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J. H. Beesou returned Saturday from Florida, where he has been for a few months enjoying the pleasures of that gcni;l climate. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Elmore, who" went to West Palm Beach, Florida, a few wfe!r ao to he the guests of Mr. and Mrs J. B. Johnson, are' ex p 'cted home about April i. It is probable that "Aunt Kate" Hamby wi'I accompany -them Oil their return. It will be remembered that Mrs. Ham by sustained a paralytic stroke some weeks ago, but she is much improved now and is able to make the trip home. Wc have a seven-jewel Hampden movement watch that has $6.50 charges against it. The' owner has neglected to take it up and as we have held it for several months, wi will :iow e!! it for the repair bill. Such watches new cost from $12.00 to $15.00. First come first served. i. C. Bishop, at Chronicle Office. At the meeting of the High School board Saturday the present teachers were tendered their same positions for another year. At thjs time it is not known if all will accept, but it is inferred that most of the number will remain for another year. CHURCH NOTICE Congregation, al : Prayer meeting tonight (Wednes day) Sunday, March. 26, at ten a. m. Sunday school, V. F. Bandy, Supt. 11 a m.m Church services. 6:30 p. m. Christian Endeavor, leader, Miss Wil lie Rose. You are invited to each of these services. R. E. Newton, Pastor Frost Proof Cabbage Plant We offer nice, strong, well-rooted cab bage plants at 75 cents per thousand, F.O.B. hereby express, or $175 per thousand prepaid parcel post. Varie ties: Charleston Wakefield, Flat Dutch and Succession, can ship same day order is received. Carolina Plant Company, Meggett, S. C. 3-8-3t. - Thousands of thin, frail men and women have reported an astonishing and rapid increase in weight as a re sult of taking Tanlac. Craig's Phar macy. Mr. and Mrs. Ffank Potter and Miss Bessie' Potter entertained Friday evening at a very enjoyable card tarty in honor of their brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Potter. The St. Patricks idea was carri'Jd out. C?rlyle Tolktt was awarded the high score prize. Those present included: Mr. and Mrs. H.I. BHbrey, Misses Gladys Comstock, Fan uie DeGolia, Violet Haley, Leta Mae Siinmrell, Fay Bandy and Alice Jer ttigan; Messers J. Ridley. Mitchell Jonas Snodgrass, George Harrison, Carlyle Tollett. Casteau Burnett, Roy Jackson and Litton Thurman. FARAMERS- MEETING. AH persons interested in forming a permanent organization for farmers under the Missouri Federal plan are urged to meet in the cour thouse Sat urday. March 25, at one o'clock as State Organizer J. F. Porter, of VVillianmsporf, is expected to address the meeting. The desired literature to explain fully the plan, is expected to b on hand and it will be fully ex phased. It is hoped! a permanent' organization may be fully perfected at this meeting. W. M. DAVES, Chairman. nononononono?ononononononn o o o o o o o o o o o Wall Paper, Varnishes and Paints At odd moments make your home like new; the cost is trifling. $250 Finish an Avarm( Floor. , .75 for Table. r. .30 for Chair. Varnish and Enamel all ready to use in just the colors you need, in large or small cans. W. S. HEMBREE. o a O o D 0 o a o o o o o o ooononopoDocononaoDoonocD FIRST NATIONAL BANK, CROSSVILLE, TENN. Will Pay For Victory and Liberty Coupon Bonds Only: Issue FIRST 3J4. FIRST 3.. SECOND 4.. THIRD 434- FOURTH 4.. $50 48.40. .48.92. .48.97. . .48.80. 49-25- $100 96.80. 97.84. 97-94-97.60. 98.50. .7., $500 .484.00. .489.20. , .48970. .488.00. .492.50. VICTORY 424 50.40 100.80 504.00. $1000 , 968.00 . 978.40 979-40 . 976.00 . 985.00 .1008.00 HAS YOUR COW GOT I Fresh pread THE "HOLLOW HORN" , I now have my bakery in operation .and bake each day at four o'clock, M w. f ,l Ri.kJwhich nans you can get fresh bread Hollow Belly or Lack of th. R'fht j ros f hou u Kind of Food I Rl j best flour we can get and feel that Troubl. i l we turn out bread that ha no super -" ,ior. Give me a trial. We still find a few people iu somej T. M. RECTOR. sections who think their cows have ; some sort of a mysterious disease! Best Brown Leghorns roosters $1.50; M they call -hollow horn", "hollow M- CE.Brookhart Pcavmc tail" or "wolf in tail;, says C A fsy t eewtilh ton, dairy special, ---the flu. He is able to be out now. tension. The