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White Way Minstrels.
Messrs. Grover Schleifer and Brother DeGraffenreid may very well congratu late themselves and the peopleof Union City may very properly give them the lion '8 share of the credit fof'trre Great White Way lights in Union City. There are about seven blocks of these stands, forty io all, with a few more to be put in. The White Way was put in; last year in May and there was a balance due on the work, for which the minstrel was given last Tueti Jay night. The en tire indebtedness istiow wiped off the slate and we have the most exenstive white way in the State, with the excep- user tiou of the large cities. The minstrel Tuesday night was a The pen in your case. Unce vou use uooster, tne advance paper, was i the our timbers. Dlankins?. Ki"naW forerunner of the event, and so well latlis. e-tr vm. will k- . ,.ll advertised was the shtw that' the house fieri wiiK thm nA .k.wJ J " Poetically sold out in advance at fkf ...k . . 1 i . 35, 50 and 75 cents. The minstrel per We Handle Lumber of such a character that the always comes here when he needs more. That is just what will hap- success from curtain to curtain. you 11 naturally come where you packed bouse immen8eIy were so well treated before Need any now ? UillOi! CITY LUMBER CI 'I formance was enjoyed therefore by a The inter locutor, Harry Robinson, looked like a king of minstrelsy, with his beaming customary silence, and then there were the premier end men, . Stanfield and Embrey, recalliug the shades of Bhi) Emerson and Cal Wagner. In the pro gram bolow appears the names of all I the cast, the best talent of the city. The singers were also appreciated. These followed the lead of the two well known voices, Uartu and Howse, wall some T. R. REYNOLDS, Proorietor Phona 285 Jirary, the inimitable "jimmy sCz, and the musical director. Count John- ' Eyes examined free at' your home, ny, in a new English pattern and the Write or phone W. T. Wilkerson. Union . v.. v,. k.j .1.. u;z. ...... . - lawb laici ijfci v Liiiuu 1iii.11 inn iiiiiini tim ity, lenn. 40-tf latest rag. Everything had the nijhstrel swing, voi. Dave Veruine is another FOR SALE A fine lot of soft maple veteran of the stage doing a professional shade trees. Call W. T. Bondurant at Woodland, R. F. D. No. 3, Hickman, Ivy. 51-2tpd FOR SALE Eggs from select thor oughbred Barred Rocks, $1 for 15. Mrs. W. T. Adams, R. F. D. No. 6, Union City, Tenn., 1 mile east of thif city, phone 526Y. 51-4t T. R. CLARK TRANSFER CO. . Phone 030 and 629. CAN ALSO be gotten at N. C. and M. fc O. depots - " Baggage a specialty. . . FOR SALE Ten fine fresh milk rnws from $45 to $100, the best bargains in good milkers for quick : sale. Phone 200, Geo. P. Moody. 49-4t WANTED A real good live ener getic mam to solicit Farm Insurance. Uood contract for the right man. 8, P. Caldwell, Gou'l. Agent. Trenton, Tenn. 48-t.f FOR SALE Corner lot 75x115, good ,G-room house, 4 down stairs and 2 up, good barn and other out buildings, con crete walks, all paid for. On very rea sonable terms and price right for quick sale. (40-tf) W. H. Lanzer. LIBERAL COMMISSION . AND SALARY to look after our business in your community. Interesting, digni fied, healthful work. International Magazine Company, 119 W. 41st street, New York City. 52 Co-operative Real Estate and Live Stock Exchange. A new business. Let .me advertise your stock. No charges if no sale; 8 per cent on live stock and jacks. I have bargains in milk cows, pigs, yearlings, mules, horses. Dorrkl Harris. . . .. v ... vv..v Grow, B. V. Howard and C. V. Jones. .Must uo. umce .days, Monday and No. 6-ne wik Like m Man. w.t. HrH. Saturday. ' 51-6tl No' 7 ,HlWy Hh " Sweetheart and, v Mother Is lead, and Johnny Semones and Skeet- er" Griffin they are popular fun mak ers. The dancing Harrises were also in the spotlights. The black and white iaces in iun aress ana tne courtiers in professional costumes looked grand The program: Stage Directors . G, V. Schleifer and H. M. DeGraffenreid OKCHKSTKA Nixon, Boyd, Sanders, Pardue, Tnte. CAST OF CHARACTERS FIRST PART Interlocutor Harry T. Kobinnon Bones J. M. Embrey Tambo H. C. StHnfield BLACK .KACRS H. M. DeGrnffenreid W. B. Howse S. B. Thompson I. B. Griffin J. F. Semonea C. II. Verhine -- , J. P. Morris Claud Bolt R. C. Jackson Bernard Gooch . . W.T.Harris Calvin Reeser WHITE CIRCI.R . Homer Clark ' , D. 1, Verhine Fred Nnillinff I,. H. McAdoo ! V ' Edwin Roarers Kerrell Alexnnder George Monrotus Casiwr Isaacs .... 