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T.'iis pror.t utock medicine is a niom-y saver for ptot'k raisers. It in a niodicin ", not a cheap iucd or collection j'owder. Though pnt up in e ;ai vr form than ihmltonls LilicW-T.i an-ilii. renowned for the cure of the digestion trouhtev of permns, it 1ms the flame qualities of invigorating digestion, stirring up tins torpid liver and looseomg the constipated bowels for all iiiock and i-viltrv. It in carefully pre pared, and its action is bo healthful ifi that tiU":k grow and tnrive wuna oceasi'4'al dose in their food. Jit cures h.g cholera and makes hops grow fat. It cures chicken chohta and roijn and makes hens lay. t cures obstipation, distemper anlrt colds in! horses, murrain in cattle, ana naiKri a urauKui. aiuiimi more wo, for the food consumed, It piven animals and fowls of all kinds newjife. Every farmer and raiser shoi-d certainly give it a trial. It costs 2Tjc. a can and saves tea times its pr'me in profit. PnT9B'iSi Kas., March 25, 1104. I have been UiV-R yoiur Black-Draught Block ana Poultry Medicine on my took for some tune. I have used all kinda of atock fod but I have found that yours la tba -Uf-at for my purpose. J. D. UABBUII. TRY Drm J. Rim Stewart's SURE CURE FOR GALLS&SORES Guaranteed to Cure. 0S XT WORK THE HORSE EVERY DAY. Used and endorsed by some of the largest houses in the, country, If your dealer does not have It and refuses to order it, send direct for price and book of testimonials. JACOB STOHAUER & SONS CO., Caro, Mich. The Trials of Women. The homes of this country are filled with women whose trials utterly de stroy tbe joys of existence. I hey are the victims of female disorders and they do not get relief, and they are forced to drag through the weary years without the hope of bet ter Jays. All such should be advised to use a fow bottles of ST. ANDREW'S WINE OF LIFE ROOT. It plants bope in hopeless hearts, the seeds of joy in joyless minds, whose fruition is the blooms of health on the cheek of the perfect woman, to whom the Ills of ber former existence are now tbe real zest of ber pleasurable life. Thousands of women all over this land have testified to the truthfulness of this assertion. TONICS FOR WOMEN. Delicate women require a tonic. An Iron tonic is good, but St. Andrew's 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 sensi tive part of her organism. Price SI 00 per bottle. Ask your druggist for it.. Made only by ANDREWS MFC, CO., unstoi, renn. rf3 WIRE SETTEES t YARDS & CEMETERIES. i. STRONG AND DURABLE. WILL NOT ROT AND FALL DOWN LIKE THOSE MADE OF WOOD. WIRE AND IRON TREE BOXES EASILY ADJUSTED AND A SURE PROTECTION FOR YOUNG TREES. I FLOWER POT STANDS. $Tnj"3 AM "ICILY eOnSTROCTU. MOUNTED ON CASTORS. HANDSOM ELY FINISHED IN GREEN AND GOLD BRONZE. WEATHER VANES PfttvaTI MSIDCHCt. A COMPtCTt L1NC OH HOMO ALSO, WIRE AND IRON FCNCCS AND POULTRY NETTING. DOW WIRE WORKS CO. Louisville, Ky. Good Printing can always be obtained from tLi Si DOANS, TEX. Special to the Nrf s. I have thought for home time worn of my oia rnenas itigut ;tnt lo near a ut tle of my expi-rieni e in old Texas. I came to this stale abou t thirteen years at'o from the neighborhood of old Cedar Spring1. I'retty soon after I landed l Texas one of my neighbors called en me to go about twelve miles for tbe doe tor which I rcadi'v consented todo. Ka they prepared mo with a nice new. over coat and heavy -tliclrer, and as It was awful cold and f.bo snow was falling fast I put them on. Thon they brought forward and began saddling a mule, and I was soon mounted- The uiulo then very politely tok bold of the log of my pantaloons an4 began to belp me off. However tboy insisted that the animal was a good saddler and gentle so I mounted again. She then very sudden ly let her head down and her heels up, Then she reversed herself a few times first placing nie bekind the saddle and then In front. At. last the poor creat ure landed me on her hips and sudden ly her bead went down again. I guess I thought I bad U-rned into a snow bird for I suddenly tarted into the air with my mouth .Gpen catching the flakes as thoy came into ray face or mouth as I went on my way rejoicing but looking for a gocd landing place. Tbere came to me an indefinable feel ing of ease and delight. I bad begun to tblnk of a speech to say to the peo ple of Mars when I reaohed there and to swish I bad waited to get a letter of in- xoduction