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Seasonable Goods Reduced SHOES TY7E 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 This a beautiful Sea Island Pump; just the thing for 11 summer; well made shoe l(JIj Ladies' Sandals All-patent, 2-strap sandal that sells for $2.50. It has quality that will please Men's Bluchers $1 .98 Patent Ofords that were to sell for $3. This shoe will give you a real satisfaction Foot Comfort A button shoe for ladies, f made of gun metal calf; Q equal to any $4 shoe sold tl! J. H. PULLIAM COPPERHILL, TENNESSEE WHEN IN NEED OF Groceries or Dry Goods CALL TELEPHONE 58 WE WILL APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS GRANT SI M ON DS OUR MOTTO : Low Prices, Prompt Deliveries Helps With the Lessons 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? 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. 450 SOUTH PRYOR STREET, ATLANTA, GEORGIA. j NEWS FROM SUBURBAN TOWNS I i ETOWAH EVENTS. From the Eioa.it Enterprise. Miss Dovie Watkins is visiting her gaand parents, at Madisonville. Miss Eula Cram was a weekend visitor to relatives and friends in Chattanooga. George Buckner left Tuesday, for a week's pleasure trip to Jacksonville, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. James Dickey spent Thanks giving in Mineral Bluff, Ga with the for mer's father. Mrs. J. C. Hunt, of Englewood, spent Sunday and Monday here with his parents here, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Daugherty. BLUE RIDGE BUDGET. From the Blue Ridge Summit ' Tax receiver Cook was in town Tuesday. G. B. Holt, of Copperhill, was among friends here, Tuesday. C. W. McAfee spent Monday and Tues day in Atlanta. Mrs. Boon Crawford and children, of Copperhill, were here yesterday. Miss Gusta Hall is visiting in Etowah. - John Champion visited friends at Cop perhill, last week. T. F. Dillingham and J. C. Morris, of Hemp, were in town Tuesday on business. SWEETWATER S0UL0QU1ES. From theSweetwster Telephone, Frank Galyon has been ill for a few days. Mrs. D. L Smith spent Thanksgiving in Knoxville. T. Eugene Johnson was a visitor in the city over the weekend. Mrs. M. L. Herriott and Miss Jessie Peak spent Saturday in Knoxville. Miss Hattie Mae Browder was visiting last week, with friends in Chattanooga. A. J. Binzel and J. H. Bean, of Knoxville were business visitors in the city, the first of the week. MADISONVILLE MELANGE. From the Madiionville Tribnu. Miss Lousa Dyer was in Knoxville, Monday. Will Maynard of the old Thirteenth dis trict was here Monday. Rev. R. M. Walker occupied the Meth odist pulpit Sunday morning. Earnest Axley and family, of Etowah, were visiting recently at Win. Lamberts. Mr. Pannell, latherofTom Pannell spent Saturday and Sunday at Vonore and on Monday returned to his home at Patty, Polk county. ATHENS ATHENIANS. Frcm the Athens Athenian. Miss Hattie Hunt spent Thanksgiving relatives and friends in Chattanooga. Guy C. Rankin was visiting "friends" at the Palmer home, in Charleston, Sunday. Miss Annie Strange has returned from a pleasant visit with friends in Chattanooga. Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Knox and children of Etowah were Athens visitors, last Thurs day. T. J. Long has returned from a month's business trip to Mechanicsburg. fREf SAHPIE ROOMS IATBS. HOT AND COU WAIB Special Rates ky the Week m Mtati Ducktown Hotel MRS. MARY C. BROCK, Proprietr$ RATES: &2.00 PER DAY J.E.ADAMS ATTORNEY-AT-LAW COPPERHILL, : : : TENN J. E. MARSHALL Tonsorial Artist. A modern, up-to-date shaving par lor. Sanitary m every- repect. A 'speature is the clan, hot towels used, making each and ever shave a lnxury. Everything Taken Off hi IheSkia Y. M. C A. Building DUCKTOWN " Bread Is The Staff of Life." Have It Good " USE - Vonore Flour (High Patent) Fo Biscuits, Cakes and Pastry - - .USE Fork Creek Valley Flour For Light Bread, Biscuits and takes . USE Swanay's Self-Rising Flour Ready for Mse Made in a Minute For Biscuits, Cakes and Pastry Our Old-Time Stone Ground Meal Made from Selected White Corn SOLD BY LEADING STORES Manufactured by George Swanay, VONORE MILLS Alhet,'TZT"v' Over Fifty Years Experience