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PlllUMIKK AT lequachee, Marion County, Tenn. KVKItV TUl'IIKIiAr. HILL t SON. EiiiTuiw ami rrui.iMiiKKH Subscription Price, 50c a Year in Advance. IHT News and advertising matter to se cure Insertion must bo handed in before 12 o'clock oach Wednesday, or it may be too late for publication. , Tiik Nkws will not bp Tf'HnnnHililH for the opinions of its correspondents, nor for signed communication, and nothing will be considered for nuhlicatinn Is not accompanied by the real name of the writer not for publication, hut as an evidence or good faith. THURSDAY, OfTOIlKIt 1, 11103. 1 HE Dixih Game Fowl lnskes bo me quaint allusions to the pap ers composing the TenreKseo Press Association and gays the majority of them take anything on subscrip lion from turnips to hilly goals The English regarding the billv- goats would lead one to think such paper were edited by the genus capra, in which case they might include some tin cans on mibscrip tion. Fostek V. Hkown is still being talked of as a republican candidate for Governor of Tennessee Ht the coming gulinatorial election. We should like to see Mr. Brown in the Governors seat. The Dunlap miners have return ed to work and "'peace reigns one more in Warsaw," due, we opine to sound legal advice. We are gla the matter has been settled. "Ye Ragtime Philosopher" is getting up some quaint conceit! ' regarding the denizens of this valley for the Tracy City News we beg your pardon Mrs. Grundy, but us none of them hit Sequachee we will let it pass. We received a quarter on sub scription Monday morning and consequi ntl.y the oJliee was in a state of boom all day long. GAGE, TENN. Special to the News. Wo have had a nice wook for saving feed though today is threatening rain and the weather Is some cooler. We aro done picking poas and would like to get potatoes dug before much rain if possible, though we aro ready to receive all that comes. We bad a good meeting on the fourth Sunday. Bro. Cbilds deliverod an ex cellent sermon at 11 olock, and l!ro. Rolling at 4 p. m., and Bro. Moonaban kept silent on account of being ill. We hope be will soon be able to speak to the people. lira Savage failed to attend church Sunday. His wifu had some beans out and as it looked like rain they went out to bring them in, but spilled them all on tbe ground, and they had a job for a while. I know it hurt Bro. Savage as be likes to be on band. Ho is a good member and wants to do right. J. H. H. Boyd and J. S. Hickey went in caboot to stall feed a nice cow for beef, and yesterday morning at 10 o' clock death claimed the cow. Thoy got tbo caboot and D. D. Boyd the hide for skinning ber, so they came out at the little end of the born, so like th; little boy tbe calf ran over they had nothing to say. Wo found out thero wasn't anything wrong with J. II. II. B. or his mule. He just met some company and went back borne. I think Mr. Bovd is somewhat taklntr a liking to your little city. He has a beautiful place here, and has tbe finest stock farm on tbe mountain. It would suit better for a stock farm than for bis business. Wo hope he will stay with us. J. C. Boyd stopped oil school this week on account of too much work for tbe children. How's This? We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. V. J. CHENEY & CO., l'rops., Toledo, Ohio. We, tbe undersigned, have known l j. Cheney for the last fifteen years, and believe bim perfectly honorable in all businoss transactions, and financially able to carry out any obligation made by tbelr firm. West fc Tkuax, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio. Waldkx. Kissas it Mahvin, Whole sale druggists, Toledo, Ohio. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internal 1 acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of tbe system. Price 750 per bottle. Sold by all druggists, Testimonials free. Hall's Family Pills are the best M. E. CHURCH APPOINTMENTS. At the Uolston Conference bell at Knoitille which closed on Monday tho following appointments were made for Sequachoe Valley: South 1'lttsburg, E. Omnhundro: Ja r J. A. MlwhMI: Pikeville, A. J. Mur- phy; r Victoria, S. P. Angel. Mason David, 1 1U tars oi l, died Impaired Digestion May not ho all that ir meant by dytprptia now, but It will be if neglected. The uneasiness after eating, fits of nerv ous headache, sourne83 of the stomach, and disagreeable belching may not be very bad now, hut they will be If the stomach Is suffered to grow weaker. Dyspepsia Is . such a miserable disease that