"Excellent ' Passenger
Service to all Pol iits
Elegant Coaches and Magnificent Pullman
Sleeping Cars and. Dining Cars
If you intend traveling to ay point iu any
'direction.' call on or writ,) to the nearest
Agent xi the Soutjiern Railway Company.
G. M. D. P. A.
Knoxville, Tenn. r
"ft in I il li"
.traded yjsj1? yyyfej1-
" "Crystal Pale"
REPORT AS TO THE 1
v NEWPORT MEETING
(Dark Halvator Style)
NOTED FOB THKIR
Qualities, Age and Purity
.' " .. WK ALSO BBEW AND BOTTLE V
4 'BAISlf ' ' Near Beer
. Contains not more than 1 alcohol by volume.
ALSO THE FAMOUS -
"Temperance Drink No. 23"
, Contains less than of 1 alcohol by volume.
Delicious Nourishing Refreshing
We Respectfully Solicit Your- Patronage.
Prices Furnished Upon Application.
. For your Shoes come to Stokely, Jones &
Co. We have the nicest and largest line in the
town. x Everything in Velvets, Gunmetals ; and
"-'' ' ' ' ,' ! '
Patents. We have all sizes and widths. This is
'-''"-:v;. ' ; : - , .
something no other dealer in the town has ever
had. See us before you buy. '
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. ; The Clothiers
Opposite Depot . Newport, Tenn.
.The following appeared
Methodist Advocate Journal
week. ' '
We have Just closed a very fine
meeting. . About 28 conversions. Tne
church has been greatly renulled. I
am sure I have not served a charge
where there has been such Improve
ment in the spiritual condition. I
have never had more faithful and
hearty cooperation : from any pastor
than the Rev. W. 8. Hendrix, of the
M. E. Church Soutti, nor a sweeter
Christian, spirit among the two
Methodism. The pastor of the Baptist
Church was with us some, preaching f
once with great
SENATOR TAYLOR TO
LOOK AFTER FENCES
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Coming Home Soon to Attend to
Things Concerning His Re
' " ElediohEnlivement.- 'r -
Washington, D. C, Oct. 3. Senator
Robert L. Taylor is preparing to leave
Washinston next week for Tennessee,
to devote the next twe" months to
matters related to his candidacy for re
election. Much of his time will be
acceptability The spent in Nashville. Asked what he
Rev. 8. Q. Kelron did most all the ' would
preaching while , here. But for the ' journ.
font (hat Ttrnthfel Ifatrnn haI 4 IdatTAl
.i - . - I thing that gets in my way, for I am
discuss during his home so
Senior Taylor replied: J'Any-
twice, once going to hLj' -
home, and once to his ajxpojntmf nt, I f sln8 "ve wire.
am sure the results would liaVe been f
much better. Brother ; Ketron is in
deed an Evangelist. "1 think our con
ference needs just suoh, n. evangelist
who will devote all. ms. time1 , to that
work. Brother J. ' W. Fisher ' was.
with us most every service, and his
earnest prayers and splendid addresses
were very helpful. With such a peo
ple revived and united in love, we are
expecting great things. We are ex
pecting the " Flying Thompson" with
us before conference. Best wishes for
you and the "Methodist Advocate
Journal." Rkv. M. C. Beunkb. ,
Have Made Many Newport Resi
dents Enthusiastic. V" V -
No wonder scoresof ifewjwrt citizens
grow enthusiastic. It is 'enough to
make anyone happy to find relief after
years of suffering. Public statements
like the following are but truthful rep
resentations of the dally work done in
Newport by.Doan's Kidney Pills. ".
Mrs. M. B; Fancher, College Hill,
Newport, Tenn., says: 'I am glad to
confirm all I said about Doun's Kidney
Pills when I publicly recommended
them in 1907. ' For several years I was
distressed by backache and weakness
through my loins and I believe the
trouble was Caused by an injury. The
kidney secretions were also disordered.
