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WE SELL ALL KINDS OF LUMBER SASH, Columns, Askins & Dircks Lumber Go. TELEPHONE 3. E. HUDSON DENTIST Office In Naillinsr Buililiiifr, over Ijttimer & Mc Cutchnu's Shoe Store, Union City, Tenn. Permanent location in the new Nailling build ing when completed. Phone 223. 8. K. Dnvidson J. o. Stubbi DAVIDSON & STUBBS DENTISTS Office in the C. B. A. Building, front room, second lloor UNION CITY, TENN. J. C. BURDICK Wholesale and Rotail Reelfoot Lake and Mississippi River Fish (Q Game Oysters in hwwon. Same old stand, near the ice factory. Chancery Land Sale. By virtue of a decree of the Chancery Court of Obion County, Tennessee, in the case of E. II. Marshall et al. vs. Harry Harper et al., on Saturday, the 28th day of May, 1910, at the east door of the courthouse in Union City, Teiiii., at about 1 o'clock p. in., I will sell to the highest bidder certain property in the town of Troy, in the Sixth Civil District of Obion County, Term., and bounded and described as follows: Fronting 28 feet south on West Brook street or Court Square and run ning back north to Bright street and bounded on the west by Crockett and on the east by the Bank of Troy, Ten nessee Terms of Sale: One-half the purchase money to be paid in cash and balance on a credit of twelve months and eouitv of redemption barred and notes for de ferred payment with good securities re quired; a lien retained for the purchase money. O. A. GIBBS, Clerk and Master. This 27th day of April, 1910. Ladies, Attentionl Mrs. Dena Roberts is solo agent for the Spriella Corset, tho best corset bon ing on earth. Guaranteed not to break or rust. Not sold in stores, rhone No. 537. Street No. 604 North Third, Union City, Tenn. Ceow.lmo !!!.'.'."!.' !! '0. . () P. HAVE YOU TRIED JERSEY REAM FL AsK Your Grocer for it NONE BETTER Dahnke-Walker Milling Go. Ask us fbr prices when Etc. WHITESIDE. Misses Corinne Clark and Nell Sto- vall, of near Troy, spent last Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. Dan Carmack. Mrs. Charlie Walker, and niece, Miss Virgio Owen,, were in Troy shopping last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Lancaster were the guests of friends near the lake Sat urday night and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Lasley, of near Mount Ararat, spent Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. Brice Thorn. We were glad to see so many present at Sunday school Sunday. We invite all to come again. We are glad to know that Miss Myrtle McKee, who has been sick, is again able to be up. Verna Irvine, of near Shaw's store, was mingling with friends Saturday night and Sunday. The ice cream and strawberry supper given at this place last Saturday night was greatly enjoyed by a large crowd. The sum of $20.20 was taken in and $11.00 cleared. Ve will soon have an organ and we invite all to come and help sing. Little Lonesome. STAR OF BETHLEHEM. The party at Mrs. Hailey's1 Wednes day night was a success, and all enjoyed a nice time. Our school closed last Friday. . The strawberry supper at Mr. John Moore's was greatly enjoyed. Wo are having some fino weather, and tho farmero are all business plant ing corn. x Master Ernie Tidwell visited Masters Beruie and Charlie Hutchison last Fri day afternoon. Bed Roses. NUMBER SEVEN. Erwin Stovall is driving in a new bug gy. Bro. Trice preached a fine sermon at Harmony Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clabe Oseman are air smiles it's a boy. A small crowd attended the singing at Mr. Mays' last Tuesday night. Messrs. Fate Wilson and Dave Barton went to Martin on business Saturday. Brownie. !.' !.'!!!.'.'! OUR ' , selling your grain. P. BETHEL. 7 Our farmers are all busy once more. Mrs. Mary Sharp and niece, Miss Dessie Primrose, left Sunday to visit friends and relatives in Dyer. Yes; wo told you that we had heard wedding bells, and they are still ringing soft and low. Miss Cammie Caldwell, of rrotemus, attended church here Sunday. . Mr. Tom Davis and family, of Cobb's Chapel, and Mr. Sam Grooms and fam ily were the guests of Mr. John Flowers and family Sunday. J. N. Sanders and sister were in Troy shopping Saturday. The people of Bethel feel under last ing obligations to Prof. Ed Osborne and choir for the splendid music and sing ing Sunday. Mr. Jas. rhillips and family visited relatives at Tally's Sunday. Miss Ott Glover has returned home i after several months in school at Dick son. Mr. Jack Griffin and family, of near