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SOUTHERN STANDARD A1CM11 NVILLE, TENNESSEE.SATURDAY,-NOV. i, 190.
WritU-ii for tin Standard.
DOLLARS AM) CESTS.
Come listen , my friends, and a utory I'll
Of "Modern Reformers," most
Asainst thin they cnn make nodefcnse,
Ah long an they clamor for dollars and
They traverse the earth on u lnnxnificd
They say thatsalvation is their only theme;
Hut oh! Kentle reader, the fraud is immense;
They're laboring to get at your dollars and
' 'centH. ' ' . ;
They labor by day and by night, far und
Andtry to induce you the devil to fear,'
To keep you from going to perdition, and
hence ' ,
They call upon you for your dollars and
cents. ' '. ''. " .
The death of some lady, gent or some child,
They give a description with jestures most
To scare the ungodly, and if lie repents.
They then make a drive for Ids dollarannd
1 ccntu.i . '
Some nay tn Baptism the sinner receives
Forgiveness of sins, if he only believes,
lint who ever tries it more often relents,
When they call around for his dollars and
Some say that t.io Lord opened a way.
And every one Van His commandment
And all lie 'demands us-complete recom
pense ' '
1 to freely hand over you dollars and cents.
Some say that faith can all exercise.
And by so doing you'll become very wise.
And so says the Devil when to live he pre
sents , :.
The religion supported by dollars ami
Some call you "Free Agents" and say that
Repent, and believe in this simple plan,
l!ut you can not be saved without some ex
pense, So deliver up freely your dollars and cents.
They say, "all the world they mo.-t surely
It money enough the people will give;
As soon as we get it the work we'll com
mence, We would see now forthcoming your dol
lars and cents."
They say, "that millions of heathens will
And go to perdition, unless we supply
The deticit. 'tis but a tritlling expense.
So pour out profusely your dollars and
'Orders" they say should
And for this great object
make a strong light,
And build up around a wall of defense
To force from the people their dollars and
They believe not the Iiible, nor walk by its
And bring up their children in Satan's
They 'Sabbath school' cull it, with such
A religion for youth through dollars and
Isaiah the prophet, of these prophesied,, .
And taught that for money these fellows
And so it is now with a zeal most intense
They prophesy lies for dollars and cents.
'lot when their deceivings are brought to
When all is swept away on which they de
When (lod shall reward them with complete
1 hey !1 sink to perdition with theirdollars
To you, dear reader, this advice I would
That you never take counsel with those
That religion of Jesus is without expense.
So turn from their calls with your dollars
lint should you ever see a poor fellow in
Of clothing, 'or food, you can do a good
lly supplying bis wants with tritlling ex
And lighten his burden with your dollars
K. W. Mitchki.i.
A Good Variety Se Time, Doubt and
There are very few people who do not
find some thlnrr lrreslstablv faicinatincr
dreadful i 4n lirmtln-fnl'nlaMTirt flfnrfl. Tt. la hlmnit
... , "v
as Impossible- to satisfy the expert house
keeper with kitchen furniture as a fash
ionable woman with gowns. The utlll
tarian ' who gravely investigates the
needs of tho case will find that there is
hardly any limit to the pots and pans
and other artlclos that can be put in use
in a kitchen of limited dimensions; at
the same timo ho will ho amazed at the
dolicious meals that can be served by
the samo cook from kitchen utonsils of
the most limited variety. A good vari
ety of kitchen furniture, howovor, saves
time and doubt. There should always
be an abundance of Bauce-pans, so that
some , may bo kept especially
for certain moats ' and vegetables.
It would be folly to cook a
delioate grain, in any kettle where
onions had boon boiled, no matter how
carefully it had beon washed and soour
ed. ots used for stews of beef con
taining onions, carrots and other rich
seasoning aro not suitable- for delicate
white fricassees of chicken! Fish should
always be boiled, baked, broilod or cook
ed in any fashion in some thing which
is used for no other purpose. Thero should
he a good soup kettle in every kitchen.
