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THE CROSSVILLE CHRONICLE.
nnoaonononoooQonoononononn o O D O D O O o D O o n o o o o o a o Flora Flour That Flora, Plain Superb Patent is living up to it's reputation as "Twenty years a leader" is evidenced by the fact that it won the recent Davidson County Baking Contest held at Nashville, Tennessee, and a few days later captured the Tennessee Baking Con test held at Columbia, Tennessee, receiving the high est endorsement from all those in the contest. The same grade that won these prizes is the same grade that the mill has been putting in the Flora bag for the past twenty years or more, until to-day it is by far the most popular brand of plain flour on the Southern Market. W. T. HALE. o D O Q o o o o a o o o a o a o onoEocononconoDocionoconon t Big Soap Bargains i Get enough soap for your present and future use at prices never to be equaled. 4 Bars Laundry Soap 10c 2 Bars Toilet Soap. 10c All 6 Bars for 25c JACKSON BROS. lied Hiding Hood Shoes M 'OTHER! Here's the Shoe for that youngster - him comfort and taves you money ! gioes "Chit it the original Pla-Shu with to many imitatort. Made under a special process without tack or nailt, over perfect foot-form lasts: Chey are at flexible a a Turn, A as comfortable as a Moccasin and as durable at a man 't i. )... tr-L... i ...jij ucupj anuc. urK noC(Cd una UIH no stratJi up the floors and furniture. IZhe mott perfect shoe ever made for growing boys and girls. REED MERCANTILE COMPANY Tanlac, that wonderful medicine1, sold in Crossville by Craigs Pharmacy. The following persons left Sunday for Cookeville as federal jurymen: H. Lee Dunbar, Sampson DeRossett, J. D. Dorton and Esq. C. H. McCoy. Roy C. Bishop, who is an electric Jan on the U. S. Destroyer Hulbert, left Saturday to return to, his ship at New York. He stopped in Knoxville for two days visiting his sister and brother. His 30-day furlough will expire today. He was accompanied his mother who passed a few days in Knoxville. In this issue Thomas S. Randolph announces as candidate for County Court Clerk. We have known Mr. Randolph personally for some ten year's and have full confidence in his integrity of purpose and his stability of character. He was for several years a member of the county court and during that time stood firmly for the clean thing as he saw the situation. He is a Christian gentle man, well qualified to disharge the -duties of the office and should he be nominated the people may feel safe that he will carefully attend to the duties the place impose, and he will also be found assisting every move ment that means progress and devel opment for the county. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Irish, Knoxville, Thursday. Mrs. Chas Comstock went to Knox ville to be with her daughter. Register S. C. Cline went to Nasn ville yesterday in response to a sum mons commanding him to appear there today, November 9, to give evi dence in a criminal suit, State vs. W C. Thomas, charged .with fraudulent transaction in real estate. His evi dence will be relative to the records of his office. He may be absent sev eral days. WANTED Agents, men and wo men. Good proposition for live en ergetic workers. A money maker Write at once. J. D. Torrey, Man ager, 620-4th. and 1st. Natl. Bk. Bldg., Nashville, Tennessee. , 11-0-31. T. E. Measamer went to Nashville Monday to attend the Retail Merch ants Association that is in session there this week. Fred Dunlap arrived home Sunday discharged from the army. He had been at Camp Dix, N. J. Mr. Dunlap was one of the volunteer company from this colunty. He saw service in France as one of the famous 30th. .division and is now wearing the French decoration for that service. His last enlistment was for one year . He may re-enlist a little later. J3arber 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. Chas J. Julian was in Cookeville last weekon business. I am mining coal and am prepared to make mine deliveries at 15 cents a bushel. Paul Grreen. 