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rr5v li Kv .'v... I'" ?. a week buys this watch r- Local Mention J R. Ime of Bin field was in Mar. i!!e Saturday. V. 11 Eld ridge of Bank paid our city a visit Monday. Fnch turnip seed of all kinds in bull; at G. A. Toole's. Ji D. Howard ol Rado, fmcnt Mond ty at this place. George King of Louisville spent Saturday in our city. Miss Z ra Hall, of Greenback spent Monday in our city. If you have a house and lot for i sale see McNutt & Broyles. Andy DeLozier of Bank was seen on our streets Mondav. S. A, Whitehead of Rasor, was a visitor at this place Monday. Homer Bond and wife of Rossville are visiting relatives in our city. The Maryville Ice & Coal Co,, have recently lost two fine horses. Rooms for rent oyer the Times office. Apply to editoi of paper. James Taylor of near Alleghany Springs spent Saturday in Mary viiie. Get vour Porch Swings and Ice Boxes at G. N. Mize & Son. Huh M :ore of Route 1 is another one to join the Times list of readers. Obie Key of Knoxville was a visitor in our city, the first of the week. Mrs. Ollie Foster and children of Huntsville are visiting relatives in our city. 9 W. 0 Maxey and R. R. Rule of Rockford were Maryville visitors Saturday. S. G. Hinton, of Greenback Route 4, transacted business at this place Saturday. Eyes tested and glasses properly fitted by A. E. McCulloch, Jeweler & Optician. Hugh Clark and wife spent Sun day with his father S. P. Clark at Clark's Grove. Wm. McCulloch our Truste? spent Sunday at his old home near Mint in the country. Dr R. W. Wells and family are spending several days of this week at Tate Springs. J. E. Klepper and daughter Miss Boone of Greenback, Rt. 4, spent Monday in our city. The sound of the thresher can be heard in the fields of our farmers at the present time. 1). M, Watkins, of Newton, Kans. is anpther new one to add his name to our subscription list. J. E. Coker of South Knoxville came oyer and spent Sunday with old friends in this county. It-J afla WOULDNT you like to own this smart, stylish time- y piece ? jj Certainly you would. Then why not 1 Out club plan makes it possible for ss you to buy this splendid timepiece on easy weekly payments so small that - you will never notice them. And the watch is just as good a time piece as it is trim of build. , It's a watch that will lust a lifetime and 5 one that you will alway s be proud :. Just come in and see the watch and rH learn about our remarkable plan for H selling it and you will bo convinced. r This offer is for a fow days only so Itiko c.J vantage o f it new. A. E. McCulloch Maryville, Tennessee Mr. Ames, Colder of the new Fit-it National Bank, is aiioilur one; to j iin the Times sirmy 'if readers. ! Mrs. L, L, Oliver, ami daunhlen PMiss Cora of Kno.xvil'i- vi-Ued Mrs. 1). C. ii'ivle the first of tli" wiek. : 1 ?$ Horse New Way Gasoline Engine for sale at Sexton's Shop almost new and at a bargain Mr?. James Henry and Miss Louie Blevins spent hist week with John Huffsu-tler and family of f noir City. Wm. T. Lee and wife of Tribbett, Miss., are the guests of Mrs Lee's parents, J. B. Bogle and wife in our city. Jo Tuck of Greenback, R, F. D., spent Saturday in our city attend ing a session of the County School Board. List Your Farm With Us. We Can Sell It if price is right. SOLD TWO LAST WEEK. Maryville Real Estate Co. W. R French and two boys were up from their home near Louisville. He renewed his allegiance to the Times. Mr. Wilmot. of tie Clements Paper Co,, of Nashville was a recent business caller in our city. He is well known in this territorv having traveled extensively for the Louis ville Paper Co. Mrs. J. Merritt DeArmond, of Midland, Texas, is visiting her par ents Mr. and Mrs S. A. Patton, of our city. 