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V J ' v - A .. . i t.ui 1 I II nl H i . i V u r ME FAMM i" KM JK-JFD Near Union City Wediniesday9 May J4 119 I will offer for sale at public auction my beautiful suburban horn embracing 116 1-2 acres of the richest soil in the South, known as the Captain Turner farm, on the Union City and Rives road, one mile south of the corporate limits of Union City, on the afternoon of May 14 'at 2 o'clock. This farm is well tiled, well fenced and cross-fenced all nearly new. This is Absolutely the Very Best of corn-b: LlLiT LAND With the finest posssible location. , Situated in the largest and best feeding county m the South. Soil is a rich black loam, all in cultivation excepting a beautiful ten-acre woods lawn in front of residence. Build ings consist of a large two-story, nine-room dwelling, one large new-built stock barn 70x40, small buildings and one deep 3-inch well with an ample supply of water for entire farm. On the farm this year fourteen acres are sown in wheat, 25 acres in clover and grass, remainder in corn. Farm i rented for 1919 and purchaser will be expected to assume present contract. 1 Will 'Also sell my popular herd of REGISTERED HEREFORD CATTLE i Consisting of one fine herd bull and 1 5 females as follows: Six cows with calves at side and three two-year-old heifers that have been bred; also some extra high grades. These Herefords were selected from the best herds in the South. The cattle are not fat, but in good breeding shape and condition for money makers. Also will offer several Sows and Pigs in this sale. TERMS: Farm will be sold on terms of 25 per cent cash, ten years time at 6 per cent per annum, interest payable annually, with the privilege of paying any part or all of it on any interest paying day. Personal property cash or approved notes for twelve months. Everybody invited. Everybody expected. We want a crowd. Farm will be shown to anyone interested. See or phone, G. W. PHEBUS, JR., Owner, COL. JNO. R. BRADSHAW, Decatur, 111., and K. T. KUBEKltt, Union Uitv, ienn., Auctioneers. union city, tenn. SALE WILL TAKE PLACE AT THE FARM. 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 & Co. PHONE 118. ::: : UNION CITY, TENN. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. E. K. White was quite cick the first cf the week. Eat at Forrester's. 1 Mr. Homer Clark, of Troy, was "here Friday. Buick A. E. Kirkland. Mrs. N. c! Garth was a visitor last week in Troy. Buy "That Good Gulf Gasoline", at Wehman's. See W. F. Tate about that Income Tolicy. ' Col. T. X!. Wilson, of Obion, was a visitor last -week. One new Dodge for sale. Union City Garage. G. B. Jones, of Hornbeak, has lo cated in Union City. . . Buick service and parts. Kirk land. Mrs. John Tflathis spent Friday -with relatives in Kenton. Nice line candy, fruits and cigars at Forrester's, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Mahon, of "Troy, were Sunday visitors. One new Dodge for sale.-Union City Garage. Miss Birdie "Wafldell is spending the week visiting relatives at Mem phis. Buick has the best trade value of Any car sold. -Kirkland. Mr. ?haf If y KlIHan, of. Caruthers ville, Mo., was a' visitor here this ween. One new Dodge for sale. Union City Garage. Mr. and Mrs. V. JTorcum, and Miss .Faulkner, of Dbion, were visitors in the city last wee. Eub-My-Tism is a powerful anti septic; it kills the poison caused irom infected cuts, cures old lores, tetter,' etc. Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Moffatt and Mrs. J. R. Moffatt, of Troy, were in the city last week. Several nice farms, not far out for sale. .See Howard & Burney. . Miss Elsie Withcrington and Miss Mary Jessup visited Miss Opal Glis son in Kenton this week. Automobile Insurance at the new reduced rates. See W. F. Tate at Davis & Russell, Agents. Mr. Will Calhoun, now a big Lake County "planter, was here this week mingling with old-tini friends. SPECIAL NOTICE. On and after May 1 everything will be strictly cash. Union City Garage. Mr. Otho Beck, traveling for the Childs Specialty House, was at home this week from his road work. Mrs. W. P. Cacey, after an opera tion at Nailling's Hospital, is report ed t6 be much improved this week. Men's blue work shirts( worth $1.00 to $1.25; only 75 cents at Phil Hyman Cut-Pnce Store. