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YOU ARE ONLY REMEMBERED BY WHAT YOU HAVE DONE
G'azedfc
LIBERTY AISD JUSTICE TO ALL
ONE DOLLAR A YEAR.
PUBLISHED WEEKLY
Tb? Mfk (fBiurtv Mews-
. - - NUMBER 44
"VOLUME? BENTON, POLK COUNTY, EAST TENNESSEE, THURSDAY OCT. 8 1914
ILuke Felzer, Earnest Orri Mwuacon .wwrmdn uufcW -
BBC Witt Secretary right smart now.
A LillardComr
Cintnmant nf fllO f 'nnfl'i t inn Of tllP
BENTON BANKING COMPANY
located at Benton, Teon., at the close of business Sept. 12, 1914.
RESOURCES:
T ni na and Disfnil ntS $(53,402.29
Overdrafts ($1,866.17 on Certificates of Deposit;
12,314.36 temporary) T
Banking House
Furniture aud fixtures
Other Real Estate
Actual Cash on hand..
4.246.12
2.403.09
- 2673.90
"" . none
"1847714
h ,rn Inn Dfrnun en 3784.76 5631.90
F.YPhantrpc for Clearing House .
smu.. D,vrA Qsl-i.rO WurrnntA Z-40.00
Vide! kJVyiiwi ' ' f -
Total.
..$78662.30
lO.Odu 00
2243.09
LIABILITIES
Capitol Stock paid in 25" .
Undivided profits less Expenses and taxes paid ..oUbJ
Individual deposits subject to check 17398.73
Cashier's check 46 95
Time certificates of deposit 1 8Wi.J-
Notes and bills payable -.-
UUier uauiuiieo uncwun "-"'o i-aauo on
rpotal OOOJ.dU
On s"epriTl2Th"Tash"ed pike warrants and their pay checks
to the amount of $2486.93. ' State of Tennessee, Polk County.
I J D Clemmer, cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly
' swear that the above statement is true, and gives the actual con
dition of said bank as shown by the books on file in said bank-,
uituuu j. D. Clemmer. cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me, this mi. day of Sept. 1914.
B. B. C. Witt. NntaryPablic.
Correct Attest; Walter M. Harrissn, B. F; . McClary , J H.
Moods; directors. ,
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PERSONAL AND SOCIAL
" Prayer meeting at the Pres
byterian church Wednesday
night ' .
o
Sunday school at the Baptist
and Presbyterian churches Sun
day morning
-o
State of Tennessee, Chancery
Court of Polk .Couniy.
G. L. Aderhold vs. Florence
It appearing from the allegat
ions in complainant's bill which
is sworn to that Florence Ader
hold is a non-resident of the
State of Tennessee, so that the
, fo of I ordinary process of law can not
Christ an Endeavor meets at ! "ru,UitI-y v
. . . ... j hf served uuon her. It is order-
the Presbyterian cuurcn ounu ;; ',.atini
night.
o
W. F.
I pay 25 cents for eggs.
Russell.
Little Ralph Copeland the in
fant son of Mr. and Mrs It M
Copeland died Thursday even
ing and was intered Wednesday
afternoon by the side of his lit
tle brother Stanley who preced
ed him just a few days before
to the great beyund where the
pure in heart shall live for ever
This sad calling takes two of
three children of Mr Mrs Cope
lund and they have the sym
pathy of the y eoplein this their
sad bereavement.
Dollar watches at Russell's
Store.
Non-Resident Notice,
State of Tennessee, chancery
court of Polk county.
E. Williamson vs
Minnie Williamson
It appearing from tho allega
tions In complainant's bill which
is sworn to that Minnie William
son is a non-resident of the state
of Tennessee, so that the ordi
nary process of law caunot be
served upon her. It is ordered
that publication he made for
four consecutive weeks in The
Polk County News-Gazette, a
newspaper published 'in Polk
county, notifying said non-resident
to appear at the next Octo
ber rules of said court to be
held at the court house in Ben
ton on the first Monday in
October next, the same bHng a
rule day of said court, and make
defense to said bill or the same
will be taken for confessed and
th rtuisrt set for hearing ex
pitrte iis to her.
