And He Got Well and Strong.
Moflaea, Pa. "My Lttle boy, who
is the youngest of three, was weak,
nervous and tired all the time, so he
was most unfit at school, and noth
ing seemed to help him. I learned
of Vinol and gave it to him. It has
restored his health and strength and
he has gained in weight." Mrs.
Frederick Sommers, Monaca, Pa.
Vinol is a constitutional cod liver
and iron remedy for delicate, weak,
ailing children. Formula on every
bottle, so you know what you are giv
ing them. Children love it
Oliver's Drug Store, Union City, Term
. Jones.. Elam has boon in from
Finis Cummings, of Prescott, Ark.,
was a recent visitor of Plond Calli
cott. Miss Jessie Callicott is convales
cent of flu.
Mr3. J. L. Pcery, of Polk, was a
social visitor the past week of the
MisseB Guy. ' "
The master trnpper, Bud Pruett,
report the profits from the sport ox-
tra good this season. It seems there
is a mammoth coon tracking on dan-
gerous ground near Mr. Pruett's
haunts! Watch your step, Bre'r
Coon, for no doubt your days are
Three soldlcra from overseas duty
came In this week, Claude Ellison,
who lives north of town, rnd Messrs.
Paul Calhoun and Brown Sanders, of
the Troy vicinity. J. P. Harri3,
grandson of our neighbor, Mrs. M. C.
Harris, is back in the States, de
, tained for a few daya at Camp Upton,-
N. Y. Coleman Harris, his
"brother, well known here among the
younger social set, writes home he
is on the Rhine in the occupational
army, content to serve .his country
, as long as needed.
Mrs. R. L. Phcbus is in Humphreys
County, guest of Dr. and Mrs. David
Pruett near Waverly.
Miss Cecil Olive reports a very en
joyable vi3lt in Paris.
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Dillard, of Ridge
iy, and Mis3 Rubyo Locke, of Obion,
were Sabbath guests of Misses Flo
and Ava Tune. '
The citizens of Moffatt were out
cn masse Sabbath to meet tho noon
trains. The occasion was an Intend
d very quiet wedding, Mr. Walter
Sparkman and Mrs. Nomie Baker
contracting parties aud Dr. Palmer
performing tho ceremony. Mr. and
- Mrs. Sparkman, after a. few days
visit with Mr. and Mr3. Joe Thomp
son, will reside on one of the B. J.'
Wade farms near Rlvcu.
We had a flurry of snow and fall
ing temperaturo on St. Valentine's.
To observe precaution of high medi
cal advice against tho flu cupid
heathed his dr.rt3 end rushed to the
A friend of ours, a very conserva
tive woman, denounces the exploits
of the suffragettes in their silly
effigy, fracas lately in the national
. capital, atfd we believe voices the
'sentiment of the women in Number
. Four, that they should in every way
be ostracized by those of their sex
who think upon the subject of suf
frage intelligently. While women In
"vast numbers are informing them
' selves along lines to bo capable of
An intelligent vote these clamorous
few are making themselves a con
Mrs. Laura Hutcheraon, of Obion,
was in on a visit thia week.
Andrew Nclm3, of Nashville, guest
of his sister, Mrs. Wooso Womack,
, has returned home.
Mesdames T. J. Bonner, Allen
Wade, Misses Alotha Bonner and
Missie Harris wcro visitors Monday
in Union City.
W. E. Shropshire has sold his in
terests in tho livery barn and trans
fer busino33 to Mr. Will Maneese.
Mr. Manee30 ho3 rloo bought out the
grocery business of J. F. Holloway
. In north Rives.
Mesdames R. L. Phcbus, H. D.
