<NEWS CLIPS - 1919>
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
The press will be thankful for items for this department, either by telephone,
mail or in person. Telephone No. 24.
Mr. T. WEIDEMAN expects to leave for Hot Springs, Ark., after the fair to
take the baths there.
Edison MELTON has been discharged from the Army and has returned home.
Married: Walter THORNTON and Dora BARDILLl, Feb 28, 1919
Mail contractor, M. M. GOAD has his "Tin Lizzie" out of commission and
Arlow RYON is carrying the mail.
Marriage Licenses issued
Week of March 7, 1919
Luther Wheeler to Fanny Belle Hickman
James Massengale to Corda Price
Fred Lehamn to Lena McGuffey
Walter Thornton to Malinda Stringfield
Week of March 21, 1919
Fred Headrick to Emma Langley
John G. Fletcher and Ella Frogge were married March 8, 1919
Week of March 26
James Bunch to Nancy Daughtery
Lawrence Howard to Bell Hawn
Daniel Choates to Amanda Griffin
Week of April 18, 1919
John Lester to Bertha Holloway
Week of April 19, 1919
Edward H. Jackson to Edith Hudson
Charles Monday to Versie Reynolds
Hansford Brewer top Dora Armes
Samuel Armes to Bertha Shields
Week of May 23, 1919
James McKeethan to Mattie Grant
Arthur Barnett to Ocie Ooten
Tom Hardie Stringer to Albertie Willis
Week of May 31, 1919
John Phillips to Clara Griffith
Oliver K. Shannon to Ida May Davidson
J. M. Lambrith to Maxie Ried
Vannie Henry to Mandie Hawn
* * * WEDDING * * *
And it came to pass in the reign of Woodrow the First, that Oliver of the tribeof Shannon of the Village of Sunbright said unto his mother, 'I pray theeallow me to go the village of Burrville and choose a wife among the
daughters of the tribe of Davidson.' And his mother said, 'My son, asthy heart desires and as thy soul longeth, go and choose a daughterof the tribe of Davidson, and may the Lord be with thee.'And it came to pass that Oliver rose up and came to the house of Williamof the tribe of Davidson, and said, 'I pray thee let me take to myself
Ida, of you household to wife. And William replied, 'as thy soul longeth so be it unto thee.' And it came to pass that they were married and lived happy ever after. [Morgan County Press dated June 6, 1919]
Marriage Licenses July 1919
Arthur Martin to Edith Jester
Hobart McCartt to Mary Ethel Hall
Luther Edmond to Laura Jestes
M. V. Jackson to Phenia N. Galloway
Week of July 12, 1919
Will C. Liles to Lizzie Hudson
Carl Blankenship to Eula Kesterson
Luther Hall to Amanda Melton
one listed as "don't publish"
Week of July 25, 1919
Floyd Cole to Ruth Murry
Charles Barger to Rosa Owens
Week of August 1, 1919
Horation Shaver to Myrtle Owens
Week of August 8, 1919
William H. Shoemaker to Cynthia Dahuff, (Married Aug. 7, 1919)
Luther Barnes to Kate Johnson
Joseph Cooper to Mary L. Honeycutt
Arthur Sampsel to Mary Jackson
Week of August 15, 1919
Chas. E. Trew to Elsie Phillips
Week of August 22, 1919
Fred Ehme to Flora Carler
Emerich OOLAH who has been working in Cleveland, Ohio, died suddenly of
the flu last week in that city. His wife and children left Saturday
to attend the funeral.
Geo. OLSON, a first class private in the U. S. Army is home on a furlough from France, proudly wearing two gold chevrons, indicating 12 months of over seas service.
SITTING EGGS, from purebred S. C. Rhode Island Reds, $1.25 per sitting of 15. N. Jacks, Lancing, Rt. 1.
Sheriff SCOTTt handed in several booze fighters, Friday. Our sheriff is trying to do his duty.
Mr. HAMBY of Glen Mary, who is Deputy United States Marshal brought in an old copper tank Friday, which had been used for making Wild Cat whiskey.. Mr Hamby has destroyed five stills in the past two weeks. Most of these stills which he destroyed were located in Scott County. From the signs there seems to be a splendid chance to destroy several stills in Morgan County. We are hoping that Mr. Hamby will locate in Morgan County.
Thorwald STRAND has purchased lots from Mrs. Fred PHILLIPS,on which he is building a fine residence.
Mack GUFFEY has moved over to the Geo. HOWARD farm.
It is reported that Sgt. Alvin C. York, the hero of the World War is the be married, June 7, 1919, at the picnic to be given in his honor at the Old Camp Ground. Gov. A. H. Roberts will officiate.
