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Mrs. F. Wright,
is another one of
who have been " restored to health by
Lydia E Pinkham's
fc Overshadcm-iner indeed is the success of Iivclia E. IMnkliam's "Vtr
table Compound compared with
"Why has it the greatest record for
in the world ? Why has it lived and thrived and done its glorious work
among- women for a quarter of a century ? Simply because of its sterling
worm, xne reason tnat no other medicine has ever reached its success is be
cause there is no other medicine so successful in curing1 woman's ills. Re
member these important facts when a drugg-ist tries to sell you something-
vaiivu xie &ays is just as g'OOa.
A Young Xcw York !Laly
pams in the
M A I was sick
I felt better after the first two or
-weight was taken oft my shoulders; 1 continued its use until now I
can truthfully say I am entirely cured. Young girls who are always
paying doctor s bills without getting
your medicine. It costs so much
lours truly, Adelaide 1'raiil, i4
"Tomen should not fail to
experiences; just as surely as she
merated in her letter, just so certainly will Lydia K. IMnkliam's
Vegetable Compound cure others who suffer from womb trou
bles, inflammation of the ovaries,
tability, and nervous prostration;
IMnkliam's Vegetable Compound
allow any druggist to sell you anything else in its place.
If there is anything in your
special advice, write freely to Mrs. Pinkham. She can surely
help you, for no person in America has such a wide experience in
treating lemale ills as sue lias
ncr auvice is iree ana aiway neipiui.
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The Only TreatmentTftat Cures CONSUMPTION
Here i a combined treatment that does
what ONE medicine CAN NOT DO. The
complete obliteration of that dread Con
sumption (Tuberculosis) is now possible
through the use of The Dr. Slocum's Com
bination System of Medication, -which will
Positively Cure this Dread Disease.
It is the Most Modern and the very Great
est Method of Alimentation Ever Presented
to Sufferers from this disease. It prevents
and Cures Consumption of the Throat,
Lungs, Stomach, Liver, Spleen and Kidneys.
All Catarrhal Conditions of these Org-ans
disappear Promptly and Permanently under
the Healing Influence of These Wonderful
The Dr. Slocum method of treatment con
sists of Four Specific Remedies as illustrated
of Oelwein. Town.
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the million women
it, all other medicines for women are
absolute cures of anv female medicine
Tells of a Wonderful Cure:
Mrs. Pixkiiam: My trouble "was
ovaries ; 1 am tall, and the doctor
said I grew 'too fast for my strength. I
suffered dreadfully from inflammation and
continually, but got no help. I suf
terrible dragging sensations with
the most awful pains low down in the side and
back, and the most agonizing head-
rmo 1-niTO-o i o T onrlnrol Hff An
to the stomach, and pvpw littlo
while I would be too sick to go to work for
or lour days : I work m a large store.
suppose standing on my feet all
made me worse.
"At the suggestion of a friend of mv
mother s l Degan to taice Lydia E. rinkham's
A egetable Compound, and it is sinrnlv wonderful.
three doses ; it seemed as though a
any help as I did, ousrht to take
less, and it is sure to cure them.
bt. Anns Ave., .New lork City.
profit by Miss Adelaide Prahl's
was cured of the troubles enu
kidney troubles, nervous exci
remember that it is Lydia E.
that is curing women, and don't
case about which you would like
had. Address is Lynn, Mass.:
produce the original letter and signature of
. l'intliairi ledicine Co., Lynn, Mali.
wo rbuHos ro i
FREE MEDICINE TO ALL.
To Prove to All Our Readers the "Wonder
ful Properties of this Great System of Medi
cinal Treatment a Full, Free Course, con
sisting of tho Four Free Laree Packages, il
lustrated above, will be jrladly sent to every
reader on request. Simply send your Name,
I'osi umoe ana i-xnrcss Address to Dii. T.
A. SLOCUM, i-S Pine Street, New York,
and the Complete Free Treatment will at
Once be sent you.
DOCTOR'S SPECIAL NOTICE.
