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Sometimes? If so, it will interest you to know that it can be stopped with Dr. Miles' Anti-rain Pills; and without any bad after effects, and this without dan ger of forming a drug habit or having your stomach disar ranged. They positively con tain no opium, morphine, co caine, chloral, ether or chloro form in any form. Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills relieve pain, and leave only a sense of relief. The reason for this is explained by the fact that headache comes from tired, irritable, turbulent, over-taxed brain nerves. Anti Pain Pills soothe and strength en these nerves, thus removing the cause. They are harmless when taken as directed. "We use Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills for the cure of hpndnehe, and we think that there Is nothing that will rqunl them. They will cure the severest spell of nervous or slcK headache in a very few minutes. 1 did of a nervous temperament, and occasionally have spoils when my nerves seem to be completely exhaust ed, and I trernblo bo I can scarcely contain myself. At these times I al ways take the Antl-Paln Pills, and they nuiet me right away. Tt Is re markable what a soothing effect they have upon the nerves," MRS. F. E. KARL, Detroit, Mich. Dr. 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, 25 cents. Never sold in bulk. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind The Trials of Women. The homes of thla country are filled with women whose trials utterly de stroy the joys of existence. Thoy 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 better days. All such should be advised to use a few bottles of ST. ANDREW'S WINE OF LIFE ROOT. It plants hope in hopeless hearts, the seeds of joy in joyless minds, whose fruition is tho blooms of health on the cheek of the perfect woman, to whom the ills of her former existence are now the real zest of her 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 pood, 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 $1.00 per bottle. Ask your druggist for it. Made only by ANDREWS MFG. CO., Bristol, Tenn. r THE BLAKESLEE SasaiulOasoiir GIR3ES Vertical Engines 2tf H.P. 4H. P. Every Engine All the Latest Improve ments. Always ready for use. leal. Noiseless. Safe, Reliable, Econom POSITIVELY SAFE. These iizr are especially recommend M fortrpn- tr.U hu m iiae, us they ou:i 1ms easily ir;m.'"rti'ti lium ill a-'A i., nlni'M nini fni-ni-th ihtt must iB UP'I n.itnmnh';i1 imw,.r rmaxih! fir ttimihur Tit Mil (8 fur Bum)! v.-atvrworks nyst jin: for Jrivmn mill. (': S'iHUts, runnlni; olinn:, n am fvnr:r.'vs, V.';:iTE,ELAKESLE MFG.CO.Sirmlnghani.AIa. WHITE'S Cream Vermifuge THE GUARANTEED WORM pcucnv 'it-' II L 111 l U I a. M mm ri tmm tsnv m THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC. acwftxt or IMITCTION. TMI QINUINI PREPRID ONLY Bt Ballard-Snow Liniment Co. ST. LOUIS, MO. For sale by SKirATfiiiK Suti.y Stoi:k. KILLthe COUCH iKj CURE the LUNGS " Dr. King's Now Discovery C fOKSUMPTlOW Pries OUGHS anil 80c 4 $1.00 Fre Trial. MDS all 3. ' 8ur-' i Til' J LI , TRACY. Having fun is the order of the day. A larae 4towjI of the Dykes' s Hollow. girl ftttimdert chnrrfr on Hobo's hill last night. Dnrnimp Hwrfw hanging ins hut at John Van Hooxer'a Frank Ntmley called on Miss Lillie Lank ford Sunday night. Miss Lizzie Nunley galled on Mrs. Sallie Hatfield Sunday night. A certain toy said Miss Maud Borwn is sure pretty. Miss Lillie Layne is sure pretty. A certain girl in Dykes' hollow thinks Frank Lockhart is the prettiest bov she ever saw. Pascal Dykes looked sad Sunday ev ening. Miss Lillie Nnnley said Isaac Sanders would be pretty if his head wasn't red. Miss Lillie Limkford looked sad Sun day. She is scared to death. She is afraid Sallie Hatfield will beat her. Miss Nellie Coldwell looked pleased Sunday. Guess she saw her fellow. Miss Ethel Lankford said Henry Nnnley is sure pretty. Mr. Leverton wants to hang his hat on Levi Lankford's gate post. If you want to see Henry Paruiley smile call him chicken. Clell Dykes looked sad Sunday. Miss Rebecca Layne said Cal Cold well is sure pretty Ask Tommie Dykes when