Culberson is cominp to the front.
Wbat wee need here most is food
Mr. R. W. Nichols* daughter. of
Mineral Bluff. Ga.. was a visitor st
Culberson Sunday afternoon.
Mr. Ros* Ellis visited home folks
Mrs. J. B. Hawkins mail,, a business
trip to Woodstock. Ga.. the f.rat
of the week.
Mrs. Clifton Brace carried her
baby to Atlanta for nwdical treatment.
Master Glenn Ellis and Howard
Nichols have been very busy f?hr the
!: FARMS FOR SALE
I.?79 acres. $3,701
ance 1. 2. and 3 years
;l Sweetwater. Tenn.. oik
| good state of cultivatio
$ 2.? I 23 acres red lar
1 fencing: fair house; 8 i
Tenn.. on \ onore pike
down, balance in nine
3.?145 Acres. $10.
wood. Tenn; pike: bes
r 000 down, balance in t
4.?17 acres close ii
good barn, house. ele<
;; 5.?60 acres. $3,500
home, weli-watered; 3
For Further Details c
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If anyone wants om
me or come to SweetA
glad to help you buy t
I W. B. i
Mr. A, D. Byera and son. Claud,
have just returned from Chattanooga,
Mrs. Letha Anderson has her new
home almost completed.
Miss Eula Am by spent Sunday
with Miss Harel Nichols.
I Miss At ha Thompson and her
brother. Jewel, were business visit lore
in oar little town Saturday.
I Mr. V.. M. Brown was in oi?r town
Quite a number of people of our
: iwn are aiienditii: court at Murpsy
Mr. Guy Hyatt visited his unr:e
Mr. W Rich has moved back tc
We had a light storm bere Sun
day morning but the clouds soon
blew away and brought forth a beautiful
Mr Hubert Nichols spent Sunday
w th home folks, after which he
returned t Etowah. Tenn.. where he
is employed by the Etowah Tie and
M ? lirzie Arp has returned
hnir>4 * f:TP months st.iv a?
Gostonu?, where *he ha* been employed.
Mr. L. P. Collii^ 5-* rery busy
ik-itj. hi* new !r?rt>r It i? fkhcjr
Mr Rass (arroll ?f*ent Sunday
ON EASY TERMS f
3. one third cash, bal!
time; 2' > miles from ?.
i half mile off pike. In
id. lies well; good barn. J
miles east Sweetwater. |!
; price $5,750; $1,500 i
\ early pa\ nienis.
000: 2 miles of Engle>t
farm in county: $?,- i
en equal payments.
1 town, $6,000. ten Z
ctric lights, water: su- i
: terms, ten years: good |
1 > miles out. x
?f Either Farm Write: |
TER, TENN. !
e or two mules, write X
vater, Tenn. Will be |
CKMOm tCOUT. MWWT. WO
J. Keanley Mitchell
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Millionaire club m:,n. oi* Philadelphia.
who wa" known a# the n>y ?the
artist's model. Dorothy Keenan.
who *a.- found murdered in her
apartment at 144 West 57th street.
New York City.
afternoon with his wife and lovely
little daughter, Christine.
Mrs. Myrtle Moore, of Hi t House,
was here 0n business Friday and Saturday.
The singing at the Baptist church
is progressing nJcelT.
% Letilia 11
We are having some fine weather
The fsrmer are ail smiles on account
of the new road law.
Mr. Arthur Graham ha? retailed
home from Tennessee and has take:
hargc of his store and poctoffice.
Mr. Ernest Graham expecting
to leave ?v>on for Kr.oxviile, where
he ha* a position.
Rev. W. P. Hogsed f.Iled his regar
appointment at Oak Grove Sunday.
Th- re * i*e Sunday School at
>ak Grove Sunda\.
W. C. Walker ar.d wife and little
n visited Mr. and Mr E W. Tayr
p tr r* u j i m. n..j
!??.?. I' | 4>U -??? ?'UU
i Mason a call aSturday.
Mr. Stanley Gre-n fr m Murphy
I vnsited his father. M. A. Green, Satj
urday and Sunday.
Thomas Payne. from < pperhill.
a* parents of this place Sunday.
T i~r Tay r was a pUasant calirr
at x ersir.i. . r. Creek S-ruay.
K. 0. Taylor w.ri t > Mur.hy Saturday
or. L .
Barto Ca.:. vay was a easant
aller at Mr. Mar.on Green's Sunday.
W. L. Baker w. * ? f x hunting
Saturday night, but returned with a
John Voyies \s work.rtr for me
McClure Br^tfct-rs these days.
M <s Gru * Allen epterta:r.e<! a
large number of young folks with
sr. Easier party Sunday.
Misses Cor* and Ora Thomasson.
were visiting this place this week.
Yhe farmers are busy plowing. as
; corn plant;ng t me will soon be here.
Mr. N B. Elliott and family visited
Mrs. M. M. Hyde Sunday.
Mr. Pock Sudderth and Bern 3?
Cox motored to Murphy Sunday.
