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Hiot iwnpflial effect thr kVdn y. t contains the best and SaVit stances for correcting and toning these organs. THURSDAY, Fkiiutahy 11. 1004. IVhtocU gfpartmcnt. :;. GEO. W. LEWIS Agent. ANNOUNCEMENTS. We are authorized to announce Dr. N. 11. Moore, of Whitwell, as a candi date to represent the counties of Marion and Franklin in the next Legislature, subject to action of Democratic party. Election in November, 1904. Wn am authorized to nnnouncn Wil Ham J. Harris as a candidafo for elect ion to the office of Sheriff of Marion County, eubjpct to the will of the peo ple. Election in August. VMU. W ini untVinrlvnri t.n linnminCO David MeNabb. of Whiteside, as a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Marion Coun ty, subject to the will of the republican primary or convention. Wa authorized to announce Dan T Tk.nh ta a nil i rl a t n for trustee of Marion county, subject to the action of tee republican party or uih county. FOR PEACE IX THE FAMILY The News lias been imposed up on lately in some communications sent to it. Hereafter if anyone de sires to make statements about any one or anyone's business or correct any alleged error in the News, we will do so only above your signature. This applies only to correspondents whose evident purpose is to raise a row at the expense of some one else. Correspondents who write in good faith are always welcome to these columns, but those who wish to stir up strife and discord must do so on ly above their o-wn signature to stand the consequence. THE CELESTIAL RAILROAD. The way to heaven by Christ was made, .., . L. v i ,-,i.v, thi track was lai(! YVllU ueavi n'.Y i.'"" . From earth to heaven the line extend. And life eternal where it ends. Chorus We aro travel. ng home, We are traveling home, We are traveling home 'Pji Kuaufln tlhoVG To sing our Saviour's dyitig )ovc. 1 no niui" iovuu -- It points the way to heaven so clear, Through trials dark and dreary here It doth the way to glory steer. r - : . .i. n.. c.ni'a truLh the steel, It drives the engine and the wheel, And all who wouiu to giory Must come to Christ and in him abide. Come now. uoor sinners, now is your time, At any station on the line. If you w ill repent and turn from sin, This train will stop and take you in. No curves on the celestial way, H is safe to run by nignt or any. Wo give it as a istbie iact, This train will never run off the tracK. - .v...-,. trr it t.o tend. FiO SWILClieo tui-iu w - , MuD u luit. f,nn track from end toena, Are you in haste bright heaven to win Be sure to lane tue eipiooa The depot is built on solid ground, JNoeartmy poweri.au mm .-...., When the wh:stlo blows we understand This heavenly train is close at uaim. The conductor of this train is kind, He never leaves a mourner behind, On Calvary be stopped tbis train, Until the dying tniei ttvepy'-u And when we reach our final home, The track is left ana more can coujw, And it is sound and won't decay, And will he until judgement day. . i ,.t aiLont rwrmtto UU cow uiuuuw .-i This train will Btop, tneaoor wni vw, And passengers will cease to nuc, And dwell around their Saviour s side Pats Born to Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hall Thursday night a girl. Elmer Ilavron, of Texas, was in the city Friday night. A eleven-year old daughter of J. S. Condra died Sunday with pneumonia. E. W. Prigmorc, of Oak Grove, was in the city Wednesday of last week. Mrs. W. H. Walker, of Dunlap, was in town Friday, night visiting relatives. Miss Alice Myers, of Whiteside, is in the city visiting her aunt, Mrs. A. G. Parker. While in Victoria, the capital of Dadsville, we saw the material for new bridge to be built at Ketner s mill. W. P. McClureof Nashville, and T. A. Emery of Winchester, were in the city Wednesday night ot last week. The stork has made its appearance Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ilev. J. II. Wagner, of Orme,is in the city. Dr. J. A. Walker, Dr. N. li. Moore