10-19-tf. Mrs. Paul Green, who ha sbeen vis iting in Memphis .for some time is tx pected home next week. j : J. H. Findlay was here from Knox-': ville last week looking after business. : He is conducting a lumber business ; in Knoxville and is doing well. 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 Last week Phillip Vanhoy pur.;; chased from Sampson DeRossett the : six-room cottage on Webb Avenue that Mr. DeRossett purchased about ' a year ago. The purchase price was j $1,700. j: Tosenh Peterson, wife and two! children arrived from Knox county last week and took possession of the Paul Linde farm, which Mr. Peterson recently purchased, two miles south of town. FOR SALE Good cow and calf; --vil 1 make excellent winter cow; calf six month); old, heifer. Also one pureblood Leghorn rooster; will sell for $i.oo now, will be more in the spring. Inqurie at Chronicle office. At the Masonic gathering Friday night in honor of the 169th anniver sary of the induction of George Wash ington into the mysteries of Masonry, there was in attendance about fifty masons and Easter Star members. A program was rendered followed by refreshments. The occasion proved to be one of unusual. pleasure to those present. Mrs. Chas Julian left yesterday for Monday, Texas, on account of the sickness of her mother. She will likely be absent some weeks. Bie shioment of Tanlac iust re ceived. Craigs Pharmacy, local agent. The new brick building being built by J. W. Buttram and J. W. Laminack is - rapidly nearing completion. The walls are up and the roof is being put on. The building is 32x90 with basement. The attic is of such height that a very serviceable room can be made there should ronditiors require. They plan to put in feed shortly and are expecting to install milling ma chinery in the spring. The location is beside the T. C. track just west of the depot, which is a very favorable location for, either the feed business or milling purposes. Friday evenig at 6:30 Mr. Porter Conatser and Miss Corda Shillings were married by Esq. O. B. Rector at his home. The bride and groom will make their home for the present with the bride's mother, Mrs. W. H. Shill ings. Mr. Conatser has in the past been working in the lumber woods with a large concern near Petros, but last year he met with a serious ac cident and had one leg badly broken. He is not fully recovered yet and is operating a car for hire. He is a very pleasant gentleman and has manv friends in this section. The bride is the daughter of the late W.J H. Shillings, a man of splendid- char acter and one who was held in high esteem. F. H. Washburn arrievd form West Palm Beach, Fla., where he and Mrs. Washburn have been for some months Thev mav decide to return here to make their home. Mr. Washburn is here now looking the field over. Augustus Turner, who is a student at Cumberland University law school, Lebanon, was home for the week-end Mr. Turner isNan energetic young man and his friends confidently expet him to show splendid results from his studies. Mark C Dunbar, H. Lee Dunbar and son, Kenneth, all plan to go to West Palm Beach, Fla , fo rthe winter so soon as H. Lee Dunbar it released from serving on the federal jury at Cookeville. Groceries and Meat All kinds of fresh and up-to-date groceries at the right price, and further reduction of fresh meats. Come in and give me a trial. We quote the following prices on fresh beef: Stewing, per lb 8 1-3 Roast, per lb 15c Round Steak, per lb 20c Porter House, per lb 25c T. Bone, per lb ..25c N. V. SPECK. 