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Heart Weakness The action of the heart de pends upon the heart nerves and muscles. When from any cause they become weak or ex hausted, and fail to furnish sufficient power, the heart flut ters, palpitates, skips beats; and in its effort to keep up its work, causes pain and distress, such as smothering spells, short breath, fainting, pain around heart, arm and shoul ders. The circulation 15 im peded, and the entire system, suffers from lack of nourish ment. Dr. Miles' Heart Cure makes a heart strong and vigorous by strengthening these nerves and muscles. "I had palpltntlon and pain around my heart, and tho doctors said it was Incurable. I don't believe it now. for after taking six bottlea of Dr. Miles' Heart Cure, three bottles of the Nervine and three boxes of the Nerva and Liver Pills I am entirely cured, and feel better than I have for five years, and it is all due to these remedies. I want you to know that your medicines cured me. It relieved me from the first dose, and I kept right on till the pain In my chest was gone, and I kept on feeling better even after I quit taking It." JOHN II. SHERMAN, BeMing, Mich. Dr. Miles' Heart Cure Is sold by your druggist, who will guarantee that the first bottle will benefit. If it fall he will refund your money. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind The Trials of Women. The homes of thin country are filled with women wboso trials uUerlyde stroy the joys of existHnce. Tbey are tbe victims of fomale disorders and tbey do not get relief, and they are forced to drag through tbe weary years without the hope of hotter 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 Beods of joy in joyless minds, whoso fruition is the blooms of health on the cheek of tho perfect woman, to whom the ilia of her former existence are now the real zest of ber pleasurable life. Thousands of women all over this land have testified to the truthfulnessof this assertion. TONICS FOR WOMEN; Delicate women require a tonic. An iron tonio is good, but St. Andrew's Wine ot Life Root is better. While toning up the system, purifying the blood and restoring exhaustod nerves, it regulates any derangements, and strengthens woman in the most sensi tive part of her organism. ..... Price Hmop per bottle. Ask your druggist for it. Made only by ANDREWS MFG, CO., Bristol, Tonn. If von suffer we will send you free a trial course of Jutine Tabs, and Bed Hot Salve, which speedily cure every curable case of HHEUiVJATISEV! without deranging the heart or stomach. Rheumatic Complaints of every kind are complications and growths from one orig inal malady, that is Kidney Disease, such as Inflammation of the Bladder, Congestion of tlie Kidneys, Pain or Scalding Sensations, Backache, Diabetes and Bright's Disease; all the above are interwoven with Rheum atism in various forms, such as Gout, Lum bago, Neuralgia and Sciatica. Try a 50-Ccnt Box of JUTINE TABS FREE To the first inquiry in you vicinity. By this we ao not mean two or three days' 1 sample we mean what we sr.; that we 1 : 1 1 .. .1 .. . ... Uw 1 y -T r will Y"u wi.uuui web, ujr malt, n . . . TKEATSl ENT, just as if you paid for it. If you desire relief send at once, we take all tho risk and ask no pay. It's a gift. Write to-day. 1 us!3i ismiftus r.n IKIllilW IKkHIOIItk WWII I Corning, - Iowa. KILL "he COUGH 3 AND CURE THE LUNGS Dr. King's WITH New Discovery rONSUMPTION Priet OUGHS ant 60c & $1.00 Fret Trial. OLDS Surest an4 Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNO TROUB LES, or MONEY RACE. Best weekly paper in the United States: The Chattanooga Weekly News. More than 10,000 news items in each Is sue. Nothing like it in the whole coun try. Tbe Chattanooga Weekly News and Thk Sko.uaciif.is vallkt xskws, one vear both for 91. Subscribe now while you bare tbe chance. PRINTED ENVELOPES "K. on 100 ravelnpM (&. W orlM fuel