Doan's Kidney Pills which I obtained
from the Minnis Drng Store., strength
ened my back and kidneys and. after
that my condition improved in every
way. 1' ' publicly recommend Doan's
Kidney Pills in 1908 and I gladly con
firm that statement, fori still consider
this remedy the best one to be had in
curing kidney complaint." ' - j
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. ' Foster-MUburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
States. ' ; " ' V
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.
One Million Dollars For A
This Offer Should Be a Warning
to Every Man and
Messrs Jack and James Heil man,
The newspaper and medical journals
recently have had much to suy relative
to a famous millionaire's oiler of a
million dollars for a new stomach. -This
great multi-millionaire was too
busy to worry about the condition of
hisstomach. He alldwed his dyspepsia
to run from bad to worse until, in the
end it became incurable. -V ',.
His misfortnne serves as a warning
Everyone who suffers with dyspepsia
for a few years will give everything
he owns for a new stomach t ."
Dyspepsia Is commonly caused bv an
abnormal state of the gaslio juices, or
by lack of tone in the walls of tthe
stomach. The result, is that the
stomach loses its power todigest food.
We are now 'able to 'supply certain
missing elements to help to restore
to:lhe gastric juices theif digestive
power, and to aid , in making , the
stomach strong and well.
We know that Rexall Dyspepsia
Tablets are a most dependable remedy
for disordered stomachs,- indigestion,
We want you to try them and will
return your money if you are not more
than satisfied with the result. .
Three sizes,-25 cents, 50 cents, and
$1.00. Remember, you can obtain
Rexall Remedies In -this community
only at our store The Uexall Store.
Smith's Corner Drug Store,' Newport,
Land For Sale
l-have for sale near Lenoir City,
Loudon County, Tenn., six tracts of
land, five of the tracts containing 100
acres each, and one tract 120 acres, all
I adjoining, 40 to 50 acres cleared land
Miss Martha Heilman and Mrs., Hell, 'on each tract and In cultivation, bal-
man went to Newport Saturday after- j nee In Umber, land lays well, and Is a
noon and spent Saturday night and food grade of limestone land, running
Sunday with Mrs. Heilman'sdaua-ht- water, with four good springs. No
er, Mrs. Elmer. Jones. Greene ville l improvemenis
Order, of Publication
In the Chancery Court at Newport,
J. M. Jackson Lumber Co
C. L. Goodmin. ,
"' To :.r?l?- '
- C.Li GOOD WIN,
In this cause it appearing from. the
bill, which Is sworn to, that O. L
Goodwin is a non-resident of the state,
he is therefore hereby required to ap
pear on. or before the first Monday In
November next, before the Clerk and
Master of said court, at his office in
Newport,, and make defense to the bill
filed against him in said court by J. M.
Jackson Lumber Co., or otherwise the
bill will be taken for confessed.: . ":
It is further ordered that this notice
be published for four consecutive weeks
in the Newport Plain Talk. .
This Sept. 12th, 1911. - v " - ,
. A. A. Catbs, :-" : r.
i )'-4 Clerk and Master.:
Geo. WiGorreil.Sol.'; IV,
Mrs. Laura Robinson and Miss Hat
tie Brooks have returned from, a 'visit
with Mrs. Roblhsori's son, P.T. Robin
son at LaFollette. This was the first
trip Mrs. Robinson had taken away
from the county In nearly a quarter of
a century;-'" . . ; ''
flammatorj Rheumatism Immediately ReJkTed
Morton L. Hill, of Lebanon, Ind.,
saysr ,4My wife: had Jnflamatory
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
Db. Detchon'8 Relief For Rheu
mati8M. It gives 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, Main Street. ' ' v
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Miss Mary Graham : Robinson- left
Monday morning to enter the state
normal school at Jonnson City.-
... Price $12 to $15 per acre, one-third
cash, balance in one, . two and three
v John M. Pipes,
190 acre farm; 140 acres cleared; good
state of cultivation. Good barn, onl
six and one three room house. Wei
watered: an ideal stock farm. Twelve
miles from Knoxville; one-fourth mile
off good pike; one and one-fourth miles
from station. Five minutes walk of
good school and church. Must sell at
once. $5,000. Terms. ' '
vV';:Vt ' L. E: Williams, ;
Route 3 . Concord. Tenn.