Webster, W. J. Caldwell, Allen Wade,
Misses Bonner arid Wade were guests
"for the day on tho 13 th inot. of Miss
Missie Harris. f
Mesdames J. J. Melvin, W. Z. Mas
sengill and W. L.. Bryan wore down
from Union City Wednccdr.y of the
past week attendants of a social
mjeting of the O. E. S. The report
of the Worthy Mrtron of her visit
' "to the Grand Chapter last month was
replete with incidents interspersed
" with some wit, which supplemented
- by Mrs. Melvin brought the chapter
into a very good humor for the cupid
contest and following refreshment
course. In the personnel of officers
. present the, good of order was em-
" phasized. . .
On account of moving away I will sell, to the highest and best bidder, at my
home on the H. O. Head farm, three and one-half miles south of Union City and
two miles north of Rives, on '
AT lO A. M. SHARP
All of my farming tools, consisting of two two-horse plows, one one-horse plow;
One John Deere disk plow, two spike-tooth harrows, two , four-horse disk harrows,
one two-horse , disk harrow, two Volunteer Cultivators, three Hamilton Tongueless
Cultivators, one disk cultivator, one 14-tooth cultivator,' one double shovel, one corn
planter, one steel roller, one 9-foot hay , rake, one 5-foot mower, one 30-barrel
cypress water tank, never used, one Deering' Binder, two farm wagons, one,Chat
ham Fanning Mill, 'one hog, oiler, one Royal Two-horse Hay Press. v
14 - Head Milk Cows and Calves -14
Two fine Jersey cows, one Jersey heifer two years old, one yearling Jersey heifer,
one Holstein and one red milk cow, three yearlings, five calves.
T O - HEAD OIF HOGS - TO
Including one registered Duroc Jersey male, two registered Duroc Jersey sows,
three sows with pigs,Jwo bred sows and a lot of fine shoats and pigs.
One four-year-old work horse, one yearling , mule, one mule colt, and one
One Chevrolet Automobile
DINNER ON THE GROUND .
TERMS: Under $25 cash; $25 and over, eight months, 6 p.c.
... ' , V ;
J. G. SAUNDERS, Auctioneer. GEO. D. EADER
Tom Turner and family, of State
Line, have moved to the W. I. Mc
Henry Glidewcll Is building a new
stock barn at his old homo place.
Miss Azalee Ray is teaching the
spring term of school at Mount Olive.
Mr. and Mr3. Cline Harper, of
Clayton, passed here Sunday en route
Uncle Bobbie Adam3 13 confined to
his room with the flu.
Robert McDanicl has bought and
moved to tho C. M. Goff farm near
Earl Isbell and family have moved
from Woodland to the Brown farm
John Isbell has the contrr.ct to
work the Troy-Hickman road in
Number Three, and tho experience he
has had in road building guarantees
a good Job.
John Kersey and Jim Iabcll bought
some registered Duroc Jersey hogs at
the sale In Clinton, Ky., lf.st week.
Rev. P. D. T. Robert3, the popular
pastor of the Methodist Church, has
bought a new car.
Mos all the farmers in this sec
mplements, Live Stock
9 horse colt, four
Barrels Silver Mine Corn - 175
Lot of Clover Hay '
tion are busy sowing oats, clover and
grass and planning to put in a big
corn crop. f
Mount Olive church gave $650 In
the recent education campaign to
free the four Baptist schools of Ten
nessee from debt.
S. W. Edward has been appointed
road commissioner of Number Ten.
He is also on (he school board at
Mount Olive, and with his farm in
terests to look after keeps him ea
busy as a hen with one chicken.
Don't wait until your
cold develops Spanish
Influenza or pneumonia?
Kill it quiek.
CASCARA M QUININE
Standard cold remedy for 20 year in tablet
form safe. Hire, no opiates breaka up a cold
in 24 hours relieves grip in 3 days. Money
back i f it fails. The genuine box has a Red top
with Mr. Hill's picture. At All Drug Stores.
sets plow gear
and Kitchen Furniture
Wre dealers in all kinds of FERTILIZER, COT
TON SEED HULLS ANQ MEAL.
Close Prices on Gar Lots or Retail.
