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PU1II.M1IK.I) AT 8aqua.cb.ee. M&rioa County, Tenn. KVKUY THUHBDAV. HILL Sc. SON, Editous and Purmbhkks Siibtir1ptlon Price, 50c a Year in Advance. fc3T!Ce w and advertising matter to se cure insi-rtton must ho handed In before 11 oVlixik each Wednesday, or It may bo too late for publication. THURSDAY TmI nm 20, 1908. ANNOUNCEMENTS. We are authorised to annnnnnn H A Kem.y as a candidate for re-election to the office of Trugteo of Marlon County, subject to the action of the Republican We are authorized to announce, II M WKHTMoiiKLAXitas a candidate for re election to the otllce of Sheriff of Mar ion County, subject to the action of the Republican party. We are authorized to announce.!. A. i ackson aa a candidate for Sheriff of Marion County, subject to the action of too repu oncan party. ; NOTICE. On and after April 1. 1908. all sub scriptions to the News on our books re maining unpaid, after one year's cred it, win ue cut oit. This action is nec essary to avoid conflict with the Host office department, which has ruled that a year's credit is all that we shall give. Kespectfullv, iilLL & SON, Publishers. wiau to see tnat we were in error about the position of the Hustler re specting Carniack supporters. Its irony was so obscure that it escaped our befogged intellects. Please label it next time. As for county printing we have never asked Mr. Roberson for any patronage, preferring that county officers prove their friendliness towards us by giving us a share of their pat ronage. We envy the Hustler in noth ing. Peculiar to Itself In election, proportion and combination Of ingredients, In the process by which their remedial values are extracted and preserved. In effectiveness, usefulness and economy, Curing the widest ranpo of diseases, Dolni? the most good for the money, Having the most medicinal merit, And the greatest record of cures, Hood's Sarsaparilla In usual liquid form or In chocolated tablets known as Sarsatabs. 100 doses $1. A Few Words As To Tick Eradi cation in Marion County. Thomas Barwick Dead. Knoxville, Tenn, March 24th. 1908. With profound sorrow we report the death of Mr. Thomas Barwick, of Piedmont, Tenn., which occured Sat urday, March 21. Mr. Barwick for a number of years was a resident of Whitwell, and familiarly known as Uncle Toinmy Barwick. While resid ing at Whitwell. in which vicinity he was widely known and as widely re spected, he took an active part in or ganizing and building up the Mount Olive Sunday School and Church, was a consistent and active member there of, taking quite an interest and de light in both Sunday School and church work. His death was very sudden resulting from an attack of la grippe, followed by pneumonial fever, which was only of nine days duration. Funeral services were conducted at de ceased Piedmont residence, which was largely attended by relatives and friends, favorite hymns of the de'eeas' ed being selected and snng at the ser vice. His sickness while of short du ration was painful, but. patiently borne and with abiding faith in Christ, pass ed triumphantly to his heavenly re- j ward. Mr. Barwick was a dutiful husband and faithful, earnest chris tian. He leaves to mourn his loss a aged widow, who always proved a de voted, faithful wife and helpmate to him, a niece who from childhood made her home with Mr. and Mrs. Barwick, and other relatives. Our heartfelt condolence Is extended to the bereaved ones in this, their hour of keen and deep sorrow, and commit them to the care of our heavenly Fath er, who alone can strengthen, comfort and be a sufficient help in time of need. They do not sorrow as those without hope, tbeir loss being his . heavenly gain. He has only gone be fore and await their coming. "Since thou hast risen from the grave, The grave cannot detain me Christ died, Christ rose again to save, These words shall still sustain me, For where thou art, there I shall be. That I may ever live with thee," This is my joy in dying." A SORROWING FRIEND. Sayre, Ala., Special to the News. Everybody seems to be interested in fishing these days. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ed Milligan, a big girl. J. S. Jones doesn't rock the baby very much. It is so little 1 he is afraid he will drop it. Miss Nettie Alexander has been vis iting Mr. Wright's daughter in the country for the past week. If anybody sees Mittie Jones, of Whiteside, "Tenn., tell ner Maggie Davis said to answer her li'tter. Fred Davi said he would like to see Mis? Alice Parker Jake Houts and Herbert Milligan are working at Onu kery mines, about eiirlit miles from here. Oscar Manning has been visiting bin brother. Amos, at New Castle, for the past week. M. Milligan has bought a new range. He is snrcndiii!' it on these hard tiuie. Mrs. Jennie Manning ehjoys digging fish bait. A certain young man said he wished .be was a postal card so the girls would be all the time looking at him. Wonder what "Fat Bill" is doing these davs. Wake up. and write to the News. The mines at this place aro still idle and most all the nu n are off at work and several have moved away from here, thouuli it is reported that the mines will start work the 1st of April What iieoule are here are building and tilantimr gardens, prepariug for sum mer. Brown Eyes. Kodol is today the lvt known and imt reliable remedy for all disorders of the stomach, such as dyspepsia, heart burn, sour sti'inach and U-li hing of gas. Kodol contains the same jnic e found in a healthy stomach. Ko- did is pleasant to take. It is guaran teed to give relief and is sold lit re by J. W. Simpson, Javier, Tenn. There are many erroneous ideas pre valeut in reirarcl to the quarantine laws and regulations and many strange arguments and questions come to our mm. The obiect of this article is to correct some of them. , o?m nnestion is frequently asked: What is a man required to do who keeps his cattle fenced on his own premises. The answer is, that is his He is not reouired to' take hia cuttle anvwhere for inspection, grease them or anything else unless he so desires. It is the inspector's busi ness to an to his pasture, examine the .utile and if he finds fever ticks, quar antiue them. When a farm or field is rmarantined that forbids movement of rattle off or on said premises for at burnt, three ' months, all of which is verv Inconvenient And to avoid the danuer of havinu your premises quar ant.innd. von are earnestly advised to commence earlv and keep your cattle well creased and watch closely for ticks. If vou do not let a. sintde tick mature and dron off in your pasture before July 1st, it will be absolutely tick free, and you will have no furth fir t.ronhle. Another Question f reuuently asked : Is there any law to compel people to rattle if thev are not ticky? I think not. but there is a law that for bids cattle to run at large in Marion County this summer, and our regula tions which will no doubt seem some what drastic to many, were made for the special benefit of people who wish to use the free range, anu wnne mere may be no law to compel one to grease cattle that are not infected, there is a law to prevent crttle running at large without permission. This law will be strictly enforced and the only way to obtain such permission is to comply with the State and County regulations. It is not our desire to cause anyone unnecessary trouble and we wish to be as lenient as possible. However, past experience has taught us what privileges we can safely grant; but if Marion County or any community in it shows that they can be more relied upon than other communities with which we have heretofore dealt, we will be glad to extend any privilege consistent with the work in hand. Then there is the man who says there is nothing to the tick theory, ticks do not canse Texas Fever or murrain. I do not take issue with him because if he has given the matter an honest and thorough investigation and is still sceptical he is not open for conviction. My answer is to go ahead and fool the government. When the ticks are erad icated your county win uepiaoeu aoove the Federal Quarantine line and your cattle be worth from $7 to $10 more per head. That is certainly worth working for. Also there is the man who says the ticks have always been here and al ways will. Our answer to this is that anything that can be done on a small scale can be done on a large one. Many of you know of instances where people have eliminated ticks on their farms. If on a farm, why not in a county 1 Many people said the Government could not stamp out Yellow Fever in Cuba, but they did. There has not been a case of Yellow Fever in Havana in three years. Now, we don't claim to be any wis er than anyone else, but if we were to