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THE CROSSVILLE CHRONICLE
GroVer C.Peek Lawyer Crossville, Tenn. Dr. F. J. UPHAM, DENTIST OROS8VILLE. TENN. BEN. H. WEST Machinist Repairs to all kinds of machin ery. Also Plumbing. Gasfit- unfc ana i inning. Crossville, - Tennessee NON-RESIDENT NOIICK. GOOD DORTON & BURNETT, ATTORNEYS First rooms in Bank Building. CROSSVILLE. TENN JAMES A. MONROE, Attorney at Law, Practice in State and Federal courts Crossville, Tennessee. J. 1). McCLARNEY, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, CROSSVILLE, TENNESSEE. Practice In all Courts. NICHOLAS HOUSE G. A. HALEY, Proprietor Opposite depot. All trains met. Crossville, - Tennessee. fl SH H Jr SffiL Its the early dollars, those saved and added to your BANK ACCOUNT in early life that count in your old age, when your earning power grows less. We pay 4 per cent interest on Time Deposits. FIRST NATIONAL BANK CROSSVILLE. TENNESSEE NOTICE BEFORE MAKING DEED. To O. Myers: As the owner of one town lot situ ated in the First Civil District of Cumberland County, Tennessee, and bounded on the North by Spencer, on the South by Tabor, on the East by Buckhart, on the West by Lowe, you are hereby notified that unless you appear at my office in the court bouse in the town of Crossville, Ten nessee, on or before the 3rd day of June, 1915 and pay the sum of $11.45. State, County, and all other taxes assessed against said land, toget er with all interest and costs incurred, including this notice of public-. I on as now required by law, your right 10 redeem san e w II be forever banei, and deed will be at once executed by me to T. A. Castleman, the purch; ser of said land. Witness my hand at office this 2nd day of March, 1915. Thos. F. Brown, 3-3-4t. Circuit Court Clrk. Hi Si 95 Si Si Si Si Hi Si 9i Si TOOLS K For Farmers. That is what we handle There are no bet ter farm tools made than we handle Take a look at them and get our prices We handle the John Deere line of farm tools. They are guaranteed and 5ur prices are as low as any safe business can stand. We are satisfied with a small profit and ask that you get our prices on farm tools, generally, before you buy. John Deere Riding Disc Harrow. This disc is all steel except the hitches. It has steel scrapers, steel stub toneue. one-piece chained operator and coupler, capable of five adjustments; boxes pro vided with pressed steel grease cups dust-proof, long distance, self-oiling wheels on front truck. In short, it is nearly a perfect tool of its kind. Take a look at it. We also have the Deere Steel Plows, Section Harrows, Cultivators, Corn Planters, Manure Spreaders, Hay Rakes, Mowers, Grain Drills and Seeders. A full line of Chilled Plows. Some Prices on Garden Tools, Now is the time to prepare your ground. We have the tools. All gar den tools delivered in town. 4-prong Spading fork $ .50 Good Garden Rake 25 Ladies' Handled Hoes 25 Regular Garden Hoes 50 Mattock Hoes -.. 50 Garden Cultivators 65 Spring Shears 35 to .60 Tree Pruners 1.00 Field seeds sold strictly for cash. BILBREY & PHILLIPS HARDWARE COMPANY. Si Si Si Si Si Si Si Si Si Si Si Si Si Si Si Si Si Si Hi Si Si Si Si Si Si Si Si Si To. E B. Cribble: In the cause of Edward A. Brahm vs E. B. Cribble et al. in tne Chancery Court at Crossville, attachment was issued and levied upon the interest of J E. B. Cribble in the Diamond Stave and Lumber Company. It appearing from the bill hied in this cause, which lis sworn to, that the said E. B. Gribble is a non-resident of the State (of Tennessee, so that the ordinary i process of law can not be served upon ' him, he is hereby required to appear before the Clerk and Master of the ! Chancery Court, at his office at the I court house in Crossville, Tennessee. , on or before the first Monday in April, 1 1915, and answer the bill riled against him in this cause or the same will be j taken for confessed and the cause set ' for hearing ex parte as to him. It is ordered that this notice be ' published for four consecutive weeks in the Crossville Chronicle, a news i paper published in Crossville, Tennes- ! This March 1, 1915. . C. C. Black, 3-3-4 1. Clerk and Master. THEY KNOW IT'S .SAFE. Parents who know f-oui experience insist upon Foley's Honey and Tar Compound when buying a medicine for coughs, colds, croup and lagrippe. C. T. Lunceford, Washington, Ga., writes: "I have used it for six years and it never has failed. I think it is the best remedy made for coughs colds." Sold by Keed & Burnett. and NON-KESIDENT NOTICE. 1. S. Coe. vs , Elijah Lewis. To the New York Trust Company. It appears from the amended and supplemental bill filed and sworn to, in this cause, that the New York Trust Company, a corporation, is a non-resident of the State of Tennes see. It is therefore hereby required to appear before the ClerK and Master of the Chancery Court at his office at the court house in Crossville and make defense to this amended and supplemental bill filed against it and others in this cause on or before the firt Monday in April, 1915, other wise the said amended and supple mental bill will be taken for confessed and set for hearing ex parte as to it. This notice will be published for fcur consecutive weeks in the Crossville Chronicle, a newspaper published at Crossville, Tenn. C. G. Black, 3-3-4L Clerk and Master. QUICK ACTION WANTED. When one is coughing and spitting with tickling throat, tightness in chest, soreness in throat and lungs when head is aching and the whole body racked with a cough that won't permit sleep he wants immediate relief. Thousands say Foley's Honey and Tar Compound is the surest and quickest acting medicine for coughs, colds, croup and la grippe. Sold by Keed & Burnett. ADMINISTRATORS' NOTICE. estate of C. ser & W. T. Azbell, postmaster of ttd-. wardsport, Ind., writes: "I suffered from severe trouble with my kirinjys and back. First Hbottle of Foley Kid ney Pills gave me relief." Thou nds testify that backbache, rheuniat sore mus. les, aching joints and bh weakness vanished when Foley Ki Pills were taken. Sold by Ref Burnett. NON-RESIDENT NOTICE. Roy Olds . vs Hattie Olds In Chancery court at Crossville. No. 1249. It appears from the bill filed in t cause that ,Hattie Olds is a non-t.s dent of the state, so that ordu process cannot be served on her. Si is therefoie heretiy required to appe at the office of the Clerk and Masl at the court house in Crossvillj. Te nessee, on or before the first Moi In May, 1915, and answer the bill fii no-amst her in this cause or same ha taken for confessed and i bearing ex parte as to ner. It is ordered that this notice be Kblisbed in the Crossville Chronicle r four consecutive weeks. Tbis March 17, 1915 C. G. Black. 