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ints V v St. Vitus, Dance Are nerve' diseases, and, unless checked, lead to destruction of both mind' and body. The weak, shattered nerves must have something to strengthen and build them back to health. Dr. Miles'. Restorative Nervine is a remarkable nerve tonic and stimulant. It strengthens the nerves, relieves the nervous strain, and influences refresh ing body-building sleep and -rest." Persistent use seldom fails to relieve these afflictions.. 1 was tftkin with epileptic fiU; had eleven In less than 12 hours. My lamer pn lor our wmuy hut ha could do very little for me, and irew worse every any. una ai rasi 1 had three doctor with me, and I -S?ot worse. My father heard of Tills' medicines and bought a VJirvin ind a box of Ncrvo, PllU I had taken only a Vutll I beran to feel better. Mtlwfc. and It cured ma naa ueen worm an I recommend It i may use mm as l(U to the merits r I am enjoy in; nd feci that my tn this wonderful VY WILLIAMS, Jo.' 2. Jwton, Ga. ne is soio oy yur riuarantee that the nent. If It falls, ha noney. Co., Elkhart. Ind of Women. this country are filled ose trials utterly de existence. Ttiey are m:ilo disorders and they , and they are forced to e weary years without days. All such soouia se a few bottles of ANDREW'S WINE OF LIFE ROOT. It plants hope in hopeless hearts, the seeds of joy in joyless minds, whose fruition is the blooms of health on the cheek of the perfect woman, to whom the Ills of her former existence are now the real test of her pleasurable life. Thousands of women all over this land have tent! Bed to the truthfulness of this assertion. TONICS FOR WOMEN. Eellcate women require a tonin. An Iron tonic is (food, but St. Andrew's Wine of Lif" Root is better. While toninff up the system, purifying the blood and restoring exhausted nerves, it regulates liny 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, Teitn. - . ' If you suffer we will send you free a trial course of Jutine Tabs, and Red Hot Salve, which speedily cure every curablo case of RHEUMATISM without deranging the heart or stomach. Rhcumatio Complaints of every kind are complications and growths from one orig inal malady, that is Kidney Disease, such aa Inflammation of the Bladder, Congestion of the Kidneys, Pain or Scalding Bensations, Backache. Diabetes and Brisrht's Disease: i all the above are interwoven with Rheum atism in various forms, Bitch as Uout, Lum bago, Neuralgia and bciatica. Try a 50-Ccstt Box of JUT2NE TABS FREE To the first inquiry in you vicinity. I By this we ao not mean two or thrre days' ' sample we mean what we sr.y that we will Rend vou without cost, bv mail, a I- I'LL I THE.iTMK.NT, just as if you paid for it. I If you desire relief send at once, we take all the risk and ask no pay. It's a gitU I Write tc-duy. HARRIS MEDICINE Csrnlng, - Iowa. KILL-thb COUCH and CURE the LUNGS Vl Dr. King's mm Discovery rCNSUMPTION Price FOR OUGHS and JOLDS' 50c &S1.00 Free Trial. Barest and tiuickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES, or MONEY BACK. Best weekly paper in the I'nited .k rates: The Cuiittanooea Weekly News. I'ore than 10,000 news items in each is f ic. Nothing UkSi it in the whole ooun- '.ry. The Cnattanuoira Weekly News md Thk SKtff AMitx Vaixky Nkws, yi'ar both for 1. Subscribe now Qilf vou have the citation. FR'NTED ENVELOPES .i t Tiittv fi- if at vou l.v trail. .IV. f:- ii t.-i ftir.-mp hfii ti litll r-nirii of our It tt'-r to w v vr ffrth" im tir w ill ii.-urv i if mit liv'ivtl, t it Nmk. mnrv rMi-iiM--liki Ail ortrs la I'iil. ti by ll.il A Nm, Sv IVmi. 1 line Wen' n to-k. MUX A MN, N-qt: Teco. fi; Empire, Ala. Special to the New'. News is scarce at this place. Thin is a nice, quiet little town. We only had one arrest during Christ mas. Ye writer has just been down to see Win. Loach to find out whether Go fetchit brought those white rabbits to his place. He said that he never had seen them. You are mistaken,' "Go fetchit," "Pedro" never owned a white chicken in his life. We think we have yoti sighted. Anyway yon used to be the champion yarn teller at Etna until your good old Democratic friend, Tom Wooten, beat you on the tale of the Kansas frog. We hope you have regained your reputation by this time. Lish Hicks and the Hon. Thomas Knott went to Chattnooga to spend the holidays. It is rumored that W. A. Upton takes charge of the Empire Coal Co. the first of the year, as general mana ger. The company could not have got a better man than Mr. Upton. He is liked by all the men, white and black. Walter