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moons I will make farm loans -on lands located in Obion and Weakley Counties, Tenn., and in Fulton Coun ty, Ky., at the rate of 5 per cent per, annum on loans of $2,000 or more on first class improved farms. Forty per cent of the full value of a farm will be loaned. Loans made on farm. .f fifty acres or more on five years time with privilege to borrower of paying same after one year in full or making any size partial payment de sired at intervals of six months after one year from date of loan, interest being stopped on par tial payments made. TROY. C. L. Moffatt was in Union City Monday, Miss Dora Stephens is in St. Louis buying goods. Mits Mamie Worley visited friends in Troy last week. Sheriff Easterwood was here on legal business this week. II. Van Glover, of Number Ten, was here on business Tuesday. Dr. John Patterson, of Elbridgv, was here on business this week. The monthly school contest is to be given at the College to-night. Tom Pressley, who is attending school at Brighton, is at home this week. Mr. Geo. Hughes, our clever livery man, has been sick for some days. Mr. Lueian Ltrtig, of Martin, attend cd "The Hidden Hand" Friday night. Master Cecil Lasley has been sick for several days,. but is better at this writ RIVES. Lewis Davis went to Dyersburg Mon day. Miss Eva Tyles returned to Jackson Monday. Jir. ana .Mrs. Knox Harper were in town Tuesday. . , Mrs. David Clemnions was a Union City shopper Tuesday. - Miss Agnes Palmer was a week-end guest of Miss Carroll Hurt at Obion. Tom Starnes, of Glass, visited relatives south of town Saturday and Sunday. .Miss JWissie Harris leaves the winter resort, Ray St. Louis, next Saturday for home. , ... Guests of Walter Caldwell Monday night were Fred Hotiser and Jones Elam. :. - ' Mrs. Charley Dantzler, of Browns ville, Miss., is the guest of Mrs. Era est Byrd. Mesdames Maggie Harris and McAdoo Harris were recent guests of Mrs. Wal LEADERS IH QUALITY LEADERS III STYLE Now Is A new lumber inspector has made his &r Agnew. O. SPRADLIN Attorney-at-Law Union City, - Tenn. DOCTOli BLACK'S EYE WATER Contains no Poibon la Painless and Harmless as Water Cannot Injure, Relieves Quickly and Cures Sore Eyes in PEOPLE, HORSES AND DOGS appearance at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Haynes. - ' C. P. Wilson, of the firm of Geo. B. Wilson & Son, is in the Eastern mark eta this week. t Mr. Henson, of near Polk, died Sun day and was buried at Pleasant Hill cemetery Monday. Miss Verna Callicott, who teaches the primary department at Obion Col lege, visited Rives Saturday. Hev. E. P. Lindsey was callel to the bedside of his father in Middle Tennes see this week. Mrs. Bud Reeves is reported no, bet ter. Her sister, Mrs. J. S. Bean, spent Tuesday at her bedside: J. S. Alexander, of Number Seven, has bought the interests of the McCow-1 an & Shore livery stable. , If you want to read some real truly truth do not fail to read "The Circuit Mr. and Mrs.-Frank Harrison have Rider's Wife," just, completed in the the sympathy of all in the Isss of their Saturday Evening Post. It's written by baby of croup last Thursday. . a woman, who dares to lay bypocriey Some people are always looking for of every description aside and tell her perfection in others, who never offer true conceptions of life as a preacher's any example of it themelves. wife. To this effect she writes, WiP Let every man be occupied in thejliam in his pure simplicity of religion! highest way of which his nature, is fumbled -more souls into Heaven than capable and die with the consciousness a D.D. or L.LiD.'