and Geo. W. Lewis went to Jasper Thursday. Mrs. J. II. Northcut and her mo ther, Mrs. Granthun returned from a visit at Tracy City last Monday. The Whitwell friends of Sheriff McCullough a'e anxiously waiting for his announcement for re-election. Ilev. M. J. Butcher filled his regu lar appointment last Sunday and Sunday night at the M. E. Church, south. J. Q. Ketner, proprietor of the Whitwell Store, has been suffering with la grippe the past week but is now better. Drs. D. T. Layne and N. 15. Moore, our two candidates for Floater from this county and Franklin are both out of town urging their claims for the office they seek. Miss Nell Griscom, of St. Elmo, was in the city from Saturday even iss n Thn Cn Hm-j no- PriPOQ Vil H8 & I III I UllUlflll I IIWWW .. x Made for . . . V IThp. V iB..JL II IB H a tmtBf iome of JHr. ana mys. mm - ... ' . . i ino- until Mondav. the truest of Jli , 1I ! 1 a thurn "'n ' Hall, a tine gin oemg uu. , - . few Thursday night Miss Jean Ellis returned from Lynchburg, Va., last Saturday where she had been attending college the las t six months. for days for Nebraska. A gentleman called in one of our business houses the other day and and told the proprietor that he "axed to ax him what he would ax to put a Dr. J. L. Thompson, ot Victoria, 1 oltom jn ti,e bottom of a strainei was called to the city Saturday to see Misa Bessie Hooper, who is very low with measles and flux. 4n PAIRS MEN'S SHOES, genuinely i i. r-rs ...in i fy nfl gOOU clL CpO.OVJ Will Ut? l Mww Six different styles. Our Bargain Counter still has a few Overcoats on it GOING AT COST. See our Show Cases on the Left as you enter our store: the first filled with 5c articles, the second with 10c ar ticles, and the third with 25c artic les. Great bargains in them. WHITWELL. $$S$$ of Masons Sunday morning the lightning fif m p If n. telenhnne nolo tiear A. J v. -v.- .. f r - I'Qrlor'a teariiiir it, nil to llieces. " v' o - ' Measles are still raging in the city caif 0f j, A. Bailey's was killed and but how many have them I am not one 0f the posts under Mr. Parker's able to say. Some two or three are uouse war split open and the teie- vprv low and hardly expectea to le- phone wire for more than two nun- - . . .... fii-fi.l feet was broken into several hero went to Victoria Elsewhere we print a capping from the Rockwood. Tenn., Times regarding the proposed bonding of the roads in that county. It con tains the arguments which are now beine vigorous! y used in this c un ty against the recent action of the County Court in voting to bond the county in the interest of good roads We are always willing k print articles like tbes or any sr ticles in fact against any public meaimre, 60 that the ideas of the . opposition may be made the more evident. In this way their argu ments can be made of use in pre venting future errors. Amid the many charges of "ring" rule circu lating in the county it would be well for the present road commis sioners to act with the-utmostbon-' esty and openness in thi matter 'of building the roads, and thus ab solutely silence the cries of the op position, which seems to be largely directed at them. It is obligated on them to carry out the estimates of iheir engineer completely and thorouehly in order to prove their own honesty in the matter and the accuracy of their calculations. Do ine this they will have achieved a great victory aside from the fact that the roads were hunt, tor men they will have proven that there are three men in Marion county who can act hone tly with the pub lic in a matter ibst concerns the welfare of all. Mrs. Ilenrv Ilice, formerly of this I place, now of Dunlap, was taken to Chattanooga last Saturday ior meui ical treatment. Dr. L. L. Janeway accompanied her from here. .InhnT. Raulston, who attended supreme court at Nashville recently, pieces. Our friend, Tom Layne, is push ing his canvass for Floater vigorous ly. Whitwell can well be proud of putting forth two such candidates on the field for the same