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Ski'tk.miikk 24, 11)03.
Wasted muscles and decaying bones.
What havoc I
Scrofula, let alone, Is capable of oil that,
It Is commonly marked by bunches in
the neck. Inflammations In the eyes, dys
pepsia, catarrh, und general debility.
It 13 always radicully and permanently
Which expels nil humors, cures all erup
tions, and builds up the whole system,
whether young or old.
lriM)dTVl1irfiireJlvrJil: tlin non-lrritntlnn nnH
"only cittlnrflc to Uke with Hixxl't Burnaparllliu
Clinton Gazette. The state press have
thrown many nice bouquets at Ander
son county for voting $100,000 for pood
roads recently. They say wo did the
beat tiling to promote substantial pro
gress und Invite investment of capital
seeking harbor in a livn and thrifty
community; that tbo people of Ander
son will never regret the outcomo of
their action In building good outlets to
rico and productive soil. In brief what
the papers said In approving Anderson
county was worth $100,000 in itself.
Knoxvillo Journil &. Tribune: Mr.
Moon has been nominated in the fourth
Pennsylvania district, and will be elect
ed. With ours from Tennessee, the
houso of representatives will have two
Moons; but members need not be alarm
ed and reach the conclusion that' they
are not In tbeir normal condit.on of so
briety because they happen to see double.
Wk have' received an "invito" to edit
a political paper in Kentucky, but pol
itics there are so strange, atid varied
that we "had rather not." A position
on a football team while affording like
chances for excitement, would bo safer
for our anatomy.
A Plkevilln man who had a 10-pound
recruit to his f.tmilv last, week advertis'
as for five pounds of catnip toa, presum
ably with, which to season the youngster.
Financial Report of Knoxvllle Office For
Knoxvllle, Tcnn., Sopt. 21. The fl
nancial report of the Knoxvillo pension
office hiisbeen made for tho month of
Aiiiriist and has been forwardod to
Washington by Pension Agent John T,
Wilder. Tho local office pays the bulk
of the money which goes to the voter
ans of tho Mexican war. as soldiers in
that war came largely from the south
With the death at Jonesboro a year
ago of Nancy Jones, the last of tho rev1
olutlonary war widow pensions was ta
ken from the rolls.
Tbo report shows:
Civil war invalids $ 1,203 20
Civil war widows 3SS,218 21
Spanish war invalids 40.001 40
Spanish war wilows O.S'.lS 54
War of 1813, widows 8,'J4(5 00
Mexican war veterans, 50,515 38
Mexican war widows 00,120
GEO. W. LEWIS Aecnt.
HEW ARE OF OINTMENTS FOIt CA
TAU1U1 THAT CONTAIN MERCURY,
as mercury will surely destroy the
sense of smell and complotely durango
tho whole system when entering it
through the mucous surfaces. Such ar
ticles should never bo used except on
prescriptions from reputable physicians,
as the damage they will do is ten fold
to the good you can possihly derivo
from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, man
ufactured by F. J. Cheney & C, Toledo,
O., contains no murcury, and Is taken
internally, acting directly upon the
blood and mucous surfaces of the 88
tern. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be
sure you get the genuine. It is taken
internally, and made In loledo, u. tiy
F. J. Cheney & Co. Testimonials free.
Sold by Druggists, price T.c. por bot
Hall's Family Pills are the bst.
Special to tho News.
Pulling fodder and multing sorghum
is the order of the day.
W. A. Sutherland and W. P. Long
closed a series of meetings at this place
Friday night. Thoir wonderful ser
mons were interesting an I are to bu ap
School at this (lace is progressing
nice with Miss Ida Gilliiaud as teacher
Frank Carlton and sit' r, .Miss Pearl,
and Misses Matlto Eads und Icio Hoop
er had a pleasant drive to Cleviland
Messrs. Cleminy King and Sammy
Graham, and Misses Ella and Hannah
King, of McPherson, attended Sunday
school at Mt, Harmony Sunday.
J. E. Carlton-aid little sun, Kins,
made a business trip to Charleston Sat
urday. Delia, tbo little daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. Hooper, died' Wednesday
morning, aged 1" months.
"Two little feet have ceased to travel,
Upon the shores of time,
A little gem released from trouble,
Has gone above to shine.
