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Dr. B. F. Bible ' " DENTAL SURGEON ' . Office Over Drug Store Opposite the Depot. GEORGE W. GORRELL Attorney at Law Office Opposite Southern Railway Depot Newport, Tenn. Insure Your Dwellings Barns and Stock with Geo. F. Smith Newport, Tenn. ; Represents the oldest Fire Insurance Company in the US. Capital stock $4, 000, 000 Office Smith's Drug Store.-' McCabe Lumber Go. ; Buyers of i I I : Specialties Chestnut Walnut Box 18 Newport, Tennessee It Livery and Feed Stable Fine New Turnouts. Best Horses in the City. v Every Buggy in Good Repair. CX. Holder NEWPORT, TENN. Chancery Sale Pursuant to a decree of the Chan cery Court at Newport, Tennessee, pronounced at the August term, 1911, in the cause of B. W. Hooper, Exr., vs. J. M. Turner, et ai., I will sell to ii.. L I u . i 1 i. VMi & -n t.ti- me uiguesi nau uesw uiuuer, hi jtuuims 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 OF SALE Sale will be made on a credit of six and twelve months time and in bar of the equity of redemption. Notes in equal sums with approved personal security., bearing interest from 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. 9-28-4t A. A. CATES, C. & M. Special Flour Sale at The Tay lors' Store for Thursday and Fri day, October 12th and 13th Calla Lilly Flour 60c for 24 pounds; Cotton Bloon Flour 55c for 24 pounds. Mrs. J. M. Stokely delightfully en tertalned, the members of her Sunday School class with a party at the Bap- list Cnurch. .- Monday evening. The children sang several isongs and play ed games. Icecream and cakes were eerved. . HardwooaLumoGF :We';Giv;Yjpu a New Sliitor Oveiv coat in J Exchange, If For Any Reason Whatever You Are Only Worth at Least $20 The "American Standard 15" is made in Baltimore ' The City of Economy" in a big, sunshiny factory equipped with every modern improvement for economical production. That is one of the reasons why the manufacturers can produce such remarkable value to retail for so little money. You are given the benefit of the economy. ' Once you see the "American Standard 15," try it on, note the correctness of its style and how perfectly it fits and becomes you, you will be glad to save the five or ten dollars more that you would have to pay elsewhere to duplicate it. Our broad "guarantee makes dissatisfaction impossible. 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. B. D. JONES & SON "The Clothiers" SHIPLEY CALLS EARLY MEETING (Continued from page 1) methods are practiced with reference to the nomination. ; They ' prefer a primary, for they feel that no man who might be nominated could possi bly defeat the congressman in a fair primary. At any rale, the situation is full of lntrest, and there is strong promise of great activity in the near future That the opposition is contemplating a fight is not? denied by men who are prominent in the factions opposed to Congressman .Sells. They declare that the congressman has made many enemies by his progressive tacties and his method of dealing with the pat ronage question. V On the other hand,' the friends of the congressman declare that ho has met every expectation; that he has shown himself able to control the patronage, situation, indicating his strength with the administration, arid that in legisla tive matters he has done as much as any republican could, possibly 'have done, who had to serve in a democratic house . v . ? . ' Fresh Nuts, Seeded Raisins and Celery Taylor Grocery Co. ' ": m V ill' f!f"'f I I TMC 0UICKC4T 5HIPPtR IW AMEBIC" T-'Tr.-f?. -?S,r X 1 'rft?40 V fat i fc i rr-iiinr n -niii iai a ? " Fill out this coupon and mail to us with Postal Monev Order or draft for $8.00, and we will send you 5 1 (Express Prepaid) 2 gallons famous "QUEEN OF NELSON" Bourbon, 6 years old, and include 1 full gallon 2 of the finest California Wine FREE, . t r" ' , ' HILMAR EHRMANN & CO., Distillers, LOUISVILLE, KY. v i Name - - - - P. 0 I Express to-.: . fc -..... . Not Satisfied THE STANDARD SUIT VALUE OFAMERICA ) LA 11 M PAT.orr, First Baptist Church. J. W. O'Hara Pastor. ' : ...... Preaching 10:45 a. m., and 7:20 p. m. Subjects, "Holy Men of Old" and "Looking to Jessus." C; - , 8. 8. 9:30 a. m., S. R. McSween and Jas. Stokely Supts. B. Y. P. U 6:30 p. m.,Cicero SparW? Pres. Miss Mae Stokely, Leader. Midweek service 7.