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THE CROSSVILLE CHROHICLt
DR. F.J. UPHAM DENTIST! OROSSVILLfc. TENN. DORTON & BURNETT, ATTORNEYS j Flrtt rooms la bank Building, j & CROSSVILLE. TENN HARRY G. SABINE Attorney ROCKWOOD, TENN. ANNOUNCEMENT RATES Following are announcement rates' for the coming campaign. In every j instance the fee must be paid in ad- t yancc : For United Slates Senate.... $20.00 W For Congress $ao.O0W For Governor $20.00; S For State Senate $i5-oo'c3 For Floater S-OOjM For District Judge $15.00' & For County Ofiice $10.00, For District Ofiice $3 00 ' $N I A TRUSTEE BURNETT We are authorized to announce John Q. Burnett as a cand idate for Trustee, subject to the action of the republican party in its organ ized capacity. JONES We are authorized to an nounce the name of E. B. Jones as a Candidate for Trustee subject to the action of the Republican party in its ;prganizod capacity. BLACK We are authorized to an nounce the name of Mrs. Lavada Black as a candidate for Trustee subject to the action of the Republi can party in its organized capacity. REED We are authorized to an nounce Mrs. Grace Reed as a cand idate for Trustee subject to the action C-f the Republican party in its organ ized capacity. REGISTER CLINE We are authorized to an nounce S. C. Cline as a candidate for re-election to the office of Register, teubject to" the action of the Republi can party. SHERIFF. ... SHAVER We are authorized to announce Dillon Shaver as a candidate the Republican party in its organized fS 'capacity. A : WALKER We are authorized to W announce the name of Sheriff G. W. $3 Walker as a candidate to succeed Cfc himself, subject to the action of the V Republican party in it organized capa- 3 city. CIRCUIT COURT CLERK HENDLEY Wc are authorized to'? announce the name of Herman C. ft Hendley as a candidate for re-election j as Circuit court cierK, sudjcci to me action of the republican party. BROWN We are authorized to an nounce J. F. Brown as a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk subject to the action of the Republican party in its organized capacity. COUNTY COURT CLERK HEDGECOTH We are authorized to announce W. D. Hedgecoth as a candidate for re-election as County A Clourt Clerk subc to the action of, 52 the Republican party. GRASSY COVE 9 I The new minister filled his appoint- IllL'Ul HI m. ( Mill vil lien .Junuaj y morning. He delivered a very interest ft ing sermon. His name is unknown to the writer but we wish him good w success 011 his new field of labor. Mr. and Mrs. N. M Hartman and Mrs. W. B. Andrews were shopping in Crab Orchard lat week. Arthur Ford and wife, from Linary, spent the week-end with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs J. B. Loden. Mr. and Mrs. J C. Ford and Creeu Kemmer spent the week-end with home folks. 01 E8 2,500 Acres on Cumber land Plateau Bon Air Coal and Iron Corporation Lands Surrounding CLIFTY and EASTLAND IN TRACTS OF 5 TO 100 ACRES On Premises NOVEMBER 8TH AND 9TH, BEGINNING NOVEMBER 8TH, AT 10 A. M. These lands are geographically in the center of the Cumberland Plateau, a section of Tennessee that is widely known for its coal, minerals, timber and rich soil, and in the heart of a prosperous, rapidly growing community. Clifty, the little town which most of these 'lands surround, is a model, up-to-date, thriving and prosperous coal mining and lumber town.with a population of about 900; has a railroad station, several stores, school and churches and a high-class citizenship. - This property, which we will sell absolutely to the highest bidder and on very liberal terms, is now being surveyed and platted into tracts of five to one hundred acres each tract being well-located , with good building site and both tillable and timbered lands, as well as "sufficient pasturage. On several of these tracts there are now nice cottages. By so dividing this property both' the small and large investor will be given an opportunity to make good investments in a growing section, rich in soil and natural resources, where prop erty is destined soiui to bring higher prices. The soil is a fine, sandy loam, which is easily tilled and at the same time supplied with sufficient clay subsoil to enable it to retain well both manurial substances and moist ure. It is well adapted to a great variety of crops, including corn, clover, grass, forage crops, vegetables and fruits. The wide .range for several months in the year, together with the fact that the soil is especially adapted to forage crops, such as soy beans, cow peas, etc., as well as clover and grass, make the cattle and sheep industry one of the most profitable employments. Practically all of this land has sufficient timber for necessary out houses and fences. At Clifty a big and sufficient lumber camp is operated by Ransom-Benedict Lumber Com pany, one of the largest lumber interests in the South, which will be a great aid to those who desire to build on tracts purchased. Transportation facilities are splendid with the Nashville, Chattanooga and St. Louis Railway giving outlet to Nashville, Atlanta, and Chattanooga and the other big railway centers. The Memphis to Bristol Highway which will run through this property, designed as a part of a national system of highways, is now being completed through Cumberland and White counties, a distance of 40 miles. There are also good graded county roads leading in most every direction from this property. 