Makes delicious home
baked foods of maximum
qualify at minimum cost.
Makes home baking a
The only Baking Powder
made from Royal Grape
Cream of Tartar
t3o Alum No Umo Phosphates
Old Negro; Arch Pruitt, Receives
Probable Fatal In- .
juries.; ,. .
Uncle Arch Pruitt, a well known
Old Town colored citizen wast, badly
injured here Circus day when a team
of horses he was holding near the
.bridge beenme frightened at the el
ephants. The horses ran away and
precipitated the old negro to the
ground where he suffered a broken
leg, his right limb being shattered at
the .inkle nnd his right shoulder was
badly injuried.' It was thought at
fl-st that the' negro had 'Sustained
fatal injuries buthe now stand a
c'aance of recovery. -
FOR SALE-10 or 12 fine
Shopshire Sheep and one Ram.
F. D. LaRue,Parrottsville,Tenn.
Herbert Masters of Knoxville spent
Sunday here. . .
Mrs. H. h. W. Taylor, is visiting
in Greensboro, N. C.
Miss Dan Hurley is the guest of
Mrs. Mattie Lotspeitch.
' II. L. W.Taylor, left early Sunday
morning for Jioston, Mass.
Mrs. J. M. Stokely spent the first . of
the week in Knoxville.
Mrs. Will Stokely spent the week
with Mrs. Anna It. Stokely.
Mrs. Will Smith of Oak Grove, was
in Newport the last of the week.
Miss Mabel McSw.e t who hss been
seriously ill, is much improved
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Stokely have
been the guests of relatives here.
Estell Stokely , and Miss Lucile
Robinson spent Sunday in Knoxville.
Miss Willie Mae Hasson of Morris
town, spent Sunday with her brother
at Masters sanitarium. '
John Manor of Knoxville was in
Newport, the firt of tha week.
Miss JIattia Stokely left last week
for Nashviille where she takes up li
Ross Powell of Dechard, Tenn. was
the guest of the family of J. W.
Fisher, Sunday. -
C. F.. Cromer of Winston-Salem"; N.
C. spent a few days here with relatves
the past week. - .
Frank Early's Golden Wyandott
chickens won first priza at Knoxville,
for the pei in this class. ...
Carl McNabb left Sunday for
Stevenson, Ala., where he will travel
for the Bisa ley Shoe Company.
Miss Mary Cromer of Winston-Salem,
N. C, is expected here this week
for a visit with relatives and friends.
Misi Bils Rassell has resumsd her
course of study at the University of
Tennessee, and therefore will not
have a class here this year as she had
Mrs. Murphee, mother "of Mrs.
O'Hara, who has been here for the
summer, left last week for Birming
ham, Ala., where she will visit for
8 ; vera! weeks.. ,
, Mrs. W. F. Maxwell and two
daughters of Jacksonville, Fla. who
for the past several years have spent
the summers at Wolf Creek, will
leave this week for their home.
Breaks An Arm
D. T. Kirk of near Bybee', recently,
had the misfortune to fall from his
barn and break his Tight arm. . He
was i throwing up hay at the time
when something broke and precipitat
ed Him to the ground.,
penters.1 Address The Laurel
River Logging Company, Stack
house, N. C. ,
MRS. B. W. HOOPER
An interesting social event was the
reception given by Mrs. J. R. Stokely
Friday, complimentary to her lovely
sister, Mis. iJ. W. Hcoper.
i Upon the arrival of the guests, Miss
Fannie Stokely dispenced punch from
an attractive nook in the reception hall.
The three departments were docorat-
ed in a color scheme of green and geld.
Feathery bunches of golden rod were
artistically arranged here and there.
A pretty bit of sentiment connected
with the col jr scheme used, was the
same idea as was carried out just a year
ago,when Mrs. Stokely became a bride.
Assisting Mrs. Stokely in receiving, be
sides the honoree, was Mrs. J. R.
Jones, a charming young matron, her
self a lovely bride of less than a year.
Mrs. H. F. Holt and Mrs. J. M.
Jonas served coflee and. sandwiches.
Mrs. Stokely was charming in her wed
ding gown of white satin. Her flowers
were beautiful crysanthemums.
Mrs. Hooper wore white satia with
pearl trimmings. Mrs. Jones was at
tiredina rose messallne trimmed In
cream lace and pearls. Many f rie nds
called during the afternoon.
Mrs. H. F. Holt and son Richard,;
spent Tuesday at Crestmont.
Contest Nears Close
- ' (Continued from page 1)
to be awarded until October 12th and
the rumors i to the affect that Miss
Surething has a cinch on the piano
and that Miss Soand.w has the porch
set, are decidedly premature. The
contest manager has Aeen through too
many of these battles and has seen
the smile of certainty fane from too
many faces, not to make an effort to
warn the canldates against the sin of
over confidence. ,
. Don't ( think because you had a
windfall of vote last week and ex
pect to win a ifew of those certificates,
this week, that you can rest, on your
oars ami lafigh at the other fellows
You will get badly fooled if you dr
that. Prizes such us the Plain Talk are
offering do not go begginsr, many
shrewed people are in the race and
you can't tell what they can do.
