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an base id mm OyUSIISSi RE-ELECTED Is Shown by Unaka National: By the City National Bank Bank During the j Which Reports Increase Past Year j of Business The annual meeiing of the sioik-j in th.' riii-ectoi s' room of the bank holders of the Unaka National Bank 1 the stockholders and directors of the was held yesterday, January 11th, a 'city National Bank held their annual number of out of town stockholder:! j meeting 0n Wednesday. There being were present. The largest ypar in j no change in the list of officers, tin the history of the bank was reported, j following gentlemen were re-elected a largo and gratifying increase Loins j for the c-usuins year: Henry C i itjoyed In every department of tin! ttlai-k. pivsident : W. F. Carter, vice lui'nU 's lii.'iines.i. On tilt- lust day of I h.i .sinVnt : V. 1i. .Miller, cashier; W. the year (he depoc-.il.", had n-aiiied liij'h witter mark in the history .f tli institution tow it : fl.Ml.HS. The coir slant and steady ;.',niwtlt of i In' haul; was a .v.tince of gratifit.-atioii to iii' .stockholders. The following directors wer. elect eel for the ensuing year: S. (.'. Wil liams;. A. n. On.ueh. Geo. T. Wofford James A. Summers, C. E. Cargille, .1. H. llrading. A. S. N. Dobsou. The names of ln Dobson, .Mr. Car Kil!e and Mr. Blading were added to the dirte-ory and bring added strength to the institution. Dr. Dobson, ol Limestone, is one of the old stock holders in the bank and in fact, war associated with the organization of the Institution. Ho is a ''very promi nent and respe,ied citizen of the county and his name actively associ ated with the bank will mean much to it. Mr. Cargille is a product ol Johnson City, and is one of Johnson City's most successful business men and responsible citizens. From a very small beginning he has built ui une of the best and most widel known art studios in the entivt South. Mr. Blading is interested ir 1 lie Erading-Marshall Lumber com pany and actively engaged in everj enterprise looking toward the growth and progress of Johnson City. He has been associated with banks in tin past and will be a valuable additior to the directory of the institution. The following officers were elector for tin; ensuing year: S. C. Wil linms, chairman board of directors: Adam D. Crouch, president; Georgf T. Wofford, vice-president; James A Summers, vice-president; Jas. A. Pou der, assistant cashier. Mr. John -D. Cox, who has boot connected with the bank in the ca pacify of vice-president, asked to In relieved, owing to the constan growth of the large corporate inter ests under his control at Jonesborc He retains his interest in the L'nak: National Lank, in the upbuilding v which he fjnd his father have beet large contributors. The election of Mr. Geo. T. W f ford and Mr. James A. Summers If the vice-presidency of this isstitit tlon recognizes two of the city's mos energetic", prominent and succissf.i business men. JOHXSON CITY MAX'S I T ( KV III Will Interest Keiiilcrs of The Hm Those having the niNfoWi.iie to Those having the misfor' inin c suffer from backache, urinary di?. (lets, gravel, dropsical hv-pIIIii-. rheumatic pains, or other kidney a bladder disorders, will read wi:l gratification this encouragi'v; .'.ta!- ment by a Johnson City man. George E. Clark, builder and Ira estate dealer, 413 W. Main s;i(f! Johnson City, says: "My hack g . weak and lame and there -wis a (in! ache through my kidney;. times the trouble was .--to bud, I con1, hardly get up after sitting. 1, f much rest by having to got it;) t pass the kidney secretions. I o:'k: got dl.y and black spotu seemed i be floating in front of my eyes. doctor told me about Doan's Kidn-'-Pills and I used them. They hav given me great, relief, doing me nu , good than anything else I have cv. : taken. I got Doan's Kidney Pills :-. H. C. Miller's Drug Store and cm strongly recommend thorn." Price 5ic at all dealers." Do.I simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills- the sai.: that Mr. Clark had. Foslci-AIilbu -.: Co., Props., Iiuffalo, N. Y. h. i-lwadiey, assistant cashier. The following directors were elect id: Thud A. Cox, W. F. Carter, S E. Miller, Guy L. Smith, J. W. King W. V. Miller, Frank Taylor, Henr (.'