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'A I I t I Jl 'n Professional Cards Dr. B;F. Bible DENTAL SURGEON Office Over Drug Store Opposite 4tho Depot. GEORGE W. GORRELL Attorney at Law Office Opposite Southern Railway Depot Newport, Tbnn. Insure Your Dwellings Barns and Stock with Geo. F. Smith NkWPOHT, Tenn. . 2 Represents tlie oldest Firo f Insurance Company in the US. Capital stock 4,000,000 Office Smith's Drug Store. McCabI Lumber-Go. ; Buyers of - T Specialties Chestnut Walnut Box 18 i. newnon. Tennessee s, , - livery and . Fine New Turnouts. Best Horses in the City. Every Buggy in Good Repair. older NEWPORT, TENN. Chancery Sale Pursuant to a decree- of the Chan cery Court at Newport, Tennessee, pronounced at the August term, 1911, Jn the cause of B. W. Hooper, Exr., vs. J. M. Turner, et a!., I will sell to the highest and best bidder, at Public; Auction, at the Courthouse door in Newport,' on Saturday, the 28th -day of October,-1911, at 1 o'clock p. m., the Real Estate described in complain ant's bill situate In the Third Civil district of Cocke county, Tennessee, and known as the Calvin Adkins, de ceased, land, adjoining the lands of J.M.Turner, Monroe Calfee, Cornell heirs, Nathan .Adkins, John Holt, Moore, Freeman and others, containing by estimation 196 acres, . more or less. TERMS OP SALE , Sale will be made on a credit of six and twelve months, time and in bar of the equity ol redemption. Notes in eaual sums with approved personal security, bearing interest irom date will be required of the purchaser, and a lien will be retained, on the property, as further security. This 25th day of September, 1911. 9-28-41 A. A. CATES, C. & M. CHICHESTER SPILLS DIAMOND Ask your rtfflt for CTrt-CHES-TItft'S A DIAMOND BRAND PIL13 in Rro ndA Gold metallic boxes, eealed with Blue0 Ribbon. TACB NO OTHER. Bn-?yry nOT..t -d .lr tarn (IIII.CHI'S.TLK 9 V EaMooiLiiier BRAND ..at" -tea ., Come in and s vake in '"' that $ The fifteen -dollar all-wool clothes you've been reading' about Suits and Overcoats of a wear ing quality, style and fit for which you've always paid at leasf $20 are now in stock at this store. We've 1 a wide assort ment embracing all the preferred styles and colors.. Come in and see them! The manufacturer's guarantee of j absolute Satisfaction goes with every i sale made. YOU GET A NEW, GARMENT IN EXCHANGE, FREE OF COST, IF FOR ANY REASON WHATEVER THE "AMERICAN STANDARD 15? PROVES UNSATISFACTORY. We are sole agents for the above make of guaranteed fine clothing in Newport, the Best and Cheapest ever offered to Cocke county people for the money. "The Clothiers" Ravens Branch News Ravens Branch, Oct., 2. The hard est storm for some time was ' a v isitor in our section .Saturday night. This was the cause of a failure in our ral ly on that night. Sol. L. Rollins who is in charge of the Harmony Grove school was among homefolks Saturday. Prof. Joe Rose, our efficient teacher is doing a good work among the kids of pur community. Joe is a good in structor and we wish him success. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Rollins are visit ing Mr.'-and Mrs. L.N. Hall on Cattalloochee N. C. Th ! mansion being erected by the 44 Squatter Sovereignty" is near com pletion. Arch Hall has been appoint ed to make the dedication speech by the,assistance of Sol Black. A noted wedding was pulled off in our county last -week. Dave Manis led to the sacred alter Miss Zora Miller the charming daughter of A. J. Miller. S. L. Rollins and Miss Emiline El lison were appointed to escort the two from the parlor to the lawn where an eager crowd stood waiting with Rev. W. H. Waters, who pronounced them man and wife. When the hour (11:15) arrived the bride and , groom were slowly and solemly escorted to the front y yard, where a rug, made of barley starw, furnished by J. C. Rollin for the occasion, and on this their right foot was placed and married ac cording to ancient style. Dr. N. G. Ball who is residing in a i 1V1 J as. ySSfir YBrfc S W ifl ; '1' Jl "H fM HILMAR EHRMANN & C07l--J.,j'-4 JU J&&k Fill out this coupon and mail to us with Postal Money Order or draft for $6.00, and we will send you (Express Prepaid) 2 gallons famous "QUEEN OF NELSON'' Bourbon, 6 years old, and include 1 fulLgallon of the finest California Wine FREE. . - . , ' -i - W . ;. ,, . , . .