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SOUTHERN STANDARD MCMINNVILLE. TENNESSEE.-
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SEPT- i9f 189L
Ask mj nernt for W. Dunging Moan.
If nnl for ui lu your place imU your
flenlnr to Bend for ciitnlouuu, secure the
nvviiry, and get them for you.
UTTAKE NO Kl UMTITUTE.U
WHY IS THE
IV. L. DOUGLAS
S3 SHOE CENf8?M EN
THE BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONET?
It In a seamless shoe, with no lacks or wax thread
to hurt the tret; made of the beat line calf, itvllHb
iind easy, and because toe make more shoes of thir
tirade thananv other manufacturer. It equals Land
ewd shoe costing from SAM to $5.00.
CP 00 tJcnuliip lland-aewpd, the finest calf
9Ja shoe ever offered for $5.1X1 1 equals Kreuch
Imported shoes which cost from ti.W to $12.00.
CA 00 llaud-Swrd Welt Hlioe, fine calf,
Pa stylish, comfortable and durable. The best
shoe ever ottered at this price 1 same grade M cu8.
torn-made shoes costing from tli.OU to :l.u).
CO 1)11 l'ollce bhoi'i Farmers, Hallroad Men
vwi and Letter Carriers all wear them; flue calf,
seamless, smooth Inside, heavy three coles, exten
sion eilKO, One pair will wear a year.
tJO 50 flue rnlf no better shoo ever offered at
SSrSmm this price t one trial will convince those
who want a shoe for comfort and service.
CO US and Si. 00 Workliiaiuan'ii shoes
atmmm are very strong and durable. Those who
have given them a triul will wear bo other make.
FtAVC' nnd ($1.75 school shoes are
OUJO worn by the boys everywhere; they sell
on their merits, as the Increasing sales show.
I oHIflC llnnd-HOwed shoe, best
mUU ICJ Uongoln, very stylish; equals Krcuch
imported shoes costing from $4.U0 to M.U).
l.ndiea li.50, hi. 01) aud 81.75 shoe for
Misses nre the best fine Dongola, Stylish aud durable.
('tuition. See that W. L. Douglas' name and
price are stamped on the bottom of each shoe.
W. L. DOUUHS. Brockton. Mass.
FOR SALE BY
rui. Ross & son,
k. THIS nrcnaration. with-
QtM" ' ou 2JU1T removes
vv- iTccKios, uver-Moles,
Pimples, BLick-lIoads, Sunburn
Alta ian. A lew applications will ren
tier the most stubbornly red ekin uoft.
nmoota ana ynitei. ioia cream is
not a paint or powder to cover defects.
but a remedy to cure. It ia euperior to
all other preparations, and is puaranteed
to pi ve satisfaction. A t drujrffitjta or mail
ed for 50 cents. Prepared by
Toledo. Ohio. G. C. I1ITTXER A CO,
PiivatB & Sexual Diseases
WE TREAT and CURE
THE BOOK OP LIFE.
DR. PARKER & CO.
340 North Cherry St Nashville, Tenn
FlflE SHOW GASES.
Ask for catalogue.
TERRY M'F'G CO.. NASHVILLE. TENW.
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K )t f: ft J "nu h i.uy Inn I) mirHii m i r-n t.i i;li.-r
I1 E I. r iJ 3 n iter liiMnirtlen, will work iinliihiiioui'lv.
V&, J' Vrflj.iw 10 mrii Tlirro 1 Iiiiumuihi hniiarH
1 ear in thr-ir.-wn lo- In vrr they live. I will Uu i'lirnioti
the itimtUm or tn)i lytnunt.itt liii h yiu t in furn Hint niiK.imt.
No nmtify fur inf uiilt-n miiTi-nfnl as 1hvi-, -Hi i y tn! iiif kljr
Ictrneil. I ilir. Init one orkcr from eiu li diHirii't -r "unrv. 1
htvf lr'nly unirht hik) rnvi!'d wilh niiil. im nr n f . r
numliT, who fti-a nmkinff ovrr )f:ilHt( a Tnircat li. It h IW
r.rnl SOlll. 1-nil nrtii-uliir l1 IC t'I0. Ailliift ut otice
AIl:, JBox 40t A ii u tint a. Itiuhte,
tftOOO. 00 ft Tfftr In bfinr mtrle hr John R.
toodwin,'lroy,N.Y.,at work for us. Kradar,
you tnny nut nuke es much, but we cao
tfth youquirkly how tocrn from $ & to
f 10 a Uy at the alart, and more as you ro
in. noin wifi, an afrei. jn any )art or
Inir all your time, or snare moment only to
the work. All U new. Great ay NI ItK fr
rery worker. We start you, furnish in a;
verythintr. KABII.T, Hl'EKIHI.V learnfil.