The soup-digesters which are importod
from England are the best Those made
of iron, lined with tin, will
last, a lifo-time with care;
and,' though an expensive item at
first, aro cheaper in the end than the
common tin saucepans which will wear
out in a few months. Tho "soup-diges-tor"
is Bteam-tigbt, except for a little
escape valvo in tho cover, which only
opens when the pressure of steam be
comes excessive or tho soup is boiling
too hard. By this means soup can be
kept at 1 a steady simmer without onco
moving the cover till it is done. A
good clock and a good pair of scales,
weighing up to ton pounds, should ho a
part of overy kitchen outfit For sauce
pans in daily use, granite-ware is proba
bly tho best material; though tho best
quality of block tin makes light, dura
ble kettles. For long, slow cooking
iron pots lined with tin are probably
the best. Vegetables, many of which
require rapid boiling, should bo cooked,
on tho contrary, in graniteware or block
tin. Iron spiders are valuable for
hashes, "spider cakes" and somo other
dishes; but the French frying-pan of pol
ished sheet-iron is more useful for pro
paring "saute" dishes, omelets, sauces
and for many other purposos. It is
often forgotten, but to the experienced
cook it is one of the most valuablo of
kitchen utensils. The list of necessary
dishes and other articlos could be made
to fill considorablo space, and this list
mijjht again be supplemented by useful
articlos which would cover columns of a
newspaper. After all is said, each por
son must decide for herself in this mat
ton It is foolish to have too many
Kitchen things, but It is even worse
folly to be niggard in this matter. N
Wt; arc all free American citizens,
enjoying our personal liberty ; but
most of 113 are in physical slavery,
suffering from scrofula, salt rheum or
some other form of impure blood.
Hoo'Vd San-ljmrilla is the great blood
punUcr which dis?olveti the bonds of
dibease, gives health and perfect
(Wt Sleep Sights
Is , the complaint of thousands suffer
ing from Asthma, Consumption,
Coughs, etc. Did you ever try Dr.
Acker's. English lleraedyv it is the
best preparation known for all Lung
Troubles. Sold on a positive guaran
tee at 25c. and 50c. by W. II. Flem
ing:' ' " " 2
Ul i - '
To fovevi who delight ' ln kissing,
Japan would not be a paradise. Kis
sing is unknown In that country, and
If attempted would be' looked ujKm
as too great familiarity between the
sexes, , ana summarily punisneu.
Not even does a mother kiss her
Take your buggy, carriage, wagons and
farm implements of all kinds to
and have them
REPAIRED & PAINTED.
BLACMTH1NG, WAGON. Mi CiRRIAGE
done Promptly and Cheaply.
". I P. GARTNER.
Spring Street, McMlnnville, Tenn.
The Peoples national BaM of ttcinfeillf
AUTHORIZED M FUJJDS.
' -i . i ' .tn .t '. " i:;
, DIRECTORS. .
J. F. MOItFORD, ' 8. COLVILLE,
V. BILKS, J. CM. ROSS.'"
W1C.WOMACK, J. A ROSS. ;; ,
. WM. BILES. , ,
The Force of Dynamite.
Shooting a candle through a two
inch solid plank without disturbing
it in the least Is being outdone by dy
namite, which is so qujck in its action
that a tender green leaf can be com
pressed into the hardest steel before
it has time to flatten. One of the ex
pertinents of the United 'States Tor
pedo Works was to place some leaves
between two heavy pieces of iron, set
Inem on a firm foundation and see
what gun-cotton would do in forcing
the iron pieces .together. The reae
tion was so great from just being ex
ploded in the open air that one of the
iron pieces was driven down upon the
other quick enough to catch an exact
and complete impression of the leaves
before they could escape. It Is also a
singular fact that the gun-cotton it
self should sink deep into the iron
when it explodes, showing tho points
of the letters stamped into the car
tridges. This novel method of en
graving by gunpowder is one of the
wonders of this century, '
' Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint.
rA i. il. it a
ii noi orm me small price oi to
cents to free yourself of every symp
tom of these distressing complaints.
