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INSURE JMO. T. WALKER & CO. Insurance ACCIDENT LOCAL AND PERSONA) June birthstone pearls Dietzel. Miss Kate Henderson is visiting friends in Kenton. F. E. Quinn is in Jackson on a short business trip. ' Mrs. Tennie Kersey is in Milan visit ing her brother. 0. P. Bishop is at homo from a busi ness trip to Dyersburg. Mrs. Corker Jackson is improving after a few days illness. Mrs. Leamon Cloys is visiting her sis ter, Mrs. Murray Tulloss. at Jackson. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Forrester visited friends as Camden the first of the week. V John W. and Robert Garland, of Jackson, visited relatives here this week..' , ' j Miss Lillian Clemmons, ol Eives, was a Wednesday visitor with Miss Lila Lit tleton." Mr. and . Mrs. Jno. A. Wheeler went to Nashville yesterday to spend a day or two. Miss Anita Dodd, of Hickman, is a visitor with the Mayor and Mrs. T. R. Reynolds this week. Mrs. D. A. Teeler returned home Wednesday from Swifton, Ark., where she visited her sister. Mrs. J. P. Verhine and daughter, Miss Helen, will go to Dawson Springs next week for a few days visit. Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Pardue have re turned to Memphis after a visit in the city with relatives and friends. Miss Ethel Tierce and Miss Lucile Posey were at home last week from their school visiting homefolks. Mrs. Laura Jenkins is at home, after spending a few weeks at Paragould, Ark., with her son, Gordon Jenkins. Rev. J. B. Oakley has juBt closed a very successful revival meeting at the C. P. Church at Ebenezer in this county. Mrs. Anna B. Morgan delightfully entertained the Ladies Aid Monday af ternoon. Delightful refreshments were served. Deputy County Clerk Thurman Tal- ley was in Bolivar this week, in charge of an applicant for the West Tennessee Hospital. Mrs. Calvin Raifiey and children, of New Orleans, are here for a visit with Mrs. Rainey 'smother, Mrs. Ella Cathey, for a few weeks. Mrs. Tauline Shumatei of Dyersburg, was a visitor in the city last week with Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Moore in the vi cinity of Alkjuippa. , Mr. and Mrs. V. 0. Sweatman, of Paducah, were in the city this week at tending the funeral of Mrs. J. E. Garth, Mrs. Sweatman's sister. Manager Watts and his bunch of pro fessional ball tossers went to Humboldt yesterday for a series of three games. They return home Sunday. Mrs. Irene Dahnke and Miss Mary Swiggart left yesterday in Mrs. Dahnke's Cadillac for a motor drive to Nashville, where they will be visitors for a few days. CoDnie Dyer is erecting a nice cottage home on South Ury street. It will con tain six rooms and be finished with every convenience. Robt. Ursy has the con tract. Mrs. Monroe Golden, who has been quite sick for some weeks, is improv ing, and was able to go to Dyer Mon day to spend some days with her pa rents. s Mrs. E. K. White and children, who have been spending the summer at Den ver, Colo., arrived home Wednesday, to the delight of their neighbors and many friends. Mr. and Mrs. P. McHugh have moved to this city from Newbern and are locat ed in the Hudgins cottage on Church street. Mr. McHugh has a place at Kirby's as salesman. Mrs. C. 8. Talley is entertaining Mrs. Frank Blair, of Smyrna, Tenn., as a visitor this week. ,They visited Reel foot Lake yesterday, accompanied by Miss Pickering, of Fulton. W. H. Spradlin has about completed the foundation and basement for the Fry home on Main street extcndod east, i Work on the building proper will com menced Monday and pushed to comple tion. . 