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MADE MERRY TOO SOON.
Wofnl Tale ( the Man Whose IVlfa
Was Going; Awar But Missed
f "What's the matter, old fellow?" he said,
as iney met me morning alter, relates lxn
"I feel blue."
"But last night you were the jolliest mem'
V. c ,i r. r,
I felt iollT."
"You acted like a boy just let out of
"I felt like one."
"You said your wife had gone awav for
the first time in three years, and there
wa.n t anyone to say a word if you wen
home and kicked over the mantle clock.'
"I remember it."
You said that if rou stared out unti
four o'clock there was no one to look at you
reproaentully and sign and make you tee
"Yes, and I stayed out until four o'clock.
vi ion i i :
"You certainly did."
"And I gave a war-whoop on the door
"Ye: and then yon sane a verse from i
comic opera song and tried to dance a jig.'
"Yes; and my wife had misled the train
Now go away and leave me. I want to kicl
mysfclt a little more for not taking the pre
caution to get an affidavit from the guard
that she went with the train."
And he gave himself several bangs on the
cars and then shook himself till his tfair
began to tall out.
She Didn't Care.
"iai"c.f -fiug. luin. "i telt as
xuoiign. j. tuan t care whether l lived or died,
j. uds so miserable aU the time.
In these words does Miss Nellie Barfoot
i tnis place, .describe her condition. Every
woman who is, or has been, sick and suf
fering Will understand anr) snnrito ..cf
howMis-s Barfoot felt, and there are nodoubt
many thousands of similar cases.
It is truly an awful thing when a woman
Rets so low that she can say "I don't care
whether I live or die."
But Miss Barfoot tells a different story to
Iay, and her worda should guide every suf-
lymig oman to tne path ot health and hap-
x-u;u uoaas ivianey I'lUs. and 1 am
cured. 1 feel like a new person, and I would
ay to every woman suffering as I did, give
j-ouq s rvianey I'nis a trial, and you wul
not be disappointed. They are worthy- of
the highest praise.
( la the Family-.
She And are you a descendant of the old
family ot the van liibbersr
lie No, not exactly; but my brother is.
"You can't it dee a man by de 'mount o'
r?i?e he makes," said Uncle Eben. "De lo
comotive ingeneer is doin his easies' work
when he s ringin de bell an' blowin' da
whistle. ashington Star.
THE PINKHAM CURES
ATTRACTED GREAT ATTE5TI0 J A30JG
Mrs. Frances Stafford, of 243 E.
114th St., N.Y. City, adds her tes
timony to the hundreds of thou
sands on Mrs. Pinkham's files.
"When Lydia E. Pinkham's Reme
dies were first introduced skeptics
all over the country f rowned upon
their curative claims, but as year
after year has rolled by and the
little group of women who had been
cured by the new discovery has
.since grown into a vast army of
hundreds of thousands, doubts and
skepticisms have been swept away
a? by a mighty flood, until to-day
the great good that Lydia E.
Tinkliam's ATegretalIe Compound
and her other medicines are doing
among the women of America is
attracting the attention of many of
our leading scientists, physicians
and thinking people.
Merit alone could win such fame ;
wise, therefore, is the woman who
for a cure relies upon Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
BY RUTLEDGE SMITH.
U. S. SENATOR FROM SOUTH CAROLINA
Fon Dyspepsia and Stomach Trouble
Of Railroad and Telephone Property
The Tennessee Railroad Commis
sion, comprised of N. Wr Baptist,
chairman; Thos. L. Williams, J. N.
Texas I'aclfic . .
Alabama Great Southern
Atlanta. Knoxville & Northern...
Belt Hallway of Chattanooga....
Central of Georgia
Chesapeake tc Nashville
Illinois Central :
Troy & Tintonville
Yazoo & Mississippi Valley It. It..
Jiger lail Spur...
Cincinnati, New Orleans &
Last Tennessee & Western
Gulf & Chicago
Harritnan & Northeastern
Iron Mountain Memphis
Kauas City & Memphis I!y. and Bridge
Kansas City. Fort Scott t Memphis
Kansas City, Memphis & isirmlngham
Knoxville i Bristol
Louisville & Nashville:
Nashville & Decatur Division
Clarksvllle Sc. Mineral
Clarksvllle A- lrinceton
Nashville. Florence k Sheffield
West 1'olnt Branch
Middle A Fast Tennessee Central
Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis Railway
Main Line ..
Lebanon Bra neb
McMlnnville Branch ,
Fayettevllle Branch '.
Huntsville & Gadsden Branch .'