If you think so call at our store and
jrt a bottle of Shiloh's Vitalizer.
Kvory bottle has a printed guarantee
on it. U. accordingly, and if it does
you no povi it will cost yon nothin
i' lit., ii' ir in
nom oy w . ii. i ieming. o
Twin Slater In Washington Whine Suitors
Get Them IUUly Mixed. ,
Almost any day a certain two young
lilies can bo scon oitbor shopping or
walking. They have often attracted
the attention of gentlemen on account
of their strong resemblance Tho younjr
ladies aro pretty, and have a good many
admirers. Two young men in particular
call on tnom regularly throe times a
woek and pour their devotion into tho
ears of the twins.
Sometimes ono calls without tho oth
er and frequently they would make awk
ward mistakes in getting hold of tho
wrong girl. In ordor to provont theso
mistakes tho othor evening ono of the
young men gave his girl a pair of ear
rings of a certain roako that could not
bo easily duplicated. The other young
man, not to be outdone, presented his
girl with a handsome breastpin. The
next evening they called at the houso,
foellng perfectly secure, and ono went
ipto tho front parlor to wait for the ob
ject of his dovotion, while tho other
remained in the hall. In the mean
time tho twins had exchanged the
gifts thoy had recolved a short time be
fore. '" "
The young men did not notice the dif
ference, and, consequently, each young
man had the other's young lady. Dur
ing tho evening ono of tho young men
"popped? the momentous question and
was accopted on behalf of her sistor,
When her sistor heard of this sho said
she would not have the proposer. Here
the story rosts. What will happen at
the next meeting of the quartet will
have to be guessed. It is safe to say,
however, that some profuse explain
ing will have to be done, Washington
Critic. : .,-'v.
rillow Stuffed With l'aper.
Pillows of a large variety of shapes
and sizes aro invaluable in a house for
use, cither in a sick-room er for ordinary
homo purposes. Ticks can be made of
choap cotton cloth in numbers sufficient
to supply tho entire house for a trifling
sum. Those can bo stuffed with soft
ourled paper. This papor can bo gotten
from any book bindery for the merest
trifle, or yet it can bo saved by cutting
tho strips of unprinted paper from tho
edges of old newspapers and utilizing
all scraps of plain whito paper, which is
soft enough to curl readily under a knifo.
Christian at Work.
It requires annually 55,000 tons of
binder twine to bind the grain crop of
A few applications of Salvation Oil
will instantly relieve stiffness in the
neck or joints. -5 cents.
Is Life Worth Living.
Not if you go through the werld a
dyspeptic. Dr. Acker's Dyspepsia
-ablets are a positive cure lor tne
Torst forms of Dyspepsja.Indigestion.
Flatulency anu Constipation. Guar
anteed and sold, by W. II. Fleming. 2
It is predicted in Minneapolis that
the price of wheat will advance to
$1.40 a bushel in Chicago before the
crop year is ended.
Shiloh's Consumption Cure.
This is beyond question the most
successful Cough Medicine wo have
ever sold, a few doses Invariably cure
tho worst cases of Cough, Croup, and
Bronchitis, while it's wouuenul suc
cess in the cure of Consumption Is
without a parallel in the history of
medicine. Since its first discovery
it has been sold on a guarantee, a
test which no other medicine can
stand. If you have a Cough we ear
nestly ask you to try it. Price 10
cents, 00 cents, and $l,(H). if your
lungs are sore, Chest or Hack lame,
use Shiloh's Poms Plaster. Sold at-
W. II. Fleming. 4.
Many old soldiers, Who contracted
I chronic diarrhoea while in service,
nave since been permanently cured
of it by Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy. For sale by
Ititchey & Bos. tick.
A Duty to Yourself.