"I have prescribed the Complete Treat
ment called by my name and sold by all
druggists in hundreds of thousands of very
serious cases, with unexampled success,
and most satisfactory results." DR. SLO
y t mm ommmmn ' r sw i
The United States weekly crop re
port for Tennessee, issued last week,
The weather of the last four days
of the week was very favorable to
growing crops, and corn and cotton
show much progress as a result, cot
ton especially showing great im
provement. Late corn is in fine con
dition and very promising, but some
unfavorable reports as to the pros
pect for early corn were received.
Cotton is generally small and ten
days late, but the outlook is now en
couraging. heat threshing is still
in progress and the yield is generally
poor. A fairly good crop of oats is
being harvested. The hay crop is
large and good progress was made in
saving it. Spring clover is unusual
ly fine.' Early tobacco is being
topped. The crop generally is do
ing well. Garden crops are unus
ually fine, and sweet potatoes, pea
nuts, millet and peas are all mak
ing good growth. Ihe crop of ap
ples is good. Grapes are generally
very promising. Peaches are scarce
But Twelve Counties Remain Wet.
According to a statement given
out by the Tennessee Anti-Saloon
League, in only twelve of the ninety
six counties in the State can whis
ky be sold legally. In these there
is only an average of one town or
city where sales are recognized. The
"wet" counties remaining are Shel
b3 Madison, Chester, Maury, David
son, Moore, Franklin, Hamilton,
Campbell, Knox, Sullivan and Uni
coi, ihere is, however, considerable
blind tigering or bootlegging in some
of the dry counties, but officers are
very watchful and some arrests have
already been made. The league is
the illegal tramckcrs
Distributed Over Eight Millions.
The annual report of the Kxiox-
ville ,pension agency for the year
ending July 1, was completed last
week. The total amount paid out
during the 3'ear was $8,231,135.51 to
62,880 pensioners. There are 283
widows of soldiers of the war of
1812 on the rolls. The Mexican war
has 1,703 survivors and 2,708 wid-
ows. lhe f5panislwmeriean war
has put 1,293 names on the rolls and
the remainder are pensioners from
the civil war, and wars with the In
dians. All States of the South are
paid from the local agencv. Ten
nessee has the largest number of pen
sioners, the total being 17,984. Ark
ansas is second with 10,144, and
Texas third with 7,803.
W. H. Jackson Dead.
W. JI. Jackson, owner of the fa-
- 11 - r -1 fm 1 1 1 1
mous Jeiie 3icade iarm, uieu lasi
week after an illness of two weeks of
typhoid fever. After the death of
Gen. Jackson his son became pro
prietor of the farm, purchasing near
ly all of the thoroughbreds, which
were sold some time ago. loung
and ambitious and possessifg all the
requisite ability for success, the pros
pects for more laurels for Belle
Meade were most promising. Mr.
Jackson was married to Miss Annie
D. Richardson, eldest daughter of
James B. IJichardson, one of the
most prominent citizens of Nash
ville, in 1897. Of this union there
has been born one son, William II.
The quarterly account of the Ten
nessee State prison for the keep of
Federal prisoners has been filed with
the United States marshal. It shows
that there were on hand at the close
of the last quarter 109 Federal pris
oners, mere were seven received
during the quarter and twenty dis
charged, leaving ninety-six in prison
at the close of the quarter. The
amount charged for subsistence was
$2,280; clothing, $230; cash, $95;
transportation, $202.99; total, $2,-
Killed by Lightning.
John Call, aged 17, living one
mile east of Gleason, was killed by
lightning last week. Call and Ed
wards were plowing, and seeing the
storm approaching, started home on
horseback. Edwards was some thir
ty yards in front of Call and sus
tained a severe shock. Edwards rode
on some distance before he thought
of Call, and going back in search
of him, found Call and his horse
Unique Labor Day Idea.
The Central Labor Union of
Knoxville, representing all organ
ized labor in East Tennessee, is plan
ning a unique celebration of Labor
Day. Instead of having the usual
one day parade and picnic, the in
tention is to hold a three days indus
trial development fair, at which the
products of the farm, factory, quar
ry and mine will be displajred. Two
thousand dollars will be given in
cash prizes during the three days for
which the fair wrill be held.
Conductor Hall Killed.
In a freight wreck on the South
ern Railway last week near Whites-
burg, Conductor David M. Hall,
aged 30 years, met instant death.
