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ains. Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Tills are a most remarkable remedy for the relief of periodic pains, backache, nervous or sick head ache, or any of the distress ing aches and pains that cause women so much suffering. As pain is weakening, and leaves the system in ' an ex hausted condition, it is wrong to suffer a moment longer than necessary, and you should take the Anti-Pain Pills on first in dication of an attack. If taken as directed you may have 'entire confidence in their effectiveness, as well as in the fact that they will leave no dis agreeable after-effects. They contain no morphine; opium, chloral, cocaine or other dangerous drugs. "For a long: time I have suffered KreaUy with spells of backache, that ' nci-m almost more than I can endure. These attacks come on every month, and last two or three days. I have never been able to get anything that would give me much relief until I be fcepan the use of Dr. Miles' Antl-Paln Fiis. and they always relieve .me In a short time. My sister, who suffers the same way, has ufwd them with the same results." MRS. PARK, 721 a Michigan Bt, South Bend, Ind. Or. Miles' Antl-Paln Pills are sold by your druggist, who will guarantee that the first package will benefit. If It falls he will return your money. 25 doses, 2$ cents. Never sold In bulk. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind THANS. Sttcial to Ike News. It was sad to hear of the death of Mrs. Mary Deakins, wife of Daniel Deakins, of Jasper. It was a great shock to all her friends. She was a good lady and loved by all her connect ions and friends. She has gone to a better land than this. , Cousin E. D. Deakins' wife is dead leaving a young baby. Oh,' how sorry I am for them all in their great trou ble t We certainly do sympathise with them in their affliction. May heavens blessings rest on them. Your writer and Mrs. M. E, Barker made a trip to visit our dear old uncle, Prank Deakins. Wednesday of last week. We found him some better ai he was able to be np around the house, He seemed to be proud to see ua. Visiting is the order of the day. Last Sunday W. Burnett and wife, Mrs. M. D. Smith and Mrs. Ada Ridge and Laurence Stewart and wife, and Mrs. Mattie Anderson and his sister, all were guests of Than Deak ins. We all enjoyed ourselves. They - are always welcome visitors at our home. Farmers have been having good weather to save their hay. There has been a good crop this year. I was glad to see so many new names added to the Wows last week. , . ".uV.V'.m. M. E. G. ' SHERIFF'S SALE OF LAND. lt virtua of two executions, and or ders of sale idsuod from the Supreme Coon at rtattuviile, lenn., in the case of M, A. Uud&ly et al. vs. Wash Pickvtt et al., 1 will on , t SATURDAY, OCT. 21, 1905, within legal hours, In front of the Court Hon no In the town or Jasper, Tenn., of fer for sale and sell to the hiffbesc and best bidder fur cash, tbe following; de son bed tran t of land, being; grant No.. 6,063, In Walden's Ridge In 3rd Civil District of Marlon County, Tenn., and known as the John O. Billiard 5,000 acre tract: Ileprlnning on a black oak marked with the letters "J. D." on tbe ton of said ridee near the cliff next to tipquuoheu Valley on tho north sidn. of a tnul. .known as "Hog Fatb," tbence alon? said cliff JN zo -IS. zuu poles ta a black oak; thence Ni .65 K. 14 poles to stako; thouco M, 21 dcgi E. 1H0 poles to a double sour wood; tbence N. 10 E 70 Doing to hickory and pointers near said cliff; tbence EJ. 1.140 poles , to Spanish oak; thence S. 740 polqs to black oak near a Muff of Suck Creek; thence along with the course of said bluff o. 83 VV 680 poles to two pointers near head of Reedy Uracil) ; tbence down and with tbe course Of same '25 V. . 312 poles to stake on Haley line; thnncn with the same 8. 