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The real heroines of every dav
ever, it is a mistaken and useless heroism.
Women seem to listen to every call of duty except the supreme
one that tells them to guard their health. How much harder the daily
tasks become when some derangement of the female organs makes
every movement painful and keeps the nervous system unstrung?
T ? t 1. . 1 "l J 1 J 1 1 . J f 1 lfi 1
xrritaDincy kikcs ine piace oi nappmess ana amiaDiucy : ana weakness
and suffering takes the place of health and strength. As long as they
can drag themselves around, women continue to work and perform
their household duties. They have
is necessary because they are women. Vhat a mistake I
The use of T.ydia E. PinJcham's Vegetable Compound will banish
pain and restore happiness. Don't resort to strong stimulants or nar
cotics when this great strengthening, healing remedy for women ia
always witmn reacn.
FREE MEDICAL AJDVTCE TO WOMEX.
If tbere is anything" in your
special aavice, write ireely to lUrs. 1'mkbam. sao man will see
your letter. She can surely help you, for no person in America
lias such a wide experience in treating iemaie ills as she has had.
She has helped hundreds of thousands of women back to health.
Her address is Lynn, Mass., and
ioonsn it you ao not accept her Juna invitation.
For proof read the symptoms, suffering: and cure
. recited in the
"Dkab-Mbs. Pi-tkham: I wish
have derived from your advice and the
table Compound. My trouble was
x was in a very bad condition. I could
back ached, I was extremely nervous,
bearing-down pains were terrible. My husband spent hundreds of dollars
to get me well, and all the medicine that the doctors prescribed failed to do me
any good ; I resorted to an operation which the physician said was necessary
to restore me to health, but I suffered more after it than I did before ; I had
hemorrhages of the womb that nothing
" I noticed one of your advertisements and wrote you for advice, I re
ceived your reply and carefully followed all instructions. I immediately
began to get stronger, and in two weeks was about the house. I took eight
bottles ox JL-yuia xu. Finkuam s
following your advice, and to-day I
help are a Godsend to suffering women, and I cannot find words to thank
you for what you have done for me."
Ave., N.W., Washington, D. C.
"Deab Mrs. Ptnkham: I write
liam s vegre table Compound has
" I was suffering with fallincr of
but after taking five bottles of JLydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound I was completely cured. I am now a well woman and able to do all
"I think your medicine one of the
J. Al. Jee, 141 Iynda bt., .Newcastle, Pa.
" Dear Mrs. Pixkham : lydia
pouna has done a great deal for me.
womb and all the troubles connected
aoctors'ana other remedies but received
I began taking your medicine, and
fultn. V..-.4--.. r v. . - a : j -i - t i
as it gave me relief from my suffering,
one or two Dottles. l did so and am now able to be on my feet and work
hard all day, and go to bed and rest at night. Thanks to your Vegetable Com
pound I am certainly grateful for the relief it gave me. It is the mother's
great friend. I would not be without it
or out of sorts I takea few doses and feel
" I would recommend your medicine
iu muse suuenng as x was." airs. JcC
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"" .cowiiuuiiittia, w men win prove tne;r ansoiute genuineness.
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Little Liver Pills.
Must Bear Signature of
5ee Pac-SImile Wrapper Below.
Very mall ud auy
to tak as rnf&r.
FOR TORPID LIVER.
FOR SALLOW SKIN.
M cSnts I Purely TegetaMe-&v?5:
CURE SICK HEADACHE.
Is extensively used everywhere ia the
world wherever the muzzle loader
baa given way to the breech loader.
It is made in the largest and best
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This accounts for the uniformity of
. Tell your dealer U. M. C" when
be asks : What kind ? "
Tbe Union Metalllo Cartridge Co.
Agency. 313 Broadway,
5ew York City, N. IV-
UUKt. wHtrit ALL ELSE FAILS.
Cough ojrup. Tastes Good.
