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DR. F.J. UPHAM DENTIST OROSSVILLti. TENN. SHELLITO We are authorized to announce Frank M. Shellito a candi date for Sheriff subject to the action of the people at the polls in the reg lilar August election. NON-RESIDENT NOTICE 1476. J. O. NOLAXD vs HOLVERT E. ANDERSON. In Chancery Court at Crossville, Tennessee. In this cause, it appearing from the Bill and the amended Bill, which ire sworn to, that the defendant Hol vert E. Anderson, if living, is a non resident of the state of Tennessee; fhat, if he is dead, if he has any heirs, their names and residences are un known and cannot be ascertained up pn diligent inquiry; that, if he has any heirs the same could be his chil dren, grandchildren, etc., or they could he his brothers and sisters and their children. That if there are any such heirs, and the said Holvert E. Anderson is dead, then their claim on the 160 acres of land which is the subject matter of this suit, would be in accordance with the number ot such heirs and their nearness or re moteness, in kinship, to the said Anderson. The said land lies in the First Civil District of Cumberland county, Tennessee, and is fully des cribed in the Bill in this cause and the said Anderson and the said heirs are made defendants in the cause for the purpose of setting up a deed made for said land bv said Anderson to the said Noland many years ago, which said deed is lost or mislaid and not registered; and the said defendants are hereby given notice and required to make defense to said Bills, in my office in the Court house, in Cumber land county, Tennessee, on, or before, the third Monday in April. 1922. or nf said Bills will be lilt nti5iv..- - taken as confessed and the cause set for hearing ex parte. Witness my hand, at office, on this then day of March, ,gg. b 3-i5-4t. Clerk and Master. NON-RESIDENT NOTICE. TO JOHN E. GREEN : No. 1499 First National' Bank et al. Crossville, Tennessee., vs Robert W. Findlay et al. Tn thi cause it aDoearing from af fidavit that the residence' of one of the defendants in this cause, John E. Green, is unknown and cannot De as certained upon dilllgent inquiry. He is therefore hereby required to ap pear before the Clerk and Master of the Chancery Court at the Court House in Crossville on or before the first Monday in May 1922 and an swer the Bill filed against him in this cause or same will' be taken as con fessed and cause set for hearing ex parte. This March 23rd. 19--'. C. G. BLACK, 3-29-4t. Clerk and Master. STATEMENT OF OWNER SHIP, MANAGEMENT, CIR CULATION, ETC. Required by the act of Con gress of August, 24 1912, of the Crossville Chronicle, published weekly at Crossville, Tennessee, that the name and address of the publisher, editor, managing edi tor and business manager is S. C. Bishop, Crossville, Term., that J. W. Dorton, Crossville, is sole owner, that the Chronicle Pub lishing Company, which publishes the Crossville Chronicle, is a cor poration and that their are no bondholders, mortagees or other security holders holding one per cent of the aforesaid company's stock. I S. C. Bishop, Manager. ! , 1 :i i i..,f ! oworn to ami mi use. i lucu ueiuit me this 3rd day if April, 1922. J. S. REED. No 'tv Public. My commission expires A- 194. JEWETT James Hinch was visiting his cousin Earl Parham, at Burke Saturday. Monday to attend conference' and she expects to attend thc Presbytery at Cookcville before she' returns. i Mrs. Flora Sherrill, of Burke, was, There is a campaign on for funds visiting her daughter. Mrs. Steward with which to send two of thc student Hinch, Sunday. -to the Young Peoples' Conference at Mr. and Mrs. James Ilinch are Ovocoa, one from the Sunday -school spending the week end with their and one from the Epworth League, daughter, Mrs. S. E. Knox. They and all the collections from these en were accompanied by their grand- tertainments will be used for that pur dauglihter, Lois . pose, and hopes are' entertained that Mrs. Harriet Burnett and her grand there may be a delegate or possibly ison, Acie Reed were visiting Mrs. Steward Hinch, Tuesday. linza mis-run was viaiinig .11 .n. Mary Hindi's last week. i-i- ci :n ... M.. Lee Sherrill, of Burke, attended Jsunday school nere aunday. April 1. XX. "THE Dining Room should be a cheerful place, for when you eat your meals amid pleasant surroundings you do much to aid digestion. And good digestion means health. Have Us Furnish Your Dining Room The