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PL'HUMHKD AT Sequachee, Marion County, Tenn. KVKKV THUKHDAY. HILL & SON, Ekitoiis ami I'ubuhhkhs Subscription Price, 50c a Year in Advance. t3T ews and advertising matter to se cure Insertion must ho banded in before 12 o'clock oaish Wednesday, or it may bo t o 1 1 to for publication. Tub Nkws will not be responsible for the opinions of lw correspondents, nor for signed communication's and nothing will ba considered for Dublication which Is notaacompanled by the real name of She writer not for publication, but as an evidence of good faith. THURSDAY. , MaV 17. 1900. ANNOUNCEMENTS. We are authorized to announce N. IJ. of Whitwell. as a candidate for joint representative or floater from this, the 13th floterial district of Tennessee, subject to the action of the democratic party in a joint primary election at a t.im heat suited to; the democratic vo ters. REPUBLICAN NOMINATIONS. For Sheriff, 11. M. WESTMORELAND. For. Trustee. F. A. KELLY. For Circuit Court Clerk, W. 8. PRYOR. ForConntv Court Clerk, E. E. JOHNSON. For Reeister, C. A. QUARLES. DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS. For Sheriff, W. J. LEWIS. For Trustee, J. E DYER. For Circuit Court Clerk, T. S. WOOD. For County Court Clerk, J. M. PRICE. For Recistor, S. C. BYRNE. Coalmont. Special to the News. J. W. Dykes and daughter, Miss Rosye, were visting friends in Tarlton Tuesday ana Wednesday. J. W. StenD was here Wednesday. Houston Cannon and Jack Bowden were here Wednesday. Miss Delia Kilgore, of Tracy City, was visiting friends here last week. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Anderson enter tained a few friends Wednesday night Music was the feature of the evening. Those present were Misses Katherine Creighton, Florence Roberts, May Herd, Lelia Lankford, Rosa Anderson, Dillift Kileore and Miss (irahain. Messrs Willie Griswold . Claude My era, John Johnson, Joe Creighton, Jes se Heard and Mrs. Morch liridswoid. Miss Lelia Lankford. of Tracy City, was the guest of Miss Rosa Anderson last week. Misses Dora Thornhill and Charlie Crowe, of Tracy City, spent Friday nnn Saturday with Mrs. Crowe. , Jas. Robertson and Elmer Statts spent a day or two here last week en route from Dunlap to their respective home in Virginia and Ohio. Mr. Rohertson savs he thought he would get to ring the cow bells for Statts but poor prospects now. Hariin Griswold is anticipating a good time in Altamont the 3rd Sunday in May. Mrs. Wm. Creighton and children nre visiting relatives in Tarlton this weelr. Horace Herd lias returned from Dunlap where he has been for the past two months. Alias Pearl Lovelace has returned from Mt.View.Cal., and is the guestof ATi sua Tipna Rnblev. Miss Myrtle Dykes passed through here Monday en route to her home in T?aerheha. A large crowd attended church Mon day night. W R Heard visited his parents in TViinlnn Snndav and MondaV. Mr und Mrs. Chat Shelton visited friatula hpre a few days this week. Willie Griswold and Ed Stewart were out buggy riding Monday. Some one asked whose ring that was that Horace Heard was wearing. If you want to know very much it was his mama's. Ask Jesse Herd where he went bun day and watch him grin. Ask a certain young man if the camphor was needed. Well, I will not sav when for I guess he knows. Ask Hariin Griswold what the at traction is in a certain direction and if he don't smile and blush I'll treat. Horace Heard said he wished the sig nal office girl of Dunlap would call him up. She will find him at "Coal mont Stable." With best wishes to everybody that reads the News. Blnehelle. CATARRH CANNOT BECURKD with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they cannot reach the seat o' the disease. Catarrh is a h!oud or constitutional dis ease and in .rder to eur- it vol must take inte rnal remedi. a. Hall's Citarrb Cure is tnkt-n internally, and acta di rectly on the blood and mucous surfac es. Hall' Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine. It was pr-wriled by one of the lest physicians in this country for years, and Is reular prescription. It is enmpos-d of tlx- heat umh known, combined w.tli tu- l-st Mood purifiers, actinir dir tlv on tt.e ii.ii.oti MirUees. The m rli-.