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Special to the Neivs. Headache Running around is the order of the day. "I find Th.rtfnnVe Cluclr-Dnmnht fxA mmiioino for Iv or ri . It cnrod my on eftnr he hrt ep nt with doctor. ItiitlHl'rirnl- Icine I take." MRS. ( A"OLI.'K MARTIN, Parkersburg, W. Va. If your liver tlws not uct reg ularly g'( to your lnitT;;ijit and secure ii package of Tlii'dford's lilack-l)raui?ht and take a dose ton'ht. Thin preat family medicine frees the constipated bowels, ptirs up the torpid liver and i-auaes a healthy secretion of bile. Thedford'g Plark Pranpht will denote the bowels of im purities and strengthen tbe kid nevg. A torpid liver invite colds, biliousness, chills and fever and all manner of sick ness and contagion. Weak kid neys result in Bright 's disease which claims as many victim! as consumption. A 2Vcent package of Tbedford's Black Draught should al - ays be kept in the house. "I used Thedfnrri'a Blaok Draught for liver and kidney com- filainn and found nothing to excel t."-WlJJJlAM COFFMAN, Mar blehead, ill. THEDFORD'S ' i in w "I had tronble with my bowels which made my DlpiMt Impare, My face was eovered with pimples which no eit.rn.l rom.dy could remove. I tried ynnr Oaaeareti and treat was my Joy when the fimnles disappeared after a month's steady sse. have recommended them to all my friends and yui'.c n iw navi; ftuna reuer. :. J. Patch, MI Hark Ave., New York City, N. Y. Best For The Bowels PtAIIIRt Pl..aKl Dnlnt T. ... ("1....4 I Never Sicken, Weaken or Gripe, 10c, 86c, 50c. Never soiu in duik. Tne genome tablet stamped UIU, Guaranteed to care or your money back Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or N.Y. Boo ANNUAL SALE, TEN MILLION BOXES The Trials of Women. The homes of this country are filled with women whose trials utterly de troy the joys of existence. They are the victims of female disorders and tbev do not get relief, and they are forced to drag through tbe weary years without tbe hope of better days. All such should be advised to use a lew bottles of ST. ANDREWS WINE OF LIFE ROOT. It plants hope in hopeless hearts, the seeds of Joy in joyless minds, whose fruition Is the blooms o( health on the cheek of the perfect woman, to whom the Ills of ber former existence are now the real zest of ber pleasurable life. Thousands of women all over this land have testified to tbe truthfulness of this assertion. TONICS FOR WOMEN. Delicate women require a tonic. An iron tonic is (rood, but St. Andrew'; Wine of Life Root is better. While toning up the system, purifying; the blood and restoring exhausted nerves, it regulates any derangements, and strengthens woman In the most sens! tive part of her organism. Price J 1.00 per bottle. Ask your druggist for it. Made only by ANDREWS MFG, CO. Bristol, Tenn. pare wi 9mA 9 IBf... tj-l csa a m.o L J. Turner went, to Jasper Saturday. J. D. Rogers of Bridgeport, Ala., pent Saturday night with bis brother, W. 1!. Rogers. brown Jones visited home folks Sun day. Ask Miss Phoebe why she didn't take that letter Saturday. Messrs. George and Frank Condra and Oscar Forrester went to tbe grave-yard cleaning at Pleasant Grove Saturday. George Condra looked sad Saturday. Wonder what wusthe matter? ' Miss Ethel Rogers has been visiting relatives at Pleasant Grove the past week. Mr. Ed and Miss Sallie Carroll were at W. B. Rogers Sunday eve. Oscar Forrester got a rosebud Sunday and said he was going to make bia us ual trip to Sequachee. Mr. and Mrs. H. II. Hancock were at Pleasant Grove Saturday. Willie Wubb was on our streets Sun dav. W. B. Rogers and family went to the graveyard cleaning Saturday. One of our young ladies looked mighty sad whon she heard that a young man was drinking Saturday night. Mrs. Tom Dawson visited ber sister, Mrs. Hudson, Sunday eve., MiBS Phoebe Hancock is staying with Mr?. Westmoreland who is very ill. Will Hudson says ho wants that rose' bud pressed. Mrs. Turner and MissDonohugh went to Jasper shopping one day last week Mrs. W, B. Rogers and daughter, Ada went to Jasper shopping one day last week. Rose mm ios, I The lulittriaU used ii. ',iif.uufact.uring thia B:.kin Powil'-r arc !rnaran:?eil rr.ro ' aud wholesome. Satisfaction quurmlecd i or your money bm:k by jour dealer. TAKE HOSUS3T1TUTE insist on having 1 n Nothing has ever equalled it. Nothing can ever surpass it. Dr. King's New Discovery A Perfect For All