In time. Sola by dmenlotn.
are in our homes. Frequently, how
been led to believe that suffering
casfe about which you would like
her advice is free. You are very
to express to you the great benefit I
use of Iiydia E. Pinkham's Vege-
female weakness in its worst form and
not perform my household duties, my
and I could not eat or sleep, and the
could seem to stop.
V egetaDlo Uompouna and continued
am a well woman. Your remedies and
Mrs. Lottik V. Naylob, 1328 N,
to tell you what -Lydia E. Pink-
done for me.
the womb and could hardly drae about.
best remedies in the world. Mes.
E. Pinkham's "Vegetable Com-
1 suffered so much from falling of the
with it. I doctored for years with
onlv temporary relief.
had not taken it long before I was
-t.3 i - i " - i
as I could not expect to be cured by
in my house, for when I feel tired
to all tired mothers, and especially
h CHAMBERS, Uennet, JNfiO.
prodnco the original letters and signatures of
When Water Taates Good.
This is a Texas story. There was gath-
ered at one of the country towns the usual
crowd for the county court, which included
thp iuw the district attorns- sheriff,
cicik, a numDer oi lawyers, ana, on tms i
i- . S 7 ,i '
If-r-tJ1 "rVrrrixf I
on the first night, and when bedtime came each marriage he supposed the pre-
it was found that most of them had toLwUnn- wifo irac AaaA ITa coro if
sleep in the one large room called in the I
west the school section, because every-
thing in the school section lands in the
early days oeiongea to everjDoay. adoui
cayiignt ine next morning ine aifirict a i- i
tnruev rrawlerl out and round a Ditcher or I
ice water. As he poured it down his throat
knows how good water tastes." Washing-
ton Post. I
a Good story.
rreaeri-ca, ia., jmy wtn. iir. a. .
PV rt9.1 r.aa At Kinnnu
which aifected my urinary organs so that J I
nad to get up every hour of the night. 1
could not retain my urine and my feet and
limbs begin to bloat up. My weight wai
quicKiy running -down
"After 1 had tried many thines in vain.
I began to use Dodd's Kidney Pills, a med-
icine which had cured some other very bad
"This remedy has done wonders for me.
l have gained eight pounds in two months.
The bloat has all gone from my feet and
legs, and I don't have to get up at night.
I took in all about ten boxes beforeflwai
Those who suffer as did Mr. Grover can
make no mistake in taking Dodd's Kidney I
Pills, for thev are a sure, safe and Derma-
nent cure lor all ividney and urinary
V A VA X. L &m I
Mrs. Newrocks "Why. tho are gen
uine antiaues." J.Ir. Newrocks "Are tVMr
J. hey look to me like second-hand ti
xanse mty World.
Supreme Court Sustains the Foot
Buffalo. N. Y. Justice L&uehlin. in Su
prenie Court, has granted a permanent in
junction, with cost., against Iraul 11. Hudson
and others, of JS'ew ork City, restraining j
infringement on "Foot-Ease," now so large-
ly aaveru-ea ana soia over ine country,
is Allen S. Olmsted, of Le Roy, N. Y., and
the decision in this suit upholds his trade-1
mark and renders all parties liable who
farudulently attempt to profit by the ex-
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tcuairc x uui-ijoic on in uoiii. uuuuu
suits will be brought against others who are
now infringing on the Foot-Ease trade-mark
Some fellows marrr Door eirls to aettl
cown, apa otners marry rich ona to set-
tie up. Philadelphia Record. i
o.u,-a .uc v...BU
nr. -wrV off thp ooM. fixative Promo
Quinine Tablets. Price 25 cents I
"If vou rr fuce me. I shall commit sui-
cide." "Well, pa avs you can't hana-
around here." 2. Y. Sun. I
The Four Track News for Julv. best vet
-. , ; : ; ... I
rs. Ram's llorn.