the tendency to It should he given early attention. This Is completely over come by Hood's Sarsaparilla which strenKthcnsthewholedlgestlvesystem DORAN'S COVE. Special to the News. The union men are still in camp and looking hopefully to the future. Tbey still think they will win. Tbey have a jolly time at their camp. Pies McCampbell passed through our camp this evening going to soe bis girl and returned pretty soon. E. 1). Thomas was In town to-day and was oh so happy. W. C. Brown and ye writer wont mus cadine bunting Sunday and found some bazlcnuts. W. C. Brown is a sly old fox. He goes to hen roosts and catches black legs and converts tbem into union men. Tom' Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Smith have gone to Coon Creek to at tend Association. Uuess thoy will have a good time down there. Oscar ltidloy is going to move to pa- Da's to-dav. D. D. Rogers Is going to occupy his old dwelling. Guess D. D. will bavo a good time running for sher iff in Marion County, and living in Jackson County. I wish 1 was there to see the race. I think be would got there Eli. John MoWllliatu is moving today. Don't know where he will stop. Four men from Ortno wero visiting in our camp today. They say said "Hold to tho ropo, boys, tbe labor world is tn your favor." Mayflower. Union is all tho go hero. Tho blacklegs don't liko tbo union men. ' Tom Smith has returned from tho Association at Coon Creek. Wish Bill Dooley had got bore with those cuts as thero are plenty of rats here. Tbe farmers aro breaking their land for another year. When the social club moots Will Brown is so lazy that he can t sit up, Don't know what will become of him, but I tell vou bo talks union to tbo blacklegs. All tbe bovs want to look out (or the Intended candidate for sheriff; be works here. Old Ned. LOW CLUBBING OFFER. For 30 cents additional to the regular subscrinUmi price of tho News, to all subscribers paying up all arrears and one year in advance, we will sena tne Louisville Home and Farm, a No. 1 good agricultural paper, one year. Tbe smallpox in Carter county is reported uuder control. WHITWELL DIRECTORY. CHURCHES. MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH- Rev W Billlngsloy, pastor; Meeting every 3rd Sunday at 11 am. and 7 pra Prayer meeting every Wednesday night at 7 pm. Sunday school every Sunday at 9::i0 am., O. W. Chastain, Supt. M. E. CHURCH, SOUTH L. Dow Cog' gin, pastor; preaching every Sunday at 11 am., and 7:30 pm: bpworth League 2:00 and 3:00 pm., every Sunday; Sun day school every Sunday at 0:30 pm., C. C. Shirlev, Supt. Mt. Olivet 3rd Sunday at 3 pm; Sunday school every Sunday at 0:30 am. Rich ard Rigsby, Supt. Rod Hill, preaching 4th Sunday at 3 pm and Sunday school overy 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 7 pm. Sunday school every Sunday at 9:30 am. W. A. kki.ly, Supt. LODGES UNITED MINE WORKERS OF AM erica, No. 287, meets every Thursday night at 7 p. tn. M. T. lipton, Prcsi' dent; J. J. Hooper, Vice President; ,1. II. Harris, F. Secretary; W. L. San ders, C. Secrotary; Mart Creek, Janb tor. MONROE CONCLAVE, No. 32, Regents of the White Shield: Meets every Friday at 7:00 p. m. R Burgess, R C; J W Barwick, V R E; A Frizzell, .PR E; R Rigsby, R Chaplain; Tbos. Williams K III K Abraham, K T; K. Reeves, R Adj; Sam Colson, R J A; M E Reeves, It y; W M Morrison, L L. WHITWELL LODGE, No. 5W, F. A A. Masons meets 1st and 3rd Saturday at 7 p. m: N N Hush, W M; 11 P Ury. ant, S W; T M Walker, J W; E H Barker, Treas; B C Grayson. Sec. OLIVE BRANCH LODGE, NO. 52, I. O. O. V.. meets every today night at 7:30 o'clock: C C Cantrell, N. O; W E Cross, VU; N N Rush, Sec; T P Duff, Treas; L S Baumgartner, D G M. POWHATTAN TRIBE, No. 24. Inde pendent Order ol Kea Men meets ev erv Tuesday night at 7 o'clock: Pat McCov. Sachem; Walter Copplnger, S. S; Will Duke, P. R; J. D. Skin r, J. S; John Carl von, C. of R; II . H. 11. Turner. K. of W. LACREL LODGE NO. 98. K. of P., meets every Mondav night at 7:15. W L Barber, C C; S K Alley, V C; John Ballard. P; J R Morgan, M II; W A L van. K of R: E P Tavlor. M E: T P Duff, M K; L"e Bryant, I O; I) T Layne, O G; Gqorge Smith, Janitor. httttcU gciiavtmcnt. GEO. W. LEWIS Agent. (ieo. W. Lewis went to Jasper Thursday on business. W. H. Sartain of So. Pittsburg, was in the city last week. . Perry Jones of So Pittsburg, was in the city Thursday and Friday. J. E. Teague, Esq., and J. II. Bar ker, Esq , of the 3rd district, was in the city Thursday. Thomas Collins, of Kimball, was in the city l-riday visiting his son, who