1 DIRECTORY OF SUNDAY SCHOOLS, CUMBERLAND COUNTY. From information compiled, largely through reports of public school teachers, the following directory of Sunday Schools of Cumb erland County, has been prepared. It does not claim to be full or absolutely correct, but. will give an idea of religious sentiment pre vailing in the different communities. Since most of the religious work in the county is carried on in the public schoolhouses the direc tory is set up accordingly, and gives the distance and direction of each schoolhouse frim the nearest railroad station. It was made up by James D. Burton, Sunday-school representative, of Oakdale, Tenn., who covers this territory. He was assisted by County Sup erintendent Cline in the location of schoolbuildings. The directory is as follows : CUMBERLAND COUNTY SCHOOL HOUSES FOR SALE. One marc, buggy and harness, ont spring wagon, one Texas-style saddle, one Holstein cow giving milk, two sows and pigs, one washing machine and wringer, four rocking chairs, one library and dining table, dining chairs, combination bookcase and "desk, one bureau, one kitchen safe, kitchen sink, four-burner oil stove 'and oven and numerous other articles. il-2-tf. CHAS. J. JULIAN ' Name of School Alloway, Burgess, Browntown, Big Sandy, Baker's X Roads, Chestnut Hill. Crab Orchard, Cave Springs, Cross Roads, Cold Springs, Creston, Daysville, Dogwood, Elmore, Forest Hill, Flynn Cove, Flat Rock, Fredonia, Fairview, Grassy Cove, Hickory Grove, Hales Chapel, Howard Springs, Hebbertsburg, Jewett, Key Reed, Kindred, Liberty, Linaria, Lantana, Mt. Union, Meridian, Millstone, Mill Creek, Moulder, Mayland, Neverfail New Era, Newton, Oak Grove, Orme, Ozone, Pilot Knob, Pugh, Plateau, Pine Grove, Pomona, Pleasant Hill, Rock Branch, Smith's Chapel, Slate Springs, Shiloh, Thomas Springs, Taylor's Chapel, Tollett's Chapel, Union Grove, Woody, Winesap, Westel, Distance and Direction from nearest R.R. Sta. Religious Work Roddy, 6 w. Union Sunday School. Crossville, i6w. " " " Ciifty, 6e. Baptist Crab Orchard, 8sw. " " " Creston,2Sw. ' " " " Dorton, 4ne. No " " Tenn. Central Bap., Chris't, M. E. So. Crossville, 13s. Not reported iSn. No S. S. Isoline, 4n. Union S. S. Tenn. Central, Baptist " " " M. E. and Baptist Daysville, 4se. Baptist S. S. . Isoline, 2n. " " Dorton, ion. Union " Crossville, I2w. Christian " 18s. No Creston, in. Baptist " Dorton, iw. Union " Crab Orchard, 8s. Pres., Bap., M. E. So. Crossville, 13SC M. E. S. S. 12s. " " " 3w. Not Reported Crab Orchard, I2n. Christian S. S. Spring City, low. Pres. " Crab Orchard, 12c No " Rockwood, 7n. Baptist " Crab Orchard, 2w. Union " Crossville, 6s. Presby. " 6sw. Ciifty. Union Crab Orchard, 4sw. Presby. " Waldensia, 3n. Union " Isoline, 6ne. " " Daysville, 3n. Baptist " Tenn. Central, Union " Mayland, sw. Christian " Crossville, 18s. Union " Ciifty, ne. Not Reported Crossville, I2sw. " " 15s. Tenn. Central Presby. S S Ciifty, ie. Not Reported Plateau, 3c Baptist S. S. Tenn. Central Union " Crab Orchard, 7n. No " Crossville, 7w. M. E. So. " " I2w. Cong. " " 3n. Not Reported Mayland, 7w. Baptist S. S. , Crossville, 7n. Union " " 7n. Not Reported Ciifty, 7c Union S. S. Crossville, 8w. M. E. " Sw. Holiness S. S. Isoline, 4n. Union " Creston, 7n. Baptist " Crossville, 18s. Not Reported Tenn. Central, Presby. S. S. JAMES D. BURTON. - JOHNWfflTE&CO. LOUISVIU.I, KV. ItttkUiMUiW Liberal aeeerlment ai Raw Furs Mrs. Chas. Jacksou was over from Ciifty for the week-end visiting home foldks the Bradys. Mrs. T. F. Brown brought some second growth apples to the Chronicle office Monday that were as large as good-sized marbled They ' were of the limber-twig . variety. It some times happens that the early varieties such as June apples will ripen a sec ond crop in this section, but the num ber that a single tree produces is always small. Mrs. G. T. Ren fro and son, George T. Jr., went to Nashville last week. They may remain there all winter so the boy can be in school. Attorney E. G. Tollett went to Cookeville Monday to attend federal court. Just received a large shipment of the wonderful remedy, Tanlac. This is the great medicine you have been hearing so much about. The remedy, that's made such a wonderful rep-: utation and which has accomplished such remarkable results all o.ver the United States and Canada. Get your bottle now at Craigs Pharmacy. I. E. Thurman, Emmett Hamby, Rainey Thurman, T. M. Rector, Walt er and Will Stone went to some point north of town on Obed liver Monday, for a few days hunting and camping.