DADE COUNTY SENTINEL
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No. 6 9:09 P.M. No. 1 6:50 PM.
From that which appears on the surface,
the capture and holding of Miss Stone, the
American Missionary by the Turks is taore
than likely to lead to serious complications
between this country and the Turkish gov
ernment. It will be remembered that the
two governments are not, and have not
been for some time on the best of terms,
We notice from extracts that the British-
Boer question is about to give rise for a
consideration, on the part of the British,
for an attempt to definitely bind the En
glish speaking nations firmly together in a
probable defensive alliance. It is to be se
riously hoped that our government will
never allow itself to be used as a cats paw
to further the ends and objects even of
We notice that Georgia has had
two and Kentucky one
in the last few days. These law
less demonstrations to appease
vengeanco or redress wrongs is
yindoubtedly on the increase. In
Rooking for the physician, we find
two efficient agencies, namely: A
swift and just execution of the
laws; a e/imdv introduction of
anything lessen or ob
literate the cause—then the effect
will banish away. It seems to a
“man up the tree” that it is high
time for this subject to occupy an
mportant comer in the brain ot
People, No Deaths.
Mr. W; W. Solomon has return,
from Twiggs county, and tells this
about a family of negroes living on
the plantation owned by his grand*
father, James Solomon, in years
There are ninety-five members
ot the family now living on the
plantation. They represent five
generations. Not a death has oc
curred among them since the heads
of the household married a long
time ago. The old man and the
old woman are about 96 or 96 years
old, and say they expect to live
ten or fifteen years yt, ae they are
well preserved, and enjoy good
health. But Mr. Solomon ha? ar
ranged for the old people to quit
work, and be supported by their
descendants. He knows there
will be no difficulty about this.
The old couple live in the earn.-
house where they lived on the
night they were married. Their
names are Ann Solomon and Ned
ft is seldom that five generations
of people live to know each other
all the way down the line.—Ex.
The typical country editor is
I.*! 6 a J Cbaractfcr - He is both a
on f Ud v a Mni,rt "-an. He is a
<>r benqr an editor, and being
one he , 8 s A t ,„ k .,. poutof
imL- bOUBe • Vou will find him
• ‘'l* l, n*v'ent cigars with s me
•* JT e glgi "". i( ' scheme for
, np ? n uviga*i„n along with
• i • 'oeans, ami when evening
' h ,', m j" .in ii„3
!!, ki mSarollmi f,,r 'G*:r Jife
frnm f U,, ? DOU K> tirewoo.l tj Leep
U“„ r Z,DK ' Ik ‘ ■•* *
- 1 ° fut fcUl rM ‘ r that some sob
■p.t m, winch was
'• n tni was tWt
"fed. He ;h. i,
j-ls. bis elav-jipe
ico and b< gins to
this legs, lm looks
4 j&es. feels of the
sleeves that 'his
elbows have wqw, and takes up
his pen to write about this glori
ous land we live in—a land flow
4ng .with gr ilk honey. Final
ly he.cra.WiS off to ,bed, leaving his
wife up to pot an additional patch
on hi3 last pai/of breeches. This
i9 the way the editor, and you had
tetter pay up before the next is
sue of this paper, or you won’t get
one. No joke.—Ex.
Giving the News of Various
Precincts In the County.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Cureton returned
Saturday night from Buffalo, N. Y., where
they have been spending several days at
the Pan American Exposition.
Bazel Smith of Sulphur Springs, Ga., is
Agent in the absence of J. L. White, who,
in company with Messrs. R. P. Tatum, J.
E. Webb and J. M. Cantrell, are attending
the Masonic Grand Lodge, which is in
session in Macon, Ga., this week.
Mr. Joe Allison, of Calhoun, Ga., and
his son-in-law, Mr. Black, are visiting Mr.
J. W. Blevins.
A number of young people contemplate
a possum hunt Tuesday night.
Misses Sallie Furgerson and Juliet Bran
j ham have the typhoid iever, but are im
proving, and we hope to see them out soon.
