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' - i r .v i TTlN V s . . , , filter From Home Suh-criV i Gtt n I 3. NO. 7 1 . , , - j 1 1 Vi r , f a. ;."Hr'r,Y geene: .-weekl; -.pee rvote to th hJ --trial, i 'J moral de- "int a:. in prt! f jnenil r; i in de. ' ' i la advt t tettem tl ' 1 Hancock 1 Tennessee ji polfljca, - . t'and ever? " -itver towb vj 't;twn or opwtri-' f iuboroe. -Jtea tthe Lr rntewid . 4. - i Local and Personal i , v t- .cs!ey;I v jsrsiii ,1a very sick with Flu th& Veek; , . j 1 Th -'SncedTille 'llgh School v -trta dismissed Wednesday un il clxt Monday. 'V - ft .,J . Mrs. Volta yes and baby are fVisitinj. Clinton Mayes ami famir v: V CUAHYa-yland, ana iw jClarir .. . both' well known a?id lo d Vera in ;tz' li Wexinesday asd bought"'-a f?t:ple.oFhe turke.a fcj ThacL: ilair. ' rs . ' -V : i; Private" Anderrr C:aJv.-r3 re-1 A vect!y schargc.1 Military .Eari"7a and retu'rnti .tsa lion ,:--cr7v -no ( v Ir: and Mrs. II- fi. Jarnigan ireturrl hcnnaJVVcdnesday'rom a visit to M :rlttown and JII r- :'' iublic "i , ... ' . G, 7. T..-1, :ec. "All pi. r ties in ar ears f!r sub scription to the News are exfect to pay up at once under the ntw Kffulations. If you are not already carrying an ad in the Mews colums, just try a small ad and see whether or not it , pays-Ask those who are advertising. New cases of Flu this week are; Mrs. Belle Tyler, Mrs. w. S. Moles and two or three child ren. Misses Minnie and Annie Livesay, Mrs. Etta Odom, Miss Lucile Harrison, Miss Lena Moles. LOiT A misses sweater of dark brown color with yellow stripes on collar and belt. Was lost on or abtut the 15th. of this month at school or betwe n the school hense and the residence of W. Beckler.' Finder re turn at onct to the News Office or W. A Bcckler and recieve a very liberal reward. ' Last Saturday Blufe Bundren. of Washburn, Tenn'.psee, killed his wife by f hooting her with a Winchestir rifle. ' Monroe Quillen, a stepson, who was somewhere about the prom ises heard hU motheis screams ran t j the cer.e t r.d it taid that Bundaun mi.de an attempt ta kill him und Quil'n- shrt Bundrun, six cr sv n times wi h a 45 cali bre pistol ki lin him. The trouble started a fow days ego when Mrs. Park-y a step-j daughter, pjive a J.ofs licr to a neiRhbor for which Bundrun i raid to have struck her. oung Quf.len was arr;tod. reIeaseJ on bond . to accomnanv tl e rerr.ain of hi rrxuherto Mnl trii Gaj for im rrrt nt erd a terMi!s tritd b. fere a Justice of he pMce und acquitted. Bundruns remains were taken to Kiivixville, for inteimtnL v Oeseral VIEW Of T06 ear peof le of . Hancock County I will ienderTortf writes prcnbiyl description of this 'country-:: beir rJt of livjjjfc Eut J)efcT? J Llin I must Bay C:;t tra ou' i to be the happicrt p' Or'" bi crth because wo are Ar- 1 c&ns &nd are s6 wondecfully blest Vfr.ith eucl'"a mild climate, srocd1 d:inkfn? water, and the bestot vrrtunities that is afforded to tny onin the world. The Frtnch ore not sevvonderfiy btr seod as v. Their c1 r;-rot as a- 'IV "be clear - ,.Ih Hes it n- ratn. In minutes ealthful to dK.- Jt is Th dis- entary'"All the wtW)"vvvnH. has to be chlorinated. Yoji can't imagine 'hbw I would like to drink from a spring, or well in East TeniVH. ' . ' - Franca Is a beautiful country. It is .very . ferule, and produces eon? e' of the rupst beautiful cror ima'ion,ble. The Jand is veryi rolling and decorated.wkh.wav ing; crops of grain, windmill end canal Koads are very beautiful Most roads have large shade trees on each fide of them placcJ a- pout th' same distance. waras ; The French live quite iiCcrent from" in. ' Most of them" live in snutll towns or vi'.Uses. You sel dom fee anv one dwelling in 'hc: country. Their dwelling hcuses and barns are under th same roof usually enclosed by alarge brick wall: The back yard U generally utVit $j a manure dump, '.You would think it very unsanitary, but they aoem to 'tkir.'x iVSthing cf In ick covered with tiling'or sfat?, and are dated ' when built. Tho dates are gercrally on the gable end or roof, print ?d in Very bright Utters. -Youl can see it glisten for miles when the sun is shining. The farmers go to