go to a lawyer, merchant, doctor, coal miner, fonndryman, railroad man, or any other business man .and tell him he didn't know how to run his busi ness, we could run it Detter, ne wouiu give us the laugh, and rightly so. This is an age of specialization, every man should know more about his busi ness than an outsider, and before you condemn us too strongly we ask you to consider that this is our life 8 work, that we have received the same special and expert training for it that a doc tor, lawyer, or any other professional man has, and it is only fair to suppose that we know more about our business than one interested in other business. In regard to the enforcement of the laws and regulations we wish to state that we have absolutely no mends or neighbors in Marion County. Every one looks just alike and we will bejis liberal as is consistent with the work, but we are going to make good and the people will be more to blame than we if we are compelled to cause anyone very much inconvenience. Also this voik will be carried on until "the re sult is accomplished, and if we have to spend too much time prosecuting vio lations in the courts, it will take that nini h longer. Remember also that when we insist that you be more thorough in disin reeling your cattle that it is for your own and your neighbor s benent, be cause if you raise ticks, your neigh bo will be inconvenienced the same as vou, and he . will not appreciate it. Asking you to pardon my jiersonal ref erenet'H anil Hoping you will give us vour hearty co-oiierHtion in onlei that the result may be more Hjieedily accom plished, I remain, Verv respectfully, R. E. NOYKS, Inspector B. A. I Forest Hill. i S fie, iii to the Newt. Kain 18 tne oruer or tne uay. Evervlmdy ia P with the exception of a few' cases of the measles and bad colds. Well. "Uncle Blue," you said I did n't say you had falsified. No, I didn't I don't do any such work as that. I would not tell the worst man in the world that There is too much man about me for that, but I want to ask you if you lost any work hero when we starteiiT jno, you awn t, nor any promise of work. Now, tell me if you had a hog to sell and I and some one else were to come to you to buy that hog, which of ns would get it? The one that would iay the most, I am sure. Then would you say, I aocoin- niodated you, I Bold you a hog when I wouldn't sell it to some body else. You didn't. He accommodated you. He paid you more for the hog than he could get for it, and the other man hadn't any right to say a word. That is the way with you. You didn't have any work here when we went to work. The T. C. I. Co. simply said for the men to timber up their places and bring out their tools. Now, show me where your work is. You didn't have any right to say a word. Well, "Jack," you have kicked up your heels. Us "sprout cutters" and "sang diggers as you can us, are getting three days a week now in the mines and we are making a living. I have dug about 8(1 tons of coal this month and have bought one keg of powder, and won't have to buy any more. Have enough to do me next month. I would like to hear from "Friend L," aa I like her advice. I am a boy and need it. hhort Stflp. . . . WHITESIDE. Special to 'he Ncius. Work at Etna seems to be getting better, as they are ruunmg four days instead of three. The Etna boys are wearing bright faces and playing base ball every idle day. Mrs. Lena Fiy and little daughter, Nell, of St. Elmo, visited Mrs. E. K, Keef and Mrs. G. M- Jones Saturday afternoon. They practiced songs for the Easter entertainment at Mrs. E. M. Roope'a Saturday night. Rev. 8. R. Hatfield preached his regular sermon at the M. E. Church Sunday. Mrs. Ed Turner gave the young peo rde a tacky party Tuesday night. There was a large crowd attendedall in their brightest and gayest colors. The prizes were carried away by Ben Coats and Miss Allie Perkins, they being the tackiest Ice cream and cake were served as refreshments and all enjoyed a pleasant evening. We have been having nice spring weather here, but it seems like winter now, and I think the fruit is killed. Little Herman Chester and Leland Loach have been ill with la grippe. Ben Coats called on Miss Mittie Jones Sunday evening. Miss Audrey Jones called at the post office Thursday. Doodle Bug. Eastland. Special t the News. A few items from this Plat may ue of interest to some of