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Many women are-denied the happiness of
child ren through derangement of the genera
tive organs. Mrs. Beyer advises women to use
Lydia E Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
"Deah Mrs. Pixkiiam: I suffered rith stomach complaint for
years. I got so bad that I could not carry my children but five months,
;then would have a miscarriage. The last time I became pregnant, my
husband got me to take L.ytlla E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
After taking the first bottle I was relieved of the sickness of stomach,
and began to feel better in every way. I continued its use and was
enabled to carry my baby to maturity. I now have a nice baby girl,
and can work better than I ever could" before. I am like a new wo
man." Mrs. Frank Beyer, 22 S. Second St., Meriden, Conn.
'Another case which proves that no other medicine
in the world accomplishes the same results as
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
Compound has brought to my home. Sincerely yours, Mrs. Mae
P. Wharrt, Flat 31, The Norman, Milwaukee, Wis."
Actual sterility in woman is very rare. If any woman thinks
she is sterile let her write to Mrs. Pinkham at Lynn, Mass., whose
advice is given free to all would-be and expectant mothers.
FORFEIT Ut9 o&nnot forthwith produce the original letters aad signatures of
above testimonials, which will prove their absolute genuineness.
Lydia . riukham Med. Co., Lynn, Mags,.
Crowell Say, some of these old maxims
make me -weary. Now, there's the one about
a friend in need being a friend indeed.
Howell Well, what's the matter with
Why, a friend indeed is a Inend who
1't in need." Cincinnati Enquirer.
A Father's "Worry.
Your poor wearied wife loring bleep
night after night nursing the little one
6utfering from that night fiend for chil
dren and horror to parents, CIIOUP,
should have a bottle of Taylor's Chero
kee Remedy of Sweet Gum and Mullein,
an undoubted croup preventive and cure
for coughs, colds and consumption.
At druggists, 25c., 50c, and ?1.00 a
Mrs. Xewlywed "Let me see, what else
do I want to order? Oh, yes. you might
send me a peek of those nice big cranber
ries." Grocer's Clerk (gently) "Those are
not cranberries, madam; they are apples."
i I am sure Piso's Cure for Consumption
caved my life three years ago. Mr?. Thos.
Robbing Norwich, N. Y., Feb. 17, 1900.
Ethel "Will told me last night lie was
fraid his mind was going." Mabel
"Weren't you scared?" Ethel "Yes, 1 was
fraid he wouldn't go with it." Cincinnati
To Care a. Cold In One Day.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine TabJets. All
druggists refund money if it fails to cure. 25c.
"Everybody says the baby looks like you.
Doesn't that please you?" "I don't know,"
'replied Popley, "but 1 tell you what; I'm
flad nobody thanks of saying I look like the
aby.'' Philadelphia Ledger. .
I Carpets can be colored on the floor with
Putnam Fadeless Dyes.
! Good qualities, like good steel knives,
grow dull of edge unless they are used.
At Tlie Post
Up and dolne. to live and he!y
to live, the old reliable
is an universal benefactor
lathe cure of
Price, 25c. and 30o.
" Dear Mrs. PiNKiiAii : I was married
for five years and gave birth to two pre
mature children. After that I took
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound, and it changed me from a weak,
nervous woman to a strong, happy and
healthy wife within seven months. With
in two years a lovely little girl was born,
who is the pride and joy of my household.
If every woman who is cured feels as
grateful and happy as I do, you must
have a host of friends, for every day I
bless you for the light, health and happi
ness !Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
MINIMIZING THE PAIN.
lie Wanted the Best Watcli, But Didn't
Like to Pay the Price All
at One Time.
YVii&kS nit; ttaieu nuiui. usucu iu.i.
Kloce, pointing to one in the show-case.
"Ten dollars," replied the jeweler. "I'll
take it," said twe customer, and after pay-
Iltiti i il. . l i 1- J If.
ing ior n. ne vent out, iciaits iuuiu
O-ilC UCAb UHJ ev....
"This watch doesn't exactly suit me, he
said. What s that one W0it.ni pointing
"I'll take that instead of this one, you
A day or two later be came again.
