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it hummed at Sequachec, Marion County, Tenn. KVKItV TIIUKHUAT. HILL &. SON, EblTOKS AND,rUl!LlSllKK8 Subscription Price, 50c a Year in Advance. KlTSows and advertising matter to se cure insertion must be handed in before 12 o'clock each Wednesday, or it may be too late for publication. Tiik Nkws will not bo responsible for the opinions of its correspondents, nor for signed communications, and nothing wlllbu oonaldi rrd for publication which is not accompanied by the real name of the writor not for publication, but as an evidence of good faith. THURSDAY, Septemiiku 29, 1904. Thkke is a feeling growing that "tbe conditions of the times demand lower pricea, not only in the mar kets but in the prices paid to labor. This haa been largely disbelieved, but as the stringency still contin ues it is evident to sensible, think ing men that reductions must be made to meet the times. As the prices of labor go down the prices on articles produced by that labor will go down too, and the result will be about the same. It is use less, however, to expect prices to go down first, for that would be an exception tc the general run of thing. It is a hard dose to swal low, to accept lower prices on labor or material wealth, but it now looks as if the dose must be taken if relief would be obtained, and the laboring man as well as his em ployer is getting actively alive to this fact. This is not an argument for the abolition of the trades un ion, for the unions should he as fully acquainted with the proper time to lower prices as when to raise them. The whole secret is that we as a nation have been liv ing too fast. VVe have been put ting too many airs, and this is the natural slow-up to our ambitions. Alter a rest to cool off the hot box hindering our progress we will speed along as usual. The frequent, occurence of rail road wrecks lately is startling, and the number of unfortunates killed or maimed in them is appalling There must a laxness of manage ment or lack of system to account for this, and often times .the over worked condition of the e jnployes is held accountable. At any rate the cause of every accident should be thoroughly investigated, and a remedy applied that will help in averting similar catastrophes. Hu man life is not so cheap that it can be dtstroyed in accidents by land or water with impunity and without question. Tenkeessee sorghum is now cut1 ting a considerable figure in the markets, which it hitherto has not done. Farmers are raising the cane more extensively, and are finding Teady markets for the syrup when offered to the right parties and o good quality. It is being shipped east to be used in making glucose and it is claimed that one barrel o Tennessee sorghum will make four barrels of glucose, or twice as much as that raised elsewhere. Farmers should take advantage of an opening market by growing more cane which seems an extremely profitable crop. There is lots of talk now about the Adams law and the liquor question it fact the Adams law is being rung in as a paramount issue but we would like to wager that the Bam amount of spiritus fru nienti will govern the elections as ever. This is supposed to be a country of free speech, but lots of times ev en junt criticism has no place in it, and the business boycott is the se quence, we note frequently. If Sequacbee was to have half the chance some other places have had the would grow with Aladdin like rapidity. Tennessee's seven amendments to constitution re rivaling in no toriety the seven plagues of Egypt The Russians are reported to be very anxious to go into winter quarters now. The religion of many like beau ty is only skin deep. Eczema How It reddens the skin. Itches, oozes. dries and scales I Some people call It tetter, rullk crust or ealt rheum. The HufleririR from It Is sometimes In tense; local applications are resorted to they mitigate, but cannot cure. It proceeds from humors inherited or ac quired aivl persists until these have been removed. Hood's Sarsaparilla positively removes them, has radically and permanently cured the worst cases, and