Newspaper Page Text
CRCSJ VILLE OttOWICLE
DR. F. J.UPHAM DENTIST OROSSVULfc. TENN. F. H. Washburn Ral EiUto Farm Lands a Specialty CROSSVILLE. TENNESSEE G. A. SCHLICHER Surreying and Abstracting of Titles CROSSVILLE, TENNESSEE CHANGE TO GET XEREFORDS AT VERY LOW PRICES Fourteen Head of Young Bull, to B So'd at Forced Sale; Will Go Cheap. J. A. Schulgen, who bought the John Jones farm a short time ago and moved here from Bradley county, in forms us that there will be a forced sale of 14 ' e 'd of young Hereford bulls and 35 ' cad of Hereford cows of all ages at CU-vcbnd. Bradley county, in about fifteen days. This stock i r.;l purebred, most or it regis'erei'. The owner recently died and the ndv'inlstraior is closing up the estate and the cattle wiil be sola at public outcry for what they will bring. They are expected to sell for not more than beef prices. This pre sents a splendid onportunity for our farmers and stockmen to get some very fine stock at exceedingly low figures. One very favorable feature of the sale will be that notes will be accepted so that persons will have time in which to realize on the cattle before paying for them. These cattle are all registered stock. The distance froro Cleveland to Cross ville is 60 miles, which means the cattle can easily be driven from there in three davs at a less cost than they could be shipped by train. Any person wishing to learn more of this stock, the exact date of sale and Other information should se Mr. Schul gen at an early date. VYINESAP Mrs. Marv Blalock is very sick with the flu at this writing. Owen Patton of Ninemile, visited his sister, Mrs. Lorene Houston, Sun day. Miss Et'a Houston was the guest Of Miss Wilcie Swallows, Sunday. Rev. Gip Lewis delivered two very interesting sermons here Saturday nigh t and Sunday. Mrs. Jane Myers and family, of Crossvi"e vHted her mother, Mrs. Re becca Brewer last week. Nov. 20. Red Rose. JOfiNiyniTE&cov?ts lsUbli,h.dinl837 fay SSi Liosrai assortment and; fr'ia Full Valua naid lor 'J 4 . '? ruis Children like Dr. Miles' Laxative Tablets Don't struggle trying to get your children to take bitter, evil tasting laxatives. Get a package of DR. MILES Laxative Tablets and the-children will" beg for them they taste so good. Adults and children find these tablets mild, sure and thorough. Your druggist sells them at pre-war prices 25 doses 25 cents. THREE FOUND MURDERED NEAR MELVJfi, BLEDSOE CO. Thought to Be Revenge for Killing of Ma'cn Thurman Few Week Ago by Unknown Persons Word was received here Saturday afternoon that Jesse Rector, York Rector and the wife of York Rector had been found dead at their home that day, near Mclvinc and only a few hundred yards from the house where the remains of Malon Thurman were found few weeks ago afle he bad been dead :everal days. Jesse Ke- ; r -. as about 50 years of age, his so:i. York Rector, was about 30 y;ir.; tf ;i;;e a;i! the wife cf Yor! Rector v.il ;i few years youngc Jessee Recti r was a nephew of out tovti: :,-?n. Ivi;. O. B. Rector. Sheriff Goforth, of Bledsoe county has bee! investigating the situatior but at last reports had made no ar rests. He found Jessee Rector and York Rector had had their hand tied 1 eli'nd them with hay wire. The head f ;!' voting man had been part lv b' u v. v v: -i a sho'gnn at close range .''.'id .-ever:.! pistol bi'!s fired into his head ;:Uo. T1:t father had been shot twice with pistols and the hc: C. Elected for ti;-. fourth successive time Eleventh ('.itr;cf. Tuesday, November ; Until ' e;ur; he was thought Perfect Protection In Every Roll "A Root for Every Building BILBREY BROTHERS, Agts James Supply Co.. Dist. ' o 'ics were found laying in the yard.1 The head of Mrs. Rector was badly' ;iv!i!aed as though shot with a shot-1 Tiui. Her body was found in bed and he wps killed while asln. young sen of Jessee Rector,, Sector. -ta;ecl that at least six'"""0 was 25.75. , t-Mii! had been implicated in the nunler as he had found their trail and followed it through a field to the o.;d where their tracks mingled with her tracks in the road and he could j ! the trail no further. The general accepted theory is that ;!.! killing was the outcome of the irvder of Malon Thurman near the same place a few weeks ago. Tho Rector woman was formerly he wife of Bob Hamilton, who killed i;tter-in-iaw ana was sent to tne syhiiii. She then married the brother of Bob Hamilton, who died, and later