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S ? j Lillard haa gone to J 'J. D. Henry, of Ureen- viaiting her brother Dr. I Robert Long of Parksville, las hers on a business trip last Jaturday. f People from the eastern part ,t Polk county are now proudly W proclaiming the -wonders of Parksville. At W. F. Love's you'll" find Shoes for the WHOLE FAMILY- Boys and Girls school snoes, Mens' heavy work Shoes made , to last a year, and mens ad la dies fine Shoes In both button and lace. Come and see them. Will Epperson has installed gas lights in- his restaurant, which greatly improves its ap pearance after night. Tir Onss. the dentisi. has . , moved his quarters to loe upper gpCuously oa the desk, while nis rei Storv of the Clemmer build- tows grinned and trembled. The pro . feasor, on returning, saw the hat, thought some rashly obstinate student Th Or.nfl river bridffe is be- hd en delivered Into his hands, and. UCOee rJVer Dn g. . " taking out his knife, he cut the offend ing very much improved by tne tof flrtlcte to pia while vainly at- n of two coats of red Diiint. Ed tempting to conceal the smile of trl- Pyrd is the painter, 1 have some real goodp atteras n new dress goods and ging ham. , W.F.LOVE H. M. Linn, editor of the Cleveland Journal & Banner was .here Monday in the interest of his paper and the job depart ment. , ' . 'J. II. PaVIie & L.Ompany Jj--' mr -i.,. &lmVlXMAUlUAI i a resh Fruits. New line of Groceries and notions vi ..,o4. Rariralne Al v"- call on Usv P. R. Hutchios has greatly improved the looks of his uouse! by applying two coats or yeuow paint, Grandma Nuchols, mother of Dr. J - D. Nuchols, died Wednes day morning at about 7 o'clock and will be buried today (Thurs day) a. m., in the Ocoee baptist cemetery. Probably next weeks issue of this paper , will contain an obituary containing a sketch of the life of the deceased. W. P. Love and Felix Creas man have leveled off the street In front of Mr. Love's store, and thereby greatly improved the iooks and convenience of th same. r SEE OUR FALL SUITS COCtl.tiOTI.CliniilltlltH-tttfTTT-'""""l,'','",''tl,t,c We Have Some $12,50 Suits-that We will Sell. For $530 n save Ycu 3.00 To Suit 1 1 i r fH- PERSONAL B. E. Big?s, of Route 1. was n town on business nrst 01 me week. You'll find ladies Wool and Silk Silk Scarfs from 25c to $1.25 at ' W. F. LOVE'S R. Beecher "Witt, after spend ing a few weeks at his homo at Ironsburg, Monroe county, has returned. And there's another 'Polly' in town but it happened to be 'NTollia this t l ma Kaww OcA john S. Shamblin has got him a parrot. Than He Was Mad. a Scotch unlYerelty professor, lrrttat d to find that his students had got tnto the habit of placing- their hats and . canes en his desk instead of In the cloakroom, announced that the next article of the kind placed there would be destroyed. Some days later the pro fessor was called for a moment from A student slipped Into his private room and emerged with the proressor s dim, wuivu ut nance. He was la a vry bad temper the next day. Udder Important. The first and all important point in selecting a cow is to note the six of the udder, whether It Is large, uni formly placed, with teats at the proper distances:' to note whether the udder is flabby and not fleshy, which Is particularly apparent Immediately after milking. According to the laws of correlation, a cow that Is a large milker must necessarily develop jargre udder, says Professor Erf. and B free from fleshiness the s'oe of the ud(jer ta one of the truest tadlcatloas rfIBcIency 111 n,mal- .J" 'Zgn'SFw facts." said a chronic bachelor at tha eiub. Igotth club. "I got the surprise of my lire tne other night Me a woman, the wife so ago. Knew her before marriage ever flad m nu8bandoM of tbo gort that polite witter can uncompro-1 "Well. sir. when I entered her home last night she bad the same old face- made me feel sorry for her busbana, really. Then she got to talking about some charitable work she is engagea in tar rrlonled children and. presto, she suddenly became beautiful! Never aw such a transformation in all my life, really not the same woman some haw. ' "The deuce of It is I couldn t dissert the change, but 1 guess th eyes bad ( more to do with it than any other i feature. 1 had an Idea of advlxlus her husband to confine her conversation to that particular charity, but I'm afraid he'd regard, it aa a bit persona W New fork Globe Taktt The News-Gazette, a year. $1,00 111 Jil MERCANTLE CO. Business Cards JOHN S. SHAMBLIN ATTORNEY at LAW Office in Clemmer building Benton, Tenn. BEFORE YOU CONTRACT SEE V. A. GARRETT Contractor and Builder .fcgg Building Plant and Specification, Furnished Free. - V.A.GARRETT Benton, Tennessee. will buy , pair Shoes In la StrUtm Ifsn's fine custon made work. The Oreateet Sailing Shot la Amcrio lor A LEGAL ADVERTISE- . MENTS Chancery Sale of Land Minnie Love et al ) In chancery vs court at Joe Taylor et al ) Benton Tenn In obedience to a decree ren dered at the October term 1910, I will ouer lor "-1 , uiAAa tha -nnrt est and best bidder at the court house door in Benton, Tenn., on . . 1 f . 