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PLANS FOR : FARM TRAIN Commissioner Peck is to Carry Out the Idea of Congress man Sells. Hackney; Broyles & Lackey Co., 308 Gay Street KNOXVILLE, TENN. ABflTHneselFof n The above goods are already packed and ready for shipment. Try one quart each. A better selection could not possibly be made from a: thousand different brands. Remember orr twenty years experienced in the whiskey business enables us to judge the merits of the above!' brands. You will be delighted. We want your order today and we want it every time you order. To get this, we must salisfy you, and we know that there is absolute and perfect satisfaction embodied in the above famous four brands. W. B. Whitlow,& Co. Wholesale Liquor Dealers i Middlesboro, Kentucky . m . , L.a.r?esT ana u aesi - - -'- 1 1 - 1 '--y The Merchants & s Planters Bank Newport, Tenn. Capital and Surplus $90,000 Solicits Your Business 4 Per Cent Paid on Time Certificates of Deposit Makes Your Baby Comfortable Watch baby crow after a .dose of Dr. FAHRNEY'S TEETHING SYRUP You want no better recommendation. Other mothers tell the same tale. Have it handy if you want to prevent Cholera Infantum and cure all in fant complaints. Best for bowel troubles. Can be given to babies one day old. Costa as cents. All druggists sell it. Trial bottle free if you mention this paper. Made only by DRS. D. FAHRNEY & SON, Hacostowh. Mn. ; A conference was held In Knoxyilie Saturday by T. F Peck, of Nashr ville, state agricultural commissioner, T. B. Thackston, of Bristol, land and industrial agent for the Southern itailway, ' and Pror. H. A. Morgan of the University of Tennessee, to dis cuss the Tennessee agriculture train which will be operated in East Tenn essee from October 16th to November 11th. At the close of the conferrence, they announced that a program had been deoided upon, also the itinerary, The train will' be operated under the auspices of the state department of ag riculture and the college of agriculture of the University of Tennessee In co-operation with the Southern Railway, lis branches and the K. 8. & E. railroads emihissioner Peck said that the idea was the outgrowth of speeches made by Congressman Sam It. Sells, of the first-district who advocated the opera tion of an auricultuf ajtrain for the pur poiorinterestlng aVfneM in his dis trict In th posj IbiHties'of farm produc tion, jt haridleduhder eIentlCic and modem methods,. .Speakers' from Wa shington, Mr. Peck continued had been secured, and the Southern Railway proposed to run the agricultural train at its own ex pence. Learning of this, Mr. Peck pot into communication with Mr Sells, Southern Railway officials; Prof. H. A. Morgan and others. It was at first v proposed that the train carry only agricultural exhibits, but" on account of the close relationship be tween the office of state public instruc tion and the state board of health with the farmers, it was decided that the latter should also have exhibits on the train. This being arranged satisfact orily, a , program is now arranged. Which will do much to promote the cause of agriculture, education and health. The plan has proved popular from the start, Mr. Peck said, and there is little doubt but later the train will be operated overt every railroad in the state and not confined to East Tennessee. The train will start October il6thl at Bluff City. It will be in Morristown on October 24th and in Newport, Oct ober 25. "My child was burned terribly about the face, neck and chest. I applied Dr. Thomas' Electic Oil. The pain censed and the child sank into a restful sleep." Mrs. Nancy M. Hanson, Ham burg, N. Y. Low Rates West Sept. 15 to Oct. 15 California, Oregon, Mon tana. ( Wyoming, Nevada, Washington, Idaho, Colo rado, Arizona, Utah, New Mexico, and Texas. Fast Time & Good Service Write me for lowest prevailing rate and reliable information. D. S. CHANDLER, DUt, Passenger Ait., L & N. R. R. KN0XVILLE, TENN. u o n mi DC 3C ere Are Our Specialties 1 Builders' Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Long Timbers, Hardwood Floor ing. . Special mill work, interior or exterior finish. Oak, pine, birch or poplar and U all other woods. Veneered doors, stairways, sash, glass and fiber plaster, store fronts, columns, balusters, brackets, and the famous cedar shingles.. : In fact, we have everything you need; if not, we manufacture it for you. You don't get old stock. You save the middleman's profit. We sell direct to the consumer. Send us your material bills or plans and let us make you our lowest prices. We thank you for noticing this advertisement. j The Khoxville Lumber & Manufacturing Co. r r , " . Wholesale and Retail Our - Fe rtilizer Facto! Now Ready ibr Operation On June llth, last, our entire Fertilizer Plant was destroyed by fire. We have renlarwl tha old fram hnilrti 1 : mn rr j. t. ii i ii. a i m i , uemg ziirxiou xeet. in n we are - installing one ot the most modern up to date, fertilizer plants in the South. 1 . Daily Capacity 8 to 10 Cars Our factory will have a capacity of 100 to 125 tons per day, and can be in creased to 150 tons per day, making from 8 to 10 car loads per day. We are very grateful for the very generous patronage of our friends and customers, which has N developed our business from our former little mixing plant to our present modern factory, of which we are very proud. ' ' i ' ;"; Orders for This Season Rfled Promptly Our prime object for making this statement, however, is to counteract the mis-statements of some of our competitors to the effect that on account of pur recent fire we will be unable to manufacture fertilizer for the coming season, but that we will be compelled to buy our goods from manufacturers who would j make them for us cheaper, regardless of the quality. ' We further desire to assure every one of our friends who has favored us with ' their order for fertilizer or who contemplates doing so, that we will certainly" be able to make shipments of the goods any day they may be wanted. ''hy,:.. No Goods Bagged Until Shipped We can scarcely hope to make fertilizers that will give better satisfaction thkn our high grade goods in the past, but with our modern mechanical and auto matic machinery, goods will not be bagged until ready to ship, .so that goods and bags will reach you in the best possible condition. Animal Bone Goods Our Specialty We shall continue as heretofore to make a specialty of high grade animal bone basis goods and will strictly maintain our high standard of the past. - - We are also in a position to furnish anything that may be desired, from the lowest grade phosphates to the highest grade of animal bone fertilizer that it is possible to make. . We are importers of Potash and Ammonacal Salts and will be pleased to quote prices on anything in the way of Complete Fertilizers, Acid Phosphates, Potash, Animal Bone Tankage, Bone Meal, Blood Meal, Nitrate of Soda, Peruvian Guano, Etc., either by the bag, ton or carload.. If our goods are not sold by your dealer, write, phone or see us. High Grade We are one of the largest dealers in Field Seeds in the South and we have built up our business by making a specialty of strictly high grade seed. They are guaranteed to comply with the requirements of State Pure Seed Law. We are headquarters for Agricultural Implements, Machinery and Vehicles, We are receivers and shippers of Hay, Grain, Cotton Seed Meal and Feed Stuffs, Automobiles and Automobile Supplies. We manufacture Harness and Saddlery. - Farmers: Make Our Store Your Head- M quarters During the Exposition. .We know most of you, wewantto meet all of you during the Exposition. Come to our store, make it your headquarters while in the city and let us shofr you through our fertilizer plant where you can see for yourself just how our high grade goods are made. Hacloiey, Broyles & Lackey Co. 306-308 Gay Street, Knoxyilie, Tenn. ; Factory Located at 115-127, Broad St., on Southern Ry. RlItLX, TENNESSEE c DC