is without an eiiual for all cutaneous eruptions. UouD'b hiLLS uru the bent cathartic. l'i tce2.'ceuU. NEW HOPE. Special to the A'civs. School is progressing nicely. There was a prayormeotlng organized here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Dykes of Whitwell were visiting here Sunday. Several from this place attended preaching at Burnett's Schoolhouso Sunday, also a wedding, Miss Lula Grant to Mr. Joe Davis. They wero united in front of the church. We wish them long and happy Hues. Jay Pickett and Miss Laura Easterly were driving Sunday eve. Mrs. Florence Easterly and Miss E- dith Hudson called on Miss Ella Hud son Sunday. Taylor Easterly yisited home folks Sunday. Miss Alice Davidson called at this of fice Sunday afternoon. W. H. Layne was seen coming up the road in a hurry Sunday. Say, W. II., what was wrong? Miss Esther Smith of Whitwell, is visiting Miss Lula Picket this week. Misses Ella Layne and Ida Pickett made a flying trip to Cedar Spring Sun day. Miss Esther Smith visited Miss Ida Pickett one day this week. R. C. Pickett is visiting home folks. BEWARE OF OINTMENTS FOR CA TARRH THAT CONTAIN MERCURY, as mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange me wnoie system wnen entering it through tue mucous surfaces. Such ar ticles snouiu never De used except on prescriptions from repu table physicians. as the damage they will do is ten fold to the good you can possibly derive irom them. Hall s Uatarrh Cure, man ufactured by F. J. Cheney & C, Toledo, O., contains no murcury, and is takon internally, acting directly upon the. tuooa and mucous surfaces of the svs- tem. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine. It is taken internally, and made in Toledo, O. by i. j, tneney & uo. Testimonials free. bold by Drugi'ists, price 75c oer bot tle. Hall's Family Pills are the best. HOGE'S CROSSING,. Special to the Nnus. Stripping cane is the order of tbe day. Joe Dobbin was here this week. Mr. Robbins was hero Monday. t Mrs. Henry Hancock visited at John McGuirt's in Jasper Sunday. , Mrs. John Philips visited hor sister Mrs. Bud Warren Tuesday. Seab Johnson was on our streets Sun day. Oscar Foster was soen going to Jasper Sunday with a smile on his face a foot long. Will Berryhill was seen going by here Sunday to see his best girl. Ask Miss Phoebe Hancock where she got that white handkerchief she bad Sunday. Miss Ada Rogers went to Sunday school horseback riding Sunday. Johu Philips went to Jasper Sunday evening. Mrs. Mary Lou Snapp and mother, Mrs. Philips of Jasper, visited Mrs, John Philips Sunday. Miss Sallie Wolfe visited Mrs. Mary Hancock Saturday night. Miss Effle Myers is all smiles now. Dave Hoge went to town shopping. If the sun bad a sled for sliding down tbe sky how very much fast be could go, and the funny little days how quick ly they would fly in order to keep up with him you know. Weeping Willow. Eight cents a pound is what a young woman paid for twelve pounds of flesh. She was thin and weak and paid one dollar for a bottle of Scott's Emulsion, and by tak- iivr regular doses had trained twelve pounds in weight before the bottle was finished. Eight cents a pound is cheap for such valuable ma terial. Some pay mere, some less, some get nothing for their money. You get your monev's worth when you buy Scott's Emulsion. We will bend you a little free. SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists, 409 Tearl Street, New York. 50c. and f 1. 00 ; all druggists. TOtwtll department. GEO. W. LEWIS Atrent. 