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CARSON-NEWMAN CHIEF T t . i ' '..- ft' V - """ a ; jeneison i;ny, repi,. parson -ana , iicTumii uiii-rc aucuuauro una. mi ed In large,and a good term fs expected. At a recent meeting " -of the college'? ejceci'tlvjs committee Dr.. Jeffries of. fered 'his r resignation as president, wMchwas accepted, and Prof. J J MJ Burnett was e'ecled chlarman of the faculty. No president has been elected, and Prof. Burnett will have charge ' unfil one Is elected. . t ,,. r" Dr. Jeffries will probably leave here and enter elth r the ministry or school work elsewhere HONESTY AND r FAIR DEALING BOARD FIGURES ON PURCHASE ; (Continued from pagel)- - nozzles, one cut off nozzle and other 'things' to go with such an outfit. The board finally got the price down to $1750 and are holding the letting of the contract under advisement until other prices can be secured It is said that the Kureka company is supplying most of the' towns and cities of this section'. - - - ' . FAREWELL PARTY FOR MISS KATE BROWN . Mrs. Jno.M. Btokely entertained a few friends Saturday as a farewell to Miss Kate Brow n, one ol the assistants . of her primary department, who left Wednesday for Bristol where she enters school. The guests were the assistants of Mrs. Btokely, at the " First Baptist Churelw In a con test, Miss Nell Dukes was the success- ful one and ;.was given, a hat pin, the prize. Miss Brown was presented with a hand embroidered handkerchief as a remembrance of the occasion. Those present were: Misses Inez and Nell Dukes, Nell Howe, Letha Burke, Claudie Holder, Orlelle Delozier, Fannie Btokely, Edna Stuart and Kate Brown and Mrs. Jno. M. Jones. HARRISON-HOLLAND , ANNOUNCEMEMENT Another wedding of much interest will be that of Miss Johnnie ' Holland to Mr. Lute Harrison. Both families a're prominent?. Invitations are in the hands of their friends reading as follows: ' ' Mrs. Reuben A. Holland requests the honor of your presence at the marriage of her niece Johnnie to Mr. James Luther Harrison on Wednesday, September twentieth nineteen hundred and eleven x at two o'clock , i Del Rio, Tennesseee. . i (Continued from pagel) you to 90,000 votes, and you should by no means let the next few days go by , without' taking advantage of them. The work that is done now will assur ed, give you advantage of the candi dates' who fail to grasp this liberal oner."'- y : " The standing of the contestants up toTuesdav at noon was as follows: Claudie Holder, Newport... 2200 Mildred Vinson, Newport R 21600 Edna Sparks, Newport ..1575 Annie Bell, White Pine.!. ..1550 Bernice Harned, Parrottiville ,1500 Mattle McMillin, Cosby..:. 1450 Mildred McHarge, Newport .1375 Euuice Harris, Dei Rio, l..i...:.;1275 Ernestine Robinson, Newport... .1:525 Jessie Sutton, Crestmont, N. C-.1325 Mabel Parrott, Newport --1325 Vefnle- Btokely,' Newport.... 1325 Luclle Stuart White Pine.'..... ...1125 Arihfe Smith, Oak Grove, TennJ-1125 Mary Kate Inman, White Pine... 1100 Annie While, White Pine 1000 Lucy Belle Jarrett, Newport.-.-.lOOO Mamie Helm, White Pine 1000 Arllne Caton, Cosby Route, 4 1000 Katie Clark, White Pine.-r.. llOOO Grace Wiggington, Morrlstown-11225 Alice Burlin, While Pine 1025 Daisy Stuart, Raaklnl 1025 Jnli Webb. Chestnut Hill 1000 Annie Redwine, Rankin 1025 1 Willie Courtney, White Pine.-. ..1000 Dicle Reese, Dandridge, Route 1.-.1075 Effle Harrisort,Hot Springs.N. C1125 Tillie Phipps, While Pine, R. 2.71175 Ida Smallwood, Cosby.. ..1125 Kate Anderson, White Pine, 11000 Nell Zlrkie, DandridgeJ.-.x 1023 Cora Holdway, Bybee R. 2. 1..1025 : Eunice Boyer, Newport R. 5 1075 j Nell Robinson, Newport It," 3 1025 I Viola Seehom, Oak .Grove, Tenn 1025 I Maude Thomas Dandridge R. 1-1100 Maggie Holt, Dandridge R 7 1075 Nell Lane, Morrlstown..'. 1025 Elizabeth Alexander,Mor'istown.. 1025 Mae Jarnagan, Morristown 1000 Ruth Thompson, Morristown 1025 Margaret Dearrick, Moristowu 1000 Mary Goodson, Morristown 1000 ElizabethiCuuningham, Jefferson City - 1000 Edith Witt, Jeflerson City 1075 1 .-.L.J ..:i020 Nell Bruner, Newport ....1100 Mable Tittsworth, Jefferson City.. 1025 Christine Bradshaw, Dandridge.. 1175 Lelia Fisher, Canton, N. C ..1050 Christine Clark, Bybee, Route 1...1175 NOTES Nathan Huff spent Monday in Knox Vllle. ' ' H- ' .