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l'l'lIMHIIKO AT Sequachee, Marion County, Tenn. K.VKUY TIICIIHIIAY. HILL fc SON, Enrroiis ash Puhmmiik IIH Subscription Price, 50c a Year in Advance. SLIT 'es and advertising matter to se cure insertion must be handed in before 12 o'clock each Wednesday, or it may be too late for publication. Tiik Nkws will not bo responsible (or tbo opinions of its correspondents, nor for signed communications, and nothing will be considered for publication which is not accompanied by tbo real name of the writer not for publication, but as an evidence of good faith. THURSDAY, May 11103 ' SUNNYSIDE, TENN. . This department is conducted by Mr. Edwin Hudson, who will receive and rn- coipt for subscriptions for tbo Nkws or renewals tuereor. ml 11 , , lmu-ewm uo a box supper at New Hope Saturday niglit, iMay 0th for the benefit of the Sunday School and church. Everybody is cordially invited to come. Rev. W. T. Dale preached here Sunday to a well-filled house. bob Deakins attended church at this place Sunday. Miss Flor ence 15irbei', of Ijooney's Creek was in this vicinity first of the week. ilisses Ella and Myrtle Bryant, of Whitwell, were the guests of Miss Id Pickett Saturday and Sunday. Bob Kelly was here Sunday. J. C. Moore, of Cedar Springs was at New Hope Sunday. Lee Easterly went to Whitwell Saturday returning Sunday morning. Miss Ida Pickett entertained a few Dragged'Down Feeling In the loins. Nervousness, unrefresblng sleep, despon dent y. It is time yoa were doing something. The kidneys wero anciently called the reins In your case they are holding the reins and driving you Into serious trouble. Hood's Sarsaparilla Acts with the most direct, beneficial effect on the kldnevs. It contains the best and safest substances foi correcting and toning these organs. THE STRAJGHT YATH. Written for the News: The straight path is the path that children should be taught to walk, but be sure tbut you are in the path your self, for bow can you teach your child ren the truth when you are not that yourself. Children watch their parents and follow after them. Therefore you should be truthful and honest in your dealings with all mankind, for you can not teach your boys and girls to be bon nest when you are dishonest yourself. Children muct be all kind and loving to each other and to their school mates, and not to make fun of their clothes or shoos, If they are worn or old. Teach them to be sorry for the misfortunes of others, and to help them with kind words, also to rospoct the old. How beautiful it is to see the young kind and thoughtful to the old. Teach them to give to them that have not. Teach them that the little girl or boy that stands with his little toes out is the one to divide with, not the one who has fine shoes on. In this way you will teach your children to make noblo men and women. Teach thorn to be obedi ant tt homo, and they will be the same at school. Teach them not to have too curiosity, and a meddlesome child al ways gets into trouble. Teach children to be useful and industrious, for idle ness makes drunkards and cigarette smokers of boys, and disobediant and ungrateful daughiors. Teach them to love home and to beautify it in every of her friends Saturday night. They way, and not to be on the go all the were Misses Ella and Myrtle Bryant, time, for if they go when they are Ella Layne, Messrs. Ed Smith, Joe voun W1U roam WDen luey ara kogers, Wood A ilson, W .lhe Bry- . ... . . h dpesg that make8 3WritweU department. GEO. W. LEWIS Agent. 