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AUTOMOBILE OWNERS, ATTENTION!
Automobile rates on insurance policies have been greatly reduced. The small towns do not have to pay for the city losses. Car owners cannot afford to take the risk when, for a small premium, they can be protected. ' , ' ' We will be glad to explain this protection. Jno. T. Walker (Si Co. v LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Mr. Clifton Buttery, of Nashville, was a visitor here Sunday. Fresh meat ai E. P. Wright'. Mrs. W. L. Bryson visited Mrs. R. B. Zaricor, at Kenton, last week. Meet your friends at tho Flower! Carnival. - They will be there. Don't be left behind. PHONE 118. UNION CITY, TENN. Eat at Forrester's. Corp. Irving Griffin spent several days here this week with his motMcr, OBITUARY. Mrs. S. L. Griffin. xl NS h VlV it $ V1 4 fJ 1 in M ."Ik y A V jy 5 n r CLASSIFIED ADS FOR RENT 2 front rooms nicely furnished, surroundings quiet. Call 395W, Mrs.- Lena Dahnke. 49tf EGGS FOR SALE A few Silver Spangle Hamburg eggp, 41.50 set ting. Call 297W. 49-4tpd FOR SALE 150 barrels or corn forale, also some Noel's Paymaster seed corn. Call 104, Rives, Tenn McAdoo Harris. WANTED Good farm hand. Man with small family preferred. House, . . . . etc., furnished. H Tenn A. Tune, Rives, 48-3tpd Barred Rock Eggs, Parks' "Bred to Lay" Strain, parcel post, $1.50 for 15. Late Irish potatoes, $1.50 per bushel. Mrs. -W. T. Adams, Union Citv. R.F.D. No. .6. Home phone 78-3 I FOR SALE I am ottering one good black jack with white points well broke, and a sure foaler. Price to sell or will swap for a good mule Come to see or call rural phone Jor dan. C. D. McDaniel. 49-4tpd ' FOR SALE Three improved farms, 64, 60 and 65 acres. Price S110. J125 and $130. Quick sale Three miles out from Union City. Dorrell Harris, R. F. D. No. 5, Union Citv. Tenn. 47tf FOR SALE About 300 barrels cf srood corn. 2 miles southeast of Union City, on the L. S. Parka farm, known as the McCampbell farm. THORNTON BROS. R. F. D. No. 1, Un'.on City, Tenn A BIG BARGAIN. A fine stock or cotton farm of 350 acres in the richest county in West Tennessee. 75 r.cres in timber. Sev enteen banks in county in the heart of the strawberry-vegetable district, four miles of Trenton, four miles of Brazil, two miles from high school with four teachers. Six-room dwell ing, two tenant houses and other outbuildings. Allen Lassiter, Tren ton, Tenn. 49-4tpd FARM FOR SALE This farm of 607 acres located three miles from Sharon, Tenn., on the I. C.fR. R. has 100 acre3 of hill land and bottom land in cultivation. Good two story house of 7 rooms all complete, two tenants houses of tvo and three rooms each, large stock barn, tobacco barn sheded all around, good doep -well, also hr.s running water the year round. The hill lr.nd i3 broken and bottom land tho kind that won't wear out, 400 acrc3 in the bottom that is overed wjth cane and grasses, and clover. This land with timber enough on bottom land to pay for clearing same, and land will be the Tc3t in tho county, with soil from 2 feet to 10 feet deep of the deep chocolate kind. This farm will make the bent farm in West Tennessee, or best gonerr.1 jfarm. Easily worth twice the'prlco I am asking for same, but to satisfy the partners will sell lor next thirty days and give po- session at once for"$15.000. Phone or wire me to see this, as must sell at once. H. C. BROCK, Sidney C. Hudspeth was born Murry Conty, Tenn., December 1865. He , departed this life March 13,' 1919; being 53 years 3 months and 4 days old. Bro. Hudspeth moved from Murry County to Obion County in 1872, where he made his home until 1909 when he moved to Pemiscot County, Mo., where ho continued to make his home until tho day of his death. Bro. Hudspeth became a member of the Christian Church 18 years ago, remaining a faithful member of that organization until the end of life. Bro. Hudspeth leaves two brothers, James and Rukic, besides a large number of fricnd3 who will be sad dened by his going. We sorrow, but not as those who have no hopo, "Thy brother shall rise." "The grave shall give up the dead that is in it." "Corruption shall put on incorruption; Mortality shall put on immortality, and death itself shall be swallowed up into one enternal victory. And thoro shall be no more death, neither sorrow or sickness nor crying, but God shalrl wipe away all 'tears from their eyes. The family left with the body on the afternoon' train for Obion County, Tenn., for interment in the old Fremont Cemetery. v Where wo wait the coming of the Lord, who will fashion anew this body of humiliation, like unto His owa glorious body. Wherefore comfort one another with these