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Dr. B. F. Bible DENTAL SURGEON Office Over Drug Store Opposite the Depot. GEORGE W. GORRELL Attorney at Law Office- Opposite Southern Railway Depot Nkw j 'ttt , j. Insure Your Dwellings Barns and Stock with 1 Geo. F. Smith i J Newport, Tenn. i Represents the oldest Firev j Insurance Company in the J US. Capitalstock $4,000,000 Office Smith's Drug Store. I? I IS5 1 Ilartlvoocl Lmuner 1 McCabe Lumber Go. a- buyers oi 'I vM I I 'I 0 fees I? Specialties Chestnut Walnut Box 18 k Newport, Tennessee ivery and Feed Stable Fine New Turnouts. Best Horses in the City. Every Buggy in Good Repair. C.C. Holder NEWPORT, TENN. School Of Music Opens Mrs. Blair's School of Music will open today (Thursday.) Itis request ed that the students report promptly tne schedule of their studies so as to enable her to make out the Studio's school schedule. Eastport Scrap Jim Smith and a man named Thorn burg engaged in a row in Eastport Sunday and as a result both were ar rested, a pair of knucks and a chair, it is said, being used as weapons. Neither man get any serious injuries and both gave bond. ' .. $5 Worth of Dr. Bomars Wonderful Stomach Treat ment for . . . . $1 To Introduce my treatment into this locality I am making the above oiler temporarily. Take advantage of it Now, tomorrow It may be with drawn. This treatment is a positive remedy for all Stomach, Liver, and Intestinal Trouble, Gastritis, Indiges tion. Dyspepsia, Pressure of Gas around the heart, Sour Stomach, Dis tress after eating, Constipation Con gested and Torpid Liver. All or tne anove aumenis are princi pally caused by clogging of the intes tinal tract with Mucoid and Catarrhal Aceretions, backing up poisonous fluids into- the stomach, and otherwise de ranging the digestive system. I want every sufferer of anv ot these diseases to test this wonderful treatment. You are not asked to lake this treatment for a week or two before you- will feel its great benefits, only a day or so of trial will convince you that the treat ment is THE treatment for all stomach disorders, and I will prove it to you if you will allow me. 1 will send the eomplete $5.00 treat ment to sufferers for $1.00, sufficient to last one month and sufficient to cure the greater majority of the cases. This offer is for a limited time only, and to insure the receipt of the medi cine and general .outline of treatment all you have to do is to fill in the blank at the bottom and mail it to me with $1.00. Do this today. In addition to tho treatment I will send you a list of patients whom I have cured, by this treatment, and some highly interesting literature relative to the treatment of stomach disorders in general. Don't wait when you can obtain immediate relief by the use of this treatment, which I have been using in my prac tice In the treatment of these diseases, for the past 9 years. Sign and Mail tfins Coupon Today Dr. F. H. Eomar, Specialist-Stomach' Intestines. 1 0. Box 413 Knox- ville, Tenn. Enclosed iind $1.00 for which please send me, as per your offer In our local paper, your $5.00 treatment of stomach disease. Name ..." City. Street and No .State...... "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. C. Gokejr, of a stub born case of heart disease, such as thousands are now suffering with. Read what she says: . "Btfore I be pan taking Dr. Mile' Heart Remedy I had been suffering irom heart trouble lor over five yean. 1 bid grown so weak that it oiuDia lor me to M tmny wai lmoouibu Biinutes work in & whole day. I suffered intense pains in my leftside and under the left shomlder blade, I eould nut sleep on the left side, and was to short ot breath that I thought I should never be able to take a full breath again. The least ex oitement would bring on the most distressing palpitation. I had scarcely taken a i half-bottle of the Heart Remedy be fore I could see a marked change in my condition. I began to sleep well, had a good appetite, and im proved so rapidly that when 1 had taken six bottles I was completely cured. MRS. C C GOKEY, Northfield, Vt 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. Rheumatism Relieved in 6 Hours. DR. DjETCHON'S HELIEF FOR RIIEU matism usually relieves severest cases in a few hours. Its action upon the system is remarkable and effective. , It removes the cause and the disease quickly disappears. First dose bene fits. 75c and $ 1.00. Sold .by Smith's Corner Drug Store, Main Street. , Miss Ola Harmon spent Friday here. of Greeneville Poplar Pulp Wood Specifications for the Champion Fibre Co. , . - CANTON, N. C. 1 Kind This classification includes Poplar, Lynn and Cucum ber, but specifically excludes Buckeye, Which' will not be accepted. 