1 ant and JViwin Hudson. Jenks up was played with much delight. All report a nice time. Miss Ida Kelly was in this vicinity Sunday. the lady, or the coat that makes the gentleman. Teach them that they are no hotter than any other honest child. God mado them both, and he is the same (lod to all. Teach them that there is an all sneing eye that watches Miss Bailie Hudson, of Looney's them wherever they go and whatever Creek, while on a pleasure ride Sun day, surprised us with a short call. Several from Cedar Springs at tended church here Sunday. J. A. Gray was at the office Mon day. Geo. Vandergriff and Richard Hudson, of the mountoin, were down Monday Iking up their pension pa pers. II. C. Deakins was in this vicinity Sunday. Croquet was played here last Sat urday afternoon for the first lime this season. W. H. Layne and Ear ly Powell are the champion players. Who says they can't be beat? A. C. Grayson, a prominent mer merchant of Whitwell, was up a few days of the week. Arch Dill, one of the railroad boys they do, and that (rod rewards them for the good they do, and he will punish them for doing wrong. Teach them the love of the Lord Jesus, to love faim, to read the Bible, and to keep his com mandments, and teich them to pray and thus they will keep in tho path that will lead them upward and onward to the beautiful city above. MON A PHELPS, Sulphur Spring, Tenn., May 2, 1903, J. II. Northcut went to Tracy City Tuesday of last week. J. B. and M. F. Harris, of Spring- dale, was in the city Thursday. Col. W. D. Spears, of Jasper, was in the city Monday night of week. Rev. J. F. Byrd or the Tracy City circuit was in the city Thursday. J. II. Northcut has been confined to his bed with sickness ever since Saturday. The concert at the Baptist Church Friday night was well attended and was a success. A large number are attending tlie show this week at Chattanooga, too many to give names. Miss Alverna Miller was visiting her aunt, Mrs. T. W. Johnson, of So. Pittsburg, last week. Rev. C. C. Morris, pastor of Crow ley M. E. Church, La , lectured at the Hall Sunday night. Rev. Joe Vasey is having a neat and substantial fence built in front of his house and is having it painted. Rev. J. D. Burnette, P. E., was m the city Friday night on his way to Looney's Creek to hold quarterly meeting. The entertainment given at the Hall Saturday night by Joe Hale at close of his singing school was a de cided success. Quite a number went to Pleasant Grove Saturday to the annual meet ing for the purpose of cleaning and decorating it. Ned Pickett, of New Light, was in the city from Monday until Wed nesday of last week visiting his eon, G. W. Pickett. Rev. L. D. Coggin preached at the M. E. Church, south, Sunday at 11 a. m. and at 7 p. m. He will contin ue the services through the week. A. B. Turner and family left for Herrin, 111., last Tuesday where they will make their future home in Rev. M. Jones, of Jasper, was the city Friday night. T. J. Hale, of Tracy City, was in the city last Saturday. Miss Coren ne Miller, of Cowan, is in the city visiting relatives. Rev. Mr. Hunt preached at the C P. Church Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. n. Rev. I). McCracken, of Sequachee, was in the city Saturday on his way to Sulphur Spring. Fred, the seven-year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Colston, is very low with typhoid fever. Mrs. James Colson, of Dunlap, was in the city the latter part of last week visiting her son, Sam Colson. A. J. Barnes, of Mt. Peter, Cal. was in the city one night last week visiting his sister, Mrs. L. D. Coggin. M. P. Sanders, of Tracy City, was in the city the latter part of last week visiting his sons, W. 1). and II II. Sanders. LET. Soecial to the News. Mr. J. S. terguson went to i'ikoviuo Wednesday. Mrs. Tennio Deakins, of Fikeville, was the guest of Mrs. Addio Lee 1 riday W. A. Thurmun and daughter, Miss Hester went to I'ikeville Friday. James Lee went to mill Saturday dav morning before breakfast. John Witt, of brayton was in tho city Saturday. Miss Hester Thurman called on t,m ilv Leo Saturday evening. Mrs, UraoKen was caning at