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t i & ! i I i n i : i Sequaciw UaHey news. PUUM8HED AT Sequ&chec, Marlon County, Tenau EVKltY THUKMDAT. HILL A SON, Editokb and Fubusuebs Sibsoriptlon Price, SOo. a Year I Advaaoe. tySews and advertising matter to ae- care insertion musttoe banded in before IS o'clock each Wednesday, or It may be vuo iate lor puoucauon. The Nkws will not be responsible for the opinions of its. correspondents, nor for signed communications, and nothing will be considered for publication which is not accompanied by the real name of tne writer not lor publication, but an evidence of good faith. THURSDAY May 4, 1905. 'Twere Best to Sign Your Name LacK oi necessary signatures causes the rejection of several articlea this week. Sign your name if you want any attention paid to your communications. $ PETBOS, TENN. Special to thi Newt. After one gets in the habit ot writing it is a little difficult to quit, and as my former communications have escaped that terrible receptable, the waste bas ket, I will risk another communication. News in this part of the moral vine yard is like angel's visits, awful scarce, This being Sunday ye writer and tarn ily attended Sunday school at the M. . Church, south, This church has quite an interesting Sunday school with about 11,0 attendants. Rev. Jim ison Is superintendent i The Metho dists and Baptists are the only churches that have an organisation here, so they and the bad boys have taken the town. .. M. D. Moss and his better half and quite a number of others attended church at Old Union, four miles out In the country unay ana all reported a nice time. t .: f. , j The work at the mines here the past week baa been rather slack,1 working only three days during the week, but we hope It will be better in the near future. , '' ' "' "- ; I f , Dr. S. T. Smith,- of Dunlap, Is here visiting his son, J. B. Smith, ... who is the State Surgeon at the Brushy Moun tain prison, , The doctor is one who doesn't grow old. Both the father and and son are familiar figures of Sequa- chee Valley. Mrs. Frank Smith, nee Miss Maud Bridges, who is favorably known in the valley, has had seventeen teeth er tracted by Dr. Reese, of Clinton. Mrs. Smith has been In very delicate health for some time and her many friends here and in the valley hope 'for her re covery. We are sorry to learn through the Thans correspondent that our friend, M. D. Smith is so low. Hope I he will soon recover. We would be glad it ' M. E. G. would give us more news from Dunlap as we have many friends in that vicinity and being personally acquaint ed with her I like to read her commu nications. I would like to hear of the Dunlap mines running full time. -Through the generosity of A. H. Woods Potros is to have a Y. M. C. A. building. The structure will be the largest building in town. It will be 100x60 and will be two stories high. The ground floor will be used as a bnk. Petros has a building boom. New bouses are going up in all parts of the town. J. H. Rogers, C. W. Duke and Dr. Gott called on B. F. Cowan Sunday evening. ( - Tom Harrison has been suffering for several days with tonsllltis. . The last one to arrive here from the valley was John Condra who came in on Saturday and is looking for a loca tion for a pool room. John is a hustler in his line. Would like to say a few things for the information of Nip & Tuck that would enlighten his Ignorance, but the wise man Solomon has said that a fool is known by a multitude of words and we take the admonition for the present. Coperas Breeches. CATARRH CANNOT BE CURED with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they cannot reach the seat of tbe disease, Catarrh is a blood or constitutional dis ease and In order to cure it you must take internal remedies. Hairs Catarrh Cure is taken internally, and acts dl rnp.tlv on the blood and mucous surfac no. Hall's Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine. It was prescribed by one of the best physicians in this country for vaiira. and is a regular prescription. It is composed of the best tonics known, combined with thebest blood purifiers, acting direntlv on the mucoifa surfaces. The perfect combination of the two in gredients is what produces auch wond erful results in curing Catarrh. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by all druggists, 75c. Hall's Family rills are the best. MINES CHANGE HANDS. BRIDGEPORT, Ala., May 5. Spe cial.) The formal transfer of the Campbell Coal & Coke Co's interests at nrm. nnar this place, to the Battle Creek Coal & Coke Co., have been cloa ed. The mines will be In charge ot R. O. Campbell. The value of the mine la estimated at $1,000,000. y-tk. yelbi Hiln aiwslwtntocM Eruptions The only way to get rid nf vtimnles and other erup tions fa to cleanse the blood, tmTttt-kue tne oizesuun. uuu- iii.itfn th kidnevs. liver and skin. The medicine to taice is Hood'sSarsapariila Which has cured thousands. SEARLES, ALA. Special to the News. ,f A. N. Ansley, a Jewelry man from Bessemer, was here Saturday. The Alabama Consolidated Coal ana T,m r ii hnir minora off Saturday. .wa w. un.w ...v.. - - - Edward Rlgby has arrived from a two week's visit in Tennessee. Messrs. Sm Tate, Henry Rankin, Grvin Bradlev. and kJlm Anderson arrived from Petros, Tenn., Saturday. Geo. Burgess and wife went to Keller- man Sunday visiting Thomas Burgess. TKo iiihuii Consolidated uoai a Iron Co. have made, several Improve ments on their plant, and Col. T. G. Bush, President ot the company, Mr. Led wick, agent for the company, and Superintendent of Brookwood, were here looking around the plant with the Searles Superintendent, Mr. Cain. Georca Turnbull and Joe Cain took supper with Edward Rlgby Sunday eve. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Marsh were visit ing Mr. and Mr a. Geo. Burgess Sunday evening. Mrs. Rlgby had an ice cream supper Saturday niffht-i and those present re port a real nice time. They .were Mrs. Nunn' and family, and' Messrs lit us Bar'wick, George Burgess, and George Turnbull. Mrs. Dollle Burgess is on the tick list this week.;; if!i Cnas. Marsh ot Searles, orders the Kewa. Also Joseph Cain. - Robt. Burgess and Tilman Boyd have moved from Eellerman to Searles. We understand that the non-union men are making Dientv oi money Whltwell. Hurrah tor Whltwell. Guess they need It. Walter Nunn has resigned his posi tion with the Alabama Consolidated Coal A. Iron Co.. and Geo. Burgess hat accented his position with the same company. v 'A flew cottage has been built for Geo. Burgess on Cam St. Mrs.Dollle Buuess and Mrs. Cain went to Kellerman Wednesday shop ping. Mrs. Walter Smith arrived from a S week's visit in North Birmingham last Tuesday. ' ' ' " ' J. D. Oirara ot 'Birmingham was on our streets Saturday.' ' ' Jim Knight went Birmingham Sun day. , ' i Whistling Kuius. I whitwelL ' Sfecial to the Newt. , , , s News is scarce but I will try to give vou a tew dots from our prosperous lit tle town of Whltwell.. .We are having nlentv ot rain now, and gardena ana corn are looking tine. ..Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Gann, Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Barlew, Miss- Vlrgle and Sam Hibbs, Albert Prlvett, Misses Maud and Lula Pickett and Miss Docie , Uann spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Virgel Mclatyre.. Mrs. J. W. Morrison and children spent Sunday with btor father, Dr. Burnett of Hicks Chapel. ..John Christian and daughter spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. w. uoitcamp. . .Mrs. lom uoiston was calling on Mrs. Prlvett one day last week. . .Uuite a crowd went to tne grave yard cleaning at Jasper Saturday... Mr. ana Mrs. J. vv. Morrison, ana Mr. ana Mrs. Thomas Holtkamp spent Friday In Chattanooga. While there they visit ed all the places of importance, and re port a nice time., .fuyrtie jsurneitspent last week wltb ber sister, Mrs. J. vv. Morrison. Misses Dora and Mary Chris tlon visited their grandmother, Mrs. W. M. Holtkamp Friday and Saturday. Virgel Mclntire gave tbe young folks a a singing and all report a nice time. . .Albert Prlvett, Sam uibbs ana Fred Holtkamp were out walking with their best girls Sunday. . .Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Holtkamp are expecting their daugh ters, Mrs. John Weddle and Mrs. L. G, Layne, home the first of June. Their friends, parents, brothers and sisters would would be glad to see them in Tennessee once more.. .Mrs. Sam Prlv ett and daughter, Mrs. Frank Prlvett, spent Saturday with Mrs. Thomas Holt kamp... UUIU8 tieuia oauedon Leonard Morrison yesterday.. .There was a sur prise wedding here April 28th when Miss Delia Morrison and Will Doss were quietly married, 'Squire Uavron officiating. It was a Gretna Green af fair. . .Bud Warren visited his brother's and sisters here Saturday and Sunday ..Virgel Mclntire called on Thomas Holtkamp Sunday morning. . .Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Holtkamp and children spent Sunday wltb Mr. and Mrs. J. W Morrison... R. C. Floyd, Virgel Mcln tire and Jeff Barlew called on J. VV Morrison Sunday. ..Come on, Nip & Tuck, wo like to read vour letters.. George, Arval and Maud Holtkamp and Myrtle Burnett called on Mrs. W. M Morrison Sunday. ..You just ought to see Mrs. W. Mr Holtkamp a flowers that she bought while in Chattanooga. They are the finest out.. Mrs. Joe Cols ton and Mrs. Ida West spent Saturday with Mrs. J. W. Morrison... Mrs. Verna Lamb called on Mrs. A. P. Lamb one day last week.. .Mrs. J. W. Morrison is spending to-day with Mrs. Thomas Holt kamp. ..Mrs. W. M. Morrison spent one day last weeK with Mrs. J. vv. Morrl son. Mornlni Glory. The reply to tbe Herrin correspondent win oe oonsiaerea wnen space permits, B.D. . Don't Think beeause yoa have taken many remedies ia vain that your ease ia Incurable. Hood's Sarsaparllla has cured many seemingly hope- Pets eases of scrofula, eatarrh, rheumatism. (kidney complaint, dyspepsia and debility,1 IritwU fpattmcnt. GEO. W. LEWIS Airent. kno w not what I till it at 'twas f f.a KViirlatr XXTnnA nil Jasper, were in the city Sunday. G. W. Bailey left Monday lor Pittsburg, pa.', in search of work. John Carlybn went to Pittsburg, Ga., last Saturday in search of work. Mr. and Mrs. Ed McCurry, of Sul phur Spring were in the city last Sun day, i . Mrs. Hattie Smith, of Clifty, is in ... . me city vismug ucriuuimr, iurs. i, P. Duff. Miss Annie Jones, is visiting her sister, Mrs. E, W. McCurry at Sul- phur Spring. John Cowan, rural mail agent commenced the rural delivery prompt ly the first day of this month. Rev. Joe Vasey, of Knoxville, was in the city the first of the week in the interest of the miners union. J. T. Raulston is an applicant for postmaster to till the Vacancy oc casioned by the resignation of Dr. J. L. Raulston. Dr. J. L. Raulston has gone to So. Pittsburg, . where . he will practice medicine in connection with Dr David Tate. e i WW ' J, a. navron, wno nas oeea in l.the theological school at Lebanon, Tenn., for the last six months, return ed home Saturday. Elvin G. Duke, who was committ ed to . jail last week charged with larceny, gave bond Thursday for his appearance at court. . Lon Martin left the first of the week for Hamilton county, having secured work in the tunnel that is being cut through Lookout mountain. Elyin G. Duke was arrested in Dunlap by Sheriff Lamb Tuesday of last week charged with stealing two watches from S. L. Ilavron fc Bro. Ha was taken to Jasper the same evening and lodged in jail. There was a hair pulling among some of the feminine gender on the mountain side one day last week. Constables and a Justice of the . Peace were called on to adjust the matter in a judicial way, . Stewart Bros. & Co. CLOTHIERS HATTERS, & FURNISHERS MENS' FINE SHOES 821 Market St.. V) CHATTANOOGA, TENN. l HAPPY HOLLOW. Special to the News. Well, It Is raining and I guess it will melt the clods. 9 We have bread and molasses yet, and plenty of bugs. Tbey are In the field and In the house. I planted a mllun patch, water million, musk million, an telopes an' cow cumbers, an' dad-lam It the bugs didn't kill every hill. I am going to plant again, and I am going to kill tbe bugs it parls green will kill them. Well, I went dowu to Mr. Ragsdale's other day. He was sitting on the porch washing bis feet in a cuspidor. I ses: "Good morning." Ses I, "you have a nloe footbatb." He says, "Yes, I sent oft and got It." Dam-lam-lt, if that don't beat me." John Carson still hitches his horse in Happy Hollow. Jim Holt and family wore visiting at Palley Lewis' Sunday. Doc Ragsdale visited at his son-in- law's Sunday. Guess he got a square meal. Sam McCurry is scratching his head. Jim Hamilton Is taking his time. Well. I have not swapped horses since I swapped with tbe doctor. My temper ature Is about normal now. Minnie and Mary Ragsdale made a trip to Coppinger Cove to dellvet some dishes to Austin Coppinger. With best wishes to tbe editor and the readers I will dump. Sleepy Sam. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy tbe Very Beit. "I have been using Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and want to aay it is tbe best cough medicine I have ever taken," aaya Geo. L. Chubb, a merchant ot Harlan, Mich. There is no question about tbe best as it will cure a cougn or cold in leas time than any otner treatment It abould alwaya be kept in the house ready for instant use, for a flu truth may be, told to me. WANTED. E WANT to save the people of Whltwell and Sequachoe Valley from $25 to $10 on every high grade, standard sewlnir machine purchased, by selling them one of our Drop-Head, Ball-Biarlng Vassar Sawing Machinis, with 10-year written guarantee with eaoh machine to replace anything that breaks or gives way within the 10 years. we sen tots machine for $25 on the Installment plan ot $3.00 per month. You can't afford to nav fifty or sixty dollars for a sewlnir machine when vou can buy this machine for halt the money, wbicb is guaranteed to be as good as any machine on the market. Have Jewelrv. Watches. Clocks. Guns and Musical Instruments to sell on same plan. WHIT WELL DRUG CO. DIED AT PITTSBURG, 6A. PITTSBURG, Ga., May O.-We had a very sad death in our town May 3rd, when the loving wife of W. F. Stone died. She was burled in the family cemetery about a mile from here. She left a husband and two sweet little children to mourn her loss, but she has gone to join her father and mother and aweet little babe who haa gone to rest We can not call ber back, but we can meet her in a better world where we will never part again, where we will meet with Jesus and dwell with blm forever. There will be no pain or sor row there, nor death. There we will rest forever with our loved ones who have gone before. N. L. Stone and family attended the funeral ot Mrs. Stone. N. L. and and VY. 8. Stone have returned to their home at Whltwell, while Mrs. N. L. Stone and daughter, mother and sister of W. F. Stone, will stay a few days with blm, and when the y return home they will be accompanied by the child ren of the deceased. Mrs. N. L. Stone and family spent Sunday with Mrs. Willie Northcut, her daughter. ' W.tO. HOLLMTIrVt Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets A Buy XsoMm ft laiy foals, Brian &eli Htalth aid Isaswal TlfW. A spaclflo for Constipation, IadlfeaUOR, LIt and Kidney Trouble. Pimples, Eecema, Impure Blood, Bad Breath, Blunieh Bewela, Headache and Backache. It's Rocky Mountain Tea in tab let form, SS ceiU a bos. Genuine wiade by Holustib Dave Compact, Hadlson, Wis. tOLDEN NUGGETS FOR SALLOW PEOPLE r m. i I ! T. Layne & Co.'s. Whituell. U May 20th. '05! S1.000.00 Also have a fine lot of Shoes, Hats, and Mens' Shirts that will be laid on the Bar gain Counter , on that date. LAWiNS and other Dry Goods that will go at Slashingly Low Prices. Come out on this date, and see how Cheap these goods go. . Bo WHITWELL, Special to the Mews. Well, Mr. Editor, I have just finished j reading the Herrin correspondence. ) Well, I suppose be Is a truthful man, but I never wrote that while tho union celebrated tbe 8-hour day we would go and draw our pay. He is mistaken there, but as be has gone that far I will say I would rather go on scabbing as he calls it, as to lie around depending on tbe union. He says we have taken their job. I want to ask him one question. Do the Whltwell mines belong to the union? No, the T. C. I. &' R'y Co. owns them. He said be never expeoted to work at Whltwell, but we guess he won't get tbe chance. He seems to think that everybody holds up for tbe union. Who are they? You take this county from tbe Alabama line to