. . . . - . . " - ww l
Bookfree. B.M.Wooiley, M.D., Atita,Ga I
Xever tru.t th." whTwin .
another j Ram's Horn. I
I rnVr et thia n I a f to a an i n farca finn
story showing how sick people may regain the present mine, and the coal being
their health if they will only be guided by of the domestic quality will yield
the experience of others. He says: i , i, , 1 J ,
'I had a very bad case of Kidnev Trouble, about a dollar a ton more than hat
Severe Storm at Trenton.
A severe storm of wind and rain
visited Trenton and its vicinity last
week. The glass front of the Bank
of Trenton was smashed, and the
windows were blown out of McKee's
drug store. The power house o
the Trenton Electric Company was
completely unhorsed, and the town
liver' stable and several other houses
were unroofed. Many of the shade
trees about the city were blown down
while the tops of others were twisted
from their bodies. Electric light
poles were blown down, and tele-
Ehone and electric light wires bro
en. Fields of corn were blown flat
upon the ground and the loose soi
badl' washed by the torrents of rain,
For Violating the Law.
Warrants were sworn out las
week for the arrest of Bob Cartmel
of Jackson, proprietor of Dunlap
Springs, a watering place, three and
a half miles southeast from Bolivar,
and one McClure, of Kentucky, for
the selling of whisky. Each bond is
for $250, one for selling whisky
without license and the other for
selling it within the four-mile law.
Cartmel 1 waived the magistrate s
trial, and was bound over to the Cir
cuit Court which meets in Septem
ber, under a $500 bond. McClure
skipped the country, and is still at
"Doings" in Knox County.
In a speech before the Knox Coun
ty Court last week, State Senator
Ledgerwood openly advocated that
two members of the board of equali
zation, Collier and Culliny, and one
ex-member, Jones, be prosecuted for
changing the assessments on certain
local property, on July 30, 1902,
thirty days after the time of their
regular adjournment. The trustee
was ordered to disregard any
changes made on the above date and
to collect, tax on the assessments as
they stood prior to that date. The
court also passed their annual bud
get, the first under the new law
which cuts the costs of criminal
prosecutions before justices of the
peace to $7,000, hardly half what
has been paid in the past two years.
Alert Tick Inspector.
Dr. Biggs, of Trenton, State live
stock inspector for West Tennessee,
was in 'Huntingdon last week and
appeared before the Quarterly Court
for the purpose of getting that body
to create the office of county live
stock inspector for Carroll county.
This move will likely meet with suc
cess.' It is stated that the quaran
tine line in West Tennessee will be
changed" from its present, location,
parallel with the main line of the
.Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis
railway through the town of Hunt
ingdon to the Paducah & Memphis
branch of that road, running from
Hollow Eock Junction to Lexing
Smith in Trouble.
James Morgan Smith, formerly
of Crockett Mill?, was arersted at
Covington last week, on a charge of
hiVnmv Tf is nllpoW? trmr Iip ha a
D1gam3- At is anegea mat ne nas a
! t i: o :xt.
uiu uj. living wies. miiii stales
married three times, but that at
, . . , .
iuiMHft.cn iiicii ne is muim;
UQ pleatl guilty and go to the peni
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New otaxe woai Mine
It is announced that the State's
new coal mine at Brushy mountain
TV-ill Vf in nnprntinn in nhmir a
month. It will have an output
eaual to one-fourth or one-third of
Hindi Lefelland is in jail at
IJamestown. charced with an attemDt
rrimnaUv acsonlf Willinm PiW
7-year-old daughter. The facts are
too' horrible to print, worse than the
Indians ever offered to their helpless
victims m the West during their
reign of terror. He is an ex-convict
from TCpnfnrlrv. nnrl cairl fr Vw- n
j j i i
Pardoned Criminal, though Only
dis-labour. Zb years OI age.
Gov. Frazier has appointed J. I.