air. J. a. Ilumble's Saturday. Misses Loula Shonmata and Minnie from Iracy City, is now walking our Cain were the guests of Emily Lee Sun day. streets. Remember the box supper Satur day night. Children's Dav services will be held at New Hope in June. E. J. Barber was up from Loon ey's Creek Tuesdiy. Miss Florence Hudson took din ner with Miss Edith Hudson Sunday I have received a horned frog from Mrs. Mary Narramore, who has been visiting her son J. B. Narramore, has returned to her home at Chan. Nipper's. Chas. Reed has accepted a position as pipe lighter for ' Ditcher. rred Lee niaue a business trip to Shanghie Sunday evo. Chas. Keeil says a fascinator is a sure cure for the toothache. Howard Bracken and Chas. Reed wont to Pikevillo Monday. Mrs. and Mrs, J. S. Humble likewise. Miss Ida Humble was the guest of Linilv Lee Monday. Bertha lieu , RENO.W. VA. ; Published by request.) j Rend W. Va., April IS, l'.'OX j Editor Mino Workers' Journal: As I saw my last letter 1 am truly. ..,!;., t,t ImI. thn rna,ler ' know we arestill in the flrfht and doing , tine htre and think our timo is close at 0,M Legal Stationery. GREATLY ALARMED By a Persistent Cough, but Per manently Cured by Chamber lain's Cough Remedy. Mr. II. 1'. Burbago, a student at law, in Greenville, S. C, had been troubled for four or Ave years with a continuous cough which ho says, "greatly alarmed me, causing me to fear that I was in the first stage of consumption." Mr. Iiurbago, having seen Chamberlain's Cough Remedy advertised, concluded to try it. Now road what he says of it: "I soon felt a remarkable change and after using two bottles of the J"c size was permanently cured." Sold by Coldwell & Chaudoin; and W'hitweil Drug Co. FLAT WOODS. Specfal to the News. John Moore and Rill Wells got lost Sunday. Wonder where they found Wells? Wiley Spangler went up the road Sunday with a smile on bis face as long as a fence rail. Lookout, Mary, all smiles is coming. S. II. Wolls has been sick. hand. I hope and trust tho timo will soon come so us union girls can rotten egg the 6C.ibs here at this placo. If we had a lot of women and girls here like myself and Mrs. Jennie JefTerlos there would not bo a scab in West Vir ginia, but poor, weak things, they drive their poor boys and husbands to work and cause them to go back on their obligations, and tell them it is nothing but a minor's oath. Lot me tell tho readers one of those kind of men could not be a witness against mo because if ho would swear ono lio they would swear two, and if a man would do the company some kind of dirt a gainst his follow-man he would do the company some kind of dirt. And let me tell the readers I havo not any uso for a scab, nothing whatever. I spurn tbern as I would a leper. Tho scabs are very few here, and 1 am happy to say no ono can call my papa that name scab. That word scab is a small word but it has an everlasting sound, and sticks to one as long as they live, and will fol low them to tbo grave. I wish tho time would come when us poor servant girls can have an organization. I, for one, will strike until doom's day for my right's. I. for one, will take a solemn vow never to buy anything from a non union man nor sell to them. Let me tell the readers another word or two. The scabs hero haven't any pastime un til after dark. They sit in tho corner and snuff ashes and then at dark they get out and parade around the house play the scab march on an old zink tub which looks like it had been in Noah's ark at the time of tho flood. As I am afraid 1 will tire tho readers I will close wishing tho Journal and Us many read r success. As I am not ashamed of having a union heart you can sign my name in full. I will stand for the un ion till I dio. All that I am ashamed of is that I am no bright scholar. I love the union people but I long to go where Uod is