It is surprising that people will use
a common, ordinary pill when they
can secure a valuable English one for
the same money. Dr. Acker's ln
glish pills are a positive cure for sick-
headache and all liver troubles. '1 hey
are small, sweet, ensily taken, and do
not gripe. Sold ny W. II. ! leming 2
Thus far in 18W, there has been
constructed 3.782 miles of railway in
thirty-nine states, and on 212 differ
ent line. The states showing the
largest amount of mileage are Geor
gia, miles; Montana, ;nz nines
North Carolina, 22G, and Washington
We Can And Do
Guarantee Dr. Acker's Blood Elixir
for it has been fully demonstrated to
the people of this country that it is
superior to all other preparations for
blood diseases, it is a positive cure
for syphilitic poisoning, Ulcers, Erup
tions and Pimples. It purifies the
whole system and thoroughly build
up the constitution. Sold by W. II
President Woodruff, of the Mor
mon church has issued a manifesto,
calling on the members to refrain
from polygamous marriages.
Why suffer? Preston's "Iled-Ake
will cure you.
Use Ilroivu'a iron Uitti-rs.
Physicians recommend it.
All dealers keep it. $1.00 per bottle. Oeuuine
has trade-mark mid crossed red lines on wmptvr.
J. F. MORFOftD, . Resident,
j: C. BILKS, Vice Tresblent.
C. M. MORFOBD, Assistant Cashier.
Does a General Banking Business; Deposits Solicited
ALL FORMS OF POLICIES ISSUED CA!VoA5s.EfdcJo8.eoK
NEW 'YORK". LIFE INSURANCE CO.,1--
, You don't Lave to ' die to win'
They are EXCELLENT INVESTMENTS
t or statement oi Cost, etc., write, stating age to
J. "W. IRWI1T,
Special Agent for Georgia, Florida and I
Tennessee, Mc.lllSSYILLE, TENN. 327 Union St, NASHVILLE
3. -w. Tcicsonsr,
Manager lennessee JJep t .
is behind the
if he doesn't keep SAPOLIO in stock. No city store is
without it. The great grocers of the country handle no
other scouring soap because the best housekeepers will
not use cheap imitations which are liable to do damage
far greater than the little saving in cost. If your store
keeper does not keep SAPOLIO tell him to wake, up. If
he offers you something else when you askf or SAPOLIO
tell him' to be wise and deal in genuine goods.
it- pays to' have the best.'
I 1 f JI if,. J t-U 111 MMiJ t- I fe E .tv.l Mtik
m i m Hi m H H N
l a II II M K-J X.V3 iil fcJ .
, Tr-o most
Powerful. Penetratintr. Quickest an-1
Surest of all liiiiment.3 for the euro of Klimm:
t.iKm Hnr-ft Throat. Ii iinru-nrTn.I?rnisfs.Si)l'ainii.
Swellings, Frost Bites, "Weak Back, etc.
FOR HORSES, this liniment is unequalled because of its frcat ponctrat!c;
Strength. Highly recommended for Spavin, (Sprint, Windfalls, Epizoot;
Scratches, Swellings, (Sprains, Saddle and Harness Galls, Etc. Cc per Dotllo.
BRYANT & STRATTON Business College
BmokKeping,ShortBand,PenmansMp,&e.m Cf I C ffV
Writ far Cataloguo and full information.laXJXj QV IULIm) 1 I
ARTISTIC t JOB PRINTING.
T. 11. EASTWOOD,
D. B. CARSON.,
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Many a poor little sickly chihl lias
been saved from the grave by its
kind mother giving it Dr. Hull's
Worm Destroyers, which the little
one thought was candy.
EftSTWQOQ BROS &
lOUNDRY ICHINE 0RKS,
-Manufacturers of The Giant fae Hills,-
IROX COLUMNS, LINTELS, FENCING, GHATES FRONTS,
FURNACE GRATE BARS, STOVES, DOG IRONS,
HOLLOW WARE, VENTILATORS,
0 Brass Goods, Ploy? Hopairs, Etc.
im mimm of m mus bose or mu mm.
STEAM ENGINES and BOILEKS,
AND MILL SUPPLIES IN GENERAL.