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KuiUiiruiore, it is the lii'iiP"tit, nrwspaper in the world, as wr! be explained n ;niy i erson who wiM T'i n fur MM-in- Tm News of lb" V N.l : o ai-r.'iii; ml 'lnu busy people tan more eie-il v Mn,pr li. na than by reading c,'i inb-rn in.' olumns nf dailies. A current iojcIii n."iif Hani in each iSMin by m ithI c iiio" Hi waiter writ leii tro.n infptit u ilvn to ratrt. The onl ii' W8put'i- i'ii Vl imm ii especially for.wnpl' vi i " iJ" ' 'i" iiiL r Hi daily newspaper. :tnil el tliirst lor plain tin ts 'I li'it i ihh !. irn . f ;i i i "vspaper is nopu l '. is p" v-ii in- lii- (...!. that Hie VV'fliiv Hi;i.i ii'W his 'iv. i 185,000 ve. rl v si; t'Si ri lie. . ;md i circulated in all puts of t U s I i addition to lb" news, th- Mud iml.;iba short an'i serial s'or ' . ,.n.i nunv d"purt' in. II'B .f itiatl- r S'lii' i' tn eyf'rv mem per i.f i ! fiiur 1 . O.lv .hi" n.iMHr a yenr. Write for free sp.-i inion copy. Add res Tit ft IS LADE. Toledo. Ohio, The o(iuaclee Valley News, iihh'Ts, uml The Toledo UU'le, 52 i.a.i.Ts. Site. CAN YOU HEAT Till."? X 71 Ihoea nmodv t Eioea, dysen- Jr complaint,"' Vthe develop- Je wonderful of the world. aGic." Price 25 cents per box. Don't accent a substitute a so-called " lust as good." IfyourdruKRlst hasn't it and don't care to get it tor you sena direct to THE ONTARIO CHEMICAL COMPANY, Oswego, N. Y., U. S. A. mmi mil fence Costs very little, proves very satls fWtorf for lawns, door ynrds. Har dens. We liuiku fm-in- for lawns, door ynril. Held, hoc and poultry. Write for rataloc. UNION FENCE CO., DeKalb. I1L Kansas City, Mo. Sun- niot s fi ln.Bio in . WHISKEY red nc mT SMiatnrinm in a i. Yon csn return t. you, . dsrs wll. Im sod bappr- mud.' tlim hal ite a ipM-lalty f.r fir . ml rurt.. llioiie-iDd. PfJPf lnk .-a ll'.mTreotnifnt nt rilUk A.I.I-W ItH. K. M. UOOLLKl, 1UH M. Pryor Btroot, Atlanta, Wa. T. L. yete!ay. Mai. T. Monday. .l,.kxin Lee returned nonua Saturday. The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Win. u...;tl- 1ms lwcn si'1''. I W. Uennett, or niiwi-u, wan m ' 11.. l....1., Mffrwrnrwin our town a wn' V C Hill lim'ie a uumiipb-) mi . WhitwJll Saturday in the interest of the News. .10..v: Miss Anna JJeaKins, m nv.,.uft ' , im.nL- laTlT. hcIhioI at liooney w-.. -dav at home. r . . r ...it,, ..nA.i h rinair MM - -"ai'l" " - i ti vnrinna from a e.wnupu - ,oints in the Houtn. Mrs Wm. Hagpani, or nanaiiuugii, has been here at the Deusiue ut ur ther, Mrs. M. Hurneu. Mr and Mrs. John uomira aim in J1 - i. TQ..io- at whit tle son, Jamie, iun, - ell the guests of menus. M-'irkC'ase, of Ketchall, was here Saturday with ma inresuing uu.ut, threshing cane seed forW. S. Wileon. Mr. and Mrs. J. ttoueriB, oi im town Snndav. en route home from a visit to Whit- well. . . t c KellV, o" Jasper, was nere '. . i.- ii Thursday, making repairs tu mo 8' line threshing outfit operated by W. S. Wilson. . . , Jas. Coldwell hrouglit us a sample oi bis nianmioth sweet potatoes yester- day, wbicti maue u jiuu6ij more. Prof. J- A. Boyd reports me jocui ubiic school getting on nicely now, . , .i t-. .uni'lr ns -t.hft NfNsinn and closer advances. Walter Raddle. Ohas. Kandie, ana Jackson Lee spent Sunday aiternoon interviewing some of Victoria 8 lair daughter's. J. R. Jones, W. a. wnson, nugn Jones and S. L. Curtis went to i,nat tanooga yesterday to see Ringling Bros circus. Mrs. John Kilgore, of Monteagle, and little son, came in last week to see her mother, Mrs. M. Burnett, who continues very ill. (1 C Houts delivered a 600-bnshel car of high grade Whitwell coal to his local customers this week, J. ts. Hen nett doing the hauling. J. B. Milligan, of Chattanooga, at torney was here, Friday, representing the