when I came to a sudden atop which came very near relieving 6J,e dentist of any work en my teth, or i the surgeon of any on acy neck. On waking an inspection of my location I fownd I was sitting in the snow not moce than 40 feet from where I had started and my pet was quietly eating some i,ay that was lying under a wire fence. Although the aerial expedition was qlte delightful 1 thought it best for my beaith and good looks oot to ride that swtle after a doctor. Crops are generally good. Joe Hack worth. A Boy's Wild Ride for Life. With family around expecting him to die, and a son riding for life, 18 miles to get Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds. W. H. Urown, of beesville, ind., endur ed death's agonies from asthma; but this wonderful medicine gave instant relief and soon cured him. He writes: 'I now sleep soundly every night." Like marvelous cures of Consumption, Pneumonia, Bronchitis, Coughs, Colds and Grip prove its matchless merit for all Throat and Lung troubles. Guar anteed bottles 50c and S1.0O. Trial bot tles free at Wbitwell Drug Co. MONTLAKE, TENN. Special to the News. Visiting is the order of the day. Geo. Smith and Wilson Yother went to Chattanooga last Monday. Sam Gentry is on the sick list this week. Frank Long and family are over from Dunlap visiting Mrs. Long's mother, Mrs. Smith, Bart Slatton has gone to Dunlap. Jim Coston had a smile on his face Sunday like a wave on a goose pond. Miss Mvrtle llatfleld from Daus is visiting her aunt, Mrs. John Worley There was a crowd from here went to Dnnlap last Sunday. They were Geo Smith and Miss Mary Gentry, Wilson Yother and Miss Dora Smith, Arthur Connor and Miss Virgie Slatton. All report a nice time. ' Geo. Smith Is as sweet as a peach, so a nice young lady said. Miss Dora Smith was all smiles Sun day. Wonder why. Misa Maggie Conner is visiting her grandma this week. Wonder who that girl was that Geo. Crow was swinging Sunday evening. Leonard Lewis and Miss Lula Hat' field wore married Sunday. Jim Crow was seen on our streets Sun day and looked mighty pleased Fred Smith and his best girl were out walking Sunday. Guess Geo. Smith's girl looked awful sweet Sunday. Jim Hudson has moved into bis new house. Miss Virgie Slatton visited Miss Dora Smith Monday evening, Harion Runnels was pleased ounaay Also Wilson Yother. Mrs. A. F. Slatton visited Mrs. Smith Sunday. Miss tlattie iiatneid is brother, Byron Hatfield. visiting ber Daisy. Beautiful Women. Flump cheeks, flushed with the soft glow of bcalto ana a pure compieciion, matte all women Deautnui. ine a small dose of Herbine after each meal; it will prevent constipation and help to digest wbat vou nave eaten, sue. Airs. Wm. Stroud, Midlothian, xexas, writes, Mav 31. liioi: "We have used Herbine in our family for eight years, and found it tbe best medicine we ever used lor consti nation, bilious fever and malaria." hold by Sequacbee supply store. A VALUABLE WORLD S FAIR FOLDER, FREE. If you are going to the World's Fair, St. Louis, write W. L. Danley, O. P. A., N. C. A. St. L. IVy, for 3-2-page illustra ted folder containing birds eye view and irround plan of the Exposition, list of hotels, map of tbe City of St. Louis, and othar interesting information re- rardinir the Fair. The Heat Koute to M. iouis is via the Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis Ry. Very low rates are now in effect. Your Heart. When Your Heart Falls to Pump Your Blood, Trouble JVesults. Have you heart trouble? Tou have. 1f you find It hnrd to breaths after wall; jut up etairs. exerciHing, eiu If you have, pain in your left side, m chest, back or KlioulJer. If yu suiter from cold extremities, paid raco, uiuo Hps, dry couk'h. swollen ankles. If you have alntin iellM. HreaPi pang, palpitation, redness oi m ..