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DR. F.J. UPHAM DENTIST OROSSVILLE. TENN. DORTON & BURNETT, ATTORNEYS First rooms in Bank Building. CROSSVILLE. TENN I Roy Hinch, who is attending school at Chattanooga, spent the week-end with home folks. The youngest child of Earl Jewett is very sick. Cleatie Knox, who is attending school here, spent the week-end with home folks. Mrs. Flora Sherrill was here visit ing her daughter Saturday and Sun day. Oct. 31. XX. HARRY G. SABINE Attorney ROCKWOOD. TENN. ANNOUNCEMENT RATES Following are announcement rates for the coming campaign. In every instance the fee must be paid in ad vance: For United States Senate $20.00 For Congress $30.00 For Governor $ao.oo For State Senate $i5- For Floater ! $i3-o For District Judge $15. For County Offioe $10.00 For District Office $300 ABOUT GAME TRUSTEE BURNETT We are authorized to iannounce 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 organized 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 of 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, subject to the action of the Republi can party. SHERIFF. SHAVER We are authorized to announce Dillon Shaver as a candidate for Sheriff subject to the action of the Republican party in its organized capacity. The quail season will soon open in Cumberland county and I am desir ious and very anxious that every sportsman observe the game laws and purchase their hunting license before he goes hunting. Heretofore the game laws have not been observed as they should have been, and the result has been that the game has been de troyed without protection. I am appointing deputy wardens in your county for thev protection of your game and fish and this depart ment is anxious indeed that all sports men co-operate with me and see that the game laws are enforced and that every hunter buys his license. Your license fund goes to this department to help defray the expenses of entoic ing the law for the protection of game and fish, and the law provides that the department must live within its revenue, or, in other words, they can use no fund except that derived from the sale of licenses and fines from their convictions. I am trying to make you a good game warden. I am a sportsman and I know that the majority of the sports men in your couhry are real men and glad to assist the department all they can, and can render this department valuable service by speaking a good word for the protection of the game to your friends and neighbors in sist that they equip themselves with hunting licenses before the season opens. I am trying to enforce the law on a high plane and I am instruct ing my wardens to disregard friv olous cases, but to prosecute the wil ful violators.- 1 The revenue in some counties is so small it is impossible to employ a warden at a salary until the revenue derived from the county is sufficient to justify the department to pay sal aries. I will greatly appreciate all co-op eration and investigation of the dep uties. I expect every sportsman and the citizens generally to assist me to stock every stream in lennessee with fine fish, but before I can do so, I must have the fu'l co-operation, and the dynamiting and seining will have to be stopped. C. P. WILLIAMS, State Game Warden. NOTICE BEFORE MAKING DEED. WALKER We are authorized to announce the name of Sheriff G. W Walker as a candidate to succeed himself, subject to the action of the Republican party in it organized capa city. MARTIN WE are authorized to an nounce F. D. (Dug') Martin as a candi date for Sheriff subject to the action of the Republican party in its organ ized capacity. CIRCUIT COURT CLERK IIENDLEY We are authorized to announce the name of Herman C. Hendley as a candidate for re-election as Circuit Court Clerk, subject to the aciin of the republican party. lUiOWN 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 Court Clerk subject to the action of the Republican party. RANDOLPH We are authorized to announce Thomas S. Randolph as a candidate for County Court Clerk subject to the action of the Republi can party in its organized capacity. JEWETT Mrs., S. E. Knox spent the week-end here with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. James Hindi. Mrs. Mary Hin.h, who has been' verv sick, is slowly improni!;. Mrs. C. Harris, of Litton, was in this vicinity last week. To T. J. Maupin: As the owner of sixty acres o? lano situated in the Fourth Civil D;strict of Cumberland County, Tennessee, and bounded on the north by Craig, on the east by