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messed 6 g And is it not due to nervous V J exhaustion? Things always i-JT look so much brighter when we i Y are in good health. How can f.k you have courage when suffer- j Ing with headache, nervous f prostration and great physical I I weakness? J Would you not like to be rid T of this depression of spirits? , Y How? By removing tho A cause. By taking V.- . 'r. W V X ' It gives activity to all part that carry away useless and fioisonous materials from vour body. It removes the cause of vour suffering, because it re ( ) moves all impurities from your btaod. Send for our book on Nervousness. k- To keep in good health you must have perfect action of the bowels. Ayer's Pills cure con stipation and biliousness. Writ to oaf Doctor. Prhpi yoa would Ilka ta ewnnlt iome eminent phyilctans about Tour condltlno. Then writ ui freelv all tha particulars In your cm. Vou will ra ealva a prompt reply, wltoout cost , Addrua, DR. i. C. AVER. Lowell. Mail. , UNION GROVE. Special to the News. Rev. J. C. Lambert filled his regular appointment here Saturday and Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Sharp of Wbitwell, were h ere Sunday. Miss Laura Knox of Wbitwell, is vis Iting friends here this week. Miss Belle Reeves of Whitwell is vls ing friends and relatives at this place. Lookout for the ice cream and lemon' ade supper Saturday July 20th 7 p. m Everybody invited. Little Ollie, the sweet little girl and only child of Mr. and Mrs. Will Griffith of this place, died Friday. The remains were onterred at the Knox cemetery, Rev. J. D. Blllingsley officiating. The bereaved parents have the heart felt sympathy of all. Don't mourn, dear pa rents, for God knows best. He's took little Ollie to heaven to rest. He's freed her from this world of care and took her home for his glory there. The Lord giveth and the Lord taketh away, blessed be the name of the Lord R. F. Rogers went to Whitwell Tues day. Hon. A. A. Taylor, of Johnson City, will write two new lectures, one on "King Solomon" and the oth er, "From Shirt Sleeves to Broad cloth." Athena, Tenn., Jau. 27, 1901. Ever since the first npnconince of my menBes they were very irregular and 1 nuttered with great, pain in my hips, back, Htoniach and legs, with tumble bearing down painn in the abdomen. During the pat month I hare been taking Wine of Cardui and Tliedford'a Black-Dran if lit. and 1 jianed the month ly period without pain for the lirst time in yeaxa. Nan'nik Davis. What is life worth to a woman suffer ing like Nannie Davis suffered? Yet there are women in thousands cf homes to-day who are bearing those terrible menstrual pains in silence. If you are 4 on of these we want to say thai thi same VmE"CARDUI will bring you permar.inl reiitF. Con sole yourself with the knowledge thai 1,000,000 women heve been complete !y cured by Wine of Cardui. These wom en suffered from leucorrhoea, irregular menses, headache, backache, and bearing down pain:.. Vr of Cardui will slop all these aches and pains for you. Purchase a $1,00 bottle of Wine of Cardui lo-day and take it in the privacy of your home. '.r fciWW an,! literature, .t,u-c. s'Tftijr Titip l.nti, "Ih IjuiuV A'lviw.iy i.,,nilM-(U.-lr ChatuuKiotfa .Mt'U.it u, liiuihNva, Tpnn. 1 LOWER HICK'S CHAPEL. pecial to the News. As we hare never written anything for the News we will endeavor to give ou a sketch of what is and part of what has and may hereafter happen at this place. Farmers are nearly all done laying by and we guos they will soon sow urnips instead of seed. J. H. Darker passed through this vi cinity Thursday of last week en route to Whitwell. Joe Pickett went to Whitwell Thurs day of last week. We guess be wanted to make a purchase of Arbuckle coffee. Well, if be did that was his business and not mine. James Hicks went to Whitwell last Thursday, and Joe Burnett likewise. James Williams made a round trip to Whitwoil last Friday. We guess he bad Arbuckle in view as it is a very popular coffee with him. Our constable, Wilson Williams went to mill Friday. I see where he was right. Will Pickett and wife of Sulphur Springs, spent several days In Dry Val ley last week visiting relatives. We took the following very interest ing short note from a sermon delivered at the Chapel Sunday at 11 a. m. by Rev. Buck Shirley of near Wbitwell. "Blessed is man who has tho gift of telling the truth, for it is ono of God's best gifts though telling it caused the the death of Christ, and thousands