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Clay Jackson and Mis Minnie Finch, f Mason Hall, were united in marriage here last Thursday by Brother. E, B. Graham. , . Mr. and Mrs. W." T. Holloman, of Kenton, visited thelatter's mother, Mrs W. II. Fyle, here una week. Dick Muse and Miss May Iwpp, of this district, were married last Mouaay by Esq. W, II. Pjle. Uncle Tom Inman has returned from Mobile. While there Uncle Tom bought several sections of Mobile Bay as a fish ing preserve, lie likes oysters and thinks RIVES. Remember the ice cream supper Tuesday night in Caldwell Park. . snore Bros, have gotten in a variety of farming Implements and are rapidly disposing of them to hustling farmers. Guests of Mrs. W. L. Clemnions last Sabbath were Mr. and Mrs. David Clemnions and Miss Sadie Fry, of Obi on, and Roy Cummings, of Fulton. George Jordan, a sojourner of years ago, was here Monday. R. L. Harper was in Union City Monday Walker Pickard, of Number Thir- rr it would be much cheaper to catch them teeny wag a guegt of R L phebus Sun- than to buy them. Frof. 8. M. Morris, of Elbridge, closed one of the best and moat interesting singing schools here Friday night ever tausrht in this section. Prof. Johns brought his splendid choir from Obion and Frof. Sid Caldwell brought the choir from Fremont, so with sixty voice in perfect harmony singing the praises of (Jod. it was enough to cause one to think of the sineinz of angels. Miss Rosa day. Miss Louise Blanton, of Folk, was a week-end guest of Mrs. W. G. Harris. miner w mtesiue and family mo tored over from Fulton Sunday and j made a call with Mr. and Mrs. Barley corn. . Ernest Shropshire has returned from Florida. Mrs. Walter Agnew and Miss Missie Luker. of Elbridge. presided at the or- Harris were business visitors to Union can and there are very few if any in wty aionaay. the county who can surpass her in play- Mr. and Mrs. Luther Moffat, of Obi- mg sight music. I roy should do under on, were up Sunday for church services. obligations to 1'ror. Morris ana class anu the visiting singers for an evening of pleasure and entertainment. F. D. Tolk. J. R. Moffatt and C. L. Moffatt have each bought a new Sheck- ler surrey. O. R. McDade. E. D. Turnage, W. C. Cloar, E. E. Caldwell, D. E. Tucker and John Cook attended court at Union City Monday. Troubles must coma to all men, but those who are always looking for them will have the largest share. Presbytery of the Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church is in session here this week. Owing to sickness some of their ministers are not present, Editor Jackson, of the Tribune, Isaac Kirby and L. M. Maxwell were in Union City on business Monday. Joe. Dickson made a business trip to Clayton Wednesday, Russell Brown is home from Dickson, where ho has been in school for the past year, Messrs. Ledbetter and Kersey are re modeling Ed Nichols' barber shop, which will add much to its appearance, Dr. W. W. Holloway, of Union City, was down Monday and reports himself very satisfied with his move. - While Rev. E. P. Lindsay is at the bedside of his father Mrs. Lindsay and son are in the country with relatives. One of our magistrates, Mr. Fount Holloway, was added to the Christian Church Monday, Elder HardomanJ" of Henderson, officiating. Miss Elizabeth McDonald, of Obion, is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Clinton Callicott. Miss Bess Hughes, of Columbia, was a recent guest of Miss EudoraMcCaw Miss Alice Dickey and nephew, Mas ter Felan Kilgore, were businoss visitors to Union City Saturday. Grady Palmer, of Union City, was a guest of Mr; and Mrs. McAdoo Harris Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Ed Kirklaud, of Union City, was a recent guest of Mesdames Kitchell and Shore. What's the use to live in a rich farm ing district and the weather out of sorts. The Missionary Society of the A. R. P. Church meets this afternoon with Mrs. J. M. McCaw. J. O. Beaslev has had those artists of the paint brush," King and Taylor, after his store house, giving it a nice coat of paint, thectby making it look of his uncle, Luther Whiteside, new. Mr. Beasley is gaining a nice trade and the people with whom ne is associ ated will find him a courteous, accom modating gentleman. The Board of Mayor and Aldermen has passed an ordinance authorizing the Harvey Morris is in Fulton, the guest I his uncle, Luther Whiteside. The Missionary Society of the C. P. Church met Monday afternoon, and af ter a very strenuous session elected the following officers for the ensuing year: Mrs, R.-L. Phebus, pres.; Mrs. T. P. Pal mervice pres.; Mrs. R.