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Ming O T T bZSgZ&' Jk liniheBankll That is what you save by buying a South Bend Watch on our dub plan instead of paying the regular in stallment price. And you will own in the South Bend Watch which we offer on these terms a watch that will give you a life time of accurate ser vice A watch backed by our per sonal guarantee as well as the manufacturers'. Let us show where you save by the club plan of buying take advantage of this oppor tunity for the club offer is for a limited time only. A. E. McCULLOCH Maryville, Tenn. Local Mention Fresh turnip seed of all kinds in bulk at G. A. Toole's. D. Webb of Townsend paid our cUy a visit Monday. J. T. Sams of Rockford spent Wednesday in our city. Atty. Sam H. Dunn of Townsend spent Tuesday in our city, If ynu have a house and lot for sale see McNutt & Broyles. Dr. B. E. DeLozier of Townsend spent Monday in our city. Lon Kizer of Byington was a visitor at this place Monday. Alvin Walker of Walland, was eeen on our streets Monday i Get your Porch Swings and Ice Bjxes at G. N. Mize & Son. . Esq. George W. Emert of Town send spent Monday in our city. Capt. J. P. Edmondson of Knox ville spent Wednesday at this place. L S. Seaton of Route 1, is another one to join the Times army of read ers. F. P. Walker of Greenback Route 4 was a visitor in our city on Mon day. Dr. N. C. Ellis of Friendsville was a business caller in Maryville Monday, James McGaha, of Greenback, Route 4, was in our city on last Monday, Prof. W. D Hammontiee of , Route 1, has joined the Tirres army of readers. Eyes tested and glasses properly fitted by A. E. McCulloch, Jeweler & Optician, Dick Goddard of the Leeper Milling Company was a recent vis itor at this place. Rev. J. S. Jones, Pastor of a local church at Chattanooga spent Friday in our city. 1 3i Horse New Way Gasoline Engine for sale at Sexton's Shop almost new and at a bargain. When baby suffers with croup, apply and give Dr. Thomas' Elec tric Oil at once. Safe for children. A Jitt'e goes a long way. 25c and 60o. At all drug stores. W. A. Bunch of Ptros, Tenn., sends in h; sul scriptkn to our pa per. Another new one. Esqs. J. A. .Tm-ks n and J. L. Hackney of Friendsville attended County Court on Monday. The many friends f Mr?. G. R. Davis, aie pained to know that she is s'.iil very sick of typho'd fever. See G. N Mize & Son f.r your Bufldtng Material as the.- will give you the best of goods at reasonable prices. Chas. J. Brown of Knoxville ppt'iit Tuesday in mr city looking for horses for the State Guard Encamp- j uoent. ! The Famous Alleghany Springs for Health Rest and Recreaiion. I The many friends of Miss Nellie Goddard, are pained to learn that she is very s:ck at her home at K'zer. Frank Mitchell of Route 8, has again become a rearer of the ' old r liable" and his name is again on our list R.v. A. D. Langston, Pastor of the Baptist Chu'ches at Rockford and Duncan's was a recent visitor at thi3 place. , Mrs Huston Hamrnontree and daughter Margaret were visiting at the home of Henry Blevens in our city last week. We w'll send the Times from now until Jan. 1, 1915 for only 35c cash in advance. Now send or bring in jour subscription. Regular Quarter- Master Sargeant Hayes from Fort Oglethorpe at Chicaraauga, is in our ity to attend the Encampment. II B. Webb of Walland spent Monday at this place looking after business i-. flairs and meeting the voters of the county. James Speers and family have moved hack to Maryville after an absence of several years, residing at Knoxville and Rossviile, Ga. Will Woods an R. F. D. Carrier of Greenback, and L. A. Hammon tree, one of that city's prminfnt citizens spent a day recently in our city. Lieut Gray, from West Point, Camp Quarter Master from the Regular Army was a visitor in our city, this week, and will attend the Encampment. On July 4th a numher of visitors former citiiens were seen on our streets. They spoke very enthusiast ly about the improvement Maryville haP made the last few years. Uncle Joe Hatcher of Walland, was a r cent visitor in our city and renewed bis allegiance to the TimeB. He has not been very well which his many friends are sorry to learn. LOST: Last Friday a bunch of keys, on key ling. Finder please return to V. C. Chumlea, Mary ville Tenn., and receive reward. Wanted A home for the girl baby found in a basket on the steps of E. G. Murray's home lasu week Also some suitable clothing, Apply to managers of the Blount County Industrial Home. C. O Burger of Boston is yisiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jo Burger of our city. Carl is cartoonist on one of Boston's metropolitan news papers. He is always a welcome visitor in his home city. A. A. Coventry A. LI KlJVnS- IffSWRAffCE FOR SALE: a 