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Every nerve is a live wire connecting some part of the lody with the brain. They are so numerous that if you pene trate the skin with the point of a needle you will touch a nerve and receive a shock pain it is called. Aches and pains come from a pressure, strain or in jury to a nerve ; the more prom inent the nerve the greater the pain. When the pain comes from a large nerve it is called Neuralgia whether it be the facial nerves, or the heart, stomach, sciatic or other prominent nerve branch. To stop pain, then, you must relieve the strain or pressure upon the nerves. J?r, Miles' Anti-Pain Pills do "this. "I Buffered Intense pain, caused by neuralgia. I doctored and used vari ous medicines without getting relief until I besan taking Dr. Miles' Antl-Faln rills. They did me more good than all the medicines I ever used. They never fall to cure my headaches, and their use never leaves ttny bad after-effects." MR9. WM. BECKMAN. 957 W. 4th St., Erie. Pa. Dr. Miles' Antl-Paln Pills are sold by your druggict, who will guarantee that fie first pickaga will benefit. If It falls, he will return your money. 23 doses, 25 cents. Never sold In bulk. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind Tiie Trials of Women. The homes of this country are filled with women whose trials utterly de stroy the joys of existence. They are the victims ot female disorders and they do not (jet relief, and they are forced to drfj through the weary years without cba hope of hotter days. All such should be advised to use a few bottles of ST. ANDREW'S WINE OF LIFE ROOT. Is plants hope in hopeless hearts, the eaeds of .joy in joyless minds, whose -fruition is thfj blooms of health on the cheek of the perfect woman, to whom the ills of ber former existence are now the real rost ot her pleasurable life. Thousands ot women all ovor this land have testified to the truthfulness of this assertion. TONICS FOR WOMEN. Delicate women require a tonic. An iron tonic is (rood, but St Andrew's Wine of Life Root is better. While toning up tho system, purifying the blood and restoring exhausted nerves, tfr regulates any derangements, and etren'uens woman in the most sensi- tive-frfrrt of her organism. Price 81.00 per bottle. Ask your druggist for it. Made only by ANDREWS MFQ, CO., Bristol, Tenn. !' you snffer we will send you free a trial course of Jntlne Tab3, nnd Itcd Hot Salve, which speedily cure every curable case of ilWi without deranging the heart or stomach. Kiieu:natio Complaints of every kind are complications and growths from one oris iaol malady, that Is Kidney Disease, such as Inflammation of the lilaclilor, Congestion of fie Kidneys, Pain or Scalding Sensations, Uaokachj, Diabetes and Bright'it J.'iseasej n'.i the above are interwoven with lihctu:i ntlsnt in various forma, such as Clout, Lum L.iiro, Neuralgia and Sciatica. Toy a 5Q-Gsn Sox JUTME TABS FREE To the first inquiry iu you vicinity. j By this we no not mem two or threo days' OJinpjti wo mean wuul tu-y we IJ will send yon witiiout tost, by mail, a FUL.I JllSt IUI 11 y()U JIUIU till It. If you desire relief send at once, we take nil (lie risk und aai no pay. It's a gift. Write to-day. Harris Mmmi CO., Coming, - - Iowa. a AMD CURS the LUNGS WITH ling s New Discovery rONSUNIPTION Price 0UGH3 and 50c & $1.00 Fret Trial. OLDS Sorest and Quickest Cur for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES, or MONEY BACK. Best weekly paper in the United States: The Chattanooga Weekly News, More than 10,000 news items in each ! nue. Nothing like it in the whole eoun trr. Tbo Cbattanooea Weekly News and Thk Skquachkk Vam.ky News, one year both for $1. Subscribe now w bjle you have the chance. naisTrs ruurl ABCC We will l.nnl you V nin l tit tn i tLwr t , nilll ..uirw, f t IM envelop" I'V l.orCi itet for air: if I wot jrou by mail. . cn-n rromMnj in -l.r. ailver or nurnio. Whv I S"r fur llie mi ,rintei envelop wh. u no hole more illennre return of your letter K von if uii't"liverel. Ant it looV mori' bti-'nt -lik". too.. AllnnlKM lo.tmntlv tilled by Hill 1 Son. S.iifhi, Tfnn, ct n;tl tattonrr" A full lino keut in stock, at lowest r ica. 11 ILL A t Squchee, Tenn Tatesville. Si ftinl t I lie Ti'tws. The 14th was ground hojr day the