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I'L'Ut.lHIIKI) AT qaa.cb.ee, Marion County, Tenn. KVKUV Tlll'ltHDAV. HILL & SON, ElHTOItS AND PuilUHHKHS lubieriplioii Price, 50c a Year in Advance. ty N'ews and advertising matter to se cure insertion must bo banded in before 11 o'clock each Wednesday, or it may be Voo late for publication.! Tiik. Ntcws will nut be responsible for the opinions of its correspondents, nor for signed communications, and nothing will be considered for publication which li not accompanied by the real name of tbe writer not for publication, but as an evidence of good faith. THURSDAY Ai-i:ii, mo:s TANNERY PROPOSED. Every Effort Should Be Made to Secure This Industry. A new enterprise mentioned for Sequachee is a tinnery, and Cunt, J. F. Shipp, of Clialtanoonn, is litre examining locution. He lias two ous wlio have ken to Kansas Ciiy with a view to locating a tannery there, but on account of there be ingnobark in that region, have decided to locate nearer the baik which cull he procured here in great n'enty. The ditTereuce in freight shows advantage in ship. ping hides heie to shipping bark there. A location is proposed on all e T . . , i, i iue uhiik oi wine riequacuee river just above the Dancing Fern Cave, where p'enty ol water can he ob tained and where high water does not reach, but other locations are available nearer town. Albert Wallace, of Rochester, N II., is also mentioned as holding an interest in the enterprise, and 6ays he will erect a shoe 6hop to make up the product on tbe spot. Mr Wallace has extensive shoe uian ufacturies in New Hampshire. The leather establishments of the East are slowly but surely coming south where bark is plentiful and hides can be secured in nearer mar kets. A large concern from Wo burn, Mass , Heggs, Cobb it Co., is already moving to Bristol, this state, and the largest tannery in the south is located at Chattanooga. The establishment of a big tan nery and shoe shop would add a great deal to Sequachee and assist its growth which at, present seems on the decline LET. Special to the News. J. S. Humble and I'. A. Schoolfleld made a business trip to Pikevillo Fri day. Master John bee, or rikeviile, was visiting his mother Saturday and Sun day. Mrs. Julia and Mrs. Anna Kelly were calling on ' Mrs. Addio Loe Saturday evening. Mastor Roy Rankin who is attending school at Pikoville. visited home folks Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. J. S. Humble and daughter, Miss Eva, was the guest of Mrs. Mary Loe Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Laura Bracken was the guost of her daughter, Mrs. J. S. Ferguson Sun day. Mrs. li". F. Reed and son, Charley, went to Pikeville Monday. We are sorry to note that Miss Ida Humble is on the sick list. Guess bow Wheeler's pigs like can ned peaches. Mrs. J. L. Loe and son, James, wont to Pikevillo Tuesday. Mr. Howard Bracken went to Chatta nooga Tuesday. Mr. R. L. Hembree and wifo wore in the city Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. J. S. Ferguson and children pent Tuesday the guest of her broth or, Mr. Adrian Bracken and wife. Mrs. Kate Humble was calling on Emily Lee Tuesday. . Ask Ida Humble what she was doing in the city with a cream pitcher. Guess Who. A Thoughtful Man. M. M. Austin, of Winchester. Ind., knew what to do in the hour of need Ills wife had such and unusual case of stomach and liver troublo, physicians could not help her. He thought of Dr. King s .New Life Tills and sue got re lief at once and was nnaiiy cured, ly 23c at Whitwell Drug Co. On. Fell in Cistern und Drowned. Mrs, J. EHison, aged 20 years, and a bride of ten days, residing with her mother and husband near St. Elmo, was lound dead at the bottom of a cutern in the yard of Ler own home, Thursday morning A coroner's jury returned a verdict of accidental drowning. Her hus band is an employe of the Gustaf 8011 Mfc. Co . of Chattanooga. i?parta reporU snow. Impaired Digestion May not be all that Is meant by ilijtprptia now, but it will no If neglected. The uneasiness after eating, fl's of nerv ous headache, sourness of the stomach, and disagreeable belching may not be