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NOTES M, E. Knight of Bybee was in town Wednesday. Will Stokely of Trench jiroad was In town, Tuesday. Miss Stella Loop of Morristown Is visiting Mrs. John Glenn. ; , W. A. Henderson of Dei Rid was a visitor in this city Wednesday. Mrs. Harrison Woods went to Knox ville to spend the day, Tuesday. Mrs. Martha Taylor of LaFolette is visiting her uacle Prof. J. II. Walker here. ' Miss Winnie Brown is spending iwo .weeks at Crestmont, the guest of Mrs. C. B. Ilaag. The youngest child of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. McMahan has been seriously ill for some days. ' Miss Elizabeth Walnut has return ed to her home in Knoxville, after a visit here with friends. Alfred Robeson and John Graham of Dandridge were visiting Newport friends last Saturday and Sunday. Press VaMenllne is putting in astock of goods at Bluffton. He was in New port Tuesday en route to Knoxvllle. Miss Rosalie Wilt of Knoxvllle was in Newport last week en route 10 Crest mont, where she is the guest of Mrs. C. B. Haag. Mrs. Peyton Campbell has returned to her home at Greeneville being ac companied by her lilte grandson Fred die Graddon. Frank W. Pnrrott left Tuesday after noon for Nashville for the purpose of adding the weight of his Judgement to the deliberations of the Fusion forces. TWO WEEKSTiORE OF GOLD CONTEST The contestants in the Gold contest have two weeks more in which to line up their friends. Miss Harris con tinues in the lead and unless some of those following bring in a good num ber of votes during the last few days of the contest, (she Will get away with the first prize. . ' HOW THEY STAND Miss Eunice Harris, Del Rio, R2..3700 Miss Alma Ailey, Newport, R1..26o0 Miss Gertrude Tones, Del Rio... .2900 Miss Inez Morgan, Rankin... 2600 : MUs Essie Kelley, Parrottsville..2850 Mrs. H. A. Cogburn,Parrottsville.28oO Miss Elzft Critselous,-.Parrottsville R3 i. 2500 Miss Gona Easterly, Parrottsville v R3 .........2550 DIDN'T LIKE LOOKS OF RAILROAD WORK , Claiming that things were not as they had expected, Ernest Gork and August Eckert two youths of Philadelphia who recently came here with a car load of . foreign laborers brought for work on ,, the plant of the Champion Lumber company, deserted the company Mon day afternoon creating considerable ex citement at Crestmont. It Is stated the foreman of the gang under which the boys were working tried in every way to induce them to remain, stating that they should at least work out the price of their transportation to New port. The-boys could not see it in that light however, claiming that they had left Philadelphia with the idea of find ing some pleasant work in the mount ains, and that they balked at pick and .shovel work, sV decided to wend tbeir way homeward. Before they got away - from the camp, Gork was forced to .-submit to a bath without getting time to tae off his clothes, and they they Jcame Into Newport Tuesday, planning some method of returning to Philadelphia. i - i A n n n q Arooc 5 Calces of Ivory Soap for 20c. THE TAYLOR GROCERY COMPANY, WILL EMPLOY LOCAL LABOR Every Available Man to be Put to Work on Water System. R., W. Reynolds, vice president of the American Light and Water Com pany of Chicago, III., which recently secured the contract for the constf uc tion of the water and sewer system lor Newport spent two days in Newport the lirst of the.. week. He stated while there that he had just received word from his house that they ex pected a report on the bonds, most any date and that immediatly upon the receipt of this information, that the work would be begun. He stated that he hoped to have his crew of men on the work by July 15. It is Mr. Roynolds' idea to employ local help, and he states that he will put every available man that he can secure at work im mediately upon the beginning of the construction work. SUSPICION ON MAN WITH STAMPS When Arrested in Knoxville, Con nection With Local Post Office Rpbbery Suspected. A man giving the name of Harrison G. Pinnix, was arrested in Knoxville last Thursday on the charge of drunk enness and disorderly conduct, and when he was searched at police head quarters two dollars were of 2-cent stamps was found on his perso-. He was unable to satisfactorily ex plain the possession of the stamps, claiming that he had purchased them of some man in North Carolina He U about 25 years of age, 5 feet. 7 inches in heighth ai.d weighs about 140 pounds. He has black hair ani at the time of his arrest was dressed in a light colored suit and wore a pair of green hose. It was thought at ihe time he was arrested . that he had some connection' with the robbery of the Newport post office but the author ities were unable to get anything definite from him. BEAT LOCAL OFFICERS TO MAN Man Charged With Larcency of Watches Here, Gets . Sentence. Stokes McCreary, one of the young men, who it is alleged stole several dol lars worth of watches from the store room of D. G. Allen several months ago, gaining an entrance by crawling over the transoms in the windows, will not be tried in Newport for some time, as he was recently caught by Washington county officials, and on the charge of house breaking received j a sentence of three years in the peni- tentiary. The local authorities will ( not get hold of him until after he has served his sentence, at which time he will be turned over to the Cocke coun ty sheriff. McCreary served one short sentence here for the theft of the watch of Oper ator Redwine, but the leniency of the local court permitted him to gain his liberty in a short time, and he has been busy since, as is shown by the fact that he is not only wanted here, bat is wanted in North Carolina points as well. , Kie s With WHERE FIVE CONVICTS MET DEATH ! 