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CARR, 722 MAKKKT ST., CHATTANOOGA, TENN. - . . . ..... i 1.. you have headaches, tongue is coated, Daa Dream, uowcis wu- supaicu, uau msie in iuc muuiii ; n not all of these symptoms, then some ot therur your liver. s lU TT wwr on If i 1 t I ! Z- i 1 I I V I-J LLL is a i natural vegetable remedy. containing no mineral or narcotic coisons. It will correct ni.r -f oil cwirmtnmft. mnlce vour health. ti 1 A Y Hi . I . . . . . . . . r appetite and spirits good. At druggists, su cents, HICKORY GROVE. Spocial to the News. Mike Miller wont to Waldon's Ridge hunting one week trotu Saturday and and was fortunate to kill two nice tur keys which croated a great excitement, whereupon another hunt was lormoa for Monday. Early Monday, before day, the merry crowd composed of Ju lias Pickett, Mirk Young and Jtra itona loft for the Hidge. inspired with the hope that they would bo equally as for tunate as Mr. Miller; but after a day of weary traval in the woods, over rocky hills and dales, returned in tho after noon just a- the sun was" sinking bohinl tlio western bills, being greatly fatigu ed. They reluctantly reported no turkeys, . squirrels, dee r, ground hogs or anything else t,hat would do for game, killed. Dr. 1'. C. Grayson has been operat ing bis shaft for mineral in Pickett's bottom, near tho bluff. At about 13 feet the Dr. struck a white substance, throe and a half foot thick, It becomes whito as chalk when dug and exposed to tho air. Not being a minorologist, 1 can't say what it Is. The Dr. has sus pended operations for a while. Hob Harnett has purchased tho larra that was owned by the McFarland heirs. Mrs. A. W. White and children, ol Whitwoll, spent Tuesday night of last week here with relatives. Ilamil Grayson went to Whitwell Wednesday, and Birch Tatum, to mill. Wo have bad plenty of rain here of late. Lato corn will bo good but the early planting will hardly make half a arop. The personal property of Geo. W. I'ickett, deceased, was sold at auction Friday. The total amounted to S.wu. People from every part of tho country wero presont at the sale. A trentlcman bore struck a camp of gypsies one day last woek and swapped off an old favorito Charley horse, but he did not stop thero. He swaped twice more and came very near walking home with tho bridle, lloys beware of a gyp sy oamp. Miss Ada Hix wont to Whit well Saturday shopping. Mkewiso Miss Laura Powell. A family bv llx name of Too has moved to the bouse formerly occupied bv James lioborts. John Hudson, Jr., has moved to Jas dpt. Mrs. Malinda Ridge and Mrs. l.iinam Harker. of this place, Mrs. Wm. Ridge, of Whitwell, and Miss liettie Harris, of Sulphur Spring, were tho guests of Mr and Mrs. G. W. White Saturday. Miss Sarah Hudson spent Saturday nitrht at Gillioni Barker's Gilliom harker and wifo and Miss ISoltio llairia went to Sulphur Spring Sunday Mm, All.ni-t llrilhin.l was VISlUM'' at Juo Burnett's Sunday. Li ge Grayson, of Brown's Chapel, re- mii, mil here to null foddor. lie V, V, 11 1 J ... 1 and his father went to Brown's thapei Sunday Henry Vandorgriff has gone to Chat tanooga to work. James and Will Worley, of Shirley ton. were hero Sunday. Geo. Thorn and Miss Maud lochem wero out buirirvLriding Sunday Everybody and his brother seemed to bn nt Mark Younsr's Sunday. Dr. Gray son being there, the subjuct of minerals was sprung and ably discussed. Dr. Albert Holland and brother, kige, went to Chattanooga Monday Wilson Williams went to Jasper Mon dav. R. L. Lasater contemplates building a new residence, The health of the community is good. Let's hear from everybody that will write a letter to tho News Joe Clark j CURTISVILLE. Special to f - News. We wero frown at A. Coppinger's Sat urday night and ate some fine molons and left him complaining some. He has somo fine melons and pretty good corn and nice cano. Hauling hickory,1 cutting corn, and soiling melons is his daily business. We saw Rev. Levi Bowlin and wifo. He is still In the faith and will preach at the loster s-hoot tiouso sunuuy, Sept. 1 4th. Next Saturday, September 0, is the Burrough's Chapel Sunday School pic nic at the chapel. Preaching Sunday at tho chapel. Our school teacher, Miss llattio O' Neal, went homo Friday