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Six Months COIKII K .101 RNVI, IHiilj lly Mali (Not Sunday) AND I 'AMI AMI I UIHA A Gnat Monthly Magazine During January and 'February Only Special Kate Period Limited to These Two Months. Splendid ( m ti li -U Ion lit a l.itle 0'r Hair the Kegulur Price Subscription orders at this rate will be accpted only when sent tliiMiish rccrnltr C airier Jour- , nal Agent in this district, Postmaster Johnson City, Tenn. ( 0IIMEIUI01 RNI Letlistille, Ky. o o o o o n o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o 0 .1 ( o o o c Of Course They Worneo. "What's the :harfce against th: man'' n kV the Indce. "We desire vnnr hoiinr." replied the lawyer In th "in have him tried for insanit ui f..,iiu to oTP:itlv worried ebon hid inii'u ... r. -j him "Vh:it has he done?" "He ha sold his automobile for the purpose of raising money with which to pay an honest debt." Chicago Record-Herald. V LETTER KliOM ,l( IKES OF MTUEM K COCKT 01' TENN Nashville, Tenn., Feb. "2, To the people of Tennessee. We believe that the si inly of Clod's iVord is necessary to develop strong ,'hristian charm '.e. , i!i it every per mit ought to haw the blessings that e.'illt from such citidy. and that the Sunday school is an eliiiient agency or the promotion of ssysn maiic Bible study. We note with interest the fact that he Tennessee Sunday School .Associa- ion lias designated Sunday, April. 8. :s IV.) -to-Sur.day-Sehool Day uud tlu.t tovernfir Rye lias proclaimed and set iparl said day as Go-to-Su:id:iy-:Sciud lav for Tennessee. We join with the governor in ur- ;ing all Tennesseeans, as well as via tors within our borders, to attend he Sunday school of incur c!,-oise on aid day. We suggest to the Sir.hby school orkers that they carefully prepare tr a jiroper b;;ei vaixe of said day nd see that every visitor gets sm-h cordial reception that he will be anie a regular member of the Sunday chool. Let us make thi;-. the begin ning of a new era in the Sunday chool work of Tennessee. D. L. LANDS F.N A. S. BCC11ANAN SAMUEL C. WILLIAMS SID 11. CLAKK GRAFTON GKLFN horse with intelligence implies that the man knows the horse in every detail. Farmers' Bulletin 779, published by the U. S. Department of Agriculture, gives these details. This ' bulletin may De secured from the Division of F.xten sion, University of Tennessee, Knox ville. Among the suggestions made in this bulletin are these MAKE FROM flOO TO ?400 Per Acre growing Burley Tobacco. Fast Tea nessee soil is adapted to the growth of Burley and it is acknowledged by- all the largest manufacturers. that the quality grown in this sect 'en is as fine as can be grown anywber. Prices are high For Free Seed and book n instructions on the growth !3'. -inaMnn is likely to and culture, write Bernards W.- A nurrieu ciu' - i SUCCESSFUL MEN GEORGE MORTIMER PULLMAN. ness - .itai rT-n tment uruvrj a uidbiiv. Observe blemishes. Tice, faulty con formation, unsoundness, and general characteristics. ; ' ti.-i.v... re scars from old wounds, poll. evil, scratches, shoe boils, and small ruptures. Common vices are nauer i-u house, Greeneville, Tenn. i waking, weav- n.v... nf a horse is one of crioumB, - we . ----- an(J D,ung r t),e first considerations of the buyer, f,i.:of conformation are and should be of the breeder. If the stralght shoulder, crooked, weak, or i : .MffiionMv snimd to with- , i aat oira ewe neck, long, annual 13 uui awn. v ........ lnipi upci y , . r ...hi,.l. ho la intended. i. k.t onrt rivnooine croup Stand lue use i"' - , ivrai - onlints f this is be-; Cnmninn unsoilndness are spo" '"'""" i .vr;";w vtn. curb, extreme fore the purcnase. """u"6"'"" r extreme . . . ... . i ,...irv,n,.n f,(nin rinebone. side bones, extremo Selections must ue uou , """-'".",,,-. contracted tendons on a thorough, systematic examina- atrophy of muscles, conir . t il. .1 .... .1 l.Knlmn ML' Itl it . Hon; the examination should ue oasa a.m ' rtatlcB ,nciude flesh- ,... L..i,iIrB of desirab e and General characteristics mciu : ; ; temperament, quality, co.or, .u Not only the presence of unsound-1 age .,,-:,s but also the condition or sen- ... ....... fh. aeainst the onsTtcM of the unsoundness, should be qualities and weigh them against noted. iue,ec LE BOY BEEVES Attorney and Solicitor. Crumley Building. Johnson City, Tenn. OSCAR M. FA IK Attorney and Counsellor at Law Practices in all the Courts Harr Building, Rooms 216-17 GUY S. CHASE Attorney at Law ie. - ;u , , ,... .,, Jobe Building. Rooms 7 aud 8 i In final selection, iook Johnson City, Tennessee r Pullman was born In a, family of mod erate circumstances, and at the ge of fourteen wrnt to work In a small stor as boy-of-all-woik. At sfventeen, he went to work for his older brother as a cahinet muker. The knowledge gained at this, work proved to be valuable lo him in' jfte rartuilv saved his earnings, and at ' the aee of twenty-one, had a few dol-', lars ith which to begin business. At, this lime the Krie Canal was in process , of widening;, an.l all sorts of buildings, had to be removed, so young Pullman be- , Ki.n making contracts. This woik proved, profitable, and soon after he moved w . I'litcNgo and continued in this b isiness. , In 1ST.S he became interested in th , Sleeping car problem. The cars in use I then contained three tiers of shelves on, each -iide of the car and were far from , comfortable. Me beean experimenting:. , and In a lew vears built the first Pullman Car the I'toneer" at a cost of 18.0D .Success came step by step, and In ISM !" the Kross earnings of the companT amounted to more than ten million dol lars, Todav thev pay from iwentv-nve lo scventv-tive thousanW duUars for each i'ullman tar. - CJ03MI; LEARN THE PARTS OF THE HORSE ON YOUR FARM dovt m:u.i:ct yoi'U ou Neglected colds get worse, lnsfvrt f better. A stuffed head, a tight host must be relieved t unace. Dr. ell's Pine-Tar-Honey is Nature's nied. Honey and glycerine heal ie irritated membrane, an.tiseptics ir loosens the phlegm, you breathe isier and your cold is broken ui. leasanl to take, Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar' Honey is an ideal remedy for chil dren as well as grown-ups. At yo.)V Druggist. 2f.c. V k 'v '5 . ' Wt ' J'-x X 32 ,-- 47 1 ' Carolina Clinohfield .& Ohio Ry. In F.ffect August 22nd. lf16 - Eastern Sttmdard Time XORTHItOlND. S:f.5 a. in., daily, for Cincinnati.O.. Fordtown and Kingsport, Tenn., Cameron, Va.-Tenn , Siecr-i Ferry, St. Paul and Dante, Va., and KlkUorn City and Louisvi"l e, Kentucky. 8:55 a. in., daily except Sunday, for Cincinnati, 0., Ashland, Catletts burg. Jenkins. Louisville. Louisa, Paintsville, Pikeville and Shel by, Ky.; also Chavleston, Jlunttngton and Kenova, W. Va. 5:15, daily, for Fordtown and Kingsport, Tenn., Cameron, Va.