very bad now, but they will bo If the stomach is suffered to grow weaker. Dyspepsia Is such a miserable disease that the tendency to it should be given early attention. This is completely over come by Hood's Sarsaparilla which si rengthensthewholc digestive system ATPONTLEY, TENN. Special to the News. We aro having sotno vory rainy weather now. Mr. Jas. loyd is 'reported as being very sick with la grippo. Uev. Murphy preached an excellent sermon Sunday to a largo crowd. Jas. Lavan went to College Monday. Pat Craig and ltax Turner were call ing on Clias. Lamb Snnday. There was a singing at G. W. Sum mers' Saturday night. There was a large crowd prusont. Mr. and Mrs. Gray wont to Chatta nooga Saturday. Misses Sarah and llallio Sullivan and Laura and Ellen Lavan wero calling on Mrs. Summers Sunday evening. Geo. Summers and son went to Let Sunday. "Mis. Viney Humble died Thursday and was buried Friday. Dr. McGinnis was in town Monday. Misses Tessie lioyd and Belle Turner called on Mrs. Lamb Friday evening. . Mr. and Mrs. Dan Lusk visited at I'ikovlllo Saturday and Sunday. liurrol Sanders and Rax Turner went bunting Monday. Laura and Ellen Lavan wore the guests of the Misses Boyd's Monday af ternoon. V. II. Finley went to ibe College Sunday eve. Burrel Sanders started to school Monday. Will Lusk was missed very much by a certain girl Sunday. J. M. Gray returned from Chattanoo ga Monday night. Miss Belle Turner attended the sing ing Saturday night. Chas. Lamb and Brown Boyd were out buggy riding Tuesday eve. Wonder where Mr. Harris was Sun' day. Mr. Finley's bouso is nearing com pletion. Sal. CATARRH CANNOT BE CURED with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they cannot reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh is a blood or constitutional dis ease and in order to cure it you must take internal remedies. Hall s Catarrh Cure is taken internally, and acts di rectly on the blood and mucous surfac es. Hall s Catarrh Lure is not a quacK mediefno. It was prescribed by one of the best physicians in this country for vears, and is a regular prescription. It is composed of the best tonics known, combined with., the host blood purifiers, acting directly on the mucous surfaces. The verfect combination of the two In eredients is what produces such wond' crful results in curing Catarrh. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY&CO., Toledo, 0. Sold by all druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills are the best. The legislature lately dfssolved passed a law, which in our judge mcnt will hurt instead of help the cause of education. Making the school districts co extensive with the civil districts sounds well, but works badly, as the school district were arranged formerly to suit tbe convenience of the children. The 24th school district, which com prised Stquachee is wiped out and the school population is so reduc ed that only four to five months echool will be had, and very prob ably our school will be managed by other than resident directors, We are sorry that this has happen ed, and though the action of the hgislature may be constitutional i stems to us to lack judgement an good sense. The Governor in his ineFsage intimated the necessity for legislation to encourage an improve the schoo's, but the Gen eral Assembly puts our school bac ten years. HERBINE CURES Fever and Ague. A dose will usually stop a cbul, a continuance always cures, Mrs. Wm. M. Stroud, Midlothian, To as, May 31, ls'.iy, writes: "We have u ed Herbine in our family for eiuh years and have found It the best tried i cine we have ever used, for la grippe, bilious fever, and malaria." 50j at Se quachee Supply Store. The old soldiers of Bradley an adjoining counties will have a re union at Candas Creek church near Eureka May 24th. Thirty-one carloads of cattle an hogs were shipjed from the vicini ty of Waverly to northern marktt in one week. Cuftti AU iiu Bea "Uaib byrup. 