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no Rheumatism: C S. Hag, Water Tails?, Kits., V Aycfs Sarsaparilia for are year. I suffered oatotd mlwry from muMuUr rkwumaUtia. 1 trle4 ertry k on wo restedy, touuliJ the best ahysl Ua, Ulu4 Hot Sprints. Art., three timet, Savedlnf lOt the, lIJS doctor fell Hi bat mJ4 obtaiu Mly temporary rUet Mr tah Ml 4 away to that I vctihrd oir aii4y-tiire poudi: asyleft ,rm 4 vwt 4rawa out el shape. Hie saaselea t is- brn( twisted p la knots. I was noi treat myself, xeet wlia MitaUnee, Ml eould only bobble about lr "ln I Bad 00 appetite, and was assured, br doctor. Mat 1 eould not lire. Thepslni.al , ware o awful, that I eould procure rrltoi only T hypodermic Injeo as of morphine. I had my tlanUs bBtarei te elir. I sulphur, lu poultlcfs; but UitM It only temporsry relief. Afttr trying rrrythlnf. and snbrlin the most awful torture. I b gin to Uko Aytr's 8raprllk. Imlde of two months, 1 ws able without A eane. In three months, my Umt benaa to strenuthttn, son In Uio oourio of a yr, I iu eured. My weight has increased to jfls pounds. and I m now able to do my full day's wort m a rallrosd blacksmith. AVER'S fti 8nl Wrtfi fair UwfV. At MM' a rtLlM wro ago Wlutwell. Well, Mr. Editor. I thought I would come down to see voti ooce mor with a little ou-lget of news, ami I will now proro.d t" 'l yu it few of tilt; iritny thins tliat are happening auiimit us Rev. Robert Plie p hn taken to himself a wifaaud new be is wear ing a No 17 collar. The Masonic Lodge elected the following: officers for the ensuing term at their regular meeting held Saturday night. "B F. Cowan W. M., M.C. Pryor, S. W ; H. P. Bry. Hill,' J. VV ;0. W. Chastain, Treas urer; V A fry or, Sec; M. T. Tip too, S. O; J. C. Jones, J. D; B L. Arlfdge. J. II.Gilbreath, Stewards W. H. Bryant, Tyler. Ajoodteam that can pull OTer anyhill. J. T. Smith left some days to "jine the Jnjuna." A. P. Lamb and family have moved and rented their residence to Mr Friend of lictoria, who mov ed to our city Tuesday. Robert Hooper has rented hia place to Jack uarlea and moved acrosa the river. J. C. Kaley lays hit Chriatmai doll can ci y and Itugh open and ahut iu eyta. and you ought to have heard John smile when bewaa talking. I believe John id really in earneat over the doll, and here goa for luck to John hoping that this) will not be tha laat. E. A. Ashburn haa been troubled foraometime with rheumatism and he can hardly get about. O ive Branch Lodge No. 52. I. 0 O. F.. at their resrularlmeeting held Friday oieht ehcted the following oflieera for tne ensuing term: T. M. Eakiu, N. G, Jaa. Rogers, V.G; J. C. Ealy, Sec, Jeff Hooper, Treae. The Odd Fellows are now arranging for the organiiation of a Rebecca Lodge, and a grand supper for Odd Fellows and their families only and they are going to have a jolly tune. Jan 6th la tne date, O ive Branch Lodge No. 52, I. O O. F.. hereby exienda a cordial in vitation to ail Odd Fellows in good htanding to take part in the supper to be at their Hail, beginning Wed ntrsdav. Jan. 6th at 4 p. in. Call on T. M. Eakin, Secretary of Com mittee on Arrangements and pro cure tickets for your family. All the secret orders of Whitwell are getting a holiday hustle on theinstlvta and the prosptcta are bright for a prosperous future. Caroline Chapel. Lynup Diikion moved to Inuian lttst'l huiB'iay. Barna Ellis of Mullins' Cove, was vieitii;g his giandpn last Holiday and reiurnel home Mndtv ac companied by hia uncle, M. A. Alder. Sam Kigore says: "never go to Chattanooga u. trade when you can beat it at Tba f eopia a Store. Victoria. Mrs. Bracken was visiting rela tives at Sulphur Sprii gs this week Mrs John Dickson is still in feeble health. Mr. Will Bharpe thinks he can get his housd completed and ready to move into uy unnsimaa or soon after. Joe Kilgore made a business trip to Whitwell last 1 ueeday. Dr. Hugh Griffith was iu our vU cinity last Satuiday. Mrs. Monroe Griffith and daugh ter, Miss Lottie, were visiting at Wiley Spauglers Tuesday. JJIED. Mary Francis died last Thursday night and the remaiui were interred at the lamiiy grave yard on Saturday at 3 o'clock. The funeral services were conuuciea oy Rev, Couner. I Her death was not unexpected as she had been lingering between 1 life and death for some mouths and vet it came with pecuder sad ness to her many friends and reln tivt-s, but why shuid they wuep when they realize that she hap on ly crotsed the river to await them on the other shore We have known Mary since childhood' She embraced religion when quite voung and joined the M. E. church, iu which she lived a true and faithful enristain until her death. She was loved and es teemed by all who knew her and was a bright example for all her companions, and God has called her home. "We shall sleep but not forever, We shall see a glorious dawn, We shall meet to part no never On the Resurrection more." A FlUEXD. Monteagle. The last concert of the season at Fairrnount, Saturday night, and it waa a grand success. Miss Vadrine McBee graduated at Fairrnount school Saturday night. She is one of Fairmouut's