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j3 rrrw-f " - Aunt Esther Reeves is on the sick list. Master Lannie Scott is suffering with a severe rising in his head.. ' . Miss Lizzie Moffatt is visiting Miss Bonnie Worlcy in Nashville. - X . Rov. Burgess Cunningham filled his regular appointment here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Cloar, of Troy, fipent. Sunday with 'Mr. and Mrs. John ; Domic'. ' " Mr. and Mrs. Henry Callis, of White side,' were the guests of relatives here several days this week. . Mr, Jake Hutclierson and family, of Liberty, were the guests of Mr. Newt Hutcherson and family Friday. v Miss Cammie Curry, of hear Troy, was the guest of her cousin, Miss Marian Isbell from Friday till Monday. Kev. Elmer McDaniel and wife, of Curve, Tenn., were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ira McDaniel Friday. c Mr. Dave Wicker, of near Troyi and ; Miss Effie Long,of this community, were united in marriaee Sunday afternoon. Rev. Burgess Cunningham and Mr, Bichard Brown, who are attending Beth el College, spent Saturday dM Sunday with homefolks. Mr. Bob Cunningham and sister, Miss Mary, pf Polk, visited at the home of their uncle, Mr. W. M. Cunningham, Saturday and Sunday. Mr, R. P. Tidwell, of Oklahoma, after a pleasant visit to relatives and friends here, returned home Saturday, accom paniod by his sister, Mrs. Dollio Hutch orson, widow of the late Jimmio Hutch rson, who will make her home with him, Gayle FREMONT. ."Mrs. A. M. Moore is reported to be omo better. ' ; Mrs. Tod Thomas, of Crystal, visited her sister, Mrs. Edgar Park, Last week ' Mr. Clarence Cloys and wife, of Union City, visited Mrs. R. M. Caldwell Sun day, Mr. J. B. Hudson, of Clayton, spent several days' last week with his daugh ter, Mrs. Fate Maupin. ' Mrs. Richards, of Republican neigh borhood, has been very sick for some days but is some better now. Rev. John R. Williams will preach at tho Fremont Christian Church Sunday .1 11 . o ... Ut 1U. . 111. IU1U O p. IU. - ' The families of Brice Bone, Henry Hudson, Charlie Caldwell and Ed Rus sell went to Hickman Suuday. Edna Andrews, son of Bud Andrews, died March 5 and was buried the follow ing day at Sanders' Chapel. The young man had had consumption for over a year. He was about 17 years old. The Fremont schoolhouse is looking much nicer with a new coat of paint on the inside. X. ROGERS SCHOOL. " Mr. W. W. Morris, who has been very sick, is better now. - Mr. J. L. Glover, of Clayton, has moved back to his farm near here. Mr. Rube Coleman, of Missouri, has been visiting Mr. Cheatham Glover this week and last.. ' Several people from Hickman are vis iting friends and relatives in this vicin ity now,.-being driven away from home on account of high water. Vernon, the little son of Mr. J. E. Elgin, has been suffering a great deal for about two months, caused from hav ing a tooth pulled, which -fractured the jaw bone. Reporter. N PLEASANT HILL. Eugene Forester is on the sick list. Some of the roads are almost impos sible to travel now. Mr. Harry Kilgore, of Alabama, is spending this week with Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Fitzgerald. Master Charley Edmaiston, of Obion' is spending this week wTith his cousin, Master Slade Edmaiston. Mr. and Mrs. Barton, of Number Sev en, were the guests of relatives at this place Saturday and Sunday. ' -'. .' Miss Anna Lou Roberts, of Troy, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Car mack in Number Six Sunday. 11 T 1 . !. ... 1; Alien j ones, wuo is aiienuing scnooi at McKenzie, spent last week with his brother, Dr. J. D. Jones, in the White side vicinity. Mayflower. of the market .We believe in early buying. The merchant who buys early gets the cream The same can be said of the customer. We now have the .most complete line in every department thst has ever been shown here. This week we especially emphasize our suits and our line of silks. OUR SUITS. Tailored Suits, $22.50 Twenty - five and thirty dollars have always been popular prices for tailor-made suits, but never before at this part of the season have you been able to buy $35.00 values at this price, $22.50 OUR SUITS Tailored Suits, $22.50 We offer the most beauti ful and exclusive effects in perfectly tailored spring suits, in models of most emphatic effectiveness. These suits are astounding values at our very special sale price of only $22.50. 