"How good a watch have you got for ?257
he inquired. .
"Well, $25 will get a pretty good time
piece," said the jeweler, handing one out.
"Here's one with a goid-rilled case, and full
jewrled. The movement is warranted."
"I'll take it." , , ,
He paid the difference, took the watch and
went away. -
After the lapse of a few days he made his
appearance once more. .
"Have you got a first-class watch with a
olid gold case that you can sell for ?50?
"Yes. Here it is."
"Well, I'll take it," said Mr. Kloce.
"Here's the other watch and S2o. 1 hat s
the one 1 really wanted at first, but I hated
to pay out all that money at once."
10,000 Plants for 10c.
This is a remarkable offer the John A,
Salzer Seed Co.. La Crosse. Wis., makes,
They will send you their big plant and
seea catalog, together with enough seed to
1,000 fine, solid Cabbages,
2,000 delicious Carrots,
2,000 blanching, nutty Celery,
2,000 rich, buttery Lettuce,
1,000 splendid Onions,
1,000 rare, luscious Radishes,
1,000 gloriously brilliant Flowers.
This great offer is made in order to in
duce you to try their warranted seeds
for when you once plant them you will
grow no others, and
ALL FOB BUT 16c POSTAGE,
providing you will return this notice, and
if you will send them 20c in postage, they
will add to the above a package of the fa
mous Berliner Cauliflower. K. L.
"That last speaker," said the first guest
of the banquet, "was quite entertaining."
"Yes," replied the other. "I thought his
delivery rather slow, though." "That's
natural. He began life as a messenger boy."
The Oat "Wander.
The Editor must tell its readers of th.:
marvel. It originated mth the largest
farm seed growers in flu; world, the John
A. Salzer Seed Co., La Crosse, Wis. It
has stiff straw, stands up like a stone wall,
is white, heavy, and has long ears, filled
to the tip with fat, plump kernels. It is a
great stooler, 80 stock from one kernel.
LE YOU WILL SEND THIS NOTICE AJSD
IOC IN STAMPS
to above address, you will get a sample of
this Oat Wonder, which yielded in 1903,
in 40 StatesWorn 250 to 310 bu. per acre,
together with other farm seed samples and
their big catalog. K. L.
To err is human ; bu few men have
enough divinity in them to forgive without
saying: "Don't let it happen again!"
It is always easy to forgiv othtr people'!
enemies Chicago Tribune.
Prosperity at Ripley.
As evidence of the substantial
prosperity which Ripley is enjoy
ing, the holiday trade was enormous.
All branches of business were re
warded with increased sales over last
year. Although, there were import
ed 294 jugs and 90 boxes of booze
to the town during the holidays,
there were comparatively few drunks
reported and hardly a half dozen ar
rests. Those who displayed bad
taste in tanking up were principally
negroes and two shooting scrapes
among the colored population with
no fatal results was the consequence.
The merchants are all in excellent
shape for the advent of the new
year and no doubt the town will
continue to enjoy jreater prosperity
in the future. Drunkenness has
greatly decreased since the town
went "dry," and other business has
increased. Many new residences
have been erected during the year,
as well as several brick business
houses, two new gins, one big roller
mill, spoke factory- and other in
dustries have sprung up to benefit
Ripley. Withal, the past year has
been one of great prosperity, not
withstanding the short crop, and the
future is looked forward to with
much anticipation for greater
strides by the people.
Longer School Terms.
Superintendent of public instruc
tion, S. A. Mynders, is mailing out
circular letters to Comity Court
members in the interest of longer
terms for the public schools, lie
'T have been officially notified by
Theo. King, comptroller of the treas
ury, that the amount to be distributed
is $271,000, or 35 cents per capita.
Multiplying the scholastic popuhii-io-
of your county by 35 cents, it will give
the amount that you will receive. A
warrant for this will be sent to your
trustee within a few days.
"The great needs of the public
schools in Tennessee are a longer aver
age term and more efficient instruc
tion in the primary schools. To supply
these needs will require more money.
