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h 1 .! W U 3 r v.- I ; ,4 FSSsil C. F.. Eiaj, Water Valley, Ilisc., Ci.r(. J by flyer' fi.,- "I'm- Ave years. I si inti'iI untold mi'rry frnin i;iiim1 u- Hi,' mutism. I trial every knnWIi lininlv, rilin.ii!il tllfi tiCSt physi- ci.ins. visiti-U llul S riui's. A ik., tins'! times, upending Si xv) tiici c, I .'.Hides flucturs' bill; 1 lit i-dtilil cl'tiUii on.y le'i jni;ti y relief. My lli'Ml voiS Wi'.fctrd fiv ;:y :iti lliat I V. Htllti'il onU nin ty II. roe pnnnlsj my li ft nnn and -i were iliawu our. of sliane, tlio mubtles I!. ). Rog' To IllOVtd lo WhitWell Hun OiMOay I'lm in lur Stoi-rfi r this week. 1 ' "Ilovv lonr does, it take '.o make one .Mr. i'.. u: j.ropny is uoing as of tUt,KV Uluiuifucuirer in re- i Well its could be expected. spouse to an inquiry, repurt-s the ISos- Wiil liohoand WlfH ot Ttlllhoma , ,0" Transorinl. "Wei!, it depem! eu i , . v . : . 1 tlrelv u iwj ti eii'ciitn: tiiinees. It is jiot u are now rtBidtmts ol V icU.na. , , , ,i . ,iui,;, r,rr I media n lea I operation, t lie iinisliitijr ou O. M. lirowtl and J. B. Woinack ' of a wax mode.! af tru to life us this. Nonrn. 5:26. p. m. SoU Hi. 8:08 a. m. 1 F V 71 bel-ip twisted np tn knots. I wns unable to 4licH invseii. except wi;li sistnnt, and conlil only lioliMe :ihoi:t by i:Mii a cane. I lin'l )i' appetite, mul was assnreil, by the doctors, that I could not live. The pains, at times, were no av, fe.l, that I could prorme re'uu only by means of hypodermic Injec tions of Morphine. 1 hail my limb bandaged In clay, hi sulphur, in ponKIci s; but llioso pivs only tentponry reliel. After trying fv.-ythinjr, !ind sullerliij; the most awful tortiii-es, 1 brp-in to take Aycr's Sarsnparilia. Insiils of two nioiith.'i, I was able to walk w ithout a cane. In three months, my limbs tiOK'in to strentrihen, and in the course of a year, 1 was cured. My weight has increased to 103 pounds, and I am now able, to do my full dav's work as a railroad blacksmith." took in Hit east Bide of the rivt-r j last .Sunday. W. A. and Mausie Brown were visiting their uuelo Mr. B. Alder liift Sunday. J. C. Gross will start work on bis new residence vt-ry soon. There will he another wedding in Victoria soon. J. B. Woinack wants to buy feathers, duckV. fj;eest". or turkeys' featheiai. ChicUcuH not .wanted. If you want a good hair cut or shave, call or J. R. Abies. We understand Mr. E. B. Ander son will move into the Davenport house tjov,n. Tw ol our leading citizens ex pect to go into the lisli business soon. Blue Jay. TA '7 Fill w r.. 3 The Only Vorid's Fair Sarsnpariita. AiJi'S FILLS cure ttoUacftS. Wlutwell. Mr. Clint Strand left Monday for Shfclimonnd A nice line of umbrellas at Pryor & Ilarrid' Store. The best line of mens' and boys' clothing ever brought to VVhitweil, I'ryor & Harris. Pryor fc Harris have a nice lot of Spring bonnets. (Jail and see them. Lige Dvkes has sold his home here to Tube Tipt 'ii and has mov ed bisiainily to New Hoje. Remember that Prvor & Har ris nave honey lo make the child ren smile, at only 9 ce'its per lb. Pryor & Harris will weigh your meal, potatoes, bran uinl in fact all goods which are bought and sold by weight. Where can we get our boy a suit of clothes? Pryor & Harris will Fell you a suit costing from. 75 cis to eii;ht dollars. Mr. W. II. Dougni! and wife, and the Misses Ethel, Bessie and Bern ie, of Jasper, were- visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Smith last weeii return ing to Jasper Monday. A. VV. Criuk'Jtt and family have gone to Decheni, lenn., wliere they will spend a few months in visit- intl home foiki?. Mr. Crockett ex pectt to again embarK in the mer- chantiie business alter taKing a lew months rest at home. Sidney Ketner of Oak Grove was in the city Tuesday. Mr. Ed. Brophy