Hall was riding on top of his train
when the car on which he was riding
jumped the track, pulling eight oth
ers with it. All went down an em
bankment and Hall was buried. It
required five hours to get his body
out. Thirty yards of track were
torn up and travel badly delayed.
Four Persons Drowned.
Four persons were drowned by the
capsizing of a skiff on the Calf killer
river, near Sparta, last week. Thev
were: Jason Ramsey, aged 65; his
9-year-old granddaughter and two
other children, aged 7. The old man
and children were out on a pleasure
ride, and as thev did not return a
dark a searching party of fif tv board
ed a steamer and began dredging the
river with barbed wire. The cap
sized skiff was found at daylight the
nes morning", and a short distance
away the four bodies were located
within a few feet of each other.
Plenty of Potatoes.
There is no danger of a famine in
Obion county, provided the potato
crop does not rot, for there- are
enough of the tubers to feed every
man, woman and child in the county
until another crop is made. There
are so many potatoes that they are
scarcely worth anything on the mar
ket. Such crops of potatoes were
never known before m that county.
vr i i 0 ...
io raiser nas Known ianure tms sea
Insurance Agents Fined. ,
Judge L. S. Woods, of the Madi
son county Circuit Court, fined E.
W. Chapman and Walter E. Stronsr
$25 each last week, and they were
released. ' These are the young men
recently arrested at the instance of
the State insurance commissioners
for doing business at Jackson for a
life insurance company that was not
authorized, having failed to comply
with the statutes of Tennessee.
Woman Caused Shooting.
Ed Clunan, of Nashville, was shot
and seriously wounded at Chatta
nooga last week by Warner Divine, a
prominent young man of that city,
The shooting occurred at a house on
Gillespie street where Clunan's wife
is stopping, and it is said to be due
to attentions paid to her by Divine.
The latter was arrested. Clunan's
wounds are serious, but not necessa
Breach of Promise Suit.
Calvin Gibbs, as next friend of
Bettie J. Gibbs, filed a suit for $10,
000 damages in the Circuit Court of
Knox county last week against T
L. Hargis. Breach of promise and
seduction are charged. All parties
concerned live near Corryton, in
Night Watchman Cremated.
The warehouse of the Kevser Man
ufacturing Company, makers of re-
I frigerators, at Chattanooga, was
burned last week. J. A. Smith, the
night watchman, lost his life. Loss
between $30,000 and $40,000; insur
Officers' Salaries Cut.
At a regular meeting of the city
.,,.M rti . : i.j..
tuuiitu ul j l vii luii ii lew ingms
since the salaries of all aldermen
and of all the city officers, except the
recorder, were cut down. The tax
rate has been fixed at 90 cents on
the $100 for 1903.
Killed by a Freight Train.
Sam Shoar, aged eighteen years,
of Buck Lodge, while stealing a ride
last week on a freight train, fell un
derneath the wheels at Avondale,
and both legs were mangled. He
lived only a short time.
Hotel Man Assaulted.
Proprietor Shaw, of the Rogers
Springs hotel, was badly injured by
a negro boy last week, who struck
him in the head with a hammer and
escaped. He was rendered uncon
scious. His Last Ride.
J. L. Miller, of Frankfort, Ky.,
was killed at Middlesboro last week
by a freight train. He lived long
enough to give his name and ad
dress. Quadrupled Capital Stock.
The National Toilet Company of
Paris has filed an amendment to its
charter, increasing its capital stock
from $25,000 to $100,000.
Machine Shops Burned.
The foundry and machine shops
of Wm. Taylor, at Obion, were de
stroyed by fire last week. Origin
unknown. There w-as $3,000 insur
ance, which partly covers the loss.
Grain Exchange for Nashville.
Nashville grain men have decided
to establish a grain exchange. Trad
ing will be had for an hour and a
half each day.
County Farmers' Institutes.
The following county farmers' in
stitutes have been arranged in West
Tennessee by State Agricultural
Commissioner Ogilvie : Camden,
Tuesday, August 25; Paris, August
26; Huntingdon, August 27; Union
City, August 28; Trenton, August
29; Bolivar, August 31; Somerville,
September 1; Lexington, Septem
ber 2; Alamo, September 8; Hen
derson, September 9; Selmer, Sep
tember 10; Savannah, September 12.
