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lieved it. Puck.
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Prevented by Shampoos of CUTICURA SOAP
and light dressings of CUTICURA, purest of
emollient skin cures. This treatment at once
stops falling hair, removes crusts, scales, and
dandruff, soothes irritated, itching surfaces,
stimulates the hair follicles, supplies the roots
with energy and nourishment, and makes the
hair grow upon a sweet, wholesome, healthy
. scalp when all else fails.
MILLIONS USE CUTICURA SOAP
Assisted by Ctjticura Ointment, for preserving, purifying, and beautify
ing the skin, for cleansing the scalp of crusts, scales, andiandruff, and the
stopping of falling hair, for softening, whitening, and soothing red, rough,
and sore hands, for baby rashes, itchings, and chafings, and for all the pur
poses of the toilet, bath, and nursery. Millions of Women use Ctjticura.
Soap In the form of baths for annoying irritations, inflammations, and
excoriations, for too free or offensive perspiration, in the form of washe3 for
ulcerative weaknesses, and for many antiseptic purposes which readily sug
gest themselves to women and mothers. No amount of persuasion can
induce those who have once used these great skin purifiers and beautifiers
to use any others. CUTICURA Soap combines delicate emollient properties
derived from Ccticura, the great skin cure, with the purest of cleansing
ingredients, and the most refreshing of flower odours. No other medicated
soap is to be compared with it for preserving, purifying, and beautifying
the skin, scalp, hair, and hands. No other foreign or domestic toilet soap,
however expensive, is to be compared with it for all the purposes of the
toilet, bath, and nursery. Thus it combines, in One Soap at One Price,
the best skin and complexion soap, and the best toilet and baby soap in
Complete External and Internal Treatment for Every Humour,
. . r--va A single SET la orten eumcieni io cure me rnoei ronunnK, uisns
TH K I tiring; itching, burning:, and ecalv skin, scalp, and blood humours,
rashes, ltchlnss. and Irritations, with loss of hair, when all else fails. Sold throughout tho
world? British bepot: F. Newbery & Sons, 27 Charterhouse Sq., London, E. C. 1'otteb
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Loyaltr to Ilia Employer
That young man who consented to have
a portion of his blood let out to save his
employer, pet a remarkable example of
heroism. The incident shows what power
there is in good blood. There is only one
natural way to get good blood, and that is
from the 6tomach. If the stomach needs as
sistance, fry Hostetter's Stomach Bitters.
This wonderful, medicine cures dyspepsia,
indigestion, constipation, and makes rich
Shootlnc the Sautes.
English Lord I aw can twace my de
scent diwect from King Edward I, donchei
A meriean Belle Gee ! What a long time
you have been on the downward path. Chi
cago Daily News.
It must be heavenly to be a baby and be
prifleged to screw up your face and howl
whenever people you don't like speak to
you. Atchison. Globe.
Consisting of CUTICURA oap, to cieanse me eiin oi crusis ana
scales ana soften the unckenea cuticie; uutiuuka uiTMi-sT, to
instantly allay itching, inflammation, and irritation, and soothe
and heal; andCuncuKA Resolvent to cool andcleanse the blood.
taste good. Eat them like candy. They
remove any bad taste In the mouth, leav
ing the breath sweet and perfumed. It is
a pleasure to take them, and they are
liked especially by children,
sweeten the stomach by cleansing: the
mouth, throat and food channel. That
means, they stop undigested food from
souring in the stomach, prevent gas form
ing in the bowels, and kill disease germs
ol any Kind mat Dreeu ana ieea in ine en
are purely vegetable and contain no mer
curial or other mineral poison. They con
sist of the latest discoveries in medicine,
and form a combination of remedies un
equaled to make the blood pure and rich
and make clean skin and beautiful com
plexion. tone the stomach and bowels and stir up
the lazy liver. They do not merely soften,
the stools and cause their discharge, but
strengthen the bowels and put them into
lively, healthy condition, making their ac
never grip nor gripe. They act qu -stly, pos
itively and never cause any kind sf uncom
fortable feeling. Taken regularly they make
the liver act regularly and naturally as it
should. They keep the sewerage of the body
properly moving and keep the system clean.
