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I it n RONICLE THE TENNEMEETlESl . f CONSOLIDATE; CROS3VILLE CHRONICLE, - 'I1 VOL. XXXVI CROSS VI LLE CHRONICLE WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 15,1922. Not 7. HANDSOME PICTURES FOR COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL CIRCUIT COURT Following is the result of the labors of Circuit court for the term just over. Criminal Cases. A. J. Davis forfeiture, failure to perforin road duty. Fined $5.00 and ; costs. i At the regular meeting of the Par- Hoot Harris, public drunkenness, ' In conformity with the instructions ents Teachers Association, Tuesday i.nled to apear and bondsmen will be 01 tne Kepuoucan lixecutive Commit- RULES FOR PRIMARY EET JUMBO STILL AND ENJOYS THE CHnONICLE OF SATURDAY APRIL 1 : ARREST TWO WILDCATTERS BUT fJ0T OUR ROADS Nearly $100 Worth Purchased and Presented to School Tuesday Night of Last Wnk. Noon, April 10. 1911. Return. Must Bo in Hands of Chair- Bill Hamhy aad Ed Hyder Caught In Thi. Writer Refer, to the N.... mmw. nr mrrmtr- k. Mnhlli. A... U-J-. C. .. U L r . . ' ' - 7-"" r or iioocf KmJ. it r 1 e l 1 j ,B S j Are Had. Monday Chief Prohibition Agent J. nitfht of last wl( the mrrt ncr was iiaoie ior azso oona. tee at its meeting rebruarv 6. we are 1 .1. u t ' .. - a . - - i.j its, uciiij luriicr ana v,iarencc rr oir : 1 intended lo writ v.-,,. i i . k f Lester Burgess, violating bone dry herewith mthlUh nr the ml. w- . , . . ... . ... . uc" 10 wr,te Ju uv 1 wuu lajgi iu jiioiHBkivii w w . - - -- , - v - i urner a very i.Mirss i nave not overcome yet. February 11, Editor of the Chronicle: uar ir : I intended r t... :i - ... - v " iinucr icn 10 ram a sun at a poini lines wnen I sent mv c,.Kr.:n. handsome and instructive lot . t.m, :.,u,r.H crn tnt Republican primary election sonlc scven nii. north of town hut,,'0n for. th. r. . . ' ..f u,... v....u to he heM !9l..rv inrM . . . .... . . . . FfW5II. i-iunnj u vc um uuuSui iv on clerk ana snentt leei. - "v. wnen tney readied the place the bird natetf, winch .1 . , 1 - 1 1 - f . 1 .. ' tl t I If" J f . Til. ."..I 1 ..llHA. . n ...... in 11r.il 11 p u :i 1 1 k 1 1 1 vannns in i. inic iarirr nnnnr 11 rim h riiiirw . aiv vin Lii.iiLta iuuiiu iiiti v i. . .( ii ... . . . . ...w , f-""- - " i'u iiuwii. uM-rcuiiie yei. 1 realize mv time h-wl tation rooms. The total expenditure : fined $10 and costs. On failure to pay were the dates. It will be noticed The possy then divided and Sheriff -just aKout j r , was close to $ioo and they add great- line and cost was given workhouse tuat th. came rnmm.tt.ve i. Walker and Hnrv Turner were left . . ... ex',,rea ,0" the paper and ly to the cheerfulness and give a gen- sentence, which put him in jail. canvass the returns as in the Mo- tharKc of the horses and the other , l,ec.,ded "P' the spot I erai atniospnere ot culture, patriotism Aiaicomb sneriia, carrying pistoi, and intelligence to the rooms that has $50 and costs. been badly needed ever since the high j Geo. Ford, carrying pistol, nolled on school was established . It gives to costs and taxes. most of the students a view of life i Tip Hinds, violating bone dry law, and the things worth while in life that iio:ui forfeited and obndsmen liable has met with a most hearty response i for $250. by the studet.t body. J Daniel Dixon, public drunkenness,; The hiK'h school students hav ebeeu and disturbing public worship; hung giving plays and oratorical contests : jury and dismissed at suggestion of: to raise money for these pictures and ' attorney-general. ; the equipment necessary to make their l Wm. Brewtv. public drunkenness, to canvass the returns as in the No vember primary. Following are the PRIMARY RULES 1.. The polls shall be opende' at all could not to mv self "T for another place "wher ethey expect-! Inus. now how the road bonds go and Sheriff Walker was 1 w!" nl K"nw till all the Chronicle in iiidigc 01 111c nurses ana me oincr , - ' men took it on foot through the wexods " without it. says I. stage paraphernalia and the various pictures : Chorus ; I'Star of the Nnight." Ia. Presentation of Portable Stage Selma McLarty, 3rd year class. lb. Presentation o; Stage" Wings (by 8th. Grade) Moes Dorton. Accepted by dA Sharp. Prcscntati m of Picture. by Oratorical Contestant: v 1 To History Room;, II. White House Claud Hagan. ' ' Capitol Claud Hagan. . ' Washington Crossing the Dela ware Hubert Bandy. Collose'um Martha Sedivak. Accepted by Ida Cox. To Science Department. IIIThe Horse Fair Martha Black. Bcturn Jo the Farm-Mark Tucker T Home Econonmic Department: IV. Feeding the Birds Elsie Wright The Shepherdess Knitting Elsie ' Wright. Accepted by Violet McCartt. To English Department: V. Six American Poets ;andSix British Poets Vernon Buttram Dance of the Nymphs Pearl Stnit.h Accepted by Daisy Burnett. To ChaDel Hall. Six Great Musicians Martha Sedi: vak statre work more realistic and effec-; fined $15 and cost. tive'. They have had a portable stage; Rutha Myers, contempt; discharged built, some 18 sections of stage wings ;on clerk and sheriff fees. j made; all of which will be the proper-!, l.ee Dunbar, Chester Rose, George ty of the high school and will prove : Yates, Kenneth Dunbar, Ray Rose, of great assistance in persenting the1 Perry Dickerson, unlawful fishing; plays they will give from time to time, j nolled oa costs and taxes. It seems 1 Miss Ethel Walker has the larger j these men violated the law by seining! part in drilling the young people' and for fish instead of being content to; staging the plays and it was largely j catch what they could with rod and! due to her efforts that the students ; line. , ! were awakened to the desire for the; Antone Sims, contempt; discharged.! art dc'coratinos for '.he recitation! Ed Thompson, contempt, discharged rooms. - Following is tjie program! John Norris, carrying pistol; nolled that was carried out in presenting the Jon costs and taxes. Taylor Brown and Waymon Brown disturbing public worship, not guitly. Paul Miller, disturbing public wor ship; lis and costi. Thos. Sherill. carrying pistol, dis-; charged. Hardin Smith, violating bone dry; law; net guilty. ! Ezra Beatty, carrying pistol ; $50 fine and in default of payment sent to jail under workhouse sentence. j Randolph Kelley, public drunken ness $13.50 and costs. . -v Ezera Beatty, disturbing ' public worship ; fined $12.50 and costs. ' J. B. France, forfeiture ; he made his ' escape from officers at Cookevile ; and seems to have' left the state. His ' bondsmen will be liable for $250, un-; less they produce him at court Lewis Brendle and Bevy Brendle, violating bone dry law; not guilty. 1 Lewis Brendle, carrying pistol, miss) trial, jury could not agree. j Bevy Brendle $50 fine and 60 days in ! work house, now in jail. j Pete Garrett, contempt, discharged' on clerk and sheriff costs. j Arthur Reed, disturbing public wor-1 ship; nolled on costs and taxes. i Will Sherill, violating bone dry law;i S.'o and 30 days in jail. Taylor Brown, public drunkenness; j $50 and 30 days in jail. Madonna and Child Elsie Wright! Rudolph Kelley, carrying pistol ana. Six Pictures rf Christ Clyde j violating bone dry law; nolled on cost Mitchell taxes in both cases. I Son- - "Work for the Night is Coming"! Thos. Sherrill, larceny; one year in j The Sonp of the Lark Lillie Bil-' reform school. j l)rry ' Roy Carpentier and Joe Oliver, pet-: The Gleaners Thclma Music. ;'.it larceny ;one to three years in' The Close of Dav Clvde Mitchell. ' -form school for Oliver and one to Accepted by Lester' Bandy. .five years in the penitentiary for Car-. General Wcplance Prof.J. L.Rose, 1 rentier. Carpe-itier appealed to high Solo: "The End of a Perfect Day" . i f court. Tihs is the case of the men Miss Alice Jernigen. j who robbed the personal affects and. Remarks Rev. W. C Creasman, Pres. I sample case of Geo. T. Renfro atj Parent-Teachers Association. : Hotel Taylor a short time ago. j After presentation and remarks the i Ezra Beatty and Melvm eGodsey.j u:i,:. ;.,, hrAU,n nnen for Hose assault with intent to commit murder! .Tjviiiuj. i...w.. , . .. I. . 