As this help from the State comes
without any increase of taxation, I
urge upon your honorable body to meet
it by increasing your county appropria
tion for school purposes. No county in
the State should have an annual term
of less than six months, and the strong
er counties should provide for at least
The $271,000 is the surplus in
the State treasury, which, under the
law, goes to the school fund.
Says His Cousin Tried to "Do" Him.
A Huntingdon mercantile firm
gave a buggy as a premium in a
bean-guessing contest which closed
a few days ago. Joe B. Dill, a well
known farmer of that section, was
the successful contestant. A few
days before the announcement of the
result was generally known, Feliv.
Dill, a cousin of Joe, went to the
hitter's house and incidentally of
fered Joe 10 cents each for his
twelve chances on the buggy. Joe
twelve chances on the buggy. Joe ac
cepted the offer and the money was
declared the winner of the buggy,
Felix appeared and claimed the
prize as his own. lie procured an
attorney and threatened to retort to
the law to get possession of it. Joe
Dill, the owner of the lucky guess,
learned that Felix had found out the
result of the contest before buying
his chances from him and alleges
that it was a plain case of trying
to euchre him out of his prize. The
case Avill likely be compromised.
John Brannon, a prominent
farmer, who lives thrt-e miles west
of Huntingdon, accidentally shot
himself in a rather serious manner
last week. Mr. Brannon was in the
act of cleaning a double-barreled
shotjnm and went to the door to
empty the contents of the weapon.
He discharged one barrel and the
gun kicked him, falling to the steps.
The weanon struck on the cdfe of
a step on the hammer, and the other
barrel was discharged, the load
striking Mr. Brannon m the right
wrist, plowing its way up to his
elbow and making a frightful
Jewelry Company in Straits.
The Lafollettc Jewelry Company
is in the hands of a receiver, with
liabilities of $2,500 and assets of
$750. J. D. Probst, manager of
the company, accompanied by his
wife, left town last week. His
household goods have been at
Suicided in Sweetheart's Presence.
Last week in Knoxville in tho
parlor of the home of his sweet
heart, Miss Susie Gillam, to whom
he was to have been married soon,
J. L. Householder, aged 20, drank
carbolic acid while he had sent the
voung ladv from the room to get
him a drink of water, and died in
terrible agony a few minutes later
before her eves. Householder left
a note for his mother saving that
a friend would tell her why he killed
Veteran Mail. Clerk Dead.
Sam L. Collins, one of the oldest
railway mail clerks in the United
States, in point of service, died at
Jackson last week in his 70th year.
He entered the service in 1863, and
has run almost continuously ever
since. For the past two vears he
has been in the Mississippi river
mail service from Memphis to Yicks
burg, Miss, ne made his last run
on December 21 and 22, and went
to his home in Jackson ill from
ttoaaaeli and kidney trouble.
Retired Merchant Killed.
J. W. Hall, a retired merchant of
Bristol, aged 60, was instantly killed
last week in the yards of the East
Tennessee & Western North Caro
lina railroad. In stepping from one
track to avoid a freight train, he
walked in front of a moving car on
another track. While coming to
town, after receiving news of the
accident, a hack containing several
of his relatives turned over. Walter
Hartzell suffered a broken leg, Miss
May Deacon a broken hick, and
Miss May Ball was severely shaken
Searched the Jail.
Eighteen men, supposed to be
from Madison county, went to Sel
mer, the county soat of McXairy
county, Christmas night and de
manded the negro, John Hay ties,
who attempted to assault a young
lady of the Eighth district of Madi
son county, about two weeks ago. He
was supposed to be in the Seliner
jail. Sh-iff Carroll conducted
them through the jail and they as
certained the prisoner was not there.
The men appeared to be satisfied,
and left. None of them were
Posey Died of Wound.
Bertis Posey, son of H. A. Tosey,
who was accidentally shot by John
Ilassler at Covington on Christmas
day, died last week as a result of
his wound. Young Posey, who was
about 22 years old, John Ilassler,
about 10 3-ears old, and Payne Mis
enheimer were spending the day at
the Posey home. Posey was show
ing his pistol to the young men, all
of whom were standing in the yard,
wlicn the weapon was accidentally
discharged, the bullet striking young
Posev in the stomach.