McGuffy, on the south bv Gibbs. on the west by Maupin, vou are hereby notified that unless you appear at my office in the court house in the town of Crossville, Icnr.., on or before the 26th, day of Jan uary, 1922, and pay the sum of $21.21 State, County, and all other taxes assessed against said lands, together with all interests and costs incur red, including this notiie of publication as now provided by law, your right to redeem same shall be forever bar red, and deed to the same will be at once executed by me to O. B. Maup in, the purchaser of said lands. Witness my hand and seal of office this 26th day of October, 1921. H. C. HENDLEY io-26-4t. Circuit Court Clerk. MICKIE SAYS OVERrHWJU JOBS -0 UAST KAE ALL VU1VMER., 1SYE.M Of 0 1- BBS. 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Mr. nd Mrs. Tom Turner and lit tle daughter, Lily, went to see their daughter, Mrs. Alex Hawn. who was very sick with typhoid. They found her much improved. On Wednesday of last week VV. J. Turner lost his bam with all his feed stuff, by fire. It is supposed the hay was put up a little damp and caught fire by spontaneous combus tion. The loss fall heavilv on Mr. Turner. Two years ago he lost his house with most all its contents, he is a man with a large family and his wife almost blind. He has th esym pathy of the entire community. Mr. and Mrs Tilden Lavender and little daughter,. Ruby, and Mr. Lav ender's youngest sister, Mrs EUb Cooper and three youngest children of Morgan county, drove over last Sunday to see their Aunt, Mrs. Eliz abeth Myatf, they returned home Sunday . Mrs. Margarett Elmore is very siclc at this writing and is not expected to survive. Mrs. Wm. Potter returned from Hebbertsburg Saturday. She reported her sister very low. She was accom panied home by her nephew, Henry Carter. Eliia Turner returned home from Davidson Saturday. He was accom panied home by his brother, Tames Turner, wife and baby. J. b. Brown was m this vicinity last week shaking hands wit hthe voters. Miss Emma Tabor spent the week end with home folks last week. Nov. 4. May Bee. Robert Young and Mrs. Joe Jordan went to Fentress county the first of last week to visit relatives. Esq. C. H. McCov and daugher, Arrie, made a business trip to Cross- ville recently. Robert Young is preparing to build a barn, Perry Dixon is helping with the work. Elijah Turner went to Davidson Wednesday.. Oct. 29. May Bee. SALE OF LAND In obedience to a decree of the County Court at Crossville, Cumber land County, Tennessee, made in the case of James Edward Dayton, vs. Clay Dayton, et ah, I will on 28th, November, IQ2I, at noon, in front of the Court house door in Crossville, sell to the highest and best bidder the tract of land, in said decree des cribed, being the farm on which J. M. T. Caudell now resides, in the 1st Civil District of Cumberland county, and containing thirty-six acres more or less. Said sale will be on a credit of 6 and 12 months, and in bar of the equi ty of redemption. Notes bearing in terest from date of sale with good personal security will be required of the purchaser; and a lien will be re tained on the property sold, as fur ther security. No bid will be accepted for less than $600.00. This November 4, 1921. W. D. HEDGECOTH, n-9-3. County Court Clerk. CRESTON ' Mr. and Mrs. Andy Elmore were week-end guests of Mrs. Mary Lindcr; Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Tabor attend ed church at Crossville Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Jackson, of Pomona, visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Jones Wednesday. Mrs. Millie Morrow and grand daughter, Miss Mary Ellen Morrow, were guests of Mrs John Brewer Sunday. Miss Bell Douglas is visiting her niece, Mrs. Chas Spencer. Mrs Wash Johnson went ot C'rosi.. ville Saturday fo -medical teatrment. McKinley I. owe arrived Thursday from Alton Park, where he had been visiting with friends. Mrs. John Spencer and two daught ers went to Monterey Saturday to visit her parents. Mrs. Lavada Black spent Thursday night with Mrs. Wm. Parsons. Mrs. Wid Parsons is quite sick., Mrs. Green Taylor went to Knox ville Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Duncan went to Crossville Monday. November 7. Violet. WATERMAN FOUNTAIN PENS If you have never used a fount ain pen, you do not know -what you have missed in pen comfort and convenience. If you have used a fountain pen, you very like ly know that WATERMAN is the last word in fountain pens. 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