On the other hand don't believe all
you hear about the million of votes
some candidates have up their sleeves.
Some of the candidates consider it good
business to try to scare out the timid
ones by mysteriously hinting at the
tremendous reserve they have stored
away in their breast pockets, while
others who hiay be twice as dangerous
go around telling that they don't ex
pect to win a thing, but just want to
get some excitement out of the con
test. Suit yourself m what you say
but don't, believe all you hear. Next
Thursday October 12th will tell to you.
Ej?fie JAckson Mmager.
Standing of contestants:
Uernice Hamed, Parrottsville.-.14400
Annie Bell, White rine-.:....1112o
Mildred McHarge, Newport 11225
Nell Robinson, Newport R. 11750
Jessie Sutton,Crestmont, N. C.-.11250
Vemie Stokely, Newport.. . 9720
Mattie McMillin, Cosby.:. 10460
Quick Sale of Ponies
Last Big Bonus Offer of 3
UK II IKsHIIIVIk
For Every Dollar Turned in During the Next Few Days!
Read Offer of the Manager on the First Page
Good chance to make your votes count heavy and win
the Ladies' Gold Watch, which is offered as a special
prize this week. 20,000 Free Votes as a second prize.
v Only a few more days in the contest Let every
body get busy.
1,000 votes for every dollars' worth of Jolt
Printing turned in during the contest
THURSDAY'S ISSUE OF
THE NEWPORT PLAIN
TALK contained an adver
tisement of the sale of ponies
by J. R. Jones. An order
for the insertion of the ad
vertisement for two weeks
. had been given, but the herd
had practically been sold out
Friday, and the order for the.
second insertion of the ad
vertisement was cancelled.
This is but one illustration
of the effectiveness of adver
tising in THE NEWPORT"
Laying Cement Floor
Messrs Parrott and Driskill are plac
ng a'cement foundation in the store
room recently vacated by the Hixon
grocery company, and it is said are
planning to install a stock or furniture
by the first of the year using the
Will Erect'A Warehouse
The Taylor Grocery company has
broken ground In the rear of their
building next to Willis and Ls Hue's
for a concrete warehouse, and the
structure will be erected at on ce.
High School Notes "CV"
Prof. E. II Moore spent Saturday
and Sunday In Russellville. What
about a new Library for the High
School. We are glad to learn that
James Murray is Improving. We hope
to have him back in school soon.
Could we not have shorter sessions
for the younger pupils? To compel
them to be coniined within the four
walls of the school-room so many
hours during the day for nine months
in the year, seems nothing short of
cruelty. ' ' -
Miss Smith's room entertained Miss
Houeycutts room last Friday after
noon. The good behavler oi the pupils
of the High School has recently been
commented upon. ' .
Boys, "A good name ls rather to be
chosen than great riches." Our school
was well represented at the Show.
Were we really benefitted by it? (
Mr. and Mrs. C. Mack Boyer return
ed Tuesday from their wedding tour.
. Dr.'B. P. Bible who has been dis
abled with a boil on his foot, is mov
ing around with the aid of a cane.
Torturing eczema spreads its burn
ing area every day.. Doan's Ointment
quickly stops its spreading, instantly
relieves the itching, cures it permanent
ly. At any drug store.
To the person who finds and
returns before October 10th '
MRS. BEN W. HOOPER'S
BREAST PIN, which was
lost at Carson's Springs this
From oil painting of Trafalgar Square and the National Gallery of
; Paintings, London. The Kirschbaum models shown on the male figures
are the La Paix Overcoat and the three-button Keggy Suit, both are
Youngfelo" models, ....
NE man brushes his hat and another doesn't.
That's because one thinks more of himself than
the other. People notice. The public takes a
man largely at his own valuation. - .
When a man thinks enough of himself to wear stylish
clothes; to wear fine all-wool fabrics; to wear unmistakably
hand-tailored garments he is appraised accordingly,
People say: "He's all right!" He's a good man!" "A
top-notcher!" "A live wire!" And so on. That sort of
thing is a mighty fine asset for any man.
For men who consider themselves good enough to dress
well, we have Kirschbaum's (Cherry Tree Brand) Clothes.
Stokely, Jones & Go.
Now is the time
to get a New
Hat, and you
can save some
of your hard
earned cash if
you will inspect
the line of La
dies Hats at
Geo. Neas of Salem spent Tuesday
with his ' son W. B. Ncas.
G. W. Caton ot Uosby was in the
' There's nothing ao good for a sore
throat as Dr. Thomas' Klectrie Oil.
Cures it in a few hours. Relieves
any pain in any part.
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