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Shuck, of Jor dan, were in the city Friday with the big crowd looking at the war tank. Have six good fire companies would appreciate some of your busi ness. Howard & Burney. Miss Bessie Choate, of Hickman, was in the . city last week "visiting Miss Annette Bratton near the city. We are proud of the confidence doc tors, druggists and the public have in 666 Chill and Fever Tonic. Mr. Herman Howard, of Number Three, was here. last week and added to h's literature The CommericaL for one year. Ladies' georgette ' waists, worth $5.00; only 2.98 at Phil Hyman's Cut-Price Store. . Mesdainea Claude Andrews and Robert Alexander were jta Memphis Tuesday and Wednesday fo hear the Scottl Grand Opera Company. . Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Jones and little daughter went to St. Louis Tuesday to visit a specialist for the benefit of the little girl. Ladies' organdie and voile waists, worth $1.50; only 98 cents at Phil Hyman's Cut-Pnce Store. . Miss Bes3ie Pirtle and Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Morris, of Moscow, Ky., were the guests last week of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Clayton. Buy a Quick Meal Oil Stove at Wehman's and be prepared for the hot days that are . sure to come. Mrs. J. F. Pope and daughter, Miss O'Bion, of Obion, and Instructor Kenneth Lewis, of the Great Lake Training Camp, were here Friday. Men's pin-check work pants, the best quality, worth $2.50; only $1.48 per pair at Phil Hyman Cut-Price Store. Misses Norma Mahon and Alia Crostlc, of Moscow, Ky., were the guests of Mrs. J. V. Hefley and Mrs J. B. Clayton Tuesday and- Wednes day. Rub-My-Tism is a great pain killer. It relieves pain and soreness caused by Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sprains, etc. Dr. T. R. Garth, of Canyon, Texas, was here this week visiting the home of Mr. Robert Garth, his father,' and the family of his brother, Mr. A. L. Garth. On and after May 1, everything will be strictly cash to everybody. Liesenring & Dahnke Garage. Messrs Kelly Sneed and Bob Irving Taylor, of Memphis, and Mr. and Mrs. Hal Taylor, of Crenshaw, Miss., were here the last of the week visiting with old friends. Mr. Paul Johnson wired his folks Union City that he had arrived in New York City. Paul was with the 90th Aerial Squadron and was in ac tion at some 'of the big battles. Mr. Moody Mullins, whose health has not been altogether good for a year, has been confined to his room at home for several weeks. He was stricken with something like vertigo. $100 Reward. $100 Catarrh la a local dlaeaas greatly Influ enced by conetltutional conditions. Zt therefore requires constitutional treat ment HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE la taken Internally and acts through the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the Bye tern. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE deetroya the foundation of the dlaenae. Uvea the patient strength by improving the general health and asetata aaturo In doing Its work. 1100.00 for any caaa 1 Catarrh that HALL'S CATARRH MCDICINB falls to cure. Zruggieta 75c Teattmonlala free. . r. J. Cheney Co Toledo, Ohio. Mr. W. M. Warterfleld, who has been in St. Thomas, Nashville, for several weeks in car6 of a special ist, came home last week and his friends are glad to know that his health is altogether improved, in fact he is feeling like himself again. Our Ten-Day Sale is still going on and our low pnees and good merchan dise is the talk of Union City and the surrounding country. " You get a square deal or your money back at your request at the Phil Hyman Cut' Price Store. Mr. Benny Reed, who is at home from military service in Frr.nce, came over from Hornbeak last week Mr. Reed was with the 26th Divi sion, 101st Field Artillery, and waB in France over twelve months. He was in five of the fighting fronts and looks like the war had dealt very kindly with him. The Eagle Dixie Serum Company bought of R. B. Marshall, and other Obion County hog-fceders, eighty one hogs, weighing 15,610 pounds, for which they pal $20.35 per 100 pounds, the top of the Nashville market, F. O. B. Uniqn City. These hogs, which were all vaccinated with Eagle-Dixfo Scrum, will be used for making serum. Capt. J. T. Perkins, of Martin, was here the first of the week look ing after somo business connected with the Circuit Court. He tells us that he, accompanied by Mrs. Perkins and Mrs. Whitnell, have Just returned from a six-weeks outing spent along the Coast from Miama, Fla., to New Orleans. He says the trip was an enjoyable one and that the fishing was fine. Mrs. Perkins and Mrs. Whitnell stopped in Memphis for a few days visit with friends. If you are thinking of erecting a monument it will pay you to write The Eclipse Marble and Granite Works, J. J. Snyder, Proprietor, Humboldt, Tenn. Nothing but the best of material used, and the highest class of mechanical