0 OUR SILKS The style this season demands sdme very soft clinging material, and nothing fills the bill except silk, fn this department we "plunged." In fact, we are now showing the greatest range of styles, weaves and colors that has ever been shown in this country. We have them all. We are especially strong on the new fancy Messaline and Satin Foulards. BLACK SILKS We have put in the famous "Bonnet" Mills Black Silks. They are the very best. Every yard guaranteed. Let us show you. WE WILL APPRECIATE A LOOK. Hardly, Coram Jack s3m NO CHANGE IN BUSINESS. The business heretofore conducted by W. S Jack son will continue without change under the firm name W. S. JACKSON & SON with W. E. Jackson as manager, to handle everything in the line of GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FARMING IMPLEMENTS, FARM WAGONS BUGGIES, ETC., ETC. South Side Telephone 24 Union City Race Suicide, as President Roosevelt calls it, is not nearly the menace to increase in popu lation that deaths among infants, are. And eight out of ten of these deaths are directly or indirectly caused by bowel troubles. McGee's Baby Elixir cures diarrhoea, dysentery, sour stomach and all infant ailments of this nature. Just the thing for teething babies. Price 25 and 50c Sold by Nailhng Drug Co. NORTHSIDE. Eain plentiful. " Some of the neighbors gardened last week. Glad to report Mr. Mansfield Harel son improving, after several weeks ill ness. Mrs. Mary Carter received at dinner Monday last. Her guests were Mr. and Mrs. Lawson Caruthers, Mr. and Mrs. James Caruthers, The news of the unexpected death of Miss Pelina Carter cast a gloom of sad ness over our community. She died early last Saturday morning at her brother's tome. She was a good wo man, possessing many redeeming qual ifications. Everybody loved Aunt P., as we all called her. If she could speak to us to-day she would say; , ."I am gone. Weep not for me, Friends dear And brother sweetv We will meet - 5're long at Jesus' feet. " - Lady Reader. CLAYTON. We are having lots of rain and mud. Mr. Fayette Owen is sick with la grippe. . ' Miss Zora Maupin is suffering with la grippe. Miss Ella Smith, of Beech vicinity, visited homefolks Sunday. , Little Susie and Lee Douglas, of Hick man, are visiting Mrs. Oma Smith this week. ' Little Elizabeth Kendall, who has been dangerously ill with membranous croup, is a great deal better. Messrs. Ras Owen, Sid Caldwell, Lee Norrid and Chas. Richards are all driv ing spick, span new buggies bought of J. F. Carter last week. Rev. Perry will preach next Sunday at Pea Patch. He informs us that he will preacli there every Sunday after noon until further notice. : -. Wild-Plum. Oyster season now on at Dahnke's. T.L. BRANSFORD & SONS Brick Manufacturers and Contractors Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Sand, Lime, Portland Cement, Fire Brick, Fire Clay, Fire Backs, Plaster Paris, Plaster Hair, Cement, etc, We manufacture any style, solid or hollow JOED AN. Miss Farrar McConnell is on the sick list. , Mrs. W. B. Sowell is visiting relatives in Union City. Mr. Joe Carter, of Marvelle, Ark., is here visiting relatives. Mr. C. C. Carter has been confined to his bed for the past week. Mrs. Betty Mason is sick at the home of her brother, Mr. O. B. Curlin Miss Mattie Huddleston, of Fulton, is the guest of Mrs. W. T. Bondurant. Mrs. C. G. Alexander left Wednes day for Nashville where she will be treated. Miss Nellie Bowen has returned from Jonesboro, Ark., where she visited her sister, Mrs. Emma Martin. The Epworth League, which has been in winter quarters, will meet the fourth Sunday in March. Everyone invited to come and take part. Miss Pelina Carter, the aged sister of Mr. E. C. Carter, died Saturday morn ing and was buried at Mt. Zion Sunday. The funeral services were conducted by Rev. C. C. Newbill. Kentucky. Make concrete Walks, concrete walls for fencing, or anything in the concrete line. Grate setting and job work a specialty. No job too small or too large. prompt Attention to All Work. m PLUMBING. Having returned to Union City, I am now prepared to do all kinds of plumbing on short notice and in workmanlike manner. ' D. H. Little. FOR RENT Five acres of good im proved land adjoining corporation. Good houses and fine home for anybody.. 