of martyrs who, for their faithfulness and love of the truth, were burned at the stake. The only way to get out of self is to tell the truth.' We have seen many wicked people get angry because they could not prove wrong, right. My advice to you brethren and sisters, is to stand for the truth where ever you go among friend or foe. It ono would possess the wonderful gift' of making friends, love and be of the world, and. pray on the corners of the streets, as the hypocritical Pharisees did to got the praise of men, and lose sight of the fact that truth is the stuff that martyrs are made of and that Jesus gave his dis ciples the truth and the world hated them. In the memorable words of Sol omon, A merry beart doetu good like a medicine." Rev. Buck Shirley took dinner with Joe Pickett Friday. Joe had purchas ed a nice lot of fish and therefore he gave the parson a welcome invitation which was gladly accepted by the par son as he is very fond of fish. Bob Ridge and Willio Hicks caught an eel Friday morning that weighed four pounds. They say they are going to put up a shoe string faotory. We wish the lads success in their enter prise and would like to try a sample pair from the factory. Fishing and blackberry picking seem to be the order of the day since the miners at Whitwell quit work. Dr. A. W. HiUiard pf Whitwell, pass ed through this vicinity Friday, We learned that he was going to see one of his patients, Mrs. Geo. W. Pickett, of Hickory Grove. Dr. E. A. Burnett, the chronic dis ease specialist of Hickory Urove, pass ed through this vicinity late Friday evening en route home from South Pittsburg where he has been praotlcing medicine for sometime. Carl Grayson of Dry Valley, went to Chattanooga on business Friday. We nave been informed that our blacksmith, James Bailey, and family visited his father-in-law, Dr. E. A. Bur nett, of Hickory Grove Friday. Won der how many Jim son-in-laws the Dr. is going to have. He now has two, Jim Morrison and Jim Bailey. We are sorry to note that our J. P., Frank Price, is going to open an efflce in Whitwell. We hoped when elected he would serve us, but we see that Whitwell is too magnetic for Frank to stay here. 1 bo boys here talk of organizing a non-sweaters union. If they do they wont have anything to do but to visit newspaper correspondents, break up dogs and cats and appreciate a .bower. Won't we be flying when Bob Ridge and and Willie Hicks get the shoe string factory in operation and the non-sweat ers union is fully organized. Wo are glad to have such enterprises talked of. Newsboy. It Dazzles the World. Jo Discovery in medicine has ever created one quarter of the excitement that has been caused by Lr. King's New Discovery for Consumption. It's se verest tests have been on Hopeless vic tims of Consumption, Pneumonia, Hem orrhage, Pleurisy and Bronchitis, thou sands of whom it has restored to perfect health. For Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Croup, Hay Fever, Hoarseness and Whooping Cough it is the quickest sur est cure in the world. It is sold by W. A. Turner, Victoria, whoguarantee sat isfaction or refund money. Large bot tles :0c and 51.00. Trial bottles free. Whitwell Drug Co., Wbitwell. WANTED Trustworthy men and wo men to travel and advertiss (or old es- 1 tablinhed bouse of solin financial Bunding. Salary, 7-( a year and ex penres. all payable in caxb. No can vassing required. Give references and enclose self-addressed envelope. Ad dress Manager, 355 Cazton lild?., Chi cago. Mr. Duck Wootcn wa. killed y COPPINGER COVE. Special to tbe News. The mud up here is shoe mouth deep. I mean tbe dost We have plenty to eat up here, I mean plenty little, Mrs. Copplnger went back home Fri day to Sweeten'a Cove. The old lady is getting quite feeble. Mrs. Curtfs Is as ill as the fice and the flee is as mean a Mrs. Curtis. The biggest rattler is dead. Mrs. J it- 11a Ramsay shot It in her yard. Everything up here is laying by and resting in the shade. It has been a sure crop of late a drouth. Look for a cold Christmas. Mrs. Curtis makes her coffee out of quarrels and settles it with a fuss. We like sweet corn, but oh, if we haven't had a few days lately of a roast ing ear. Tbe hardest thing we find is to keep cool, We enjoyed a lively two days meet ing Saturday and Sunday at Wash Dix on's. It was your fault that you did not share with us. Rev. Dugan con ducted services. Rev. Boston was with us Sunday night. Mrs. Dugan and family were at the meeting, as also