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1'UHI.lsHKl) AT Sequacbce, Marion County, Tenn. KVKKY TIIUIISDAY. HILL & SON, Eiutoiis and Publishers Subscription Price, 50c. a Year In Advance. and advertising matter to so- euro insertion must bo handed in before 12 o'clock oii'-ii Wednesday, or it may be too la to for publication. Thk Nrw.4 will not be responsible (or the opinions of its correspondents, nor for signed communications, and nothing . will be considered for publication which is not accompanied by the real name of the writer not for publication, but aa an evidence of good faith. Eruptions The only way to get rid f ;,vipc and other erup- tions is to cleanse the blood, improve the digestion, stim- Ulate tne moneys, mv skin. The medicine to tae Hood'sSarsapariila Which has cured thousands. GEO. W, Department. LEWIS Azent. " tnow not what the truth miiy he, I tell it as 'twas told to me. THURSDAY May 23, 1905. GIVE US MORE NEWS. Some verses regarding the escapades of a man who deserted the union to go work at Wbitwell, submitted to us a second time for publication, are declined on the ground tbat their intrinsic merit will not serve to lessen the breach be tween the union and non-union miners of that place. Let us have more news and less discussion. Respectfullv, THE EDITOR. TATESVILLE. Special to the News. Rain is the order of the day. The work on Peak Mountain conduct' ed by U. B. Barker, is progressing nice ly. Jno. Barker and wife and Iiro. Henry Howell attended the singing at Cagle Sunday and report a lolly time. Miss Amanda Barker has returned from a most pleasant visit at Inman. Claude Reed was here Sunday. The party given by Mr. and Mrs. M . Cook, of Laynesville Saturday night ' was greatly enjoyed by several TateS' ville and Laynesville young folks Those present were Misses Etta and Minnie Palmer, Esther Layne, Mayme Tate, Mary Bryant, Belle Hale, Delia aud Minnie Overturf, Messrs. Honry Barker, Luthur Overturf, James Robert Gerron. Layne Whittier, Edward Bry ant, Bert Palmer, Emmitt, Claude and Grover Mosley, Webb and .Bennett Tate Muslo by Miss Overturf. ' Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Barker visited R. L. Brown mid family Sunday. Isaac Turner is rejoicing over the ar rival of another republican at his house. L. Thompson is preparing for his trip to Virginia. The people wiil mourn bis loss. The advice given by Watchman a- bout baking powder was good. Mrs. Margon, of Clouse Hill, is visit ing ber daughter, Mrs Albert Pickett. Misses Delia and Edna Overturf visit ed their brother, John Overturf last week.- Miss Esther Layne and Mayme Tate visited Mrs. Worley at Sourwood Sun day. Emm It Mosley is wearing a smile longer than he is. I don't Bee the rea son. . Whittier Bryant visited bis best girl Sunday.. Listen for the wedding bells for a fellow here is going to propose the next trip. The old maids and bachelors still hold Tatesville. I hope everybody will commit suicide no, matrimony, so this old gal can see whether anybody is left for her or not. The girls are making, shuck hats which are really nice. The bovs and eirls of the union Sun day school are hustling for the prize to be given at the end ol tne quarter. Rev. llobt. Parson, our circuit rider, will nreach for us the 3rd Sunday. Let avervone attend. Mineral SDrinc. wake up. you will Tnifta the train. Well, vou see old maid Katie, is still living on nlentv of fat bacon. Would be glad if Patsy would write oftener as I enjoy reading her letters. The Sunday schools are still using the same shameful grudge this summer. Read Romans 12:5, Gal. 3:20, Jno. 10:38 and 14:11 and you will see that such a division among God's people is not right. In my weak opinion our lead ers are wrong and will be punished bo let us come together, notas I care, for I think either Sunday sohool can get along floe, but it is a shame for the settlement and the surrounding coun try. "As thou, Father, art in me and I in Thee that they also may be one in us, that the world, may believe that Thou hast sent me." Katie. PITTSBURG, GA. Special to the Nevis. Ed Millitran arrived in the city a days ago in search of work. ' B .1. ...1 L. n UnnilftV Kov. Mr. Hall preaoueu uoro night at tbe Odd Fellows uau. A little boy of Mr. ana airs, wy j Sanders died last week of meningitis and was buried at the log church, Kev. Harry Eggart conducted tne lunciai services. David Powell left Friday lor nis noma at Cedar Grove, Ga. The coal train was wrecked gou down the mountain last week. No one was