Troy, visited Mrs. Griffin's parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. Muse, Tuesday. Mrs. Snow went to Troy shopping Saturday. Mr. Dick Muse-, a prominent young farmer of this place, and Miss May Nipp, an attractive young lady of the Ebenezer vicinity, were united in the holy bonds of wedlock early Monday morning. Trixie. See our bargain counter for children Oxfords at 95c per pair. We have them in patents, tans and kids. Hardy, Ma lone & Jones. ROGERS SCHOOL Mrs. Josie Elgin is sick this week Mr, Hurtle Green, of Lane's Ferry is visiting relatives near here this week iuiss iNannio layior, oi Clayton, vis ited Miss Beth Rogers Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Rives visited the family of Mr. Rives' sister, Mrs. J. J Roberts, near Union City, last week A large crowd attended church at Reelfoot Sunday. Rev. Mays filled the pulpit and preached excellentermons both morning and evening. Prof. Oran Stigler made a good talk on intemper ance. Returning from church Sunday after noon 'Squire Brewer met and ma young couple on the road. ; Mrs. Willie Marshall has been sick from the effects of chills. v f MFj. Uuster Hawkins entertained party of friends with a musical last week. A number were present, includ ing visitors from Brownsville, Fremont and Antioch, and the occasion was highly enjoyed. Reporter. $20.00 ranges are still moving Nailling-Keiser Hardware Co. CRYSTAL. Wheat has improved some in the last few weeks. Todd Thomas and family attended church at Reelfoot Sunday. Mrs. Sal lie Fluty and son, Algie, are spending the week with relatives near Fulton. Mr. and Mrs. Dell Knight, of Prote mus, passed through here Saturday en route to Woodland. Mr. and Mrs. Lon Palsgrove, of Beth el, spent Sunday here with friends. John label, of near State Line, was through here Saturday with a nice drove of hogs that he sold to Jones & Co., of Woodland, for 8i cents per pound. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Taylor McDaniel a girl. A box supper under the management of Mr. Manly will be given at Crystal next Saturday night, May 14, for the benefit of the public school. You are invited. " Mary. Call 150 and get your coal and wood, Union City Ice & Coal Co. CAMPGROUND. Miss Sue Bright, of near Obion, is visiting her cousin, Mrs. Ellen Farrior, Mrs. Mattie Hutchison visited her granddaughter, Mrs. Sam Marshall, last week. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Barnes were callers at the home of J, W. Barnes Sunday afternoon. Messrs. Will Huey, Clarence Curry and Cecil Howell and perhaps others at tended the W. O. W. meeting at Rives Saturday night. The fox hunters had a rather interest ing fox race here Monday night. Miss Vola Taylor is visiting in Troy. There will be singing here Saturday night, May 14. Everybody invited to attend. Several from here attendod church at Moriah Sunday and heard Bro. Mil- burn. Re-nu-o-la makes old earoets new. him i it-I nf . 1 1 II L '1 II I : It nil i . ' i t ' f v.,-. I 1 P "1 '"CSS?" I 1 . jnBUflftHHttl legal and NONE BETTER The comfortable straw is now in season, and hat the house of J. A, Coble & Son the center or all that is most , for the price, worthy and stylish in straw hats. A wonderful line at prices that make you feel like it is economy to buy. Others, including the famous Stetson hats, and many stylish shapes and shades. It is not necessity, but choice that brings you to our store. J. A. COBOL JORDAN. ' Mrs. Farris, of Clinton, was the guest of her daughter, Mrs. P. A. Moore, Saturday night and Sunday. She was accompanied home by her two daugh ters, Hetty and Lynda, who had taken part in the Children's Day exercises at Mount Zion Sunday. A fine boy, William Glenn, was born to Dr. and Mrs. Peter Prather at Wood land Mills Sunday. Mr. Will McGehee happened to a se rious accident Monday whilo crossing the railroad near Moscow. His horse became frightened at the train and threw him out, breaking his leg. The buggy was demolished. Mesdames Moore and Palsgrove went to Clinton Monday night to attend the commencement exercises at Clinton Col- lego. There wi.s a large and appreciative audience at Mount Zion Sunday morn ing to hear the Children's Day exer cises. The programme was interesting and impressive and did much credit to both the children and Mrs. Moore, who had trained them. Mrs. Harry Walters had charge of the music, which was en joyed by all. Mrs. Walters is a musi cian of rare ability and we are fortunate to have her with us on dedication day. Kentucky. Non-Resident Notice. W. W. Hatch et als. ) Chancery Court, vs. Obion Countv. Lillian Hatch et als. ) Tennessee. In this cause it appearing to the Clerk and Master of the Chancery Court of Obion County, Tenn., from the affidavit of H. C. Stanfield, one of the complain ants' solicitors in this cause, that the defendants, Lillian Hatch and Lorelle Hatch, are non-residents of the State of Tennessee, so that ordinary process qf law cannot be served upon them; It is therefore hereby ordered that the said Lillian Hatch and Lorelle Hatch appear before the Chancery Court of Obion County, Tenn.