- L. Harper. building of concrete sidewalks entirely secretary: Miss Alice Dickey, treasurer, around the square. Let the work bo- Mr.' -and "Mrs: McAuuo ' Harris 'have gin at orieeT gentlemen; a,nced em j moved to South Rives, near the A. R. badly. , -s, r. Church Snirtn sneak thfef 'entered Mr Frank ... Guests of .Miss Aletha Bonner Wed Polk'i meat hpu.te' last week- and stole! nesday and Tbunsday' wjr& 'Misses' Amy several of k nice, JUams lujfacK too iMoss,atd Glenrwe Pernor, is l nearly all nis meat, Mrs. Azzie Nichols returned to her home at Glass Wednesday, after spend ing some days with Mrs, tamiio Kenfro. Miss Lantie Turnage is visiting friends in Glass. The Misses Starnes visited" the school Tuesday. Ansa Maria. Boya Will Be Boys and are always getting scraehes, cuts, unrains. bruises, bumps, hums, or colds. Don't neglect such things they may result seriously if you do. Apply Ballard's Snow Liniment according to directions right away and it will relieve the nain and heal the trouble. Price - A Smile is a pretty hard thine to accomplish when you're blue, bilious and out of sorts. There is a sure cure for all k inda of stomach and liver complaints con stipation and dyspepsia.. Ballard's Her- bine is mild, yet absolutely effective in all cases. Price 50c a bottle at Red Cross Drug Co., both stores. Death of Mr. Caruthers. !5c, 50c and $1.00. Drug Co., both stores. Samuel Tjiwsnn CariitliPra. one of the sold ny itea iross wen known residents of the county and - ROGERS SCHOOL. .4 Quite a number attended the singing at J. C, Glover's Saturday night. Misses Mary and Mattie Armstrong spent Saturday night with their uncle, Nute Armstrong, at Possumtrot. W. R. Morris and R. C. Rives were a citizen of the vicinity north of Union City, died last Friday night, April 29, 1910, between 11 and 12 o'clock, from the effects of congestion. Mr. Caruthers was 66 years of ge and was born in Lincoln County, his parents moving to Obion when he was in his infancy. Mr. Caruthers was married in 1869 to Miss Corum and to them twelve children were born, eight of whom are now living, as follows: at Possumtrot Sunday evening. Sever al others attended prayermceting there Arch Caruthers, Hickman, Ky., Mrs. teunday evening. . . Dock Carter, Mrs.-Jas. T. Barham, Es- Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Elgin visited ther, Sudie, Lawson, Steven and Pierce. Hornbeak friends Saturday and Sunday. His widow also survives and a brother, Mr. and Mrs. C. Douglas, of Wood land Mills, visited the family of Mr. Frank Rives Sunday. Ben McMurtry and family, of this vicinity, visited relatives at Brownsville, Ky., Saturday, James, who resides in the same vicinity. Mr. Caruthers followed the pursuit of agriculture and was a man of quiet hab its, sturdy, thrifty, substantial, reliable and esteemed for many other qualities of good citizenship and usefulness. He was conservative and honorable in his We are glad to see so many taking i-nooa f na firm Jn ,-: , , t . . I lU01UVDl V Mil vmw J . " m u mu v" part in the sunday-scnoo at ueeiwm. ioug and pom; opinions, but generous ,nu iiupe me k iwi ui w..wu toward his fellowmen. He was alto- lruprove in attendance aim interest, ana thef ft man o 8trenth and character, prove a permanent success. one of those who share in the burdens Mrs. W, S. Green was in the Crystal and responsibilities of practical and neighborhood Saturday. J wholesome living, discharging his duties Mrs' .India Rives and her son. Calvin. I in accordance with divino commands were in Hickman Saturday. Verdie Connor was in Frotemus this week looking after witnesses for a trial ai Hickman. Little Hosie Green, son of W. S. Green, fell from the top of a house Sat urday and sprained his wrists and bruised the right side of his face. His injuries were very painful, but he is im proving considerably. The boy was climbing from the roof to a tree and the limb broke, and he fell about twenty-five feet. Reporter. A Happy Father is soon turned to a sad one if he has to walk the floor every night with a crying baby. MeGee's Baby Elixir will make the child well, soothe its nerves, induce healthy, normal slumber. Best for dis ordered bowels and sour stomach all teething babies need it. Fleasant to take, sure and safe, contains no harm ful drugs. Price 25 and 50 cents per bottle at Red Cross Drug Co., both stores. and in unison with the best interests of humankind. Mr. Caruthers had been a member of the Methodist Church for twenty years. He was a veteran of the Confederacy under Forrest's command. The remains were interred at Harelson Cemetery with the honors of his Con federate friends and comrades, Mr. Jer ry Cloar presiding. Services were also conducted