I 'A HI K'ULAHH KKK. Addreas at once,
-in eru-a , you can commence at home, alr-
Caveats, and Trade-Marks obtained, and all Pat
ent business conducted for Mooeratc Fees.
ous orricr is Opposite U. S. Patent orriec
and we can secure patent lu less time than those
remote irom asblnpton.
8end model, drawmir or nhoto.. with dpscrln-
tlon. We advise, if patentable or not, free of
cuurge. uur iee not, due tin patent la secured.
A Pamphlet. " How to Obtain Patent." with
names of actual clients in your tttato, county, or
umu, bum inn, Auuxess,
vOpp. Patent OrncE, Washington. D. C
I Cj'Ait. (or C.uloguc.
TERRY M'F'G CO., nashvillejenn.
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tviioi and m tin liitiiiuiiiu
Oure for Piles. Prii-cSl. j
t I )n iwristsor iniiil. Sum plcf
3 free. A i ldnss"A N AKl.slS.'
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The iNcwsjiaiiiT Auvcp
j cured Ht home witlj
JtlrulRrssent Kit IK.
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
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When I ri proved my little girl,
Her clear, cmy eyes were grieved
She owned her fault, for pnrdon plead,
And Bpoke some words I can't forget;
If you were little, jiu-t like ine,
Wouli yon ever be naughty, too?
If I were only till grown-up,
I cou'd be always good like you!"
Sue-meant it! Her sweet innocence,
Which sent, go sharp mid sure a dart,
Knows nothing of the wicked mood's
That sometimes sway her mother's heart.
Wrath, envy, folly, discontent,
The sclflth imptils; not withstood
These thins- accune me, yet my child
Delieves that I am always good.
On Sabbath day the man of God
Kcprovcsnie often, unawares;
Ashamed, I hear his earnest voice,
My own unworthy deeds declare,
And nobler lives rebuke my own;
But none had ever shaft so true
Ai she whose loving faith declared
"I could be always good like you!"
There is often ii greut deal of sel
fishness shown by people who imag-
ne themselves very unselfish peo
A woman will seriously affirm that
it is the height of selfishness, when
work is concerned, to think , of
her own health, or make any
arrangement for her own com
fort. Although a little care and
thought on her part for herself might
prevent serious results, involving
trouble to others, the idea never
seems to occur to her that it is selfish
of her not to take them.
Not unselfishness, but thoughtful-
ness for other people, should prompt
a woman to keep herself in good
physical and mental health. Duty
to her family demands that she
should take 'not only ordinary pre
cautions, but extra ones, too, when
required to prevent illness.
Matters pertaining to health which
she would never overlook in
her children, she should not
ignore in her own case or
feel them of lighter moment. She
should certainly take sufficient time
to eat her meals properly, and to eat
them at regular times. She should
save herself unnecessary work wher
ever possible. With a saving not
only of extra sewing, but of the time
to be spent in ironing, she could put
fewer ruffles, tucks and embroidery
on her children's clothes. Some
elaborate cooking might profitably
be omitted cooking which is often
labor thrown away and time actually
misused. Plainer and fewer dishes
satisfy hungry appetites, and are
much better for digestion.
It is not selfishness that should
cause a woman, whenever the house
is not on fire, to walk instead of to
run up stairs. If her child is crying,
let him cry; crying will relieve his
injured head and feelings. The
slight pause at the head of the stairs
to recover breath makes up for the
difference in time. If this advice is
old, can it be too often given ? It
is not selfishness for a woman to save
herself steps. To let some one else
fetch the forgotten scissors or paper
or do the unimportant errand, is
wisdom. It is pure obstinacy which
causes the peculiarly self-sacrificing
one to insist on performing each
It is clearly not selfishness which
should make a woman pay enough
attention to her own health . to take
rest or medicine when she needs
them, and not neglect herself until
she is so ill a doctor is a necessity.
She may pronounce it a nuisance to
take medicine, to rest, or to "fuss"
over herself, yet the slight ailment
unattended to is going to cause much
trouble to other people by-and-by.
