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ive w ire Every nerve is a live wire connecting some part of the body 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 larpe nerve it is called Neuralgia whether it be the facial nerves, or the heart, stomach, sciatic or other prominent nerve braneh. To stop pain, then, . you must relieve the strain or pressure upon the nerves. Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills do this. k "I suffered Intense pain, caused by neuralgia. I doctored and used vari ous medicines without getting rflief until I began taking Dr. Miles' Antl-Paln Pills. They did me more (rood than all the medicines I ever used. They never fall to cure my headaches, and their use never leaves any bad after-effects." MRS. WM. BECKMAN. 957 W. 4th St., Erie. Pa. 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 this country are filled .with women whose trials utterly de stroy the joys of existence. The are the victims of female disorders and they do not get relief, and they are forced to drag through tbe weary years without the hope of better days. All such should be advised to use a few bottles ot ST. 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 testified to the truthfulness of this assertion. TONICS FOR WOMEN. Delicate women require a tonic. An iron tonio is good, but St. Andrew's Wine of. Life Root is better. While toning up thet system, purifying the blood and restoring exhausted nerves, It regulates any derangements, and " strengthens woman in tbe 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. If you suffer we will send you free a trial course of Jutine Tabs, and Red Hot Salve, which speedily cure every curable case of RHEUSV.AT.SJV. 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 the Kidneys, Pain or bcaldisg Hensutions, I llackacho, Diabetes and Bright's Disease; au me above are interwoven witn Kneum atiim in various forms, such as Gout, Lum bago, Neuralgia and Sciatica. Try a 50-Ceni Box of JUTINE TADSFREE To the first inquiry Iu you vicinity. By this we ao not mean two or three days' sample we mean what we ar.y that we will send yon without cost, by mail, a ('I'LL TICK AT HUNT, just as if you paid for it. If you desire relief send at once, we take all the risk and ask no pay. It's a gift. Write to-day. HARRIS MEDICINE CO., Corning, - - Iowa. KILLthe COUCH AND CURE the LUNGS King's flaw Discovery rONSUMPTION Price OUGHS and 50c $1.00 Free Trial. iOLDS Surest and Uuickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNO TROUB LES, or MONEY BACK. Best weekly paper in the United States: The Chattanooga Weekly News, Morn than lO.Ooo news items in each is sue. Notbinir liko it in tbe whole coun trr. The Cnattanooga Weekly News and Thk SkqC" atiikk Vai.i.kv Xkwa, one vear both for fl. subscribe now w bile you bavn the chance. siurs ruuci nort ram i r u m i mm,- D,i .i,in. ii leu etifelnfx' I A. ' or Mi 'r w; if to l-til roil hr mail. ' "' T.miiivin r,,-r. ilvwrur minim. hi i Stp fur tlir un- I ri, 1 n V. I. Hi lu ll ollttl' niofv ll I i-lli-lirc . um if t.nir l.'tu-r In iu if uiet''liv'rwl. Am! it liHik'- inorv l.n-iiii -liki' !. All iml.T I -niiii.il) filliil hi HillAlW S.iimrliw. Tean. (Bcqal tationcrn A full lino kepi la stock, at lowest I rices. HILL A toN, Sequacb.ee, Tenn. LAH0U3AGE, ALA. Special to the News, Work here is very good nd every thing is moving along nicely. Eil Roue in the bank Imiss now, and I think most all of .the men like hiia all right. This is a fine ilaco for water and Rood health except a few cases of lnealsles. Lon Moore moved back here last week. 1 think most everybody that lived here once, generally come back again. A large crowd went to Little River Sunday alxmt Nix mile from here to a, singing convention and dinner on the ground. All report a nice time. Mrs. Annie Sanders spent Sunday with Mrs. Orton. If you want to see W. U. Odotn nmile just ask him how those spectacles fit that some one sent him. Miss Ola Ferrell spent Sunday with Miss Mary Sanders. Jess Slaves was here Friday, from EHtelle, Ga. Several of the young lioys and girls had their beauties struck last week. I guess they are going to put them in the gardens so when water melons get ripe they can keep the rogues out. Bob Renno had his beauty struck by himself. He gave nearly every girl around here one. Everytiine