by Revs. McGill and Hudg ins at home. Low-Rate to Memphis. A special low-rate excursion to Mem phis will leave Cairo and Faducah and intermediate points on Tuesday, May 17, 1910, returning Thursday-May 19, 1910, over the Illinois Central Rail road. A picnic and barbecue is adver tised to be given at Dixie Park in Mem phis, and the special will leave Gibbs at 12:0o p. m.; rate for the round-trip, $1.75. Separate coaches for white and colored, 00 baggage and no tickets sold on the train. Bottle Coca Cola at B. S. Godwin's. Are Yoiiti Interested in state Iieal andth e Price of Same? UR PRICES will strike you, because we have the right kind of property in the right location, at the right price. That's why we sell so much and so easy. It costs you nothing to let us show you what we have. We like it We know we can please you. If you have property for sale, we can sell it If you want to buy, we have it. We have direct connection with over 2,000 live real estate dealers and have property listed in every State in the Union. We do not confine our dealings to one locality, therefore we are in a better position to find purchasers and make sales Jor exchange property than those confining their operations to a small territory. If you have property anywhere to Sell, Exchange, Rent or Insure, investigate our method of sell ing, also the standing and the financial strength of the companies represented by us. We Represent the Following Insurance Companies : The SUN INSURANCEThe OLDEST Fire Co. in the world. The FIREMAN'S FUND The company paying the largest loss, dollar for dollar, ever paid by any company since the beginning of un writing, $10,800,000.00. The FIRE ASSOCIATION of Philadelphia With assetts more than $8,500,000.00. The PROVIDENCE WASHINGTON With surplus more than twice its capital You should be considerate when placing your INSURANCE. It costs ., you no more to be thoroughly protected than possibly so. The MUTUAL BENEFIT LIFE INSURANCE C0rS$ ERS company writing the most liberal, equitable and simplest contracts. No com pany has ever accomplished better results for its policy-holders. Don't buy insurance , until you compare its contract with those of other companies then you will buy MUTUAL BENEFIT life insurance.. Weekly Real Estate Bulletin 1 07 Y2 A. fine level farm one mile of Troy, Tenn; new dwelling, large barn with hay forks and carriers, well tiled, in high state of ct 'vation; price $85 per acre. 85 A. No. I level land 4 miles southeast of Union City, good 5-room frame dwelling, barn, , stables, tenant house, plenty water, under good fence, nice shade, near -:gPod school. Price $65 per A. n ''' '"f 30Q0 A. farmjn Calqasies County, La., best of rice land, house and bam on each half bisection. 3 1 to 7 .'miles of railroad station, under irrigation, mostlv in rice: one-fifth crop goes with place, rnce per A. 50 A. unimproved land, 2l or 3 miles west of Union CityTbn Union City and Troy road, as good as the best of, Obion County land, worth $125, will sell for less if sold at once. 37 A. level fand, half mile of Troy, Tenn., good 6-room dwelling, hall, 3 verandas' plenty good water, under extra good fence. Price $110. 613 A. Fayette County, Ohio, land, adjoins town of 1500 with good elevator; Aery best corn land, has been farmed in high-class manner. Price $ 1 50 per A. 1 8 A. nice suburban home, new 7-room 1 4 -story dwelling, large new barn, nice new bam, nice coming fruit and shade trees, under good fence, 1 mile southeast of Union City, near fine school. Price $4,000, terms easy. Many other bargaing in both farm and city property. If you don't see what you want, call on us. We have most all kinds, anywhere, at most any price. CITY PROPERTY One 2-story brick business house, well located, never vacant; rental $360 per year. Price $3,500. One 2-story residence on a good gravel street, close in; 1 0 rooms, two halls, bath room, extensive front and back porches, electric lights, city water, good wood, coal and buggy sheds, good servant's apartments, barn, nice shade, lot 110 ft'front by 260 ft deep; corner lot; concrete walk two sides. Price $4,000. One residence on South First street, 5 rooms, pantry, front and back porches; corner lot, 210 by 130 ft Price $1,250. One 5-room cottage near public school building, bath room, city water, electric lights; large lot on good street. Easy terms. Price $1,100. OUR MOTTO: "Fair dealing, satisfied patrons.'.' We point with pride to what people say of us with whom we have had dealings. &b Wfi ITE Real Estate and Insurance People Office 230 S. First St, Rear of Farmers Exchange Bank Telephone 77 UNION CITY, TENN. - NUMBER THREE. , Itev. Matheny filled the pulpit at An tioeh Sunday am! delivered au able and edifying sermon. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Bmer, of Rol foot, were jjuestsof Mr. and Mrs. Jolm Howard Sunday. Mrs. Bettie Caldwell, of Old Fremont. spent the week with Mr. and Mrs. El bert Campbell. Mrs. Wm. Jordan, of State Line, was a guest of Mrs. Nettie Binehart Mon day. Mr. and Mrs. Babe Hudson; visited the family of Mr. Lige Cloar at Obion Saturday aud Sunday. Misses Vira Howard and Vers John son visited friends in Crystal Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. llarksdale, of Kedron, visited Mr. John Eay's family Sunday. Quito a number of our young peopfa attended services at Sanders Chapel Sun day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Jones, of Beechto attended church here Sunday. The fifth Saturday in this month it set for Decoration Day at Antioch cem etery. A nice program will be arranged for the day. Guluveb. " JORDAN. Fred Bondurant ia in Hickman a few days this week. Messrs. 0. B. Kerlin, Dan McKelvey, C. G. Alexander and Will Sowell at tended the reunion at Mobile. Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Dickson, of Un. ion City, mauo a business trip here Monday. Mrs. Harry Walters has returned from a visit to Mayfield. Mrs. S. A. DeBow and Mrs. M. A, . Shuck were in Union City Saturday. . Children s Day will be observed at Mount Zion Sunday. Everyone invited. Miss Jennie Kerlin left Satnrdav for Arkansas, where she will visit her bro ther, Joe, and sister. Mrs. Dave Alex ander. Kentucky. 1 1 11 m CRESCENT. Mrs. Alma Nacle and Mrs. Brunt. mell, of Union City, are spending a few weeks with Mrs. W. T. Vaught. Messrs. Fred Barnes and Hulmn Os borne have erected a telephone line. Mrs. Lucy Howard and daughter, Lelia, were guests of relatives near Lib erty Thursday. Sinsrme at Mr. Dock Kirk's Rundav afternoon was enjoved verv much b j numbers present. Miss Graee Donnell. of CIrvIoik ia spending a few days with Misses Myrtlo and Dora Howard. Grandma Hicks returned home Sun- J ' l' 5 " V. 1 (.w UVUIVtl I .1 1. iir T 1 . K ill iifr 1)11 u 1 ir lira ititiwrrfl . ., B , ...... Bluebell. .. : STAR OF BETHLEHEM. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Roeers visited Mr. and Mr$. Ex Biggs in Lake County Saturday and Sunday. Miss Annie Gray, of Crescent; was 111 our midst Sunday. iW. F. Elhnor and family visited at Samburg Sunday. A party was enjoyed by a number of friends at the home of Jonzie Burton Thursday night. . Misses Mary Lou and Mattie Arm strong, of Rogers Schoolhouse, visited Miss Zula Armstrong Saturday and Sun day. , Pals. Mr. Joe McBnde and daughter went to Union City shopping Monday. Master Dee McMullin is up again af ter a severe spell of sickness. We are having a good Sunday-school every Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock and prayer-meeting every Sunday night at 7 o'clock. All are invited to attend. Twins. CANE CREEK. Mrs. Lara Smith and Mrs. Davie were in Kenton shopping last week. Rev. W. B. Gibson and family and I J. T. Sutherland and family visited Mrs. I Ed Hazlewood at Gardner Sunday. Mrs. L. B. Sutherland and Mrs. V. W. Sutherland visited Mrs. F, W. Bell in Martin last week. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Albert Duncan, a fine boy on the 25lh ult. Mr. and Mrs. Clobe Osman are the parents of a fine boy born May 3. A sociable at the home of Mr. Jas. Chapel was enjoyed by. a number of young people last Saturday night. Miss Levie Chapel is spending the week with her aunt near Mount Pelia. Miss Lena Chapel is visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Gaines, at Humboldt. White Robe. OAK GROVE. Arch Barham ia on the sick list. Mrs. Bettie Pickering, of Fulton, is vwiting her daughter. Mrs. C. 8. Tal-ley. Miss Mary Kelley has returned to Fulton after a visit here. Rev. W. G. Hughes, of Tresevant. preached at Bculah Sunday and is visit ing his friends here this week. Sunday is communion day at Mount " Zion. Misses Jodie and Lucile Winston, of Fulton, visited here this week. Mr. John White, of HoruWak, spent Monday night with C. S. Talley and family. Messrs. A. L. Brevard, J. J. Jones, W. B. Stovall and M. P. McMurryhave returned from Mobile and retxjrt a de lightful time. A Living Skeleton is the final condition of any child that has wormss if it lives. Think of hav ing something in your stomach that ' eats all you take as nourishment. Nino tenths of the babies have worms; may be yours has. Be certain that it has not by giving it White'i Cream Vermi fuge it expels all worms and is a tonic for the baby. Price 25 cents. Sold by I Red Cross Drug Co., both stores.