-Tenn.; Specrs Ferry, St. Paul and Dante, Va. SOL Til BOUND li:45 a. m., for F.rwin ard Unaka Springs, Tenn., Toecane, Burns- ville, Pensacola and Marion. N. C, and Spartanburg, S. C. 6; 50 p. in., daily, for Unicoi and Erwin, Tenn. For definite and additional information apply at ticket office or to (HAS. T. M VXD EL General Passenger Agent, JOHNSON CITY ----- TENN. 1. Muzzle. 2. Lips. 3. Nostril.( 4. Face. 5. Eye. 6. Forehead. 7. Foretop. 8. Ears. !). Poll. 10. Jaw. 11. Throatlatch. 12. Neck. 13. Crest. 14. Withers. 15. Shoulder. 16. Breast, 17. Point of shouldw. 18. Arm. 19. Klbow. 20. Fore flank. 21. Forearm. 22. Knee. 23. Cannon. 24. Fetlock joint. 25. Pftstern. 20. Coronet. . 27. Hoof. 28. Seat of sidebone. 29- Seat of splint. 30. Chestnut. 31. Abdomen. 32. Ribs. 33. Back. ' 34. Loin 35. Point of hip. 36. Coupling. 37. Hind flank. 38. Sheath. 39. : Stifle joint. 40. Seat of thoroughpin. 41. Seat of bog spavin. 42. Seat of bone spavin. 43 Seat of ringbone. .44. Seat of curb. 45. Hock. 46. Gaskin. . 48: Quarter. 49. Croup. 50. Point of buttock. 51. Tail. - - , E. J. TAUGHT Attorney and Solicitor Johnson City, ... Teunesee Speeir.l attention paid to Claim Office: Rooms Burrow Bulld'i. . t J. R. GARDNER Attorney at Law Cffice, Armbrust-Smitb Building Practices in all the Courts Special attention given to ?ension Claims - ' ' i T. A. COX Attorney at Law and Solicitor in Chancery I Special attention to abstracts and ti tles Office ; Rooms - and -, Burrow Bldg. A. B. JOHNSON Attorney at Law Office: Rooms 1, 2 and 14,v 2nd floor, Brown Building, Johnson City, Tennessee DO. B. P. HARBISON Vetenlary Surgeon and Dentist. Offices: McClain & Dickinson stable on Market street and City Drug Store. Both phones each place. v Night telephone New 474. To be able to spend ot;'- declining years in comfort surrounded by plenty is the con''t;i" to which we all look forward. Like the success of the Pullman Car. THIS MUST COME STEP BY STEP This bank offers to over;, man an ccjiiul chance to prepare f..t his future comforts toslait on the first step that ofsavinj:. THE UNAKA NATIONAL BANK Johnson City, Tenn. . We Want Your Business THEJ50UTHERH IV. J. MATTHEWS, M. i). - Physician and Surgeon Phones: Office 298; Residence, 208 j Office : No. 255 Main St. Johnson City farm MACHINERY KEPT UNDER ROOF LASTS LONGER AND WORKS BETTER DR. J. W. COX Office: Miller Building, Main Street. Residence, 113 Unakfc Avenue Hours: 8 to 11 a. m., 1 to 4:30 p. m. Office phone 75, Residence 63. 0 sirs pail; MB!ina r l t Gun i An iimbition and . Record i !' THEnMdjf ftlic South are identical with the needs ! l! ..... ........ n.n ),. ....vft. ! MiriM, ut one mmif I Ol lur tu;3i. ,i i.ji fc. ....... t!ieupbuiidinufljet.Uicr. ' , The Sojthpm r.a:tw:y k.!: to farorr no ieclll trhUfft li ! f accordril to othe'd. . ' .u- . I r ,H,,.nt C.ir.r,.r Iq to ipe lltat i I: I uc auivnun -i ... , . . - mil-r ..f intcmt lLal is born ut co-oiR-ralii n brtvrn.n l.ic tubiw urf I mem ot ra.lroad wriicn invnrs tic ...iiuuciur ... . ( atencii-M to reliie thai morality ol trer.tmrnt whl. h will enable it , to ob'fm the ad.'wioiial capilal n-edcil for I'lenoiuitl'ion of brttrr nd enli'ftJ lcilhto liK-ldeht li. tlie ttcii.d lr lucrcared iui better servicet and. finaiiy- , To take til nlobe In t.'