workmanship. Mrs. Lester Bennett and daughter, of 317 Exchange Street, went to East Prairie, Mo., last Tuesday morn ing to attend the fnneral of Mrs. Bennett's grandfather, James Carter, formerly a citizen of this county. Mr. Carter was,, one of the Confederate soldiers that marched out of Union City in 1861, and lived to see home at the close of the war. The Recruit ing party reverences the soldiers of 1861-65,, as we do the soldiers of 188, and 1917-18. Mr. Chas. Dietzel, with his charac teristic progressive uusiness spirit, has added for the accommodation of his Edison patronage a new motor delivery car, decorated with art sign work, including a big hardwood Edi son machine and a portrait of Edison on both sides of car. It is a nice one. Build now. Build with brick. Brick houses depreciate very little with age. Let us figure with you on brick or concrete work and materials. T. L. Bransford Sons. Miss Ruth Griffin left the first of the week for Macon, Ga., to spent some weeks visiting at the home of her brother, W. Hunter Griffin. She has been chosen one of the instruc tors in the city public school and will probably not return until a few days before the school opening in August. Where do you eat and drink? After all Forrester's place is the best. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Eader, having disposed of their personal property at The Beeches, south of Union City, left this week for Sherman, Texas, where they are to be located in the future. Sinco the death of Mrs. H. O. Head, Sr., Judge Head desired his daughter and family to live with him at Sherman, and they are there to gether. These splendid young people and their little one are very kindly remembered. Mr. and Mrs. Eader mingled here for a number of years with our good people, associated with the best in our home life and in much of our public affairs. A very warm place In our homes and hearts was shared by them, and the kindest wishes go with them to Texas. Church of Christ N. B. Hardeman, of Henderson, Tenn., will speak at Troy on Sunday, May 11, at 11 a. m., and 3 o'clock p. m. Wo urgo that Churches of Christ all over Obion County to try and hr.vo some one, or more, from your congregation at this 3:00 p. m. meet ing, and the more the better. Eld. Hardeman will also be at Obion, Tenn., on Sunday night of May 11. These meetings are being hold in the interest of Freed-Harde-man College, of Henderson, Tenn. T. M. CARNEY. Special Candy Sale. Circle No. 1 of the Missionary Society of the Methodist Church will have a cake and candy sale Saturday, May 10. For any special orders call 259. "Old Maid's Convention." "The Old Maid's Convention" was presented, at the Opera House last Friday night by Circlo No. 1 of the Missionary Society of the Methodist Church, of this city, under the capa ble direction of Mrs. W. W. Cowden. The play was a succoss from every standpoint. The caste was drawn from popular young ladies and ma trons of Union City, and from mem bers of Circle No. 1 of the Mission ary Society; In the role of "President of the Convention," Miss Allie B. Camp bell won a round of applause. A very pleasing musical propram, interspersed with delightful read ings, and an Indian club drill, were given by local talent. Professor Ridings, playing the part of Professor Pinkerton, made quite a hit with his electric trans form(h)er. The entire program was one of great fun and entertainment, the popularity of the play being attested by the vast audience. Mrs. Cowden and her strong sup port have been the recipients of many congratulations on the success of the "Convention." Class Recitals. I wish to announce to the people of Union City and vicinity that my classes will be heard this year in reci tal at the First Christian Church, the pupils on the flr3t program to appear on Friday night, May 16, and on the second program to appear on Tuesday night, May 20. The patrons and public are cordially invited to be present. E. C. OWNBY. We write all Standard Policies to be had in the Insurance Game, Farm Insurance our specialty. Davis & Bussell, Agents. Election Notice for Kenton. An election is hereby called and ordered to be held in and for the town of Kenton, on Thursday, June 6, 1919, for the purpose of electing,, a Mayor, Recorder and six Aldermen of said town; and the following per sons are hereby appointed to open, hold and make return of said elec tion as required by Jaw: Officer: A. J. MoNeeley; Judges: H. Alphin, J. D. Dodlon, P.H. Carroll; Clerks :(T. W. Jonel. s W. T. Mathea. ' W.W. MILES, Chairman. E. H. MARSHALL, Sec. Election Commissioners " of Obloa County. i A-Jjt 1? k 1 i f "n i 5f i r V r. t.