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Fresh pread
I now have my bakery in operation
and bake each day at four o'clock,
which means you can get fresh bread
and rolls at that hour. We use the
best flour we can get and feel that
we turn out bread that has no super
ior. Give me a trial.
FOR SALE Two Barred Rock
cockerels at $250 each. A. C. Koser
J. H. Beeson left last week for
Florida to pass the winter.
Julius Ruff was in from Isoline last
FOR SALE MY house and one
acre of land. L. F. Hardin, Cossville.
Mrs. and Mrs. O. P. McCampbell
were in from their farm near Creston
last week.
Mrs. H. I. Dunbar was home from
her teaching work at Ozone for the
week-end returning Sunday afternoon.
For drilling test holes and water
wells see J. H. Graham, Pomona. 12-
The Ladies Aid of the Congrega
tional church will meet with Mrs. A.
L. Garrison, Thursday at 2:30 p. m.
Tt is astonishing how quickly Tan
lac will produce results. You usually
feel better from the very firs tdose.
Craig's Pharmacy.
Miss Hallie Dunbar, who is teaching
in the Kockwooa city scnooi, was
liome for the week-end. She returned
to her duties Sunday afternoon.
Circuit court is in session here this
week, but so little had been done up
to Tuesday night that we are unable
to give much of consequence this
week, but will give what we can next
Many foreign countries are clamor
ing for Tanlac.Its fame is world-wide
For sale at Craigs Pharmacy.
Mrs. S. I. Horn has been sick for
some days with something similar to
grippe or flu, but is bette rat this time.
Her condition is not regarded as seri
ous. .
"This is your chance." If you have
broom cora t be made into brooms,
we do such business through the mails
at reasonable rates. Write us for
particulars. Mountain City Broom
Works, Chattanooga, Tenn. 2-i-2t.
Word has been received that Miss
Ruth DeRossett had found a pleasant
stopping place with the Dreutzers
upon her arrival in Cincinnati and
that she has been assigned to a town
in Indiana as expert milliner and trim
mer fro the coming season.
"We have sold 07,000 bottles of
Tanlc and have never had a single
complaint." Jacobs' JPharmacy, At
lanta, Ga. Sold by Craig's Pharmacy.
Miss Francis Waters arrived here
last week from her home at Green
wood for a visit with friends here. It
will be remembered that Mis sWaters
was a teacher i nthe high school here
for several years and rendered most
efficient service. She has numerous
friends here who are glad Jo weVme
NOTICE I will be in Crossville, at
the Taylor Hotel, Wednesday after
noon, February 15th and Thursday
morning, February 16th to examine
eyes and fit glasses. Examinations
free. Dr. C. O. Johnson. j
church: Prayer meeting Wednesday
evening at 6:45. Choir practice at
7.45. Sunday, Feb. 12, Sunday School
at 10:00 o'clock, Dr. Reed, Supt.
Preaching at n :oo. subject: "Hearers
and Doers." The B.Y.P.U. will meet
at 6:15 p. 111. Preaching at 7:00 sub
ject : "A Rose Among Thorns. We
have a warm house, good singing, and
good congregations. "Come with us,
vvc will do thee good." W. C. Creas
man. Pastor.
M. H.Burnett returned last week to
his work as foreman of a sawmill at
Laager, Grundy county, where' h eis
working with a large lumber concern.
FOR. SALE Pair good-sized, coin
ing three-year-old horse mules. Price
$200, one-third cash, balance time.
h. R. Neel, Mayland. 2-8-tf.
Virden Hamby returned from Flori
da last week and reports his mother
considerably better from her recent
stroke of paralysis, but that she is
not as yet sufficiently recovered to be
able to move about. The affliction is
in her entire right side and she has
been helpless from the first.
Viden Hamby and Win. Hemforee
went to Knoxville last week for Mr.
Hamby to go before an examining
U. S. Army Supply
If you are in need of good, warm
clothing at lowest prices, come in
and look at my stock.
Best grade army shoes, prices ranging from $2.75
to $5.20. Blankets, Leggins, Motor Coats Leather
Jerkins, Wool Coats, Motor Caps, Raincoats, Sweaters
Overcoats, Wool Pants, Wool Socks, Wool Shirts.
We carry your needs in the army
goods line. Our government bought
the best. When you buy here you
buy the best.