1 . i LIFE WITH that Insures Union City, .Tenn. Mr.'and Mrs. Zack Corum are in New York this week. Mrs. Dr. Hawkes is visiting relatives in Medina, Tenn. Mr. E. C. Ownby left Wednesday for his annual trip East. Mrs. Watson, o! Nashville, Tenn., is with Mrs. Craddock this week. Mesdames Stubblefield and Tate, of Fulton, motored over Sunday. Miss Minnie Bock returned Saturday after a short visit in Kenton. Mr. and Mrs. Ira bhelton were in Nashville Saturday as visitors. Miss Gertrude Lane, of South Ury, is with Mrs. John Head, of Rives. Mr. and Mrs. Hicks and Mr. Kirk are with Waverly friends this week. Harry Gibbs was in Birmingham, Ala., at a gun club shoot this week, Mrs. John Joyner visited her cousin, Mrs. Beaumont, in Martin this week. The Baptist Ladies' Aid will serve din ner on the first Monday in September Miss Loraine Barnett, of Dickerson, is the guest of Miss Bulah Mai Wotef. Attorney Tillman Burnett, of Tipton ville, was a visitor in the city Tuesday Miss Mary Turner has returned to Memphis after being a week-end visitor with sisters. The friends of Col. D. B. Bryant are triad to see him back as clerk at the Palace Hotel. Mrs. Klutz and little son, of Gleasori, Tenn., are with Mrs. J. F. McMichael on Lilac street. Mrs. Bettie Johnson and daughter, Ruth, visited friends in Number Seven a few days this week. Mrs. Frank Sbcpard, of Caruthers- vilfe, Mo., is a guest at the home of her brother, Harris Parks. Miss Blanche Roberts has returned from a summer holiday visit to Ashe ville and Weaverville, N. C. Mrs. C. C. Taylor and daughter, Mary Allie, of Memphis, are spending several days with homefolks. Messrs. Ed Kirkland and Clifford Joyner have returned home after spend ing several days in Memphis. ' Mrs. W. R. Boyte, of Nashville, is the gnest of Mrs. Percy Myatt, at her pleasant home on East High street. Miss Ethel Pierce opened school at Beech Valley Monday mbrning. This is the place at which she taught last year. The many friends of Mri Ed Lor man, of Memphis, will be glaav hear of her rapid recovery after a serioup eration. ' , Miss Jossye Lowe, of Memphis, is a very pleasant visitor in the city this week as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Nichols. Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Waddell, of Osceola, Ark., arrived this morning to be the, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Seid Waddell. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. A. Gibbs and Miss Jessie Gibbs have returned from a visit to Savannah, Ga., the former home of Mrs. Geo. Gibbs, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cloys' new bungalow home on Exchange street is nearly completed, and it is one of the most attractive in Union City. Miss Marie Delvecchio, of Dyersburg, is the interesting guest of Mrs. J. W. Burney. Miss Delvecchio will soon go into training for a trained nurse. Mrs. Paul Mathes, formerly Miss Bess Alexander, of this place, arrived from Jonesboro last week to be the guest of her parents for two weeks. Rev. John Garth. t Hickory. N. C. and Mr. Russell ' Garth, of Farmville, Va., were here this week attending the funeral of their mother, Mrs. J. E, Garth. Fire near Dahnke-Walker Milling Co.'s flouring plant yesterday at 1:30 p. m. caused the department to make a hurry run. It proved to be a tenement house occupied by colored people. Loss small. Mr. and Mrs. Lind, of St. Louis, the former a recently popular member or the local baseball club, left for St. Louis Tuesday. They were accompanied by Messrs. Farris and Sullivan, former members of the same club. Mrs. Chester Whitley, accompanied ly Miss Mary Whitley, are with Obion friends this week. See Dietzel once then always. W. K, Phillips, of Memphis, is the new Postal local manager. He will be popular with the base ball sports of the town as he is an ardent fan and was re cently the manager of the Pbilippi Wishart'team of the Memphis city league. Walter Price, from Jackson, is his assistant. All kinds of coal at Union City IceSc Coal Co. - A party of local sports composed of John Joyner, Sam Farkmail, Joe Ham ilton and Harry Gibbs went to Wood land Saturday and committed whole sale murder among the little doves of that vicinity. They brought 150 little corpses of the love