1. j t.. .irl Awi observation and a most enjoyaDie time m wi nrsi ucKi, f3u . .u , was spent in admiring ana aiscussign the handsome collection of pictures. BOUND TO FEDERAL COURT II SUM 500 DOLLARS Tried Before U. S. CommUaioMr J. W. Dorton, Monday; Whiiltey Poured Fete Gutter. n jail for Beatty, Godsey released. Cirfl Catei. Ceo. S. Rhea vs. Henry Tanner; $80 damages for Rhea. F. P. Hassler vs. T. C. Railway ; $100 damages for death of horse. A. E. Payne vs. E. O. Hembree; judgment for $100. Crab Orchard vs. Bratch Wilson, compromised by Crab Orchard paying costs. Same kind of case against Ashbury j Barnes, with sam result. I.e-.ter Smith and Elijah Agee, who . were ieen st a still that was raided, a short time ago near the home' of Jlai Jin Smith, by Marshal Lyles, Hen ry Turner and others, surrendered and were tried before U. S. Commissioner J.' W. Dorton Monday and bound to Federal court in the sum of $500 each. Whukey Destroyed. Monday afternoon Sheriff G. W. Walktr got a quantity of illicit whis key that had been stored in the bank vault for safe keeping for some time and poured it into the gutter in front of the court house. Judge C E. Snodgrass stood by with a list of the good and checked off the bottles and iiios and truit lar comamrrs a me sheriff poured the stuff out. The tot-, at amount poured out was around sev en gallons. Quite a crowd gathered to witness Hie destruction of the "White; Mule" The stuff was in pop bottles, pint bot tles, stone jugs, glass jugs and the most common container, fruit jars. Some of -the vessels were full while other contained a small quantity only. Some of it was of a slightly milky color, which some of the knowing ones said was due to concentratel lye it smell while some smelled very vile and DjjJOD m pl it jo auioc; pauicjuoa led the bystanders to making many humorous remarks. 1 the voting precincts in the county at 9 a. m. and shall close at 4 p. m. 2. All known Republicans wha would be entitled to vote in the August, 1922 election, shall be en titled to vote in said primary; pro vided.fhc person thus offering to vote shall pledge himself to suport the nominee of said pri mary; and provided, further, that the right to challenge the vote of any person under these' rules shall be given to any republican who is entitled to vote, but when said challenge is made, the judges shall at once hear the complaints and determine whether or not said voter is entitled to vote in said primary. 3. That all persons desiring to become' candidates for any office under these rules shall signify their intention by notifying the Clian man or Secretary of the Executive Committee in writin at least ten days before the date of said pri mary, and paying the entrance fee hereinafter provided for. 4. The expenses of holding the primary shall be estimated and ,i:oi!f up ten days before April 1, ' 1022. and shall be paid by the can dates equally, and any candidate failing or refusing to pay his; or her part of the expenses on or before the date fixed lietirtf-shal! be barred from entering said pri mary as a candidate, under the rules. Saidexpenses to be esti mated and made up by the Chair man and Secretary of the execu tive committee. 5. The roturns of said primary shall be forwarded or sent to the Chairman, J. W. Dorton or Sec retary, S. C. Bishop, as soon as possible after said primary, but in any event they must be sent in so as to reach said Chairman or Sec retary by noon, Monday, April 10. 1922. 6. The sub-committee composed of Chairmaa J. W. Dorton, C. B. Turner, Judge S. V- Smith, Jere Morrow and D. W. Landy shall meet on Monday, Apr 10, 1022, and canvass said returns and declare the nominees, and any candidate in said primary may be present in person or by a representative to witness the canvass. The per son receiving the highest number of vote's for any office shall be declared the nominee. A majority of the sub-committee shall con stitute a quorum. 