51-4t C. E. Cobb. Reappointed. ' Hon. Mat M. Marshall, of Dyersburg, has been appointed to succeed himself for another term as Prison Commission er, with headquarters at the State Peni tentiary in Nashville. Mr. Marshall is well known in Union City and the ap pointment is received with pleasure. BETHEL. Mr. Walter Phillips returned to his home in Nashville Sunday. Sam Grooms and family visited their aunt, Mrs. Dicy Calhoun, at Troy, re cently. Mr. Walter Phillips, "of Nashville, is visiting his Uncle Purk Brown this week. Mr. Bud Moss had the misfortune to lose his fine driving mare, which died this week. Mr. Frank Brown and family visited Mrs. Brown's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wash Calhoun, at Tally's, Saturday night, J. N. Sanders and sister attended an entertainment at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Lindsey at Protemus Thursday night. Trixie. Use Dahnke-Walker Milling Co. Jer sey Cream Flour, a home product, and guaranteed. Death Near Zion. Miss Pelina Carter, a highly esteem ed elderly lady, died at the home of her brother, Lum Carter, on Sunday, Mar. 7, 1909, and the remains were interred at Mt. Zion Sunday. Miss Carter was 78 years of age, a member of the Methodist Church, and a consecrated, good woman. Services were conducted by Rev. Newbill. Lovers of good health should prevent sickness instead of letting themselves get sick and then try to cure it. So long as you keep your liver, bowels and stomach in a heal thy and active condition you won't get sick. Ballard's Hcrbino relieves consti pation, inactive liver and all stomach and bowel troubles. Sold by Nailling Drug Company. m - Real Estate Transfers. W. B. Roby and wife to O. Spradlin,. 143 acres in No. 3, $900. G. P. Williams to O. Spradlin, 173 acres in No. 3, $1,625. Mrs. M. McGee to G. P. Williams, 171 acres in No. 3, $1,600. J. H. Sandling and wife to A. J. De Bow and wife,' lot in Union City, $800. J. A. Cloar and wife to W. L. Jona kin, lot in Union City, $800. O. Spradlin and wife to L. S. Parks, interest in laud in No. 3, $50. E. A. Tumage to J. R. Dotson etal.,' lot in No. 9, $100. J. H. Pryor and wife to Ross Brown, 20 acres in No. 6, $G80. . Joe Lynch et al. to Dr. T. D. Bryan, 36 acres in No. 1, $2,695. J. B. Adams et al. to T. B. Bryan, 21 acres in No. 1, $300. Joe E. Harper to A. J. Corum and wife, lot in Union City, $100. S. P. Bryson and wife to R. H. Davis, ;i(-res in No. 7, $393. Moms et al. to P. D. Hornbeak, 10' W, , 15, $671.85. . E. T Jan and wife to J. V. Jer nigan, 5 acres in No. 15, $1,050. H. D. Frizzle and wife to W. A. Jack son, 24 acres in No. 4, $900. W. L. White and wife to L. L. Milam, lot in Union City, $125. v Chas. W. Miles to Geo. P. Moody, in terest in laud in No. 7, $300. Mrs. C. M. Barton to J. H. and E. E. Siore, 28 acres in No. 4, $900. Toy Cloar. and wife to A. J. Walker, 60 acres in No. 3, $1,080. State of Ohio, City of Toledo, ) Hjcas Cocnty, J Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of F.J. Cheney & Co., doing business in the City of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of ONK HUNDRED DO LLA RS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. Frank J. Cheney. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my pres ence this 6th day of December, A. D. 1SS6. ,a-.. A. W. Gleasow, vsbai..; Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials free. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo. O. Sold by all druptrists, 75c. Take Hall's Family Fills for constipation. -.