1 1 A surprise birthday supper wai giv en for Mrs. James Dayton Saturday by the members of her family, ana a few intimate friends were invited. A most delicious and bounteful sup per was served, and a delightful time was had by all present. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carmichael, and Mrs. McBroom, of Chattanooga, are the guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Stanley. Mrs Car michael and Mrs. McBroom will be remembered as Misses Mae and Maud Stanley. Rev. Robert Hall, of Jamestown, was a guest Saturday and Sunday at the Dayton Home, and favored his former congregation here with splen did services and a splendid sermon Sunday evening. Mrs. Amanda Matthews, of Crab Orchard, is visiting Mrs. James Day ton. Mrs. Louise Moore, of Chattanooga, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ferris. October 25. O. B. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES MIDDLE DIS TRICT OF TENNESSEE NORTH EASTERN DIVISION In the matter of D. H. Blalock, Alleged Bankrupt. No. 150 In Bankruptcy Whereas J. S. Reeves and Company and others have filed a petition here in praying that D. H. Blalock be ad judged bankrupt, and it appears from th Marshal's return upon the writ of subpoena that said alleged bank rupt is not to be found within this district and that personal service of process cannot be made; whereas said alleged bankrupt has not volun tarily appeared hereto, it is, on mo tion of the petitioners, ordered by the court: 1. That said alleged bankrupt be, and hereby is, directed to appear. answer, or otherwise make defense to said petition by the 17 day of Novem ber, 1021 ; and 2. That this order be published once a week for two consecutive weeks in a daily newspaper published in Crossville. Tennessee, the last of said publication to be made not less than ten days before the date here inabove mentioned. Approved Jfor entry, Sanford, Judge. H. M. DOAK, io-26i2t. Clerk. CHESTNUT HILL N 8 This is an excellent opportunity for making a good investment or buying a home and farm. Property in this section is going higher and higher. These lands will be sold on very liberal terms a small cash payment and the bal- ance easy, or a liberal discount will be allowed for cash.- And REMEMBER, every piece is going to be sold absolutely to the highest bidder, regardless of price. H ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS IN GOLD WILL BE GIVEN AWAY DURING THE SALE FOR FULL INFORMATION, PHONE, WRITE OR SEE DR. W. B. YOUNG, BON AIR, TENNESSEE OR MI jj 1 1 HUD 304 Third Avenue North, NASHVILLE, TENN. tA? i p. WINESAP Mm L. S. Hale is visiting friends 1 - . A I it!. m t Tr-i ana relatives ai aixuuvi wua vw. . Rirfirk Rev. L. M. Brewer and family mov- C. Kemmer and daughter tu, " , . .L - t,,. t,. jars, t. iV. ourgcas, wiiu na on tha ick list for sometime, seems Coveite.'to 6e riowly improving. Mrs. A werein Crossville Monday having dent nl work done. October 24. Hugh Barnett, of Sequatchie valiey, 'who has just returned from Kansas, !was in this vicinity Sunday. Rev. I. J. Burgess made a business trip to Pikeville this week. Walter Hale, William Burgess and Jim Brewer went to Glade Creek Saturday to a school rally. They ie ported a most enjoyable time. Miss Delia Burgess was the dinner guest of Misses Mollie and Eliza Edmon, Sunday. Many of the young people of this place attended the revival at Belview last week which was conducted by Rev. Peter Angel. October 24. Dixie. In the government printing plant there are 86 linotypes. y Rev. Crain, from Crossville, preach ed a fine sermon Sunday at It o'clock then the Chestnut Hill S. S. spread a fine dinner.. The four note singers from Crossville entertained the crowd in the faternoon with their singing. All enjoyed the singing very much and hope the class will not be dis couraged with our rough roads and will come again in the near future. John Goss and Horace 'Ledbetter are building each a chimney before cold weather sets in. Major Swafford and wife were vis iting Mrs. Swafford's sister, Mrs Earl Oakes Sunday. Sam NeeTey was visiting at Earl Oakes Sunday. Mrs Hedrick spent Saturday ana Sunday with Mrs. Jane Turner. Wnine Froffett was in this section after his cattle last week. Mrs Tom Kendrick, who has been sirk for the past three weeks is re ported better. Mrs Addie Ford, who has been spending a couple of weeks with home folks at Algood, returned home Saturday. Alt Melton had a fine horse to nag himself Friday evening in the hip when the boys were driving in his cattle. The snag had broke off in the horse's hip and Saturday morn ing A. B. Clifton was called to get he broken piece out and it measured about 13 inches. A M. Swicegood was over from Pockwood Saturday a'id Sunday vis iting his son Baxter Swicegood John Stansberry was in from Knox ville visiting home folks recently. D. M. Swicegood was in this part last Sunday. October 25. Topsy. STATEMENT OF OWNER SHIP, MANAGEMENT, CIR CULATION, ETC. Required by the act of Con gress of August, 24 1912, of the Crossville Chronicle, published weekly at Crossville, Tennessee, that the name and address of the publisher, editor, managing edi tor and business manager is S. C. Bishop, Crossville, Tenn., that J. W. Dorton, Crossville, is sole owner, that the Chronicle Pub lishing Company, which publishes the Crossville Chronicle, is a cor poration and that their are no bondholders, mortagces or other security holders holding one per cent of the aforesaid company's stock. S. C. Bishop, Manager. Sworn to and subscribed before ne this 24th day of October, 1921. J. W. Dorton. Notary Public. My commission expires July 14, 1924.