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Pl'MJIIKr AT Sequachee, Marlon County, Tenn. KVKItr THUKSDAY. HILL & SON, Editous ani Puiilihiik IIS Subscription Price, 50c. a Year in Advance. OTNews and advertising matter tose enre insertion must be handed in beforo 12 o clock each Wednesday, or it may be too late for publication. The Nkwh will not bo responsible (or the opinions of its correspondents, nor for signed communications, and nothing a. till.- ,1. . ... . . P "in uo consiuoroa ior publication which is not accompanied by the real name of the writer not for publication, but as an evidence of good faith. THURSDAY, Apiiil 24, 1902. ANNOUNCEMENTS. We are authorized to announce James M Price, of Whitwell, as a candidate for election, to tho office of County Court Clerk for Marion County, August election, 1002, subject to the will of the people. We are authorized to announce Jesse Pickett of Whitwell, as a democratic candidate for the office of Sheriff ot Ma rion County, subject to the will of his friends. We are authorized to announce D. M. Tate, of Jasper, as a candidate for tho office of County Judge, of Marion Coun ty, subject to tho action of the republi can party. VVe are authorized to announce F. M. McCullotigb as a candidate for sheriff of Marion county to succeed himself, sub ject to the Bction of the republican pri mary. Election August, li0'J. We are authorized to announce V. II. Hale, as a candidate for re-election to the office of Trustee of Marion Coun ty, subject to the action of the repub lican convention or primary. We are authorized to announce R. J. Itrown of Sequachee, as a candidate for nomination for office of Trustee of Ma rion County, subject to the action of the Democratic Convention. We are authorized to aunounce S. C. " Lyme of Jasper, as a candidate for re- Aleet.1nn nn Tip.tHwt.pr of Deeds fnr Ma rion County, subject to the action of the XZ: P ' K ' We are authorized ta announce L. R. Layne, of Whitwell, as a candidate for the office of Circuit Court Clerk for Ma rion County, subject to the action of the republican primary. We are authorized to announce T. E. King as a democratic candidate for con stable of the 15th civil district of Ma rlon County at the August election. We are authorized to announce B. Lone, of Victoria, as a candidate for election as Clerk of the County Court for the County of Marion, subject to the action 01 tue repuoiican primary elec tion. We are authorized to announce the name of W. E. Donaldson as a candidate before the people of this judicial circuit, composed of the counties of Franklin, Hamilton, Marion and Sequachee, for re-election to the office of Attorney-General. Election in August, l'JOS. We are authorized to announce J. R. Pryor, of Jasper, as a candidate of the Democratic party for Judge of Marion County. Election, August 1902. On account of pressure of other matters we did not call attention to the announcement of Mr. J. R. Pry or, a courtesy which we accord every candidate. Mr. Pryor was born and raised in the county and is well and favorably known, lie has held public office acceptably. His courtesy is charac teristic and he merits and enjoys the respect of the community Anoi t every paper in the state except the News, published Gov. McMillin's type-written effusion a bout the state finances and, no doubt, many of the dear editors thought they were honored with a personal ' effusion. Any way McMillin got a half a column of space pretty slick. The building. of the road for the Needmore Mines from Bridgeport instead of South Pittsburg gives the latter place a knock out blow. While we wished that South rifts burg could have secured the plum still we must "keep our eye on Bridge port." OUR CLUBBING LIST. .'AVrlnh with the following pa- pers at the follown. low rales, mil . . - only fr cash in udvance: TWrnit Free Press 1.00 Toledo Weekly Blade Louisville Home anl Farm... Weekly Commercial Appeal.. Knoxville Weekly Journal and Tribune Ledger Monthly Atlanta Constitution. N. Y. World, Tri-Weekly, 1.00 1 00 1.00 1.15 12") 1-30 1.35 OAQTOTIIA. General Debility Day lit and out there Is that feeling of wcukneas that mitkcs a burden of Itself. Food does not strengthen. Sleep does not refresh. It is hard to do, hard to bear, what ehould be easy,' vitality Is on the ebb, and the whole system suffers. For this condition take Hood's Sarsaparilla It vitalizes the blood, Rives viRor and tone to all the owns and functions, and is positively unequalled for all run-down or debilitated conditions. Hood's Tills curt eottitipation. 