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ACHED IN EVERY BONE.
Chicago Society Woman Who Waa So Sick
She Could Wot Sleep or Eat, Cured
" by Doan's Kidney Pills.
Marion Knight, f S3 N. Ashland
Orator of the
ter when I
started to use
Pills I ached
in every bone
and had in
tense pains in
uriue was thick and cloudy and I could
hartly cat enouprh food to live. I felt a
u-hanpe for the better within a week.
The second week I began eating heart!'
ly. I began to improve generally and
before seven weeks had passed I was
-well. .1 bad spent hundreds of dollars
for medicine that did not help me, but
worth of Doan's Kidney Pillsrestored
me to perfect health."
A TUIAti TREE-Address Foster-
Mi) burn Co., linffalo, N. Y. For sale
hy ll dealers-: Tr:::s't 50 j'.u.i.
The Unknown Great.
"Wasn't a famous man born around
ftere somewhere?" asked a sight-seeing
visitor in CaldjveU, N. J.
"Huh?" queried his driver.
"Wasn't a former president of the
TJiUted States born in this neighbor
"H-m. Not as I ever heerd of. What
was his name?"
'"Cleveland Groyer Cleveland."
"Was he president?"
"Yes, indeed twice?"
"Sho! An was he born up here?"
"There goes .Jim Duggs. I'll . ask
him. Hi, Jim!"
"Mr. Duggs sauntered up.
"Hid you ever hear about a man
beia' president up here feller named
"Naw. He lived in Brooklyn or
boiuewhere, didn't he?"
"He lived in Buffalo," explained the
visitor.. "He was born in Caldwell."
' "f never knowed anybody by that
name," -replied Jim Duggs, "an I've
lived here thirty years."
"Cues you must be mistook. Mister,'
Raid the driver. "If there'd ever. beer
a president In these parts Jim'd ha'
knowed about it long ago'-Exehange
The Persistent Appendage.
Once upon a time there w$s .a
primordial cell of protoplasm that put
oat a short, slender thread, which it
wiggietk -and then-rejoiced in a tail.
After that came a fish, and a saurian,
and a bird, and the long list of mam
mala, to the monkey.
' "Behold!" said the scientist among
the monkeys, "all living creatures are
troubled with tails, and the higher
civilization the longer the tails."
Then one of his auditors insisted
that they had cousins, called men, who
had no tails.
"We will see." answered the scien
tist. "Go where the men are and veri
fy your statement If you can."
The other monkey weut, and after a
"At first I thought that I was right,"
he reported, "but I must admit that I
was wrong, for after hearing the men
talk I learned that each one had an
extremely long tale of woe."
Moral A. tail by any other spelling
may be as long. New York Herald,
"There goes Roxhaui. Every time 1
think of that man's financial embar
rassment it makes r.io yearn to help
him." "Financial embarrassment?"
' Yes; he's got so much money he
doesn't know what to do with it."
Catholic Standard and Times.
JUST ONE DAY
Free from the Slugger Brought Out
"During the time I was a coffee
drinker," says an Iowa woman, "I was
d spells with my heart,
smothering spells, headache, stomach
trouble, liver and kidney trouble. I
did not know for years what made me
have those spells. I would frequently
eink away lit though my last hour had
"i''or 27 years I suffered thus and
used bottles of medicines enough to
eet up a drug store capsules and pills
and everything I heard of. Spent lots
of money but I was sick nearly all
the time. Sometimes I was so nervous
I could not hold a plate in my hands;
and other times 1 thought I would
feurely die sitting at the table.
"This went ca until ebout two years
ago when one day I did not use any
coffee and I noticed I was not so nerv
ous and told my husband about it. He
had been telling me that it might bs?
the coffee but I said; 'So. I have been
drinking coffee all my life ?ud t
cot be.' But after this I thought 1
would try and do without It and drink
tot water. I did this for several days
tmt got tired of the hot water and
iwent to drinking coffee and as soon
as I began coffee again I was nervous
again. This proved that it was the
coffee that caused my troubles.