the readers of the News. Work has been very slack here for a month or so. We have only had six days so far this month. W ill get three days this week. All the mines in this part or the country have been running slack this winter, but are picking up a little at present There is some talk of the coke ovens starting np in the near future. The ovens have been sum down since last fall. If they start, it will give several hundred men employ ment at this camp. There is some talk of the Cliity ixwii and Coke Company changing hands soon. Also the company at Isoline, about fifteen miles from here is selling to an Ohio comnanv and will employ about one thousand men. Robert Atterton and son, John, left last week for Whitwell and Tracy City. Ve notice in the News a correstxinil- ent says they are running regularly at Tracy City, but very unsatisfactorily and under bad conditions. We note from information that is the cry all over this country. Bad conditions in the mines is a bad thing. Impure air, mud and water, and wooden track to push cars over are bad things. Henry Reeves has moved to Tracy City. Roe Smity and Henry Bohanan went to Orme Friday, hunting work. We think some of the boys down in Marion county are a little too hard on the tick law. We used to live down there and we think there are more ticks in Marion county than anywhere we know of. We have seen cows down there almost covered with ticks and the owners making no effort to keep them off their cattle. We think the milk from cows covered with ticks will create disease among those who use it from such cattle. I don't think I saw a dozen ticks up here last sum mer. We suggest that the people keep them off their cattle and there will soon be no use for such laws. My honest opinion is if the people will keep them off there will be no talk of such laws. J. G. & o o o o A Girlhood and Scott's Emulsion are linked together. The girl who takes Scott's Emul st on has plenty of rich, red blood; she is plump, active and energetic The reason is that at a period when a girl's digestion is weak, Scott's Emulsion provides her with powerful nourishment in easily digested form. It is a food that builds and keeps up a girl's strength. ALL DRUCCISTSi 50c. AND $1.00. O O o 5 ft Hicks Chapel. Special to the Newt. ' We have had cool weather for the last few days. G. W. White says that he doesn't think the fruit is hurt. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pickett, of Whitwell, are visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Pickett, on the ridge. Miss Lecter Vandergriff, of Fair mount, visited Misses Josie and Mar tha Ridge last week. There was a party at Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ridge Friday night. They report a nice time. Misses Millie and Esther Pickett and Mrs. Janie Williams went to Whitwell Saturday. - Caftee Saynes maue nis regular trip to this nlace Sunday. Lee Smith makes regular trips to Whitwell every week. Tom Defur failed to make his trip to the ridge Sunday. We are most sure he will be back again. Henry Pickett had built a new house on his place near his father's on the ridge. We are expecting him to move to his new home in a few days. Ye writer hopes there will be some pretty weather, for it is getting time .to begin to garden. G. w. White said tnat tne com weather didn't hurt his cabbage plants. Two Boys. New Hope. Special to the Neivs Mrs. Walter Housley is very low with consumption. Mat Ford, W. L. Peoples, R. S. Duncan, Charlie and John Hogaii at tended the convention Saturday. Born to Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Moore Thursday a fine boy. Mr. Frost was an unpleasant guest to everybody Friday night Mrs. Jerrv Hievins is ouite ill. Mrs. David Kennemoor and children and Mrs. Fenleigh Raley went to Orme Saturday where they will spend a few davs. the guest of Mrs. John Harvey. Berton Davis, who has been resiaing in Kentucky for the past few months, has returned to his home at this place. He is as good looking as ever. Rev. Joe Landers will preach at tnis place Sunday. Everybody is cordially invited. Samuel Kirby had the pleasure of taking a ride on his bicycle Sunday. Key. Thomas Smith will preach here Wednesday night, April 1. Everybody come. Mrs. Will Kirby visited Mrs. John nie Choat Monday. Samuel Hogan called at Mr. Kirby's Sunday. , George Beene and Charlie Hogan called at