1 imm O'mhX. Un W""S TOtwcll gjtpartmtnt. GEO. W. LEWIS Agent. W. W. Trice went to Chattanooga" Tuesday of last week. Miss Uinda Prigmore, of Victoria, was in the city Friday shopping. . Dr. N. IJ. Moore went to Jasper Monday on professional business. Miss Dettie Donaldson, of Jasper, was in the city the first of the week visiting friends. One of the heaviest storms of rain and hail of the season passed over here Sunday night. Th At was a brilliant crowd of young ladies and gentlemen out rid ing Sunday evening. Mrs. Jenuie Wilder, of Summer set, Ky., was in the city last, week visiting her brother, 1). T. Layne. Itev. W. E. Billingslesly preached at the Baptist church Sunday at 11 m. Subject "The Resurrection." Albert Andregg, who has been ab sent from the city, returned Thurs day much to the delight of some of iie young ladies. Miss Laura Knox was accidentally hit by the cars on the incline Thurs-i day and was severely although not ; dangerously injured. E. D. Brophy brought a basket of , vegetables to market Monday con sisting of onions, lettuce and radishes which he easily disposed of. Jas. Bryson, of Sulphur Spring, was here Thursday and attended the ecture and entertainment at the M. Chusch, south, that night. J. R. Morgan and J. M. Gerren went to Chattanooga Tuesday of last week to attend an entertainment giv en by the Knights of Pythias. J. II. Northcut was initiated last Saturday night into the Ancient Or der of F. and A. Masons and J. F. Kelly was raised to the Sublime de gree of the same. The Whitwell Drug Co. has made some substantial improvements mak ing a. basement to their house to keep ice and other things in during the hot weather of summer. The two master mechanics, E. D. Brophy and David Ilichs, are still working on J. II. Northcut's yard fence. They put up at least twenty pannels last week and made two gates. There were ninety-nine scholars besides officers and teachers at Sun day school last Sunday at the M. E. Church, south, and probably there were an equal number at the other four Sunday Schools making a total of about five hundred. Mr. Ralph Binghan, the traveling lecturer and musician, gave an en tertainment at the M. E. Church, south, last Thursday evening to a well-filled house which he held spell-bound for about two hours. It was a financial success. Rev. A. W. White died at his home Wednesday, the 15th inst., of consumption and was buried on the lGth at tne White cemetery on the east side of the river. Funeral ser vices were held at the Baptist church Rev. W. E. Billingsley oltic'ating. Mm&xi' j5 3$wM Mm pews. A STORE in which they can have their wants and Most Up-to-Date Wearing Apparal. This is the kind of a storo we are running at No. 8 West Ninth St., already one of our customers we are the start by coming in to see us when opens May 4th and closes May 9th. chase, let it be what it may. If it Vest, a Hat, a pair of Shoes, or in line, it will be appreciated, and we interest. Remember yon are take advantage of the Special Offers Festival week STEWART BROS, No. 8 W. Ninth St.. Chattanooga, B. F. Cowan, of Dunlap, was the city Saturday. in Uev. J. F. Byrd, of Tracy Citv Ud circuit was in the city Friday. IV( Tiri.. . . , i T. uu , queuing vo.ai music at the old Mrsonic hall. Marshall Taylor, Esq., of Sequa- dice county was in the city Satur day. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Henry Andregg went to Tracy City Tuesday of last week. v es nosier lias built a house m the eastern part of town and now oc cupies it. There will be sacramental services held Stindav at the M. K. Clmn-h. a. ,i - - 1 1. A. Shelton and daughter, Miss Dora, of Siiliiluir Smin. r iii Mm eitv Tlmra.lav " Alms l lioeba Abies is teaching a school at the Red Men's Hall which is well natronized. alter oeiccr was m tlie city the llrst of last week visiting his uncle, Mr. A. C. Grayson. Hobt. Cantrell killed a bald eagle 0ne day last week that measured Ave feet from tip to tip. Arthur Norwood, of Fikeville, was in the city a few days last week He is always welcome. Dr. O. F. McNabb has purchased a farm on the mountain and will go to raising fruit and grapps. Rev. L. I). Cowin preached Sun dayattheM.E. Church, south, at lla. m. BUbieCt, "I'OlIOW Me. Our quiet nnd thriving little city la imnrrw inrr mAi'illn oa (ham urAru I a iiuiviio itivsiuiiijr kuvi v ? v. no law suits in the justice court