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Local and Personal Mention
s e t (0) m M. C. During, of Archvilie, wes here Monday.. Will Graham, of Isabella, was in Duck town, Monday. W. T. Center, of Copperhill, was a court visitor Monday R. M. Shields, of Isabella, was a court visitor, Monday. Louis Bramlett was the official in charge of the grand jury. Miss Mamie Watson visited relatives at Isabella, this week. , Miss Annie Lee Harbison is the guest of her sister, this week. Jas. M. Shearer, of Farner, came down Sunday to attend court. Mayor Boone Crawford, of Copperhill, had business here, Monday. II. M. Bramlett, of Coletown, had busi ness at court, Monday. Carl McConnell returned from his visit to Knoxville, Saturdav. W. T. Dalton, of Copperhill, had busi ness at court Tuesday. Rev. C. F. Hunter, of Copperhill, was doing jury duly, this week. Bob McConnell was the only Knoxvitte attorney at this term ot court. J. B. Cox, of Johnson City, was a legal light that shone at court, this week. Hon. M. T. Fouls, of Cleveland, was here for court, the first of the week. Judge N. Q. Allen, of Athens, represent ed the bar of that city at court, this week. Attorney-General Peace was on the job Monday morning and faced a large docket, County Chairman Sam L. Higdon, of Benton, had business in Ducktown, Tues day. Judge Sam C. Brown armed, Sunday evening', and opened court promptly at 8 o'clock, Monday. Jeff A. Hedden, of Copperhill, was the only member of the bar from that place at "court this week. John L. Smith, of Cleveland, was the only member of the bar, of that city who attended this court. Rev. W. C. Revis, of Copperhill, was in Ducktown, this week, taking a census of our school population. J.'Harry Swan, jr., B. B. C. Witt and R. M. Copeland were the Benton attor neys on hand, Monday. James Parker, of Archvilie, was in town on Wednesday. He will teach school at Postelle the coming year Owing to the illness of Abe Lillard, George T. Hood had charge of Judge Brown's court at this session. , Miss Mary Boring,, of Englewood, was the guest of friends here, last week. She was a welcome visitor at this office. Deputy Sheriffs W. R. Ledford of Cop perhill, and Rouel Shearer, of Isabella, as sisted Acting Sheriff Hood in conducting court. Wanted Men to work on the mountain road. Wages, $2.00 per day; board 50 cents per day. - Apply now to A. G. Gam ble or Superintendent at Hunter's Switch. John M. Kilpatrick is at work again, af ter spending a ten days' vacation with his family at Sweetwater. He says it rained down there most of the time. E. J. Lock is at the service of the public desiring automobile service. Will go any where. Calls answered promptly. Your . patronage will be appreciated. Phone No. 38-4. NOTICE OF ELECTION. By irlue of the power ested in us by law, we the undersigned Election Coni misionerS lor Polk county, wiil cause to be opened and at the various Noting pre cincts in the districts of said county, an election on the 2fith DAY OF JULY, 1917, for the purpose of allowiug the people to vote on the miestion as to whether or net we will hold orjiave a Constitutional Convention or a new Constitution in this state. Ssid Election will be held under the Dortch law. This the 11th, day of June, 1917. B. B. C. Witt, Chairman. J. E. Rollins, Secretary. G. G. Hyatt, Comr. Board of Election Commisioners, Polk couuty, Tennessee. FIRST DISTRICT First precinct Patty. A E Clark, returning officer; George Har bison, judge: R P Bishop, judge; John 01 vey, judge; L B Lanning, - clerk; F T Har rison, clerk; T T Jenkins, registrar; M V Calhoun; registrar; N D Spearman, assist registrar. Second Precinct Benton. John II Howard, returning officer; W F Rymer, judge; B P Rollins, judge; S H Quintrell, judge; J H Swan jr.. clerk; Hor ace Love, clerk; I T Cavitt, registrar; J E Cook, registrar; L W Hildebrand assistant registrar. Third Precinct Harris Arthur's Shop, I H Arthur, returning officer; II A Fetzer, judge; S N Bain, judge; W L Howard, judge; Thos W Lowery, clerk; S M Os ment, clerk; B J Wooten, registrar; W M Prince, registrar, John Gilbert, assistant registrar. Fourth Precinct ConesaugaHigh School R T Hillard, returning officer; R B Max well, judge; J F Parks.judge; James Head judge; VV V Davis, clerk; B T Finnell, clerk; N G Willis, Registrar; J B Finnell, registrar; N I Davis, assistant registrar; SECOND DISTRICT. Fifth Precinct Sylco. W T Bruce, returning officer; James Cur bow, judge; J A Beckler, judge; Roscoe Crumley, judge; N C Chable, clerk; Harle Edwards, clerk; George Watson, registrar; J M Taylor, registrar; J B Goforth, assist ant registrar. Sixth Precinct Greasy Creek. H II Higdon, returning officer; J C Has kins, judge; N B Campbell, judge; Miles Wilcoxen, judge; Cal Masengil, clerk; Cl)de Harper, clerk; R L Ramsey, registrar; James Parker, registrar; J L Rvmer, assist ant registrar. Seventh Precinct Springtown. S L Higdon, returning officer; E L Thomp son, judge; James Gurley, judge; M, M Birchfield, judge; F E Lindner, clerk; Luther Presswood, clerk; Arthur Cheek, registrar; W A Withrow, registrar; B B Hemmons, assistant registrar. Eighth Precinct Witt's School House. James Shell, returning officer; James Hood, judge; Frank Hampton, judge; Leland Foutsi judge; John ' Hampton, clerk; Will Stanley, clerk; James Hicks, . registrar; James Williams, registrar; James Hampton, assistant registrar. THIRD DISTRICT. Ninth Precinct Turtletown. JohnRunion, returning officer; James Kim sey, judge; J -Jones, judge; Joe Reese, judge; John Worthy, clerk: Jas Shearer, clerk; J L Dale, registrar; Humphrey Kim sev, registrar; Roy Blalock, assistant regis trar. Tenth Precinct Ducktown. J L Sappington, returning officer; W Whit field, jubge; A M McGhee, judge; W A Taylor, judge; Richard Long, cierk; Julius Taylor, clerk; W D Byrd, registrar; W S Maughan, registrar; E. E. Laurer, assistant registrar. Eleventh Precinct Copperhill. G W McFarland, returning officer; Dr R L Williams, judge: F M Barrin, judge; W A Curtis, judge; Garnett Anderson, clerk; Rev. C F Hunter, clerk; Fred Daves, regis trar; D C McCay, registrar; RHThompson, assistant registrar. - This July the 7th, 1917. B. B. C. Witt. Chairman. . J. E. Rollins, Secretary. G. G. Hyatt, Comr. Board of Election Commissioners of Polk county, Tennessee. SKIN W H I T E N E R BOX FREE A Skin Bleach or Whitener for dark or brown skin, removing all blemishes and clearing swarthy or sallow complexions and caus ing the skin to Grow Whiter. " Don't envy a clear complexion ; use Cocotone Skin Whitener and have one. WHAT USERS THINK OF COCOTONE Macon, Ga. 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