Finney, editor of the McMinnville
New Era, as coal oil inspector at
Gov. Frazier has refused to par-
don Lon Fouteh, who killed Stanton
at Alexandria in 1893. A
majority of the board of pardons,
after long deliberation, recommend
ed that a pardon be granted, but his
PTfpllpnnv has ovmp nvpr tVip nnse
,,n,. j -i j ,
carefully and has refused to exer-
.i V.i- . - rp -
tilt; 1113 uaiuuuiiii: uuna. J.lcuieil-
Jml- T,T.pOB11TO r-rr.no-Vif rt'V,.a
dous, Pssure was brought to bear
on ine governor 10 nave x1 ouicn par
doned, many prominent politicians
appealing to him.
CI . i ni.j. T 1 TTT If
owiemry vj. oiaie ovnn w . UOr-
ton has filed his quarterly report,
showing the heaviest receipts during
the 'last Quarter that the ofnee has
,tt.t. v-j tiQ kqa ak
Thp Iat ati rhnrfprc xsraa VXI R.n
Cotton Compress at Dyersburg.
mi t -i r r t -r-v
J.ne Jusiness ivien s v,iud oi uy-
cent, of stock in a cotton compress
to.be located there by Eastern capi-
State News j
According to the wtather bureau
report, the recent warm weather has
helped crops in the State. -Wheat
continues to show a poor yield, cot
ton nas improved, but is very small
and unpromising as a rule. Corn
is making good growth, the early
crop having received its hnal plow
ing. Tobacco is growing well, Irish
potatoes are yielding "finely and the
second crop is being planted. A
large acreage in peas and millet has
been planted. Large quantities of
clover have been saved in good con
dition. Meadows and pastures are
fine and garden products are yield
Whisky Causes Suicide.
Garvin Stewart, aged 19, helper
to his brother as blacksmith, com
mitted suicide by shooting himself
with a inchester rifle near Ash
land City last week. He told his
mother that he was going to kill
himself, but she thought he was jest
ing. A few days ago Stewart told
a companion he was drinking too
much and intended stopping it by
Killed On a Trestle.
Mrs. Tennessee Eagle, aged 44,
of Harriman, was killed last week
by a train. She was walking on a
trestle and heard the tram approach
ing and stepped to one side to allow
the train to pass and as she did so
the approaching engine struck hei
on the head and killed her instantly.
She was knocked back into a sitting
Street Car Record.
The Nashville railway broke all
local records handling passengers
July 4. The records show 127,250
passengers, including transfers, of
which there were 46,770. There
were 81,103 original passengers or
about as many people as the census
Little Girl Mangled.
Last week, at Rives, Bertha, the
little 6-year-old daughter of Peter
Kefter, was swinging on the brake
beam of a" box car from which an
engine had just been uncoupled.
The engine, coming back to couple
on again, bumped the car, throw
ing the child beneath the wheels,
badly manhnsr both of her lees.
She died from her injuries.
Waddle Makes Bond.
Judge Childress at Nashville last
week released Charles Waddle- the
Lincoln county man under life sen
tence for the killing of Pleas
Neville, under $7,000 bond. The
trial judge declined to allow bond.
Hardeman County Assessments.
The tax assessment of Harde
man county as reported by the board
of equalizers is as follows : Num
ber of town lots, 849 ; valuation,
$440,698; number of acres, 418,781;
valuation $1,466,743; value of per
sonal propertv, $210,583; polls, $6,-
)48. Ihese hgures show a slight
decrease over last vear's assessment.
Splendid State Militia.
Adjt.-Gen. Harvey Hannah has
received a copy of Capt. F. M.
Beal's report to tjie war department
of his recent inspection of the Na
tional Guard. The report is highly
complimentary to the organizers and
Prof. 0. L. Weeks, a school teach
er, happened to a painful accident
at union City last week. A horse
attached to a buggy became fright
ened and ran away, running into the
buggy of 'Weeks, causing his horse
to run away and throwing him out,
inflicting painful injuries about the
Old Man Injured.
Anderson Arnold, living near
Gleason, happened to a very serious
accident last week. He was riding
a horse and leading one, when the
horses became frightened and threw
him off breaking his hip. He is 70
years old and is not expected to
overcome the injury.
