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Wreck Near Kenton.
A wreck was reported near Keuton Monday afternoon. Two freight cars were ditched, but no injury done to the train crew. Family Reunion. Dr. and Mrs. F. M. McRee, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. McRee, Dr.and Mrs. II. T Butler, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Titsworth, Mr. and Mrs. Pink Marshall and Mrs John Caldwell and children were mem bers of a party who went to Woodland Mills Wednesday and attended a reunion of the McRee family. A large crowd - was present and the entertainment ex tended until a late hour at night. What Troy Is Doing! C. T. Wilson, of Troys was a business visitor in the city Tuesday. He reports the tent meeting attracting large crowds. The minister in charge preaches in the afternoon and his wife addresses the congregation at the evening service. He also reports the" beginning of road work on the Brown lane near Ebenezer, a part of the proposed new road from Troy to the lake. This road is to be thirty feet in width and graded accord ing to the Government engineers' standards. Marriage Licenses. Ivey Pearson and Emma Denwiddie. Leonard Cannon and Mamie Scott. II. M. Luttncll and Bettie S. Calla han. - H. C Pike and Pearl Young. , Daniel W. Briggs apd ,Christine Lu ten. Colored. Dick Beals and Ella Turner. Fine Peaches. J. C, Preuett, one of the good citizens of Number Two, has a very fine peach crop this year, which is something rare this season in Obioii County. He brought in some samples Tuesday and they were fine large, yellow, meaty, juicy sound peaches. He has sold to Dahnke's Cafe at $1.50 pej bushel. Died at Troy. Dr. J. W. Leonard, a rising young physician, for two years or more located at Troy, died at the home of his parents in Petersburg on Wednesday, the iJGth inst., after an illness resulting from cancer of the liver. Dr. Leonard went to Nashville for treatment, but his af fliction was fata). The young physician was located at Troy and wjis making splendid progress with bis practice. He was esteemed generally as a physician and a citizen. Revival at Mount Herrrfon. Elder J. T. McKissick will begin scries of meetings at Mount iiermon church Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. Bro. McKissick has been serving one of Nashville's largest churches for the past five years and is now corresponding secretary for the Tennessee Christian Missionary Society. There will be some special music at each evening service. following are some of the subjects that will be discussed during the mect- mg: '.'First Things First," Salvation," The Way of Life Made Plain as Day," What Must I Do to Be Saved," Con version,' uoeoience isiesseu, ine Healing of llaaman," "Prayer," "Sin and Its Cure," Why Morality Will Not Save," Things That Save." You are cordially invited to attend these services. E. C. Mozley. . IP HARDY GLASS "Tl Wasnington Avenue GROCERS Staple Goods Special Lines i' ' 1 ' ' ' ' Fresh, Cold Storage Meats. Select Country Vegetables Produce Growth of Famous Resort. J. C. Reynolds returned last Suuday from bis summer home at Weaverville, N. C, leaving Mrs. ReynolJs much im proved and enjoying the luxury and the delights of the purest mountain air and arcadian ' scenery, together with Clarence, Charley Hill and Margaret. Mr. Reynolds says that the growth of Ashevitle, famous as a health resort and a social center, is just now enjoying, the most remarkable development in its ca reer' Celebrated for the zenith of cli matic perfection and the rarest life giving air tonics, which have attracted the wealthy classes and people of all sta tions in life for numbers of years, they are coming now from the European quarters and filling up the hotels and sanitariums as never known in the his tory of American health resorts. Mr. Reynolds says there are thirty-five trains a day, a train every thirty minutes ar riving and leaving Ashcville, and he ex hibited a schedule of the trains in the Asheville Citizen. Numbers of people might be surprised at this statement, but it is true. The wonderful popu larity of this place and its fame as a health resort is reaching all parts of the world, and the prospects now are that its future is full of great things. TT EITHER Apology nor Pre 1X3 varication is Necessary When a merchant sells gopd clothes, honest clothes. . Baseball. The Kenton ball twirlers arrived Tues day for a series of three games with the U. C. T. S. Invincibles. The game in the afternoon was slow, one-sided and uninteresting throughout, resulting in a victory for the locals, the figures dis played reading 10 to 2. The Kenton boys had overestimated theirtanacitv and returned home Wednesday morning. Manager Aydelott made arrangements for the Dyer Professionals to come and complete the advertised games. They arrived on time and opened Wednesday in a crisp", snappy, closely contested, enjoyable game, but were unable to land .a . verdict. Johnson and Smith were "riglit there." The visitors pound ed Johnson pretty lively at times, but the, 'support the boys gave him, except ing one instance, was perfect, an error allowing the only run scored by Dyer, The score: 3 and 1. 