Mrs. L. S. Tidwell is visiting her daugh
ter, Mrs. R. L. Bailiss, at Emory Gap, Tenn.
J. G. Hale, J. M. Cantrell and Robert
Keggle are having a lot of hay baled for
The Southern Iron Cos., finished taking
up the iron rails on the main line and side
tracks aboqj, the furnace this week.
I feel assured that The Sentinel giving
the incidents and happenings of the county
will he highly appreciated by its readers.
Mrs. Sallie Ferguson and Miss Juliet j
Branham, I am glad to say, are convales
cent after a severe attack of typhus fever.
Robt. P. Tatum, C. C. Hale, J. M. Can-
trell our clever, merchants are greatly im
proving their stock of goods with fall and
J. L. White and A. M. Hale are also do
ing a splendid business.
The public school here with Misses Em
ma Pickle and Maud Evatt in charge is
doing splendid work. —X.
Miss Aura Lea, who has been visiting
relatives here, returned to her home in
Cleveland, Tenn., Wednesday.
The all day singing was well attended by
the people of our neighboring towns last
Dr. W. P. Deakins and George Allen of
Whiteside, was seen in or burg Suiyh"’ -
Tby the'smiles of ipUrf*
Mrs. T. C. Holmes daughter,
Miss Sallie, and Ma. and Miller
were here Sunday. ®
Mr. and Mrs. Bovdston, of Chattanooga,
visited relatives here Sunday.
Dr. S. A. Fowler was seen flying through
i our town Wednesday. Why do you al
ways pass, Dr?
Mr. Authcr Ownsbv of Chattanooga at
tended the singing here Sunday.
What of the bright-eyed girl left behind?
Boys, w atch out.
Mrs. R. E. Sharablin of Attalla, Ala., and
Mrs. Ie Pope of Hooker, visited Mrs. R.
I'. Lea Monday.
Mrs.,Lou Paris das been very il , but her
j many friends are g'ad to know she is im
I Mr. D. C. Atkinson and family moved to
St. Llmo, Tenn.. Wednesday.
Pinging at (he Methodist Church tonight;
The Misses Killian left Tlmrs tA mom
ing for their future home in G.-dA n , Ala
We are sorry to note the illmßof Mr.
J. Christian. m
M Willie Tittle is visiting in
lilies Clara St re t of Xew visit
ed friends here Monday.
A party of young holies
went hnnl last
ed. luit notuianv chest
Quite 8 crowd of Morganvilh
1 •*'< >r !•- attended the -i; ningn^^B
in-' Sunday; ihe
T ruf. S. J. Hsle ma.le a to
Prof C. A. Chamber* spent last Saturday
and Sunday with home folk.
Mr. \\ alter Stokes of (.hattanooga visit
! ed home folk and friends Sunil v.
l et e\erb<xly n<*t forget tli, 1 prayer meet
! ing no** Wednesday afiernoou t 2.30.
wW. • ant;,kail and danght-r of Hill
ity. Tens,., riait.-d relatives „and friends
a* tiiiajdjtee last Sunday,
i With Ytec-t wishes h r the Sentinel, lam
t HKY-.IN THEM 1 M.
We eongra uls'e Th D v i>e C..r NTV
Sbnunel ftp- n her new “editorial a (j.
(and mso . ing Imve imtliing bnt kind
wor..s and g.t wishes n. k-siow ,| H .
reii.iug one.) A royal wpicoiire we tender
I our fri.il --hiswov !:bo.s tn tli- j ur
DADE COUNTY SENTINEL, TRENTON, GA., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER Ist, 1901.
: nailstic field, and think he is entitled to a
j liberal patronage oj the popple, especially
I those in the .county.
We predict for him “success,” but not
! along * pathway entirely void of thorns—
i “the battle is not to the strong alone, but
to him who hangs on.”
Miss Tina Howland, of Chattanooga |
spent Sunday among us.