Ob, what a comfort, dear Hedeomer,
Thy grace and love hath given,
That when life's winter day is ended
We'll meet our child in Heaven."
Iron Mines Shut Down.
Inman, Tenn., S -pt. 23. (Special)
The iron mine hero, operated by Win.
Nixon has suspended'oprations and tho
track in the mines is being torn up.
Mr. Nixon says he cannot run the mines
to an advantage on account of the fail
ure of tho railroad company to furnish
him sulllcient cars The output for
some time has boen only three cars a
Boare tho KM Vou Have Always BougM
Tbo Gallatin Fair will open October
A new bank will bo opened at Sneed
vllle Jan. 1.
Obion Presbytery of the Cumberland
church is in session at Trenton.
Over one thousand attended the Wil
der brigade ro-union at Chlckamauga.
A four-year-old daughter of Sheriff
Uradley of CofTue county was probably
fatally burned by coffee.
Three Rockwood miners were placed
In jail at Cookvillo charged with high
way robbery at Monterey.
An attempt to burn the Madisonvillo
court bouse resulted in valuable papers
in theelrcuit court clerks ofTico being
A white woman fakir secured the sav
ings of yoars from Jonas Smith, an bO
yoar old negro.'near Covinton, by tell
ing bim be bad buried treasure on his
AGREEMENT MAY BE REACHED TODAY.
By Joint Scale Committee of Miners and
Knoxville Journal t Tribune.
Tbo impression prevails that an ag
reement or disagreement will bn reach
ed to-day or to-morrow by tho commit
tee. National Secretary Wilson of tho
United Mime Workers, giving this as
Some concessions are apt to be made
by both rnlnera and operators.
LOW CLUBBING OFFER.
For SO cents additional to the reirulnr
ubacribers paying up all arrears and
in imiK. ,, (..-in. ,hc
Hum" and harm, a No. 1
nne vr I
i .d mil ie
jood agricultural paper, one year.
MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev W Billingsley, pastor; Meeting
every 8rd Sunday at 11 am. and 7 pm.
Prayer meoting every Wednesday
night at 7 pm. Sunday school every
Sunday at t::0 am., O. W. Chastain,
M. E. CHURCH, SOUTH L. Dow Cog
gin, pastor; preaching every Sunday at
11 am., and 7:30 pm: Epworth League
2:00 and 3:00 pm., every Sunday: Sun
day school every Sunday at i):30 pm.,
C. C. Shirley, Supt.
Mt. Olivet 3rd Sunday at 3 pro; Sunday
Bchool every Sunday at 0.30 am. Rich
ard Rigsbv, Supt.
Red Hill, preaching 4th Sunday at 3 pm
and Sunday school ovory Sunday 0:30
CHRISTIAN CHURCH J. R. Johnson,
Pastor. Meetings Saturday before 4th
Sunday at 7 p. m. Sunday school 9:30
M. E. CHURCH S. P. Angel, pastor;
preaching 1st Sunday at 11:00 a. m.,
and 4th Sunday at C:30 p. m. Sunday
school School every Sunday at 9:30
a m. T. P. Dvrr, Supt.
C. P. CHURCH W. T. Dale, pastor.
Meeting are hold on every third
Sunday on each month at 11 am. and
7 pm. Sunday school every Sunday
at 9:30 am. W. A. Kki.i.y, Supt.
UNITED MINE WORKERS OF AM
erica, No. 287, meets every Thursday
night at 7 p. m. M. T. Tipton, Presi
dent; .1. J. Hooper, Vice President;
.1. H. Harris, F. Secretary; W. L. San
ders, C. Secretary; Mart Creek, Jani
tor. MONROE CONCLAVE, No. 32, Regents
of the White Shield: Meets every
Friday at 7:00 p. m. R llurgess,
RC; .1 W liarwick, V R E; A Frizzell,
P R E; R Risjsbv, R Chaplain; Thos.
Williams R R; R Abraham, R T; R.
Reeves, R Adj; Sam Colson, R J A; M
E Reeves, R Q; W M Morrison, L L.
WHITWELL LODGE. No. 503, F. A A.
Masons meets 1st and 3rd Saturday
at 7 p. m: N N Rush, W M; H P Ilry
ant, S W; T M Walker, J W; E H
liirker, Treas; II C Grayson, Sec.