who was hurt in the boiler explosion near Whitwell last week, was brought home Satur day and is improving as rapidly as could bo expected under th circum stances, though he will not b able to leave his room for a number of of days yet. It seems that "moving" is all the rage in the city this week. Mr. Richard Bobo and wife will occupy the 15. Alder hot.se; l' I). Anders.tu will occupy a part of Mrs. Daven ports house; W, A. Turner will come back to hi old homu as soon as J. V. Gros can complete his new residence; B. B. Rogers will move to Whi'well in a tew days. Other changes will be made shortly. Sid Ketncr and J. B. Woinack spent Sunday evening in Whitwell, but alas, what did they wiu. Hiss Jtinie Ketner passed through our city Tuesday eu route to Whit well: : Rev. J. 31. Wooten of Whitwell was in the city Tueiday. Mis Icie Gott of Whitwell Rpent last Thursday in visiting Mrs. B. F. Bndgman. 3Iiss- Etta Lew-is went to South Pittskurg Tuesday. Mr. and 3Irs. B. F. Brigman and little daughter, Ethel went to Chat tanooga iiaturday return ug 3Ionday. 3lark Brown spent Sunday even ing at Oak (iiove. T. S. Turner of the "ridges" was in the c'ty Tuesday. CUarley Ketuer will leave this wek for AlbuquerqKe, X. 31. llono. 811(1 he jointed lo the bust of al:iu;;U ing child, wlio-e i,..:y neck and bright eves unre frnu ;-d by clusteri up curls. "To make tlitf out niu; have studied amitoniy, as v.c!! iif drnwiutj and mod eling. We Wegin in the same way us a sculptor would to make a statue. Aft er the wax Ims eooied Che eyes ure put In, the face is 'madv up," as theatrical folks say. and the wijj is fustcned on, and the wooden body is shaped. We make all our hands and feet from life, and they cost about ten dollars. If we have an order for an entire figure we always model it from life. The life sue wax ffo-ures of infants are amony th finest tilings we manufacture, and they add much to the attractiveness of a show window, as was illustrated lust win K-r. when a Washington strewt 're tail dealer displayed one dttritwr the holiday seusom. The head and shoii ders, such as are seen in the milliners- windows, cost from IW to s. 15. Ihe wig; makes conisiderable diiT'ercnce in the price, as we use the best hair, and it is expensive, especially the natural blond, which is scarce. The children's heads cost $20. or thereabouts. "All tlie finishing-off iinnrninable." he continued, "would not utake n i'r.fira stand the test of a season behind the glare of n g'!a'.- unless the wax bus a natural pink tinge. The reason some of the models took bo deathly is be cause the wmx Is bad umd not properly olored. nnd flesh tin'la are put on in udditiou." FOR t Your Stomach's Sake CHEW '.'f'T To kep our grer.t factory I j 'jBif y a .;,'"".V H busy, and introduce early our hjW- ' j . A'i Xy ' did "J8 models we have conluded to f ' " if goid for tie ;L Peppsrm::-.'.. jf JUDGED CY THEIR WALK. t'fice Komel luicx iJidlpolen liie ('bar lii'tor f ie (,lrl. You Ik'.tp seen llio w onian who jerks '.:vr head as she vn!J;s, 1 suppose? 'IT.p habit is not uncommon. cnl on close ac-HuaintitiK-i' you will t',r,d that a woman nioieted is given to fickleness. She l rifles a little too much with love, and is just the v. cmnn H tr.Ks a good ht:s band and be s-nrry afterward, says the IloBton Traveler. The quiet in an v 111 never he happy with tl:e w oman who digs her heels into the pavement and seitrries along ns if hhe were, running n race. Sho is luist-nes-s-like ond'niost likely th woman to succeed in trade niTairs, but her man ner is one of those simple things that worry the quiet man to death. The girl who cannot walk without pkipping is a very cheerful girl and en joys li te with much the same gusto as the girl with an elastic step who tips on her toes At every