Smithera still holds out at Mr. Thomas'. . Walter says he will go until they say stop. Gram Exuni, better known as "Old Pickle," is back to Empire. He ex pects to make this his future home. There was quite an excitement in our little town one day last week. Mr. Johnson, onr clever head carpenter and France Neighbors, better known as the "Frenchman," almost came to blows. The Frenchman asked Mr. Johnson what class he was rated in. The answer came, "Heavy weight." "Bo gad," the Frenchman said, "We are mismatched. I l;elong to the light weight." So the match was drawn off by the Frenchman. The Canahan Lodge, ISo. 257, K. of P., Empire, Ala., held an interesting meeting Thursday night. The officers that were elected were as follows: Chancellor Commander, U. R. Cham lee; Vice Chancellor Commander, D. C. Hays; Prelate, F. M. Watson: Mas ter of Works, W. J. Cowden ; Keeper of Records and Seals and Master of Fi nance, R. A. McFarlan ; Master of Exchequer, M. H. Cowden; Inside Guard, J. H. O'Neal; Outside Guard, U. F. Grnble; Representative to the Grand Lodge, B. B. Walker; Alter nate Representative to Grand Lodge, M. H. Cowden. . Pedro. Looney's Creek. Special to thcNews. Mod is the order of the day. Christmas is over and the new year is here aud everybody is enjoying themselves finely. This Xmas was the quietest one we have had in a long time. Will Eakin called at Brit Thomas' Sunday. Tom Defur called on Miss Lillie Powell Sunday. Brit Thomas and wife were seen go ing to Whitwell Thursday in a buggy. What is going to happen'; Courting and getting married is the order of the day. Green Holloway was seen going af ter his bride Sunday. Wish them a long and happy life. W. H. Powell still likes his coffee. Ask Miss Cora Thomas when was the last time she got a letter from her fel low. John Holloway still hangs his hat on Brit Thomas' hat rack. Lum Thomas still goes to the dances. News is scarce and I will ring off. Mind Reader. Cured of Lung Trouble. "It is now eleven years since Iliad a narrow escape trom consumption, writes U. O. i lovtl, a leading business man of Kershaw, 8. C. "I had run down in weight to pounds, and roughing was constant, both by tlay and by night, iiually 1 began taking Dr. King's New Discovery, and con tinued this for about six months, when my cough and lung tronbli were en tirely gone ami I was restored to niv normal weight, 170 pounds. " Thou sands of persons are healed every year. Guaranteed at CnrtN & Coppinger's. .-)0c and 1.01 1. Trial bottlo free. Walden's Ridge. Sfccui to the .Yews. Visiting and cold weather seems to be the order of the day. Miss Letinis Edwards, Miss Loin a StubblohVhl, and Mrs. Guess visited Mrs. Jerome Coffelt Wednesday even ing. I enioved the. letter from old Cliftv very much. Mr. and Mrs. Jerome (.Welt and family spent Xmas with Mr. and Mrs. Lum ('olTelt. They had a real nice time. Come on. ye writers. I like to read your letter.-. Will rinir 'f by asking a ridi'le: Mice gre. n. living and growing: now dead, red and sinking. X. FilOM THE ANTILLES. Chamberlain's Cough Fmciy Benefits a City Councilman at Kingston, Jamaica. Mr. W. ) K. illy I'. garty. who U member of the City Council at Kings ton. Jaunii a. Yft Indies, writes hk follows: "One little of ChainlT 1. tin's " .ti " i lleintily had good ettit t on a coni;h that w.ts giving me trouble ml I think I should h:tve b"-n more quickly r rene'dy. quick ii: doubt a:; i another i Si;ii -on. U .d if 1 bad continued the Ti ;.t it wa iK-neMeial ..lid !' lit VP,:,' tne there i- ln :t i- I:".- ll:tT,ti..n Ion).!., in -:l-." 'T r file bv Jn... ,Y. OH jntiers for -ile at this other. TATESVILLE. Special to the News. The past week has been remarkable for fine weather. The Ross brothers, J. C. and Henry, were in town walking without legs or hands. This ltxkn impossible but nev ertheless it is true. Z. F. Abernathy has quit his job at Tracy City and is back with home folks here. J. M. Ross and son, J. C. , who have been opening some coal mines here for the Werner Bros., at Tracy City, have struck a squeeze in the mines. They had II).,' feet of coal but it has run down in the squeeze to about two feet. Albeit Barnes wits in town today and said ho was going to haul lumber to Coalmont if his wagon went to the axle. He Raid he conldn't stay here until they hauled it. Had to get through with it and get out. Alden Pickett, from Dans, was here last week and took his brother's little daughter back with him. Uncle Rns Brown was in town from Peak mountain. He has leen suffer ing considerably for some five or six