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I'titi.iNiir.it at
Sequachcc, MarioD County, Tenn.
KVi:iiVTiu'i:snA v.
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cure Insertion must bo banded In before
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too late (or publication.
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the opinions of its correspondents, nor
for signed communication, and nothing
will bo considered for publication which
in not accompanied by the real namo of
tjio writer not for publication, but as
an evidence of good faith.
THURSDAY,
Jr.VK 4, 11103.
SUNNYSIDE, TENN.
This department is conducted by Mr.
bdwin Hudson, who will receive and re
ceipt for subscriptions for the Nkws or
renewals thereof.
Children's Day 'services at Now IIopo
Sunday morning, Juno "tb. Order of
exercises: Song by Choir, "Soldiers,
Fall Into Line;" Invocation, by Ilev.
Coggin; Scripture Lesson, Matt. 21: 12
16, to be read by Sunday school; Uoci
tation, "The Children's Day, Iilhol
Graham; Recitation, "The Vine," by
Nona Hudson; Recitation, "The Flow
era' Message," by lour Uttlo girls; reci
tation, "Excuses," Maud Hudson; Song
by choir, "The Rose of Sharon; recita
tion, "The (iarden, Ona Condra; recita
tion, "It is June," llyron Graham; Song
by choir, "Littlo Warriors; exercise,
."The Garden's Music," by four little
girls; exorcise, "The King's Garden,"
by fourteen littlo girls and boys; Reci
tation, from Throno to Mangor," Mattio
Hudson; recitation, "A Message to the
Obi Church," Laura Easterly; Song, by
choir, "0 lleaulah Land;" recitation,
"I hear my mother calling, Lizzie Hud
son; exorcise, "Yo are my friends," by
five littlo girls; Song, "A Day's March
Nearer Home," by choir; Address, by
Rev. Coggin; Prayer; Olferings Collect
ed; Song, "Littlo Givers;" recitation,
"Our First Fruits," Lula Hudson; Song,
by Choir, "Homo Sweot Home."
After the services closo a basket din
ner will be served, and everybody is re
quested to bring dinner.
In the afternoon at 3 o'clock Rev. (J.
C. Williams will finish the subject he
began last Sunday.
Quito a number from Oak Hill attend
ed church at Now llopo last Sunday.
Art Grayson, of Whitwell, spent tho
first of the week here in these parts.
Jno. Easterly was down Monday from
Oak Hill.
Mrs. M. E. Condra and Ella Hudson
wont to Whitwell Monday.
A. B. Hudson went to Chattanooga
Tuesday of this week.
Ervin Grayson of A'bitwoll, was up
here Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs, J. A. Gray took dinner
with E W Hudson Sunday.
, John Moore attended Church bore
Sunday.
Early l'owull talked to his girls Sun
day. Didn't you see nini sinilinu'.'
SequachfJ river overlluwed hor low
lands Tuesday, Hooding a great deal of
young corn.
Tom Dill went to Wuitwull last week
Miss Ida Pickett was nil smiles Sun
day eve.
Fred Wilson and Mark Mabry went
across the river Sunday.
Misses Ella Graham and Nannie
Smith at New Hope Sunday.
If your subscription has oxpired it is
time to renew.
$100 HE WARD '$100.
The readers of this paper will bo
pleased to learn that there is at loast
one dreadi'd disease that science has
been able to cure in all lis stages ana
that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is
the only positive euro now known to
the medical fraternity. Catarrh being
a constitutional disease, requires a con
stitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
C iro is taken internally acting directly
upon the blood and mucous surfaces of
the svstem. thereby destroying tho
foundation of tho disease, and civing
the natient stronirth by building up the
constitution and assisting naturo to do
its work. Tho proprietors have so
much faitk in its curative powers, that
thpv offer One Hundred Dollars for any
pun that it fails to euro. Send for list
nf testimonials. Address,
V. J. CHEXUY & CO., Toledo, O,
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills aro 'he lu st.
GOOD REPUBLICAN PAPER.