is sick with fever. Mrs. S. L. llavron left Thursday morning for Trenton, Ga., on a visit to her mother's Mrs. Brock. Married on Tuesday of last week, 'Squire S. L. llavron officiating, JMr. Cleve Ross and Miss Cora Mosgrove. rrof. Gut C. Siblev has resigned his position as principal of the pub - f i lie school and Prof. II. 11. Gilliam has taken his place. W. F. Price left Tuesday for Nashville, where he will matriculate in the medical' department of the University of Nashville. Mr. A. Biese, of Chattanooga, general agent for the Prudential Life Insurance Co., of Newark, N. J , left for his home Tuesday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Byers, of Tracy City, were in town the first of the week. While here Mr. Byers purchased a fine horse of J. J. Dykes. Mrs. Sally Strother, of Lincoln county, Ga. who has been visiting Mrs. John Carlyon and Mrs. A. II. Strother for several weeks left last Thursday for her home. The renowned Bill Dooley of Cop- pinger Cove, was in the city a day or two last week but did not have any cats with him for sale. Bill is all right. Wonder if the cats he took to market were pole cats. We are informed that the road commissioners have decided to sur vey the Ketner Cove route to the Hamilton county line, If they adopt that route it will secure a large vote for the bond bill in this end of the county. Last Sunday Henry Loveday and Miss Ada Morrison, Henry Ivilgore and Miss Annie Morrison left the top of tbe mountain in haste and for fear of being overtaken by angry parents lost no time in making their way to the foot of the mountain where they met S. L. llavron, Esq., who soon united them for better or for worse. It was a Gretna-green affair. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Pryor, of Whitwell, spent two or three days in the city this week with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Heard. Mr. Pryor is one of the oldest men in the valley and is well preserved for a man of his age. While here he visited several of the old settlers and inter ested in the points of interest in the valley. In company withjD. J. Rog ers and the editor ho visited Rankin house spring. He said he had al ways considered the spring one of the best he had ever seen. Dunlap Tribune. NEW FALL AND Our new Fall & Winter Stock : : is now being received daily, and in a very short time we will be better equipped to supply the wants and demands of our trade than at any previous period in the history of our business here. Thanking you for the liberal pat ronage of the past season, we now solicit a continuance of the same for the coming season. STEWABT BSCS., f 8 Wkst 9th St., CHATTANOOGA, TENN. J. B. Wotnaek, of Victoria, was in the city Saturday. Mrs. Verna Lamb, . of Victoria, Was in tho city Friday. P. C. Pucket, of Nat, Ala., was in the city a few days last week. A. H. Strother went to Chattanoo ga, Thursday Returning same day.' W. H.Jordan and son, Hiram, of Caroline Chapel, were in the city Monday. Miss Myrtle IJilliard who is going to school at Jasper, spent Saturday and Sunday at home. F. L. Price left Sunday morning for Columbus to visit his brother, Rev. Rev. J. T. Price. Married Sunday, Ransom Smith and Miss Alice Hamilton, Webster Condra, Esq., ofliciating. Mrs. J. L. Shirley went to Oolta wa last Friday on a visit to her old home and father, Win. Thacker, Esq. Rev. L. D. Coggin preached an a ble sermon Sunday at the M. E Church on the subject of water bap tism. M. E. CHURCH EXTENSION!. J. S. Burnett, presiding older of tho Chattanooga district, M. E. Church, had the following to say in Holston confer once last week regarding church work in his district. He spoke very enthusiastically of tho work that has been done on the moun tain counties on tbo Cumberland plat oau where new towns are springing up. the country is being rapidly developed and excellent opportunities for church work afforded. Ho stated that twenty five new churches are needed in his dis trict to afford thoso in the new towns an opportunity to worship. Elder Burnett stated that in most instancos thoso could be ercctod with but little help from the board of church extension. El der Burnetts sumraarizi'd report is as follows: 1,513 conversions; 878 new mem bcrs; incroase of $1,400 in amount paid pastors and of 8300 in benevolent col collections. Uf appointments to committees we note on Education, W. C. Wheoler; on Sunday S:hools and Tracts, S. P. Angel on Tumpuranuo, A. J. Murpbey. New Cumberland Minister. lluntsvillo, Ala., Sept. 21). Tbe scs sion of tho