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The Newport plain talk. (Newport, Tenn.) 1909-1939, June 15, 1911, Image 7

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102 Front Street, Opposite Union Depot, Bristol, Va.
OLE DISTRIBUTORS for the fam
ous Rich Valley Double Cop
per Distilled Corn Whiskey,
an absolutely straight 100 proof product.
1 gallon in glass jug
or bottles jgr.
2 gallons in glass jug
or bottles gur
$3.00
$5.50
3 gallons in glass jug
or bottles
$8.00
4 gallons in glass jug (tl A A A
or bottles ws- plUUU
4 qts 8 qts 12 qts
Old Hawkins Corn . . $2.50 $4.75 $7.00
Old Mountain Corn . 2.00 3.75 5.50
Kenwood Rye . . 3.50 6.50 9.00
Graywood Rye . . 3.00 5.50 8.00
Trotwood Rye . 2.50 4.75 7.00
Old Glenvar . v . 2.00 4.00 6.00
White Rye . . 2.00 4.00 6.00
Express Charges Prepaid by US.
Write for complete price list.
Send Your Orders to the i
f Bristol Distributing J
MISS JOSEPHINE .
SUSONG WEDS
(Continued from page 1)
o'clock this afternoon, a marriage
Icok place in Greeneviile which at
Swctad considerable attention, not on
Vin Greeneviile but in Knoxville anil
vuier places where the parties are well
known. The parlies alluded to were
Mr Thomas 1). Brabson and Mis
Josephine Susong. Tlie marriage took
place at the handsome residnce of the
bride's father, W. A. Susong and was
a private affair, attended only by a
few intimate frienus and relatives.
"The bridegroom is the son of lion.
John M. Brabson, of Greeneviile and
the bride, as before shown is a daugh
ter of Mr. W. A Su.-ong. She, recent
ly, In company with the family of
Hon. Geo. W. Pickle made a lour of
Ku rope and she has often been a guest
among Knoxville friends. Mr Brabson
is at present assistant cashier in the
Frist National bank of Greeneviile.
They left at once for an extended brid
. ... al tour to New York and other points.
"The bridal couple highly esteemed
in Greeneviile society will recleve the
congratulations of their many friends
in Greeneviile and elsewhere, and on
their return will make their home in
'Greeneviile.': . v i
THREE-CENT RATE
IS ALLOWED
Nashville, Tonn.', June 10. The
Stale railroad commission today is
sued an order, effective July 1st, per
muting lift Tennessee Central railroad
to charge three cents per nnie passen
ger fare on the eastern division of the
road irom Nashville to Harrimau.
The rate on the western division has
b en throe cents all the lime. The je
tltl m of the company was granted be
cause of tho losses sus'alned on passen
ger traffic due to heavy grades which
prevented the use of long trains yet
required heavy locomotives. It was
shown the commission that both
divisions of the road have-.' been un
profitable so far as passenger service
was concerned. ''.- -
j Bilious? Keel heavy after dinner?
tongue coated? Bitter taste" Goniplex
ion, sallow? Liver needs waking up
Doan's Uegulets cure billions attacks.
25 cents at any drug store.
Cripple creek (Colo.) mine output
for May was the heaviest of year, with
79,100 Ions, gross bullion value of fl,-
Macon, Ga., observes birthday ar-
niversary of Jefferson Davis by unveil
ing a monument to the women of the
1 South. . ; ' '
THE GREATEST IMPROVEMENT
in poultry ftmtt MMtructton tver kiww wm made wkm
afastri. wfctinf wm imroUimtf. It Mumtal Iht dMlb
fcncM of iif fK, flinwjr Miii mmi ol light poultry encs
of .H kinds. Thn radicl ctonf. nvnr aikl method. WH
m.it ky Iht Pmsbnrth SlotV Compmr mm wm inow
Barataal mm its 4mw adatiratc4 Ptftaawlt Perfect
fenctnj, lor hoax sheep, evttie, firm aHirpowc and lor
Uwm ami poultry. Thi fcndnit if manufactured e
chutvely by them. Electric weMinC altt placed wrapt.
.clampa and lici m tha waata wire clan. ffQ$ '
"Pittsburgh PERFECT" JUL
tUCTMCAIXY WILMS ,' HI OHM
Poultry Fence
''Pittsburgh Pcrferf1 poultry fences aa
well sa aU farm and lawn knees owltr Utia
brand, an no being made Irom a ipm!
quality of open htanh wire, manufadarffd In
lb immenav addition lo eur m.Mi recently
built. It is aow heavily gaUamfd by an
improved process. AH stay wins am the mum
site ss line wirrs, and is the saperter of any
poultry tmeailiari. The quality of tht open
dearth wire, ennmlrd atiperiar ta Itoaraw
steel; Uteeftlvaniring, applied by mir pectal
prome. snd llc Israe wires, arc ell of vita)
importance in giving service sod durslility.
"Pituvburgh Prft" Klectrieally Wvldcd
Fences are made in every bright and aright
rr every dm. lneitt upon g?tbng only
"Pitutiurgh X'crfecl" fcaee.