In Spencer Building
The Chronicle has arranged
with some of the leading Cross
ville citizens for a few articles
suggesting what should be done
for our town to make it a better
town to live in and more attrac
tive to good and progressive
people as a place to live. In
order that the writers may feel
perfectly , free to express them
selves without being censured,
the Chronicle has decided to
withhold the names of the writ
ers. .
The Real Big Advance Type.
Our Herd is representative of the best blood lines to be
found in America.
Can furnish anything desired, at all ages. Write your
wants can arrange terms of payment to suit the buyer.
Everything shipped on approval. Registration papers fur
nished free with every hog, All stock double immune from
N. H. NORVELL, Tracy City," Tenn.
According to the "ground-hog tra
IS" V.hVe ory more of
.winter. J,ut from the chatter and
. twitter o the blue bird, our spring
. has already dawned. "
Q - P'ack 2nd Wiss Earths
. Black were down Sunday afternoon
looKing over their new home, which
18 rapidly nearing completion.
t E" iIeasame" is rushing with thfi
j clearing off and peparing his land for
,a spring garden, and is making quite
;an improvement on his premises on
,posite the school-ground.
j Rev. Koser has let the contract for
erecting a five-room cottage on his?
property adjoining W. D. Harrill and
James Smith. Lumber is beinr nfar.f
upon the ground and the ework will
uc rusnea 10 camn rtmn . i
The article's being written by those date. ( '
interested in the welfare of our town Miss Mable Brown, of Fentress)
and county, are calculated to be of county, Miss Beula Milligan, of near
much benefit if the suggestions are Livingston, who have been housed
only acted upon, but it will Co little in with the measles since Christmas;
or no good if they are only written were able to return to their school
and read and no action taken. What, work last week.
we want to do is to ACT. There are ' Miss Hazel Rose is spending somen
1 no more generouse. svmoathetic and time with home folks at Pnmnn
i hospitable people any where than in Road having her eyes examined
Crossville and Cumberland county, while there.
They are' ready and willing to be led John Davis Allison, of Crawford
if only some one will suggest the way and Shirley Eldridge, of Timothy, whtf
and lead. , have had a siege of measles, have re
For our town there should be a turned to school,
closer relation between our business' Charles Harrill has been missing
men in a business way. We have several days from school since Christ
been going along, every fellow for mas from tonsilitis.
; himself without any thought of the The Basket ball game which was td
other fellow. Our business men should have been played at Crossville Sat
have a business mens' organization, urday evenine between Cumhprtanrt
call it what you please, where we' can College boys and Crossville Jligh, was
be brought together at stated inter- postponed to some future date, be
vals to consider our successes and cause of the inclemency of the weath
our failures; our needs and ways and er.
Feb. 6. XX.
All member of the Order of the
Eastern Star are requested; to "be
present at our next regular meeting
February 15th as important business
will be brought before the Chapter
at that time. A pactice meeting for
work is also called for Friday the
toth. at 7:oo o. m. Grace Reed, YY. M.
in two just above the stomach. The
remains were shipped to his home
the following day for burial. It seems
that the young man has no relatives
except his father, who lives at Hang
ing Limb.
Feb. 6. M. W.
Sam Brewer, of Algood, passed
through here Saturday on his way to
Sampson to visit his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Bert Brewer.
Steve Edmons went to McMinnville
Thursday on business.
Walter Hale, who has been worK
ing at Melvine, returned home Sun
-Bilhe Brewer, of Algood, spent the
week-end with his sister, Mrs. Zilpha
Jesse Edmons made a business trip
to the county seat f nday.
P. V. Widener was in this vicinity
Tuesday on business.
Owen Edmons, of Eastland, spent
the week end with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. U. Edmons.
John Swallows and Moses Siever
visited friends and relatives at Tip
Top Saturday and Sunday.
H. H. Perry and S. J. Edmons made
a business trip to Pikeville Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Benton Brewer gave a
party, at their home Thursday night.
A large crowd was present; all re
ported a nice time.
W. M. Wilder moved Thursday to
new home near the State farm.
Misses Delia Walker, Lula and Lily
Edmons were the guests of Misses
Mollie and Eliza Edmons Thursday
Feb. 4. Tulip.
Mrs. Myrtle Henry" of Burke was
visitincr home folks recently.
Lawson Burgess, who has been sick
for several months, is slowly improv
Mrs. Martha Deaboard has been
visiting in this vicinity recently.