If you want a good Republican paper,
read the St. Louis Globe-Democrat,
which will come to vou resrularly twieo
& wnnk. eitrht mires to the issue, for
nifrhtv contH more added to the sul.
scriotion price of tho News, or only
SI. 30.
Graveyard Cleaning.
On Saturday, Jum- '1 we are going
t a irrnvevard i leaniii'', at th
Iwin eravevnrd.. V' would be glad for
.11 .),,,.:.,, Iin.t will to ootno and assist
Ploaso bring hoes. ,.
W. li. M'AM.LLR.
...t,. tlMi K.r.d Yju H.tv Bcnjil
Kead the News fiDc a year.
f.i.c ni.i A,l Itll ran..
In 1 1 t. 'r 'l'"''-"
H
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Disfigured Skin
V' ngted muscles and decaying bones.
What havoc I
Scrofula, let alone, Is capable of all that,
and more. .
It Is commonly marked by bunche in
the neck, liinaiiimillons In me eyes, uya
I LMMieral debility.
It Is always radlcully and permanently
cured by
Hood's Sarsaparilla
irktK nil humnri rures all erUD
11 1111.11 rAjTCio mi ...."., , I
tions, and builds up the whole system,
wneiner young or uiu.
"TliKidTT'llit riire llverjlln :Jlie lion-lrrltatlnn anil
only ratlnrlie to iHko lth Howl ! Bri.prHl.
UNION GROVE.
Spocial to the Nows.
Raining and rooster fighting" is the
order of the day.
T I'll CiimUtf I
Mrs .1. li. SnnarM is Htili imorovin.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. II. Vinzant visited
Mr. and Mrs. Lasator Sunday.
Sam and John Rogers oi ktna, were
.'imnmr us fow davs last week.
niv.iu c-Hiith i,n,,Hned to tho bad
n
J "-n l
luck of inning his collar Sunday.
Lizzie Lewis visited Salho Moore
Saturday night. .
Wonder when Jas Uillingsley and
Henry Harnett are going back to Mrs.
I N Dickson's to rooster fight. I
it .. . mi... lrAHi1.ii Vl I
li you want. io sou uiiaj -
.mil.. . w..k her about the bov
that went to the ton of tho hill to look
Wonder why Alvin Spears and Miss
Alva Lowis walked so fast for Sunday.
Miss Delia Jordan visited at Will
Long's Sunday.
Miss Ida Webb looked pleased Sunday
Wm. Webb and Agnes Arlodge and
Will Vinzunt and Miss Cora Layno at
tended church bore Sunday.
Wonder how Floyd Ross and Henry
Harrett liked Etna. Fino I cuess. A
hasty trip, boys.
Mrs. Martin of Whitwell, v:sited at
Jack Shooinate's Sunday.
Wonder If anyone saw Molvin Moore
Sunday, llo was in that big collar on
the back scat.
We are listening for tho wedding
bolls to ring hero soon.
li: ... lnA., nnA I. la Vnut rrirl anil 1
.. .. . ,, j.
his high collar attended church Sunday I
Misses Mattie Rogers and Carrie Dix-
on looked like a May Festival flower
wagon Sunday.
under wbat bas become of tbe two
boys that went fishing near Caroline
Chiipel? They haven't been seen since,
Wonder what made Miss Mattie Jor
dan sing so loud Sunday.
Caloway Lewis went to Sequacheo
Saturday and reports a good time.
Miss Delia Jordan says her heart is
not at Whitwell, but Sulphur spring.
Wonder if Sam Rogers thought there
was going to he a basnet dinner or a
footwashinir here Sunday as be bad a
large basket full of shoes and dinner.
It is the last Sunday in June instead
of May. Come again, Sam.
Well, as tbe eirls are all out on a
beat not a strike, I close. Junobug.
You Know What You Are Taking
When vou take Grove's Tasteless
Chill Tonic because th formula is
plainly printed on overy bottle show
ing that that it is simply Iron and Qui- were in bloom and as we have had
Pay6 in50cUStC'OS8 frm' N0Ure' N fine rains in the last few days they
CURTISVILIE.