stride. But perhaps tli girl we like most is he girl with the brisk, musical walk, who loves to pi?ep for a moment into shop windows and thn walk briskly on, and who goes through life with the fixed resolve of peMing the most pleusitre out of every- I thifcg. IHlll nnj-Vryy In Afrle-n. The Irish dot key has covered him self with flory in South Africa, where he is in great demand, nays the Phila delphia Itaenrd. His toughness lanjhs to scorn the kseUse 1'y. so fatal to cut tie nnd horses, and all the other insec tivorous pests of that region, nnd In the inntter of diet, he is as accommodating as at home. There is, in consequence, a great boom in tb Irish "moke" market. There is nothing so gcx. uioiiliu II a. uiAiA iia ro-twi Etch tablet of Soda Mint Gum ji contains two grains of chemically J pure soda combined with peppermint. 5TP1STLY K!SH RM. j BEST CUfol jylADS The Proof of the PucIJ;ng Is ia th: ' Eating. TRY SODA mimt ' L At'.iseptic Reiines the B: zk 'lu Retains Flavor Forever. 1 A make a marvelous otTer direct to the rider. L For 3o Uays we will ell samples of our well '98 bicycles at not C0i.t to manufac- f ' ture and Trill ship, C. O. D. on approval to an v addresa on rcceint of the nominal i sum of $1.00 (if west of Denver, fS). This-ii? Q deposit is icrcly to show good faith or. purtliaer's part; if you don't want to send money in advance, send your express agent'i guaranty for charges one way and we will pay them the other if yo;t don't waut the wheel. fg ETBf JJ W.1 UuihMt itmilo, enihiKlj inuovcrj' late i:iproviw WHITWELL DIRECTORY. Srd Suns i mmtol value, 1'4 i.ich imported tuhiiu;. flusli joiiiU, improved two-pioce crankB, owh ercirn, lur.-to dotacliul lo BprockoU, luindsomflBt finish nnd d8CrUon, Morgan i Wright, quick repuir tiroe, uingl or double tuba, Mgh Rrado equip- tf . imt. Special p.ice on aauple. HM liflU WiA .Knjflish and Dutch syndicates having IBCB liCGIUI ulrendy invested 25.000 in donkey Caroline Chapel. The protracted nn-eti.ig at this place closed last Thursday niht with a good results. V hud a glorious meeting with thiny-nine con versions anu several accessions to the church. Mrs. Mary Rankin and family of Whitwed was visiting relatives in our vicinity hist wek. fv" I X'T 'ty,, ,iwf I v It mm r U" .IV THE misery of sleeplessness can only be icanrra dv tiioso wo nave cxyerl encetllt. Nervousness, sleeplessness, Vi.nnl'i plia fionrnlirtfi nnrt t.Vinfr. Til li;p! .1 tlip Rev. White frotia up the Valley' fecliuixof unr.st, can surely bo cured by Dr. b( gall a protracted MReting at the Miles' Restorative Nervine. So certain is or. lunejoi mis tact tnai an aruc;ioti are authorized to refund price paid for tbo first bottle tried, providing It does not benelit. Mrs. Henry Druns, wife of the well known blacksmith at Grand Junction, Iowa, suys: 'I was troubled with sleeplessness, nervous ness, headache and irregular menstruation: suffering untold misery for years. I used various advertised remedies for fema!com plaints besides being under tl.o caro of local physicians, without help. I noticed iu I)r. Miles' advertisement the testimonial of a lady cured of ailments similar to mine, and I shall never cease to thank that lady. Her testimonial induced me to use Dr. Miles' Nervlno and Nerve and Liver Pills, which restored me to health. I ciuuiot say tnocith New Church near H. Vinzani's last Friday night. May the good wt.rs go on. L. M. Hensoir, of South Pittsburg was visiting his best irl Sund.iy. Miles Merritt and family of Vic toria were visiting at II. C. Harris iaut Saturday and Sunday. . Wiley Spangler has a very sick child at this writing. Remember Bro. 1 louts' apoint mentaiMt. Parnassus next Sun . d.i v at 1 1 o'clock. I desire lo al et to tl.e merits of C tniiiibt rl. in s Cough Remedy as out of the ni st vaiiuVr and eili cient pr p t' .lions on maiket. It broke a.; Tetediiigl' ! hum coug'n for me m I ho-..'