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Is, -J2jiSs VOL.5. r SNEEDVILLE, HANCOCK COUNTY, TENNESSEE, FRIDAY, ' JUNE 2 , 1922. NO. 422. FURNITURE. A BRAN NEW STORE. ' ' 1 KILL UX OF FURXITUXEJUST GriTBlJ V v We will be glad to have you. eaU in when in town and inspect our UxeJZ IZjyeu neeOnythiigfiii far&kave wejhave it. We will be glad to have you make our store headquarters, while Jcogersvillai KAISER FLTINITJUCOAIPANY. . ' RogersvilleTenn. ...... . .. ... . , , OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS a, 3 1 I l t . si your ooor wnen you cave accumulated a Dans account, even though it be small - it A small beginning often leads to a big ending. ' first build the hank account and you will sure find the oppor tunity to oso it to your advantage.' .CITIZENS BANK; sneedville, tenni GPniNQ CLEANING 18 AT HAND. v.t. Have you thought how much you can improve the looks ef your premises by giving them a fresh coat of paint? , And the protection that paint affords is worth much more to you than the cost of same. PRICES ARE NOW MUCH LOWER. , You can paint for at least fifty percent less than you could last year as the following comparison- will show: ' Price last year. Priee now. White lead 18 cents perJIbonad 14 cents per pound S.&W. Paste 20- M r 17 .', Linseedoil $3.00 M gallon . $1.25,, v' gallon" Oil constitutes a large proportion of mixed paint, and you will notice the price on this as itjis about per , cent lower than it was last year.'. We handle old Dutch Whit LeadL fX & W. Paste Pjunt and the very best grade of Linseed Oil,, as well as a full lijie of inside finishes and family paints. Tou can always . get what you want, at market prices, no matter what the goods cost us. v -:' yeryjrespectfullj - RogersviH, Tnn. FpRD NEARf OUTPUT Of 5,000 A Da' dealers call for isu CARS. TRCUKS AND TV- TORS FORMUNb' f Ford dealers in the lr.' States have asksd for a tot;" 194,760 'ord Cars, Trucks c Tractors to meet their June i quirements, saya a statenc issued by the Ford Mctor Cl Detroit. Michigan. ' .1 As a result, the estimated t. put for June has been -boosted ( 140, POO, which is an increase 10,000 over the present monl and. of course, will set ud a c high record, in spite of the' fN that the May output will show substantial increase over the:. vjous highest month, ? ( Ford sales have been conste. ly increasing since '.the first r the year, the. demand growlz uringjthe past two, months: f t,er than it has been possible increase production. V Monday, May i9th, broug' forth a new record of cars be,' for one day, the figures reach 4,878 at the close of the da; work. This was an ' increase i 16 over May 15th;' which the pr: vious high mark was establish On May 18th, the six millic Ford motor was assemt! Numbe five million came off ( line May 28th, 1921. , Ford officials state that,, et attempt is being made to buT BIG iTONE GAP VA, Dear Editor:- ' v I will drop in a few items from Wise Va.; as I am a native of old East Tennessee and dearly ye my old native country and ts people and especially the peo le of Hancock county, there is za spot on eartn so dear to me In all the world as that old play 'around in and around old Stoney 3ap church, as that is my old zshool ground, and I certainly . bve all mv old school mates. It b a great pleasure to me while 3 far away to think of all the FORD TURNS our MOG.OOOTII, UOTOn KEXT ONE COMES THROUGH 5 AND. 1-3 SECONDS LATEX Ford Motor Number 6,000.000 was lifted from the assembly line in the Highland Park Ford Plant at 9:14 A. M.. May 18th, Jut 5-1-3 seconds later Number 6.000, 001 wgs finished. The other day a Negro that had been working in tte State of Illinoise came back to Tennes see and met u with one of his former acquau tancs and was telling him of the liberties and privileges of the Negro in the Northern State, how the black folks were allowed to ride in the same coach with the white folks, how the colored children went t school with white childre, he fin ally said: "Sam, I'll tell you what I's Thajinusiiallv Ww mon 1 8 gwine id Qo, "is iwmeto for Ford ears and Trucks at the .t7 106 8m? .0I wmta U. nresent time has nwwihif "-wniMJ irom neaa ta J u a a I DUlldincr of h llK) mnfnni dailv w wwu ua ast. times that I have seen ? ots " ---"2 in,t c. r.on it- ico me various rora assemmincr w . "" ,3rSUt. you does dat I'll -tell yQ what U ,-ar old sweet spot at Stony Gap p31" . . . . , . UHrm .t- n f . ki scnooi mates nas passeo. out was porapiecea on uciooer 1st, arjer black fom hn-i.. fn W -fthUBfowLi.,raaw.JrfT 1S08; umb,r 1.0W.000 left the t&SS jjr uauvo uuuit, i wiaii uit ui osseiuuijr uuu avKomuer xuui.l ,nun f .am-f-m" 1 r .1 J TI 1. limp. J . r vp vftA , vv,., -..