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The Maryville times. (Maryville, Tenn.) 1884-1944, July 17, 1914, Image 4

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For particulars concerning Business Openings, Factory Sites, Homes, etc, write to
Secretary of Board of Trade, Maryville, Tennessee
Mint Route 1.
Health of community not so very good
at present. Aunt Sallie Best is still very
tick.
Miss Stella Reagan, met with a very
serious accident on last Thursday, while
fishing in a pond near her home stuck a
fish hook in her hand and was wounded
very bad.
Blackberry picking seems to be very
profitable as Alleghauy Station has become
a large trade center for them.
Several boys from oui community attend,
ed the 4th at Maryville and said it was
just "grand"
Leonard McCulloch was the guest of his
cousin Elmer McCulloch on last Thursday.
John Best is very busy farming.
Several people from different places are
beginning to make Alleghany Springs a
business point on those hot days.
Samuel Best is spending a few days with
his daughter Mrs. Emma Stout, who lives
near Jena.
Miss Allie Best, has a fine position in C.
B. & D. W. Best's store. Friends wish her
success.
Bee Wells, was visiting home folks Satur
day and Sunday.
John Thompson attended prayer meeting
Sunday night at Kagley's Chapel.
Elmer McCulloch attended church at
Four Mile Sunday.
Success to the "old reliable" its getting
tetter ever week.
One On Father
Once upon a time daughter found
an old love letter tbat father had
written to mother when they were
courting. Daughter copied the let
ter, signed a man's name to it and
mailed it to herself. Then she
showed it to facher and he nearly
busted a lung denouncing the dcg
wazzled, ding-busted, fat-headed
idiot who would dare write such a
mess of silly, sickening, hog-wash to
any girl. Cincinnati Enquirer.
"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.
Town
Maryville
Disco
Farmers of this neighborhood are all thro
thrashing and are now ready to rest for a
while.
Mrs. Joe Burnette and daughter Miss
Josephine of Chattanooga are visiting rela
tives in this community.
Herbert Endsley of Knoxville spent Fri
day and Saturday with homefolks.
Earl Hackney who has spent the summer
in Illinoise has returned home.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Swierley of Vestal
visited home folks recently.
Miss Chloe Klepper of Friendsville has
been visiting at the home of the writer.
J. D. Klepper and family spent the four
th in Maryville.
Henry Dixon and daughter Miss Shirley
have returned from Sevier County where
they spent the last two weeks.
Mrs. Roxie Phelps and children accom
panied by Miss Shirley Dixon spent Sunday
in Knox County.
Stephen Spencer and Grover Dixon have
gone on a trip to Elkmont.
Mr, and Mrs. John Borden and children
spent Saturday in Maryville.
Needful Knowledge
Maryville People Should Learn to De
tect the Approach of Kidney
Disease.
The symptoms of kidney trouhle are
many. Disordered kidneys often excrete a
thick, cloudy, offensive urine, full of sedi
ment, irregular of passage or attended by a
sensation of scalding. The back may ache,
headaches and dizzy f pells may occur and
the yictim is often weighted down by a
feeling of languor and fatigue. Neglect
these warnings and there is danger. Delay
ofter proves fatal.
You can use no better endorsed kidney
remedy than Doan's Kidney Pills, Here's
Maryville proof of their merit.
Mrs. I. A. McCully, Washington Ave.,
Maryville, Tenn.. says: "I used Doan's
Kidney Pills, procured at George & Mitchell
Drug Store. They relieved me of backache
and other symptoms of weak kidneys."
Mrs. McCully, is only one of many Mary,
ville people who have gratefully endorsed
Doan's Kidney Pills, If your back aches
if your kidneys bother you, don't simply
ask for a kidney remedy ask distinctly for
Doan's Kidney Pills, the same tbat Mrs. !
to
Wh
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What We Offer
Factories with large Pay Rolls
The Best Schools in the South
Our Churches measure up to standard
Best Citizenship to be found anywhere
Happy Homes and Reasonable Taxes
What You Avoid
The Pitfalls of the City
Great many Temptation for the Young
Strife and turmoil of a large city
the Great Home Town of East
McCulIy had the remedy backed by home
testimony. 50c all stores. Foster-Milburn
Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. "When Your
Back is Lame Remember the Name.1
Bank Route 2
Health ot community very good.
Mr. Lail and son of VValland visited his
daughter Mrs. James Headrick the latter
part of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Trotter have return
ed to their home at Knoxville after spend,
ing a few days with his parents. D. W.
Trotter and wife.
L. V Eleadge and wife had as their guest
Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Dan Webb and child
ren of near Maryville and Mr. and Mrs.
J. J. Graves and daughter Alice of near
Trundles X Roads.
