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Seaaacbee Uallev new.
PITBUKHKI AT
tqua,chee, Marion County,
KVItKY THUKBDAY.
Tens.
HILL & SON. ElHTOKS AND PUBLISH!!
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. $1.00 A
IN ADVANCE.
YEAR
t-lTS and advertising matter tow
cure Insertion must he handed in before
13 i.Vl. k each W"in'ndftY,or it may b"
-., l i-o 1- r publication.
ANNOUNCEMENTS.
Announcement.' of candidate, to ran from
flint iuwrtiim to daUtof eloctum nay, it nomin
ated, will fcm rliaryxl for a follow.: For Hut
and judicial otticm, ft.u); county and ilintrict
otllrna, $iM. Canli in advance.
We are authorized to announce tbe
name of I. W. CKABTBEE, of Win
chester, at a candidate for the demo
cratic nomination for attorney-general,
subject to tbe action of tbe democratic
party.
ADVERTISING RATES.
We are authorized to announce T. U
STEWART, of Jasper, as a candidate
for Criminal Judge, subject to tbe ac
tion of tbe Democratic ptrtv.
I
hrM-i It" ' t" 'U '
i no ! .71)1 .!) 1.10, 8.:) litl
ro-h . 1 1 ')' 2 ! H.W ai.'K)
We are authorized to announce U
W. CHAMLBE, of Cbattenooira, as can
date for Circuit Judge, subject to tbe
action of tbe Democratic p.trtv.
All space above 0 laches, lue ir inch per In-
Kiiidrsi, 3c pr lino, brevier, per insertion.
We are authorized to announc lb
mniH of A. R RANKIN s a candidal'
for County Judire of Mar on Countv
subject to tbe action of tbe .Democratic
party.
I We are authorized to announce tbe
THURSDAY Dkckmhkis 23, I909;nne of C. A. QUARLES as a oandi-
. .1. V..-- - ' date for reelection to tbe olflue of regis
' ter of Marion County, subject to tht
If you want to get good service from action of the Republican party.
a telegraph operator at a depot, just. We are authorized to announce tbe
mwl Into it and make a racket when name of C. JOUNfSON as a candidate
, . i ,,, Th txtt tbe office of Sheriff of Marion Coun.
several trains are in or ovtng. tJ BllhJect t0 the BCtlon of the Rpub
more uuiw juu uimu, wvw
can think, se. Some time, perhaps,
aided by yonr racket, be will think
wrong, and then there will be a wreck
and lives lost. When yon go to a de
1 ot, be qniet and behave yourself.
Mean party.
We are uthoriz"d to announce V. L
MATTHEW 8, as a candidate for Sheriff
of Marion Countv, subj"Ctto the actioi
of Ibe Repulil.c in partv.
IIow do yoa expect to spent! Christ
mast In a ane and safe manner, or in
filling your intestines with tbe devil's
brnw. Yon have yonr choice, and you
will pay for yonr fan, but in our opin
ion tbe cost for the latter will far ex
ofted tbe former.
Read that article on the benefits ac
cruing to young people from a high
school educution, and then go and urge
We lire authorized lo announc ih
name of JAMES VI. KEL.IA' ax a can
didatefor SiirifT of Marlon Couniv
subject to the action of ti e Repuhlinai
party.
We are authorized to announce JEFI
RAUL8TON im a candidate for Sherif
of Marion Countv, suhj 'ot to tbe act o
of the Ri'Duliltcnn party.
Wm art- authorized to rtD"mnce h t
JOHNSON aa a candidal" fo r--1 -
tlon to th offl 'e of County Court CI H
f Marlon countv. mihlect to the actio
your nearest 'Sqnfre to vote for a High of tbe Republican party.
School in Marion county at the Janua
ry term.
Before prohibition came in whiskey
was gotten in gallon and two-gallon
jugs, now it is a qnart or iwo quarts,
The Mission
Of those corpuscles In
that have boon called uii '
Soldiers," is to "K"' ' , t'hat
against the disease 8"
constantly endanger oOieitn.
