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The Fountain Head of Life
Is The Stomach A man who hat weak nd impaired tomach and who does not prorl, de? hi. fc I wUl .oon find that hi. blood h.. becotn. Weak and impoverished, and that hi. whole body i. improperly and iuiufficiently nourished. Dr. PIERCE'S COLDEX MEDICAL DISCOVERT make the stomach strong, promotes the flow of dliestlr lulcea, restore the lost appetite, makes ir.f.. trrt. invlioratcs the liver and parities and enriches the blood. It Is the treat blood-maker, tleth. builder and restorative nerve tonie. it makes men atroni In body, active In mind end cool la judgment. Thi Discovery" i pure, glycerio extract ol American medical roots, absolutely free Irom alcohol and all injurious, habit-forming drufr. All its ingredient, are printed on its wrapper.. It ha. no relat.onsh.p with secret , nostrum.. It. every ingredient is endorsed by the leaders in all the school, of medicine. Don't accept secret nostrum as a substitute for this time-proven remedy oh inown composition. As your neighbors. They must know of many cure, made by it during past 40 years, right in your own neighborhood. World's Dispensary Medical Association, Dr. R.V. Pierce, Pres., Buffalo, N. Y. NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS Ebeneier, Pleasant Grove tad Surround ing Country. order Kelly's Spring. Special to the Nr.vs. Entertainments seem to be the ol the day. There was a nice entertainment at Victoria Friday night and a large crowd attended and all reported a nice time. We are glad to see the teachers taking so much pains to train the children. Mrs. Esther Arlodge has been on the sick liBt for some time but she is bet ter now. ' , Mrs. Carrie Kilgore visited her prandmother, Mrs. Esther Arledge, Sunday. Ed Grimes called on Miss Ethel Ar lrtdge Sunday. fcliss Pearl Layne visited Misses Flora and Rebecca Ruth Sunday after noon. James Riohardson was out riding his new horse Sunday. J. L. Ruth went to the Lock and D an Saturday to see his mother and father. John Kilgore was on the Ridges Sunday. Fate and Frank Killgore and Alec Kilgtfre visited Walter Bunch Sunday. Mrs. Minnie Arledge's two brothers, Will and Arthur Carson, called on her Sunday. We would like to hear from Dan and Tom Prigmore of Los Angeles, Cal., through the News. Red Rose. Crudup, Ala. Special to the News. Misses Willie Tucker and Jennie Ar ledge called at Will Arledge's Sunday afternoon. John Arledge of Christopher, Ills., is visiting his brother, Will, who has been down Bick for some trine, bit is better at this writing. Beard and John Arledge went down lu Crudup Sunday. They bad church here Sunday night. Work is good here now. There are lots of new houses being built. ' Sunday was a bad day here. It rained most all flay. , Miss Fanny Arledge visited her . brother. Will,' Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Will Harrison spent Saturday night with Mrs. Will Arledge. John Arledge will leave in a few days for Christopher, I1L, his home, where his wife and baby await his mturn. He will spend a few days in Chattanooga with his uncle and fam ily, B. L. Arledge. School Boy. Clifty. Special' to the Neivs. Miss Mary Johnson and Mr. Jeff Donaldson were quietly married at the home of the bride Friday. T. J. Bos tain officiated. Misses Emma Bumes, Caney Eng land and Bell Bostain went to the Thomasville school house to preaching Sunday. Landon Simmons called at Lee Eng land' Sunday morning. Frank and Luther Roberts visited their sister, Mrs. Geo. Kidwell, Sun day. J. F. Harris called on T. J. Bostain Sunday. Miss Caney England visited at T. J. Bostain's Saturday night. . Oscar Cooley of Bon Air, called on Will Johnson Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ballard, of Eastland, spent Sunday at Shep Glenn's. Miss Brilla Rush visited Miss Belle Bostain Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Roberts spent Sunday with her daughter, Mrs. Geo. Kidwell. Frank Roberts called at Mr. Rush's Sunday morning. Z Mr. and Mrs. Jeffo Donaldson called on the latter's father, Ed Johnson, Sunday. Miss Alice Donaldson called at Mr. Ed Johnson's Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ike Rush, Mr. and Mrs. Swift and baby, visited Mr. and Mrs. N. N. Rush'Sunday. Rev. Oreah tilled his regular an pointment here Sunady. Mrs. Johnson called on Mrs. Bos tain Sunday. Mrs. Bostain and daughter and Miss Emma Bumes spent Wednesday with Mrs. Davis. . Wonder what has become of J. t C, F., of Monroe, OklaV Wake up and let us hear from you. -Valley Rose. Ill Health More Expensive Than Any Cure. This country is now filled with peo ple who migrate across the continent iu all directions, seeking that which told cannot buy. Nine-tenths of them Are suffering from throat and lung trouble or chronic catarrh, resulting from neglected colds, and spending for tunes vainly trying to regain lost health. Could every sufferer but un do the past and cure that . first neg lected cold, all this sorrow, pain, anx iuty and expense could have been avoided. Chamberlain's Cough Reme dy is famous for its cures of colds, nd can always be depended upon. Use it and the more serious diseases biuay be avoided. For sale by Whit well Drug Co. Fine Hog. ' Tom Lovelady, of near Maxwell, tjold a fine hog here Tuesday to D. M. Tate, of Jasper, Tenn., who was buy ing a car load for shipment. The bog weighed out urn., ana sola at 7c per pound, bringing $35, After loading it o.i the car it died from being overheat ed and bad to be taken from the car. 