wnv I l.i-.vo the hUtory and I have ev ery thing in bos histtory. Ho saw his shadow on the 14th ami he retnrno.1 to his hole to stay fix weeks more, so we are due six weeks more of cold and bad weather. How did it happen that the 14th of February is called ground hog day? It has been told to me that a fellow had a ret hog and it would always come out on the 14th and if it did not see its shadow it would stay out and the weather would Ixt warm, Vut if it saw its shadow it would go back iu its hole and stay six weeks and the wentlier would be bad. This is the history as I have it as to how came tho day named ground hog day, so you have the valuable history for all It is worth. 1 ami several omeis ere out on the day and I don't know what effect it wid have on the weather. I think the eorreHionilent at Moun tain View, Dunlap, is a little oil almut having plenty of the start: of life. If I am not mistaken there is none' kept in stock long the view. The correspond ent might get some at Dunlap. I am not posted as to the Dunlap prices. I have ranged a im!e a:ong tne view am am a little posted. Mr. and Mrs. C,'ool from fcourwoou, are visiting H. Overturf. Mrs. J. Li. White visiteu at J. ri. Overturf h. Mrs. Albert Barnes, who has been on the sick list, is improving. J. C. Ross, Albert Barnes and J. Li. White went to Coalmont. Z. F. Abernathv went to Tracy City on business G. R. Barker vi sited his son, J. ri. Barker, near Sequacbee City. E. F. Overturf, irom near coaimont, was in town. L. R. Lvles was here on business. John Brown called at Pete Sampley's to learn to be a star root di carer. Mrs. Yank Hamilton visited John Cheeks. A certain girl was in town and said she would get a big ring and tomorrow was going to slip off for Tracy City. T,ooknnt. for tho weddniff be Is. R. L. Brown was in town and said he was out of fuel. John Salone got lost and walked for ty miles trvina to get to Dunlap and when he found out where tie was ne was as near Dunlap as when he start ed. G. C. Savage was here from where it once was Gaae. I don't know where he was from as Uncle Sam has moved the postoifice. Misses Angle and caiiie.itoss were here having some teeth extracted at the Pennvroval Specialist's oflice. Janie Layne was here and said bis mother was not well. Will Stepp, from near Tracy City, was here and purchased some land from H. and J. a. Uverturr ana is going to make his future home with us. Glad to have you, Will. Watchman. I -m.. Roope, Siicial to the News. Fretty weather is tne oraer or tne day- .... . Mrs. Mallard ana fctnei JNeison on the hunt of salad this week. are Misses Fanny and Ada Thomas called on Miss Alice Brumley Sunday. Misses Ada and Fannie Thomas call ed on Miss Ethel Nelson Sunday. Ask Jack Smith if he smiled when he got that letter. Johnny Dattron looked sweet Sun day. I guess he saw his best gni The company mules got out Sunday and you never saw as much running as Sam IhornaM did. Ed Sexton gave the young folks party Saturday night. All enjoyed themselves. Come on, "Mp, of Pittsburg, Ga, and tell us about Quince Hamilton eetting married. Come again, ".Lonely uoy, u your hngers are not sore. Mrs. Mary Morgan called on her mother Saturday and Sunday. Rufus Morgan spent Saturday nnd and Sunday in Chattanooga. One of the new Atpontiey men says a man is no man at all who can t dig ten cars a day out ot these mines, guess he found a soft snap. Mrs. Jiillen iNelson called on her sis tcr. Mrs. Ford Sunday. A certain fellow here was fueling his dram Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Mallard and .Mrs. JNeron an setting hens. 1 guess they are "2 wine'" to have some fryers. Alfred Echoes spent Saturday night with Ed Nelson. Ed Nelson spent Sunday night with his uncle and aunt. Apk Charlie Ford and John Mallard and Box McNabb how they enjoyed themselves Sunday and watch them smile. We heard that J. u. L.,' of Bir mingham, is coming to Roope. Come on, your best girl is still waiting for ljove me iiere, love me long, Love me when I'm dead and gone. Ponto's Sister. Doran's Cove. Special to the Ntivs. Frank Steward, of Copenhagen, visit ed J. L. Smith and attended the box supper Saturday night. There were plenty of boys and they had a jolly good time. Kibb Reaves looked sad. I guess it was liecause