he is going to join the church. Miss Lizzie Nunley said Bill Kirk looked sweet Sunday night. Miss Sallie Hatfield was all smiles Sunday. I guess she saw Frank Nnnley. Bill Kirk thinks Lizzie Nunley is sure pretty. John Dykes called on Miss Alice Vanhooser Sunday. Our Sunday school is getting along nicely. Frank Lockhart says a sertain girl in Dykes' Hollow is awful pretty. Misses Lizzie Nunley and Sallie Hat field said they thanked Tom Smith for the bouquet he gave them Sunday Misses Millie Nunley and Lillie, Liz zie and Sallie Hatfield visited Mrs. Will Bone Sunday. Mrs. Rebecca Dickson visited Mrs. Thrown finndav. ' Miss Ethel Lankford called on lazzie Nunley Sunday evening. Miss Idllie Liayne minus t ranu .uock- hart is pretty. Pascal Dykes is awful sorry that Dominic Geary has beaten him. Frank Lockhart is wanting to nang his hat on Mr. Vanhooser's gate post. He thinks Miss Alice is awful pretty. Miss Maud Brown said ill Hollo- way was the prettiest boy she ever saw. Bill Geary called on iviiss Misie Tucker Sunday night. Lee Geary called on Alice iirown Sunday night. Miss Miltie JNunley has gone to town today to have a tooth filled. Koy Lockhart thinks Miss Jiaggie Nunley is sure pretty. I heard a girl say that Uari iiaynes was sure pretty. Miss Lizzie Nnnley said Ludie sitz looked cute Friday night. If you want to see liob JNunley s goiu teeth mention Thersa Tucker. Well, Uncle Gid, bring vour red headed boy over to Dykes' Hollow. Miss Kthel Lankford looked sad bun- day night. Bob Layne thinks Miss iSeckie Geary is sure pretty. Oscar (Jondry beat George Dodge Sunday. I guess he had better come back from Coal City. Tom Geary was at church bunuay evening in Dykes' Hollow. A certain girl m the hollow thinks Spider Lankford is pretty. Leonard Vanhooser called on ALiss Ellen Dykes Sunday. Mrs. Toy Lockhart and Mrs Mark Layne visited Mrs. Will Bone Sunday. Harris Brown has gone ginsing uig- 8n,K- . . Lawrence Dykes started to r lat Branch this morning to get work. Isaac Sanders escorted Miss Lillie Nunley from church last night Joe Layne is stuck on Lillie Nunley. Miss Millie Nunley is out selling pic tures this week. (Jome again, "Smiling Bill, as we like to read your letters. A protracted meeting is going on at Myers' Hill. Miss Maud Brown thinks Henry Parmley is pretty. Marshal Cope thinks Miss Lillie Layne is pretty. Love Vine. IF YOU DON'T succeed the first time use Herbine and you will get instant relief. The great est liver regulator. A positive cure for Constipation, Dyspepsia, Malaria, Chills and all liver complaints. Mr. C . of Emory, Texas, writes: "My wife has been using Herbine for her self and children for five years. It is a sure euro for constipation and mala ria fever, which is substantiated bv what it has done for my family." Sold by Sequatchie Supply Store. Tracy City. Special to the News. Walking and talking is the order of the day. A large crowd of young folks visited Mrs. Gilbert Dykes Sunday. Leonard Vanhooser visited Miss El len Dykes Sunday. Will Holloway hangs his hat at John Hatfield's gate. A large crowd attended church on Shad Hill Sunday. Born to Mr. and Mrs. John Shadrick a girl. Born to Mr. and Mrs. George Dent a girl. Clell Dykes called on Miss Lizzie Nnnley Sunday. Isaac Sanders called on Miss Lillie Nnnley Sunday. Misses Nora IV-nt and Cora Killgore visited Mi"s Francis Shadrick. Alex IXiwuan looked sad Sunday. Kises are red, and the stem is green. Cal Coldwell is the prettiest lxy I ever seen. Remember niewell, remember nie true ; RenienilxT me and I will you. Remember uiesiion: ri'iiicuiWruif late: Rememer me at the golden gate. Tiger Lily. A Mountain of Gold ivuld nt bring as much happim to Mrs. Lncia WUke. f Caroline. Wis., as did one iV 1hx of Bui klen's Arnica Salve, win ! it completely cuhmI a run tiins -t" on h-r ! whirh had tttnr- i 1 r -! !"';, y. ..rs. (Iv -:?'t ,iiTi- 1 i 1 1 ! r . ;' I'.ii . V, u'i'i .ind s-!.. jv at Cert's iV Coppin.vf'. iCOliasdDOftl 1 he season s rirst cold may be slight may yield to early treatment! but the next cold will hang on longer; it will be more troublesome, too. Un necessary to take chances on that second one. Scott's