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POLK COUNTY NEWS-GAZETTE. BENTON. TENNESSEE.
KM I With perhaps three whole months of cold weather before us, these prices on Coat Sweaters, Aviator Caps, Underwear, Outing, Etc., should be interesting: Mens' Coat Sweaters, $1,25 values for fO. 89 each Mens Underwear, 'Wright's Health Spring Needle" worth $1 73 each Ladies' .Coat Sweaters, 2,50 values for 1.69 each Ladies' .Neckwear. Jabot's 25c values for 15 each Ladies' hilars, different styles, 25c values for 15 each Ladies' Underwear, two-piece suits, 50c values for 40 suit Ladies' Aviator Caps, $1.00 value for 50 each Misses' Coat Sweaters, $1,50 values for 98 each Childrens' Union Suits, 2 to 14 years old. 50c values for 40 each ChildreDs' Knitted Tcques, 25c values for 15 each 450 yards very best 10c Outing 8 yard 150 yards Silk Ginghams, 25c value 15 yard 15 cent Ginghams 32 inches wide for 11 yard 50 cent boxes of Stationery for 37 each Some Pearl buttons (white and colored) one dozn on card for .1 card One lot Little Boys' Caps (run small in number) 25 & 30c values 10 each A FEW PAIRS OF SHOES IN SMALL NUMBERS FOR LESS THAN FIRST COST. ONE LB. CANS GROUND COFFEE "OLD BECK" 25c SELL ER, AT 10c A CAN--3 CANS FOR 25c. Cannot charge any of the above named articles at the price, but will pay the highest market price for Chickens, Eggs and Butter. Take advantage of these prices and save yourself some money. I. North side Public Square W. F, LOVE Benton, Tennessee Harry Hamby et al, the creditors of said Harrj Hamby are hereby notified to have themselves made parties to said cause by petition and to file and prove their claims against the said Harry Hamby in said caose, on or before the first day of the next term of the chancery court to be held at Denton on the fourth Monday of April 1914, or they may be ex cluded from the benefits of said suit and from sharing in the assets of said Hamby. Said creditors and claimants are also hereby notified that by order of aid court in said caus thev and each of them are enjoined from instituting any suit against said Harry Hamby otherwise than by petition in said pending cause, as aforesaid. This Jan. 8 1914. A. J. Williams, c. & M. "Ccvers Polk County like the Dew." Polk County News-Oazette Wm. F. RUSSELL, Publisher. DAN HICKS, JR., Editor & Mgr. One dollar a year; six months 50 cents; three months 25 cents. Advertising rates on application DEVOTED TO: Education News History The Development of Polk County. This paper has the best state and foreign news service of any publication in or near the county PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT THE RUSSELL BUILDING, NORTH EAST CORNFR OF PUBLIC SQUARE Letters for publication should Kimsey's School. Our Sunday school is still on the mend, and singing on Friday nisht is well attended. Our class does well, too, thank you. G. b. Pack spent last week visiting and hunting at Austral, Wilson Station, Benton and other points. School closed Friday after noon. Everything went off very quietly. Several good dec lamations were given by the pupils, and in conclusion a toast "To My Successor" was given by the teacher. Although the attendance had run low, interest among the pupils continued to run high until the last day. Prof. J. G. Estep left Monday i for Knoxville, where. Musical Concert. The Polk County High School will give h musical concert at the high school auditorium Fri day night. Bridge across the v "Sand Gullv. The county con ing a bridge AcrTmmTj Gulley ' near j. 11. uoteWT.r stable. It will require a good deal of work to complete the job but the bridge will be well worth the time and expense of its construction. NoD-Resident Notice. Elijah Bain et als 1 No 13. In vs chancery Frank Bain et als ) court at Benton, Tenn. State of Tennessee, office of County Court Clerk. Benton, Tennessee, January 19, 1914. It appearing from affidavit filpd in this cause that the de fendant, FranK Bain, is a non resident of the state of Tennes- see'and cannot be served with process. It is therefore ordered that said defendant enter his appearance on or before the first Monday in March next, be fore the county court Clerk at his office in Benton, Tennessee and answer, plead or otherwise make defense to complainant's bill or the same will be taken as confessed as to him and set for hearing ex parte, and that a copy of this order be published for four consecutive weeks in The News-Gazette, a newspaper published in Polk county, Tenn. T. O Pack, County Court Clerk (i REAT BARGAI N! All for One Dollar, Postpaid: 2 pairs nice white Lace Curtains 2 yds. long. 1 pair nice white Pillow Shams, 30x30 inches. 