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tt) S m S 3 v ..5 , 2 O " i "C - s 1) e ; 0 "a feg i I u 5 to Z rtd2 J- 7 t . S2 iJ Ej - iy The Trials .of Women. Tbe homes of thin country are filled with women whose trials utterly de stroy tbe joys of existence. They are the victims of female disorders and they do not (rut relief, and they are forced to drajr through the weary years without thn hope of better days. All such should be advised to use a few bottles of ANDREW'S WINE OF LIFE ROOT. It plants hope in hopeless hearts, the sends 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 reul zest of her ploasurahle life. Thousands of women all over this land have testified to the truthfulness of this assertion. , TONICS FOR WOMEN. D'lit'Ht women roquiro a tonic. An iron tonic is good, but Andrew's Winn of Life Root is better. While toning uo the system, purifying the blood and restoring exhausted nerves, it reg'ilateti my derangements, and strengthens woman in th most sensi tive part, of h r organism. Price $1 00 cr bottlr. Ak your druggist, for it.. Male on'y 0 ANDREWS MKtJ. TO Brixtol, T na The Great Diarrhoea and Dysentery Remedy Cures acute and chronic diarrhoeadysen tery, cholera morbus," summer complaint," Asiatic cholera, and prevents the develop ment of typhoid fever. Same wonderful results obtained in all parts of the world. "WORKS LIKE IRAGIC." Price 25 cents per box. Don't accept a substitute a no-called "Just as good. " If ymirdruptRist hasn't it and don't care to get H for you send direct to THE ONTARIO CHEMICAL COMPANY, Oswego, N. Y., U. S. A. SEEDS Buckbee'e "Full of Life" Northern Grown PediRiwd Seeds have a reputation of 38 years ol successful seed growing behiud them, it pays tc plant the best. Seasonable Specialties: BBANS Earliest Red Valentine . . $3.50 Bushel Refugee Extra Early . . $3.25 Bushel New Stringless Green Pod . $3.70 Bushel W'ardwelt's Imp. Kidney Wax J4.50 Bushel Davis New White Wax . . $4-75 Bushel Curne's Rust Proof Wax . Jfc.jo Bushel PEAS Fxtra Early Alaska . , . $3.50 Bushel New Early Grailus .... J5.50 Bushel llorsford't Market Garden . $.-,.. Bushel Buckbee's Lightning Express $5.00 Bushel Lertuca, Radiih, Tomato and a full line ol Serds, Hants and Bulbs at lowest growing prices. Send fur complete catalogue or submit a list o ur requirements and will quote prices. Buy direct from the grower Save Money. Write today. Mention this paper. H. W. BUCKBEE 1490 Bsctbe St., lockford Sees Farms. RtafanLD v K8E.L.THE COUGH Jf.D CUilE the LUNGS R B7! 1 jj 1 iTH nr. iiing s mu Discovery ma doyens PRICK OLDS Trial BotU Fra M0tl THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. GUARANTEED 8ATISFACT0&1 OR MONEY BXJfTJNDEJX The New is only 50e a vear. Christopher , HI. Stdal to tkt Newt. Accidents are the order of the day on .here I believe. Fred Silkwood was injured Friday in the North Mines. I He whs caught by falling coal and his ! left arm had to be taken off and his skull is bruised, but he is getting : along fine. John Riggs, his buddy, I was also caught by falling coal at the same time, but was not seriously in- '. jured. Dr. Gilli. of DuQuoin, was summoned and came over at once, i He found that Fred's arm bad to come ! off and amputated it at close to the ! shoulder. He thinks Fred will recov er. On Saturday night, Dec. 12, a bad fire broke out in the North Mines. The fire was caused by a shot Saturday night, but it is now under control, and will soon be out. Saturday night, Dec. 12, they had another bad explosion at Rend, 111. They had an explosion there Not. 5, and Deo. 13 there was another whioh killed three shot firers. Johnnie Leonard, of Herrln, is work ing np here. He is driving a mule at North Mines. He is going to move up here next week. , Willie Leonard, of Herrin, was vis iting John Arledge Saturday and Sun day and returned home Monday. Harvey Turner left us last week and went to West Frankfort to work. We miss him. Clee Smith and his beBt girl went to church Sunday night. Charlie Watts is on the sick list. Willie Watts went to Benton Sunday night to see his lady love. I want to say to Charlie Rice that Tim Thomas is having a time going to church with tha girls yet, and says he wishes you were back and he said the boss at tbe East Mines said your job was waiting any time you return ed. p. D. Grimes has quit the North Mines and cone to the East Mines to work. I want to say to Harvey Turner, do you remember Inst Xmas when you and I went to church t 1 think you had better try and come over and spend Xmas. There may be some one here from Nashville, Tenn. Tim Thomas is working all right again. We are glad he is able to work and is well now. We