birds back and pro ceeded to have a feast. See Dorrel Harris if you want to renl or buy a home. Phone 240 or 133. R. B. Milner and family moved to Union City Wednesday from their old home in Number Seven and will reside here in the future, being quartered at the Dr. Fowler cottage on West Church street. Mr. Milner assumes charge of the County Register's office on the first Monday in September. Striking a snag in the river shortly after midnight Sunday morning, the James Lee, one of the best boats of the Lee Line, was so severely injured that she sank in 10 feet of water after her pilot turned her toward the bank near Asher Landing. The James Lee was on her way to Friar Point when the acci dent occurred. Sheriff elect Mathis was here this week looking after some business and arranging matters preparatory to mov ing to this city and taking charge of the sheriff's office the first Mondayi Mr., and Mrs. J. E. Finch will return to their home in Number Eight, near Kenton. Mrs. E. W. Brandenburg and daughter,- Marjorie, of Frankfort, Kansas, sister and niece of Col. A. D. Keller, are visiting at bis home this week. Mrs. Brandenburg is postmistress at Frank fort) appointed by President Wilson. Col. Keller has not seen Mrs. Branden burg for more than twenty years. Mr.'and Mrs. Fred Hamilton, who have just closed a very successful season with the Earl Hawk Stock Co., are at home for a few week's vacation. They were in the leading roles and will be pleasantly remembered by friends, hav ing appeared in this city a few'months ago. They leave in about four weeks to take work on the winter circuit. Corn 60c to $ 1 .00 a Bushel Accord, ing to Location. When you feed Dollar Corn to a hog you want to be sure he assimilates all he eats too expensive to waste. We guarantee that a hog, fed with B. A. Thomas' Hog Powder, will fatten on 20 per cent less feed than one that is not, this by actual test. - Get B. A- Thomas' Hog Powder from Frank C. Wehman. It cures Hog Cholera. advt We have a very kind letter from our old-time friend, A. F. Thomassen, at St. Petersburg, Fla. ; Mr.'Thomasson is vice president of the Central- National Bank of St. Petersburg "and mails us a very extensive statement of the condi tions in that country, financial and otherwise, wnich are very nattering in deed. He tells us all about St: Peters burg, and they are here for any of the friends to look over. A Fine Horse Will always bring a fancy price, but he must be bealthy to be fancy. He must digest what he eats. B. A. Thomas' Stock Remedy is guaranteed to keep him healthy try it once. You will al ways use it. Guaranteed by Frank C. Wehman. advt Agents for an accident insurance company are here adjusting the claims of the family of the late Mr. Cockrill. It is claimed that the causes of his death arose from a blow near the stom ach of a car crank. Mr. Cockrill had been cranking thef machine and thought P very little of the matter of the blow from the released crank, although it knocked him down. Upon examina tion, Drs. Nailling and Cary, who oper ated upon Mr. Cockrill for appendicitis, found that a trauma, or internal bruise, had set up from the blow. This is held to be the direct cause of his death. ; OBION. Dr. J. B. Sharp was the guest of his daughter, Mrs. E. M. Long, at Union City Sunday and Monday. Mrs. Reid Goulder and daughter, of Gibbs, were the guests of Mrs. Goulder's mother, Mrs. N. B. " Rutledge, several days last week. Grover Tuley and wife, of Marks, Miss., are the guests of relatives and friends here this week. Mrs. Sam Vaught and children are ON Beginning at TEN O'CLOCK A. M., at the residence of W. W. MAYES, on the Edwards farm, about one-half mile south of Union City, Tenn., I will sell at public sale to the highest bidder, certain property of tle estate of D. A. Edwards, deceased, consisting of Hogs, Cattle, Colt, Bacon, Lard, Farming Implements, such as Plows, Harrows, Cul tivators, Wheat