any of the boys about the mines are in need of lace leather to make whips let tnem call on J. II. Northcutt at his mill. Maj. G. S. Deakins of Tullahoma arrived in the city Tuesday even ing of last week, and is engaged as saletnan for Stewart & Allev. Mrs. D. T. Layne returned from Gage last Monday where she had been visiting her sister, Mrs Chas. Harris, for the last four months Rev. Thompson Ashburn of Ev ansville, Ind., and Dr. J. M. Ash burn of Nashville, arrived in the city Tuesday of last week ou a vis it to their mother, Mrs. B. F. Ash burn and other relatives: Whitwell is on a boom. We will have a bank soon. Rev. G. M. Chadwick has a butcher shop. Jim Price a peanut roaster. Bat tle Simpson will start a new store, and prospects for a gas factory are good. A married man left his wife and ran off with a young wo man. Can any of the valley towns beat us? Newt Creek was accidentally kill. cd at College Station Saturday morning. He was engaged in stone work for the company and while at work a tree that was on the side of the incline fell and a limb struck him breaking his neck and killing hi id instantly. He was about 40 years old, was mar ried and bad three small children. He was buried at Red Hill. And it came to pass in the fifth year of the reign ol Will'am whose surname is McKinley, and in the eight month and on the 17lh day of the month, Frank, whose sur name is Price, being a legal justice of th peace duly commissioned by T. ! """ lini alKt duly Sworn to support the (Ymstitiitinris nflhoTT S A o.l State of Tennessee, and to execute all laws passed by the legislature and not knocked out by the Su preme Court, did on the said 17lh day of the month, in the night and during a hard rain in the presence of witueses solemnize the rights of ma'.rimoney between Scott Teny. aged years, and Miss Amanda Pickett, aged 57 years, there being no legal objection Mrs. McFerren of Dunlap, was at this place this week. Miss Gertie Bauuujartner of Sou'h Pittsburg is visiting here Dr. J. A. Walker and Hon. .1. T Rauhton went to Jasper Monday. Dr. N. B. Moore went to Victoria to do some dental work for J. B. Woninck. Rev. T. Ashburn assisted R. J. W, Folsom in his meeting at the C. P. Church. A. P. Pryor of Victoria, was in the city Monday. He does not deny he wants to marry Dr. A. W. Hilliard went to So. Pittsburg Wednesday to attend meeting of pension board. Dr, A. T. Peay purchased a fine saddle horse Monday of Mr. Hawke?, the insurance agent. j Dillard Griswold of Tracy City, succeeds W. C Adams, resigned, as cashier of the Whitwell Savings Bank. D. T. Layne has purchased the interest of Dr. A T. Peay in the Whitwell Drug Co., and is now sole owner. Rev Joe Vasey returned from I an extended trip last Wednesday in the interest of the United Mine Workers of America. Rev. T. Ashburn preached last Sunday at 11 a. m., and lectured at 7:45 p, m., at the C. P. church. . Subject: "City of Rome." 1 Cleveland Ross was arraigned be fore his Honor, S. L Havron, Fri day charged with stealing some lace leather from Northcutt's mill, but the State failed to make out its case and he w.is discharged. There will be a Masonic meeting at New Hope on the first Saturday in September. All Masons in the valley are invited to attend with their families. Some of the grand officers are expected to be present. In the chancery court of Ap peals now in session at Kuoxville, the following decisiou has been made: John Slatton vs. Tennes see Coal, Iron and Railway com pany and Tennessee Coal, Iron & Railway company vs, J. J. Dykes: petition for further finding of facts granted. Educate Tour ISowels With Cascarets. Candy Cathartic, cure constipation forever. 