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SOUTHERN STANDARD MCM INN VILLE. TENNESSEE,- ,,iuK UA , SEPT- so, 189I.
Auk my Urmia for W. I,, nonvlnx Short.
lenlr 10 hoikI for cala ovue, Hecuro liiti
uifcnry, and uet them for you. m"TO iu
UTTAKE NO KIJBSTITI'TK. 4J
WUY IQ TUC
nT I 111.
S3 SHOE cehK EN
THE BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONEY?
It is n ivnmlpu shoe, with no tncka or was thread
to hurt the feetj made of the bent flue calf, styllih
uul easy, onil beraunt we make vtore nhoea of thta
unulcjhun any ollter manufacturer. It euuali haucl
tewed hic cost lug from tu.uo U $.'..()0.
ER 00(;t'iiulii llaiul-MPwrd, the finest calf
shoo evtr offered for $S.ft)s equals Froueli
Imported shoes which cost from $3.00 to (12 00.
00 lliinil-Si-Med Welt Miob, fine calf,
4 stylish, comfortiible aud durable. The bent
shoe ever offered nt this price j same grade ae ous-tom-mnde
allocs cost In from to $9.U0.
OO 30 l'olice Shoot farmers, Hallroad Men
iOa und Letter Carriers all wear them; tlueculf.
seamless, smooth Inside, heavy three soles, exteu.
8tonedK. due pair will wear a year.
SO 30 fine rnlfi no better shoe ever offered at
- this price i one trial will convince those
who want a shoe for comfort and service.
C -3 nml S'-i.lM WorkiiiRiiiiin'n shoes
are very Htrom? and durable. Those who
Imye given them a trial will wear no other make.
RnVC Svi.OO nml 81.7.1 school shoes aro
r-yJ worn by the I toys everywhere; they sell
on their merits, as the InereaKliiK sales show.
BTH lo; '',! " Hiiiid.eweil shoe, best
taUU I(0 l.;o.i, very stylish; equals Freuuh
Imported shoes costing from 81.110 to ftii.il).
l.nilli'H' li.50, &-J.00 mid Sl.75 shoe for
Misses are the best II ntt Dongolu. stvllsh aud durable.
t milinii. Mee that W. L. Douulns' name aud
price uro stamped on the bottom of each shoe.
W. L. 1X)U0I.S. Ilrockton, Mass.
1'OR SA1.K 15 Y
J. C ftfl. " c:, 2 ON,
. 1-V UtDn,..'
: : .V. 7 ,ivpi,1Inla.
rimples. Bladc-HoMa. Sunburn
and Tan. A fev,-; , .p; .-ttions will ten
lor tho most ola!b.r: !v red pkin soft
smooth and wliiir. Y ol.x Cream is
not a paint oi po vuor n rover defects,
1 nit a remedy to n ', -v.. t is superior to
nil other prcpiiratioi.. mid H guaranteed
to pi vo satiefaction. A t.:-u;iiits or mail
ed for 60 cents. I'rcpared ly
Toledo. Ohio, . i.C. BITTXEB A CO.
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A, PLEASURE TRIP IN CALI
FORNIA. Athlonk, Cam., Sept. i), 1801.
Dr. J. JJ. Hitch by,
Dear Brother. On my return yes
terday I found your letter of date
Aug. 27lli, with several others. I
uni in a poor mood for writing, hav
ing, been away from home more than
a week, rushing from place to place,
sight seeing. Would he glad if I
could give you a full, complete dis
cription of what we, saw during our
visit to Pacific Grove, u celebrated
summer resort on the coast. We did
not have the pleasure of Alfred's
company, lie had gone in company
with Mr. Perry's family, who' went
through In carriage and buggy, camp
ing out. We fell in by accident, with
Mr. Wopton's family, Mr. Skaggs and
Dye, also Joe and his wife, all having
arranged to make a pleasure trip to
the coast. We went to the city, San
Francisco, spent four days, saw many,
of the curiosities and beauties of the
place, Golden Gate Park being one
of the most attractive. There is 1 100
acres in the park. I cannot begin to
tell you all its beauties. The nat
ural growth is pine and live oak.