"We had tried Postum but had not
made it right and did not like it, but
now I decided to give it another trial
so I read the directions on the package
carefully and made It after these di
rections and it was simply delicious,
fo we quit coffee for good and the re
sults are wonderful. Before, I could
not sleep, but now I go to bed and
fcreep sound, am not a bit nervous now
but work hard and can walk miles.
Nervous headaches are gone, my heart
does not bother me any more like It
did and I don't have any of the smoth
ering spells and would you believe It?
I am getting fat. We drink Postum
now and nothing else, and even my
husband's headaches have disap
peared; we both sleep Bound and
healthy now and that's a blessing."
Iame given by Postum Co., Battle
Look for the book, "The Road to
RVellville in each pkg.-
The T'nitel States department of
agriculture, in a" review of crops and
crop conditions in Tennessee, issued
last week, savs:
"Good saowers fell during the week,
mostly during the first and last days.
These showers were pretty generally
distributed over the eastern division,
and the eastern half of the middle di
vision. "In l he western half of the State the
showers were more scattered, and in
many sections there was not sufficient
fall to relieve the needs of growing
crops. As a rule, however, there Is
but - little complaint, and the present
outlook is decided!; encouraging. This
i'? especially true of the early por
tion of the corn crop, which is' re
ported to be exceptionally fine and
promising at this period of its growth.
Most of it is 'already secure, especiaily
since the rains of the week and in
hii few places is it reported to be
otherwise than in fitie condition; the
later portion of the crop is very prom
ising, as a rule,' and 'With- continued
favorable conditions, will . fully mert
"Cotton is reported generally In
good condition. In a few of the west
ern counties there are complaints "of
shedding forms, caused by dry weath
er, but, as a rule, the outlook is much
more favorable than it was a few
'.'Tobacco Is needing more rain for
Its proper development in some sec
tions, otherwise the crop is.in gooJ"
condition and remarkably .free foin
"Large quantities of fine hay have?
been saved. Pea and millet hay is be-"
ing harvested, and good crops of both
are reported. Meadows and pastures
art fine. .
"Sweet potatoes and .the .second
crop of Irish potatoes are doing well.;
also other minor crops and gardeir
products. . t
"In many sections fruits are pleat!-,
ful. In some places apples are repart
ed dropping and grapes rotting. Tur
nip sowing has been in progress and.
the early plantings are coming up.
"Plowing for the fall seedings is
. . "With good crops of wheat and.
oats already secure, ami a fine corn.
crop in sight, the outlook is more en-.
couraging than usual."
Democrat and Republican Tie.
A "curious situation lias developed
in Anderson county, wlcrea canvass
of the returns of the election phows
that AW 1. Massengill, Republican,
and Charles Cross. Democrat, have
tied for trustee, each having received
1,188 votes. Under the oW law jt
was the dut of the sheriff of the
couiitr in the case of a tie vote, to
cast the deciding vote, hut the regis
tration commissioners, feeling that
this power of the sheritf has now
been delegated by law to them, cast
the vote in favor of the Democratic
candidate and .declared him elected.
Massengill has employed counsel
and will contest.
Light Vote in Davidson County.
All of the returns for the election
in Davidson county have been re
ceived. The total vote polled for
the register's office was only 3,-10.2 '
for trustee, .1,4 JH votes; for sheriff,
3.391, and for tax assessor, 3,508
There was no opposition whatever
to any candidate ex-opt in the regis
ter's race, and this was a walk-over
for Dr. William Morrow, the Demo
cratie candidate. Dr. Morrow re
ceived 2,845 votes, while his inde
pendent opponent, G. W. Cooper, re
ceived only 617 votes.
