.-'in i n u 7 ' i 'i fur
I The Enterprise
In the ritlltlp Building Same Floor as Recruiting Office -
Our process of DRY CLEANING and SCRUBBING is
- giving the utmost satisfaction.
LADIES SKIRTS is our Specialty.
PHONE 489 and we will call for and deliver all goods.
GEO. E. BAKER, Proprietor
BnrjJT CiirrcH when you can cet relief
Utt i wfrE't,t Cures When AM others Fall
Salisbury, Sub Station, No. 2, Aug. 16, 1908
North Carolina, Rowan County
I, J. L. Rutty, the Deputy Sheriff of Rowan County
np.Ye beety suffering with Rheumatism for ten years, have
been confined to my bed part of the time, could not sleep
at nights and went to Hot Springs, Ark., for six weeks but
still got no relief. I have used five bottles of Breeden's
Rheumatic Cure and after taking same I can sleep at nights,
walk as good as ever and do all my work.
J. L. Ruf ty, Deputy Sheriff.
Sold Everywhere. Ask Your Dealer for, a Sample Bottle
$ 1.00 PER BOTTLE, OR SIX BOTTLES FOR $5.00
For further information, write Information Dept.
Ceased operation on December 31, 1909, In accordance with the law which
became effective on that date. This famous old Distillery, which has
been In uninterrupted operation since 1866, and Is the oldest In the United
States, has. earned and won the gold medals offered In the greatest Exposi
tions ot thuearth. The quality, purity and general excellence of "Jack
Daniel's Old No. 7" Whiskey is appreciated wherever whiskey is known,
and recommended by physicians everywhere.
16 YEARS OLD I have a few barrels of Extra Fine Old Lincoln County
Whiskey. This Is nearly 17 years old, at $3.00 per Gallon.
BRANDIES My Own Make Apple and Peach Brandies, can't be beat.
ALL MY OWN GOODS I do not buy anything from jobbers. nd I han-,
die only the whiskies and brandies I make myself, so I know they
are always pure, properly aged, and my reputation for making
high grade whiskies and brandies is safe.
I Prepay All Express Charges PRICES
White Lincoln County Whiskey, 75 proof, per gallon $3.75
White Lincoln County Whiskey, 100 proof, per gallon 3.25
Red Lincoln County Whiskey, 70 proof, per gallon 2.75
Old Whiskey, 80 proof, per gallon 3.25
Jack Daniel's No. 7, age and proof considered, per gal $3.00 to 5.00
Fino Old Blue Ribbon Whiskey, per gallon 6.00
Apple Brandy, 75 proof, per gallon 2.75
, Pure Brandy. 00 proof, per gallon . .. 3.75
Puro Apple and Peach Uraudy, old 100 proof, per gallon 5.00
Best Apricot Brandy, per gallon , 3.25
White Corn Whiskey, 75 proof, per gallon M 2.75
White Corn Whiskey, 00 proof, per gallon 3.00
White Corn Whiskey, 100 proof, prr gallon 3.25
The Yellow Corn at the same pr ices as the White Corn Whiskey
. 4 Full Quarts No. 7, prepaid 8 6.00
Isase UOOOS f 13 ku11 guarts No. 7, prepaid 15.80
No case goods Guaranteed genuine unless corks branded "Jack Daniel's
Old No. 7."
DRUM. GOODS 100 pints. 200 $-pints, $27.00 F. O. B. You want tho best,
then give my own make goods a trial order.
Jack Daniel S Hopkinsville, Ky.
v ; -T7
Whiskey for the Sick Room
should be selected with the greatest care, as much depends
upon its rich, nutritious properties and absolute purity.
You can always rely upon
THE PURE, FOOD
I " d
answering every requirement. It is distilled, aged and bot
tled with special care and for the express purpose of being used as a
healthful stimulant or tonio In tha home. SUNNY BROOK Bottled In
bond V. S. Government atatidiud (!) proof and every bottle bears
the "Green Government Stamp" showing the correct age and quantity.
