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Jackwm Lee, of Whit well. Sunday-
ed at hcaue. . . ,. i .; , , . DA.. Ragsdale, of Victoria, was here Tuesday. 4 , . ' , John Wilson, of London county, is visitimj,Ma brother, W.WJlson. Squire W S. W(b?ou was' n" Chat tanooga Monday atten ( Federal court. ' , . . . . Pete Daveniort. of Chattanooga, wan here Tuesday, soliciting fire , and life insurance. ' '" '"' Miss Juliette Hopkins went to Chat tanooga yesterday morning where she wiU spend several days. The cool atmosphere yesterday morn ing was decidedly unhealthy for hogs, several passing in their checks. Miss Grace Thomas left for Plkevillo Monday evening to visit the family of Rev. W. D. Dew over Thanksgiving. W. A. Chad wick, of Victoria, was here Monday. lie is finishing up a large delivery of enlarged pictures, for which he is agent v, '.. i Regular Thanksgiving service at the Church tonight and everybody is invi ted, to attend. You had. better turn out to properly conclude the day. Jaa. Lane, of Chattanooga, who has been doing the brick work on the Handle Works plant, finished up and returned to Chattanooga Thursday. R. J. Brown, of Chattanooga, was on the train Wednesday moraing.going to Dunlap to attend the funeral of Mrs. . Wm. Moore, his aunt, who died there Tuesday afternoon. , Mr. John S. Betts, of Chattanooga, and two ladies, and M alone J. Ever ett, chauffer, comprised an auto party that stopped at the Hotel Marion Fri day night for a short while,, and then left for Monteagle. They were going to Nashville.. Our friend, Erich Wegener, is now at Memphis.; bavipg.left Tracy to ac cept a position in the sewing machine department of a big department store there. Erich is a great ball enthusi ast and next season we expect to hear of him playing with the famous Chick asaw team, or bettor still on, the Mem' phis League team. . Sequachians who made the acquain tance of Lawson H. Myers when he played ball here on- several occasions some three years, ago, wilJJ&e pleat to know that the young man is now "candidate for Floater in the 11th Flo terial District.. He graduated from the University of Tennessee in 1907. and followed it up with a year's course in the Cumberland University Law, School, graduating, last .June, since which time he has been practicing law with, his father, Hon. .Joljn C. Myers. If he conducts, his canvass, in the en ergetic manner in wbicjbi . he ,, played ball, he will be a winner, and bis .Se quachee friends hope that he 'will knock a home run. r i. REBUILT Emulsion ... . . "-.. ... - is a wonderful food-medi- c-.ic lor ail asres 01 man- I': will make the ("clicte-jdckly baby strong i.vA well will eive the vliC, anemic girl rosy checks and rich, red blood. It will out flesh on the bor.es c! the tired,. over woilicJ. thin man, and i l.eep the agea man woman in condition to if t colds or pneumonia the winter. I d SV.U: L'Y ALL D110GGIST8 NEARLY 5' k ?' k v How Building at Sequatchie Handle Works is Pro u j";t!i;gre&ing. ?;v ' The work of rebuilding plant at Se quatchie Handle Work has j rogressed very t rapi'41j dffl'riugtSie k . -The sihgle:fee "shofl ,1afcs only win dows and i floor,.. Single trees are being flnLthed in It 'however j the'floor, being partially laid.. The dry1 bouse is com plete except floor i, and. iron t on two . . . I.. 1 ...... Slue)., ine power nwui is vuiiiiicw) exoept roof ami cement floor. , Six bents of main building have been rais ed and roof boarded and paper half laid on same, and this week the fix le- maining bents will be framed and roof nut on. weather, 'permitting. ' .The concrete floor is being left for a "bad weather" iob. Shafting was received Fridav, and wa immediately placed in places destined for it, and will be- lined up at once. , The engine is on its foundation, and the "fly wheel has been returned from bop at cnattanooga, and other repairs are being made. In fact, in view of. the advancn condition ofthework.it will take, only "three