think the wedding bells will ring about Auias. Leap year is almost gone and I don't think I will find a girl this year that wants to marry me and I will have to wait until next leap year. That will be four years. I thought I would get a wife this year sure, but last Thanks giving day she forgot me and married another man. I got mad, but the otb er man got tne girl. I'm going to see another girl in a few days. She may get mad for I am going to stay a week. I haven't been to see her for a long time. Pete Carter has gone to see his girl tonight. Joe Jones and his girl went to church Sunday night. John Arledge is going to move to Market street next week. Mrs. John Arledga is going to Du Quoin this week to visit her parents. Old Black Joe. Chester Baumgartner. Chester, the little son of Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Baumgardner, died at Do ra. Ala.. Thursday. Dec 17, 1908. He was only one year, eleven months and seventeen days old. He died of pneu monia. On Saturday, Dec. 19, with the greatest of pains and sympathy for his family wj quietly lai 1 him away at the Walker cemetery, Wbitwell, by the side of three little sisters. Bro, Clouse conducted the services in the presence of a number of friends and relatives. Our hearts are all heavy with sad ness, and sympathy for the father, mother and the rest of the family that they could not be there on account of sickness. Chester leaves a father and mother and four brothers and two sis ter to mourn for the loss of one that is now at rest. The little one only pass ed through this world to make a shin ing jewel on ths other side to show to the world God's great work. Mother do not wejp for that one that has gone for he is one of the angels in the King dom of God. Life is short and heaven is sweet. Our work muit be done until w merit the approval of God on high and then we will reach the land where none die. His remains were brought from Dora, Ala., bv his brother, Clyde, who left Saturday at 4 p. in on his return to get home just as soon as possible. C. D. H. Victoria, Tenn. A MEARTV APPETITE is what mot bahic have, but is of no beneht to tnein it tney nave worms, 't.. vp vnnr b.'ibv is not troubled with ! them. Sure (ymptuins always hun gry, rtt gs utiilt r tli,! eyes, not gaining in tcticrlit unit VollilW i'Ollll Til m A , few d.es uf White's Cream Vermifuge i will expel ad worms. It is a positive cure aril reliable. Price M cents per , lH)ttle. Mom oy netjtiaieiiie ctnppiy More. NOTICE. 1 will be at Janper on Mon.lnv m each week. AH parlies desiring dm l work will plef call t thi- Hiiirbe Moue. I will t" in SeiUii'?liP on On Friday nearest to Smb "f lb" month. N. li. M( HIRE. iHsnlSt- OASTOZIIA. Why Refer to Doctors Because we make medicines for them. We tell them all about Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, and they prescribe it for coughs, colds, bronchitis, con sumption. They trust it. Then you can afford to trust it. Ask your own doctor. Tha bast kind of a testimonial -"Sold for OTor aixty years." A Xada by J. O. Ayr Co., T.ewll. Has. All to maunMtursrs or f SARSAPAIILLA. vers HAIR vino W hav so ucntil Wo publish ths formulas of all our modioiuos. Ayer's Pills greatly ld the Cherry pectoral in orcaKin uj coiu. Pryor Ridge. Special to the Ntws. S. 8. Plummer made a flying trip to Tracy Saturday. Sam says he can't work all day Saturday as he has other things to see to. Mr. and Mrs. James Shutters were shopping in Tracy Saturday. Abe Hargis has resigned his position at Pryor Ridge and gone to the East Side. Jake Pyburn says he was $300 short payday. I guess he didn't get in the time. Girls, he is trying to play broke. Sam Plummer says he likes to drive the company team as he gets to see plenty of pretty girls. We are very sorry to hear of Mts, Lew Smith being on the sick list. Her inany friends wish her a speedy recov ery. Misses Janie Harris and Maggie Nunley were oat horseback riding Sunday. Harris Bros, are still logging here. Work is plentiful here now. Any one wanting work come on, you can get $1.25 per day. Don't you think that is good ? Sam Plummer says he wants to spend Xmas here but will have to go to the cove. Wandering Boy. Marked For Death. "Three years ago I was marked for death. A graveyard cough was tear ing mv lungs to pieces. JJoctors rail ed to help me, and hope had fled, when my husband got Dr. King's New Discovery, says Mrs. A. U. Williams, of Bac, Ky. "The first dose helped me and improvement kept on until had gained 8 pounds in weight and my health was fully restored. ' This medi cine holds the world s healing record for coughs and colds and lung and throat diseases. It prevents pneumon ia. Sold