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4 r.. ' SNEEDVIH.E, HANfcOCj: -iSSEE, FRIDAY, AUG.. 22, 19111. NO- 40 1 !if tr FWm Homo -r; . r,- r if - HENRY GllEEI , Editor Atn PUBLISHER. fentriaU LflletuL.ll moral de- c -r-paeni ana guma' oi uuicock vua t in pamciiar ana bait lennease SKEED YULE, LOSES CECFITJ In g.al. Esyablican in poKtica, fcaM' fll IIFST in ! MAST RF V Ma in advocacy mt vtUrr tends Jo tne betterment of eur section cr coq try jpnea to tne napptBeaaoi tvnor t.. AtlOTEIEniVCTERf.:: nno7Er.3.Lr.GT . HOLLCALL , j Waving been iad as admlniittpaiw. F Vauhan.i dac having e! him agaira present tnem tMrr within the time requ' persona indebted tc ' come forward knd ri 0 Saving the Cost of a New Roof ' ' A Sinh application ROW of Si :4. . Entered aa second -class matte clteh,8. 1ST J ii,nierea aa second -c tVtoberW. at the postofficsa rMMvuIe. Texuieasee. under Act of - Ztl-B0X SATIS .4 3-; 4 ... " fa r TV. . r'-v i.li . r . th;-fientof W. IS. Moles irt t. i fcrru;. Kea4 the ,Mu!e'y1Jn this ssua "; We need that money' that yo are due ua on back subBcription. m W. A. Becklcr motored to Lone Mountain Wednesday. W. H. Collins has been the ..sick list fer sonic time. . Miaa Flotence, daughter ol R. T. Greene is very sick with Ty phoid Fevet. . A. T. Drm'nen and Clay Seal made a . trip to. Indiana .A.lew cay aff& ; mines will be put ia operation at nee. Carson Tyler and Hugh Lowry Rerenue Officers, spent a few days near.Sncedville recently. The parties that are to build the brick building for the Citi zens Bank are at work making brick. Kester, son of A. B. Greene, at Luther, has been very sick for several days but is reported to be improving. W. S. Moles is making out the tax books for 1918 which will soon be in the hands of the Trustee. Mr. and Mm. Charles Maness who have been at the bedside of Mr. Maness's father for a few days, returned to their home near Knoxville. Wednesday. Rev. Clinton Greene, Baptist, and Rev. D. F. Smith, Metho dist, will fill their appointments fcere Saturday and Sunday. AI come out and hear them. SPECTEB. HIM. Howard Maness was born June &'IUU and died' August 18, 1919, asre 78 years. ,He waa i mar ried tri Elizabeth Biier Feb. 14 n.872 and to this Union' ere born & children, 7 of whom are living. He was converted in November 1892 and joinedtheM, E. Church South, in July 1833. He like others of the human rice: mad some mistakes and did . not live as consecrated a christians as he should have lived, ,but short time before he died he fold Rev. Frank Hopkins that he was try ing to live as near .Tigh.4 n he could. He was alsor .t ;ran of tthe Civil War. sen.J la Com pany G. 1st Tennessee Cavalry, from 18C1 to 1865- , On May 30th, last, he took some small U. S. Flags and plant ed them on the graves of deceas ed veteran that were sleeping in the cemetary at this place. He was also the oldest, man in Sneedville, and "will be greatly ' i.eaa FIX LAUD FOR . ... - . CRIMSON CLOffl Thin 8rd .lay of X -jx ' . --3 V "i7ii0! is:!' . '- ! ' v fWe re- heuc . T ; hoLlin jU to hiesa air. . -.' cial matters entrusted 1 - . . .i absolutft strict confix; It is positiveiirc Of this bank to give mation whr.teVer tb"Ja a breaeh of trust on our CITIZENS jL S M ICIC J ) V 1 1 LB, V? ' v -ip save ton ihs cost of a ;tsu noflaur. t ,,B ' .... . ,. -rTrs, lvi wiictfKt your Felt, Cai 1 Till T .-u! a;f.'r-.vv i' cc.norny. ky-M' 'ur --t en..-. every oi op or purchase money will be jALDURA-rPkiust aerve you properly ?4 There ia no tar in VALD URA; it ti a-By ict tplneral asphalt f Taint. A few dollars worth ued on youFFarm Machinei'n Implrsaenti, i .FenciniT. etc.. .will save vo hundred, nf Hnllart in their I i;f 0 We have some interesting literature on VALDURA we wouli like PROGRA&iME Fifth Saturday Meeting, Divis ion No. 1, of the Mulberry Gp Association will meet with Clinch River Church. Hancock 'Count."'' Tennessee. Friday. Aug. 29,, 30 and 31. ' Introductory Sermon by Ret. W. G. Seal; Alternate, Rev. Grant Lawson. 