hurt but some four or live coai tai were turned over. Gilliam Johnson went to fliacon, u., Tuesday with his daughter, Mrs. Julia King, who was here attending the fun eral of her little nephew, Arnold San ders. . . There will be baptising tnis aiter- nA iniioQ. rr(ili. ubout three nines from here. Rev. Harry Eggart is hold ing a revival at the log church in the sticks. , The comnanv has employed a new store boss who 'is making some improve ments in the store. . Hugh Curtis will arrive here toaay from Petros. ' , Peay MoWUHams came nere irom Now York to visit his parents Mr. and Mrs. Jobn'McWilllams. Richard Farmer left yesterday for his home at Wbitwell. Just a few works to Morning Glory, who said in his letter of last week that the union men at Wbitwell worked out their contract with the company on the 80th of June, 1904, in which he is mis taken. I am one of the boys who were working thoVe at the time be mentions, and some of the company men were stopped on the 27th, and all of the min ers on the 29th of said month. This lacked one and two days of working the contract out, and was not paid off ac cordingly, as he would have the publio believe, but was paid off on regular pay day in July. Some of the union men, such as the watchmen, were allowed to work on, but to carry out bis argument be wants the publio to understand that the union men were discharged. Al wavs when a company discharges a man or men they give him his money at once, so you see be is mistaken in that. If I am not mistaken in wno no is have known him for 15 years, and cave not known him to do a days' work in all that time, though he says he wins his bread by the sweat of his brow. He says that Wbitwell is a prosperous lit tle town. I was there the first of the month, and 1 had occasion to go to the company store on the 2nd'. Always on that day when the union men were working the 1st and 2nd were very busy days, but when I walked in I found one man, a woman and two little girls trad ing. That looks like being prosperous, don't it? Thursdays of each week seem to be the busiest days when the union men draw tbeir supplies. It b as been a little wet out here on Lookout Mt. as it has been raining for two or three days, but the sun is shin ing now. J. W. WANTED. ! E WANT to save tho people of Wbitwell and Sequachee Valley from $'J5 to $:'0 on every high- grade, standard sewing machine purchased, by selling them one of our Drop-Head, Ball-Bearing Vassar Sewing Machines, with 10-year written guarantee with each machine to replace anything that breaks or gives way within the 10 years. We sell this machine for $25 on the Installment plan of S3. 00 per month. You can't afford to pay fifty or sixty dollars for a sewing machine when you can buy this machine for half the money, which is guaranteed to be as good as any machine on the market. Have Jewelry, Watches, Clocks, Guns and Musical Instruments to seil on same plan. WHITWELL DRUG CO. Pur- C. Hill, of tho News, was in in the city Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Norwood visited Ketner's cove Sunday. Dykes & Northcut had gas , light put in their livery stable last week Mr and Mrs. J. M. Byers, of Tra cy City, were it) the city the latter part of last week. The District Conference of the Spring Cityjdistrict, M. E. Church, south, will meet here the 11th day of June. There was an ice cream 'supper at the M. C. Church, south, Satur- dav niizht. given bv the ladies of the church. The amount realized was 15.50 which will be spent on tbe church. VV. K, Brown, of Chattanooga, was in the city Saturday, lie is a contractor and had been to Jasper and secured the contract to build a brick store hutding for S. H. Alex ander. At a show at the school house one night last week, Misa Lillie Cannon was presented with a Bik ver cup, 6he beipg adjudged the prettiest young lady present, and Will Cantrell was given a cake of soap for being the laziest man. Sid Jones returned from ham Tuesday ot last week. Dr. A. W. Ililliiird. of Dunlap, was in the city Sunday, Mrs. M. J. Pryor, of Oak Grove, was in the city Saturday. Kev. J. A. Greening filled his ap pointment Sunday at the M. 15 Church, south. Bishop A. Cooke Smith is ex pected to be present and preside at the District Conference that meets here the 15th of June. Misses Lena and Emma Smith returned from Athens Fiiday where they had been attending college for the pas? five months. Miss Annie Jones returned home Sunday from Sulphur Spring, where she had been visiting her sister for the last two weeks. Miss Nannie Donaldson, of Jas per, is in the city teaching school in place of her sister, Miss Ellen, who is iu Nashville on a visit to her father, Capt. VV. E. Donaldson. John Mitchell, tbe five months old boy of Mr. and Mrs. Than Hooper, died Monday afternoon at about 1 p. m., of meningitis, and was buried Tuesday at the Walker cemetery. We have been the recipient of quite a number of bouquets from different iauies in the last, two weeks, one from Sequachee. We wish to return thanks to each of them; they are certainly appreciated. DON'T GIVE YOUR WOOL AWAY ! VV1' ate !" a position to pay you more for wool than you can git elsewhere. ? 