24 ceuta. HICKS CHAPEL. Special to the News. Peeling tanbark is the order der of the day; Cbae. Ridge and Willie Hicks were out walking Sunday for their health. Mies Sarah Hudson wa all smiles Sut day. Wonder why. James Grayson, of the moun tain called on his best eirl here Sunday, J. 1). Ridge went to Whitwell Thursday , Alies Janie Drock went to Whitwell Saturday.. VV. A. Brown passed through this vicinity Sunday eu route to New ILpe. It is a general complaint of hard limes OAQTOIIIA. Bean th t II" Kind Von Have Always Bought We ure informed that John Kell and James Ridge are still wanting hands at the shingle factory iu the horse shoe.' Chas Vandergritf and Lee Smith are in a hurry to get their corn planned as they have got a arge contract to haul hickory for the Sequachee Handle Works Kobert Ilolloway and wife vis ited Mr. and Mrs. E. M, Hicks Sunday, Mrs Linda Ridge visited her son, William, Saturday in Whit well. Mihses Sarah Hudson and A da Hu-ke visited Mr. and Mrs. RiMxt.nn Rrinier Snndav. . Hugh fcmitu went 10 flians- i r:,i Cutnrditv and on his bed Mm Saturday, ana on ms return home his team got scared and broke the tongue of his wag on wnen he was three miles from home, but by careful driving he got home safely. George Thorp called to see his hoar oirl Knnrlnv. Rev. Buck Shirley called on f- E. M. Hicks Suuduy. Miss Margaret Teague has fe turned from Cumberland Moun tain where bhe has been visititig relatives. She auticipats going to Georgia soon. The young lolks are going to have a flower gathering Sunday Thursday while peeling birk W. G. Brock lost a fine corncob pip ipe with acomstalk stem. An youe finding same w 11 be re. warded on de'iveriug same at his office. Wedding bells ure ringing round the Chapel. Listen. Henry Vandergritf speut Sun day with Lee Smith. Anyone wishing seed of ihe old ..:!. .:n 11 MtS".y-rw w.u wu u 314. True By. -o- How's This? We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props., Toledo, Ohio. We, tbe undersigned, bave known F. J. Cheney for the last fifteen years, and believe bim perfectly honorable in all business transactions, and financially able to carry out any obligation made by their llrm. Wkst & Tki ax, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo. Ohio. Wai.dkn. Kinnan it Mahvin, Whole- sale druggists, Toledo, Ohio. , llll. ' , - K f".MA in nlrAn Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internal- actjn(f directly upon the blood I md mucous surfaces of tbe system. Trice ?5o per bottle. Sold by 11 druggists. Testimonials free. Hall s Family Pills are tbe best CASTOR I A For Infant and Children. U Kind Yon Hare Always Bought Bears the Signature Head our Supj'enienl uud Kel ly & (Jraysou'a advertisement. WfntU Department. GEO. W. LEWIS, Aeent. W. A. Drown, of Victoria, was here on Thursday. J. D. Miller, of Victoria, was in the city Saturday night. Rev. W. T. Dale will preach next Sunday at Ebenezer. George D. Smith, of the Fifth dis trict, was here Tuesday.- Several from here attended the funeral of Mrs. T. J. Quarles Sunday evening. Rev. G. M. Moreland held services at tho M. E. Church, south, Sunday at 11 a.m. Capt. W. E. Donaldson, candi date for attorney-general, was in the city Friday. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Ashhurn, of Tracy City was in the city last week visiting friends. Charlie James, now of South Pit tsburg, was in the city from Satur day until Monday morning. Tl, Snrintr com m tin on serv ces of the C. P. Church will be held the r, t rn. i. ...iii k i.M rt- I 3rd Saturday and Sunday in May. W. S. Franklin, of Chattanooga, was in the city last week in the in terest of the Methodist Advocate. - Rev. W. T. Dale preached at the C. P. Church Sunday at 11 a. in. and Rev. Jeff Shelton at 7:30 p. m. Dr. W. R. McReo visited his par ents at Soddy last week returning Saturday and left Sunday for Mem phis. Hon. John T. Raulston is planting a flower garden he says he has been wanting to attract the attention ot ladies for some time and failed and at a last resort will try flowers. fn Q YnY I l p""v r"in 1""" """"f tJ "" " iimi Iotk NeV, Attractive Well Selected stocK lo Select From. yOU ARE INVITED n . blOKb WHhKfc. YUU AS SOME OF THEM Lawns, 5c Berkley Fancies, ... 