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DR. F. J. UPHAM DENTIST OROSSVILLh. TENN. DORTON & BURNETT, ATTGtfEYS First rooms io Bank Building. CROSSVILLE. TENN HARRY G. SABINE Attorney ROCKWOOD, TENN. NOTICE OF INSOLVENCY. JTO THE CREDITORS OF SAMUEL TOLLETT. DECEASED: By order of the Clerk of the County Court of Cumberland County, notice Is hereby given to all persons having fclaims against the estate of Samuel (Tolletl, deceased to appear and file jthe same with the Clerk of said Court, fen or before the first day of Novem tier, 1921, the insolvency of said es late having been suggested, any claim ot filed on or before said day, will e forever barred, both in law and (tquity. This April 30, 1921. Samuel Tollett, Jr. Administrator of Samuel' Tollett, de ceased. 5-4-3t NOTICE TO CREDITORS. All persons havingclaims against JMrs. D. H. Hamby of Ozone, Cumber land County, Tennessee, are -hereby given notice to file the same duly au thenticated according to law on or fcefore April 27th, 1922, she having fcnade assignment for the benefit of Creditors. This 21st day of April, 1921. J. T. Ashburn, Trustee, Ozone, Tennessee. Harry Sabine, 4-27-3t. Attorney. PEOPLE OF OUR TOWN tin- i!.. i-v.,:' ;;oes ttnwu lt Meet No. 1 every i):'y to see that the Wheels are all 011 the Pullmans, nfter which he Trie? Out all the Store and Hotel Chairs iironnd town. And whenever he finds im Tnsiife Building or Tele phone roic, lie Pntienlly Stands by the hour and Holds It Up! Webster's New International DICTIONARIES ere in use by busi ness men, engineers, bankers, judges, architects, physicians, farmers, teachers, librarians, cler gymen, by successful men end women the world over. Are You Equipped to Win? The New International provides the mea .s to success. It is an all knowing teacher, a universal ques tion answerer. If you seek efficiency and ad vancement why not make daily use of this vast fund of inform ation? 400,000 Vocabulary Terms. 2700 Pages. (900 Illustrations.. Colored Plates. ; 1,000 Geographical Subjects. 12,000 liiographlcul Entries. Ref'lar and India-Paper Editions. Writeforspeo imcn pagen, :1 lustrations, pro. Free, a fot of Pocket Maps if you l-ij a mo tins paper. c.&c MERRIAM CO- Springfield, Man. -jr-n The Air- Tight Tins of SO Ask your dealer to show you the new vacuum' aealed tins of SO Chester fields. A compact, con venient and absolutely AIR - TIGHT packing the cigarettes keep fresh indefinitely. DELINQUENT TAX- AYERS, TAKE NOTICE (Continued from Editorial Page). Brandon, J. M., 30 acres and poll Brown, J. T., 34 acres Batton, W A., 1 lot and polf Barnes, J. W., 12 acres Bohannon, Pleas, 2 lots Barnes, Lum, Y2 acre and poll Brown, Mrs. H. A., 1 lot Broyles, Annie. D., 50 acres Beard, T. S., 26 acres Beard, T. S., 18 acres Barnes, Lizzie, 1Y2 acres -Boles, Noah, 2 1-2 acres Barnes, Charles, 1 acre Barnes, George, 1 lot Barnes, Gilbert, 34 acres and poll Cox, Tom(Little), 2 acres Cox, T. G., 2 acres and poll Cumberland Lumber Company, 3825 acres Culveyhouse, Dallas, 48 acres and poll Clark, Eugene, 76 acres Carter, Emory, 34 acres Cox, Jane, 1 acre Copley, M. E., 150 acres Denton, Casto, 17 acres Denton, Casto, 9 acres Dillon, J. V., 2 lots Derrick, Adam, 60 acres Dyall, GrU. 2Y2 acres Deatheridge, Wesley, 14 1-2 acres DcSabla, Theodore, 105 acres Dickerson, Mary, 35 acres DeRossctt, N. C, 2 acres Dorton, A., heirs, 1 lot Dorton, A., heirs, 1 lot Dorton, A., heirs, 1 lot Dorton, A., heirs, 1 lot Evans, T.A., 20 acres and poll Elgin, W. T., & wife, 100 acres Elgin, Vioi'a I., 1250 acres Elgin, L. S., 170 acres Everlrart, Thomas. 10 acres Ervin, Mrs, S. A., 9 acres Evans, Thomas A., 60 acres Evans, J. R, 250 acres Farmer, E. Z., 200 acres Farmer, W. H., So acres Ferguson, George, 48 acres and poll Farris, W. H., 20 acres and poll ' Ford & Kemmer, 108 acres Fall Creek Coal & Coke Company, 8408 acres Fall Creek Coal & Coke Company, 194 acres Glover, H.'H., 10 acres Gricver, W. G., 100 acres Gill, John, heirs, 50 acres ale of a &o wi4k a, moral THERE'S AN old gag. THEY USED to pull. SO OLD that nowadays. PEOPLE THINK It's new. ABOUT THE man who had. . . . TO SHOOT his dog. AND A friend asks. "WAS THE dog mad?" AND THE first guy. SAYS, "WELL, he wasn't SO DANG well pleased." 