2 Kizh No wood measuring under rive (5) inches at the small end will be accepted. Wood up to twelve (12) inches in diameter must be left in the round and must not be split. Larger sizes may tie left in the round, or may be so split as to permit the pieces to pass through a twelve inch ring, but the pieces so split must not show less than a ten Inch face. 3 Lkngth All sticks must measure five (5) feet and, must be sawed, not chopped to length. 4 Bark Must lie removed, Including all shreds of inner bark. Wood from which bark has been chopped with an axe, after peeling season has closed, will not be ac cepted. 5 Knots Must be trimmed off" close to the stick. Poorly trimmed wood, or wood cut from the extreme tops of trees and con taining an excessive number of knots will not be accepted. 6 Crook ed Wood Reasonably straight wood Is required under these specifica tions. Badly crooked sticks will be rejected. 7 Burst and Doty Wood Will not be accepted. 8 Loading After the car has been cleaned of dirt, wood must be placed in cars in even, well packed ranks so as to obtain full carrying capacity of the car, 9 Freight On un derloaded ears, and on rejected wood freight will be charged back. 10 Cord One hundred and . sixty (160) cubic feet constitute a cord. inn Fibre fnmnanv: Ashevilk N. C W W W mmm mw m mm J J mrmwmm w w mmmmrj w MM Shipments and bills lading to Champion Fibre Co., Canton, N. G'jy iv Champ I.' ' II Wfll Buy Style, Service and Satisfaction in a Suit jr Overcoat if you get ah A TV T7?g'-Tra tt AS-r?57 -A . THE STANDARD SUIT VALUE OFAMERICA Ik V i In all our experience arid clothing business for years we never before saw such quality of material, such critical workmanship, such absolutely correct style in garments made by a manufacturer to retail at $25 as you get in the "American Standard 15." Yet, we understand the reason for it. The "American Standard 15" is made in Baltimore "The City of Economy" where living ex penses are extremely low and ex pert labor costs much less than in any other clothing center. The manufacturers, too, are satisfied with a very small percentage of profit. . MT.orr. MEM l or all) we ve been m the You are sure to be satisfied with your purchase because every "American Standard 15" is sold under a guarantee of absolute satisfaction or a new garment in exchange free of cost. We are sole agents for the above make of guaranteed fine clothing in Newport, the Best and Cheapest ever offered to Cocke county people for the money. B. D. JONES & SON v "The Clothiers" Newport, Tenn. GOOD NEWS Many Newport Readers Have Heard It and Profited Thereby. "Good newa travels fast," and the thousands of bad back sufferers in Newport are glad to learn that prompt relief is within their reach. Many a lame, wek and aching back is bad no more, thanks to Doan's Kidney Pill. Thousands upon thousands of people are telling the good news of their ex perience with the Old Quaker Remedy. Here is an example worth reading: J. Fmxl, of Nailon, Tenn., says: "We haye used Doan's Uidncy Pills in our family with splendid results and we all "praise them. One person in the family suffered for years from disordered kidneys an 1 also a great deal of backache. I When this party heard Itfiw beneficial Doan's Kidney Pills were in such cases, he procured a supply and their use made him well. Doan's Kidney Pills are entitled to the entire credit for this cure, as no other remedy was used." .For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,. New York, sole agents for the United Stales. Remember the name Doan's and take no other." ; ANOTHER DEFICIT FOR APPALACHIAN FAIR FOR SALE One farm, one mile from Concord 66 1-2 acres with good buildings and 2 good springs, creek running through farm. Pi ice $2,500. 