Frater heirs in the sale of the prop erty at Victoria to Thomas Smith. The News Job Office is pretty busy these days, turning 'out high quality work promptly. People. know where to send their work to get good results. Kev. D. W. Dew and arrived here Thursday installed in the parso is the new pastor on M.' E. Church, Son John Lawson ce birthday by visiti law, Mrs. V. A. ia, Sunday. Mrs. np there the day bi X. G. Dykes, of in on the News paying subscription. enough to take look at of the typesetting machine. Hon. John T. Raulston, republican candidate for Congress, made ns a brief but pleasant call yesterday. He had made a hurried canvass of the up- ner end of the county and was on his return home. Mrs. Ellen Sherman, mother of Messrs. Q. Sherman and S. Sherman, has been in a very critical condition this week. She 'was slightly better Yesterday, but there is little hope of her recovery. Rev. S. S. Kreger left for Knoxville Tuesday to assume his duties as pastor of a church there. The Krger family during their stay here proved them selves to he estimable people, und their departure is regretted. Advertising in the News pays. Aus tin Coppinger saw the little ad we had in the News regarding circus tickets we wished to sell, and promptly took them, consequently he was at the Show in Chattanooga Wednesday. W. S. Wilson will remain in this city and not move to Jasper, as con templated. The deal for the sale of the Spears farm, of which Mr. Wilson is niannger, has fallen throngh, so we understand, and Mr. Martin will not become its owner. The South Pittsburg Vaudeville ar tists, who have been here now three times, are desirous of another engage ment in a few weeks. They have ad ded a contortionist, Henry Watkins, 14 years of ne, to their troupe, and have a number of other new features. Manager Williamson writing to us says: ' A'e can promise a better show titan we ever have put on before." The date will be announced later on. IX A. RiiKsdale and daughter, Miss Minnie, of Happy Hollow, which is locat.'d in the ridges east of Victoria, were in to see us Tuesday. Doc brought us lioth sweet and Irish pota toes to pay up suWription and also forwards a co- y of the News to C. O. Bain, Smithville, Tenn. He and bis daughter were interested spectators of the mysteries of the typesetting ma chine, and sieiit some time watching the wheels pi an mini. How To Gain Flesh Persons have been known to gain a pound a day by taking an ounce of Scott's Emulsion. It is strange, but it often happens. Somehow the ounce produces the pound; it seems to start the digestive machinery going properly, so that the patient is able to digest and absorb his ordinary food which he could not do before, and that is the way the gain is made. i A certain amount of flesh is necessary for health; if you have not got it you can get it by taking SCOTT'S EMULSION Send this advertisement, together with name of paper in which it appears, your address and four cents to cover postage, and we will send you a "Complete Handy Atlas of the World." SCOTT & BOWNE, 409 Pearl St. New York wifetfctnd child now if IDew IB V- OHO D Ine filed TuesV Vter V AiDg FATAL ACGIDENT WILL UKEWER, OF JASPER, SHOOTS HIMSELF WHILE HUNTING AND BLEEDS TO DEATH. JASPER., Tenn., Oct. 38. -Will Brewer accidentally shot and killed himself today while out hunting. He and his son were hunting along the river bank, when his gnn hung on a limb and was discharged, the contents entering his right leg at the knee, sev ering both arterie and almost taking off the whole leg. Drs. Turner, Cope- land and Charles Griffith were hur riedly called, hut the man was dead when they arrived. Mr. Brewer leaves a wife and sever al children to mourn his death. The funeral will be