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Judge Jones Presiding With a Very Light Docket. Circuit Court convened last Monday morning, with Judpt .loins on the bench and General Caldwell pi esent as attorney in bt half of the State. The grand jury is in session as fol lows: Esq. S. It. fl ra 1 1 o n, ll. 11. Reed, D. Hamilton. J. S. Poo re,' C. C. Dickensen, B. B. Jonakin, J. 3. Bean, II. E. Frazier, J. T. Freeman, P. C McMullen, R. A. Hinshaw, J. W. Mc Afee, I). B. Jackson. Officer, G..J. Hutchens. The trial jury is as follows: J. K. P. HeHin, H. E. Roberts, Bob Roberts, Thos. Fletcher, W. L. Black ley, Pan Taylor, W. II. Cutler, Charley Cleek, J. M. Bright. W. M. Walker, E. A. McAdoo, I. W. Stone, W. II. White, F. W. Graves. The following cases have been calred: J. C. Burdick vs. Southern Express Co., judgment in favor of plaintiff, cost taxed to plaintiff. 8. S. Pierce vs. J. M. Moores, G. W. Leathers, trustee, made party defend ant. Mi Y. Kecklaw vs. W. P. Rogers, plaintiff dismisses cause. J. W. Darnell vs. Bud Morris et al., set for May 8. Mitchell & Taylor vs. I. C. R. R. Co., wt for May 22. Dr. W. F. Roberts vs. W. B. Car- mack, settled before CJerk. F. J. Smith, exec, et al. vs. Charley Brown, set for May 18. Mayor and Aldermen of Union City vs. Jim Bingham, set for May 18. ' Aetna Life Insurance Co. vs. Stephens fc Burney, set for May 21. J. C,. Barker vs. A. W. Thompson et al., two cases, set for May 19. J. B. Adkerson vs. I. C. R. R. Co., set for May 20. R. L. Lockert vs. II. C. Stanfield, ad ministrator of John Johnson, colored, deceased. ':, ; J. W. Fowlkes vs. B. M. and I. M. Hamilton, judgment in favor of plaintiff for $244, principal, interest and attor ney's fee. i 1 Green Coleman vs. A. I. Oen, called yesterday. R. B. Johnson vs. M. V. Bruce, called ytsterday. The Planters' Prptoctive Association of Kentucky and Tennessee vs. I). J. Pceples, injunction in Chancery Court. W. J. Wright, by tiext friend, vs. John Cochran, set for May '20, W. A. Chambers vs. Charley Hutcli en, set fur May 20. J. P. Wade vs. Brooks Meadows, to be called to-d.'v. OXlISlKI). W. L. Jackson vs. I. C. R. K. Co. two cases. J. li. Caudle et al. vs. I. C. It. It. Co, The best Cultivator or the best Corn Planter at the best price and at the best place that's WEH MANS. Streets and Gutter. TbejBoard of Mayor and Aldermen met Tuesday night with a light budget. Some difference in regard to the kind of boilers to be purchased for the new water plant was referred to the commit tee for further consideration. Alderman Adams asked for authority to begin the work of laying curbing and j gutters, or rather the extension of th work begun last year, laying a block or more at a time wherever the owners of new walks are willing to take up their notes and pay the cash, and in such cases as where revenues enough are col lected this way to complete each block of curbing. This matter created some discussion, but Mr. Adams guaranteed that he could take care of the drainage and do the work according to the sped ficationsjof the city engineer. He pre ferred to build the curbing and gutters before the streets were capped, saying that it could be done better this way Some objections wet e made, but it was finally agreed 4o go ahead with the work as rapidly as the revenues would justify. Mayor . Reynolds thought this work could be taken care of and at the same time about two miles of street and some crossings couiu be laid, it was decided that wherever the streets are built crossings should be laid along with them. Dr. Blanton was granted permission to have the old posts around the park fences in front and on the east side moved before the meeting of the West Tennessee Medical Association here May 14 and 15; Big shipment of Lawn Mowers just received. Jbxtra bolted all through and we sell em cheap WEHMAN'S. TEiESSEE MAN SUFFERED FOR 40 YEARS ; HiPPlISS II A DAY J. T. Castleman, of Dyer, Finds Hope Fulfilled After Passing Threescore Years. . J. T. Castleman, of Dyer, Tenn., suf fered from stomach derangement for forty years, taking all sorts of medicine, following all kinds of medical advice. In all that forty years, he taid, he