-, on or before Thursday, June 16, 1910, ' ' that being the first day of the special term of said Court, and make defense to said bill, or the same will be taken as confessed by hem and the said cause set for hearing ex-parte as to them. It is further ordered that publication of this notice bo made in The Co-timer-cial, a weekly newspaper pukhed in Obion County, Tenn., for fir consecu tive weeks. This May 11, 1910. G. A. GIBBS, CleA and Master. Geo.- A. Gibbs, D. C. & M. Lannom & StanfiJpd, Sols, for Com OnS O j Herd! - We are pleasing the hard-to -please and suiting the hard-to-suit. Excellence has been woven into the with the tailoring styles of our clothing. Suits, $5 to $25 -With special $ men to inspect the Young Men who have deeply-rooted convictions on the subject of Shirts and furnishings are due here for their new outfits. Julia larlowe Shoes FEW SO GOOD THE PRICE SELLS STRAW HATS -fl k TTfiL OLD REPUBLICAN. Health is good around hero at this writing. Farmers have been detained about planting their crops on account of the old and rain. Mr. Fate Mosley, of Trimble, spent Monday night with his cousin, J. L. Bryan . Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Richards apd sister, Miss Alice, spent Saturday night with the family of J. A. Killion. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Bryan and son, Tommie, attended church at Antioch Sunday. Rev. Matheny delivered an able sermon. There will bo Decoration Day at An tioch the last Saturday in May. Every one invited to attend. Children's day will bo observed at Antioch the last Saturday in May. Mrs. Fannie Crawford entertained a number of her young' friends at home Saturday night. Those present were as follows: Misses Bessie and Varenne Logan, Misses Alico Richards and Matties.Owen and Mesdames Clarence Hinshaw, Frank Wheeler, Bob Tanner and Emerson Killion. All reported a nice time. Lh.ac. NOW ON have every sort of building and finishing lumber you're apt to need, including FRAMING, FLOORING, Doors and Windows, Shingles A visit to our yards will be appreciated. - Come and inspect our stock for your own satisfaction. C.TT Moss Ik Co. Yards south of Presbyterian Church. First Street, - UNION CITY. TENN. fi ft to SuM materials, sewed in and embraced in the invitation to critical medium priced ones. All weaves, all shapes, all prices and at every price a better hat than you ever saw &, Chancery Land Sale. .By virtue of a dorreo of the Chancery Court of Obion County, Tennessee, in the case of J. W. Bush vs. Mrs. C. M. Bonton et al., on Monday, the 6th day of June, 19 10, at tho east door of the courthouse in Union City, Tenn., at 2 o'clock p. m., I will sell to the highest bidder a certain lot or parcel of land situated and being inJbe town of Rives, Obion County," Tennessee.- fetunded and described as follows: Beginning MnvaJvcJUtyf;'' north of the northeast coiner ofllio" Farris lot and in tho west boundary lino of Front street, and running thence north 100 feet to a stake; thence west 174 feet to a stake; thence south 100 feet to a stake in the north boundary line of a stroet running cast and west; thence east 174 feet to the beginning, known as the Thomas Nelson property. Terms of Sale:, One-half of the pur chase money to be paid in cash and tho balance on a credit of nine months, a note for deferred payment with two or moro good securities and drawing inter est from date required. A lien retained for the purchase money. Equity of redemption barred. G. A. GIBBS, 8-3t Clerk and Master. This 4th day of May, 1910. WANTED To sell a few articles of household goods, consisting of a small cooking range, a washstand and dresser, f. ho iron bed, etc. Phono 197, A o SON iiilding Season CEILING, OIL!! iiU 1 5 1 ' S if i 4 ' f ! i 1 H 1 1 v J If lh ft. I I - If . . - , T-.- S - V ' '" I I 'f p Y o . 1 plainants, i 1 VS' N Y . ... r r Nailling-Keiser Hardware Co.