Special to the News.
Well ray cabbage is wondorfui; my
boans aro a sight; the sun Is shining
so lovely and gives light. If we live
faithful; lovo uoa ana ao rigni, our
crops will prosper and we will die right.
W. D., Hugh and Nancy Curtis were
out to see us Sunday morning.
W. T. Dugan wont to Whitwell Sat
urday.
Rev. Bird passed through here Satur
day.
Ticks within a mile of here are worth
50c per pound.
Our chicks aro gotting shy and our
potatoes are nearly big enough to eat.
Wo have two pigs and they cause the
old lady sights of trouble. Sho has got
hor another lice and when she traibs it
I will write all about It. Sho has al
ready learned It to eat chickens, use
snulT, break dishes and catch flies. It
is a beautifu flee and its name is Penny
but if it has any sense I don't know it
I lost the old lady tho other day and
began calling ber and no answer came.
I started to bunt her and a shadow
came over me and don't you think sbo
was nearly out of sight up a bean vine
picking beans for dinner. I shall have
to top my beans or loso ber. I am go
ing to get different urnip and bean
heeds next year.
Rev. Win. Kilgoro bns promised to
preach for us at lturrough's Chapel on
th" :rj Sunday in July. llro. Darr is
indebted to us a sermon, or rattier srr
mons to appar in the Statesman-Dem
orra.
Our school started .Monday witu a
Miss (iilllain as teacher. Wo wish her
much succ ss. Wo want to bo there
the last day.
Almost a watiT spout out hero Sun
day evening.
Mrs. A. .1. Curtis is no bolter.
Tho rin Sunday evening washed up
Wash Martin's potatoes wonderfully on
the hill side.
We were at Sequacheo Saturday and
hai to bonic in tbe rain.
Cold Wave.
lluntimid'in Faloons produced a
live y time jii"1 before closing by
Livim; a reuumnt sale.
GEO. W. LEWIS Agent.
Miss Cora Alley, of Jasper, is in
the city visiting relatives.
Messrs. Morrison, of Dunlap, are
, . . . i;, 1,' 1) 111
painting and papering K it,, Dull t
bouse.
Mrs. George Mark lhown, of Se-
(Juacliee, was in the city Monday
night.
Judge W. L. Eakin, of Chattanoo-
ga, is in the city this week taking de
positions
1). 1 . Lavne is having his house
re - painted. I. W. Martin is wield
ing the brush
Rev. Jeff Shelton returned from
lT...iri . til
msnvuie monaay wnerc ne naa
been attending a theological school.
Mikkph .Tnnnie .and Nell'i Hnrditi.
, ...
Oi iracy iiy, are in me cuy visaing
their grandmother, Mrs. li. J. Can-
non
i
iuiss uora oneuon, OI Ollipillir -
Spring, and Miss Willie lYigmore
were visiting Mis. J. II. Harris Mon
day of last week.
Mrs. Dr. J. M. Shelton, of Smith-
land, is visiting Dr. Shelton's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Shelton, of Sul
phur Spring.
Judge Byron Pope, Col. W. D.
Spears, 13. E. Tatura and Capt. Jas.
Roberson, of Jasper, are in the city
on legal business.
Elder W. II. Sutton, of Sparta,
will commence a series of Vermons at
the Christian Church commencing
the first Sunday in June
t u Morgan and Frank Kellv
"
spent from Thursday until Saturday
r j J
evening in me mountain near uaus,
hunting squirrels, turkeys, deer, etc.
Tbo,.Q on inn
M
B'veu t uic ouasuinu jiiuiauay
night for the benefit of the M. E.
...
church which was well attended.
Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Byers, of
Tracy CitjT, were visiting in the city
from Wednesday until Friday of last
week, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. E.
E. Bull.
Dr. J. L. Shirley will deliver the
address of welcome on the 24th and
Rev. J. A. Darr, of Jasper, will re
spond. Other speakers will be on
hand who will be announced later.
