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vjl ,?-,'- -si r: n , 5 . - Twenty-first Year. JOHNSON CITY, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 12. 1905. Whole Number IIC9 mil. r ALL GI1ILDR! nt birth inherit a preciispo , sition to bodily ills nnd ail ments more or less serious. The stomach and .bowels are tho most prolific sources of ill 'health. They are tfte hotbeds of disease, and because less at tention is given them, more evil can be traced i directly to them 'than to any other organs of the body. Where there'is the least indication of trouble or you are feeling out of sorts, Dr. Caldwell's (Laxative) ' Syrup Pepsin should be taken fit once. It is the best preparation for the stom ach and bowels. If they are all out of order, it will eradicate the trouble, tone up the parts and restore them to their natural con dition. DR. CALDWELL'S SYRUP PEPSIN communicates itself to the whole system and its beneficial and curative effects are pronounced and instantly experienced. It will keep you in good health. DR. CALDWELL'S SYRUP PEPSIN can be obtained in both dollar and half dollar sizes from all druggists. Your money will bo refunded If It (Joes not benefit you. Your postal card request will brine by return tnnil our new booklet, "DR. CALDWELL'S HOOK OF WONDERS" nnd free sample to those who have never tried this wonderful remedy. Write for it today. PEPSIN SYRUP CO. Montlccllo, Illinois Sold by U. G. .Miller and City Drug Company. THAD. A. COX, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW AND SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY Special attention to abstracts and title.. Rooms 6 and 7. Ilarr-Burrow Building J. ICirkpatnclc. S C. William.. J, H. Bowman K rlpalrick, Will'ams & Bowman, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW AND SOLICITORS IN CHANCERY Joliuaon City. Tennessee. S. 23. MILXiEIR, Attobney at Law and Solicitor in Chancery, JOHNSON CITY, " - , TENNESSEE Special attention to Collections. DR. O. A. MoCLAIN, Pnysu'iAx ani Sitroron. Office 13 roivu building. Ilonrs 7:; U to 11:30 a. ni. 1:00 to 4:30 p.m. i nt Office 248. Phonesj Residence 200, K S. Miller, Jr., M. D W J Miller M. D DRS. MILLER, Physicians and Surgeons. Office Room. 5 and 6 Opera House Building, (lours 7 to 8 a in., 12 to 2 p 111., 6 to 8 p. m, Dr. K S. Miller's -esidence King street. Dr W J. Miller's residence Watauga aventu near Roan street. D. A. VINES, Attorney-at-Law, JOHNSON CITY, - TENNESSEE. Practices in all the Courts of Tennessee. City Barber Shop. Run bv ftrsl-olivss white workmen. We want tiil nrn trymtt to Kluvate th Hurber Profos Tn In Johnson City. Come and see us. Patronize your own Color md help ihose that are deserving of yeur pat untwe. Yours respectfully, Rtmell & Hamsch, Props. Corner Mtflr and Buffalo Streets. FASHIONABLE BARBER AND HAIRDRESSER PoMW and NiUlsfiietory snrvtoe accorded to J1 patrons. Next door to IMedmont Hotel. Pull lino choice brands of Clears. 'ALLRIGHT" BARBERSHOP LOCATED In'tHB CITY HOTEL HOT AND COLD BATHS CLEAN TOWELS POIt CUSTOMERS MASSAGE A SPKCIALTY Yours to servo J. A. ANKROM Central Barber Shop Located iu V. O. Phillips new build in?, three doors south of water tauk. mid froutine Southern R.y. Ladies aud iMuldreu waited on at shop or residence, Massage a Specialty, Nat HyJer, Proprietor. I hnve purchasod the interest of li. Ii. Mann in the late firm of Tierce & Mann, and will conduct the bnaiuesa alone. I am prepared to do all kiuds of tinwork, roofing, guttering and renairina, upon short notice. Will h .as II L I V iVVs. ? Hfcr J That Tni make interesting figures on Warm Air Heating for any bnilding. ALL WORK GUARANTEED. Jno. F. Pierce 240 Main Street. GEN. PATTERSON Makes Opening Speech of the Gubernatorial Race. DEFINES HIS POSITION ON MATTEIfS OF STATE (10VEKNMENT. (!(iv. Cox's Record on Tt'iiipcranro and 01 her Issues and as State Revenue. Agent. Caustically Criticised. (Nashville. American.) non. M, K. Patterson, candidate for overnor from Shelby county, opened his campaign with an address at the Yendome Theater Thursday night. A larjje and enthusiastic crowd tilled the theater. It was a representative body of people, composed of men of public aud private life,froni Nashville aud va rious parts of the state, and ot many ladies. Mr. Tntteison and his party met at the Maxwell House and pro ceeded together to the theater. As the gubernatorial candidate entered he was greeted with hearty applause, which oontiuueil at intervals through the ad dress. Those attending Mr. Patterson were representative W. P. Crotzer.of Dick son county; E. L. Iliukle of Robertson county; Attorney General R. L. Teck, of Robertson county; Senator Wikle, of Williamson county; Senator Mc- Murray.county; former Representative Moore, of Davidson county; M. P. Es- tes, Davidson