5 ? WRITE US and get our prices anyway, or small quantities. We buy large IV e Pay the freight Fimiisli Sacks. CHAS L. ROBERTS, DUNLAP, TENN. R00PE, TENN. B 0 Wont Bnnoi JPr fln ! laiorcaiimvo. aw.. i CLOTHIERS Terrific Race With Death. "Death was last approaching," writes Ralph F. Fornandes, of Tampe, Fla., describing bis fearful race with death, "as a result of liver trouble ana beart disease, which bad robbed me of sleep and of all interest in life. 1 had tried many different doctors and several med icine, but trot no benefit, until I began to use Electric Bitters. So wonderful was their effect, that in three days I felt like a new man, and today I am cur ed of all my troubles." Guaranteed at S. L. Ketner's, Victoria, and VVhitwell Drug Store, Wbitwell; price 50c. WHITWELL. to Chamberlain's Cough Remedy tbe Very Best. "I have been using Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and want to say it is t.hA hnnt-coueh medicine I have ever taken," says Geo. L. Chubb, a merchant of Harlan, Mich. There is no question ohnnf. tha heat, us it will cure a cough or cold in Ipss time than any other treatment. It should always be kept in the house ready for instant use, for a cold can be cured in much less time when Dromotly treated. For sale by all druggists. WORK ON THE TUNNEL. Prnrresmir SlowW on AcCOUflt of Rains Air Compress or Being Put In. cmTTAYnnfiA. Tenn.. Mar 23. Vnrk on the Southern Rail way tunnel has been progressing slow ly on account of tbe heavy rains, as the "work so far has been entirely in the ru n-frlinff from Khe east end tt... t,,nn) t.i Chattanooga Creek I been completed, and tbe work of putting in a bridge has been started. A large .t. h&a been IQIDPUU the tunnel constructors, H. H Th.kon .fe Co.. and as soon as it can i ...a .nA th hrldsre finished tbe work on the tunnel proper will be com tnenced. Spe. ial to the News , Here comes Darling this week. Visiting is the order of the day. Misses Ellen Bailey and Lizzie Barnes of Whitwell visited Miss Lizzie Smith Sunday. Ask Miss Lizzie Sanders how she likes dancing. Miss Lizzie Smith says she wishes Joe would come to Etna again. Miss Laura Knox, a charming young lady of Whitwell is visiting at John W. mitb's. Clarence Bright made a flying trip to Chattanooga Monday. Robt. White has gone to Chattanooga to work. His many friends regret his leaving. Ask uieve Aamns now no enioyea Saturday evening. Robt. Hicks and Miss Annie Allen were married Monday. We wish them a long and happy life. Miss Lizzie smith looked lonesome Sunday. Guess she was studying about her fellow. A certain girl said that Frank Layne was terrible good looking. Tom Southerland says there is but one girl on tbe mountain. Miss Itancy Keef looked lost Sunday without her fellow's ring on her finger. Miss Pearl Cogglns is improving from a spell of tho fever. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Uarnes made a flying trip to Chattanooga. Miss Liizzie Smith said that Mr. Har ry Loach looked charming at tbe picnic Saturday night. We are glad the people of Rooiie have organized a Sunday school. We hope all will attend. There will be an ice cream Bupper at tho home of J. R. ilouts Saturday night and we hope all will attend and enjoy themselves. Mrs. Jim Smith bat ben sick this week but is improving. Miss Lou la Knox said she certainly enjoyed the picnic Saturday. Hos"bud says she would like to read a letter from .Mp this week. Morris Young visited the city of Chattanooga Saturday. G. W. Young siy he would like to see the people of Wbitwell once more. A certain young lady looked sad Sun day because Mr. Cordell is going to leave: Dave McNabb has moved back to Roope after a long stay in Alabama. Darling. 