7. Any candidate desiring to con test the nomination of his oppon ent shall signify his intentions by notifying the Chairman of the Executive Committee in writing within ten days after the sub committee has canvassed the re turns, and setting for the speci fic grounds upon which he intends to contest said nomination. If such notice, is filed with the Chair man it shall be his duty to call the entire Executive Committee to gether within ten days aftre the time allowed to file such contest. The said executive committee shall hear proof on said contest therefrom and the action of said committee shall be final. 8. Each candidate in saio pri mary shall be piven an equal di viiio i of the officers to hold said election in so far as it is possible to do so. Siad officers to hold said election shall be appointed by the Chairman and Secretary of the Executive Committee from a list of voters to be submitted by the candidates, but in case the candidates fail to furnish said list, then said Chairman an Secretary shall appoint said officers to hold said election independent of said list. Said officers are to be ap pointed at least twenty days be fore said primary and are to be published in the Crossville Chroni cle at least twiae before said primary. eil tit firwl a still - ..."X. mm . .. - . .. " " " - VIIIVIIIVIV anxious to accompany the men on ,rfaaers arc tierd of talking bonds." foot but he had been walking andw''iei! to a Rreat deal can be lcarend searching for some time and was soj , 11 those good schools located in worn out that he was forced to take a,ul around Crossville; and. last but the easier course and stay with the ' "ot Icast. would I ha veknown the real horses. j Groundhog Day. With the next copy i About noon yesterday the foot possy ,0' tne Chronicle I see the bonds did saw smoke coming from under a bluff j not Pass ana that the women have to some five miles north of Crossville j Pa' P" tax. Now, I says to myself, not far from the home of Noah Hyderi whfn ignorance is bliss," and this and quietly stole up and saw Bill P"!!- has cost me four dollars in Hamby a .id Ed. Hyder, son of Noahl1,a!je " two. Had I not see nthe pap Hyder, in the act of making a run of if "ov'' would I have known that it White Mule. The still would holdnad become a law for women to pa around 90 gallons and is thought to be I PJ1 tax.. I thank the Chronicle for the largest ever captured in this coun-,tC",n m and thus keeping the pen ty. Both mjen were arrested. The I a,,y off me. Here in our winter quar- j still and worm, 1,500 gallons of beer)ters- consider your paper a blessing about four gallons bf whiskey ,aojech week. 1 gallons of backings and 7 ferment! am for good roads and good boxes were destroyed. . j schools and truly hope for the rapid Ed Hyder, asked to be allowed to go;l r riss '"- development of each for home to change his clothes and get 1 his father to help him to make bond. I He was accompanied by Clarenc Tur ! tier. After he had changed his clothes 1 he suddenly made a dash for liberty I and escaped from Constable Turner. Turner says he will get his man no matter how long it takes. ! Hamby was brought to town and they, .go hand v hand. If a bis man comes out with a plaited coat on that dont understand our roads just send him out this way and let him see a man driving a team of four horgea with eight cross ties on his wagon, and then not saying the golden text as he applies the raw hide. If the right kind of bond propost- ! )icu 1.1 jaii iu an an. 1111. mis uvu mines lie lore me court with tnv makes three men Sheriff walker now intention of using those bonds for the has in jail for illicit whiskey making, ' right king of roads, I truly hooe the , Elijah Agee and Lester Smith having ; been placed in jail Monday in default !of bond, of $500 each. . " , '.. 