Tho grounds are laid out in drives
and walks in every direction, border
ed with all kinds of flowers and
shrubbery, in the most artistic de
signs. Play grounds for children,
Sliced tracks for driving horses, with
every conceivable device for the com
fort mid pleasure of vi.-itors, and all
without charge, except refreshments
are charged for. There are some ani
mals kept in the park, buffalo, elk,
deer, seal, etc. While there I was
constantly wishing you, your wife
and Mary were with us. Among
other places of note we visited the
U. . Mint. We were, shown all
through every department. There is
19J millions of gold and silver coin
stored in its vaults, mostly gold.
This is the largest mint in the world,
and of sufficient capacity to coin all
the gold and silver of the world. Our
conductor was very kind and obliging
to us for one hour. Only one hour of
each day is allowed for visitors. From
9 to 10 o'clock. We will visit it again
when you come out. We also
visited the Clift House, where a
line view of the Golden Gate is had.
We also visited the great cyclorama
of Gettysburg battle. That was of
much interest, but would have been
more so, had the scene of Mission
ltidge, Shiloh or some other battle in
which I whs engaged been up. When
the Duttle of Lookout Mountain was
being exhibited the manager sent me
word, it 1 would visit him he would
pay my It. It. fare both ways and
give me a free ticket as long as I
wished to stay, but this is the first
time I have i-iti d the place. The
scene ol Gettysburg has been up for
some time and will be taken down
soon, and something else take its
place. Among other places, we vis
ited the office of the famous China
doctor, in company with my daugh
ter, Mrs. Wootoii, v ho ha been treat
ed by him for more than a year at a
cost of $10.( 0 per week, without in
termission, lie thinks she is about
well and says he will discharge her
soon. He has performed some won
derful cures, Mrs. Wooton's case be
ing one of them. It costs her consid
erable money, but 1 think her life
has been spared on account of his
treatment. The Doctor's office is con
tinually crowded during office hours.
He probably examines fifty persons a
day on an average, charges nothing
for examinations, but if he treats a
ease lie charges $10.00 per week so
long as the patient uses his medicine.
On Saturday we went aboard the
cars for Pacific Grove, the great
health resort of California. There are
many tilings of interest at that place.
Its surroundings are much like Alta
mont in some respects. The town is
located in a natural grove of lines,
only there are more of them to the
acre. The place is mr.eh larger than
Deersheba and buildings better. It
H new yet and will be likely one of
the most attractive places on the
coast. The place is owned ty the
Southern Pacific 11. It. Co. 'They
bought the land and built tho P.P. to
it. They piped water to the place, a
distance nt St nr ;() miles. This plat e
is near the oldest town in the state,
(Old Monterey,) once the capita! of
the State. I visited the old stati
Ii.hi-i', which is still standing. Near
by the city nf Monterey, tin its Fast
side, is one of the finest, if not the
finest, and largest hotels on this coast.
I did not nk how much ground it
covered, but it contains "l!d bed
I rnoins, beside other neeessarv rooms.
! The grounds ;,i mind it contain lttll :
! acres, as beautifully mid nicely laid j
, i) :t ;w ;t seem- for (lie nrt
. -i ... i i i-i of mail to do. Tho walks
Subscribe fo; tin: STANDARD. ;u.d dnesre bemitifa!, : s much su
Private asexual Diseases
WE TREAT and CURE
THE BOOK OF LIFE.
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340 North Cherry St Nashville, Tenn.
SAsk for catalogue.
TERRY M'F'G CO., Nashville, Ti-nn.
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y nb r Ic-tnii il'iit.ttiu work hitlufttrioiuly,
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you tiiH.v 1101 tiniki- ua imifli, but v. can
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America, you ran conifirnr-a at home, a;iv.
inc all your tluie.or tiiara momenta nnlvt
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voMKitc from Vii"!ilii-tu.
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tion. We :.(lvi.-ri, if iiatenlalilo or not, free of
charge Oar lee not duo till patent is secured.
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ramee of actual clients in your Stale, cuiuitr. or
towu, sent free. Address,
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TERRY f.VF'G CO., nashyillejenn.