6c Plaza Batiste, ........7c Charmont's Fancy, ........ lie Contessa Organdie,. ...... .12c Palermo Dimity,...; 15c Pekin Pongee, 22c French Madras, 22c Batiste Embroidery, .25c White Goods DON'T FAIL TO SEE Olip - Indies' Hats Corsets, Straight Frpnt for Summer. Pearl Buttons, the Latest. Back Combs, Pompadour Combs, We are well prepared for the Spring trade, oc ovorv Hnnarmpnt I i i 1, cU, ctllU gUUUS iiicliis.t:u at lug iu vv co i. ofjui Cash nrir.RS. j Hope you will favor us with a call. Yours respectfully. STEWART & ALLEY, S. B. ALLEY, MANAGER, Thonk No. 4. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Condra were in in the city Saturday. D.R. Deakius, of Loouey's Creek, was in the city Monday. Dr. J. L. Thompson, fof Victoria, was in the city Sunday. Dr. M. Turner, of Jasper, was here on professional business. T. S. Turner, of Victoria attended church Sunday at the C. P. Church. Miss Ola f Iardin, of Chattanooga, was in the city the first of the week. Misses Annie Hilliard and Dora Pryor were horseback riding in the city Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Mug Ilammons, of Jasper, attended the funeral of Mrs, Quarlet Sunday. Misses Louise 1 1 ill and Agnes Milbrandt, of Sequachce, were buggy riding in the city Sunday afternoon " "J" bom his recent spell of sickness so as to be able to attend church Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Hardin, of Chattanooga, was in the city Sunday attending the funeral of Mrs. Quar les. Mr. and Mrs. Payne, of South Pittsburg, was in the city Sunday attending the funeral of their sister in-law, Mrs. T. J. Quarles. Mrs. T. J. Quarles died Saturday morning and was buried Sunday at Sardis Rev. G. M. Moreland conduct ing the funeral services. She was twenty-nine years and two days old at the time of her death. She leaves a husband, father, three sisters and a I brother to mourn her loss. TO COME TO OUR . rum nnmro WILL minu rmco ARE QUOTED BELOW: Cotton Check, 4c to 7c Prints, 1 .4c to 5c Percal, 6c to 12c Gingham 5c to 6c Drilling 9c to 10c Blue Duck,. 10c Cottonade, ..10c, 15c Best Domestic, cSc and 6c Quilt Lining, ......4c from 6c to 25c. nf ntir fitnrft IS rGDieniSn- 1 4- U n,.lnol Cnn J Whitwell, Ienn. Mrs. Dale, who has been visiting ler mother in Middle Tennessee for several weeks returned home Wed nesday. Jeff Shelton, of Sulphur Springs, attended church here Sunday and preached Sunday night at 7:30 at the C. P. Church. Rev. George II. Mack, of Allauta, Ga , formerly of this place, was elect ed moderator of the Presbytery that met last week at Charleston. The Chattanooga Preshytery met at Charleston last week and the next meeting of that body will be here the 16th day of next September. Mrs. Sam I fall entertained a fe-v friends last Sunday. Mrs. Hall makes a pleasing hostess and enter tains in an elegant manner. Mrs. Joe Turner, who has been been ccn fined with sickness, is still no better and all hope of her recov ery is now given up by her friends. The II. N. Maxey house now oc cupied by Mrs. II. L. Davidson, caught on fire Monday but was ex tinguished before any damage was done. Dr. W. U. McRee, who has been practicing his profession at this place for ten years or more, left for Soddy, Tenn., at which place he will spend a few days before going west to live. Capt. G. II. Crozier, of this place, who has recently been elected assis tant general manager for the Ten nessee Coal, Iron and Railroad com pany, moved his family to South Pittsburg Thursday. Jasper Wilson, the eight-month old child of Mr. and Mrs. John Ben nett died Wednesday of last week and was buried at the Knox ceme tery Thursday. Rev. S. P. Angel conducted the fnneral services. f-VJ"T" TOBACCO SPIT NUN I and SMOKE YourLifeawayl You can be cured of any form of tobacco tininjr easily, be made well, ctroug, magnetic, full f new life and vigor by taking NO-TO-BAQ, that makes weak men atrong, Mnnv g"in ten pounds in ten (lays. Over BOO ,OOQ curcu. All druggists, lure Ruarniueftl. jfiinK. lot Bud advice FREH. Acldross HTKKl.INtJ CO., Chicago or New York. U7 FAIRMOUNT. Special to the News. The democratic primary election in Hamilton Co., Friday resulted in the following nominations, for sheriff, Jas. M. Pohbs, trustee, Col T. E, Patterson; county judge, J B. Ragon; county court clerk, J, M Cutcheon; circuit court clerk, R. H Howard; register, Ab C. Carroll The eleciion waB very quiet all ov er the entire county