reluming Sun day. Oh yes. somo ono over thero is good looking. Well, Miss Hattio is nice, and a good teacher. Well, Miss Maud Dame, wo thought you wero honest and would pay what you promised. You have failed to pay that visit out hero that you promised. Remember that It is drawing interest Wo hoar that Mrs. Klissa Blansott is gottiug along nicoly sinco the opera tion whereby a cancer was removed from her face. Mrs. Curtis and Mrs. Bakin visited Mrs. A. J. Curtis Monday, and reports plenty on the table especially mutton. The peach crop is gone. K. I), and A. J. Curtis and llarve Carnes are getting along nicely with their contract on the now road. 1'leaso beat my turnip patch and then talk. Come on, John Lewis, with that beef for the picnic as you said. Everybody roll a wheel for the picnic. The child ren will marcu ai ociock; inen a song by everyone, then a prayer, then a lecture by Rev. John kilgore, then dinner. Wo would be proud to see the editors of the News and Statesman and have a talk from them. Lost, strayed or stolon, a little black dog about the size of a rice from A. J. Curtis. Whoever finds said dog pays 10 and asks no questions. Cold Wave. A Certain Cure for Diarrhoea and Dysentery. "Some years ago I was one of a party that intended making a long bicyclo ti-ip," says F. L. Taylor, of New Alhan y, Bradford County, Pa. "I was taken suddenly ill with diarrhoea, and was about to give up the trip, when Editor Ward, of the Laceyvillo Messenger, sug gested that I take a dosu ot Chamber lain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy. 1 purchasen a bottle and took two doses, ono before starting and one on the route. I made tho trip successfully and tin vir f..U anv ill clf.ct. Asrain .last summer 1 was almost completely run down with an attack of dysentery. bought a boltle of this same remedy and this time ono doso cured mo. Sold by Coldwell & Chaudoin, and Whitwell Drug Co., Whitwell. NORWOOD BICYCLES JVbf Made by a Trust MolrlS2 NONE BETTER Tliev are honestly built from the best obtainable materials I y the most experienced workmen. Not a point which i au ruld h thuir beauty or utility is overlooked. IJvery wheel guamistecil. They stand the racket" Scud for Caiaicgue end Pticcs NORWOOD BICYCLE COMPANY 6 J-6 Hm rt., CINCINNATI, OSIIO INTERCHANGEABLE lOOO MILE TICKETS Aie now beine sold hv the Nash villo, Chattanooga & St. Louis Railway, erood over Hallway and Steamer Lines in tho Southeast conmrisin!? more than 13,000 miles. Kate $25.00. Limit one year. If you expect to do any traveling within the next twelve months, buv one of these tickets. You will sae money. They ur on sale at nrincit'nl tiokt t offices Where they are net on Hide th may be ordered from (Jenerul Ollice through Ticket Agent. W. L. DANLKv , (iENERAL PASSENGER AHENT, Nashville. Teun. A Parson's Noble Act. I want all tho world lo know, writes Rev. C. J. Budlong, of Ashaway, I., "what a thoroushly ffood and re liable medicine I found in Electric Bit ters. Thev cured mo of nundice-and liver troubles that had caused me a great many sufferings for years, tor a genuine, all-round cure they excel any thing 1 ever saw." Electric Bitters are tho surprise ot all lor tneir wonaeriui work in Uiver, ivianey ana otomauu troubles. Don't fail to try thum. Only 5c. Satisfaction is guaranteed by the Whitwell Drug Co. Mexican ftustarrg Liniment ion't j on or near th I t goes . '"JT a"d tistuei to the boue and drives eut U1 goreuess oud lullamiuaUon. For ci Lame Back, 5ore Muscles, or, in fact, all Lameness anil Sore ness of your body there is nothing that will drive out the pain and in-J flamniation so quickly as Mexican ' Mustang LMmemt If you cannot reach the spot your self get some one to assist you, for it is essential that the liniment be rubbed in most thoroughly, v Mexican Hustang Liniment . .. 3 t.. r-i overcomes the ailments of Horses anu an uomrauu m...u. ... .... v, it is a flesh healer and pain killer no matter who or what the patient u. mtm ma f- i hi i ; tr-t m t ii rtiifi Til wmw IGYGLES BELOW COST rnAA high grade ouarantamd f 802 fDf t, tbfl Si E 1 i I ii overstock of one of tlie liest known f . Q I Z WW W factories of the .country, secured Qjl IWQ 1900 and 1901 Models $ ftt 111 Catalogues with large photographic engravings ana VI full detailed specirications senijree to any aaurenw. S Wo SHiP ON APPROVAL to anyone in u. o. it hunt a cent in advance and allow 10 DAYS FREE TRIAL .T&iVfi; TMno riSK in oraermg rum u, y-..7r:. C?need to pay a cent if the bicycle ooea no 3- 500 SECOND-HANU kUAfl HW taken in traoe oyonr unrwu "" in sttt 4 m H standard makes, many jonu s new.. 