Throat and Cure : Lung Troubles. Money bach If It fail. Trial Bottles free. PRYOR COVE. Special to the Neu$, J. Ivey was on our streets this week. e is going to move his mill to Steven son, Ala. Misses Nellie and Florence Horned were on our streets tbe past week vis iting. Well, Scbruddor, I am not a fly catch' er, but that old gentleman at Pleasant Grove will knock it off of you. I reckon that Sbellmound young man was successful in his wish at the grove My wish is for more onions. Joe Prigmore was on our streets this week. Wonder what that younglady thought when that young man asked bor for ber bouquet at tbe well. Mrs. J. J. Brown and Mrs. Will Read were calling on Mrs. J. M. Haynus last week. John Blessing was here on business last week. Lookout Sbellmound girl, I am com ing over there pretty soon, and it will be root hog or die. W. D. llaynes was at the graveyard cleaning Saturday at Pleasant Grove and met a heap of friends there. Well, Schrudder, isn't it right for the jug handle to be en the outside of tbe jug. If it was on the inside it would n't be very bandy to use. Hot Summer. RODDY SPRING. Specinl to the News. Railroading is tbe order of the day. Messrs. Givins, Creeks and Fults are hauling for the Clifty Creek Lumber Co Mrs. White was tbe guest of Mrs. Vaadergriff Sunday, Chas. Vandergriff and Frank Cold well started for Jasper Sunday, but the lat ter declined the idea, and said be be lieved he'd go to Altamont, so he did. but what was tbe result. Mr. Perry and family have moved in to the house vacated by Mr. Joe Hen HOQ. Polk Cold well went to Altamont to visit bis mother to-day. Miss Carrie White of Tracy City, was visiting her mother, Mrs. White, Satur day. Wonder if the fortuneteller gave Lee Smith any advice on horse trading. If vou want to see Frank's color chaugo just ask him why he is wearin that little cap. Riley Henson visited heme folks i Payne's Cove to-day Sunday. . J no. Duncan, of Roddy Spring, moved into Louis Sweeten's house to-day. Y. H. Burns, of Monteagle, passed through here Saturday en route to Coal mont. Sweetheart. in(Q)(O)o0! Gash Oiven Awav Can be Cured with Dr. Miles' Anti Pain Pills. If your nerves are eubject to disturb ances, ouch aa Headaches, Neuralgia, Backache, ' Rheumatism, Menstrual Pains, Sleeplessness, etc., their Jarring and jangling can be quickly ended with a Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain. Pill. Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills are pleas ant little pink tablets, which do not act on the bowels, nor do they have any disagreeable weakening or habit-form ing effect on the system. They are the result of the latest scien tific knowledge on the subject of Pain, and bring relief safely and quickly to tha greatest sufferer. Tou should always keep a box of Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills In the house, since you never know when pain may attack you, and it la wrong to suffer when your suffering can be so quickly relieved. Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills contain no opium, chloral, cocaine, morphine, or similar drugs, and are sold by druggists under a guarantee to relieve you, or pay your money back. By relieving Pain, Dr. Miles' Antl- Paln Pills shorten Buffering, and length en life. 25 cents. Never sold In bulk. 'I have used Dr. Miles' Anti-rain Pills when troubled with hendnche, and find that one pill Infallibly effects relief In a very snort lime, i also use vr. wiles Nerve and Liver IMlls when necessary. I am considerably afllirted with neural- aria of the head and find- these pills of much benefit to me. They are all that is claimed for them." msoRUB COL GATE, 219 Oakland Bt., Ban Antonio, 1 ex. Titititi Write to us for Free Trial X XIXjXj Paokaee of Dr. Miles' Antl- Paln Pills, the New Scientific Remedy for Pain. Also Symptom Blank. Our Specialist will diagnose your case, tell you what Is wrong, and how to right It, Free. DR. MILES MEDICAL CO., LA1JUKA 1U1UJSB, X , XCiU, FARRIOR SWITCH. Special to the Neivi, Cold and rainy was tbe order Sunday. Mr. Balton passed by bere Sunday. Ask Tom Lofty what he did with that note he had Saturday. Misses Lomie Morry and Nellie Rob- bins, of Glovers' Hill, made a call at this place Saturday. , Mr. and Mrs. John McGulrt were visit ing at the Switch one day last week. Bill Spears was here on business last Thursday. Frank Condry passed here on busi ness