weeks with a carbuncle. James Pickett, a son of Jessie Pick ett, got married last week to a girl at Pikeville. No one here knew it until he telephoned to his brother to meet him at Coalmont. He left here a few days before, seeking a job at Dunlap. E. J. Carpenter was in town on bus iness. N. B. Blalock was in town riding in Dr. Pegg's automobile. ftnnn Williams, trom duty, was here this week on business. George Ross was in town after, the staff of life, and got left as the pres ent supply had given out. J. K. L,yles passeil through town on business, driving a yoke of oxen. Isaac Turner, of this place, moved to Whitwell to work in the mines. Henry Ross, from Banner, Wise, Co, Va., who has been gone about five years, is visiting his father, J. M, Ross, here. James Reed was in town and said his sister, Mrs. Wiley Melton, was on the sick list and was bedfast. Watchman, Tracy. Special to the News. Bad weather is the order of the day Uncle William Hargis is on the sick list. Miss Nell Cowdell visited Lillie Layn8 Friday. We are having plenty of weddings out here. Misses Maude Brown and Alice Lockhart visited Sallie Nunley Fri day. Dom Geary is still stepping to Mr. Vanhooser's. Tom Smith is still hanging his hat at Mr. Nunley's. Some one thinks Miss Maude Brown is pretty. , Mrs. Maggie Woton and sister, Suck- ie Fnlts, visited friends and relatives here. Hope they will come again. Miss Rosat is on the sick list. Miss Lillie Layne got a pretty Xmas present. 1 know she was pleased. Miss Ella Vanhooser made a flying trip to town today. John Dykes has a present. 1 am sure he will Vie pleased. Miss Lora E. Smith has gone home from Tracy where she has been teach ing school. A certain boy thinks Miss Lillie Layne is sure good looking. Misses Maude Browne, Ella Van hooser and Lillie Layno visited Lizzie Nunley Sunday. Miss Millie Nunlev visited Mary Browne today. Ask John Dykes how he likes a cer tain girl and watch him smile. Ask Miss Ethel Lankford when she is going to get married and seo her smile. Pink. COAL CITY. Special to the A'ews. As I have not seen anything in the paper for the past few weeks from this place, I thought I would drop a few lines. Warm weather is the order of the day. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Bostaiu called on Mr. and Mrs. Mart Prince Sunday. Mrs. Hartline called on Mrs. Smed ley Sunday. J. J. Trince and sons called on John Holland Sunday. G. J. Prince and Boss Snttles were having Christmas Sunday. Wm. Prince caught a big catamount the other day, and everybody in town went to see the hide Sunday. B. L. Wise Counsel From the South. "I want to give some valuable ad vice to those who suffer with lamp back and kidney trouble," says J. H. Itlaukeiiship, of Beck, Teitn. "I have proved to an absolute certainty that Electric Bitters will positively cure this distressing condition. Tl - lirst liottle gave me great relief and aftt r taking a few more bottles. I was com pletely cured: o completely that it be come a pleasure to recommend this great remedy." Sold under guarantee at Curtis iV- Cot pi tiger's. Price 5oc. WANTED-C.oon MEN in eacl) county to r"iTosetit and advertise co operative de artmeut. put out samples, etc. old established hmincss hoii-e. Cash Salary f'.'t.no weekly, expense inotiev advanced : permanent position. O.'.r R.-ferenee Bankers National Bank of Chu ago. Capital i.ooo.iH"!. Adorens Manager. THE Col.r.MBlA Hol SE. Chicago, m D..,v No. 1. !ikJ, reliable agent nuJ for this paper. Tracy City. Speiial to the Xeius, Fine weather ig th order of the day. John Bandy is leaving for Needmore, Ala. Hoe he will have great mtccess. Coal digging is fine at Tracy City now. . On the third day of January, after shooting time in the evening. Burl Sanders. Birdeye Alton and Ike Ker sey sent Ed Fuget ont in a hurry to make a cartridge and in place of mak ing it on a tick he nmde it on a powder can and then came running with it, but could hardly get the car tridge in the room neck. Gus Hargis is walking the streets in Tracy City now. I guess he feels like he is at homo once more. If you want to see Burl Sanders Smile just ask him where he was when ho saw Minnie Cope last. Jim Gilliam left yesterday for Coal mont where he expects to make his fu ture homo. He is going to tiuit board ing and get married. Boys, tell old Brother Do I would like to meet him again in Alabama. We would have a big time. I would like to hear from all the boys at Etna as I have soma good friends there. Little Sam Lawson go badly burned a few days ago. He is some better now. Mrs. Dan