'L' -J rfnil V ;x?m& EI'IVI JI i in uvrn in men town to rid 'Vmkn Dtlt fiUtnid 11AI1 1 tU and exhibit sa.nn IVW ir model tucycle, In your spare time you can make f W W Vikl Vin''. 5ffldes UvinB a wheel to ride for yourso if. var wa T tPllible wrsnn In each town to distribute cataloirues ror iw J,L. UtHU uiuLt tiU., unicasoi m- OUR SPECIAL CLUDDINC OFFER wr wiiLSnoTHIS PAPER notwc KNOXVILLE WEEKLY JOURNALS-TRIBUNE BOTH : Si 2 Paperi per Week, 104 Papers. Head tho News the richest, i;ic pot paper in the country only ijOc year, in advance. Their First Shipment. T. K. Rawlinirs & Bon shipped their first finished leather Saturday from tho Sequacbee Tannery. The loather Is of extra good quality, being made especi ally for use in harness making, and av erages 11 lbs. to the side. Bolivar Wy- uian, their foreman, says the next ship ment will be heavier, and will weigh at least ids. to too siae. ine hopes to see this concern prosper, ana nnA..Glin,1fi it h.i m mail mnrUot. and good prices for all tho leather it can make. Enjoyable Party, A party and ico cream supper was held at the residence of B. V. Havron Saturday night, which was greatly en invml. CainoK were nlaved- and ice croam indulged in. Those presont wore Mioses True Randle, Pearl Gabel. Tbula Martin, Minnie Hamilton, Agnes Lasater, Phoebe Abies, Sallio Parker, Verda Bennett, Messrs. Chas. Randle, Cnas. Triblo, Will Price, Will Roberson, Will Pryor, Oscar Campbell, R.-E. Lee, Alfred Ilaynes, Uetfrge M. Brown, John llouts, John R. Roberson, Riley Abies, Shade Lofty. Mrs. J. S. Bennett A Communication. Mr. Einroii Allow me to speak a few words iu favor of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. I suffered for three years with bronchitis and could not sleep at night. I tried several doctors, and va rious patent medicines, but could get nothing to give me any relief until my wife got a bottle of this valuable medi cine, which has completely roueveu me. W. S. Biiockman, Bagnell, Mo. This romody is for sale by Coldwell & Chaudoin, Whitwell Drug Co., Whit well. Devoured by Worms. riiililriin fiffun en;, not. from nain. but from hunsrer, although fed abundantly. The entire trouble arises from inani tion, their food is not assimilated, hut devoured by worms. A few doses ot White's Cream ermifuge will cause tliem to ceaso crvinsr and begin to thrive at once, very much to the sur prize and and joy of the motner. .ac at Sequacbee Supply Store. W E eau furnish you letter heads, U bill heads, statements, circulars, invitations and catds. 50 YEARS' 'EXPERIENCE mm A Tboe Marks !i' nr&l.-.NS ' CnpvnicHTS A.C itll,'lilT nix-wtmii our rmn Irs wIu-Hiit il it,v.M,ti..il l pr..hnl.lf p.-tirnlHhlu. .n.nimilra. l,..ii.trtrl!jr..i.llil.MithU. IUniltikin I'ittmu r it. Mil. takvn tl.mtiuh Nuiiii 4 lu.rcc.t tprri.u n-tut, wtfn.tul cionco, m Scicntilic Jlmerican. A hntl.rBtf lllnrfMl (Wk'r. I re1M rtr. riilati.'ii ..1 tn ift titlf (uttinl. I.tiii. -t KUNN&'Co.B,"--New York' A Boy's Wild Ride for Life. WltYi f .milo nrntind ATnAPtinff him to linr fnr lifp. IK milpS. to get Ur. King's New Discovery for ... .)! lit II Consumption, luupb na voias, - 11- in v" v death's agonies from Asthma, but this wonderful medicine gave instant relief and soon cured him. Ho writes: "1 now dlv i-verv nichU" Like mr v ; ' " .; ,, velous cures of l onsumpiiun. rnemuu- . .... f-.l 1.. ..