Other dates are to be named.
Memphis & State Line.
Secretary of State Morton has
granted a charter to the Memphis &
State Line Railroad Company, with
$100,000 capital stock. The incor
porators are: John Overton, Fran
cis Fentress, C. W. Edmonds, W. F.
Gill and T. J. Latham. The lin
will run from the southern limit of
Memphis, southwesterly to the Mis
sissippi line, near to where the Yazoo
& Mississippi Valley railroad crosset
the State Hrf . J
Uf FAR-AWAY PLACES.
Four great coal stations are about to
be exploited In South Africa, The most
outherly field lies between Ladysmith
and the northern boundary of Natal.
These regions will in the near future
supply a large part of the world's de
mand for coal. Natal exported 204,000
tons in 1901.
The present Dalai Lama of Thibet is
27 years old. He Is the fifth since 1806,
one of the regents having disposed of
three while they were children. The
actual administration of the country,
however, is in the hands of a closed
aristocracy, and bribery and corruption
are nearly universal.
"With China opened to commerce, her
"crowded, unsanitary cities none of
them have either sewers or waterworks
will become a menace to the health
of the world. Smallpox is always preva
lent in them, cholera is often epidemic,
and plague can be found in every large
town. These may constitute the real
A man who had practiced palmistry
at Russ, Australia, for several weeks,
gave a lecture In the town hall of that
place one evening recently, his subject
being "Snakes." He had a number of
snakes, which he handled with ease.
After getting some of them to bite
pigeons, he caused a tiger snake which
had been caught In the district within
the last few days to bite his arm. He
then applied his antidote, which, how
ever, did not prove efficacious, for he
died soon after.
FOR THE SUMMER COTTAGE.
A buckskin sofa pillow has as a design
the head "of an Indian chief, done in
One of the handsomest rugs has a cen
ter of solid color, in this instance a
rather dark green and in the shape of a
Among the pretty sofa cushions dis
played are those showing a dragon de
sign. This design is to be outlined in
long and short stitch with bright silks
and is wonderfully effective when com
pleted. One of the newest and cutest pillows
shown has the printed picture of a tiny
Chinese boy sitting on a box. Tiny but
tons in steel are sewed on his blue jacket
and from under his close cape fly 6trands
of real black Chinese hair. The rest of
the work is done in silk in outline stich.
Found a Friend.
Valley City. N. Dak.. July 27th. Mrs.
Matilda M. Uoucher of this place tells how
ene found a friend in the following words:
tor years 1 suliered with a dizziness in
my head and could get nothing to cure me
till about two years ago when 1 was advised
to take Dodd s Kidney Pills. These pills
cured me before 1 had used the whole of the
first box, and 1 haven't been troubled since.
in January of this year I had an attack
of Sciatica that made me almost helpless,
and remembering how much Dodd's Kid
ney Pills had done for me before, I snt and
got some and began to take them at once.
"In three weeks I was well, and not a
trace of the Sciatica left, and I have been
well ever j-ince.
Dodd s Kidney Pills have certainly been
of great benefit to me. I have found them
a friend in time of sickness, and I will al
ways recommend thtm to every one suffer
ing with the troubles that bothered me."
The I'anal Thin jr.
"I would like to know." asked the parent.
who had a son in need of some further educa
tion, "what is the course at jour college?"
"1 he usual half mile course ot cinders and
all that sort of thing, you know." absent-
mindedly replied the president of the great
institution. Philadelphia I'ress.
So Canae for Alarm.
"Dpjfli lnrf a ihinincr mark." nnntpri thm
young man with the ligh coliar and noisy
marble'-hearted maid, "you're not so bril
liant." Cincinnati Enquirer.
Ladle Can Wear Shoe
One size smaller after using Allen's Foot-
Ease. A certain cure for swollen, sweating,
hot, aching feet. At all Druggists, 2oc. Ac
cent no substitute. Trial package FULL.
Add'ress A. S. Olmsted, Le Roy, N Y.
DlacoTery In Harmony.