-' Ansa Maria. that he has done his best. . - : '. :' JvJS ill 'yr.l I liWf Z l.A Houm of Kupp.ui.eW I fc "ft To begin your pre paration for Easter, as it is unusually early this year only one month off. The old reliable House of Quality m i lit nas already Degun to take on an Eas ter appearance. . We have just re ceived a large ship ment of those world famous 3 Z Z 0 z Viinnnnhftlmnr lUJJOtltiuilliOi Suits...... for Easter and early spring wear. They 2 are now ready for your inspection. Our Furnishing' Goods Department 2 Is filled with a larger and most complete line of Hats, Shirts, Gloves, Belts, Trice 25 CenU A VOLUNTARY TESTIMONIAL. J.'R. Black Mkiucinh Co.. Kcnnctt, Mo. Gentlemen My little boy had a severe Can of gore eye. I gent to the dniirtfist for the bes medicine he had for nore ryes, lie ent me I bottle of Dr. Blaok'a Eyo Water, He was out a chool only one day after usiu: it. It cured hill immediately. Any one U at Tilierty to con fir n thi atntement by writing to inent 411 Jeffcraoi Avenue, Jonesboro, Ark. Msa. J. II. Snydeb. J. R. BLACK MEDICINE CO (r.vvT'fT,, MO. Chautauqua Assembly, . Citronelle, Ala., March 12-25, 1910. Reduced fares for this occasion via. Mo bile & Ohio Railroad. Tickets on sale March 10 to 20, inclusive, 1910, limited returning to reach original starting point on or before March 28, 1910. For fur ther information apply to nearest Agent Mobile & Ohio Railroad. G. E. Allen, Traveling Passenger Agent, ' Jackson, Tenn. LADIES If you need a box couch, upholstering of any kind, or mattresses altered or wqrked over, phone 373, Un ion City Matting & Afrning Co., where you will find Mr. R. L. Carman, who will Bee that you get first-class work at lowest prices. 50.4t J. R. Moffatt has been in the Eastern markets for some days arranging to re plenish the stock of the Old Reliable, the J. S. Moffatt Company. One day last week Esq. Pyles united in the holy bonds of matrimony Mr Robert Turner and Miss Amy Scoball, of the vicinity north of tojvn. The bazaar and oyster supper given bv ladies of the Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church at the courthouse Tuesday night was largely attended Messrs. McKce and Mitchell are shipping several cars of cattle this week, but owing to the weakness in the mar ket very few hogs are being handled. The new bank building will bo placed on the Marshall corner opposite the Norton House. An architect was here this week arranging plans and specifications. We are to have a new mill hero in the near future. Messrs. Hall and Polk have bought five acres of land near the corporation and will put in a mill to cut hickory. "The Hidden Hand," a five-act drama,, was presented at the College hall last Friday night by home talent. It was a success in every respect. This play has been solicited to SUNNYSIDE. Wo' are sorry :to hear that Mr. Joe Jackson's daughter is sick. J. R. Hinson lost a fine cow last week from eating, tpp. much tobacco. We are glad that Mr. Callisson 's fam ily is getting over the mumps. J. R. Hinson and John James will soon have the Tarrish barn completed, The late rains have caused the Obion River to boom. The back water is all over the bottom. The farmers are expecting this to be a good crop year and we hope every body will make one more good crop. The farmers are glad of the rain that fell Saturday night. They are having a general tobacco stripping through the country. . Bio Boy. Hose, Fancy Vests and stylish Neckwear than ever before brought to this city. "i TK . U i ncy cuusisi ui me vciy latest siyies in mis ssason s creations. r Our Shoe Department P Our Shoe Department Our line of Oxfords for Men, Women and Children need no word of praise from us they aire so well established the name sells 'em. For men we have the Nettletori and Walk-Over in Patent Leather, Gun-Metal and Vicis. For women we have., the famous E. P. Reeds in Patent Vici, Black Buckskin, Gun-Metal and VIci's., They come in all styles "in ankle straps, in button, in pumps and laces. You wjlljae disappointed if you do not see our line before you buy. ONE PRICE -The- Mouse of Quality. . Hardy, Malone Jones ONE PRICE WOLVERINE. Mr. and Mrs. Grant Myers have a very sick baby. "" Mr. Win; Lewis, cf Missouri, is here PpiBtment at Bethlehem Sunday CAMPGROUND. Rev. Howell filled his regular appoint ment here Sunday. Mary Olive visited homefolks at Rives Saturday and Sunday. Rev. Graham filled his regular ap visiting Mrs. Clarence Cannon and fam ily. .... Mr. Josh Bittick is erecting a new store building in Polk, and will soon open for