1 These teams are evenly matched and always give the spectators a quarter worm, iney nave piayeu this season eight games, the U. C. T. S. taking five of the number. They finish the series this afternoon (Friday) at 4 o'clock. Hi Ijj J III '4 i1 n ComicMT j J : . : f I uui4otiam I ; 1 ' J I I J. A. COBLE III Or our assortment of we can honestly tin vvnen you hand-tailored clothes state that they are all-wool every thread. You will see for yourself the superb style, fit .and tailoring. We still have a nice selection on hand. Our prices are right. SON, OUR STANDARDS Well-known Brands, The Best Quality, Purest Products The mi 011 V OUR METHODS ' Prompt Delivery, Satisfied Customers Reasonable Prices Telephone 14 IIH The West Tennessee Monument Co. Wants to do your work. Get our prices and see our. designs before plac ing your order. . . .. We Handle all kinds of Marble, Granite and Building Stone. Good Wheat, One of the best wheat crops we hav heard of this year was that of Mr. Job Faulk on Dr. Nevil Farrior's land near the camp ground. The crop averaged thirty-one and a half bushels to the acre and tested 61 pounds to the bushel mis would be considered a nice crop any year, and it is one this year tfiat will be hard to beat. We believe the Doctor and Mr, Faulk will get the blue ribbon with this crop. Troy Press. Mr. A. D. Midyett, who lives three miles northwest of Kenton,' reports an average of thirty-four bushels of wheat per acre on 12 acres. This is the best yield so far reported in this section. ' Kenton Herald. , v Supper at Pleasant Valley. The usual largo crowd attended the supper at Pleasant Valley last Wednes day evening. The affair was under the supervision of l'rof. and Mrs. Kobey, who are personally interested in im proving the schoolhouse property, lor which the proceeds are to be used. The barbecue, as usual, was prepared by Mr. Gent Palmer and it was excellent, as it always is. These are annual affairs at Pleasant Valley, where some of the best people in the county reside. These good people have a fine school and they are interested iu the progress of the school enough to keep it in the lead among the county schools. Pianos for Sale at Cost. I have taken over the Matthews-Mor ris Piano Jo., ana not being a piano man, have several fine new pianos for sale at the cost mark. I have too much other business to devote much time to the piano businsss, and these pianos have been moved to the Home Furni ture Co. 's store, where they can be seen. Will sell them on terms to suit the purchaser. Also have all the latest music in stock, and this will be sold at 15 cents per copy, two for 25c. These pianos will be placed on approval, and sold fully guaranteed. All pianos are standard make, and now is the chance to buy a fine piano cheap, and on rea sonable terms. 19-2t W. C. Morris, Mgr. Old Maids Convention. ' The Old Maids Convention will be given by the ladies of the Harris com munity for the benefit of the M. . Church August 5, with a very interest ing program, including cast and musi cal numbers. ' The date will be Satur day, August 5, and a large crowd is anticipated. Real Estate Transfers. E. W. Cabe and wife to Boyd Mc- Wherter, et al., 73 acres in No. 16, $3,000. J. M. Brice and wife to J. W. Press- ly, 6 lots in No. 6, $230. J. N. Freeman to W. M. Freeman, IS acres in No. 1, $600. , N. A. ..Vaden and wife to E. M. Weaver, lot in Union City, $1,255. B. G. Glover aud w ife to J. E. Camp bell and wife, lot in Union City, $1,000. W. M. Nailling et al. to M. L. John son, lot in Union City, S22.J. V. B. Boaird to A. It. White, lot in Obion, $2,500. S. J. Ilestor and wife to J. II. Lowe, lot in No. 16, $1,600. A. B. Watts and wife to Bank of Hornbeak, 6 lots in Hornbeak, $357.60. W. P. Taylor to Jacksonville Masonic Lodge (colored), lot in No. 16, $1,000. Myrtle Smith et al. to J. B. Nether land, interest in land in No. 16, $83. F, M. McRee and wife to J. P. Ver hine, 800 acres in No. 7, $7,300. J. W. Moss and wife to Jas. Rumage, lot in No. 5, $30. G. W. Neeley and wife to Jas. Rum- age, 100 acres in No. 5, $2,500. Mary V. Kiug to Ben M. Smoot, lot in Union City, $450. Ben M. Smoot to Mary N. King, lot in Union City, $450. . W. M. Stalcup and wife to M. L. Stroud, 11 acres in. No. 13, $2,660. Ever Take the Pledge ? It was formerly customary for the habitual drinker to take the pledge reg ularly, sometimes once a year, and sometimes in every lit of remorse that followed his debauches, and then Break it. But now it is gradually dawning on the world that pledges do not stop drunkenness. The nervous system of the habitual drinker is diseased and he must have treatment that will cure his condition, If Orrine does not benefit after a trial, your money will be re funded. ORRINE costs but $1 a box. Call at our store and get a free booklet. We'll gladly tell you all about this meri torious remedy for the liquor habit. Oliver s Red Cross Drug Store. The SAFEST and QUICKEST WAY to TRANSFER MONEY IS BY Long Distance Telephone FOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE 6r TELEGRAPH INOORPORATCO CO BOYS. A TREASURE CHEST, full of hundreds of dollars in hard cashl The TRAIL to it, any wide awake boy can follow. Don't worry any longer where to get real money or whatever article you want. Come to me and get it. Parents .'investigate! for this self-same "ROAD has led many a boy to a bank account. Come with your boy if you choose. Come early. M. G. Dowsing. 