Miss Annie Bell Potts was not there. If you want to see Misses Minnie Thomason, and Maud Mathews smile just ask them who liought their boxes. If you want to seo Miss Gertrude Thomason tmile just ak who want ed to be her partner at the box supper. Joseph Potts' son-in law and family, Mr. und Mr. Alftc Steei, visited them last week. W. M. Coojer. and wife, of Bridge port, visited Mis Ida Raulston Snn dav. Miss Annie Bell Pott is sick. Charlie Walker was in Bridgeport Saturday. Martin Cross was in the cove Satur day. L. T. Lee, who has Inn-n on the sick list for Mine time, is improving. J.u k Thomas lix ke'1 kh I at the box snpper. I icuesn it was Iwci.nsrt Miss Slary wasn't there. Ile.l Bird. OM papers for sale at this oftice. ls It Your Own Hair? Do you pin your hat to your own hair? Can't do it? Haven't enough hair? It must be you do not know Ayer's Hair Vigor! Here's an intro duction ! May the acquaint ance. result in a heavy growth of rich, thick, glossy hair! Use this splendid hair-food, stop your falling hairand get rid of your dandruff. Tho best kind of a testimonial-- "Sold for ovor sixty years.'' Jk aucojyj.o. Ayer Co., I owa, J-. fM Aiuo snanufhoturei 'fhjersB SAPAriLLA. I.S. CHEKkV FEC'OEAL. Happy Hollow. Special to the News. Plowing seems to be the order of the day. Mrs. Mary Ross, of Whitwell, visit ed relatives here last week. There will be preaching at Union Grove the fourth Saturday night and Sunday in February. Mioses Minnie Ragsdale and Ger trude Webb called on Pearl Lewis Fri day night of last week. Tomiuie Moore, of Victoria, must be struck on some girl at Union Grove. He attends church regularly. Misses Mary Ragsdale and Peail Lewis called at the post office Wednes day and looked pleased. miss ijassie rrigmore caiieu to see Miss Gretrude Webb Saturday. Miss Janie Ross is on the sick list this week. Hope she will soon recov er. Dave Bryant called on Miss Pearl Lewis Sunday. Miss Minnie Ragsdale looked like rose Sunday. Listen for the wedding bells to ring in Happy Hollow, f Miss Josie Ross looked like a sweet apple Sunday. If you want to see Sherman Ross smile just name that brown-eyed girl. If you want to see Miss Maud Friend smile Just name H. A. Dee Ross has stopped working at Whitwell and is going to farming. Roses are red and violets blue, Sugar is sweet but not you. Old Man. ROOPE. Special to the News. Ye writer had a most enjoyable day Sunday. Went from Kelly's Ferry to the lock and danum an excursion boat. There were about a hundred people on the boat. I was disappointed when I got to Guild as I was wanting to see some mends but failed to see them, Mrs. Nettie Murphy and Mrs. Bertha Doyle visited relatives in Murphey's Hollow Saturday nignt and Sunday. Kelly Hartman went to Chattnooga Saturday. A certain fellow from Kelly's Ferry said he would like to call at Mr. Park er's every Sunday. i Misses Fannie Thomas and Ethel Nelson callefl at the postofflce Satur day. Henry Pennington was at Mr. Ran some's Sunday. ' Misses Emma Troxal and Annie White seemed lonesome Sunday. I guess they were thinking about that little fellow away out in the territory. Nettie Murphey spent Thursday nierht with Gerald Sexton. Ed Houts was on the mountain Sat urday. Misses Willie and Jessie Foster, of McNabb Mines, have returned from a three week's visit to their sister. Several of the railroad boys were on the mountain Saturday night. Miss Ethel McNabb looked pleased with that little white-headed fellow Sunday. Miss Phsmia Newsom looked sweet Sunday. Come again, Gates' Island corres pondent. I like to hear from that iart of the valley.I used to visit there occasional ly when I was young. S. E. Brumley and Harry Ransom were out mule huntinz Sunday. ' We are glad our Sunday school has started ngain. Everybody come and we will have a good Sunday school. Though the lapse of years may change Cherished friendship to deceit. After all within its range I'm your friend where'er we meet. Sweet Potato. Red Hill. ( Serial tn the AV.vr. Miss Ida White entertained a duiu- her of her friends Saturday night, Feb. Hi. Those present were Misses Electa and Alva Andes, Lillie Griffith, Min uie and Masirie Brown, Lillie Gil breath, Jennio Bishop, Callie and Flo ra Price, Nannie Shirley, Florence Slatton and Messrs. Cbarlin