-t combination of th" two in gredient " lia' '""dii' such wond erful renl is in i-iiri S Catarrh. Send for teal ilium !". '. ..... K. .1. ( I! ENEY t CO., 'l..l-do.O. Sold hv all druirii'. 7.V. llall'a Family Pills are the beL WANTED. Uv J. A. Walker. Whitwell, Tenn , . 'Tl.miani Busliek soiih-I, 1ry white milliiu: "rn. Highest market prices paiJ. ,A Bad Stomach Lessens the usefulness and mars the bap- pines of life. It's weak stomach, a stomach tnat can not properly perform Its functions. Among Its symptoms are distress after eating, nausea between meals, Heartburn, belching, vomiting, flatulence and nervous headache. Hood'sSarsaparilla Cures a bad stomach, Indigestion and Ajf pepsia, and the cure is permanent. Accept no substitute. FIRE IN MONTEAGLE MONTEAGLE, Tenn., May 16.- A thirtv thousand-dollar fire ravaged this lieautiiul place eariy yeswjrutijr this morning. Six handsome residen ces and five buildings belonging to the Chautanqna assembly were burnea. One of the bui diners was warren na. To prevent the magmncent auditori um from hiiminc. tne DUimiiiKs uo- tween it and the fire were dynamited. The tire started soon after midmgni and raced until dawn. The fire will somewhat lnterrere wun the nnhlishfid nroirrams for the Chautauqua assemblies the coming summer unless the five assembly build . . , ings can be Immediately reouui. m effort to meet the emergency will be made at once. WHITWELL. Speiial to the News, Going to the train is the order of the dav. Hugh Rankin Is visiting nome ioiks here from Durham. Jim Cantrell got severely hurt in the mines at Jjurtiam, dui ne is ueuer . - . - i i i. now. His girl looked sau unui sne heard he was not seriously hurt. Tom Creek of Coalmont. Is visiting friends and relatives here this week, Harrv Turner, of Dlinois. was in our town last week but returned to his home Monday. Miss Lula Hudson is visiting friends in Jasper. tirover Thomas called on JNeine mos' iers Sunday. Jim Cantrell called on Miss Maggie Henson Sunday eve. Miss Nan Coppinger of Coppmger Cove, visited Miss Mamie Coppinger Saturday and Sunday, returning home Monday. Miss May Hudson spent isunuay wun Mavme Conmnger. Jim Cantrell was all smiles Sunday. Mary Jordan looked sad Sunday. Hallie Hudson was all smiles Sun day. ilinnie Hamilton looked sweet Sun day. Wonder what was wrong with Rol- lie Coppinger Sunday. He looked very sad. Sorry to hear of the death of Mrs. King, wife of Lon King. She died at Knoxvilie, but her remains will be brought here and interred in the Walk er cemetery. She leaves a husband and several children to morn her loss. We loved her. yes. we loved her but angels loved her more and they have sweetly called her to yonder shining shore. The golden gates were open and a gentle voice said, "Come," and with farewell unspoken she calmly entered home. Oh, the bed is now vacant where so long she used to lie and her voice is gone forever and we miss her everywhere. No more will mother's sweet face look upon us in this old world but we all will see her again in that fair and happy land. A Friend KELLY'S FERRY. Special to the Neios. It seems as if everybody is enjoying themselves in this vicinity as well as could be. There is always a crowd of young people who gather at the horne of Mr. and Mrs. Isaiah Newsome every Sunday to spend the evening and have their fun as Mr. and Mrs. rJewsome is as as lively as the young folks, but every one was very calm Sunday on account of the illness of Miss Mary Newsome, who is suffering with tonsil ltis. We sympathise with the young lady. She