8 HATTERS, & FURNISHERS g . MENS' FINE SHOES (ft 821 Market St., & CHATTANOOGA, TENN. HOLLISTER'S Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets A Buy McliJas for Baiy Popl. Briwn GiUei EcaltB ai Boo4 vigor. .r Contipi Blood. HJ Brenth. Nunrni i""""- and Ki.lney Troub tJnn. Inditlon, Live imple. tixrom, impure l.t form. &S rui a bo. Oouioind Hnu-xru Dace CoMfiXT. Madiaua. W ta. (0L0 EN KUCGETS FOR UU0W PEOPLE MT. OLIVET. G. Gol- Special to the News. John M. Gerren visited at T. ston's Tuesday night. Misses May and Bessie Colston, Mr. and Mrs Bennett Hudson visited at D. M. Hudson's Saturday and Sunday. - Jasper and Jackson Abies and John Golston attended the graveyard clean ing at Victoria Saturday. Misses Ethel and Bessie Ferguson visited their trrandmother, Mrs. Don ITerguson from Friday vntil Monday. Miss Willie Prigmore visited home folks Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Mollie Sanders visited Mrs. El lard Sdnday. Jasper Abies has been on the sick list this week. I guess he is love sick. Mack Reeves, who has been away from home for some time is visiting homefolks this week. Miss Ada Lappins visited her sister, Mm Krnnlr I.nnnirn SlindaV nizht. If you want to see John Golston and .l.lfu,in AhlnaamilH itist ask tbem a- bout those pretty girls they saw nay. Bob Attorton and family visited Mrs. Reeves Sunday. . Frank Lappins and family visited his mother, Mrs. Lappins Sunday. Clyde Griffith, of Whitwell, called at T. J. Golston's Sunday. I guess Miss Maud Pickett looked sad Sunday. Mrs. Frank Lapping visited Mrs. Gol ston Friday. Charlie Smith and best girl were out buggy riding Sunday. Work is progressing nicely at vvnit well. Patsy. Satur- at Special to the News. Visiting is the order of the kay. Wm. Barnes and Jim Bailey went Etna Friday eve. Geo. Moore and best girl were all miles Sunday. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Dan Kilgore Saturday a boy Dan Pitman and wife visited their daughter, last week, Mrs. Joe Griffith, who is very low. Miss Katie Barnes looked sad Sunday. Clyde Griffith went to Sequachee Fri day. Several from here went to Victoria Saturday to attend the graveyard clean ing off at Sardis. Ask Jasper Abies how he enioyed himself Saturday. Fine, 1 guess. Will Griffith visited home folks from Friday till Monday. Mrs. Jotin uennett nas neen visiting her sister, Mrs. Joe Griffith, who is sick. Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Griffith have been visiting tbeir daughter, Mrs. Joe Gril flth, who is very low. Laurence Miller, who has been very low with fever, is improving slowly. Joe Kilgore looked sad Sunday. Come on, all you Roope and Etna Drum correspondents. Clyde Griffith was all smiles Sunday. Why? Because he went to the moun tain to see his best girl, Born to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Griffith Sat urday a girl. R. F. Rogers of Sequachee, was in town Sunday. Jim Morrison went to Chattanooga last week. Last Wednesday was pay day with the T. C. & R. R. Co Ask Clyde Griffith how he likes to go to tbe mountain. Ask John Golston how he likes to go to Victoria. Several of our boys and girls attend ed church Sunday night. Mrs. Green Layne of Victoria, is vis iting her sister, Mrs. Joe Griffith. Fred Billingsley visited home folks Saturday night. Alvin Spears of Caroline Chapel, was in town Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Barnes returned home Mond. My pen is bad, my writing worse, God bless the girl that reads this verse iSip & Tuck. HOG JAW VALLEY. i .W to the Newss The biggest tale youievor board I am going to tell you through the Nwh, it it don't fall into the waste basket, llore It is. Once upon a time I got my gun down from the rack and went down to f.hfi river to hunt for ducks.. I was sit- tinc on the bank and looked up tbe riv- " . . j i J T 1 I 1 , r and saw tuu auuuts. auu i uau cocsea my gun and had my eye on the ducks when I beard a big noise down the riv er, and turning saw 1000 geese.. 1 de termined to shoot at them,, and bad turned my gun in tbeir direction! when I beard a'big noise down at my feet. I looked down and saw a big rattlesuake. 