4 TOPICS 1 How should we Biptists support our pastures, by salary or by the trip? P. T. Livesay. H. Davi v.. Jt A" For Sale FOR SALE-Pure BrPK Biff Type Poland-Qhina piga. i well marked, beitt breeding ar Price $20 to $40 in to age and Pure bred will pay yea. best. Alsoiwo f armeia 6 mc" calve iUorC:-'A,ext; 1 r-iL' one fed. price reaacnabL ...t. . r j - oner- to give you and a sample of the paint it VALUUKA cost aeatoa. If for your test all without ia verv easy to aoolv and it can be used in -n It ia the paint to use "When you want sure resulta." J 2 WhaT IstbeqoKficatioh at, IRfchurcnjroerrrnhipI . L 7SSI Rogan & Testerman. Rogersville, Tenn, MARYVILLE COLLEGE 3 What it the Scriptural doo trne of church membership? G. W. Trent. G. Seal. 4 What is the mark of 'dis tinction between the saved and ()m unsaved? Clinton Greene,' G. W. Wilder. . Brethren whose names do net appear on program arelnvitedta come and take part in these db- Come cne and all 1 fcr a .pod ' , Provides highest standards of instruction in all departments: College, Preparatory, Teachers, Bible Training, Home Economics, cussions. Agriculture. Manual Training, Music, Expression. Art. Book keep- the purpose of having ing, Physical and moral welfare of students thoroughly safeguard- meeting and reviving this churc-i ed. Campus, 2G0cres; 15 buildings; (50 instructors: 826 students, to higher standard of chrixxa of whom about one-half are oun women. " living because the tim Jus coca Tuition. $6.00 a term; room rent, with . steam heat and electric that every one must be up and light, averages $33.00 a year: boanl, in cooperative Club at cost, doing. tbout $2.35 cents per week. Total college bills overage $150.00 a jyear. Self-help opportunities. One hundred and first year openn September 9. 1919. Wrile for II. C.ilruks, r , . irmen Can Depend Upon TUs ?? l ; -"" Cr: Future And-I P -J C...J CJ tcrabcr let. IZlX 11 mules and one horse. These mules will be sold" pairs, single or as a whole to s t t-. kcv. cuiiiuii ii.uii.LllunAM. Kecistrar. Maryvllle, - . ... Tennessee EffE su;.;;.iER cultivatij Seed Should Be Planted 8hallow In a Leoee Blanket Over Firm Soil- Cover with Weeder, Harrow ar Brush. On account of the health of Mrs. Greene we are offering a good 3 room dwelling, good gar den, barji, smokehouse and oth er out buildings, all practically new, for sale. - If you want to move to town to go into business or to school your children, it will pay you to see us at once. If you have a desire to go into the printing business, we are now in position to offer you a good location with the Sneed yille News as we contemplate selling out at an early date. Will sell you the newspaper and also a small job plant at a bargain. The outfit if run right will pty from ooe to two thousand dollars per yar. including expenses. It is the only plant of its kind in the county and get, all the legal vork, and could get an abind ance of jnb work to da If your crimson clover field U not being prepared now, you are nilKHlng an opportunity to make tlu most out of this clover an a winter cover crwp, paature. hay or gnn manure. Crlut son Is (lie tried friend t the Tennes see farmer. No other winter legume wUl do for the soils what thin one will This clover Is hardier (ban red, and for lliix rvason It Is far superior for either late fall or winter paature, and for turning under Jn the spring. Humour worked land la far the best to Insure a stand of crimson clover. No other woy Is quite so good. Tour county ggHit will be glad to consult with yu In regard to the detslls of preparation of the seed heri, and other things about this crop. Legume -urh tut crimton clover re quire a Nclal sevd bed. Kuril seed must be planted shallow, and on firm soli. Tbey must not be planted deep or In )oo earth. They like a light tlaaket of loose soil, however. If the earth beneath thtm U Ann. l-egiime seeds should be sown, to obtain best reoults, upon land that has been rolled not dragged. .They should tie cov ered with a harrow, weeder wr brush. The following la the rate of seeding for clovers: hulled seed IS pounds; unhulled seed AO pounds; bur Hover cleaned seed 15 pounds; seed la bur 40 pounds; red ctovt-r 1. pounds; alstke, clover 8 pounds; alfalfa 23 pounds; -weet clover 2i pouod; vetch -O pounds. CARD OF THANKS. We wish to extend to our many friends, our thanks for their aid and kindness during the sickness of our father. Howard Maness. Children. her' . A . GUI Whole Family in the convenience of buyers. The terms of sale will be cash The sale will be held at Snee 1 ville, Tennessee, at or near the Court House. By order of the Pike Road Commissioners of Hancock Coun ty. This August 6. 