The chestnut trees must be in
bloom, as some weather prophets
said Home ten days ago that it would
nn. p.-m llnt:i ti. ,.ilolifniita n-ooa
must be in bloom, notwithstanding it
is not quite time for them to bloom.
The committee to arrange program
for the Masonic celebration on tho
24th of June, met Monday evening
of last week at the office of Dr. J. L,
Shirley. Those present were Lewis
Lakey, of Sequachee Lodge, L. P.
Daniel and W. A. Griffith, , of New
Hope Lodge, T. .A. Shelton tind
Wallace Haulston, of Altino Lodge,
C. W. Duke, C. C. Shirley and Dr.
J. L. Shirley, of Whitwell Lodge.
A partial program was arranged and
the place selected which is the grove
near E. E. Hull's.
teivjuf s Muh torc lien'
Obey Orders
If jour wife decrees that jou practise
better economy ttll her that you'll buy
our Silver SUirt next lime. It's tlio
best sbirt proposition that fiver came
long, and your dollar can't capture so
much vi.li.e anywbere else. Come and
see tb'em. V will bo gUi to show
ibemtoyou. Tbe patterns aro boauti -
ful. Djn't miss them.
STEWART BEOS.,
8 West 1tu Sr., Cll ATTANOO'J A, TENX
Department.
Hev. J. A. Ellison, of Jasper, pas
sed through here Monday enroute to
Dunlap.
Rev. YV. E. Dillingsley held a se
ries of services at the IJaptist church
last week.
Mrs. Laura Hardin, of Tracy City,
is in the city visiting her mother,
Mrs. Cannon.
Rev. L. I). Coggin preached Sun
day at the M. E. Church, south, at
11 am and 7:30 p. ni.
Elder J. W. Maddox and Miss
Mabel Fitch, of Bridgeport, Ala.,
were married Friday. The happy
pair arrived jn the city Saturday even.
nig.
Dr. N. 1J. Moore and Geo. W. Lc
wis went to Jasper Monday, the for
mer to sharpen teeth and the latter
to return his list for taxes for this
I. L- Janeway, who was so e-
verely injured in the runaway of his
horse some ten days ago, is able to
walk out and will be himself again in
a few days.
The scale committee of the United
Mine Workers of America met at
Tracy City Wednesday. Those
from here were M- T, Tipton, J. S
Hooper and G. W. Tickett.
The Knights of Pythias decorated
the grave of their deceased brother,
Mr. Uienson, at Mt. Olives, last Sun
day, he being the only one that has
died since the order was organized
here some ten years ago.
Last Thursday II. C. t iibson'B boys
and some other boys got into trou
ble on the side of the mountain and
Mr. Gibson picked up his rifle gun
and shot at the crowd hitting Ben
Adkins who happened to be near and
shouting him though the leg below
the knee. Gibson was arrested and
pled that he had no intention of
shooting anyone but fired his gun, as
he thought, at a pillar under a house
tofnghten the boys away.
Brown, Spurlock Raulstott,
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW,
Will practice in all the Courts.
none No. S. WHITWELL, TENN.
Chance to Join a Clnb That Will
Make and Suve Money for Vou.
ErervboUr should loin tlia Mutnnl Mtprarv Vn
lo Club of America. Thereto nothing else like it.
anywbere. it cobis almost nothing to join and tho
benefits it Rlvpg are wonderful. Itenables you to
fiurchaaebooksand periodicals, music and musical
nstruments at special cut prices. It secures re
duced rates atfnuny hotels. It answers questions
tree or coaiye. jc oners scuoiarBntps ana valua
ble cash prises to members. It maintains club
rooms In many cities for Its members. In audition,
every mem ber receives the official magaslne enti
tled" Kv'rv Month"npuhllcutlonlnaclasby
Itself .lncludlns 6 nieces of hhrh-olnMi vocal nnd In
strumental muslo(full slse each month without
extra charge: jz pieces in ore year In all. YOU
CAN UKT AI.L.UD' 1'lii.Sli ilLMii'lTS FOB .