carried York Rector. SAT FRENCH PREMIER REACHES UNITED STATES Georges Clemenceau, the great French war premier, reached this untry Saturday. He is here on a : 1 vis't and with the unoffcial inducing this country to see is. 1 le win make sev' M-c'che; at different cities be returning home. tf -SaS JJ J ii v v 'T' ORVELL flotcrial representative from this His majority is around 105 votes. ; ;v.' been defeated. ONE of the greatest advantages in using Carey Roofing is that it is always uniform the same quality in every roll, the same thickness at every point, the same rugged durability. A roof is no stronger than its weakest spot. There are no weak spots in Carey Roofing. JEWETT . There was a pie suDDer here .Satur day niiht .ifK .u- . "f.V w ' T." "c .,rci ""i .uiss iiricK ev nan tne- hnn. or of winning the cake. The amount Meward Hmcfi made a trio to Cross- ville Saturday. Mrs. Urcie Brown and son, G. V. Brown, were here visiting her sister, Mrs. Steward flinch, last week. Mark Cox is building a barn on his plact. Mr. and Mrs. James Hinch ae plan ning to go to Chattanooga to spend Thanksgiving with their son. Truman i.Hinch, i Steward Hinch is nlanniner to bo to Maryville next week to see his son. Koy, who is 111 school there. School is progresseing nicely here with Miss Bricklcy and Miss Revell as teachers. Nov. 18. XX ADAMS FORD Mrs. G. M. Goss has been very sick from the effects of having some teeth pulled. Miss Jane Adams has been visiting ; j);lst en. .kg mends and relatives at Crossville the Mrs. Martha Goss was visiting Mrs. G. M. Goss Sunday. Zack Goss and family were visiting at Torn Adams' Sunday. Mrs. M. L. Adams visited her par ents a few days last week. Mrs. Amanda Cox visited her daugh ter, Mrs. Ed Patton, a few days iast week. Will Jones and wife visited his par ents Saturday nnd Sunday. Nov. 1 8. Daisy. CRAB ORCHARD Quite a number of people from our town went to Crossville Friday night to hear the band concert. All seemed to think the entertainment was fine and enjoyed it very much. Miss Estelle Farmer, of Hebberts burg, has been visiting here with her friends. Miss Farmer was one of our teachers last year. Mrs. E. O. Martin and baby are vis iting her parents, the Blacks, Cross ville, this week. It must be great to be a member of the faculty as they seem to be in vited out to suppers more often than the rest of us. Prof. T. E. Marshall entertained the other members of the faculty and also Miss Lennice Martin and Sam Hollovvay at his home Thursday even ing and from all reports they certainly enjoyed lots of good eats and a very pleasant evening. The poor old wild turkeys have been living hard, or dying hard I should have said, near Crab Orchard for the past week or so. Several nice big gobblers have been killed by diffenent parties. N. D. Walker, on coming to his work from Crossville, Friday morning, got a nice big fellow weigh ing 144 pounds, some where near the Kemmer old place, three miles west of town. Mrs. F. A. Potts, district secretry of the Tennessee Woman's Missionary Society, of Chattanooga, was here Thursday and Friday and organized a Missionary Society with Mrs. George Gang, President, Miss Lennice Martin Secretary, Mrs. R. N. Myers, Treas urer. She was an able speaker and gave two addresses. MAYLAND Miss Clemie Wyatt) daughter of Mrs. Allen Wyatt, died Sunday morn ing from pneumonia. Savage Raines and family are vis iting relatives in White county. Roy Bosswell has returned from Chattanooga. Mrs. Marcus Cooper is on the sick I list tris week. Rev. Wilmoth filled his appointment here Sunday. Dewey Cooper, who has been spend ing a few days with his mother here, has returned to Nashivlle. Roy Phillips has arrived in town from Ohio. Buck Ferguson and Judge J3ohannon are in town this week. Rev. Collier, of the Nazarene Church will preach at the school ohuse on Wednesday night. Everybody come to hear him. Mrs. Art rnniips ana Airs. Maryu.,- n.ri, a t.c;9 Raines made a recent trip to the Mon- Mrs c A Hedgecoth. of Meridian, terey dentist. -s teacj,jng school here this week and We are being blessed with such beau ,ast durj the absence of Miss Oreg tiful weather that we mustn t croak ory when the bad comes. j Jrs Dorris Brown, who lives at the We are glad to see Mrs. Breeding t of Browns Gap visited here with ot again after several days illness her mother Mrs. Flora Sherrill, last A deal is being made whereby the 1 