Iiuht on fitting the genuine, accept no labttitutc.
SUNNY BROOK DISTILLERY CO., JeSereoo Co., M.J.
From any of the following Distributors:
Pf ul Heyman, ,1S W, 4tb St- ChattanOooa. Teon
M. Mark.ste.lr.. 123 Sycamore St Cincinnati, O.
td Imon Distilling Co.. 26-28 Main St Ewansvllle, Ind.
Tern, esse Dis. Co.. 200 Upper Third &t. E vartsville. Ind.
la jarr.s-Goodman Co. Roanoke, ta.
Heller Bros Bristol. Va
W B. Whitlow It Co' Midd Orboro, Ky.
twoboda f?ros'....- Cairo. IH.
Schiller Pro ..: ... Cairo. III.
T. a Baxter Cairo- III.
SHIPPED IN PLAIN BOXES.
J -mm. NO GOODS SHIPPED C. O. P.
"Ihy Bscs Papa Walk The Fleer
At nicMf Ilahy it restless
f ae'.'k motlwia rave s
f soothed giv
moli.on have sk-eplesa nitrnt
e your coy or
DR. FAHRNEYS .TEETHING SYRUP
vUOlN T reate.t infant e
7ir cures Constipation an
5-'Jiij Trial botde free if y
' Mad. only by
Pressing Club I
Distillery, Ho; 7,
REMITTANCE WITH YOUR ORDER.
and will not sleep. Too many father am!
because of baby' little nerves. He must
gtrl bany a aoac ot
the world. 1'r events Cholera Infantum, j
bowel troubles. 2$ cents at all druggists.
this rsper. 1
TAYLOR AFQNG SPEAKERS
"Will be Heard at the Banquet
to be Given in Honor of Justice
Lurton in New York
Washington. Feb. 17. Senator Rob
ert L. Taylor, Joseph II. Choate and
Gov. Hughes will be the principal
speakers at a banquet which the bar
of New York will give at the new As
tor on me evening oi eoruary j in
honor of justice Lurton of Tennessee,
recently elevated to the supreme bench.
The dinner will be one of the largest
and most brilliant that has been given
in New York this winter.
The announcement of Senator Till
man's probably fatal illness will be re
ceived with regret by the country. He
is one of the pictureasque figures in the
senate. However people may differ
with his views on public matters, he
has been accepted as one of the notable
members of the United States senate,
and has commanded the respect of
those who are serving with him.
Pitchfork Tillman, they called him
at one time. Fire eater the eastern
papers characterize him. Bitter in de
bate, boisterous in ridicule, but withal
he is a man of sound party judgment
who has served the state and the south
His illness comes at a time when
democracy needs her strongest men
Tillman was always aggressive in po
litical affairs of his stale and the other
states of the seaboard, and he will be
greatly missed in the senate. Mem
Antiseptic Barber Shop
W. B. REYNOLDS, Proprietor.
Hot and Cold Baths 25c.
AT All HOURS
Price & Smith
See us for L.C.Smith Iiros. Typewriters
uinee: mown liullding
Tickets on sale dally,
March I to April IS
A oomtnrtable and economical trip. Why
not go thit sprint? and Ret a borne, for exam
ple, in the fertile Sunjuaquln Valley. Land
8 till may be had there at bagoln prices.
Tbo expense Is slight Railroad fare only
111.25 from Johnson City. For an addition
al HftO you get double birth In modern San
ta Ft) tourist sleeper tfora St. Louis.
Stop-overs In Arizonla and Califo nla.
Personally - conducted excursions. Kred
Santa Fe tourist Jno. D. Carter.
service. Clil ago to Southern Pusit'r Agt..
