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DR. F.J. UPHAM
DENTIST OROSSVILLt. TENN. F. H. Washburn Real Estate Farm Lands a Specialty CROSSVILLE. TENNESSEE ANNOUNCEMENTS HENRY We are authorized to an nounce J. H. HENRY as candidate for Sheriff subject to the will of the peo ple expressed at the ballot box, Aug ust 3, 1922. 1 ii. T3 BIBLE THOUGHTS For This Week Bibte Thoochts memoriMd, will pun a pneuaai man in altar jean. SUNDAY JESUS SAID: Blessed are the pure in heart; for they shall see God. Matt. 5 :8 MONDAY , THE FEAST OF HARMONY :-Bet ,ler is a dry morsel, and quietness .therewith, than a house full of sac rifices with strife. Proverbs 17:1. TUESDAY WARNING TO MEDDLERS: He that passeth by, and meddleth .with strife belonging not to him, is like one that taketh a dog by the ears p-Proverbs 26:17. WEDNESDAY PICTURE OF PEACE. The wolf lalso shall dwell with the lamb, and the Jeopard shall lie down with the kid; and the calf and the young lion and the fading together: and a little child Shall lead them. Isaiah 11:6. THURSDAY NO RESPECTOR OF PERSONS Of a truth I perceive that God is no respector of persons : but in every na .tion he that feareth him, and worketh tighteousness, is accepted with him, Acts 10:34,35. FRIDAY GOD'S THOUGHTS: I know the Jthoughts that I think toward you, teaith (he Lord, thoughts of peace, and not of evil . . . .And ye shall seek me, and find me, when ye shall search for me with all your heart. Jeremiah 29. n, 13. SATURDAY GOD RULES WITHIN: I will jput my Spirit within you, and cause you to walk in my statutes, and ye shall keep my judgments, and do them. And ye shall dwell in the land that I gave to your fathers; and ye shall Jbe my people; and I will be your God. fr-Ezekiel 36: 27, 28. NON-RESIDENT NOTICE. JOHN M. SHERIDAN vs. WILL GOSNELL, alisa WILL HICKS In the Chancery Court of Cumber land County, Tennessee. In this cause it appears to the satis faction of the Clerk and Master from Complainants' Amended Bill, which is sworn to, that defendants Will Gos nell, alisa Will Hicks is non-resident of the state. It is therefore ordered .that publication be made iiithe Cross ville Chronicle, a newspaper published in the town of Crossville, for four consecutive weeks commanding said non-resident defendant to appear at ioffice of the Clerk and Master in the court house in the town of Crossville on the first Monday of August, 1922 Sand plead to the bill and amended bill, filed in this cause, or the same will be taken for confessed. This the 1st day of July, 1922. C. G. BLACK, J--5-4t. Clerk and Master. Charter No. 9809, Reserve Dist. No. 6. Report of the Condition of the FIRST NATIONAL BANK CROSSVILLE, TENN. At the close of business on June 30, 3922. RESOURCES J,oans and discounts, in cluding rediscounts $261,298.96 Overdrafts, unsecured 702.64 United States Govern ment securities owned .. 15,000.00 Other bonds, stocks securi ties etc 1,050.00 Banking house, furniture and fixtures 7.700.00 Lawful reserve with Fed eral Reserve Bank 16,378.87 'Cash in vault and amount due from National Banks.. Miscellaneous cash items... Radempiion fund with U. S Treasury 56,228 04 3-50 750-00 pecial Sale and Demonstration of Headlight Overalls DFFMS OF ELECTTBN MSAMGoOflir 10 I l ' 1 Headlight Two-Piec Oesrafl Headlight Ont-Piec Oct raft Headlight Overall Voucher This entitles bearer to 25 cents toward the purchase price of a pair of Head light Overalls or a Headlight Coat, it pre sented at our store on Saturday, July 15. Watch Our Window SATURDAY Through the courtesy of the Headlight Co. a real, live model Mr. G. M. Allen will appear in dis play window at our store Saturday, July 15 and demonstrate the su perior qualities of Head light Overalls and Head light Combination Suits. Among other things he will show you how to get into Headlight Combina tion Suits in three seconds and out of it in 4 seconds HEADLIGHT Snagproof Pants Army khaki duck: snag and waterproof. The lon gest wearing pants in the world. Lxuaranteea tor a year Our price Saturday. 2.95 Headlight Overalls The roomiest and most perfect fitting gar ment in America. Extra heavy, white back denim. Will not shrink or fade. Sold with this remarkable guarantee: If, when this garment is completely worn out, you do not think that the Headlight is bet ter and will outwear any other overall, we will refund your money. Rose & Haley than for money borrowed) 129,260.50 Total $359002.01 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in $25,000.00 Surplus fund 10,000.00 Undivided profits and un earned interest 20,710.71 Circulating notes outst'd'g.. . 14.997-50 Cashier's checks outstanding 779-84 Individual deposits sub- 1 ject to check 158,343-4; Certificates of deposit (other I Total ...