OLIVE RRANCH LODGE, NO. 52, 1. O.
O. F., meets every Friday night at
7:30 o'clock: C C Cantrell, N. O; W t.
Cross, VG; X N Rush, Sec; T P Duff,
Treas; L S Haumgartner, D G M.
POWHATTAX TRIDE, No. 24, Inde
pendent Order of Rod Men meets ev
ery Tuesday night at 7 o'clock: Pat
McOov, Sacbera; Walter Coppinger,
S. S; Will Duke, F. K: J. I). fkin-
r, .1. S; John Carl von, C. of R; II. H.
H. Turner, K. of W.
LAUREL LODGE NO. K. of P.,
meet every Mondaf nipht at 7: IS.
W L lUrher, C C: S It Alley, V C;
.1 .hn Jia.lard. P; J R Mnr.'an, M II:
W A L van. K of R: E P Taylor. M
K: T P l)iff. M F; L-.- Hrvart, I O:
ll T Lay it", O (; Goorgu Sunih, Janitor.
Dr J. L. l!aulston was able to be
Eugene Darber, of iSunnyside, was
in the city Monday.
Capt and Mrs. Wm. I'ryor went
to Dunlap Monday. .
Mr. and Marvin Culpepper passed
up the road to Pikeville Friday even
ing. Miss Hetty Harris, of Sulphur
Spring, was in the city last week vis
Kev. W. E. Billingsley preached
Saturday night and Sunday at the
W. F. Price, of Jasper, deputy
county court clerk, was in tho city
from Saturday morning.
Mrs. X. M. Barber, of Sunnyside,
was in the city Sunday visiting Mr.
and Mrs. W. L. Barhor.
Hev. J. A. Ellison, of Jasper,
passed down the road one day last
week en route home from Dunlap.
K. Wadkins, of Dunlap, was in
the city Friday exhibiting the Wad
kins & Pyburn ratchit for drilling in
There will be an ice cream sup
per and musical entertainment on
the lawn of the M. E. Church, south,
Rev. W. E. Billingsley, pastor of
the Baptist Church, who has been at
Pikeville for Borne weeks, returned
to the city Friday.
Good houses are in demand in the
city. It would be a good invest
ment for some one to erect some
comfortable dwelling houses to rent.
Rev. S. P. Angel and Rev. J. F.
Birk left Monday morning for Knox
ville to attend the meeting of the an
nual conference of M. E. Church
which meets this week.
Mr Biese, general agent for the
Prudential Life Insurance Company
of Newark. N .I., was in the city from
Monday until Wednesday in the in
terest of his company.
B. J. Cannon reports that he saw
a large rock broken open and in the
center of it was a frog in a cavity
only large enough for it and there
was no opening to the outside
II. C. Marring had no business to
slip oil' to Dunlap and marry Miss
Finneite Tolliver without letting the
News know about it. He might
have known that the News would
have found it out and published it
Cattle are still dying with what
they call murrain. Some die in two
or three hours after taking sick. A
tine jersey cow of C. C. Shirley's
died in two and a half hours after it
was taken sick. It is thought by
some that it was poisoned by drink
in water left af'er washing clothes in
which pearline had been used. The
matter should be looked into by
those who have the authority and if
such is the case the use of pearline
should be stopped.
Miss Adelia Abies went to Sequa
Henry Torbelt tn.ived to the city
la-t wtek from Dun'iip
Joel Looney. of I.ooiwys' Creek,
was on our streets last Thursday
JI. L. Harris, of Jasper, was in tho
City Friday night visiting his brother,
. P. Hollo woy has a fynt that is
twenty-seven years old. It is of the
rat terrier stock.
Miss Ellen Anderson was in the
city Thursday night, the guest of Dr.
and Mrs. J. L. Shirley.
B. F. Cowan of Dunlap, was in
the city Saturday., lie has been on
the mountain prospecting.
Miss Etta Harris, of Sulphur
Spring was in the city last week the
gvest of Mrs. D. T. Layne.
Rev. L. D. Coggin will preach
next Sunday at 11 a. m. at the M.E.
Church, south, on the subject of wa
W. R. Teague, who is making
brick for W. B, and J Q Ketner
says he only lacks about 00,000 of
Married Sunday morning at the
residence of the bride's parents, Rev.