Drill, Fan, Binders, Mower, Corn-shredder, Hay Baler, Manure Spreader, Gasoline Engine, Corn Crusher; also several Fine Guns;' also Fine Automobile (Cadillac), and other property. And also at the City, on the same sale at the "Mayes fine gold watches, tripod, trombone and other articles.. TERMS: , All twelve months time, security. This August 14th, 1914. y W,,H.i visiting relatives and friends in Union Cijty this week. v ... , , Miss Lulee Jones is visiting in Martin this week. Miss Mary Moore returned to Union City Monday after a visit of several days to relatives and friends here. Hon. T. O. Morris was a Union City visitor first Of the week: . . Mrs. Wm. McKelvy, of'.tJnioq' City, spent last Saturday in Obion the guest of her uncle, T. H. Shults, and wife. She was en route to her home after a visit to relatives in Memphis. ' ' The little eight-months-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Jim B. Sandling died at the family residence in the north part of town last Friday morning. The re mains were carried to Sardis graveyard near Polk last Saturday morning and interred. T. N. Tankersley and Will Kelly left Tuesday morning for points in Missouri. W. T. Johnson, of Hickman County, Tennessee, is the guest of D. W Hogan and other relatives near Glass. Mrs. M. W. Harrison and children, of Nettleton, Ark., are the guests of Dr. F. F. Harrison and family and N. J. Sullivan and family. Arthur Wilbanks, of Union City, is the guest of R. A. Johns and family. Alex Edmaiston and wife, of Rives, are the guests of their daughter, Mrs. Wiley-Perry. W. L. White and wife, of Union City, were the guests of Mr. White's sister, Mrs. V. J. Jernigan, Tuesday. Mrs. Chester Whitley and Miss Mary Whitley, of Union City, returned to their home after a week's visit to T. II. Shults. ' ....... t Mrs. Jenna Wilson, of Lewisburg, Tenn., is the guest of Mrs. W, M. Fox near town. Misses Mabel Warren and -Ruth Woody, of Rives, are the guests of Mrs. Bennie Fox. ' Mrs. J. C. Ackers, accompanied by her husband and Dr. J. F. Darnall, left Sunday morning for Memphis for an operation in the Baptist Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Ackers is getting along as well as could be expected. - T. E. Arnold, of Kenton, spent Sun day with his sister, Mrs. E. J. Green. Mrs. W. A. Forester, of Union City, is the guest of relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Burnette Dickey, of Leland, Miss., are the guests of Mrs. Dickey's mother, Mrs. R. C. Holloway, a'.f . 1 ana otuer relatives nere. Mrs. Kate Cole and daughter, Miss Robbie of Memphis, are the guests of A. C. Davidson and family. Miss Louise Adams, of Union City, is the guest of her cousins, Misses Redditt. Mrs. Will Kelley and Miss Bertha ESTATE OF D. A. EDWARDS AY, AUG. residence of D. A. Edwards, near Union day, and immediately place, a fine lot of books, a library set, two one fine diamond ring, kodak, camera and sums under $25.00 cash; larger sums on with notes bearing SMiGGAfFO", Executor. Puckett, of Glass, were in Obion Tues day en route to Union City to be with their mother who is in a hospital thore. - A. B. Floyd is the guest of his daugh ter and aunt near Kenton this week. , Land Sale. C. A. Morphis, Administrator, vs. .,' James Rummage et als. In Chancery Court at Union City, Ten nessee. In obedience to a decree of the Chan cery Court at Union City, Tenn., made at the April term, 1914, in the above styled cause, I will, on MONDAY, THE 7TII DAY OF SEP TEMBER, 1914, at two o'clock p. m., in front of the east door of the courthouse in Union City, Tenn., sell to the highest and best bidder the property in Baid decree de scribed, being; a tract o.f land lying and being in the Ninth Civil District of Obion County, Tenn., and described as follows: Lying in the Ninth Civil Dis trict of Obion County, Tenn., beginning at a stake, the southeast corner of Mor phis' farm, two cypress and elm point