county; ex-Qov. McMil- lin; ex-Senator Caldwell, of Shelby county; Judge Bell, of Gallatin; Eon. Herbert Leach, of Clarksville; E. L. McNeily, of Nashville; ex-PrisoD Com missioner Denton, ex-Senator Thomp son, 01 Davidson county; ex-Uov. Buchanan, Hon. Mike Savage, of Clarksville; George L. Phillips, of Davidson county; Henry Morrow, of Nashville; W. S. Whitaker and H. L. Palmer, of Mnrfreesboro, and Litton Pardue, of Cheatham county. Mr. Patterson was introdued byE. P. Richardson, of Nashville, who said that Mr. Pattorson's address protended much for the success of "Tennessee, which his administration would as suredly bring. Mr. Richardson con demned the political machine, which, he said existed in the state, and that it should be condemned by all and ex tinguished. Mr. Patterson spoke for two .hours and ten minutes, holding his audience well. Hiss address follows. mk. Patterson's speech. I thank yon most sincerely for thia cordial welcome you have given me. But I am sure this magnificent as somblage, represented as it is by the best citizenship, by the brain and brawn of the sterling men and demo crats' of his historic city, bo rich iu memories which link the present to the past, is not so much a personal compli ment, as it signifies an interest in the principles which Lrepresent iu a con test of great importance to the people of Tennessee. Three pleasant years of my youth were spent iu Nashville as a student at Vanderbilt University, that great in stitution of learning that has done bo much for the cause of higher education iu the south. As a democratic candi- late for governor, and it being my first speech of the campaign, I may be par doned for personal references, not made in the spirit of boast, but in order that the people may know what official po aitiou I hold and whether my record has been clean aud capable, whether I have been true or untrue to public trust. I have been nominated and elected by the democratic party to two lm portant offices, the first as attorney general of Shelby county, which poei tion I held Bix years, and from which resigned after the nomination and be fore my eleotiou to congress in 1900. When I announced as a candidat for governor I coupled with it a deolin ation to again become a candidate for congress, blieving that no man had right to ruu for two oflicos at the same time, though I had every assurance of the continued confidence of of my con stituents, and that I could have receiv ed their endorsement agaiu, just as they had given it in the past. I invite investigation aud scrutiny of my official conduct whether engaged in the prosecution of crime, in the largest county of the state, involving great la bor and responsibility, or as represent ing a constituency, the equal of any in intelligence and patriotism, as a mem ber of the National House of Repie seutatives. As such I have tried not onty to rep resent the immediate wishes of my con stituency, but what I considered to be the hat aspirations aud traditions of the people of the south, and of tl e whole country. The absured if not malicious charge has been made that my candidacy has beeu inspired by an ulterior purpose to injure a candidate for the United States senate. If this charge is made in good faith those who make it must believe that I would knowingly and willfully commit an act of extreme folly against my own (Continued on Second page.; IS liMlf in m iifcui ii Fall F THMHS 1. Armstrong Shoes for Women. dorf, Dittman & Adams & Co. for Men. c3 ALL KINDS FOR OLU AND YOUNG FROM 50c. PER PAIR UP. NOTE Mr. Z. W. Snapp, an expert Shoe Fitter from Knoxville, is now with us. The Delineator fur November. With its new dress of color through out the fashion and advertising seo tione, the November Delineator pre sents a most attractive appearanoe. The Autumn fashions have a large place in the number, being illustrated and described in detail and interpreted by such authorities of dress as Helen Berkeley-Loyd and Edouard La Fon taine. The table of contents contains, among its many features of interest, an article, the second ft two, by Dr. William H. Maxwell, Superintendent of Schools, New York City, on "Edu cation for Life through Living," which 7" "r:r describes the routine of a great public 1 Pun in TrAlnnil ' IS A (IB- school. ' A Bun in Ireland" is a de lightful travel sketch by Seumas Mao Manus, the well-known Irish author. N. Hudson Moore, writes of "Tables and Sideboards" in "The Collector's Vanual," and "The Child's Dress" is the subjact of Dr. Grace Peckham Murray's paper. "The Romance of a Gospel Singer" is a timely contribution describing some interesting eventB in a At Our Tremendous Stock of J & pj jig FALL SUITS CRAVINETTES jjj TOP COATS Gj OVERCOATS S SHOES, HATS 01 ru m fj fa ru In fact, everything to wear for Men and Boys. The largest and best Stock ever displayed in the city. Gump Bros. aaaaaaaaaaaaaaiaaaaaaaaaaaa uiAinonn nArououn, THE SHOWING 11 H ti P I" tl Y" EI t i li U L J3. XL liw y ujyij Co Shoes for Women. 