-. :"i ; gistitu le then for, 1 desire to in form you that I will never be without it and yon should It-el proud of the high tt,'ui in which your Remedies are held by pep in genera!. It is the only rt mcdy in ten thousand. Success to it. O. R. Downy, Editor Democrat, Al bi..n. Ind. Forsile by Brown iV Grab a m. CHURCHES. C. P. CIIUUCII meeting Sunday 11 am and 7 pin. day school 9 am. J. M. Wooten. Pastor. MISSIONARY BAPTIST church Meeting 2nd Sunday 11 am and 7 pin: Union Sunday school ) am. T. F Hale, Pastor. M. E. chureh, South Meetintr 1st Sunday 11 am and 7 pin. Union Sunday school 9 urn. II. C. Clemens. Pastor. CHRISTIAN church Meeting Saturday night before -t'.h Sun day 7 pin. 4th Sunday 11 am and 7 pm. Sunday school '2 pm. J. 11 Johnson, i'tior LODGES i Whitwell Lodge, No. 5G3, F. & A. tn. meets 1st and ord hatunlay nights at 7 pm. B. F Cowan. W. M; W. A. Pryor, Sec; 0. W. Chastain. Treas. Olive Branch Lodge No. 52. I. 0. 0 F. meets every Fridav night 7 pm. T. M. Eakin. N." G, T. P. Dufl, Sec: JlFHooper. Treas. Powha'tan Tribe No. 24, Improved Order of Red Men meeti every Tuesday night 7 pm. Jus. S Hooper, Sachem; J. C. Eaiev, C. of R: II. II. Turner. K. of W. Lauiel Ladge' No. 98 K. of. P. meets every Tuesday night 7 pm. W. A. Levan, C. C; J. S. Hooper. V. C; J. Q Ketner, K. R. S. liocust Camu Woodmen of the! World,, meets every Thursday night 7:3U pm. O. W. Chastain, C. C; C. Livingston, Clerk; W. A. Pryor, Banker. Custer Conchve No. 26, R. of W. S. meets every Saturday night, 7 pm. Alf.Painter, R. C; Richard flesh in Clare. Tir.rif.rarv nnA T.imerick "C,M- . f...-,r. clone, nnd n row branch of industry Is Laurel Rebecca Lodge No. 07 I. O. openiHg up to the Irish farmer. p ." r y A splendid niachinB, cqr.al to nny for etirvioe and not y rinninn. Ht 1 H inch ...1 m-ainler tabing, two pieoc erankn, arch crown, detaelmbln iprM-li,.t, finely lui. ilni' nud IceoraUil, Morgcui & Wriuht, quick repair tires, tingle r doublo tube, hi," .". in cqiiipmeut) Ourepeeiul sample price 52l.(rJ. tl ''JftTlife Best medinm urade for 1'9S. Vi inoh tnbiiiR, tprk rl and deroratcd, arch liiliJill crown, dnnt-iiroof beariniKi, ball retainers, bt lndiuua or Now yv llruiisv-H k tiros, standard eqnipintut. Hpocinl price ia sauipl 3l7.UU. NOTE. Choce of Color, Style, Height of Frame, Gear, etc. Fully Guaranteed. Yon will be i-nrprlsed at the apponrnnee and quality of these whoola. Don't wnit, order now whi!" thin offer is open. Tricia will be mneh higher soon. Yon can miike Big Money as our Atrcnt, si llinx for as. Wegiveonr agents ciiuioe ot cash, the free use of a sample whi el, or i.Ut of a wheel, according to work done. Do You Want Cheap Wheels? V'e hr.vo ui.uib' -sof 18land 1897 modul wheels ot various makes and MAAin tM (( atyli-a, some a little shop-worn, bat all new Jllfi.W IU JUU.oU. Whe ;!s Slightly Used, Modern Types, - $8.00 to $12.00. Oar bhslnnns Bnd rpntation are known tlironpthont tha conntrf. References, any of the 6i;reso cruipauies, or any bank in Chicago. Art Catalogue tree. Secure aoncy at once. The J. L. Mead Cycle Co., - Chicago. TKE.WHITE BS WHEiS THE lQet B1PAANL !OBl!Mfl fNh EVEM WHEJS Tf .E 3LEJ0H-BELL6 iTtl E wfffl BTE 54 H mop a. 0 -n-vt -Kit. i: iwr iMi8i;ijriii hup1 u&m T' 'fy - V wrryt "i r .9- ; X? faKjVV. ' I r-. "- hiii ' pw" mssm mm' . a - jwgwmr.' fr 1 i.