27, 1914
ed that publication be made in
the Polk County News-Gazette,
anew-paper publishod in
Polk County, for four consecut
ive weeks, notifying said non
resident to appear at the next
term of the Chancery Court for
Polk County to be held at the
Conrt house in Benton on the
fourth Monday of October 1914,
and make defense to said bill or
the same will be taken for con
fessed and the cause set for
hearing exparte as to her.
This Sept. 4, 1914.
A. J. Williamson, C. & M.
Lillard & Todd sol. for complt.
John Fannin
vs
Mollie Fan
in j !
nin )
State of Tenn.,
Polk county
chancery court.
It appearing from the allega
tions in complainant's bill which
is sworn to that Mollie Fannin
is a non-resident of the state of
Tennessee, so that the ordinary
process of law cannot be served
on her. It is ordered that pub
lication be made for four con
secutive weeks in The Polk
County News-Gazette, a news
paper published in Polk county
notifying said non resident to
appear at the next September
rules of said court to be held at
t.h court house in Benton on the
first Monday in September next
the same being a rule day rf
said court, and make defense to
snid bill or the same will be ta
ken for confessed and the cause
set for hearing ex parte as. to
her. Tills July 8th, 1914.
A.. J. WILLIAMS. Clerk and Master.
J. S. Shamblin, Sol'r. for com't.
justly indebted to the plaintiff
and is a non resident of th state
so that the ordinary process of
law cannot be served on him, and
an original attachment having
been levied on his property and
returned to me, It is therefore
ordered that publication be
made in The Polk County News
Gazette, a newspaper published
in the town of Benton, Tenn.,
for four consecutive weeks, com
manding the said Geo. W. Jones
to appear before me at my office
in Benton, Tenu., on the 22 day
of August 1914 and make defense
to silid suit, or it will be pro
ceeded with ex parte.
Jas. H. Williamson,
justice of the Peace.
This July 22, 1914.
Arnold & Waterhouse j
vs r
Geo. W, Jones )
Before Jas. H Williamson, jus
tice of the peace of Polk Co.
In this cause it appears by
affidavit that the defendant Geo.
W. Jones is justly indebted to
the plaintiff and is a non resi
dent of the state so that the. or
dinary process of law cannot be
served upon him, and an origi
nal attachment having , been
levied on his property and re
turned to me,1 it is therefore
ordered that publication be
made in The Polk Coulity fcW-'
Gazette, u newspaper published
in the town of Benton, Tenn.,
for four consecutive weeks com
manding the said Geo. W. Jones
to appear before, me at my office
in Benton, Tenn., on the 29 day
of August 1914 and make de
fense to said suil or it will be
proceeded with ex parte. ,
Jas. H. Williamson, J, P.
This August 5, 1914.
Luke Fetzer, Earnest Orr
clerks. 3rd dist. Fetzerton
Sam Bain returning officer: B J
Wooten, W M Dill, J R Nice
judges; Julian Parks, Straley
Goodner, clerks. 4th dist.
Luke Martin returning officer;
L M Biggins, W U McEntyre,
Dug Hedrick judges; C C Dunn,
J B Park, clerks, oth dist.
D B O'Neal returning officer;
George Watson, J A Beckler,
James Taylor, judges; S H O'
Neal, J B Goforth, clerks.
6th dist. Hugh Lea returning
officer; E L Thompson, James
3urchficld, Lige Bracke t,
judges; S L Higdon, Luthar
Press wood,- clerks
7th dist J W England return
ing officer; P J Farner, John
Barnett; Mannel -Nich'olson,
judges; - Robinson, Sam Rose
clerks., .
8th' .dist. R L Kirkpatrick, re
inw officer; P F Morgan, J
L Sappington, W S Maughan,
judge; M H Campbell, Abh Kel
ly clerks; Jess Anderson, W A
Taylor, Regr.; John Rollins,
marker; w H Graham, watcher.
9th dist. Joe SuaTiblin return-
ioffioer; J L Rymer, R Dunn,
A. 4 , -
vti ' wilnoxen. icdffes. R L
Jsr. jas. Parker, clerk. ,
fulbltfst. Copper hill Luther
Franklin returning officer;
Servilla.
Rev. S. R. Brock preached an
excellent sermon here lart Sun
day. Mrs. Emmaline Ghee and
Birth y Leatherwood are visiting
in this community this week.