is very lively when she is well. Mr. Timmon8 was in our vicinity Sunday and he will make some terrible blasts this week on the Southern rail road Messrs Joe Hartman, Charlie Payne, and Elic Walker made a pleasant trip on Lookout Mountain Sunday and re port a nice time. Mr. and .Mrs. Isaiah .Newsome and Mrs Wm McNabb went to Chattanooga Monday to do some shopping Mr and Mrs lieorge Hixson returned from this place Saturday on their way home to Dunlap. James Anderson was out horseback riding Sunday. King Wooten was all smiles Sunday as he was out walking Jwith his best girl. Unas Hartman received some nice pictures Friday from Chattanooga If yon want to see P M Lnsk smile ask him how he likes to be whipped by the yonng girls at Kelly s t erry Mr. and Mrs. Chas. McNabb of Oate's Island, were visiting the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vm. McNabb, Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and -Airs. win. White were in our vicinity Sunday. Mart Hartman and daughter, Miss Mollie, attended church in Lookout Valley Sunday. Evervliody rememlier church atCnm- mings' C'hajel the first Sunday in this month and also atnrtlay night. Miss Emma Troxler was at the Ferry Tuesday shopping. If you want to see Mr. King Wooten smile asK nun now ne ntes to take a young girl home Sunday. ('has. H artman is as happy as he can lx as he goes to see one girl one Sun day and another the next Sunday. ho can iient tnat ioy. Miss Annie White was the gneat of Mrs. R. F. Ruhey Monday. J. C. Foster went to town Monday 15est wishes to the ews ami its reader. A. PINNED BENEATH LOG. While uauling logs on the mountain above Jasf'er his wagon overtnrned and Loney Wells was pinned Wneath the load nnable t extricate hiuielf. He was fortnnately disfveml by tan barker and extricated. He was iiot m rionxly hurt. Letters 1, Editor Educate and Unite. Editor News. There is a great deal said and done in this labor controversy that is not in structive or educational. The strong est cleaver capital has against labor is the ignorance of a large part of the workeis of our country. The next strongest club that is wielded among working men is prejudice and tnis ele ment is largely influenced and placed in the minds ot the ignorant by the hirelings of corporations. . They step in where ignorance reigns and by deceit and misrepresentation poison the mind of one working man against another and thereby set up a warfare among laborers, and tne participants are known by two factions, one under the influence of the corporations and the others standing and battling for jus tice, home and fireside, and country, as well as individual freedom to act and assert their individual opinions re gardless of the baneful influence of cor Dorate power. eternal vigilance is me price or liberty." and, thank God, there are enough men in our land yet to hold up the cause of freedom and liberty. We aim to keep the campfare of liberty burning in Whitwell until the treasure that now is placed to crush it, is en tirely exhausted. Wealta that is stor ed away to crush a liberty-loving peo ple is unholy and is ill-gotten. .very American dollar that is held by any man to crush the cause of liberty a mong the working class of people is a perversion of the authority that creat ed the dollar, and the man who so uses our American dollars is a traitor to his country. We will find as we go down the stream of time that the powers that are struggling to crush humanity and human rights are enlarging every year and the only way to noid this aggress ion in check Is education. JLiet us edu cate our children to have ideas and ideals of their own, so much so that there will be no room for the doctrine of the "divine right of kings." Let ns teach our children original ideas and ideals and to learn for themselves and be prepared to sift the chaff from the wheat that our posterity may preach the