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 Wanted A home for the girl baby found in a basket on the steps of E. (J. Murray's home lasi, week Also some suitable clothing, Apply to managers of the Blount County Industrial Home. LOST: Last Friday a bunch of keys, on key ling. Finder please return to W, C Chumlea, Mary ville Tcnn., and receive reward. Sun Jay seemed to be the hottest day we have had this summer. The themomtter registered 102 in the shade, and there was hardly a breath of air stirring. Leo Palmer, of Athens, former machine operator at the Enterprise Office, was a Saturday visitor in our city. Lost A fine pearl stick pin. A reward of SI 00 wi'l be paid for return to Fletcher Browning, Mary ville, Ti'iin. We have some good bargains in j town and farm property. McNutt it Broyles. When it comes to advertising remember the Time" covers Blount county like a blanket, and an ad 'rings results. Homer Bog:v spent Home time Little Hi vi r a few : o ki-:i -o il and .10 tin hanks of .me li-h. out t! .ft ting i ur N. .v fl'.-iO 1 ' - On - 'VI, Chain. lc w;a n.s oloee .in- it; i it ll u ' 'U ..i Jvi.'-XVii 'if their cousin Mi -Ml. y i f tVr's plaie. See ti. X -Miz ' & iUiilntm: .Mat.-ti iL a :v tie- oast- . Marguerite son for your tin v v o ;ivc vou Hie best ot goods at rasona thle prices. A. Goddard a;;d Horace Everett went to Little River to fi-h the other (lay, and with their patent fish bait 1 captured several tutt'es, but no fish Wm tends Tim- -ill ways . S. Porter of Fargo, Okla., 10 his subscription to the Peep'" MT.iV fivni ht-ie are glad to g! t the home, m vvs Famo'.is A'l.hanv Spr'.ngs ilth. - st and Ih'crea.ion. for II. .,1th. Mrs. John K"!'er, who li v s ea.-l of our city, ami who has been stiff-ring intensely with rheumati-oii i getting better which friends a--delighted to know W. H. LiY0on, who lives below town, and who has been sick for some time i.-i improving slowly, but, is still a. sick man. Friends are glad to sf e him better. FOR SALE: a 5-horse eaFoline engine and line shaft cheap. Rea son for selling have installed elec tric motor. Bargain for quick sale. Nealy Morton. Sterling Parham of Cincinnati, O'oio, spent several days of this week in our city, visiting relatives and old friends. He travels on the road for a wholesale house, and is making good. We are always glad to see Maryville and Blouot county boys prosper, A writer, well qualified to speak on the subject, says: "Pay for your newspaper, for it is deserving of fair play and you do yourself an injury when you try to avoid paying. Some people will read a paper for vears and be proud of the fact that they are getting it "free," but how many of these will ever enter the pearly gates, where only the honest will dwell? The publisher knows that a. certain number of subscribers do not intend to pay, but he also expects and has a right to believe that every honest man who pays his gtocery Dills will also pay for his paper.'' For Rent Nice rooms for Offices over the , Times office. Apply to the editor of this paper. I During these Hot Days Visit Our Superior Pictures Nice Comfortable Vldrv villa's if. only mission Spend a A tratec! T,, J ' , Illustrated in which Court The New Bank j Starts Business! For the first time in er history Maryville now has a National Bank, Some time ago a movement was placed on foot by some of the young er business men of Maryville, to organize a National Bank for our city. Many were the difficulties to be overcome, but with this class of men, there is no such thing as fail. Maryville has grown and developed until we really needed a new bank. There are no better banks, accord ing to their size than the "Old Re liable Bank of Maryville and the Bank of Blount County. They have served the people faithfully and there is no reason why they should not prosper in the future as in the past. Our new Bank, the First National purchased and equipped with the latest and modern furniture the building which they occupy. Every feature is nice and neat. On Wednesday they had their opening. A large number was pres ent to enjoy the auspicious occasion. Talks were made by Hon. T. N. Brown, the President; E. F. Ames the Cashier; and J. H. Staley, the Vice President; telling the reason why the