.e body ro'te ef tlis Smith alonMe of other rreat lmlurlc wlili t.o uorc I Jl l.l'.'J t ju-l l.terticl. eyiuil iiffbu and (niual onpurluuiues. it ml- . r-. .. . At. 4 C1,,.,-!, ft The remarkable improvements that have been made in labor-saving farm machinery in the past half-century have reduced the cost of farm produc tion very materially. The suhcess of the farmer depends largely upon the wise use of modern equipment. The mac hinery needed to operate a farm successfully represents a large invest ments in good working condition for more than twice the average life of the implement. Oregon estimates that the deDreolation of machinery not housed is twice as great as of that housed and well cared for. ReDairtne should be done systemat ically. It is well to note all repairs needed when the machine is put away DR. F. T. MASSENGILL Physician and Surgeon Phone Central Boones Creek All calls Answered Promptly WM. SILTEB Practicing Optician lUl.v . . .. .. .. .. ill U.I U. ,mt This csd ta should ue maue 10 ni.ei i.ic iot.u... "- -,,. nf,.iiv famine, and oMi as large a dividend as possible, should be replaced and loose bolts ugnieueu tp farm tools were well housed and kept In good repair, they would last and do more satisfactory work. Some times farm machines are left in the Burpee's Seeds Grow, THE truth of thi slogan hai built for u net only the World's Largest Mail-Order Seed Business, but also a world-wide reputation for Efficient Service. Burpee' Annual, the Leading American Seed Catalog for 191 7 is unlike any other. This Silent Salesman of the House of Burpee is better, bigger nd brighter than ever, 204 pages. U tells the plain truth about the best seeds that grow and best of all thirty varieties illustrated in colors. It is mailed free. Write joi it today. A postcard will bring it. W. Atlee Burpee & Co., Seed Growers, Buroee Building, Philadelphia, Pa. "w-Tr . we. m . . i 1 SssaSJ .-5. . " j . i all oil holes open Is important in op erating anv machine. A careful study times lanu maviiuicn - - ---- , r. , aaann to the next be- of a marhiiie will help one to secure cause of failure of the owter to realize j best results -James Arentson spe ttaat this shortens the life of any ma- clalist in farm machinery Division of rhine. In many instances farmers j Extension, University of Tennessee, have, by good care, kept their Imple-i KnoxviUe. . . Glasses S-iientlflcally Fitted. Proper care in oiling and in keeping Johnson City, Tennessee. TWO TYPES OF COWS-DAIRY COWS AND BEEF COWS The dairvman keeps cows to convert the cheap roughage of his farm Into milk and butter to sell, and into manure to keep up the fertility of his '8 These diagrams show the shape of the cows that do that work best. These show the shape of the feal dairy cow: The Southern Railway Affords a most excellent Route to , All Points, North, East, South, West, Northeast and Southwest Convenient Schedules and Courteous 'Attention. Full information cheerfully furnished... ' Call on your Local Agent or address V. H.CAFFEY.D.P.A., or O.H.' CHANDLER, T.P.A. ' ' 6oo Gay Street, Knoxville, Tenn The beefman keeps cows to convert the cheap roughage of his (f rm into calves to sell, and into manure, to keep up the fertility of his land. These diagrams show the type of animal that produces beef: 7rr nn r n The Question arises, What one of these types do you feel to be the most profitable on your farm? Keep good cows of on of these types of live stock. ' ' The Comet's Job Departments Ready to Figure with You- Give Us a Chance to "Show You" that We Know Our Busiriess- W. C. riEBCE ft Justice of the Peace and Notary Public West Market Street Three doors from the Southern Ry. Strictly