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Mrs. J. W. Yates is quite sick at this
Mr, Fr"J Hamilton is with bis parents
for a few days.
Mr. Cicero Ragsdale is visiting bis
sister, Mrs. Jasper Keen.
Miss Andrena Ross, of Bethlehem,
visited at Hickman last week.
Mrs. N. T. Weaks, who has been very
sick with pneumonia, is much better.
J. D. Keen, who sold his farm recent
ly to Fred Hubbs, is out looking for a
James McClard visited his uncle,
Frank Ragsdale, at Trimble a few days
last week.
The latest arrival is at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Ragsdale a fine
girl baby born March 4.
Mr. Joe Wells has bought a farm
down in Number Five, near Cobbs
Chapel, and will soon take possession of
The Coruru school, with Miss Sudie
Caruthers as teacher, closed last week.
We understand that her work was a de-
cideded success. ' . - ' '
Frof. V. E. Cates, of Louisville, Ala.,
has been at home several days at the
bedside of his sister, Mrs. John Hughes,
v'ho is in a very low state of heali,h.
The bad weather for the past month
or two has made the roads of this dis
trict almost impassable. Our contract
ors, however, are doing all the work
they can.
Measles seems to be going the rounds
this spring. It is reported that there
are cases at E. II. Naylor's, Dave Bur
row's and Louis Gray's, while1 many
others have been exposed.
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Mr. Ozrose Primrose is on the sick
A large crowd attended church here
Mr. Walter Cross, of Protemus, was
through here Friday.
Messrs. Jno. flowers and bam Grooms
went to the lake Friday. -
Miss Dessie Primrose was the guest
of Mrs. Enloe Brown Sunday.
Messrs. Jim Sanders and Frank Brown
were in Troy Saturday on business. ,
Mrs. Tom Neely returned home Mori
day from visiting relatives near Beech.
We are very glad to state that Mr.
Van Glover is very much improved since
our last writing.
Mr. and Mrs. John D. Killion, of
Protemus, were through here Saturday
en- route to Union City.
Mr. Cranford, of Ilornbeak, was the
guest of Messrs. Fonnie and Thearon
Dyer Saturday night and Sunday.
Mr. Bill Kendall, of near Ilornbeak,
and Mr. Wells, of Union City, were the
guests of Mr. Em Brown and family
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Wilson and little
son, Randall, of No. 8 island, is visiting
Mrs. Wilsou's father, Mr. Em Brown,
this week. Trixie.
Rob Caruthers visited St. Louis last
finrrir tn mnnrt Mrs. A mnnda Haral
son on the sick list.
Mrs. James Caruthers attended the
funeral of Mr. Buitch Sunday last.
Arch Caruthers and wife, of Wood
land Mills, visited the farmer's mother
Sunday last. ' ' '
Mrs. Hughes, north of town, who
has been dangerously ill, is reported to
be some better. :.
Mr. Will Warterfiold is having some
very fine Jersey cattle delivered at his
farm on North Side.
Col. R., P. Whitselle, wife and daugh
left last week for Florida whore (hey
will remain until spring. ,
The Elder Vaden continues ill. The
elders of the church with the pastor,
Bro. Trice, visited him Sunday after
noon and administered the Lord's Sup
per. A few friends and relatives met at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. James
Caruthers to celebrate Willie Wright's
birthday. They had a most enjoyable
day, and they say Willie will not forget
Lady Reader.
To Book Lovers Contestants. ,
. Caldwell's Book Store will publish
-..;. 4y uk' f rmer tiny's picture and
the answer we would make. Call and
get what help we may give you.
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Cows, Calves
Register Pc!and China Figs
and C:rks!i!re Kois
Stock Hogs, Stock Cattle
3 to 5 years old, 151 to 16 hands high, all good and sound.
Also five yearling mule colts; good foot and bone.
at Herman Dietzel's Farm
J West Union City, Tenn.
Six Registered Jersey Cows and Heifers. Eight Registered
Shorthorn Calves, Bulls and Heifers.
Registered Poland China Pigs and Berkshire Hogs.
Twenty head Jersey Heifers and Tlilk Cows.
One lot Stock Hogs and Stock Cattle.
Sale begins at 9:30 a. m.. Dinner on the ground for every
body, furnished by the ladies of Pleasant Valley Church.
Sealed bids will be accepted and looked after.
" Terms of Sale On a credit of six months, note with approved
security, two per cent off for cash. All registrations furnished
free. In case of rain, sale will be held following day.
IRA COTTINGHAM, Eden, 111., Auctioneer.
, t, BEREA. "
Mr. and Mrs. lluburt Trice visited
relatives in Mount Pelia Sunday.
Mr. Ed. Penn and family visited
relatives at Cedar Hill Friday night,1
Those on the sick list this week are
Mrs. N. W. Laster and Master Preston
Mr. Martin Forrester and family, of
near Rives, visited in Number Seven
Mrs. Clara Barton and children, of
Gibbs, are visiting relatives in dum
ber Seven this week.' Brownie,
Eggs, Eggs, Eggs. , ;:
From White Wavandotts that are pure
vhite, the best all purpose fowl, great
winter layers. Eggs $1.00 for lo, fer
tility guaranteed. Also Duroc Jersey
Hogs of the best breeding and individu
ality. Come and see or write your
lants. W. J. Beaucuamp,
0-tf Union City, Tenn., R. F. D. 4.
Fine Berkshire Boar.
have a fine registered Berkshire
Eggs for Sale.
We have eggs for sale from pure-bred
Indian Runner Ducks, price $1,50 per
setting of 13.
Harold and Lee Thomj'SOX.
-H2-4 R.F.D. No. 4, Phone 411.
