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Dr. B. Fi Bible DENTAL SURGEON Office Over Drug Store Opposite . , . the Depot. , ., , ! GEORGE W. GORRELL Attorney at Law; Office Opposite Southern Railway Depot Nkwpokt, Tenn. ! Insure Your Dwellings Barns and Stock with J Geo. F. Smith I ' ' Newport, Tknn. Represents the. oldest Fire Insurance Company in the US. Capital stock $4,000,000 Office Smith's Drug Store. t BO0OO-00 vM M" 0 McGabe Lumber Go, Buyers of HarawoodLumoer Specialties Chestnut Walnut Box 18 Newport, Tennessee Vs. IV IV fe rv IV K rv i. f? i. IV fe IV !,'' rv i. rv s IV !' IV iw?:??7v?fF9:vfv'tv';?,r.iF and Feed Stable 9 wm ma fine New Turnouts. Best Horses in the City. Every Buggy in Good Repair. C. C. Holder NEWPORT, TEXX. As between a guilty conscience and a hole in your sock, with your big toe sticking through it, it's hard to tell which makes a man feel the meanest. Claiborne Progress. , Advertising is a legitimate part of a newspaper's stock in trade, and some thing to be paid for like any other commecity. Nome' persons in every community need education on this sub ject. Kx. $rf Worth ot Dr. Bomar's (hi J) Wondsrful Stomach Treat-I f merit for . . . , t To introduce my treatment Into this loeality I am making the above offer temporarily. Take advantage of . it Now, tomorrow it may be withdrawn.- Thin treatment is a positive remedy for all Stomach, Liver, and Intestinal Trouble, Gastritis, Indiges tion, Dyspepsia, Pressure of Gas around the heart,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 of the above ailments 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 any of these diseases to test this wonderful treatment. You are not asked to take this treatment for a week or two before you , will ,feel its greatbenents.-ohly'a day or bo of trial will convince you that lbs 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 complete $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 oiler 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 this Coupon Today Dr. F. H. Bomar, Specialist-Stomach' Intestines. P. O. Box 413 Knox- ville,Tenn. Enclosed find $1.00 for which please send me, as per your offer in our local paper, your $5.00 treatment of stomach disease. Name , , City ...Stale - Street and No......... SUNDAY SCHOOL PROGRAMME The Following Program Has Been ( Arranged for Crest- ! rriont Oct. 8. Morris Murray and Herbert Robin son left Monday morning for Mooney ; public schools of schoolat Harriman. politics. PROGRAM Sunday School convention to be held at Csestmont, N. C. on Sunday after noon, October 8th, 1911. House called to order at 1.-00 p. m. v Devotional exercises, Elder Horace Mason.' ' ' - . Music by Congregation. Welcome address, Dr. J. Walter McManan. What are the benefits derived from a Sunday School in a Community? Mr. J. C. Williams, Mt Mathew Black. , Music by Congregation. V What are the duties of parents to their children as to Sunday School work? Elder Horace Mason, Mr. 1. G. Foul and Rev. George Barnes. Duet, Miss Viola Bryan and Dr. J. Walter McMahan. What influense does a Sunday School have in keeping down crime in a Community, Prof. J. E. Henry, Mr. B. S. MeMahan and Miss Margaret Gordon. Recitation, "The Missionary Agent," Little Iva McMahan. How shall we influence the ladies to attend Sunday. School?. Miss Viola Bryan, Mrs. Horace Mason and Miss Margaret Gordon. All people interested in the Sunday School work are requested to come to our little Mountain City and take a part in these exercises. Committee. ' There are over -500 Filipinos residing in New York, and seventy-five of them have formed a club in Brooklyn. Dr. Ellfot writes to the New York Times that the greatest menace to the the United States is r Poplar Pulp Wood Specifications for the Champion Fibre Co. CANTON, N. C. Kind This classification includes Poplar, Lynn and Cucum ber, but specifically excludes Buckeye, which will not be accepted.. 2 Size No wood measuring under live (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 be 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 Jess than a ten inch face. 3 LkNoth ArT slicks must measure five (5) feet and, must be sawed, not chopped to length. 4 Kakk Must be removed, including all shreds of inner bark. Wood from which bark has been chopped with an axe, after peeling seasou 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 Burnt and Doty Wood Will not be accepted. 