Tracy City Branch
Sequatchie Valley Branch
Middle Tennessee & Alabama
I'aducah & Memphis
Western Jfc Atlantic
Doran's Cave :
Southern Itallway :
Big Mountain Branch
Bricevllle Branch . .
Embreeville Branch ."
Knoxville & Augusta Division
Main Line (Chattanooga to Bristol)
New Kiver Branch
North Carolina Branch
Walden's Ridge Branch
Tennessee Lumber Canal Branch
South & Western
Tennessee Central :
Tennessee & Cumberland River
Virginia & Southwestern
Beaver Dam Railroad
Knoxville & Ohio (L. & N. K. R
McKenzie and Frank Avent, Secreta
ry, has just completed its assessment
of the property of railroads, telegraph
and telephone companies for the years
1903-04. The total assessment is $60,-
778.606.48. against $58,327,298.79 for
1901-02, an increase of $2,451,307.69.
ii, 5 75.66
222. 982. OO
Name of Company.
Citizens of Maury County $ 12,457.50
Dixie of Grundy County 12.3oo.o0
East Tennessee 187,095.00
Dixie of Benton County 4.200.00
Progress of Hardeman County 1,920.00
Peoples' of Stewart County... tSOO.OO
Savannah Telephone 5,160.00
Union of Macon County 1.700.00
Tennessee River 2,140.00
Cumberland Tel. and Tel 848.025.tM3
Peoples' of Knox County.... 40.850.00
Citizens of McMlnnville 3.000.00
Citizens of Morrlstown 7.275.00
Citizens of Lawrence 3.03O.OO
Bristol 11. 295.00
Meigs County Telephone 2.375.UO
Newport telephone Company 5.476.00
American Tel. and Tel 132,424.M)
ihe following telephone companies art
under $1,000 In value and not assessed;
Richland of Grainger.
Citizens of Henry.
Pittsburg of McNairy.
Value distributable railroad
aiue localized railroad prop- ,
Total value of railroad
Total value of telephone proo-
ioiai vaiue or telegraph prop
Total value railroad, tele
phone and telegraph
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tUHts wntrtt all else fails.
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in time. Hold by druggiMs.
Mr. T. U. Crowley, editor of the
Gazette, at Clinton, Tenn., has offered
the Tennessee World's Fair Commis
sion for use In its exhioit at St.
Louis a unique curiosity in the way
of a huge knot which was cut from a
tree near his town. This mammoth
knot, which is probably the largest in
the United States, measures nine feet
and six inches over the crest in length.
In circumference it measures thirteen
feet, lacking three Inches. In shape
it is almost spherical, and is solid
to the core, as the weight denotes
3,300 pounds. It was sawed from a
white oak tree, about ten feet from
the ground, and bears no blemishes
or marks. It required a team of six
mules to move it from where it grew
to Clinton, and twelve men to unload
It. An expert lumber man estimates
its value at $1 per pound, or $3,300.
Should it prove to be perfect for ve
neering purposes, a wealthy Baltimore
citizen has offered a fancy figure for
Its possession to place in his lawn
as a natural curiosity. The knot has
attracted great attention, especially
from lumber men. The State Com
mission will no doubt accept Mr.
Crowley's offer and place the knot
on exhibition at the St. Louis World's
Fair as one of Tennessee's natural
Tennessee is going to have a fine
exhibit at St. Louis. That is a cer
tainty. Thousands of Tennesseans
will visit the exposition, but they will
every one feel humiliated, and it will
be humiliating to the pride of every
Tennessean unless we have a Stat 3
building. Every other State and Ter
ritory, and foreign countries, will
have a State building, where their cit
izens and their visitors will congre
gate, and Tennesseans will be scat
tered everywhere, homeless and hu
miliated, unless we have a State build
ing. Tennessee should have stayed
away from the exposition, as she has
usually done unless she can acquit
herself with credit and uphold her
proud reputation before the world.
Another thing should be borne in
mind: The Hermitage, with the
Jackson relics, will draw more at
tention to the Tennessee State build
ing than any other State building on
the ground will receive. Thousands
from other States will flock to see
what kind of a home the hero of New
Orleans had in Tennessee, and thou
sands more will want to see those
historic relics of "Old Hickory." Noth
ing that Tennessee can show at St.
Louis will create more talk about
Tennessee, and excite more interest
and curiosity among the millions who
will visit St. Louis than would the
reproduction of the Hermitage as our
State building at St. Louis, and the
exhibit therein of the Jackson relics.
The men of Tennessee should go to
work and raise tue money to erect
this building. The State made no ap
propriation for this purpose, and it
must be done by private subscription.