, AS AKKSIS " pi vo-: intrtr.t
aivlief anil is tin iu!:iilililo
( nrr-I'nr I'llrs. l'i-c;i'l. i'.y
r W f f imiKirtstiMirinmi. serntH-s
n ' nR,jyi'recwililivss--A:r.i!S,'
a LC3 la t ilux 2110, New Vo:!i City.
ut the NcwH,aiHr AUvr
our Hiniioi lwU oveutp
f i- J hi r"r"'i wh
lJ Viil i-b '--. out pain. Hi-okofnai
f nn p-
1 ca. OiUct Iw; a V, .'lUiiiiiu
as it seeing possible to make them,
with flowers and ehrubery. The
grounds are beautiful. An immense
amount of money has been expend
ed to make this one of the monL de
lightful and popular places on this
coast. The Railroad company owns
it. So when you visit California
you may remember Delmonte Hotel
and parkas one of the greatest at
tractions of tho golden shore. After
spending Jthreo days at the grove,
seeing all the beauties of the great
sea coast health resort, we started for
home, leaving Mr. Perry and Mr.
Wooton and their laniilk's there,
Alfred with them. This is our first
pleasure trip for many years, and
While it was of much interest and
pleasure, wo feel considerably fa
tigued. Joe and wife and Mr. Skaggs
and wife came back with us. Al
fred has perhaps written you ere this
from Pacific Grove and given you a
full account of the place. They have
a good school and church house there.
No saloons, no dancing parties al
lowed. No drunken man is allowed
to remain on the grounds. We would
have remained a fevv days longer at
the Grove, but our protracted meet
ing will begin next Sunday and we
desire to attend. Are doing nothing
now on the farm. Will get our wood
when meeting i3 over. I promised
Arthur and Claude to go with them
to the Stockton fair. That is usually
one of the best fairs in the State.
About first of next month we will
begin putting in our summer fallow,
if all keep well. M. M. Uitcuky.
"Just as Good,"
Say some dealers who try to sell a
substitute preparation when a custo
mer calls for Hood's Sarsaparilla.
Do not allow any such false state
ments as this induce you to buy
what you do not want. Remember
that the only, reason for making it is
that a few cents more profit will be
made on the substitute. Insist upon
having the best medicine Hood's
Sarsaparilla. It is Peculiar to Itself.
How to Put Away Butter.
Mix well together one ounce each
of saltpeter and white sugar and two
ounces of best salt, all in fine pow
der; give one ounce of this mixture
to each pound of butter and thorough
ly work them together. The butter
thus prepared is then to be tightly
pressed into clean, glazed earthen
ware vessels so as to have no vacant
spaces.. Dutter thus put up acquires
its finest flavor three weeks later and
preserves it for a long time. An
other method is to take fresh butter
eighteen pounds, tine salt one pound,
saltpeter one and a quarter ounces
and honey or fine brown sugar two
ounces. Work and press as above.
Some till the vessels only to within
one-half or three-quarter inch of the
top and fill with coarse salt.
Cures in fifteen minutes ; Preston's
Yes. good measure, pressed down
and ruuninj; over.
Some of these little proprietors of arga
parillaa put up in half-pint bottle? are eu
vious of the increasing popularity of Dr.
John Bull's Sarsaparilla, put up as it is in
large quart bottles, and intimate that't.hein '
is more concentrated. Thjs is as false as
deceit can be. A teaspoonful of Bull's
Sarsaparilla contaia3 more concentrated
medicinal virtue than a tablespoonful of
any other sarsaparilla made. A bottle of
Dr. John Bull's Sarsaparilla contains six
times the curative virtue of a bottle of any
other blood purifier made. No exception
is made. Now an invalid wants his
money's worth. He wants good measure.
Therefore, unless misled through ignor
ance, when his system needs a blood puri
fier, when his system needs a tonic, when
his system is breaking down from blood
impurity or some wasting disease, lie will
demand of his druggist a bottle of Bull's
Sarsaparilla, and on no occasion be per
suaded to take anything tliut may be off
ered in its stead as being "just as good."
There is no other remedy so good as Bull's
Sarsaparilla for such diseases as scrofula,
syphilitic affections, salt-rheum, itch, ec
zema, pimples, soreo, rheumatism, lama
back, swollen joints, aching muscles, nerv
ous weakness, nervous debility, loss of
appetite, loss of llesh, loss of strength,
sleeplessness, premature old age, etc.