business. , Mr. Ben Hinson, a good citizen, died show" at on Sunday, the 27th ult., and was buried Rives, also at Obion. Perhaps Mrs. at Pleasant Hill Monday evening. Mr. Jones and Mrs. Wheeler will take the Hinson was 72 years of age. play to these places at an early date. Wild Rose. DAY PHONE 530 NfGHT PHONES 22, 121 and 279 See our New Boro Beds Iff'osfr Folding Beds Just received 1910 paterns of Wall Paper. We also fiave Canvassing, Mouldings and Tacks. . We carry a large line of Undertaking Supplies. ; Call in and inspect our stock. bia'oin Furmitare Co. G. B. WHITE, Manager. Mwsrs. J. W. Barn.es and R. L. How ell drove off a nice lot of hogs last Sat urday. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Thompson spent Friday night with Mr. and Mrs. James Harmion. Mrs. Walter Myers and daughter, Martha, were visitors in Union City last Saturday. Miss Lizzie Hughes and children vis ited relatives and friends here Friday and Saturday. Quite a number of our young people here attended the play at Troy Friday night and all report it a fine one. Mr. John Aldrich and wife, of Wal- nutlog, passed through here Monday en route to Troy to visit Mr. Aldrich 's aunt, Mrs. N. E. Andrews. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Thompson moved to near Mason Hall Tuesday. These young people are just beginning to keep houeeand we wish them God speed and much success. ' Clifton, the five-months-old child of Mr, and Mrs. Frank Harrison, was laid to rest in the Camp Ground Cemetery Thursday. Rev. Graham made a few impressive remarks. 'Tis hard for such a sweet little life as this to be taken from us, but God knoweth best. The grief stricken parents and loved ones have the sympathy of a host of frieuds. Oysters, any style, at Dahnko's. . CANE CREEK. Johnnie Sutherland has been quite sick this week. Ed Hazelwood, of Gardner, was in this neighborhood last week. Rev. Emerson Moore, of Kenton, was in this vicinity last week. H. R. Gibson wenUto Kenton Satur day and reported the roads bad. No school Monday and Tuesday on account of high water and Miss Tearl Floyd went home Friday, The old Father Stork has again visit ed our neighborhood and left a little boy at the home of Lee Lacewell, Mr. E. M. Jackson has a crew of hands at work cleaning off the Collins lot. He is intending to rebuild soon. White Rosk. LOST. Advertising purse, contain ing one 5 bill, two $1 bills and five to seven dollars in silver. Finder will be liberally rewarded, C. T. Moss, j SAMBURG. Miss Verna Holt is teaching a. very successful school here now. Miss Ruth Tally is visiting her cous in, Miss Jodie Winston, near Fulton. Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Bufford spent Tuesday night and Wednesday with rel atives in Fulton. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Roberts are still confined to their room. We hope they will soon be out. Spencer Thompson spent Saturday night and Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arch Thompson. Messrs. Clarence Bufford and Thur man Talley spent Saturday night and Sunday with relatives in Fulton. Miss Annie Beauchamp spent several days this week with her uncle, Mr. J. D. Alexander, at Woodland Mills. Mr. Herman Roberts left Monday for Jackson, Tenn., where he will spend several days with his sister, Mrs. Arch Shuck. Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Shaw, of State Line, spent Saturday night and Sunday with the family of Mr. and Mrs. Arch Thompson. Mrs. W. C. Kelley and daughter, Carolyn, of Seneca, Mo., are here on a visit to Mrs. Kelley 's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Halo. Use Jersey Cream Flour. None better. Tlie Official Test i Of our Fancy Clover shows 99.55 per cent pure. No buck, no dodder, no dock Remember this is an official test, not an exaggerated statement, and we have it on file in our office for your inspection an absolute guarantee of purity. Do you want the best field seeds grown? We have them in Grasses, Clover, Soy Beans, Burt and Rust-proof Oats, etc., etc See us. K. F Tisdale Ik Son Telephone 33 THE SEEDMEN Union City, Tenn.