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7i NEWS FROM SUBURBAN TOWNS ;j
" SWEETWATER SOLILOQUIES. T. Eugene Johnson spent the first of the we'k here. James V. Carter ha3 accepted a position wilh li. E. Porter. Mrs. F. A. Carter spent Tuesday in Knox ville. Mr, 'Lewis, of Chattanooga, was the guest Tuesday, of James May and family. Emmett Lowry, of Meridian, Miss., is the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Lowry. CLEVELAND CHRONICLES. From the Cleveland Herald. W. P. Lang spent Friday in Chattanooga. Miss Nannie Beard left Friday for a vis it to Chattanooga. Mrs. W. 0. Horner spent the week-end in Atlanta. Miss Mousie Sloughter, of Jellico, is the guest of her parents here. Nat Holder, of Ooltewah was in the city Monday. Charley Taylor and family were guests of M. T. Fouts and family, Sunday, enroute to their home in Ducktown. ATHENS ATHENIANS. From the Atthens Athenian. Mr. and Mrs. Gettys have been the re cent guests of relatives in Chattanooga. Mrs. Fritz Long is spending the latter part of the week in Cleveland, among re latives. Judge S. C. Brown is holding court in Cleveland, this week. Mrs. Nellie Mansgold is in Chattanooga visiting relatives, this week. Mrs. Mollie Mansfield is in Chattanooga, visiting relatives, this week Misses Mae and Marion Bruner returned to Athens, after a fortnight visit with friends and relatiees in Ducktown. Mrs. S. C. Brown is spending the week in Hariman, among relatives and friends. ETOWAH EVENTS. From the Etowah E:t pr'i Howard Martin visited over Sunday, with relatives in Macon, Ga. Mrs. A. E. Hicks and little son are visit ing relatives and friends in Atlanta. Mr. and Mrs. Selmer Dixon visited re latives in Knoxville, over Sunday. G. H. Miller left Tuesday, for a visit to relatives and friends in Indianapnlis, Ind. Mrs. G. B. Lowry and children have re turned from a pleasant visit to relatives and friends in North Carolina. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Robbins were the guests of relatives and friends in Knoxville, over Sunday. BLUE RIDGE BUDGET. From the Blue Ridge Summit Miss Mae Evans, of Atlanta, is visiting her sister Mrs. Kinsey McKinney, of this place. J. E. Cox, of Etowah, Tenn., visited friends and relatives here Sunday and Mon day. Misses Elsie Baugh and Ema Witzel, -pent Sunday in Mineral Bluff. Col. Tom Greer, of Ellijay, was here for the purpose of ffling suits in the Superior Court for some of his clients. Mr. "and Mrs. Lon Cook, of Copperhill. spent Sunday here with his parents He is clerking again in the Smelter Store. . NO. S6S Report of the Condition of the First National Bank at Ducktown, in the State of Tennessee, at the close of business, June 23, 1915. UESOURCES Loans and discount $55,018.99 Overdrafts, unsecured .1832 U.S. bonds deposited to secure circulation (par value) 6,260,00 Securities other than U. S. bonds (not including stocks) owned unpledged 2,212.40 Subscription to stock of Feder al Reserve Bank... 1,800.00 Less a'mt unpaid.... 900.00 900.00 Banking house 1,652.31 Furniture and fixtures 2,216.63 3,868.94 Due from Federal Reserve Bank 1,250.00 Due from ap'v'd reserve agents in New York, Chicago and St. Louis.. ...1,049.86 Due from ap'v'd reserve agents in other re serve cities 2.539 31 3,589.20 Due from banks and bankers, other than included above.. 17,042.43 Outside checks andoth er cash items 1 57.68 Fractional currency, nickels and cents.. 38.03 195.71 Notes of other national banks. 1,110.00 Lawful money reserve in bank: Total coin and certificates.. 2,945.10 Leal tendet notes. 500.00 Redemption fund with U. S. treasurer (not more than 5 on circulation) "92 Expense 266-47 Total $95,520.56 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in $25,000.00 Surplus fund.. 5,000.00 Circulating notes 6,260.00 Demand deposits: Individ, deposits subject to ch'k $29,364.15 Certificates of de posit due in less than 30 days.. 28,820.12 Cashier's checks outstanding ... 