T.1J. Woodruflj Jellersonville.Ind., writes:
"1' or ten year I lmd lieun an Invalid. I be
came 11 c-hrouie medicine taker. There Is
not a blood romody or a tonie advertised
that I did not try. From none of them did
I derive uny tiermuiient ond. I became
discouraged. My systoivi was full of blood
impurities. Mynkin was covered iu plucus
with brown jmtches and little sons. My
luus'-ka had lost, tlitir suvneth. 1 won very
wenk. My nppntitoanddiRi'M'.on were mis
erahln. I kept growing worse tmd worse
until 1 iH-gnii lo iis.i Dr. BuII'n SurMipuiillu.
I then b: -in to rally i".t. oui p, and grew
r,lron!'r and stronger. I have now used
f probably ;M boiilen, aud my improvement
n looks aud focli;ij; is cojn'i'iit 1 seem like
another person. 1 uni now well imd strong,
e.nd iti vi! the whole erodit of my recovery to
Dr. Lull's Surupai'illii."
.i."Yur eb'.li'.re:! will be more lienlUiy,
! a;,i y n:i.l ;ivtiy. if -'ri in-ei,iionally ulvo
I'iie.'n" IT. .'"i'.'.i l''il:'s Wor::i 1 V.-! roycrs.
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WHY D8 YOU GQ0G!!
Do you know that a little cough is a dangerous I
thing ? Are you aware that it often f aBtena on the .
i V : , lungs and far too often runs into Consumption and .
Vi' - V'- ' Tndj Wii' PeoPl0 8uffPring from Asthma, .
ill .j W vi Bronclutis, leumonia and Consumption will all .
tiX f teU you that r . g
Mv. ) IT QTARTCn VI ITll R nni n i
... j "v. v uv(,ivt in an you trnio1
jawjj " ov mavmi a uiu.ilcr i vto you aware that
if DR. ACKER'S EEHCLI&U PPrirrnvf
for Coughs, Colds and Consumption 13 beyond question the greatest of all"
I Modern Remedies ? It will Btop a Cough in one night. It will cLecka Cbld fa i
t a day. It will prevent CrouD. relieve Asthma anifm nni,am.ii .-rr , m
C. II. C. SCALES.
BEECH & SCALES;
East Main Street, McMinnville, Tenn.
We will pay the highest market prices in cash for all mer
chantable Country Produce.
- v vTfc
tea n M) m fea
HtADACHL AND ALL
FOR SALE BY All DRUGGISTS.
PREPARED BY RICHARDSON-TAYLOR MED.CO. ST.L0U15 MOL
if h: dos:rt 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 ask for SAPOLIO
tell him to be wise and deal in genuine goods.
8t pays to have ths best.
SMOKE of Leaves,
Barks, Saturated Paper,
and rastnes will
ELIMINATES and DESTROYS thi
POISON. It Is a SPECIFIC and
ASYHMA. asthma u
is caused by a specific poison in
jqajjlie blood (often liereditarj),
I ltf 1HI-.lt . I B.-vf mlfi Hit 3 III
I answers, required
or months of treatment, noranv clao-tran or nonsense resorted to. We onl V ask anv
one suffering from Asthma to TRY A FEW DOSES of Asihmalene. We make
rgmpfftp A Uriae Softfe to UfioAe uf fcr-
C5? bliND us your name on'a postal card and wc will mail iplHl
enough of Dr. Taft's Asthmnlenrt
Casea fitni) the Knntmc nnrl (T-V'A n rrnnA nlrrlil- rnr-t nA nrnun n tfAit
r I X " " huvu "K111 a '31, ailU pi UU IU JTUM M
(no matter how bad vour easel that ASTHMA I CUE CAM r.HSF "
AS1 n WIA ad 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-office
address on a postal card. THE DR, TAFT BROS., MEDICINE CO., ROCHESTER, N. Y.
vsntimesin Music, Art- CplUtho.il ., Melth, AiU- fKfiftVlT
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PrlTlleRfl of Lectnrcg, Mnooum, ApparatCi, In
Vsndetbllt DniTenity. 8 larw bull'iinira. 3i)
omcira 413 rupila Irom 20 etatrr.' liinhc;t 0
R.M. REAMS. Agent. McMinnville.