The .women and the children of Ten
nessee will go to work and raise the
money rather than see the State hu
miliated as she would be without a
6Ut$ building at the 'World's Fair.
It is high time for steps to be taken
to raise the money for the State
building. Let every Tennessean re
solve to help the movement, and it
An act creating a sinking fund for
the purpose of extinguishing the
State's indebtedness was passed by
the legislature of 1899, and became
effective January 1, 1900 Since that
time there has accrued to this fund
the sum of $1,361,491.47. This has
been used in the purchase of bonds
issued by the State, some of which
were bought below par. The total
face value of securities retired by this
fund is $1,391,900. There yet remains
to the credit of the funding board
$9,269.19. At this rate it will only
be a question of a few years when
Tennessee will have extinguished her
Ohio having paid the last of her
debts July 1, there are now six States
without outstanding obligations. They
are Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska, New Jer
sey, West Virginia and Ohio. The
debts of Delaware, Kansas, Michigan,
Nevada, South Dakota and Wyoming
are only nominal.
Appropos with the payment of pub
lie Indebtedness would be a mention
of the world's gold supply. Accord
ing to the last report of the mint, the
total output of gold in the world since
the discovery of America has been
but ten billion dollars, which in weight
would be sixteen thousand tons. It
would make a-circular tower of gold
twenty feet in diameter and one hun
dred feet high, and each year's pro-
auction would add about three feet
Several gentlemen were exchang
ing stories recently in the lobby of
the Tulane Hotel at Nashville, when
the writer told of a paragraph that
appeared in an Australian paper,
which said that there was a woman
in that country 108 years old, and
added that "her parents can point
with pride to her as evidence of their
success la raising children." To this
a. congressman irom tnis state re
plied, that he heard of a negro wom
an in mis country wno was y years
or age who walked thirty miles to an
adjoining town, and her reason for
doing so was that she desired to spend
a lew days with her grandmother.
The following table shows the total
oiuauuu ui ra.uroaa property since
It was first assessed by the State:
, r Amr. Ass'm't.
17-1S78 $l;,7.'7.1 05.83
JSU.j-180.. K. R.. Tel. & Tele. 40.44G.38.48
Jsa.-i.vj. k. k Tel. ic Tele. G(J.93(5. 638.31
1899-190O, n. It., Tel. & Tele. 50,546.129.14
1901-1902. H. It., Tei, & Tele. 58.327,208.79
1903-1904. R. R.. Tel. & Tele. 60.788,000.48
. , $094,525.05
Ex-Senator M. C. Butler. 1
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If you do not derive prompt and satis
factory results from the use of Peruna,
write at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a
full statement 01 your case and he will
be pleased to give you his valuable ad
Address Dr. Hartman, President of
The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus,
Catarrh of the Stomach U Generally
Called Dyspepsia Something to
Produce Artificial Digestion
is Generally Taken.
Hence, Pepsin, Pancreatin and a
of Other Digestive Remedies
Has Been Invented.
These Remedies Do Not Reach the Seat
of the Difficulty, Which Is '
TJ. S. Senator M. C. Butler from
South Carolina, was Senator from
that state for two terms. In a re
cent letter to The Peruna Medicine Co.,
from Washington, D. C, says:
"can recommend Peruna for dys
pepsia and stomach trouble. I have
been using your medicine fora short
period and i feet very much relieved.
It is indeed a wonderful medicine be
sides a good tonic."' At. C. Butler.
The only rational way to cure dyspep
sia is to remove the catarrh. Peruna
cures catarrh. Peruna does not produce
artificial digestion. It cures catarrh, and
leaves the stomach to perform digestion
in a natural way. This is vastly better
and safer than resorting to artificial
Peruna has cured more cases of dys
pepsia than all oyier remedies com
bined, simply because it cures catarrh
wherever located. If catarrh is located
in th.e head, Peruna cures it. If catarrh
has fastened itself in the throat or
broncliialtubes, Perunacures it. When
catarrh becomes settled in the stomach,
Peruna' cures it, as well in this location
as in any other.
Peruna is not simply a remedy for
dyspepsia. Peruna is a catarrh remedy.
Peruna cures dyspepsia because it Is
generally dependent upon catarrh.
THE PLATEAU HAT.
SUCH A MISUNDERSTANDING!
Shape That Are Trimmed aa Flat
Possible to Give Jio Additional
Only quite a young face looks well
under a flat plateau or the new sailor
with a very low crown and rather wide
brim, but it is only necessary to raise
them on a cachepeigne, or to roll or
fold back the brim'on one or both sides,
to obtain a hat more generally becom
ing, says the Millinery Trade Review.