43 W. 60 poles to black gum tbence N. 65 W. 170 poles to white oak slid a irace leading across tbe said ridge from tbe Sequachee Valley to the Suck; tbenon 50 W. 207 poles to a black oak near said cliff; ' thence along same line to the begin ning, including 1000 acres held by old er entries and surveys, and excluding tbe same from land above described Also excluding land decreed to David R. IW.kins; also to )l. F. Smith, and Smith; also to R. C. Uunter and Henry A. Jonen, by tbe Chancery Court - at Japer, Tenn., at February form, 1W4. in case of Eudalv al. vs. Wash Pickett et al. To be sold as t)m proper ty of M. A. Eudaly and M. E. Ingalls. This Sept. 1, 1UU.1. W. J. HARRIS, Sheriff, Non-llesident Notice. Memi'hu-Chattaxoooa Railway vs. D. V. Damk et als. In this cause, it appearing that the residi-nce of RobrtO'iaHes is unknown, tt is therefore ordert'l that publ ction be made in tbe Smjuacickk Vai.i.kv J..ws ootuying said Koliert tuarles to appear on or before the 1st Monday in December next, and make -icfense to the petition Cled aeainit bim in the above cause by tbe Memphis-Chattanoo ga Kallway, otherwise tbe petition will be taken to be confessed. U R. LAYNE, Clerk. J. C. KELLY. IX C. TMi Sept. 18, 1905, ETNA DRUM. Special to the Nvs. Rain and mud is the order of the day. The minos cloned down lnura (lay nntil Monday to work on the tres tle. Bro. Hatfield pivucluid at Brnm ley Chairtl Tuesday and Wednesday night. A large crown aueiuieu. iuis. J. A. Foster, of Mullin's Cove, has been vixiting her parents here the past week. Miss Mane lord, of Whitweii, who has been visiting friends here for the last month, has returned home to the regret of her many friends. it. J. Massy and Martin Huvtmiin were on the mountain Friday. W. E. Hart man attended church here Wednesday night. Mrs. W. M. Harwood is very low with lever, nope sne win soon recover. Mrs. Gerard Sexton visited her bister, Mrs. Lizzie Baker, Satur day evening. Chas. Miller said Miss Kosa Fastmiore was a nne tooKing gin. Misses Alice Parker and Lizzie Smith looked charming Wednesday night Miss Irene Doyle, of Chatta nooga, visited ner urotner nere un day. Miss Alice Parker was out walk ing Sunday. Miss Mattie Bailey was all smiles Sunday. Misses Janie Deg- nan ana saran iiiguon visnea tne mines Sunday. A certain fellow said he would like to clerk for Mr. S. E. Brumley. Harry Ransome , visited home folks the latter part of last week. Hiram Barton, Tonj Sexton and Da vid Passmore visited the drum bunday Harry Loach visited at Thos. Smiths store Sundav. Dr. Cheney is back on tile mountain again. He is a goou doc tor and liked bv all the people. Jno. Sexton visited his parents Sunday. Jas. Foster was on the mountain Sun dav. Lex McNeely and Luthur Den- nie visited Air. amitn sunaay. miss Ellen Bailey is still visiting relatives at Trenton. Ye writer has rearly for gotten how she looks she has been gone so long. Miss Dovie Boatrite was on the mountain last week. Miss Rebec ca Brumley visited her sister Sunday- Misses Mattie flouts and Annie mac ker were out walking Sunday. John Rogers visited nome folks at unatta nooira Saturday and Sunday. We had preaching t the Christian Uhnrcn Sunday. Wesley Hix looked lonesome Sunday night. Miss mita tailed to come to church. Miss Ceha Brumley attended church here Sunday night Ed Houts was out Sunday night with a face as long as a rail. Wonder what was wrong. John Pennington visited Mr. Brumley' s store Sunday. Harry Ransome said he would, likei to hang his hat at W. JtL Bailey's every sun day. Paul Murphey and wife visited the latter' s parents Sunday. Elsie. FARRIOYSWITCH. Special to the Neys. Cloudy weather seems to be the or der of the day. Sorghum making at the Switch is progressing nicely. H. Hancock says he will have two more weeks to make it yet and then the last run he will make out of his old britch es and shoes. Walter Myers, of Jas per, was here this week. Dr. Turner was called to attend H. H. Hancock's baby last week, Morris Westmoreland was at ho. iittsDurg last ween. mrs. Addie Rogers has been very sick for the last two weeks. Mr. Baden went to Jasper Saturday, Barlow Hudson is hauling corn to town this week, Tom Foster, Riley Jones and Mr. Westmoreland were on the mountain hunting Saturday. Joe King was in town Monday on business. Geo. Condry made a "flying trip to Jasper Monday. John McGuirt and wife visited their parents Sunday. Melvin .Webb and wife , visited their parents Saturday and Sunday near Eb- nezer. -' Mrs; Lena Foster and daught er. Rose, visited her sister-' OU' the mountain last week. Frank Condry was seen