-. discomfort In Bleeping on one side. The only scientific treatment for tins whole train of troubles is Dr. Allies New Heart Cure. Dr. Miles' Now Heart Cure is the prescription of a famous specliUi.se, whose great Buccess in treating obsti nate nervous heart disease has made his name pre-emlnwit Jn the medical and clentlflo world. The medicine wHl cure you. We know It, We want you, to prove It. If nrst bottle does not benefit, your druggist will give you back your money. "I have for several years Buffered at llmpi with henrt trouble. I got so bad I could not sleep half tbe night. and had to sit up on the sldo of the bed lots of times to get breath. Three of my brothers have died of heart trou ble, and I thought l .wiis going the same way, but about two and a liali years npo I got a tmmpUI?t about Dr. Slues New Heart Cure and thought I would vtry a few bottles. .After using ireeovereu, ana nava .usiu oeiu-i -.". julnce then than before for several years. U can neariiiy recommertu mem im n'--'.v t rouble." REV. JKKUY HUKT. Pastor baptist unurcft, Hurt, Ivans. FREE Write to u ,for Free Trial Package of Or. Miles' Ami- Pain Pllln. tho New Seientitio Remedy nr Pain Alan Kvmnlnm Tilank. OUT Specialist will diagnose -your case, ten. you what Is wrong, ana now 10 ngnjii, Free. DR. MILES M EPICAL CO.. iUUSORATORHSS. KUCUAilT. IND. - FAIRMOUNT. Special U the News. We are having nice cool fall weather now. Hon. R. S. Sharp, candidate for con gress, addressed the republicans f this district Wednesday night He gave the democrats Hail Columbia. Mr. Hulse and family, who have spent tbe summer at this place, have re turned to Chattanooga. Mr. Thomas and family, of Indiana- polls, Indiana, now reside here. Mr. Clint Lusk took a tri p last week to see his best girl at Whorley, Tenn. Henry Witt and bis bride now reside in their new home. One of our young men looked like a hen yn a hot griddle Sunday night for another young man walked off with his best girl. Tbe Christian Endeavor was quite in teresting Sunday night. There was a special program arranged which proved to be a success. A large crowd attend ed. Miss Ora Brown was wearing one of her sweetest smiles Sunday for Mr. Bert was there. Mr. A. Severin spentlast week here. Tbere is to be a box supper Saturday night. Come and bring a box all ye pretty girls for I am going to buy one. Ask somebody if they ever got left. A large crowd of young folks wont on a straw ride the other night and report ed a nice time. Miss Llliie Liusk entertained a num ber of young people at her home Tues day night. Sweet Marie. THREE JURORS CURED Of Cholera Morbus With One Small Bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. Mr. G. W. Fowles of High tower, Ala., relates an experience be had while serving on a petit jury in a murder case at Edwardsville, county seat of Clo bourne county, Ala. He says: "While there I ate some fresh meat and some souse meat and it gave me cholera mor uus in a very severe lorm. l was never more sick in my life and sent to the drng store for a certain cholera mixture but the druggist sent me a bottle of Chamberlain's Cholic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy instead saying that be hadn't what I sent for, but that this medicine was so much better he would rather send it to me in the fix I was in. I took one dose of it and was better in five minutes.. The second dose cured me entirely. Two fellow jurors were afflicted in the same manner and one small bottle cured tbe three of i For sale by all druggists. NON-RESIDENT NOTICE. W. M. Lee ) Before me, W. J. Jobn- vs. G. W. Kelley ) Peace for Marion County, Tenn:. In this cause it appears by affidavit that the Defendant, G. W. Kellev. is justly indebted to the plaintiff and has removed himself privately from the county nu nas concealed Dimselt so that the ordinary process of law cannot be served on dim, and an original at tachment having been levied upon his property and returned to me, it is there fore ordered that publication be made in the SKii'AciiEK Vai.i.f.v Nkws, a newspaper published in tbe town of So quacbee, County of Marion, for four con secutive weeks commanding the said G. II. I - ! 1 . I . ti. newer w appear oeiore me at m v office in Jasper, on tbe 22nd day of Oct- uutr, r.mi, ana maite aeience to said suit or It will be proceeded with farte. This Sept. 1. l!Xi4. W. J. JOHNSTON, J. P. Stan ta liKitaHiNnnBoia Efaatai dash mm !n Addition How Would, 10 '&?L. You like We Have Awtrded $20,C00.QO Five Lion -Heads cut from Coffee Packages and a a stamp entitle you (in addition to the regular free premiums) to one vote. The a-cent stamp cov ers our acknowledgment to you that your estimate is recorded. You can end as many esti mates as desired. Grand First Prize of $5,000,00 will be awarded to the one who Is nearest correct on both our World's Fair and Presi dential Vote Contests. We alio offer $5,000.00 Special Cash Prize to Grocers' Clerks. (Particular! lo each case of Lion Coffee.) How Would Your Name Look on One of These Chocks? Everybody uses coffee. If vou will use LIOX COFFEE