Charlie Mclunkin has recently
hoard, as a veteran of the World War moved fro:;: JCsslland into the house
with the view to receiving government vacated by Jauu-s Tucker.
Sunday two daughters of F.L. Smith
arrived fom Bessemer, Alabama, to
see him.The'y are Mrs. Millie McDon
ald and Miss Winafred Smith. How
long they will remain will depend
on the condition of their father. Mr.
Smith improves very slowly and not
much chantre is noticeable from his
condition lasUweek.
A. J. McGuire returned from Har
riman Saturday feeling very much
indisposed with something similar to
grippe. He was in bed for aday or
two but is able to be about again.
T. I. Kerlcy. of Lifc.IJ:. ..:is in this
section last week. '(
Rev. Ulysses Lewis was the guest of
Mrs. Verdie Hutchinson Sunday.
Mrs. Lem Burgess was in Cross
ville last week on business.
Miss Cora Burgess, wko is attend
ing school at Crossville', spent a few
days with home folks recently.
Luther Norrid, of Hanging Limb
who was working for Ransom-Benedict
Company, was instantly killed
Thursday. He was riding on the log
train and a log rolled against him
and pushed .him offff and four loaded
cars ran over him cutting his body!
FOR SALE Pureblood S. C. Brown
Legorn rooster. Inquire at Chronicle
Tuesday night of last week the
eighth grade class of the high school
gave an entertainment at the court
house which consisted of what was
called Plantation and Rag Doll con
cert, which consisted of negro minstrel
and other humorous matter. A goodly
house was present and the proceeds
amounted to over $40. Those present
pronounced it a rousing success for
which much credit is due Mis9 Ethel
Walker for her persistant labors in
pushing it to a happy success. The
young people acquitted themselves
splendidly and ae deserving of much
CHURCH NOTICE Congregation
al, Remember Prayer Meeting to
night (Wednesday) at 7:00 o'clock;
Sunday, February 12 10:00 a. m. Sun
day school (W. F. Bandy Superinten
dent) 11:00 a. m. church service.
6.30 p. m. Christian Endeavor, Topic:
Better Purposes, Numbers 14: 20-24.
Leader: Miss Mildred Beadle. Every
body cordially invited to all of these
meetings. R. E. Newton, Pastor.
Mrs. Lou Burgess was up from
Clifty last week looking after busi
ness at the bank and doing shopping.
In this issue appears the announce
ment of R. A. Powell as a candidate
for the nomination for trustee. Mr.
Powell made the race for this office
means of bettering conditions for
ourselves, our neighbors and our com
munity. At the' head of this organi
zation should be placed our most wide
awake, progressive business men, who
have the ability and willingness to
lead. Then our ladies should also
have some organization in which they
could meet and discuss and devise
ways and means for concerted action
looking to the betterment of our town,
but neither can the men or women de
very much so long as every one is
goint it alone. ' There must be con
certed action. We must work to
gether, we must have the same pur
poses and desires. We need to run
the knocker out of town, we don't
have any room for him. The man
who will stand around on the street
corners and tell a stranger and pros
pective citizen that he should be care
ful lest he falls among thieves and
land sharks, is a knocker and his room
is more preferable than his company.
He is an enemy to our town. Our
realestate men are honest, high class
men and should receive the hearty
support and co-operation of us all.
We need to be boosters instead of
knockers, then let us begin to boost.
Let us talk about our advantages in
stead of our disadvantages. Let us
quit crying "hardtimes" and set about
to make goodtimes. Conditions art
just about what we want them to be,
if they were not we would set about
to make them different,
Then for our country, let us get our
farmers together m some kind of a
farmer's association and get the farm
ers to work together in a sensible,
business way. As it is now every
farmer is working for himself with
out any thought of the other fellow;
he moves along in the same way, not
knowing possibly, 'that there is a
different and better way, when if he
belonged to a live, wide-awake farm
ers' organization, he would meet with
his fellow farmers and give and take
new ideas and methods and go back
to his farm better prepared to make
a success of his business.
There are so many ways that we
might better conditions that space
forbids mention of them further in
this article, but the editor's efforts
will be in vain if we fail to take ad
vantage of the opportunity he has!
Riven for the discussion of subjects
that will be helpful through the col
ums of the Chronicle. So come on
some one' else.
i,et us organize; let us quit knock
ing; let us boost our town and
Mrs. Worth Hurst and son, Reuben
of near Catoosa, were the guests of
her father, R. S. Hamby Sunday.