right sort or political econ omv. Then it will be that selfish men will concede to their fellow man those privileges that they claim for them selves. JNO lair-minueu man or wxiay can deny but that a joint agreement between contracting parties is right and equitable and constitutional and why not advocate ill vjapmai nas ror thirty years claimed and asserted the right to organize and has been allowed to do so without a warfare, but when labor assumes to perfect a like move ment for eoual justice, there must be a warfare and who brings iff The only right that a working -man asserts who does not affiliate with his fellow working man in organization is the right to surrender to corporate power and become a factor in their hands to crush the cause of labor. This is the freedom that a coal com nanv offers their men when they are refusing a ioint agreement. The free dom to fight their fellow man. If this is freedom how it has changed since Geo. Washington's deeds planted it on American soil. "United we stand; ai vided we fall." JOHN KING, Whitwell, Tenn., May 14, 11KKJ. ADGER, ALA. Special to the News, Sunshine is the order of the day. Otis Griffith called on Miss Lula Parson Sunday eve. Ask Pap Parson how he likes Zula Watts and see him grin. Somebody please ask Mollie Davis why she wasn't at Sunday school Sun day eve. ' Miss Amanda Daffron and best fel low were out walking Sunday eve. Ask Ola Griffith how she likes green beans. Ask Fred Davis how he likes buaer milk. Mrs .Sallie Daffron, of Adger said to tell Tommie Daffron, of Roope , not to swing the girls too high. Walter Kv-ans caned on miss ueorg ia Mason Sunday eve. Mr. Skelton. of our town, is on tne sick list. We hope he will soon recov er. Please talk to Georgie Mason about marrying for we are afraid we are go ing to loose her. Miss Martha Davis and her lenow were out walking Sunday eve. The girls and boys of Adger are aw ful slow, all wanting to get behind. Misses Madama Parson, Amanda Daffron. Georgie Mason. Mattie Thorn as, Martha Davis and Messrs. Dolphin Parson. Harve Blankenship, Walter Evens. Jack Parson and Will tins at tended services Sunday. Harve Blankenship called on Miss Amanda Daffron Sunday eve. Where is "Love"? She is gone. I think Logan Mason is going to be a scissors agent. 1 nearu a ceruuu agent say if he did she was going to try and get him in place of the scis sors. A certain girl said Luther Griffith was her coffee if she never drank him. A certain boy told me that Miss Am anda Daffron sure did look sweet Sun day eve. Mrs. Sallie Daffron said to tell Mr. and Mrs. Frank Manning not to forget they still had an aunt in Alalwma. John Jones still calls to see the Wid ow Davis. Come on, Uncle Gid. I enjoy read ing your letters. If yon don't want Charlie to marry yon had letter not send him down in Alabama. Miss Georgia Mason and Miss Aman da Daffron are right hand friends. Come on. all ye writers of Root, as I like to read your picees. I have many friends there. Farewell farewell, to all la-low. My sweetheart calls and I must go. Fnss &. Quarrel. Notice to All. Persons who are indebted to the firm of J. W. Walker will please, come at once and settle and save fnrther troub le. Yon know who yon are. I don't want to personate vou. ReMwvtfnllv, J W. WALKER. Whitwell. Tenn. HEAD IT: What Th N. "- WIutwcH GEO. W. "ftnow not what I tell it as 'twas The public school will close next week. J. F. Bowden and Pat Cary were in the city last week. Rev. Joe Vasey, of Knoxvilie, was n the city Saturday. Sam Wilson, who has been in Nash ville for some time, is now in the city. Rev. M. A. Hunt preached at the O. P. Church Sunday at 11 a. m. and p. in. Miss Corene Ashburn attended Com mencement exercises at Pryor Institute this week. Mrs. W. S. Adams, of Chattanooga, is in the city, the guest of her sisters, Misses Emma and Luella Bull. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Ashburn went to Cleveland last Saturday to attend the commencement exercises of Cente nary College. Closing out at cost for the next ten days. Come and get bargains. J. W. WALKEK, Whitwell, Tenn. A gentleman, whose name we did not get, spoke here Monday in the in terests of the Socialist party, but not many turned out to hear him. The closing of the Whitwell Savings Bank will cause some trouble and per haps litigation, as some things about it seem in bad shape. J. T. Raulston is receiver. James Everett Bull is the latest addi tion to the Bull family having arrived about ten days ago. He is now the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Bull, of Searles ,Ala. The primary election last Saturday passed off very quietly and everybody seems very well satisfied with the re suit, notwithstanding a large majority were for Senator Carmack. Mrs. Lon King died Sunday at the home of her mother, Mrs. T. P. Duff, in Knoxvilie, where she went a month ago in hopes that a change would be beneficial to her. She was brought here for interment. We notice that some of the papers are urging the Hon. Jno. T. Raulston, of this place, to become a candidate for Congress in this district on the Repub lican ticket. If Col. Raulston will consent to do so Judge Moon will meet one of the most formdable opponents he has ever met. Col. Raulston is rising young member of the bar and would make an aggressive canvass, and if elected, would stir the country with his eloquence in the halls of the house of Representatives from Maine to Cal ifornia. Adger, Ala. Special to the News. Pretty weather is the order of the day. Miss Amanda Daffron looked very lonesome Sunday. Wonder why. A certain boy said he hoped Felix Houstain would never return to Adger. Miss Ola Griffith, the belle of Adger, visited her sister, Mrs. Lula McFall Sunday. Walter Evans is working at Virgin Miss Modania Parson is a sweelt little girl. Miss Lula Parson said Otis Griffith is sweet. "Cripple" Jack Parson's moustache is very pretty, so says a certain girl Miss Mollie Davis says Bob Parson is a very good looking boy. Felix Otis Griffith says Miss Lula Parson is a lovely girl. Miss Ola Griffith sure is a sweet lit tle girl, so says your humble servant. Scabs are plentiful here but they are not doing any good. The strikers are as firm as rocks. Luke Griffith said he sure would like to go with the girls but as he could not think of anything to say he would have to be excused. Poor boy, how he is to be pitied. "Pap" Parson said Martha Davis sure is sweet. Dolphus Parson looked lonely Sun day. Solomon McFalls said Fanny More land was sure sweet. Hark ye to the wedding liells. Miss Alice Degnan said Tom Hopper gass was sweet. Happy Jack. The News only costs Why not take it? 50, 'o a year savs : " 1 luive used Bliss .niive Herlis f"i- Catarrh oflhe St.iin-'ch, ami ii Uhh done v more poo.1 thnti any olht-r remedy I e-er ustd. I clailly recominttiwN ihc medicine lo nil suffering as 1 did." A BOX of Bliss Native Jx Herbs is a family doc tor always in the house. Its use prevents and cures BL'SS Constipation, Dys pepsia, Kidnev and NATIVE Liver Trouble, Skin WirDttS Diseases, Rheuma- tism and nianv I Blood diseases. It is purely vectab' e contains no min- crai poihon auu is pre pared in Tablet and i ... ... j : 200 l Powder form. Sold DOSES in One Dollar boxes t qq villi a Guarantee to . cure or money bacu. Uur 32 pn;e Almanac telling how to .re.it disease sent on request. ..!.UiCINK M.V1LKD PROMPTLY BY JAMES CARLOCK. S. Pittsburg, Tenn., Ttf O ALONZO O. BUSS CO. ashinqton. o. C Department. C5 LEWIS Affent. the truth may te, pi J to nit. WHITWELL. Special to the News. Re-planting gardens is me order of the day. The frost did great damage to garden stnff. Mrs. Tom nntn, irom huiii'skip, n visiting relatives here this week. The new ennte at me mines is almost , i i iirt.nH j i ...:n 1 COmplBieU. nucu nm.