-.v.v. , wpiw ..in uar qiu xituicucn i xyiu; tuiu numuer o,uw,uuu came rOnty all good hick and happin- through. May 28th. 1921. Although the Ford Motor-Com pany turned out a number of dif ferent models prior to 1908, the present numbering ay atom began Mattie Carpenter, with the first model I ess that this life affords. Hoping to see my letter in your dear pa per, I will ring off. llest wishes Wall. - TO wnoH it hat coNcrza S,000,000tk, FORD BUILT MAY 181k, Sneedville Motor Co., r out OF FIVE FORD 0X31 : TREAD WAY TRUCKS SOLD SINCE vi9C3 I STILL IN OPERATION - ;Y,e,are sorry to nave to say Mis uzzie Jfrice- or Treaqway, aged about 15 years' died at the home of her . Grandmother Mrs. The Sneedville "News goo forth upon the ocean of journal ism and with it go how rtany hopes, how many fears. Hopa that wreck so many barques ca that ocean's boisterous bosoa. Fears that it may, too, o .dowa the vertex that has swallowed 19 so many such undetakinga. . - With a heart filled with all tha earnestness of our nature, tsa publishers will strive tojnukotka News what its name implies, M carrier Vof intelligence to ta in riri-iiiiririTiiiri'i"iirririirrirririiiii'iririrnnrijjui TIE ylUl PEE3 VlflEJ B3 flurarj-g. Sneedville, Tennessee. SNEEDVILLE MOTOR CO. W. E. TESTERMAN.IMANAGER. . Ford kvihomei Sales and Scrvka INSIST OK GENUINE FORD PARTS, ' SNEEDVILLL, TENN. IS YOUR DOG AN ALLY OF THE KAISER TW 4og flctnrad It ttsaad for kUW fsf twaty-ST IflHovrl thMp lut ruv eeordlna to tb Kabms City Star. Uid bsi4s tlit.t Iom, tM-Jt of t&o food ho- tU tat order to tare traatk to do that orfl work. Pood It tho world this ror will bo oeareo. Boaember, c& do ooaramM oit tho ume azaoant of food M tho trtr porooB. Each doc Urtt noaao that cia human botac wCl haro to rt vtthot food. Bo auro that roar dog U worth to yx what ho coaU tho com try. 127.249 FORDS SOLD IN AT. Ford Ketail Sales Hit NeW IT Mark. . ccording to a report jizt -re ceived from th Ford Motor C pany, Detroit, aoailyr averrrcJ 5,210 retail sales of Fordccrjcri trucks had been reached fcyx x close of April in the United States alone. Ford sales of cars and trucks for the month, including both domestic and foreign, totaled 127, 249. This establishes a new high record, exceeding the largest pre vious month. June 1921, by 15,467 The sale of fordson tractors has also been steadly climbing. A total of 11,181 Fordsons were sold during April !n the United States, a daily average of 4C9 having been reached by the end of the month. This gives the tractor a new high sale record. and .shows 100 per cent incrase over the best month in 1921. The Ford Motor Company is enjoying a banner year in all de partments. Output of Ford cars and trucks for the year, accord ing to present estimates, will ex ceed 1,100,000 which represents a ten per cedt increase over 1921. The Ford factory at Detroit is now operating at full capacity, having a force of more than 40. 000 men on the payroll. The sceduled output for May will probably reach 135,000 cars and trucks, which will be applied against orders approximating 195.000. Despite the attempt of the fac tory and the twenty three assem bling plants in the United States to produce a sufficient number of cars to meat the unusually heavy demand, ic has been impossible for Ford dealers in roost cases to make immediate deliveries. . Sneedville Motor Co. ' 1 six millionth Model -Motor was produced May 13, Nancy Price 'Saturday night -of homes And hearU of Qur 0 u S VnrA Funtorv r rWmif tuberCUlOSlB. MlSS PttCe' WSS 61 , ' ia from the time daughter of Rev. Jamw.PrlceJ Irr polities the News is a. Co T"s when th Ford she , was an orphant. Ctrl, herl.wrvuveir.ipendentnewspapa vVuin.u. father and mother th. bd r.2 Jt. . tu: ".a came timSL vis-4-ti r deadl sh w&t alcind hearted irlrlf iOlvd to ;u:ui.li the -lllsy 18th. 1922, a total Ud 1(VCJ byoll who knew her, moral and intellectual .interest miiiim r. . .j she leaves two brothers and a of our county, in alter yesa ha, of rplfltivpa and friends to when this journal has ceaasd t ...LAiuavo urcii FiiHiuveu. uut w I ,, . , , . , , .r- t MTnri? Immirn h(r Iom. and we extend live, may It DO said tnat, 11 4 to n.,.hn.r in th TTnit a our sympathies to her relatives "ver proclaimed but in the csuia and friends, thefuneral will take w justice." OhI may it throw W-v-v v v wvvvi tasj( 1 vv i ' ' i . til latest statistics. 