3. Stacy Shoes for Men. 4. t5 tS5 omas the life of Charles M. Alexander, the revivalist. The Lucky-Pieoe, Albert Bigelow Paine's novel whioh has been running in the magazine is brought to an end in this number, and "At Spin sser Farm," by Helen M. Winslow is continued. A delightful Btbry of boy life "The Exaltation of William Henry" is from the pen of Hermine Templeton. There is a great deal of interest and value to housewives in the departments, and for the little folks stories and pastimes. Saved His Life. J. W. Davenport, Wingo, Ky. , 'I want to tell writes, June 14, 1903: yon i believe Ballard's Snow Linimenl j wft(J nnder the treat i - i J ..J II... t.U t ment of two doctors, and they told me one of my lungs was entirely gone, and the other badly affected. I also had a lump on my side. I don't think I could have lived two months longer. I was induced by a friend to try Bal lard's Snow Liniment. The first ap plication gave me great relief; two fif ty cent bottles cured me sound and well. - It is wonderful medicine and I recommend it to suffering humanity." Sold by H.O.Miller. ru m m fj JLJMIf W r-:HSCKL4mBR0SSCO PRICES RIGHT. in m,t ml m ry I Wi ll 4 M 0 0F 2 Kreppen- Boyden Shoes What Woman Wants. To love. To be loved. To be told so sometimes. To have something to do. To be dealt with sincerely. To be praised onco in a while. To have her judgment respected. To be sympathetically understood. WOMAN'S WANTS-(Answers to the Above.) All she wants is love, you Bay? That shows how much you know; She wanls to Bee the matinee And to the ci: cis go; She wants a handsome diamond ring, . She wants a rope of pearls; She wants a poodle on a string, She wants some extra curls; She wants a bonnet twice a year, She wants an Euster hat; She wants to read her titlo clear Unto a stylish flat; She wants a four-seat motor car She wanrs a real Worth gown; She wants a trip to Europe, or At least to Newport town ; She wants a cask of rare cologne, She wants a diamond pin; She wants a carriage of her own To go out calling in; She wants the earth, the Milky Way, And half the stars above, And yet yon have tho nerve to Bay That all she wa ,t3 is love! -Ex. Nome would ever be lmthm fid with constipation if everyone knew how n u urully and qnickly IJurdock Blood iiit legawted uje stomacnana bow jib. f. u U-....T i..r rlivinir out of town w i,n wr iv. t be married. are going to your uncles going to your weddings, dear? And where will thsy be married ?"aBked an interested friend of the family. "Oue is to'ng to be married in Washington,'' answered the child, "and the ether in January." October Lip pincott's. Cures Winter Couh. J. E.Gover, lot N. Main St., Otta wa, Kan., writes: "Every fall it has been my wife's trouble to catch a se vere cold, and therefore cougu alt win ter long. Lait fall I got her a bottle of Horehouud Syrup. Sho used it and has beo nble to sleep soundly all night long. Whenever the cough troubles her, two or three dose" Ktopn the enngh, ard she is able t j be tip and wsil." 25c, oOo and$l at II. C. Mil ler's drug etore. Bros, McCall (Jives "Lejral" Expense of the New York Life. The New York Life's "legal"ex peuses for six years, presented to the legislative committoe by John A. McCall, are as follows: 1900 $203,702.84 for law, $80,749 for Hamilton. 1901- $212,773.C5 for law, $107,800.35 for Ilamilton. 1902 $172,0;2.37 for law, .O, 000 for Hamilton. 1903- 8254,793.95 for law, $88,120.35 for Hamilton. 1904-$172,698.42 for law, $140,077.42 for Hamilton. 1905-$87,223.Ot for law, Sl3.1fi4.00 for Hamilton. Legal expenses, total, $1,10:1,920.14. Hamilton's total, $470,927.0'J. Tho World special from Austiu, Tex , says that the permit of the New York Life Insurance Company to do busi ness in Texap, which expires in Decem ber, will not be renewed, The Times says that Nevada has revoked the license of the New York Life to do business in NeAada, to take ell'ect Oct. 18, and to hold good so long as Messrs. McCall and Perkins are officers of the company. The same paper says that Colorado will probably rule out both the New York Life and the Mutual Life, unless these companies change thoir present methods and present officers. Are Yonr Kidneys Well? Bright's Disease, Diabetes, Rheuma tism, Gout, Gravel, Dropsy Inflama tion of the Bladder, Bad Blood, and JNervons broubles caused by Kick Kid neys. Patton Drug Co.. the well known druggists of Johnson City, knows by experience that HINDIPO will cure all forms of Kidey and Nervous Troub les, and will guarantee it in all cases. Can't you afford to try it their risk? It costs you nothing if it don't do the