Mrs. Ellle Curtis and family. Mrs. Ellen Carnes was visiting her mother Sunday and was at meeting. The drouth Is hore And here to stay, There will be nothing made So they say. But live in hopes, Pray night and day, It will come right In the Lord's own way. May Heaven bless us In these dry times, And help our song And fitly rhyme. And may we labor In the right way, And have good luck Our debts to pay. Well, fall of the year will soon be here and it will find a proud fashion able nation. How many of us are ready to meet tbe winter of death. There seems to b a general labor strike as well as a drouth. A stinging scorpion stung Mrs. Cur tis tbe other day above the eye as she was drying her face on a towel. It scar ed her worse than it hurt. The wator up here hasn't rose yet but Coppinger says it will when his melons get ripe. "Sanging" is all the go up bere as it fetches a good price. You ean smell dead snakes in divers places up this eove. The snake crop this year is unusually good. Billamahew is done laying by. Look out for him Sunday mornings. He will be on tbe war path. He is a nice boy, so say tbe girls. Sam Curtis says his goose has turned him loose. Well, it is time for us to lay down wishing the editor the News a big red apple and excellent health we break the pencil striking at a fly. Cow Wak. She Didn't Wear a Mask But her beauty was completely bid den by sores, blotches and pimples until she used Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Then they vanished as will all Eruptions, Fever Sores, Boils, Ulcers, Carbnncles, and Felons from its use. Infalliable for Cuts, Corn3, Rurns, Scalds and Piles. Cure guaranteed. 9.So at W. A. Turn er's, Victoria. Whitwell Drug Co., Whitwell. A big illicit still was destroyed near Lawrenceburg. Ilow An Your Kidney. I Dr. Hftbha'Siiftrritnis PIUh cure all ktdner Ilia. flam. pie nee. Ada bleu fWrtl'lissiftJy Co., Chicago or N. V. LOCAL DIRECTORY. M. E. Church South. Preaching 2nd Sunday at 3:00 pm; at Victoria, 11 am. Sunday school, B. F. Havron, Supt., ev ery Sunday at 9:00 am. M. E. Church. Preaching on third Sunday at school house at 0:30 pm. W. (J. WHseler, t'astor. Union Sunday School. Meets every Sunday at school house at 9:00 am. W. S. PItYOR, hupt. Post 53, G. A. R. Meets 2n4 Saturday at 2:00 pm. Thomas II. Hill, Com. LrrKif auy SoriKTv Meets at school house every Friday night at 6:45. II. E. Tate, Pres; Louise Uill, Vice Pres; John R. Roberson, Secretary; Emma Gabel, Treas. Dramatic Society. Meets first Satur day in each month at 7:30 pm. W. S. Pryor, Pres; II. E. Tate, Vice Pres; Ma- tntide Uustaison, Secretary; Mrs. Flora O. Pearson, Treas. RAILROAD TIME-TABLE, Train South, 8:08 am, Train North, 4:3S pm. STATE NEWS. Chicken and cool nights" is a motto used by a hotel proprietor at Idaho Springs. A committee oC the Davidson county court advised the purchase ot all pikes in the county. 'Squire White of Embreeville, had an encounter with five rattlesuakes while berry picking. Several Springfield negroes who went to Evansville, Ind., were ar rested while nhooting craps. The Nashville board of public works let the contract for the erection of an electric light plant. Oil land about Jackson will be de veloped. Work started on a large roller mill at Jonesboro. A G. A. It. post will be organized at Ducktown. John A. Sanders was killed by lightning at Lynnville. Richard Dunlap was killed by Henry Bowling near Bethlehem. Needed improvements will be made to the Morristown fire depart ment. The Methodist church and parson age burned at Kenton. Several Unicoi county families will go west. Doc Martin, a negro wife murder er, was sentenced to be hanged Aug ust 2nd at Clarksville. A tie vote will cause the holding of another election of a mayor and two aldermen at Gates. Dnnlila, Gtnuine stamped C.CC, Never told In bulk. Beware of the dealer who tries to sell "something fuit as good," Three Papers a Week. FOR ABOUT THE PRICE OF ONE This paper and the Atlanta Twice-a-Week Journal for Here you get the news of the world and all your local news while it is fresh paying very little more than one paper costs. Either paper is well worth $1.00, but by special arrangement we are en abled to put in both of them, giving three papers a week tor this low price, you cannpt equal this anywhere else. and tbis combination is the pest prem ium for those who want a great paper and a borne paper. lake tbese and you will keep up with the times. 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