no our streets the other day. Wal ter May ' now hangs his hat on Chris Myers hat rack. Mrytle Hudson was all smiles Sunday. Alfred Hancoc.k of Ebenezer, was here Tuesday and Wed nesday of last week. What is the reas on we do not hear fr6m the old corres pondents more? Don't forsake the Old Reliable News for the lack of time. We must all put in a word or two and make the paper the liveliest and news iest one in the state. (Jome on White Rose and Guess. Let's hear from you both. And what has become of Hard- scrabble that we don't hear from him? It must be that someone has made him scrabble. Wild Bill. Full of Tragic Meaning are these lines from J. H. Simmons, of Casey, la. - Think what might have resulted from his terrible cough if he had not taken the medicine about which he writes: "I had a fearful cough, that disturbed my night's rest, I tried everything, but nothing would relieve it until I took Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Uoughs and Colds, which completely cured me." Instantly relieves and perina nently cures alLthroat and lung dis eases; prevents grip and pneumonia. At all druggists; guaranteed; 30c and 11.00. Trial bottle free. FOR BOTH One disease of thinners in li e t 11. uiuren is scroiuhi; in. tuiuits, consumption, .both huve poor blood ; both ncd more Int. These diseases thrive on lean ness, l at w tho best means ot overcomina: them; cod liver oil makes tho best and healthiest fat and- GOTT'S EMULSION is the easiest and most effective form of cod liver oil. Here's a iiatunll order of 'things that shows "why Scott's Emulsion is of so much value in all cases of scrofula and consumption. Wore fat, more weight, more nourish ment, that's why. - " ' Send for five sample. SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists 409 4S5 Pearl Street, New York 50e.nd$(.O0 n 11 II It AUdruggUU Chasing Sly Reynard. I have read in the News of a fox chase and wolf chase. I want to let the fox hunters of the valley know of a chase I had a few . nights ago on what is known as Jones Point. Just after dark old Dock jumped a big gray fox that had started down to Maloy Jones' to have some fun out of his dogs, but met old Dock and my other dogs soon put in. They made a trip to Alum Cove and back and Whisker s young dogs were doing some fine run ning and he could not keep his hat in his hand, whipped it out over his leg and yelled until - he could hardly talk for a day or so and I was not much better. ' - As Mr. Fox paased me I think he said. "This is Norwood and Furguson I will have some fun without going so far." But he tried the Holcamp flat one trip and, as he came back he said, "I must get to the bluff. .. This is Bruce and , W hiskers. There is no time for fun now or my hide will pay for my fun. " As they passed us the whole mouuntain seemed to shout, "Hurrah for Dock!" but his brother was rushing him to the front ' When they . were in the rough Mr. Fox made a run on the dogs, and then, thinking, perhaps, it was the Jones dogs, he came back to the top of the mountain but our dogs had, by that time, got straightened out again and, as they came to the top you . could have covered all the dogs with a bod spread. l ten you, iox hunters, l nave hard many a race but this one beat them alL. Mr. Fox made one more trip to the cove and by that time Whiskers had no hat and I had no voice and could do nbthing but clap my hands. I wish John Herron would come and have a chase with me and have dogs that will run a fox. He would think he was just entering the portals of glory, sure enough. I will finish telling of my chase. The fox started back to the side but could not make the run, and Old Dock picked him up on fair ground. I am glad to say that I pick ed him np soon after. Let us hear from Tinker. Has Her ron run "your dogs to death and then thrown off on poor old Shag and Din ah after they have made a good record for about six years.. Tell John to come out and hear dogs ' that can run and bring his dogs and see if they will run out here like they did on Walden's Ridge. Bruce. TATESVILLE. Sfeial to the Ntws. Everything is getting along nicely. The last few days have been remark ably hot for this time of tbe year. I have just returned from a trip to