Emulsion is a preventive as well as a cure. Take when colds abound and you'll havenocold. Takeit when the cold is contracted and it checks inflamma tion, heals the membranes of the throat and lungs and drives the cold out. Send for free sample. SCOTT & B01VXE, Chemists 409-415 Pearl Street, Now "York 50c. and $1.00 ... All druggist COALMONT. Special to the News, We are having some cool weather at this writing. Gussie Brown was here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Sweeton were in Tracy Saturday. Jim Floyd was here Monday to gee his best girl. Willie Sweeton took his best girl home Sunday. iJOD JPhinpps went to Altamont bun- day. Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Sweeton and children were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Harris Sunday. Jack Sanders was in our midst one day last week. Dr. Hayes was here Friday to see little Livinsgton Sweeton, who is quite ill with pneumonial fever. Miss Eliza Henson was in Tracy the latter part of last week visiting rela tives and friends. Dr. Lockhart has just returned from Petros. Bearl Lockhart is on the sick list. Fay Percy has been the guest of Mrs. Dr. Lockhart a few days this week. Bro. Faganix and wife, of Tracy (Jity, were in our suburbs Sunday. Albert JNunley moved here JLhurs- day. Ask Burton Lewis how she likes to hear a graphophone. Mr. Woodell s store is almost com pleted ready for goods. If yon want to hear fine music call on Jim Sweeton. Parrot, Sciatica Cured After Twenty Years of Torture. For more than twenty years Mr. J. B. Massev, of 3:122 Clinton St. , Minne apolis, Minn. , was tortured by .sciati ca. The pain and suffering' which ho endured during this time is beyond comprehension. JNothing gave him any permanent relief until he used Cham berlain's Pain Balm. One application of that liniment relieved the pain and made sleep and rest possible, and less than one, bottle has effected a -permanent cure. If troubled with sciatica or rheumatism why not try a 2.c bottle of Pain Balm and see for yourself how quickly it relieves the pain. For sale by Jno. W. Simpson, Jasper, Tenn. GLEN MARY, TENN. Special to the News. Rain is the order of the day. Cut worms are doing a great deal of damage to the gardens. Miss Georgia Walker and Mr. Harve Miller and Miss Georgia Pallard and Mr. Thad Perkins visited ye writer Sunday to have their pictures taken. Perhaps Coal Hill may ring up a wedding some day soon. My advice, girls, is to be pretty and look well, boys. I heard a man inquire when the un ion would die. When the lion eats grass with an ox and the fish worm swallows the whale; when the terrapin wears woolen socks and the hare is out run by the snail ; when serpents walk up right like men and the doodle bug travels tike frogs; when grasshoppers feed on hens and feathers are found on the hog: when torn cats swim in the air, and elephants roost upon trees, when insects, in summer are rare and snutf never makes people sneeze; when fish creep over dry land and mules on bicycles ride ; when foxes lay eggs in the sand and women iu dress take no pride; when Dutchmen no longer drink beer and girls get to preaching on time and then the union perhaps will die. Fisherman. Fortunate Missourians. '"When I was a druggist, at Livonia. Mo.", writes T. J. Dwyer, now of Graysville, Mo., '"three of my custom ers were permanently cured of con sumption by Dr. King's New Discov ery, and are well and strong today. One was trying to sell. his property and move to Arizona, but after using New Discovery a short time he found it un necessary to do so. I regard Dr. King's New Discovery as the most wonderful medicine in existence." Surest Cough and Cold cure and Throat and Lung healer. Guaranteed bv Curtis & Coppinger. 5iic and tl. Trial liottle free. K. of P. Decoration. Jasper Lodge, No. n., K. of P., dec orated the grave of Walter Walsh at Owen Cemetery Sunday alout four p. iu., with fitting execrcisea. A large numlier of the lodge members were in attendance from Jasjier as well as local memliers. of whom there are several. Tired Mothers. !' hnl work to take rare of children untl to rtH-k. irw'!, wh. h'-w ami rnt-nd ti1 T'r, -1 i.t rs vho il-l tk !?!' y.irrm rs la- it r- fr-hf tV.r M. "I. in i r i lr "P t'di'v. s.