for if to (out rou hy mail. .V, cash srcomiwnying order, silver or stamp. Whv par "C foreh un 1. iqUxI envelop when so little more will empire Vie return rf ir letter to you if unnVliverml. Ami it l.l more bminw-like, too. All orders n :.mitl tilled by Hill Jt Son. Seijnachee, Tenn. A full line kept IB atocK. at lowesi t-ices. IHLLJfc SON, Sequactaee, Tenn, E TATESVILLE. Sfecial to the Ntws. Homebody has a little secret railroad news. Everytime there is a little rus tling of the leaves some capitalist makes his appearance to slick some itfnoranious out. of some coal land. There are some here now from Michi gan, hunting for real estate for sale. A, hundred years from today many a poor man who now could own a home will be homeless, fur the reason that land is fast going into the hands of the capitalist. This means at the present rate common people of moderate means, and the time is not far away, will be drawers of water and hewers of wood. Esau made a bad bargain when he sold his birthright for a mess of pottage. Judas made another when he sold the Saviour for thirty nieces of silver. Ananias and- Sapphire made a bad sale when they sold their farm and told Peter a lie about it and Jesus tells ns the capitalists are making an awful bad bargain when he said, "If a man gain the whole world and loose his own soul what shall he give in exchange. Gain is going to land somebody in hell. ' tr Mrs. Tom Caglo is dangerously ill and is not expected to live. Dr. Gat tis, from Coalmont, made a trip to see her this week. Mrs. R. L. . Brown and her mother are very low.. Mrs. James Reed and son were here shopping. Joe Layne was in town on business. Callie Ross, from near Gruetli, was here shopping. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Ramsay, Whitwell. viBited James Ross. from The Lockhart irirls were in town from Peak mountain. The Barker girls called at tho post- ofiice this week. Janie Layne was hero this week. Mrs. Rile Kilsrore and son and daughter, were here this week. El Layne' s folks were here this week "Old Blue" has got to yelping on the track since he got kicked by taking holil of that big coat tail 01 J. u, White's. S. R. Brown was in town from the north end of Nubbins Hill. Dr. Pegg was here this week. E. J. Carpenter and wife are visit ing H. Overturf. Albert Flury has sold out here anu goes to Chattanooga and win leave 11s family there and visit if Joriua ana Oklahoma and other points, hunting a suitable location to finish a few more davs here on earth. The Palmer girls, after about a two week'3 visit at Whitwell, have return ed home. N. Ransom and family will soon ar rive here from Detroit, Mich. Watchman. Chamberlain's Couoh Remedy is Both A greeable and Effective. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has no superior lor couirns corns ana croup, and the fact that it is pleasant to take and contains no thing in any way injurious has made it a favorite with mothers. Mr. W. S. Pelham, a merchant of Kirksville, Iowa, says 'For more than twenty years Cham berlain's Cough Remedy has been my ljading remedy for all throat troubles. It is especially successful in cases of croup. Children like it ana my cus tomers who have used it will not take any other. ' ' For sale by Jno, W. Simpson. Sayre, Ala., Special to the News. James Moreianu, 01 uirimntrnam, visited his sister and some of his old friends here last week and we enjoyed his visit very much. I think Arthur Jones would like to go with his robbin again, but he is afraid to tackle her. He thinks she is trying to fool him, but I think he is mistaken. Fred Davis has an idea that robbins are better than quail. Tom Jones had a nice compliment passed on him Sunday, night and also his brother Arthur. Jess Robbins said that Miss Josie Milligan looked very sweet Sunday ev ening. We suppose that J. . Jones has got ten tired of wearing his overalls. He has bought a new suit of