fairest. Mies Esther Francis is at home on the sick list. Miss Martha Lowrie has gone to Jechard to spend a few days. Mr. Howell closed his school for want of some one to teach. Mrs, King and Miss Mary Sm'th were calling on Dr. baylt-s and Mr. and Miss Durrani Sunday after noon. There was a good meeting at the Cbnstiou Endeavor meeting last Sunday, mere was song service at the Union Chutch Sunday night Mrs. Wear leaves Wednesday for the North where she will make her home in the future. It eems we are going to have Christmas with a vengeance this year. There is talk of three Christ mas trees Two more weeks and then vacation And then we'll leave Fairrnount Station, No more beefsteak, No more hash. No more Monteagle boys to mash A Loom TeuncMHt'c Factory Laws, i The determination of thi promo ters of the nt'W knitting mill to lo rate their plnnt five miles south of the city, to place it across the Geor la line, has aroused much speculation among the most level-headed men of Chattonooga. "Why is it?" they ask, "that Cbattai oogans should in vest their money in manufacturing plants to be erected in another State?" The promoters answer that they have secured at the proposed site important and valuable water privileges. The general presumption on the other hand, is that the deciv ion is due to some imaginary advan tage that Oeorgu possesses over Tennessee as a site for manufactories, Llsewhere w? print an important article which presents some new phases of the discussion and which clearly proves that the impression that there is any advantage over Tennessee by locating in tloorgia is altogether fictitious and wholly im aginary. Georgia laws have - no advantage over Tennessee laws with respect to fictories. On the contaary the ad vantage is altogether with our State. Manufacturers in tins Mate who use Tennessee products are exempt from taxes on such output. Cur tax asses sors have been very leniert in valu ing industrial plants, assessing them at 10 to 20 per. cent, of their real value. Manufacturers are allowed in this State an exemption of $1,00 0 on personal property, which is not the cise in Georgia. The lax rate in Tennessee is but a trifle higher than Georgia's not enough at the present ratio of valuation to amount to $5 a year to the average plant. The new phase which the question presents is the liability os Tennessee ( stockholders to a personal tax for shares of stock which they hold in factories located in another State. Some of the leading attorneys at Chattanooga contend that the law is explicit on this point and has been sustained in recent decisions. All fears of double assessment un der Tennessee laws were entirely re moved by the last Legislature, and the last vestige of objectionable leg islation against factories has been e- liminatcd. It is certainly to be hoped that the Chattanooga gentlemen who have a- bout concluded to build their factory in Georgia will carefully weigh these facts and. reconsider their determin ation. ChatUnooga I imes. Cigarette Men Win. Chattanooga, Iec In the case of the St:itj of Tennessee vs. J. Iton- field, charjred with selling cigarettes; from broken packages J 'liZe Clark, of the United States Court, in a de cision rendered to-day, held that the term "original package" could be ap plied to small packages of ten cigar ettes. Iliis etiectuauy souies v cigarette question in Tcnhenee and gives the dealers all the liberty they desire. Without A Rival. Asa positive cure for sprains,brutse8, and pains of all kinds, Salvation Oil has no equal. Mrs. Frauk Juif, 618 Gratiot Ave., Detroit, Mich., writes I "I used Salvation Oil In my family and cau say it haa no rival as a lini ment; It ceitaiuly cures pains. sprained my ankle and It cured me and since then I have always used It for any pains and bruises." Salvation Oil is sold for only 25 cents. No other remedy will do the work as promptly. Vv ANDY CATHARTIC awantm n .bibw m a saiw. n mo CURtCOHSTIPATlOH ALL DRUGGISTS ABSOLUTELY 6UUUTEED XttiZ&SteStt f l M konklt Ttw. IS. STTKU1U CKI (., rhlrarn. Montreal. .. rS . " The Columbian Cyclopedia. 3SVluaaa. 1,500 Illustrations. 8.600 Page. the largest American Cyclupedia. I Includt-s an Unabridged Dictionary. iron ounces an i tiles. Volumes of handy size The largest and latest Maps. I n tor nmi ion right down to date. 1 You can keep up to the times by v adding an Annual each year. After hearing some friends couiii'naliy prauing Chamber laiia Ci'lic, Cholera and Diar r' - e Remedy, Cunii Fleck, of A i. li- in, California, (Urchured a buttle of it tor his own use and is low as eiitnusiastic imr its wotidf rful work a auyoi e van b. The 25 and aU cent sizes for sale by C. II. Davidson. RAIL-ROAD TIME-TABLt. North. 5:26. p. m. I South. 8:l8 a. m. Miscellaneous Adv't's. ORDERS taken at this oflice f.-r fresh meat. Delivery Saturdays FOR SALE: 2 story house, barn nnd 3,600 ft. of land" Apply to ThoB. 11. Hill, this oflice. FOR SALE. Farm ol acre within 1 ni of Scqiifchee; 26 acre cleared and a fine bam. Atiulv at the Nkwm oflice. 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