Shelby Stands First
For the first time in years, per
haps in the history of the State,
Shelby county returns the largest as
sessment, leading Davidson county
by nearly $3,000,000. The latter
has, however, the largest amount of
personalty assessed. The personal
property of Davidson count v is as
sessed at $10,109,310; that of Shel
by county at $., 13.01. 1. The total
assess-incut for Davidson county is
placed at $:?,201,2 JO : that of Shel
by county foots up 55,88.1,850.-
They 'Worked" the Boys.
The women of Antioe, in Mont
gomery county, determined to have
good roads to the churches. They
prepared ice cream, lemonade and
cake, and gave road-making parties.
The men attended in droves, worked
the roads for eight hours each day,
and told stories to the girls during
the recess for refreshments. The
roads, now, are in excellent shape.
The plan of these good women
should be followed by others.
Violations of the Four-Mile Law.
McMinnville is stirred up over
the open way in which the four-mile
law has been violated during the
days preceding the election. Where
ever a crowd gathered, there, too,
went lots of whisky, very little of
which was given away. The sober
element of. the town is indignant
because arrests were not made. They
are abiding the meeting of the grand
jury in order to ask for indictments
against the guilt-.
Turning Jackson Upside-Down
Mayor H. C. Anderson, of Jack
son, is turning the old town up-side-down
ia hi3 efforts to clean the
streets and scour the back yards. The
mayor had asked the council for
$1,000 with which to advertise Jack
son. It was refused on the grounds
of poverty. He says the next best
thing is cleanliness, and he will have
that, if he has personally to stick his
head over every back yard fence in
Eqaulization Board in Session.
The board of equalization ap
proved the assessments in a number
of counties. .In several countie.3
where-there Avere appeals or com
plaints filed, the assessments were
passed.-. The board will probably
ask for some explanation for the
large decrease in thr assessment of
Loudon county. Hie West Ten
nessee counties, in which the assess
ments Mere approved, and the
amounts of the assessments for this
year and ai the last biennial assess
ment are as follows: Carroll. lt02,
$2,881,83:; 1!)1, : $2.030.745 ;
Crockett, $1,505,580 and $1,508,
400: Dver, $1,010,005 and $l'.121i
411: Fayette, $2,7:3,101 and $2.
002.841: Gibson, $5,280,027 and
$5,808,025; Hardeman. $2,131,508
and $2,153,852; 1 la vwood, $2,003,
211 . and $2,8 1 1 .001 ; Ienderson,
$1,325,085 and $1,413,002; Henry,
$3,315,320 and $3,012,41,0; Humph
reys, $1, 805.4 44 aud $i;i)7C,031:
Lauderdale, $3,000,000 aud $3,454,
30?. The assesmcnt of Madison
county was among those passed. The
assessment there is less than that
of Montgomery, although the popu
lation and acreage are nearly the
sanie and it is less than half that of
Maury county, where the population
is less".' The board will doubtless at
tempt to ascertain a reason for this
condition. . The total increase -in
the assessment over the State will
he twenty-five million dollars. Shel
.by county leads all others in the
amount of increase, the assessment
.in that county being more than $0,-"
000,000 in excess 'of the assessment
for 1002, Vhich was $40,705,705. .
The board will-hardly be able to
finish its uork before the first of
September, if then. .
J. C. Kemp Dropped Dead.
' John C. Kemp dropped; dead at
,his home three miles west of I.uth
erforda few, days tince. lie was
going from the barn to the house
when he fell and expired immediate
ly from heart failure. Mr. Kemp
was a prominent farmer and saw
mill man of that section". He was
ahemt 55. years of age. and is sur
vived by a widow and several grown
Sack of Tobacco Causes Murder.
A murder is reported from the
Fifth district of Hancock county
and a missing sack of tobacco, was
the cause. The tobacco lay on a
cOuntor in Buttry's store, rales
tine. -Wesley was 'accused by John
Tyler and Seed Cody of having re
moved it. The two men opened fire
on Wesley and he was instantly
killed. The men made their escape.
Hon. John W. Morton's Plans.
