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6 OUR SOCIAL AND The Press will be thankful for by teiepnone, man or m pviavu. . ii Mini BAPTIST CHURCH Preaching service every Third Sun- day of each month at 11:00 a m ana T:30pm.. ,., , Services every Third Saturday - month at 7:30 pm You are invited to attend. REV I H BEE, Pastor ' MRS J A HONEYCUTT, -Clerk and Treas. SUNDAY SCHOOL . - . , ' Held eyery Sunday morning at 10 'clock. , .. Mrs. J. A. HONEYCUTT, Supt MISS. LILLIAN LOVE, Secy and Treas. nnPCnVTlTliliN CHURCH' ' Church Services secono and fouith Sunday in each month at 7 3 P- mv R. C. Rankin. UNION SUNDAY SCHOOL Meets every Sunday morning at 10:00 o'clock at the Presbytarian church. MISS. SADIE RAMSEY, Supt MRS. ROSS WILLIAMS, Secy. GERMAN LUXHERAM CHU German Services Fin Sunday; in every month, English services the e, maining Sundays. Church Services at io:to a. m. ' Rev. Demetrio, Pastoi. Sunday school at 9-3 a- " Rev. Demetrio, Supt. ujuiauuiHHiiiwiuiiiimimiuiuHiiu:iiiiHHiuiiuiHiHiiBuimiuin4inmnuiiii!i!iutiii For Life Insurance 1 Call on s TIFFIN OTT, Agent. g Wartburg, Tenn. j rrpw mmnmiHmmtmim!imca t.unmummuiimtiiimiyumummitHtutumHmuiUtig NOTICE. -.n1an(1 t announce to mv friends ana yv -..- . tuawuM - t ... l .fAwa that 1 am now in me chandise business again, ana wm . . isa of iin to date merchandise at rock bottom prices, consisting of . firt class eoods. neither old stock or shelf worn and can give you the benefits of the declines in cotun gThe following is a list of a few of the many items I have to offer. Mens Khaki pants $1.25. better grade $2 " B. B. Overalls 1.90 " RR Special LoO Jumpers to match 1.90 Mens 8o per cent wool trousers 3.2o m iii work shirts oocts, mens Dress shirts 9octs to 2, Ginghams 13c Dress shirts yocis w' uu'sw""" r nmMttA ne. uercals ' 2iC fine line of fresh groceries always on hand at a great saving to the con- Hams 42C. Smoked meats 30. ury aaii Extract 35, Will pay the ioiiowwg iur Eggs 40c, Hens e per pounu , , Jt D,i(fa 1 ... H tnn nnfAH inr an ui- , duce. I also make a Specialty of all' Mr and Mrs Lee Needham visit leather guaranteed shoes. ed friends at Glades Sunday. T. A. HOOD, Poster Ooten and Barney Spurt Lancing, Tenn. A picnic was given by the young people of Wartburg Sunday after noon in honor of Miss Cora Ilornsby of Harriman, Tenn. The party motored to Oliver Springs and on their return ate a sunset supper in PERSONAL DEPARTMENT items" for this department, either niiiniiiHitiiiiinniiiiniiHiiiiiniiiiiiiliiillllllllimiililililli the gorge near Stephen's Switch. Afttr the enjoyable supper the crowd motored home by way of Petros. The following young peo plH comp08e(j the party: Messrs Kreja Ed Zumstein, Otto and nr1 S...hnWt.. .Tne Summer and r TV Znm8t . Will Hillany. Misses Ida Zumstein, Cora Ilornsby, Florence Kreis, Wil ma. Schubert, . Ethel and Eloise Williams. Phillip Hall, Dot Byrd, Theodore Basler and Lawrence joyner all of whom shw service in France, and held high the good name of Tenn essee and the United States have been discharged from tho,.eryKe and are .now .at home, Ve are glad to see the boys again m old Morgan and looking so well: We are proud of our soldier boys. ' - Mr Kyker' and Miss .JSWn' ')) e ju6t received a stereoptican. and will phow some beautiful and m siructive pictures at tiie following places nexi week : - Tues. May 27, 8 p.m. Deer Lodge Wed. 28, Sunbright. Thu. Fri. Sat. 29, 30, Burrville. Rose. 31, Rugby. Everyone invited. Mrs C. D. Henry and dnughter Treme were calling on friend" aud relatives iu Hirrimah last week. ' Miss Cora Uornsby. of Harridan vbS wU(iste,r .sUday Jasper 'Hug Kelt of 'Bobbins' was iu town the hrst of the week Miss Ethel Williams who ba6 been teaching at Harriman return ed home Saturday.- Miss Florence Kreis spent the week end in Oakdale visiting rela tives. Mr and Mrs V. V. Morris of Stockton Calif, are visiting rela- tives in our burg. Union Grcve Items. Clarence Lankford of Flint, Michigan is spending a few days , th his narents at this place. ith his parents at this place. KnnI.ii finhnnl ib urncrrcsS- inn ninln nnrlpr thi nonulaf and lllg J W - f J I .efficient tjupenntenaent o. u. run- HP". Quite a number of young people T : 11 SunVivSnrnf. at.. from Burrville and Sunbright at tended church hero Sunday. Misi. Bertha Burce of Sunbright was the guest of Miss Tressie Phil - i lips Sunday. Douglas Needham entertained quite a number of young people at , ... his home Sunday afternoon with hjB talking machine. ff . Bick at thig ler soon. James Phillips was calling on his o ing have gone to Flint, Michigan to work. Deer Lodge Items. Peter Strand has left for more fertile fields in the carpenter line, over in 01d Virginia." Martin Cox one of our oldest re spected citizens is failing rapidly and slight hope6 are entertained for his recovery. W. J. Clongh motored over Fri day from Knoxville with two land buyers. S. T. Kimbell and daught er Yvonne returned with tbem in the evening for a Bhort trip to Knox xille, Hon. W. Z. Stricklin passed thru our' burg Friday enroute to Union Grove School house to take deposi tiong S. T. Kimbell and Capt.T. Weide man attended Court in Wartburg this week. The Pike Road Commission have ordered Contractor Long to use the remaining road lundsin rocking the bad places after leaving Summit Park and in front of the liates place. This is welcome news to all users of that road. Mr and Mr Peter Czaja of Chi cago are spending the summer at the Koszutski farm in search of health for Mr Czaja Judge Wm Bullard and Mr and Mrs Babcock motored over from our suburb of Sunbrigl t Sunuay evening. . Pvt Everett Garrett is attending the A E F famous University at Beaunie Cote d' Or, Frinoo taking a business course Joe Ryon is away drilling a well on the Nelson farm near Stowers. Doc Jones new brave Duplex truck is lieing made acquainted, with mud, cut and fills between here and Shadeland, trying to haul out lumber from Doc's saw mill. Mrs Clay Hearon and children wtre visiting friends in Sumuight Saturday. Doc Jones accompanied by the genial railroad agent at Suubiitfht, A. P. Brown motored thru Deer Lodge Sunday Enroute " to poiute across Twin Brfdgel'. r . Rose Remarks. (Received to late for last weeks issue) Mitses Charlott Morton, Be trace Davis and Nola York with Will Summer, Hubert Lewallen and Willard Summer speDt Sunday iu Fentress County visiting Corp, Cor rell Hull and his sister Miss Edith Hull. W. E. Moore and Ralph King are working at Jamestown. Luther White and family of Som erset have movud to theLyss Peters place. John Ash and family of Knox ville have moved to the Forrester, place. E. D. Hall who was called to To i.j o.nmnf. nf Ricknei-8 and I (J UU VVVMMW V death of his wife, nas returneu n nf TT S finvern , "J ment protect the wool grower just . 1 1 A l . u vmu.r9 The as well as the wheat grower? The rjnvopniripnt, wool turned on the market has cut down the price near - ly one-nan. Burrville, Tenn. J !iIHM!IIMmffll Mrs Eva and Edna Schick oi Stearns Ky, have been spending thu week in Burrville visiting theii parents. Geo C. Galloway visited Wart burg, Thursday on business. . Miss Phenie Galloway is visiting her sister, Mrs. John Walt at Bar riman this week. Mr and Mrs James Jarrett who have been spending the winter in Spring City have returned to their borne here James Peters, Dock Choate and Otto Brown who made a flying trip to Harriman and Fort Oglethrope changee their minds about being soldiers and came back flying. Mr Oliver Galloway spent a fe w days this week at Harriman. M. V. Jackson is on the sick list this week Mr and Mrs E. F. Peters have re turned home from Dayton Ohio. F. D Hull is on the sick list this week. Mrs II. L. Cromwell and child ren of Oneida, Tenn are visiting fried s here. Mrs Sam McCartt of Walton Ky, and Mrs Howard of Oakdale spent a few davs last week with Mr and Mrs J. J. Nitzschke Mrs T. A. Greer is spending . few days with her daughter Mrs John Lewallenat Nydeck. Mr and Mrs C. E. Babcock and Mrs Douglas of Sunbright were guests of Mr and Mrs W.R. David- son Sunday. Mr Henry Taylor of Oakdale was calling on his be9t girl here Sunday. Miss Nina Owen left Sunday for Rockwood where she has accepted a position. . . a Rugby, Tenn. We bad a very pleasant and sue cessful neighborhood singing la6t Sunday afternoon. Mr. VfiUis Voiles leading the singerx from Rose and Brewster town and Mi W T Walton those of Rvigby. In these singiugs people of all denomi nations joined, this realizing to some extent the words' of that good old hymn, ''Blest be the. tie that binds "our hearts in Christian love" 'We had' an extra large out of town attendance at the Hughs Club Saturday night as the people came to hear and ee the Stereoptican iantern lecture, Miss Sloan our Co. Konie Demonstrator had -promised uW, but owi ng to h er recen t i n j u rj she was unable to come. We hope to have