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CAL AND
Miss Laura Cloud spent Sat-
urday -with honwfolks.
The work on the bridge across
Ocoee river near Parksville is
progressing nicely.
Miss Lissa Fet.er spent Sun-,
day afternoon with Miss Mattie
Sue Clemmer.
Felix Creasman spent few
days last week in Atlanta on
business.
G. W. JIarbison of Ocoee,
spent a few days this week with
homefolk here.
Mrs. Mary Lillard spent Son- son, Rev. T. M. Hicks,
day afternoon with Mrs. T. M. j Miss Ida May Love, of Knox
Hicks. ville, came Monday to visit her
Mr H. D. Fetter called on
Mrs. J. P. Clemmer Sunday af
ternoon. !
. Ex-Register K. L. Smith and
son Kobt. Jr., of near Etowah,
were here at the election Tuesday.
At W. F. Love' you'll find at W.F.LOVE'S
Shoes for ta WHOLE FAMILY- This week we received a letter
Boya and Oirl school shoes, f"om one correspondent, out of
Mens' heavy work Shoes made teu whose names are on our list
. . . . . , ' as correspondents. The people
to last a year, and mens ad la- . . . ,f
appreciate news from all over
ic fine Shoes in Dot k button the county, and the printer ap
and lace. Come and see them. predates letters from correspon
R. M. Coreland has. returned dents-
from Chattanooga, where he has
been for the past week on
Bess.
busi-
Ik. a. Miiara nas accepted a
position with the Ocoee Con-
"struct ion Company at Parks-'
till.
5ork oa the grading, of the
railroad now being bnilt from
Ocoee to Parksville is -nearly
finished.
Mrs. G. W. Harbison, Mrs.
Veto Williams, Pulaski Wil
liams and others sper t a few
day recently in Atlanta
Quito a number from here
were at Parksville Sunday. Ev
erybpdy likes to go to Parksville
and: see the work of the Ocoee
Construction Co , for it is eome
tbkig new and interesting.
It sounds good to hear the
band practise agwn. Seems
like they play better after a few
weeks' rest than they did be
fore. There was a baptizing at the
Ocoee: river bridge Sunday
morning a the result of a revi
val meeting 'which was closed
at Oak Grove last week;
SEE OUR FALL
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p You
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PERSONAL
.45
the election luesdsy.
B. B. C. Witt spent a few
days recently in Atlai ta.
The work on R. A. Harrison's
house is progressing nicely at
i
present.
I have some real goodp attems
n
new dress groods and fin f
hams. W. P. LOVE
Mrs. B B. C. Witt visited re
latives and frieudi in Chattanoo
ga recently.
j Mrs. Z. L. Hicks, of Madison-
' ville, is here on a visit to her
uncle, W F. Love.
Miss Barton Sweeny, who has
been teaching school at Arch
ville, has returned to her home
here.
You'll find ladies Wool and
Silk Silk Scarfs from 25c to $1.25
James Couch Dead
James Ruben Couch died Tues
day morning at the home of his
brother, Ba Couch,, at Parks
ville, alter having been afflicted
with consumption for three
years.
The deceased was about twen
ty one years old, and had al
ways been weak. He was a
member of the baptist church,
having professed religion about
four months before his death.
His remains were laid to rest
Wednesday in the city cemetery
here. !
Urfdtr Important.
The first and all Important point to
electing a cow Is to note tbe size of
the udder, whether It is large, uni
formly placed, with teats at the
proper distances; to note whether tbe
odder ta flabby and not fleshy, wfclca
Is particularly apparent Immediately
after milking: AccorJIn lo the law
of correlation, a 'con' that is a lnrgt
milker mr.-.t ntvessaril.v develop a
large odder, so;n rrofescor J:rf. ninT
If free from flcrhiness Hie r!".ii nf t!i
Udder !s ikj f the tnret inJIeinbf'
of efficiency In m: mii
Take The News-Gazette. $1.00
a year:
X.. VIA .
v'F'w mi)'-
M
Wnen th cust eroko commlMto
M rUlted Walto. oo tbe Xaie. recent
'j thy wr hu a tpot nortb f th
plr aod about Jl nil from tb bor
which vii fonmj a churchyard. A
quarter of a century to toot j
at ebb tide, but tAn tb M baa
further encroached, and even when
tbe tide is extraordinarily low and tbe
ea clear Ve old tmryln ground l
scarcely dU nlUe irvm ttu sea
Business Cards
john s. shaAblin
s
ATTORNEY at LAW
Office in Clemmer building
Benton, Tenn.
BEFORE YOU CONTRACT SEE
V. A. GARRETT
Contractor and Builder
.:
Building Plans aud Specification
Furnished Free.
V. A. GARRETT
Benton, Tennessee.
LEGAL ADVERTISE
MENTS Chancery Sale of Land
Minnie Lo et al ) In chani ery
"Jo Taylor et al j Benton Tenn
In obediengo a decree . ren
dered at the October term 1910,
I will offer for sale to the high
est and best bidder at the court
house door in Benton, Tenn., on
Monday the 5th day of Decem
ber, 1910, the following real es
tate to wit:
Situated in ihe 2nd .civil
triet of Polk Co., Tenn., being,
the west half of lot no. 114 beins
Ihe lot on which tbe brick store
, i . j .u .ii ea ai itenton, foiK couniv, ten
house is located, on the north neg8e6 for ' four consecutive
side of the public square, in the weeks; requiaing said , non-res-town
of Benton, Polk county, jdent defendant to appear at my
Tennessee.'