-wmaaam: i .y r ti-f- """ij therms' or r'oniHrntlvv Fertility. A Yorbsbii-e ninn and a I-eicesters-hire mnn vere nrffulnpf as to the superior fertility of their respective counties. Thel.eieestershire man declared that he could turn a horse into a newly -mowed Held in bis county and the next morning- the p-iass would have p-rown above his hoofs. "Pooh! that's nothing," cried the Yorkshire man. "Yo may turn n horse into n field in Yorkshire find not be able to find him the iwxt morning." O. F. meets every Wednesday night 7 o'clock. Mrs Nancy A, Eakin, N. G; Mhh Belle Custer, Sec; Mrs. Laura Hooper, Treas. McmF!! A and Pi -o? for Dr.MIies'I'-einedies " PTSfiptHJr" Dr. MileV Kemi dies i -s Of. ''il Ki MUes - - are sold by all dru pists under a positive puu'-i.nu-e, first bottle bi'iu fus or money re funded. UiKii; on dis eases of tlie heart and nervifrce. Address, Dli. MILEd MLDIL'AL CO.. Elkbart, lad. flestores , Health ; Not ire. The Democratic) Executive Com ini:tce of Marion County Term, are c.iPe i to meet at Jasper, March '20, j a pbee ot honor in our otliec, and thank the donor. tonry for ofnelnly. The reb-rinn pov.rnmcnt oilers a prize of .TlO.l'OO to anyone win will dis cover a chemical that w ill tahe the place of white phosphorus In ruatch-mnldng. Honesty and Virtue. There is more honesty and v'.t-iS contained in a liottle of Salvation Uil, than in any other liniment known. "Mrs. A. Fiedler, 2SC1 Paletliorp St., Philadelphia, Pa., confirms this truth: She found Salvation Oil to be an ex cellent remedy for rheumatism, stiff joints, bruises, etc., and thinks it should always be kept in the house." Don't listen to the dealer's arguments in favor of a substitute. lnsit on get tiug Salvation Oil, it costs only 25 ct3. The News takes much plra'-'tre in acknowledging the rt ceipt at the hands of Mr. P. A. Bml -r, :f a pen and ink drawing by his friend, Mr. Copeland of Boston, illustrating the accident which befell Jim Camp and the mule w hu h was so graphically described in the News. We five it MAILS. Mail south leaves oflice 7;!5 am, i :i i . it;.... a Ai ... iinii nuriii leavt'B uuicti 1.10 nn. f3-S-0pcn during all business hour. n. hum-, r. .u lvys at I l o clock a. m piiriiiise t f notii'catin or a 1 l;ui to in fin in -jto c.didii! ,i;.... - for the arranging atrii for tl e Minous Vonntv oith'f-n. All coii'li d itr for nou.in i'ion will please meet the ConimiUce that d iv. Alk Pkviii:. C'li.i.i tn .in. Dr. William Schtilt, of Cleveland Tt-r.n., ha tngaged tic V:idt ciio-.tge in the practice tt me .icine here. RAILROAD TIME TABLE. . Train South leaves ...7:45 am Train North leaves 4:58 pm 0 VV. Chastain, Agent fES GREATEST BOOK OF THE AGE I Should be in Every Home and Library. $ Flic's lis History N ffrittBn by Fit-ht Hon. WHHm Fwart nifidtonB, Kx-Preaiier of tiriat Uritiiui and Ireiniitl. ( ' L!-tr, t'iUi;.; liJV. A. If. !Sat'o, yueen'ii t'(ilite. Oxforti, f".nK.; Itcv. Siiiniiol lm I'tirtist, I). l . Oinuo Thcoloiriotil S' ininnry. I lacan III,; b're deru VV . 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TING! r I Rr.E: jo.oo Ii dOID, Y (j 1 1 fi (T BloK.Uold Watch, Diamond UM,lO Umf, or a b.iinfiMhip m PI ljiMUKiion & PrifciKai nuMntfa Tirtr Ci)iit,;e, Nciivluc, lclin.or u xVw lexiikaun, 'lc., or sitiol-ar-'iipln i..,iit any oincr rcvuitat'le Inntiiiri" col li. e or liter.i-r m..iuoI in th C. S.can 1 rri t v dniniia liu'if ..tlt nt hnm f.r the Vouiha' AiU-.,-i:.' fit, I hl.Malp 1 fcrf-ml-TTimilh 1 V i'Xiriial. It i 1 1 vii'.r.ij in r'-ara.-irr, nior-it in tin. uJ ! . til i i -ii era-n,i:y i!it'TC:ifi; aiM nrifsiaoic i' y.juim l.oll.e on Aialiani.l .W1U.-, and villi t'oi.i-. iit rwl i:h inu-ret n1 tiroft hr t'- 1 ,ie ot uil act-. .Htnru aiu oinrr HiKnr'.iiii , 13.1'Hf wrll I'hut'-iir.t ?.imtitciipirlit Irrf. Ami wuntr.l. A t.lies V .nitriff AJwate l"iih. I lu, JjHh.ic, li.au. Mtulioa Uap.ni J SEQUAGHEE WATER WORKS. Oillce: Marion Ilone. Kenidentu of Sequnch have all the privi'igea in con rectinti vi ri Water Serviifr; equal to any tirt cUcm ity. The euiipiv if taken from Cntnberlund Mountain trotn t-pnrii 35U- fe. t elevation. Thre mi ea ot pipe are i.mv laid. i- i