weeks more before the plant is coinple ted. provided weather is good this next week. But even if it is. not great deal of work can be done. All the buildings are beitg but np with nre.vvalls, that is the side walls covered with sheet iron except boiler house, which are of brick, extend above the roof, thus giving a chance to nrotect it in case of fire in an ad jacent building. The cornices are fac ed with sheet iron for further protect ion. Dunlap Sf cial to the News. Mrs. Moore, proprietress of the Moore bouse, died here j esteruay af ternoon, Tuesday, at 8 o'clock. S::e has been sick for some time, and has been to the hospital and to uieuical ad visors in Chattanooga, but all to no good for her own health. Her hus band has our deepest sympathy. The little girl of Mr. Dyer diud here Sunday and wjas buried at the city cemetery Monday. Mrs. Dytr is . in the hospital at Chattanooga, and two other children are very low here but are not considered dangerously ill. MrsV Dyer has not been potifled of her child's death as her health is very bad and she is not expected to live. , Work here is very good, but living is very high. In fact, living , wages are not being paid here. Coal diggers get 45c per ton; drivers, $1.45 per day; outside labor, $1.25 per day; carpen ters, $1.50 per day; coke pullers, 50c per oven. A coal digger getn from 8 to 5 cars per day and is not making a decent living. House rent here is out of reach. A three roomed box house rents from $4.00 to $5.00 per month, and decent bouses are from $7 to $10. A man cannot work here and buy all be needs am) pay house rent iroui a day's labor. I mean just what ns la boring people nse on our table. He can't have what he needs at the prices that are being paid. As it is now day light I must be off to work. Old Sox. I , . . .. ; IvIAGILL H ARDWA RE go: CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE.. -4 I . t offers to the people in the territory adjacent to Sequachee one of the most complete istocks in the South 'of..; : i Hardware, Cutlery, ill, Mine SOPPLIES.- mm and: Farm MEANS Hardware vGOOD, HONEST, SERVICEABLE Hardware Builder's Material, Guns and Ammunition An experience of Twenty-five Years constantly in this business in this city has placed this Company in the lead in the careful selection of all Hardware lines best adapted to the wants of the people of this Section. fagSBEBSBBSSi Hl'ilrMij rc . h t. . 4 LxiC ii.T our :!lB.. l O'.x':;C. Pei-'l St.. MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMEM TS Advertisements under tbis bead Flvo Cents per line per lngnrtlon. FOR SALE All my resident property in Whitwell is for sale: wonia pre fer to sell in bulk. S3.tf. JOHN T. RACLSTON. TABLETS Pen or pencil tablets always in stock at the News office. FOR SALE Chicken, dniry or fruit farm of 55 acres, south of V hitwell. Tenn. ' Has house and barn, and chick en bouse, and has six renting houses on place, good well, and everlasting Btream running through, place. Price 4.0()0: easy terms. Apply to CHAS. RIUBY, Whitwell. Tenn. FOR SALE Tw1t acres uniin Droved land near new college at Whit well. on top of Ridge adjoining Dr. McNabb's property. Price fW: eaT tenna. Apply to CHAS. RIOBY, Whitwell. Tenn. FOR SALE Six acre improved land, with two house and other build ings, on ridsr near new school house. Whitwell. Price tWO: easy terms. Apply to CHAS. RIGBY. Whitwell. Tenn. EN VE'.OPKS !' envelopes wlih yr nam"d ddrspriBieU tberwn. 