5-horse gasoline engine and line shaft cheap. Rea son for selling have installed elec tric motor. Bargain for quick sale. Nealy Morton. K. P. H. West of th- Southern Railroad, 'wiihollice at Knoxville was a Friday visitor at this place, lie is the owner i f tt e TlMFS b'i'd ing and is i nit -tested in Maryville pr gwss iMid pros p'itv. Miss Annie Newhy, a former r s;(;e: t of 1:.ryvi!!e, but now of Whittier, California is vis-iting rela tion in our c-tv. Old friends are Ki.nl to see her back " gain, and to know that 1m i enj jing Bood heal'!). Four room house, electric lights a id located on pike in Irwin addi tion Maryville. for sale at $1000.00, put down balance like paying rent, close to Aluminum plant, renting for Eight dollars per month, write or call on .1. T. Walker, (it Binfield. Ten. r, .It see Wallace ofTuIsa, Okla., i- visiting relatives in our county. Dr. Wallace has built up a large anil lucrative practice in that wet ern city, and bis i rosress up the ladder of iiioeem hes t een b'St, and he is considered one ot t,,e Wtt physicians in Tulsa. The little frame store building formerly occupied by W. H. Sanders known as th. Seccnd Hand Store, was torn down on Monday. Ibis is one of the old land marks of the town and was a very old building which had to give away to progress, as Dr. R. W. Wells expects to erect a fine two story brick block on this site. i FOUND A pocket book, con taining some money and articles. Owner will call on me and describe the same, and receive his own by paying for thi3 ad. R. G. DeArmond, Rt. 3, Maryyille, Tenn. "Doan's Ointment cured me of eczema that had annoyed me for a long time. The result was lasting.-' Hon.S. W. Mathews, Commis sioner, Labor Statistics Augusta Me. j1S t Your Farm With Us. We Can Sell It if price is right. SOLD TWO LAST WEEK. ary ville Heal Estate Go. Sunday School Picnic The Sunday Schools of the differ ent churches of our city went to Walland, Thursday, where thev held their annual picnic. It was a very enjoyable afiair. McTeer & Kramer ATTORNEYS AT LAW Maryville Tennessee FAMOUS ALLEGHANY SPRINGS For Health, Rest and Recreation Famous for the greatest and best of all mineral waters. Come high up in the mountains where it is always pleasant and the air is pure. Music, Dan cing and social games. Alleghany Springs Hotel M. C. LEACH, Manager Goddard Reunion The reunion of the Goddard fami ly will be held in our city sometime in the near future, or trom the 10th of August to September. Watch our columns for further announce ment in regard to the matter. Keep out the flies by getting your Screen Doors from G. N. Mize & Son. J. S. Hayes, of Knoxville, was i t the bedside of his brother, C. J. Hayes, who is critically ill, Wednesday- Mr. Hayes is an old time typo beginning to letrn the printers trade in 1 So 4 in the oflice of The Eist Tennes-van published in Mary ville by Jas. Z Swan. Mr. Hayes still has a printing oflice and has worked continuously at the trade for sixty years. A copy of this old Maryville weekly is in this office and filled with quaint and amusing advertisements and was recognized at once by Mr. Hayes who talked interestingly of the printing days of the middle of the last century. Mr. and Mrs T. A. Raulston and son Frank, 'motored up from Etowah last week and were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wine on last Snndav. This was Mr. Raulston's first visit to Maryville and he was ; agreeably surprised at the town's j growth, Russell & Robbins, one of our enterprising milling firms have purchased an auto truck for the purpose of serving their trade They have joined the ranks of the progiessives. Ho! for the famous Alleghany. Springs. . Miss Ida Taylor, is now at home , after a trip to Georgia, Mississippi, and Alabama, where she spent several weeks. Rev. Will Fuller is holding a revival meeting at Brown's School House: For Rent Nice rooms for Offices over the Times office. Apply to the editor of this paper. Gone to Chattanooga About 30 boys of our State Ma litia left Thursday morning for Chattanooga to buy some teamB to the Encampment at Sevierville. Thanks I desire to thank everyone for their kindness and courtesy shown toward me while assessing the taxes of the county. I also desire to thank the Equali zation Board, asthey extended every courtesy within their power, L. L Walker, Tax Assessor. Will Return to Tennessee The Hon. Will A. Dunlap, who went to California some time ago will return to Maryville before long. Mr. Dunlap's health has not been very good in the "golden state". We have some good bargains in town and farm property. McNutt & Broyles. Will Have Double Track Within five years the manage ment of the Southern Railway ex pects to have a double-track line the entirt distance. 