-iin-u ii win iih the completest of its Kind in the state. Two automatic tips will be placed when finished and will hold 200 tuns and is said to cost $10,(M)0. The sale of straw nats is prohibited here for three weeks yet per order of the mayor of the town. J. W. JNorwoou is on mis week lor a protracted fox hunt. I hope he will have a nice time. Old Bro. Dofetchit is up on foot t 1 . l a . i 1 . again. He naeu w nave passed in nis cheeks. I kept hearing the old chap was bad off so I called in to see him and to my surprise I found his wife and brother-in-law nanging over his bed. crying. 1 was not excited much as old Do did not owe me anything. I said to his wife, "Has the doctor giv en him ontt" "Oh, no," "Well, don't get excited. " "Yes, but he re fuses whiskey. " Then I felt just like the rest of the family and thought it doubtful but he has fully recovered and says E. R. Betterton's favorite prescription will cure anyone. You know old Do is a great tobacco man. He uses it in many ways and generally sleeps with six plugs of Star navy un der his head, one in his month and one old cob pipe, strong enough to push a wheelbarrow with, a twist in the pike and smoke smelling like a glue factory, so you can see old Do is a hard cus tomer. He says he is a debater. Well, tell him to loom up. I won't say much about him this week as he is mad. All the locusts in this valley have settled on the trees around his house. They holler "Pharaoh no more but sing Dofetchit' ' instead. If there is not something done with those insects I think Do will put up a canning factory and ship them to China, but I told him to hold on. The democrats had a primary and that will banish them if they can be moved. Gofetchit. WHITWELL. Special to the News. The health of this place is very good. Business seems to be unsteady as the Whitwell Savings Bank has about gone out of business.. 1 uon t know tho cause of this. The mines are running every day. Work is plentiful. Whether there is any money in the work or not I can't say. Everything seems to be very quiet, Saturday was meeting day for local union, No. 287 and we had a very large attendance. Everything reported in good order. Good talks w ere given by Joe Vasey and N. B. Moore, also by President J. F. Bowden. Their talks led the members to understand pros pects for the future were brighter than ever before and, if necessary, that the hght shall go on three years longer or in other words, there will be no end to it until the company wishes to sign an agreement, let that be long, or short. Well, Mr. Mitor, as i noticed in reading the News that the labor con troversy has ceased and I am proud to know that it has as I think we will get along all right without it In reading last week's paper I notic ed a piece from Pryor' s Cove. That used to be my home place and I still have a kind friend that lives there. He used to send me to school, clothed and fed me. I want to see him again as X have not seen him since Jan. Ye writer has just returned from a trip to Alabama and as I am not very well posted I will not say much more at this writing. Times are hard and money is scarce, so if I can swap my old Barlow and get the difference 1 am going to leave this place. As there is a lot of talk and not many doing what they say I am going to give a problem in mine surveying for information in the work and it will give me pleasure to have this problem printed. Example: The main entrv from bottom of shaft runs due north 3,600 feet. A cross entry is started due east at a distance of 200 feet from face and driven 2,40o feet. What length of roadway started 250 feet from the shaft will be required to connect with the face of the cross entry and what will be the bearing of this connecting roadway in degrees? Will give the problem worked out in the next issue of the pa per as I think I can have it worked by that