'Stevenson, Ala.. Chronicle. The symptorut. of kidney trouble are urinary disorders, weak hack and backache, rheumatism and rheumatic Piins and twinees, pains in the groin, etc. There is t.othing as good for kidney and bladder trouble as De Witt's Kidney and Bladder Pills. Yon j;:ay depend cru n them to give entire i -tif action ' Ther are antiseptic, act promptly and soothe pain. Sold by Whit well IJrog Uo. Roope. Special to the News. Mr. Skyles gave the young folks a dance last night and we boys had our best girls with us and you bet we en joyed life fine. Byron Bennett left Friday evening for Sequacbee. I suppose Sile McNabb visited the lock and dam today. Hope he had a fine time. Mrs. Lou Newsom has moved to So. Pittsburg. We hope Luther Warren will be able to take Christmas with us. Tell old Santy to come to see' me, if you please. I want a little chair and an organ and a watch and a sweet heart. Sweet Doll. Special to the Aews. Cutting wood and keeping fires is the order of the day. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Webb were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mell Webb Sat urday night and Sunday. Miss Netta Turner was visiting at Sum Webb's Sunday. . , Mr. and Mrs. Mell Webb were it C. E. Hancock's Sunday night to hear the graphophone. Walter Hancock is staying with his aunt and working at the Lock and Dam. Calvin Hancock and mother were very badly frightened Friday nignt while returning from ;the lodge. It was supposed to be a wild cat or some other squalling varment, and it made them hit the pike in the high places. Calvin said his mother hugged to him close and he hugged to the lantern, but as it reached the road turning up to Mr. Kelly's and Mr. Lambert's the niose ceased and the "varments" en tered Mr. Kelly's and Mr. Lambert's houses at good bed time. Boys, you must be careful and not get the neigh borhood excited, for neonle will be afraid to step out doors after night. We were very sorry to have this ex citement happen, and another such a scare might cause hysterics. Walter Webb called on his best girl across the river Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lowman left for Alabama last week to make their home. Mrs. Gnin Tanner visited her folks last week. W. R. Jones was visiting at this place one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Cal Henderson, of South Pittsburg, are visiting relatives here this week. Mr. and Mrs. Levi Webb were visit ing his son, Crit Webb, one day last week , Mrs. Bonnie Jones made a short call at Mrs. Rosa Quarles one day last week. Mrs. Martha Webb was in Jasper shopping Saturdav. School is out at Ebenezer and I guess the children are glad, for I think the weather has set in now for the bad. Gus Lock made a short call at Al fred Hancock's Friday. Ye writer was visiting at Mrs. May Hancock's one day last week. Come on, "Myrtle", of Hoge's Cross ing, and let's hear from you. M. C. Webb made a business trip at Mr. Billie Kelley's Monday. Mrs. Phoebe Webb made a short call on Mrs. Joe Lowman before she left for Alabama. - W. R. Jones made a call on Mrs. Lowman one day last week. Sam Webb passed by here Tuesday on business. Rebecca Hancock called at C. E. Hancock's one day last week. Well, the old woman is calling sup per and the bench legged fist is wait ing for the scraps, and I guess I had better quit before I get into trouble : SxxuKSixxub 1 see, unJxxfor me. Slim Jim. From the Blind Preacher. Well, as I have not written to the News for a long time I thought I would write a few lines. I am now at Bro. Dugan'a on the mountain and have bad Bpme good meetings since I have been out here, and have helped to eat one informal supper. Well, as Christmas is near at hand, I want to thank Santa Claus for the present of new coat and vest given me last Christmas, hoping that he will remem ber the old blind preacher, again this Christmas, who wears a No. 36 coat, pants J4 anu j. wen, some may wonder who Santa is. He lives In Hill City, Chattanooga, and the peo ple call him Dadie Guess who he is. I am now in my 6Sth year and most blind, though they haul me around and I am still trying to preach the Gospel and aim to as long as God gives me health and strength to stand. want to thank all my many friends for tne many