work very early in the morning. At night they bring their cows Into town to be milked. They are carried back to the country. next morning They use dogs to do their churning Their farming implements are different from ours. fc'omt of the people have binders but most of thehirestingis done by hand The tire her is very peculiar. It is run by only one horse, which is placed on rr. incline plane which has steps similar to'a stair way and this rotates on wheels very much like a chain belt A-round- the incline is placed a strong frame wotk to bol l the hors- in p'ace- The weight Sf the I orse furn sh-s the power to iwne the machinery. If the horse failed to keep clinr.bing the inc ine he would he forc-d back by his own weight against the frame work. Sv you it keeps him moving to shun from being f rc.esid against th? frama. The penph here are verv gen ir us and tine re. They are very co'irh-ous in every respeiL When they address any one they use come kind f a tit'eand when you do them a favor they thank you very courteously. Their lan Kuage is very simple when you team to PK-ak a few words- But when you first hesr itapoken you vould think you could rcver If am to spe-ik it Would l-.ke to tell you about th war but I am not permitted. ! hv.X I rrey so' tl at time is not as nz a it has beer, until I ih. ll ihave the privilege to see you all f ce to face a'-d tell you t-i m? experience while I have "been a way. , Ray E. Hatfield. -. -v. Cay Oenml Petdl- U A SENS'i VoM'iritVa fr th.'voricd , axvf' useful seoa rnJered, to the ' ' - T. ' v . : ' army m i-ranca , , f prompts ma to Join Ln the apped fcjr -t further financial ' tnpport. I hv$'v,'w'Vimty to observe. - L-j rrfcrt'.tljns. rncaiurtnh' quality of its ' ir n.ncUndmartritliarindalInnuenc i our troops, cs4 1 rvtih unresrrwlly . ' , ta conmend its vork i cr tha army. . ' ' " '" "I J: Pe??d Pershing llf JTIED WAR W07K CAMPAIGN We Want in Oh It This bank is here for the, purpose kof helping out every worthy enterprise the community both old established V contemplated. . If you have an entoprie that you want to push come to us anJ pive ui the iiftails and we will help you with it if ft Is feasible. Our success is measured by the prosperity of this community and we want everything to g with a whoop. If you have any ideas for the furthering of your business or for the benefit of the comrminityjn gv ivral we would like to ht-.ir it m l lu Ip posit it. The Citizens Bank 1 1 "" est n ) I'm J ti'u u c ; ; , r . : -.X-'''" VALDUHA-:: mvt rvc vj pr tr'an'.:l. Valdura 99.5 Pure Asphalt Palp.i Hicff t ro wh V'ALIjUKA; it i.i ; jlrrrt S j.vrc i-rsl fc-j-'f n' A fen- ! . ilr .!'.$ .n yr :.- F;:ti, K- -. n,-,Iir.y' nrf, r :w f!c. v.j'I ti ! i:i ! i f ,. . ,r Mi-! Ki.'. V c have fo-ne i itrrctm li'.'.rV.iT? oi V41.DURA we wc;:M IIV.3 s jj.vt yo.i il! ti:if!s t-j th J', ittf'l foi or t;t all iljcct f .it VA5.DU3A T tj rai to sly aixl. it c be oe4 n any Roan & Testerman, Wo2:rvilte, rercrrir.S to l V.Vv r : ? ' r J t f i r " of a New Roof i'i)VV of -.ji Asoiialt Pa 4 -it nrti "V. i.r". - '' v tic.. i'h. T. . , .. r,r i. 11,1", Fell, for.. A the v ork v i ; li . a 1 'I,.'.-. I f.-t !' t ur'S -.1c '' .'cry Tf'.) of n',? t r :--.n Tenn. v PROVIDENCE, R. I. Cditor.Ne-S-s snd Family: At this writing to you and sister Eva, as well as to tnyman y relatives and friends, the dove of peace seems to have the City of. Providence completely at its mercy. Business has been sus pended, that i, shops have been closed, peoples homes apparent ly closed, and the four hundred and odd thousands of people of Providence and Powtucket are enjoying one of the greatest cel ebrations multiplied by one hun dred times any thing previous in the history of the stale. At 3:80 A. M. U day my better half and I were awaken by the whistles of the thousand .or more factorit end some thirty odd Freight engines, with the hundreds of church bells beating a chorus that was a perfect fit ting to the greatest -celebration the world has ever known. In a short time after the whis tles made their wonderful out burst the streets were fast filling with old men and women, middle aged men and women