under guarantee at Whitwell Drug Co's. 50c ana $1.00. Trial hot tie free. Ebenezer. Special to the Neivs. George and Marvin Smith visited at Crit Webb's Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Qnarles visited Isham Qnarles Saturday night. Walter Webb visited Luther Webb Saturday night. If anybody wants to learn the trade of building a rainbow chimney, go to Will Webb's and watch him. Crit Webb went to Jasper one day last week. Will Hoge gave Jauie Quarles a hcrt call Sunday. Mrs. Frank Lapping called on Mrs, McCollum one day lust week. Mrs Barbara Ruth was at Enoch Mc Collum's Sunday Strawberry. DeWitt's Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve has many imitators. There i one original, and the name DeWitt i on every box. Bes-t salve for bum scratches and hurts. It is especially good for piles. Sold by J. W. Simp son, Jasper, Tenn. le:ul the News, 50u. 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 ser" t- 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. 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 Ihb advertbemtnt tofltther with nam of paper lb which It appear youraalJreia and four cent! to cover portage, and we win tend yew a "Complete Handy Altai ot the World." tCOTT BOWNE. 409 Pearl St. New York COMPULSORY SCHOOL ATTENDANCE (Cvutinued frm tni Fage) out of more men and women every year than we graduate from our secon dary (T) schools. Baby hands are ex tended from hundreds of little hillocks nd mounds of red clay all over tbe county, pointing in shame and deris ion to a living and rotten condition among men which has fairly murdered or insiuied its thousands. The story is simple and gad, but is never laid only in terms of the simple I but honest preacher, "Ood hss called.-" Count 9. OUR SCHOOLS HAVE BEEN LARGELY UNDER THE DI RECTION OF A ONE MAN POWER. It would hardly be well to wind up a series of indictments against tbe general public school conditions of our county without taking some notice of the iua who, wore than any other, has shaped for 17 years the policies of tbe public school system of the county, if indeed it may have ever deserved the honor to be called a system con trolled the wayward and lamb-like eons of the Peace Courts of the county in body assembled, made and unmade teachers in the twinkling of an eye without reference to qualification or character; raised primary "sheep's kings" to various per cent, above par, and otherwise made himself, to para- phase, First, in the Honorable Court: first in the councils of the powers that 1; and first in the hearts of our coun ty teachers. Such is the record of an affable, pol te, well-met, smooth, courteous, soc iable and kind man whom the State Superintendent referred to recently in a speech as a splendid superintendent of schools, judging from the fact that he had "served" the people in that capacity so long. It were unjust in the extreme to charge the present.; incumbent wholly with the conditions that exist in our county. If he has held the office by vir tue of a political pull rather than by virtue of bis fitness and qualification, then tbe fault is all the more the peo ple's. For it is theirs every two years to offer a better man. All over this county there have been grumblings and murmuring against' this man's method of influencing the County court. It is now beyond doubt that no man can beat him for the office. Here in lies the crime of the people. Our county court has undoubtedly been amenable to this man's influence for many years, going so far often as to talk of voting by secret ballot on ques tions that common ethical decency would require the ayes and nays. That he has subjected himself to se vere criticism, prostituting the most sacred cause of the people to political machinations, is undoubtedly true. Whether he has given value received for his compensation is no concern of this paper, but why the county court has not demanded of him more work and made a contract with him for all his time, amply remunerating, are questions that have a shade and shadow about them. And, on behalf of our su perintendent, we might say that we do not recall that any man of all those who have fought for Ms place and failed has been any better qualified than he, so far as mere educational require ments are concerned. But, in conclud ing our endictments, we cannot but feel that this man has had it in his power to turn over his office with the schools in a much better condition that they are. It is our humble judge ment that in view of the opportunities and tho possibilities which the field offers for service, his administration has been an ignominious failure, and deserves the severest rebuke of un in