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riIBI.IHHKI AT Seqaaehee, Marlon County, Tenn. KVEKV THUKBDAT. BILL & SOS, Editors add Publishers SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. t3y Sows and advertising matter to se cure In rtion must be handed In before IS o'clock each Wednesday, or It may b too I ito for publication. THURSDAY, . . . . . March 3, 1810 ANNOUNCEMENTS. Announcements of candidate, to run from flmt insertion to date of election dajr, if nomin ated, will be chanted for aa follows : For State and judicial otiices, ft.UI ; county and district office, $2.60. Caah in advance. We are authorized to announce the name of I. W. CKABTEEE, of Win chester, as a candidate for the demo cratic nomlna-lon for attorney-general, subject to the action of the democratic party. ' We are authorized to announce the name of A. R. RANKIN as a candidate for County Judge of Marion County, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announoe the name of C. A. QUABLES as a candi date for reelection to the offlue of regis ter of Marion County, subject to the action of the Republican party, j We are authorized to announce the name of C. JOHNSON as a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Marion Coun ty, subject to the action of the Repub lican party. ' We are authorized to announce F. L. MATTHEWS, as a candidate for Sheriff 'of Marion County, subject to the aowon of the Republican party mar. . ..tkn.i.nil trt annnlinCA th.6 we are uiiu " name of JAMES M. KELLY as a can didate for Sheriff of Marlon County, subject to the action of the Republican party we are tuiuurucu - - RAULSTON as a candidate for Sheriff of Marion County, subject to the action of the Republican party. We are authorized to announce E. E. JOHNSON as a candidate for reflec tion to the office of County Court Clerk i . . snhinc.t to the action of the Republican party. We are authorized to announce W. M PATTON as a candidate for the office of' County Judge, subject to the action of the Republican party. . ' We are authorized to announoe R. J. I10GE as a candidate for the office of County Court Clerk, subject to the act- Ion of the democratic party. We are authorized to announce W. E, MOYERS as a candidate for County Court Clerk,' Subject to the action of the democratic party. We are , hereby authorized to an nounce the name of W. A. CANTRELL as a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Murlon County, subject to the action of the Republican party. We are authorized to announce BROWN ROGERS, as a candidate for Ro.,iaiAr anhtact to the action of the ' Republican party. ( Wo are authorized to announce the name of H. M. DEAKINS, of Jasper, as candidate for Trusteed Marion Coun ty, subject to the aotion of the demo cratic party. 777 ...A ... oor.Unno S. a. we are lumunma - CHAUDOIN as a candidate for County Court Clerk, subject to the action of the republican party. . We are authorized to announce A. W. FDRGUSONas a candidate for sheriff of Marion County, subject to the action of the republican party. We are authorized to announce OW EN DUNNAWAY, of South Pittsburg, as a candidate for Registrar, subject to the action of the democratic party. We are authorized to announce BA LEM LONG as a candidate for Trus tee, subject to the action of the repub lican party. Mr. n . n t v. r 1 a ufl f-.n AiinniinRe J. A DANIEL as a candidate for the office of Circuit Court Clerk of Marion county, subject to the action of the democratic party. We are authorized to announce J. F. DOSS as a candidate for Sheriff, sub ject to the action of the republican par ty. We are authorized to announce S. S. Tate as candidate for Circuit Clerk of Marion County, subject to the will of the voters at primary, March 19. The Dunlan Tribune should remem ber that when we got Darius Lee, of Pikeville, announced as candidate for Trustee of Marion County we had in mind the annexation of Sequatchie and Bledsoe counties to make a Greater Marion. Joking to the contrary, it was one of those mistakes which creep into the best of regulated newspapers Into the Tribune's columns occas ionally we note, judging from the new way in which they spell "pampmet in the same issue. Uncle Tom, the Sequachee Valley Nw corresDondent of Tracy City, comes to the front with a challenge to the Vauorhn Bros, for a fox chase. We will publish his letter next week. Pikeville Banner. The Nashville Tennessean advises to cheer up for the weather charts predict a hot, dryJuly and at least four warm days in August More encoursgoment to a shebang that is about out of coal. It ia a relief to think that fTnlley's Comet wiM not approach nearer the Mirth than 14.000.000 miles. That's close enough for all ordinary rnrrnses, The Socialist vote in the United States in 1887. so says the Gladwin, Mich., Record, was S000, which has increased to 450,000 in. 1907. By Oar Formula We produce in Hooa s aamaiM a medicine that has an unap proa c hod record of cures of Scrofula, eczema,, eruptions, catarrn, rheumatism, anemia, nervousness, that tired feeling, loss of appetite, etc. The combination and proportions oi the more than twenty different remedial agents contained in Hood's Sareapanlla are known only to ourselves, so there can be no substitute. This medicine makes healthy ana strong the "Little Soldiers" in your blood, those corpuscles that fight the disease germs constantly attacking you. Hon. R. A. Shifflett, In a report to Maj. W. W. Harts, engineer in charge of government improvements