Miss Ida Blevins, of Rising Fawn, Is tts
iting relatives here.
M. M. Strawn spent Sunday at Hooker
with his parents.
A. T. White, assistant book keeper, for
New Aetna Coal Cos., spent Sunday with
relatives in Chattanooga, returning on 10:13
p. m. train, as noisy as ever.
Messrs. Joe and Jack Roupe after a few
days stay at home, returned Monday to
Tullahoma, where they are attending the
“Brandon training school.”
J. J. Anderson, Esq., made a flyiug trip
to Chattanooga Wednesday.
W. J. McCauley, formerly one of Dade’s
citizens, leaves for Oklahoma in a few days
with his family to make their home in the
Our public roads have quite a diflerent
appearance under the magic touch of over
Quite a number of boys attended singing
at Wildwood last Sunday, and some re
turned looking sadder, but we hope wiser.
Ascalon was somewhat disappointed,
last week when “THE NEWS” failed to
put in appearance.
Rev. J. T. Guy is holding a series of
meetings at the Methodist church at Mt.
A Mr. Teppenpaw of Chattanooga was
married to Miss Lizzie Henry of Geary last
week, and also Mr. John Fugatt of Asca
lon to Miss Mary Wallin of the same place.
The matrimonial wave has reached this
part of the mountain, and is sweeping ev
erything in its path.
Several new buildings are being erected
at this place, which adds much to the at
tractiveness of Ascalon.
Mrs. Lizzie Leath and family of Cooper
Heights are visiting the family of Mr. Jo
Mr. Joseph Hixon will move to Durham !
mines in a few days, where he will make
his future home.
*STews is scarce this week, but hope to re
port several weddings next week.
The pretty .venther of the sea
son still prevails, and the more
industrious our farmers.
Mrs Nash, who has been sick
for gome time died S iturday night.
Her remains were intered at the
Baptist grave yard.
Mrs- Jutm*-Mdnn of tanon
ga. is dangerously ill at Mrs. \Vrr.
W, G. Morrison, accompanied
by \V. A. Byrd of Union are i:i
Alabama on business.
Dr. 1 , J. Lumpkin is spending
this week in Maaon on business'.
Messrs. Wilson, Lumpkin and
5. J. Hale, the thriving young mer
chant and postmaster of Morgan*
ville, was in Chattanooga on busi
Rev. C. E. Hotter, of T-r nton
was riding our narrow side walks
Prof. Burkhart of Trenton h' ld
quite an attentive audience here
Saturda v night, while he proceed
ed toexnibit his Hvpnolical pow
Mrs. Dr. Beavers of Memphis,
Tenn., is visit ng her brother-in
law, Thomas Ctimrnii gs.
R L. Wilson was in Portersv.lle,
Ala , Saturday and Monday. A
H. V. Taylor visited Chain
noxfira Friday. 9[
.las Blevins, having
Dozier house of Dr T J. L(rnn
km. will move into the same at
<n earl v date.
This I.>vi Ccm.in.l* to-' miirh.impttiiiiks—
I' 11 ninrh o' -ttl.-i g sml uni-os',
too many blow - for scanty bliss,
100 on a kiss,
Ton altil, 100 much confessed.
' the-'e.ily bond:
Vnt b'mveili hot or .... (1--
l>’"<‘ ' one 111 aioM
nnu :>o cents.
Mr. D. K. Ilal night Operator
a' Whiteside I• an., spent AVed
m .-day a*, home
Mrs. J K Strewn visited r*da
; tiveg and friends in Chattanooga
i is we* k/
Mr. Jaw. \V Pii< :hai;t a'
1 hite-i.l-, Tenn., was here Wed
| n-day on n limiting,
Mrs. K "han hlin and chil
'l’vii of Aft Al t., vi-ited rela
■•'iid friends lu-re this week .