ers; thence north one degree west 126 poles to a stake and three cypress point ers; thence east 128i, poles to a stake with ash pointers; thence south 126 poles to a stake with three ash pointers; thence west 133 poles to the beginning, containing 103 acres more or less. Terms of Sale: Sale will be made for one-half cash, and the other half due 12 months from date, bearing interest from date, and for the deferred pay ment the note of the purchaser with good personal security will be required, and as further security for said deferred payment a lien wi'V, be retained on the said land. The purchaser will not get possession of said land until January 1, 1915, and will receive no part of the rent for 1914. This 13th day of August, 1914. GEO. A. GIBBS, 20-3t Clerk and Commissioner. Abernathy & Abernathy, Solicitors. Land Sale. W. M. Miles vs. Steve Murphy. In Chancery Court at Union City, Tennessee. In obedience to a decree of the Chan cery Court at Union City, Tenn., made at the April Term, 1914, in the above styled case, I will, on MONDAY, THE 7TH DAY OF SEP TEMBER, 1914, fat 2:45 p. m., in front of the East door of the Courthouse in Union City, lenn., sell to the highest and best bidder all the right, title and interest of Steve Murphy in the property in said decree described, being a lot in Union City, Tenn., lying and being in 13th Civil District of Obion County, Tenn., and described as follows: Being a house in 29, 1 On completing the interest and good lot in the town of Union City, begin-. ning at a point in the North line of Col- lege street, being the Southwest corner of the colored Baptist Church lot, runs thence North eighty-five feet to a stake, McCorkle's S. E. corner; thence West with McCorkle's line sixty-five feet to a Btake, an innor Northeast corner of Mc Corkle's lot; thence South wiih Mc Corkle's east line ten feet, and thence with Scates East boundary line seventy five feet to a1 stake in the North line of College Street; thence East sixty-five feet to the beginning. The said Steve Murphy and his wife, Lou Willie Mur phy, being the owners as tenants by en tirety of the said lot, the intorest to be sold by -me as above stated is all the right, title, interest and estate of the said Steve Murphy. , Terms of Sale: Sale will be made for cash. This 13th day of August, 1914. GEO. A. GIBBS, Clerk and Commissioner. Pierce & Fry, Solicitors. 20-3t , ,i Land Sale. J. W. Usrey et als. vs. Marion Montgomery et als. In Chancery Court at Union City, Ten nessee. In obedience to a decree of the Chan cery Court at Union Citv. Tenn.. made at the April Term, 1914, in the above styled case, 1 will, on MONDAY, THE 7TH DAY OF SEP TEMBER, 1914, .; at 1:3d o'clock p. m., in front of the East door of the Courthouse in Union City, Tenn., sell to the highest and best bidder the property in said decree described, being a lot of land lying and being in 16th s Civil District of Obion County, Tenn., and described as follows: Lying and being in South Fulton, in the 16th Civil District of Obion County, Tennessee; Beginning at the corner lot of Bate and Tennessee Streets; thence South 100 feet to Tom Barnes' North line; thence East and parallel with Barnes' North line 125 feet to an alley; thence North and parallel with said al ley 150 feet to Tennessee Street; thence West 125 feet to the beginning, which is the homestead of Mrs. E. A. Mont gomery, and which will be wM subjoCt to the homestead interest of the said Mrs. E. A. Montgomery. Terms of Sale: Sale will be made on a credit of seven months, and for the purchase money a note of the purchaser with good personal security will be re quired. The sale is in bar of the equity of redemption and repurchase, as set out in the decree of sale. A lien will be retained on the land as further se curity for the purchase money. This 13th day of August, 1914. GEO. A. GIBUS, 20-3t Clerk and Commissioner. Lannom & Stanfield, Solicitors.