favors bestowed on me in the past and hope that God will re ward them as I am not able to do. Pray for me that I may live faithful the remaining days of my life and may yet do some good. I will preach at Burrow's Chapel the first Sunday in January. Bro. Du- gan will preach for us on the third Sunday in December at Mt. Zion, if the Lord wills. I want all my many friends to write to me at Victoria, Tenn. REV. W. E. KILGORE. m i. rc 0 .VI - - - I his Head the News 1.00 a year. Brigdgeport News Suspends. BRIDGEPORT, Ala., Dec. 1. The Bridgeport News, published by I. G. Featherly, suspended publication last week, and the plant is in serious finan cial straights. It seems that Feather ly, who moved here from LaFollette, Tenn., had bought a large amount of machinery on credit, and endeavoring to sell some of it after suspension, has been served with an injunction not to do so. This makes the fifth or sixth time a paper published here has quit business. The next time one of the children catch cold, give it something that will promptly and freely but gently move the bowels. In that way the cold will at once be driven out of the system, Kennedy s Laxative Cough Syrup moves the bowels promptly and freely, yet gently, and at the same time heals irritation and stops the congh. It 'is especially good for children. Sold by Whit well Drug Co. uoys: girls: Columbia bicy CLE FREE! Greatest offer out Get your friends to subscribe for our maga' sine and we will make you present of a $20.00 Columbia Bicycle the best made. Ask for particulars, free outfit, and circular telling "How to Start" Address MTbe Bicycle Man," 29-31 East 22nd St. New York City, N. Y The Aews, less than s postage stamp a copy,1.00 a year. I For Coughs Take This I Do you know a remedy for coughs and colds nearly seventy ! years old? There is one Avar's Cherry Pectoral Once ; in the family, it stays. It is not a doctor, does not take the place of a doctor. It is a doctor's aid. Made for Ithe treatment of all throat and lung troubles. Ask your own doctor his opinion of it. Follow his advice. No alcohol in this cough medicine. . C A V Lu. Mao. Y.m rimi4 m-iiwr nmmnthf itf vmit hovrla ir. mntfiiutl A l.iu m .n, lu l... tiv; act dtrjct!xnUit liver. SoM foe acwry ttxty ycara. Ask your doctor aU about them. Roope. Special to the News. Sparking seems to be the order of the day. Mrs. W. J. Davis came home yester day from a visit to her father who has been sick. I hope Silas McNabb had a nice time Sunday at the Lock and Dam. -When he got home he had no socks. Wake up, all ye correspondents, and let us hear from you. Listen, boys, for the frolic at Un cle Sam Young's. Mrs. Odessa Newsom likes her new home fine. " Please tell Santy Clans to come to see me Xmas. I want a little doll that can open and shut its eyes and a piano and some oranges and apples and ban anas and candy, so I will close with a kiss for Santy. Dandy. How One Doctor Successfully Treats Pnenmonia. "In treating pneumonia," says Dr. W. J. Smith, of Sanders, Ala., "the only remedy I use for the lungs is Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. While of course, I would treat other synip-toms-with different medicines, I have used this remedy many, times in my medical practice and have yet failed to to find a case where it has not controll ed the trouble. I have used it myself, as has also my wife for coughs and colds repeatedly, and I most willingly and cheerfully recommend it as supe rior to any other cough remedy to my knowledge." For sale by Whitwell Drug Co. Roope. Special to the News. Well, it has been sometime since I've written to the News, and I thought I'd let you bear from me once more. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Skyles gave a big dance last night Ye writer was there and enjoyed it very much. Morris Youug moved to the Lock and Dam Thursday. Prof. Byron Bennett closed his school Friday afternoon and left for Sequatchie. . A very large crowd attended Sunday School today. Hope they will continue as we think there wiU be a Xmas tree. Jessie Simpson has gone to house keeping in the Polly Ball house Paty. Every Movement Hurt When you have rheumatism, UumIm arc tiff and aor and Joint are painful. Hood's 8arapnxllla ewe rialit to the spot in this dbv eaM, neutralise the arldl'j of the blood and radically cum. Accept no substitute. Hoge's Crossing. Special to the News. Herbert Hoge was visiting brother, David Hoge, Sunday. John Phillips was visiting Henry Hancock Sunday. Tom Rollins was visiting at David Hoge's Sunday. Bro. McBride passed by here Sun day. Mrs. Mollie Pryor was visiting Miss Lena Hoge Sunday. Ed Pressley called here Satudrday. Mrs. Johnson and daughter, Maggie, passed by here one day last week. Mr. Hinch and family have moved to the poor house. Mrs. Maggie Goodier, from Sequa- chee, was visiting Miss Lena Hoge Sunday. David Hoge has been on the sick list. We hope to see him up again. Reubin Hancock called here Sunday. John McGuirt and wife called here Sunday evening. Ye writer was in Jasper shopping one day last week. H. H. Hancock was in South Pitts burg shopping Saturday. Ray Neute was visiting at this place Sunday evening. Elizabeth Hancock was visiting her daughter at the Switch Saturday. Miss Lena Hoge was visiting at Mrs. Mary Hancock's Saturday. Walter Young passed by here Sun day. Irene Smith was visiting at Mr. Hoge's Saturday. Henry Hancock and son were visit ing at Ed Pressely' Saturday evening. On their way back they hunted for op- possoms but didn't catch any. Ye writer was in Jasper Sunday night at the revival. John Phillips was out horse back riding Monday. Myrtle. 