light and I am sure there will be no blacklegs there. State War rants, Execution Sales, Warrantee Deeds, Detainer Action mid Bond, Oil and Uhb Leasee, Allidavit and Proof of Debt, Attachments, Mittimus, Magistrate's Warrants, State Warrants, Executions, Replevins, Mortgages, Leases, Options, Subpoenas, Always on huud at reasonable prices, NEWS JOB OFFICE, Seiiachet1, Tenu. One of our young ladies writes love Before I letters seven pages long. Hon ICellv went to .lasner Sundav starting he ordered the News. j with a smile on his face as long as a ranroaa iron. Mrs. Win. Cain and Mrs. Los Angeles, Cal., sent ly Dave E. wero here Monday evo. , . , in I Mrs. Philips went to Sequachee Col lege Tuesday to visit her daughter, Mrs. t lora Anderson. Misses Violet, Lillie and Laurel Crosier, of Sequachee, were in the city Sunday and Sunday night and left for home on the morning train Monday. R. L. Colston, formerly of this place but now of Ilushville, Ind., was in the city last week. He has just recovered from a pretty severe spell of small-pox. The Masons will give a dinner and have a grand parade on the 24th of June. All Masons and their fam ilies in the Valley will be invited to participate in the exercises. There will be a Chapter of the Eastern Star organized in the near future. All Master Mason's, their wives, daughters, sisters and mothers are elegable to membership. E. E. Bull is having extensive re pairs done on his house. Col. Ben Condra and Mr. Davis are doing the work. It will be a subsiantial and attractive house aud then we will have to say Col. Bull. l'ryor. It is a curiosity much unlike the frogs here. SO. PITTSBURG ELECTION. At an election held at So. Pitts- hun? Mav 4tli for ih- purpose of electing a inavor and throe alder men and two trustees the follow ing were elected: For mayor, W. E. Cm-Ur, re e.cct- ed: lor aldermen, Arthur lUulston, Dan Sheridan. Win. Mctu-e; lor school trustees. W. R LadJ and V. II Wilson. Very littie inUrr.-t was shown in the election and ,1 very small vote cast. IN MAN. Sperial to tho News. Henry Hibbs of Caroline Chapel, Iipth Monday. Jii-t, ;;Kk l.'.vs Thurman, 0rar Francis ani Djve lleneni'er how thev'd like to go turkey h untinj. O- i-iir Fraiui has i.ureh ixi-it n vv slrw hat. J.i. Kr.vsoti's, i.f Sulphur Sinn, was bitched at J. P. Harris' Sunday. Wonder what iH 'he ailraetion. Why didn't Mini Mary Harris cu to churtli Sundav. M' SaMie I'eek is very poor ly at ibis writing. Tom Turner an 1 familvof Kl'ene-r, were veiling t Mr. Nancy l'er's Sundav. Mr. K. rrign;ore, f,f 0 11; limve. uas on oi;r treet Tue.!av- L i Ilu.'ri c!;ej at the ' Friday. Inuian liuiic. Mrs. J S Ferguson and children spent Tuesday aflornoon at her father's, Mr A L li rack en s. A jolly crowd of six wont flower bunt ing and had a tine time. There wa ono thing happened that was sad and that was Charlie Keed talked, of jump ing olf of theclifts but Howard Hrauken talked him out of the notion. The crod consisted of Messrs Charles Ileed, Fred I.ee and Howard ltrauken and Misses Loula Sboemate, Minnie Cain and Emily Leo. Uuess Who. How's This? . Wo oiler One Hundred Dollars Reward for any ' ase of Catarrh that cannot bo cured bv Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. C11LNKY & CO., I'rops., Toledo, Ohio. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for tho last lifteon years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all lui-.ini.ss transactions, and financially able to carry out any obligation made by their tirin. Wkst A, TufAX, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo. Ohio. W.u.m x. Kixxa v it Makvix, Whole sale druggists, Toledo, Ohio. Iliili's Catarrh Cure is taken internal ly, ucting directly upon th blood and in ueous Surfaces of the system. 