vetrinary profession do. not recognize either of these as a A "nt letter from Geo. A. Taylor B. . . (places him at Taft, California, where disease. All normal horns are hoi- he ,)as job af month fjght low, and there is a soft, hollow plac-1 hours and light work. It will be re near the end of a cow's tail. These j membered that he bought a restaur ailed diseases are nothing more business , in Chattanooga a few "ccks agu, iui inc lure 01 me west seemed too much wandered back. for him and he .A FOR SALE One soda fountain and extra tank, cheap for cash. See J. S. Reed, First National Bank, Crossville 3-IS-41. The Above Prices Are Net to You And Include All Interest. WIN A SCHOLARSHIP IN SOME G0LLE6E Write an Eay of Not Over Word on fjooj Rpad Development, 706 AN OPEN LETTER. We are making announcement eise where in the colums of this paper of the revival we are planning to start at the Babtist church, April 2nd. As pastor of the' church I feel very keen ly the' great responsibility of an un dertaking of this kind. We need the co-operation of all the Christian peo ple of Crossville, and vicinity, and 1 trust they are already joining us m our prayers for a genuine revival that will reach men and women as indivi duals, and bring them to a saving knowledge of our Lord. No one re alizes more than do I the importance of prayerful preparation for a revival. That is the reason for this word of exhortation now. I want to urge the folks who sing in the different church es of the town to come' out and help us build up a Jarge chorus choir un der the direction of Bro. Cambron, who is coming for that purpose. I believe' our church has already caught some of the revival spirit. We have a full house almost every service, and are now arranging for more seats to accomodate, the people. Remember the revival will be for you, and for your town, and I trust W win give m i -?r:ys.rful con slderation, and that we shall have your closest co-operation in a great soul winning campaign. Yours in service, W. C. CREASMAN. It is possible for a boy or girt from this county to earn a four year schol arship in any university of the United States, with all necessary expenses paid. . The Highway and Highway Trans port Education Committee, of which Dr. John J. Tigert, U. S. Commissioner of Education is Chairman, is offering this prize for the best essay on the subject "How Good Roads are De veloping my Community." The con test is open to all boys and girls of high school grade. The University of Tennessee has been asked to handle the details of the contest in Tennessee, and are giving the matter all possible pub licity., with the hope that a large number of essays will be submitted by Tennessee' boys and girl". It may. be of interest to know that a high school girl cf West Virginia was the prize winner last year. Rule Governing Good Road Nation al Essay Contest. 19Z2. 1. Subject "How Good Roads Are' Developing My Community. 2. Length ; Not to excedd 700 words. 3. Closing Date: not later than May 1, 1922. 4. Award : The Harvey S. Firestone Scholarship. This scholarship pro vides tuition and expenses for four years' attendance at any college' or university chosen by the successful contestant. 5. Those Eligible : All students of Charter No. 9809 Reserve District N0.6 Report of the Condition of the FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Crossville ,Tennessee, at the close of business on March 10, 1922. RESOURCES Loans and discounts in cluding rediscounts $245,434.19 uveraratts, secured and Unsecured 228.56 ynited Mates Govern ment lecuntis 6wned.. 22,350.00 Other bonds, stocks, securi ties, etc 15,050.00 Banking house; furniture and fixteures 7,700.00 Lawful reserve with Fed eral Reserve Bank .... 