8. p. Woosley B. F. Howard W. E. Hudifins A. I.. Garth I W. W. Moore C. V. Jones Americnn officer Paui soott Put t,,em out ' business; I've used American soldier sJfe? every underhand method known to the courtiers knocking fraternity to injure business; We Norrid. . Hunter Wells, T'Ve ied about them, and would have olio stolen from them if I Hotel Clerk ....II, M. DeGraffenreid Bell Boy J. P. Morris Elevator Boy .Calvin Reeser Menoirrapner Bernard Gooch Vaudeville Book Atieut ............. D. I. Verhine Parson..... .......J. E. Semones J. C. Harris Groom ..t..t.W. T. Harris 7.30 p.m. Three reels of Picture, including: n iwo-reei special, i ne Mutual Weekly. 8.30 D.tn. First Part. Rrenf. A Vnniun rrt,.f OPENING OVERTURE Introducing Minstrel Show Parade, The Good Ship Mary Ann, While They Were Dancing Around, Somebody's Com- inir to our House, Campmeeting Band. He'd nave Migration From the South. The tendency of Southern peo.e to migrate to other States was touched upon by President Harrison, of the Southern Railway, in a recent address at Selma, Ala. Mr Ifnrricf-tn tn!,t Vila n ...1 itrt tka ic was more important to Southerq progress to keep Southern people at home than to attract settlers from other localities. , By way of clinching this statement he produced a compila tion of figures from the Federal Cen sus of 1910 which showed that at that time 2,571,734 natives of the nine Southeastern States traversed by the Southern Railway lines were living in other States, while 472,412 natives of other States were living in these nine Southern States, "making the net loss of population to the section, through the movement to other State, 2,199,822." j . It must be conceded that the South is a good place to live. An increasing number of people in other sections of the country are seeking homes in' the Southern States. They are doing so because they, believe thq opportunities are better there than elsewhere. This U especially true of the agricultural opportunities. The South is favored by a genial climate and it is not lacking in good soil. There is absolutely no reason why any farmer should move to any other part of the country in the hopelof finding better agricultural ad vantages. The homeseeker finds a hospitable welcome in the South. It is well that there should be an influx of new popu lation, for the South is not crowded and has room for many millions more peo ple than it is supporting at present. New blood is needed because it brings new methods and new energy, At the same time it is not desirable that the native strains should be, lost or crowded out at a time when the country is just entering upon so promising a period of development. The SouCh needs new settlers, but it also needs the old ones who know the landmarks, the customs, the ideals and the possibilities of the Southern coun try. Courier Journal. fAfiftfih WATfil.FftR Down and $1.00 Per Week During the month of Harch we are going to sell any watch iii stock on an easy-payment plan. Why order your watches from people whom you do not know, when you can buy them at home from people you do know, on the same terms ? Also, we are here to adjust them and look after them. ow is. the time for the farmer to buy a watch, for the time is at hand for him to be out in the field, where he can only guess by the sun (if it is shining). . The laboring man needs a watch that he may get to his work on time: The business man needs a watch that he may' meet his many appointments promptly. Remember this offer remains in force from 2nd of March until the 31st. People whom we do not know will be required to give' satisfactory refences. : Now is the time to get you a good watch and hardly miss the money. ' .'. Prayer of the Knocker. 