LEA DONALDSON LOSES
A THREfi-DAY-OLD SON
The many friends pt Lea Donaldson,
of Morristown, will regret to 'hear , of
the death of his infant, at his-home
at - M irristow.i. Toe little , one
which was only three days old, had
been named Lea King Donaldson, Jr.
Wa-a fA . Juan IJ jHt w
Return Blank and $5 and we will ship Express Prepaid -s
8 QUARTS RUSSELL EXTRA PURE. O
STRAIGHT ' KENTUCKY WHISKY Q
Government StandardProof unsurpassed lnrlchdellebtfulfliTors
fine.smootb, heavy body and perfect color. Money back If not satisfied,
' - '. . '; ' REGULAR PRICE $7.40 ; ;r, ; "
' I POSITIVELY WILL' NOT SHIP AT V ? "
.THIS REDUCED PRICE. UNLESS YOU SEND MONEY ORDER
CUT THIS AOVCKTiaKMKNT UT AM SION ( NAM TO T TNI araolAI. mm
0. H. RUSSELL DISTILLING CO., Distillers, 107 Kelson St., LOUISVILLE, 11
If you know the difference in marble. -
Tff i. i. i 1 JX , f
ii you waui guuu quuiiiy oi maroie. v-
If you are willing to buy the best for less money.
If you want the' best work on your marble. .
See us. "We have the goods and want the money and x .'
will make prices to please you. ' .
ALLEX MONUMENTAL WORKS.
, All 13 ahd $3.60 shoes at $2.
Metal-faced washboards at 10c. "
All 25c ptock powders 3 for 50c.
4 paii-s good socks for 25c. ' ,
See us. ? Wear nearly out of goods and want to flussh .f
iDo Hot Order
until yon have seen
J. S. & D. G. ALLEN S0RT
WE MANUFACTURE THE VERY HIGHEST
GRADE OF " "
Type ' t;,. ; "'
Brass Rule in Strips
Brass Labor Saving Eule
Brass Column Eule ; .
Brass Circles ;
Brass Leader! r v ? . f.J
Brass Bound Corners ' v,
Brass Leads and Slugs
Brass Galleys , . '
Metal Borders .
L.-S. Metal .Furnituie
Leads and Slugs ''
Metal Leaders - -
Space and Quads .
6 to 48 point
Metal Quoins, Etc.
Old Column Rules refaced and made as good as new at small cost.
Please remember that we are not In any Trust or Combination and
are sure that we can make it greatly to your advantage to deal with us.
A copy of our Catalogue will de cheerfully furnished on application'
'..We frequently have good. bargains in second hand Job Presses,"
Paper Cutters, and other Printing Machinery. v "
Philadelphia Printers Supply Co. ;
. r'T" Manufacturers of'
. . . . Type and High Grade Printing '"atcrial ' 1
" 39 North Ninth Htrcet ' f
- - .- ' PITTT. ATlT.t.PIII A ;
renn Type ounary
First Baptist Church. J. W.O'Hara
Pastor. '"' v -
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" Preaching 10;45 a:, m., and 70 p. m.
'The Course of ain."-
. 8. B. 9-20 a. m., S. R. McSween and
Jas. Stokely Supla. ' ,. .... , J . . . .
B. Y. P. U4 8:30 p. m.,Cicero Bparks
Pres. W. P. Ownsby, Leader.' ;
Midweek Bervice "7:15 p. m.. Wed
nesday. ", ''y''
' Workers meeting 7J5. m., Friday.
"All are cordially V Inylted to." at
of our friends are more than pleased with the soft effects in our i
Carbon Finish Photographs. Have carbons made this time and you
will be one more satisfied customer." " .
McCoy's Studio, 313 Gay Street, Knoxville, Tenn. '
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RUT WF KNOW WF TAN PROVE T
The POST Wagons and Hacks will out-run and out-
j last them all. They have been tried for forty years, and we
7K are as careful today as ever in their construction,. ' ( ? v
Duy ins ibiiuw mi unu um tuts m ; : &
m FRAHIE H, POST GO.
M - -Pri ' KNOXVILT.1!, TENN. . . -
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