Conry is visiting in Pel- ham this week. Birdeye Alton and Miss Bessie" Pat- ton were seen walking our street Sun day afternoon. Jura, Owens has been visiting near Hillsboro. ihose two old maids of Iracy were sadly disappointed. They were ex pecting that pound of candy to sweeten them up, as old maids are sour critters anyway. Mrs. E. C. Patton celebrated her fif ty-eighth birthday Thursday. She gave a grand supper and the table just fairly groaned with the good things on it and she was getting around like a sixteen year . old girl. I 'believe she wants to marry again. Mrs. Hall and her daughter. Mrs. Burl Sanders, were visiting her fath er, Mr. Jim Hargis, who is very sick. Dade and Mollie Moran were grin ning Sunday evening. They had a beau. If you want to see googoo eyes take a peep at them. Mrs. Shutters is on the sick list this week. Mr. Owens has bought a sorry cow but is building a fine barn for her. Granual Goin was in town the first of the year. He heard the whistle blowing the old year out and the new year in and he thought it was a lire somewhere and ran all the way from Monteagle. I hearu that when John (joiston was doing that barbering at Whitwell he used Bill Coggins for a boot-black. The Buffalo folks took possession of the hand-car this afternoon. They were riding up and down the Reid Hill line. Daisy. ROOPE. Special to the Mews. Well. Mr. Editor, here I come again. I have had a terrible trip today. I started to the drum to Sunday school this morning, met a friend going to Kelly's Ferry after a yearling and he asked me to go with him and I went. Got to Mr. Newsome's pretty close to ten o'clock; one way or the other. Staved there awhile and then started down tne road home. Got down to Mr. Anderson's and thought I would stop and light my pipe as I hadn't any match and so I just stopped and they had just got through eating dinner and they asked me if I had been to dinner, and of ennrso I told them no, and they fixed my dinner and I ate and then started on down the road home. And I stopped and saw Aunt Sallie Powers mid then got in the wagon with Bill White and came down to McNabb Mines and my brother put me across the river. I got home just in time for supper. Allen Pvbtirn and Ilarrv Ransom visited home folks today. Lizzie Newsome who has been visit ing her brother has returned home. Wes Hicks has gone to W hitwell to work. B. Sexton went to South Pittsburg Saturday. J. C roster went to coal City one dav last week. Lonelv Bov. Red Hill. Special to the Xci's. nr. laiitor, i will (iron a lew ltms from here. I don't think my writin takes any effect en the girls. They still won't answer letters from ye wii- ter. Poor me ! It' a pity how they do me. "Uncle (lid. " if you can make the girls pitv me a little I wish vou would do so. I think I will leave this place and get liie a pretty little girl to roll my dough and put the coffee in my teacup. As far as sparking I'm a sparker from the Red Hill settlement. I haven't become a sparker lately, but I've been one ever since I hit tho mud on old P.ed Hill. Of course the girls treat me so cruel at this place that I can't stay here so I will go away. That one down the road fixed me, t.si. Lillie Martin looked s e; t Sunday. The other day a young man aiJ. "Is there any girl you really love!" I said "I like them "all." Sparker. NQTICE. at .Ispi r on MouJav of AH pirt'es di siring den pl"w call ti Uuhes N. II. MUOCB. 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TOM F1EU). IMPROVED HEW ENTERPRISE STOVES are a fixture In that family, as In every family which has onct! used one. Made of good, first-grade iron, strongly put together. Con venient and attractive points are oven aocr kickers, side and out side oven shelf, strong ornamental base skirt, nickeled towel rod and coffeepot shelf, and, if desired, capacious wanning closet, or handsome portable copper reservoir returned inside, or both. If fire-back bums out in less than 15 years, it will be replaced free of charge, prepaid to destination. PHILLIPS BUTT0RFF M'FGCO. HOUSEFURNISHERS NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. Sequachee ; a i oi aequaieiue nave r with water service equal to trom Cumberland Mountain from spi J hree rail's of pipe are now lani. THOMAS Notary Certificate of Appointment filed in U S. Pension Offices.. Corrc-iioiiderii-e solicited from persons doiriiiij to uiliax- land for residence or fanning purposes. Titifs carefulh examined. SEQUACHEE, TENN. 4,000,000 TENNESSEE WHOLESALE NURSERIES. 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