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r I II ll HEM lk x How is this? Perhaps slecp'css nights caused it, or arid, or sick ness, or perhar-s it vascare. No matter what the cause, you cannot with to look old at thirty. Gray hr.ir 3 starved hair. The hair bulbs have been deprived of prorcr food or proper nerve force. t V;; -:'; y..:M i 'sA Increases the circulation in the scalp, ives more power ta the nerves, eupplics ir.iss ing elements to the hair bulbs. Used according to direc tions, gray hair begins to show color in a few days. y J Soon it has an tnc sonnets M and r'.chncss of youth and I -la the color cf early life returns. Ivp Would yiiii like our book i on the Hair? We will gladly send it to you. Write usT If vou do not obtain all the benefit you expected from the Vijor, write the doctor about it. Me may ue aoie to suggest something cf value to you. vaaress, ur. j. Ayer Co., Lowell, Mass. Upper Sulphur Spring. Special to the News, The rain SalurJiy was very much ap preciated. bert .Smith wint to Whilwull !Sit- uid y. Mr. und Mrs. I'at.o Smith sire visiting hero this week. Miss Stella Carlton Is low with ty phoid over. Quito a nuinbt-r from hnre attended tlio picnic at Wliitwoll July 4lh. Mr. H. L. Carlton was in Whitwell Saturday. Miss Lizzie. Richards and Dot wore in Whitwell Saturday shopping. Mr. G. II. Coffolt and family aru visit ing Mr. and Mrs. liridRcs tUi week. Mr. T. A. Shelton and daughter Miss Dora, wont to Whitwell Saturday. Miss Flora Urooks spent a fw days at Looni'y a Creek this week. Miss Willie Prifrraoro was in W'hi:- well Saturday shopping. Mr. Jimraie Smith, of CuattanoojrH, is visiting his brother, Mr. 0. D. Smith. Misses llallio and Lena Smith went to Whitwell Saturday. A number of young people from this place attended the ice cream supper at Oak Grove Saturday night. Miss Lassie ISrooUs went to Whitwell Thursday. Messrs. Leonard Richards and John Hamilton attended the service at Cedar Spring Sunday. Mrs. T. A. Shelton is in poor health. Mrs. A. K. Bailey visited Mrs. J. B. Brooks Sunday. Mr. Sam Tryor is hituhinpr his horso at Mr. O. D. Smith's. A grand picnic in the grovo at Sul phur Spring July 27. Everybody in vited to attend. Music by string band. LlTTI.H Rosk. Lower Supluir Springs.' Spfcial to tno News. Tho rain Saturday made the farmers lock choorful once more. Quito a ntiinbiT of tho youngsters of this place attended tho ieo cream sup per at Kotner's mill Saturday ni'ht. They report a jolly good time. Mr and Mrs. Lafayette Smith of Dun lap, visited their daughter, Mrs. W. V. Sh'-lttn Friday and Saturday. Mrs. (i. D. Smith and daughter, Lena, went to Whitwell Saturday shopping. Mrs. Lizzio and Dot Richards wont to Whitwell Saturday. 1! F Bryson and Sam Herbert went to Whitwell Friday. Mrs Kelly Bailley was visiting her parents, Mr and Mrs J V Richards Sat urday. Mr and Mrs Q S Brown visited tho latters parents at McNahb Mines Wed nesday. Miss Dora Shelton was visiting her aunt, Mrs II C Grayson Monday. Mr (J W. Bryson and .family wero vis iting at G. D, Smith's Sunday. Mrs J E Prigmoro and daughter. Miss May went to Whitwell Saturday. W J Sholton spent Saturday night with his aunt, Mrs. II. C, Grayson. Alton Bryson and sister, Miss Mava visited their aunt, Mrs Sallio Bryson Friday. Miss Stella Carlton who has been very sick tho past week, is butter. Mrs Ruth Grayson visited her sister, Mrs. T. A. Shelton, Thursday. Mr B B Alder and wife, Mr. Leonard Richards and sister, Miss Kittie, spent the 4th at Whitwell. Jumho, Town of G!obe, Arizona, Burned. Phoenix, Ariz., July 2.--The ruin ing town of Globe, one liuntlrec miles east of Phoenix, has been almost to tally destroyed by fire. The loss is heavy. The wires are down and particulars are unobtainable to-night. Three "Papeis a Week. FOR ABOUT THE PRICE OF ONE OBITUARY. Died Juno 17th, 1001, at hor homo in Bontonvillo, Ark,., Margaret Jane Max well noo Kolly, in tho Goth year of her ago. It is said that death loves a shining mark, and in this case tho saving IS truo, for tho lato Mrs. Margaret Jano Maxwell was a beautiful and accom plished woman. Margarot Jano Kelly was born in Ma rion county, Tonn., Feb. Jl, is:;7. When about 17 years of ago sho professed fnith in Christ and united with the C, P. Churob. She was first married to Henry Shel ton of Tonnessoe, in 1S57. Soon after tho Civil War Mr. Shelton died, and about 1S70 sho was married to W. II. Cowan of Tennessee, and soon thereaf ter they moved to Benton county, Ark. This relation continued but a fow vears when Mr. Cowan died. About the year 1S80 she was married to J. W. Simmons, of Bonton county, Ark., who in a short time also died. In August, 1880, sho was married to 0. I). Maxwell of Bontonville, Ark. To oach of these she was a faithful and loving wifo. Ilor husband and two sisters, Mrs. W. G. Spangler, of Marion County, Tonn., and Mrs. N. S. Cowan, of Indepondenco County, Ark., survive her. She lived tho most of her religious lifo in the communion and fellowship of tho C. P. Church, and died an accept able member of that church. For moro than forty years of her lifa she was afilicted, and during her last years agroal suH'irer, but her afflictions and tribulations only worked out for her tho graco of patience, and pationco, experience, and experience, hopo. In tho Christian's faith and in tho Christian's hope she died peacefully and triumphantly, and is at rest with the blessed dead, those who die in the Lord. Ilor remains wero buried in tho Odd Fellows' cemetery in Bontonville, Ark., on the family lot of hor former hus band, J. W. Simmons, Jnno 18, l'JOl. To her grief stricken sisters and hus band, O. D. Maxwell, wo extend our sincere Christian sympathy. May tho grace of God bo suflicient for them and all mourning friends. A FRIEND. It Dazzles the World. No Discovery in medicine has ever created ono quarter of tho excitement that hasbeon caused by Lr. 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The miners of the Walker county sub-district will meet at Jasper, Ala., this week and it is thought they will come to an agreement with the operators of the subdistrict on the basis of the Birm ing district scale. All the miners are well supplied with orders and the outlook is for steady work. Birmingham dispatch, July 9. This paper and the Atlanta Twiee-a-Week Journal for Hero you get the news of tho world and all your local news while it is fresh paying very little moro than ono paper costs. Either paper is woll worth if 1.00, but by Bpeoiui unangGmcnt wo aro en abled to put in both of them, giving throe papers a week for this low price. You cannot equal this anywhere else, and this combination is the host prem ium for tlioso who want a great paper and a home paper. Take these and yon will keep up with tho times. 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