-. HILMAR EHRMAKM & CO., DistSiters, LOUISVILLE, KY.:'?':; Name ee ' for yourself Suits and Overcoat ' ...... ( ' 1 5.00 ever THE STANDARD SUIT VALUE OFAMERICA B. D. JONES & SON the "Gult" was visiting relatives last week. Dr. Tom Brown of Hartford, was in our berg Saturday administering elec tric shocks the kind he gives to all doc tors. He says he is more careful than in former days when he could shake the itelh from a head. The doctor claims the electricity he generates will act on a man who carries drugs in his pockets quicker than without. The ball game between Grassy Fork and M'idway was very exciting. The feature of the game was when Dr. Ford attempted to catch . a fly when his feet flew from under him, to the front, causing the Dr. to badly bruise his" breast plate". Another great feat was when Joe Rose made an at tempt to catch a drop jumping in front of the batter and as he had his mask changed rand saved him from being badly, bruised. ' WOULD GIVE SMALL SCHOOLS, LIBRARIES Miss Annie . Wood ot 1 Beacon Street, Boston ' appeared at the club room of the Woman's Improvement club Tuesday afternoon in" the interest of the "Lend-a-Hand Book Mission. The rooms were very attractive the members having brought vases of cut flowers for the occasion. - . Miss Wood delivered an intesesting talk about the libraries to be distrib uted through East Tennessee and West . - P. 0.1- this biggest IS bougHtl Newport, Tenn. North Carolina. In part Miss Wood described her work as follows: "The Lend-a-Hand Book Mission, which I now represent was originated by my aunt. . Miss Sarah P. Brigliam about twenty years ago. She carriad forward the work until Jier death last May, having given her time and strength to this educational enterprise during those years. "It has been decided to continue her undertaken and I am in the South to ascertain the needs of different locali ties and to meet the needs with read ing donated from the North. "The purpose of theLmd-a-Hand Book Mission is to supply reading free of cost to any section where there is a lack of books. . "In the past Miss Brigham has co operated with the county school super intendents who have been most help ful in taking charge of the books sent. "A small library of 25 books for child ren is forwarded from Boston, with the cost of freight perpaid, to super intendent who will assume charge of it-. .' ' .. : .. -.i "Now that the State and counties have offered aid there are fewer locali ties where these libraries are needed than some years ago but in the mount uinjegion of North Carolina and Tennessee there are still schools where there are no books beside those used in the school work. "It is to such communiteis as these that the Book Mission is ready to offer aid by sending perhaps $10 worth of books, If a school will raise $5, or if un- I " MEN I or ALL I able t( furnish any money, it will give u small library to. be placed in care of the oui)y superintendent, irt the hope that a taste for reading will becultlvtled among the pupils. "Other features of Miss BrighaW w.rk has been supplying reading to th prisoners in the camps and prisons and in several instances evening scho 'Is a mong the convicts have been e-stablihed the text books having ibecn given by the Book Mission. Free libraries in prisons have been donated: in some towns first aid has been given to start free public libraries by the gift of a few books as a neucleus; in other villages a number of books have ten sent to help a public library already established: in the past travelling libraries have been given to the Wo man's Clubs to be placed where ii was thought best and under their supervision. "In fact the Lend-a-Hand Book Miss ion has tried to assist any community where an interest lias b wn manifesteJ in reading and where funds aie lack ing with which to obtain books. "It is hoped, with the to- pjraiion of Southern friends, to make their ed ucational project mora effective each year, and tt reach the most remote mountain villlages. , "Any suggestion ps to the best way of carrying forward this movement wil be greatly-appreciated. ''I shall be very glad to answeranv questions regarding the B joIi Mission.'' NEWPORT MARKET REPORT Oct. P, 1911. . WHOLESALE TRICES. Corn, per bi -$ .80 Wheat, per bu.; 1.00 Oats, per bu... .f;C Eggs, perdoz .16 Hens, perlb .CO Fryers, per lb 1 .05) Roosters, per lb. ... .04 Turkeys, per lb.: - .09 Ducks, perlb. .01 Geese, perlul.-.--. .2.". Flint hides ..... . .1 Salt hides ... .13 Green hides.. si .07 Butter, per lb.. .13 Tallow -0.ri Beeswax .25 Ginseng '.... . 5.50 Corrected weeklv. , . .. i . Mother of Clubo. ' The first woman's club in. America was organized in New Harmony by the late Mrs. Constance Runcie on Sept. 20. 