Increase the flow of milk in nursing moth
ers. If the mother eats a tablet, it makes
her milk mildly purgative and has a mild
but certain effect on the baby. In this way
they are the only safe laxative for the
taken patiently, persistently, will cure any
form of constipation, no matter how old or
how often other remedies have failed. They
are absolutely guaranteed to cure any case,
or purchase money will be cheerfully re
funded. cost 10c. 25c, 50c a box. Samples sent frea
for the asking. We publish no testimonials
but sell Cascarets on their merit under ab
solute guarantee to cure. Buy and try a
box to-day, or write us for free samples
Address 6TIELr5a EK3IEDT CO., CHIC1C0 cr YOBK.
will be paid to any. reader of this paper who will re
port to us any attempt of substitution, or sale of
just as good" when uascarets are caiiea
convict. All correspondence confidential.
Charged With Child-Murder.
Elsie and Julia McFalls, two women
residing near Knoxville, are in jail
charged with having caused the death
of three children. Bessie, the 18-moths-old
child of Julia McFalls,
died August 15. Charley, aged 1 year,
died August 20, and Annie, aged 3,
died August 23.. The two last named
were the children of Elsie. All three
died in terrible agony, and no physi
cian was summoned in any of the
three cases. 'It is alleged that they
poisoned the children by dissolving
the heads of matches in water and
forcing the children to drink the
potion. No other reason can be as
signed than that they had to support
the children and wanted to get them
out of the way.
Judge J. M. Dickinson, chief coun
sel for the Illinois Central Railroad
Company, appeared 'before the Ten
nessee railroad commission last week
and argued his exceptions to the
biennial assessment of the properties
of his company in this State. The
commission overruled the exceptions
and ordered the assessment to stand.
This is the course that has been taken
in every case of the like nature that
has come before the commission, ex
cept that of the Ohio River & Charles
ton Railroad Company, whose prop
erty was damaged by the floods in
John Blgbam Finally Jailed.
John Bigham, who is wanted for
appropriating a cow and other arti
cles belonging to another, is in jail
at Huntingdon. In bringing Bingham
to jail the ..deputy had a desperate en
counter with him. Bigham had a
knife concealed, and by slick work cut
the cords that bound his hands and
feet. He rode four or five miles
quietly, and when, near Lavinia gave
the officer the slip. After a chase of
over a mile and a hard struggle he
Acts of General Assembly.
The acts of the last general assem
bly have come from the printer and
are now ready for distribution. It
makes a bulky volume of 1,327 pages,
and contains the general and private
bills, the house and senate resolutions,
a list of domestic and foreign corpora
tions chartered during the two years
prior to 1901, and the index. There
are five thousand volumes of this edi
tion, ordered by an act of former leg
islature, and the clamor for them will
now be satisfied by the distribution.
Lightning struck a barbed wire
fence near tne home of A. C. McLeary,
three miles west of Humboldt, during
an electrical storm last week, and tore
it into thousands of pieces, the size
of ordinary nails." It was witnessed
by several who lived nearby and the
woods was said to resemble on grand
blaze of fire, so bright was the flash.
The fence belonged to Mr. Houston
and two of his children went out
after the storm was over and picked
a strawberry box full of the pieces.
A Record Number of Army Recruits.
Twelve men were mustered into the
United States army at Chattanooga
last week. This makes the number
taken in at Chattanooga and sub-stations
throughout East Tennessee 214
for August, which is the largest num
ber ever enlisted in one month except
during the war, and is said to be
larger than at any other recruiting
station in the country.
Burned to Death.
A frightful accident occurred at
Ducktown last week at the furnace of
the Tennessee Copper Company. The
converter, which is used for refining
copper and which contained several
tons of molten copper, was accident
ally turned over. The molten metal
fell upon Allen Richards, a workman,
burning him to death. George Fort
ner and Sam Ray were also frightflly
A serious shooting affray took place
In the Fourth district of Lake county
last week by which Al Orr.a prominent
farmer, lies in a serious condition,
with three shots in his right lung
and several through his face. The
origin of the trouble was Orr's objec
tion to Geo. Easley visiting his daugh
ter. Sunday School Convention.