words"Wo shall meet be- beyond tho river." A FRIEND. Mr. Brevard Crenshaw arrived home Saturday. He has been at Camp Oglethorpe for several months, since I his return from France, where he was I in the trenches for several months. Fancy fruit at E. P. Wright's. Kr. W. J. Edwards, of St. Louis, was here last Sunday spending the day with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. j. m. awards, lie had been on a I business trip through Arkansas and Texas and was on his way home. Don't go abroad sight-seeing. Visit the curio room at tho Flower Carni val. J E. P. Wright is willing lor you to weigh after him. Corp. Lester Bennett, who has been in France, arrived home Monday. He says ho will in the near future be in charge of the Army recruiting statjpn here, whjch will be re-opened soon. Friends arc. glad to See him back. Apru ir twe time to doll up your porch. Attrativc covers fourd at the Carnival. Home Coming Delayed. Late news from Lieut. Rftlph Quinn 13 to the effect that he is now with the army of occupation and is not expected to come home before late in the summer or early fall.. MEN'S TROUSERS. We have them for you, and plenty of them. .Don't fear the price, for it is - i ow. Come' to Phil Hyman's Cut Price Store nd get a pair of panta- oons. To the many friends and the physi cian who helped by your rcrvice and sympathy when our beloved one, Mrs. J. L. Harris passed awny MarW second, 1919, we extend our sh eerest thanks and invoke Gcd's bless ings on you. - J. T. HARRIS AND CHILDREN. J WSr&Z I111111" CepFrtgktlHi R. J. Reynold TobucgCo. PLAY the smokegame with a jimmy pipe if you're hankering for a hand- , out for what ails your smokeappetite! For, with Prince Albert, you've got a new listen on the pipe question that cuts you loose from old stung tongue and dry throat worries! Made by our exclusive patented process, Prince Albert is scotfree from bite and parch and hands you about the biggest lot of smokefun that ever was scheduled in your direction I . Prince Albert is a pippin of a pipe-pal; It beats the band! Get the sliht that P. A. is simply everything any man ever longed for in tobacco! You never will be willing to figure up the sport you've slipped-on once" you get that Prince Albert quality flavor and quality satisfaction into your smokesystem! You'll talk kind words every time you get on the firing line! ' ' ' Toppy rod hat; tidy rod tint, handtoma pound and half-pound tin humi dor and that clotty, practical pound crytlal gtaoo humidor with tpongc moittonor top that hocpo tho tobacco in much par fact condition R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Winston-Salem, N. C FOR BETTER LIVE STOCK. The campaign against scrub sires among farm animals in Obion County was waged successfully at a local Wehman has a Spring shipment of Oil Cook Stoves. Come early and get meeting held in the Br.nking rooms yours and you will spend a happy of the First Nationr.l Brink of Ken vacation at home. The Name z 2t Sharon, Tenn. FOR SALE Six-room house, corner lot, barn and other outbuildings. Con crete walks, on gravel street cheap, tf W. H. LANZER. BULBS FOR SALE Finest Red Cannas, grow four to five feet tall with beautiful velvety red blossoms. Bulbs 10 c each, or $1.00 per dozen postpaid. C. S. Whitley,. Union Union City, Tenn. Phone 16. FOR SALE "Tho Hen that Lays is. the Hen that Pays." Carefully selected Pure-Bred Barred Rock Eggs, $1.50 per 15. Quality sizo and laying strain combined.. . Also Tomato Sweet Pepper and Pimento Plants. Phone 146-J. MRS. D. N. WALKER. At ' 627 E. Exchange St. FOR SALE My home two blocks of First street, six large rooms, range, reception hall, s fcath, pantry and basement. Will sell cheap for quick salo. Terms to suit. South. Third street. A. E. Kirkland. FOR SALE Early Cold frame Tomato Plants. MRS. HENRY MASSLER, " if Phone 363 W. LEIB0VIT In Men's Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Shirts and Furnishings stands for the highest type of styling and workmanship that men and young men of quality preferences can de mand; Merchandise for men and boys that is distinctly in a class by it self, can always be found at The "Live Store" Where Quality Reigna Higher Than Price. . Hickman - - - Kentucky The House That Gained 500 Percent in 7 th Year of Existence New Spring SUITS, Stetson Hats, Stacy-Adams & Walk-Over shoes and oxfords, Manhattan shirts. Dutchess Trousers, etc. are now ready for your 31 choosing. ton, Tennessee, Tuc3dry morning, March 10th, 1919. County Agent Dougherty and tho two live stock spc- cialest, Mr. Hite, of Gallatin, Ten nessee, on Sheep and Mr. Richardson, of tho extention department of tho University of Tennessee, on beef cat tie, cpoke to the point and enthused tho forty mc8 that were present with better ideals and symtems of farm ing. Mr. Hite urged tha use of a few sheep op almost every farm and mentioned the great opportunity for making extra money in this way. He convinced the men that pure bred ranis should be used in every flock and cited the advantages of such practice. 