30c; b m II. SV;. Ch with oruer. HILL A SON. Sttchee, Tenn Victoria. Special lt Hit A'ew. We have been having a few cases of sickness and Mrs. Esther Arledge is very low. Hope sue will speedily re cover. Miss Chi lie Arledge, of Wnitwell, is visiting her grandmother and other relatives this week. We hope she will have a good time. Estber Arledge and Mrs. J. w. Ar ledge called on Mrs. Carrie Kilgore Monday. Cbas. Short made bis regular call at John Ruth's Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Claud Williams of Sweetwater, called on her parents Sun day, Mr. and Mrs. John Layne. ' Miss Ethel Arledge would like for the entertainment to come off as soon as possible as there is some one she is expecting to see. Christmas is getting close, boys. Oet all the old cow bells ready and give tbem all a good shake. , fcttiei Arledge called at th postomce tbis morning with a migbty pleasant smile as if she was going to get a let ter. D. A- Ragsdale went to Whitwell Saturday shopping. Mr. ana Mrs. Henry Moore, or Whitwell, called on D. A. Ragsdale Saturday. Air. and Mrs. Samuel Roger, of Whitwell, called on Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kilgore Sunday. Would like to see a piece from Dun lap every week, as we til ways look for the Dunlap letter first. Hello, Crave Kilgore, have Mandy to gi-t a good dinner next Sunday, for me and the old lady and all the child ren are coming for you didn t have enough company last Sunday. You bad better go opossom hunting batur- day night. Wonder wbat bas become of Ed Grimes ns he hasn't been in the ridges for some time. Can t you Dunlap writers tell ns something about him ' Our school at Victoria will be out Friday week and I guess the children will all be proud as the weather is getting so bad. If you have noticed symptoms of kidney trouble, do not delay in taking the most reliable and dependable rem i edy puMible, snch aa DeWitfs Kidnev and Bladder Pills. Tbeee wonderful pills are being used with gTent satis faction by thousands of reople. Try DeWitfa Kidney and Bladder Pills today. Sold by Whitwell Drug Co. ' Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S C A S T O R ! A SOME POTATOES The Magnitude to Which They Raise the Tubers in Far Away Michigan. The Oladwin, Mich., Record, a perfectly truthful publication, has been publishing excerpts from papers , over the state relating the wonders of agriculture existant there, and below will be found a few of the extracts re lating to "Irishers." "The Petoskey Evening News tells of a 90 acre. farm four miles from Pell- ston that more than paysfor itself in a single crop of potatoes. The crop sold for 13,594.40. The expense was $2,424 24,: leaving J a net profit of $5,170.16, or more than was asked for the farm, .' ' The Clare Courier says thai Thomas Brown, a prosperous farmer of Ver non, has harvested a crop of potatoes of which one should feel proud. The crop consisted of 180 bushels and 1$ potatoes over runs a half bushel meas ure. Tbese potatoes are not bollow from over growth, but solid and plump with a smooth surface. A man on the Sage ' farm near Bay City claims to have all records beaten in digging potatoes, having dug 140 bushels in 10 hours. A selected bushel contained 29 potatoes. ' . The Tawas Herald tells of 11 pota toes left at the office by Napoleon Bon chard ' which filled an ordinary 25- pound flour sack, and weighed 18 pounds. The largest one weighed two pounds and seven ounces. They were of the very finest quality. The Mancelona News mentions a few specimens brought to their office, several collections of potatoes run from 1) to 2 lbs. in weight for each po tato, and not a good year for potatoes. Apples weighing one pound, 14 inches in circumference are ah average on a tree. Beets 13 lbs. each; And these are only a few of fine specimens to be seen in Antrim county." 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For sale by Whitwell Drag Co World's Temperance Sunday will be observed at Owen Church next Sunday night with a program consisting of songs and recitation, and addresses. Rev. J. W.W. Schuler, P. E., of Har riman, will address the people on "The Need of Law Enforcement." A very nice program has been gotten up, and a very interesting evening is promised. Recent Deaths. Mrs. William Gilliam died at her home at Battle Creek Saturday, Nov. 13 very suddenly. Interment was made in the family burying ground Sunday. , Mrs. Elizabeth Anderson died at Al ton Park, Chattanooga, Tuesday, Nov. 