8 Loading After the car has bjen 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 cars, and on rejected wood freight will be charged-back. 10 Cord One hundred, and sixty (16) cubic feet constitute-ancord.- lion Fibre Company, Ashevifle, N. C. Shipments and bills lading to Champion Fibre Co., Canton, N. C. miiDuyatyi e, service and satisfaction in a Suitor Overcoat if you get an THE STANDARD SUIT VALUE OFAMERICA RAT. Off., FOlT MEN or Ait, AGE3. In all our experience and 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 reffil at $25 as you get! Jrif iJie "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 extre.mely low and ex pert labor costs much less than in any other clothing center. The manufacturers, too, are satisfied we've with a profit. small percentage of been m the Yoii ire sure to be satisfied with your purchase because every "Artilirlcan Standard 15" is sold under a guarantee of absolute' satisfaction or a new garment in exchange free of cost DOWNWARD COURSE Fast Being Realized By Newport :; "People. '"V A little backache at first. Daily increasing till the back is lame and weak. : , Urinary disorders quickly follows; 1 Dropsy and finally Brlght's disease. This is the downard course of kidney uis. . :.''.;;"- ' Don't take this course. Follow , the advice of a Newport citizen. ' Mrs. Elizabeth Frazier, E. Mjain 8t Newporr, Tenn., says: "1 am certata that no rther medicine is as effective jjas Doan's Kidney Pills in curing UaV ney complaint. 1 willingly confirm all I said in 1007, when I publicly ic commend them. For ten years I waa afflicted with kidney complaint. My trouble began with dizziness and a constant, dull ache across ray back. The kidney secretions were also dla ordered and I was restless, getting op in the morning all worn out. , After reading how Doan's Kidney Pills were helping other kidney suffer ers, I got a supply from the Minoia es brought me complete relief. Since then I have taken Doan's Kid. ney Pills on one or two occasions and they have kept ray kidneys' In goad working order." . , For sale by oil dealers. Price SO cents. Foster-Milburn Co., "i Buffalo, New York', sole agents for the United UDHtVO) ..... Itemember the name Doan'a and take no other. 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 moneyi' ' B D JONES & SON "The Clothiers" Newport, Tenn. First Baptist Church. J. W.O'Hara Pastor.' Preaching 10:43 a. m., and 7:45 p. m. Subjects, "Power of the Holy Spirit" and "Profit yf Godliness." - 8. 8. 9:i50 a. m., S. R. McSween and Jas. tokely Supls. B. Y. P. U. 6:45 p. m., Cicero Sparks Pres. Miss Annetla Honevcutt,Leader. Midweek service 7:15 p. m., Wed neaay. Workers meeting 7:15 p. m., Friday. All are cordially invited to at tend. For rent Two unfurnished rooms in rear of Justus' store. Apply to Mrs. Blair. V Governor and Mrs. Hooper came up from Knoxville Tuesday evening. Ed Clevengerleft Moonay eveningto attend the Mooney school at Harriman. Walter Willis leaves Friday for Tusculum, where he enters school. Judge After Two Editors McHenderson Brings Comtempt Proceedings Against Campbell County Men. Rheumatism Relieved in 6 Honrs. DR. Detchon's relief fob biiku 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. riold by Smith's Corner Drug Store, Main Street. 25 Votes 25 This coupon good for 25 votes if returned to The Plain Talk office by September 19, properly filled jout. . Name Address vNot Good After Sept. 19 A result of the case recently tried at Jacksboro, in which the LaFollette mayoralty case was decided against Mayor J. Will Taylor, the editors of two paners will be tried for contempt. The article in question was copied by numerous papers throughout the First and Second districts, and whetoer other contempt proceedings will be instituted remains to be seen. The Campbell County Record has the fol lowing reference to the case in its last issue: : ':- , - 'The committee of attorneys appoint ed by Judge G. Mac Henderson at the close of the circuit, court to investigate whether or not the Campbell County Record of LaFollette and the Campbell County Citizen .of Jacksboro should be tried for contempt made its report Sat urday and recommendod contempt proceedings against the editors of the t wo papers and also disbarment pro ceedings against W. R. . Peters who