"SCHUBERTS GROCERY SPECIALS"
Royal Flour $1.40 per bag Pink Beans 9 ½ ¢ per lb One lot mixed beans 7 ¢ per lb Granulated Sugar 10½ ¢ per lb Extra Evaporated Peaches 14 ¢ per lb. Best Burning Oil 15 ¢ per gal
Cordell Hull of Dayton, Ohio, was calling on Miss Charlotte Morton.
Most all the farmers are done planting corn here
Mrs. G. M. York and daughter, Edith were in Rockwood last week.
Mr. & Mrs. Henry Dunkleburg of Rugby Road visited here Sunday.
Misses Mae Blair of Allardt and Rebecca Galloway of Sunbright
visited Mr. J. C. Hicks last week.
Mrs. S. N. Hutcherson and little daughter, Lena, of Oakdale were the
guests of her Parents, Mr. & Mrs. James McCartt, Sunday.
Mrs. James England of this place was called to Lancing Friday morning by the very serious illness of her husband, who was clerking in the store for Mr. A. P. Brown. They took him to Lincoln Memorial Hospital in Knoxville.
Work on the pike between Sunbright and Deer Lodge is moving along nicely.
Mr. Ruben Hurtt of Huffman Switch is moving into Mr. B. H. Humans house back of the Grist mill.
Jesse Davis is improving after a long sick spell of Typhoid fever.
The funeral of Eli Mays wife was preached at the same time of the
Memorial Day services at Prospect.
W. A. Cooper made this office a call Saturday.
J. S. Smith celebrated is 77 anniversary last Sunday. Guests were
Dr. & Mrs. Easley, Rev. T. V. Peters of Harriman, and Mr. & Mrs. Nitzschke.
Mr. & Mrs. H. V. Easley went to Athens, Tn., last Sunday to see
their daughter Violet, receive her high school diploma.
Ben Jacks of Cincinnati, spent a few days with home folks.
Mr. Claud Goldston and Henry Taylor of Oakdale and Arlo Ryon of
Deerlodge were calling on the Galloway sisters, Catherine, Lillie
and Charlene on Sunday.
Mr. Hurshul Peters has returned from France "Looking Good".
Miss Margaret Morgan and Geo. F. Galloway were the dinner guests of
Mr. & Mrs. O. K. Shannon.
Born to Mr. & Mrs. Joe Freels on March 17th, a fine boy.
Mrs. Martha Lindsay died at her home, Tuesday night, March 15. She leaves her husband and
ten children to mourn her loss. Her remains were laid to rest in Mill Creek Cemetery.
Sept. 19, 1919
When the Knoxville mob broke down the jail doors it released one prisoner against his will. He was due to serve eighteen days, and didn't want to get in trouble by leaving, but the mob told him to get out or they would kill him. He got out!
Shoe manufacturers say the price will not go higher but 1920 should see a decline. A fine feat!!
More Marriage Licenses issured
Week of September 5, 1919
Felix Melton to Nellie Jestes
Bert Shoat to Nellie Hayden
Walter Best to Vada Adams
Week of September 12, 1919
Nathan Robbins to Myrtle Neeley
Joe Sexton to Lillie Smith
Chas. Poston to Sarah Wilson
Chas. Daniel to Julia Dunn
Week of September 20, 1919
Jopnes Davis to Flora Dyer
C. B. Hawn to Maggie M. Davis
Earl Freels to Nellie Langley
Wm. A. Coffman to Oma A. Watson
Week of October 3, 1919
Lee Walker to Marie Fletcher
Lee Morgan to Ida Taylor
Wesley Brannon to Charlene Barns
Week of October 10, 1919
Alex Smith to Mary Byrd
Carl Gunter to Amy Garrett
Floid T. Wheeler to Francis M. Bradley
Robt. Roddy to Grace Jack
Week of November 14, 1919
Willie R. McDaniel to Bessie Summer
Week of December 4, 1919
A very quiet and simple wedding took place on December 4th
at the home of Mr. & Mrs. John Owen.
Miss Nina Owen and Mr. Oliver Galloway were united
in marriage by Rev. John Peters.
Week of December 12, 1919
Miss Anna Heidle & Mr. Walter Bardill were married at the Lutheran Church.
Attendants were Misses, Marie Heidle & Edith Bardill, Otto Schubert and Ed Heidle.
Mr. Bardill has recently returned from oversear where he served in the 3rd division.
Walter J. Bardill to Anna H. Heiedl
Rupert W. McCurley to Ollie F. Cecil
Miss Adkins and Munsom Heover got married last Sunday.
Week of December 13, 1919
Mr. Asmer Kenneth Johnson of Sunbright, and Miss Geneva Batson Crumley
of Covington, Ky., were married December 13, 1919 at the home
of the bride in Ky.
WAR BRIDES STUCK!
The Y. W. C. A. assisted 3,600 war brides in coming to the United States from Europe,
and, as is known, only one of these brides went back.
The war brides stuck!