Secretary of State John W. Mor
ton has stated that he will recom
mend at the meeting of the secre
taries at St. Louis that all corpora
tions be required to make annual
reports to the State, as to their fi
nancial, condition. A small revenue
would in this way come into the
State treasury by the filing of the
Crop Census to Be Compiled.
A census of crops will be included
in the next crop report of W. W.
Ogilvie, State commissioner of agri
culture, which will be gotten out in
the fall. This census will include
the amount of grain threshed, and
the amount of cotton baled. Esti
mates will also be gotten on corn,
hay and root crops.
Prisoners slide to Safety.
Will Hamilton and a man named
Richardson, prisoners at the Wil
liamson county jail, cut their way
through the wall of the prison at
Franklin last week and fled. After
cutting the wall, the men slid to
safety down a flue on a pair of blan
kets and have not been seen since.
Stave Factory Burned.
Tha stave factory at Dresden
burned last week, everything being
a total loss. The factory was the
property of Sam Shannon, of Ken
ton, and makes the second factory
he. has had burned at Dresden in
the past, three years. His loss is
estimated at about $2,000.
Blow to Sunday Selling.
Judge Cooper has dissolved the
injunction granted by Judge Gallo
way to restrain officers from closing
up soda founts at Covington on Sun
day. : -
No Progressive Euchre in Theirs.
At a quilting party near Mount
Pleasant a few days ago the good
wives of the community not only
made the covering of the quilt, but
also finished it completely. Then
these pleasant old ladies turned in
and emulated their more fashion
able sisters of the large cities by
playing cards, the new-made quilt
being the prize. The game was not
progressive cchre, however, but
And It Will Be a Success.
The ladies of Sumner county have
taken such conspicuous interest in
the county, fair to be given during
the latter days of August that the
management has set aside one whole
building to be known as the Wom
an's building. The floral hall will
be doubled in size, owing to this
same spirit of activity among the
women of the county. " When the
ladies come earnestly to the front,
success alwa3s follows.
VALUE OF HUMAN LIVES.
Some-Pertinent Suggestions Anent th
Duty of American Railroads.
The startling- information is con
veyed in the report of the interstate
commerce commission, relating to
railroad accidents, that during 190"
there were 9,810 fatalities in America
from this cause. It is shown that
deaths from railroad accidents in th.s
country average one person to every
2.000,000 that travel, while In Great
Britain the rate is one death to every
4S.000.000 passengers. The railroad
of Great Britain and Ireland in 19G3
carried 1,131,83C,000 passengers, and
of these but 123 were killed aud 1.912
itjured. During the same year Ameri
can railroads carried only 604,891,535
passengers, and out of these there
were S55 killed and 8.231 injured.
These figures also include employes.
The commission reports that since
the adoption of the airbrake the fatal
Iiies from accidents havebeen rpduced
32 per- cent. There are thousands of
freight trains running every day
throughout the country without this
seemingly necessary appliance. Law.
enforcing the use of airbrakes exist
ii. many States, and the recommen
dation is made that it, become' n na
From the appalling record as shown
by the interstate comn.vrce commis
sion, it would appear that some reat
railroad corporations hold the value of
human lives too lightly. Hundreds of
iiinocent children, affectionate wives
erd mothers, intelligent and invalu
able men are hurled into eternity in
an instant; any why? It is because of
negligence on the part of the railroad
companies? If so, then there must
be a remedy, and that remedy nr.-st
be reached through the laws of our
land.. Modern appliances would pre
vent many accidents These appli
ances are in the shape of airbrakes,
electric safety switches, block sys
tems, crossing signals and many other
contrivances that go towaFd reducing
For years efforts have been made
. various States to have enforced
laws that would compel the companies
to adopt systems tending to reduce
the number of accidents, but ir? some
instances theie efforts have l.cen met
with strong opposition. Denver News
The Care That Prevented a Horror.
A train was running away down a
steep grade on Saluda Mountain in
North Carolina. The speed increased
M'ith every foot traveled. The air
brakes would not work. Trainmen
were helpless, passengers in a statd
of hopeless fear.