Negro Agent Arrested.
A negro named Wiggin has been
arrested at Pulaski for organizing
branches of the Mutual Aid Associa
tion of Georgia in this State. The
insurance department is prosecuting
him, as his association is not author
ized to do business in Tennessee.
Between twelve and fifteen cars
of tomatoes were shipped from
Humboldt in one day last week, and
on the same day between nineteen
and twenty cars were shipped from
Gibson, five miles east of Humboldt.
Heavy shipments were .also made
from Pomona, Gadsden, Fruitvale
and Fruitland. Prices paid on the
platform bv local buvers. where I
most of the stuff was sold, ranged
from 25 to 32 cents per case.
Why, Of Course.
The Davidson County Court last
week elected one of its members,
George W. Phillips, county register,
to fill the vacancy made by Ben P.
Lof tin, deceased
The Presbytery of Nashville has
dissolved the pastoral relations of
Eev. George D. Booth with the
church at Madison and Henderson
ville. Dr. Booth goes to Bristol to
accept the presidency of King's College,
A ME RICA in the
AJk nervous women.
The great majority of
nervous women are so because they
are suffering from some form of fe- t
Mrs. Emma Mitchell. 520 Louisiana
street, Indianapolis, Ind., writes:
" Peruna has certainly been a bless
ing in disgnise to me, for when I first
began taking it for troubles peculiar to
the sex and a generally worn out sys
tem, I had little faith.
"For the past five years I have
rarely been without pain, but Pe
runa has changed all this, and in
a very short time. I think I had
only taken two bottles before I
began to recuperate very quickly,
and seven bottles made me well.
I do not have headache or back
ache any more, and have some in
terest in life. I give all credit
where it is due, and that is to Pe
runa. emma mitcneu.
Bv far the Greatest number of female
.troubles are caused directly by catarrh.
They are catarrh of the organ which
is affected. These women despair of re
covery. Female trouble is so common,
"Do vou think my latest photo does me
justice?" asked the girl who was begin
ning to forget her birthday anniversaries.
"Justice is not the proper word, dear.
replied her girl friend. It is really and
truly ni.rcilul . to you. Chicago uany
"He osed to kiss me every time we
passed through a tunnel before our mar
riage," said the little woman, with sad
"And does he do so now?" asked the
"No. he takes a drink." Chicaeo Dailr
Shake Into Your Shoea
Alln'a Pnnf-lvacp Tf nir Tin in ful irriUn
smarting, sweating feet. Makes new shoe.
easy, bold by all Druggists and Shoe Stores.
Don't accept anv substitute. Sample FREE.
a J l a ri i t t -r -v r - r
j-aaress a. a. kji mstea, i-e i-oy, ss. x.
Uncle Allen' Idea.
"I know." said Uncle Allen Sparks,
wincinz as he felt another twinge, "they
say 'better late "than never,' but in the
case of rheumatism, by George, that doesn't
apply!" Chicago Tribune.
Toast Master (to chairman of public
dinner) Would, vou like to propose your
toast now. mv lord, or should we let 'era
enjoy themselves a bit longer? Punch.
Tin not believe Piso's Cure far Consump
tion has an equal for coughs and colds. J.
F. lioyer, Irinity bprmgs, lnd., rep. U, 1U0O.
.Tincrlo "D Courcv Smvthe boasts that
he can trace his ancestry back to the
Normans." Winkle "Well, the Normans
are dead, and they won't mind." London
NERVE WORN KIDNEYS.
Do an' Kidney Tills
make freedom from kid
ney trouble possible.
They carry a kind of
medication to tbe kid
neys that brings a bright
ray of hope to desperate
Ki" rntcc so
Aching backs are eased.
Hip, back, and loin pains
overcome. Swelling of the
limbs and dropsy signs
Lock TIavik, Pa. Mrs.