MOST NOTHING.
The run yearly memnerstip ree Is une Dollar ror
which you get all altove, and yon may wlta
druwsnv time within three mom ha If vou
want to do so and Ret your dollnr buck. If you
don't care to spend $1.00. send 25 cents for three
months membership. Noonuycan afford to pass
this offer by. You will get your money back In
value many times over. Full particulars will boi
sent free of charge, but If vou are wise von will
send In your reauest for memlierehln with tie
proper ree at once, i ne cis. turee montns mem
bership offer will soon change. Write nt once ad
dresslngyour letter and enclosing S1.00 for full
year's membership or twenty-Uve cents for three
months to
MUTUAL LITFHART MTTSIO CLtBi
Wn. I SO N n St.. N . Y. f tl r.
"Look at Her Feet!"
I Tins familiar exclamation may moan
' two vi'ry different tilings admiration
or ridicule. Gentlemen, don't let it
j m,.an Uiu latter in your raso. I!o proud
jW hen you hear people say, "look at his
j foei' It's t-asy enou'b; come to us for
i yolir slioe, and ymir feet will bo loth
; handsomely and durably sbod.
Mpn.g DuraVl0t Cool anJ Comfort-'
f aMe Low Cut Saoe at - - - S.i.r.o
j Cbeaper ono at 91.50, i oti, and - 50
100 KILLED
BY CYCLONE
IN GEORGIA
Meree Storm Hits Gainesville
and Vicinity, and in Two
Minutes Causes Vast De
struction of Life and Prop
erty. BIG COTTON MILL
CUT IN TWAIN
Five Hundred Persons are at
Work at the Time and
Eighty Meet Instant Death
While Scores are Injured
Brick Business Blocks
Razed as Though Made o
Cardboard.
Gainesville, Ga, June 1. One
hundred uersmis were killed, 150
injured, and 100 huusep demolish
ed to tiny by a cyclone which hit
this ciiy nnd .ubuil9. Of the kill- j
ed probably two-lhirds were wom
en and children, who were opera
lives in the cotton mills.
'' The cyclone first bit the town
below the southern railway depot.
It dropped almost unnoticed and
before any one realized what was
happening it had ripped down
brick buildings, frame houses,
churches and school building as if
they were structures of paper. One
of the first large buildings to fall
was the Gainesville cotton mills, a
three-story structure. The third
and second stories were shaved ofl
smoothly, and it is believed every
person working in them perished
About 500 people were working in
the buildings at the time, but a
great portion of them were in the
lower story and escaped.
In the five brick buildings on tlje
main street about 18 people were
killed, most of them employes in
the stores.
The roof of the electric car barn
was lifted and tbe building badlv
damaged.
The Gainesville iron works was
demolished and several people
perished in the wreck. Ihe Gains
ville cotton oil nulls were blown
down. The old Piedmont hotel,
used as a school and apartment
house, was razed and halt a dozen
or mote ueoide killed in it. The
Richmond hotel ws wrecked, and
several perished alonu with it.
Fire broke out in ihe wreckage
of the buildings on Main street and
whs only put out after desperate
work on the part oi the depart
ment, whose ellorts were handi
capped by the debris which block
ed the streets
ihe storm lasteu less tnan an
hour aud the labor of rescue began
at once. All the stores in f he bus
iness section that were not hit clos
ed their doors and every male citi
zen that could lend a hand prompt
lyjointdthe work The cyclone
then swept around the outskirts of
the city to the suburbs of New
Holland two miles away, where
are located the I'acolet cotton mills
one of the largest institutions of its
kind in the South. The plant of
the I'acolet company was not seri
ously damaged, but probably 100
cottages standing nearby, occupied
bv operatives who were employed
in the mills, were completely de
molished, killing thirty three peo
ple These were mostly aU women
and children, as the heads of fami
lies were nearly all in the factory
at work.