Just at the moment when the worst
was expected he train ran up a short
icclino and stopped. The next rncm
Ing in the New York "papers, in place
of the lists of the dead and Injured
that might have been, there was the
story of how a safety-switch had
worked and had saved many lives.
This was a story of preparation.
The railroad company in North Caro
lina knew of certain dread possibilities
on its route. It provided against them
and has reaped in the happy conclu
sion of a terribly threatening incident
the reward for its forethought. .
When the Slocum took fire in the
East river the first fact revealed about
the boat was lack of preparation
against the horror then impending.
Yet the possibility of what was hap
pening had been demonstrated many
times with what should have been
everlasting force in the case of the
What is the difference ir. tho edu
cation of passenger-carrying corpora
tion which brings it about that in
North Carolina they take c?.ro while
in New York they take chances?
New York World, July 9, 1904.
As It Was Intended.
A certain clergyman reports the fol
lowing incident as occurring just in
side the entrance to one of the largest
and most popular New York churches
during a crowded service.
It was during the reading of a pray
er, and the entire congregation were
kneeling. A man of rough appear
ance, evidently unused to ecclesiasti
cal surroundings, strolled through the
open doors and stared in apparent
wonderment at the silent and kneal
Ing congregation. He looked a mo
ment, then, turning to the sexton, who
stood nearby, remarked, briefly:
"Well, this beats the devil!"
The sexton turned a serene ey-s oa
"That is tho intention," he replied.
"Well, old boy, is this hot enuh
"I should say not."
"What! Goodness, gracious, man,
what's the matter with you?"
"Nothing. I just bought out an ice
Trie Summer Resort Appetite.
Waiter Girl (with rising inflection)
Chicken pot pie, roast leg of lamb
Summer Boarder All three!
An Atchison husband hovered at
fieata's door so. long his wife remarked
that she supposed he was having bis
usual trouble finding the keyhole. (
During the years 1902 and 1903
ocean-going steamers of nearly 100,
000 tons were added to the United
States, mercaatile marine.
The true solcjier 13 always ready tc
help put a stop to the fighting.
Flattery Is a sort of bad money, U
which vanity gives currency."
The woman a man may occasionally be
brought to acknowledge as. his mental equal
always sympathizes with his love for base
ball, ana doesn't inquire how much he
lost in poker. Philadelphia Ledger.
fimMm IEMI1 farn m Emmum
To cure, or money refunded by your merchant, so why not try
CAVED FOR THE FISH TRADE
H Had Too Ifuch Intellect to-
"Hore Away" on
The fish-man drove into tie yard a few
tEs fter tie nw summer residents had
taken r8ion of their home, acd eeeing
an open door he stepped ia and tontrootea
the mistress of the home, relates Youth's
lorn pan ion.
"Gettin' settled, I a'pose," he jsid, agree
aoiy, aliowmg hi gaze to wander from two
u.n-unpacj-ed trunks to a table loaded with
miscellaneous articles. "Well, U
time, take your time; there's pleuti
here! I understand your huband
miscellaneous articles. "VVe . tak vonr
leuty of it up
band's a doc-
h-e 1, said tlie summer resident,
spite of warnings from city r.eieh-
bors that she had 1 tr'f ti-
ness of spirit under questioning, wa unable
p"t,InucJl cordiality into her tone.
Well, now, I come near bein' a doctor,"
aid the fish-man, ttill with a wander jLg
gaze. "My. folks wanted 1 should be one. all
exceptin of an aunt that had money, and
was looked to to help me out financially if I
took up with a profession. She spent one
summer here, and she made a teg'lar study
f my character an' part, and at the end of
the season she up an' told my folks that
twouldn't do, I must go into business.
" 'That boy has got too much intellect f3
be hove away 011 a doctor," she aid; those
were her very word. Now how would you
like a couple o' good mack'rcl all lit up'aa'
ready for the br'iler?" - .
Think It Over. .