After the Doctors.
The State board of medical exam
iners and the Hamilton County
Medical Societ' have begun criminal
proceedings against doctors who are
doing business without a license
from the State board. Drs. T. W.
Haigier and T. T. Murray were ar
rested last week, and the prosecu
ting attorney has been furnished
with a list of twenty, including some
of the most prominent physicians in
Chattanooga, who will be arrested
Against All Who Are for Saloons.
The executive committee of the
State Anti-Saloon League, at a
meeting held in Xashville last week,
announced that it will not, as a
league, either support or oppose
either Senator Bate or Gov. Mc
Millin, but it will bo against any
one who is for the saloon, whether
he is a Bate or McMillin man. The
league will fight even' effort to re
peal the Adams law and will seek
to extend its provisions to other
WW Mandamus the County.
The county of Madison will have
mandamus proceedings instituted
against it in a short time by the
chancery clerk, sherilf, trustees and
printers for costs in back tax cases
dismissed by the chancellor at dif
ferent times at the cost of the county
in back tax cases. The amount in
volved is about $.",000, and has been
accumulating for sevnal years. The
County Court has persistently de
clined to pay these amounts, hence
the mandamus proceedings.
Bride of Two Days Suicides.
Mrs. A. A. Maynard, a bride of
two da'S, committed suicide in the
Seventeenth district of Madison
county last week by taking a dose
of strychnine. She left a letter to
her husband saying she did not love
him and asked his forgiveness. The
letter stated she did not expect for
giveness in the hereafter and that
when he read it she would probably
be in hell.
Suicide Leaves Confession.
James L. Householder, who com
mitted suicide in Knoxville last
week, left a statement that he com
mitted the crime because he aided
in-killing a man named Taylor in
Atlanta two years ago, and that of
ficers were hunting him. He was
18 years old and a resident of
Whiskey Caused the Trouble.
Ed. Cresap was severely stabbed
in the back by Taylor ("ounce, at
Con nee, Hardin county, last weel:.
Whisky caused the trouble.
Last week an attempt was made
to assassinate Sewel Tribble of Il
linois, who is visiting his mother-in-law,
Mrs. Dixons, near Gallatin.
The shooting occurred about 8
o'clock, when some miscreant fired
through' a window at Tribble, the
ball taking effect in the left arm,
but resulted only in a slight wound.
The weapon used was evidently a
cheap pistol, as Mr. Tribble was
near the win rw and powder stains
showed the r sassin was very near.
Made a Rich Haul.
Enville, sixteen miles east of Hen
derson, the county seat of Chester
county, was thrown into great excitement-
last week over the discov
ery that the two leading stores, M.
II Bishop & Co., and Sewell &
Co., had been burglarized, both
safes cracked and cash amounting to
about $2,S0O stolen. The work was
done during the night, and so
cjuietly that no one was aroused. It
was the work of professionals, who
left no clue as to their identif.
LITTLE TALES OF KINGS.
King Alfonso is giving his subjects
lessons in agriculture.
Since his throat trouble. Emperor Wil
liam has changed his voice, modulating
It so as to reduce tba pressure on th
vocal chords. He now speaks in a some
what lower pitch, his throat specialists
having explained to him the theory of
voice production, which he has prac
ticed with considerable success.
Kink Edward made a fresh manifesta
tion of his tact and kindliness recently
by sending a letter inquiring as to the
condition of a member of parliament
who had undergone an operation for
appendicitis. The king said that as
he had been subjected to a severe opera
tion for the same malady, he had a fel
low feeling for all who had to endure
similar suffering. His act was the more
noteworthy from the fact that the mem
ber is a prominent representative of a
party which does not look with favor
on kings or'on an aristocracy.