227 South First Street, Union City Tenn. Business Men's Club. NEWS NOTES. Resolutions of Respect Resolutions of respect to the memory of Mrs. Sue Rickman. On July 12, 1911, the pearly gates of Heaven stood ajar and the reaper, Death, appeared in our midst to claim the spirit of Mrs. Suo Rickman. There fore, as members of Mt. Zion Mission ary bociety, we take this metqod of paying tribute to her memory. Resolved, That although her absence from our midst brings sorrow and regret to us, there is comfort in knowing that her spirit has gone to the God who gave it and is at rest. Therefore, we bow in umble submission to His will, know- ng that He doeth all things well. Resolved, That we may so discharge our duties and live such Christian lives that when the summons comes it may be said of us as 'twas of her, "She was woman full of good deeds," Resolved, That a copy of these roo- tions be recorded on our secretary s book, copies sent the city papers and a copy to the bereaved husband. Committee: Mrs. W. C. Barham, James Fczzell, j Mary D. Crexshaw. Use Jersey Cream Flour. None better. A review of the foreign trade of the XTnited States during the last twelve months shows a steady increase in com merce with Canada and the Orient. Mrs. John Singleton, sister of Lillian Graham, under indictment for the shoot ing of W. E. D. Stokes, notified the. New lork police that Miss Graham had been missing since Saturday night. In a statement issued at Beverly, Pies ideut Trft gave the Democrats in the House and Senate the credit for the pas sage of the Canadian reciprocity treaty agreement bill. Settle Up. All spring and summer bills due July 1 and must be paid by August 1. Corum & Jackson. s Save money by using Bon Air Coal. Bon Air Coal, best and cheapest, at Union City Ice & Coal Co. Card of Thanks. We wish to thank bis and our friends and neighbors for their kindness and help during the long sickness and in the death of our beloved husband, son and brother, Parnell Garrigan. May the Lord bless you all is our fervent prayer. Rose Garrigex, Mr. A5D Mrs. Garrigan axd Family. Public Sale. I will offer for sale to highest and bet bidder, at my farm about nine miles east of Hickman, three miles west of Jordan and seven miles north of Union City, Thursday, August 3, 1911. all my stock and farming implements, including 12 bead of horses and mules, about 40 head of hogs and a number of cattle, wagon, binder, plows, cultiva tors, etc., household and kithen furniture. Terms will be made known on day of sale. Sale begins at 10 o'clock. If rain interferes on Thursday the sale will take place on the following day- Friday. Tins July 25, 1911. R. l . McCosnell. Extract from a letter of a largo Chicago firm Mr. G. W. Carter, Sec. Business Men's Club, Union City, Tenn. : From your envelope, letterhead and enclosure it would seem that Union City is an at tractive and prosperous city. We would oe glad to know'moro about the Busi ness Men's Club. Mr. Citizen, is our city attractive and prosperous? If it is, let's tell the world; if it is not, let's make it attractive and prosperous. Extract from letter from Draughon's Practical Business Colleges Mr. G. W. Carter, 8ec. Business Men's Club, Union City, Tenn.: Dear Sir: I wish to thank you and the mem bers of your club for the prompt action and promised assistance in getting our school started in your town. I am now preparing advertising matter for the papers of your town and communi ty, and hope to have thesw ready for the next issue. Thanking you for past favors, I am, Yours very truly, A. M. Rouse, Mgr. Draughon's Practical Business College, Paducah, Ky. Special Fair Premiums. The West Tennessee Fair Association authorizes the addition of the following premiums to be awarded at the eighth aonual meeting in Union City this fall, Sept. 6, 7, 8 and 9: By S. D. Woosley Best loaf of lieht bread made from Tip Top Hour. Premi um, one barrel of Tip Top flour. uy . v. v oosley Best 3-pound sam ple of cotton. Premium, one can Cheek Neal Coffee: second premium, one can Cbeek-Neal Coffee. Four or more en tries required. By S. D. Woosley Best 8-oound sam ple of tobacco. Premium, one can Cheek-Neal Coffee; second premium, ' one can Cheek-Neal Coffee. Four or more entries required. By S. D. Woosley Best plain cako made of Tip Top flour, using Cottolene for shortening. Premium. 10 -rtound bucket of Cottolene; second premium, one bucket of Cottolene. Four or more entries required. Best plain cake, any flour and Cotto lene.' Premium, 10-pound bucket of Cottolene; second premium, one bucket of Cottolene. Four or more entries required. Best cake, any kind, any flour, using Cottolene. Premium, 10-pound bucket of Cottolene; second premium, one bucket of Cottolene. Four or more entries required. I have the cheapest loan contract and the best after you get It ever offered to the people of Obion County. If you need money come to see me and be convinced. Seeing is believing. J. W, Bi'RXKY, Union City, Tenn. When you want cypress fencing and boxing don't fail to call on J. F. Carpenter.