-'iur r.if.tl '.. i. Mr. EjiLSH TATESVILLE. Speiial to the News. We have had some remarkably cool weather for this time of the year. We had a big frost on the morning of the tth and another on the morning of the 10th. As far as I have examined the fruit is all killed. It was tho most killing frost I ever saw. It killed the leaves in some places a hundred feet high. The woods in some places look like fires lias run through them. Irish potatoes, corn and beans and every thing that was up was killed. R. J. White said the plowed ground at his place was frozen hard enough in places to hold his weight. 1 cannot estimate the amount of damage the frost did. There were thousand of bushels of ap ples killed, not to say anything about the peachs, plums, pears and grapes. We had the finest prospects for a good crop until the frost came that we had had in several years. Born to iUr. and ,Urs. .). L. White twins, a boy and a girl, and the neigh bors say they can t sleep for his sing ing "Bye low, baby bye. 1 went to spend a night with a mend and after we had eaten a good supper anil had beei enjoying the many good things of life I asked my friend where the water was. He said' it is just on the left of the door in the other room. I stepped in and found an old fashion ed gourd hanging upon the wall that held about a quart. I lifted it off the nail and being very thirsty I dipped it up full and drank the contents. I discovered soon after I had drank it that I had gotten into the slop bucket. I soon got very sick but I kept it to myself and told my friend I was very sleepy and wanted to lie down. I soon recovered and got up the next morning feeling very much refreshed after tak ing a drink from the hogs. Mrs. Mary Tate and Mrs. Joe Tate were here shopping. Mrs. W . M. JJouldin visited Mrs. J. L. White. Mr. and Mrs. Cleave Ross and Mrs. J. H. Ross were visiting the parson trying to get him reconciled. Miss Lthel Ransom has gone to Alta mont. Watchman. DYKES HOLLOW. Special to the Nnvs. Buggy riding is the order of the day. A large crowd attended church Sun day. Pascal Dykes gave Miss Ella Van hooser a call Sunday. Mrs. Rebecca Frederick visited Mat ilda Kilgore todav. Misses Francis Shadrick and Cora Kilgore visited Mrs. Pearl King today, We are glad to know that Mrs. Law- son Nunley is improving. John Sanders and Francis Meeks vis ited Riley Kilgore Sunday. Cora Kilgore visited Mrs. Lucy Dykes Sunday. Alex Shadrick, Francis and Arthur Shadrick visited Mrs. Paralee Shadrick today. Everything is looking green and the gardens are doing well. If you see a frog up a tree, Pull its tail and think of me. Roses are red and violets blue, I love you like six by two. Roses are green and violets blue ; Sugar is sweet and so are you. Come on, Uncle Gid, with your red headed son. My pencil is bad, my writing worse; God bless you it you read this verse. If you love me like I love you, No knife can cut our love in two. Candv stick. STOMACH TROUBLES. Mrs. Sue Martin an old and highly respec ted resident ot Faisonta, Miss was sick with stomach trouble for more than six months. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets cured her. She says: "I can now eat anything I want and am the proudest woman in the world to find such a good medi cine." For sale by Jno. W. Simpson, Jasper, Tenn. EBENEZER. Speciul to the .V w, Visiting is the order of the day. Mandy Smith visited her sister Sun day. Mrs. Smith is on the sick list. Ask Mandy Turner who she saw last week. Mandy Turner said Witt Pickett was a handsome man. Frank Adams had a smile on his face Friday. Wonder who he saw. Green McCollum was wheel riding Sunday. BillM cCollum is on the sick list. A certain girl said Dud Peck was the prettiest man she ever saw. Mr. West visited Mr. Mcuoiune Sun day. John Mvers made a nving trip to Jasper Monday. Jim Lane and family made a riving trip to Jasper Monday. The rats and mice have run me such life that I will have to go to Baltimore to buy me a wife. Dud Peck passed here Sunday. Apples are good and peaches are bet ter. If you love me