Victor Emmanuel III. of Italy is one
of the least kingly among European
rulers. In person homely, awkward in
manner, and exceedingly shy in com
pany, he thoroughly detests tie dreary
tomfoolery of court life, though he loy
ally refrains from shirking any of the
duties falling to his position. He has
no fondness for appearing in military
uniforms, nor does he imagine that he
is an able general simply because on oc
:asion he has to wear the habiliments
of a soldier. His majesty is very well
read in science and literature, and is
never so contented as when in the com
pany of his wife. His court is the most
democratic in Europe.
Six thick thistle sticks.
Flesh of freshly fried flying fish.
The sea ceassth, but it sufflcettt us.
Givo Grimes Jim's great gilt glg
whip. Two toads totally tired1 tried to trot
She stood at the door of Mrs. Smith's
fish-sauce shop welcoming him in.
Strict strong Stephen Stringer
snared slickly Eix sickly silky snakes.
Susan shineth shoes and socks; socks
and Ehoe shines Susan. She ceaseth
shining Ekoes and socks, for socks and
shoes shock Susan. Woman's Home
-Good Xewi from Minnesota.
Lukefield. Minn., Jan. 4. Mr. William E.
Gentry of this place is one of tne best-known
and most-liigaly respected men in Jackson
County. Tor 45 years he has suffered with
Kidney Trouble and now at 77 years of age
he has found a complete cure and is well.
His cure is remarkable because of the
length of time he had been siiilering. Cases
Df 40 vears' standing might be considered
incurable, but the remedy that cured Mr.
Gentry sems to know no limit to its cura
'.ive power. Mr. Gentry pays:
"I have suffered with misery in my back
for about 43 years and had all the trouble
some svmptoms of Kidney and Urinary dis
ease. 1 tried various kinds of remedies, but
all to no effect until I tried Dodd's Kidney
Pills. Now I have no pain in my back and
feel quite well in every way.
"I am 77 years of age and 1 feel better
than 1 have for the last 40 years. 1 attribute
it all to Dodd's Kidney Tills."
p-heIn truth, I think he is neglect ir.g his
business to court the rich widow.
le0, I think not. II:s business is to
make money, and she has plenty of it.
Moravian Barley and Spelts,
two great cereals, makes growing and
fattening hogs and cattle possible in Dak.,
Mont., Ida., Colo., yes everywhere, and
add to above Salzcr's Billion Dollar Grass,
Tcosinte, -which produces SO tons of green
i'okler per acre, Saler's Earliest Cane,
taker's 69 Day Oats and a hundred of
other rare farm seeds that they offer.
JUST CUT THIS CUT AXD BETUKN IT
with 10c in stamps to the John A. Salzer
Seed Co., La Crosse, Wis., and get their
big catalog and lots of farm seed cam
ples. K. Ij.
Cbeerfulners is an offshoot of gcodncs
and of AvisJom. liovee.
I'ad men excuse their faults, good nice
will lcLve them. Johnson.
"I tame near marrying that gill once."
"Did her parents object?''
Happiness is an equivalent for all trou
blesome things. Epicietus.
Worry is the worst wolf that comes to
our doors. Chicago Tribune.
Even in a restaurant a man may re
veal bis religion. Ham's Horn.
Luxury is apt to transform pleasures into
burdens. Chicago Daily News.
The man who puts his heart in his work
is using good material. Tuck.
The religion of s-ncoe.-s is never success
ful in religion. Chicago Tribune.
A man may be won by flattery; he can
be retained only by cookery. Life.
"Some men," said Uncle Ebeu, "says dey
don't care fur money, when as a matter of
faek dey means dey ain't able to takecaie
of it." Washington !Star.
"Yon say you saw my sister at a recent
wedding?" "Yes. It wasn't very long
ago." Tut 1 don't remember that she
mentioned you." "Very likely. I waa
only tbs groom." Cleveland Pln Dealer.
Daujtrrona for Him.
Mrs. Church Did you ever catch ynui
Mrs. Gotham That's the way I did catch
bim. Stray Stories.
Town Against Town.
"Is it true," asked the funny individual
from Cleveland, "that trains don't -ttop
at Cincinnati unle.o they arc flagged?''