Ions enough to Ret acquainted with It. you will be suited and convinced there is no other such value for the money. Then you will take no other and that's why we advertise. And rre are using our advertising money so that both of us you as well as we will.get a benefit. Hence for your Lion Mieaaa WE GIVE BOTH Complete WOOLSON SPICE CO.. (CONTEST DEPT.) FAIRMOUNT. Special to the A'ews. There la a revival going on at Oak- wood now and several of our young men have been attending. ' Miss Hattie Lusk went to Chattanoo ga Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Wydner have gone to St. Louis. A certain youug man accompanied a young lady homo the other night. He was so overjoyed that he forgot to wind his watch. i Minn T.lllin Johnson anent Saturdav in Chattanooga. Mr. Frank Ryder, of Chattanooga, spent Thursday with J. F. Brown. Tho fa ml 1 u nf Mr. ThnmnH arrived from Indiana Thursday and are snugl, domiciled in L. E. Frendenberg's cot tage. George Plumlee is visiting Uizson this week. ; Frank Brown injured his back very seriously last Monday, however he is . getting alright now. C. F. EUerbrock, our popular young i doctor spent Saturday in the city. Mr. Adams and family will spend the i winter in Florida much to tbe regret of j a certain young man. Not long since "Sweet Marie" re marked something like this, "Ask two young men how the ice cream went Sunday." We have been pushing en-, quiries, and have learned that the ice cream went down as usual. Perhaps 'Sweet Marie" thought it flew to the heads of those young men but it didn't. The Missionary meeting was well at tended and every one seemed to be very much Interested. A merry crowd of young people en joyed a straw ride Saturday night. Those in the party were Misses Lillie, Ebba and Olga Johnson, Stella and E mily Brown, Missrs. John Brymer, Val and Vic Johnson, Leslie Lewis, John Koll, Albert Brown, J. J. and II. II. Houser and Prof. Roberts. John Brymer says he enjoys walking tbe pike. James Grayson attended the Endea vor Sunday night. Geo. and Abner Levi, of Albion View, attended the Missionary service last night It you want to see Albert smile men tion Newberry. A Remedy Without a Peer. "I find Chamberlain, s Stomach and Liver Tablets more beneficial than any other remedy I ever used for stomach trouble," says J. P. Klote, of EJina, Mo. For any disorder of the stomach, bil Uousness or constipation, these Tablets are without peer. For sale by all '.-CT',SU. AWAY to Users of -""Maw piii mm m i mmun i m. n 1 (O) r3 P EL, fa iho Regular Free Worn V '"""AV, "ioi w, si f r . TKEASUIfC x Check UKc This? Cash to Lion Coffee users in our Great World's Fair Contest 2139 people get checks, 2139 mora will get them in the Presidential o!q Contest Lion hat will - cent prize second ti" etc as follows: 1 First Prlie 1 Second Prlie 2 Prlies $600.00 6 Frtxes 200.00 10 Frliea 100.0O 20 Prlies 60.0O 60 Prliea 20 00 250 Prlies 10.00 1800 PrUes 5.00 2139 PSIZES. FREE PREMIUMS AND CASH PRIZES Detailed Particulars In Every Package of psai FT33 w If THANS. Special to the News. My dear friends, with great pleasurn I write a few items from Tbans this morning. We have been blessed with good tains which were needed. , The health of this community is very good at present. Your correspondent did enjoy the meeting at New Hope last Sunday. Miss Dora Hartman and I wont to U. S. Smith's to attend tbe baptizing. There was one of the largest crowds I ever saw at a baptizing, Tbey bad a glorious good meeting and I was so glad to see so many uniting with the good old Cumberland Presbyterian church. M. E. O. has belonged to that church for over forty years and there Is no better church oneartb. I beard Bro. Beecham preach his farewell sermon. I hope he will come back again. I regret that I did not get to bear Bro. Hunt preach but I hope to hear him at Dunlap. He promised to preach tbere tbe last of tbe month. We did enjoy our visit with Cousin G. S. Smith and kind wife. It was my first visit there. Bro. Douglas will preach at Tbans Chapel at the graveyard the first Sun day in Oct. This will be done on the grounds so all bring a full basket. M. E. G. THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE FARMER PRACTICAL PROGRESSIVE HELPFUL ENTERTAINING Tf V XX A VU kJVV XI f 111 V CV11 C it, I Send for free sample copy to NEW-YORK TRIBUNE FARMER, Tribune Building, New York City. 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