'CHAMBER OF GWERG'E I ORGANIZED FRIDAY HIGH! Tweaty-Oae Member Preaeot aad Much Interest Manifest; Caa ing Factory Assured. Some twenty of the business men of town met in the store of Measamer Brothers Friday night and organize, a Chamber of Commerce for Cross ville. The following were elected of ficers : G. E. Harrison, T. Hudson, Vice Pre Measamer. Secretary; J. S. Reed, Treasurer. Steps were taken to put in a can ning plant here this season to cat) tomatoes and string beans. Later it may be enlarged to handle other! IV . it - , . T nr1' vegeiames ana certain iruns. j. vv.i Buttram is the moving spirit in tliej venture. He plans to put in a plant, that will handle 500 cans a day, as a; starter. j Most of those' presetn agreed toj nay ine dollar a month into the treas-; urn- of the organization for at least! men of the county, act wiwse and vote It to the limit. The tax grumblers and knockers can be DUt on the far en1 of theDixie Short Route where they' will be impeded on the march by the snare's and pitfalls of these Wtomlcss mudholes until th ev are eonvinrerl that good roads are esential to civili zation, education and the pursuit of happiness. I, myself, do not venture upon these roads and thus take tny hfe in my hands, I inten dto keep happy and contented here in my quar ters and hope for better. When the great round sun sends its beaming ray and drys up some of these excava tions and the red birds stop singing on my garden fence, "More bad weather" then I will venture out. When it is too bad to work at any thing else I kill rats, run K-r r the , President; V.!it soap and gather eggs. By the' esident; T. E.iw,v' hTe 14 rats today. I wunuer now many are malcm? ar n the rats? Now is the best time of the year and we must get our revenge on something. T must tro. the speckled hen has !:e.l. there is a rat in mv trau and ie soap is boilinit over. Busy Bill. PS 27 A C A MT l-?n Floyd Norrod, who is in the employ of th, 'IVnnpccprt f.nf.i1 l?t?l. ...... ... r.ho t-oor jnl 1h 1 1- I lcwir in ct rtairl flire . . ..... -7- : . ' nVP(1 ' "'3ar Kill Saturday mg it, N. D. Walker, G. E. Harrison, S. C. Bishop, J. W. Buttram, G. A. Haley, F. G. Craig, W. T. Hale, W. T. Hudson, T. E. Measamer. N. V. Speck, M. F. Reed. J. S. Reed, W. F. Bandy, and Dr. W. A. Reed. It is the purpose of the' organization to put on a campaign in a short time for members and it is hoped and be lieved the membership will be raised to 50, here in Crossville. Members from the country will be heartily wel comed and the Crossville business me-i will gladly lend a hand in fur thering objects" that tht' farmers of the county may desire. The next, meeting is to be at the call of the secretary. The regular meeting place will be' in the court room in the court house. The date for the regular meeting and the ami he had hardlv reached town be fore the news of his marriage some weeks ago to Mrs. Jimmic Tanner had spread through (he village. A hearty oi;arivsr was tendered them later in ;he evening. A very promising Bible class has been formed in the Sunday school, ominally for the middle-aged folk, a class whkh pleases those who did not fit in either of our other two adult classes. Prof Trainurn has been se cured as leader; a name for th eclas is to be found this week. Mr. Luce was the leader of r.n in spiring C. E. meeting Sunday evening, which was followed by a fine sermon from our pastor. The Sunday right city j meetings have au attendance which makes it hard for one coming late to imtf a seat, and we all appreciate our frequency of meetings will be deter- i pastor's effort for us. mined very likely at the next meeing. Some men are noted for their good judgment others try to argue with their wives. wife so She K"ew. "Why is your jealous of your typist?" "Well, you see, my wife used to be my typist 1" London Mail. We greatly rerrrc; that Crosstille could not play our basket ball team Saturday night as was expected, February 13. JX. Too Mucl. Personally we think it is nice for a man to be always cheerful, but it gets on our nerve for a dentist to sing at his work Dallas News.