variety of designs in tables, chairs, side boards, china closets, serving tables and the like, is ample to satisfy your desires, whatever they may be, in the matter ot style, finish and price. Come in and talk it all over with us. We are as eager to give satisfaction as you are to receive it Our Wod Is a Guaranty of Honest Values BILBREY BROTHERS GRASSY COVE XX must have been dreaming last week about the apple blossoms for they are not here yet, but we hope to see them soon. John Gist and daughter, Miss Bes sie, were shopping in Crab Orchard last week. E. E. Ford and little daughter and Mrs. Frank Loden went to Crab Orch ard Tuesday. f B. Andrews and wife', Mrs. R. V VnrA nA little crm wPrP hnnnmcr , r A , j c . J ' J m Crak Orchard Saturday A. U Kemmer wen to era bUrcnara , Saturday to meet his daughter, Miss V i-f c f urlrn koc Kaa1!! toor-liino' in I Alabama this winter. ! , ?ev-, Kosexrr m?ved ?,, h,s ho.m aj The election went off nicely except ; this Place , Monday. Wt are indeed a few our our people, especially the i g'ad to welcome Rev. and Mrs. Koser good ladies got April fooled when , to our part of town they failed to get to vote. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Burke began April 1. Coveite. ; moving to his new residence in this 1 part of town Monday and will posslb- T. E. Wilson spent Sunday in the'j ly move' his family sometime this Cove. j week or next. Glad to see them com- J C. Kemmer, was in Knoxville thejing and heres hoping many otheis fir.st of the week buying goods will soon do likewise. Miss Forest Kemmer, who has been j Mrs Wiley Potter and Mrs. Eld teaching in Greenville. Alabama, the ridge were in this part of twon Tues past seven months, returned home j Saturday. Dan Hakirl, from Lorraine', was in ; the Cove on business last Wednesday, j Mr. and Mrs T. Y. Ford and daugh- ter.s Thel'ma and Alma, were in Crab! Orch'ard Thursday. Miss Francis Kemmer has just re- rurneu iruui a visic in nairiiniii aiut- .j 1 1 : i ping over several days with her sister S .VU' "1 Crah Orchard. J , ..v,.,.. (town tnis way on imsiness irns ween. Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Bristow went to Crab Orchard Friday. Frank Campbell, from Crossville, was in the Cove Sunday. Oscar Kemmer spent' the week-end with his sister, Miss Jennie', who is attending high school in Spring City. Lester and Leithcr Kemmer, from Whites Creek spent the week-tend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Kemmer. ; April 2 XX NORTH CR0SSVIL1F i. j Saturday evening the boys' Liter I ary society presented a " Mock Wed ding," which was said to have been school. The bride, six feet plus, and the groom 5 feet minus, cr?aTed quite . cT,0,f, r.f k( lilt IIUU1UV1 K'V 0. L nya musical program was rendered in mediately following the mock wed- ding a silver -offering was taken and quite a nice little sum was realized. two sent to Blue Ridge Conierence for young people. How much these comerenccs wouiu mean to ine aeie- gates cannot be estimated in dollars r . , . .1. j 1 and cents Kev. McMmn, one of the students studying for the ministry is re-or- ganizing a church at Tolletts Chapel. The boy scouts, of Crossville, were out Saturday afternoon and played a mixed team of the school in a game of basket ball. Score was in favor of the school boys. Quite a little excitement was crea ted Saturday night about 9:30 when the home of Mr. Hendley was dis covered to be on fire. A number of : the. school boys rushed to the scene and rendered all aid possible. Mem- nf thp familv wbo were af home 1 ,c " '"c v. ""v, . ' m a r 1 tn t rn n rn iiir-Ti 111 ithe home ot Mr. Mcaiinn ana sneiter - i ed for the' night. The sympathy of h community is with the famiiy of Mp HHlev in their loss. . " -" " day, guests of Mrs. W.D. Harrill, Mrs. Potter remarked that this part of twon was prowing.so rapidly she didn't know she was at the right place or not. Mrs Tame!. Smith llas bccn mlite sick for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Bowden and family at- ,j0j ,v nti.t rvccv;,t av ,n;no aH pronounced thc mus(c by Mr Cam- bf.on as s something worth going miles to hear. Mrs. McCormack and most of the school girls were out hiking Sunday afternoon. We are glad to learn from last weeks Chronicle that prospects are good for a surfaced road out to the new school. A good road, a tele phone li'ie and a rural free delivery are almost imperative needs of a school in the rural districts, tho they can be