W. J. Smith, of Mountain City, was?
in this vicinity Wednesday on bus!'
ness. ' - .
Mr. and Mrs. E" J. Davis were it
Rockwood Tuesday.
Rev. George Farmer, of Cleveland,
preached at New Home Sunday.
Joe Shadden made a business trip
to Rockwood Saturday.
Lewis Potter, of Millstone, was ill
this vicinity last week.
- Dr. Isum, of Emory Gap, was here?
to see I. R. Hamby recently.
Misses Delta and Gladys Hamby,
are' home from Rockwood this week.
Miss Hettie Davis- and brother
Walter, were the guests of Ira Davis
and family Sunday. .
Burton Farmer was calling on Miss'
Delta Hamby Sunday.
F. L .Hamby and J. S. McNeal areJ
attending court at Crossville this week
Harry Brown was the guest of An
drew and Ira Hamby Sunday.
L. H. Farmer was in Crab Orchard
last week. 1
W. J. Smith was in Rockwood Frit
J. J. Davidson made' a business trip,
to Atlanta. Ga., last week.
Misses Georgia and Wilma Hamby;
went to Wartburg Tuesday to at
tend school.
R. R. Smith is on the sick list af
D. A. Smith was in Crab Orchard
Prof. J. S. Cline visited school her
last week.
Mr. Mitchell, of Dayton, was herd
loading ties last week.
Feb. 6. Maybe.
Cheanie Reese, aged 40 years, died
from an operation for cancer of the
several years ago and was defeated bowels, at a hospital in California
by 36 votes. His ability, reliability
and general qualifications for the of
fice he seeks can hardly be surpassed
by any person in the county. He is
a farmer and cattleman, is widely
known in this and adjoining coun
ties and his business ability is ful
ly recognized. Me lias been an ac
January 18.
His father, Harry Reese went im
mediately and brought the remains
to Thomas Springs cemetery for buri
al, which took place January 29.
The deceased was reared in this
county and went to Califorpia about
four vears aero to make his home. He
tive business man in this county and naa Deen in iraii neaitn ior several 1. l Burnett announces his can-
section ever since reaching his majori- months. j didacy for trustee in this issue. He
ty and stands high both as a business He loaves a wife and six small chil- is so widely known by the people of
man and citizen. Should he be nomi-! dren there. His father and mother the county that any formal intro-
Samuel Houston is very low today
with pneumonia.
Walter. N. Swallord. of Melvine,
visited J. S. Selby and family last
John Lewis and son was doing bus!
ness in the valley last week.
George Tollett has been on the sick
list for the past two weeks.
Ulysses Brown and family, of Rock
wood, are visiting friends and relatives
in the valley this week.
G. M. Thompson and little niece,
Manza Wilson, went to PikevilTle
Saturday to have dental work done'. -
A goodly number of the children of
the settlement have been sick with
colds during the bad weather.
Mrs. Nancy Bise went to Linary
today to take some hens to her
mother, Mrs. Lela Turner, that the
people of the community donated to
Feb. 6. XX.
nated and elected the office would be
in safe and capable hands.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Reese, two bro
thers, Jim and Fred Reese, of Thomas
Springs, and three sisters, Mrs. Harri
son Simmons, of Lendale, Georgia,
Mrs. Kenith Bryant, of Clifty, and
1 Mies Eliza Reese, also a host of
We wish to thank our friends and friends in this county to mourn his
neighbors who so kindly ministered departure.
unto us during the illness and death. The bereaved ones have the svm-
of our dear mother and grandmother. ' pathy of the entire community.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Angel, j Jan. 30. N M. W.
Mr. and Mrs. J.-W. Selby andj
Family, ' Miss Lois Anderson arrived Sunday
Mrs. May W. Rector, I from Graysville for a visit with Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Hedgecoth.' W. A. Reed.
duction of him to the people is entire
ly superfluous. For nearly ten years
he has been engaged in business in
Crossville, has had dealings with
practically every person in the county .
and his qualifications for the office he
seeks are so well known that little
remains to be said other than to an
nouce his candidacy. His ability tot
the' duties of tbe office are unquestion
ed. His geniality and goodfellowship
renders him a strong candidate. His
canvass of the county will be active
and energetic and he will have
strong following.

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