Oil iforniii. 1. ,atdrr A. T & S I'". Ry..
thin tit,MhtrUitt II N' Pry St.
c t Corns, Bunion,
blains and all other
Foot Troubln, OUR BOOK entitled,
'Foot Ailments and Ibsir Ultimate Cures'
which explain in full each ailment. It
cause and how Instant relief may be ob
tained. Thu FREE offer ia made for
limited time only. Enclose Four Cent in
atampa to rover coat of mailing.
CHIPPEWA REMEDY CO.
O. Box No. 5 BUFFALO. N. Y.
THE LATEST AfVb BEST
A. W. FABER
Made of the purest graphite In 16 degrees
of hardness. 63 tip 811, of the utmost delica
cy oi tone, permanency, durability and In
tensity of tone. They take the finest point
obtainable of any lead pencil, are least lia
ble to wear, therefore more lasting than
any others. Sold by all stationers and
dealers In artists' materials. Sample seat to
all parties interested on receipt of 10 cents
in postpuge stamps.
A. W. FABER
49 Dickertoa St. Mewark, New Jersey
SCOTCH COLLIE DOGS
The Farmer's Friend
and The Townsman's Pet
Fnps for sale for registered stock. Guar
anteed pure-bred Kacb pup elllultle to
registration. Pediirree and registratiou
blanks furnished free.
Price $7 50 to $15.00 Each
Kb3x Coiiis Eennels, Inonille, Tina.
IT'S YOUR KIDNEYS,
Dont Mistake the Cause of
Your Troubles A Johnson
City Citizen Shows
How to Cure Them
Many people never suspect their kid
neys. ' If suffering from a lame, weak or
aching back they think that it is only a
nniscular weakness; when urinary trou
ble se.ts in they think it will soon correct
itself. And so it is with all other symp
toms of kidney disorders. That Is just
whore the danger lies. You must cure
these troubles or they may lead to dia
betes or Uright's disease. The best
remedy to use is Doan's Kidney Pills.
It cures all Ills which are caused by
weak or diseased kidneys. Johnson City
people testify to permanent cures.
L. S. Jones, electrician, Main street
Johnson City, Tenn., says: "I know tha
Doan Kidney Pills uro a remedy of
Ki-eat merit. I used them for backache
and their curative powers were proven
to uiu. I procured Doau's Kidney Pill
at the Orey-Sprowl Drug Co., and do
not hesitate to recommend them as a
remedy worthy of a trial by all sufferer
from kidney trouble." (J
For sale by all dealers. Prlcn 50 cents,
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York
sole agonts for the United States.
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.
Some people can'teveu do their duty
without patting themselves on the
From Johnson City
to practically all
points in Washing
ton, Oregon, Cali
fornia .ind British Columbia.
Rates $41.30 to 146.75, accord
ing to destination commencing
March 1 and
Dafly Until April 15
Tickets et these rates are good in
tourist sleeping cars, which are
thoroughly comfortable and have
all the conveniences of the pal
ace sleeper at one-half the cost.
Also good in reclining chait
cars, seats free.
Through Tourist Sleepers
St. Louis and Chicago
Seittle,Tacoma, Portland, Saa Francises
and Lot Angeles
Scenic Colorado, and via Billings, Moat. ,
and via St. Pial through the
The Burlington is the only line
with through tourist sleeping cars
to all important Pacific Coast
cities, via these routes.
I will be glad to cive you complete
information atoiit these excur
sions, tend literature, reserve
b rtlis and do everything to
maka yonr trio a comfortable
F. M. Sevmoar, Jr., Trav. Patt. Agt.
P. 0. Box 248, Bristol, Tenn.
, . 6897
Through coach on day
: train. Through sleep
er on night train be
tween Knoxvilie and
Nashville;. Travel and
Ship via of this route,
For further informa
A. P. Cooper,
Theo. A. Rousseau,
General Freight and
Passenger Agent, '
Quickest and Boat Service
Fewest Changes of Cars)
Oaa Way and Round Trip Tickets
Writ at for Lowest Prevailing
Rata and Reliable) Information.