Sat urday. Miss Lucy Hall, of Bridgeport, Ala., is in the city at the store of D. T. Layne & Co. with a tine stock of ladies' hats and will be glad to have the ladies call on her. Rev. J. D. Billingsley, of Caroline Chapel, was in tue city rnday hunt ing Irish potatoes to plant as he found those that he had planted had rotted. White caps nearly beat Daniel Turner, a Marshall county negro, to death. Chnnce to Join a lnb That Will M ake nnd Nave Monev for Van. Everybody should Join the Mutual Literary Mu- lloChib of America. There is nothing else like It I anywuera. it costs aimoflcnoimngio join ana inei ;DenemsitKivrsareivonuprrHi. icenaoics you soi fturuhase books and period lcals, music and musical I Dstrumenta fit special cut Driers. It secures re-1 Iduoed rates at h:my h olels. It answers q uestlons I free of chart;.). It offers scholarships and valua- Die casii prizes to nieniotTg. jg niaimums ciuiii rooms la many cities for its tnem hers. In addition. I everr mem tier receives the ofltrlal macaslne ent 1 1 'tied F.T'ry M out U" a publication iu a clans by I ItHelf. Including 6 Dleccs of hishlass vocal and lul strumental muslotfull size) each month without! extra charge; 72 pieces In one year In alt. YOUl CAN GKT ALL OF IUKSK UKNKi'ITa FOB AL- MOST NOTHING. The full yearly membership fee Is One Dollar fori xrhlcb you get all alMive, and yon may with-1 draw any tlmo within three months if you! want to do so and Ket. your dollar buck. If you don'taare to spend fl.lK), send 25 cents for three mouth membership. Nobody can afford to pass I thlt offer by. You will eft Tour money back Inl Yalue many times over. Full particulars will be I nont free of chmvf), but If you are wise you Willi Tame many i tint frpfl or el send la your request for membership with the' proper roe at once, j nozocis. wire raonma mem kruhin atrYpp will noon chaneft. Write &t once ad- dreRslnffyonr letter and enclosing $1.00 for full year's membership or tweutytlvo ceuta for tbrco MlTCAr tlTFHlRT MUSIC CIPB IS a. iiM'ninRMinni.iii. i.iny. FOR MEN supplied with the Newest, Snappiest Chattanooga, Tenn. If you are not especially anxious to have you make you come to the 3Iay Festival, which We don't care how small the pur is a Suit, a pair of Trousers, a lancy fact anything in the Mens urnishing are sure the result will be to our mutu- especially invited to give us a call and we expect to make during the May -:- Tenn. jjiiSfti aWs- GRIFFITH'S CREEK. Special to the News. MrsEmma Layne and children visit ed nor .mother, Mrs. Henry L,aturum, Saturday and Sunday. Uev. Bud preached an Interesting sermon at this place Sunday. Jehu Foster and Molla Lay no attond- cd church bore Sunday. L. Ashburn of Tate's Chapel, attend- church at this;place Sunday. John Turner Bpent Sunday night at G. Golston's. M,gci Ethe, y and E8therSimp son, of. Wbitwoil, visited Misses May nd Sallie 0oUion sturdsy nJ Sun- day. Messrs. Tomps McLaln and Ed Dea- kins attended church bore Sunday. Wm. Tumor, visited bis brother J. E. Turner of Whitwell, Saturday and Snnday. Mrs. Jack Turner died at her home near Tatesvllle Sunday morning aged 71 years. Mr. Turner and family were here last week from Friday uutil Sunday attend ing his mother, who died Sunday. Ask Brown and Lacy Condra how tney iiko to rjaui cross iios, 1 Uowltt Liayno ana u.u riorum weui to Whitwell Monday, James Lathrum went to bitwell Tuesday of last weok I ..1. I;.nb T.nn IHnaoi irnt liftn t I i 1 1V Ml I tt II IV XJOJ UUWMVVTV. PS v' w www playing marbles. Uev. Bird spont Sunday and Sunday and Sunday night at Joo Layne' and I r. r .i ,.. uonry L.aiurura s. Hello, Old Summer, whero did you lose your name? Have you gone too far to go back and bunt It, Poter Griffith and family visited All- son Laynn Saturday and Sunday. T. G. Golston went to Whitwell Mon day. Ask Bottlo Condra if she evor got scared at a pig, Ask Brown Condra and Lacy Daniel if they have learned to holler liko a panther yet, Allison Lnyne wont to Whitwoll Sat urday. Wm. Hudson went to Cedar Springs Sunday to attend church T V, (lla,nn fl.fnVu V, n la flalnrv Tfrt knied four gquirrel3 Monday, and tho lo.t nnc ho killed an