Mrs. fda I.v!e visited rtlitives
•n St. F Imo Tenn.. this week
Mr. Wm. MoflimW "f A'tna,
lean., wae here Tuesday night on
h jsLn*=. wil! soon lei. w foi
the IT. ' 1
The farmers art very busy n i
j present, sowing heat and gather
Mr. S. C. Winfrey, wbo has
been very ill, is now slowly recov
Mr. J. L. McCauley left Sunday
for Birmingham. Ala., to visit rel-
Ativet and friends for a few days.
Miss Mary Pope has returned
home niter an extended visit to
relatives and friendsat Attalla Ala.
Mr, L. H. Dickerson’s family
left last week to him at Beaumont,
Texas, where they will make their
A CARD OF THANKS.
We desire to express our sincere
thanks to the good people of Tren
ton for their Kindness to us during
the sickness and death of our in
fant child. We sh;dl nevei forfet
them for their kindness.
Mr.ant) Mrs. A. M. Pryor.
I am handling Adair McCarty
Bros., high grade lertilizers for
cottun, corn, wheat, potatoes and
general truck-farming. Also their
formula for composting stable and
barn yard manures. Want to sell
all progressive farmers believing
it will be to their interest if used
intelligently. Analysis and other
information furnished those ask
Jas. A. Ca-e.
Notice is h ireby given that a
bill will be introduced during the
present session of the Georgia Leg
istature to repeal the Charter of
town of Tienton, Dade county, Ga. I
Bill will he introduced by special!
request, Oct. 28th. 1901,
G. W. M. Tatum,
Notice is her‘by given that a
bill be introduced during the pres*
ontsessirn of the Georgia Legis
lature to repeal the Charter of the
town of Hieing Fawn, Dade county
Ga. Bill will he introduced by
special requtst. This 0*1.28. 1901
G. \V. M. Tatum.
All parties fhdobted to Armour
Fertilizer, Cos:, for fertilizer, de
livered by Upson Powell will find
notes in posessiou of Garmany
We have contracted with W. 11.
Grav to represent us in Dade
county for sale ot Armour Ferti
lizer for this seuon.
Alex S. Fricks hns applied for
exeir.j lion of personalty, and set
ting apart and valuation of home
stead, and I will pass upon same
a? 10 o'clock a. m. on Mi * 4 r h day
of November. 1991. at my ffice in
Trenton, Dade coiin’y. Georgia.
T his Oct. Ist, 1901.
J. A. Cureton, Ordinary.
)N NO ICF’..
I GEORGIA, Dade county.
Andrew Biown, a resident ot
said st:A and toi nty, having duly
applied* be ippoiuted Guardi;.n
of the property of Benjamins,
William Und loaac Cong's minin’-'
under the age of fourteen y-ars
residing in Tarrant county Texas,
notice is hereby given that -aid
application will lie passed on a'
the next court ot Ordinary foi
said county, tm he held on the fir-:
Monday in Nt>lr mhi-r, 1901. W;:
ness niv hand Imid official sigua
tmu. This Outs’th 1901.
J. A. Cur Ain, Ordinary.
GEORGIA Dade Xunly .
I'd whm it man ru ;
M. K Ford hn jB made app'i
ation to me m dueßonu to lie a| -
pointed perui.on lit M.liuini-trator
upon the estate .f Nelson
Hawk, late ot said IHinty, notice
is hereby given rh.it B,| :ip;>|ic;>-
ticn wiil ne heard at JRe regulai
term ot the Court o! Quinary for
-an] county, to be held ‘*the first
Momby ii November. 901.
Witness my hand and official,
.-ignafire. This 7th dnyofOcto-j
J. A. Cureton, Ordinary.
GEORGIA, Dade county.
By virtue of an order of tha
court of Ordinary of paid state
and county, will be sold before
the court house door in the town
of Trenton on the first Tuesday in
November. 1901, between the legal
hours of sale to the highest bid
der, the fo'lowing described lands
The North one-fourth of lot of
land No. 97, and the North one
fourth of lot of land No. 96, lying
West of the center of Lookout
[cree, except two and one-half
, acres heretofore deeded to Joel
I Cross. Also will be sold three
acres of lots of land No’s. 84 and
85 bounded as follows: On the
East by the center of Lookout
creek, on the North by W. J.