Mamma Gladys, you were rude and in
different to several people last night.
liladys les. mamma: 1 ve decided that
it isn't worth while to have manners if your
clothes don't fit. Detroit Free Press.
Spooner "Has vour fortune ever been
told?" Aurelia "Xo: but uaDa will teii
you if you have rea'lv serious intentions."
Pisn'a Cutp for Consumntion is an infalli
ble remedy for coughs and colds. N. W.
Samuel, Ocean lirove, JN. .1., rb. 1, law.
"Some men." said Uncle Ebrn. "is so
proud o' deir superior goodness dat dey gits
to braggin' 'bout it, which is one o de wus'
habits dat is. asnington atar.
Stopa the Cough
and works off the cold. Laxative BromO
Quinine Tablets. Price 25 cents
It is much easier to come down from the
heights than to climb out of the depths.
Opium and I.iqoor Hablta Cared.
Book free. B. M.Woolley, M. D., Atlauta.Ga.
Worry is a bad bedfellow. Kick it out.
Chicago Daily News.
Gilded youth is ouiclly tarnished by ad
versity. Chicago Daily Xews.
No thin r nuts a woman out more than not
being in fashion. Philadelphia Bulletin.
Faith will move mountains if backed op
with sufficient work. Chicago Daily News.
Betting is a fool's argument, but it is too
concise & form of disputation to suit wme
"TrU A is A Anrif a I-a. -wVkirt mm
squeezed her hand in the dark it is because
ie hopes it was tne one wno man i ao it.
N. Y. Press.
He "If I should kiss you, what would yo
?" She "I never meet an emergency until
r;s" "Hut it BhoiilH aris?" "I'd
meet it face to face." Yale Record.
Toast Master (to chairman of public din
ner) "Would you like to propose your
toast now, my lord, or should we let 'em
enjoy themselves a bit longer?" Punch.
Tn hia letter of amplication he claimed
to be a man of regular habits." "VVeU?"
Well, the very first time l saw mm ne
was drunk." "Well, you never saw him
sober, did. you?" Philadelphia Press.
Kittv "Da you know. I used to think
Carrie reallv rjrettv: but somehow she
doesn't look a bit attractive of late.'.' Mat
tie "Yes. I heard she was engaged to Har
ry Sweeteer." Boston Transcript.
TTe MUatiTKr tn his new motor) "Oh.
yes. the other day we ran over 35 miles an
r ' -i . 1 1 ii tt : l
hour easily. one iteauyi aow
Do you know we beard it was over two poor
little dogs and a pig!" Punch.
"Yes, sir, during the late war with Spain.
fkai-friri a hattprv sinorle-handed." "O!
come now, you weren't at the front at all."
"I know. I had a job in an electric storage
plant." Philadelphia .Tress.
Villager "What do yer call that 'ere
thing, mister?" Cyclist "This? Why, a
bicycle." Villager "Well, give me a wheel
barrer, eays I. Yer can sit down in it an
'ave & rest when yer tired o pushin it.
FOR TVEHTY YEARS MAJOR HARS
SUFFERED FROM CATARRH OF THE KIDIIEYS.
DANGEROUS KIDNEY DISEASES CURED W
r- f r 1 it :-.... c
a National Sensation
Chronic Ailments of the Kidneys.
Major T. IT. Mars, of the First Wis
consin Cavalry regiment, writes from
1425 Dunning1 street, Chicago, IlL, the
'Foryears 1 suffered with catarrh of
the kidneys contracted in the army.
Medicine did not help me any until a
comrade who bad been helped by Pe
runa advised me to try It. I bought
some at once, and soon found blessed
relief. I kept taking it four months,
and am now well and strong and feel
better than I have done for the past
twenty years, thanks to Peru n a."
T. ft. Mars.
At the appearance of the first symp
tom of Kidney trouble, Peruna should
be taken. This remedy strikes at once
the very root of the disease. It at once
relieves the catarrhal kidneys of the
stagnant blood, preventing tjhe escape
of serum from the blood. Peruna stim
ulates the kidneys to excrete from the
blood the accumulating poison, and thus
prevents the convulsions which are
Better Than Quinine.
and drives out
AX. L Malaria.
and is a Oreat TONER
to the SYSTEM.
