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AKCHVILLE. Wesley Garland, an aged citizen cf Prendergast died, last week, and was buried at Grassy Creek, cemetery, last week. Mrs. Ona Goforth, wife of D. W. Go forth, died here, last week. Rev. J. A. Woody, filled his appoint ment at Greasy Creek, last Saturday anb Sunday. James Taylor, foreman, on the pike road visited home folks, at Wetmore, Fri- I. A. Kimsey, who has been taking a treatment at Chattanooga, returned home, last Saturday, very much improved. Mrs Delilah Rymer is slowly improving from the effects of a broken leg. The tick inspectors were through here, last week. They report our section is out from under quarantine, and is free from ticks. James Parker made a business trip to Benton, last week,, and took in the regis tration returns. Rev. -Wagoner, a Baptist divine will give a series of lectures, at Reliance, this week. Many from here will hear him. . A Mountaineer. . WEDDING BELLS. A beautiful home wedding was solemn ized at Benton, Thursday of last week, at the horns of the bride's parentsi Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Copeland. that united the lives of Miss Chassie Copeland and Dr. Thomas J. Hicks. Dr. J. M. Burnette officiating, Dr. Hicks is a graduate of Carson-Newman College and also of Atlanta Medical college while Mrs. Hicks is an accomplish ed musician, having taken several degrees in the conservatory of Carson-Newman college. CANNING THE PRODUCTS. Cold water process Sterilize jars, tops and rubbers. Have ready stalks of rhu parb cut into pieces about one inch in length; leave skin on. Place in jars attract ively To conserve space, snake down and fill until no more can be put into jar. Leave space tor at least half an inch of water above pieces of rhubarb. Add water until jars are overflowing; adjust rubber rings; tighteg top aud store in a cool, dry. dark place. This apglies to gooseberries, Hot water process Prepare as , above. Place filled jars in a steam or hot water canner; process, or cook, in jars for twelve rcinutos for quart jars and ten minutes for pint jars. Place jars in cold water and bring to boiling point do not count time until water is boiling boil hard for above time. Screw tops on tightly just before re moving from water, or press down clamp if the jar is of the kind using clamps. NEW 1 r J I V HO M 77 my wife tlQ OTHER UKS IT. NO OTHER A3 GOOD. a Ilia Bwei ( uio v-j - , , repair Mpenw by superior workmwwhlp nd bt Cu.lityol in.ten.lln.uret WAlFW HOlBt"'t ' mum eott Inii on hvhcth NEW HOMfi WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. Known the world orer Joriuperiot ewln qu.UU.fc Not lold under ftnjr other Mint. THE NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE C0.,CRANGE,MAS8. hWmml it P V vi IPr RSI Vv,,xwi SJ 6o to yow Shoe Dealer and nave mm show you the EASONS ! atest Models MADE BY HAMILTON, BROWN SH0EC0. ST. LOU IS, U.S.A. E. L. M' CON NELL Duck.to wn ,,.Te n n . WANTED. Two men to act as representatives for the Singer MaciTine Company in the county of Polk. -Applicant will apply to . - S. W. Gibson, Manager, Box 111 Ducktown. Tennessee. J vy J3 W VjrtlV movable types together as ot attract the attention of the reader. This is a charac teristic of our work. Try it!. . "WANTED." Men and women to learn knitting, card ing, spinning and sewing machine work. You can earn form $1 to $3 per day after becoming experienced. We pay your ex penses while learning. Write or apply, Appalachian Mills, Dale Ave., Knoxville, Tennessee. v LET the Singer solve your sewing problem permanently as it has solved it in thousands of homes thro' out the world ; was awarded the high estt honors at the Panama exposition. Why lose your time and paatience trying to do first-class work on an iu ferior machina. We exchange the best for the worst at a fair allowance. The difference can be paid in pay ments to suit yourself. We adjust, repair and furnish parts for all makes of machines. For any further information, con sult SAM. W. GIBSON, Ducktown, Tenn. Party Line Courtesy The quality of service on a party line is largely dependent upon the co-operation of the subscribers ori that line. No subscriber should use a party line for long periods of time, to the total ex clusion of others. When a party line is found to-be in use, hang up your receiver immediately. While it is off the hook conversation is , interfered with. Each neighbor on a party line is en titled to a reasonable use of the telephone service, and should not be interrupted or have the privacy of his conversation inter fered with. ' The Golden Rule applies with partic ular force to party line telephone service. Wlen you Telephone Smile CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY Incorporated BOX 450, ATHENS, TENNESSEE.