and even children, making for the center of tfee city, carrying the Nation al and allied emblems, blowing horns ringing bells, dragging t)3d buckets, pans, stove pipes and most anything to make a noise. Soon the streets were so filled or a mile square that can and 'Uto's were powerless to move and the some four hundred police are iu poweileHS as a lropof water in the ocean. At 10: A. M. I went out to nee the tights and whet I had gone only a short distance I beheld the; most-wonderful sight that eyes coijld behold, tens of -thousands cn top of tens of thousand of peo pk! just gone wld with joy. ; ,all celebrating one way or another; silence only when the 25 or more bands scattered over the city play ing the national emblem. Next I noticed was the big stores some employing as many as 1500 clerks with the big sign, CI OS- ED TO CELEARATE, on doors. At this minute. 3:45 P. . M. a parade is passing my house in which it is estimated that 00,000 tare anticipating, led by a regi ment of soldiers and sailors and every nationality on earth, carry- m everything imagionable and in large letters at the head of each column are such as this; THE KAISER WILL RULE 1ELL" "THE DEVIL WILL THROW KAlER BILL OUT OF HELL" Copies were thrown on the streets, black with the &Uer head in( effogy sticking out covered with yellow flowers with such o,s this printed on them: "KAISER BILL FUN toAL PRIVATE" "WE COT HIM B0 HSEHIM ROUGH" Automobile draped in big fl igs, flrfld guns, boats on truck; bells, such as are us 'd in tenn. schools mounted on trucks and autos by thrt dozn. Tho celebration has been'going ovet 14 hours and no one seems to predict when it will end not to n ght by any means. To do justice to the joy ex pressed here would mere than fill your paper. Thank God. We owe and should bow our heads and lift our hearts to God in humble prayer of thanksgiving for the cession of tho most cruel war history has ever known. Harrison Brewer. LOUIViLLa,KV. J' It is with a-dncss .that, we re late that death has araiu entered the home of George Harrison. ; Wednesday mortiinj. and took from him his loving companion '. and left Ma children without a mother to brighten their lives and . help instruct them "in the right way. Myi tie was n devout Christ-. ian, having profe9ed. faith in. Christ early in lif she joined the Baptist Church at Sncadville; " where she remained a member TintU heV death. She was i daugh t cr c f Dr. W B, Horner" deceased) end .was married - to Geo, W.' Harrison,' ,in Julv 1890. To this union were born 12 children C 'of, them proceeded her to the Glory Land, while 6 children,' n jTiishand, two broth ers, ono RUterand many friends remaih here tt mourn their los& while her b' dy remits in the fami ly cerhitary nnl her spirit is walking tie streets of the Golden 4 City with loved ones rone on. be fore. She was a Rweet singer. . while here on turlli, many times ' the 'writer has snt on his front porch after the shades of night had began to fill nnJ liaton to tho -s'wect strains of rmiiic waf tcnl on 1 tho gcritle brcves from tho farrK . ily circle, hut alas! when -we next- . hear them sing here there'll be vacant strains that will nevt-r bo heard in tl.at home ttny moie but. slie can ing better now und we , expect some ;;lad day, to hear ' her sing new songs that we hava never heard.- ' DELICIOUS CORN KUFFINS. Tim' aa old uhlon4 ractp fW corn hvimn Hint lim MmtUr t leUVfxt nb1 iin4 with rttmuat vwxvta tn Mveml of the lsfger Mw Tor be tels t To rriMtt thiv and a half 6mmb DiatQoa tokt out qunrt milk, an otwer buttir aubatttattt, twtlT onncM t UsTht ayrup or tioucy, four m plac3T of aalt, two ounrca baking powdar, eea and a half punta corrtroMl antt ona and half pcond- rra flour. Tim hutur and ayrup aiiould b tboroocaly mliodi than add lUo ft -radually. Pour In th tiillk nd add tha rra 8or rnlzod wttb cmir,pnl and baking pow dar. Thoo Epileptic Attacks by Utinjl A Nerve SeJatir that has been successfully used in the treatment of Epilepsy, Hysteria, and other N err- out Disorders for the past Lhirty years. SOLD BT A LI DKUOCISTf Mllfa MI PIC A L CA. F4 ttjj r!-.i:v.S- 5S: V I? ' . t .' J - 1 f