the lecture some future Sat urday Jesse Brewster of the Rainbow Division and one of our Service Star Boys was heartily welcomed home at our Sunday afternoon sing ing. He is a son of Thomas Brews ter, whose other son Jacob is still :in France, Mr and Mrs James M. Clark of Hastings Neb. and their son Mr and Mrs Will Clark of Detroit Mich, have been at the Newberry Hotel the past week. Mr Clark Sr, has large interests in Fentress Co and was associated with Thomas Hugh -es in early days of Rugby. Sunbright, Tenn. A. M. Mattox left one day last week for Jacksonville Fla. MUs Evelyn Russell of Warrior, Ala, is the guest of Mrs Wm. Neil and family this week. R. T. Wood of Helena was in town Wednesday. Miss Lena Johnson returned home Sunday altera weeks visit with her Hieter Mrs W. H.Conatser of Chat tanooga. Mrs Inman Terry and little daughter Katblyn, and sister Mies Florence Burchett expects to leave Tuesday for a visit with friends in Pruden. P. C. Goad who is working at i Annadel was in town Sunday. Miss Edna Mosier -visited rela tives at Burnside, Ky, Sunday. Several of our folks attended church at East Sunbright Sunday. Mr and Mrs Vernon Parrot ex pects to leave in a few day for Memphis, where they will make there future home. MrArlowRyon of Deer Lodge and a party of young folks from Burrville spent Sunday evening 1h town. Miss Mary Russell of Pilot Mtn. visited relatives in town Saturday. Banner Springs, Tenn. . Marion and Mre Myrtle Smith from Deer Lodge spent Sunday at this place, the guest of friends. Dewy Stowers made a business trip to Deer Lodge last week MrsHulda Findly had as her guest Sunday Francis and Mrs Jane Hick. Dr Nelse Anderson and wife left this place Monday enroute west. These to people have a host of loy al friends who regret to see tbem leave. Jack Ramsey arrived home from France Friday. We are glad to see our noble boys coming home. S. H. Beaty was a business visit or at Nashville last week. Leo and Mrs Sirean Neil are the proud parents of a bouncing 9 lb. Son. The young man was named WPliman Shade. He is the name sake for his grand parents Wm Neil and Shade Beaty. Casper and Mrs Addie Norman spent a few hours East of this place Saturday. . . $1.00 Will pay for a year's subscription to the Morgan County Press. FOUGHT "REDS" WITH "Devil" Devlin, Veteran of the Plain, Now Sells Apples on Streets of New York. It Is a long jump from selling ap ples from a little sidewalks stand In West 43d street to pumping a carbine during the height of Custer's Inst fight, but there's an old man In town who does it daily, if any one conies along to encourage him to make the jour ney. He is Frank Devlin, a little gray haired, wrinkled apple man, who sits daily with his stock of apples. Yes terday, writes the New . York corre spondent of the Pittsburgh Dispatch, he met a modern warrior wearing the Croix de Guerre who had just re turned from overseas. The newly made veteran listened with respectful at tention while the apple man showed him the way to handle a rifle. For years the withered old man was "Devil" Devlin, crack rider of the Fi'th United States cavalry, and one of the twenty best horsemen In the United States army. It was "Devil" Devlin who rode from Prescott, Ariz., to Dodge City, Kas., which, took a mat ter of nearly three months, 1,110 miles In the saddle. Devlin was present at Custer's last fight and he declares that the Indian fighter of the plains could tell some things to the heroes of the A. E. F. about hard work and harder fighting, long hours and scanty rations. Many Raise Peppermint. Peppermint probably occupies one of the most honorable places on the list of drug plants, for the distillation of oil from Its leaves Is an Important , industry to which thousands -of acres are devoted, principally .In Michigan and New York. Their oils are extract ed also from wlntergreen, pennyroyal, tansy and a number of other well known plants. To be salable the leaves must be dried In a place where there Is plenty of air but no dampness, and In the shade, for this keeps the bright color. They must be looked over with care that no other leaves are mixed with them and packed In boxes or barrels to be shipped. Bulletins on this subject may be obtained from the superintendent of documents, Washington, D. &, at a cost of 15 cents apiece. Uncle Sam warns us that there are risks In these crops as well as In others, but all enterprises ars risks In this uncertain world.