1 nice white Bureau Scarf, 15x43 inches. All above jostpa:l for only $1.00. Your money back if vou aie not well pleased. Send us a trial order and we guarantee to save you money on nice new goods. HORTON'S VARIETY STORE Calhoun, Tenn. THE UP-BUILDING OF THIS BANK is due to the fact that wc have ample capital and thai we have adhered to a policy which has been conservative, and yet along progressive lines. ISP We offer to our customers modern facilities 'for the prompt and proper transaction of iheir financial afifairs;ample vault and safe room for the storing and safeguarding of their money, notes, insurance poli cies 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 DUCKTOWN BANKING CO. Duck town, - Tenn. asmmmmwm mm mm mtrnmm? g A NICE LINE OF 3 i- -j.i j . l. ; mum ne nauiesseu iu uie iviauagniK - i ne wi enter urausnon s dusi- Editor, and must be accompan ied by the writer's name. This paper is circulated through .all the principal parts of this county and principal cities of the stale THURSDAY FEB. 5, 1914 Business Cards. TYPEWRITING. The "Wilson bankruytcy case was continued to the 4th of March, and the hearing will oe ru'ld in Benton. Hon. James II. Anderson, Referee in Bankrupt cy will, of course, preside at the hearing. ness College. Mock nt fho .-"ir.izons am takinc - .t : ... .u tges, contracts, advantage ui ims mi cny n;am- . er and have gone to making r ,1.lB1,r,.11HMiHn., Prompt service wood. Mr. Editor, you will that this writing passing of Old work is accomplished. , Wise Man of tin t.i'nnwritincr or RODVluff " j 0 o !any kind such as deeds, mortga- notes, etc., at First-class Work i Come in aud let me save you nOtiCe- i .v.-.... fnnt navf. inh ff recoras me.,.. ki d Yours for service. Bachelor. His ,wwr. Benton. - Tenn- Advertising pays. Try it. ig, ARROW M V iJ U&&2ittlWlW&tiimm W Villi . ma NITR CLUB Steel Lined SHOT ISHELLS JOHN S. SHAMBLIN nrp'TnDMrv at miuLiM,l av Law Benton, Tenn. Just Received One car load of American Steel & Wire Company's best Galvanized Fence. Prices right. Walter M. Harrison. Tbt Katigmi Cuba cviuiofcgooaaii. Each and Every One a Speed Shell Tho ipeed that breaks your target! nearer the trao. That t why Kmmington-UMC steel Lined Shells have won 13 out of the IS Handioapi held in the last three years. The speed that tfcts that mile-a-minute "duok" with shorter lead that's why it takes over 50,000 dealers to handle the demand for Remington-UMC Steel Lined Shells. The Shooting fraternity ere speed wise. They know loose smokeless powder won't drive shot. They know that the drive depends on the compression. The powder charfe in Remington- UMC shells is gripped in steel. This lining is designed to give the exact compression necessary to send the load to the mark quickest. It insures speed the same speed in every shell. The steel lining is moisture proof no dampness can get through. Jar proof no powder can get out. Waste proof no energy is lost. Shoot Rminto-VMC Arrow sod Nitre Club Stool Uood Expert iaotory loadod tbolls lor Spood plus Fttura la any mtks of shotfosi Remington Arms-Union Metallic Cartridge Co. 29 Broadway New York Gty If Yon Don't like to use cheap stationery and pay high prices for it I TS TIME for you to give us your orders. We do first class printing at reasonable prices. State of Tenne ssee, chancer court of &ok county. iaam vs ; aiii s dui wnicn is sworcrTo That Virdie Graham is a non resident of the state of Tennessee so that the ordinary process of law cannot be served upon him. It is ordered that publication be made for four successive weeks in Tho Polk County News-Gazette, a news paper published in Polk county notifying said non resident to appear at the next April rules of said court to be held at the courthouse in Bentna on the first Monday in April next, thei same being a rule day of said court, and make defense to said bill or the same will be taken for confessed and the cause set for hearing ex parte as to him. This 3rd day of February 1914. A J. Williams, Clerk and Master. B. B. C. Witt, Solicitor for com. GROCERIES DRV GOODS CLOTHING MEDICINES CANDIES FRUITS COUNTRY PRODUCE AND EVERY THING TO EAT AND TO WEAR AT ry ) In tl Vcour al ) coun the county rt of Polk ty Tenn. Legal Advertisements To the Creditors of Harry Hamby: in obedience to an order made by the chancery court at Benton In the case of P. J. Parner V8 Land Sale. W. A. Newberry vs Ida Brock et In obedience to a decree ren dered in this cause at the Feb ruary 1914 term of the county court of Polk couuiy, Tenn , I will cn the 28th day of February 1914 at the court house door in Benton, Tenn., in bar of tt e equity of redemption, sell to the highest bidder the following described real estate to wit: Ninety-six acres, more or less, lying in the north east quarter of Section 28, 7th civil district of Polk county, Tenn.; bounded on the north1 by Tennessee Cop per Company, on the east by- James Fuller, south oy r. j. Farner Rnd west by N. J. Land. Said real estate will be sold on a credit of six months, except 10 per cent of the purchase money will be required on day of sale. Notes with approved security will be required and a lien re tained until the purchasn money is fully paid. This Feb. 2 1914. T. 0. Pack, Clerk Co. Court John S. Shamblin, Sol. for com. RUSSE L STORE L'S as AND HIDE-S HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES Woo! on Commission. Writs for list msntlonlsg this ad. JOHN WHITE & CO. LouisviLicxr. LET US HELP YOU (Bfl Do advertise your Sustnes. By placing am ad in 3he Aetvs-Gaztf you can teil hundred of ptopm in SPolk county and elsewhere, juat what you want them to know about your business. Advertising Rates Reasonable IT M J Si '