. Cluck. It will be noticed that the list o: dir.ttors now includes J. W. Ring who is the president of the Mode Mill company, and actively identified with other large interests in Johnsoi City and this section. The director ate is regarded as one of the strong esl in this section. The capital stock of the City Na lional is $50,000, with surplus ant undivided profits of $21,400.95. Ol January 4th, the deposits totalec $424,055.08. The stockholders and di rectors declare the past year ha been the most successful it has hac1 in point of earnings and increased deposits. They anticipate that thi.' will be the best year in the history of the institution. PERSONALS The Child's Rescue Association will hold its regular monthly meeting on Friday, 3:30 p. m., in the Cham ber of Commerce. John Wesley ISrown, editor and publisher of The Rogersville Star, was a business visitor in the city on Wednesday of this week. Dr. L. H. physician of Wednesday. Milligan, a Morristown, prominent was hen Mr. and visiting in Mrs. C. A. Bristol this Williams are week. liabirs don't mind cold or t;-k cold if kept well with Dr. Fahrnoy' Teething Syrup. Get it anywhe. Samplo free. FOR REPAIR OF COAST U AR' Washington, Jan. 10. Secretary .MCAdeio today asked congress to a-i iMUMi,iie ior oeiicieneies 67.117 in the fund for construction and repr.ir in the coast guard caused by ravage? of hurricane and high tides on thf gulf const last August, when the G:l veston, San Luis and Velnseo const guard stations were destroyed and Ji:?,2r0 for the public health service. W. A. Roller, a prominent citizen of Kingsport, was in the city the nrst or the week. ARE YOU SICKLY? IS THC APPETITE UONE ? IS THE DIGESTION POOR ? ARE YOU RUN DOWN? COMPLETELY DISCOURAGED ? Ray 11. Hickey and family are vis iting in Sullivan county. A. D. Ansbrooks, of Enibrevillc, was here on business Wednesday. I. W. Haun, of Knoxville, and as sociated with the Southern railway. was here on Wednesday of this week. Alex Patterson was a business vis itor in Greeneville on Wednesday of this week. K. T. Lett is, of Morristown, was v business visitor here this week. Attorney S. S. Kirkpatrick, of Jonesboro, was in the city this week )u legal business. Mrs. John G. Barram of Rock Hill, N. C has been visiting in the city. Mrs. R. 15. Strang of Kingsport was a visitor here the first of the week. John I!. Nail, a prominent citizen of Kingsport, and cashier of the Kingsport Hank, was here on business the first of the week, Attorney W. W. Belew was in Greeneville Tuesday on legal busi ness. - Nat G. Taylor left here Wednesday for Andrews, N. C, on a business mission. YOU OWE IT TO 'CXTM HIOH MTEMT MMum-t wAt nn mm cuss nam A JOHNSON CITY, TfW ' 1 YOURSELF to keep your body in healthy condition so that the mind can act freely and do its best work EAT RING'S EXCELLENT FLOUR makes the most nutritious, light and wholesome bread because it is made from the richest part of the ker nel properly milled and matured. At Every Grocery Store '"Look for the girl on the sack" The ODEON Theatre Where the Best Moving Pictures Are Shown CHANGE OF PICTURES DAILY. Hear Prof. Ringling's Orchestra All Professional Musicians. I search the world for pictures that are different. You see 'em! They are great. Don't take my word. Come and see. I make the manufacturer give me the best. I lay enough films aside every day to run three shows. I select and know I am running the best. The proof of the pudding is eating it. The proof of the best pictures Is seeing them. Come and be convinced. My doors are open to you. I am vour friend and will stick by you and give you the best at all times. ODEON NO. 2 WILL OPEN SOON ON MAIN STREET. A NEW BIG ONE. If you haven't the nickel or dime handy, drop in. I will be glad to have you, for I am sure when you see my show you will be my customer; and when you do have the cash, I will benefit by it. I am here to stay. I have a little bad location, but watch my show. You will forget about the little difference. Don't think I am telling you this in any meaning except through honesty and truthfulness. I am here, willing to back up what I say. I am going to be your friend, anyhow, for 1 am showing pictures that will do you good. TA Every- Afternoon and Night PRICES: MATINEES 5c TO ALL. NIGHTS CHIL DREN, 5c; ADULTS, 10c BUSINESS IS GOOD. THANKS TO ALL. Flit ST (l"X IV riVH- WAR WAS FIKF.D 55 TEARS AUO K. L. Patton, of Telford, was on professional business yester- Dr hero day. 0. J. Smith, cf v'w'"-iga, was here Wednesday on business. Esq. C. F. Carson, after a stay of The