1 J . t TA..n, I will offer for sale to the high Monday ine oui ay vx ber, 1910, the following real es- t.Jtit. tatetowit. Situated m ihe 2nd civil dis-. trictof Polk Co., Tenn., being the west half of lot no. 114 being jjjg jot on which the bncK store house is located, on the. north side of the public square, in the town of Benton, Polk county, Tennessee. Terms of Sale: Said land will u ar,A turoivu mnnh be sold on six and twelve mon h time with 20 per cent paid down UU uajr jt,rr nf on p Ana in our ui tuc artuv nf redemption, , notes jtoVoct from dav of drawing interest Irom aay oi 8aje with good personal security will be reauired of the purchas er and a lien will be retained on the property as further security This Nov. 5, 19l0. , ' A. J. Williams, C. & N. See Our Line of 2.50 Boys' Suits For $1.75 We also have a Fresh Une of GROCERIES t MM BVW " lf TENNESSEE Land Sale We the ondersigned parties in interest will sell at public sale on the premises on the 19 day of November 1810 to the highest bidder the S A Calewell farm, la the 3rd civil district of Polk county Tenn., containing 203 acres more or lesss. It having been agreed by ns 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 the undersigned and all and each of as agree to abide by the sale for cash inahand and to maketa warranty deed to the highest cash bidder. This Oct. 18, 1910. F. D. White, S. M. Bain, Maggie Caldwell, Harkins Caldwell Non-Resident Notice Mar Railev t In the ftir- vs cuit court of Edward Bailey ( Polk Co. j In this cause it appearing from j 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 County' News-Gazette for. four consecutive weeks, requir-; ing the defendant to appear at my office in the court house in Bentoo, 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 hearing ex parte, as to him. This Sept 26, 1910. W. A. Woody, Clerk Non-Res dent Notice Ada Miolan 1 In circ u 1 t vs court oi roiK Andrew Miolan ) county. In this cause it duly appearing frnir.thH alletrations in crtmnlai- sr.,. - rv i - u ' oantrbill -which is sworn to that the defendaot 5s a non.resident of tfae state o Tennessee, so ... ... T - . M 1 itnai tne orainary process ui ww . cannot be served on him It is therefore ordared that publica- t.on be raade .n The Bentfjnj NFWS.GAZETXEa paptr puolish Ipy1 . Rpntnr.. Polk countv. Ten-, ed at itenton. FOIK couniv. ien-i nessee, for four consecutive weeks: reouiainc said non-res- dent defendant to appear at my office in tne court-nouse in cen ! ton, Tenn., ou the third Mon day in November, 1910, aud make defense to said bill of com plainant filed for divorce, or the same will be tanen ror conies- ft8 tQ b!m . . . parte This Sept. i6, 191C. W. A. Woody, Clerk ,.Hvatt & Hedden Atty s for Pltff Non-Resident Notice Bertha Inaxara 1 In circuit Marion Ingram cour. of Polit Co. In this cause it appearing from th bill which is sworn to, that i the defendant is a non-resident of the state, so that the ordinary process of law cannot be served j , on him It is therefore ordered i that publication be made for 4 (consecutive w?eks in the Polk : County News-Gazette, a paper I published at Benton, Tenn., re- j quiring said non-resident defen-; 'dant to appear at my office j I at the court bouse in Benton, ( lenn.,on tne 3rd Monday in November, 1910, and make t e fense to complainant's bill for divorce, or same will be taken fnr confessed and cause set for hearing with ex parte as to her. This Oct. 19, 1910. W. A. Woody, Clerk G.O. Hyatt, Atty for Plaintiff Asleep In the Dp. Wben U)o const eroalou com mlM low ert rkilted Walton, on th Naae, recen ty they wra sbowa a ipot north of tha nir and about a mile from the short ( which tvm formerly a churchyard. quarter or a century ao ino wno atonea could be aeen under the water at ebb tide, but atace then the sea baa further encroached, and eren wben the tide ! extraordinarily low and tba sea clear the old bnryln ground scarcely discernible from the eea lerei London Krws. 1 ; Srat to 04. x Mamms There, Dick, yon Just f light to bed without a mouthful of supper. Dick Oh. mamma, I can't sleop on an empty stomach. v Mamma Then sura orer oa your eckJodge. ' !" BENTON ACADEMY .L 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 aov Individual help given each student. Personal, attention paid to general welfai e. Very special attention giv en to public school teachers Mathematics, languages and Soliciting your patronage, I have the honor to be Truly yours, H. D. FETZER, A. MM Prin. THE UP-BUILDING OF THIS BANK is due to the fact that we have ample capital aad tha'. we have adhered to a policy which has been conservative, and yet along progressive lines. 83?" We offer to our customers modern facilities for the prompt and proper transaction of their financial affairs;ample vault and safe room for the storing and safeguarding of their money, notes, insurance jwli cis and valuable papers and such liberality of treatment as is consistent with prudent banking. YOUR account is cordially solicited. WE PAY 4 PER CENT INTEREST DUOKTOWN BANKING CO. Ducktown, - Tenn. ADVERTISING PAYS Keeping the Quality of your Goods a Secret is what you accomplish when you don't advertise. Of course you know they're Best, So do a few others! 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Special trair.iDi in Elocution, Expression, DeN bate and public speaking No academy in the State ex eels our music department piano, organ, violin, guitar, brass band, orchestra and voice under Prof D.S. Hoover a Virginia graduate. The primary work will in . Sart be under supervision of Irs. Effie V. Hoover, gradu ate of one of th- best Virgin ia schools, and of several years of successful experience in leadiiig schools as teacher. Tuition charges $1.00 to 3 00 a month. Incidental fee 50c a term. &M?INT J News - Gazette J- mMtyudf t 0 tl Kioconcoawt' tl IU KUU w V r L3, or HONEY SACK.