clothes. He went to town Friday and returned the next day and we all had decided that he had got lost in town and couldn't hnd his way out, but he made it back all right. Yon ought to have seen Mrs. Davis smile when he came in. A certain party told me how she look ed. I suppose she was very glad to see mm. We are verv sorry to hear that Miss Pearl Stateiu has the mumps. Tad Pole, xon.shouid he very caretul of your bowels when you have a cold. JNearlv all other cough syrups are constipa ting, especially those containing opi ates. Kennedy's Laxative Cough Sy rup moves the bowels contains JU opiates. Conforms to National Pure Food and Drugs'Law. Bears tho en dorsement of .mothers everywhere. Children like itnpleasant taste. Sold by Jno. W. Simpson, Jasper, Tenn. CHATTANOOGA, 7TH WARD. Special to tht Neos. Uncle John King, of Pittsburg, Ga. , is spending a few days in town. He went to the Zoo Sunday evening. Ben Smith, of Whitwell, passed through en route to ' Georgia to visit his daughter. (Jiias. Hoiioway, or Whitwell, was in town Saturday. I was invited to a '"high tea" in the Hth W aril the other evening. Owing to not feeling well I did not go. They served porter, wine, lager beer and Philadelphia ale, and when the pitch- er would not go around they oassed around the pail. Gurnev Hooper thinks he is a man since he got his new watch. we will have a vote on the bond is sue nxm in this city to build a City Hail, Jiixer & server. Little globules of sunshine that drive the clouds away. DeWitt's Little Ear ly Ri-ers will m-.it ter the gloom of sick headache and biliousness. Thev do not gripe or sicken. Recommended and sold by Jno. W. Siuipon, Jasper. Tenn. j, tw, j 1 KirrJ Van Haw Unit Be;;'i Ask Your OwnDoctor If he tells you to take Ayer's Cherry Pectoral for your severe cough or bronchial trouble, then take it. If he has anything better, then take that. We have great confidence in this medicine. So will you, when you once know it. The best kind of a testimonial "Sold for over sixty years." Hade by J. O. Ayar Co., lowaU, Hue. AUo ma.nufa3turt.ra of 9 SARSAPAJHLU. yers PILLS. HAIR VIGOR. Wt hav. no isereti I Wtt publls'a the formulas of ell oar medioinos. Keep the bowels open with one of Avar's pi is at oeatime, ju-ji win. - s - sMssa-saMS-araT Altoona, Ala. Special to the News. rrexty woatner is we oruer or tne day. Everybody seemed to enjoy themselves Sunday going to cnurcn. We have a good Sunday school here and church too. This is a good place, the mines run everv dav. John Lankford and wire lett Altoona yesterday. Hope they will have good lucff. Ask Miss Cora Broadhead how she liked Mr. Sailor's company Sunday evening. A certain girl in Altoona saia that Tim Thomas didn't have to shine his shoes nor brush his hat. Ye writer heard a girl say she would like to wear Tom Vaugnam's rings. The voung folks enjoyed themselves here Sunday. Ask Miss Birdie JPowell who Her fel low is and watch her laugh. Mrs. J. W. White is going to eat fried chicken before long. , She has got twentv-five voung chickens now. Ye writer wouiu lixe to near rrom Martha Dame, ofv Qnnlap. Come on, Martha.and write a piece to the News. Come on "Sunbeam, of , Guild, Tenn.. I like to read your pieces for I have some relatives down there, Ask Maud Sailors where she took that walk Sunday evening, Mrs. Mary Smith is going to visit Cordova, Ala. , before long. Tim Thomas had a smile on his face Sunday three yards long. He must have seen some one. Ye writer heard a girl say at church Sunday she sure would like to have Tim's company. Brother & Sister. Do Not Crowd the Seasons. The first warm days of spring bring with them a desire to get out and en- iov the exhileratinir air and sunshine. Children thai have been housed up all winter are brought out and you . w,on der where they all came from. The heavy winter clothing is thrown aside and many shed their flannels. Then a cold wave comes