D. S. CHANDLER. DisL Pass. Ait
TAFTS IHJUMCTiOFI BILL
Measure Dealing with a Subject in
Which the President is Much
Interested is Introduced
Washington, Feb. 18- What is gen
erally recognized as the administra
tion bill on the important subject of
the regulation of court injunctions was
introduced today by representative
ft. O. Moon, republican, of Pennsyl
vania, chairman of the committee
revision of laws. The phraseology of
this particular bill is expected to
given careful scrutiny. It deals with
a subject iu which the president has
been deeply interested and which
has been anxious to see enactep into
law in careful form which would re
deem the pledges of his party on the
subject and at the same time consti
tute no drastic innovation in legal pn
The bill is a brief one, covering
single typewritten sheet. In effect it
provides that no injunction, whether
interlocutory or permanent, shall be
issued by any federal court or Judge
without previous notice and an oppor
tunity to be heard on behalf of the
But it says further, if there appears
a probability that "immediate and ir
reparable injury" is likely to ensue, the
court may issue a temporary restrain
ing order without notice.
It is require 1 that every such order
shall define the injury, state why ir
reparable and why granted without
notice, and shall not extend more than
seven days from the time the notice ia
Mrs. Wheeler, Freetown, Ind.
Women get run down without knowing
just what is the matter with them, and doc
tort don t seem to understand their case.
Mrs. Isabelle Wheeler, of Freetown, Ind.,
was nervous and debilitated and could find
no help until she took Dr. Caldwell's Syrup
fepsin, and that cured her. she tavs peo
ple came to her tor miles around to ask
what medicine she took that did her so
It is absolutely guaranteed to do what it
claimed, and if you want to try it before
buying, send your adurest for a tree sample
bottle to Pepsin Syrup Co, 119 Caldwell
uiuK , ivionuccno, 111. 11 is soia oj an
druggists at 50c and t a bottle.
Trouble is the most obliging thing
in the world. It will never dodge the
people who are looking for it.
n the Chancery Court at Johnson City,
Washington County, Tenn.
Tho City of Johnson City
II. L. Appleion, ct ul
In this case It appearing from the bill
filed, which is sworn to, that the de
fendants, II. L. Appleton, J. S. Apple
ton, Kmma Watts, Armstrong Cator &
o., W. II Harrow, Joint 1. I yon, II.
M. Bellington, Airs. M. A. liruniloy, A.
It. Curhart, Mrs. tieorla A. Carrington.
Annie O. Winn, Lucy O. Sneed, L. O.
Nally. W, It. Coon, Mrs. G, W. Colson,
Mrs. 8. A. Donaldson and H. M. Earn
est are non-residents of the state ot
Tennessee: It is ordered by me that
publication be mude for four successive
weeks, as required by law, In The Com-
t, a newspaper published In Johnson
City, in said county, notifying ssld non-
esident defendants to appear before
our said Chancery Court at a Court to
be holden at the Court House in John
son City, on the second Monday of
March 1910, and make defense to said
bill, or the allegations thereof will be
taken for confessed and their cause set
for hearing ex parte as to them.
This February 15. 1910.
J. W. CASS, Clerk and .Master.
II. T. LEE. City Attorney. 36-4t
To Lillian L. Owens.
In the Chancery Court at Johnson City
Washington County, lenn.
Win. F. Owens
Lillian Ij. Owens.
In this case It appearing from the bill
filed, which Is sworn to, that the defend
ant, Lillian U. Owens. Is a non-resident
of the state of Tennessee, it is ordered
hy me ilntt publicat ion; be made for four
successive week, as required by law, in
The Comet, a newspaper published iu
Johnson City, in said county, notifying
said iiou-tesiuent detendant to appear
before our said chancery court at
court to be hil Jen si the court house In
Johnson 1 lijr, 011 tlie'jiefoiid Monday of
.March, it), (1, and make defense to said
bill, or the ttllecatlirus thereof will be
taken for confessed ami the cause set for
hearing ex parte ns to In r.