Mr. Bearden's Sunday. T. J. Choat visited John Ervin Sun; day afternoon. " A certain voting man said he bad a brass button to give asa prize to the girl that can show the largest mouth. Loving Henry. The News i only 5f"c pr year itsues, ao jou bad tttr take it of 5i Alice Roosevelt't Wedding. was something to ba recorded in the annals of history. Herbiue has leen acknowledged the greatest of liver reg nlators. A lxwitive cure for Bilious headache, Constipation, Chills and Fe ver and all liver complaints. J. C. Smith, Little Rock, Ark., writes "Herbine is the greatest liver medi cine known. Have uei it for years. It doe the work. Sold by Seipiilt cine supply More. Whitwell. Special to the Newt. , j, J. Dykes has oeen sunering wun rheumatism, but is getting better. Tom Smith, of Whiteside, was nere Friday. He is contemplating going into business here. N. B. Moore went to Chattanooga Thursday to attend the banquet given by the Bryan Club of that city. jonn jviiner, or viciona, who uric Friday. M. Burnett, of Hequacnee, spent r ri- day in the city. Jliss Mamie Layne is m xvasnvme taking a special course in millinery of ten days, after which she will return here with a big line oi millinery, tier opening will be at the store of D. T. Layne & Co. A. Rnrnett. who moved nore irom Copenhagen to work in the mines, has moved hack there, having seenreu ui former job. Deafness Cannot be Uurea bv local unnl ir.ii lion an they cannot reach the diseased Dortion of the ear. There is only one way to cure deafness, andthatis by constitutional remwuieo. Deafness is caused by an inflamed on, rtitinn ct !.h mucous lining or lUO r.is taebian Tube. When this woe gets ln- flamed inn haVA a rilmnliniT SOUnd Of i in nnrfrtrl haurlntr. and when it is en tir(,lvclnd deafness is tberesult, and unless the inflammation can be taken nil . nrl thin tiihu restored to it9 normal condition, bearing will be destroyea forever; nlhe cases out of ten are caus ed by catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous sur faces We will givo One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall a Catarrh Cure. , , P. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo, O. Sold bv Druggists, 75c. Hall'a Family J'ills are the beat ALL OUT OF $0 If you are in good health, probably you do not know what this means, but a woman suffering with the aches and pains caused by some menstrual trouble knows, and should . not be censured for being cross and ill-tempered. If you have a despondent friend, who is continually dragged down by some female trouble, you ought to tell her about . . .Bailey's Black Haw Compound. Mr. G. A. Booth, Flint, Texas, says: "My wife used one bottle of your Bailey's Black Haw Compound, and it has been worth it's weight in gold." Mrs. Tom Sanders, Rathburn, Tenn., says) "One bot tle of Bailey's Black Haw Compound did me more good than anything I have used." . WHY DON'T YOU TAKE IT? . HAW MEDICINE COMPANY Chattanooga, Tenn. BLACK Roope. Special to the News. Men and boys, bard times haven't commenced yet, but will if you don't all stick together. Be union people, if it kills you. The "union is the best thing there is for working people. If it wasn't for the union you would all have to work for 50c a day.. You know you wouldn t like to do that. JNow is the time to put your studying cap on by the first of August or middle of j September, for the time is coining when we want our rights. Don't you think sot I do, anyway, because if it wasn't for the working people, other people couldn't live. 1 am only a kid, but I know when 1 am right. I am a coal digger by trade and never did any thing but dig coal, aud I know what it takes to tret the black diamonds. Hello, "Hot Box," come attain. I enioyed reading your piece in the News in regard to the union, because you and I have the same ideas. Hello, ilPonto," of Tracy City, come again. Also Aitoona, inrnnng ham, Cardiff, Sayre, and Pittsburg. Bough Kider. Kelly Spring. Special to the News. .Miss jvioiue tJarson visitea miss Lnyne Sunday and had a nice time. Lawrence Hawk, of South Pittsburg, and Miss Rebecca Ruth were out rid ing Sunday. Miss Agnes Rogers, of Whitwell, vis ited her folks at Kelly Spring Sunday. Onince Hamilton and Millard Rog ers were at Kelly Spring Sunday even ing. I Miss Florence Ruth has the measles. I hope she will soon recover. Miss Alice Arledge