telligent people. Kodol for Dyspepsia, indigestion, weak stomach, sour stomach, gas on tlie stomach, etc , is a combination of the natural digestive juices found in a healthy stomach with necessary vege table acids, and is the only thing known today thst will completely di gest all kinds of food under any condi tion. It is guaranteed to give prompt relief from any form of stomach troub le. Take Kodol and be convinced. It will cure your dyspepsia. Sold by J. W. Simpson, Jasper, Tenn. Elected Officers. SOUTH PITTSBURQ.Tenn.Ddc. 12. At tbe regular council sleep of Mnn tnuk Tribe, No. 9t, I. O. R. M., held in Lodge hull hejre Dec. 1, tbe fol lowing officers were elected to serve for the ensuing term: Fate Hudson, Sachem ; R. L. Taylor, Senior Sach em; John Davis, Junior Sachem; R. H. Tatuiu. Prophet: Dan C. Roger4, Chief of Records; George Cox, Keeper of Wampum. These hunting grounds are getting busy now. They are hav ing some degrees to confer every night. The loilge is a new s t of boys in the buMiieps and would like to have visit ors from all the lodtrei fur and near. Medicine That s Medicine. ,-I have suffer! a good deal with malaria and stoiuucb coini'laitits, lint I have now found h reiifdy that kei-j s me w ell, and thut r-nit'tiy is Elt tif Hitters: a mtiiict!i that is medicine for stomach unc liver trouble, and for rnii down condition-," sayi V. C. Ki''t'er, of nalli: ay. Ark. Ebitric ilitt"rs niify mi l enrich the blood, tone up the uerve. uni inait vigor inn! uiergv to the weak. Yotir money will lie refunded if it fail to help you. .Vki at Whitwell Ding Co'g. BhhI weekly paper in tli L'nit-J Stales: The CiiUnoor Weekly N'. More than lO.Ooo news ifms in i-.tcl. 1 ue. Nothing like it In the whol eoun try. The OatUnoojr Wi-ekly N tnd Thk Skvi'ac'iikk Vt.i.rv Nkwn. one year both lor 1. Subscribe no mmm Tbe Kind You Have Always in use for over 30 years, and i&f7fjl , onal supervision since its Infancy, Y, -eucAxt. Allow no one to deceive you hi this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Jnst-as-good" am but Experiments that trifle with mid endanger the health or" 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 Pleasaut., Ifc. contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness. 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 ' Tbe Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS. J Bears the The Kind You toe Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. TNC OlilT.U COMPANY. T? MUHMV ITKIt, MCW VOKH CIT. Mother! Look ouU for your Children Health while Ihey are young. n a is a Treat medioine for children. It keeps Vw.lv liver active li in aculd gonfcle manner, you vrill see & Kcstl.Vy color apniy li on thoir choeka, and iilnous for t hoi -a ill bo ajcfii.V' V reEB PRiCE 50c. ' 0 Sqld and Recommended by SEQUATCHIE SUl'PLY I k tiC lT-.Jj rf.i.jilwil.nl'1 . i-ifl"mnatloi nil Pain are .. i ii t r ho-f.. i.inaiiti tm.i prnrfuc a !...;, -ti.t .1"-:, j inuuim nJ pmouc a I ? ' ' r" ' ., ;.. "4 , YiVI fi i ''on. Wh .-rcvor tnore s Rnnav.ro . . .'..mi : ' . ja j,'-.'. ' ' v '',. J n iledattav wheth or cn.'i.e.t b r J'over. ru'.ic. '.'ti .. -, ! , . 'V .' '. l"' j y :' ! I P'i.'H. B irna, lllieuicbtl mi, etc., ihi . i -fit. : tat;". , VV :,' I k . T 't " T relieve IHln and rcsUre Kata.j, tkt) Kiilfc-iukiticu ', if"'7iMf' muat be aubdiwd. il chat cnnn"t be n'itln' 1 ' j,' and used b7 a l-n-g-? nirrv-1 'i t - f t yrmr r1",ic-U.. Tv-f : tf w1 ftonri it r. r i. EXCLUSIVELY UNION i Ail r . ISA BUSH & GE2TS. Clllcaao. that Uofs not have the name II 1 II arTa" j i m i r rrii'iT plate, or you will be gttir.g nothing but a st-.-ncil. " Henl fir aropr of" T':e S;orv of th Ptencil." A! o -aV application and rsoeivaone of onr hiuVftil snuv 'nir er.t frw. ,"in ni.-a in dl umo cupiei t.Triiory. Fipni piii-'n'yt dirwt t c- .''init., .'r? r.i aD'l e; I'." pr.n 1 1. C..1;! rAT- i -. j -; EQU ACH ILE WATER WORKS. RESIDENTS of Sequatchie have all the jriviliire in oonnectW.n with with water service y t ny first eta citv Tbe sttj.j.lv is tak en Irnin C'limberlaii.l Mouitin from Priti :5.r0 feet ir I.vtion. Three tnile uf ic arn now lai, Rrd ; hr. Ncu, 3f Bought, anil which hag heen has borne the signature of has been made under his per- Signature of 2r STOKE, Sequatchie, Teeing -JT" ' ;"" i ' s - . v. . j . ,i :mi- t 't Tha most oohnlar al the aqt. Strlctif h.'qh-nndt. htvlr.a tt'fiusands f artitiie andorstnicnta iron we i known mu sicians. ur-i In aver lour hundred nusllc tcnooii &'Vl our thraa hundred contenatories at rnuiic. LABEL PIANO MANUFACTURED x t . 1 I ,4 cast in the plate. I'.uy no piano of the real nianufactur. rcast in the . - onlv soc a ear I wane jou nim lor Clin'-'.