of the Tennessee river, estimates that in the counties of Marion, 8equatchie, Bledsoe, Hamilton, Rhea, Roane, Cumberland, Morgan, Anderson, Scott, and Campbell there is a coal area of 1,800 square miles containing an available supply of fifteen billion tons. The same area is also estimated to be capable of producing 853,000.000 tons of iron ore. Dunlap Tribune. Seems as though the educational board of Marion county can't agee as to where they will locate the high school. Looks like they are in the middle of a fuddle. -Dunlap Tribune. Will Hot Enter the Race To my Friends.: I take this method . of notifying you that I will not be in the race for County Judge. In making tha de cision I have endeavored to do the best I knew for myself and friends, taking everything into consideration. With the office of Trustee on my hands, and having accepted another position thai will require my time, I feel that it would not be doing myself and friends justice to enter the con test. I wish to heartily thank everyone that has solicited me to run and also to thank those who have given me their support in the past. I certainly appreciate the support that has been given me and will endeavor to return the many favors when the opportun ity presents itself. ' Thanking you again, I am, , Yours respectfully, F. A. KELLY, JASPER, TENN. Deafness Cannot be Cured by local application as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure deafness, andthat is by constitutional remedies, rtaafnnaa ia niLiinftd hv an inflamed con. dition of the mucous lining of the Eus tachian Tube, woen tmsiuoe gets in flamed you have a rumpling sound of immnifiiiit. hom'inir. and when it is en tirely closed deafness is theresult, and unless the Inflammation can De taiien .,. .nl .Vila tn ho miitnrnd to its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine oases out ui mi bid vuo ed by catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous sur faces . .. . We will give One Hundred Uoiiars catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY fc CO., Toledo, u. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills are the best. s. s. Tate Announces for Cir cuit Conrt Clerk. lr S S. Tate of Comfort, in the Battle Creek section, announces in the News this week for the office or Cir cuit Court Clerk of Marion Co., sub ject to the will of the voters as ex Dressed in the republican primary to be held Saturday, March 19. Mr. Tafn in a fiirizftn who has a clean re cord in every way and has never be fore asked for an office, fie nas tan.rhr. school for nuite a number of ----- years, and has not disdained to assume the working man a blouse, as ne nas worked at the furnace at South Pitts- hnrcr. He asks the neonle of Marion to rally to his support, as be proposes to make a good ana raitnim omuer. Mr. Tate proposes to do the actual work of the office himself and not de Momfitimes is done. r""" vf In other words, if he is elected to the offloe, he proposes to fill the office him self and not rely on some otner man. Non-Resident Notice. In County Court, Marion County, Jas. Martin et al., vs. Francis Martin, et al. It appearing from affidavit filed in this cause tnat Clarence auun m n non-resident of State of Tennessee it is that nnV.lirnr.inn ba made for U1UD1VII VMV pwK-.- four consecutive weeks' in Sequachee Valley News notifying tierenaam; niiNinMi Morfin tn anneitr and make defense to petition in said cause or same will be taKen wr ciphikwi " set for hearing ex parte as to him. iri.:. i?nv. oa 1011 P. H. THACH. E. E. JOHNSON, Attorney. County Court Clerk Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S iASTORIA. RECEIVER APPOINTED. Affairs of Dunlap Milling Com pany to Be Wound Up. The Punlap Milling Co., of Dunlap, Tenn., has been placed in the hands of a receiver, Lawrence Stewart having been appointed to wind up the affairs of the company. The mill will be sold and probably will be moved to some other point as the high freight rates on this branch of the N. C, & St. L. are not conducive to the interests of a milling concern at the excessively high prices of wheat and corn. The Dunlap Milling Company was under the active supervision of Cbas. H. Carpenter un til his death a month or so ago, and he, by sheer force of business pluck, held the concern together, but- now that he is gone the strain is too tense and the affairs of the company will be closed np. The mill is fully equipped in an excellent building and Dunlap loses a fine enterprise Whitwell. Special to the News. W. M. Cantrell, candidate fqr sher iff, attended the Republican conven tion at Jasper Saturday. J. J. Dykes was in Jasper Saturday, attending the republican convention. The six-months-old infant son of J. R. H Rapier died at Bridgeport Fri day and was buried here at the Walk-( er cemetery Saturday. j. L. Hudson reports a large and increasing trade at his Furniture and Hardware store in South Whitwell. Mrs. G. W. Jordan attended the funeral of Miss Birdie Houts at Sequa chee Friday. W. C. Hill, of the News, was here Friday. . R. F. Rogers, of East Lake, spent several days last week here, -visiting friends and relatives. He says he is doing well in Chattanooga, drumming for a commercial bouse. . " , Dave Layne attended the republican mass meetiDg at Jasper Saturday. Foster Powell attended the Republi can convention at Jasper Saturday. J. F. Meagher, superintendent of the coal mines herj, has reserved land near the tipple for a ball park and Whit well is going to show the Valley teams how to play ball this year. ' The new public school, nothing hindering, will be ready for occupancy in another two weeks. Austin Coppinger, of Sequachee, was on our streets Friday and spent a large portion of his time 'cracking ' jokes. Dn N. B. 1 Moore reports a lively business at his dental 1 parlor this month. He is Whitwell's pioneer den tist and a good one. Dr. Watson, who fills the pulpit of the C. P. Church here, is contempla ting issuing a church paper for ' this charge. , ' W. L. Barber has accepted the agen cy for the Taylor-Trotwood Magazine, and will call on you for your subscrip tion in a few days. Wanted. dnnA Hva n.