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NORTHSIDE. The wvere rata storm last week ush ered in blackberry winter, which is be ing much enjoyed. Mr. Win. Walker ha a tine strawberry patch just now ripening. He will no doubt realize quite, a neat little sum. Hi-) berries are large and most delicious. Notwithstanding the great amount of rain, crop are looking well throughout the Country. 1 Mr. and Mr. Brandon, of the. city, were guests of Mrs. Jas. Caruthers Sun day last, - .Mr. and Mrs. Bob Caruthers visited Mr.s. Caruthers' parents Saturday. Congratulations are being showered upon Mr. and Mrs. Earl Face, who were quietly married last Friday evening. Mr. Pace is a young man of sterling merit. He is at present a salesman for the Uoioo City Wholesale Grocery Co. Mrs. Pace was formerly Miss Eunice Scott, a daughter of the lamented Sam Scott. The writer, with many others, w ish for them a long and happy life. Mrs. Cordie Garth visited her old friend, Mrs. Long, very recently. The union prayer meeting was held at the homo of Mrs. Edmonson Tbur9 day, the 7th inst. lUs. V!'cr CiaUree, of near Beth lehem, visited Mrs. Long Sunday. Sudie Caruthers,Gladys Simmons and Mrs. Naylor were guests of Mrs. Bob Caruthers recently. I Mr. V. S. Long, while visiting in Number Seven last week, was cordially entertained at the most hospitable home in the community. The hostess told him that she was prospering with her poultry beyond expectation; that she set a goose on nine eggs and she hatched eleven goslings.. Next. The union prayer meeting was held Thursday of this week at Mrs. Stalcup's. W. 8. Long made a business trip to tlvs vicinity near Fremont. He spent a night with his friend, John Caldwell. Mr. Long reports health there fairly good and crops looking fine considering the great amount of rain. Mr. Tom Whitworth, of Arkansas, visited his little daughter, Camile, t her grandmother's, Mrs. Thessa King, very recently. - The writer, with many other friends, tenderly sympathizes with Mr. Allen Thompson and daughter on the death of Mrs. Thompson, who died laj) ""In day morning at 7 o'clock, Mrs.Tj Top son's death was not unexpected, I she had been an invalid for quite ij'jrhile from the effects of cancer. Shi; ill be sadly missed, not only by her loved ones, but by the "entire community, be ing a zealous member of the Methodist Church, an earnest worker for all good causes a lady who cultivated friendship with those she met. The funeral was conducted at the house on Monday and many sorrowing friends followed the re mains to East View Cemetery, where she rests under a mound of raro and beautiful flowers. If everyone who loved her was to plant a roae on the grave she would forever sleep tinder a wilderness of flowers. Miss Ilattie Stalcup, with hor niece and two other little girls, atteneed. Chil dren's J)ay at Mount Zion last Satur day. ; Lady Reader. NUMBER THREE. Mr. Lee Gray, who is confined to his bed, is getting along very well at this writing. Sacrament services were held at Reel foot Sunday, a largo crowd being pres ent. Rev. Young, of Hickman, ad dressed the people in the forenoon and Rev. Mayo, the pastor, in the after noon. Mrs. Press Norrid returned to her homo at Poplar Bluff, Mo., Saturday after several "week's stay with relatives here. . Mrs. Glasseo, of Beech, spent Mon day night with her daughter, Mrs. Her bert Bruer, who is sick. - Mrs. Herbert Roberta and little daugh ter. Francis, of Marion, Ark., are vis iting Mrs. Roberts' mother, Mrs. John son. - Mrs. Josio Bruer and two daughters, Misses Bufie and Eilie, of Hickman, visited the family of Mr. John Bruer Sunday night. . - v Miss Vera Johnson leaves this week for Dresden to attend the Veakley County Institute. Miss Vira Howard, of Martin, visited homefolks Sunday, being accompanied by Misses Eddie Burdett, Mary Bruner, and Messrs. Merret, Algee and Hurt. Oren Sticler, of Martin, viited the family of G. W. Darnell Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Arthnr Evans spent Sat urday night with Mr. Ernest Bruer and family. J , Remember next Saturday, the 16th, is decoration day at Antioch. Mrs. John Williams has returned to her home At Hickman after an extend ed stay with relatives here. Mrs. Sarah Pruett has returned home after a two week's stay with her grand daughter, Mrs. Amos Kendall. 0 m m 1 " i : : --VjN. : f ... , , ' , . . ' . . i V .