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Jlis Lena McClister ppent Salut
day In KnoxviNe.
Earl Fanner was in Morristown 0"
business Saturday.
O. C. Hickle of Joppa, wsa here on
business Saturday.
A. B. Curl of Shilo, was here on
Lupines Saturday.
Ed Lynn was transacting business
in Morristown on Saturday.
Circuit Court adjourned Fridav
morninjr, after having disposed of
many ciwes of more or less conse
quence. Followht,jr are among the
State cases heard
The State vs S im Collins, drunkn
ness, line $35, cost.
Thurl Morgan, murder, guilty,
ond degree.
Jennie Watson, murder, contwit'oc.
Treasie Whit lock, violating j'oai
law, continued.
James Mayes, et al, transporc'ri'.
liquor, Hitbmitted, fined $100, co.it.
E. T. Davis, violating check :uw,
noKied on cost.
James Coffey, drunk, no-lied on
cost.
r James Coffey, carrying arms, $50
fine, cost, 4 months in jail.
Lee Hipsher, Murder, continued.
Guy Atkins, drunk, not guilty.
Tobe Baily, drunk, fine S35, cost.
Mut England, i-runk, nonlied, coil.
Mac Majors, disturbing public wor
ship, submitted, fine $20, cost
Will Holt, dru.ik, not guilty.
Mack Majors, drunk, nollied.
Hugh Ijenard, transporting linaoi
A revival meeting is beinir held l 1 submitted, fined $100,. cost
Blue Springs Baptist church. Much j Ed Gilbert, laiccny, not guilty,
interest is being shown. The Pastor, Charlie Singleton, transpon'nc.
G. W. Renflro, Esq. of Leas Springs,
ww here on business Saturday.
Dr. and Mrs. B. L. McDonald of
Idol, were visitors here last week.
.Mrs. John R. Jarnagin of Tate
Strings, was visiting friends here
Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde IS. Smith and
son. Lawrence, and Mr. and Mrs. J.
W. Luntsford wdre in Knoxviilo or
Friday
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Rev. C. F. Whitson, is conducting the! liquor, $100, cost
N. F. OverhoJt, age 55 years, died
at his home near Washburn on
Thursday. The funerasi was conduct
ed Friday by Rev.' A. J. Hopson and
William Wise. The body was buried
in the Kitts cemetery.
Deceased was well known, highly
tespeeted and was a member of
Puncheon Camp Baptist church. He
is survived by his wife, 2 sons and '2
daughters.
L0I)E ELECTS OFFICERS
Powder Springs Lor F. & A. M.
elected officers last week as fodlov-
R. B. Griffith, Worshio.'m Maste:
P. P. Phipps, Senior V-iuden
B. N. Pettee, Junior W-.den
J. W. Woifenbarger, Secretary
G. W. Merritt, Treasure
STILL CA ITCH EI)
U. S. Officer Eden of Morristown
and .Sheriff Whitehead and Denary
W. 0. Cameron located hnd demolish
ed a 40 gaiflon stiXl near Red Hu
last week. This was a good out'it
and was ready to i. ke a "raV
No one was seen near vne outfit.
W. S. Cowan, forgery, nollied on
cost.
Claude Wolfe, drunk, submittS't.
fine $35, cost. '
Joe Vineyard, murder, continued.
The grnnd jury' prr-ented 8 :ut
bills, and adjourned Thursday. -The
following composed the jur:
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SOME WISE MJRliLAIIS
(Copyrighted 1022 By W.C.S.)
E WERE TALKING a few days ago with a mer
chant who has been reading these little stones
about the value of erood banking service. He
lold us of an experience he had that shows the value of
tv.o checking system.-
Burglars entered his store one night and blew
open his safe. Jt contained about $150, but most ol
inis was in checks less than $50. of cash,
i The burglars took every cent of the money but
they left all the checks exactly as they found them.
They knew those checks would be worthless to
them for if they 'tried to cash them they would be
caught and easily proven guilty of the theft.
This merchant said he received $9 in checks lor
I (ach dollar in cash and that he always worried when he
had much cash on hand.
Think it over.
The Peoples Bank
Rutledge, Tenn. ,
Tutt's Pills
Induce regular habit, good
digestion. Relieve the
dvspepUc and debilitated
and tone up the system
AGAINST MALARIA
Miss Eula Mae Bundren entcrtaine 1 1
as her guests for dinner Sun lav i
Misses Cleo Fry and Virgie Mac.
Long. ' ' !
Miss Maude Hopson is at Midcllos
boto. Misses Elsie-Breeding has just re
turned from an extended visit with
her brother at Middlesboro, Ky. j
Where have all the paper cone
WakS tm.&commu-1
John H. Morj;n, foreman, CVk I . , , . ,, .
, ' intv boosters and unite your eflo.t-.
do something to arouse some enthusi-
Long, Hiram Hodge, D. R. Coffman,
Jesse Branson, G. N. RusselL Ed;j
Satterfield, Waher Atkins, Fiak
Spoon, John McGoklrick, Dan Woif
enbarger, Jacob Jones and A. J.
Phillips, T. M. Majors, officer.
GOSSIP JeOUft
CORRESPONDENTS
THAT MAT OD Mtfr NOT 1NTLT?
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LIBERTY HILL
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John Arnwine and Win,, H. Wisa
attended court at Rutledge last week
Willie Long of Louisville, Ky., an
L. & N. watchman, is spending the
winter on his farm here with his
family, Mrs. Long and daughter.
The NEWS (the best paper i., j tame t0 the.fai last spring.
Grainger county) and The Thrice-A-1 Cleve Frye, Eula Mae Bundren and
Week World (the best paper in New! Virginia Long were visit int' at the
home of W. N. Lively on Sundav.