These corpuso i. - of
healthy and strong pj
Hood's sarsaparma.
This medicineis combing'"
more tnan m uim-irii. known
in proportions and by a PeATtv
onPy to ourselves and it has or thirty
years been constantly proving its v.ortn.
HQ 8UD8UIUM3 uu" I "
Whitwell.
Sfletinl lo the Xnos.
Local dentists are taking a rest un
til after Christmas when tney
get busy.
The K of P. Hall is neanng commo
tion.
J. L. Hudson has his new pool room
about completed. It is adjoining nis
furniture store and is a neat Dunning.
The stores occupied by S. L. iTyor
& Son, and H. E. Hudson & Vo , are
heinir connected. Pryor's will occupy
the first nortion for their soda fouatain
and Hndson & Co.. the rear witn weir
hardware department.
T.a rvmiim nt Cedar scrings, was
here Fridav.
TnU nn-a nf Senuachee. was here
Friday.
Whitwell merchants are doing i
whalinar aood business. Systematic ad
vertiing is bringing lots of trade to
this place.
We are authorized to announce V
M. PATTON aa a candidate fortbeofflc
of County Jndgp, subject to. the uctio'
of tbe Republican party.
Big difference, isn't itf
It is very popular now to meet the
evening train. It carries 'Noogy re
freshments, yon know, and it would
n't do to miss that
The
for operation about New Years. That
will be a good beginning for 1910.
Wouldn't it be nice to have about
300 students located in that Hotel
Building about next September?
Let us hope the Christmas drunk
will bo conspicuous by his absence.
Col. John T. Brown.
"SWEET WATER, Tenn., Deo. 21.
Col. Jobn T. Brown, one of Sweetwa
ter's oldest and most highly respected
citizens, died at his home here tonight
Handle Works will be in shape , , .. " : ' ,.,.. . ...
iuqi ' .. . . . it , .
community since me close oi tnut
great struggle. He was born in Meigs
county, April 9, 1821. He is survived
by two sons, W. A., of Pikeville, and
Jobn L.,of this city, and one daughter,
Mrs. J. A. Ross, of Pikeville. Funeral
services will be held from the South
ern Methodist church here, , Thursday
afternoon.
There Im more Catarrh in this section
.f tbe country than all other diseases
m toireth:r, in, i in. til tne js& ibw
.r(t was Mn.poM'd to be incurable.
ir , yroii many yi ars doctors pro
lunci d it it local disease, and prescrib
d local remedies, and t-y constantly
.ihnif to cure with local treatment,
ronouncd it incurable. Science has
roven catarrh to be a constitutional
i sense, and therefore requires consti
utionak iroatiuent. Hall's Catarrh
;ur-. manufactured by F. J. Cheney &
o.. Toledo, Ohio, is tbe only coustitu
ional cure on the market. It is taken
nt,i rnally in doses of from 10 drops to a
teaspoonful. It acts directly on the
nlood and mucous surfaces of tbe sys
t' lii. They offer one hundred dollars
for any case it fails to cure. Send for
circulars and testimonials.
F. ,1. CHENEY &CQ-, Toledo, 0.
: Sold bv all druirulHts, 75o.
Hall's Family 1'ills are the best.
The Pikeville Banner takes a vaca
tion this week.
Cal Coulter and Maggie Clark, were
married at Pikeville.
Victor Teeters and Miss Jane Bilber
ry were married at Pikeville.
A youth named Seals was accident
ally killed while hunting near Pike
ville.
Milton Tlumble and Miss Jennie Eri-
ser were married at South Pittsburg
Wednesday of last week, the ceremony
being held at the FirstBantist Church.
Chas. L. Roberts has announced a-
candidate for Trustee of Seqnatchie
County. Mr. Roberts is the huRtling
manager of Chas. L. Roberts & Co. ,
produce dealers, and is already a
'Squire.
Whitwell.
Special lo the News
Visiting seems to be the order of the
day.
Mrs. Lizzie Loach called on Mrs.
Myrtle Colston Sunday.
Mrs. Sallie Keef called on Mrs. Lou
Doss this afternoon.