Chattanooga, which I enjoyed very much. I had a very hard chill the first night after I started, at Wbit- well and on my return back I stopped at Sequaehee and spent tho night there. Would have liked very much to have paid the News office a visit but as this was my first visit to the city I did not stir around much. Henry Barker, Thomas York, Jas. L.ayne and Houston Bryant went to Chattanooga last week, I saw many young and old friends on my trip to Chattanooga, whom l hadn't seen in some time, which made me feel like living life over again. Born to Mr. and Mrs. U. B. Lock- hart, a boy and they say it is a little democrat just like its pap. Uncle Tom visited .R. J. White last week. . Railroad talk is again a little breoz- 1 y here now. Last weeK some company waw buying the right way from Coal- mont to Crossville and had deeds made and ' acknowledged before the County Court Clerk, as they passed through. This looks more like a rail road for this part than ever before. During the six months, ending June I ti, there were exported from the Uni ted States 279, 553 cattle, valued at$21,- 647,545. Just this many dollars put in the hands of the farmers and ranch men of the United States. Tho bread stuffs exported from this country dur ing the six months ending June 80 were valued at $64,640,648. Just ex actly this many round dollars went in to the pockets of the farmers of this country. The aggregate grain receipt at the twelve interior important prim ary markets of the United States, dur ing the month ot July, amounted, as stated by the bureau of statistics at the department of Commerce and La bor, to 50,835,785 bushels, of which 19,977,808i8hel8 were wheat, 16,115,- 166 bushels corn, 12,610,449 bushels oats, 1,887,172 bushels barley and 207,- 140 bushels rye. James Sherley of Whitwell, was.on a squirrel hunt here last week. I want to Bay I was truly glad to see the News take on new life last week. With so many new subscribers didn't! she swell. Gee whiz 1, Watchman. DELPHI. Special to the News. , . Miss Mary Tate and Miss Sallie Guess visited Mrs. Annie Bryant Fri- dav. Bill Tate has bought a new wagon to go to chnrch in. If you want to see Miss Ella Tate smile ask her who is her sweetheart. Taylor Mayberry went to Dunlap Friday to get a hair cut and his neck washed. Friday night there was a new wagon went to church and yon could not hear the preacher for that wagon running around. It could not be still Jack Tate has bought some furni ture. Lizzie Tate wants a sweetheart. Cal Tato and wife are visiting home folks. Red Rat Wounds, Bruises and Burns. By applying an antiseptic dressing to wounds, burns and like injuries bej fore inflammation sets in, they may be healed without maturation and in about one-third the time, required bv the old treatment. This is the great est discovery and triumph of modern surgery. Chamberlain's Pain Balm acts on tnis same principle. It Is an antiseptio and when applied to such injuries, causes them to heal very quickly.. It also allays the pain and soreness and prevents any danger of blood poisoning. Keep a bottle in your home and it will save you time and money, not to mention the incon venience ana sunering such injuries entail. For sale by Jno. W. Simpson, Jasper,, Tenn. 1 ; sjr Cure Winter Cough. J. E. Gover, 101 N. Main St Otta wa, Kans., writes. "Every fall it has been my wife's trouble to catch a se vere cold, and therefore to cough all winter long. Last fall I got her a bot tle of Ilorelionnd Syrnp. She used it and ha been hMj t" fx soundly all niht long. Whenever the cough trou bles her, two or three doses stops the congh, and she is abl to lie up and well." 2"e, 5 and 1.00. Sold by Se quatchie Supply Stre. OASTOrtlA. Bmti tU ) to 1x4 ?m Han kim Botl HERRIN, ILL Special to Ike News. Base ball playing is the order of the day. Work is plontiful. Coal is mined here at 45c per ton, and a man can get out a lot of it in one shoot. TT . I'll i i , v e stm mourn trie death or our dear brother from whom we parted last winter at the Herrin Depot for theiast time. We learn from a dear cousin's letter that he was laid by his mother and brother. The Lord took him away Aug. 20 and the news reach ed us Sept 10. It made us feel so sad, but we were glad to know that he died asking for ns jr meet him in Heaven. The Lord gives and the Lord takes away; blessed be the name of the Lord. He was our last brother and it will be our turn next. SAM ANDERSON .Y..!vN.S.Vv.V The land You Have Always Bought, and which has beca la uso for over 30 years, has borne the signature of and has been made under his per- ZfL j(r?