The first Haraeman County Sunday
School convention met at Bolivar last
week. Many interesting papers were
read and much Interest was manifest
ed in the convention.
Profesional cracksmen opened the
safe at the postoffice at McKenzie one
night last week. Only about $100 was
Waterproofing- the CapitoL '
The capitol building commission,
composed of Gov. McMillin, Treasurer
Folk and Comptroller King,' was in
consultation last week with an expert
from Chicago, relative to the proposed
preservation of the capitol from dis
integration by a waterproofing pro
cess. The commission, was given
f25,000 by the last legislature" to ex
pend on the restoration and improve
ment of the capitol building, only a
very small portion of which has been
used. No conclusion was reached at
A Popular Magiatrate Iead.
Squire Frank Nailor, one of Obion
county's most popular and highly re
spected magistrates, died last week
at his residence, near Union City. No
man in Obion county had more friends
than Frank Nailor. He leaves a wife
and seven children.
Turnpike raiders attempted to
wreck two bridges on the Dickerson
pike, near Nashille. with dynamite,
and burned two houses formerly used
as toll gates. The object is believed
to have been to prejudice the people
against the pikes.
Tennessee river at Hamburg was
higher last week than ever known at
this season of the year. At least 75 pec
cent of the county's corn crop was un
der water. What corn was not cov
ered was that which stood high on the
ridge land, and, It being dry land, was
burned up during the hot weather.
The river backed up the creeks and
sloughs for five 'miles in some places
and killed hoth corn and cotton. A
large number of people had their
whole crop of corn destroyed, and are
in debt for supples, stock and farming
tools with which they made the crop.
Their condition is critical. There are
a few who will make nearly enough
corn to feed themselves and their
stock off of the rich river bank land
too high for water to reach, but they
are very few. Those who have high
bank land cultivate It themselves, and
the poorest people,- who are renters,
cultivate the low land that was over
flowed. Old men, some of whom have
lived there about eighty years, say this
was the highest water ever seen after
the first of May.' Hardin county will
lose not less than 100,000 bushels of
corn through this overflow. The loss
of cotton will not be so great by half
as the principal crop on the river was
A rvy Hold-Cp.
One of the nerviest hold-ups in the
history of the profession was consum
mated in the Climax gambling house
at Nashville last week, when a gambler
secured temporary possession of a
purse containing $4270 in gold and
greenbacks. The banker had depos
ited the money in a book on the table
and was in the act of counting out the
greenbacks when Tom Johnson picked
up the book and remarked that he
needed it in his business. The banker
ordered him to put the money down
and started to carry out the injunction
when he had a revolver thrust in his
face. There were five men in the room
and Johnson covered all of them while
he backed out of the door, upon reach
ing which he started down stairs in a
dead run and made an effort to escape.
There was an exciting chase, partici
pated in by several negro porters
about the place and Johnson was fin
ally overhauled by a policeman. The
money was recovered and Johnson was
committed to jail. He gave as an ex
cuse for his escapade that the house
owed him money and that was the
only chance he had to break even.
Judge Bond After Law-Breakers.
Judge Bond, now holding Criminal
court at Jackson, delivered a sweeping
charge to the grand jury regarding
the violators of the Sunday liquor law,
carrying concealed weapons, gambling
and houses of ill-repute. Regarding
the latter, in the case of Belle vard,
under a fine and jail sentence, whose
counsel announced her absence from
the city and her purpose to abandon
that business. Judge Bond said: "This
is all I want, and If she really means
to quit the business I will lighten the
fine and suspend the jail sentence,
which is to go into effect should she
return here and open her house. I
will, however, place a small fine on
these conditions. I want to say here
that I intend to break up this business
if I have the authority to keep them in
jail all the time, and I believe I have
Benton County Under Quarantine.
Live Stock Commissioner Dunn ha3
placed Benton county under quaran
tine because of a few cases of Texas
fever that he found in some portions
of that county. He says the State is
now in better condition in so far as
the department is concerned than he
has ever known. Two counties have
recently been placed above the na
tional quarantine line. Com
missioner Dunn says that instead of
the State being put below the national
quarantine line, as some thought, the
reverse was the truth, and he thinks
it will not be a great while before
every other county in the State Li
above the line.
