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rToiessipnai uaros i v -f Is Dr. BF. Bible dentaV SURGEON Office Over Drug Stove Opposite the Depot. Willis fEL LaRue Career Funuhre Stare - j Special attention given our under- taking department Full stock always ways I on band. Call and see us. 1 GEORGE W. GORRELL Attorney at Law Office Opposite Southern Railway Depot 1 i Nevvpoht, Texn. F School of Music i j Newport, Tenn. j MRS. HATTIE F. BLAIR, Piaw and Harmony t MISS LUCILE ROBINSON, Piano MRS. W. 0. McSWEEN, Voice ice j Fine New Turnouts. Best Horses in the City. Every Buggy in Good Repair. C. Holder NEWPOKT, TEXXi Shortest and most direct route between Nashville and Knoxville and alt points in East Tennessee. Through sleeping cars on night nam?. iiiuugil tuui;iie on uaji trains. No cransiering enroute. Ship and Travel Via This Route For rates, routing or any other information, apply to A. P. COOPER, Com. Agent, Knoxville, Tenn., or . the undersigned, U. A. CIIADWICK, General Freight and Passenger , Agent, Nashville, Tenn. Inflammatory Rheumatism Immediately Relieved Morton L. Hill, of Lebanon, Ind.' says: "My wife had Inflammatory Rheumatism in every muscle and joint; her suffering was terrible and her body and face were swollen almost beyond recognition; had been in bed for six weeks and had eight physicians.but received no benefit until she tried Dr. Dktchon's 'Relief "for ' Khel'ma tism. . It gave Immediate relief and she was able to walk about in three days. I am sure it saved her life." Sold by Smith's Corner Drug Store, fain Rl rxt.. Dissolution Notice 1 desire to announce that -I am no longer connected with the firm of . .. ... .i c ii . . .. .. ijlnUSey, jeilKins 01 V,u., manui.itmi- ers of vehicle materials with factory , located on the Oldtown road. All per sons indebted to said firm of Lindsey, T.-i.nl-l.i.i nnil tf 'a uill nt uba vmont ttoD.'M. Lindsey who will also pay all outstanding accounts of said campany. J. W. HKMEUEBV ' 5-1 S-!t, Livery and Tine Central Bill XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX News Events XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXaxXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX Ovtr 2,200 chauffeurs strike ln,Paris. Mobile, Ala., celebrates bicentennial of its founding. Carnegie donates $14,500 for a hero fund In Belgium. Lumber fire at Dubuque, Iowa, caused $1,000,000 loss. ;. New Mexico- Judge sentences two kidnapers to 12 years in the pen. ' The Skipjack, Uncje Sam's latest submarine, launched at Qulucy, Mass. Census gives Ireland a population of 4,481,711, a decrease of 76,824 since 1900. ' Aviator swoops down with his aero plane on spectators at Augsburg, kill ing three. Fire destroys Coney Island, New York's great pleasure resort. Loss ?4,0'J0,000. England's first naval airship, the Mayfly 502 feet in length, successfully launched. Giant metoer falls near Doyle, Cal., shocking Lassen County within a rad ius of 30 miles. Kentucky has its last legal hanging. Execution by electrocution will take place hereafter. "Mob at Okerman, Okla.,' lynches negress and her son for shooting a Deputy Sheriff. The world's gold production for 1910 is placed at HSG ,000,000, a fractional increase over 1909. Before 2,000 spectators 2t Vohera, Italy, Aviator Cirri falls 650 feet, and is Instantly killed. President attends dedication at New York's $9,000,000 library, which took nine years to build. Mormon settlers in Mesico present claims for $1,000,000 as a result of dam ages by insurrectors and bandits. Fire destroys tobacco . warehouse, with hundreds of hogsheads of tobacco at Padcah, Ky. lotal loss :)00,000. Farmers near Lima. Onio, form their own telephone company because rate of country phones was raised 25 cents a month. With a hot wave general throughout tne country Montana records a snow fall of 14 inches. Hundreds -prostrated in the large cities any many die. Kentucky Sons of Veterans hold twenty-fourth annual