and harmony prevails in the democratic ranks tin s insuring the election ol the entire ticket. Mrs. F. B. McGufley has return ed trotu Chattanooga. Alvin Connor of Hill City, is spending a lew davs with friends, J no. Woods of Avondale. pe week on the ridge. Esq. F. M. Hatfield leaves to morrow fur Rhea Springs. Rev. M. K. Hollister and wi have returned from Charleston. Cupt. Gill Brown and wife 0 Chattanooga, were the guests 0 Mr. and Mrs. W. II. C Brown yes terday, Prof. Bell has gone to Charlesto S. C. J A Kell spent Saturday i Chattanooga collecting rents. Hon B T Powell of Sunnyside was in our midst yesterday. Willie Reece of Chattanooga spent yesterday here with home folks. Dr. Apnlecate and J. . Barton were thegutsts ol Mr. and Mrs. I B Farrior yesterday. J V King and sisters Misses Han nali and Elk attended singing at the M. E. Church Sunday. Walter Kuntz ol Chattanooga spent Friday on the r dg. Jas, Uraycoii spent yesterday i Sequachee Vailey looking after his lieait's deeire. Mr. and Mrs. J E Jobusou spen Saturday and Suuday with friends in Chattanooga. Mr. and Mrs. W 11. Callahan, ol Spring City, wtre the guest. of Prot. A S Callahan lust week. Mr. and Mrs W II MtGuflVy, of Washington. D C are the gue.-U ol Dr and Mrs F B MiGuffry. R A Kell ppent Sunday at Sitn nyside, Tenn. Rev. Phillipi, ol Hill City, ha. moved to FairujuunL MBD(Ba Scott's Emulsion is not a ;;ocil medicine for fat folks. ,Vo have never tried giving it o a real fat person. We don t r.rc. You see Scott's Emul sion builds new flesh. ,Fat people don't want it. Strong people don't need it. ; But if you arc thin Scott's Emulsion is the medicine for ,-ou. It doesn't tire you out. There h no strain. The work 's all natural and easy. You list take the medicine and hat's all there is to it. The next thing you know ou feel better you eat better -and you weigh more. , It is i quiet worker. Send for free sample. tCOTT & DOWN E. ChcmUs, 4" Tuirl St., N. Y. joc fi.oui al! driiKKi. Rev .1 A NichoNon filled his re gular uu(iint iiK-nt at the M E church Sunday and Sunday night. Capt J T Loomis, of the Loomis & Hart Mfg Co., of Chattanooga, spent Saturday as the guest; of W W Colby nnd wife. Tom Conner has returned from Charleston. 1 II. W. Estill has accepted a posi tion at Oakdale, Tenn. S E Sawyer of Lawper's, was the guest of Dr. and Mrs. Cary Fjiday. Miss Willie Connor wears an 8x 10 smile II. B. Farrior spent Saturday in Chattanooga. V Johnson and S J Connor are preparing to spend tbe summer al II ixon. Miss Lillie Johnson is in Chatta nooga. Tanbarking is the order of the day, Prof. Juo. Shannon will return from Tullahoma May 25. 'Squire, . T Tor Stomach Trouble. 'I have taken a great many different medicines (or stomach trouble and con stipation," says Mrs. M. Ceiger of Dun keeton, Iowa, "but never bad aa good results from any as from Chamberlain's Stomach & Livor Tablets." For sale by Cold well & Chaudoin, Sequachee) and Whitwell Drug Store, Whitwell, PUBLISHERS' NOTICE. Quite a number of subscriptions are due and our friends are request ed to come forward and help us out. THE NEWS. Correspondents should always . put their names on their communications. It they do not it gives us unnecessary trouble. Too much housework wrecks wo men's norres. And the constant care of children, day nnd night, is often too trying for even a strong woman. A hazard face tells the story of the overworked hounewife and mother. ltranjrpd menses, lpucorrhwa and falling of the womb result from overwork. Kvcry housewife needs a remedy to reflate l'r menses and ' to ken her ?oii.-itivc female organs in perfect eondilion. iWiKEARDUi: is doin' this for thousand of American women to-day. It cured Ir. June ('ed thni is why, she writes this frank letter: 01Trt,-Hn, Ky., Fefc. 10, im. I m aa rlad th.-t your Wine of r.Mul I 19 nrnnitu m. i c: i lpoinff ourr than 1 hie In, for )pitii. 1 tiu doing bit n n r ri'V wilhi.nt kr u h.ln -J V T.i.hKi lpt wi-r'c aii'l ra noi on bit tirrd. Tint nhoNvi Hint th Win U doinr nif P'm1. urn icelin nahir thin I evt -a b"f(.rf , and Up moot and rat bertr. hi)fer I brcui taalng Wine of ( rdul, J ikI to h. ta ! down five or lluica txtrj dy, bnt now Idnuotthiuka )rmdwilliuuik tb day. H a. Kit aaaa ilvaaa, AT DUIWIITI, Toff ..W I'1'r.t.i. aiftf trm- k.a. " In ,Ji.i. Iwtlm,,' III t haiuaoa aialln C o., 1 Uiumc Ta, k. r. noGEits, 'Ccascrla! Jlrt!$t, Ursysun Uuilding, tVbllwslL