The Tennessee railroad commission
has sustained the' exceptions filed by
the Ohio River & Charleston Railroad
Company to the regular biennial as
sessment of its property in the State.
The mileage was deducted from thirty
two to twenty-three and the value
from $4,000 to $3,000 per mile. This
reduction is due to the heavy damage
done by the recent floods in East Ten
nessee. Aged Lady Dead.
Mrs. Mary Florence, relict of the
late J. W. Florence, died near Jackson
a few days ago. The deceased
was 00 years of age and the mother
of a large family, the youngest of her
children being now far advanced in
Four Iiables at a Birth.
Mrs. Sallie Benson, wife of John
Benson, who lives about two and a
miles form Garland in Tipton county,
gave birth one day last week to four
living childern a boy and three girls.
The boy and one of the girls died
about twelve hours after birth. Two
of the infants weighed three pounds
each. The mother and the two re
maining children are doing well. The
mother is about 25 years old and the
father is nearly 60. Mrs. Benson is
the mother of twins and has also given
birth to one other child.
Fugitive Landed at Last.
Sheriff Deming of Chester county
captured Will Wood - in Henderson
county last week and landed him in
the Chester jail. Wood was wanted
for alleged larceny, but more especial
ly for jail breaking and the release of
a number of other prisoners. His
manner of escape was daring. One
day last winter, while the sheriff of
Chester county was aDsent from jail
at Henderson, Wood, it is said, set
fire to the building and burned his way
out, several other prisoners accom
panying him. Since that time he has
been at large. The fire was discovered
in time to save the building.
PE-BO-M AVERTS DANGER
In That Critical Time When a Girl
Becomes a Woman.
IMISS BESSIE kellog! ;
Miss Bessie Kellog, President of the
Young Woman's Club, of Valley City,
North Dakota, writes the following
from First street, South, Valley City,
"Ever since I matured I suffered with
severe monthly pains. The doctor did
not seem to understand what the
trouble was and the medicine he pre
scribed from time to time did not help
me. He finally suggested that I have
an operation. One of my friends who
bad been cured of a similar affliction
through the use of Peruna, advised me
to give it a trial first, and so I used It
for three weeks faithfully. My pains
diminished very soon and within two
months I had none at all.
" This Is six months ago, and dur
ing that time I have not had an ache
nor pain. I give highest praise to Pe
runa. Every woman ought to use it,
and I feel sure that It would bring per
fect health. "BESSIE KELLOQ.
The experience of Miss Bessie Kel
log, of North Dakota, ought to be read
by every girl in the land. It is a criti
cal period in a woman's life when she
ceases to be a girl and becomes a wom
an. Very few pass through this period
without some trouble. The doctor is
She Knew Amos Keeter.
She was a very talkative old aunty and
her memory was remarkable. Her nephew
from the city soon realized the strength of
both of these characteristics.
"Say, aunty," he put in when he found an
opening in the old lady's continuous chain
of reminiscences, "did you ever know the
Skeeter family that used to live around here
"Knew 'em all," cried the old lady, -ith;
out a moment's hesitation. "Yes, indeed."
"Did you know AmosT" continued the
"Amos Keeter!" cried the old lady again.
"Well, I should say I did. Many's the party
he's taken me to. Amos Keeter? Dear,
dear, how his name does call up the good
And then the wicked nephew had to go
out behind the woodshed to laugh. Cleve
land Plain Dealer.
There was a rug on the line that needed
attention, and she had been looking for
some able-bodied man.
"Are you a carpet beater?' she asked
of the hobo who applied for a little financial
"Xo, ma'am," he replied, honestly, as he
hastily backed away. "I'm a dead beater."
"I don't believe you do any beating at
all," she retorted.
"Just give me a chance," he said, "to beat
a woman out of a little coin, and see what
happens." Chicago Post.
"He has married a fortune, but he is too
generous to keep it long."
"Why, even his wife has only to ask him
for mouey and she gets it!" Detroit Free
Like an Employe.