, c, , c .j , .r. 1
lermsofSale: Said land will j
be sold on six and twelve month
time with zv per cent paid down
on day or sale and in bar or the
equity of redemption, notes
drawing interest from day of
sale with good personal security
will be required of the purchase
er and a lien will be retained on
the property as further security
This Nov. 5, 19l0.
A. J. Williams, C. & M.
SUITS
See Our Line of
2.50 Boys1 Suits
For $1.75
We also have
N
a Fresh 7jne
of GROCERIES
Land Sale
We the undersigned parties iu
interest will sell at public sale
on the premises on the 19 day
of November 1910 to the highest
bidder tbe 6 A Calewell farm.
iu the 3rd civil dibtnet of Polk
count f Tenn., containing 203
acres more or lesss. It having
been agreed by us as sole own
ers of said land to ybide by the
sale on said date, the sale to be
made by a person satisfactory
to all th9 undersigned and all
and each of us agree to abide by
the sale for cash in hand and to
make a warranty deed to ihe
18, 1910.
F. D. White, S. M, Bain.
Maggie Caldwell,
Harkins Caldwell
Non-Resident Notice
May Bailey
)cu
Pi
In the cir
1 vs
it court
of
Edward Bailey
Polk Co.
I In this cause it appearing from
the bill which is sworn to, that
the defendant is a non-resident
of the state, so that the ordinary
process of law cannot be served
on him. It is therefore ordered
that publication be made in The
Polk Couuty News-Gazette Jor
four consecutive weeks, requir
ing tbe defendaut to appear at
my office in the court bouse in
Benton. Tenn., on, the 3rd Mon
day in November 1910 and make
defense to said bill for divorce,
or same will be taken for coness
ed and the cause set for bearing
ex parte as to him.
This Sept 26, 1910.
W. A. Woody, Clerk
Non-Res'dent Notice
Ada Mlolan V In circuit
vs court of Polk
Andrew Miolau ) county. '
In this cause it duly appearing
from the allegations in complai
nants bill which is sworn to that
the defendant is a non-resident,
of the state of Tennessee r si
IthAt ihe ordinary nrnfe.-is of la
g j-:
ais-)cannot be served on hf ' lt:ti
therefore ordared
that publica
The Benton
non oe maae in
;NFws - 6AZBTTBfa papr pnolish
office in the court bouse d Hen-
ton, Tenn . ,6u the third Mon-
d in November, 1910, -and
make defense to said bill of,cjiJ
piainant nied lor divoree.iorfte
same will be taken for
ed and the cause set for. h
ex parte as to htm;' 'vll f "
This Sept l6, 191C. '
W. A. Woody, Clerk
Hyatt & Hedden Attvs for PlitT
Non-Resident Notice
Bertha Ingram
vs
f
In circuit
court of
Polk Co.
Marion
Ingram
In this cause it appearing from
the bill which it sworn to, that
the defendant is a non-resident
jof the state, so that the ordinary
process of law eannot be served
on him It is therefore ordered
that publication be made for 4
I consecutive weeks in the Polk
iCounty News-Gazette, a paper
(published at Benton, Tenn., re
quiring said non-resident defen
j dant to appear at my , office
at the court bouse in Benton,
I Tenn., on toe 3rd Monday in
JNovemoer, mu, and mane ce-
fense to, complainants bill for
divorce, or same .will be taken
for confessed and cause set lor
hearing with ejf parte a to her.
' This Oct. 1, 1910.
W. A.- Woody, Clerk
G.G. HyatlrAtty for Plaintiff
J '
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tha codllof roorti will overlap, to tbat
the larm r ty fwrad ta tli pp
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BENTON ACAQ
TEACH I
The fall term opened Sept.
5th Ti.e school is under suc
cessful new management, and
the most approved methods
of the best schools in the land
are used, insuring thorough
work and rapid progress.
It will be our aim to meet
every demand made upon the
school. Students received
an day.
Individual help given each
student. Personal attention
paid to general welfai e.
Very special attention giv
en to puhiic school teachers
Maihemat its, languages and
Soliciting your patronage, I have the honor to b
Truly yours,
H. D. FET2ER, A. M., Prin.
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conservative, and yet along progressive 'lin.
t3HT- Wetjffer to our cusstomers modern facilities for !, '
the prom ok and proper transaction of their financial
atTairs;ample vault and safe room for the storing nud .
safeguarding of their money, notes, insurance poli
cies arid valuable papers and snch liberality of
treatment as is consistent with prurient banking.
YOUR account is cordially solicited, f -
'WE PAY 4 PER
PUO KTOWN
Ducktown,
ADYERTISIKTG PAYS
eepingr theQua!itofrybur.; Goods;
ecret is what
when you don't advprtise:j Of course
you know they Veestf Sail da few
others! But the (ieneral tfubHc- are
Thev informed?
the light, shine Through the columns
of this Paper. :r J
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