Thursday. Morris Westmoreland came home Sat urday evening with a smile on bis face as long as a hoe handle. A ten-pound boy arrived. Miss Maggie Tate was visiting Miss Ada Rogers Friday and Saturday. miss Mary Kobbins was visiting ye 1. M. 1 1 . .i , . , writer xuursuay ui mo last weea. a Oscar Foster was at Morris Westmore land's Monday on business. Mr. and Mrs. H. Hancock were at Pleasant Grove Saturday at the grave yard cleaning and reported a nice time. Seab Johnson went to Jasper Tues day. Miss Ethel Rogers visited ber uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. H. Torbett, at Pleasant Grove. Goo. Hudson was seen on our streets as usual the other day. May Pinnlngton was visiting at Mrs. Donson's Tuesday. Mrs. Addie Rogers visited bere Sun day. Mr. Pinnlngton and son was visiting at A. K. Pinnlngton Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lawson, of Jasper, was visiting bere Sunday. Ye writer was all smiles Sunday. xou can guess why. muebell. A POSITIVE NECESSITY. Having to lay upon my bed for 14 days from a severely bruised leg, I on ly found relief when 1 used a bottle of Ballard s Snow Liniment. I can cheer fully recommend it as tbe best medicino for bruises ever sent to the afflicted. It has now become a positive necessity up on myself. I). R. Byrnes, Merchant, Doversville, Texas 2;c, site, 81.00. For sale by Sequatchie Supply Store and Whitwell Drug uo. A Sure Thing. It is said that nothing Is sure except death and taxes, but that is not alto gether true. Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption 18 a sure cure ior an lung and throat troubles. Thousands can testify to that. Mrs. C. B. VanMe tre of Shepherdtowo, WestVa., says: "I had a severe case of Bronchitis and for a year tried everything I heard of, but got no relief. One bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery then cured me absolute ly." It is infallible for Croup, Whoop ing Cough, Grip, Pneumonia, and Con sumption. Try it. It's guaranteed by Whitwell Drug Co. Trial bottles free. Regular sizes 50o, SI. 00. NOTICE. 1 will bo in Sequaebee Friday of each week. All desiring dental work may call on me at the Hotel Marion. Will be at Jasper Mondays. N. I!. MOO RE, Dentist. OADTOTIIA. FAVORITE KOMEPAPER. Why the Twice-a-Weck Republic Has Achieved Wide Popularity. Established for nearly a century and read regularly by moro than 500,000 per sons in tho West and Southwest, the TWICE-A-WEEK REPUBLIC of St. Louis can ius.tly lay claim to tbatenvia ble distinction, "Favorite Home Paper." It is great because ithas always aimed to inform, instruct and entertain its readers on all matters of public and homo interest. In 1004 it will bo espec ially interesting and valuable. Hero are some reasons why you should sub scribe for it: This is campaign year and you will want to be informed of tbe movements of party leaders, reports of groat Na tional and State conventions, tho pro Cw otions, etd . . You will want to know all about the World's Fair to be held in St. Louis from April 80 to December 1. 1904. You will be interested in and kept well informed by tbe Farm Visitor, a regular supplement to the paper, pre pared especially for the farmer and bis family. You will want to know what tbe world is doing in every field of activity, and through the unsurpassed news and spe cial service of tho TWICE-A-WEEK REPUBLIC you will not be disappoint ed. In short sketches, choice bits of fic tion, articles of interest to women, children and the borne, fashion hints and helpful household suggestions the TWICE-A-WEEK REPUBLIC easily leads among the weeklies of tho great West. If vow want the TWICE-A-WEEK REPUBLIC sent to your adiress, order it at once direct from tho otti'jo at St. Louis. Mo., or through your local news dealer. Il only costs ?1 a year. to Users of i Efktal aLasW We are goirt to be more liberal than ever in 1904 to users of Lion Coffee. Not only will the Lion-Heads, cut from the packages, be good, as heretofore, for the valuable premiums we have always given our customers, but n Addition f o f ho Rogu! ar Free FioniEums the same Lion-Heads will entitle you to estimates In our $50,000.00 Grand Prize Contest, wnicn win make some of our patrons rich men and women. You can send in as many estimates as desired. There will be TWO GREAT CONTESTS The first contest will bo on the July 4th attendance at the Sf. louia World's Fair,' the second relates to 1 mai Vote For President to be cast Nov. 8, 1904. $ao,ooo.oo will be distributed in each of these contests, making $40,000.00 on the two, and, to make It still more interesting, in addition to this amount, we will give Grand First Prize of $5,000.00 rLr" opportunities of winninga Dig casn pi Five Lion-Heads cut from Lion Coffee Packages and a a cent stamp entitle you (in addition to the reg ular free premiums) to one vote in either contest: WORLD'S FAIR CONTEST What will be the total July 4th attendance at the St. Louis World's Fair? At Chicago. July 4. 