1'rice T.'h-per liottle. Sold by all druggists. Te-Un,oniiils fre". H.K's Family Fills are tbo best Misses Virgie and Nettie Wills visit ed at John Moore's Sunday, and with Seppie Moore attended church at Eben ezer. Also Jim Davis. John Rogers went to C. C. Alder a to help up old grey, but old grey gave bim a kick and sent him rolling down hill into the goosepond. Allies Uounsaval looked sad Sunday, and some one else looked sad, too. If you want to see Wiley Spangler smile tell bim the meal barrel is emp ty. If you want to see Dug Moore smile give bim a sack and start bim to mill. Ask Virgie how she likes to plow old Pete; ask Uoorge Moore if be likes to go to see the girls. W. U. Spangler was plowing with his coat on the other any. Mead Rogers and daughter, Mrs, Minnio Mosior, visited at John Moore's lost week. John Moore caught a buffalo fish that woighed 10 lbs., in a pool of water. Jim Cures When Doctors Fail. Mrs. Frank Chiasson, Patterson, La., writes June 8th, 1001 : "I had malaria fover in very bad form, was under treat roent by doctors, but as soon as I stop. ped taking their medicino, the fever would return. I used a sample bottle of Herbine, found it helped me. Then bought two bottles, which completely cured me. I feel grateful to you for furnishing such a splendid medicine, and can honestly recommend it to those suffering from malaria, as it will surely cure them." Herbine, dOc bottle at So quachee Supply Store. "Wonder what Stewart will say today?" -9 Wondor what Stewart will say today'. r ' - I fT3! 1 Collars and Cuffs little finishing and ties and all the touches make an ini- , It's High Time you bought that -Tl ' x ' ' ' t ' ' I - It StN Ceiti (-,( Ail lilt ,li. TJ CJ ! l Or-i-.i.'.. JH pression upon lhe astute observer. And , JPnng su.t-warm wealtier win oon oe The time is ripe and the place and Mil's uro ready. NeVPr before b;ive we been ubl to of- for you such stylish, well-made, thor oughlv dependable clothing at such re iii.irkablo low prict-s as these: $10, $12.50 and $15. that imnression mnv concern one wei fare more than Is usuallv imagined. No one object to stylish things. Some many, in fact obj t-t to the luck of them. We hav the kind of togs that the astute observer thinlis well of. Silver Collars 15c SHse.' Ciffs 25c Elk Collars 10c Elk Cuffs.. 15c OASTOlIAa tl. u:J u... II. ...... n..Lk Beari the m m m nm m"'s muli C'hnnce to Join a Club That Will Mlke mill Kiiva lMfkmxv t'.ki- Yon. Everybody ulinitld Join the Mutual LlU'rury Mn iloClubof Arii'Tira. Tliert) Is liotlilnfrelss like It nywn,Tfi. nr,u almost nntbliiK to join ami ine benetltult Rlvpnurowonclcrful. ltenntilea you to riurt'haBe booksnnd periodica Is, music aud niuMcal iiRtrumentfl at ninrial cut Drlci-a. It secures re duced ratt-gatniuny hotels. It answers qupBtloni f ree of nhitrita. lr. nn-Hi-a snhninmhins and valua blecaso prizes to membPrs. it maintains clulii roomsin ninny cltlcsfor ltsmpmoers. in aounion, everv iv,pmbt-inpiv.a thAnfttfini mairuElne enti tled f '.v'ry MnutH" a publication In a claty ItBonMiielucilnir 6 nieces of huih-cluRS vocal and in strumental niuilc(fiill el.ej eaeli month without extra charge: 72 ill ep.es In o-e year In all. YOU CAN GKT ALL OF IHJiSJt 1'OB Air SIOST NOTHING. I The fu 11 yearly membership fee Is OneDollar for which you get all above, and yon mny wltk druwuny tlmo within three month It yon want to doflonnd Bet ., flcillni nuck. If you ,don't care to upend $1.00, send 85 cente for three mnnr.n, itfpntnerumn NitmTpnn nnord ubm this offer by. Vou will get your money back In value many times over. Full particulars will be aent free of charge, but If you are wise you will send In vour reoupnt for memnershtD wim tne E roper fee at once. The 2fl eta. three months mem ershlp offer will soon ohantn. Write at onoe ad dressing your letter and enclosing $100 for full year's memuarBnip or iweuiy-uve oeoui iur uuw