encampment at Luisville. W. P. Ramsey, of Louis Ville, elected Division Commander. Bill introduced in Florida Legisla ture to appropriate $5,000 as reward for arrest of members of the mob that lynched six negroes recently at Lake city. ' : ; - ' Dr. Staflord E. Chaille, noted South ern surgeon and Confederate veveran, dies in New Orleans, agei 81. " He at tended Jefferson Davis in his last illness.' ' ' German Empnror bestows Order of Red Eagle upon Adolphus Busch, St. Louis mllionaire brewer, for donating $.oo0,000 to establish the Germanic Museumri. at Harvard.' - Pierre Vedrine", French aviator, flies from Paris to Madrid, 721 miles in 12 1 hours and 18 minutes, averaging over 60 miles an hour, making but two stops the longest cross-county and cross-mountain flight on record and winning ?:i0,000 in prizes. The Span ish King bestows on him Order, of Alfonso XII. DID YOU EVER STOP TO REASON IT OUT Why so many East Tcnnesseans buy their Whiskies and Brandies from Samuel tf Co. The best qualities, honest measure, prompt shipmen ts is their reason., ' Note these prices by express prepaid on 4 quarts and over: . , 4 qts 8qts : 12 qts Old Benson, bottled in bond, Bourbon, 8 years old. . . .$4.50 $8.50 $12.00 Esco, bottled in bond, 5 years old.... .' 4.00 7.75 11.00 Old McBraer, bottled in bond 4.00 7.75 11.00 Big Stone, rich and mellow.. .... " 4.00 . 7.75 t f 11.00 Green Springs, our old reliable 3.00 5.75 8.75 Elkton Club, our new brand of straight whiskey: 8.00 6.00 ,t 9.00 Four Star Club, the best for the money...... 2.65 5.00 7.50 Callard's Malt Whiskey, the tonic stimulant.,,...,. 3.20 6.20 y , , 9.00 Famous 707 Corn Whiskey, always the same 2.65 5.00 . " 7.50 Old "10" Brand Apple Brandy-- - v- 3.50 6.75 10.00 Al's Annie Brandv ... 2.65 5.00 7.50 j Old South Corn, Town Talk Whiskey, and Trigg Brandy $2.00 . per gallon, express collect. , . , Formerly of Cincinnati, O. Mb. 20 of &e World f Train wreck at McCook, Neb., kills 14, injuring a score more. King Georga of England issues per sonal invitation toPierpont Morgan to attend the coronation. , " Dissolution of Mexico's insur recto army begins, many soldiers entering ranks of Federal rurales.' . Five members of famous Davis feud killed and three more injured when the clans meet at Porum, Okla. Ofllcia's of the United Wireless com pany sentenced by 2s' ew York Federal Judge to serve three years and jiny costs of trial, $50,000. Texas Grain Dealers' Association is sued report saying serious damage had been reported to crops of wheat- and oats in Central and North Texas, due to dry weather. "Chesterville," the original home of George Wythe, signer of the Decla ration of Independence, and said, to have been the oldest residence in Amer ica, destroyed by fire at Hampton, Va. Eight ex-Confederate soldiers, who were students of the University of North Carolina, and left their books to take up arms at the beginning of the Civil War, receive their degrees as bachelors of art at Durham, N. C. Provisional figures returned by the census officers give the population of Enland and Wales this year at i6,075, 2o9, compared with 32.527,84.') in 1901. Greater London's population has in creased to 7,252,963 from 6,5S1,102 in 1901. . , Mrs- Rasa Hermann, whose hus band was a lumber king, took up his work when he died. She is tlie Presi dent of six corporations and is an ex ceptional feminine woman, notwith standing. Her business employs 3,000 men and pays out annually something like 2.C00,000 in salaries. MAKE THIS TEST How to Tell If Your Hair is Diseased. ' Even if you have a luxuriant head of hair, you may want -to know whether it is in a healthy condition or not. 96 of the people need a hair tonic." Pull a hair out of your head, if the bulb at the end of the root is white and shrunken, it proves that the hair is diseased, and requires prompt treat ment if its loss would be avoided. If the bulb is pink and full, the hair is healthy. We want everyone whose