I Nee him he says he is going back South. I reckon he wants all the girls to remem ber how he looks when he leaves here. If you want to see Miss Florence Stephens grin ask her how she likes to go with Charlie Sanders. Mrs. Rose and Mrs. Burnett visited Mrs, Sanders Monday afternoon. Mrs. Wilson called on Mrs. Josie Odom Tuesday,. Quite a largo crowd of young folks had a nice time Saturday night at Mr. Sander's, singing and playing out in the yard by the moonlight. Miss Kate Renno looked sad Wednes day night at prayer meeting. Guess it was because her fellow wasn't there. I heard a girl at this place say Mr. Wheeler is a very good looking young man. W. G. Odom went to Memo, Ga. , Sunday. Dennis Boyd passed here Sunday with a standing collar on so high he could hardly turn his head. 1 guess he was going to see his girl. Miss Alice Ferrell was all smiles Sunday. Mr. ana Mrs. Kenrroe were out driv ing Sunday afternoon. Miss Mary Sanders visited Mrs. Kose one day last week. Would like to hear from Coalmont and Cole City every week. Geo. Ridgedale. Special to the Ntws. We are having some rainy weather at present. 1 hope we will have a pretty week for the festival. We are going to have a big time. Ye writer visited Olympia .Park Sunday afternoon and had a nice time. Every thing is very nice. They have a small train. Tbe track is only 15 inches wide. It will carry about 30 people. It is the completest thing I- ever saw. I understand S. P. Samply has sold out and is wanting to buy some more locust posts. He said something about Charlie Heard broiling ham at U P, Brewer's. He was sorry he couldn't get a piece himself, and as to eating a can of tomatoes for dinner he said that he wouldn't eat any if he couldn't get any more than one can. So that goes to show what an eater he is. He call ed on L. P. Brewer the same day. was there and he told some pretty good tales. He was telling me about what a good whistler he was. He said be fore he shed his teeth he could whistle loud enough to hear him from L. P. Brewer's to Cal Tate's. That is about three miles. I heard that S. P. Samply was dig ging star root and is fixing to go to Chicago again. I guess he will take his star root to New York this time Walter Brewer is talking about tak ing in the May Festival. Will be glad to see him come. Ask Walter Brewer if he has learned to shoot a gun yet. Ask him if he ev er shot at a gobbler's head and see that he says. W. H. Heard has been on the sick list for the past week, but is better at present. Mrs. Leila VonRohr is visiting her parents in Chattanooga. Gray Fox. Altoona, Ala. Special to the News. We are living in a frog town. You can't hear a whistle blow. Mr. Patterson is working in the mines here. Enoch Patterson got his hand cut Will Mallard's family are well and doing well. A big meeting is going on in East town and we have a a good time go ing. We dig black diamonds in the day time and go to church at night. Misses Lena and Lettie Clevenger are visiting Mrs. Patterson today. We think Mrs. Lula Patterson taking the mumps. is Enoch Patterson said that there were more pretty girls up here, but they are all red-headed. He couldn't help but study about his girl in North Binning ham. Lena Clevenger said that there were lots of pretty bovs up here but tliev are all bashful. Willie Clevenger said that he had red-headed girl up here. Bud. My Best Friend Alexander Benton, who lives on Rn ral Route l.Fort Edward, N. Y. ,says "Ur. King s New Discovery is mv best earthly friend. It cured me o: asthma six years ago. It has also per formed a wonderful cure of incipient consumption for mv son's wife. The first liottle ended the terrible cough mid this accomplished, the other symp toms left one lv one, nntil she was perfectly well. Dr. King's New Dis coverv's power over coughs and colds is simply marvelous. "No other remed ha ever enaled it. Fully guaranteed by ( nrtis &i Coppinger, .Vic and l.iHI. Trial Ixjttle free. Will Clean Graveyard. There will lie a grnvevurd cleanin off at the Steve Lavne grave varl Ma 2.1th, and dinner on the ground. Ev ervUi.lv is invited to come and bnn t'Hils t work with. The News and the Taylur-Trd wixul Magazirle. lmth one year fur .. Order through this office. Mu Hair is Straggly Do you like it? Then why be contented with it? Have to be? Oh, no! Just put on Ayer's