Ibis February llth. 1910.
r J. XV , CASS,
t Jerk and Master
J. It. Gardner, SoMeltor 3i-4t
To Albsrt S. S.bin.
In thn Chancery Court at Johnson City,
Washington County, Tenn.
II. H. arr
vs. . ..
Mrs. Nannie Ij. Sablu ft al.
In this cast) it up) eating from the bill
Died, wliith is swtii n to. that tho defend
ant, Albert S. .Saliiu, is a non-resident
of the state of Tennessee, It In ordered
by me that publication be made for four
successive weeks, as required by law, In
The Comet, s newspaper published In
lubiiSLii City, Iu said county, notifying
snid non-resident defendant to appear
before our said chancery court at a
court to be hoiden at the court house In
Johnson City, on second Monday of
March, 1910, and make defense lo said
bill, or the allegations thereof will be
taken for confessed and the cause st
for hearing cx parte as to hiiu.
This February Dth, 1910.
J. VV. CASS,
Clerk and Master.
W. W. Below, Solicitor. 3C-4t
emc impaway faa
CThat is the title of a dainty little booklet (free for
the asking), which tells all about the advantages of
"going tourist" over the , ...
COur electric-lighted, leather-upholstered Tourist Cars are differ
ent from the ordinary and there are several privileges to be enjoyed
that are unusual for instance, all trains carrying Tourist Cars
provide dining car service a la carte cuisine famously good.
Colonist Fares in "v
March 1 to April 15
C$25.00 from St. Paul, Minneapolis, Duluth, Superior; $33.00
from Chicago; $32.00 from St. Louis; $25.00 from Kansas City
and Omaha to the Pacific Northwest.
Similar reductions on through tickets from all Middle West,
Eastern and Southern points.
CThese low one-way second-class colonist tickets are honored in
Tourist Cars upon payment of berth rate
about h?1f the Standard Sleeping Car rate c Yy
ff.If you ore going to Montana, Idaho.
Washington, Oregon or British Colum
bia this spring, let me tell you about
the colonist fares and our daily through
Tourist Sleeping Car service from Chi
cago, St. Paul, Minneapolis and St.
M. J.COSTELLO, Traveling PassV Agent
16 No. Pryor St, Atlanta, Ga.
A. M. CLELAND, Gen. PatSr
GUARANTEED TO SATISFY PURCHASERS,
FROM THE ORIGINAL CABBAGE PLANT GROWERS.
1 1 yi)
& jrJSCrHvVlfA'f vigors fKV
ltAUYJftF'Y WAKW1LD. CUARLrTSTOK LA. RUE TYPE.
Tho Earliest . -
im lu im . - sikLr r.LU.
Paid in Capital Stock $30,000.00. Established 41 Years.
Wat-raw tbe first FROST r ROOF PLANTS la IMS. Now hre orer twrntT thosmnS
fttlsflad oustomrs. W have grown and aola nor oabbasa plants tiian all other penou in til
Southara auta combined. WHY? becaam our pinntn tnmt pltafloor wo ond your monor back.
Order now; It laftlme to at these plant ia your section to Ktt extra early eaUitago, and tnejr ant
the one tbat sell for tbe most money.
We sow three tons ot Cabbage Seed per season tf5tt!&Jtt
Writ for fp Ofttloc of front-proof plants of tbe bent varieties, twutnlnine Tt.loblc Intorma,
tfon aboa. froU and rertahle rrowlvg. Frfoea i nCbbftire Plantar In luU of 400 at $..(; l.AOUio
6,000 $1.60 imp thoiiiwnd; 6,000 to 0.000 l.t j?r thousand; 10,000 and orer $1.09 per tliousund. Lab.
Xoauifa Xaiatid. Uur avpecitil expres rat oa plmnu w vetrr iow.
Win, Co Gcraty Co., Box 319 Vonngs Island S. C.
Harry W. Cease, M.D
Practice Limited to Diseases ot tbe
EYE, EAR. NOSE and THROAT
Office tn Burrow HMjt..2oO Main St.