80 acres on an island. Will produce 80 to 100 bushels of corn per acre. Near good market, two schools and churches. 240 acres good red land, 75 acres in timber, balance in high state of culti vation. Good house, burn and out houses. One fine dairy and stock farm of ...v II- - I I i,auu acres, one iniie aiong nver uoii torn, $35,000. Any kind of a small farm or good stock farm that a man should want. Call for me. I am prepared to board and keep all customers free of' charge, i free conveyance .. J 1-Trkiiaoa rfiH tntfl In fjnnfr- 1 GEORGE CUMMINS, - -Concord, Tenn. Old Phone 37 S-29 12m Look for an ad. in anither apace of this paper, it will pay you to read it. B. D. Jonhs Son. (Continued from page 1) second; Bull two years or over, S. S. Smith & JBro. first, A. It. Swann, second. Heifer, under one year, A. It. Swann first; S. S. Smith & Bro. second; Cow, two years or over, 8. S. Smith & Bro. first; A. R. Swann, second. Herd of 5, one bull, one cow, one heifer and two calves, 8. 8. Smith & Bro. first; A. R. Swann, Second. Arbedeen Angus, first prize $10 and second prize $5. Bull, under one year, Harold and Chilton, first; J. C Murray, second. Bull, over one year and under twA years, Harold and Chilton, first and second. Bull two years or over, J. C. Mur ray first; Harold and Chilton second. Heifer over one year and under two, Harold and Chilton first. Cow two years or over, Harold and Chilton first, J. G. Murray, second. Herd of -five, Harold and Chilton, first and second. Herefbrds, first prizes 510 and second prize 5. , Bull, two years or over, Joe Fowler first, no second. Heifer over one year and under two, Joe Fowler first, no second. Sweepstakes, prize of $10. Bull any breed or age, S S. Smith Smith & Bro. Beef Steer, A. R. Swann. , CLASS C Hogs ' Duroc Jersey, six prizes amounting to 120.50 won by S. H.' Stanbery & Son, there being no competition. Poland China, best boer six months old and under one year, prize $5, won byC. A. O'Dell; best sow, over eigh teen months old, prize of $-5, won by C. A. O'Dell. BERKSHIRE Best boar over eighteen months, prize (7.50 won by Wallace Burnett. Best boar, under six months, prize ?3 wan by R. L. Bell. . Best sow, over eighteen months, prize $5, won by Wallace Burnett. Best sow, over six months old, and under one year, prize $3, won by C. A. O'Dell. Best sow, under six months, prize $2 won by. Wallace Burnett. Sweepstakes, prizes of f 15, won by S. H. Syanbery & Son. CLASS B -Sheep. Shropshires, three prizes of $3 each won by George Murray. CLASS E Horses saddle bred, prizes $8, Trotting or $5 and $2. Colt under one year, W. B. Robin son, first; John Jones, second; Edom Robinson, third. Colt over one and under 2 .years, Vaughn & Jones first; A. R. Swann second; Vaughn & Jones, third. Colt over 2 and under 3 years; all three prizes won by Vaughn & Jones. . Stallion colt, prize $7, won by Vajghn & Jones. Combination ,mare or gelding, prize $10 won by R. M. Hunt. Saddle stallions, prizes $10 and. $5. Bath won by Vaughn & Jones. Harness stallions, prizes $10 and $5. First won by J. L. Higgins; second by Vaughn & Jones. Country saddle or gelding, first ptlze $15, second $10. First won by P. A Tinsley; second by R. M. Hunt. Single harness driver mare or geld ing, prizes $10, $5 and $2.50. First R. M. Hunt, second Vaghn & Jones; third, A, R. Swann. Double harness pair, mares or geld ings, prizes $10, $5 and $2.50. First by R. JVI. Hunt, second by A. R. SAann, third J. I. Higgins. Championship, mare or gelding shown to harness, won by R. M. Hunt. Conch breed, colt under" one year, prize. $7, won by J. G. Murray. Ciaft bred, colt under one 'year, prizes of f 7' $3 and $2,' all ' won by Vaughn & Jones. Mare or gelding over 3 years old, prize $5 won by Vaughn & Jones. Pair mares or geldings, prize $10 won by Vaughn & Jones. CLASS F Mules. Best mule under one year, prizes of $12, $10, $5, and $2.50, first won by Edom Robinson; second by J. S. Susong; third by J. L. Mason and fourth by J. F. Hugglns. Best mule under one year, prizes of $10, $5 and $2.50. First won by J. 8. Susong; second by J. P. Conway and third by J. 8. Susong. ' , Best mule over 2 year and under 3 yiara, 'prizes of $10, $5 and $2.50. ; First - .... . - , . ii. ... - . . .. 