Modern. First-Class Workmen. Children's Hair Cutting a Specialty. Shaves. Baths. W. J. ALLEN, Proprietor. .. LEE F. JIILLEB Attorney at Law Johnson City and Elizabethton Practices 'in all the Courts, State and Federal Thourghly organized and well equipped Collection Department Corporation Work a Specialty Over Unaka National Bank in Johnson . City ElD.abethton, Office: Miller & Seiler. H. M. CASS, M. ). Office 108 Roan Street Both Telephones. No CHICHESTER SPILLS a-EBJw ntiuriND rtCTKSA BRAND fVTWfl I DIAMOND BRAND PILLS in HKD Oold metallic bozc, (ealed with BluetOl Bi'obon. Ii no cin. B"f m'J"! p-nrirt foe eei.CMJ.Tts V BIAMOKD BUIKD PILL, for twenty SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS TIMR menuilllirnP WORTH tVtHInCnC TESTED a SUBSCBIBE FOB THE COMET S 'CUREDI lia POLE WITHOUT THE KNIFE Frotrodln- Pile. Ttchtng Piles. Bleedln Pile, Fistula riur od ll disease, of tbe Kectum CUREI under polttve (UAUITEE. YOU PAY NOTHING UNTIL CURED. "VSSSSi -Jl,?i:,.'i?,o-.,:L,!.S?S5 the parties whose Dunien 1 pnhllsh In this .deriiii.Bt. lb lit lo your, or Adjoining County. 1 cured THEM ndo CURE fOV. j v Alexander. Bradford, Tenn. J. T. Brock OwntlHi 1B.' SEND FOR MY 172 PAGE FREE BOOK n.u;fno0fr". .nrt nosti." Did. Thee bol: contain mucb ntormtion ol rt alue to any iS.flTd -Unpllcsoranrlormofrecialtrouo.e. .00 hundreds ol itimonlal One ailMCWU -n F"tn"" ' nnl .mi rn.ru li'nin! to Doth "lelier. wnniuer ,u. m . r.,u,... ... still, vvrne wujf ...... j- Ni w. cor Bdy & Pin IM. FiCY Smilli, m. V., st.louis.no. 1PECIALIST. E3Tt.lSHEt U 11M&. EAST TENNESSEE WESTEBN NOBTH CAROLINA BAILROAD CO Time Table No. 75. In Effect G:30 a. m. Thursday, June 1, 101C. , Central Standard Time. EASTWARD "No. 2 No. 4 4:30 p m 4:42 p in 4:45 p m 4:48 p m 4:55 p m 5:03 p m 5:10 p in 5:17 p m 5:25 p m 5:30 p m 5:36 p m 5:43 p m 5:50 p in 6:10 p m 6:20 p m STATIONS WESTWARD 11:00 a mLv. Johnson City Ar. 1 1 1 f a m I Milliean College .. 11:15 a m .. 'Watauga Point .... H:J8 am.. 'Sycamore Shoals .. 11:25 a m Elizabethton 11:33 a m Valley Forge 11:40 a nt Hampton 11:47 a m 'Pardee Point 11:55 a m Blevins 12:00 m 'White Roek 12:06 p ni 'Crabtree 12:13 P m Roan Mountain 12:20 p niU. ... Shell Creek 12:40 p m -- Elk Fark 12:50 p mAr Cranberry ..Lv. No. 1 I No. 3 9:45 a m 3:25 p ni 9:30 a m 3:10 p m 9:23 a in 3:03 p m 9:21 a in 3:01 p m 9:15 a m 2:55 p ni 9:03 a in 2:43 p m 8:59 a m 2:39 p m 8:51 a m 2:31 p in 8:43 a m 2:23 p m 8:38 a in 2:18 p m 8:32 a m 2:12 p ro 8:28 a m 2:08 p m 8:23 a m 2:03 p m 8:08 am 1:48 p m 8:00 a m 1:40 p m LIXVlUK Khhlt ItAlliWA' t'03H'Aai TIME TABLE NO. 77 IN EFFECT 6:45 A. M.. MONDAY, NOVEMBER, 6th, 1!)16 5:20 p m 5:35 p m 5:50 p m 5:58 p m 6:05 p m :15 p m 12:45 p m 1:35 p m , 1:25 d m 1:50 p m 2:15 p m - 2:35 p m 2:50 p m 3:10 p tn hv.".'..: Crtnberry ....Ar. Minneapolis June, . Minneapolis . .... , 'Vale Newland ..... Montezuma Linville Ar Pineola ; Lv. 7:50 a m 7:35 a m - 7:20 a m 7:15 a m 7:05 a m 6 : 5 0 a in 5:00 p m 4:45 p m 4 :2 5 p ni 4:15 p m 3:50 p m 3:30 p to 'Flag Stations. ' Nos. 4 and 1 are dally passenger trains, with parlor car sevvlce between Johnson City, Tenn., and Linville and Pineola, N. C. Nos. 2 and 3 are daily passenger trains, with parlor car servie between Johnson City, Tenn., and Cranberry, N. C, but between Cran berry and Linville "and Pineola they are operated as mixed trains dally except Sunday. - GEO. W. HARDIN. Vice-Prea. and Supt. I 11 f