Sequatchie county, and aee If tbe farmers are not for those who are laboring, and not for the union. This is a free country and I don't in tend to belong to any Union, for I do not think tbe union a oenenolal organ isation to the country. I have got kin folks at Whltwell that will not speak to me, but that la all right The day la coming when tbey will want to speak and then we may take the big bead. God bless them, we love tbem. Visiting is tbe order of the day. Elvin Duke was arrested in Sequat chie county last week, charged with stealing two watches tor Uavroa A Co., of this place. He was taken to jail at Jasper, but later released on bond. Mrs. Ruth Ford returned to her home after a week's visit at Roppe, Tenn. Miss Sallle Golston and Mrs. Fergus on, visited Mrs. SamKllgore last week. R. F. Rogers was in town last week. W. M. Barnes looked lonesome Sun day. Geo. Moore and lady friend were out walking Sunday. Miss Llna Berklin visited Misses Sal lle and May Golston Sunday. Miss Ellen Bailey returned to her borne at Etna Saturday. Mrs. Wm. Barnes Is visiting her pa rents at Etna. Come on Mt Olivet Clyde Griffith went to the mountain Sunday to aee bis girl. Will Griffith visited home folks Sat urday night Wonder was haa become of Jasper Abies. ' With best wishes to tbe News and its readers, I will bid you all good nigbt. Nip & Tuck. Bears tie Tin Kind Voii Him Always hngK Kgaataie af The advertisement carried in the Kews always pays. JY. FECIAL worth of Glothing Close out at cost We Risk It Druggists Who Sell Dr. Miles' Nervine Agree, If It Fails. To Refund Cost. Of course we reimbume the druggist. ' You know him, and trust blm. Dr. Miles' Nervine Is medicine for your nerves. It cures diseases of the internal cr gwns, by giving tone to the nerves which make these organs work. U Is a novel theory not of anatomy, but of treatment; first discovered by Dr. Miles, and since made use of by many wide-awake physicians, who ap predate its value in treating the sick. If you are sick, wa offer you a way to be made well Dr. Miles' Nervine. This medicine ia a sctentlflo cure for nervo disorders, auch as Neuralgia. Headache, Loss of. Memory, Sleepless ness, Spasms. Backache. Bt Vitus' Dance. Epilepsy or Fits, Nervous Pros tration, etc. By toning up the nerves. Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine will also cure those diseases of the internal organs due to , a disordered nervous system. Some of these are: Indigestion, BU- ' lous Headache, Kidney Trouble, Chronto Constipation, Dropsy, Catarrh, Rheuma tism, etc. "My brother had nervous prostration, and was not expected to live. I pre vailed upon him to try Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine, and now he haa fully recovered. You remember I wrote you how It saved my life a few yeora ago, when I hnd nervous trouble. I reacn Its merits to everyone.' nn.v. D. MYERS. Correctlonvllle. lowa. FREE Wrlli ii- n,1 WM Will mall vou a Free Trial racKare ot Or. Miles' Antl-Paln Pills, the New, Scientific Remedy for Pain. Also Symp torn Blank for our Specialist to dlsanose your cane and tell you what la wrong and how to right ft. Absolutely Free. Address: DR. MILES MEDICAL CO, Party at Whltwell. WHITWELL, Tenn, May 9. A par ty was given at Miss Bessie Hooper's Thursday night and all report a nice time. Those present were: , Misses. Bessie Hooper, Lula Hudson, Beulah Hudson, May Hudson, Maggie Henson, Eunice Hatton, Violet Bowden, Nona Duff, , , ; Messrs. Pearl Martin, Lester, Eetner, Grover Ihomas, Fred Hooper, i Sam Romanic, John Henaon, Lafayette Hadson, Millard Layne, Will Cantrell. Hugh Rankin, Hugh Rankin, John Coppinger, George Loooay, Marahall Janeway. SIMls Installed. TheN.C. A St L. Railway Signal corps was here this week, installing s -signal system on this branch, thus doing away with the antiquated red flag and lantern system. Tbe station agent can now direot trains to atop or give clear track without leaving his telegraph key I and it is a great improvement. SALE that we wish to for Gash. up (OT cold can be cured ia much less time Slgaatan ef Subscribe for the News, NOW: when promptly treated, tor sale oj alt druggist.