Miss Maggie Colston was visiting
Miss Bertha Moore Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. John Colston gave a
box supper Thursday night and there
was a large crowd out and everybody
seeemd to enjoy themselves very well.
Miss Bettie Colston called on Mrs.
Ida Snyder Monday.
Miss Lydia Barker was in town
shopping Saturday.
Clint Colston was out riding his
mule Sunday.
Luke Barnes called on Miss Bettie
Colston Sunday.
George Levan is able to go to work
again. Hulda.
Get Wei
Tf rmi are sick, you wish to cet well, don't vou1
Of course you do. You wish to be rid of the pain and
misery, and be happy again.
If your uiness is causea oy iemale trouble, you
pan ouicklv get the right remedy to cet well. It's
Cardui. This great medicine, for women, has re
lieved or. cured thousands of ladies, suffering like
you from some iemaie trouble.
For women's Ills
Sirs. Fannie Ellis, of Foster, Ark., Buffered agony for seven
years. Bead her letter about Cardui. She writes : "I was sick for
seven years with female trouble. Every month I would very nearly
die with my head and back. I took 12 bottles of Cardui and was
cured. Cardui is a God-send to suffering women." Try
AT ALL DRUG STORES
The News, less than a postage
stamp a copy, $1 00 a year.
One Hollar gets the News one year
Parents, Pro set Your Son and Daughter.
By qualifying them for life's duties
at the Wilbur Smith Business College,
Lexington, Ky. It has the cheapest
and best course of Bookkeeping, Short
hand, Typewriting and Telegraphy,
and is endorsed by Governors, Bank
ers, Merchants, and thousands of grad
uates. For particulars, address Wil
bur R. Smith, Lexington, Ky.
The best pill is DeWitt's Little Ear
ly Risers the safe, easy, pleasant and
sure little liver pills. DeWitt's Car-
bolized Witch Hazel Salve is the ori
ginal. Good for cuts, burns or bruis
es, and especially for piles. Sold by
Whitwell Drug Co.
MINERS WANTED.
One hundred miners; steady work,'
scale wages.
MONTLAKE COAL CO.,
Montlake, Tenn,
BOYS1 GIRLS! COLUMBIA BICY
CLE FREE! Greatest offer out. ' Get
your friends to subscribe for our maga
zine and we will make you a present of
a $20 00 Columbia Bicycle tbe best
made. Ask for particulars, free outfit,
and circular telling "How to Start"
Address "The Bicycle Man," 29-31 East
22nd St., New York City, N. Y.
UJ
J
A. LOMAX,
Optometrist,
Whitwell, - Tenn.
w.
Eyes examined. Glasses Fitted. See him. His cer
tificate is registered in Optometry Record Book No. i,
Page i, Marion County,
Sequachee Water Works.
RESIDENTS of Sequatchie have all the privileges in connection with
with water service equal to any first-class city. The supply is tak
en from Cumberland Mountain from springs 350 feet in elevation.
Three miles of pipe are now laid.
anta
iScatt
Presents
over hill and dale, over town and country from his Headquarters, the Whitwell Drug Co., which has
the' Bi st and B st Li ol Holiday Goods ever carried in Whitwell a bewildering display of
i ! m !heclv-ane: toys 10 the useful or unique present which pleases those of older years.
For Children
Wagons
Cuns
Dolls
&c.
Fruits
Candies
Toys
&c.
For Mother:
Cut Glass
Silverware
Chinaware
Pictures
For Father:
Cups and Saucers
Shaving Mugs
Bibles, all kinds
&c.
For Brother
Guns
Watches
Knives
&c.
For Sister
Jewelry
Fine Stationery
Manicure Sets
Albums
&c.
For Friend
Books
Boxed Candies
Perfumes
&c.
Don't fiil ic) see our line, and above all don't imagine it vvill be necessary to leave Whitwell to do
your Chritm -s .shopping - fr Ave have stocked especially for the wants of the people.
TTH
WH
ITWELL
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WHITWELL, TEatflfcT-

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