1919. II. B. JARNAGIN, Chairman. WELCOME! RETURNING SOLDIERS ANOSAUORS w-s a m . mm t m iniormation as to all em ployment openings in this com munity and elsewhere will given YOXT KRElfi at the BUREAU FOR RETURN INO SOLDIERS & SAILORS J. T. Testerman, Kyles Ford, Tenn. All national and local effort s to assist you are there concentrated UNITED STATES EMPLOY SERVICE U. S. Depaitment of Labor. FARM FACTS Even th hog objects to the odor t a nitny pen. Alfslfa psy" "s way with nltrvcen liist it stores up in Ibe wtit. T-fin--e fanner ir celling r- snlts from the cimltix f rr1ni-- elv-r. Ak yMir iin.t icihi. Limine fur l.vt wlil s'e ..u i 'J( Ir Cf-ot it)r.e In I-H M-ire tt.ai that. If lb i- t.r.-t-cr rrvni i.utli.n it I ueil frmn jtt J tar. HA IOC MORE HOGS nM lOL BETTER HOGS If there is an X mark on your paper or wrapper this week it means vour.time is out, and tha t your paper will be stopped until- you send ir. a renewal, as the postal laws require that all sub- scriptiecj be p&id in ad ranee. SaLt PROGRAM. i , Fifth Saturday Meeting, No. .2 of the Mulberry Gap Association,-, will convene with the Dry Valler Church Grainger County, Tennu Aug. 29 30 and 31. ' Intrruliiftriev Caemftk K . . . must wear cloth in w m. r ing in keeping rtU with the season, M- un JSdi ' Mp?n,J Welcome Address by W. J. temTr?fSnTrv Rse: Hesixinao by Rev. Barnet our clothing de- ureene. partment for men and boys. TOPICS Styles are right up to the min- What is the work of the church evenb!ghe8t m leading the lost to Christ? J. prices have been H' an Henry Collins, whittled down 2 What is the Kingdom ol f?ui 5jJ.n52lni God and how do we get into it? uur summer & n . .., , fall clothing and B-rnet Groene, Wiley Cook. furnishings are 3 What 8 th duty of the attractive and ,u tn ,um n.atnt. ani ..- u are selling on - 8i-hL When tno uly f the pastor to the church? J. J. Jackson, II. .L. Greene. you want to see our clothing in the light of day, just look at at your friends. They wear it Economy and satisfaction will prompt you to do the same. imririrri-i-rir'- firi-i-siri riri"irririiii "" i iii-'f- rir iisrigiirv"-sfciir'wr iijn 4 Give the Bible method of extending the Gospel to the world. Wiley Cook, W. T. Rose. Query Box at will of body. Brethren whos names do net See our dress prar on program are invited te goods for worn attend and take part i E. S. Parker. Mod. J.J. Jackson. Sec en and children. Your Whole Family patronite us. here. i:i . nuts vu wrap nice comfortable shorfl that look well and last even better. Our shoe depart ment is a popular place with discriminating people who have an eye to economy. Light weight shoes for warm weath er are hcte, as also those pop. ular makes for farm wear. Solid comfort, style and ser viceability are in every pair. even including those for the kiddies. No, the price is rigtt. We invite your patronage. We will serve you to the best of our ability. We will use our utmost endeavors to give you complete satisfaction in every purchase. We will make it 'your pleasure to continue to We will make it decidedly to your interest to trad e C iT-oa , V-?3k FARM FACTS Worth Remembering Market pr ir far booty ar gwed. a ccs r 4. a g la Ohio e aiaata. farette reuaty. Tenn, farmers awniiaeaced the ntarketlag of feoga Hi tSe ce-operatlve plan. Kebraska estlwatss that tke Mat win ased 2u tractor turn daring tM read kaildlag a-asw uta ft. MlastaaSppi a40 fasdsra has sjts gaaUed fer Mm paraa af I l aad asertsfeag Mr faraa TW Hatrd aaaissJ Cat at be bell at Kaakvet U. la ogsrlsg X0$ la Babwta asM ICS Cgs la Pee bar wtt a taW cast at tisa. TW sgg NMhtN eawaa W. S. MOLES, ttvek aMB Hdak, . kmw wmmtm w m ekeald be aa arevaa far eeesf Jaaaa 3. ! r Mt UTl&g a