1 pulled down at the snake then and one part of my load went down, tbe riv er and killed tbe thousand geese and the other part went up the- river and killed the 500 ducks. The ramrod flew down the snake's throat and killed him, and tbe gunstock kicked me into tbe river, and don't you believe- it wben 1 came up I had my pouch full of' fish. I Bure was tbe Happiest tenow. i naa meat to last a whole year and enough for my neighbors. The old gun just cost me a big chew ot tobacco, so I did not lose much of anyttilng. At present 1 am having a hard time picking duck, geese and fish bones ou t of my tooth. IvellV uuarius was uauuut; luuiuer iu Camenter Wednesday. Buddie Burnett was at Carpenter last Wednesday. Mrs. James Swop of Gravely Knob, was at Carpenter, one day last week. Miss Emma Burnett of Hog Jaw Val lev. waBover at Carpenter Wednesday. J. A. Darr passed through Carpenter last Wednesday. Van Webb and wife of Orme, Tenn., visited home folks here this week. W. B. Webb went to South Pittsburg Tuesday. Miss Ranie Swope visited Mrs. Beene Wednesday. Wbosaid Bill Brown wasn't a driver. You can hear him holler one end of Hog Jaw to tbe other. Kelly Quarles and J. O. Reene deliv ered the last of Ford Bros, barn pattern Tuesday. Tbe boys are putting It up in a hurry and it will soon be finished. Beene Bros, have just nnisned loading a nice car of hickory. Mrs. Buddie Burnett visited Mrs. F. Beene Friday. Miss Bertha Colston of Sbellmound, visited in Hog Jaw Valley last week. Miss Mary Beene was seen on the Bouth side of Hog Jaw last week. Love is like scotch snuff. lake a pinch and its enough. J. O. Beene to Sbellmound Friday Thos. Pettitt from Sandy Hook, was seen in the valley Friday. We bad a nice rain in Hog Jaw Thurs' day night, Charlie James is making some pre parations to build some new counters, Misses Willie and Lottie Morris Mor rison visited Misses Mary, Ellen and Edith Beene Friday. ' A crowd of young people of this place went down to Harris Chapel Saturday, Harris Chanel is in Ho? Jaw Valley. J. O. Beene went up to Sbellmound Saturday. Miss Annie McCay ot this place, went to her home at Orme Saturday. Barrie Webb would like to marry if ho could get a girl in tbe same notion. Come on Happy Hollow, with your 'possoms tail. Will Urimth of Sand Mt., passed nere on his way to the graveyard working Saturday. U. M. Beene and K. W. Uuarles and Misses Mary Ann and Ellen Beene went un as far as Sbellmound Sunday with Misses Willie and Lottie Morrison. We had a nice singing at Mrs. Webb s Sunday night. Miss Mary Ann Webb visited Misses Mary Ann and Ellen Beene Sunday. Miss Lllen Beene looked pleased sun- day night. Hoot Owl. An exquisite reproduction of a Remarkable Painting Practically GIVEN AWAY. Fred steer from uTbe Three Most Beautiful Rosea," By Paul de Longpre. At tbe urgent solicitation of the W man's Home Companion, Mr. Paul de Long- ' pre, wtio is tbe greatest painter of flow ers in tbe world, consented to make a painting ot what he considered "TA Jiree Most Beautiful Roses, and the painting is without doubt one of the master pieces of this great artist. This magnificent picture la reproduced in all its original g'randour on the cover of tbe Woman a Home Companion for June, Although this cover is an accurate re production of a painting worth hundreds of dollars, yet the June number, which has tbisexquisito cover, may bo obtain ed at any flrst-cUss Dews-stand or direct from the publishers (or the trivial sum of only ten cents. Mr. Paul de Longpre is justly styled the "King of Flower Painters." He not only paints roses, but every flower that grows, and is the highest authority on flowers. His paintings are found in tbe most select homes. Some have Bold for as much as seven thousand five hun dred dollars (S7.500.00.) Artists, art critics andcompetant jud ges all agree that tbe covers of the Wo man s Home Companion far excel those of any otber magazine. ibe Woman s Home Companion is a. magazine which in beauty and excel lence, art, stories, illustrations and fas hions, etc., excels all otber home and, family magazines. Tho Woman's Home Companion Is published by The Crow ell Publishing Company, Now York City, also Chicago, 111., at $1.00 a year, and is tbe favorite magazine in neaniy bait a million homes, where it is reaa each aud every issue by three million people. PRYOR COVE. Special to the News. $ J M. llaynes and wife were down on tbe hill Sunday. W. K. liattield and family were on Glover Hill Sunday. J. P. Smith was here last week. W. D. llaynes and wife were attend ing the graveyard working Saturday at Glovers Hill. Mrs. J. M. Haynes and daughter call ed of Miss L. M. Ferguson last week. Mrs. J. Wells is sick. T. J. Haynes called on F. M. McCul lough Sunday eve. G. B. Ferguson was hero on business l&st w0k F. M. McCullough is building a fine barn. Frank Watley was down in tbe cove visiting his aunt, Mrs. Lonnie Wells. Hot Summer is too busy to write very much, so goodbye. Hot Summer, A Good Suggestion. Mr. C B. Wainrlght, of Lemon City, Fla., has written the manufacturers