1 mmwmMmmmwmwmvmmmmmmmwamwmwmjmttk1 won by J. S. Susong, second by J. 8. Susong and third by J. G. Hugglns. Best mule, any age, prizes $10, $5 and t$3.50, all thre won by. A. R. Swann. . . , ' Best pair of mules, prizes $10, and $5, both won by A. R. Swann. ' Best jack, any age, prizes $10 and $5. ' First won by Vaughn and Jones; second by W. F. Roswell. CLASS H Kitchen Products Best pound cake, Mrs. Tom Clark. Best white cake, Mrs. L. 8. Smith. Best sponge case, Mrs. L. 8. Smith. Best marble cake. Mrs. J. M. Jones. Best angel food cake, Miss Lizzie O'Dell. . Best yellow cake, Mrs. Tom Clark. f Best Layer cake, Mrs. iC. R. Nelson. Best dozen tea cakes, Mrs." W. CL . iPurkey. uozen aougnnuts, Mrs. Liouis Dubois. Besti dozen beaten biscuits, Mlsa Letha Burke. ' Best dozen cheese straws, Miss Dixie Ward. , , Best dozen light rolls, Mrs. E. W. Snoddy. Best home made lard, Mrs. J, 8 Susong. ' Best butter, Mrs. V. A." O'Dell. Bess quart of sorghum, Mrs. Carrie Walker. Best pint of apple vinegar, Mrs. C. R. Nelson. Best half dozen cans fruit, Mrs. Mark Sisk. - Best half dozen glasses of Jelly, Miss Dixie Ward. Best fouf cans or more preserves, Mrs. H. E. Hampton. Best four cans of vegetables, Mrs. Carrie Walker. Best loaf Salt rising bread, ; Mrs. J. S. Susong. Best loaf yeast bread, Mrs. Id Hampton. - Best sweet pickles, Mrs. Carrie Walker. Best sour pickles, Mrs. Carrie Wal ker. Best display of wines, Mrs. Hattle Brooks. . .. - Best disdlay of home-made candies, Miss Annie Holland. . CLASS I Needle Work v Mount Mellic embroidery, Mary Snoddy. French embroidery, Mrs. O.' L. Ayres. ':..' .' i Wallachan embroidery, Mrs. Jas. I Walker. Drawn Work, Miss Mary Mims. -Shadow embroidery, Mrs. 0. ' L. AyTes. Tatting, Mrs. Z. F. Bales. !r , Point lace, Mrs. Ray Minnis.' Sofa pillow, Mrs. Jas. I. Waiker. ,1 Work bag, Miss Nannie Murray. Embroidered collar, Mrs. Mary . Blackburn. , Hand made baby dress, Mrs. H. W. Hurl. Embroidered initial towels, not less than three, Mrs. John M. Jones. Machine sewing, Mrs. Chas.DeVore. , Hand sewing, Miss Elizabeth Stokely. . Hand made carpet, Mrs. J. 8. Rob inson. Silk quilt. Mrs. W. B. Robinson. Cottou quilt, Mrs. Jas. 1, Walker. Knit counterpane, Mrs. D. A. Mims. Wool coverlet, Mrs. M. E. Alley. Pair of wool socks, Mrs. . Laura Allen. I Pin Cousin, Miss Elizabeth Stokely; Hand made slippers, Mrs. Fred Har rison. Set underwear, Mrs. Alf Taylor Set infant's garments, Mrs. G. F. Smith' Collection needlework, Mrs. Jas. T. Waters. - Display needlework, girl under 12 years, Miss Dorris Minis. f ' Prettiest dressed doll, Margaret Tal ley. ' ; . CLASS J. Pictures . Figures in oil, Mrs. II. W. Huff. Landscape or Marine Scene, Mis Mary Shoddy. - ' Flowers in oil, Mrs. II. W.ilnff. Figure in water color, Mrs. II. W. Huff. y Picture in water color, Mrs.fR. C. and white, Miss Smith. Figure in black Nannie Allen. Picture in pastel, Miss Elizabeth Stokely. , , Specimen In China , paintings Mrs. R. C. Smith. . : Specimen in Pyregraphym, Miss Marietta Woods. r Specimen Tapestry, Miss Nannie Allen. One half dozen scorefcr Menu cards, Mrs. W. D. McSween. Specimen "Arts and ' Crafts," Mrs. W. D. MS ween. CLASS K Shetling Ponies Colt under one year, and mare over' one year won by John Buruett Stokely. , CLASS L Horticulture For best horticulture disdlay, prizes $10, $5 and $3, first, Mrs. W. B. Rob- . inson, second Mrs. D. G. Allen, third Miss Annie Holland. . . For best half bushel ot corn,' any variesy, grown by boy under sixteen -. years of age. first prize of $10 won by Robert Hickey, second prize of $5 woo by Alfred Devore. Baby under two years old,' firs i prize of $5 won by Mrs. F. 8. Grad don, second priza bf $2.60 won by Mrs. G. F. Smith. . : In the special teddle horse prem iums, Vaughn A Jones won - the three prizes amounting to $25, $25 and $10.