$359,092.01 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 konwledge and beliei. JOHN b. KliJiJJ, 1 Cashier. . Correct Attest: 1 J. W. DORTON, I F. J. UPHAM, I G. E. HARRISON, Directors. j Subscribed and sworn to before me this 7th day of July, 1922. O. B. RECTOR. (Seal) Notary Public. UPLANDS COMPLETED Friends interested in the new Sana torium at Pleasant Hill will be glad to know that the building is completed and the "family" moved in the past week. "Uplands," as the sanatorium is called, is an up-to-date building, equipped with running water and electric lights, built to accomodate a dozen ro more patients. Its wide porch, which extends on three sides of the building, gives ample space for hammocks and out-door living, both day and night patients sleeping on the porch except in bad weather. Dr. Wharton's office is on the main floor, at the end of the porch on the left, and is approached by a private outside stairway on that side. Treat ment and operating-room, a sitting hall, linen room, diet kitchen, a ward for women and one for men, four private rooms and two baths complete the main floor, while kitchen, dining room and a bedroom for workers are in the basement. The fact that the front porch is slightly over the brow of the hill gives privacy to the front porch and affords not only light at the rear the basement end is prac tically all in glass but glimpses of the wide meadow and beautiful up lands away to the north beyond. This fine property, presented by friends in the village, is full of pos sibilities, and paths through the lovely strip of woods, and extensive land scape gardening lie formost in the plans for the future. Notice of the formal opening of the sanatorium to which all friends and the general public are cordially invited will probably appear in next week's July 10. aa, A Big Job. Fond Parent "What is worrying you, my son?" Willie "I was just wondering how many legs you gotta pull off a centi pede to make hi'm limp. Ex. On Thursday. August 3. 1922, wit'iiii the legal hour:, , there will be hdi a primary election at the various vonng precincts of Cumberland County, Tennessee, for the purpose of nomi nating Republican candidates for Gov ernor of the State of Tennessee, Rail road Commissioner for the Western Division of Tennessee, to succeed the late B. A. Enloe, deceased, State Sena tor for Ninth Senatorial District, Ten nessee, Representative in the General Assembly for the Eeleventh Floterial District of Tennessee, and two State Committeemen for the Fourth fVn. gressional District of Tennessee. Ihe Mate Primary Election Law makes it a crime, punishable by fine, for failure or refusal of anv officer. judge or clerk of the Primary Elec tion to fail to serve as such when appointed. The following named persons have been and hereby are appointed to open and hold said election at the several voting precincts of the county: Fifth District CROSSVILLE Officer, H. R. Webb; Judges U. S. Rose, M. W. West and A C. Beadle; Clerks; Lizzie Cline and Violet Haley. CRESTON Officer. W. H. Tabor; Judges, Julius Bowden, J. J. Tabor and Maynard Shoemake; Clerks, M. G. Morrow and J. R. Tabor. DORTON Officer, J C. Chapman; Judges Jul ius Smith, M. O. Tarpening and V. E. Kearley; Clerks, Mollie Silvers and Mary Smith. POMONA Officer, H. C. Duncan; Judges. Ern est Hembree, Harry Hoffner and Jas. Campbell; Clerks, Myrtle Hoffner and Milburn Neal. CLIFTY Officer, T. H. Bell; Judges. N. A. Odem, J. S. Sapp and Joe Lewis; Clerks, James Anderson and W. H. Wilson. PLEASANT HILL Officer, Robert Wighlman; Judges, T. A. Tanner, Albert Hood and Herb ert Smith ; Clerks, John Wightman and Jay Smith. Second District MAYLAND Officer, Dan Elmore ; Judges, W. L. Swallows, Jones Davidson and Fate Garrett; Clerks, J. S. Stamps and C. G. Smith. ISOLINE Officer, Riley Wyatt ; Judges, Enoch Elmore, J. B. England and Logan Ta bor; Clerks, Joe Green and John El more. . GENESIS Officer, Julius Elmore; Judges, W. J. Turner, Geo. Hale and W. R. Mc Coy ; Clerks, L. A. McCoy andjackson Turner. FOREST HILL Officer, S. F. Jones; Judges, John Hall, Bale Barnett and O. P. Howard; Clerks, Kate Patton and Lena Barnett. Third District ' . GRASSY COVE Officer, N. M. Hartman ; Judges, J. A, Norris, F. M. Lawson and Sam James; Clerks, Myrtle McFalls and Martha Hartman, BURKE Officer, Virgil Caudell ; Judges, T. L. Hale, J. R. Parhani and J. L. Brown; Clerks, Martha Parham and May Ker ley. L1NARY Officer, J. A. Hale; Judges, Ed Hall, Homer Patton and L. D. Manning; Clerks, Lou Burgess and Amanda Man ning. JEWETT Officer, K. D. Reed; Judges, Dick Garrison, John Garrison and R. C. Reed; Clerks, Susie Garrison and Alma Robinson. Fourth District CRAB ORCHARD Officer, R. F. Rose; Judges, James McCullough, W. M. Moore and Henry Farmer; Clerks, Jessie Manning and Mae Sullivan. DAYSV1LLE Officer, Robert Hodges; Judges, A. M. Derrick, H. F. Green- and L. A. Kclley; Clerks, Lewis Allen and Sher man Cox. FLAT ROCK Officer, G. E. Manning; Judges, G. W. Hembree, W. M. Reed and Truman Reed; Clerks, R. C. Loden and Gartner Hayes. Officer. W. B. Lewis; Judges, Hick- ey Smith, N. G. Griever and J. J. Ran dolph; Clerks, Mollie McLean and Winnie Minges. HEBBERTSBURG Officer, M. L. Patton; Judges, J. T. Shadden, J.C. Farmer and Iva Hamby; Clerks, Mrs. J. D. Davis and Carrie Shadden. First District VANDEVER Officer, C. Davis; Judges, J. T. Homes, H. H. Parham and A. C. Thompson; Clerks, Nannie Musick and Sallie Musick. BURGESS Officer, W. T. Vanwinkle; Judges, W. M. Wyatt, Bishop Campbell and C. E. Flynn; Clerks, Amanda Norris and Amanda Burgess. This July 8, 1922. J. W. DORTON, Chairman, S. C. BISHOP, Secretary.