O'Neal, Arthur O'Neal, Erby O'NeaL Brown and Thomps Andes, "Cowan Jones, Wil lie Bureess. Hush Griffith, Forest Griffith. Howard Griffith. Walter Oil breath, Lee Smith, Claude and lliarles Shirley, Chas. Teagne, Robbie White, Albert Price. All present report good time. A liquid cold relief with a laxative principle which drives ont the odd thmuh a copious action of thebowela. au.l a healing principle which lingers in the tlmut and stops the cough that is Kenniv:y's Laxative Cough byrnp. Sat and sure in its action: pleasant to tr.ko: j.iid conforms to National Pore Fi 1 and Drug Law. Contains no ooi at.. Sol 1 by J. W. Simpson, Jaier ieim. ADGER, AlA. AyWu to the N-ws. Ruin and mud is the order of the day. The Suinpter Hall got burned down Friday, Feb. 8. It was sui posed to have canght from the stove as m1.oo1 is held there. There will be a box supper at North Johns for the purpose of making up money to build a new church at that place. W. S. James, of bitesiue, has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Dag- nnn. Also John and Charlie James, of Searles. He has returned home af ter a three weeks' stav. Joe Madison, Jr., of Adgcr, was married to Miss Sallie Harmon, of Pell City, Wednesday. They will make their future home Rt Yohmde. Saturday was payday hero. Every thing passed off quietly. There is a lot ot sickness here. Some families have as many as fenr in bed at one time. It is most all la grippe and pneumonia. Mr. Gartman has a very sick baby. John Diignan has had a very sick lit tle boy, but he is a little better now. Jack Parson says he loves oranges very much. Ye writer thinks the governor will have to appoint a new notary public as Mr. Thorp has gone hog wild over his meat marKet. 1 think be will move his law oflice in the market right away. I Misses Alice Dagnan and JNeine Griffith, of Simpter, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Damiau. Otta Keoles trot very, painfully but not seriously hurt in the mines a few days ago. Bio. Hurt preached a very able ser mon at the Methodist chnrch. flirs. nianuy JVicwann is very low at this writing. x Charlie Garwicfc, who has been working in the check oflice at Wills, is at home sick in bed with la grippe. Also his mother and two children. Crabapple. Sayre, Ala., Special to the News. The sun is shining brightly to day. We know not what tomorrow. W. S. Jones, of Whiteside, Tenn. has been visiting his sons, John and Charlie Jones. - Born to Mr. and Mrs. Jess Keirt, a boy. Mrs. Lonnie Jones and little daugh ter, are visiting friends and relatives at this place. John F. Dagnan and Alfred Thorp made a flying trip here on business John Jons has got out of t le notion of getting license or clothes. He has decided to get a pair of overalls to hide the holes in his pants. Joe Boss, of Anger, is here. 1 sup pose to get work. Arthur Jones has decided robins are as good as quail, as he makes two trips a day over the river. C. W. Jones is in Birmingham. He went that far with his father and will return today. The girls got struck on Van Cross.at a party across the river. - If you want to see Josie Milligan smile ask her who took her home Sun-1 day night, t Joe Boss has gone home to move and will brinir his familv Similar. Neglected Colda Threaten Life. (From the Chicago Tribune.) "Don't trifle with a cold,' is good advice for prmient men and women. It may be vital in the cae of a child, Proper food, good ventilation, and dry, warm clothing are the proper safe guards against c'olds. If thev ere maintained through the changeable weather or autumn, winter and spring, the chances of a surprise from ordina ry colds will be slight. But the ordin ary light cold will be severe if neglect ed, and a wen established rme comi im i to the germs of diphtheria what honey s to the bee. The greatest menace to child life at this season of the year is the neglected com. whether it is a child or adult, the cold slight or se vere, the very best treatment that can be adopted is to give cnainhrlain s Cough Remedy. It is safe and sure. The great popularity and immense sale of this preparation has been attained by it remarkable cures of this ailment. A cold never results in pneumonia when it is given. For sale bv Jno. W. Simpson. Shortage of Children. The cry has