-00 p. m., Wed nesday. Workers meeting 7:15 p. m., Friday. All are " cordially Invited to at tend. .''. Here After Long Absence I Allen Ottinger, brother" of A: J. Ottinger, the well known Parrottsville citizen, is back in Newport after an absence of nearly twenty-eight years, having left Parrottsville for his preeent home in Oregon more .than 27 years ago.S Miss Catherine McSween, the at tractive daughter of Mr. and Mr W. J. MCSween left Monday morning for Agnes Scott College at B-ecatyirr, ' ' With thfe I MEN Y lOTAUJi Vages i i Newport, Tenn. NEWPORT MARKET REPORT Oct. 12,- 1911. ; WHOLESALE TRICES. Corn, per bu. .80 Wheat, per bu.i. 1.00 Oats, per bu. .50 Eggs, per do?. ,16 Hens, perilb. i .09 Fryers, per lb .09 Roosters, per lb.I .04 Turkeys, per lb. .09 Ducks, perlb.. ... .09 Geese, per lid .25 Mint hides . .14 Salt hides......... ..... .13 Green hides ; .07 Butter, per lb. i . .13 Tallow . .... .05 Beeswax J... .25 Ginseng 550 Corrected weekly f Will Serve Oysters The Ladies of the Eastern Star, which Is a branch of the Masons, will give an oyster supper on the court house lawn, Tuesday, evening, Octob er 17. The public is cordially invited 6 attend.'" --.. ;-" . itch! Itch! Itch! Scratch Scratch! Scratch! The more you scratch the worse the itch. Try Doan's Ointment. 1 cures piles," ecezma, any skin itch ing. All druggists sell it. . iUNTING SEASON ; - is now opp For Certain Game Can't Hunt Quail Until After the 15th of November. . H. T. Tullsen, president of the East Tennessee Audubon society, has issued the following statement for the benelit of Tennessee nlmrods: "For many kinds of game the open season commenced on October 1, and for others it began even before this time. From now until Apiil 15 the lollowlng species ma7. be -hunted: Woodcock, robin, marsh, blackbird, tattler, plover, curlew, willed goodwlt, sandpiper, snipe, avocet, coot, mud hen, rail, ducks, geese, brant and swan. ( "Quail or bobwhite (often improp erly called par: ridge) cannot be hunlj ed until November 15, and the season will close March 1. The new law passed by the state legislature pro hibits the sale of quail and robins. "Grouse, pheasant (except English ring-necked pheasant,) meudowlarke, and wild turkeys may be hunted from November 1 to March 1. Non-game birds are protected at all seasons. '.'Rabbits may be hunted at all sea sons and sold without license. By the new law deer receive absolute protec tion until October 1, 1915. "The bag limit is fifty ducks a day, or, in the aggregate, thirty head of any other of the game birds specified, For violation of any of the laws re lating to game there is a fine of not less $25 nor more than $50 for each ofren.se. "It 4s recommended that every hunt er as well as every other interested person procure a copy of the state game laws. Write ,the state game warden, Nashville," and receive the pamphlet free of charge. "Many persons appear to be under the impression that the Audubon so cieties are opposed to 4the killing of game. This is an error. It is to the infringement of the game laws and to their non-enforcement that the associa tion is opposed It is believed,' how ever, that some of the game laws could be ilmproved. Thus, doves, meadowlarke (robins and most of the shore Jbirds, which. are great insect, eaters, as the biological survey has proven, should bs taken from the list of birds that are hunted. And the quail season should be shortened, for another thing, in order that the birds may regain some of the ground it has lost. ' "The: Audubon societies are friends to the genuine sportsman, not his ene mies, for they want the game of the country conserved that is, put to the best use, and not destroyed. The pas senger pigeon would now have been one of our noblest game birds had it received protection by law. Many sportsman are recognizing the fact that their cause aided by the bird protection societies, and are conse quently affiliating with them.' THE BITTER CAMPAIGN CLOSES For Municipal Honors Closed at , Nashville Tuesday . v Night. ' Nashville, Tann., Oct. lO.Tqnight witnessed the closing rallies in one of the bitterest city campaign Nashville has witnessed in - years. The main tickets are led by Mayori Hllray E. Howse, largely supported by regular democrats, and r. W. C. Gillispie, a young dentist, backed by the to-called law enforcement element, as rival can didates for mayor. . The. prohibition lines are not strictly drawn between the two.The third ticket is composed of socialists, one of whose campaign declarations is for woman's suffrage. . DR. JEFFRIES GOES TO SOUTH CAROLINA Rev. M. D. Jeff lies, formerly presi dent of the Carson & Newman College, Jeflerson City, has accepted a call to become pastor of the First Baptist church at Edgefield, South Carolina. Dr. Jeffries will assume the charge at Edgefield next Sunday. SMASHING A HAT COSTS MAN'S LIFE Enraged Over Treatment, Jewell Bush Kills Will Welsh at '. Memphis. 