3-24-4L Clerk and Master. Clarkrange Elmore, of Isoline, has home folks for two y fi ii for Mrs. Walter beejj visiting weeks. John W. Whited died on the second and the remains were interred in the cemetery here on the 4th. He moved here from Texas a year ago. Thougn his stay here was short he had many friends, who will feel the loss of such a good man. He was 61 years old. He has no near relatives here except hi3 wite and neice, Mrs. Win. Dearmond. Dr. Joe Lockhart has been very sick, but is doing nicely now. The attend ing physicians were Drs. Rhea, John son and Adams, ot Monterey. Mrs. Pauline Little gave her daugh ter, Miss Elsie, a birthday dinner Sun day, March 21. The young ladies weie all invited and an enjoyable feast and good time was had. Pierce Conatser, of Jamestown, spent Saturday night and Sunday with his son-in-law, Joe Lockhart. Mrs. Francis Atkinson is visiting at Joe Jordan's. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Tilfred j Stephens, March 14, a tine girl. J. M. Peters was in Mayland a few days ago on business. Quite a number from here attended church at Jones' school house the first Sunday. Preaching was held by Rev. j Ellison. Mrs. Wm. Tudor, of Monterey, spent last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Todd. Dr. Allison, of Mayland, was in town last week. He spent the night with Dr. Joe Lockhart. Mrs. F. L. Lockhart, who has been sick for several days, is still very sick. She is getting quite old and has been in poor health tor several years. We hope she will soon recover her usual health. Mr. and Mrs. Alf Smith were visit ing at Dr. F. L. Lockhart's isaturday and Sunday. March 22. J. McD. WOMEN JUDGES. THE KITCHEN CORNER, Philadeplhia court? appear to be waking up and following the lead of western methods, in appointing women judges for the courts in which girls and children are brought to justice. These courts deal with juvenile offenders and in some cases the evi dence is such that a woman judge can sift with finer, better intuition and dis crimination than men judges who can not command the confidence so freely given to wemen. To the creditors of the H. Bacon, deceased : The insolvency of the estate of C. H. Bacon, deceased, having been suggested to the Clerk of the County Court of Cumberland County, Ten nessee, notice is hereby given, as required by the order of said clerk, to all persons having claims against said estate to piesent and file the same with the Clerk of said Court at his office in Crosvsille, Tennessee, authenticated as required by law, on or before the first Monoay in June, X915 or be forever barred. This March 2, 1915. C. G. mark, Administrator. 3-34t. C. H. Bacos, deceased. AH! THE INVIGORATING WHIFF OF THE PINE FOREST! How it clears the throat and head of its mucous ailments. It II this spirit of newness and vigor from the health giving Piney Forests brought back by Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey. Antispptic and healing. liny a hotttle today. All druggists, 25c. Electric Bitters a spring tonic. 1. NON-RESIDENT NOTICE. By "Aunt Kitty." A box of parsley--the curly sort grown in a kitchen window is a thing of beauty at any season of the year and an always ready garnish for salads, cold meats and omelets. Speaking of salads, they should be found more olten on our farm tables. In warm weather, especially, they are: h made for four conseciH j Vft weeks in To Wm. M. Jones : It appearing that Wm. M. Jones is a made defendant to the petition of James W. Cooper, et al. tiled in the cause ot James W. Cooper, et al, vs Marcus Cooper, et a I, and that he is a non-resident of the State of Ten nessee, he is therefore hereby re quired to appear at the office of the Clerk and Master, in the Mart house, at Crossville, and answer the said pe tition filed in said cause, on or before the first Monday in May, i915. or the same will he taken for confessed antf proceeded with ex parte to him. It is ordered that tnis publication as refreshing to the eye as tbey are to the appetite. A little kitchen sermon might be preached right here, with this text If foodjis good, it ought to look good. Eat onions ! They are a good nerve tonic as well as an aid to digestion. Also they are fond of fighting those bad cold germs, w ho like to build up a business in our throats and noses. It the housewife objects to "smelling up the house" she can bake them in a covered dish and their fragrance will barely pass the oven door. Cooked in this way they are less pungent, and onion-lovers can eat them and still mingle in society. the Crossville" Chronicle. This March 15, 1915. C. G. Black, 3-17-4L Clerk and Master. NO USE TO TRY AND WEAR OUT YOUR COLD IT WILL WEAR YOU OUT INSTEAD. Thousands keep on suff ering coughs and colds through neglect and delay. Why niake yourself an easy prey to serious ailments and epidemics as the result of a neglected cold.'' Doughs and colds sap your strength and vitality unless checked in the early stages. Dr. King's New Discovery is what you need the first dose helps. Your head clears up, you breathe treely and you feel so much better. Buy a bottle to day and start taking at once. 1.