'Lord, please don't let this town grow. I've lived here for thirty years and during that time I have fougl every public improvement; I've knocked everything and everybody; no firm or individual has established a business here without my doine all I could to 0 i Andrews had courage; have done all I could to keep the town from growing, never spoken a word for it but instead I have knocked it bard and often. 'It pains me, O Lord, to see that in spite of my knocking this town is be ginning to grow. Some day, I fear, t will be called upon to put down side- to Get Under. Get Out and Get IIiutprlSolnL Walks in front of mv nmiwrlv And wlin Howse) The Valley of the Moon, Sail On Silvery 1 1 , . , , . . uui Hiiiii i uiayiinveio Keep up Moon (by quartet, Howse, Verhine, Thompson, No. 1 Ish Ga Bibble, J. P. Semones. No. 21 Miss You Most of All. Casuer Isaacs No. 3 You Can't Get Away from It, J, P. Morris. No. 4 Take Me Back. W. B. Howse.' No. 5 In a Hunitalow where the Ked Red Rose Her Name, A. L. Garth. No. 8 Sit Down. You're Rocking the Boat, t. B. Griffin. No. t Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm, C.V. Jones. ijtiartet cnorus. No. 10 As Deep as the Deep Blue Sea. XV. W. Moore. . No. 11 Whnt tt Takes to Make Me I.ove You, Bernard Gooch. "BACK TO THB V. 8. A." Eggs. Prom thoroughbred White Wyan Uotts, Fishers "World's Best" strain, three pens, No. 1 headed by $15 Fishel .cockerel, setting of 15. $1.50; No. 2, per 15, $1.00; No. 3, per 15, 75c. No FINALB-Ium Goln Back to Louisiana (Howse), a .h.'nnD . 4l,e Wl : Georirm ;nd (Howard), Old Kentucky Home "ff" .v I'm. "jr uiici (cnorus), uoinsr Back to Carolina (Semones) mongreisr m. ti. towell, 4-Sm Sixth St., Union City, Tenn. Eggs for Sale. Mrs. G. C. Cloyes having gone out of the poultry business, sold me a few of her choice (Kinglet) Barred Plymouth ltocks, noted as winter layers. My pen is headed by a cockerel of the famous Latham strain. . Price of eggs, $1.50 lor 15. Pen . of thoroughbred Brown Leghorn. Eggs at 75c for 17. MAM.K Gkovk Poultry Yard. 434i .. Mrs. F. j. (Jeff) Williams. Phone 419. It. F. D. No. 3. t ' : Eggs for Hatching from High Class Birds. White Plymouth Kocks, S. C. White And Brown Leghorns, It. I.' Reds, Dark F. V. V. (Scott). Midnight Clioo-choo ISrmnnM ana Morris), Come to Union City ((kxch). Dixie (Garth), Gee, I Wish I Was in Uixie With You (Chorus). Street Scene Company Lands in New York limi t Blame It. All on Broadway, B. Howse. Some Dancers, a surprise for you. . An Interval with Count Nixon and Herr Gooch. OLIO Scene, A Theatrical Hotel Office in New York. Vaudeville Acts, Introducing the White way (iiinrtet, McAdoo. Verhine, Botts. Hudif ins. The foremost Exponents of Modem So ciety Dancing, Hams Bros. Jlinmie Sail, in Momentsot conversation, jimmip Boyd, An nouncement, H. T. Robinson. Durktown Wed ding, with a novelty ceremony. FINALE - Malluda Wedding: Day, Entire Com-' pany. the streets that run by my premises? This, Lord, would cost me money and I could not afford to pay out any money though all I have was made right here in this town. Then, too, more people might come come if the town begins to grow, which will cause me to lose some of my pull I ask therefore to keep this town at a standstill, that I may continue to be the chief knocker.." The above prayer was heard last night. Brownsville (Tex Sentinel. The Dependable Jewelers (Si Opticians mi NEWS NOTES. It YOUR HAIR NEEDS HELPLESS AS BABY Down in Mind f Unable to Work, and Wbat Helped Her. Summit Point. Iw. Va M. ueue t-mev. oi i us mace, save? "i suf fered for 15 years with an awful pain in rny right side, caused from womanly Mat A aaat m m m mm a. m & t PAR NIAm hlib troub,e and doctored lota for it, but withA i rimviriii vnub It Qyickly Removes Dandruff.' Just because your hair is full of dand- ildrnish Games, Fawn and White Iodian ruff, thin, streaky, dull. and never'will Jo up to look pretty, do not despair, Beautiful hair, thick, fluffy, lustrous and absolutely free from dandruff is only a matter of care. ' Farisian Sage frequently applied will work wonders. Just one application stops itching head, removes dandruff and all excessive oil. It goes right to the hair roots and furnishes the nour ishment needed the hair becomes soft, fluffy, abundant and radiant with life. rarisian Sage not only saves the hair but stimulates it to grow long and heavy. Get a 