Concern and planning for her own
ease may not be pleasant to an un
selfish nature. But unselfishness can
be shown more truly in these little
ways than in all the determined self
sacrifice which narrow natures love
An old physician, retired from
practice, having had placed in his
hands by an Fast India missionary
the formula of a simple vegetable
remedy for the speedy and perma
nent cure of Consumption, Bronchitis,
Catarrh, Asthma and all thr at and
Lung Affections, also a positive and
radical cure for Nervous Debility nnd
all Nervous Complaints, after having
tested its wonderful curative powers
in thousands of cases, has felt it his
duty to make it known to his suffer
ing fellows. Actuated by this motive
and a desire to relieve human suffer
ing, I will send free of charge, to all
who desire it, this recipe, in German,
French or Fnglish, with full direc
tions for preparing and using. "Sent
by mail by addressing with stamp
naming this paper, V. A. Noyks'
Sl'i) Powers' Block, Rochester, N. Y
If you have headache try Preston's
Plants That are Poisonous.
Garden and Forest.
Mr. John Robinson, in his inter
esting and valuable series, of papers
on the "Trees of Salem," now being
published in the Salem Gazette, sug
gests, in speaking of our two poison
ous species of Rhus, the only poison
ous plants of our northern flora, a
few simple rules which can be easily
remembered, and which will aid
persons in recognizing these plants,
and at the same time prevent a need
less fear of the many beautiful flow
ers aud berries of the meadows.
These are his rules:
Never put any portion of any plant
in the mouth unless it is certainly
known to be wholesome.
Have no hesitation in handling any
plant that has beautiful or attractive
flowers, berries or fruit of any kind,
for the two poisonous native plants
have inconspicuous greenish flowers,
mostly under the leaves, and later,
small bluish-white berries close to
the branched or hanging frcm them.
Beware of gorgeous red and yellow
autumnal leaves on shrubs and climb-
ing plants which are not known to
be harmless. Our two poisonous na
tive plants display the most brilliant
autumnal colors of any species in our
woods and by-ways.
The poisonous sumach resembles a
group of young ash trees.
The poisonous ivy resembles the
harmless woodbine. Its leaves, how
ever, have but three leaflets, while
those of the woodbine have five.
A Cure for Paralysis.
Frank Cornelius, of Purcell, Ind.
Ter., says : "I induced Mr. l'inson,
whose wife had paralysis in the face,
to buy a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain
Balm. To their great surprise before
the bottle had all been used she was
a great deal better. Her face had
been drawn to one side ; but the Pain
Balm relieved all pain aud soreness,
and the mouth assumed its natural
shape," It is also a certain cure for
rheumatism, lame back, sprains,
swellings and lameness. 50 cent bot
tles for sale by Ritchey & Bostick,
Druggists, McMinnville, Tenn.
The money of the world always
has been and always must be com
posed of something which represents
labor, which possesses value in itself.
No nation ever iasued a paper dol
lar except as a promise to pay in
some kind of hard cash. The. Gov
ernment never owned a pound of
any kind of metal which it did not
buy and pay for. A paper dollar is
good simply because it is a Govern
ment promise to pay in hard cash
the lace of the paper.
Dr. Fonner's Golden Relief is war
ranted to relieve toothache, head
ache, neuralgia, or any other pain in
2 to 8 minutes. Also bruises,
wounds, wire cuts, swellings, bites,
burns, summer complaints, colic,
(also in horses,) diarrhoea, disentery
and flux. If satisfaction not given
money returned, r or sale by
Tate A Co.
will asyone remain weak
they can be made strong t
Everyone should know thnt the entirs
human structure is constantly being torn
down and rebuilt, the same as in tho
vegetable world the trees shed their leaves
and again put forth new shoots. Now,
when the blood becomes too weak to carry
to the kidneys and liver this dead tissue
that should be removed, the whole system
becomes enervated and a distressed feeling
of weakness and unnatural fatigue follows.
One feels half dead, so to speak, and liter
ally is half dead, the old tissue clinging in
DO YOU FEEL
particles throughout the system, prevent
ing the forming of new tiwue and the
awakening of new life. At such times a
medicine that will enliven the blood, re
move its sluggishness, fill it with red cor
puscles, and strengthen it, is necessary.
There is only one such medicine and that
is Dr. John Bull's Sarsaparilla. Its action
on tho blood is like the effect of cream on
coffee, U makes it good. Do you want to feel
the exuberance of perfect health? Do yon
want to feel strong and full of life in every
part? Do you want to increase your self
control and be a perfect man or perfect
woman, free from the unnatural tenden
cies of wasting and debilitating diseases?
Then use Dr. Bull's Sarsaparilla. It will
make you feel new, and full of strength.
T. D. Burrows, Covington, Ky., writes:
"I would now be in my KCve had I not
used Dr. Hull's Sarsaparilla. I wan pale,
list loss, and so wak that I spent more than
half my time lying in bed. My memory
was baa. I could not concentrate my mind
on business or anything. Sly nights were
restless, and my dreams unnHturally" vivid.