S. P. Angel officiating, Mr. William
Smith and Miss Haltie Duff.
Msj. Donelson, of Louden coun
ty, whs in the city last week for the
purpose of organizing the Junior
Order of United American Mechan
ics. The first frost of the season made
its appearance on the morning of the
17th, but not enough to do any dam
age. People from the mountain re
port a killing frost in places on the
V. C. Lacke , of Tracy City, and
R. M. I). Anderson, of Fayetteville,
phogmpheis, came to the city Wed
nesday ol last week, to stay a short
time for the purpose, of working in
Mr. G. W. Morgan a::d daughter,
Mis riieona, of Fern. Ala., who
have been visiting their son und
broth' r, Mr. J. R. Morgan, our pop-
ulsr cahif r, for neveral days, left.
Friday moi tiini; lor their home.
Dr. J. L. Raulston met with a ser
ious accident x riday evening. His
horse became frightened and began
bucking when the saddle girth broke
throwing the Dr. over the horse's
bead. He made a turn in the air
and fell upon his back inflicting so
rious injuries, though not fatal. Dr
Shirley was with him and adminis
tered to his necessities, and after an
hour and a half relieved him so he
could be brought home. He is suf
fering considerably, and it will be
several days before he is able to be
We know vo have the best bargains
in Clothing in town or anywhere. . .
COME AND SEE
$ 5.00 twill worsted suit for $ 4.00
6.00 all wool suit for 5.00
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 1 0.OO
1 5.00 all wool solid black suit 1 2.50
Also bargains in Pants and Boys' Clothing.
CALL AT ONCE.
Brown, Spurloch Raulston,
' ATTORN EYS-AT-LAW,
Will practice in all the Courts,
rwite No, 8. WHITWELL, TENN.
tfivart'$ Kitflilji Jtotc pcivs.
NEW FALL AND WINTER GOODS !
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.
Rev. Joseph Vasey is in Knoxs
Meal 47-lb sack 7oc at Sam B.
Mr. Cash, of Cbat'anooga, was
here Monday night.
Best Flour, 24-1 p s.ick, GOo at
Sam B. Ally's
C. VV. Henley, of Chattanooga,
was in Whitwell Tuesday.
Fresh canned Tomatoes, 10c per
can at Sam B. Alley's.
Capt. John Frater and sister,
Mtes Hannah, were in the city Fri
Mrs Fannie Harris of Cbatta-
dooga, is in the city visiting i
A. I). Nash, of Hillsboro, is in
the city the guesi of Mr. and Mrs.
T. G Harrison
Rfv. A. K. Trice went to Hills
boro T'.nsday of last week to aU
C. Livingston and family of So.
Pittsburg spent sever tl davs here
this week visiting.
Special to tbo News.
J. 8. Hickey and family and Miss Em
ma Read and her brother Claud went to
Land's Chapjl to church on 3rd Sunday.
It was J. L. Whito's regular appoint
ment. Hu hud some baptizing to do.
It was rather cool as we have had
enough (rost out hero to kill our corn,
poas and sweot potatoes. Lots of food
J. H. II. lloyd and J. S. went to town
Saturday ana J. 11. ll. iioya bought a
busffy ar,d harness. I don't know
whether hu was afraid to drive out or
not. His mule is a peculiar one and so
he got somo one to drive for bi n and he
rode muloi bank, and his driver w;is
sometimes in the road and sometimes
out over logs and against stumps. J. 11.
11. hitched up nunday aiming to po to
Land's Chapel. He went two or three
miles but by some means or other ho
never got there. There must have been
something wrong with him or his mule.
Any way be was found at home and not
at church. Ask him what was the mat
ter. R C. Boyd was rubbing his pony up
saying that he wanted bis horse to be
in good sbapH so that ho could take his
best girl to the. picnic next month. We
think he is coming don't you.
We havH learned the strike question
will be settled soon, and the miners
will return to their places. We hope
there will be no further trouble.
Bro. B. l Chiles h is closed his meet
ing at tlio mines. There was much
good don", with about twenty conver
sions. Wh hope liro. Chiles will con
tinue in tho good work as bo iscoP'man
ded. J. S. H.
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