1893. the attendance was 283.Z73. For nearest correct estimates received la Woolson Spice Com pany'! office. Toledo, Ohio, on or before June 30th, 1904, we will give Arat prise (or the neareat correct estimate, second prise to the next nearest, etc., etc., as follows: 1 First Frlse 2,600.00 1 leeond Prise 1 ,000.00 a rris.ee souu.uu eaco l.uuu.uu B rrliea 200.OO lO rrlses 20 Prlaea 60 Prises 260 Prises 1800 Prises 100.00 10.00 O.OO . 1 .000.00 1 ,000.00 l.OOO.OO l.OOO.OO 2,600.00 9,000.00 2139 PBIXEB, TOTAL, 120,000.00 Printed blanks to vote on found in every Lion Coffee Pack age. The a cent stamp covers the expense of our acknowledgment to you that your es .-3 tlmate Is recorded. PRESIDENTIAL VOTE CONTEST What will be the total Popular Vote cast for President (votes for all candidates combined) at the election November 8. 1904? l 1900 election, 13,959.653 people voted for President. For nearest cor rect estimates received in Woolson Spice Co.'s. office. Toledo. 0. on or before Nov. 5. 1904, we will (rive flrit prlie for the nearest cor rect estimate, second prlie to tbe next nearest, etc.. etc., aa follows: 1 First Prise I2.SOO.OO 1 Beoond Prlie 1,000.00 2 Prises ISOO.OO each 1')" i N S Prises 10 Prises 20 Prlsas 60 Prises 2RO Prises 1800 Prises 200.00 100.00 60.00 20.00 10.00 COO 1 ooo.oo 1,000.00 1,000.00 .1,000.00 2,600.00 .9,000.00 2139 PRIZES, TOTAL, 120,000.00 4279 PRISES Distributed to tht Public-irrigating S45,000.C0-ln addition to which we thall giw 33,330 to Grocers' Clerks (see particulars In LION COFFEE cases) making a grand total of $50,000.00. H COMPLETE DETAILED PARTICULARS IN EVERY PACKAGE OF LI.N mmmnrb pim fw''! PlV'l'''!f9 WOOLSON SPICE CO., (CONTEST DEPT.) TOLEDO, -OKiO. d THANS. Special to the tfeivs. May is hear again with sunsbinp, birds, bees, and flowers bloom with sweet perfume upon tho orchard trees. Mr. Jacobs and wife are-guests of N. Deakins this week. Ah, bow prptty everything looks this lovely spring day. Tbe farmers an1 whistling around, some planting corn and some of the boys are gone to peel bark. So everything is moving on flne. Tbe prospect is flne for a good wheat crop. . Tbe fruit is not all killed. I hope to ! live to eat peach pin yet. I expect to vi.sit my old home in Bled soe county to see if my fruit is all right and I hope my pears and cherries are unharmed, and apricots also. James M. Stewart gave us a pleasant call last Sunday afternoon, and we did enjoy his visit so much. So come again. Mrs. Leona Deakins and Mrs. Ida Llobb and their kids went a-fishing this afternoon. Ye writer did not go with them a-flsbing for fear I might get in the river again like I did the last time. There were several of us went a-flsbing, and when I walked out on a drift of old logs to set and fish tbe old log rolled over and I wrnt in heels over head into tho river. You may bet on it that I h id hard scrbbling to get out of it. It was so di'ep. That was my last trip fishing. If I go any moro I shore will not walk out on another old drift to set to fish. Died, May 3rd, tbe little son of James Floyd, of measles. His romains were laid at rest at Thans Ch;ipul at ike old Kell graveyard to await the resurrect ion morning. "Peaceful bo thy Silent slumber, 1'eaerful in thy grave so low, Thou no more shall join our number, Ibou no more 'suau sorrow kuow. "Yet again we hope to greet thee, When the day of lifu is fled, And in heavennope to greet thee, Where no farewell tears are shed." M. E. G. The ST. LOUIS WORLD 365 Daily Newspapers for $1.00 A Daily Newspaper for Less Than 2 Cents per Week. THE WORLD is published every day in the year, including Sundays. It is an eight, twelve, sixteen, twenty and 24-page paper. Il is a stalwart Democratic page and its pointed editorials have attracted much attention. 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