Hair Vigor and have long, thick hair; soft, even hair. But first of all, stop your hair from corning out. Save what you have. Ayer's Hair Vigor will not disappoint you. It feeds the hair-bulbs; makes weak hair strong. The best kind ol a testimonial "Sold for over sixty years." Jk Kad by J. O. Ayer Co., Iowll. Km. All mo mviufMtufWre of 9 SARSAPARILLA. yers PILLS. CHERRY PECTORAL. Roope. Special to the A'am. Quite a large crowd attended Sun- ay school at the Drum Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. ueo. uaKer visited Mr. and Mrs. Ransom on the river Sunday. Misses Alice Parker and taytie My ers were out walking Sunday. Miss Alma Cross was visiting her brother on the river Sunday. Billie Smith was all smiles Sunday. Harvev Ransom made a Hying trip to Cole City one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. (i. A. Wood visited Mr. and Mrs. Jess Wood Sunday. If you want to see H. R. Barton smile just ask him how he likes that fall he got Sunday. Misses Ada and f anme I nomas were out walking with their best fellows Sunday. Mrs. Tom MCNaon, tor Auger, Ala., is visiting her parents here. Miss Rebecca Brnmley attended Sun day school at the Drum Sunday. Mrs. Kelly Jtiartman was visiting Mrs. Ed Newsome Sunday. Wonder what is wrong with "Sun beam," of Guild, that she has not written in the last two weeks. Come again, "Lonely Girl," of Kel ly's Ferry. I think I know you. Mrs. Mose Kooerson is visiting rela tives at Dunlap. John Mason, of Dunlap, visited his daughter here Saturday and Sunday. Wonder if Will riartman is banging his hat on John tills porch now, Ye writer is expecting to visit Dun- lap the latter part of this week. G. W. Sexton was on the mountain one day last week. John Brumly looked lonesome Sun day. Guess he was thinking or some pretty little girl. sweet potato. ITASKA, TEX. Special to the Neivs. "Uncle Gid, " my little boys don't catch those rabbits, but my large boys do. Would be glad for you to come and bring your hounds. I know they could chase them. I haven't seen any hounds out here all have grey hounds to hunt with. There are no wild cats close here. They are just a little fur ther on. No, I am not getting rich nor do I expect to. We made forty three bales of cotton last syear. Good corn crops and also had a good garden. It has ruined for a week or more, and is raining now. Health is good in our community as far as I know. Our health has been good since we have been here, lots better than when we lived on old Carson Fork. Farmers use cultivators altogether and plow two rows at a round. They ride except when plowing gardens and potato patches. This is one ot the gnatiest places 1 ever saw during the summer months. You can t read in the day time for the gnats, except when we build a smoke hre. Mosnnitoes make all people in Southern Texas dream of fairy land. Cotton choppers have no time to fool away for the chiggers and ants make them hustle when they want to kill time. There are plenty of Tennesseans here. Thev seem almost like kin folks when we meet. Wages are high here. You can make money but can epend it, too, if you want to. Uncle Gid, if you should happen to come now, you wouldn't get any mutton for it is scarce in this part of Texas. Glad to say your aunt is well and all the rest of the folks. Fannie. EBENEZER. Special to theA'avs. Going to meeting and graveyard workings is the order of the day. Miss Icy Kelly was horseback riding Sundav. Herbert Hoge went up the road with a pair of quilting frames Sunday. Jim uoge went up the road peeping out or his collar Sunday. Lerov Brown is still fox bimt.inir. Pearl Lowman is still'keeping up his old trade, hshing. Bill MVOollnne gave Parton Ruth a short call Sunday. Mr. Saylor called on Mr. McCollune Sunday. Milton and George Saylor were seen on our pike, wheel riding, Sundav. Mrs. "Wild Bill" called on Miss "Blnelieir Sunday. "Buffalo Bill" went to Sunday school Sundav. William Webb was in the crib look ing for a nubbin of corn and there was none there. Mr. .turner was ditching his craw fish Saturday. Barney Ald-r was seen on our pike Sunday. Jim Miller said that he would like to hang his hat at Sam Webb's. Diamond Ring. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarr hoea Remedy. There is probably no medicine made that is relied uion with more implicit confidence than ( hauiWrlain's Colic, Cholera iiiiil IliarrlnwA RhiumIt Dtir ing the third of century in "which it it ha lfn in hso iwhihIm )m iiarnml mat it is the one remedy that never fails. When reduced with water and sweetfned it pleasant to take. For ale by Jno. W. Simpson. Whitwell. Special It the Newi, Mrs. John Bennett, who has been on the sick list for' some time, is Wtter. Jim Cantrell bought a 10 range for his mother Saturday. Look out girls, Jim says there are more cooks than mother. Willie Bergis attended the emmet game near Ked Hill Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Elijah Barker visited their parents across the river Sundav. Miss Alice Payne visited Miss Ollie Bennett Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Green Hollowav visit ed Mrs. Holowav's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elijah Hudson Sunday. Lee Smith and Jack Brymer were on our streets Saturday. Misses Josie and Martha Ridge, of Candy Flat, were in town Thursday, selling Mother s. Salve. All parties wno bought are well pleased. Mr. and Mrs. Cowan Harris visited friends and relatives in town Sunday. John Bennett made a riving trip to Chattanooga Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Berry Rogers spent Sunday with Mrs. Mary Bergis. Mr. and Mrs. John Cantrell and lit tle son, Rosco, visited Mrs. Mollie Cantrell Friday. Howell Barker and wife visited at J. E. Teague's Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Holowav were shopping in town Thursday. Mrs. Hugh Smith, of Hick s Chapel, were shopping in town Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Kotiert Cantrell visit ed Mr. and Mrs. Will Levan Sundav. Miss Bettie Harris and Grace Smith, of Sulphur Springs, called on friends and relatives here Saturday and Sun day. Josh Duke, of Dunlap, visited his family here Saturday and Sundav. Mrs. Mary Bergis called on Mrs. Minnie Brooks Sunday evening who is very low with consumption. Mr. and Mrs. Eliiah Hudson were out driving Sunday. Misses Maud and Electa Ross attend ed church Sunda. Misses Zana Ridge, Alice Pavne and Ollie Bennett were the guests of Susie Payne Sunday evening. Miss Ida Barker, of Looney s Creek, was shonninar in town Monday. ' Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Ridge visited friends and relatives at Hick's Chapel Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Payne were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Ridge Sunday. Mrs. Lee Penley was shopping in town Monday. ' John Bennett went to Battle Creek trading Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Raulston, of Looney's Creek, were m town Tuesday. Misses Annie and Gora Hicks were the guests of Mrs. Mary Bennett Tues day. Miss Alta Condra spent Monday night with Miss Cantrell. Roscoe. Empire, Ala. Special to the News, Mrs. McNabb and Mrs. Simpson vis ited Mrs. Tittle Sunday. Tom Knott is able to be at work again. Rev. Cowan, pastor of the M. E. Church, is holding a protracted meet ing here. Mrs. Knott and Mrs. Thornton vis ited at the mines Sunday. Mrs. Mary Christian visited Mrs. Tittle Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Mollie U Meal s baby has been sick a few days with the measles but is much better now. Mr. and Mrs. G. w. Pearson are visiting in Rome, Ga. Mrs. Thornton and Mr. Wright were seen going to church Sunday night. Mr. Thomas was hurt last Monday, but he is slowly recovering. Mrs. Eliza Hip, ot Whiteside, is vis iting her sister here. Mrs. Jas. Cunningham visited Mrs. Knott Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Loach visited Mrs. Moore Sunday night. Eugene Loach gave a candy breaking Saturday night. All report a nice time. Mrs. Passmore visited Mrs. O'Neal Sunday. Miss Bessie Jones took dinner with Mrs. Loach Sunday and reports a fine dinner. . Bessie Jones and Claud Broadaway were seen walking the streets of Em pire Sunday afternoon. Mrs Maggie McfJan and Miss Delia Smith and Mrs. Maud Sims were seen walking the streets Sunday. Miss Hattie Allen and Miss era EI- ison visited Miss Bessie Jones and Mrs. Pearson Monday. They have ust completed the new air compressor at this place. Mrs. Mollie O Neal has purchased a new matting; also Mrs. Loach and Mrs. Moore. Miss Bessie Jones and Claud Broada- way visited Mrs. Moore Sunday night. Come on, Roope, as 1 love to hear from there. Red