1 AND A chap told me., THAT THIS described. SOME SMOKES he'd tried THEY DIDN'T exactly. MAKE HIM mad. BUT HE wasn't. SO VERY well pleased. OF COURSE that was. Grassham, John, 10 acres Grassham, John, 10 acres Green, J L., 25 acres Grinnell, W. N., 8J3 acres Green, Mrs. Mary, 12 acres Gill, John, 1 acre Gill, John, S3 acres Graves, J. B., 25 acres Gill, Noah, Y2 acre and poll Glover, J. W., 10 acres Hughes, J. F., 47 acres Hayes, Jess, 60 acres and poll Hamby, H C, 34 acres Hamby, H. C, 149 acres Hamby, H. C, 44 acres Hamby, H C, Yt acre Hamby, H. C, Yt acre Hamby, H. C, 4 acres Hamby, H. C, 4 acres Hamby, H. C, 6 acres and poll' Hassler, John A, 12 acres and poll Hood, H. M., 4 lots and poll Hembree, G. W., 2 lots Hodge, John, heirs, 5 acres Hamby, W. E., 7 acres Hodge, John, heirs, 5 acres Hamby, John, heirs, 4 acres Hedgecoth, R. B., 1 lot Haie, A A., heirs, 5 acres Hedgecoth, Richard, 50 acres ' Hughes, Joe, 6 7-10 acres and poll Hodge, John, heirs, 90 acres Hal'e3, E. G., heirs, 60 acres James, Naomi, 75 acres Jolly, Darotha, 27 acres James, W. S., 82 acres and plol James, Mrs. W. T, 150 acres King, G. W.. 60 acres King, G W., 35 acres and poll Kindrijk, J. H, 1-5 interest in 70 acres and poll Kindred, Thomas, heirs, 200 acres Kindred, Oscar, 50 acres Kindred, Thornton, heirs, 336 acres King, G. W, Yz acre Keeney, John, 10 acres Keeney, T. J., 50 acres Knight, W. B 8 acres Kelley, J. A., 32 acres Lephcw, Cicero & W. J., 128 acres LeQuire, J. A., 17 acres Lephcw, Ed., 7 acres and poll Long, W. H., 2 oacres Lowrcy, Mrs. Susie, 18 acres McGuire & Melvin (Mclvin's Yt), 100 acres Manning, G. A., 36 acres Manning, G. A., 60 acres Manning, G. A., 80 acres -Martin, W. L., I lot Miller, J. D., 50 acres and poll Mallicote, John, 12 acres and poll McCuiston, Fred A., 27Y2 acres and poll Mansfield, James, 11Y2 acres Mansfield, James, 3J4 acres sssi ' Liggett & Myirs Tobacco Co. MY CUE to elip him. A REAL cigarette. AND AFTER He'd taken. A GOOD pull or two. INTO HIS constitution. HE GRINNED and said. "THE ONLY way these. WILL EVER make you mad. IS THE way. YOUR FRIENDS eat 'em up. I ONLY hope you're got. A COUPLE of packs. FOB THEY sure. DO SATISFY."' ... YOU'LL enjoy Chesterfields. . There's something in their mild smoothness that goes right to the spot. Choice tobaccos, lurkish ana Domestic a blend that literally can't be copied a special moisture-proof wrarjoerfortheirextra Drotection on every count. Chesterfields "satisfy. Morgan, Charles, 3 1-2 acres Miracle, Fred, 76 acres McNeal, Minnie, 60 acres Milligan, T. S., 44 acres Milligan, T. S., 5 acres T" McCullough, J. S., 114 acres Myers, R. N., I lot Mitchell, M. L., 56 acres McMillan, A. N., 400 acres McLean, Martin, 80 acres lUoffet, W. L., 1800 acres Mullins, T. M., 20 acres Melvin, E. P, 50 acres Meivin, E. P., 30 acres Melvin, E. P., 20 acres and poll Norris, J.' W, Ya acie Parham, Hulon, 6 acres and pol Peter, Lewis, 33 acres anci pa 1 Powel', C. W., 4 acres Hyatt, Crescent, heirs, 150 acres Proffitt, O. L., 40 acres Reed, G. W., 65 acres Reed, Ben, 3 acres Pose, J. S., 24 acres Rymer, Ben T., 814 acres Rymer ,Ben T. 114 acrei and poll Reed, N. M., 800 acres Rymer, Mrs. Emma, Yt acre Rymer, Icedore, 1 acre Reed, W. M., 26 acres Richard Henry 4 acres Richard's, Henry, 4 1-2 acres Russell, Mrs. J. W., 72 acres Rockwell, W. H., 139 acres Rockwell, W H., 475 acres Smithers, M. B., 6 acres Sherrill, J. J., 7 acres ' Sheridan, J. M., & Annie, 23 acres Sheridan, J. M. & Annie, 72 acres Smith, W. J 100 acres Smith, W. j!, 50 acres and poll Smith, Roscoe, 50 acres and poll Sutton, J. R., 75 acres Stone, O. N., I acre Smith, Hickey, 1 acre Steclman, M. S., 2 