10c, 2&e. It C. C. C, fail, druggists refund money. Uneedme Polish Will Clean Silver and give it the ntw look so much desired. Will Clem Plate Glau with little labor and no dust. Will Last Longer than any other polish, as to liulu is required to do the work. Will Not Roughen the Most Tender Skin. Will Not Scratch. Putuplnconvenientform. Costs less. Is iudorned by the best author ities. If your dealer does not have it, send name aud address (or free sample. UNEEDME POLISH CO. Chatham, Pa. I-mb their ia.vn?r n:;! i. -rv ionper. Is r.ci u i'"oui!. i ... :re C'jr.sl,i;'t fr;..i'- . it , . f'joA t r ."ir-tci.:;kji. A ' m's '.; -n 1 tnCi'ic, an.l I. fc.GJ.S-1 n a cf Ciitrs-t.,'., t; not rc " I ---a. it wV.fn you want thm the rioat, Fut up in i-tS. b"xe only. Fntc, .5 cc:.ts. hvcry box Wftrraatcd, BmpIraGJviakerCo. VERCENNES, VT. 4 r SILVER, ff li BRASS, niCKELu4CLASS, 111 IV DiftECTiom ru ltsV- hi dinp, Ijm if 14 1 vnotva EtMH onr thf. polish ami apply himJI J 1 & NAMIffMTUMB IT w-M9 Vm VimEEDME POLISH CO ,y fi I. OOQ A 4 rO 'J know how her 3 cr, n Jay i; 1- J.. jjj li yii: rr.c them j KELLEY'S FERRY. Special to the News. Mr. Wan. Gilliam, of McXabb Mines, went to Chattanooga Sunday and re turned Monday. Miss Minnie ll irtman was the guest of Misses Mary Francis and Mary Mc Xabb. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Richey and family visits! relatives at Stanley Sunday and Monday. Mrs Caroline McXabb and Miss Mary Powers returned Friday from Jasper, where they have spent the past two weeks. Mrs. and Mrs. Allen McXabb are vis iting relatives on Etna mountain. Every morning, about S o'clock, M ss Agnes Lasater may bo seen wending her way toward Hale s Chapel with a "wisii-t.he-hour-was-over" expression on her face. When wo see that sad, far-away look come in her eyes we know her thought." are with that smart young man at Sequachee, Prof. J. K. Ellis came up to the Ferry Sunday afternoon. Charles Coaplin was enjoying the company of his I est girl Sunday. Rev. j- W. Kilgore preached an in teresting sermon at Hale's Chappel Sun day. Mrs. Mary Ellis and daughter, Myrtle, spent part of last week with Mrs. Flor ence Massey. Miss Ellen Ellis entertained a num ber of her friends Sunday afternoon. Her guests enjoyed thoir visit, very much. Samuel Lusk, of Stanley, was in our midst Saturday and Sunday, but was not stopping where he would like to stop. What's the matter, Sam? It is rumored that Jas. Newsome is devoting the greater part of his time drumming for ttie box-supper that is to be at Hale's Chapel 1-riday night. Miss Julia Foster looked sad on Sun day, but smiled when a certain young man from Etna passed Willie Hartnian visited homefolks Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Kellio Hartman spent Saturday night with the latter's pa rents. Miss Ava Lewis continues her visit at Mrs. Xathaniel Ellis'. Billie Bible wishes her visit would never end. Ellen, of Stanley, let us hoar from yon often. Etiiki.. FOU SALli. Under a misapprehension I made a trade last week which has since fallen through owing to the inabil ity of the party to pay. I now of fer my livery property, consisting of six horses and five rigs and har nesses, either as a whole or separ ately. Will rent stable to right parties. Terms cash; or notes with good security. If you want a bar gain now is your chance. M. D. MOSS, Whitwell, Tenn. Old Harness Made New. Did you know that I can' make an old harness over so that you won't recognize it? Well, that's so. Try me. J. B. MARTIN, Whitwell, Tenn We are in receipt of the East Tennos- oan, published at Kingston, Tenn., by i. ii. 1euun, wuicu we uavu eniereu on our exchange list. The East Tennos scan is a paper of goodly proportions, replete with news and advertising, and is thirty-three years old. How Are t'nnr Kidneys I Dr. HobliVSpnrnuiis PI Us cure nil kidney Ills, Sam ple free. Add SlurliiiK KeuiedyCo.,Cliicai;oorM. Y, Eugene Smith, of Ebenezer, was in town Saturday. He reports his corn crop a total loss. WANTED ! j ; 1 TO BUY A BOTTLE OF Dr. Tichenors Antiseptic. The MOST WONDERFUL HEALING COMPOUND of the Nineteenth Century. Preserves the flesh when wounded. Prevents inflam 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 by all upto date drugists. Write us on a postal for Free Sample by mail. Sherrouse Medicine Co., NEW ORLEANS, LA. gtjiot Institute draining dttowl. JASrEIt, TENN. The St-ssion is divided into two terms. First Term begins Septem ber4th. .Second Term begins January 15th. FACULTY. V. C. Vii.i.i..Ms-',;Hrf,T TeicbProf Latin and iiwk. w