A meeting was held to organize
a reliet committee, and an appeal
was made to the public for funds
to assist the mid operatives who
are thrown out of work.
WANTED Several industrious per
sons in each slate to travel for bou-ie es
tablished eleven years and with a large.
capital, to call upon merchants and
agents for successful and profitable line.
Permanent engagement. Weekly cash
salary of t-lS and all traveling expenses
and hotel bills advanced in cash each
week. Experience not essential. Men
tion reference, and enclose self-addressed
envelop. TIIK NATIONAL, 3:J1
Dearborn St, Chicago.
Tbe Dramatic Sor.isty bas commenced
work on a "black-face." production for
tbe evening of Ju'.y 4th, entitled "Tbe
Belles and P.eaux of Ulackville," which
will be bil ir ously f unny. The enter
tainment is scheduled for tho new Tow n
Hall.
Slock is bt'uig subscribed for a
fi'iOO.OOO hotel Memphis.
Some of the (rt fi- from a t-hower
atlileas.iii wur- h.tlf p,r vn.
Read This!
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-WHITWELL DIRECTORY.
CHURCHES.
MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCII
Rov VV Uillinfjsley, pastor; Meeting
every 3rd Sunday at 11 am. and 7 pm.
Prayer meoting every Wednesday
night at 7 pm. Sunday school every
Sunday at u::!0 am., O. W. Cbastaln,
Supt.
M. E. CHURCH, SOOTH L. Dow Co
(?in, pastor; preach injr evory Sunday at
11 am., and 7:;10 pm: Epworth League
3:00 and 3:00 pm., every Sunday. Sun
day school every Sunday at 9:30 pm.,
C. C. Shirley, Supt.
Mt. Olivet 3rd Sunday at 3 pm; Sunday
school overy Sunday at 9:30 am. Rich
ard Eiisby, Supt.
Red Hill, preaching 4th Sunday at 3 pm
and Sunday school every Sunday 9:30
am.
CHRISTIAN CHURCH J. R. Johnson,
Pastor. Meetings Saturday before 4th
Sunday at 7 p. ra. 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. Difk, Supt.
C. P. CHURCH W. T. Dale, pastor.
Mooting are held on every third
Sunday on eacb month t 11 am. and
7 pm. Sunday school every Sunday
at 9:30 am. V. A. Keli.'v, Supt
UNITED MINE WORKERS OP AM
erica, No. 287, moots every Thursday
night at 7 p. m. U. W. Jordon, Presi
dent; Matt Grifflth, Vico President;
E. S. Duke, R. Secretary; V. 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,
R C; .1 W Barwick, V R E; A FrUzell,
P R E; R Rissbv, R Chaplain; Tbos.
Williams R 11; R Abraham, R T; R.
Reeves, R Adj; Sum Colson, R J A; M
E Reeves, R lj; W M Morrison, L L.
WHITWELL LODGE. No. 503, F. A A.
Masons meets 1st and 3rd Saturday
at 7 p. m: N N Hush, W M; II P Bry-
' ant, S ,W; T M Walker, J W; E U
Bnrker, Treas; II C Grayson, See.
OLIVE BRANCH LODGE, NO. 52, I. O.
O. F., meets every Friday nigbt at
7:30 o'clock: C C Cantrell, N. G; W" K
Cross, VG; N N Rush, Sec; T P Duff,
Treas; L S Baumirarlnor, D G M.
POWHATTAN TRIBE, No. 24, Inde
pendent Order of Rod Men meets ev
ery Tuesday nigbt at 7 o'clock: Pat
McCov, Sachem; Walter Coppinger,
S. S; Will Duke, P. R: J. D. Skin
er, .1. S; John Carlvon, C. of R; II. H.
II. Turner, K. of W.
LAUREL LODGE NO. 1)8, K. of P.,
meets every Monday nigbt at 7:15.
W L li ul.e'r, C C; S B Alloy, V C;
John Ballard, p; .1 R Morsran, M II;
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