edits the JacksbDro paper. J udge Hen derson ordered capiases to be' issued for the arrest of the alleged aflenders. and that bonds of $250 each be required for their appearance at circuit court next Decrnter "This, action is the outgrowth of certain written utterances that ap peared in ttie two papers prior to the recent election case that was disposed of by Judge Henderson, who had taken it from the jury docket and tried it before himself over the pratest of the defendants in the case. "It is probable that Juqge Henderson will try these cases in his own court tlthough he has the discretion of call ing in a judge to try them in his stead." Anti-Sells Crowd Meet HOOPER OPENS BIG EXPOSITION (Continued from Page 1) bountiful of her eifts here, both In - abundance aud variety, and has not ships. , ' " ' ' I do not believe that many of na realize the growth and development. that lies immediately ahead of us in i . . .. t .... mu . 1 x uns muuiiiaiii cuuiitiv. i lie uiui.u rapidly approaching when every county in all this Appalachian region will be traversed by graded and metall ed highways, enhancing the value of farming lands, cheapening the cost of ' transnnrtion. increasing themroflt am fill products, shortening and smooth. thg the way from the home , to the church and school house, and making life in the country so attractive thai' the migration of our rural population ' to the cities will no longer lie a - problem." " Natural History. "T (Inn't snnrxisp." rpmnrked (iiiii Halloway, grinning ruefully, "that nerve to call my an "What went wrong?' 11 ever have down again-" we asked him. "It was this way. We were" invited out and the kid exhibited ' his wotsfc table manners. I leaued over to him and whispered in a stage whisper 'You're a little pig!' "The kid just grinned." 'Do you ' hear?' I hissed f 'You are a little pig! Do you have I sense enough to know what a UtUe pig is?' " 'Yes, papa,' answered . the child, trying to look innocent. 5 " 'Well, then, what is it?' ; " ' A pig la a hog's little boy!' . Cleveland Plain'Dealer. The orange tree that first 'produced the navel orange is still growing and bearing fruit at Riverside, Cal. It U highly prized and is protected by a high iron fence. Miss Cleo Plaineof Central City, Ky.r, is with Glenn's store and will have charge of the Millinery display thisseaj son. Miss West who has returned from Asheville will b Miss Plaine's assistant. :' .. - " " Another meeting of the anti-Sells crowd was held in Knoxville Monday, so it is stated. It is said that fifteen gentlemen who wou'd like to see the First district congressman dropped in a primary plan met at the Atkins hotel and discussed ways and means by which they thought they might get the scalp of the man they were after. It was rumored on Monday night in Knoxville that the man to make the race had been selected, but this same rumor was iu circulation several weeks ago, and it is presumed that the man has not been found as yet. Just who attended the meeting could not be learned, It was stated that ex-Con-, srre&smim Masspv was there and that 'v others were. Greeley Farmer, the j 0R, PAlt AND WDRJER' uramger county, representative wnoivjj joined hands with the Houk-Taylor I, - crowd in the wind-up; J. W. Cox of Johnson City, Al Shipley of Jonesboro, and Clerk and Master Taylor of Haw kins. It was noticeable that there was a fine gathering of Sells' enemies in Knoxville and several other names were hinted as being present, and one who assumed to know stated that there were 15 present at the meeting. VAUGHN AND JONES WIN AT KNOXVILLE ' Inthe horse show an! stock show lat Knoxville, Vaughn and Jones the well known Cocke county firm, were heavy winners. In the horse shown Peacock's pride captured the flOO tro phy offered by the American Sadddle Horse Breeder's Aisociatiop. Twelve horses were shown in that event. In the stock award, the following were among , the prizes landed by Vaughn and Jones: .; Stallion foal of 190), first prize of 20. Stallion foal of 1911, second prize of $10. - Filly foal of 1909. first and second prizes of $20 and $10. Filly foal of 1910, first prize of $12. Brood mare with foal at foot, first prize of $:-5. Swann Also Wins A, R. Swann's pair of mules shown here at the Newport fair were also the prize winners at Knoxville. 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