Urander Matthews was at the 'phone the
other day bidding good-by to a friend who
was' to sail the next day for Europe.
"I sail to-morrow 011 the Celtic," came
ver the wire, the steamship's name being
"You'd better pronounce that Seltio." re
plied the professor of belle lettie. "If you
j vu 11 ire 11a t i u a- on
" X. Y. Times.
Agent lly dear lady, I have here a rem
edy that will absolutely cure your husband
of the alcoholic habit. Drop a little in his
Lady of the House (with indignation)
Who told you my husband drink?
"No one. I saw that in the hnloof
scratches around the keyhole in the front
door." Youngstown Telegram.
, Voice from. Arkansas.
Cleveland, Ark., August 13 (Special).-'
Nearly every newp&iief tells of some won
derful cure of some form of Kiuuey Disease
by the Great American Kemedy Dodd's
Kidnev tills, and this part of Arkansas is
not without its share, of evidence that no
case is too deeply rooted for Dodd's Kidney
Tills to cure. ' .
Mr. A. E. Carlile, well known uid highly
respected here, tells of his. cure al ter nearly
a quarter of. a century suffering. Air.
"I want to let the public know what I
think of Dodd's Kidney Tilts. I think they
are" the best remedy for sick kidneys ever
"I had Kidney Trouble for 23 years and
rever found anvthing that did me so much
good as Dodd's Kidney Tills. I recommend
them to all sufferers." '
There is no uncertain sound about Sir.
Carlile's statement. .He knows that Dodd's
Kidnev Tills rescued him from a life of suf
fering "and he wants the public to know it.
Dodd's Kidnev Pills cure all Kidney ills
from Baekachelo Ei ight's Disease.
His rich uncle
just died. "I am
undeciceri, lie mi'.etl,
as re nngereu over
a bis; roll of bul
whether to go
Louis and live at
a Kotci, ouy an
mobile and let the garuge people repair it.
or purchase & nice becmeaK. Cleveland
One of the, largest and most noticeable
business signs' een anywhere is tnat of the
National Casket 'o. on their mammoth new
factory at Nashville, Tenn., made on a wire
frame with aluminum letters six feet high
and one hundred feet long, which can be read
from a long distance by day, and, where re-
Froduced in electric lights, can be read even
urther at night.
This is the concern that is called ontofor
ish caskets for the most prominent people
everywhere, including among its recent or
ders, caskets for Tresidents William McKin
lev, Benjamin Harrison and the late lament
ed Gen. John T. Gordon," and jet whose
goods can be had through the smallest un
dertaker in every town.
From the fact that they are called onto
furnish cakets for the best citizens every
where, there must be some merit in their
claim that their goods are the best, and the
south should he proud to Lave a branch of
such a high-class establishment within her
"My ancestors came over iu the Mayflow
er." said the young woman who boasts.
''Yes," answertd Mrs. Tackir.baui. of Chi
cago; "I understand that travel was very
cheap on that boat." Washington StaiT
For Your Perfect Comfort
At the St. Louis Exposition, which is very
severe upon the feet, romemberto take along
aboxof Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder forHot,
Tired. Aching, "Swollen Feet. Sold by all
druggists, 2)c Don't accept a bubstitute.
"Yes," taid the tencher, "you must al
ways remember that all liar will have their
portion in the lake that burneth with fire
and brimstone." The little scholar looked
thoughtful. Suddenly he exclaimed: "That
aettles paw's hash; he goes hshin' twice a
week!" Atlanta Constitution.
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weakness and bearing-down pains, caused by womb trouble. -MY appe
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Mrs. Phikham Tells How Ordinary Tasks Produce Displacements.
a r.MVit in TvoTn&ii'a d&ilv life frequently produce
displnts of the womb, A Blip on
standing at a counter, running- a bewmg- macume, w -n.- r .7.
ordinary tasks may result in displacement, and a train of serious evils is startea.
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If the sli-rhtest trouble appears which you do not understand
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