receiuy been raised in Baltimore that the new child labor law makes it impossible for some of the factories to operate successfully be cause of the number of children taken ont of t'jeir employ and sent to school. Mr. Schonfurber says the truth is that factories are always short of child la bor merely because it is cheap labor. "Their cry or. shortage is purely a question of economy with them. They could get all the men they want at from a dollar and a quarter to two dol lars a day to do the carrying out and cleaning up, but they want bovs be cause lmys are cheap, and if they can not get boys they want girls or women who are forced to work for what they can get." National Child Labor Com- ! mittee in Woman's Home Companion for March. Willie wailed and Winnie wheezed. while wintry winds whined weirdly. Willie wriggled while Winnie wheez ed wretchedly. Wisdom whispers. winter winds work wheezes. Where fore we write, "Lse Kennedy's Laxa tive uongn iyrnp. isotning is so good. Sold by J. W . Simpson, Jasper, Tenn. "All grades of Hay, Corn, Oats, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal and Hulls at lowest wholesale rrices. Let ns hear from you." CHATT ANO X A FEED CO, CASTOR I A For Infanta and Children. The Rind Ycu Hare Always Bought Bears the ofCT? Signature AV'egctable PreparationTor As similating iheFood andRegula tiiig the Stomachs and Dowels of Promotes Digestion.Cheerful npss and RestContains neither Opium.Morphine nor Mineral. yOT NARCOTIC. flmtptiH Seal' Mx Smiut RketlSmUf JnueS tapennutt - . Hi CeriwlHtlrSett HirmSefd- jtmUtynm ftanr. Aperfecl Remedy forConstipa Ron, Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea Worms .Convulsions .r'everish ness and Loss of Sleep. Facsimile Signniure of j NEW YORK. 1 EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER. J To obtain illustrated catalogue of thete itOTM, writ en postal card, "send details of ad 620," sign, your name and address and mail to us. FROM TO GENERATION Min September. 1SS3, 1 bought from local dealers one of your New Enterprise Stoves. ' "Though uscil coiitiiiitoinlv. It is to-day, after 19 years of hard use, a better cooking stove than seven out of ten in the settlement. "Mf daughter and Brand children are cooking on the Knterprise." Missionary Valley, Texas. TOM FIU. IMPROVED NEW re a fixture in that familv, ns in every family which hns once used one. Madeof sood, firs't-jrrade iron, stronely put toKether. Con venient and attractive points are oven doer kickers, side and out sid oven shelf, strong ornamental base Fkirt, nickeled towel rod and coffeepot shelf, and, if desired, capacious warming closet, or handsome portable copper reservoir retiiuud inside, or both. If fire-back burns out 1:1 less than 13 years, it will be replaced free of charge, prepaid to destination. PHILLIPS $ BUTTORFF M F G CO. HOUSEFURNlSIiERS NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE Sequachee Water Works. RESIDENTS of Sequatchie have. all the privileges in connection with with water service equal to any tirct-elass citv. The supply is tak en trom Cumberland Mountain from springs 350 feet in elevation. Three miles of pipe are now laid. THOMAS H. HILL, Notary Public Certificate of Appointment filed in U S. Pension Offices.. Correspondence solicited from persons desiring to purchase land for residence or farming purposes. Titles carefully examined. SEQUACHEF.TENN 4,000,000 Peach Trees TENNESSEE WHOLESALE NURSERIES. June Budi a Specialty. No agents travel! but fll direct to pUnttrs t wbolple price. Atisulute iy free from dispase nd tru to nnrriP. Writo for catalojrno and prices before placin your order elsewhPrH. We Kuarantee our stock to trm to name Largest peach nursery In tbo world. AiMrm. J. C. Hale, Wincheste r, Tenn. ' UVEJ letter Head nn1 Note 1 1 fads '.n elope,Ctrcular, Statement. t'ri label, tickeu,&c For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears tho Signature of Thirty Years TMC RfNTAUR COMPANY. N AM j For Over GENERATION Everything in the best Krade if Job Prinitnjr can be aecured from the job printing establishment, conduct ed by Mill A Son, Squeb-e, Tfnn Nt d accu rate work, prompt delivery ,f orderi. tot-thi-r with moderate charRet U their business schemn Trv iv,.," a sV U B I 3 H MHtX & M VJ Vatf.