and people say that grip is epidemic. Colds at this season are even more dangerous than in mid winter, as there is much more danger of pneumonia. Take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, however, and yon will have nothing to fear. It always cures, and we have never known a cold to result in pneumonia when it was us ed. It is pleasant and safe to take. Children like it. For sale by Jno. W Simpson. - SAYRE, ALA. Special to the News. Work is good here, six days a wee, The men all make good wages. Ar thur Jones says he is going to make his hundred dollars this month. Tom Jones, James Moreland and FredtDayis attended church across the river Sunday. A young lady said lorn Jones is as good looking as bis big bud. Van Uross, Arthur Jones ana hit, Fritz called on Charlie Jones Saturday night, James Moreland returned borne bun day. He improved a great deal while here. Ask Minnie Sanders how she likes to read Dutch. Mrs. Davis ' will have to get new dress as a cow hung her horn in her dress while on the line. Mrs. Martha Ellis is visitinz her mother today. Born to Mr. an Mrs. Swan, a boy, Fred Davis likes robbins tine, Mrs. P. Q. Manning and Dan Sal tors and Mrs.. Sanders have gone to get the rest of the fish out of W ar rior river today. I enjoy reading letters from Koope and Whiteside. There is a new saw pull just put u over the river and the Sayre Company are going to build ' some new houses right away. John Jones made a trip to Binning ham Friday and returned Saturday, Lookout for a wedding Jess Keilf enjoys hunting with Tom Jones' dog. He has been wiping squir rel grease off his whiskers for a week, Brown Eyes. To remove a cough von must get at the cold which causes the cough. There is nothing so good for this as Kennedy s Laxative (Jougn Syrup, The liquid cold relief that is most quickly effective, that stills and quiets tbe cqneb and drives out the coia, Sold by Jno. W. Simp&on, Jaspe: Tenn. North Birmingham. Sfitciai to the Nes, Sunshine and pretty weathor is the order of the day. Tell Will Lane, of Pittsburg. Ga. to come on and let us hear from him. Come on, Mrs. Rosa Mallard, of Rxi and let us hear from yon. Hello, Ponto's sister, what U the matter with yonT You haven't ap- iieared in some time. Wonld like to read a piece from Rope mighty welL Lonely Boy, ITCHING, ozinsr. scaling Salt I Ulieuni h cuml by Hood's Sarsa parilla. the prut, nnequalled remedy for every kind of SKIN DISEASE A A DoTctcMt's nonsense. i$Mx$$e$$$ I am jist back fruni fildclfa, Pensa- vana. I seed many a site but I never aeea uoretchits match. 1 11 tell you hy and what 1 mean. Me an young Smith and John Smith, we went in kerhoot and sent to Pensiltuckey and ordered a gallon of good ole fine yaller corn brandy fer a dollar an a dime a gallon and when it earned we cud not drink it so we tried to sweeten it up and make toddy of it, but we cud not drink it that wav. So we grieved about our niuney but we cud not drink it still. We give a dog a tee spoon an it jest lived 2 seckents by the watch. and so a nabor told ns to give it to our nogs, lie said what wooit kill a dog wood faten i hog, so we did and they both died. They iied right now. We treeted all of our friends, about hundred and fifty, in all. and still had nearly a gallon left. So the other nite we invited another ctowd of our friends around to drink with us, but they cud not drink it. So one of them sod, "I bet a dollar ole Gofetchit can drink it. Se we sent for him an he cum at once. We passed the , jug to him an he turned it up to his bed an drunk a quort of it fore he took it away frum that siphon of his n. Then -he smacked his lips and sed, 'Purty fair whiskey." He stayed un- tel he drunk all but about a pint and next day he cum around and finished that, and wanted to no when we was goin to make another order. Said he wanted to send in with us next time. Well, that whiskey wood Kill man or beast