1 7V "(ow not what I tell it as E. E. Dull is in Chattanooga on business. John Carlyon went to Chattanooga Wednesday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. D. II. Deakins have gone to the World's Fair. Capt. and Mrs. Wm. Pryor were' in the city one day last week. J. S. and J. J. Hooper returned from Herrin, 111., last Wednesday. John Dogers and Mrs. Harris of Mt. Parnassus were in the city Fri day. Miss Alverna Miller left Saturday for Winchester and Dtcliard on a visit to relatives. Prof. Key, who is teaching school at Loouey's Creek, was in the city Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Duke of Bridgeport, Ala., spent a few days in the city last week. Miss Davis, of Stevenson, Ala., is in the city visiting her cousin, Mrs. Dr. Shirley, and other relatives. Rev. R. J. Moore went to Chatta nooga Wednesday of last week to at tend the Chattanooga Presbytery. Dillard Griswold and mother and Mrs. Lou Reid, of Tracy City, were visiting at E. E. Bull's last week. Mrs. Dr. Shirlc-v left Monday for Roupe, Tenn., to join her husband who is at that place practicing medi cine. Rev. Greening, of Pikeville I preached last Sunday at the M. E. Church, South, at 11 am., and 7:30 pm. lion. John T. Raulston left Mon day for Ducktown where he speaks Tuesday and Wednesday night he will speak at McCays. R. E. Shelton and W,. F. Price will leave for Nashville Friday to enter the medical department of the University of Nashville. Next Sunday will be Rev. M. J. Butcher's last appointment before conference. He will leave next Monday for conference. W. B. Ketner, who has been at Bridgeport for the past three months is at home. He contemplates going ; to the World's Fair in a few days. John Payne was arrested Monday by deputy sheriff Young charged with borrowing a pants from F. M. Albany without the consent of Mr. Albany. He waived examination, to secure bond and appear before Judge McReynolds. HOt.USTER'S KccJ'y mountain Tea ftungots A Busy Meuioins for Easy people. Br!ag3 GoUUn Health and renewed V!f':r. A specific for Onnstlmtion, Inrlipetiou. Live and kidney Troubles, Pimples. Ecrenri, Impun blood. Had Breath, Bltitrtrish Dowels, 11 'ivlaehi and Backache. It's Kooky Mountain Tea in tab let form, s-i corns a iox. uwiuiuo made by IIollistbb Riiuo Company, Madison, Wis. iOLDEN NUGGETS FOR SALLOW PEOPLE THE GRAND OPENING of our Magnificent New Clothing Store at S21 Market St. Thursday, Friday and Saturday the 8th, 9th and ioth. Special Price on our entire stock throughout these three days. Will also tell on Thursday from 4 to 6:30 p. m. Brand New $i STEWART CLOTHIERS, HATTERS, & FURNISHERS, 821 Market St., CHATTANOOGA, corxer or Arcadk. the truth may be, toU to Hie. E. E. Rogers of Victoria, was in the city Friday. J at cary returned irom upper EaRt Tennessee. K. J. Moore, Esq., returned from Chattanooga Monday. Joe Davis and Miss May Grant were married Sunday. Several are preparing to go to Herrin, 111., in search of work. W. J. Shelton of Sulphur Spring, was in the city Monday evening. L. II. Grayson was in Chattanoo ga last week attending Presbytery. Mr. Hughes of South Pittsburg, was in the city one night last week. Several contemplate going to So. Pittsburg to hear Hon. E. W. Car mack speak. Leslie Shirley left Saturday for Roope, Tenn., where he goes to work for the company at that place. Judge John A. Moon passed up the road Monday evening en route to Pikeville where he spoke Tues day. Saturday evening when the train arrived Conductor Doss and passen gers reported having seen a barn on fire in north Mariou county. Later it was learned that Wm. Griffith, who lives just below Cedar Springs, had two barns burned that afternoon, one at his home and the other in the bottom near the river. The grounds where the barns stood were carefully guarded, awaiting the arrival of Per ry Phipps, of Chattanooga, who had been 'phoned to come at once with his bloodhounds. When the dogs arrived Ihey were put on the trail. We understand they followed it to the railroad station at Whitwell and there lost it, from which it supposed the parties, two in number, had tak en the train. With these, eleven have burned in that section. It will be remembered that some time ago Capt. John Frater, E. II. Hudson, Mr. Shirley and others lost their barns by fire. There is no clue as to who did the burning in any of these instances, nor for what purpose. More vigilance in the future should be observed and a determined effort made to apprehend all who are guil ty of such offences. Or, if they oc cur from negligence or carelessness that should be remedied. Dunlap Tribune CASTOR! A For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Signature of When you write you want