excited him tha he threw hla sun away and ran borne Patsy. " A Prominent Minister Recommends Cham berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. Rev. Francis J. Davidson, pastor of tbe St. Matthew Baptist church and president of tbe Third District Baptist Association, 2731 Second St.. New Or leans, writes as follows: ''I have used Chamberlain's Col c, Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy for cramps and pnina in tbe stomach, and found it excellent. It is in fact tho best cramp and colic rem edy 1 have ever used. Also several of my parishioners have used it with equally satisfactory results." For sale by (Joidweil &Jbaudoin, and Whitwell Drug Co., Whitwell. A tribe of Red Men was organiz ed at Petros. Brown, SpurlocH $ Raulsten, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Will practice in all the Courts. rhone No. 8. WHITWELL. TENN. Read This -THE WEEKLY GAZETTE, CINCINNATI, 01110. Established 1798 50cts. a Year Always Always Kepii:lican. Reliable, All tho news of tlio weok fathered by the Associated Press nnd our mam moth corps of correspondents in every central point oi toe globe. Forceful and Fearless Editorials Grand Serial Stories. Some Attractive Features Appearing each week aro as follows The Uaruesa Horse. 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Otive, (Appt) Preaching 1st and 3rd Sundays at 11 am; also preaching ev ery Saturday evening proceeding 1st and 3rd Sundays at 7 o'clock. Sunday school, U:30 am., Richard Rigsby, Supt. Red Hill (Appt) Preaching every 2nd and 4tn Sunday at a pm. CHRISTIAN CHURCH J. R. Johnson, Pastor. Meetings Saturday before 4th Sundayat7p.ro. Sunday school 0:30 am. - M. E. CHURCH-S. P. Angel, pastor; preaching 1st Sunday at 11:00 a. m., and 4th Sunday at G:30 p. m. Sunday school School every Sunday at 9:80 a. m. T. P. Duff, Supt. C. P. CHURCH W. T. Dale, pastor. Meeting aro hold on every third Sunday on each month at 11 am. and 7 pm. Sunday school every Sunday at 9:30 am. W. A. Kki.i.v, Supt. - LODGES UNITED MINE WORKERS OF AM erica, No. 287, moets evory Thursday night at 7 p. m. (. W. Jordon, Presi dent; Matt (Ji-ifllt!), Vico President; E. S. Dukfl, R. Secretary; W. L. San ders, F. Secretary; J. 8. Hooper, Treasurer; Pat Cary and L R. Layne, Hank Committee. MONROE CONCLAVE, No. 32, Regents of tbe White Shield: Meets every Friday at 7:00 p. m.. R Hurgess, t R C; J W Harwick, V R E; A Frizzell, P R E; R Rigsby, R Chaplain; Thos. Williams R U; R Abraham, R T; R. Reeves, R Adj; Sam Colson, R J A; M E Reevos, R Q; W M Morrison, L L. WHITWELL LODGE, No. 503, F. A A. Masons meets 1st and 3rd Saturday at 7 p. m: N N Rush, W M; II P Hry ant, S W; T M Walker, J W; EH Uarker, Treas; B C Grayson. Sec. OLIVE BRANCH LODGE, NO. 53, I. O. O. F., meets every Friday night at 7:30 o'clock: C C Cantrell, N. G; W K Cross, VG; N N Rush, Sec; T P Duff, Treas; L S Baumsiartner, D G M. POWHATTAN TRI HE, No. 24, Indo--pendent Order of Red Men meets ev ery Tuesday night at 7 o'clock: Pat McCov, Sachem; Walter Copplnger, S. S; Will Duke, P. li; J. I). fckin. r, .1. S; John Carlyon, C. of R; II. II. H. Turner. K. of W. LAL'REL LODGE NO. 8, K. of P., meets every Monday nijrlit at 7:15. W L Barber, C C; S B Alley, V C; John Ballard, P; J R Morgan, M II; W A Levan, K of R; E P Taylor, M E; T P Duff, M F; Lee Bryant, 1 G; D T Layne, O G; George Smith, Jan itor. FED. LABOR UNION NO. 84!o. Tbos. M. Eakin, President; B. C. Grayson, Secretary. Meets at old Odd Fellows' Hall on 4th Saturday night of each month. United Order of the Golden Cross: Of ficers, Robt Abraham, N. C; Mrs. Be atrice Parker, V. N. C; Robt. Burjjess, P. N. C; Rev. S. P. Angel, N. P: Robt. Reeves, W. II; J. M. Crenshaw, F. K. R; W. J. Admson, T; Mrs. E. E. Smith, W. I. (J; John Hargis, W. P. D; George Sutherland, Mrs. Rebecca Hargis, Rev. James Hart, Trustees. GOOD REPUBLICAN PAPER. If you want a good Republican paper, read tbe St. Louis Globe-Democrat, which will come to you regulaMy twice a week, eight pages to the issue, for eighty cents more added to tbe sub scription price of the News, or only J 1.30. ' WE LEA I) when it comes to doing Job Printing promptly anj utally