went to Whitwell Tuesday. John Carson went to Jasper Monday. Miss Sinie Layne and Frank Hollo way, of Whitwell, were out driving Sunday. Jim Richardson called on Mell Ar ledge Sunday. Ed Layne hitched his horse at Mr. McCenie's Sunday. Albert Privett "and Miss Alice Ar ledge were out driving Sunday. Will Bates passed up the road Mon day. Miss Manda Routines has the con sumption. Hope she will recover. Miss Arledge visited Carrie Kilgore Sunday at Lnion Urove. Miss Katie Jones was at Kelly Spring Saturday. Green Leaves. ASK YOUR DEALER FOR A g& "" Jj A PIEDMONT JyJ1 ' (k k Made In one grade on'y ' ,-JFtF tJ'ji ft H "THE BEST." Vtn'"-Wl7. If W Built bv experti. Every lob fully f. jWjT1 ' ""'"' " I jtuaranteed. Has all the latest fj"J M PIEDMONT BUCCY CO., V m "We sell them wherever go; they go wherever we tell them." u k if m m mm mm- 1 II 'M M T--TrrnSi.T? i Mourn ii ii nr ! iiiiiMnimm i ni m VI IANT W DIP ANJi DISINFECTANT THRIFTY LIVE STOCK TU (II iavul qiMMKi wh tU lm ud Im ck tmn U how to induce the nnrtbetf. pork a Buiioa with lb aaailoi our oanrar w. peneM Hiim mmi tmn rr can Mddianfodaat powrtu t fprmivle nd ponwc ii die. Utd WMion.Hr dig ud j7 will kscp lla Iratock u hetktffiad thrift; coodiiioa. HrteocolUiuomonl t40o wSo diluted cod wc us poMively my it will cod yo aionil rondo aot CM Hr- a. U four dealer cannot wppl row Irerno. at bjc name ud wo wiuiau ccl 01 raw ih h Health Book ud hoc tempi. mm kn il will A m do. ith Hrartw.ind m hi. oamc and wc wiUlakcoara 818 Euclid AVe. the Hyceno Disinfectant Co. CLEVELAND OHIO. 1 IMll THIS-GLORIOl) for a few minutes of your time. No one who has a homo to live in can afford to miss this truly GOLDEN CPF3BTUK1T To secure FREE of charge a Clock, tho most Important thing In the home. And such a Clock, too! BEAUTIFUL, wlu AND GUARANTEED FOR TEN YEARS. READ EVERY YORD CF THIS GREAT To pet this beautiful CloeK FRTCK Is the simplest thins; in the world. All you have to do is write me a postal tai'd a :il p;iy yon want to get ii nru ni nnt UULUtN ULUiitrfiil PTw'ELY v.r -Ton ;i.rs. I will thpn spi d vou bv mail, pre paid, a carefully wrapped pnck-ift" of liari(lMn:rie portraits or Gi orfc-o AYiishlnjrton, and ai-'i y ii lo show them to your neighbors. Th:'so portraits are copies of tbj U'St K::iwn painting of tha n t Tr-riili-nt of the United Fi.i .-'!. n:-,l are different from ar.j iiMiiWomiT than any plc irv ' ." t'ie hind you ever "viiN i'l 1rnt the picture for tho inir.r-noTTi cr sit li i;r room, and, because the very name Ueonre Wash ington strengthens tho love of lior.-.e and country in old and young alike, everybody will want one of them and will bo K'ad to pay for It on thf liberal proposition I will authorize you to nnl;n. You only have to ij'.k -t J5 in this way to r.iuka thin riorious Clock yours forever, ( 0i nrrrn i vet. urrtn 'if0 EXTRA GIFTS Uw ''CsbV Go with tliln Im k .ClM TWO BEAUTIFUL EXTRA GIFTS Mr. John Riha, of Yining, la., Rays. I- have len wllintf DfWitt's Kidnpy and BlatiltT Pill fur atmnt a year anil tupy give letter aatisfai tiim than any j ill 1 ever mh. Thfr are dozen eoile here who have nxtd them and they jde rfvt nati?.fa-tiin in every case. ' ' Sold by J. V. Simpson, Jim lr, Tenn. Y3U TXE NO CHANCES V In addition to the Clock I nave two oirier ioveiy rrr-WnT wr.len I will gv you two more handsome ornaments which anyone who l.ivt n r'etsy hum wi 1 be delighted with. One of thene Rifts I w 11 end to you KRtK AND pru: PAIO as so.m as I receive the postal card with yonr name on it. T!;e olhcr iTO I will elve to you Just for being; prompt In following my tv;tHict!ir. I wifl tell you all about the second extra jrlft, J";n I nd th f.rst one, w hich 1 will do as soon as I hear irom you, j m-ni ui. writing 10 me, because, ir the C'.nk ' prove to be evi n better than I h . .1. . scribed It and if It does not delight you in every way, you ms.y erd r , ic or.rt I wi'l pay you han.lsomi ly In cash for your ' trouble. Also. If yeu r. t Hi or for an- other reason fail to collect all of the $S. I w'll pay you w :i f ,- vVit vou d" Fo you see. YOU CAN'T LOSK. so sit rleht down and write to i.u n i fp lov. s- '!. H. 0iRHK. Maaaarer, aakvlll. lean. I'lreia arnd in t-) nit of Grrora-e WanMaHoai bmI roaeplete ertt tmr rarafna; tbt) .l.,rl.ri "deal CliM-k. wllk crr...i. - a i ) at crat." Then put your namt and address. - e Retdtho Xw Sue pr je.r.