-t-rflA , sonal supervision slneo its Infancy. acvr, 4U4SUK Allownoonetodecelveyonluthls. All Counterfeits, Imitations and Just-as-good" are but Experiments that trlfl,e with and endanger tho health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castorla ls a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Fore gorlc, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and AVlnd ' Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates tho Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of J The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. - tut eiNTAun eonMNV, Tt muKKKt aracrr, utm von err. WHITWELL. Special to the Ntws. I thought probably I might interest some of the readers away from here as there has been some inquiry made as, to what has become of Morning Glory. He has tendered his resigna tion as a newspaper correspondent, de nounced the News and its editors, thrown up the sponge and retired to private life. L stayed witn iJro. ShaaricH, our papular blacksmith, . the other night and while there some sinner .fired several shots near the Campbellite Church while preaching was in pro gress. One' ball , struck the door-step of Bro. Sliadrick's .house, and if it had beeri a foot higher it would have come right into the house. Those parties were drunk and they were not union men, either. We have found out yfiio they were and they will be dealt with by the grand jury. They shot about 22 shots in all. There are fully 100 men and boys m Whitwell, who are carrying pis tols. I want to tell all the dear read ers of the News that I am for law and order and to defend and uphold the morals of our , town, and the peace and dignity of the state, whether the guilty parties be union or non-union. Shooting in this town is now a publio nuisance. It goes on by day and night The law says that i,t is the duty of all officers of the law to see that such violation of the law be put to an end. 'How long will this drunkenness and shooting, day and night, continue? We prodict that it will be but a short time until this shooting and other law-breaking will develop into a riot and probably several lives wilt be lost by it. If you are a union man or a non-union man keep with in your bounds. Don't get drunk and walk the streets of Whit well, cursing and abusing everybody you meet, with a shot gun on your shoulder and a pistol in your pocket, hollering at the top of your voice that the T. C. I. Co. is backing you up. I am led to believe that the officials of the T. C. L Co. never gave any such orders as that to their employes if they did they are in error. Mr. Ash- burn has always been held in the high est esteem and certainly cannot ap prove of such immoral conduct that has been going on in this town for two weeks by some of his so-called repre sentatives. Now, if you agents of the 1. V. L (Jo. will give a new com mand and the proper instructions to your emploves not to parade the streets of Whitwell armed with dead ly weapons for the purpose of disturb ing the peace and UHing profane lan guage and make such charges amend able to discharge, I will endeavor to have alike command issued to the un ion side of this question. -and by so do ing I believe peace and harmony will prevail I am for the right tbini that the greatest gol may be done to the greatest number of pple. Morning Glory's Brother. Plans to Get Rich. are often frustrated by a sndden break down, due to dyspeiipia or constipa tion. Brace up and take Dr. King's New Life Pill. They take out the materials which are . clogging yonr energies, and give vou a new start. Cnre headache and dizziness too. At all druggists. Guaranteed. 25c. MONEY TO LOAN QN Improved Farms in Ma . . rion county for 3 or 5 years, with privilege of renewal at low rate of interest. ; NO EXPENSE ATTACHED TO, MAKING LOAN, A. R. 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