1m. W. Ammumen writes :
"A few weeks ago I sent for
For free trial box, mail thin conpon to
Fostcr-Milbum Co., EuCalo, N. Y. If abore
space is lBi-ffic-ent, write address on sepa
a trial box of Doan's Kidney
Pills for myself, and they did
all they are said to do. My
husband was kicked last fall
Better Than Quinine. A m
CURES Chills c.r
and drives out Sic - '-,
ALL, Malaria. UT
and is a Oreat TONER
to the SYSTEM.
W. Mm AKIN & SON, Proprietors, Evansville. Indiana.
ybursfora Clear Head
Ff WOK'S VIM -
Is a vegetable wine, scientifically prepared, of wonderful curative merit. All
female diseases yield masncaiiy
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USE DR. BIGGERS'
nature's greatest Southern Remedy-.
rhoea, uyseniery ana an aiomaca xrouBies.
Tired, Nervous, Aching,
Trembling, Sleepless, Blood
less Pe-ru-na Renovates,
Regulates, Restores Many
Prominent Women Endorse
so prevalent, that they accept it as al
most inevitable. The greatest obstacle
in the way of recovery is that they, do
not understand that it is caterrh which
is the source of their illness. In female
complaint, ninety-niDe cases out of one
hundred are nothing but catarrh. Pe
runa cures catarrh wherever located.
Chronic invalids who have languished
for years on 6ick beds with some form
of female disease begin to improve at
once after beginning Dr. Hartman's
Among the many prominent women
who recommend Peruna are: Belva
Lockwood. of Washington, D. C; Mrs.
Col. Hamilton, of Columbus, Ohio; Mrs.
F. E. Warren, wife of U. S. Senator
Warren, of Wyoming.
If you do not derive prompt and satis
factory results from the use of Peruna,
write at once to Dr. Ilartman, giving a
full statement of your case, and he will
be pleased to give you his valuable ad
vice gratis. '
Address Dr. Ilartman, President of
The Ilartman Sanitarium, Columbus,
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Uncle Reuben says: None of us would
kev things quite as dey are if we could, hev
our way about it, but de question is
would dey be any better fur de odder
feller? Detroit Free Press.
The Adirondack Mountain.
The lakes and streams in the Adirondack
Mountains are full of fish; ue woods are
inviting, the air is filled with health, and
the nights are cool and restful. If you
visit this region once, you will go there
again. An answer to almost any question
in regard to the Adirondacks will be found
in No. 20 of the "Four-Track Series " "The
Adirondacks and How to Reach Them;"
sent freet on receipt of a 2-cent stamp, by
George II. Daniels, General Passenger
Agent, Grand Central Station, New York.
"I admires de busy bee," said Uncle
Fben, "but I dunno but what I'd rather
de man dat superintend de hive an' hoi's
a fus' mortgage on de honey." Washington
"Her First Rnn"
is the title of a little booklet issued bv the
Chicago & Alton Railway. It is reprinted
from the Chicago Record-Herald, and tells
of the running of the Alton Limited 100
miles, by a young lady. The story isattract
vely told, and is illustrated. Copies may
be obtained by sending four cents in stamps
to Geo. J. Charlton, G. P. A., Chicago.
Beauty is not a gift, it is a loaa that is
taken back from its possessor, in spite of
all protestations ami struggles, gradually
but surely. Town Topics.
by a horse and badly hurt
his hip was fractured and
after he recovered he was in
such misery that ho could
hardly walk, and to stoop
caused him such distress that
he thought he would have to
quit work also, it affected
his bladder, and he was un
aEIo to make his water with
out ro much distress. I in
sisted on his getting a box
of your pills and trying thera,
so I went to Mason's Drug
Store and got a box. The
first box helped him so much
w of yymm n ctkbm
that I got the second and also
the third, and now he is en
tirely well." Mrs. I W.
Amuvukx, Lock Haven, Pa.
fllETA fo woheh I
to Tm powerrui iobic ask your (-rugg-is- 10
Cures Children teething. Cboleramorbus. Diar
uruKBi ctii D kj cvs.
WILL APPRECIATE THIS
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