Mrs. W. N, Morgan is visiting
in Etowah this week.
R. B. Hammon has bought a
People are rushing to get
their syrup made before winter.
Tom Crow is a great wild cat
hunter. He has caught several
last week near here and destroy
ed their nests.
W. N. Morgan.
Advertised Letters
Mrs. Bill Webb
Mr. Hay Wallace
Mr. Hock Nunnally
v
Sept.
Statement of the condition of the
BANK OF CONASAUGA
located at Conasauga, Tennessee, at tho close of business
12,19H' RESOURCES
Loans and discounts 2ie'31
Overdrafts r qq'qq
Bonds and Stocks, 463!90
Manning nouse ...... .
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r UllllVUic auu x- i"uv qj
Anmai ocVi r.r hand yy4.UU
1698.28
Due from Banks and bankers
Exchanges
Other resources
Total ;
(on
demand) 8198.28
917.33
4.
10109,71
543.01
""137635. 3
W. J
Ocoee
Pressing Club
Opened Oct. 1, 1914.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
LADIES' WORK DONE
NEATLY.
Owner and Operator,
John C. Prince
Parris,
ling- Tippett
A?ee D C McCay clerks. .
lOih Grassy Creek. Dan Beok;
lfSt urning officer. F M Lock
Jj!lack Jas. Dalton judges;
VY,Y'Stillwell John Hyde clerks.
lUh dist. John Hicks return
ing officer; Ludlo Davis, J G
Hoodjas. Williams judges; Jim
Hickj and Newt Carden clerks.
This the 7th day of October
1914.
.10,000.00
LIABILITIES:
0:-l C,l, vni1 !n If.O'.'U.UU
wapnai ua- raw " nr. nn
Surplus Fund.......... 2,500.00
Undivided profi's less expenses and taxes Pa
Individual Deposits subject to Check ...... 10,655.&
Cashier's Checks.. . J' -recertified
Checks .. ;
Total Demand Deposits . :.. -- ;
Total Deposits J :u 1 .-II ;t! .rMTT
Total .. .r-f:r
State of Tennessee, County of Polk: ' ' .
I John F. Gilbert, Vice President of the above-named bank
do solemnly swear that the above statement is true, and gives
the actual condition of said bank as shown by the books on file in
Raid baDk' John F. Gilbert, Vice President.
Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 22 day of Sept., 1914.
H. T. Giles, Notary Pub'ic.
Correct Attest: J. F. Park, Luke Ross, Directors.
Laachman ) Refore J. II.
vs Willi a in son,
Geo. W.Jones j justice of the
TliU A 11 enst 1 npiirc. of Polk cduntv. In this
v ...... .-.-ri j , - ---- - ' j
A. J. Williams, C & M 'cause it appears by uffidavit that ( turning offica
Election Officers. -
By virtue of the power vested
in u.4 by law, we the under
signed Election Commissioners
for Polk county, Tennessee,
will canse to be opened and
held an electioa, on Tuesday the
3rd dfvy of Nov. 1914, at" the
regular voting precincts in each
of civil districts of said county,
as hereinafter shown, for the
purpose of electing Governor,
a Railroad Commissioner, a
member of Congress, a Senator
for the counties of Km;, Loud
on, Monroe and Polk, and a
Floterial Representative for the
counties (4 Bradley, James and
Poly, said election will be hjfcld
in accordance with law, and we
hereby appoint the' following
officers and jndges and clerks
and ot her officers to hold said
eU-ction,
lstdiit E A Clark returning
officer; Georgn Harbison, T T
Jenkins and V A Garrett judges;
Gus Jenkins and Osco Pr.ce,
clerks'
2nn dist, W W Kirksey return
ing officer; Gus Biggs, Squire
Gilliland, K D Bonds judges;
John LilUrd. N A White clerks;
3rd dist. Tom Kmough.re-
1: E L Princr, h
5
VERY SIMPLE
AW. WHAT'S THAT
COT TO OO WITH
PROHIBITION ?
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Jeff A. Eleddun, 30I. for comt. the defendant. Geo. Jontsf is LUoward, John Clayton judges;
"The reason why the state has had but little money to pay on the bonded debt during my
two administrations is very simple. The state funds had been expended for other purposes,"
Hooper's Memphis Speech. ' .:.;;. ......

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