office as Moore or Lavne. The platforms of the two candidates differ slightly, for while Moore is openly and aggressively for Bate, Layne is content to have the CAROLINE CHAPEL Special to thi News. Several from Sut.ii rdav. Will Rogers visited at Monroe urn- flth'slSunday. Girls, keep your eye on ufMn. un la ix if n(a f ol In w. vvuue, i.jv"j . r . . .. -r t-H Jim Holt and wile visited at KODeri iDf0rms us that the case 01 i Holt's Saturday and Sunday. lie re- ry q j & R'j (Jo. was turned to Etna Monday. I . , Tl. ree.m-d in the case We are clad to see Uncle John Kog- l"r " . , , " , . """"t' I . ..l..m;nnna Hneninent Ot ,. Dttlo,l fnr him hw the ainti- I la a vei V VUlUllliiiwMo ! uuiDUVii ...... j v nr nut umln. I ,a " V'J . 1 i i . t aim tain irmintr men l vih c oil ivnewiiueii wuin- . rnoni, anu hiwu ucuuiik in iuc iniuin- J HI JU. vil in. i ai.i. n BUI1II .I!"'." J I i riding up the road like they were hunt- . roa(j u,k jore here now ins somebody. ... a ,.nn and evervthinn from . iim . ii .. ,. . I all. Mill null V . J We were in vvniivvuii uno uj , -week and saw many old friends among Dan to Beersheba seems to he tne them J. II. Northcut and he is still ...kioct 0f discussion. There is a wearing the same old smi'.e. I met sev- i(leraue opposition to the bonds n.mo n n, o ion hp vfi pal can- I . . erai .. - -but each orator has a d.tterent argu didates. men i jourui-juu vm I ... f iimm t ho matter miles above Whitwell and stopped over mem, to oner, u niirhtwith relatives, and enjoyed the reHt8 In a little While the enervea- visit greatly. Next day I returned evaporate and everything homo and passing Red Hill thought ol marriage bell, the many old friends who rested there will ue as nappjr e anme who wore the blue and some who and then "watch us grow. , Kelly & Grayson say that they offnrd trt sell bran at oUc See change in officers in Directory. Some of the young orange mer chants who were dealing in oranges without licence, paid pretty dearly f. iho nnrl. ihev took and in t lie I matter and agreed to quit the busi ness There were more people in town Wednesday of last week than thore have been for a Ions time. It was payday. Buying and trading mules onri l,nri.u .a rrreat feature and (IIIV4 " D every tow-headed mule and bob-tailed horse that was for trade was here besides a some very fine ones and quite a number changed hands by purchase or otherwise. f .rjjur.irrri 1 1 ""'"'' ... .r... e U.-r-rullt'Utt TKNS.. dune me more Rood than ""Y, "'''Ta remedy! ever U8eS.lKdy recommend the ineuicine 10 an """" wore the srev. Mv heart was filled with grief, and my eyes suffused with ating convention in his county. May the, best man win in the contest. How's This? Wa f,ff,.r f)nn Hundred Dollars Reward f Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Lure. li- I l'lllH.Y .V. tl.. 1TODS.. Toledo, Ohio. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last fifteen years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions, and financially able to carry out any obligation made by their firm. Wkst &T1SUAX, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio. Wauikn. Kinnan & Ma it vi st, Whole sale druggists, Toledo, Ohio. 11,,11'a fiitiiprh Cure is taken internal ly, acting directly upon the blood and miieous surfaces ol tne system. rnco 75c per bottle. Sold by all druggists Testimonials free. Hall's Family Pills are the best per 100. as advertised in their circulars bv a mistake of their printer, but that they have got lots of things to sell proportionately as cheap. They are always glad to find that their friends read the advertis ing matter they send out as was evinced by frantic calls tor more bran. People suddenly discovered their cows needed lining, and thought they had found a bonanza in 80 cent bran sirlfT McCullough is being spoken of as a candidate for re election, n,a,,y of hi8 friends urging him to again make the race. In such event we are sure his friends would stand loyal ly by him. Mr. McCullough has proved a