Their husbands, while on duty in France, offered them a home in America, whenever
they got back, and we feel sure that most all of them will make good wives.
It takes some grit and love to make a wife leave her own native land for a strange
county she has never seen, and only knows through her visiting husband
*VICTORY LIBERTY LOAN CONTEST*
Six German Helmets will be assigned to Morgan County to be distributed as premiums as follows:
One Helmet to the man selling the greatest number of Liberty Bonds.
One Helmet to the woman selling the greatest number of Liberty Bonds.
One Helmet to the man selling the largest number of dollars worth of Liberty Bonds.
One Helmet to the lady selling the largest number of dollars worth of Liberty Bonds.
One Helmet to the boy selling the greatest number of Liberty Bonds.
One Helmet to the girl selling the greatest nuimber of Liberty Bonds.
Should the same party sell both the greatest number of Bonds and the largest number of dollars worth, the second Helmet will be awared to the party selling the second greatest number.
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SOLDIERS BEING DISCHARGED IN 1919
Jesse Brewster - Rainbow Division
Sgt. Walter Kries - 82nd Div
Ed. C. Peters
Lt. Lester Davis
Pvt. Hydle Brown
Corp Asmer K. Johnson
Hill Byrd - Old Hickory Div.
Carl Kreis - 30th Div.
Joe Summer - 30th Div.
Carson Brown - Old Hickory Div.
James McKeethan - Engineering Corp.
Ernest Erickson- Old Hickory Div.
Vernon Parrott - 30th Div.
Walter E. Human
Issued the week ending Sept 13, 1919
Charley McKinney to Lena Jordan
Mart Balinger to Delphia Kesterson
A. S. Terrel to Edith Clark
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Recorded in the Register's office for the week ending Sept 13th, 1919.
R. A. Davis C. & M. to J. C. Alley 1 lot 10th district $65.
R. A. Davis C. & M. to J. C. Alley, lots in Oakdale, $500.
J. C. Alley and wife to Mr. I. N. Williams, lots in Oakdale, $500.
L. Risedan and J. W. Hal to Mrs. I. N., Williams, 2 lots, 10th district, $200.
The 'Pie Supper" for the benefit of the Library on Saturday night was a most enjoyable occasion. $59.75 was received for the Library case and books.
The shipment of books expected for over a week has arrived at Mr. Holder's.
Chapel Tuesday was had under the management of the 7th grade.
Friday 6th grade will have charge.
REMEMBER, THE MORGAN COUNTY FAIR WILL BE HELD AT DEER LODGE,
SEPT. 23, 24, 25, AND 26, 1919.
LET EVERYBODY ATTEND.
October 31, 1919 The first week after losing our chief compositor our paper was a failure; last week we got a left-handed paper; next week we expect to get a cross-eyed paper, and the next a one-legged paper and the next a one 'hand' paper. If you are not already a subscriber, you had better subscribe and keep up with all these startling things. Only $1.00 a year. It is worth more than that.
Lea & Sirean Neil of Banner Springs are the proud parents of a bouncing
nine pound baby boy. He is the name sake for his grandparents,
William Neil and Shade Beatty. (May 23, 1919)
Rev & Mrs. Gamble of Sunbright are receiving congratulations on the
birth of a daughter. (July 1919)
John E. Williams of Wheat, Tn., has bought a new Ford Car and is enjoying
himself riding. (July 1919)
Peter Strand of Deer Lodge, left for more fertile fields in the carpenter
line, over in "Old Virginia."
Chas H. Cromwell, who moved to Allart some months ago, is now
moving back to Burrville. (April 1919)
John Owen and family spent Saturday and Sunday at Banner Springs. (April 1919)
Mr. & Mrs. Martin Galloway formerly of Oakdale, are moving back to Sunbright.
(March 21, 1919)
Mr. & Mrs. Vernon Beaty of near Banner Springs, lost their darling little baby Thrusday morning. (Dec, 5, 1919)
Brasel & Sons have placed in my hands for collection,
their mercantile accounts. All persons
owing said firm, please call and settle and save cost.
T. A. Morris, Attorney
I wish to announce to my friends and customers that I am
now in the mercantile business again.
A list of a few of the things I have to offer:
T. A. HOOD, LANCING
Men's Khaki pants $1.25 - better grade $2.00 Dress Shirts 90 cents Pure Lard 35 cents Hams 42 cents Dry Salt Extract 35 cents
To the Republicans of Morgan County
I hereby announce myself a candidate for the office of Sheriff, subject to the Republican Primary to be held December 20, 1919.
If elected, I shall endeavor to discharge the office in a business like manner and to perform my duty according to law and be governed by the processes that are put in my hands to the best of my ability.
I was born and raised in Morgan County and have always supported the Republican Party. I am a poor man and need the office, and having made the race two years ago and was defeated, I feel now that I am entitled to the office this time.
W. M. Holder
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