to know that your letter will be delivered to the party addressed or returned. Then why use plain envelopes? we win furnish and print your name on 100 for only 30 cents. Inducements Bills for 90c BROS. & CO. Fiieu F. Wallace, Pres. & Treas. WALLACE JOBBERS AND BUGGIES & WAGONS HARNESS AND SADIiLEKY. Field and Grarden Seeds. Atronts for Milburn Farm and Spring Wagons and Columbus Bugjry Co. U10-112 Market Street. , Shipped on Trial and "SIMPLICITY" The Engine that will do all your work under all conditions and at ALL TIMES. If not as represented can be returned at our expense. LET US SHIP YOU ONE ON TRIAL. ill 1 fill 2 1-2 HORSE POWER SIMPLICITY. We have a fine proposition to agents in unoccupied territory. Write us to-day. WESTERN MALLEABLE & GREY IRON MFG. CO., 44 CHASE ST., MILWAUKEE, WIS. TATESVILLE, Special to the Neivs. We have had a good rain which we appreciate very much. We are glad our pennyroyal special- Bt was twelve months ahead of the ex periment Btation. It you remember I wrote you that he stated that the great bugaboo snake in tbe cabbage that was deadly poison was a worm and was not poison. The Bulletin this year from tbe experiment station states that they can be ate raw or cooked and will do no barm to tbe one eating them. So we begin to have more confidence in our specialist. There is some sickness now among our neighbors. James Thompson's two children are on the sick list. Bad colds which seem to be contag ious, are passing through Tatesville. Henry Barker was at the poHtoffice Saturday. Think he was looking for a special letter. Rev. Lige Tate's two sons from Beer- sheba Springs, were at Sunday school last Sunday morning. Miss Bessie Barker gave the postof- flce a call last week, Will Palmer and Lusher Overturf were guests of II. Overturf Sunday. L. R. Vonrohr and Whitlow Bryant, and Misses Angle Ross and Alice Lock- hart were guests of Miss Hester Layne Sunday. Miss Daisy Webb and Mr. Own&by of Dunlap, eloped and were married last week. This breaks the ice. Look out for the wedding bells. E. B. Marey of Mountain Junction, Chattanooga, is tbe guest of J. L. White this week. Dr. Pegg was in Tatesville last week. Nimrod Cagle and Jack Ranks were at the postoffico Saturday. Willie Palmer aod and brother, Bert, visited J. L. White Sunday evening. Tbe boys and girls of Tatesville had a sociable at J. W. Bryant's Saturday night. Miss Mamie White and Miss Brudy Layne were greatly missed at Sunday school Sunday morning. Cloud Reed, from Eagle Point was at Sunday school Sunday. J. II. Ross is sick. Watchman. Cause of Insomnia. Indigestion nearly always disturbs the sleep more pr loss and is often the cause of insomnia. Many cases have been permanently cured by Chamber lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. For sale by all druggists. CECIL PRIGMORE. Whitwell, . T,enn., Sept. 21. Cecil Prigmore, the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Prigmore, aged 10 months and 10 days, died Sept. 19th, of pneumonial fever. Religious services were conducted by Rev. M. J. Butcher. What Is Life? In the last analysis nobody knows, but we do know that it is under strict law. Abuse that law even slightly, pain results. Irregular living means derangement of tbe organs, resulting in Constipation, Headache or liver trouble. Dr. King's New Pills quickly re-adjusts this, li s gentle, yet thorough. Only J5o at Whitwell Drugstore. TO FARMERS. Your name and al dreat on 2S0 envelopes for 7c; lix) for 30c. Ilavn undelivered letter returned to you. The pric is cheaper than jou can buy the imprinted envelop. Ray mono Wallack., Secretary. BUGGY CO., DEALERS IN CHATTANOOGA, TENN. Fully Guaranteed Vertical Engines, H, 2 J and 4 J II. 1 Horizontal, C 11. 1'., and up. Simplicity Engines are made in our own fac tory by tho most expert workmen in the world. We test each engine when finished. Never Rets out of order. Uses a email amount of fuel. We Guarantee Simplicity onpinea to de velop their rated power, with a surplus, and ajrree to replace any part that proves defective. W. R. ROGERS, S. 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