1 Memphis, Tenn., Oct. 11 Angered because Willie Welsh refused to pay for his hat which he had torn up, Jewell Bush, 12 years old, procured a shotgun and emptied its contents into Welsh's body in front of Abraham's store, killing him instantly. Tbe trouble arose out of a bantering dsjussion over the hat Bush was wear ing. During the argument ' Welsh smashed the hat, and Bush demanded thadhe pay $3.50 for it. Welsh olered him fifty cents, which so enraged Bush that he went ofl after the shotgun, and coming back, shot Welsh. Bush is a blacksmith. Welsh was a young, working man about 15 years old. TILMAN BREEDEN HURT AT CRESTMONT Crestmont, N. C. Oct., 11 Tilman Breeden happened with painful ac cident one day last week. While walking the running board on the en gine his Teet slipped and he fell and as the engine was moving he could not get back on and he fell dislocating his left shoulder. Dr. McMahan reset it and he is doing fine at this writing. 6chool began Monday morning with Prof. J. E. Henry and Miss Iva Han nah as teachers. A new building has been built and will be more convenient than the old one. Mrs. Allen of Knoxville, is visiting her daughter Mrs. James Coggins. The Sunday School convention held here Sunday was well attended. GIRLS WON; BOYS HOOKED CANDY T A. 11 T O. luucaiiuvrii, vui. 11 ajcc mxouge id Sunday for Knoxville where he has a position with a company as book keeper. . The I. O. O. F. lodge gave a supper baturday night and a large crowd was present. Solomon L. Rollins visited J. H. Franks Saturday night. " Rev. Pree of Newport is assisting in the protracted meeting at Nough, - The following were present at the Morristown conference from our town. Mr. and Mrs. W.-.V. Jones, J. B. Henderson, "Uncle" M. M. Jones. The SundaA" School convention at Jones' Chapel begins Friday, Oct, 13. a large crowd is expected. , Miss Eunice Harris, who is teaching at Hucklcberrj', came home on a two days' stay. , Miss Bailie Mooneyham, Mho Is the efficient teacher at Mulberry, spent Sunday at her , ho me at Del Rio. Misses Eunice Harris and' Kate Huff were shopping in Newport Saturday. " The "Spelling Bee" between the . girls and boys was a sucess, the girls winning 56 to 47. The captain of the boys agreed to buy the candy oy ine help of the others who might chip in to purchase the treat.' After the spell was over, the captain of the boys and one of his spcllrs refused, not paying his share, but they hooked each of them, a box of candy and left the room, not returning to . pay for the candy. Bo Solomon Rollins, Estle Stokely and 'Wayne Goodnough, by the assistance of ithe girls, payed for the candy. I know the girls appreci ate the nerve of these boys and the ... 1 til kn tU In ....inn Af inaco nnvii will uo bucii. iai . the next contest, that ithe girls have which will be sometime In the f utugc Rankin News Rankin, Oct. 10 Every-body hag smile on thlr face this a. m.f over the nice rain we had last night. ; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Miller, Mr. and Mrs. John Clark, Misses Rose and Amanda Strange, Mrs. Dr. Roadman, Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Stuart, Mr. W. H. Strange, Mrs. Nelson, Howard Clark, i . ' r.Annn .t MVirHat.nwn last week, reported a fine time. Ted Roadman was a visitor in Ran- n Hnnriair MtRR Djcia Strange IS Improving fast. Miss Essie McNabb, . visiting friends at this place. Mrs. W. Yomet and family are visiting home folks. J. H. Redwine is very low death expected any time. Mr. Porter Morgan visiting home folks yesterday and some few others .smiled when they saw him step off train. Mr. B. L. Morgan and family left heie Monday for Newport where they will make their home.'