verv eflicieut and daring officer and loo much cannot be said in his praise. The South Pitts burg Hustler noting his proposed candidacy, justly ave him a lib eral benison of laudatory remarks. VV R Crabtree, of Chattanooga, has bought the plant and goodwill r .r,- Chattanooga Tress, and will continue its publication but along independent instead oi repuomau lines. Friend Crabtree has our .n' .ishes in bib undertaking which no doubt will be successful u be i an old ana ii nr-p per w11' STANLEY. Special to the News. Mud is nlentiful now. and we need several more bootblacks in our town T. H. Ritchie, Sr., John T. Richie and John Lusk were business callers at the Postofflce Sunday. Mrs. Belle Durham spent Thursday with Mrs. M. L. Richie. Joe Coffelt of Looney's Creek, passed through hero Saturday going to tbatta nooga. T it. Richie visited relatives at Whitwell and Looney's Creek last week John Lusk will be oua next mall car rier. The Tennessee river is lower than ever was known at tbis season, and has been so all winter. Mr. Davis, of Sulphur Spring, has a nice lot of tanbark r-ady for shipment, but it seems a difficult matter for him to get a barge. Arrested and Thrashed. Will Arledge, a juvenile offender, was arrested Thursday by railroad detectives Barthell and Crabtree p.harored with acts of Dettv theivinff O I - '-' f,-nr,i tViu railrnnd cars, hprfi. esnecial- ly during the holidays when a 24-lb aaek nf nuts and a box of mantres was taken from one of cars Young Arledge when arrested ac knowledged his euilt and implica- n . . ted four companions in the crime, who wi be dea t witn summaruv unless observing strict eood behav- . " ..." ., . ior. Un account ot ins youin me railroad authorities did not care to push his case to conviction, and re leased him upon his having a sound thrashing from his father in the pres ence of the officers. The merchants and railroad au thorities of the town have been much annoyed by acts of petty theiving, and, if necessary, severe measures will be taken to t-top it. WHITWELL Spt eial to the Nvis. Mud and snow is the order of the day. Miss liertba Colston, of Shellmound, is visiting friiiiids in the city. Misa l'.essie Gilliam visited Mis-tes Nell and Emily li i ley Tin sday. Airs. James llailcy is sick this week. Arthur Bryant was all smiles Sunday. Wash Oirdlev looked sad Sunday. Mtu Noll ISaiiev visited Mollie Ouarlcs Tuesday. Miss Bessie Gilliam looked sad bun- day. I know wBy. Miss May Ridge was shopping in town Saturday. Ask Miss Lizzie Hatfield who she was onnulisillini? Snndav night. Miss Callio Quarlos spent Saturday iv,f n-ii h T.izzin Smith on the moun- uiK " tain. Miss Nellie looked sad Sunday, be cause she didn't see Howell, we guess. Old Maid. a Tnx of Bliss Native A Herbs is a family doc tor always in the house. Its use prevents and cures ice consupauou, i BL1S5 pepsia, Kidney and NATIVE Liver Trouble, Skiq ,.rnRc Diseases, Rheuma Ujcivdj. tism and many Blood diseases. It is purely vegetable contains no min eral poison and is pre pared in Tablet and Powder form. Sold in One Dollar boxes with a Guarantee to rurp nr tiiouev back. page Almanac telling how to treat disease sent on reiiucsv. 200 DOSES $1.00 Our 32 MEDICINE MAILED PROMPTLY BY JAMES CARLOCK, S. Pittsburg, Tenn., THE ALONZO O. BLISS CO., WASHINGTON, D. C. HEALTH Means the ability to do a good day's work, without undue fatigue and to nna life worth living, xou caniiui, na,D ... digestion or constipation without up ,1.. ; .-will iitinir the blood. seiiiiu nio ni "i h i Such a condition may uu quickest obtained by llerbine, the best liver regulator that the world nas ever known. Mrs. v. . lhu. -...- Apr l 3, 1003: "I use Hcrbino and find it the b.-st medicine for constipation and r.gulafmg the liver I ever used. Price 50 cents. For sab' by S"quatchie Supply Store, anil Whitwell Drug Co. WHITWELL DIRECTORY. CHURCHES. MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH- Rov W Billingsley, pastor; Meeting every 3rd Sunday at 11 am. and 7 pm. Prayer meeting overy Wednesday night at 7 pm. Sunday school every Sunday at 8:30 am., O. W. Cbastain, Supt. M. E. CHURCH, SOUTH M. J. Butch er, pastor; preaching every Sunday at 11 am., and 7:00 pm: Sunday school every Sunday at 9:30 pm., C. C. Shir ley, Supt. 