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Seasonable Goods Reduced SHOES TY"E are back to shoes again! These are standard brands and at the prices we are quoting not a pair should be left by next week at this time. Tis a feat to fit feet, but we have your size in all grades. Drop in and see them. Society Girl- Tins a beautiful Sea Island ) Pump; just the thing for lVr summer; well made shoe OL Ladies' Sandals All-patent, 2-strap sandal that sells for $2.50. It has quality that will please $1 .98 Men's Bluchers $1 Patent Ofords that were to sell for $3. This shoe will give you a real satisfaction Foot Comfort A button shoe ior . ladies, r made of gun metal calf; C " equal to any $4 shoe sold .98 .48 J. H. PULLIAM COPPERHILL, TENNESSEE WHEN IN NEED OF Groceries or Dry Goods CALL TELEPHONE 58 WE WILL APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS GRANT SIMONDS OUR MOTTO: Low Prices, Prompt Detiveries Helps With the Lessons v At night when the children gather around the sitting-room table studying their lessons for the next day, the telephone often rings. A little neighbor a mile down the road wants help from his school-mates. Children as well as grown-ups get pleasure and profit from the farm telephone. Do you know how little this service costs and how valuable it is? ' v See the nearest Bell Telephone Manager or write for our free booklet A postal will do. FARMERS' LINE DEPARTMENT Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Company INCORPORATED. 50 SOUTH PRYOR STREET, ATLANTAGEORGIA. ffSl li unirr cnnn f nnitr.D 1 1! TAWUC u l4im J J,r..Trrrry,,tj urdav afternoon of membranous crcup and was biuied at that place Sunday. S. L, and J. B. McKinney are visiting home folks here. Miss Mamie Holt left Wednesday to vis it home folks here. MAD1SONVILLE MELANGE. from the MadisouviUe Tribune. Mrs. S. S. Mitchell had a Ducktown lady as her guest last week. Rev. D. W. Lindsay paid his home a visit at Tellico Plains. Wil! Carson, son of Birch Carson, repre senting tha Denison Manufacruiing Co., of St. Louis, was here Saturday. Rev. J. G. Paul, the Methodist preaoher for the last year at Tellico Plains, left Tuesday, with his family, for his new field of labor at Dandridge. The Plains people will have Rev. M. C. Brunner, of Lenoir City as their pastor. ETOWAH EVENTS. ' From the Efowih Enterprise. Frank Rutledge visitor over Sunday with friends at Rockwood. N. C. and John Powell visited over Sun day with Carl Center in Ducktown. Fred Harper and W. C. Powell left this week, for a pleasure trip in Tampa, Fla. Horace Kimbrough and D. B. Todd were Athens visitors, Monday. C. J. Henderson, of Knoxville, was the guest of friends here the first of the week. Mrs. C. P. WiHiams, of Wetmore, was the guest Saturday of Mrs. W. A. Criffin. ATHENS ATHENIANS. From the Athrn Alhrniaa. Prof. Edgemon spent Sunday with home folks near Lnglewood. Lowry Weeks of Charleston was visiting friends in Niota Sunday. Miss Hattie Knox spent last week at Mt. View Farm as the guest of Mr. and W. A. Burn. i 1 j. B. BROWN 1 REPRESENTING The Williams-Hester Marble Company BALL GROUND, GA. - We use every kind of marble and gran- ii ite, but recommend Georgia marble be ti cause Government tests prove it to be the H best material in use. rnces guaromtw t! as low as anu. where a standard grade of 1 marble is used. DUCKTOWN. TENN. m fREt SAMPLE ROOMS ' BATHS. HOT AND COLD WATtl ' Special Rates by the Week tr Month Ducktown Hotel MRS. MARY C. BROCK, Proprietress RATES: &2.00 PER DAY J SWEETWATER SOLILOQUIES. From theSweetwater Telephone, G. W. Allen attended the Grand Lodge of Odd FelloAvs in Nashville last week. Mrs. Robt. W. Johnston and Miss Maud Pickel have been visiting with Mr. and Mrs. James Pickel, in Chattanooga. Mrs. F. C. Yearwood has been confined to her room by a severe cold. Mrs. G. E. Stokes is on an extended visit at Lenoir City and Kingston. Mr. and ,Mrs. W. L Heiskill were week end visitorr to Athens, the guest of the latters brother, G. W. Fisher. Mr. Fisher brought them home in his car Sunday evening. , BLUE RIDGE BUDGET. f ' From the Blue Ridge Summit The little 2 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Morrow, of Copperhill, died last Sat- J. E. ADAMS ATTORNEY-AT-LAW COPPERHILL, : : : TENN J. E. MARSHALL Tonsorial Artist A modern,' up-to-date shaving par lor. Sanitary in every repect. A speature is the clan, hot towels used, making each and ever shave a lnxury. Everything Taken Off but the Skin Y. M. C. A. Building DUCKTOWN " . - j "Bread Is The. Staff of Life." Have It Good ' i ' - '" USE. j . Vonore Flour - (High Patent) For Biscuits, Cakes and Pastry j ' . " , USE ' I Fork Creek Valley Flour ! For Light Bread, Biscuits and Cakes : r ' USE Swanay's Self-Rising Flour Ready for Mse Made in a Minute ' j. For Biscuits, Cakes and Pastry j Our Old-Time Stone Ground Meal j Made from Selected White Corn , SOLD BY LEADING STORES j Manufactured by George Swanay, I VONORE MILLS MTh ! Over Fifty Years Experience j . ... ......