but it did not take no affect on Gofetchit. He must have a sheet iron stummick. So, go it, Gofetchit. If I had a stummick big and as iron ey as you have I'd go it too. Georg Bradheld is goin on a liuntin tower this week. 4 young men, all very bcutiful, slip ped off frum there wives the other nite and went to a dance. One of them beat his hed agin a tree until his hart stopped beetin fer a few minits. One of them tried to play single man at the dance but he was caught up with before the'dance brok up. One sed his wife didn't care wher he went or what he done, but he found out she did care jest about the time the dance was over and now I will say for myself I wasn't there. I always stay at home like a good little husband. I always stay at home and don't take my little hatchet ami cut down no cherrv trees. I nev er tell my wife a fib. Now, I am not like George Washington's dady. George s dady got after him about cuttin down 'the gooseberry tree and George he denied it. So the ole man said, "Now, George, I believe you did. But George denyed it agin. Then the ole man looked George in the eyes and sed, "Well done, George, good an noble boy. I wood rather you wood tell a thousand lyes than to cut down one checkergoosberyfig tree. You, my boy. will make a president sum day.' And he did. No,. I wood be as far frum tellin my wife a ly as I wood rrum taain a drink of beer. Now say I have lyed. Some boys like to play soldier. Now, boys, I was in the Spanish : American war and have sum experience as a sol dier, so here is a good way for you to play soldier. Soldiers always go in 'ia so a 01 you get out on the streets. One of you stagger and the other one hold him up. The moon will soon be rite to plant potatoes and other things in. Now, it is a site to hear Gofetchit, tell how much electrisity there is in a man. He sais a man has 40 volts, 4 am per an a coil of wire in him, an sals sum men have morn others, sum have so much that they can t carry a watch. The watch will stop if they carry it in their pockets and sun have none and they die. Now, they do. Every boddy elce is sayin speeches, verRes an poultry in their letters so I will give you one in the wind up. Here is my verse : Here I stand on 2 htlte chips, Now all of you girls come an see if I aint. Yours very hunkey dunkev, DOFETCHIT. How to Remain Young. To continne voung in health and strength, do as Mrs. N. F. Rowan, McDonough, Ga., did. She says: "Three bottles of Electric Bitters cur ed me of chronic liver and stomach trouble, complicated with such an un healthy condition of the blood that my skin turned red as flannel. 1 am now practically 30 years younger than Be fore I took Electric Bitters,. I can now do all my work with ease and assist in my husband's store." Guaranteed at Curtis and Coppinger's. Price 50c. DUNLAP. Special to the News. Pretty weather is the order of the day. Dunlap is on a boom and everybody seems to be nappy. Joe Smith has moved to tbe foot and ho has had bad luck. Ho brought his cow down and she went back. James Nelson is on the sick list. Henry Moran was all smiles. He has a big girl at his house. Miss Dora Smith looked sad when" she saw in the paper that Mr. Bradaway was inquiring about JUiss V. jacK jones arnveu irom uuniam. Ga., last night. He seems to like hero fine. I hope he will get work and stay. George Smith is visiting his mother this morning. Jihn Hickson is on the sick list. We think he will get better when he gets moved. Miss Dora Smith was in town shop ping Monday. Grover Taphomes is at work at Dun- lap. Tell the writers of Altoona. Ala.. that I would like to hear from there as I have friends at that place. What has become of Tim Thomas.. I never do hear from him. Come on. "Uncle Gid." We like to read vonr letters. Clyde Griffith is advised not to say any more . Keg Kibbon. Tetter, Salt Rheum and Eczema. These are disease for which Cham berlain's Salve it