16, aged 77 years. She was born and raised in this county, J. M. Rig gle, her only surviving brother, living at tbe home place. Her husband died many years ago, and she was living with C C Anderson, ber only child. DeWitt'a Little Early Risers the safe, sure, gentle, any little liver pills. Be sure to get Dett ltt s Carbol ized Witch Hazel Salve, tbe original. Alwavs refuse substitutes and imita tions. Tbe original Dewitt a Carboliz ed Witch Hazel Salve is good for any thing a salve it need for, but it i es pecially good for piles, sow by Wmt well Drug Co. - - . CASTOR I A - For Infanta and Children. Tha Rind Yon Hate Aiwajs Bought Bears Slgnatur Regulate the Bowels "i have been troubled with constipation for several years, and have tried a great many kinds of pills, as well as medicine from the doctor. Nothing seemed to help me until I be gan taking Dr. Miles' Nerve and Liver Pills. I found the little pills very effective, and I am thankful that at last I have a reliable remedy." v MRS. F. M. DUNKIN, LeRoy, Ills. Dr. Mile.' Nerve and Liver Pills simply cause the bowels to move in a normal manner, and with out the griping effects of cathar tics and purgatives. That's why they are so universally used by women and children. The longer they are taken the less are needed. Natural conditions gradually being restored. Sold by druggists varywhar. If frit package dots net benefit, your drugglet will return your money. MILES MEDICAL CO,' Elkhart. Ind. Jeff Raulston Announces. Jeff Raulston announces in the News this week for the important office of high sheriff of Marion County, subject to the action of tbe republican party. This makes the fourth republican to enter the race for Bheriff, which prom ises to be an interesting contest, and not a democrat' has been heard from yet, although there are several report ed contemplating entering the race. Mr. ' Raulston, so we understand, is a well known farmer of Battle Creek, living near Ketchall. He is highly spoken ofas a good citizen. : We do not know him personally, but suppose at tbe proper time be will call at our sanctum and get acquainted. When yon bave a cold the first thing to do is have the bowels move. Do not take anything that may constipate and most old fashioned cough cures do constipate, Try. Kennedy's Laxative Ccngh Syrup. It drives the cold from tbe system by a free yet gentle action of the bowels; it stops the congh, it is pleasant to take. Children like it Sold by Whitwell Drug Co. Whitwell. Special to the News. Dr. J. L. Janaway was in Dunlap last week. Ed Trusley, of Atpontley, has secur ed a job here. Jackson Lee visited home folks at Sequachee Saturday night and Sunday. VALLEY ITEMS. Cleveland Ewton and Miss Martha Heard were married at Dunlap. A union Thanksgiving service will be held in the Methodist church at Dunlap today. The South Pittsburg Automobile Company has been organized with B. T. Barber as manager. Two now cars have been ordered by the company. Geo. Templeton, dealer in staple and fancy groceries, was bnrned out at South Pittsburg last week. Loss $1500; insurance $700 on goods. Lawson H. Myers, of Pikeville, has announced as candidate to represent tbe Eleventh Floterial District. The store of the Atpontley Coal Co. at Atpontly is being rebuilt. The works are in full blast. Prof. G. B. Daniel, director for the past two years of the Dixie Concert Band at South Pittsburg, was present ed with a 75-dollar cornet by the mem bers who number fifteen. , Yoikfl Girls Are Victims. of headache, as well as older women, but get quick relief and prompt cure from Dr. King's New Life Pills, the world's best remedy for sick and ner- itAH a kattilatliAo TriAtf tnolrA nn k blood, and strong nerves and traild nn your health. Try them. 25c at Whit well Drug Co. Head the News best on earth. til W. A. LOMAX, Optometrist, Whitwell, - Tenn. Eves examined. Glasses Fitted. See him. tificate is registered in Optometry Record Book Page i, Marion County. His cer- No. i.