These shapes are trimmed as fiat as
possible, whether the decorations be
flowers, fruits, birds, ostrich, or soft-
textured ribbons. Indeed, in no case
are floral decorations, leaves, etc., ar
ranged so as to give additional height
to the shape, whatever may be the form
Among the plateau hats is one in a
delightful combination of pastel shades.
The fancy braids of which it is made
are pale lavender. Wide ribbon, show
ing stripes of two shades of gray and
pink line-striped with white, is drawn
through a loop of the straw in front;
the ends, after passing through the
sides, are arranged in flat bows under
neath the brim. Outside the trimming
further consists of a small chaplet of
heliotrope on the left and a flat garland
of tiny blush roses and green buds run
ning from the right side around the
Another, made of fancy black braids,
has several large whitish-green daisies
on the left side, balanced on the right
by a spray of black velvet daisies with
yellow hearts and a small knot of sky-
blue ribbon velvet. The whole of this
trimming lies quite flat, but the hat is
raised in front on a velvet coronet, and,
moreover, the front portion of the brim
is curiously trimmed underneath with
a big, pendant jet of -spangles sewn
very closely together.
The best specimens of lor-crowned
hats include one made of cream-colored
braids. This has the edge of the brim
slightly rolled and worked over with
half-inch wide black velvet, first one
way, then the other, so that the velvet
forms a series of crosses. A wreath of
miniature white roses and a fringe of
beads rests on the sides and back of the
brim, finished with tufts of green leaves
on each side.
Another in burnt yellow straw is al
most entirely wreathed around with
full-blown double poppies, shaded from
violet to palest lilac; the Interval being
filled up with a large flat rosette of
black ribbon velvet. Two bands of rib
bon, starting from this rosette, cross
the crown, pass through the straw, and
are fastened underneath the brim on the
left by a second flat rosette.
Another flat hat Is in high favor just
now. Here the crown is so low as to De
almost non-existent, and it is covered
with cherries laid closely side by side
like the fruit in an open cherry tart,
surrounded by a border of leaves or a
band of green velvet. The brim of one
of these is In burnt straw worked over
In magnified cross-stitch with green
Man Who Rubbered" Waa
Familiar with Talk of the
Renewinsr Mayonnaise Sance.
Do not throw away a mayonnaise
sauce because careless nanaung nas
caused it to curdle. Take a fresh dish,
preferably a soup plate, chill it on the
Ice, and "pick up" the mayonnaise by
this simple process. Stir together a
few drops of cold water and a little
dry mustard. Dip the fork into the
curdled sauce and stir it a very little
at a time into the mustard and water.
Proceed cautiously, stirring rapidly
and well each time the fork is dipped
Into the curdled mixture. The result
will be a perfect mayonnaise. N. Y.
Sorrel Trlth I.ettnce.
A few tender leaves of wild sorrel
mixed with lettuce give a delicious flavor
to a salad. Radish and beet tops, and
young milkweed tops boiled in saltwater.
chilled and chopped like spinach, make
good and unusual salads. Spinach cen
tres, the little bleached leaves in the cen
ter of the bunch, are excellent. They,
too, must be boiled before serving. A
sprinkle of chives improves any of those
salads. N. Y. Port-
"When I saw that she was almost beyond
my control," said the railway engineer, "I
threw her over "
"Brute!" ejaculated a gentleman wearing
eye glasses and grassy whiskers, who was un
intentionally straining his ears to overhear
the conversation, relates Judge.
"It didn't do any good," continued the
engineer, "so 1 shut heron; but still she was
jumping pretty hard and sliding around "
"Infamous!'' said the grassy-whiskered
"Gliding around.; so I give her air "
"Ah,- then yon have some little instinct of
kindnes?," growled the incensed listener.
"But it wasn't any u&e. and so 1 jumped
and got away just when she began to 6masa
"And I don't blame her one bit!" asserted
the man with the eye glasses and the grassy
beard. "It's a pity she didn't smash you,
so you couldn't come h?re and boast of your
cruelty. I am not surprised at the number
of divorces nowadays."
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are honest and possess merit. The people
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ticle, like Cascarets, Candy .Cathartic, for ex
ample, stake their whole business existence
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Wife Think I can't keep a secret, do
Husband Yes, I do.
"Well, I've worn an old hat trimmed over
for the past two months, and I haven't told
a eoul yet, so there." N. Y. Weekly.
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ot "ine lown Inat Jack Built and the
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"This," said the young and timid lawyer,
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Don't brag about the watermelons yon
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Do not believe Piso's Cure for Consump
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Woman is weak. Oh, pshaw! A four
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Washington (la.) Democrat.
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Beautv is only skin deep and some folks
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