first shot in the war between the States was fired 55 years ago January 9, 1861. Immediately after its secession, on December 20, 1860, the State of South Carolina demanded the evacu ation of the forts in Charleston har bor. While the negotiations 'between the Federal government and the State of South Carolina were going on Major Anderson secretly trans ferred his men and supplies- from Fort Moultrie to Fort Sumter. When South Carolina demanded the evacu ation of Sumter President Buchanan refused the demand, and sent the steamer Star of the West with sup plies and reinforcements for the fort. Secret Thins Failed. The President intended the expe- FOR SALE. New 4-room bouse, electric lights and water, lot 50x150 feet, 505 W Main St. Apply to Jos. A. Frick, Treasurer's office, S ldiers' Home Tenn. Terras t suit purchaser. several days In the city, haB returned dition to be a secret one, but it be- to his home at Embreville. V. J. Davis, of Kir-xvii! j, v. ai here Wednesday and Thursday of thi. week. MANY PEOPLE DON'T KNOW A sluggish liver can cause a per son an awful lot of misery. Spells of dizziness, headaches, constipation and biliousness are sure signs that your liver needs help. Take Dr. King's New Life Pills and see how they help tone up the whole system. Fine for the stomach too. Aids digestion. Purifies the blood and clears the complexion. Only 25c, at your druggist's. wat Ana AVE. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Dayton A. Dobbs, Pastor. (Usual hours.) The pastor will preach at both ser vices. You will find a welcome. CAROLINA CLISCHFIELD AUD . OHIO. RAILWAY. In Effect August 9th, 1915. Eastrn Standard Time. YOU SHOULD TRY HOSTETTER'S Stoinac!) Hitlers T ONCE. IT REAILY HELPS NORTHBOUND. 8:30 a. m., daily, for Ford town and Kingsport, Tenn., Cameron, Va-Tenn., Speers Ferry, St. Paul and Dante, Va and Elkhorn CIt, Ky. 5:15, daily,- for Fordtown and Kingsport, Tenn., Cameron, Va-Tenn. Speers Ferry, St. Paul and Dante, Va. SOUTHBOUND. 11:45 a. m., for Erwin and Unaka Springs, Tenn., Toecane, Burnsville, Pensacola and Marion, N. C, and Spar tanburg, S. C. 9:30 p. ni., daily, for Unicoi and Erwin, Tenn. For definite and additional Informa tion apply at ticket office or to CHAS. T. MANPEL, Asst. General Passenger Agent, ' Johnson City, Teaneisee. came known at once to the South Carolina authorities, and when, on January 9, the steamer appeared, it was - fired upon and driven back three months and two days before the momentous April 12 on which Beau regard turned his mortars loose on Sumter, Throughout the three . months In Question the negotiations went on. not between the government of the United States and the goverr ient of the, Confederate States, for Secretary Seward would not recognize the lat ter government, but between Secre tary Seward and Justices Nelson and Campbell, of the Supreme Court, who had consented to convey to the Con federate authorities such assurances as the Secretary might see fit to im part to them. Fires on Fort Sumter. Justice Campbell declares that as late as April 7 Seward told him that no attempt would be made to rein force Sumter without giving notice to Gov. Pickens. The next day, April 8. Beauregard was informed by the Federal authorities that supplies would be sent to Sumter, "peaceably or otherwise by force." Upon re ceipt of that message Beauregard, on the 11th, demanded the surrender of the fort. Major Anderson declined to accept the summons, and at 4:30 o'clock on the morning of the 12th Beauregard opened fire. The first shot drew no blood, and. strange to tell, the 34-hour rain of shot and shell upon Sumter took no life, but in the fearful struggle that those harmless shots precipitated 1,-1 000,000 men, many of them the finest I that were ever born into the world were sent to their death. Washing ton I'OSt. H ows Thi IS We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh that cannot bo- cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Hall's Catarrh Cure has been taken by catarrh sufferers for the past 35 years, and has become known as the most reliable remedy fer Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure acts through the Blood on the Mucous surfaces expelling the poison from the blood and healine 'ie diseased portions. After you 1 -e taken Hall's Catarrh Cure for a s ft time you will see a great iinpro" nent In your general health. Sta. taking Hall's Catarrh Cure at once and get rid of catarrh. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by all druggists, 75c. Safe Profitable Convenient You can get $7.00 each year on evei y 8100.00 you have, If you Invest in our SCIATICA'S PIERCING PATN To kill the nerve pains of .Sciatica you can always depend on " Sloan's Liniment. It penetrates to the seat of pain and brings ease as soon as it is applied. A great comfort too with Sloan's is that no rubbing is re quired. Sloan's Liniment is invalua ble for stopping muscular or nerve pain of any kind. Try it at once if you suffer with Rheumatism. Lumba go, Sore Throat, Pain in the Chest. Sprains, Bruises, etc. It is excellent for Neuralgia and Headache. 25c at all Druggists. Per Celt Preferred Stock Trofessional Cards, TV. J. MATTHEWS, M. I. Physician and Surgeon Phones: Office 298; Residence, 208 Office: No. 255 Mala St Johnson City II. M. CASS, M. .). Office 108 Roan Street Both Telephones. No , DR. R. P. HARRISON Veteniary Surgeon and Dentist. Offices: McClain & Dickinson stable on Market street and City Drug Store. Both phones each place. Night telephone New 474. DR. L. M. DYKES Osteopathic Physician Old phone 528. Miller Building Johnson City, Tenn. Dividends payable quarter ly, IJf per cent, every 3 months. Let your idle money work for you. The Bristol TelepSone Co.. Bristol. Tennessee dr. j. w. cox Office: Miller Building, Main Street. Residence, 113 Unaka Avenue Hours: 8 to 11 a. ni., 1 to 4:30 p. ni. Office phone 75, Residence 63. DK. F. T. MASSENGILL Physician and Surgeon Phone Central Boones Creek All calls Answered Promptly W. C. PIERCE Justice of the Peace and Notary Public West Market Street Three doors from the Southern Uy. WM. SILVER Practicing Optician Eyes Carefully Examined and Glasses Scientifically Fitted. Johnson City, Tennessee. GUY S. CHASE Attorney at Law Jobe Building. Rooms 7 and 8 OSCAR M. FAIR -Attorney and Counsellor at Law Practices in all the Courts ,,ika National Bank Building Johnson City, Tennessee A. R. JOHNSON Attorney at Law Office: Rooms 1, 2 and 14, 2nd floor. Brown Building, Johnson City, Tennessee LEE F. MILLER Attorney at Law Johnson City and Elizabethtou Practices In all the Courts, State and Federal Over Unaka National Bank in Johnson City E. J. TAUGHT Attorney and Solicitor Johnson City, ... Tennessee Special attention paid to Claims Office: Rooms Burrow Building. J. R. GARDNER Attorney at Law Office, Armbrust-Smith Building Practices in all the Courts Special attention given to Pension Claims T. A. COX Attorney at Law and Solicitor In Chancery Special attention to abstraots and ti tles Office: Rooms - and -, Burrow Bldg. MARKET ST. BARBER SHOP In Reeves Building. The Old Reliable Barber Shop. NAT HYDER, Proprietor. CONGRESS SHAYING PARLOR. Strictly Modern. First-Class - Workmen. Children's Hair Cutting a Specialty. Shaves. Baths. W. J. ALLEN, Proprietor. CITY BARBER SHOP Run by first-class White Workmen We want and are trying to elevate the Barber Profession In Johnson City come and aee us. Patronize your own color and help those that are deserv ing of your patronage. Hamsch. Deals & Dyer, Proprietors Corner Main and Buffalo Streets SHORT COURSE IN AGRICULTURE UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE. KNOXVILLE, TENN. VERY LOW FARES VIA SOUTHERN RAILWAY Premier Carrier of the South. $4.50 Round Trip $4.50 From JOHNSON CITY, TENN. Tickets will be sold on January 1st, 2d. 3d, 30th and 31st, 1916, limit ed to return not later than March 1st, 1916. -. For further information call upon any Southern Railway agent or ad dress G. M. ELLIS, D. P. A., Southern Ry., Knoxville, Tenn. Write us for our liberal offer to agents. We want an agent In every neighborhood throughout the county to solicit subscriptions for The Com et. A postal card Is all that it will j cost you to get our flattering offer. ' Cheapest Remedy Made at Home 128 Teaspoonful for 25 Cents. If everything was sold in as liberal and fair a manner as the Whitehouse Drug Store is selling Schiffmann's New Concentrated Expectorant, abso lutely no cause for complaint or dis satisfaction could possibly arise from anyone. These druggists say "Buy a bottle of this new remedy and try it for Bronchitis, Bronchial Asthma, Whooping Cough, Severe Cough. Croup or any Bronchial Affection, and we will return your money, just the same as we do with Dr. Schiffmann's famous Asthmador, if it does not