gotten along without, as has been demonstrated this past winter but of course it impeds and cripples the progress of the school or communi We believe the day is dawnrig when there will be acnain ot good roaas in every county of Tennessee. If there are those who doubt that "VT u c?u, y ,ns TdVr ? let. thcn tak.e a drlv er l,e Genesis road and they will be very -ti 1 '1 t 'J mxc srPsed to see the many new substantial homes that are being erec- APn1, 2- XX Joe the looks to a Plodder says the fellow about like h world : feels. True love twixt' man and wife is like a real diamond, an" durn near as rare, opines Dynamite Dan.. . SHE KNEW A HOG. Awoman was waiting to buy a ticket for a concert when a man bump tf infri hpr tiA rrlarprl at litm. -fp1 jujy it was done intentionally. 'Well" he? crowled. "You needn't " o " - eat me up, "You are perfectly safe," said she, j am B Je'wee'S " ' UftU Tfl 1rrD UCI I nUir I U rvttr Vi tLL Through the Kindness of a person splendidly i),-aiified to advise in matters pirtiinitig to health and alo to advise us to treatment of disease, we have arranged for. a series of articles 011 how to preserve the health and how to combat disease once it secures a hold upon the in dividual. These talks are in tended to save our people cick ness and suffering and will do so, if heeded and the advice given is followed. VINEGAR, PICKLES AND LEMON JUICE. Lemon juice is superior to vinegar where ever a sour dressing is des.red because it is a wholesome food where as vinegar is not a food but a poison, It is an irritant. It is less palatable than lemon juice. Tt,. ff iht ; u a preservative is eviuence 01 us anu- vital properties. The same property which makes it a preservative renders :t a serious objection to digestion, it interferes with the salivary digestion. A teaspoonful of vinegar to an ordt- nary meal will entirely arrest salivary digestion: in other words a teaspoon- , 7 r :.. ...;.:... . till or vinegar is suiinicui iu usanev the starch digestion of an ordinary meal. Also, acetic acid the active princi , . i j . , i , ...1 pal ol vinegar, lias uecn ufiiiuiisiimeu to act upon the liver twice as strongly as alcohol. Mustard and pepper act the same way tending to produce artciosclerisis and acting deleteriously on the kidneys. It also causes hem morhoids, bladder and urinary troub les. Pickle. Pickles being hardened by the ac tion ot acetic acta anu sau uecuuic almost absolutely indigestable. When taken into tne stomacn mey im, the action of the gastric juice much as would sawdust or pebbles, In us they become the source of great ir- ritation and even of inflamation and chronic disease. : Lemon Juice. All vccetablc acids act as normal stimulants to the stomach and pro- mote the flow of gastric juice. Vege- table acids are especially Valuable when the gastric juice contains no. arid In such cases the fruit acids are able to fill the rhice of the gastric 1 iariH to a suzht extent. j v . - , , . n.-.vt. un the At rs lt seems l1? 8Y "P ot vinegar to wnicu accostomea an ones e. DUl u i i ,Ua 4ima (a htrnm impn in a very snort t.u.e w u.w. .c Uinon luice as a substitute. Indeed lemon salad dressings made from Also just a little lemon juice sprink- j J ' . wvcretables itiir anu on -are mucn 11101c kibij. adds a delicious flavor. The Beet. In connection with the use of vine gar the beet must be mentioned. Thi is a wonderful vegetable so succulent so full of sugar, and that most pres ous mineral, iron. It is an ideal veg etable both for its food value and be cause of its bulk. It blends itself bet ter than any other vegetable for sal ads, blends nicely with other raw vpaptahles as cabbace. carrots and -0- - w- ..... i . rannrrl or is so beautiful for use dur- nig tire winter as tne oeei. is u uc comes necessary to thin the row can the small beets as beets, can the smal ler ones as greens and you will have 1 store of precious minerals and foods for tlu rominir winter that Will de- turnips, also nuts and cottage cnecse. ner iainer. It has a beautiful color which adds Uncle Jesse Sherrill and Ridley Scl to its value in a salad. Mixed with a by arc' suffering very much with ton little grated onion is a delicacy than silitis. which nothing finer can be found. J. Brown Lec, Mrs. Hanks and a But in this section f the country the number of young people of Melvine value of the beet is ruined because it visited our Sunday school, Sunday, is canned as a pickle. There is no J. S. Selhy took the r'etur s of the other vegetable that is so easily election from tin's place to Crossville light you and your family. No house- -M"" J hold can afford to be with out the Upward Get thc heart a L.i gold cap a end, with nice silk chain toffi 40 around the neck, or use gold pin to fasten to waist. CHRONICLE OFFICE. 