Townsend’s land, on the West by
James Manning’s land, and on the
South by Mrs. Mary F. Bennett'
lands. Al! of said lands being in
the 10th Dist. and fourth section
of Dade etunly, and containing
fifty acres more or less, and the
same being all of the lands of
.Josephs. Redding, deceased ,as
per agre**m?nt between the widow
and l.eirs of S. It. Redding in the
division of S. R. Redding’s es
tate Sold for the purpose of
payment of debts and distribu
tion among heirs.
Terms of sale, one-third cash,
one-third in six months, balance
in twelve months with interest.
This Oct. Ist, 1901.
Lop Pope ,
Adm’r of the r state of J. S. *ied
CITATION NO i ICE
GEORGIA Dade cotin’y.
To all whom it may concern:
E. S. Lynch, having made appli
cation to me in due form to be ap
pointed permanent Administrator
upon the estate of E. C. Lynch,
late of said county, notice is here
by given that said application will
be beard at the regular term of the
Court of Ordinary for said county
to be held on the first Monday in
November, 1901. Witness mv
hand an.J official signature. This
Oct, 7th 1901.
J. A Cureton , Oidin: ry.
NOTICE OF DISMISSION. .
GEORGI \, Dads connfv.
■W h er.ets f. S. Allison, Admin
istrator of Adeline Tucker, repre
sents to the court in his petition
duly filed and entered on record
that he has fully administered the
said estate. This is therefore to
ci'e all pers ns concerned, kin
dred and creditors, to show cause,
it any they can. why said admin
istration should not he discharged
from his administration, nnJ re
ceive letters of dismission on the
firt Monday in January, 1902.
This October 7th 1901.
J A. Cureton, Ordinary.
The entry into U * I
critical tirre tor a girl. Little men
strual dii jfdm started at that time soon
grow into fatal complications. That
female troubles arc rilling graveyards
proves this. Wine of Cardui estab
lishes a painless and natural menstrual
flow, when once this important func
tion is started right, a healthy life will
usually follow. Many women, young
and old, owe their lives to Wine of
Cardui. There like it to
re women pain and to
young women for duty of life.
SI.OO bottles at druggbts^L
Miss Della M. Straycr, Tully, “I
have suffered untold pain at
riods for a long time, was nervous,
appetite, and l*t interest in every thinßKS
i fact was miserable. I Save t.kcn
bottles of Wine of Cardui. with
Black.Draught, when needed, and to-da<4
I am entirety cured. I cannot express the
(hanks I feel for what vou have done
for dvk In core* requlrlnf >p*nUl dlreo
tiona. uddrr.s. glriit* asmptoma, the taidtea'
AOrtaorr iwpartmrnt. The Ckntuin- oS Med
ictoe ( ompsny, Chatunoofa, Toon.
Ci T i DDH I J w,> mon! *’s treatment 01
LA I AIV I\II I Catarrh of tlie head and nose
. * ,or , ‘ Uc : and simples'
11 I Wll remedy ever discovered.
TY A Oil I booklet s" a nd „ srln ‘P' lor 2 cents.
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A Whole family Cared.
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gan to fear that I should never be a
well woman; that I should have to
Settle down into a chronic invalid, and
live in the shadow of death. I had
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cured my family both. lam very glad
that I heard of it. 1 would cheerfully
recommend it- to every one. 1 have
taken manv other kind* of medicine.
1 prefer JOHNSTON’Sio all of them.’
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the great painter*. u,ll ( )> J; btlici |.J
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A smart Broadway, Nett
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his store; it marks the
new era of drug selling
Is it any wonuer that he
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ters, that h s clerks are
busy, ami that his store is
one of the most popular
along the leading thor
You. can afford to trade
with a druggist who gives
you SCOTT’S EMULSION
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