649 miles, from Washington to Atlanta. President J Harrison has made arrangements , for financing this great undertaking I of immense importance to the entire South, and it is planned that the work shall go forward as rapidly as it is possible to carry it on without interfering with the heavy freight and paspenger traffic which moves over this line. The funds for this work wi 1 be provided by the sale of 820 000,000. of bonds of the Atlanta and Char lotte Air Line Railway Company, the issue of which has been author ized and approved by the Georgia Railroad Commission. Of these bonds 85,500.00. have already been sold and the proceeds will be used to refund an equal amount of Atlan ta and Charlotte Air Line bonds now owned by the Southern Rail way. This sum will be used by the SMUilif-rn Railway in double-tracking those portions of its line between Washington and Charlotte which are still single track. When this has been completed attention will be turned to double tracking that por tion of the line between Charlotte and Atlanta which is still single tra, k. This will involve a great deal of heavy work, especially in the mountains of North Georgia, and will call for the expenditure of between $13,000,000 and $14,000, 000. The single track lines north of Charlotte to be double tracked are as follows: Orange, Va,, to Am herst, Va., 73 99 miles; Whittle. Va , to Danville. Va., 22 09 miles; Pelham, N. C, to Greensboro, N. C, 37.14 miles; Concord, N. C, to Harrisburg, N. C-, 6.4 miles; a total of 139 G2 miles. Of the line from Charlotte to Atlanta, 267.5 miles, double-track has been constructed between At lanta and Duluth, 24.52 miles; be tween Suwanee and Gainesville, 22.9 miles; and between Spartan burg and Spartanburg Junction, 1 88 miles, ' a total of 49.3 miles, leaving 218 2 miles of single track. The completion of this great work of double-tracking the main thoro ughfare for travel between the East and the South will mean a new era of transportation for the South an 1 is of interest to all parts of the section Through trains between the Eastern cities and New Orleans, Atlanta. Memphis. Birmingham, Chattanooga, Knoxville, Asheville, Jacksonville, Savannah and Colum bus, are handled over this line, or parts of it. In addition to the great inciease in transportation facilities to be given, the expenditure of the $20,000,000. which the work will c:st during the next five years will of necessity have a most stimulating . . ,i i effect on business conditions mrougn j out the South, as practically all of this money will go for labor and for material to be supplied largely bv the South. For Sale Fine young Jersey Cow, fresh 3rd calf. See me at G. A. Toole's. Clyde West. JOHN A. GODDARD DENTIST Coprilfbt. 1914. A. . KlrKhbium Co.. Pure Woolens THAT'S of what our Kirich b aum Clothes are guaranteed to be made. That's what you want if you wish the utmost in wear. Beware of wool and cotton mixtures so common in many moderate-priced clothes. Kirschbaum Gothes f15 20 $25 ana up "See the Guarantee and Price Ticket on the Sleeve" Also every one of our Kirschbaum Suits is guaran teed to be fast in color, shrunk by the original London cold water process and hand tailored. See them as soon as you can. Ellis - Chandler Co. Maryville, Tenn. A Wise Move Made Ry Southern Railroad No mure low, one way colonitt rates frmn any pidn .on its liivs to th West and Nort west will be "old I'v Southern Railway Company. President Harrison am unces 'hat Southern Railway Company has p?rmanently withdrawn from parti cipation in such rates from points where they have teen in effect by Southern Railway to meet similar rates offered by competing lines. This announcement is in accord ance with the policy of President Harris n to do vervthing possible to discourage t he movement of j eo ple from the Sou h. For a numler of years Southern Railway has endeavored to discourage tl e o'Ttr ing of low cob ni-t rates frmn the South and has only placed them on sale at points whre it was felt necessary to meet comp tiinm From this time on, however, no such rates will be offered bv Soiiili em Railway regardiessof ary nr-tinu that may be taken by any oi her line. Southern Railway will con tinue to offer homeseekers rates in to the South and will do everytbi g possible to encourage the comity of desirable settlers to the teiritnry along its lines. President Harrison feels that the South offers greater opportunity than any other section and that people living in the South cannot improve their conditions by moving and that consequently th? decision to withdrow permanently any rates whicu might serve as an inducement to some persons to leave the South is in their interest as well as in the general interest of the South and of Southern Railwiy Company.