wpei. oapiisi cnurcn vnere win oe completed. ASKING FOR BIDS FOR CARRYING MAIL TO DEPOT In compliance with the direction of the postafficc department Postmaster R. A. Potter posted a notice in the postoffice lobby Sunday asking for bids for carrying the mail between the I postoffice and the depot. W. E. Gris 1 som has been carrying it for some j months, but we are informed he will jnot be a bidder for the job. j Sealed bids will be received Ty j Postmaster Potter for ten days. He 'will forward the bids to Washington for approval and he expects to learn j the successful bidder about the mid-1 die of next month. CRESTON Rev. Massengil, of Spring City who ! ii j 1 ... r, ... t . . - "Heo P lne BaPs cm,rcn """e. as pastor, is expected here Siimlav to : preach. Rev. Dock Wilmoth, of Monterey, preached here Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ferris are the happy parents of a baby girl since November 1. Rev. E. G. Tabor and Leonard May nard, of Woody, were guests at the Duncan home Sunday. Albert Todd, of Buhl, Idaho, attend ed church here Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. McKinlcy Lowe are going to have an old time corn shell ing Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Brewer attended church at Bakers Cross Roads Sunday. Ralph, the little on of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Smith, is very sick. The home om Mr, and Mrs. Frank Tabors was made happy a few days ago by the arrival of a little boy bear ing the name of Heart. M. C. Lowe has been on a trarj- 'ping expedition for the last two weeks Sheriff Henry of Crossville, attended the baptizing here Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Bristow, of Crossville were here Wednesday and Thursday. Mrs. Richard Hughes, of Pomona, was here Sunday visiting her daughter, Mrs. George Turner. Fred Parsons arrived home WpHiips. ! day from Cookeville and Livingston. where he had been visiting relatives ind friends for some time. E. A. Smith has been very sick this week. Mr. Hreeden, of Ma viand, was here I'riday. The little son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Graham has been unite sick. Mr. Hendley and family attended the baptizing here Sunday. Miss Nola Gryder spe.nt the week end with home folks near Crossville. Nov. 18. Rose Bud. Thanksgiving is approaching closely now and it's time our turkey was in the fattening pen. Our pumpkins are keeping safely for those deliscious Thanksgiving pies. A bit of snow fell in this section Thursday morning; the first of winter weather that has reached us this seas on. General Btickner has moved to the J. W. Linkons farm owned by A. L. Tabor. Miss Inez Hodgins is planning to leave in a few days to spend the winter with her grad parents, Mr. and Mrs. chased the C. M. Wells farm and has Toomers, in North Carolina. Frank Graham, of Pomona, has pur moved his family here. Mr. Graham is a highly respected citizen and is welcomed to our neighborhood. Miss Clara McCuistion, who has been here wit hher great uncle, John Johns, since the death of his wife, has recently gone to her home near Howard Springs. Mrs. R. M. Taylor was the guest of Mrs. J. II. Graham, of Howard Springs Monday. Carl McXutt, of Rockwood, was here on business I'riaay. Chas. Under is at home this veek visiting his mother. Mr. and Mrs. Oneal Hodgins visited Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Taylor, Saturday and Mrs.-E. A Smith Sunday. J. C. Dixon visited Mrs. Mary Linder Sunday. Nov. 20. Candytuft. BURKE Farmers are all gusy gathering corn and sowing wheat. W. M. Andrews, of Grassy Cove, completed a handsome job on E. G. Wilson's house last week and wound up his week's work on G. M. Thomp son's barn. He is an excellent work man. John H. Kerely, of Biglick.whohas been sick so long has been visiting with friends and relatives here for the past few days. He is in a very critical condition. Ira Thurman, who has been sick so long seems better since he is tak ing weekly treatments from Dr. Har ris, of Pikeville., Mrs. H. I. Nail, of Biglick, attended church at Parhams Chapel Sunday. Mrs. Vance Hinch and children, of Pomona, visited her grand mother Mrs. A. V. Miller and daughters, Lenis and Gladys, were the dinner guests of her father, Johnson Parham Sunday. Rev. J. B. Cobble, of Biglick, painted the teacher's home here last week. Nov. 18. XX. Lips cracked and sorer MENTHOIATUM quickly heals tnem.