'ASH. ml ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT. AVegetable ErepartionforAs slrailatiiigtteFoodaralMula ting the Stomadis andBowcisot froraotes DigpstionhteiM ncss and Resilontalns ncittw Opiuiu.Morphine nor Mineral. not Narcotic. AufrcoijikSMXLrnwsi JlxJemm JhMttSdts- jtmstM Ctohtk Suqtr . hettcftmttmr. Anerfrct Remedv forConsHpa Hon. Sour Storaach.Dlarrhoja Worms Convulsions Jcvensn nessandLossoFMP- IfccS'umle Signature of NEW Y0KK. WW K II For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of Aw Bxact Copy of Wrapper. In Use For Over Thirty Years IB Women Suffer Agonies from Diseased Kidneys And Most Women Do This Not Knowing Real Cause of their Condition $1 the Looking One's Best. It's a woman's delight to look her best but pimples, skin eruptions, sores and boils rob life of joy. Listen ! Bucklen's Arnica Salve cures them; makes the skin soft and velvety. It glorifies the face. Cures Pimples, Sore Char. for Piles. 25c at Whitwell Drug These poor, suffering women have been led to believe that their misery of mind and body is entire ly due to "ills of their sex." Usually the kidneys and bladder are re sponsible or largely so. And in such cases, the kidneys and blad der are the organs, that need and must have attention. Those torturing, enervating sick headaches, dragging pains in back, groin and limbs, bloating and swell ing of the extremities, extreme nervousness or hysteria, listless ness and constant tired, worn-out feeling are almost certain symp toms of disordered and diseased kidneys, bladder and liver. DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills have, in thousands of cases, been demonstrated as remarkably beneficial in all such conditions of female organism affording . the most prompt relief and permanent benefit. As an illustration of what these Pills wl'l do, Mrs. P. M. Bray of Columbus, Ga., writes that she was very ill with kidney trouble, and that she is now - well and that these Pills are what cured her. They are very pleasant to take, and can in no case, produce any deleterious effects upon the system as syrupy, alcoholic, liquid prep- ? ' jjji 5' aratlons are apt to do. E. C. DeWltt & Co., Chicago, Hlf want every man and woman who have the least suspicion that they are afflicted with kidney and blad der diseases to at once write tl and a trial box of these P' be sent free by return paid. Do it to-day. For s;ile tiy VVnitwell Druff Co., Whitwell, and J. W. Simpson, Jasper. nes tne race, uures nmpies, XLczr4& Sequachee Water Works. "iles. 25c at Whitwell Drug Co's. . Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S CASTORIA M FACTORY PRICED GLOBE BUGGIES AND HARNESS NO. 270 TWO-IN-ONE We ihlt all vehicle niiwt from our Factor 2. 0. D. to Connumer subject to examination and kpprovalon3odayi free trial. Itiiof the greatest Importance to the Globe BuiUy Hamem Co. to nave every one who deals with us pleased and Satisfied Customer. No effort is spared to make tach shipment such excellent value in quality of material, workmanship, finish and style of Vehicle that it will be a Lasting Advertisement and brina us man v orders in return. If we olease you, by selling- you an honestly made buggy and kt a price less the Middleman' Profit, you will recommend our roods to your neighbor. Our Guarantee isahsolutelv as rood to our customers as it would be to a dealer. I f oHare Bot as rep reseated your money is returned to you. Yoa take no rink. 1 We manufacture honest Vehicles and Haraeas, Save our customers money, fill orders promptly. Write for aur Free lluty and Harness Catalogue. 8 LOBE BUGGY 4 HARNESS COMPANY 0WENSB0R0. KENTUCKY IS SftEeirs Succeed when everything elee fella. In nervous pronuation and female weaknesses they ara the aprem remedy, as thousand haw testified. FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE h it the beat medic in ever sold over a druggist' counter. RESIDENTS of Sequatchie have all the privileges in connection with with water service equal to any first-class city. The supply is tak en trorn Cumberland Mountain from springs 350 feet in elevation. Three miles of pipe are now laid. 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