give perfect satisfaction, or if it is not found the best remedy ever used for any of these complaints." In addi tion to this guarantee, in order that the public might try this remedy without further delay, these druggists announce that they have decided to make an extra inducement and will sell 200 regular 50c size bottles for half price, 25c, to the first 200 per sons who sign and present the cou pon below at their store. Although they and the proprietor are losing money on every bottle . sold at this price, they both have decided to stand this loss, so as to give those who have not yet used this excellent remedy, an opportunity of trying it. at their loss, knowin- it will be found the best medicine ever used by anyone. Even though not in need of such a medicine at present, it will pay to obtain a bottle now at half price, as no doubt someone in the family will require it before, the winter is over, but you will not have another chance of buying for less than full price. One bottle makes a full pint (128 teaspoonsful) by simply mixing it at home with one pint of granulated I sugar and one-half pint of water, and makes a whole family supply, and as I much as would ordinarily cost from $2 to $3 for the same quantity of the ordinary, old-fashioned, ready-made kinds of doubtful merit and also without a guarantee, like this remedy, i It is prepared from strictly harm less plants and is so pleasant that 1 children like to take it and it can be given them with perfect safety, as it 1 positively contains no chloroform, opium, morphine or any other nar cotic, as do most cough mixtures. Absolutely no risk whatever is run in buying this remedy on the guar antee of the above well-known, relia ble druggists. If a neighbor or friend would take and pay for half the bottle, the cost of half a pint of this excellent med icine would only cost bout 12 cents. TWENTY-FIVE CENT COUPON-No. 3 This coupon and 25c is good for (only) . We bottle of SchifTman's New Concentrated Kxpectnranl at Whitehouse Drug Co. if your name and ad dress is filled in. Name Address. GAL V ES TON'S E X PO RTS 20,0(0 bushels of wheat for Liver pool and the Spanish steamer Marlin Saenz sailed with 8,225 bales of cot ton for Barcelona. Galveston, Texas, Jan. 7. Exports valued at $1,209,777 were shipped from this port today and included 18,025 bales of cotton and 120,000 bushels of No. 2 hard winter wheat. Dr. T. B. Hughs, a prominent phy- The British steamship Median cleared sician of Afton, was here on Wednes- with 9.S00 square bales of cotton and day of this week. O. Whitf - Sells - China, Crockery. Glassware, Enameled Ware, Tinware Stoneware, Stoves, Ranges, and Oil Stoves. Always of best quality at lowest prices. All kinds of Tinwork and Furnace work done promptly and well. Ill Spring Street. $ ft to to to to to to to to PURE FOOD! GOLDEN EAGLE FLOUR. to Guaranteed to conform to the Pure to to to to to to to '(ft Food Act, June 30, J906 Sparger Mills Co. BRISTOL, - TENNESSEE ft to ito (to n h ra n? b - 1 W If LSi M WITHOUT THE KNIFE Protruding Pile . Itching Piles, Dieedlnir Piles, Fistula Fiasurt and all diseaaea ot tbe Keetnui CURED under a positive (UaMRTEE, YO'J PAY N3T;ilN6 UNTIL CURED. VPn.nt Use parlies wbone name I publtsn in this 1 vtrtneiotni. inef 111 ia your, or ail.'oliiing Couuty. I cured THEM ardcao 6IM lit. i . x .iniliT. Bradford. Tenn. J. r. Brock 3reen?;e.d. Terr. M Colloni. Limestone. Tenn. i. E. Travis hnron Tenn '' K rI.alru.DieMen. Tenn. E C. Elder Ke'ton """e'n SEND FOR MY 172 PAGE FREE BOOK f ti tSf fctSvoII 1 ,nil pobUge mid. These books contain tr.ucC Ir.lormat.on of rrai iue ic acy jn aHHcti d with piles or any form ol rectal irouo.e. and hundreds of -estimoBlai ilttiers. Whether you take trea'.mentor DO I ?ou are welcome to ootk SIVOIALIST. 'ITSBI'SMED hooka. Write to-day It will pay jrou. M. NEY SMITH, M. D., W. Cor Bdy A Pint IT. LOCK. HO. "Do You Spank kour Daby?" Rabies are good when they are cuml'ortaMe, and you musl soothe their delicate nerves, l ollow the example of win' mothcis iJ yiv them Dr. FAHRNEY'S TEETHING SYRUP Tl-e standard American remedy for infant complaints. Prevents Cliolera Infantum, cures C'm:ti' atioy ami n!ic. maim Tceti in simple and safe. 2$ cents at dn-Rfists. TrRl l-Mtle free if roti mention this aier. Made onl) by'DKS. I). I-AIIRNhY at SON, Hai;smtowh. Mo. DR. CBO. n. 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