For sail hy
Zeb Q:veTigf?r Dmpany
Newport Rte 1
M
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CORRESPONDENCE
Good Hope News . .
J Good Hope June 13. Farmers are
making things hum in these diggings.
Frank Hawk is indssposed at present.
The farmers will finish cutting their
wheat this week. The dry weather
has cut the potato crop shorl. Corn
crops, where they have been cultivat
ed, are looking line. Mrs. J. N. Gor
man spent Sunday with Mrs. I. N.
feoyer. Lemmie Sparrks is numbered
among the sick. Quite a large croud
attended the Jiabtising here Sunday.
Mrs. William Cureton, spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Cnreton.
Misses Mary, Lucy and Dora Hell
epent Sunday with Miss Carrie Balch
Miss Dora JJyrd who has been ill for
the past few months is ,a little better.
Clay Blazer and wifeof Newport spent
Saturday night and Sunday with their
parents, Mr. arid Mrs, iC c!' Blazer.
Samuel Wilson also' Mr. and Mrs.
James Smitli Vere the guest of J. C.
Sparks, and family, Sunday. Adol
phus Hawk and family were visiting
Frank Hawk and family, Sunday.
' Route No; 4 News
Newport. Route No. 4. Miss Lula
Huff, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John
Huff is very low at this time. Teople
are cutting wheat in this neighborhood.
The pike work is progressing rapidly.
The grade work is finished to Breeden's
branch dn the Sevierville road and
don't lack much of being done on the
Cosby road, to the Cosby creek. We
had a severe storm on Monday, June 5,
the lightning striking in seve.al places.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. L. 8. Hall a
seven pound boy.
Carson Springs
Hotel
Miss Mary A, George, Proprietress .
W. J. Gam, Manager
Plates per Month . . . . . . .. $25.00
Plates per Week . . . . . . . . $7.50
Rates per Day . . . . . . . $1.25
Meals ... . 50c
5" Special Rates to Families
Six Miles From Newport Mail Delivered Daily
First Baptist Church. . J. Y. O'llajja
Pastor. ,"'V" ,.: '
Services 10:45 a. m., and 7:45 p. m."
Subjects "Children of ;God' and'
"Hearers and Hearing. '' ; ,
S. S. 9:.i0 a. m., 8. ' II McSwcen,"
and Jas. Stokely, Supts.
B. Y. P. U. 7:00 p. m., Cicero Bp&tln
Pres., Miss Kate Brown, Leader. v
Midweek service this week 7:15 p. m'
Wednesday. , . ' . i
Workers meeting Friday 7:15 p ma
All are cordially invited to all these
services. . .. ; t; , ,
All are cordially invited to be pres
ent. Have verse of scripture on prayer
Wednesday evening. . '. '
Eastport: Re. M. R. Free will
preach at 3:;)0 p. m. r ;
First Presbyterian, Rev. J. 8. Black,
Pastor. Morning Service at 10:45. ' ,
Sabbath School nt 9:30. Dr. B. C
Smith. Sunt.
Night Service at 7KK) p. rn. '
Prayer Meeting Wednesday 70 p.m
GOLD CONTEST
NEARS END
No change is made in the gold con
test standing this week. There mas
prizes for three young ladies and jtnA
a little work will 1 and any of the con
testants up in the race. The contest
will positively come to a close July
3rd. r . '
The standing is as follows: ,
HOW THEY STAND
Miss Eunice Harris, Del Rio, R2
Miss Alma Ailey, Newport, Rl 2050
Miss Gertrude Jones, Del Rio.2Wa
Miss Inez Morgan, Rankin :280t
Miss Essie Kelley, ParrottsviHe.2850
Mrs. H. A. Cogburn, ParrotUvilleSSO
Miss Elza Critselous,tParr)tt8ville '
R3 : -2500
Miss Gona Easterly, Parrottsville
R3 235
Two -unfurnished rooms forrent
during July and August, over J. A.
Justus' store. Apply to Mrs. Blair.
FINE
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Boston women ietilion authorities
to be emitted to bathe in nude, 8
bathing suits are injurious lo women
and retcrd progress in swimming. ,
Storm sweeps Ohio, causing live
deaths and ?2,00C, 000 loss. '
Farmers, mechanics, railroaders,
laborers'rely on Dr. Thomas' Eclectic
Oil. Takes the stinjf out of cuts,'
burns or bruises at once. Pain Cannot
slayVhcre it is used." - ' ' .
Located in Jefferson county on the French Broad
river. Fine water power, only short dam being used.
Mill building new, has three stories and a basement
Five to seven acres of land and small dwelling and
other necessary improvements go with property.
Good corn mill now running. Does large amount
of custom grinding. Mill is run with new double
tnrbine water wheel, guaranteed to give 35 horse
power. The wheel alone cost $500. Owner has. par
ticular reasons for wanting to. sell quick and has
priced the property at . .
Will make liberal terms to right party. . .For
further information see
Editor Mewp
ort Plain Talk
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