1 . i Scene shows location of camp in the mountains and the demol ished building at foot of embankment, it having fallen from 'the path where the crowd is gathered. One of the three negroes who were so badly injured, died on the train at Greensboro, making the total death list from the accident, five. County Normal School In Session; 75 In Attendance The county normal school began Us annual session at the courthouse Mon day with Prof. It. P. Driskill, county superintendent in charge. The session will last until Saturday. The exami nations began Monday and will con tinue throughout the week. On Tues day Miss Virginia Moore ofthe State educatidnal department with head quarters at Nashville made a very in teresting talk to tho teachers, her sub ject being "School Improvement." The assignment of the different teachers will take place the first Sat urnay in July when the county board of education will meet here for that purpose. Seventy-five teachers had been en rolled Wednesday m6rning. They are as follows: T. J. Beaver, Bybee. Burrell B. Brooks, Brideeport. Eu gene Table, Bybee, Route No. 2. Amos W. Butler, Cosby. B. R. Baxter, Cosby, Route No. 4. Roy Campbell, Bybee. Nina Critselous, Parrottsvill, Route No. 3.. Elsie Critselous, Parrottsville, Route No. 3. , Arline Caton, Cosby. John F. Conway, Bybee, Route No. 2.' Jennie B. Cureton, Parrottsville, No. 2. - Garr Dennis, Cosby. Prof. II. R. Easterly, Edwina. Gona Easterly, Parrottsville. Robt. L. Ford, Naillon. Frank Ford. Naillon. Joe Ford, Naillon. ' I Bruce C. Fancher, Newport, Route No. 4. Maude Fincher, Naillon. I. S. Griffin, Newport. Guy B Glllispie, Newport. Elisha Green, Newport. Nita Green, Newport, Route No. 5. Mazie Hawk, Newport. Mae Hartsell, Newport. . H. Henry, Cosby, Route No. 4. C. M. Harris, Cosby. Mack Harper, Bridgeport. Craton Hicks, Cosby. Emma Justus, Newport. 1 Allen D. Justus, Newport, Route No. 1. Myrtle Lovel I, Bybee. Oth Maddron, Cosby. ' Bessie McMahan, Newport; Inez R. Morgan, Ranking. Coffee. 14 pound of White House Tea 4 i . o Old A. Keller Bourlion One of Kentucky's Oldest and Most Popular Brands. Case of 12 full quarts, Spring 1903, Bot tled in Bond, 8 Years Old $10.75 Per Case Express Prepaid. Skg Guaranteed to Please You. jgft Mall jroi'r onler to Old Dexter Distilling Co., Covington, Kentucky Gertrude Maloy, Bridgeport. Gus.s Mason, Newport. Mabel Glenn McSween, Newport. Isaac Otlinger, Del R!o. E. E. Ponder, Del Rio. Authur Pr ffit, Cosby, Route No. 1. Ethel Phillips, Hartford. Maggie Proftit, Del Rio. Lawrence Reed, Bybee.. Joseph Rose, Hartford. Creed Ro'lins, Naillon. , Gipsy Redwine, Rankin. Nora Rader, Parrottsville. LemmieSparks, Parrottsville, Route No.l. Edgar Shaver, Bybee. J. M. Stephenson, Bybee, Route No. 3. J. C. Smallwood, Casby. Thomas Styles, Cosby. Daisy Stuart, Rankin. Clyde Stephenson, Bybee. Margaret Smith, Newport. Hattie To ,ve, Parrottsville. Etta Thornton, Sevierville. L. B. Valentine, Cosby. J. B. Willis, Del Rio, Route No. 1. M. E. Webb, Cosby; Rodte No. 3. Clara Wardrup, Parrottsville. Belle Wilson, Bridgeport. Bernice Brooks, Bridgeport. Sue Smith, Parrottsville. .. Vlrgie McMahan, Cosby ' Edith Easterly, Parrottsville. " Cora Wood, Denton. Arlie Burke, Newport. Mrs. Lou Redwine. Bybse. Mildred Stuart, Newport. Wade Giles. Cosby. Alan Palmer, Bybee. Robert Parrott Newport. ' Cora Holdway, Bybee. , 15 Cents Per 3-pound can The Mattress of the Ostermoor Every other matt ress in the world is STUFFED hair, cotton or feathers, jammed in at the open end of a tick. That's why lumps and holes soon cause sleepless nights. Eash OSTER MOOR is built- not stuffed. Hand laid sheets of downv softness, each full sized, are carefully built within the tick. It is vermin proof. An occasional sun bath isall it require. The tick can be taken off and washed when soiled. SEND FOR FREE 2 feet C inches wide, 25 pounds $ 8.35 8 feet wide, 30 pounds 10.00 3 feet G inches wide, 35 pounds 11.70 4 feet wide, 40 pounds 13.35 4 feet 6 inches wide, 45 pounds : 15.00 All 6 feet 8 inches long. In two parts, 60c extra. Express charges prepaid.; Special sizes at special prices. Ostermoor & Co. 114 Elizabeth Street, NEW YORK Canadian Agency Alaska Feather & Down Co. Ltd. Montreal, Canada mmmmMmmmmmmmmwmmi Fresh leats at all Times m $3 m m We are ahle to supply our customers at all times with good fresh meats. Call on us for anything in the line of Groceries. We are carrying a full line of Green Goods, Strawberries, Lettuce, Etc The Hixon Grocery Co. Church Street B,FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY" m The Merchants & S Planters Bank Newport, Tenn. Capital and Surplus $90,000 Solicits Your Business 4 Per Cent Paid on Time. Certificates of Deposit at 20c. of California Peaches for 15c "Reliable Present and Future" ! $.13 uu Express Prepaid 144 PAGE BOOK Our book, "The Test of Time" not only treats exhaustively the mattress .question, but also describes and illustrates with 210 picture?. Ostermoor Cushions and Pillows for window seats, cozy corners hall benches and easy chairs. Lookout! Dea'ersare tiying to fell the "just as good" kind. Ask to see the name "OSTERMOOR" and our trade mark label sewed on the end. Mattress expressed prepaid by us same day your check is received. 5 Pound Grocers" '