toi.i.i.Ns, 1!. A., M. A. I'ander'it -Tetche-r of Mathematics. Miss hl.l.KX AiiMvrni.M.. L. I. and 11. . Virginia State Aormnl, and Ward Saninary Lady l'rincipal and 'lVaotier of Knelisth and IlUiory. Miss Ii:ma Ckakiik, M. I Gcorpa Southtrn timole Cullei't Teacber of Prim, ary lifpartment. Miss,Ai.MA Olivku, liacbelor of Musio-V College and Cineimutt, Comer aory of Music leacher of Vocal and Instrumental Music. Miss Mk.u.k Y.r.M, Birmingham .s. wi;ry Ti-acber of Elocution and Art, a,ter I olors, Oils, l'astels, (.'rayon and Charcoal Drawing. For further information apply to W. C. WILLIAMS, Principal, JASPER, TENN. SUNNYS1DE. Special to the Xows. The school at Now llopo continues the "ven tenor of Irs way. More thn thri e wi-eks h ive pused and not a sin gl" discord lias .occurred. The literary society h.is been l-ir;;ely increased the past oek. Its first public proprara wus rendered last Friday night. The order was almost perfect and the eier clses were of a good moral tone, and of such literery merit as would do much credit to many other older socioties. Miss El lu Grayson, our ettlcinnt mus ic teacher, has about 15 young ladies In her class. Her tuition rates are very reasonable, three dollars per month In cluding use of piano, daily lessons. This tuakos the expenses less than one half the ordinary rates charged by many schools. Miss Grayson's work compares favorably with that of higher priced I e sellers. I'bi school is managed in a way that commands the respect and patronage of of all who are acquainted with Its meth ods. We believe that if its merits were more widely known many more young people from a distance would come here rather than go toother schools moreex pensivo and inconvenient. Our teach ers are thoroughly prepared for their work. Prof. Callahan and Miss latum are graduates of colleges that have rep utations little less than national, urant University and Lebanon Normal are well known, both north and south. To those wishing to prepare for college or to teach in the public or high schools. Xow Hope affords thorough preparation at very moderate rates. Prof. Callahan is an enthusiastic and faithful teacher. His discipline is kind and Arm, bis or der is almost perfect, and the applica tion and advancement of bis pupils are remarkable A school library is next in order, and some improvements on the building. The Sunday school was largely at tended Sunday, about 55 being present. Dave Pryor made the same round the other night. Miss Callie Hudson visited Mist E dith Hudson Friday and Saturday. Lige Higgins went to mill for B. II. Hudson last Saturday. Isaac Hudson went to Dunlap Mon day on business. Edwin Hudson went to Dunlap to I mill Saturday. Miss Cora Hudson visited Miss Delia Condra last week. The 8hini! factory which is erected on the crook near this place, it doing good work. liarton Powoll and Bon went to Chattanooga Monday, Hill Golston went across the moun tain with a drove ot cattle this week. Miss Florence Hudson visited Mis Edith Hudson one day last week. A crowd of jolly girls went down the road Sunday. Where did you (TO, girls? Cloud Uchst. What A Tale It Tells. If that mirror of yours shows a wretch ed, sallow complexion, a jaundiced look with moth patches and hlotches on the skin, it's liver trouble; but Dr. King's New Life Pills regulate the liver, puri fy the blood, give clear skin, rosy oheeks, rich complexion. Only 25c at W. A. Turner's, Victoria, and Whitwell Drug Store, Whitwell. In the Vineyards. The grape harvest steadily contlnnes and shipments are made dally to var ious points. The working force now numbers over twenty. Chris Wagner is now in charge of the winemaking, and s IUynes bas cnarg(J of the packlnff , department. The wine this year will be a strictly pure pure product, grapes only being prassed, and all' stems and other impurities carefully eliminated, which will insure purity of the wine and better color. The wine making this year is being done at the vineyard. Stops the Cough and Works Off the Cold. Laxative Uromo-Quinine Tablets cure a cold in one day. No Cure, No Pay. Price 25 cents. Everyboc,y and His Wife