time. (Jpossom, RED HILL. Special to the News. Pretty weather is the order of the dav. Iko Ashburn looked pleasing the oth er flay. Jliss Maud Turner and Miss Bertie Childer's called at Mrs. Wallace's the other day. Ask V alter Cox what made him vis it Mr. Shadrick's shop so often and see nun smile. Look out, girls. Willie Wallace was in town the oth er day. Ask Will Thacker how he likes tan bark and ee him smile. Ask Glen Ashburn how he likes certain fellow near Red Hill and see him smile. Ask Miss Alice Wallace how she would liked to have fired a rock at certain boy the other dav and see her smile. Joe Dvkes Km iked c-nte Snndav. Mr. Knight looked pleasing Sunday. 1 suppose Kolly Dykes is Having fine time at Diiii'lan. Ask Willie Walhve where is thegate post he hnnir bis hat on Sunday ami see bim smile Ask Willie Wall.n e who he saw the other day and see him irrin. When this yon see. think of me, your own true love in Red Hill. Tennessee. Good lin k to the News and its read ers. Sugar Plum. NOTICE. I Will bn t Jumr on Monday f each week. All nrties desiring d" tl work will please call at th Hupbes II . T r, t' noof, it. junior.. 0 TIT. t .1. . j , .1 it ir.l.. nn iihlltl jrour uemer bui'ui it. " " . tute, n we neiid by mail on receipt or price A complete shoe-polinhinn outfit for M . cf.nt8 Lali8 can polish their own ihoes with little or no trouble, and it doei not smut or blncK the Kkirts. Gentlemen who nevor before pol. iRhed their hoe now use Shufhine. Can be : - 1 1 .1 . . i v .... Mnt anlll rttniru in me pocKCl or Krf it. ShiKUine contains no acid, shellaca or am monia, as liquid dreBln(rii no. niiuuiuo . -leather preserver for all kinds of leather, ln ..1 ..v, 1,.., . v. KhAM we&r much longer when used exclusively. PREPARED BY OSMIC CHEMICAL COMPANY, Brockton, Mas. 1 . ... MEPBOiES Are a Necessity in the Country Home. fbe farther you are rel ieved town to riiSroad Ftruinn, the nore t lie telephone wnl save in i:ne kvA horse; l'i.'th. No rn:iu has 1 rivht to conifK I one of the fcr.iily to He m ayony !r nocrs untie ne drives to to-.vn for the doctor. Tt 1 cplione and save half the suffering. Our Free Book tells how to or ganize, build and operate tele phone lines and systems. Instruments sold on thirty days' trial to responsible parties. CADIZ ELECTEES CO., 2CI I CCC Building, Cadiz, Ohio. THE STANDARD Martin Automatic W REEL. i -:..?- The best aid a fisherman can have. Has a Lock lirake, something no other Reel has. Fits any rod. A fish, once hooked, cannot get away, and dies happy. It is simple, strong and re quires no skill to operate it. Always reaiy for u,;e and easy to keep clean. Send for catalogue. JU'tnil price, $6.00, delivered. Lib cral discount to trade. MARTI U AUTOMATIC FISH REEL CO., L. B. 142, Ulon, N. Y. ll RHEUHATISLI LUMBAGO, SCIATICA NEURALGIA and KIDNEY TROUBLE "i DI0PS" taken Internal! jr. rid lb blood of tne poisonous matter and aolds which are tne direct causes ot these disease. ADDlled externally it afford I moat in- sunt relief from pain, while a permanent cure Is being effected by purifying the blood. dlMolvlng the potaonous sub tance and removing it from the srsteo. DR. 8. D. DLAND Of Brewtoa. Oav. wiitaai ! ha b wtm tor a amber mt yam with LambafO an kaanaaatlaai la ml ara aad la-a,ao4 MKil Ma raaMdue that laoald ratoar trom adleal werka, as alaa eooaolta with a aanbar af ta aaM pajraMlane, hut fauad othlal that tba rallaf eotaiaad from -VUHi n." 1 aaan anaenba sua, rmitlln lor miliar tin aa4 klaaia If yoaj are suffering wit. Kheumatltm. Neural la. Kldae Trouble or any kia d red dlaeaaa. write to as for a trial boui of "t-DROPS." and (eat ll youraelt "f-OROWeaa be ad any length of time withoct eoqulring a "drug habit," a It la entirely freo of oplom. eocatn. aieohok Uartunm. aa4 eiber aiauiar IngredleBta LOO. la af Br,!.!. SWIIIOI HraiiTt. lOIISOIHIT, wm - Vllllllh FIB 45 f",U- -I Ml"""" II I IS OSES