lots Steclman, M. S., 1 14 acres Staples, H. C, 760 acres, Balance Tax due, $2S.53 Smith, J. R., 100 acres Smith, J. R., 200 acres Shelton, Margaret, 31 acres Stuck, Nancy B., 40 acres Smith, M. B., 6 acres and poll Thomas, John B., 125 acres and poll Tarpening, J. M., 9 acres Thompson, L. T., 20 acres Todd, Jes, 50 acres Todd. V. R., 3Y2 acres Tollett, Martha, 22 acres Ulrich, Carrie, 25 acres Vittatoe, C. C, 3 lotts and. poll Wheeler, D. M., 171 acres Wheeler, D. M., 74 acres Wheeler, D. M., 150 acres I Wheeler. D. M.. ,o acres , iivcar, t- . . - a.u Watson, W. S, 94 acres Watson, W. S., 50 acres Wright, W. E., 5 lots . Wright, W. E, 4 lots Wright, Lee, 2 lots and poll Wiliams & Redwine, 2Y2 lots Watkins, Henry, 50 acres Watson, S 11., 8 acres Wright, T. A., 150 acres Wheeler heirs, 140 acres Wolf, Mabel, M acre Veil, E. M., 8 acres FIFTH DISTRICT Bugess, Mike, 67 acres Brewer, C. T., 48 acres and poll Bfaylock, W. C .,41 acres Burnett, J. Q, 50 acres Burnett, Reed & &Hodges, 84 acres Boston, T. J., 35 acres Campbell, Mrs. Ruth, 15 acres Caudill, James T., 100 acres Campbell, Henry, 6 acres arid poll Carpenter, I. M, 2 acres Crandell Brothers, 416 acres Calhoun, Mrs. Tyler, 135 acre s Caihoun, Tyler, 250 acres Davidson, A. N,. 74 acres Travis T- filtX arrs. Davis, Major, 30 acres and poll Davis, C, 25 acres Davis, B. L., 10 acres and poll Davis, J. E., 50 acres Frazier. T. R.. ? acres Frazier, J. R., 20 acres and poll Frady, Hester Ann, 25 acres Gilmore, G. W, 1 acre Hutchinson, M., 46 acres ' Hyder, A. L., 3&Y2 acres Hyder, A. L., 38 acres and poll Hale, O R., 40 8-10 acres and poll Hutchinson, Brown, 42 acres and poll Hodges, W. J., 50 acres Jones, W. W., 48 acres Jones, W. W, 18 acres Kearley, John, 100 acres and poll Lewis, Alfred, 15 acres and poll Lewis, A. J., 15 acres and poll Myers, J. C, & Spears, 2000 acres Norris, W. T., 35 acres and poll Norris, T. P, 50 acres Overdell, O H., 100 acres Phiflipsburg LandJompany, 113 acres Reams, Grace Belle, 400 acres Simmons, S. W 30 acres and poll Scarbrough, W. W., 75 acres Scarbrough, J. M., 18 acres ( VinWinkle, Perry, 224 acres and poll Vandever, James, 84 acres Warner, Frank,-75 acres Wilson, J. C, 25 acre and poll Warner, James, 15 acres Wil"son, Wm. 75 acres and poll Wyatt, Henry, 20 acres and poll Wyatt, J. F., 60 acres and poll Wyatt, Willie, 1 acre and poll Wilson, Tom, 25 acres Wyatt, J. W., 60 acres and poll T. F. BROWN, Trustee, Cumberland County. Oh, Much Better! Better to have a policeman call yon down than take you no: better to have him nuwl you out than haul yoif in. Boston Transcript. Playing the Came. The New York cop had Just Ovei hauled the bandit who was speeding away from the Jewelry store, his hands full of gems. "No fair!" protested tha burglar eoyly. "You didn't count a hundred before you started after me.' (Profuse and embarrassed apologies) from the cop, who calls off the chase.) New York Sun. Whale Meat Resembles Beef. The meal of the whple extends In great boneless masses, In uniform quality, from the base of the skull to the tail fin. Id appearance It is Similar to teef, but is somewhat coarsei in texture. Its flavor '9 said to suggest venison. One of the best "cuts" of the whnle is the heart, which weighs 3,000 pounds. CHINA FAMINE SUNDAY. Gov. A. A. Taylor has designated next Sunday, May 15, as China limine Sunday, at which time the churches ire expected to make a special effort to raise funds for the starving millions in China. When it "is remembered that three cents will feed one starving Chinese for one day there can be no excuse for any person not doing that much. If we will only deny ourselves luxuries for a single week and devote that amount to the China Famine Fund, reat aid will be lent to this cause that is of so especially humanitarian nature. Will you do it? Save a life for a day with three cents or do your full Christain duty and save many lives for many days by foregoing luxuries for a few days.