York) both
subscribers.
for $1.75. Old u- new
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Mi Vorma Kroe artist and de-Kn-r
o( Milwaukee, Wr , 'jfliev in
Miul riRhi (or woraeiv .nil whm se
Kcii'd lor jury duty t th eleo mca
in sensational murder caac the de
clined to srvc, contending the ordeal
tKli b too great tor utj Mnu,
Lee Seymour, Misses Lu, Flaucy
and Wil?ie Seymour and Mr. a:d
Mrs. Lillard Seymour and Miss Vir
gie Long spent Thanksgiving with
relatives at Puncheon Camp.
Mrs. Green Welch of White HalJ,
spent a few days with relatives here
recently.
Frank Gormon is on the sick list
Miss Grayne'.le Ritter . and little
brother of Clinch River, have the
fever.
I
I Luther Seymour attended court
' -. r . 1 1 .. . ii i
au ftuiieuxe on jvionuuy.
Mrs. Nancy Ann Majors visited at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Luther I
Seymour on Tuesday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Atkin and Miss
Eula Mae Bundren wete' the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Luther Seymour on
Sunday.
REESES STUDIO
OF M0IIUST0WN:
Has opened a first class Studio at
Jefferson City and B. F. keese will
be there Thursday, Friday, Satur
day of each week Morristown
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday
Order Your Pictures for Christmas
asm worth while in your county paper.
HAMMER
(Too late for last week)
Chas. Foster was in Lenoir City on
Tuesday.
Froy Long, of Knoxvil.e, visited
relatives here Thursday.
i
T. A. Foster was in Morristown on
business Monday.
Esq. Sam Roach, of Shilo, was in
ouir village Friday.
T. J. Hammer and family, of Knox
vi'tle, spent Thanksgiving with J. '.I.
Hammer. .
Sam Brabson, of Buffalo, visittd
relatives here Saturday and Sun.'av
Miss Jennie Hammer 'is visiting
her brother, T. J. Hammer in Krox
ville this week.
Work on the new pike road through
this viHage is processing nicely. t
Prof. Boyd Kitter, member of tiie
"Dandy Jim" quartette, went to
Heath's Chapel Saturday evening to
sing.
"Chicken Pox" and "Seven Yeu
Itch" are surely getting a hustle on
Haronwr Town at the present writing
Foster Ray Brabson, two year old
son of Mr. and Mrs. Lon Brabson,
died at his home i,n Lenoir City on
Friday evening and was interred in
the cemetery here Sunday, Rev L. M.
Ellis conducting the faneral servu-e.
STOLE THE 3IOON
When the first eflectric central sta
tion was built in Bolivia, the native
Indians attributed the new light to
supernatural power. Shortly thers
aftei; occurred an eclipse of the
moon. The natives, seeing the mom
disappear, attacked the central sta-
Mr. and Mp. Wylie Hopson hayo tion, accusing those in charge of
moved to Middlesboro, Ky.,
having stolen the moon to break it
COFFTISrS AND CASKETS
I keep a large assortment of coffi ns and Caskets, including Caskats
covered with black broad cloth, silv er gray plush and white lambskin.
Also rosewood Caskets and Coffins and gloss white Coffins. I hand-,
make Conns and Casket from walnut, sassafras and chestnut.
J. A.GEEEKLEE
Central Point RUTLEDGE, TENN.
into bits and moke it into the new
lights. It was necessary to caiil out
the Bolivian army to quell the riot
and the Indians were not appeased
until the end of the eclipse. N6t un
til they again saw the moon were
they, satisfied that it had not been
stolen.
, But it appears often as the same
logic that prompts politicians to
launch their attacks on utility .com
panies on the ccusation that "they
stole the moon."
PHIIOSOPHT
AUTQCASTER 1
NON-RESIDENT NOTICE
F. W. JARNAGIN, ADMR.,
vs
ZILDA ELLER, ET AL.
TO AUSTIN R. ELLER AND M. P.
JARNAGIN:
In Chancery Court at Rutledge, Tenn.
In this cause, it appearing from
the bill which is sworn to, that
Austin R. liler and M. P. Jarnagin
two of the defendants, are non-resi
dents of ,the state, they are there
fore, hereby required to appear
on or oeiore me intra mor.aay oi
December next, before the
Clerk and Master of said
Court at his office in Ratledge, Ten
nessee, and make defence to the bill
filed against them in said Court, bjr,
F. W. Jarnagin, Admr., or otherwise
the bill will be taken as confessed.
It is further ordered that this no
tice be published for four consecu
tive weeks in the GRAINGER COUN
TY NEWS
This 18th 'ay of Nov., 1922. 51-4w
, W. T. PHILLIPS,
Clerk and Master
FINALLY our charming women,
folk have bowed to the inevitable
and given the gate to the short
akirt. Soon sight of a tapered ankle
will be spoken of as something that
existed in "the good old days."
Women of course will be chided
for their weakness. They have pro
tested that the short skirt is healthy
and comfortable, and tried to keep
it in the mode, but what are the
poor things to do when the whole
sale dressmakers just won't make
short skirts. The girls must buy
what they are offered or nothing.
And where's the harm? Tiie change
means more cloth used, more mill
hands at work, more business in
the r,ires. The much derided
chr mood of our womeiPfolk
ha: . the wheels of industry
moi wany a year.
Patronize OUR Advertisers In buying
IP
IISSSnwE3EBE23
Sale
Bills
If you intend
to have a sale
get our prices
HINTED
TTT W? are fixed fct ' v.rr 3
El out work of th-s Lnu A
xLI I in double-quick linc.
WANTED Pair good second hand
singte 6-column chases. Send de
scription and price to the SUN, Mor
ristown, Tenn.

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