answer my letter. Loving Charm. Sore Nipples. A cure may be effected by applying Chamberlain's Salve as soon as the child is done nursing. Wipe it off with a soft cloth before allowing the child to nurse. Many trained nurses use this salve with the best results Price 25 cents per box. Sold by Jno. W. Simpson, Jasper, Tenn. LOW RATES TO NASHVILLE OVER N C. & ST. L. RY For Thomas Memorial Week and Mu sical Festival. Mav 21st to 2iith, the Nashville, Chattanoogt ISz St. Louis R y will make a BIG REDUCTION in roundtrip rates to NASHVILLE. Tick ets on sale May 21st to 2i;th. inclusive limited to May 2sth. Rate from Se quatchie, l.r.0, Victoria. $1": Whit- well, ."i.00. Similar reductions from other jMiints. All tickets will contain coupon good for admission to anyone entertainment at the Rvman Auditorium during the week. This will be one of the lest Musicals ever held in Nashville, and in addition to the Musical there will le a big Elks Convention, Fireman's Contest, and Grand Industrial Para de. Karl Schmidt' Band will ime down from Louisville. Make your r ranenicnt to i w. W L DAN LEY. it p. A . N. I' A- M. 1.. K'v. Na-hviile. ,VT"Sv??" TOT tx mirT To have a happy home you must have children, as they are great happy-home makers. If a weak woman, you can be made strong enough to bear healthy children, with little pain or discomfoit to yourself, by takings MM 0! ! Worn sivs VHn i ft & v It will case away all your pain, mation, cure leucorrhea ( whites ),h ian trouble, disordered menses, back, etc., and make childbirth nXv.r: :r., At every drug store in ,S!.00 br id WRITS US A LETTER I freely and frankly, ti'llin; us nil n:r troubles. We uill send free advice plain sealed envempe) . Ad Ires-.; La- (lies' AdvisoryDept.,TheChatt,inooh Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Term. J H l P3f TUH For SicK Livers A PURELY VEGETABLE COMPOUND ATTirfI V riTTirP CONSTIPATION, DYSPEP. UUlLKLl LliKCj SIA, MALARIA, CHILLS and VUllLtfsJ ALL LIVER COMPLAINTS. A GUARANTEED CURE for all diseases produced by TORPID LIVER and IMPURE l chased today may save you a CURED OF CHILLS AND FEVER AFTER ALL OTHER MEDICINES FAILED Mrs. W. A. Whitewell, Emory, Tex., writes: "My child had chill and fever for four years. We tried all kinda of medicines, and finally an acquaintance of mine recommended Herbine. We used three bottles, and the child is now com pletely cured. You have my permission to nublish thi testimonial, as I cheer fully recommend Herbine to all mothers having children afflicted as mine." LARGE BOTTLE. 50c BALLARD SHOW ST. LOUIS, SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY FOR SALK I'.V SEQI' A'!' jfjr To obtain Illustrated catalogue of these stoves, write NZS I f on postal card, "send details of ad 020," aien your 1 1 If Dame and address and mail to us. I I FROM GENERATION TO GENERATION If ii September 1RS5, 1 bought from local dealers one of your New 'Enterprise Stove. "Though uel continuously, it i tolnv, after 19 years of hard use, a better cook ing stove than M-ven out of ten in the setthment. "MvdaiiKhter and grand children are cooking on the KllterpIae.' Missionary Valley, Texas. TOM IMPROVED NEW ENTERPRISE STOVES area 6xture In that fnm'lv, a In every family which has once used one. Made of (food. nrt-gtadt- iron, atnnitcly put together. Con venient and attractive points are oven ao r kickers, aide and out side oven shelf, strong; ornamental base i.kirt. nickeled towel rod end coffeepot shelf, and, if desired, capacious wanning closet, or handsome portable copjier reservoir returned inside, or both. If fire-back hiirnsout in less than 15 years, it will be replaced free of charge, prepaid todestination. PHILLIPS $ BUTT0RFF M'F'G CO. IIOUSEFURNISHERS i NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. Worms! s.mmu s . Tl CI tor zu lears 1.23 Lea a 1 rreprd by JAVCS F. D I ' ' FOR SALE DY KQl'A iJrtiva Home IP?. r.ru iv'v . I e :: V . ..;,,. i i a l- Null ciuiili' "T- sun BLOOD. One bottle pur- sick spell tomorrow. GET THE GENUINE LIKIfflT CO. U. S. A. II1K SlMt i CUE WHITE'S CREAM -.".t is mn'.tv. .Wit In (joilitr. . n . ..J!. . 1 '.T'r, n;7fflnsr.:&a..75.r6j.uu3 - i' I Ui Lta H U t!