1 Ude I H Get thc wife or swcct-K n heart a Ladies' Pen witlil If gold cap and ring in thcBj ,loine l'am,eil heet and its greens. But do not 5pil.thIelbe a,nd inj,re ou: (own good health by the addition ot vinegar. Lemon juice is nature's sal- al dressing and natures pickle maker. The Athenar.um Society held its regular meeting on Friday night. The general subject was "A Trip AraunJ the World." It began with the school song , followed by a history of i'leas ant Hill Academy by Creed Dodsou. Then came a Tennessee song. A sketch oi Tennessee, written by Clau dia Leen was read by Altrcd trillions. Morin Jams toid oi viewing New ork Cu lroin an airship. A quar tet sang "Coming Through the rtye," thus representing bcoilaiui. i lie story 01 Uiiiium Jell, which told of Switzerland was read bv Merman ,'wiIor fAA".alV ;lvd; t,,at g as ,he gtory of waj senud, t'auliiie Jol.nso;. and Earl uark representing the aliirmame, and Wioda WigiHinan and beeeher traz- 1CI l,lc uegaiie. we men nau a lurK ish inarch, an Elman record on the Yicuola, v.iiii tableau 01 a luikisli woman. Robert lJuggar gave tne ex periences ui a white am in an .Afri can jungle. Six girls dressed to repre sent Japanese maidens sang of Japan and created some tun with tiwir drill. Hawaiian melodies were played 011 the Victrola and the program was closed with the singing of "America the beautiful." c were glad to have again last Wednesday evening another of Prof, iramuins interesting buile lecieurcs. it i.- a treat lo hear such a lecturer liota so learned and liliciestiug a lecturer. The subject was Samuel. Through the efforts of our Academy agrjcuiturai department we enjoyed an i.iua.iu.cj tvcttirc 011 cat tie Mr J. E. Converse, oi Pomona, Saturday night. The slides for our lantern were loaned by the slate agricultural de pal hltllt. The eight grade enjoyed a fine pic nic on Thursday; they report much to eat and a od tjmc v e hacI a; very carncst sermon on the Church f,om our pastor Sunday IT,ornjIlg and" in the evening the C. E. was ed by Lee Ritchie, vye are gla(i tiat Georgia Ramsey has returned to school. ! The electric lights at the Academy are a great stisfaction and delight to us all. April 3. XX. r TO Iff? DUIYIVJLj i 1 , . . . . G. M. Thompson and Creed Tol ett ,,, tn x;,viu tn - V vcn. ' ?lk?v,l C tS Sc. ioaa Of dry goods and notnions today, D Burnett and Martin, of Pha.tV- noc were here Sunda ,ecturj on ... t n . ' A . ' th.e great Centenary movement. Their units mcic very iiuereswng. -"ose ttyder, o tt friends and relativ Mose' Hyder, of Hhea county visited es here .ast week and went on to Litton to vijit .Mis. Darius Lee. ;? Mrs. G. F. Swaffcrd. of Ctcssville, i.i visiting friends in the valley this" week and last. She i.. in verv po- e health. . tk- Casio C.iiiiilijis has Ix'ii very sick but is some better at this writing. Mrs. Lola Roberts and son passed through to her home at Litton. She had been on the mountain to visit 1 .1 Saturday evening and returned Sun- dav. Miss gregory closed her school' last Friday. She has taught eight months She gave agood entertainment, had an egg hunt for the last part of thc program. XX. ADAMS FORD Mr. and Mrs.. Andy Gosss and babe wenf to Rockwood Thursday to get medical aid for the baby. Calvin Adams, was visiting with his daughter, Mrs. Joe Cox, and family a few days last week. March 19th. Esq C. Ii. McCoy said the words which made George Barn well and Miss Lou Adams husband and wife' Their many friends wish for them a long and happy wedded life. Mrs. Martha Goss has been visit ing her daughter, Mrs. Tom Adams for several days. Mr. and Mrs. M. Bfl Goss were the Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs. I. V. Hayes. Miss Jane Adams went to Crossville Saturday for medical treatment. She i.s heller at this writing. Beecher Barnwell and sister, Ida, went to Crossville Saturday. The barn of Julius Hamby burned Saturdyan. The origin of the 6re is unknown. He' lost some feed and a calf that was shut up in the barn. March 31. Daisy. "v- OiJlituld stand hv yon-- ri- -ir." .ir.r.H'd the busine- Booster. "I alw-'iys do when he is weighing ?n' ''"rchases," replied Mrt. Housekeeper.