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Forty-Eight Trains a Day.
Knoxvillo, Ti'Uti., Aug. .11. To han dle the great crowds which are expected to be drawn to this city by the Appa lachian Exposition,. Sept 12 to Oct. 12, the Southern Railway lias completed ar rangernents for a regular passenger train service of 24 trains in and a like nuni- ' lxr f'lit (jf Knoxvillo every day during the exposition, giving one train in and out of Knoxville every hour of the day. Night trains in each direction between Chattanooga and Knoxvillo and between Urntol and Knoxvillo will be a feature nf the through service, while the local Hervice will be extensive and ample. In each direction there will l; five train per day from the South and .Southwest, three from the South and Southeast, six from the North and East, six from the North, and two from the Northwest. For the various special occasions which have been arranged the Southern will operate extensive special train service. Shuttle trains to the exposition grounds will also beopcrated. Fifty-two officials and representatives of the passenger department of the Southern recently met in Knoxvillo and after a full inspection of the exposition, which resulted in the greatest enthusi asm concerning the prospects of the ex position, completed all arrangements for running this extensive train service. The Appalachian will set a splendid mark in preparedness. AH buildings are now complete, many exhibits are being put in place, and the exposition will be at its best on opening day. Leonidas folk Chapter, U. I). C, an nounce another dinner to be served next Monday in the court yard. Quito a number patronized the ladies last Mon day, and they wish to say that the meal next Monday will be as good in every respect as the hist. We don't propose to sell all the earth at once or at any time, but wo are offering Hi ices of same at prices that will make tho purchaser money. When in the market to buy, sell, rent or insure property of any kind call on, write or phoue us. Carter & lute. Mrs. E. A. Kieser. Mrs. Elia A. Kieser, formerly of this place and widow of the late Frederick W. Kieser, died at Rogers, Ark., Aug 30, 1U10, at (1:00 a. m., while on a visit to her son, Jas. Kieser, and was buried at Mount Zion Sept. 2. , Mrs. Kieser was born Nov. 21, 1841, at niempnis, ienn., ana in iso'.t was married to L. W. Hannah at Memphis To this union was born one daughter, now Mrs. I). A. Luten, of Union City. Mr. Hannah died in 181)0, and on Jan ? 21, 1SG8, she was married to Frederick W. Kieser, to whom were born six chil dren, four of whom are still living- J. F. Kieser, of Rogers, Ark., Virginia (Mrs. G. L. Kmiiiiser), of Greenville, Miss.; Irene (Mrs. W. A. Swift), of Tex arkana, Ark., and Miss Ivy Maude, who lived with her at her homo in Little Rock. Two of her children, John F. Kieser and Annie (Mrs. H. T. Emerson) having preceded her. She also reared four step-children -Mr. Will Kieser (deceased), Mrs. Bush, Mrs. Williams (deceased), and Miss Mary Kieser, who -lived with her and was at her bedside when she died. Mr. and Mrs. Kieser lived in Hick man for a while and then they lived at their beautiful home near Jordan, and it was here that we first knew her, per haps thirty years ago. We found in her a woman of great depth of charac terstrong Christianity that had be gun back in her early days at Memphis, where she attended Sunday School at , the First Methodist Church and where she became a member when quite young. She was a member of Mount Zion church for 22 years and was one of our most active and influential members. She loved the Sunday School work, and the writer was a member of her class. Mrs. Kieser's home was always open to everyone, and the many pleasant evenings spent there with this happy family will linger with us through the coming years. After leaviug here they moved to Un ion City, where Mr. Kieser died in June, 1900. Afterwards they moved to Little Rock, Ark., where she was living at the time of her death. She had united with the church at that place and was a mem ber of the Sunday School, where she be longed to the Bible class. . Mr. J. F. Kieser, Mrs. Eminiser, Misses Mary and Ivy Maude Kieser ac companied her remains here for burial. Tho funeral services were conducted by Rev. W. C. Sellars at the residence of Mrs. 1). A. Luten, assisted with a few selections in music, after which the serv ices were coucluded at Mount Zion, where suitable decorations were arranged by loving friends. Rev. C. C. Newbill, pastor, concluded tho service with a brief sketch of tho life and work of our dear sister, after which the few words of a benediction and the last sad rites were at tended to in the family burying ground. Many Moral emblems were left there from Bentonville, Monteagle, Union City and Mount Zion, sweet tokens of the high esteem with which she was held among her many friends. We have listed outright Obion Coun ty properties for sale from 'ISOO to $120,000. When we make a price we aro in a position to deliver the goods, and will. See us w hen in the market to buy or sell real estate of any kind. Carter &. White. When you you want cypress ' Fencing and boxing don't fail to call on J. F. Carpenters LEADERS IN QUALITY LEADERS IN STYLE Who jrl Y ypiiotizecl Who made you believe in the superiority of Kuppenheimer Clothes for men and young men, for quality, for style, for workmanship, for fit, for finish and for durability ? Here is the milk in the cocoanut You believe it. You know it. Why? Because you have worn them and have in duced your friends to buy them. And they, as well as yourself, have resolved to buy nothing" but the best and that's a Kup penheimer. We have a complete line for fall. 1 1 ill I copyright 1910 Ih t ' v 4, , - 4 I li I II he House of Kuppeoheimer i' Til MviwIM ' ml .....Largest Line of MEN'S FURNISHINGS in this Section j , ' T - II. " i Jfejfifiw' ) Children's Clothing Department In this Department you will find a larger assortment of styles, col ors and fabrics than you have ever been able to find in this market. And the prices are not one penny higher. They are now ready for your in spection. Fall Footwear for Men We still handle the well known Nettletons and Walkovers for men, recognized in eveiy civilized country as the best shoes for style, comfort and durability made. .fjON SPECIE HATS IRREEOSCo... HuCHhSTkK N.Y. V:.': Splendid Showing in Fall Footwear The famous E. P. Reed shoes for women are still the favorites with more particular dressers. We have them in black buckskin, black suede, black velvet, ooze kid, patent leather, gunmetals and vicis. Children's Shoes for Fall We have the most complete line for this fall and winter wear we have ever carried before. But our in creased sales in this department de manded it. We are sure we can please you with just what you want in this line. All Summer Clothing; and Oxfords for Men, Women and Children are selling at Wholesale Hardly, MsiloEe ' Jones ONE PRICED THE HOUSE OF QUALITY; ONE PRICE