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THE CROSSVILLE CHRONICLE.
Yes, we have the merchan- dise for all reasonable aw A MWV aW r needs. Every thine j new and up-to-date, and BIG values. The rway to save money is to buy for & LESS. Every day is money-saving day ! at OUR STORE. dt Dresses of every description ; Suits for Misses and J Ladies; Skirts, best values to be found; Waists and Blouses, staple, stylish and big sellers ; Middy Suits . j and Flannel Middies, we have them. J Parber Shop Get a clean, pleasant shave or haircut with me. Everything clean and sani tary; especial care of razors and care ful that towels are best shape. WM. BANDY. I a Fashionable women everywhere enthuse over our Millinery and Ladies' Ready-to-Wear department. A big stock of Men's Suits, Odd Coats, Pants, Overcoats and Hats at prices cheaper than the ordi nary. " A complete stock of shoes. Every pair marked down to rock bottom regarless of cost. Consider the quality and our guarantee and we know you can not buy them cheaper. We are selling the best Outings and Ginghams at prices which are now as cheap as we can replace it at wholesale price. The Ball Band rubbers for men.women and child ren fit good and wear well. They cost no more than 'ithers, but will give much better service. We are selling much more groceries than we did fast year. Call on our Mr. Hill, give him an order and you will realize why. Our 'stocks are now large and complete. Come in and examine the merchandise In every case you will besatisficd with the quality as well as with the low prices'. We will' sell $20,000.00 worth of goods between now and the first of the year. This means depletion of present stocks. Make your selection early as the recent big rise in the price of cotton has caused many things to go up in price, and this will force Us to sell ' re-orders in these things at higher prices. Reed Mercantile Co. Lead in Price and Service V 4-K es They are spark-proof. They are crack-proof. They do not warp. Heat does not dry them out. .Ice action won't break them. Wind won't lift. them. Nails are protected from rust. Their red or green color is the color' of the natural slate and is fadeless. They require no paint. They are made with the best asphalt known, by a firm that has been perfecting asphalt processes for 46 years. They are inexpensive, and the best possible shingle value. JAMES SUPPLY CO., DISTRIBUTERS BILBREY BROS. HDW. CO. DEALERS In this issue Sheriff G. W. Walker out question he has the capability to announces as a candidate for the Re- make a good sheriff and in the face publican nomination to tne pmce ne.o hfs t record we ,eave it ent;reiy ow holds. Sheriff Walker has now .served the peopleover a year and his official duties have carried him to all parts of the county and into many homes, therefore the people must have seen enough of him to be able to decide if he is a satisfactory man to serve them another two years after to the people to decide as to his fit ness and only wish to say that he is a genial, pleasant officer and his past service shows that no person need fear he will be oppressive with them because clothed with authority. He will present his special claims for re- J. J. Castelman will move to Mont erey soon, possibly this week. Mr. and Mrs. Ridley Matthews were made happy Sunday morning by the arrival 01 a baDy boy. I am mining coal and am prepared to make mine deliveries at 15 cents a bushel. Paul Grreen. 10-19-tf. K. L. Bilbrey was here from Algood for the week-end. He returned home Sunday. C. E. Erwin was home from Clifty for the week-end. He returned Mon day. He was accompanied by Clyde Smith ,who plans to work there for a while. I am in the market for 5,000 to 10,000 pounds of chestnuts. Lon Rector I am in the market for 5,000 to 10,000 pounds of chestnuts. Lon Rector Mr. and Mrs Dock Powel. of Bon Air, Mrs Annie Swift and Mrs Minnie Lowery, of Sparta, were the dinner guests Sunday at the home of their sister, Mrs. VV. R. Thurman. Baxter Burnett and family were here from Monterey last week visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Q. Burnett. They returned home Sun day. Stitzel Hamby was here Sunday on his way to Knoxville seeking to get released from the army reserve force as he is now attending Cumberland University law shool, Lebanon. Should ic not be released he will very like y be called to .service at an early date. FOR SALE Good cow and calf; ill make excellent winter cow; calf six months old, hener. Also one pureblood Leghorn rooster; will sell for $1.00 now, will be more in thei spring. Inqurie at Chronicle office. Mrs T. M. Rector has been sick and confined to her room for a few days. - Friday as Mrs. A. D. Woody and four children, Mrs. Sam Woody, and an aunt of Mrs. A. D. Woody were returning from Isoline her car turned over near the residence of Jas. Smith. Mrs. Woody, children and her aunt were some bruised and slightly hurt, but nothing serious.' Mrs. Sam Woody was cut on the head, had her shoulder hurt and one rib broken. .She is not so seriously injured as to endanger her life and her early re covery is expected. FOR SALE My residence in Cross ville; also farm in suburbs, as a whole or will subdivide to suit purchaser, 3-7-tf C. E. Snodgrass Geo. P. Burnett visited his daughter Miss Hazel, who is a student in Car son-Newman College, over Sunaay. He reports her getting along nicely with her work and well satisfied. Mrs . W. A. Reed entertained Sat urday afternoon from 2 to 4 with a Hallowe'en party in honor of little Mabel Reed's fourth birthday. Hall owe'en decorations were used through out the home and games and con tests furnished amusement for the large number of little tots present. WANTED TO TRADE Mare with foal for good milk cow. Harry Hoff ner, Pomona, Tennessee. 