that much better results are obtained fron the use of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholrta and Diarrhoea Remedy in case of pains In the stomach, colic and chol era morbus by taking it in water as hot as can be drank. That when taken that way the effect Is double in rapid ity. "It aeemt to get at the right spot instantly," be says. For sale by all druggist. How to Ward Off Old Age. The most successful way of warding off the approach of old age is to main tain a vigorous digestion. This can bo done by eating only food suited to your age and occupation, and when any dis order of tbe stomaoh appears take a dose of Chamberlain's Stomach Sc. Liver Tablets to correct it. If you have a weak stomach or are troubled with in dication, vou will find these Tablets I. to be just what you all druggists. Kill -" , . need. For sale by O .A-OTOTTX A. Br. ti. A I lad llMHa'rj CATARRH CANNOT BE CURED with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they cannot reach the seat of tbe disease, Catarrh is a blood or constitutional dis ease and in order to cure it you must take internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, and acts di rectly on the blood and mucous surfac es. Hall's Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine. It was prescribed by one of tbe best physicians in this country for years, and Is a regular prescription. It is composed of the best tonics known, combined with the best blood purifiers, acting directly on the mucous surfaces. Tbe perfect combination of the two in gredients is what produces such wond erful results in curing Catarrh. Send for testimonial, free. F. J. CHENEY CO., Toledo, O. Sold by all druggists, 75a Hail's Family Pills are the best WHITWELL, Special to the News. The infant of Mrs. Than Hooper died May 22. The Lord giveth and Lord taketb away. Blessed be the name of the Lord. The parents have our great est syn pathy. We are still having plenty to eat and don't have to abandon our principle for it. Thank God for that. I want to ask one simple question. What makes the companies fight tbe union or interfere with the laboring man's dollar after he earns it? The un ion organization is good in many ways lor the laborer and tbe company as well. From what I can learn the non-union men here are in needy condition as I beard one woman say tbe other day that her hosbasd was not making e nough to feed them as they were man aging, and wanted to trade on time at a certain store. It I had a child twelve years of age, and it couldn't see tbe good the union was to labor I would send it to the roform school. Remember me and so will I remem you until I die. Blue Bonnet. Bead tbe Newt, SOe Jr- OASTOniA. femtbi y lla Kind Kan Haw Alwan Bogt fiifwtan Cleared for Action. When the body is cleared for action, by Dr. King's New Life Pills, you can tell it bv tbe bloom of bealth on tbe cheeks: the brahmen of the eye; tbo firmness of the flesh and muscles; the buoyancy ot the mind. Try tbem. At a L. Ketner's, Victoria, and Wbitwell Drug Store, Whitwell, S3 cents. Ladies Only. It Is Women Who Need Most Relief From Little Irri tating Pains and Aches. Er. Miles' Anti-Pain Tills are for women. Woman's delicate nervous organism tingles to the least Jarring Influence, and some ache or pain is the result. The remedy Is at hand Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Tills. They act most marvellously on wom an's nervous organism, and relieve and cure the pains to which she Is a martyr. Headaches, neuralglao pains, monthly riains. and oil kinds of pains disappear. as if a gentle hand bad lightly soothed them away. Dizziness, Rush of Blood to the head. Toothache, Backache are all cured by these "Littlo Comforters." Cured without danger of disagreeable after-effect?; cured quickly; cured with out unnatural action on liver, stomach, or other internal organs. Dr. Miles' Anti-Tain Tills please the women, ans the children take them be cause they are easy to take and soothe all their sufferings. "For years I had pells ft sick head ache, fit times suffering untold (tonic. I could not endure any excitement. Coin to church, and even visitinir, brouKht on thene terrible. spel'S. I trWd num-rous remediea without relief until 1 tried Dr. Mile' Antl-liin 1'ills, and they have cured me. When I feel symp tom of slrk hendacbe I t.Tke. a plU anil ward off the attac k. When I am t!re. and nervous, a J ill soothes me." MK3. SARAH WATKlNSON, llUlmtown, la. Trice. Jc a Vt. 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