"Well, even if it is true, it might be
worse," aid the Cincinnati man. "I un
derstand they never Mop at Cleveland T7e
cause the engineers can't see the place."-
Mrs. r. Brunzel, wife of P. Brunzel,
stock dealer, residence Sill Grand Ave.,
Everett, Wash., says: "For fifteen
years i sunereci wun
terrible pain in my
ba&k. I did not know
what it was to enjoy a
night's rest and arose
in the morning feel
ing" tired and unre
freslied. My suffer
ing1 sometimes was
When I finisied the.
first box of Doan's
Kidney fills I f el t like
a different woman. I
continued until I had
taken five boxes."
Doan's Kidney Pills
act very effectively, very promptly, re
lieve the aching1 pains and all other
annoying difficulties. Foster-Milburn
Co., Buffalo, X. Y. For sale by all
druggists, price 50 cents per box.
iif iirai if iisiw
Uses Pe-ru-nain His Family
For ColdsKJanil Grip. .
A Letter From The
Peruna is known from the Atlantic to
the Pacific. Letters of congratulation
and commendation testify ingf to the
merits of Peruna as a catarrh remedy
are pouring in from every State in the
Union. Dr. Hartman is receiving- hun
dreds of such, letters daily. All classes
write these letters, from the highest to
The outdoor laborer, the indoor arti
san, the clerk, theeditor, thestatesman,
the preacher all agree that Peruna is
the catarrh remedy of the age. The
stage and rostrum, recognizing catarrh
as their greatest enemy, are especially
enthusiastic in their praise and testi
mony. Any man who wishes perfect health
must be entirely free from catarrh. Ca
tarrh is well nigh universal; almost om
nipresent. Peruna is the only absolute
safeguard known. A-cold is the be
ginning of catarrh. To prevent colds,,
to cure colds, is to cheat catarrh out of
its victims. Peruna not only cures ca
tarrh, bu t preventsit. Every household
should be supplied with this great rem
edy for coughs, colds and so forth.
The Governor of Oregon is an ardent
admirer of Peruna. He keeps it con
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I REPEATING RIFLES Jp
No matter what your preferences are about a rifle,
some one or the eight ditterent wmcnesier muucia
will suit you. Winchester Rifles are made in calibers suits-
ble for shooting any game, from raDDirs 10 gnzxiy ucuio,
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Pl? WINCHESTER REPEATING
With the cares of business behind him,
and thoughts of wife and baby in .is
suburban home occupying his m.nd to the
exclusion of everything ele; Hilltop hurried
down Chambers street to the ferry. lie
pausea for a moment at a busy crossing ju .
as a truck laden with keg-s of lresh V ermont
maLle sirup backed heavily against the curb.
Down came a tub from the top-nsofct tier and
broke with a dull, sickening thud at Hill
top's feet. He looked in dismay at his sirup
covered feet and trousers and exclaimed:
"Here's a pretty mess!' .
Well," responded the driver, it s not
on rue." N. Y. Times.
Mr. Ireland "This book on swimming is
very useful in sudden emergencies." Mrs.
Ireland "Is it?" Mr. Ireland "I should
sav so. If you are drowning, turn to page
103 and there you'll see how to save jour
self." Glasgow Evening Times.
Men often make up in wrath what they
want in reason. Alger.
They are needed by every man
who owns a field and a plow, and
who desires to get the most out
They arer. Send postal card.
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Governor of Oregon.
tinually in the house. In a recent let
ter to Dr. Hartman, he says:
State of Oregon, )
Executivk Department, I
The Peruna Medicine Co., Columbus, O.:
TnrfZ'im 1 have hadoccasion to uso
your Peruna medicine in my family
for colds, and It proved to Dean excel
lent remedy. I hare not nsa occasion
to use it for othcr.nllments.
Yours very truly, W. M. Lord.
It will be noticed that the Governo
says he has not had occasion to use Pe
runa for other ailments. The reason
for this is, most other ailments begin
with a cold. Using Peruna to promptly
cure colds, heprotectshisfamily against
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Use it for coughs, colds, la grippe, Hnd
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being wen mace anu nmou,
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