1855. This was nine years before the organization of th. Sorosis club of New York, iu 1807 Mrs Run cie formed the Bronte club and later became the head of an organization which has since that time borne -her name and of which she was elected president for life. At the .biennial convention of the Federation of Wo men's Clubs held in St. Paul five years ago the title of "mother of clubs" was conferred upon her, and two years later, at a similar gathering in BoS' ton. she was received with signal bon ors as the pioneer lu fhe club move ment Outlook. ,: PURE' SENT LINEN WAIST PREPAID $! Hand Embrold' ered TEST OUR VALUES We Offer This Pure Linen AA Haitd Embroidered Waist. Y l'"l Sent Prepaid For. ...... j - ORDER NO. 242B This Decidedly Neitr "Waist is a a great Value at this Price. The lace insert is of one piece Filet in a handsome Daisy Pattern. The : high neck and deep cuffs are out lined with beading, and collar and wrists are finished with a, fancy embroidery edge. Attractive long lines make it becoming to every figure. - You will be delighted with ' the style and workmanship.C This waist is only one of many shown in Our' New Fall and Winter Beautifully Illustrated Style. Catalog. -MAILED FREE. . 2 S- 71' 'V J Vk- - g-.asi Fashicn f jl Bo. FREE PRISON WARDEN " hi l i n ii 1 f 5 Charges V Have Been 1 Brought Against Silas W. Anderson. ', Nashville. Oct.-,;i.' -Charges have been preferred against Warden Silas W. Anderson, ot the Bushy MQunlaln mines. It developed that two In dictments have ben returned against him by the grand jury of Dekalb county, one charging him . with drunkenness, and the other with carrying a pistol. The alleged drunken ness is laid at a time lust November . and the alleged pistol carrying al a time nearly a year ago. When asked regarding the truth of the matter Monday Gov. Hooper ad mitted that charges had been preferred. "Yes, it is a fact that a charge has been preferred against Wardau Ander son" said Gjv. Hooper, not In a for mal way however, merely by a eommu- uoaUoii 10 uie of the in ormatlon that two indictments were found against Mr. Anderson by the grand Jury of Dekalb county, at the recent term of the circuit court. f1, "On the day that I received this in formation I began an investigation of.. he facts, which is still in - progress. I have received statements and affidavits both for and against Mr. Anderson , . and ani expecting others.- , "After some investigation 1 1 sum- moned Mr. Anderson here last week and notified him to furnish me with the facts from his standpoint. Mr. (Yudcrson and his friends claim that these indictments were inspired by po ilical and personal enemies of his, but how this is I did not know."j When asked what steps he would probably lake In the matter, Gov. Hooper replied: - "I do not . care to indicate at thin time what my attitudo in the matter will be, further than to say that I will endeavor to do justice both to the .' uublic service and to MrV Andersen. "I especially regret this occurrence for the reason that Mr. Anderson has been making a splendid warden and has won the approval of .all the of (iclals of the branch prison. , Dr. St. John, retiring physician, recently took occasion , to speak very highly of Mr. Anderson's work as wnjrden." , Three courses are open to Gov. Hooper. The first Is to pay no atten- , lion to the charges and let 1 he indict- nients proceed to the trial. The sec ond is to, suspend Mr.. Anderson pend iug ;he disposition of these, indict ments. The third is to dismiss Mr. Anderson. ' ' ', ; !,,Nl - The next term of court in Dekalb county is some three months off and" the indictments cannot be brought be fore a jury until that time. In the meantime Gov. Hooper is continuing his investigations and will, should the. charges be apparently sustained 1 by affidavits, be compelled to. suspend, Warden Anderson ur.til the indlct--ments are disposed of. ' -; : r . s For fix years Mr. Anderson was. sheriff of Dekalb county, and lias a host of friends in that section of thq state. , -v ' ' t ', Hie application for appointment to the office was recomended by his friends in ail parts. He sucaeeded warden Englisn in August. The offences with which he charged both occurred some months before his induction intp office and in one case a year before' that event. Ed Clevenger who is attending school at Harriman, spent Sunday at home. . , . . OlflAKellerBourlidii One of Kentucky's Oldest and . Most Popular Brands. Case of 12 full quarts, Spring 1903 Bot ' tied in Bond, 8 Years OldV- $10.75 i i ' ' V Per Case Express . 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