4. 47&248 of place at the name or her grand- ii Cr una TnipWn an -tin mother and burial will be in the la ilaily service, Brewe - cemetary on War Croek. "Thus. It will be seen that out . Mr. H. B. Day our produce of everv five Ford Car and man at Treadway is in wew low Trucks sold to retail purchsers thI week losing after his busi in the United States alone during ness interest in a poultry way, the past fourteen years, four are Our Doctor O. M. Swaney of still in actual daily use, which is I Tread way is at home after an halo of -fondest reflection into tho memory of its readers ths) will linger ever around their d Ifng pillow. The tutorials will be nothis3 but honest doctrine deduced froa an earnest search for the truth. To the Valiant late World War Heroes of the have a happr really remarkable when the hard operation find stay in a Knoxville greeting, and a hearty welconcs service of commercial cars is hosgital and is so far recovered is hers extended to each of thea taken into consideration. This that he can stir tbout his hom 3 1 to come and come often. seems to forcibly confirm the and prescribe for the sick again. 1 I . 1 . J - aL I I puyuutTKnow.-utfu u .ong- M. Gea A. Williams of the evuy oi r ora cara. cnJv,;1U Ma,a That Ford products have been our burg Saturday. The correspondence depart ment will print the latest items through of interest to the people. quite evenly distributed thooujjh out the United States is borne out by the fact that through the sparsely settled communities in the West to the densely populated cities in the East, practically the same ratio of Ford cars and trucks to population exists. Ohio leads with a total of 290. 7C9 Ford Cars and Trucks in daily use; Illinois comes second; Penn sylvania third; Texas fourth, and Michigan fifth, with a total of 501,081. New York, Iowa and California follow ' tn" the order name, each having more than 200.000. Communion nervic-rs were held at Cool Branch Baptist Church Sunday u latge crowd was in at-tendence. Miss Leona William j is on the sick list this week, we hope for her a sp?edy recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Georgn Odom and twojlittle grandchildren of Sneed It will give the latest news from the world over. Now friendly readers will y help us? Will you not encourass us in this undertaking? Do yea not bve home honor and homo interest enough to send us a dollar fur the News to come into your homes and make glad the hearts of yourself, your wife villa are visiting their daughter your boys and girls for fifty tws Mrs. CreUo Yount at Treadway tne year. and will return to their home Manager. J,' Monday. We like the Sneedville Ne verv much nnd hone everv bodv in Hancock County will subscribe ! Please fnd inclosed, check f RCCERSVILLG An idea of the irarjortant Dart and fve the news from every played by Ford Cars and Trucss action of tht county and make in the dai v transportation of in par mrereaung. goods and persons in the United States can be gained by realiza tion of the fact that with the Ford cars new in operation. averaging a minimum oi o.uuu miles per year each, they would pile up a total of Twenty fjve Billion transportation miles- equivalent to more than a million trips around the world. Sneedville Moior Co. Billie UF; Life a thing cf rjujl and tuallti. Ufa's a Ihinj of laugh and grumble. Life's a gam cf go and hustle. Life' a thi.-u of ruh and buUe, Life's a play of brain anl muscle. Life' just o.ic Jam thing after soother. one dollar for whicn send me the News twelvs months 'it is just like getting a letter from noma. . Hello Ceorge Jayues, come ag ain.' Ex.SheriffM.RBultry Ex Regiater S, A. Greene. Henry Gt eene, and Mr. Shepherd, all fro Hancock Gouty moterdd to Morr is town Saturday, come again bora I hope the Lee Higwar will be done next time you come over. Wishing the Neurs success, I am Truly yours. SL T. Brewer. 1