-J nia, llroncnuis, ougus, uiiusnuuu(i prove lis oialcblesi merit for all Throat I ..it iriiittil.'t.. (itiaranteed bot tles 50c and 81.IW. Trial bottles free at Whitwell Drug Co.. Whitwell. i v t try ti T w . s .v. ym ir.i una m ms rj'u LAW STATIONARY Satisfaction Guaranteed. tu hook WORK. NTIN OBITUARY. Tho hand of death has visited the family of lipnry Kilgore and taken from the family two sweet little boys. Last Friday morning at ten o'clock the Lord took little Carl from our embrace to himself, and last Wednesday morn ing at ti o'clock the Lord again came and took little Luther being the last child of tho family. Carl was aged 14 months and Luthur 3 years and eight months. They are now transformed In to two bright angols, and 'our loss Is their traiu. They are now enioying a heavenly home and we hopo by the grace of Hod to meet tho httlo babes in a world that is freo from sickness, pain and death, whore thoso.who meet shall Dart no more, and join in the hoavenly choir and sing tho heavenly song forev er more. By a Iriend. Fortune Favors a Texan. "Ilavinsr distressing tiains In the head Kafir and ar.nmar.h. And heinff without appetite, I began lo use Dr. King's New - .1 ..... . . . . .1. l.'i.:...!. J . I lilio III is, writes . i . Muiteueau, ui Kennedale, Tex., "and soon felt like a new man." Infallible in stomach and liver troubles. Only twenty-tive cents at Whitwell Drug Co. Congressman Moon Renominated. Chattanooga, Tenn., Aug. 5. Hon. John A. Moon, of this city, was unani mously nominated to-day by the Con vention held here for re-election to Congress from the Third Congressional District ol Tennessee, lie accepted in a brief speech. 21 YEARS A 0YSPEPTIC. R. II. Foster, ."19 8. 2nd St, Salt Lake City, writes: "J have been oomerea with dyspepsia or indigestion for 21 years; tried many doctors without re-liuf- rnrpntl I trot a bottle of Hcrbine. One bottle Cured me, I am now tapering ott on the second. I have recommend ed it to my friends; it is curing them, too." "Oc at Sequachee Supply Store. Head the Now !ile yar. STANLEY. Special to the News. Miss Eliza Hale was visiting her sis ter, Miss. Martha, on tho south side Saturday and Sunday. T. H. and Fred Richio attended the picnic in Lookout valley Saturday of last week. T. II. Richie, Sr., and Miss Tennie were Chattanooga vigors Saturday. Mr. W. C. DoutrlasK, of Hamilton Co., was visiting T. 11. Richie Friday. Mrs. Btlle Durham, of Lookout Val ley, was visiting friends and rolatives here last week. J. R. Hollowsy w as the guest of T. II. Richie Tuesday night of last week. Julia Richie, of Walden's Ridge, was a visitor at Mrs. M. L. Richie's Saturday. Fred and John Richie attended the picnic at Valdeau Saturday. The Best Prescription for Ma.la.ria Chills and Fever i a bottle of Gkovk's Tastki.k.ss Chii.i. Tomc. It is simply iron ana quinine in a tasteless No Cure, No Pay. Price it)c. form. PRYOR COVE. Special to the News. Miss L- M. Ferguson was oyer to. see Mrs. J. M. Ilaynes last week. Miss Sarah Brown was visiting Mn. J. M. Haynes Friday evening, Tell Cold Wave I was fed on that stuff but I wasn't riding the things he ridos. G. B. Ferguson has returned from a long trip this week. A fruit agent was in Pryor Covo last wcok selling fruit trees. F. M. McCulluugb was In the cove last woek. I want to ask Ethel, of Kelly's Ferry, if Miss Mary Jane Francis is over there yet. If she is please let me know through tho News. W. D. and T. L. Haynos went to Jas per last week. My girl has gone back on me and I will have to go to the mountain and get another. Well we guess Dofetchit Is dead as - we haven't beard anything from him In a good while. Ue mnst have taken too many ot his powders. W. B. Hatfield is hauling poplar tim ber to tho Jasper handle wp,rks. Frank Brewer and brother whs tq th cove Saturday nig tit. come again, boys. W. I). Ilaynes rode that stiff-legged mule out of tho cove Saturday night. Miss Let tie Stiadrick went to Jasper last week. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Ilaynes were vis iting in Jasper Sunday at Mr. Brewer's. T. L. Haynes went to see his best girl Sunday. A. M. Kilgore, W. D. Haynes. E. G. Haynes, ti. B. Furguson and T. Lj. Haynes attended the meeting at Kim ball Saturday night. V. It. Hatfield and T. L. Havnes went to Jasper shopping Monday. Jim Smith and wife was in the cove visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Smith Sun day. Mack Brewer was in the cove Sunday to see the writer on business. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Hatfield were visiting relatives in Jasper Sundsy. J. Smith attendod church In Kim ball Sunday night. . GUleni Hatfield, of Tracy City, mat in the covo last week from Bridgeport. N. J. and Jesse Brown went to the mountain Sunday. Old Summer.