4He counseled in regard to ftn abundance of pasture crops, es pecially in the winter. Rye was men tionod as the bent crop for this pur pose. Ho also urged tho formation of sheep associations. Tho farmers felt that Mr. Hite'o ndvice was right as h has been ore of tho most suc cessful shoep breeders ir. the South for many year3 ' Mr; Ric'i.rdson laid great stress on better systems cf raising beef cattle, and the farmers seemed to realize that they had grossly neglected their business as they listened to the able dlscuedon attentively. He showed that in this particular that it was of tho greatest importance to all the growers of beef cattle. He said that registered sires only was the, key to tho'rapid and certain improvement in tho grade of stock in Obion County, Mr. Richardson also gave Judging demonstrations on beef cattle U3ing good individuals of the short horn broed from the Highland'Stock Farm, Konton, Tennossee, owned by.W.VL Fowler. Many of the farmers stay ing oj the street during this demon stration and doing without their dinners to hear this wontrful demonstration . This work is now on in Kenton and tho, farmers are taking hold of this with renewed energy and are going to do much in this line this year. County Agent Dougherty made an especially strong, point when he urged tho 3ystem of .community breeding among all' breeds of live stock, that is, farmers in Obion Coun ty should all broed the sar-hrccd of various - classes, Shorthorn " cattle, Duroc Jersey hogs and hamshire or Shropshire sheep, in his .opinion were taking the lead in Obion County, and that the farmers should use th3e breeds in order to develop the com munity idea of breeding. . v Mr. Dougherty has proven to be :i valuable and able leader of the farm ers of Obion County, and he should have tho support of every one Inter ested in making this County the ban ner County in Livestock and good farming in the South. Tne rarmors and business men want the County agent and the farm ing specialists to come often and teach them the better methods of farming and the raising of livo stock, as they are doing more good for the advance ment of agriculture than any groop of men in the County. . Respt. W. L. FOWLER. Resolutions. Whereas, Our Heavenly Father has called from us Mrs. Kate Henderson Kerr, a faithful member of our Uiurch, and, whereas we as a church are ead and grieved, yet we submit to Km will, so thankful that her young life was lived among us, always a t'weet and cheerful disposition, deeds of kindness and noble traits of Christian character to influence us to live nearer our Lord. Therefore, be it resolved: First: That we extend to each of the family our heartfelt sympathy. J Second: That a copy of these resolu tions be spread on the minutes of the church book, that copy be sent to the family and each ' of the Union City papers. ' MRS. R. L. ROLAND. CLARENCE BUFFORD, MRS? ARCH BARHAM. FORESTER AND FORESTER. The Real Estate Men. Two good farms for quick 6ale, and1 immediate delivery on easy terms. One 112 aero place 2 miles of Troy. Public road3 on three sides of it, with good house, big barn, deep well and galoline engine. Beautiful place to live. 95 acres in cultivation, for im mediate delivery. This place is a bargain at $80.00 an acre, on easy terms. One 102 acres 5 miles east of Union City. Nearly all level land. Two houses, 3 barns and 85 acres in cultivation; a real bargain at $65.00 an acre, on easy terms, and you get this years rent. See Forester and Forested at once. Wehman has a complete line of Builder's Hardware and Paint. Get figures on this line before you build. Dinner for Legislators. Miss Hazel Mauley nerved the Fish and Game Committee with a home cooked country dinner when they arrivod in Union City Monday. All voted Miss Manle'y an excellent cook. Those present were: Senators Cfcld well, Houk and Rico, State Game -Warden Houser and Representatives ftriffln, Howard, Dunlap and Griffith. The Same Delicious Satisfying DrinK Used for years instead of coffee by families who value health. The Original Postum Cereal Boiled just liKe coffee 15 minutes after boiling begins. Rich in aroma. Pleasing in flavor. Economical. No table drink has ever taken the place of Postum. "There's a Reason1 Get it at grocers. Two sizes 1 5c 6c 25c 7WV 0 J -TV :. f . n