work. Sent by mail to any address, pre paid, on receipt of 50 cents. Six boxes $2.50, under a positive guarantee. Plain Words. "Embezzlement" is the word used by Governor Folk, of Missouri, in speaking of the use of insurance com pany funds for political purposes. "Thief" is the word employed by J. Edward Simmons 'in describing that director or trustee of corporations who misuses his power for personal profit. This is no time for fine terms to var nish ugly facts. Let us call things by their right names. Gov. Folk and Mr. Simmons have set us a good exam ple. Wall Street Journal. Advance illustrations of handsome fur garments are shown in The Design er for November, bo, too, are "Tailor- Made Costumes and Toilettes," some of these being deiigned especially for those in mourning, while others are for elderly women. "Fashionable Frivolities for Feminine Fancies" pic- j tures and describes new styles in belts and bags, and "Forewords Regarding Fashions and Fabrics" displays the picturesque bolero in many forms and materials. The Millinery Lesson tolls how . to make a mourning toque, and "Points on Dressmaking" gives in struction in finishing cloth skirts. The regular styles of the month embrace every desirable garment now in vogue, from the out-of-door wrap to under wear. Two most excellent short stories are among the miscellany presented: "The Little Schemes of Mrs. Shem," and "The Face Framed in Tears," by Edith Livingston Smith. "In the Good Old Days," by Anna Stahl Allen dorf, describes in charming fashion the quaint relics of a new England town, and a companion feature is "A New England Thanksgiving Dinner," presented in a series of reproductions from photographs. The Rock Island to-day announces a very material reduction in homeseek ers' rates to its Southwestern territory Heretofore the homeseekers' rate has been fixed on a basis of approximately one fare plus two dollars for the round trip. The new rates are about 75 per cent. ! of fae regular one-way rate for the - ! round trir, and tickets carry the same - limit and all the privileges of stop i over diversQ rout9 and side-trips as at the former rato. The dates of sale are .. the first and third Tuesdays of October, November and December. Times Washington spcial says that President Boosevelt, in conversation i with Senator Simmons, of North Caro liua, said he would not allow himself to bo a candidate in 1008, and that he was as now as he was when he first made the announcement of his deter j minatiDn. lie said that the conscious ness of this unalterable resolution was the complement of his freedom when he entered on the office. It made him free to act as he thought was right, gave him great eatisfaction", and en nble.il him to enjoy hii social Hie bet t.-r than he could if he were striving for some political ambition. DtelVlttfe K Salwo For Plies, Burns, Sorest Be Sure foUJse Only Cream of Tartar, Baking Powder, Food made with alum baking powder carries alum to the Stomach unchanged. Scientists have positively demonstrated this and that such food is partly indi- geslible and unhealthful. Cy Warman has come to the front a a story-teller thrsugh his realistic rail road sketches. In the October Lippiu- cott's Magazine he appears in another aud no loss successful vein, that of an animal story. Its titlo is "Weiga of Teniagami." Soline Lamp Oil GUARANTEED NOT TO SMOKE, SMELL or EXPLODE. Made From the Tiuest Pennsylvania Crude. This oil is made by the Kimble Oil Co., of Knoxville, and is not in the trust, but it can be trusted to give a better light and the housewife more satisfaction than any oil on the market as its nee makes lamp cleaning an oc casional rather than a daily task. Try a gallon and convince yourself of its good qualities. For sale in this city by H. W. LYLE & CO. PAtiltLW'S HAIR BALSAM Cletluel "ni betutiiitl tin btlr. Promnte. A luiuri.llt ffrowth. urn Never I'.iH to Be.ti.ro Gray .'A Cure. fc.lp di iki k hair tailing ii.if 10 ill iouiqiui uv or. DENTISTRY Modern mothods and modern applf. ances saves time, money and paiD. PAINLESS EXTRACTING Fillings 50 cents and np. Gold Crowns $3.50. Bridge work $3.50 per tooth -Full set of Teeth $5.00 All Work Guaranteed. Dr. ! P. Metzger, Crouch Building 'Phone 62. THE JOY Of having a Laundry where you can Bend your linen regularly week be week and feel sure that it will be re turned to you in first-class condition can be realized. Just send na word and we will gladly ; Call for Your Laundry. And we feel confident that yon will be pleased in every particular with the re sults of our work. JOHNSON ?.N. Steam L CITY, 140 East Market Street. R. K. WILLIAMS & CO., Proprietors. gST'Phone 139 or stop theUed Wagon L H. BARRONS and Repair Shop All Work Promptly Done and Satisfaction Guaranteed. Corner Roan and Jobe Sts. '(J Wijm an