first Cumberland Presbyte rian church has been notified of tho ac ceptance of Rev. U. G. Mitchell, of Me Kenzio, Tenn., of tbe call recently ex tended him to become pastor of that church. Dr. Mitchell is one of the best known ministers in tho denomination. He will assume his duties hero early in November. Rev. S. P. Pryor, for sever al months pastor of the church here, departed today for Lebanon, Tenn., where ho will complete bis studies in the theological department of the Cum berland university. OASTOniA. Boari tho e Kind Vou Hava Always Bought Grown, Spurlock Raulston, ATTORN EYS-AT-LAW, Will practice in all the Courts, rioiie No. 8. WHITWELL, TENN. Mim tcu'5. WINTER GOODS! We know ve have n Clothing in town or anywhere. . . COME AND SEE $ 5f00 twill worsted suit for ....... $ 4.00 6.00 all wool suit for o.OO 7.50 all wool suit for 6,50 8.50 all wool suit for 7.00 .1 0.00 all wool worsted suit for. . 8.50 1 2.50 all wool'solid black suit 10.00 1 5.00 all wool solid black suit. 1 2.50 Also bargains in Pants CALL AT Whitwell, SUNNYSiDE. Special to tho Nows. Sorghum making is tho order of the day. Rev. G. C. Williams preached at New Hope Sunday. Miss Ella Deakins took dinner with Misses Ella and Martha Eimorly Sun day. Mrs. Amanda Shelton and son return ed home Monday aftor visiting ber fa ther the past woek. A two-year-old child of Mr. and Mrs. John Brown died Friday night and was buried Sunday at tbe Hoodenpyle graveyard noar here. Miss Edith Hudson went to Whitwell shopping Tuesday. Miss Mary Rogers has gone on an ex tended visit to her cousin Mrs. Aman da Shelton at East End. Green Powell took dinner at W. J. Rogers Sunday. Miss Florence Hudson wont to Whit well shopping Wednesday of last week. Miss Lizzie Easterly spent Sunday night with Miss Mary Rogers. Mrs. G. S. Smith and son returned from Birmingham Monday after spend ing a week with her daughter, Mrs. S. F. Uargis. Mrs. W: L. and Miss Mintle Easterly went to Condra shopping Saturday. Si'ss Ethel Grayson visited Miss E- dith Hudson one day last woek. Like wise Mrs. Delia Pickett. Mrs. W. L. and Miss Mintie Easterly and Mrs Amanda Shelton visited Miss Mary Mabry, of Oak Hill Friday of last week. Ransom Smith and Miss Alice Ham ilton were united in tbo holy bonds of matrimony about one mile south of here Sunday by Esq. B. W. Condra. Mr. W. F. Loland. of Jasper, spont TuesdaynightatE.il. Hudson's. Misses Lula Pickett and Laura Pow ell went to Condra's shopping Monday. Miss Maggie Graham took dinner with Miss Lizzio Hudson. Miss Loo G.tes spent Sunday night with Miss Ida Pickett. Miss Ella Layne went to Condra's shopping Friday of last weok. Hilda. LET. Special to tbe News. Mr. Jas. Leo and sister, Miss Emily, attended Howard Bracken's wedding at Morgan Springs Wednosday might. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bracken aro now at their homo on Main street. . Miss Pearl Soloman is visiting her sis ter. Mrs. Howard Bracken, this week. Miss Martha Gamble was in the city Thursday afternoon calling on E uily Lee. Miss Hester Thurman wont to Pike ville Friday to visit her sister, Mrs. Walter Mcltynolds. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bracken and Mrs. Pearl Soloman were the guests of Mrs. J. L. Lee and daughter, Miss Em ily Friday. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Humble and Mr. and Mrs. Kay Bracken made a business trip to Pikeville Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bracken ipont Sunday in Pikeville, Jas. Lee made a business .trip to Mor gan Spring and also to Cold Springs Monday. Guess Who. He Learned a Great Truth. It is said of John Wesley that be once aid to Mistress Wesley: "Why do you tell that child the same thing oyer and over again?" "John Wesley, because once telling is not enough." It Is for this same reason that you aretold again thatChamberlain's Cough Remedy curei colds and grip; that it counteracts any tendaocy of these diseases to result in pneumonia, and that it is pleasant and ufa to take. For tale bv Coldwell & Cbiudoin; and Whitwell Drug Co., Whitwell. A two days stock slio "i I open al Sweetwater October 1 1 the best bargains and Boys' Clothing. ONCE. Tennv Read This! -THE WEEKLY GAZETTE, CINCINNATI, OHIO. , Established 1798 50cts. a Year Alwayb A L WAV 8 Republican. Reliable. All the nows of the week gathered by tho Associated Press nnd our mam moth corps of correspondents In every central point of tbe globe. Forceful and Fearless Editorials. Grand. Serial Storiep. 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