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CROS3VILLE CHRONICLC
Tax Assessor T. J. Kerley was in
town Monday.
C. E. Brookhart and son. Marien,
were in from 1'cavinc Mi. inlay.
Col. John F. McXutt was here from
Jtockwood Monday on legal business
Sampson DeRossett and family
to leave today in a car for Red Biol
ing Springs, where he and John Et
tien have purchased a hotel.
pects to send for his household
a little later and have them
by truck. They will likely he accom-
uanied by L. I.. W heeler,
paper haiijjn:. and pa
new hotel addition that Messers De
.Rosseit ai;d Etuin are just complet-j
ing. They have added more than 20!
rooms to .heir hotel and have ar J
ran.i to care 1. r winter guests as j
Veil a , ;;c miuiiikt trade. I
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The Art Circle Win meet this week
with Mrs. E. G. Tollett.
A traveling sign x painter Was in
town last week and Postmaster R. A.
Potter h,ad a new sign painted on the
postohice windows, several business
houses had new signs painted.
t'or drilling test holes and water
wells see J. H. Graham, Pomona. 4-stf
Plant a patch of broomcorn, we will
be prepared with modern machinery
to make your brooms this fall or will
fcuy your broomccrn. Brooks & Bil
brcy, Crossviiie. 4-5.
Not for many years have the farm
ers been so far behind with their work
at this season. Especially is this
(rue ot plowing; there has been SO j
in 11 1 k aain thmfc Ke1"
... .vaMiig 01 ground
has been much held back and there
has been almost no weather suitable
for planting pototoes and the earlier
crops. Gardens are very backward;
almost no gardening having been done
yet, except lettuce pease and a few
early potatoes.
C. R. Caruthers was up from Burke
Saturday looking after business.
E. 1- Jonts took possession of the
Commercial hotel Monday and will
conduct same fro a time as the deal
between him and W. E. Andersoc
failed to be closed.
We have a -even-jewel Hampden
movement waich that has $6:50
charges against it. The' owner has
neglected to take it up and as we
have held it for several months, wt
will now e!' it for the repair bill.
Such watcb.e. new cost from $12.00
to $15.00. Frt come first served. S.
C. Bishop. :t -Chronicle Office.
Phillip Ely: -n was up from Lantana
Mondav.. Mv reports his mother,
Aunt Ezylphia" Flynn enjoying splen
did health in spite of her advanced
age, A year or two ago she fell and
injured 1 e hip since which time she
was confir.'"! to a wheel chair until
recently. She can walk about some
now with considerable effort. She
will be 97 years of age July 7- Her
eyesiglv md hearing are both good
and she enjoys life to a remarkable
degree, her advanced years being con
sidered. Sun... y a happy and eventful
clay at the hone of Mr. and Mrs. M.
W. Wes' as the 65th birthdiy of Mr.
West was celebrated. All the chil
dren were present along with several
grai.d c' i then. Mr. West has many
friends ii Crossviiie and over the
county who will extend to him hearty
congratulations and wish for him
finny happy returns of the day.
O .-'I" has received a car of
concrete mid .1 ear of slag for the
foundation wark to hh new garage
building he is erecting on Main street
north of the store of Reed Mercantile
Company. The new garage will be
50x00 feet, built of brick and two
stories. Mr. Harrison will push it to
completion as rapidly as possible. It
jvill be a neat structure and will be
an important addition to the buildings
jpn Main street.
OF BEAD-TRIMMED CREPE
SWEEPING SALE FlIMlAilfe
p;-Begming Saturday, April 8, and lasting ten days.
rINo bluff! No deception! A fair and square offer of
T ITT riti..r llAfl
u.u iMKe eacli day at tour 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 trn out bread that has no super
ior. Give me a trial.
T. M. RECTOR.
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ely he accom-; t t f f """ms 10 rent over the Chronicle
liuoi,,,hc(:every thing m our store at lower than market ynott. . 1 Inc,iire at
.Mr. and Mrs. Andy Elmore returned
from their trip to Florida last week.
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Vhn you fc'o hi quest ot u new
blouse k-ep In mind two pliases
; "crepe de chine" and "over the skirt,'
Mid Id all the displays you will flni
Ee blouses repeating them. There
Sire nmny simple over-the-eklrt styles
pmllflr to the pretty blouBe shown
mere. aDd they Ujvite the seamstresn
W. i. V - j lilnnen molrlnir
Chls Is mode of & colored crepe, wltn
rhlte tn the collar and caffs, orna-
eatad with ttltefctnf of Uk floe utd
1mmed with bead
REED UEflGANTILE CO.
STOVES, RANGES, FURNITURE
$100 Range for $80
$68 Range for ' $50
(8.00 Mattreis for $6.25
GENERAL HARDWARE
Paints at w below latest prices.
Harness Goods, and Shelf Hard
ware at same reduction.