bank was organized. The first depositor in the Savinge Department, was a little girl by the name of Harris from Bank, deposit ing $10. The firBt boy depositor was named Williams son of Mr. Williams of Williams Bros., millers of our city. Nice souveniers were given the ladies present by the way of flowers and every one present had a most delightful time. Rev. J. T. Sexton, the "Blacksmith" preacher paid our city a visit Thursday. Best of Oraer Gem New Picture Pod alar Amusement Place Pleasant Hour at the " Gem Good Time Stereooticon Lecture 0x .. T , - Stereopticon Lecture and Entertainment Prize Distribution all may participate at the House vlt July 20th, 1914 You are invited and we urgently re quest you to attend. We have secur ed the services of one of the best lec turers on the commercial platform who will talk to and entertain us with a story of the manufacture, use and application of American Steel Fence Posts as applied to present day farm economics. Good cigars everything free. We want you with us. Don't forget the McHutt Hardware Company M. H. Wilson Manager Maurice Wilson will soon take , the place as Manager of the Local j Bell Telephone Exchange instead of Car! G. Hammer, who has resigned to accept a better position. Mr. Hammer has met with great success as Manager of the Bell Co., and his many friends here who are sorry to have him leave. Mr. Wilson is one of Maryville's energetic young men, and will no doubt meet with great success. Willocks Brown On last Saturday evening at the office of Esq. A. M. Rule, occured the marriage of Mr. Horace Willocks and Miss Ova Brown, the Esquire tying the knot. Miss Brown is the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Brown, who reside east of town, and is a very popular young lady, well liked and highly respect ed by all who know her. Mr. Willocks is one of B'ount's promising young men. We join i with mai y others in wishing the happy couple, all the euccess and happiness life affords. MARYVILLE ICE & PACKING CO. People's Phone 147; Bell Phone 104 .1 fieatire Show Seats Electric Fans 9f 10c and 5c Clean Pictures Henry Hayep, an engineer on a railroad in Ohio, has been nt the bedside of his father, C. J. Hayes I of our city. All of his children wi , , , , . . ; who is in the hospital and can't get v i. : i i. l . it j I nrrr, are in him neotiioe. wir. riay- es is still very low and grave Joubts are entenained as to bis recovery. Friends are sorry to learn that he is so bad and can't possibly live. Ho! for the famous Alleghany Springs. When baby suffers with croup, apply and give Dr. Thomas' Elec tric Oil at once. Safe for children. A little goes a long wav. 25c and 50c. At all drug ttores. A. A. Coventry AU KlSfliS IJVSUHAAfCE, W. C. T. U. Meeting Maryville Women's Christian Temperance Union will meet at the residence of Mr..-. Chumlea, on High St. on Thursday of next week, July 23rd at 3:30 p. m. The hour for meetii g has been changed for the summer months. Spend your vacation at Famous Alleghany Spriugs. the Announcement As a candidate for the republican nomination for Blount County in the Tennessee Legislature, I wish to speak at as many places as possible before the Primary Election which occurs, Saturday Aug 15, 1914. I announce the following dates for public speaking and will an nounce others later. Friendsville Wednesday Evening July 22. Carpenters Camp Ground (Mont yale Station) Thursday Evening July 23. RocKford Friday Evening July 24. Louisville Saturday Evening July 1st. Walland Saturday Evening Aug. ust 1st. At each of these places I will speak at night 7:15 o'clock. My opponent Mr. Geo. W, Emert is invited to be present and an tqual division of time is offered him. Everybody invited . Day id J. Brittain,. We Are Friends of those who appreciate clean ice, full weight and th j best service. It gives us pleasure to serve them and they derive equal pleasure and more benefit from our eervice. We think you would appreciate our ice service. Why not try it for a while anyway?