especiallv valuable. It quickly allays the itching and muarting anil wn effect a cur. Prii-e, cent.. For sale by Jno. W. Simpson. Read the News, only 00 cents. The Kind You Have Always IJonglit, and which has beca In use for over 30 years, has home tho Kijjnatnro of ad has been made miller his per rSL jutrrJZtttfrA 8,ml supervision ulnoo its infancy. uxyy. mucsuk Allow no ono to deor!vo yoll ,u thtat All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-as-frood" are but Experiments that trillo with and endanger tho health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worm and allays Fcvcrishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS SI Bears the The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. THI CtMTtUW MWm, TT 22 It's The Quality Anderton L. Stick Seat Drivtoo r v Pay Us No Money Leader Top Buygy That make thU bui?py a real hariraln. It's the choke artf-ted, neeoni srrowth, utrnlRht (Trained hlrkory, the nktllPd m.'chantc-i who ki ow the rcul ''ANliKRTON "quality that munt tro Into ttv?ry buff jry the"ANDKUTON" tl 'tern coat Mtxtein ot painting. All ttwe tnti for the quality of ''ANDKUTOV vehicle! aud make it ikhwiIiIa for uw 'o irlve ou a rtul thirty daya' free trial, a two yearn' approTa! veuo. aim v un up uui wuuib douu. x ou tan "Try An Anrterton With Your Money in Your Pocket." 7 . xnra 'X You can tf Bt it Tor 1 HWir rense. th"aukkij;v' rree trim in tne a Ufa-.. .- - i k m only one wuicniuautioiiictMy im-anu uoea not require a uuuivy apOr-it. unr com plete 140 pHtfe i'u uilog lllui'tratlDua line of tniKi?lt'ii, nurrie. driving wagona, stanhopes, spring wagon , pnny Tehleleu nnii hnrntMim nt Avar 1hhiH ittlnli. my. plain everything. The Anderton Mfg. Co. V Anaenon jv Piano Box Top IF Buony a j. Third St. IjTt aXJWMTX EI f miwrMM imMmmm. Instant relief to sufferers of Rheumatism.KidneyTrouble, Stomach Disorders. "1 ii iitffairff'griifrirr' Get a bottle to-day. Is purely a vegetable compound. Mild in effect but one the most effectual remedies known for re- storing the entire system. It is derived from nature, not iff, compound of drugs and chemicals that only allay the pain, I. but cures to stay cured after all so-called "scientific" treat- ments have tailed. ! For sale by druggists. Send for circulars. Address, INDIAN MEDICINE CO., Milford, Ohio. WILL REMOVE WITH U4- rmncm at trial will convince you there is no mm Manufactured by IOWA SOAP COMPANY, Buriirigton, lowa. Sequachee Water Works. RESIDENTS of Sequatchie have all the privileges in connection with with water werviee equal to any fiit-cla citv.. The mipply is tak en trom Cumberland Mountain from springs 3:0 feet in elevation. Three miles of pipe are now laid. 4,ooo!ooo Peach Trees TENNESSEE WHOLESALE NURSERIES. 4 Une DQUI m No ajrents traveled but tell direct to planters at wbolexalp price. Absolute ly free from diseane and true to nrao. Write for catalojruw and price Wore placing your order elsewbere. We guarantee our tock to b true( to nam. Largest peach nursery In tho world. Address, J. G. Dale, Winchester, Tenn. JOB Letter H(adsfind Note Heads, Kti TelojX'S, Circular, Statements, Cards labels, tickets, .tc PR Signature MURK.V STREET, HEW VOH OITV. 730 Days Free Approval vuit wivu vbo(wv.w imuuh. thirty darn at our ex- Postal will bring it. ClnoliiAitl, Ohle 'am for MEN, WOMEN and children EASE ALL PARTICLES OF DIRT" AND GREASE and leave the sktn soft and white. Superior to all other soaps. The Laborers' Friend. For Mechanics, Farmers, Painters, Printers, Plumbers, Miners and all Railroad Men. other coa? like it. 2 sizes 5c.cmd !0c. v. jinoeriuu tW' . Sprlnf ' M V. WMOB 1 MMJ&zPM MM 1 Everything in the best erades of Job Printing can be secured l.-m the job printing eitablinboient, e.induct ed by Hill A Son, Sequa -hee, Tenn. Neat and aocu rate work, prompt deliery of order, togttthi-r with . i. is rhair htui nr.,, ifittnr.ui T . u . i IN I ilMG.