Residence: Carter Addition Johnson City
C. J. Broyles, M. D.
Practice Limited to Disease of the
EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT
Oltice In new Uurrow Building
Main Street - Johnson City, Tenn
Dr. E. S. Miller
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office: H. C. Miller's Drug Store, Main St
Residence, King Street
Hours: 7 to 8 a. m., 12 to 2 p.m., 6 to 8 p.m
W. J. Matthews. M.D
PHYSICIAN AND 8UB0KON
Phonos: Office, 298; Residence, 2U8
Office: No. 253 Muin St. Johnson City
Dr. George J. Sells
PHYSICIAN AND BUKOKON
Offioe: Kiug Building, Cor Roun & Main Sts
'Phone 3-2. May be found In Office at nigh
Johnson City, - - Tennessee
Eyes Carefully Examined and
O asses Scientifically Fitted.
Johnson City, Tennessee.
S. E. N. Moore
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
Office: Rooms 4 and S
Unaka National Hunk Building,
Jonhson City, ... Tennessee
Johnson & Miller
Attorneys at Law
Rooms I. S and 1 4. 2nd Moor, Brown Bldg
Johnson City. Tennessee
E. J. Vaugh't v'
Attorney and Solicitor
Johnson City. - - . - - Tennessee
Special attention paid to Claims
Office: Room-, Burrow Building
Engert, House & Co.
" SANITARY PLUMBING
Steam and Hut Water Heating
Your Work Solicited
115 W. Main St. Telephone 4&B
shall be plrased to tend Thr Leading America
it tat lathe d
iain initn,3na snouia oc renn Dyaii
who would have the best rardm possible and
wt arc willing to pay a taur pries for seed of tbe
Agt. St. Paul
U(YEH8if)!l. AUttlMTA TRI'CKEJI. ilirttlT BTKMMEU
int rar ibis at mil aaur ri.Al UL' 1L n
riava neaai earttroy. owm attctissiioat. I flfis! inn I urn i mriT
J- R. Gardner
Attorney at Law
C. and M. Office. Armbrnst-Smilh Building
Practices in all tbe Courts.
Special attention given to Pension Claims
E. B. Hensley
Practices tn all Courts
Office In Burrow Block
S. O. Williams
Attorney at Law and -Solicitor
Johnson City, ... Tennessee
O. V. SILLS
Cox & Sells
Attorneys at Law and
Solicitous in Chancery
Special attention to abstracts and titles
umoe: Rooms - and -, Burrow Bldg.
D. A VINBH BAM W. PHICS
Vines & Price
Attorneys at Law
Practice In all the Courts
Johnson City, - . . Tennessee
W. E. SWAN
King liuildlng Phone 479
Johnson City, Tenn.
Special ittte.nl ion given to Chronic
Justice op the Peace
and Notary Pcbeic
West Market Street
Three door from the Southern Railway
City Barber Shop
Run hy Crst-ciuss White Workmen.
We want and are trvlnir to elevate the Bur.
ber Profession l.i Johnson City. Come and
see us Patronise your own color and heiD
those thut. are doserviuK of your patronage
HAHmC'H, BICAO k HYKK, I'reprlftors
Corner Main and Buffalo Streets .
Hyder's Barb: r Shop
On the Square Near Arlington Hotel ,
Four Chairs No Wultlng
First-class Workmen,' Satisfactory Work
Guaranteed. Modern Appliances
Nock Shave Free NAT JIYDKB. Pren.
BOONE b SHARPE :
Ire. Lift. Accident, Health. Steam Boiler,
)ale Glass. Fly Wheel. Fidelity, Liability
Roan Street Pbone 159
is lufficieut for the front
of a post card. If yon will
write your own address
plainly on the othrr side
- Seed Catalog. An elegant book of 178 page. ,
AfW ST - 1 W V i
Tzl. KL, ...g .1
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