Rev. Clay Pipes preached an interesting
sermon Sunday evening.
The singing school of this place
is progressing nicely under the man.
, ' ta _ ...
| of Rot. R. N. Barker.
Misses Elisabet^ Ferguson and
I Flonie Wilson were the guests of
j Morrison Moore Sunday.
j Miss Grace Allen was the guest
. of Myrtle Trull Sunday.
Miss Mattie lucCiure "j pTannmg
I to spend the weeL-end v.th her
i Miss Flora Burrel was visiting r
(stives and friends at Biasstown : uaday.
Miss Minnie Berrong arc' ?lr Paul
I Lemmons were happily tr.u:Hed Saturday.
Mr. Earley Pipts has purchased
a new car.
Mr Pcnrier Trul! was a vtstor
.it J E. Trull's Sunday.
> *: Young er.tertaincd a
large r m???r of friends witi! an
cgg-hur.; Sunday. Everybody rcrorts
a nice time.
Mr. John Cornwcll is a regular
t;*dent at the singing school.
Mr. Ralph Carrir.ger. of KnoxviTle
T-rnn.. is visiting his wife, Mrs. Ruth
Carringer. this meek.
DANGERS OF A COLD
rtcrphy People Will Do Wet. to Heed
Many Bad Case* of kidney troc-'
>le resuit from a cold or chill. Conrested
kidneys fall behind in filter!
ing the poison-laden blood. and bach
; a<*he. headache, d rzir.oss and u.'s1
re red kidney act on. follow. Don't
neglect a cold. Use Plan's Kidney
Tills at the first sign of V drey trou- \
Me. Here i? an expc"irr.ce told by
a resident of this legality:
Mrs. ("has. C. Bell. 'J"? Woodrow
Ave.. Ash v lie. N\ f., says: "My
kidneys wer* alwav? weak and if I
vet-worked or took r?ld it settled
<>n them and my back ached as if
.t would break*. ! could get no relief
day or night. My work wa? often
neglected because I way in such
misery. 1 whs hardly ever free from
j flTiil headachtc. My kidneys art?d
i regularly and my f-.-e: and ankles
i swelled. I used Doan's Kidney Pi.It, !
and I have never had anything to do
I me *o much go?*i. My Back war
soon strong and free from rain. The
j swelling left and my kidney* were
60c at all dealer*. Fr* t r-M.lj
burn Co., Mfrs.. Buffalo, N Y?Adv
Sweet Clover and Honey
I Sweet Clover ->e?J and pure honey
(comb and extracted) direct from
j producing point at lowest possible
j orice. Quality Guaranteed. Write
for prices and < u!ars.
John A. Sheehan
R. D. No. 4. FALMOUTH. ICY.
It is better
able and ri
back it up
jr*uk it wilt.
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j DRIVE AN OVER1
CMMtm Cry #or FltwSS^p
LV^!4JkS53WL!^MIA&NPM^S^^aaag3SBBSBMMBMMpgprc^^^ ?rt >'
The Kind Ton Bare Always Bought, and which has ban I
is use for orer thirty years, has borae the tignaturTj B
_/ ? ? tha wr*PP?r all th*,. ? K
f?JC.J&2/?-*1.* J""1 t# Prot*e* ths ceal.,1 B
l-A^/Z74?X*U generations. Do sat be decSrM I
All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Jostasfood" are L I..
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health BT*'
Infants and Children?Experience against Experiment. B*'
Never attempt to relieve your baby with'aE
remedy that you would use for yourgeirtfl
What is CASTORIA I
Castorla is a harmless substitute for Castor OQ, Paregotfci BO*
Drop# and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It c-,nt?t5 Bd
neither Opium. Morphine nor other narcotic substance. ia fjage
is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it W H
been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulence
Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feeeriahneaa aiia2r k
therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, iu| B 0
the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleea. B I
The Children's Comfort?The !Io;her'a Friend. H !
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYtll
^ n - c? <?? -? !
In Use For Over 30 Years i
The Kind You Have Always Bought 1
MS CINTAUR COM^ANV. N(W voes CITY. ^
SUBSCRIBE TO YOUR HOME PAPER-$l.5oB
ppODUCE MOKEY MAKING Y,EtDs I
ALBANY ATLANTA B
! ?-MS ^ U
HIGH GRADE ACID AND GUANOS B
For Sale by IB
F. D. Dickey Feed Co. B
P: Tennessee Street !9B
| MURPHY N. CAR.
y^T' \ r
5 iJW yjj^HL a
-easure of a Car
has a way of giving honor where honor is
linly Overland was never more worthy,
looking, more comfortable, more dependnore
economical. We believe it is the
itomobilc value in the world, /vnd we
to the limit of our resources.
ys-Ovtrlmtd Adirtisrmnl i? Tk? Sttmrdsy ?? uhtg tit
tMtfJtar tSZS C?w? im AU frtm ?. *. k rw?4? 8
E. C. MOORE I
LAND AND REALIZB THE DIPFBRBNCB I