Newspaper Page Text
Miss Eva Cunningham is ill. Mr. II. J. Cuiiningltiim is visiting Ins sister, Mrs. W. C. McDaniel, at Crystal Miss Gertie and Cliff Hutchinson spent part of last week with relatives at Liberty. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Henderson, of Obion, are. visiting at the home of Mrs Lizzie Cunningham. The new homes of Messrs. Wyatt Freeman and .Too Garrison are now in course of construction. Messrs. Fred ' Beeves and Burgess Cunningham are attending the West Tennessee Synod at Memphis. Mr. Robert MeGower and sister, Miss Nannie, spent Saturday night and Sun day with relatives at Whiteside. Mrs. Mary Brown has returned from Memphis, where she has Wen with her son, Lee, who is in the Presbyterian Hospital there. , Little William W ilson, the ten-months-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Henderson, died Friday morning and was buried in Eln'iiezcr tho following .lv, Matilda. BETHEL. Mrs. Anna l'imrose visited relatives in Gibson recently. J. N. Sanders and sister visited Pro temus friends Sunday. t Mr. James Phillips and family visited relatives at Tally's Sunday. All on the sick list are greatly im proved since our last letter. Business is picking up. It is wheat sowing and cotton picking time. Mr. Will Dyer and son, Rufus, spout Sunday with Mr. Frank Brown. Once in a great while we meet a man who actually practices what he preaches. Mr. Reeves and family, of Ebeneer, were the guests of Mr. Adron Nipp Sun day. Miss Lucy Haynie, of near Union City, visited her brother, John, here re cently. Miss Ethel Lindsey was the guest of Miss Delia Raybum, at Kedron, Satur day night. Mr. Necley and wife, of near Troy, visited Mr. Neeley's son, Tom, and family Sunday. ! Misses Jeannie Muse, Thearon Dyer and Messrs. Rollie Lindsey and Maurice No matter what you do, you must have tools to carry on your work. We have tools of all kinds; for farmers, carpenters, blacksmiths, garden ers for everybody. Our line of hardware is always up-to-date. Our stuff will wear. If you don't believe our prices are low, come iu and see. PHONE 27 Kirk attended church at Possum trot Sunday. Mr. John Haynie and wife and little daughter visited in the Mineral neigh borhood Sunday. Mr. James Kirk moved here Tuesday from Smithville and will occupy the house vacated by James Wells. Rev. Jackson and wife, of Water Valley, Ky., were the guests of Mr. Sam Grooms and family last week. Mr. Frank Brown has his new house nearly completed. When finished it will be the handsomest home in this community. Trixik. HAPPY RIDGE. Miss Georgie Council is on the sick list. Mr. Jas. Lank ford spent Sunday near Beech Grove, Ky. Mr. Homer Jones, of Hickman, spent Sunday with J. C. Glover. Those on the sick list are Mr. Buck Escuc and Mr. Georgio Rogers. Rev. Matheny preached his last ser mon at Mount Manuel Sunday. The constable of this district is having a good deal of riding to do now. Miss Nellie Lee Escue made a (lying trip to Clayton Saturday evening. Mr. Jeff Westerman is going Monday to hunt a new homo in Lake County. Several from here attended the sing ing at Star of Bethlehem Sunday evening- Messrs. Ras Alexander and Donnell Council went 'possum hunting Friday night. Several around here attended the singing at Mr. Jas. Oslxrne's Saturday night. Dull ie. Gray and Louie Cole spent Saturday night with Mrs. Hawkins near Reel foot. S. K. Barnes is having trouble with his cattle. He is afraid they will get the milksick. I , Miss Nannie Taylor will soon return home from Dresden. All of her friends will le glad to fee her. Miss Maud Osborne, of Crescent, is spending this week in Hit'kman with cr cousin, Miss Myrtle Os1orne. Mr. Buster Hawkins gave a candy pulling Saturday night. Music was furnished by Mr. John Clack and Mr. Hubert Vaught. A nice time reported. UNION CITY, TENN. CAMPGROUND. Mrs. J. W. Barnes was shopping in TVoy Friday. J. V . Barnes made a business trip to Fulton Monday. 'Misses Sue Bright and Era Ferguson, of near Obion, were guests of Mrs. Ella Farrior Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Thompson, of Mason Hall, visited relatives here sev eral days last week. Rev. Howell and wife, of near Ken ton, were geesfs of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Curry Saturday night. Mr. (trover Tuley and Miss Tooka Erwin, of Obion, were the guests of Miss Ellene Barnes Sunday. Mr. Jim Cunningham and family and Mr. and Mrs. Burton, of near Glass, at tended church here Sunday. Mr. andMrs. Jim Smith, of Obion, attended church here Sunday and were guests of Mrs. Lizzie Ward. Mrs. Wilson and daughters, Fanny and Flossie, spent Sunday night at the home of Mrs. J. W. Barnes. They were on their way to Fulton. Mrs. Sallie Wilson and daughter, Iris, and Miss Belle Inman, of Obion, were pleasant callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Barnes Saturday. , Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Cunningham and family, of near Minnick, were guests at tho home of J. W. Barnes Sunday, also Mr. and Mrs. Willie Bright and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Barnes were there. ROGERS SCHOOL. Health is very good around here. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Arm strong, a fine boy. Mrs. James Langford is visiting in Kenlucky this week. Mr. and Mrs. James Rives were in I'nion City Tuesday on business. Several cows around here have died with the milksick since the rains. Miss Beulah Glover spent Sunday with the Howard girls at Crescent. Misses Maud and Pearl Osborne were in Hickman last Saturday shopping. Miss Jessie Rogers, of Possumtrot, spent last week with Miss Beth Rogers here. There have been several head of cat tle carried out of our neighborhood this week. J.. L. Glover was in our district last Saturday and summoned several to go to Dyersburg for the widow Rankin's trial. Revs. Bushart and Murrell left Mon day for Middle Tennessee to hold a meeting. Miss Iora Howard, of Crescent spent Saturday night with Miss Beulah Glover near here. Miss Mattie Armstrong went to the home of her brother, James Armstrong Monday where she will make her fiitur home. Several from around here attended church at Mount Manuel Sunday to hear Rev. Matheny 's last sermon for this time. He will leave shortly for conference. Rki'ohtek. Our 10c assortment of enameled ware embraces a good many articles you need every day. Haynes-Gregory Hardware Company. SOUTHEAST CRITTENDON GROVE. Mr. lorn uoiey visiteii relatives in Numlier Four last week. Mr. J. C. Wagster and wife attended services at Cypress Creek Sunday. Olhe Perm and wife spent one night last week with relatives near Cane Creek. Mr. and Mrs. John Penn spent Sun day night and Monday with relaltives in Sharon. Luther Smith and family, of near Mount Pelia, spent Saturday night in this vicinity. ' Mr. Jim Henry and family, of Weak ley, spent Sunday with Mr. John Tan ner and wife. Mr. Earl Campbell and family, of near Cane Creek, were Sunday guests of Mr. Murry Campbell's family. Mr. and Mrs. Linnie Hansbiuugh, of Weakley, visited Mrs. Hansbrough's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Stirling, near Crittendon Grove Sunday. The visitors in the home of Mr. Lon Tanner Sunday were Mr. Carl Pointer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ruby Har rison, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Duncan and children. Jf.RiHA. Slightly Colder With Snow. When you see that kind of a weather forecast you know that rheumatism weather is at hand. Get ready for it now by getting a bottle of Bollard's Snow Liniment. Finest thing made for rheumatism, chilblains, frost bite, sore and stiff joints and muscles, all aches and pains. 25c, 50c and $1.(10 a bottle. Sold by Red Cross Drug Co. PHONE NEWS NOTES. king Manuel, the (Juccn Mother Amelia and the Duke of Oporto sailed fromGibraIter for England on the Brit ish royal yacht Victoria and Albert. The Queen Dowager Maria Pia sailed for Italy on the Italian warship Regina. The , British authorities accorded the King and his party all the honors due their rank. Henry Wynmalen, of Holland, and M. Le Gagneu, of France, (lew from Paris to Brussels in biplanes, each with a passenger. , Wynmalen's time was five hours and thirty-eight minutes, and Le Gagneu made the journey in five hours. The Dutch aviator stopped twice and the Frenchman once. The Government health officers, while not assured of success, are hopeful of :::::::: :: HAVE YOU TRIED j i CREAM FLOUR :) AsR Your Grocer for it NONE BETTER Dahnke-Walte illing Co, Ask us for prices when :::::; ;: ''I:::;;;;;; 27 f keeping cholera out of thin country. For the past month cholera cases have' been developing in Russia at a rate ex ceeding 5,000 a day. Twenty-five new cases were reported in Italy Monday., Two were in Rome. W. A. Hurt., slayer of Stanley Ketch el. was cantured nejir Xiunomn AfV, ft---, seventeen miles from tho scene of fie, shooting. After being placed bjf jail Hurtz made a statement that'l'o shot, Kctchel in self-defense. Goldie Smith, a cook, figures in the case. HAIR GOODS Full line Puffs, Switches, Pompadours, Curls and Rats. We also work up comb ings into everything desired on shor notice. LEX IE MoDAVIS 410 F. MAIN STREET. PHONE 431 :: ::::::;: 0 I EY .Q o selling your grain. P.