hair re- quires treatment to try Rexall "93" Hair Tonic. We promise that it shall not cost anything if it does not give satisfactory results. It is deiignd to overcome dandruff, relieve scalp irri tation, to stimulate the hair roots, tighten the hair already in the head, grow hair and cure baldness. - It is because of what Rexall "93" Hair Tonic hae done and our sincere faith in its goodness that we want you to try it at our risk. Two sizes, 60c. and $1.00. Sold only at our store The Rexall Store. Smith's Corner Drug Store. , . Fine Job Department. The job depart ment of The Newport Plain Talk is up-to-date in every par ticular. Skilled workmanship enables us to give you exceptionally good work. See us for your letter heads, note heads, envelopes, bill heads, state meftts, programs, circulars and folders of all kinds. Bring or mail us your orders. , . . . Knoxville, Tenn. "' . , Widdlcsboro, tly. No. S7 HANDICAP WINNER FALLEN. Five years ago, on May 10, 1906, to be exact, there was one of those upsets in racing which helps to make the "sports of kings" one of the most fas cinating pastimes in the world. It was the day of the great Metropolitan Handicap at Beltmont Park one of the classics of the American turf and 80,000 people, had gathered to witness the contest. Engaged in the handicap were the great Roseben, as fine a sprinter as ever looked through a bridle, who was the favorite. There was Israfel. Ac countant, Dandelion, Oxford, Colonial Girl and other good horses, all of which were thought to have a chance, and there was Grapple, the propcity of John T. Drake, the western plunger, the size of whose bets had startled the racing fraternity to such an extent that he had bveen required to give a promise to the Jockey club that he would be moderate in his plunging. To the surprise of the great majority in as sensitional a race as was ever run, the despised Grapple took the measure of all his mighty opponents after running in the ruck for a large part of the mile, wore them down at the finish and flashed the blue and gold of Drake past the post a winner by a length. That day, live years ago, Grapple was the equine hero of jthe hour; today he is drawing a-newspaper wagon along the Long Island roads. - . "It was a good dt.y for Drake," said Colonel Fort, the old-time racing man, to a reporter down at Sheepshead Bay. "Most everybody thought that Rose ben had the race tucked away even be fore it was run." Grapple is stabled in a barn behind the house where Colonel Fort lives at 2535 East Fourteenth street, Sheeps head Bay. His owner is Joe Rucker, who bought the animal for $125 when it developed a bowed tendon that had incapacitated it for racing. ' Grapple is a good road horse now, but lias a tendency to run away. A few days ago Grapple took a sudden lit to make a dash, memories of days gone by per haps having been awakened. Directly in its pathway was a forked tree, the iork being only a few feet from the. ground. Through thisopening the old race horse took a flying leap, leaving the body of the wagon in the tree. There are many other well known rasers of Uie days gone by performing similar modest, but useful, purposes in and around Sheepshead. One of them is Apple o' My Eye, a money maker in his time, now used for drawing a plumber's wagon for its owner, Robert Clarke. Another old turf favorite dai'y perforins humble tasks of drawing a laundry wagon. New York World. , "I Suffered Intense Pains in My Left Side." Do you realize it is better to be safe than sorry, that it is the best ' policy to lock the stable door before the horse is stolen? Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy cured Mrs. C. G. Gokey, of a stub born case of heart disease, such as thousands are now suffering with. Read what she says: , , ' . "Eefore I began tailing Dr. Milei ' Heart Remedy I had been suffering from heart trouble for over, five years. I had grown so 'weak that it ' was impossible for me to do thirty minutes work in a whole day. I' Buffered intense pains in my leftside and under the left shoulder blade, I could not sleep on the left side, and I should never be able to take a full . breath again. The least excitement would bring on the most distressing palpitation. I had scarcely taken a - . tall-bottle of the Heart Remedy be fore I could see a marked change in my condition. I began to sleep well, hid a good appetite, and ira- 1 proved so rapidly that when 1 had taken six bottles I was completely - cured. . MRS.CC GOKEY, NorthfielcLVL If you have any of the symptoms' Mrs. Gokey mentions, it is your duty to protect yourself. Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy. is what you need. If the first bot tle fails to benefit, your .money is returned. Ask your druggist. MILES MEDICAL. CO., Elkhart, Ind. 'Generally debilitated for years. Had sick headaches, lacked anihit ion, and was worn-out and oil run-down, fjurdock Blood Bitters made me f, well woman." Mrs. Chas. Fieiloy, Moo su p, Conn. -" Get a ni juicy steak at E. M. Taylor's Grocery Store. ' 20 Per Cent is Worth 1-5 to You ! We have been selling Monuments and Tombstones in Newport and surrounding country for several years. We have always sold theni in best grades and at prices as low as any competitor. But, We sold them through agents and as some people know, a tombstone agent gets from 20 to 25 per cent. Since we have made a change, we find it better to give the cus tomer or purchaser the 20 per cent thereby saving him one-fifth the price and selling him direct that he is pleased better and we get more business. i This is our own idea and it is taking with the people. We are selling ifforethan ever before, the people are buying cheaper and every one is pleased. When in need of anything in this line, don't forget us as it will cost you more money for the same goods at any other place. Bo Mot Order 115 Men Monumental Works Ai . v Which bamcfj like because it cures them. Prevents f.'if w'tir cures Colic in ten minutes. Keep a bottle at hand. ft Kists. Trial bottle free if vou mention this paper. . Maie only by JKS. V. FAUUNKY & SOX, xxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx I Anderson's , ; I Belle 0 Newport Whiskey ; 4 Full Quarts $3.50 12 Full Quarts $10 Corn Malt Whiskey, (110 Proof) $3.20 lor 4 full quarts; X. 12 full quarts $9.00. ' 2 Yellow t'oru $3 per gallon; $8.70 for 3 gallons, Gin, Apple, X X. Teach, Etc. . . x x Bottled in bond whiskey, four full quarts $4; eight quarts $7.50; twelve quarts $11. White Corn $2.00 for four fall O X quarts. Write for price list. We have many brands. . R WE PAY THE EXPRESS CHARGES H. L. ANDERSON DISTILLING GO,, NEWPORT, KY. X mfi IT". n .11 . . X when rartiea are Responsible we Ship on Approval v X ' X VYVVVVVVVVVVVVV VVVVVVVWV tfVYWWVVVVVWWVWVVVVWVV ! Highest Gash Prices 9 f By The Lcpo-Maphet Lumbsr Go,, Knoxville. Tenn. 0 c 0 We have recently opened a yard position to handle 1 1 kinds of hard give 10 p prices We are Especially in tiis Office and Yards; Middlebrook Pike, Lonsdale Car Line KNOXVILLE, TENN. just what you want just when Uur. pictures speaic tor themselves. McLoy s btudio, 31J Gay Street, Knoxville, Tenn. L -- r ' - 'I ' Hotel : M Hermitage PEjjiiBgiig nf v Opened, September 17 f tP&PttncEUEtyB Complete in nil Details fM'ElMllilIltK Bing,e K"'W-B-- Room.' Willi -Vi'3 - private baths ?2.50 and upward. ' ji C 1-J a Monument nntil you have seen NEWPORT TENN. "IS YOUR BABY RESTLESS?" See the anxious mother bending over the sleepler.s babe! What tender solicitude!- licr heart aches (or him. Wise mothers use Dp. FAHRNEY'S TEETHING SYRUP Giolera Infantum, 25 cents at drug- IlAGEXSTOWir, Mo. Paid for all Kinds of ! in Cincinnati and we are now in a wood and we are in a position to 6 Market for Inch Oak Lumbar 6 you want' it, is our ambition NASHVILLE, TENN. Tmorur 3iui:niv. zian. f3C J "The Premicr ntel of the South wJLiR? -KJ:"J land." T nitration Tnvitnl..