1,076.29 59,260.56 Total........ .$95,520.56 State of Tennessee, County of Polk, ss. I, E. C. Crawford, cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. . E.C.Crawford, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 7th dav of July, 1915. ' F. G. Creasman, Notary Public. Correct Attest: M. L. McCulley,) J. W. Chancy, Directors Chas. Skullman,) IT'S LIKE PULLING TEETH To keep yourself out of one of those nobby suits the , INTERNATIONAL TAILORING CO is making. -We guar antee every garment to be right. If it is not right, you have no - right to take it. Let us take your measure. Enterprise JJressm (Elub DUCKTOWN County Correspondence Geaning, Dyeing, Pressing, Repairing : Remember ti e village Fair at the Y. M. C. A. on September 28, 29 and 30. It will be fine. , j,. . , m . CRASSY CREEK NEWS. School was suspended last week for fod der. Mrs. Millie Chastain of this place, was operated upon last Monday and is getting along reasonably well. Floyd Dalton is sick with fever. There is a lot of feed being saved this weather. C. R. Smith and family, went to Tehenor, Sunday. C. M. Hyde is having a new roof put on his barn. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Hyde have returned home lrom a visit below the mountains. Sweet William. has organized a sinking class at Greasy Creek, and is having success. Ex-Squire R. L Ramsey, visited Benton, last week. S. L. Boring is also talking of starting a store, in the near future. They must think that prosperity is coming this way vain hope I am afraid. W. B. Breeden visited James Parker, last Sunday evening. Success to the Polk County Republican. A Mountaineer. MULTUM IN PARVO. ARCHVILLE. Rer. Daniel Hall preached at Greasy Creek, last Sunday. He wts elected pastor of the Greasy Creek church, for the next year. Urb Miller, of Emf, Tenn., was in our place, on business, last Saturday. Andy Styles, of Turtletown, visited Mac Ledford, last Saturday night. Charlie Styles and Prof. John Esteb, of Turtletown, visited J. A. Kimsey, last Sat urday. J. A. Kimsey who has been visiting his mother for sometime at Turtletown, has re turned home. Esq. Geo. Wilson who is teaching here, has stopped school for two weeks and re turned home. J. L. Brown postmaster at Emf, passed through our town, last Saturday. He with W. A. Breeden, contemplates putting in a stock of good3 at Albert Crumly store, heie soon. , Ida Rymer, wife of C. C. Rymer, is very sick at present. : i Emma Bates, daughter of Capt. Jack Bates is on the sick list. N. J. Campbell, a singing school teacher Florida has a beet cannery. Norwav fish exports are increasing. Bessimer, Ala., is to have a courthouse. Artesian wells are being drilled in Tri PohV Scientists ure studying Hawaiian volca noes. Brisish Malaya is importing farm ma chinery. Vanderbilt furnace at Birmingham has "blown in." Rogers, Ark., is shipping apples to the canal zone. Aspargus growers in South Carolina have organized. Ashville, N. C. is having a grand clean up of vagrants. Pig born at Gafney, N. C, had a trunk like an elephant. KhHM4 OVER 65 YEARS' -EXPERIENCE 'i ,. Tbaoc Marks cadvdiauts Ac r , v . w ...v. - - i i i Jium4nflin maw Anyone sending biwcii kiu uoovi ''' ' aulckly ascertain our opinion free whether an innntlnn is probably patentable. Communlea UonTe&VlyS Bent free. Oldest apency for securingpatenuu Patents taken through Munn Co. recelT tpecial notice, without chare", la tn Scientific American. A handsomely lllostrated weekly, T.arest el MUNN &Co.364Broaday New York , Branch Offloe. 625 F 8U Washln.ton. D. C. 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