W. M. AKIN & SON
WOK'S V1W -
1 Is a vetfctHDle wine. Bcienuneally prepared. 01 womienui curative nirnu au
Mil female diseases ylehl maicallv to this powerful tonic Ask your druuffist to
UU order It. PULLEN-R1CH ARDSON CHkMCICAL CO..SI. Louii,Mo.
USE DR. BIGGERS'
nature's greatest Southern Remedy, Cures Children teethini?. Choleramorbus. Diar
rhoea, Dysentery and ail Stomach Troubles. J? At Druggists, 25 cts, JO cts.
The Abilene Democrat tells of a man who
jstoppt'il over night in a small town near
tnere and registered at the hotel pointed out
to hnn by the conductor as the best in town.
Jn the morning he wanted to take a bath and
consulted the proprietor about it. The pro
prietor shouted back to the rear: "Here,
Tom. this here pent wants to take a bath.
Jrir.(? the fixin's." Tom soon a ppeartd, car
rying a cake of yellow soap, a towel and a
pick. '"What's the pick lor?'' asked the
guest. "Why," said the proprietor; "you'll
have to dam up the creek." Kansas City
We are only good when w are good for
something. Kaiu's Horn.
Little Liver Pills.
Must Bear Signature of
See Fac-Slmlle Wrapper Below.
Terr small aad as easy
to take as angac
FOR-TORPID LIYER. '
FOR SALLOW SKIN.
OKRIIMII HUT WAVt tVJMATU. c,
8 Cwti I Pnretr TegetsMtvw1
CURE SICK HEADACHE.
represent the experience of 35
years of ammunition making.
U.M.C. on the head of a cart,
ridge is a guarantee of quality.
Sure fire accurate reliable.
Ask your dealer.
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WTlDf TyHITlXB TO ABTERTISEHi
plt.in atato tbat r.a saw tao .A-d-rertlse
at ta this pspen
LharTltai 1 i'an
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2. k. r..wm. nf
sure to follow
if the poisons
are allowed to
vigor to the
of whicn are
apt to fail rap
idly in this
catarrh of the
kidneys simply because it cures catarrh
If you do not derive prompt and satis
factory results from the use of Feruna,
write at once to Dr. Hartman. giving a
full statement of your Ciise and he vill
be pleased to give you his valuable
Address Dr. Hartman, President of
The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, O.
Proprietors, Evansville, Indiana.
ALETA for woheh i ,
r niTT AT.,
Every mother has bright hopes for her baby.
These hopes depend on the health of the little
one during the first few years. A baby is sure
to be well, fat and healthy if its health is looked
after. Baby's health depends on its setting
through the teething period safely. Babies are
generally affected with diarrhoea summer com
plaints when teething, which could be avoided
by using McGee's Baby Elixir to digest its food
and prevent its food from souring on itstomach.
McGee's Baby Elixir contains no opiates or
poisons, or other harmful ingredients. It is
especially suited to sick and well babies. Great
care should be used in due time to prevent any
When Needed. McGee's Baby Elixir regu
lates the stomach and bowels, corrects Sour
iStomach. cures Diarrhoea and Summer Com
plaint, corrects Indigestion, prevents fermen
tation of food in stomach and bowels.
Baby Elixir will carry your baby through the
dangerous teething period; prevents and cures
fretiulness and feverishness; insures natural
rest and sleep.
McGee's Baby Elixir. So harmless it should
be used freely to prevent diseases as well as to
cure. It can never do anything but good, so do
not hesitate to use it if there are any signs that
baby's digestion is out of order. Kcip your
baby's bowels in good order to insure health.
McGee's Baby Elixir. Just as good in winter
as su mmer ; also recommended to delicate women
for sick stomach. Price, 25 and 50c
The Mayfield Medicine Mfg. Co., St. Louis.
Diar Sirs I have used McGee's Baby Elixir
with my little girl, two years old, and boy five
years old, for Summer Complaint and Sleepless
ness, caused from Bowel and stomach trouble,
with satisfactory results; advise all mothers to
keep it on hand for Quick relief.
MRS. H. H. HICKS.
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or know people that are afflicted, my New
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