1 lost llosli, and see mud to bo waiting away.
I grew despondent, and constantly fearful
that something evil wus going to happon.
The smallest out would run into a sore, and
my blood was thin and cold. 1 beard Bull's
Sarsaparilla wns a good strengthening rtied
lelne, uinl so gave it a trial, it has made
life seem different to me, and filled me wit h
activity, hope aud determination, whilemy
health is all 1 could desire."
Mrs. Lucy Bedel. I.nwreneeburg, Ind.,
writes: "I was weak and nervous, weighed
only eighty-six pounds, took tweuty-tbre
bottles of br..Huirs Hursapaf Ilia, anil grew
strong nnd fat. I now weigh 117 pounds."
Mr It you love your child, look after Its
welfare by oornslonally giving it Ir. Jolin
Hull's Worm Iestroyers. They never do
harm and will keep it well.
BrPi!iltb's Tonic Syrup cures ebllls and
fever after quinine has fulled. It in pleas
ant to take, and never fails to curt-. 'Voudo
yourself a wrong to use quiDlne or any
other tliiil medicine.
John D. Park v! Sons, liuUeau' Ayans,
IT."), 17; uud 170 Sycamore SI., Cincinnati, U
East Main Street, McMinnville, Tenn.
Wo will pay the highest market prices in cash fur all mer
chantable Country Produce.
WIBM AMD LIFE :
I I VI
R.M. REAMS, Agent, McMinnville.
DR. ACKER'S ENGLISH REMEDY!
for Coughs, Colds and Consumption is beyond question the greatest of alii
Modern Remedies ? It will stop a Cough in one night. It will check a Cold in
a day. It will prevent Croup, relieve Asthma and cure Consumption if taken I
in time, " You can't afford to be without it." A 25 cent bottle may save you I
$100 in Doctor's bills may save your life ! Ask your druggist for it, or write
to W. H. Hookeb & Co., 40 West Broadway, New York, for book. I
HAS LED All '
EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED SCID EVERYWHERE.
R-t 7 PJER PROOF CQLLM or CUFF
mwz, f LU LU i
NEEDS HO LAUHDERIKC. CAN BE WIPED CLEAN IN A MOMENT.
THE ONLY LINEN-LINED WATERPROOF
COLLAR IN THE MARKET.
SMOKE of Leaves.
Barks, Saturated Paper,
and Hastiles WILL
ELIMINATES and DESTROYS the
POISON. itu.sPFrMFm.nnp rji
urraoransoi ireaimcnt, nor anv clap-trap
one suffering from Asthma to TRY A
CJfSliND us your name on a nostal
ibugh of Dr. Taft's Asthmalene to show its power over the dis- P'-j f i lJl-m
case, stop the spasms and give agood night's rest, and prove to VOU 5 it ' li
(no matter how bad your case; that ASTHMALENE CAN CURE U "
ASTHMA and you need no longer neglect your business or sit in a chair all night
gasping for breath for fear of suffocation. Send us vour full name and post-otfice
address on s postal card. THE DR, TAFT BROS., MEDICINE CO., ROCHESTER, N. Y.
PrlTilei) cf Lectnrfg, Mnnonm, AppttrstW
muueiDiii uniTniity. lrr Pull
o.nccra 413 pupili (rom itu MintK. liiglicnt
vantage in Muiic, Art. Cnlixthenic, Ilnalth, Acueiial
Kllt.w I . ..i i r.-u.... i.u....
K. fi. V. PKK'K. I. I . IT.. ?f A H
C. II. C. SCALES.
WHY DO YOU GOUGE!?!
Do you know that a little cough ia a dangerous
thing ? Are you aware that it often fastens on the 1
lungs and far too often runs into Consumption and
ends in Death? People suffering from Asthma,
Bronchitis, Pneumonia and Consumption will all
tell you that y
"IT STARTED WITH A GOLD"!
-.j j a ij. ? i n ji . L
V?p3 uu juu tuiuru ij m-giucs in v,au you limes
,,M with so serious a matter ? Are you aware that I
REMEDIES FOR 20 YEARS
"While You Wait,"
WJBIWIW UJ ll.n
THAT CAN BE RELIED ON
ItJot to Oipll-S! .
jESTot to IJlsoolOff!
BEARS THIS MARK.
ASTHMA. ASTHMA is
is caused by a specific poison in
the Mood (often hereditary),
L't j JNo long list ot
or nonsense resorted to. We onlyatk any
FEW DOSES of Asthmalene. We make
card anil vf will mall
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