never had a real good day until he tried Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Rem edy. Then he discovered something. Let his letter tell about it: "The first dose of Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy caused gall stones to pass from me. I am feeling much bet ter than I have ever before. I am 64 years old and I had never before en joyed one whole good day. "I would not give the one sample dose you sent me for all the drug and doctors' medicine that is made." Mr,x Castleman 't experience is like that of thousands of others who have taken Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Rem edy. Old folks and young folks alike praise it. Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy clears the digestive tract of mucoid ac cretions and removes poisonous matter. It brings swift relief to sufferers from stomach derangements, liver and intes tinal disorders. Many declare it has saved them from dangerous operations; many are sure it saved their lives. The success of this remedy has caused many imitators, so be cautious. Be sure it's MAYR'S. Go to Oliver's Red Cross Drug Store and ask about the wonder ful results it has accomplished or send to Geo. H. Mayr, Mfg. Chemist. 154 15G Whiting street, Chicago, III., for free book, on stomach ailments and many letters from grateful people who have been restored. Any druggist can tell you its, wonderful results. a7 r?rf OFFERS SPECIALS -FOR- Friday, Saturday and Monday O N L Y Regular $1.00 Union Suits for C Take advantage of This Sale .L KENTON. We have been reliably informed that Rev. R. L. Keathley, formerly pastor of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church at this place, but now stationed at Tara gould, Ark., has been selected to preach the bacculaureattf sermon for the Para gould High School on Sunday, May 10. We are also glad to hear that our good brother has been elected teacher of Latin and Greek in Bethel College, Mc Keuzie, Term., one of the oldest schools in that State. Rev. Keathley was the most scholarly teacher Campbell has had since Rev. Osborn pastored the M. fjiiurcn nere some fourteen years ago. Campbell (Mo.) Citizen. Rev. W. R. Puckett, pastor of the Baptist Church, returned home Monday front Cotton Plant, Ark., where he con ducted a ten days meeting in the court house with good results. A. J. McNeely was a business visitor in Union City Monday. Misses Eva Wright and Sadie Mc Clain, of Union City, were the guests of the former's sister, Mrs. John Midyett, west of town this week. Mr. Jess Tull was a business visitor iu Union City Monday. Miss Cordie Tatuni and Mr. Robert James, of Humboldt, were the guests of Miss Tula Mathis Sunday. ' Mr. Hal Bogle left Monday for Jack sonviHe, Fla., where he will attend the reunion of the United Confederate Vet erans. ' Miss Bertha Culp, of Bells, after spending several days with relatives in Yorkville and Mason Hall, was the guest of Miss Willie Swink Saturday in 6om- pany with Mr. Reuben Clark and her cousin, Mr. Lamar Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Cox and children, of Woodland Mills, attended the King Hamilton wedding last Thursday." Mr. Bob McNeely, of Humboldt, at tended the funeral and burial of W. A, Montgomery Tuesday. - Mrs. W. P. Cox, Miss Hattie Brown and Mrs. W. D. King and cbildreu, of Dyer, attended the King-Hamilton wed ding last Thursday. Mrs. Walter Howell and children, of Union City, visited Mrs. Howell's pa rents, Mr. and Mrs; Gentry Reynolds, this week. Mrs. Knox Harper and children, of Rives, visited relatives here this week. Miss Maud Stbvall, of Bethel Springs, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. E. T. Cantrel. - ' 1 Mr. and Mrs. Cage Dozier have re turned to their home in Center Point, Texas, after several days visit with rela tives. Mrs. Tom Beadles and children, of Berkley, Ky., are visiting Mrs. Jennie Beadles this week. v Dr. and Mrs. J. F. Griffin, of Tipton ville, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Arnold Sunday. auction m Ladies9 TaiiorMadle units and C oats After a busy season we find we have a number of Ladies' Coat Suits and Coats which we will offer at a sacrifice rather than carry over. Ladies' $12.50 and $14.50 Suits Sale price . . . Ladies' $16.50 to $21.50 Suits Sale price . . .1 . Ladies' $22.50 to $30,00 Suits Sale price . . . . $8.50 $13.50 $17.50 Suits offered are all this season's and colors. best styles i FREMONT. t On Saturday before the third Sunday in May is the day set apart for decora tion day at Antioch. Everybody is in vited to come and bring your dinner, cspeciallyAhose that are interested in the cemetery. Born to Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Tanner last week a boy. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Priest were called to Brownsville, Monday to attend the burial of a grandchild, the infant of Mr and Mrs Luther Craddoc. A large crowd attended the burial of Mrs. Lec Gray at Antioch Tuesday J. I. Caldwell and Adron McDaoiel and sons are on the lake for a few days fishing. v ; There will be all-day services at the Fremont schoolhouse on the third Sun day in this month. Everybody is in vited to come and bring dinner. J. L. (Oscar) Owen, formerly of this vicinity but for the last few years resident of Pine Star, Ark., died at his home there on the 20th ult. of a con- jestive chill. Mr. Owen was 47 years old and a brother of the late P. II. Owen. He has one sister here, Mrs. Powell Cloar, the only surviving mem ber of a large family. About five years ago Mr. Owen was married to Miss Mat tie Smithy, who, with two small chil dren, are left to mourn the loss of a husband and father. Violet. You want to see those refrigerators at Nailling-Keiser Hardware Company before buying. .. . . . " Card of Thanks. We wish to express our sincere grati tude to our many friends and neighbors who were so kind to and thoughtful of us during the illness of Sarah. May God's richest blessings be with Dr. J. B. Adkerson for bis kind care of Sarah. Words cannot express our gratitude to the kind nurse, Mrs. L. IN. Martin, and the many beautiful flowers that were sent. ' Mr. asd Mks. s. JE. agxew AXD ClULURKX. Athletic Cuff Links at Dietel's. Institute Program. Following is the program for the W. C. T, U. Institute to be held in the A. R. P. Church at Troy on May 14, 1914, beginning at 10:30 a. m.: Song. . . ... Devotional exercises. Welcome address Mrs. B. Maxwell. Response Mrs. J. J. Melvin. Reading of minutes. . , Roll call. Address, "Why a County Institute?" Mrs. T.. J. Bonner. Memorial services for our late national president, Mrs. L. M. N. Stevens, con ducted by Mrs. Pattie Carrol. Solo, "Victory" Mrs. T. M. Bogle. Mrs. Stevens' 1911 Proclamation Mrs. Prentice Reddic. The Influence Upon the Young of the Bad Habits of Characters in Present Day Fiction Mrs. W. J. Caldwell. Appointing of committees. Adjourn for noon recess. ' AFTERNOON SESSION. Devotional exercises. ' Richard P. Hobson's Resolution for an Amendment to the Constitution for National Prohibition Miss Annie May Pressly. Quiz Mrs. W. L. Clemmons. The Importance of Law Enforcement and the Duty of officers Towards It Mrs. Seid Waddell. Conservation of Childhood Mrs. T. P. Palmer. The Present Day Need of the W. C. T. U. Mrs. W. L. White. Importance of Department Work Mrs. R. L. Thebus. Leaflet, "Missionary Temperance" Mrs. Cuas. Miles. -Red Letter Days Mrs. Gus White. Flawer Mission Department Miss Ellen Guy. Reading Mrs. Knox Harper. . Song; Congregation. Leaflet, Medical Temperance " Mrs. D. A. Luten. Red Letter Days Mrs. Gus White. Open discussion of department work by Superintendents from the different Unions. Temperance Music, Iu Place and Its Mission Mrs. Eugene Elder. Sabbath Observance IMr. J. R. Mof fatt. Song and dismissal. The Aerolux No-Whip porch shades, the most durable, at Ligon Furniture Company. I " Kk I . ' ''it. ne Season iiiiiiiii . 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. CT. Moss Ik Co. Yards south of Presbyterian Church. First Street, - UNION CITY, TENN. Cheap ft .....CoslJ i'yl J Is not necessarily fjfFRE&f ; j the lowest in price fl PROM CL-.--, I since the value is largely determined by the quality you receive, a :. it is ,.; FREE; FROlVf DltT; 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 m e:ivo n coal. co. TeiephoneNo.il.