Mrs. Roscoe Caylor of Maryville is visit,
ing her mother Mrs. Eliza Eieadge this
week.
Eugene Smoker of Knoxville is spending
a few days with his grandparents Mr. and
Mrs. D. W. Trotter.
Miss Vinnie Franklin of Maryville visited
her sister Mrs. John Pa tty recently.
Misses Sallie and Nola McCatuey visited
their uncle Add Clemens near Amerine
Station at a recent date.
Mrs. Stella CaMwell is attending the In
stitute at Maryville this week.
Misses Bessie and Myrtle Fancher spent
Sunday night with I. N. Patty and family.
Mrs. Martha Murphy and sons Harvey
and Mc Allen spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. Alex Cox.
James Headrick and Mr. Lail made a
trip to Knoxville Friday.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. George W. Gibson
on July 4th a girl.
Prepairing to Move
D. F, Young is getting his build
ing readv in order to move in a
short time. He will occupy what
is known as the Lawrence Building
and is having it remodled on the
inside. This is one of the best
buildings in town.
Impure blood runs you down
makes you an easy victim for disease.
For pure blood and sound digestion
Burdock Blood Bitters. At all
rug stores. Price 81.00,
lVl
Opportunity Is
Colored Institute
The County Institute for colored
t- achers met at Maryville in the
2nd Pre?byterian Church, July 7,
9:30 o'clock.
The opening being completed, the
organization was finished by electing
S E. Leeper, Chairman -and Wil
liam Kennedy, Secretary. The
subjects assigned the teachers were
then taken up and discussed. The
morning sessions weie carried on
with the omission of the afternoon
sessions but twc night sessions were
held Wednesday and Thursday
nights. On Wednesday during the
day papers were read on the differ
ent subjects assigned the teachers
by the county Supt. McCall. At
night a special program was render
ed by the teachers and Borre of the
citizens of the town entering into
the discussions. The remarks by
Rev. E. M. Argyle, B. D. were
especially interesting and instructive
Remarks were made by the Supt.
and David Hannnm and S. E.
Leeper. On Thursday night a
special program was rendered in
addition to the day session in which
Rev. L. A. Patrick, D. D., was the
chief speaker. Rev. Patrick brought
out many interesting thoughts on
the subject, "Race Leadership and
the growth of race Pride." Friday
morning was devoted to hearing the
reports of the committees on reso
lutions and the fall institutes for
teachers t: be held in the various
parts of the county. The first
Institute is to be held six weeks
after the county schools begin and
is to be furnished by Prof. H. B.
McCall ; it was decided to hold it
in the public school building, Mary-1
ville, Tenn.
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 this ad.
R. G. DeArmond,
Rt. 3, Maryyille, Tenn.
Tennessee
Colored Notes
Mrs Emma Walker, the wife of
George Walker, left Saturday for
Knoxville where she will make that
her home for a short time, she ex
pects to go to Indianapolis, to make
that her future home.
Henry Cox and family were in
town Saturday peddling on variou
articles.
We are proud to note that S. W.
Warren of Louisville, knows a good
thing when he sees it. He has sub
scribed for the Times.
The Steward's Board will have an
entertainment at the A. M. E.
Church Tuesday night for the bene
fit of the Church.
Charlie Kennedy, son of Soloman
Kennedy who has been living in
Chattanooga for some time is yif-it-,
ing his parents. He expects to be
here for a week or ten days.
Oscar Kennedy of Knoxville was
over Sunday to see his parents and
sister who has been on the sick list
The Annual Institute for the
colored teachers was held at the 2nd
Presbyterian Church in Maryville,
commencing July 6th lasiing five
days. It was a grand success for
each teacher come prepared to help
make the work pleasant and profit
able. There was a lecture given by Rev.
Patrick Thursday night along the
lines of education which was grand.
Mrs. Green and daughter from
Dalton, Ga., are here visiting her
parents Mr. and Mry Boyd.
Miss G. A Davis, who has been
on the sick list for several days is
able to be out again.
Rev. Patrick is on the sick list
we trust that he will be able to be
out in a few days.
McTeer & Kramer
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Maryville Tennessee-
Great
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A. I KincUaa C
Just Come to Port
New Spring fashions.
Rather English.
Coats with soft fronts
and lapels that roll to
whichever button you
wish to stop them.
High vests. Straight
hanging trousers.
Kirschbaum
Gothes
f15 20 $25 and up
"See the Guarantee and
Price Ticket on the Sleeve"
Every suit in our pur
chase is guaranteed to
be all wool, fast in color,
London cold-water
shrunk, and hand-tailored.
Come in and sett
them.
Ellis - Chandler Co,
Maryville, Tenm
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