Bird. Belle Sumpter, Ala. Special to the Xeivs. I never see anything in the News from this place so I will write and tell you something concerning our good old country. The 1. O. O. i . had a very nice pic nic at Johns the 2(ith of April. There was a large crowd and all seemed to enjoy themselves very much. There was a picnic at lrgima Mines last Saturday. It rains so much I believe it will take my garden in spite of all I and my five mule-footed hogs can do. Work is very good at Cornellsville since Dr. Crowe has opened up the old mine again. I think they will lie ship ping coal from Oornellsville in alxnit thirty days. They have all the water out and the writer hauled tram cars there from Johns today. The roads were so muddy I could hardly keep old Beck and Kate on the ground. "Mr. and Mrs. Curl from near Bessi- mer, were visiting Mr. and Mrs. W.A. Jones and other relatives Saturday and Sunday. Say, "Brown Kyes, or Payre, can you rind out what is the matter with Mr. J. S. Jonesr We haven't heard from him since Buck was a calf. There was a decoration at the old Jones graveyard Saturday. Onite a large crowd attended. Well, come tin, "'Brown Eves" and tell all the new. Fat Bill. I For stomach trouble, biliousness i and coustipation try Chamberlain ' tStoiuach ntul Liver Tablets. Many remarkable cure hav lcn efTecteil by them. Pruv. 25 rent sample free. 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We have made a reputation on our razors and this is the best dollar razor made, and is equal to those usually offered at $2.00. and the name of your cutlcrv dealer. ;HAV A DUDLEY HARDWARE CO., ' '"", Ton Instant relief to sufferers of Rheufflafism,KidneyTroubIe, Stomach Disorders. Get a bottle to-day. Is purely a vegetable compound. Mild in clFfct hut one the most etTectuul remedies known for re storing the entire system. It is derived fro-.n nature, not compound of drus and chenu'ads that only allay the pain, but cures to stny cured after all so-called "scientific" treat ments have f:ii!ed. For t-a!u by druggists. Send for circulars. Addrc33, 1ND3ATJ MEDICINE CO., Sequachee Water Works. RESIDENTS of Sequatchie have all the pi ivili'.w in ( . n.,ii with with water serviue equal to any firit-i-lat uil Tli Mipplv 'ak ii from Cumberland Mountain from cpriiigs J.V feel in t li vaiion. Three miles of pipe are now laid. 4,000,000 Peach Trees TENNESSEE WHOLESALE NURSERIES. 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There will be a graveyard working at Layne'n graveyard May A".tli. We want even-U air to come. K"se Hud. Good, reliable aenu nu-J for paper. this For Infanta and Children. The Kind Y&u Have Always Bought T J.1. sears me m x Signature AW In Use For Over Thirty Years THX OIMTAUH COMPANY, NIW YO OITV. DUDLEY'S DOLLAR RAZOR Sent postpaid on receipt of one dollar I am for MEN, WOMEN and nun rtBFM - mariL,L)ii r. v Milford, Ohio to planters at wholesale prices. Absolute Write, for catalogim and prices before guarantee our stock to he true to name. Address, J. C. Halt Winchester, Tenn. m m.M 1 I i.L" MT kit . m I AW I IK t?Mm Everything in the best grades of Job Printing can be secured from tbe job printing establishment, conduct ed by Hill & Son, Sequachee, Tenn. Neat and accu rate work, prompt delivery of orders, together with moderate charges is their business schemo Trv them. Kellys Ferry. Special to the Nrws. Work 011 the Southern railroud is not progressing very fast. Miss Emma Troxler was disappoint ed Sunday. Frank Ellis was calling on Mr. New som Sunday. Mrs. Isaiah Newsome and daughter. Miss May, were visiting relatives in Chattanooga Sunday night and Mon day aud report a nice time. Mr. Smith and Mr. Motley were shopping at the Ferry Tuesday. Miss Annie White, of Savanab, was at the store Tuesday. There was church at Wanhatchie Sunday. A large crowd attended. There will be church at Cmnming-t Chapel the' first Saturday in Jnne. There will be a picnic at the Ferry the A",th of May. Hazel Nut 1 Sore Nipple, j Any mother who has had experi ienee with this distressing ailment '. will le pleased to know that a cure 'mar be effected bv applying Chamlier I Iain's Snlve as soon as the child is done I nursing. Viw it eft with a woft cloth (Wore allowing the balm to nurse, j Many trained nures use tbia salve I with lest reultt For iale by Jno. JW. Simrpcn.