We are agents forthe best known Fertilizer in the
South manufactured by the Virginia-Carolina Chem
ical Co., the very best Truck Fertilizer that cai be had.
kg? saves imvga
Wk SAVES HEt fflj
Fiftieth Wedding Anniversary.
Mr. and Mr3. D. A. Allen cele
brated their fiftieth wedding anni
versary on lest Tuesday, Feb. 18.
Those present with them "on this
happy occasion were their children,
Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Allen and little
daughter, Dorothea Anne, Mr. and
Mrs. Claude Allen, Mioses Deulah
and Eulelah Allen. The out-of-town
guests were Mrs. T. J. Dowling,
Judge and Mrs. A. W. Stovall, of
Jackson, Tenn., and Mr. G. M. Stov
all, of Helena, Ark., sisters and
brothers of Mrs. Allen; Mrs. . .Belle
Amburn, of Fartnland, Ind., and Mrs.
Susan Tucker, of Washington, Ind.,
sisters of Mr. Allen. Two of the
sisters and one brother of Mrs. Al
len could not be present on account
of illness. ;
The presents were many and all
In gold, the children giving coins,
the brothers and sisters Jewels and a
loving cup of gold beautifully en
graved with tho name of bride -and
groom, donor3, dates, etc. . -
It was an Ideal day, as was the
wedding day fifty years ago, and one
long to be remembered by those pres
ents. Among the enjoyable features
of the occasion were a number of
songs by -,the flve-year-old grand
daughter, Dorothea Anno.
A delightful turkey dinner was
served, the center piece being of sun
burst rose3. When tho last course
had been served, on the stroke of
three, the hour of the wedding cere
mony, Judge " Stovall, the oldest
brother, read tho following original
TO DAN AND MARY.
'Tis fifty years sinco you were wed,
, those were eventful years,
And many blessings crowned your
head, and alternate smiles and
Let's take a reminiscent glance, and
trace the fleeting days,
And note the changeful hues of life,
where Joy and sorrow stays.
'Twas In the year of sixty-nine, when
life seemed young and strong
Your plighted lovo a flowering vine,
and sweeter than c, song, g
And In that far-flown Halcyon day,
beneath God's peaceful dome
Your hearts and hands made instant
plans, to form yourselves ' a
home, ' -
The home was not begilded with rare
trinkets of the mm, ,
But righteous love was built therein .
- and twined each other's heart.
Tho babes you kissed, those Jewels
rare, and held with (admiration,
Are still to you iilive or dead, c noble
Tis not so long ago sinco then, a
space of fifty years, ,
But in that time what marvels came
and myriad hopes r-.nd fears.
No moving pictures, graced the stage,
no phonographs to show,
Nor wireless message sought relief,
back fifty years ago. .
No airplanes sailed thru genial skies,
to carry humr.n souls,
No soldiers fought within tho earth.
In trenches or in holes,
Electric" lights nor telephones, nor
electric car3 or. train,
No automobile speeding ways, con
ceived by human"brain.
But God was good to those who stood
in paths of recitudo
As a half a century agdt divinest laws
Let's thank the Lord for Joining
hands, of hands not made for
For Joining hearts brimful of love,
Just fifty years ago.
, PUBLIC SALE.
At my farm 2 miles northwest
of Fulton, Ky., Tuesday, February
25, I will sell the following at auc
tion: lpair good mules, 1 team
good black marc3, 3 fancy harness
marcs, 2 combination mareo, 1 match
team black horses,' 1 good saddle
horse, also fancy, driver, 6 young
colts by best stallions in country, 15
head stock cattle, 1 very fine Here
ford bull, 8 fresh y cows and heavy
springers, 18 head Poland China
Feeders, 2 fine Poland China boars,
lot of farming Implements, 3 wagons
and 7 buggies, 1 Hercules stump
puller. If it 'rains 3alo will be hell
the next day. Tcrmo made known .
on day of sale. J. E. FIELDS. -
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