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 9:80 a. m. T. P. Duff, Supt. C. P. CHURCH M. A. Hunt, pastor. Preaching every 2nd and 4tu Sunday in each month. Sunday school every Sunday, W. B. Ketner, Supt. LODGES Are You Restless at Niyht? And harassed by a bad cough? Use Ballard's llorehound Syrup, it will se cure you sound sleep and effect a prompt and radical cure. J:c, 5i)c and . For sale bv Sequatchie Supply Store, and W bitwell Drug Co, ALL WINTHR GOODS SLAUGHTERED Entire Stock of Fall and Winter Goods included in this Sale. P very thing must go regardless of cost or price, as we are compelled to have the room for our new Spring and Summer Stock, which has already begun to arrive. Overcoats 01 Hen's Suits 25 to 40 per Cent, off regular prices. All other winter goods such as UNDERWEAR, JERSEY and FLANNEL SHIRTS, HATS, BROKEN LOTS AND SIZES IN SHOES will be sold at PROPORTIONATE CUT PRICES. This Ssle will last but a few davn so come at Osck. STEWARTBROS. & CO. (Formerly Stewart Rmr) 8 W. 9th St. Chattanooga. Church Progress Gratifying. Whitwell, Tenn., Feb 8. The Meth odist Church South, hero baa arrived at the end of all missionary and benevo lent collections. Their improvements to the interior ot their church buildin? have been finished. The membership is delighted to have the meeting of the preachers of the district, which con venes here Feb. 11 ana 1'.. me cunui nf thH i hurch is (rood, and more in terest is manifested in church work than usuul. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY. Tat" Laxative liromoQninine Tablets. All drusrtfists refund the money if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's signature is on each box. 250. i UNITED MINE WORKERS OF AM erica, No. 287, meets every Thursday j night at 7 p. mi M. T. Tipton, Presl I dent; J. J. Hooper, Vice President; .1 H. Harris. V. Secretary: V. L. San ders, C. Secretary; Mart Creek, Jani tor. ALL EYES ON ST. LOUIS. The ryes of all the world will bo turn ed toward St. Louis during the year l'XH. Everybody will waot to get from first hands, the new of the greatest World's Fair which the world bs ever seen. Ourrealers are adviseJ. therefore, to subscribe f.ir the greatest St. Lcum newsp,..r-a newspaper which ack- 1.1... .nii or rual in all the West, and which stands in the front rank anion the great newspapers of the i.l sinWribo for the M. LULIS GLOHE-DKMOCUAT and get all the .... ... v.,i.l' Kair. all ihe news .11 the earth. .-e advertisement .1... h.rA in this iaSUO. J 31, 6t cm MONROE CONCLAVE, No. 32, Regents of the White Shield: Meets every Friday at 7:00 p. m. R Jlurgess, R C; .1 W llarwick, V R E; A Frizzell, PR E; U ltieshv, R Chaplain; Thos. Williams R K; R Abraham, K T; R. Reeves, R Adj; Sam Colson, R J A; M E Reeves, R Q; W M Morrison, L L. WHITWELL LODGE. No. 503. V. A A. Masons meets 1st. and 3rd Saturday at 7 p. m: T. M. Walker, W M; U. T. Layne, S. W; J. F. Kelly, J. W; E. II. Parker, Treas; to. C. Grayson, Sec. OLIVE HRANCI1 LODGE, NO. 53, 1. O. O. F., meets evory Friday night at 7:3(1 o'clock: C C Oantrell, N. G; WE Cross, V(i; N N Rush, Sec; T P Duff, Treas; L S iiaumgartner, D G M. POWII ATTAN TRIBE, No. 24, Inde nendent Order of Red Men meets ev ery Tuesday night at 7 o'clock: Pat McCoy, Sachem; Waltor Coppinger, S. S; Will Duke, P. R; J. D. Skin er, .1. ,S; John Carlyon, C. of U; H. H. li. Turnor. K. of YV. LAUREL LODGE NO. 98, K. of P., meets every Monday nighl at 7:1V W L Kir her, C C; 8 H Alley, V C; John Kallard. P; J R Morgan, M H; W A U-van. K of R; E P Taylor, M E; T P Duff. M F; Lee llryant, I O; D T Layne, O G; George Smith, Janitor. The Ne sis only 50c a year. Read it. WE LKAD when it comes to doing Job Printing jiromjitly and neatly.