Coal Coke Wood Call Tel. 150.
hi wiili'lt vm'iJ iike the prefwit sea
son at the Nailling farm, known as the
Adams pl.i'-e, one-half mile east of
Union City, at the low cash price of 1.
March 1. 1912.
50-4t . Elwood Harris.
- Eggs! Eggs! Eggs!
Exta fkirred Plymouth Rock eggs fcr
setting at one .dollar per fifteen.
Mrs. T. P. Palmer;
Rives, Tenn,
Mrs. Martha J. Major Dead.
Mrs. Martha J. Major died Sunday
morning at 12:80 o'clock at her home
near McConnell. .,
Death was due to the infirmities in
cident to old age, being in her eighty
sixth year. For several years she has
been quite feeble and ws subject to at
tacts of heart trouUe which hastened
her death.
The burial took place this morning at
11 o clock at Walnut Grove. . Revs,
Walters and Simmons had charge of
the funeral service.'
. The deceased leaves the following chil
dren to mourn her death: Dr. Geo. L.
MajQr, of this city, Miss Nora Alice
Major, of McConnell, Mrs. Robert
Mitchell, of near this city, Mrs. G. P.
Sellars, of Gibson, Tenn., Joe Major, of
Corinth, Miss., and Rev. John Major, of
Fayette, Mo.
For more than sixty-five years the de
ceased was a member of the Methodist
Church and it may be truly said of her
tbut "thebciuty t'vine viIIiufirHRu
in her Jifo and thS excellence of Chris
tianity was exemplified in her death."
Fulton Leader,
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The Old Reliable.
A Fair Trial Makes ' vr
Lilc Converts A 7 Cy
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Eggs for Hatching.
Ringlet Strain Barred Plymouth
Rocks good winter layers. Eggs from
pen headed by Memphis prize cocker
el, $1.50 for 13. Satisfactory hatch
guaranteed. Phone 85. tf
Mrs. clarence cloys.
Double Skirt Effects Duibar Em
broideries Laces Galore.
Better than most does the New Yoik
woman understand the value of stylih
accessories. Not every born knieker
bocker of course, for there are any num
ber of the native born without an atom
of clothes sense, but the average of gootl
dressing is high on Fifth Avenue as all
the world knows.
The woman with a long thin neck is.
having her innings just now when
Pierrot ruches extending up and down
from a tiny band at the base of the.
neck, are most fashionable. These are
usually made of two shades of maline
black over white, blue over green, etc..
A narrow velvet ribbon covers the band..
Side frills are still much worn and col
larless finishes are used for waists ami
blouses, but any girl out of school has
the neck filled in with a net or lace col
lar, and this should be high as the throat
will permit.
What are known as Durbar embroid
eries and trimmings give an up-to-date
touch to many taffeta fru;ks and suit
waists. These are odd patterns de
veloped in the rather garish colors of
the East, in woolen and heavy silk
thread. The name of course suggested!
by the gorgeous Oriental ceremonies
attending the crowning of King George
and Queen Mary as Emperor and Em
press of India.
Nearly every skirt one sees is either
double skirted or trimmed to give that
effect, and combinations of material re
main very fashionable so that it is not
difficult to refurnish a gown. Skirts
remain narrow and waists are apt to be
nearly all net, or chiffon, or some other
tliin material in the color of the freefc
with a bib, or lower part of the skirt
material, so it takes little to make
gown with some matching combination.
Little silk coats or blouses that can be
worn with odd gowns or do duty with ft
matching skirt are much to the fore.
Built of plain or shot taffeta, these are
very pretty and becoming, and need
little trimming outside of their own
material. '
One piece taffeta gowns will be exceed
ingly fashionable made on simple lines,
and these go practically anywhere, so
are most useful. Verona Clark.
Capt. Roald Amundsen, in an inter
view at Hobart, Tasmania, in which he
decribed more in detail his trip to the
South Pole, declared that it is likely
that Capt, Scott also reacbod the Polo.
Amundsen admitted the possibility that
the Englishman got there first,
Through the efforts of Representa
tives Byrns and Wyckliffe the House
refused to cut down the appropriation
to eradicate tobacco-destroying insects
common to Kentucky and Tennessee,
Developments claimed lo have taken
place in New York recently have so en
couraged the managers of Leader Un
derwood that they are now claiming the
solid delegation of the Empire State.
The report of Director M. A. Scovell,
of the Agricultural Experiment Station,
shows that in 1910 and 1911 over
11,100 samples of foods and drugs were
examined and analyzed.
Democratic House Leader Underwood
has announced that the wool tariff bill
probably will be the last of the revision
measures to be reported at this session
of Congress.
Senator Vardaman, of Mississippi
has announced that he favors Repre
senative Underwood for the Democratic;
nomination ior President.
p ll4Ult J111S vUi LaWid I'll 1-iisvL.lL
For Catarrh, Colds, Couona, Sorr
Throat and Bronchitis.
Everytody knows that breathing II Y-
OMEI a few times a day through the
little hard rubber pocket inhaler will in
a short time drive out catarrh.
Many people regularly use the vapor
treatment at night in conjunction with
the inhaler, claiming that it hastens re
This is the vapor treatment: Into a
bowl three quartern full of boiling v;alcr
pour a scant teaspoon ful of HYOMEI,
cover head and bowl with towel and
breathe for five minutes the soothing,
healing, antiseptic IJYOMEI vapor.
Try it when using HYOMEI for any
nose or throat ailment.
HYOMEI is guaranteed by Oliver's
Red Cross Drug Store to put an end to
catarrh, or money hack. A bottle of
HYOMEI costs 50 cents; a complete
outfit, which includes inhaler, $1.00,

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