held tomorrow. WATCH US GROW. J. C. Vanhooser, McMinnville, or ders the News. WATCH US GROW. J. C. Roberts, Iracy City, renews his subscription. WATCH US GROW. Col. C. H. Carpenter, Duulap, re news nis subscription. WATCH US GROW. Mrs. Carrie Kilgore, ictona, or ders the News. She likes to read it because it is like getting a letter from home. WATCH US GROW. M. C, Pryor, of Whitwell, halted a News man Saturday long enough to hand him a half on subscription. WATCH US GROW. J. M. Shirley, Whitwell, pays sub scription per our agent, Miss Lonella Bull. WATCH US GROW. T. B. Hararick, Whitwell, has his subscription forwarded per our Whit well agent, Miss Bull. WATCH US GROW. H. L. Griffith, of Whitwell, orders onr 80o combination of the Memphis Commercial Appeal and News, both one year for that amount. WATCH US GROW. Abner Hudson, Whitwell, forwards amount to entitle him to a year's reading of the News. WATCH US GROW. X. G. Dykes, Tracy (Jity. renews his subscription. WATCH US GROW. C. A. Qnarles, Jasper, renews his subscription. WATCH US GROW. Dr. R. E. Noyes, Jasper, reno his subscription this week. WATCH US GROW. D. A. Ragsdale, V ictona, renews his subscription with some fine pota toes this week. WATCH US GROW. C. C. Bain. Smithville, Tenn.,. will read the News sent to him by D. A Ragsdale. WATCH US GROW. L. V. Brown, Beersheba Springs. Tenn., orders the News. WATCH US GROW. Clarence Livingston, St. Elmo, Tenn. , orders the News. WATCH US GROW. f t " , x , i A. R. WILLIAMSON Manager of the South Pittsburg Vaudeville Co. which will be here Saturday night, Nov. 7, with a first class show. Next week we will present our readers with his "pitch er" as he looks en charactere. BEERSHEBA SPRINGS Sfifiat to tht A',7('i. mrirnnl interest seems to bo the or der of the day. Iam visiting special fripuds and relatives in the country I 'KrA I was born and raised. I am I enjoying my visit very much from I the he ,abori fact that I find spint-hlled and spirit- ... . guided people and can say thai i nave ilr. tin in Jesus Christ by the faith of him and strengthened and nATifi nil ftil bv them that herd him. t. v rtmwn and mvself have been conducting a meeting at Beersheba Springs for the past week, and can say the meeting has not been a failure. We closed last night with the largest n-on.i..n.a rinrinur our service. ihe Comfort. Special to the News. Hanuine around Pinhook seems to be the order of the day. Abe Jackson is building one of the best school houses in the county and will complete the job in about a week. John Lewis is trying to organize the "5 W's" at Pinhook again. Miss Maggie Pyburn was visiting Mrs. Sibyl Jackson Saturday. Sam S. Plnmmer and Jasper Py burn, of Pryor Ridge, are visiting friends and bomefolks. near Pineset this week. The honorable Board of Education were visiting the new schoolhouse and reported one of the best jobs of the kind in the county, and ye writer thinks Mr. Jackson is doing every thing in his power to build a good house. Hobert Jackson and Sam Pluminer were in the city of Pinhook Saturday evening. Mrs. TiKlie mrgis was shopping in Pinhook Saturday. Mrs. Kebecca (Julpepner gave a working the otbar day. Mrs. Patsie Anderson, or Dove, was visiting at Alf Anderson's one day this week. Will Martin and family visited D. C. Martin, of Dove Saturday and Sunday. J. W, Anderson is hauling corn from Ketchall this week. Abe Hargis and Spence Anderson are visiting homefolks this week. Jasper Anderson says liryan is com ing south to us people as soon as he is elected. I think Bryan is friendly to RANGER flEAVY yl REVOLVING. STRONG, IMBIL CHEAP Fence cq Kansas crrv. Ma Miss Daisy Anderson was visiting Miss Bessie Anderson Saturday even ing. There will be a box supper given at the new school house at Pineset Sat urday night week. Everybody is in vited to come and bring a box and have a good time. S. Plummer ami J. A Pyburn re- nwu'.uvv - n , closing song by Miss Mary late auu turoed t0 pryor Ridge Slimiay others, was soni i'je " Wash Smith is making molasses this gOOU Oliuuaj n. ...