(rAnfRnrrpRnondpntP in every community, ho matter how small. Paper furnished in return, and noerai commission and fxpnnen. THE NE AS, tf Sequatchie, Tenn. Don't forget the News Job Office can fill your orders promptly. The Queen of Fashion's Richest and Choicest Creations are most eleimnlly and perfectly reproduced on the Standard Kotary, The World' Bast Sewing Maohlne The only machine which makes abso lutely perfect lock and chain stitching on the same machine. Ladles When you are in need of a sewing machine, you no doubt intend to rive the matter intelligent consideration and should buy one which will last a lifetime, the Standard Rotary. , You Owe It To Yourself to learn how the 6tandard Rotary will do more and better work, in less time, and with more real comfort and pleasure than any other machine made. 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It seems by the communications of "your" (not mine) "Uncle Tom" that be wants the "whole hog" or nont: 'I do not believe there is a single girl) with no exceptions, in this county tha smokes cigarettes, and few who pla j cards, and they have been taught by older people. To think of a girl mak- ng a young mule of herself, to run and jump fences four feet high and wrestle with boys that are grown. Who would be the first to make a slighty remark about a "high jumper" or "Btepper", "a boy wrestler" and such other heathenish stunts' Accord ing to "Uncle Tom", our country is retrogressive going back to the "chop stick' times, knives and forks will be done away with and "chop sticks" will be used instead. Would it not be real nice to take a nice young girl of twenty years of age, unfasten her ool- lor and open up the front of her dress, and go to "pumping" snow down un der her clothes until she was most fro?. sen to death?' A social gathering was given at the home of Mr. and Mrs Wm. L. Brown Saturday night. Those present were Misses Pauline and Ira Lee Brown, and Mary Cates, Messrs. Franklin Parson, Alex Downam. Frano Meeks, and Herbert Brown. .All reported a pleasant time. Refreshments were served at a late hour. Miss Eva Parson was the guest of her sister, Mrs. Liszzie Holt, Sunday. Arthur Lockhart is very lame this week: The cause is a bunyan- on bis foot. There was a large attendance at the M E. Church, South, on Hobb s Hill Sunday morning. Rain and mud is the order of the day. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. L. Brown called on Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Lockhart Sun day afternoon. Rev. Stroud filled his regular ap pointment at 3 p. m., Sunday, Feb. 17. t He preached from Ephesians, 6th chap ter, giving a very pointed discourse on how a christian should live, "putting on the whole armor of God that ye may be able to stand against the wiles of the devil." . ,1, Rev. W. B. Cates, who has been at Monteagle, for a few months, will come to this place in the near future to make his home until Sept 1. Bro. Cates is a young preacher in the Uni ted Brethren church and has work this year at Summerfield and two other ap pointments near Tullahoma. He is at this writing in Tullahoma, filling his regular appointment. Mr. Tonkie Campbell, of Burrows' Cove, . was mingling with oldtime friends around Tracy City. Come a gain, Tonkie, we are always glad, to see your smiling face. There must be a "bogus deacon in our county under the guise of "Rev." who has letters showing that he is a minister of the North wing of the Christian church. At all places he has been he builds "air colleges" until he gets in debt, then he goes to other ter- rirorv and works the same Kraft. He is under an alias. Mr. Stam, our genial Jew, is selling out his stock of dry goods and is con templating - a big dry goods store at South Pittsburg. "Miss Sox" and "Brown Eyes, Kelly's Ferry. Stecial to the News. Visiting seems to be the order of tne day. Mrs. Easter Arledce visited Mrs. Marion Kilerore Sunday and also Miss Ethel Arledge. They reported a nice time. Wonder what has become of Tom and Carrie Kilgore, of Etna. Would like to rend a niece in the News from over thorn Wake nn. VOU Etna folks. I would hate to be so sleepy beaded i couldn't write a piece to the News one a week. Well. well, boys ! let ye writer see if you can be as smart as Frank Kil- irore. He went to Mississippi ana re- tnrnu.1 in Pentown the same Jay. Was 't that smart? John Killsors called on Mis Flor ence Ruth Sunday. They reported a nice time. Willie and George Bise spent Satur day night with their uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. John tutn. Mrs. Harriett Arledge and little nep hew. Fred Cannon, left last Saturday for Dunlap. Would like to know how they like their new home. T heard a arirl sav the other day that she sure would enjoy reading a piece from Dunlap. 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