SHOES
Men' $3.65 Oxfords going at $2.98
Men'. $7.00 Oxford going at $5.00
Reduction on all our shoes and
slippers for men, women and chil
dren in same proportion.
ALUMINUM WARE
The most sensational prices ev
er yet made on kitchen utensils,
made of this valuable metal. Fol
lowing prices give an idea of the
savings we offers
lto 2 qt. articles 15
2 qt. Percolators to 10 qt Dishpans
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KITCHEN UTENSILS
A large selection of articles at
5 cents, 10 cents and 25 cents.
All cooking vessels and dishes
at surprisingly low prices.
HEAVY HARDWARE
All farm implements will be of
fered at same prices as published
a few weeks ago. Even list goods
will be cut.
Roofing, plain surface $1.50 to $2.25
Roofing, slate surface $3.25
DRY GOODS
fiest Grade LL Brown
Domestic in:: 10c
Curtain Goods 10 to 50c
40c Bath towels going at 30c
20c Bath towels going at 16c
Ginghams, 17g grade at 15c
Ginghms,20c Grade at
Cinghams, 25c Grade at 19c
Ginghams, 30c Gradeat 25c
Outings, 15c Grade at 1212
Outings, 17l2c Grade at 15c
Wite and blue vein Oil Cloth 30c
India Linen, English Long cloth,
Dimities, Nainsooks and other fine
White Goods much below present
market. Our fine line of Organd
as will also take the' same reduc
tions. NOTIONS
Ladies' $1.00 silk Hose for ....75c
Ladies $1.50 Silk Hose for ....$1.20
Ladies' Under-suit . , . JQo to$1.50
Men's Undersuits 45c to $1.50
Ladies' Summer Vests 1212 to 15c
All other hose taking proportion
ate reductions.
Small' items to numerous to men
tion going at price's io or more
below regular prices.
These prices are for the duration of this sale only. When this sale
is over the prices will be put back to the normal level. You can
not 'afford to miss buying your needs at this reduction sale
MEASAMER BROTHERS.
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Are you thinking of buying a
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If so, from whom? Can you afford
to go out of your home county to
buy, when you have a dealer at
home? When buying at home you
keep the money in your home county.
If you buy at home you have.
free service
from your home dealer to the limit
of your guarantee. When you buy
away from home, you are too far
away to take advantage of the guar
antee that goes with the car. We
are here to serve you.
CROSSVILLE MOTOR CO.
By G. E. Harrison.
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SHEEP WANTED Bring your
sheep to our bam and get top of the
market for them. Hale & Hudson.
FARMERS' MEETING CALLED.
We h'-r keeping good saddle horses
and gooi! driving teams for hire. If
you wain any team working or haul
ing done see us. Halc& Hudson, 2t.
Mrs. I.. W. Martin and Miss Fannie
; DeGolia gave a "Five Hundred" party
There will be a meeting of the Friday night. There were four tables
farmers in the Court house Saturday and a most delightful time was had
next, at one o'clock p. m. at which until a late hourj,vhen dainty refresh-
time a letter will be read giving inter ments werc served'
esting suggestions on the method of
permanent organization, membership
fees and some other matters of mark
ed in'.eri
C. E. lii ohni, A .'mh Director,
State Experiment Station. Knoxville,
will be here' for the express purpose
of assisting in launching a Farm Bu
reau organization. Mr. Brehm has
had wide experience in the marketing
side of farming and is splendidly qual
ified to give the farmers advice as to
the best methods of launching their
organization. He will be able to give
much information relative to the bene
fits to be derived from the organiza
tion of farmers under the Tennessee
Bureau plan. Farmers should make
a special effort to be present to hear
what Mr. Brehm will say.
W. M. DAVES. Chairman.
R. W. Powell, of Brooklyn, N, Y
has been at West Palm Beach, Fla.,
for some weeks faking a rest.
NEW RAILROAD EQUIPMENT
The Tennessee Central has placed
an order for eight locomotives to be
delivered within sixty days. They
are to be modern in every way and
will be of such character that they
can be used in passenger service as
well as freight service, although the
latter is what they are intended for
primarily.
The company will soon place an
order for 500 freight cars which are
to be for coal hauling mainly.
It's a wise cow who knows her own
milk after it's delivered to the city.
D. F. Southard, who passed the win
ter at West Talm Beach, Florida, ar
rived home last week.
I can now deliver to you good run-of-mine
coal for $6.00 a ton. Paul
Green.
Mrs. Martha Rea, who has been at
Lake Worth. Florida, for the winter,
is expected home about the middle of
this month.
Mrs. W. H. Blue and her mother,
Mrs, H. K. Edgerton, left Friday for
Lebanon. Mrs. Blue will visit there
for several weeks with her mother.
Rev. Blue did not accompany them
but will probably make periodical vis
its to Lebanon during the stay of his
wife.