-"'. i ing coniinctea uy v" T.iii loniro this pvenine forlarlton, Tnn . to visit other friends, hoping to be in a revival meeting before 1 re turn to Lookout Mountain. If there are any in trie smruuuu... L.i ,. fc..ur the (iosrel preached hv K V Brown, with the Holy Ghost from God out of Heaven, rOUM hitn at Beersheba Springs, Tn t am workinir in the tu'a TCoics houinir that hear more of the wonderful Miaa Mvrtle Dvkes is teaching school -i .L. C'...'...,.c a, lwiol hOUSe. I will say to my Georgia friends that i .i,,,,., siniin time in tne 1 Will HO im n'i. . if tiiA Lord wills. I wonld like to hear from friends at Pittsburg. Ga., in the n0" y interest we may works of Don't Worry If vou are ri V, don't worry, but begin at onco to maka yourself well. To do this, we but repeat the words of thousands of other sufferers irorn womanly ills, when -we say: m It Will Help You For 50 years, this wonderful female remedy, has i (ii. , - r T i lf...iJ a oeen Denenung sick women. iurs. uenme mi-uii;a, of Cambridge City, Ind., says: "I suffered greatly with female trouble, and the doctors did no good. They wanted to operate, but I took Cardui, and it made me feel like a new woman. I am still using this wonderful medicine, with increasing relief." ALL DRUG STORES TAKE fM f)l 1 I 1UU.I Vf U I -1 "J til II rM si week. Walter Smith of Dove, is visiting his best girl today. Luther Smith moved to So.. Pitts burg Friday. His many friends miss him and family and wish to see him back again soon. Walter Dame is in the cross tie busi ness. til 11 Hargis says he likes to saw board timber. Lum Culpepper sa ys he is going to plowing in a few days if it will rain. Van Coffelt was visiting friends near Pinhook Saturday. Misses Rebecca and Sndie Plnmmer were shopping in Pinhook Saturday. Ransom Tate visited Abe Jackson Sunday. Sambo DeWitfs Little F.arlv Risers, famous little liver pflls. They email. Mire, sife pills. Sold bv j. Simps. .11. .laper. Tenn. the are W. For cti jtxXe tl'O Nl'W ;,,h i!ll'- of a;l orler. ml done. f work send to t'rorr.pt ip llverv .ii work carefully N. v., a who lost a The (food l.rne is worth lred dollars to me. WhereBulleU Flew. navid Parker, of Fayette veteran of the civil war, f.uit nt I4ettvshur2. says: Klei tric Bitters have than rive hnn I spent much mtmey dm-toring i .. ,' .. ..,.u, h troul'le. to little iimii miw 'i ;- . Hitters i .i.on irioil K e trie lsiiun iiuriiiier. i uir , i.pln and they c.re.1 me. I now hU them as a tonic, and they keep ne strong and well." a at hmveUl'rg l"- Read the News-Wc (or M eue. 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TNNi The funeral of Wm Brewer whose accidental shooting is given in another column took place at Pleasant Cirove yesterday, in the presence of a large number of friends and relatives Mr. Brewer was formerly employed at the Sequatchie Handle Works. rlilf iriaa il LAWSON Ja A PIANO First select a mnke wii'i a reputation. Made by a concern that will turmsh a lull oarifitee with evry I'iano. Deal d.n-ct with the Manufacturer, f nd thereby save two prolits. If you are thinking of purchasing write for our book and allow us to submit a proposition that will intr-rest you. Pianos 1 1 Einpeaairect 10 customers ; trcigni ami expenses v prepaid. Easy payments. Allow us tu make you an offer on one of our crlebrat-d Iawnon 1'Unus, even if you do not anticipate puckisiuj just now. CO, M'frs, 2861 3rd s., Now York.