-si w '7f Let the Trial last Thirty Days V Buy a pair of " Headlight " overalls at r our slore today. ' f If thirty days of the hardest wear does not convince you that these are the best overalls yoif vr hnncrhh hrintr them back and fret vour money. There will be no argument. You are the Supreme Court in this case. Your decision will be favorable or we will stand the costs. H The W. G. Clagett Company, Strawberries. Mr. Ed Dietzel, the moving spirit of the Dietzel Produce Co., appeared be fore the Business Men's Club last Tues day night and recomended that some steps be taken to get the farmers inter ested in the strawberry crop. Mr. Dietzel stated in making this recommen dation that the old berry growers, those who are well known in Gibson County, had testified to the fact that the berry crop had yielded a net earning averaging $50 a year or more for a period of ten years. The berry growers and truck ers of Gibson County had become land owners and men of independent means instead of tenants. Mr. Dietzel, who is trying to take care of the berry crop here for market, says that there is not enough for car shipments, but he is going to market it anyway. Now, the most important statement he made was that Obion County has grown bet ter berries this year than any of the samples coming from Gibson County. He had Mr. Elva Caldwell to verify, this statement. G. A. Stroud had a bet ter crop than any of the berries he had' handled from Gibson County, and Mr. Stroud states that he made on five acres last year over $380 net. His are the Klondike berries. Mr. Dircks, another berry grower, substantiates the state ment that wo can grow line berries for market in this county at a better profit than either wheat or corn. He says that berries will bring a profit of fifty dollars or more per acre. Now Mr. Dietzel wants to call a meeting of those interested. Some have already agreed to put in berries, but a larger acreage is wanted, and a club is to be organized for that purpose. A committee was named with Mr. Diet zel as chairman, and Messrs. Elva Cald well and Sam'l D. Woosley as associ ates for this work. Announcement. I have secured the services of Mr. Z. V. Turner, of Vanderbilt University, for the next school year. F. C. AYDKr.OTT. -;, . . Snmpthinor new in hreakfast food which aids digestion, often cures indi gestion, a fine laxative. If not bene fited, money refunded. Fine to eat. 7-2t Sam t, D. oosi.ey. Soda Fountain Business Change. My lease having expired on the Red Cross Fountain, I have decided to give my entire attention to the manufacture of ice cream for the wholesale and retail trade. The Red Cross Drug Store will have the management of the fountain department again, and 1 will operate a modern equipped ice cream .factory in the rear of the drug store and can be reached over the drug store phone, 100. Place your icecream orders in the same manner as in the, past, and I wil give them prompt attention. The line that I have to offer you is as follows: Ice cream and sherbet my own make, none better. Silver Slice Cake. Ask your neighbors about them. Punch, any kind (bowl, ladle and glasses fur nished). Different specialties will be offered through the season, and I ask you to figure with me when in the market for refreshments for any occasion. Thanking you for your past patron age, which I assure you was highly ap preciated, aud soliciting your future de mands, I am, Respectfully, H. M. DeGrafkenrkid. Endorsed. I certainly admire and indorse the stand you have taken both in local and State affairs. Hit straight from the shoulder, "Bullies." The fellow you hit will think the more of you. Cl.IST II . ADAXiS. Memphis, Term., May 0. Miss Wingo. Miss Cora. Wingo, than whom there is no more popular teacher in this or any other" school, has severed her con nection here and has accepted a position in the public school of Little Rock, Ark. Our school board is now in the unen viable position of having to supply a teacher to fill the place so ably and ac ceptably occupied by Miss Wingo for fifteen years. During this time she has left an impress for good upon over one thousand children. Surely hers has been agreit and noble work, affecting as it has directly and indirectly so many young lives. One of her former pupils was heard to say the other day that "Miss Cora," as we affectionately call her, "had had more influence for good on the boys of Union City than anyone who ever lived here." We hope that her work in the new field may be pleasant, profitable and productive of much good. We con gratulate Little Rock. ' Supper at State Line. State Line Camp No. 343, W. O. W., will give an ice cream and meat supper on next Wednesday night, May 20, in the W. J. Maddox woods lot at his home place for the benefit of the camp. In addition to an ice cream and strawberry supper there will be a first-class barbe cue and meat Supper, including ckicken and everthing to make a first-class sup per, which will be served at popular prices. Address will be made by able W. O. W. speakers. Come out and enjoy yourself and help a good cau?e. Perfect order will be maintained and everything to make you have a good time. All W. O. W. members from lodges in this section are invited to be present and help the order. State Line Camp 343, W. O. W. Have your repairing done at Dietzel's. ' Chautauqua Seats. Call on F. E. Quinn, secretary of the Business Men's Club, for your season tickets to the Chautaqua. They are now selling for $2, and will be sold at that price until exhausted, but no tickets will be sold at that price when the Chantauqua opens. ' They will be $2.50, and everyone who expects to take advan tage of the reduced rate should purchase his or her tickets before the rush is on. Barbed wire cuts, ragged wounds, col lar and harness galls heal up quickly when BALLARD'S SNOW LINI MENT is applied. It is both healing and antiseptic. Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Oliver's Red Cross Drug Store. advt .it1 iriV;- - . IXED PAINTJ V Results Guaranteed With MASTIC PAINT "THE KIND THAT LASTS" Get Mastic Paint right at the start and you are absolutely assured of best results and lasting satisfaction. Don't take chances with an unknown paint, it is too expensive. Mastic Paint has tood the test for more than forty years. It is fully guaranteed by its makers, the old reliable firm of Peaslee-Gaulbert Co., Louisville, Ky. It contains only the highest-grade materials Used in making paint. It covers more surface, lasts longer, looks better, and is more economical than any other paint. Let us tell you more about Mcutic faint and Its Guarantee tjLnd help you select some fine Color Combinations. F R EE BOOK Ask for ? "illustrated book on "Home i How To Paint Them. Nailiing-Keiser Hardware Co., Union City, Tenn. Ordinance. An Ordinance Rcruhtting the Use of Automobiles on the Streets of Union City. TenmsM-e, arid Fixing a Penally for the Violation of the Same. SkiTKn 1. Pe it Ordained by the fjoardof .Mayor and Aldermen of Union City, That it hall ! the duty of every driver of un automobile on the streets of Union City to control and manage same in such a way us to prevent all un necessary noise from the running and' operating of such automobile. Skc. 2. He it further ordained, That it shall be unlawful for any driver of an automobile on the streets of Union City to open the "cut-out" thereof, ex cept where necessary for the proper and lawful operation of such automobile, or to sound the alarm or sigual horn or whistle of such automobile except where a due regard for safety and the observa tion of law requires it. Skc. 3. . Be it further ordained, That the violation of any of the provisions of this' ordinance shall be a misde meanor, and any person guilty thereof shall be fined not less than two dollars nor more than ten dollars. Skc. 4. He it further ordained, That this ordinance take effect from and after its passage, the public welfare re quiring it. J. A. COBLE, Mayor. J. V. Woosley, Recorder. Passed and approved Juno 17, 1913. Ordinance. An Act to Regulate the Speed of Auto mobiles, Locomobiles, Motorcycles, Bicycles, and other Vehicles of Like Character. Section 1. Be it ordaiued by the Board of Mayor and Aldermen, That automobiles, locomobiles, motorcycles, bicycles or other vehicles ot like char acter shall not be run at a greater speed than twelve (12) miles an hour within the corporate limits of Union City, Ten nessee. ""J. A. COBLE, Mayor. J. V7 Wookley, Recorder. Passed and approved Dec. 5, 1911. The above ordinances must be ob served after May 20, 1914, without ar gument. T. R. REYNOLDS, Mayor. Spend the summer at SPRADLINO'S MINERAL SPRINGS. Not only you who need this HEALING water but all who want to camp in a cool, healthful rest place during the hot mouths. For particulars write "Spradling's Mineral Springs," Mulberry (irove, III. 7-t . Baby in Your Home. You need a little alcohol stove and denatured alcohol. Get it at Oliver's Red Cross 50 cents. Moving the Furniture. And now ma moves things around; No chair or case About the house to-day is founil In its old place. She's shifted sister's secretaire, Of polished wood; The parlor sofa now in whera The bookcase stood. The hatrack had to take a jump Across the hall. Pa came in late and got a bump And quite a fall. 'lost everything has left its groove Or had a change. There was but one she couldn't move, The kitchen range. BEAUTIFUL HAIR A CLEAN, COOL SCALP Use Parisian Sage. It Makes the Hair Fluffy and Abundant. It is needless for you to have hair that is anything short of perfect. If it is falling out, losing color, splitting, or if the scalp bums and itches, imme diately get from Oliver's Red Cross Drug Store or any drug counter a 50 cent bottle of Parisian Sage use it fre quently the first application removes dandruff, invigorates the scalp, and beautifies the hair until it is gloriously radiant. Parisian Sage supplies hair needs is perfectly harmless. It contains the ex act elements required to make the hair soft, wavy, glossy and to make it grow thick and beautiful. You will surely like Parisian Sage. It is one of the best and most delightful hair tonics known. advt hi niwiimMii mmm i.r.i, , , . ., "mij mP x- PM ' fTMtfi 1 1 y ?J i fox I u Black Tan White THE F. F. D ALLEY CO, LTD BUFFALO, N. Y, HAMILTON, O.NT. 1 J t 1 .