FOR SALE One soda fountain and
extra tank, cheap for cash. See J. S.
Reed, First National Bank, Crossviiie
3-15-4-
F. H. Washburn, who has been in
West Palm Beach, Fla., for about a
year is expected to arrive here this
week to pass the summer. It is not
yet known what buiness he will en
gage in. Mrs. Washburn will not
come with him, but will probably
come a little later,
WANTED Clean cotton rags. Will
pay 10 cents a pound. Bandy &
Walker. 3-22-tf.
Tanlac relieves rheumatism by re
moving the cause Craig's Pharmacy.
Miss Hallie Dunbar, who is teach
ing in the Rockwood city schools, was
home for the week-end.
Mrs. H. J. Dunbar closed a three
month pay school at Ozone last week
and is home to remain,
"This Tanlac is really the first med
icine' I have ever taken that does
what they say it will do," said J. F.
Holly, Lexington, Ky. Craigs Phar
macy. Rainey and Litton Thurman have
taken possession of the Windsor ho
tel and the Davis people have moved
to the G. P. Burnett property near the
old stave mill.
Yesterday Bandy & Walker moved
the gasoline storage tank at their
garage.
George L. Tessey, a wellknown Buf
falo mechanic, said he had gained
twenty-six pounds and his daughter
was gaining every day, by taking Tan
lac Craig's Pharmacy.
N. J. Smith, c.f Pleasant Hill, and
C. B. Duncan, of Creston, were irr
town yesterday arranging to start
work on seven miles of road beween
Pleasant Hill and Mayland. They
hope to have itin a goo dpassable1 con
dition within a short time.
Register S. C. Cline and wife, who
have been in Birmingham, Ala., the
past few weeks, plan to leave for
home in a car about Aorif 10. Thev
Atta Boy, Percheron stallion, will wju be two or three days on the road,
make the season at Crossviiie, at the! FOR SALE OR TRADE Good
Keyes barn. Season fee' $10.00. Should work horses and mules. Hale & Hud
mare be transferred fee becomes due! son. 4-S-2t.
at once. Will not be responsible for j. E. Craig, who is traveling sales-
accidents should any occur, but all man for the Federal Stock Food Co.,
HOGS WANTED Bring your hogs
to our barn and get the top of the
market for them. Hale & Hudson.
Tn thio isdiip1. Frank M. Shellifo an
nounces as a candidate for Sheriff
subject to the action of the voters at
the polls in August. Mr. bhellito is
a democrat but is running as an indi
Dendent and asks the support of vot
ers of all parties. The Chronicle
editor has taken considerable pains to
to make inquiry relative to Mr. Shel
lifo and we have1 no hesitancy in say
ing he is a man of integrity and is
respected by his neighbors and those
who know him best. He has been
farming for the past five years in the
Isoline neighborhood, but previous to
that he worked as a miner for 17
years. We feel that he is worthy of
the confidence of the people and that
he will use his best efforts to enforce
the laws in all ways should the peo
ple favor him with the office he seeks
He will doubtless make' a thorough per
sonal canvass of the county and pre
sent his case in person to the voters.
PERCHERON STALLION.
possible care
avoid same.
4-5-2t.
will be exercised to
HALEy& HUDSON,
Fresh Butter
and Eggs
Wc are Very particular
as to where we buy our
butter and eggs. Only
those farmers whose
products we know ate
always right can deal
with us.
You can profit by our dis
crimination if you trade here.
And you can be sure that
we are just as particular
about where we get our
creamery butter as we are
about the dairy butter. -
Our prices stand comparison.
LON RECTOR.
was her last week visiting his brother,
F. G. Crag and mother. He left Sun
day. The Ladies Missionary Society of
the M. E. church, south, will meet
with Mrs. Birch Wheeler Thursday
afternoon at two o'clock. Every mem
ber is requested fo be present.
TO TEACHERS
The state examination for teachers
for the year 1922 will be given on the
following dates : APr'l 2i and 22 ! May
25 and 26; July 7 and 8.
Tethers should shape their plans
to take advantage of these opportuni
ties to remove deficiencies in certi
fication and to raise the grades of
their certificates. Every teacher who
does not hold a certificate and who
expects to teach this year should en
ter one of these examinations. I would
advise all who can to enter the first
examination in order that they may
be able to make contracts in time for
the opening of the schools.
Respectfully.
4-S-3t. eow. I. S. CLINE, Supt.
Prices Reduced
FIRST GLASS KODAK FINISHING
Twenty-Four Hour Service;
Cath With OnUr.
Developing roll-film 5 packs iof
Prints 2x3Ti or smaller; 3
Prints zVi,MxA or smaller fi
Prints, post cards or smaller 5I
If you send too much money w e will
return it. Send for price list.
THE HARDING STUDIO,
CeekeriU Tunt,
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