NO. inwnaiiiinnni.,n, m.;ny. i WHITWELL DIRECTORY. Brown, SprlocK $ RauMon, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Wilt practice in all the Courts. rione Aa. S. WHITWELL, TENN. Read This! THE WEEKLY GAZETTE, CINCINNATI, OHIO. Established 1798 50cts. a Year Always Always Republican. Reliable. All the news of the week gathered by the Associated Press nnd our mam moth corpe of correspondents in every central point of tho globe. Forceful aud Fearless Editorials. Grand Serial Stories. Some Attractive Features Appearing each week are as follows: The Iianieps Horse. The Farm er's Leaf Timber Growing, Pumpkin Growing, Etc. Poultry, Live Stock and Dair)', Fruits, Vegetables, Flowera KaRciiiating Fashions for the Fair; Fashionable Patterns at Nominal Prices, lhe (Jon ti dfiice Corner, Kitchen Con. vtMiictici'3 and Aimolu'ely the 15ert Market Com.trv . Reports iu the You can't do without the Weekly liazeUe this winter. l'rlce M)c. ADUKESS: Weekly Gazette, Cincinnati, O.j CHURCHES. MISSIONARY BAPTIST CI1URCH- Rev W liillingsley, pastor; " Meeting every 3rd Sunday at 11 am. and 7 pm. Prayer meeting every Wednesday night at 7 pm. Sunday schqol every Sunday at 9::S0 am., O. W. Chastain, Supt. M. E. CHURCH, SOUTII-L. Dow Coff- gln, pastor; preaching every Sunday at 11 am., and 7:30 pm: Epworth League 2:00 and 3:00 pm., every Sunday: Sun day school every Sunday at 9:H0 pm., C. C. Shirley, Supt. Mt. Olivet 3rd Sunday at 3 pm; Sunday school every Sunday at 0:30 ara. Rich ard UiKsby, Supt. Red Hill, preaching 4tb Sunday at 3 pm and Sunday school every Sunday 0:30 am. CHRISTIAN CHURCH J. R. Johnson, Pastor. Meetings Saturday before 4th Sunday at 7 p. m. Sunday school 9:30 am. M. E. CHURCH S. P. Angel, pastor; preaching 1st Sunday at 11:00 a. m., and 4th Sunday at 6:30 p. m. Sunday school School every Sunday at 9:30 a. m. T. P. Duff, Supt. C. P. CHURCH W. T. Dale, pastor. Meeting are held on every third Sunday on each month at 11 am. and 7pra. Sunday school every Sunday at 9:30 am. W. A. Kei.LY, Supt. LODGES. UNITED MINE WORKERS OF AM erica, No. 287, meets every Thursday night at 7 p. m. (1. W. Jorden, Presi dent; Matt Griffith, Vice President; E. S. Duke, R. Secretary; W. L. San ders, F. Secretary; J. S. Hooper, Treasurer; Pat Cary and L. R. Layne, Hank Committee. MONROE CONCLAVE, No. 32, Regents of the White Shield: Meets every Friday at 7:00 p. m. R Burgess, RC; .'l W liarwick, V R E; A Frizzell, P R E; R Uiirsbv, R Chaplain; Thos. Williams It U; R Abraham, R T; R. Reeves, R Adj; Sam Colson, R J A; M E Reeves, R lj; W M Morrison, L L. WHITWELL LODCE, No. 503, F. & A. Masons meets 1st and 3rd Saturday at 7 p. m: N N Rush, W M; II P liry ant. S W; T M Walker, J W; Ii U Barker, Treat; H C (iravson. See. OLIVE BRANCH LODGE, NO. 52, 1. O. O. F., meets every Friday night at 7:30 o'clock: C C Cantrell, N. O; W E Cross VG; N N Rush, So.-; T P Duff, Treiis; L S llniiinirarKier, D I) M. POWIIATTAN TRIBE, No. 24, Inde pendent Order of Rod Mon meets ev ery Tuesday night at 7 o'clock: Pat McCov, Sachem; Walter Copplnger, S. S; Will Duke, !. R; J. D. Skin er, .1. S; John Carl .von, C. of R; II. H. II. Turner. K. of W'. LAUREL LODGE NO. !'S, K. of P., meets every Mondnv night at 7:15. W L Barber, C C; S B Alley, V C; John Ballard, P; J R Morgan, M H: W A L-vun. K of R; E P Tavlor, M E; TP Duff, M F; Lee Bryant, I G 1) 1 Layne, O G; Georgo Smith, Janitor. 8 West Otii St., CHATTANOOGA, TENN- i- -'1 - From Factory to Home Savi two profits. Beautiful Hantels Hake Beautiful Homes Our mantels combine variety in the highest degree, with btst material and workmanship. " High Grade" Is our motto, and we live up to it Mantels delivered fret east of the Mis sissippi or south of the Ohio River: freight equalized to points beyond. Write for cata logue No. 10 and other information. McClamroch Mantel Co., Greensboro, N.C