18,497.57 Cash in vault and amount due' from Nat'l Banks .T 73.097-68 Checks on banks located . outside of city 296.84 Redemption fund with U. t. treasury 7S0.0O AS THE MODE DICTATES Total $384,004.84 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in .... Surplus fund Undivided profits less un earned itej-est, current expenses, interest and, taxes paid Circulating notes outstand ing w Certified Cchecks out s'd. Cashiers checks outstand ing Individual deposits sub ject to check I73-295-56 Certificates of deposit oth er than for money bor rowed" i39,847-92 25,000.00 10,000.00 19,447.55 14,997.50 250.00 1,166.31 nor less than a run down, starved con dition of the animal, due to lack of sufficient feed of the right kind, or) to indigestion, lnere is notning wnai ever wrong with either the horns 01 the tail. The so-called disease usual ly attacks the cow in the early spring, just after calving, and is generally; Supreme Organizer, Milton D. Har found among cattle which have been 1 ner o the Knignts and Ladies Order poorly wintered. The cow is very o the Cros$ was j town a few days thin and her system is thoroughly de- ,ast week arrangig the details of pitted of mineral matter, due to lack pr-paration for an actjve and exten. of proper feed to maintain her body sjve can,pajjvn j organizing councils, and nourish the rapidly developing of tne order throughout the state. His calf which she has been carrying. Cow many yearj of experience in similar in this condition are frequently seen,work pl,cui;ariy fj,s him for the po eating bones, old shoes, and airt,;sition and spiCIldjd results are prac caused from their depraved appetites j (ically sfcurc to fof,ow when Jje Qnce and run down condition, bucn treat-1 gets his p,ans actjveiy outjned an(j ments as splitting the tail or boring WOrk undr way. holes in the horns and applying tur-j pentine or vinegar and pepper, are ,j . Jersey cow, five absurd cruel and inhumane. j years old, giving two gallons milk a Publication 100,. "Feeding Dairy day. Will sell worth money. Chas. J. Cows," issued by the Division of Ex-Julian. 3.-8-tf. tension, tells how to feed and carej Sen Geo w poaguei Supreme Com for cows so as to avoid this so-called mandcr of the Knights and Ladies, disease. Cows which are properly Order of the Cross was here last weclc fed and cared for are more profitable for a few days He eft Sun(ay on a as well as more healthy. The bulle- brief business trip but will soon re tin contains many rations made up turn and remajn here most of the largely from farm-grown feeds, and time i00tcinS after certain details of tells how to get best results from the feeds grown on the average tarm Get your copy from your agent or the Division of Extension, free.Ex tension News Service, University of Tennessee. the work of the order. I can now deliver to you good run-of-mine coal for $6.00 a ton. Paul The candidate's are very active now as a If realize they are raoidlv an- Th- fa mil v of Tames Lowe, a mile 1 proachinsr the last laD in the race. from Biglick, has been sorely afflicted Saturday, Apirl 1, is the fatal day with pneumonia for some' time. The: when one of the candidate's will be father has had a double attack, but j the victor and the' other two will lose, is now recovering. The wife is also At this time the race seems to tte so better and the fever is expected to; evenly divided that only guesses art break on the' son today. For some J ventured and those ue'sses are based -days the father was in so serious a on numerous "ifs," j condition that grave fears were felt - for his recovery. nen I began taking Tanlac I , . '" . w !0nly weighed 98 pounds, now weigh Within the' past few days Q. .E.!I2S pounds and never fert bettcr Harrison has purchased from H. R. my life," says Mrs. Chas. Peden, of Webb five acres lying along what is Huntsvlille, Alabama. Craig's JPhar known as the T6wn Branch, within macy. purchased the lot belonging to Judge! The play given at the Mecca thea C R Snoderas that adioins the' lot 1 ter Thursday night brought out a on which stands the law office of former Senator E. G. Tollett & Sons for $50. crowd that taxed the capacity of the building. The proceeds amounted to $52. The play was the" Village Pho- tncrranhpr ont waa nmnnnnpr1 a tt j j 1. - .f Mrs. rranK roiier ana uuic uaugn-1 rhc Dest ever prv,ded by local talent, ter went to Cookeville the first of . There is talk of repeating it a little the week to visit relatives and friends I fater because so many persons who- It has been known here for several wished to see it failed to be present. days that John A. Frey, Pleasant Hill Total $384,004.84 State' of Tennessee, County of Cum berland, I, John S. Reed, Cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly, swear that the' above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. JOHN S. REED, Casheir. Correct Attest. J. R. MITCHELL, J. W. DORTON, F. J. UPHAM, Directors. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 16 day of March, 1922. U. S. ROSE (SEAL) Notary Public. Prices Reduced FIRST GLASS KODAK FINISHING Twehty-Fottr Hoar Service; Cask With Order. Developing roll-film 5 -packs io Prints a'ixi'A or smaller; $( Prints jXx4J4 or smaller 4' Prints, post cards or smaller 51 If you send too much money we wil return it. Send for price list. THE HARDING STUDIO, CathtitHe Tessee, Scattered aiuoi; now ac quaintances In spring suits we meet with pleasure some tried, old friends, In suits of navy polret twill, trimmed jwlth braid and buttons. Here Is one of them, Uvlng up to the dictates of the mode as to silhouette, length of coat and skirt and gaining new Interest by virtue of a novel trimming of loose straps made of the material. Bands of silk braid about the waist, pass un der these straps and six ball buttons serve to fasten and adorn the coat. REED UERCANTILE CO, . j'.1 "i.t was 111 a aangrous condition wun bladder trouble, but the news came yesterday that he was so much im proved that he has ceased to suffer and is now regarded entirely out of danger. Marlen E. Brookhart and family, and brother, Wither were up from Peavine last week. WANTED Clean cotton rags. Will pay 10 cents a pound. Bandy & Walker. 3-22-tf- L. E. Vest has been confined to his room for the past week with a sevt're attack of the flu, but is better at this time. Columbia Record. high :-!: .! grade. 6. Preparation. Essays must be writ ten 'cm cvv side' of the paper onlyi Eich m -nuscript should bear the name, school, and home address of the cc : .citant in the upper left hand corner 01 t lie first page., 7. Grading: Essays should be graded on a basis of knowledge of the sub ject, composition, and appearance, 8. Judging: Principals and teachers of the high schools in Tennessee are requested to forward the best three essays from each school to Dean Chas E. Ferris, University of Tennes see, Knoxville, Tenn., under postmark not later than May 15, 1922. Principals and teachers of high ft scht ols in other cities and states are - requested to forward the best three j essays from each school to the com mittee at the address below. The best essay from each state and territory will be handea a national committee to be appointed by the United States Commissioner of Edu ation. 9. Correspondence: All correspon dence should be addressed to the' committee. Highway and Highway Transport Ed cation Committee, . Willard Building, Washington, D. C. A series of revival service's will be gin at the Baptist church, Sunday, April 2nd. Rev. W. C. Creasman. nr. f.. . a- it fh.M.a..-' pastor of the church will do the love us as much as they say the do, Pre atch'f B, and Carl Cambron, of why they sharpen our collars so. 'F''"tville will have charge of the "lbl,fi- avvv. vi caaujciii iida UdU cull siderable success in the evangelistic work, having served under the Bap tist State Board as Association! Evangelist before accepting the work ! here. Mr. Cambron is a graduate in ! music, and an accomplished soloist as wen as t niuir uirctior, ana no aouDl his coming will add much to the suc cess of the meeting. Tanlac's "world wide fame is due to its merit. It does the work Craigs Pharmacy. BAPTIST CHURCH Prayer serv ice Wednesday evening at seven o'clock. Choir practice' at eight. Sun day, March 26, Sunday school at ten o'clock, Dr. Reed, supt., preaching? service at eleven, subject : "God's Fel-few-Workers." The B.Y.P.U. will' meet at 6:30 p. m. Preaching service at 7.30 subject: "A Wandering Bird." These services will interest you. Come f ana wursmp wun us, vv . v. v,rcaMiin Pastor. Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Cline left Sun day for a few days visit with friends jij.in Knoxville and Birmingham. Mr. ft Cline goes on business to Birmingham W to attend a meeting of the Preston A j Motor Corporation in which company &' he is an associate director. Deputy ft . Register Mrs. Chas. Comstock is in v charge of the Kegisters on ice dur ing the absence of Mr. Cune. CARD OF THANKS. FT sYl i Vegetables $ W gs a fresh supply Or vegetaoies every aay. And we have all the veg etables of the season at prices that will make h advisable for you to buy here. Tell us what you want and we will select your order just as soon as the products reach us. LON RECTOR. Mrs. L. F. Smith and family wish to thank the many friends and rela tives for the" kindness during- the re cent illness and death of husband and father, Rev. L. F. Smith.