Chas. W. DeLaney, Proprietor
' Knoxville's leading hotel. In, the heart of
the business section,' Wall avenue, one block froir
Gay street. Has 140 outside room, 60 with pri
vate baths, all lurnished with ' brass beds, lull
felt mattresses' and the farapua Ideal Springs.
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Graduating Presents, in fact every
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n Corner o! Gay and Church Streets, Knoxville, Tenn;
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Every Progressive Farmer
Is having our telephone service installed, that he may instantly communicate
with the merchant, the physician, and in fact every one of importance.' He
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V: Poplar Pulp Wood
Specifications for the Champion Fibre Co.
; CANTON, N. C. - 5 '
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I Kind This classification includes Poplar, Lynn and Cucum
ber,. but specifically excludes Buckeye, which will not be accepted.
2 Sizfe No wood measuring under live (5) inches at the small
end will be accepted. Wood up to twelve (12) inches in diameter must
be lefff In the round and must not be spHt.' Larger sizes may be left in
the round; or may be so split as to permit the pieces to pass through a
twelve Inch ring, but the pieces so split must not show less than a ten
Inch face. 3 Length All sticks must measure five (5) feet and,
must be sawed, not chopped to length. 4 Bark Must be removed,
including all shreds of inner bark. Wood from which bark has been
chopped with an axe, after peeling season has closed, will not be ac
cepted, fl Knots Must be trimmed off close to the stick. Poorly
trimmed wood, or wood cut from the extreme tops' of trees and con
taining an excessive number of knots will not be accepted. 6 Crook
ed Wood Reasonably straight wood is required under these specifica
tion). Badly crooked sticks will be rejected. 7 Burnt and Doty
Wood Will not be accepted. 8 Loading After' the car has been
cleaned of dirt, wood must be placed in cars in even, well packed ranks
so as to obtain full carrying capacity of the car. 9 Freight On un
derloaded cars, and on rejected wood freight will be charged back.
10 Cord One hundred and sixty (160) cubic feet constitute, a cord.
Champion Fibre Company, Asheville, N. C.
Shipments and bills lading to Champion mre Vo.t canton, jn . u.
BOOK REVIEW OT
Sara Beaumont Kennedy has select
ed 14 Cicly". us the title far her story,
which in fact is a tale of the Georgia
march. The author has not selected a
new plot for her war time story but
she has told in a dat ing hold manner of
the outrage suffered by those people of
Georgia during the famous march of
Sherman to the sea. She pictures the
march to the sea for what it was, a
useless show of arms to a people already
crushed, war against women and chil
dren. It is a truthful narrative of the
great event which has been made the
subject of much history writing. The
burning of Atlanta and the sacking of
Savunah are pictured and the suffer
ings of the women a'ud children . is re
counted in exactness. '
The romantic love story upon which
the story is strung is filled with adven
ture and Clcly, the heorine is of the
type which was not uncommon in
those dark days, for she was loyal to
her cause to the core, but she did not
prove loyal to the young lover who
had won his promotion on the field of
battle, merely for her sake, but the
young Yankee captain who fell under
her care when wounded captured her
heart, and the author has done a pret
ty piece of work in weaving the net
around the young Confederate, so that
he too, looses his heart to another, and
Anally admits as much to. Clcly, who,
does not have to make the sacrifice of
heart, which she was planning to do
as long as she felt bound to the young
ofiicer.-T-Published by Doubleday , Page
& Co., New York. . Price $1.20.
41 Mother Carey's Chickens "
It has remained for Kale Douglas
Wiggin to produce the ideal Mother,
and in her new story, "Mother Carey's
Chickens" she has given us a womon
to be loved, a woman she, herself de
scribes "That is the sort of mother I
would have made had I been Nature
and given a free hand! I would have
put a label on Mrs. Carey, saying:
"This is what I meant a woman to
be!" 'Mother Carey's Chickens' is the
story of a period in the life of a naval'
officer's family, the officer having the
misfortune to diei without leaving them
sufficient means to live as they had
been accustomed: Without even a
word of regret the little mother plans
for the future, severs this tie and that,
and finally come to reside in a home in
a small village, where the generous
land lord, declines rent because his
property is being so well taken care of.
There are four children, two boys and
a girl and the eldest is about 16 when
the story is told, and yet these spoiled
children, under the magnetic care of
their mother never fret because of the
change in their surroundings. She
leads her children to adapt themselves
to the changed conditions and they do
it with enthusiasm. It is a story in
which the reader becomes an interest
ed spectator of the trials and joys of
the little family, and rejoices with
them in their ultimate good fortune.
Published by Houghton-Mifflin Co.,
Boston. Piice $1.2 net.
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" The Boss of Wind Riser "
A big hearted, determined boy, just
Out of college, finds himself heir to
his father's heavily involved dumber
business. There are many mortgages
but the business is sol vent, If the head
of the firm' has the nerve and wisdom
to carry it on. There' are numerous
competitors who are anxious to bring
attout a failure oh the part of the com
pany in order that they may profit by
it and inasmuch as the lumber bus
iuess at its best is rough work, there
are many opportunities for a good story
and this is what A. M. Chishohri has
woven about young Joe Kent, 4The
Boss of Wind River." V
The right to control the river in get
ting the logs to market brings up the
plot and it gives the author ample op
portunity to test the metal of young
Kent before he, finally besomes the
boss. Although the characters as a
whole are rough men, a young out
door girl, tne daughter of an oldifriend
of his father's plays an important part
iii the story and it is her inspiration
which brings out the best in young
Kent. Published by Doubleday, Page
&Co., New York. Price$1.20 net.
tune coming to the stricken family
and he takes it upon himself to see
that they receive the money.
With new wealth, Melindy , does
society, although it was not ac
complished without much work, and
she does gjod whenever possible.
She buys back the old family work
horse, a horse which had good blood in
her veins and she makes a race horse
out of her. The old nag is a rank out
and Melindy decides that the horse
could run better with & little backing
so she tieconies a plunger and makes a
bet. In the first heat her horse does
not do well and she declares that he
needs more encouragement and he
wins the race. -.
The reader would rather have seen
the old horse make a good sho jvlng in
her first race than to have won, but
luck was with Melindy .and she had
gambled for her first and (last time,
but only because she thought Old Sol
needed encouragement., ' 1 '
. There are two pretty love stories in
41 Down Our Way," and itleaigood
story, well told. Published by Dodd
Mead & Co., New York. Price $1,25
('J Down Our Way")
It is a joy to meet Melindy Miller,
the heroine of Leila Hall Smith's
novel, " Down Onr Way. 14
Melindy is a character to gain the
love of the reader. In poverty we
like her, but in the enjoyment of her
wealth she is lovable.
The ignorance of Melindy and her
daughter, Nancy, is overdrawn in the
opening chapter, when we first became
acquainted with them in the ,big lail
road station at St. Louis, but the
character work of the author soon
overdraws the first few chapters and
we know Melindy for. what . she is, a
true, unselfish woman, where spirits
qannot be drowned by adversity.
While in the need of want, with
her children gathering coal from the!
railroad and their cow starving to
death, a good deed in the shape of a
wealthy friend appears and In order to
help the stricken family along, pavs
$100 for an old chest an heirloom and
in one of the pigeonholes he finds J
papers which show that there is a for- j
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One farm, one mile from Concord'
56 1-2 acres with good buildings and 2
good springs, creek running through
farm. Price ?2,500.
80 acres on an island. Will produce
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good market,two schools and churches. '
240 acres good red land, 75 acres In
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Death Of Child
A two-year,old girl of Isaac Holt of
near Bybee died Sunday night Irom a
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