-, J. G. Allen went' to Knoxville, Monday. E. S. "Early was in Knoxville, Monday. t ' '.) ..." Sheriff Dawson .spent Monday in Knoxville. ' '." ;" Order of Publication ..... . . In the Chancery Court at Newport, Tennessee. , J. M. Jackson Lumber Co. ") vs. C. L. Goodmln. . j To . C. L. GOODWIN. ' In this cause it appearing from the bill, which Is. sworn to, that C. L Goodwin is a non-resident of the state, he Is therefore hereby required to ap pear on or before the first Monday in November next, before the Clerk and Master of said court, at his office in Newport, and make defense to the bill filed against him in said court by J. M. Jackson Lumber Co., or otherwise the bill will be taken for confessed. It is further ordered that this notice be published for four consecutive weeks in the Newport, Plain Talk. ' This Sept. 12th, 1911. A. A.Catks, : ' Clerk and Master. Geo. W. Correll.Sol. KIDNEYTROUBLE Suffered Ten Years Relieved in Three Months Thanks to PE-RU-NA. 8. T. Robinson will preach at the court house every , Sunday at 3 p. m. and he will continue to preach there at 7:30 p. m. until further notice, The people are corqially invited to come to these meetings. i ma C. B. FIZER, MU Sterling, Ky says : "f bare Buffered with kidney and bladder trouble for ten yean past "Last March I commenced using Peruna and continued for three months. I have not used it since, nor have I fU a pain." jlm Black saw the sights -la Knox ville, Monday. Pike Commissioner John Weaver spent Monday in Knoxville. . ', Representative-Frank Parrott ws In Knoxville,, Monday. . ' ,, "Miss Fannie Btokely spent first of the week in Knoxville. , ; Mr, H. L. W. Taylor left Satur day morning for points East. Hub Fine and family leave for Flor ida the last of the week. Robert Douty was speeding around Newport, Sunday in his auto. Sheriff Boyer was among those present in Knoxville, Monday. Dr. G. G. Holland and Mis Stella May leave Sunday for Flortiia. Miss Kate Brown left Wednesday morning for Virginia . Intermont at Bristol. Newport was well represented at the Morristown fair, Thursday, a car being filled at this point. Ruby McNabb has signed a contract to play witli the Chattanooga team of the Southern league in 1911. I Judge Cate accompanied his son Guy as far as Knoxville, Monday ,Guy being in route for Mooney school at Harriinan. G, C. Duncan accompanied Hiram Balch to Maryvllle. Monday where the young man will enter thai institution for the year. Lost A bunch of keys between Flint . Ray's Stable and the Cosby bridge on the Cosby pike- Finder will please return to T. R. Cline and re celue reward. C. F. Smith left here Sunday morn ing in his automobile for Knoxville, taking his sons. Harry and George as far as Knoxville on their way to Mary- ville. Burnett Smith brought the ma chine home Tuesday morning. News has been received here of the death of Rev. D. R. Shier of Mich igan. Dr. Shier for several years spent his summer outings:at Wolf Creek, ah 1 was a frequent visitor to Newport, where he made many friends. Former -Sheriff John F. Nease is the prize cantelope grower of Cocke county and we recently had the plea sure ot partaking of several which would rival the celebrated , Rocky Fords. George Bailey, wife and daughter, of the Houston Post member of the staff of - Governor Hooper, passed through Newport Sunday morning en route o Knoxville from North Caro lina mountain resorts. He was a con spicious member of . the governor's staff, Monday. ' ' c IE Rebecca Kruttschnitt, daughter of Julius Kruttschnitt, multimillion aire railroad man, is more interested in art than in society. ttely New Stock I Old Stock Disposed Of ,We have the cleanest arid fullest stock "of clothing and gents' furnishings in Newport - ; We enter the Fall season under very favorable circumstan ces, having sold off all our old stock and odds and ends in the Griffin Annex. This gives us the most up-to-date clothing store in the city. New stock arriving daily. 1 Itokely, Jones & Co. The Clothiers Opposite Depot Newport, Tenn. IE ! Pure Straight Bottled in Bond Whiskey Our Specialties .M. P. Dyer & Go. Inc. New mail order house of Jiristol, va., solicits your patronage. All goods snlppea on nrsi iram lo your siauon aiier order is received. Home specials: Qt. Gal Dyer's Old Corn Whiskey $1.00 $4.00 Yellow Corn- - - $2.00 No. 2 White Corn - $2.00 (Express charges paid on corn whiskey in quantities of two gallons or over) WHISKIES BRANDIES. Tom Moore, rye or bourbon, bottled In " Qt., Gal bond, 6 yrs old, Ky.,4 qts for 3.00 , Best Old Apple Brandy$1.00 $4.(W Qt. Gal. " Virginia Apple Brandy.. 65c f 2.5Q John Hopkins fl.00 $4.00 Cheap corn or rye whiskies at $1.50 Broadway 75c $3 00 per gallon you to pay express. 5H,W Free Yotes iferei in (Great Contest for Every Clmb oMwenty Yearly Subscriptions H THIS GREAT BONUS OFFER IS MADE FOR THE GRAND PRIZES SEE THE GRAND PRIZES ONE SEMINOLE $400.00 PIANO ONE BEAUTIFUL IMPORTED WILLOW PORCH SET TWO LADIES' GOLD WATCHES - ' - ' " - - . . It is never too late to get into the race. See the nomination coupon elsewhere in the paper anH send in the name of yourself or friend. Clip the 25 vote coupons. They will help you in the grand total.. iano on exhibition at the New York Store. Watches on exhibition at Glenn's Store.