When the night watchman found a
strange man stealing funds from the vault
of the bank his indignation knew no bounds.
"You've got your nerve!" exclaimed the
watchman. "Any body 'd think you was em
ployed here, actually!" Puck.
She "Well, then, if we must economize,
I might do the cooking myself." He "Oh,
no! It's cheaper to keep a servant girl in
the house than a doctor." Philadelphia
What concerns you
chiefly is what a medi
cine does, but intelli
gent men and women
of toay feel that they
should know what sort
of drugs they are tak
ing. This you are
plainly told on every
package of Yucatan
Chill Tonic It " is
neither a bitter nor a
sweet tonic. It is an
honest medicine and
made right. No shak
ing of the bottle re
quired. You get more
curative properties in
a dose of Yucatan than
in six doses of the so
called tasteless tonics.
All tasteless tonics are
unreliable as the" dose
is uncertain and conse
quently more or less
dangerous, arid sweet
Tonics or Medicines do
do not agree with the
Bee that the
called and he generally advises an op
eration. Perhaps he will subject the
patient to a long series of experiments
with nervines and tonics-. The reason
he does not often make a cure is be
cause he does not recognize the trou
ble. In a large majority of the cases ca
tarrh of the female organs is the
cause. Peruna relieves these cases
promptly because it cures the catarrh.
Peruna is not a palliative or a sedative
or a nervine or a stimulant. It is a
specific for catarrh and cures catarrh
wherever it may lurk in the system.
This girl was lucky enough to find
Peruna at last. As she says, the doc
tors did not seem to understand what
the trouble was and the medicine he
prescribed from time to time did not
help her. Peruna hit the mark at
once and she is now recommending
this wonderful remedy to all the other
girls in the United States.
Thousands of the girls who look at
her beautiful face and read her sin
cere testimonial, will be led to try
Peruna in their times of trouble and
critical periods. Peruna will not fail
them. Every one of them will be glad
and it is to be hoped that their en
thusiasm will lead them to do as this
girl did proclaim the fact to the
world so that others may read it and
Mrs. Christopher Fliehmann, Am
sterdam, N. Y., writes:
"I have been sick with catarrh of the
stomach and pelvic organs, for about
five years, and had manj" a doctor, but
none could help me. Some said I would
never get over it. One day when I
read your almanac I saw those who
had been cured by Peruna; then I
thought I would try it. I did, and
found relief with the first bottle I took,
and after two more bottles I was as
well and strong as I was before."
Mrs. Christopher Fliehmann.
If you do not derive prompt and sat
isfactory results from the use of Pe
runa, write at once to Dr. Hartman,
giving a full statement of your case
and he will be pleased to give you his
valuable advice gratis.
Address Dr. Hartman, President of
The Uartman Sanitarium, Columbus,
Subbubs I hear the small" farmers out
our way talking about their truck
patches. Wonder why they call them
Citiman Why not? They're sewed on,
you know. Philadelthia Press.
Piso's Cure is the beat medicine we ever
used for all affections of the throat and
lungs. Win. O. Endsley, Vanburen, Ind.,
Feb. 10, 1900.
A Reasonable Query.
Johnnie Wuz Samson strong becoz h
had such long hair?
Father Yes, my son.
"Is that why you're afraid uv maw?"
Ohio State Journal.
What we need in our schools is less ver
tital writing and more vertical thinking.
If you want to be cured of a cough use
Hale s Honey of Horehound and Tar.
Pike's Toothache Drops Cure in one minute.
An undertaker and a sexton are never ex
pected to ask about the health of a sick per
son; it looks greedy. Atchison Globe.
PUTNAM FADELESS DYES are as
easy to use as soap. Xo muss or failures.
This curious language of ours! A man
that is "down on his luck" is said to be "up
against it." Indianapolis News.
: Mitchell's Eye Salve j
Intense pain in the eye
is often excruciating
and calls for immedi
ate relief. Mitchell's Eye Salve
will do more, for the sufferer
than all the new-fangled reme
dies put together. Mitchell's is
an old, reliable salve. Price, 25c.