50 cent bottle from Oli ver's Ked Cress Drug Store at ont;e. There is do other "Just -as-good," rJv I lluuaer ana Alammout vv mr rekia JUncfcs, White Embden Geese. Hen and duck eggs, f 1.50 for 15; goose eggs, $2.50 for 7, - 1 Wkst Kn'd PortTRY Yard, Union City, Tenn., f,.l)27-3m O. E. Miluksn, Prop. N ,C4 St. L. TIME TABLE- IMvt Union City. EAST HOUND No. 53 WKPT IiOONP. S 3.15 p.m 11.05 p.m. 0,10a. m, Ka. 51. .12.50 p.m out success. I suffered so very much, that I became down in mind, and as help less aS a babV. I was in tho wnrct Irinf oi snape. was unable to do any work. I began taking Cardul, the womar's tonic, and cot icitef from tne very first cose. ny tne time I had taken 12 bot tles, my health was completely restored. I am now 48 years yea. old, but feel as good as I ciu when only 16. Cardul certainly saved me from losing my mind, and 1 feel it my duty to speak in us iavor. i wish i naa some power over poor, suffering women, and could make them know the good it would do them." If you suffer from any of the ailmenf3 peculiar to women, it will certainly ba worth your while to give Cardui a trial. It has been helping weak women fof more than 50 years, and will help you, too. Try Cardul. Your druggist sells it tVrHtfg; Cha!tnof tdteln ' Co, lAvt Admory Dept., Cliaiiaiiooga, Tr.n,; lor . ctiml fnttrwtiomt on your mm V4 4-Cir book. "Hom TrMUiwM lor 'Acmes," m , ma wra:pr. H.C i 1 The ad'ance lines of Villa's forces are now seven miles from Torreon. Th field base of the camp is at Bermejillo where the Federals were routed Friday and Saturday. Rising in the path of ad vance is the mountain of Cerro Lapila, supposed to be fortified by Federals. may be the first point of real resistance, The Post-office Department has se lected ten cities in which it will endeavor to introduce the use of the parcel post Co place consumers in direct touch with producers. According to a report just issued by the Department of Agriculture, the wages of farm laborers in the United States have increased 36 per cent, since 1907. ' Protests are made in Paris that Mme. Caillaux, slayer, of Gaston. Calmette, editor of Figaro, is the recipient of ex cessive favors at Saint Lazarre prison. Consideration of the bill to repeal the exemption clause of the Panama Canal Act will not .be undertaken in Senate committee until lata next week. . Gov. Colquitt, of Texas, ordered the recruiting of additional men for the Texas Banger force doing border patrol duty along the Mexican line. Two men held by the Atlanta police were identified as participants in the robbery of a Queen & Crescent train near Birmingham.' Edgar M. Davis, a former insurance man and railroad builder, was indicted on. a charge of embezzling foPO, 000 Worth of property. ' Faducah won, its case before the Intei- state Commerce Commission jp- its com plaint that Cairo was favt'ed over it io rate making. f CottonimwJ oil mills in. ten. Southern States were acquired by the Union Seed &, Fertilizer Company,- a New Jersey corporation. .,. '- The 1913 cotton crop, was ;tb largest ever grown, the Census Bureau reported. The total number of bales produced was 4,767,151. , - ; ' The present anti trust statute should be retained intact, said former President Taft in a lecture in Minneapolis. Gov. McCreary signed the 2i-cent railroad fare bilL It will become ef fective in Kentucky June 15. Plans for joint maneuvers of the itional gti,-d and the rf-gufar aroiy ere issue J ia M&shmrum. rail I he g Season f uiioin NOW ON We have every sort of building and finishing lumber you're apt to need, including framing; flooring, ceiling, siding Doors and Windows, Shingles A visit to our yards will be appreciated. Come and , . inspect our stock for your own satisfaction. V Yards south of Presbyterian Church. First Street, - UNION CITY, TENN. Cheap miifjOoi 15? prom'B... :.':'..) I Is not necessarily the lowest in price FREE.1 FROM P.ST"t&inTgJ since the value Is largely determined by the quality you receive, and If it is - FREE FROfvf DIRT of all kinds. We guarantee our coal to be of the best quality, and at the end of winter will prove the cheap est, because it will go the farthest ELVIN COAL CO." Telephone No. II. cierclal 1 Year