10-12-tf. The High school will close at noon Thursday to permit the teachers to attend the East Tennessee Teachers Educaion-Association which will be in session Friday and Saturday, in Knox Ville. The teachers in the city school do not plan to attend. Rev. W. H. Blue, the newpastor of the M. E. church, south, will arrive this week. He will have charge of the churches at Crossville, Pomona, Clays ville and Mayland. Rev. Blue is a graduate of Vanderbilt and Emory Universities and comes highly recom mended for the work . LOST Gold bar pin with seven pearls, between the homes of A. J. McGuire and Miss Annie McGuire. Deliver at bank and receive reward. Miss Eva Wilson. W. D. Harrold has moved to the new Methodist school and N. E. Jackson and family have moved to the house vacated by Mr. Harrold and family. W. G. Adsmond, who is now county agent for McMinn county, with head quarters at Athens, was here Sunday for a brief visit with friends. OHIO Special for Saturday, October 29, only. Gray Federal Tubes, 30x3x3 $2.00 Ruggedtread Federal Casing, 33x4 $25.00 Ruggedtread Federal Casing, 30x3.. $10.00 and $13.00 Superior Casing.... $8.00 Medium Gas Oil, per gallon, $0.65 Heavy Gas Oil, per gallon, $0.75 t t t J. J. WILKES. ononoDODQaoaioaoDODODonocmo o a o o o o o a O o o o CANEY FORK STOCK FARM Farms in White County Ttnn. Offers Choice Hampshire Spring Boars and Gilts Kenyon Cherokee and out of Frieda Look out, she by Lookout Reminder, Jr. All of this stock is well grown, well belted, and already have the papers on them. For further information write: W. R. YOUNG, Nashville, Tenn. 3-B Jacksonian Apts. O o a o o a o o a o o a oaODODODOQODtOanODODODODODO Rev. F. B. Wyatt and wife, of Mel vine; and Miss Gregory and Miss Ermine Miller,, of Burke, were in town Saturday on their way to at tend the Teachers' Meeting at Pleas ant Hill. Men,! oolyiojo J Forget the idea that to have your feet fashionably clothed you must put up with a certain amount of foot-misery. When you want a shoe right up to the minute in style, made over a last that is snug-fitting, thor oughly comfortable and one that will outwear your expectations, trot around and let us fit you up in a pair of our excellent ur fee! j ! CI BENCH MADE C We think too much of your buaines to misguide you, and if we didn't KNOW these Shoe are right, we would n't tell you they are. REED MERCANTILE CO ir In this .issue James F. Brown an nounces as a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk. Mr. Brown is so well known to most of the people of our county that we feel an introduction from us is scarcely necessary. We wish to say, however, that we have been personaly acquainted with him for nearly-forty years went to school The Art Circle will meet with Mrs. H. R. Webb this week. Attorney G. W. Cline has moved his office to the Spencer building. We were misinformed into mak in the the statement last week that Mrs. J. D. Wheeler was sick. We are glad o know that our information with him and know him to be well was incorrect and that Mrs. Wheeler" qualified to discharge the duties of the office. For several years he has been working for D. M. Wheeler throughout this section in the lumber business and has acquired a fund of information touching the solvency of many of our. people and thereby will know if they would be safe as secur ity individuals, which would be no small benefit to the litigants and the public in general. He has presented his' case in an open letter to the pub lic much better than we are able to do and we suggest that the voters read it carefully. The editor of the Chronicle shall rermember what he says about meeting the old man who ESTRAYED OR STOLEN. this term expires next August. With- election to the people in person One pair light bay or brown mare mules, seven years old, about 15 hands high, weigh about 950 pounds each. Ten Dollars reward. Dr. T. L. Smith, Rockwood, Tenn. I0-io-2t. is enjoying good health. Earl Wheel er, wife and two children are here from Cook Place, Fentress county, for an extended visit with his mother and other relatives, but not because of the sickness of his mother. The remains of Carson.Guthrie, who died in France in a hospital during the World War, were returned home and burried at Livingston Sunday. Mrs Guthrie and children, except some children residing in the west, and Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Reed, Clay, Rose, J. L. Rose, Raht Haley, J. S. Reed, Misses Gladys Com stock. Alice , Jernigan and Violet Haley, attended ( the funeral from here. The young . r . 1 t .1 - . I IS out 01 louatto ior intrc may uci . ,,. u;t,i a t... .1.. r .. w n ..,:. man was highly esteemed by the peo- two of us. We nave bought a twist' . T j r. w,.,. a a it cn,.iaiiv'Ple.of Livmston and Overton county for him against the time of which t he speaks, should it ever come. Twanty-five Dollar Reward. I will pay the above reward for in formation sufficient to convict the person or persons who stole my black Essie boar hog, described in the Chronicle recently. io-2-2t. R. R. DUNBAR. and a large number of people attend ed the funeral. JOHNWHITE&CO LOUISVILLE, IttokliikUli t! Liberal aaaartment rul! Value put Raw Furs m 1 vzcj'.i