By naH, 25c; Hall & Rucket, New York City.
r " rPt' tmtm liastiasam-,, isasasgea. V
Trade-Marie as above ia on every package
Take no substitute.
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t 14 J EXNUb
V1. auriTiasi nr
for More Than a Quarter of a Centnrv
The reputation of W. I. Douglas $3.0O
and $3.50 shoes for style, comfort and
wear has excelled all otter makes sold aC
these prices. This exoellent reputation has
been won by merit alone. W. L. SourIss
shoes have to Rive better satisfaction than
other $3.00 and $3.50 shoes because his
reputation for the best f 3.O0 and 3.&0
shoes must be maintained. The standard
has always been placed so high that the
wearer receives more value for his menmf
in the W. I Douglas S3.00 and &J0
ahoes than he can set elsewhere.
W.L. Douglas sells more S3 .OO and 13 .50
hoes than any other two manufacturers. '
W. L. Douglas $4.00 Gilt ttg Lint
cannot Ae quallt4 mtjon price.
i m n rtm tr urnm i n -pi-it
W. Ooualnm S3.0Q mini
sAoss are mmdm oi thm mamo hlpti
tffmdm Imathmrm ummd in 03, W 0
oe mnd mr iumt mm tyoexf.
Sold by the best shoe dealers everywher.
Insist upon having; W. I. Xoag-laa shoes
with name and price stamped on bottom
How to Order by Mail. If W. U DoneUS
shoes are not sold ta your town, sand order olratt tm
factory. 8oe writ anywhere on receipt of prios sad
custom department will make too a
pair mat wui equal s ana ss ea.
mhd mmorn uioaa. in Kyie, lit arra
tar. xaK measurement oc
toot aa shown on model state
he dei red ; size and wldtB
usually worn; plain or'
p toe; neary, med
ium or light soles.
tul Clar ..Wa ana.
CaUiec n-ea. W. E Iota;laa, Brecktsa, Mass.
TO HOT SPRINGS
Three Daily Trains.
Two Dally Trains.
Pullman Sleepers and Free ReelllUc
Chair Cars all the way without Chang to
TEXAS nd the WEST- The very bB
of connections. Cheap home-seekers tickets
on sale first and third Tuesdays each month
Memphis Ticket Office, IS Monro St.
F. D. BLaCKKAM, T. P. A..
Fai5K M. GHirriTH, T. P. A..
GZO. H. IaKM, Gen. P. A T. A.,
Little Rock. Ark.
Dickson Normal College. "ffiT"
NW TERM OPENS SEPT. 10, 1901.
Handsome balldlnrs. Hifrh and bealthftil location.
Strong faculty. Se-ial advantages in ail departments.
Lowest rates. Positions for grad nates. Both sexes.
Send tor catalogue. WADE Jt lAXiGLNS, Principals.
AMXESIS stant re
lief and POSITIVE
IVT CITKKJ PILES.
For free sample address
"ASA K.E818," Trib
une building. Hew York.
Tbey par on all erops
rich land as well as poor
land. Write for Book
on Cse of Fertilisers '
free. lamit fertilizer
company In the world. VIROI VI A-CAROI.MfA.
CHEMICAL COUPAaY, Memphis, less.
USE CERTAIN CHILL CURE.
SOZODONT Tooth Powder 25c
LUHtS Wrttht ALL tLSt rA LS.
Best Cough Syrup. Tastes Good. Use
In time. Sold by druggists.
a1 rai! lyl t mS 8 LI i f. . ,
A. N. K. F
WIIEX WKITI TO ADVERTI8EM
X'lease state that won saw the Advertl'S
aaeas In this aas?er
Yucatan Chill Tonic
not only cures all Ma
larial Diseases Chills,
Fever, Ague but also
prevents them if taken
before the season for
these diseases begins.
.One bottle has cured in
many cases when six
to eight bottles of
-"tasteless" tonics have
been used without
effect. No other tonic or
medicine ever made will
so quickly and com
pletely drive out all of
the effects of malaria
after an attack as will
Yucatan Chill Tonic.
As a general tonic for
every member cf the
family at all seasons of
the year it has no
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