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L-IGON "FURNITURE CO.
(Successors to BEM. I-VRNIFfRI', CO.) ' v , Mrs. L. Briggs was down tc Monday shoryji James Brrf MflA. ited. r r l : ill : . . ; ' l! l Are You A Real Ice-Cream Lover ? If so, you'll want the richest and best ice cream made, and you'll want a JERSEY FREEZER to make it in. This celebrated quick freezing, efy running, economical freezer cost no more than the ordi nary kind, w Let us show you the many points of advantage today. The UNION CITY HARDWARE CO aud Mrs. Giles Mitel with Mr. and MTV ila Harelson and Lj Fridav rrfeSSltl and haffa- tful scenery Vnes. 3 production together jSilent company will sur i5v$,eilsen in the most am pUtt of her career. JA Contented Woman jffs found in the same house with LHtrKud's Snow Liniment. 'It keeps Very member of the family Tree from kes and pains, id neeis cms, ourns scalds and cures rneumatism, llgia, lumbago ana an muscumr kss ana stillness, zoc, ouc ana 91 lie. Naming Drug store. 1 1 Ai SAhEJSff brick ness vpf Sood 'stnwf We are; indeed, glad to state thatwe are now in position to furnish your homes with ...... Matting, Druggets, Wall Paper, Window Shades and Modern Furniture OF ALL KINDS. ALSO, WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED .'" Lowe Bros. High Standard Paints V We carry a complete line of FUNERAL SUPPLIES and have the FINEST HEARSE in West Tennessee. COME TO SEETUS WHETHER YOU WANT TO BUY OR NOT " REMEMBER WE ARE GLAD TO SEE YOU , Office Phone 530 Q PROMPT SERVICE Residence Phone822 j TELEPHONE 164. Vj j I WADTHCinr V f If RIVES NEWS. iwi. x J V County Institute. The County Teachers' Institute opened last Monday at 1.30 p. m. with Supt. C. L. Ridings in charge. The attendance was not large, but by the middle of the week there were about foity enrolled. While not equal to former institutes in numbers the personnel is iar above the average in intelligence and abil ity. The work will continue until the 24th inst, examinations taking place on the 22d, 23d and 24th. The following is a schedule of subjects for examination; Wednesday a. m. Primary: Or thography, reading, writing; Wed nesday p. m. Secondary: agricul ture, civics. Thursday a. m. Primary :Gram mar, History of Tennessee; Secon dary: Geology, bookkeeping. Thurs day p. m. Primary: Physiology, geography. Secondary: Geometry. Friday a. m. Primary: United States History, Arithmetic. Secon dary: Physics, algebra. Friday p. m. Primary: Kern, Lynch & Mc Neill. Secondary: Gilbert, litera ture. Primary: Horace Kendall, Miss Willie Loyd, Miss Lula Lee, Miss Bessie Morris, J. N. Ruddle, Miss Eudora McCaw, Miss Agnes Pal mer, Mrs.f Dora Reeves, Sammie Morris, Smith Gregory Allen, Miss Dezzie Brown, Miss Verna Calli- ?tt, Mrs. J. E. Cox, Miss Vardell n, Miss Lelia Thoru, Miss Wilson, H. M. Stigler, Miss ser, Miss Minnie Calhoun. Mrs. Alma Callicott, aruthers, H. J. Cox, s. Lula Nichols, J. M. nderwood, Miss Beth B. Gray, Miss Clem- D. Lennox, Miss Pearl tss Jane Wilson, Miss Vir th, Miss Penn Stubble- Josephine Tardiff, B.A. . E. Flowers, W. W. Dunn, rl Cloyes, J. H. Robey, Miss Floyd. '.Union City TraMnn o y ee0 ESTABLISHED IN 1888 TROROUGH GOURSE AND COMPETENT TEACHERS The Only Preparatory School in Obion County Our students enter The Cumberland University, The University of Tennessee, Kentucky University, The University of the South, The Vanderbilt and Others. We are the only school that has been able to send an entire class to the university of their choice. For catalogue, address ATHH! UNION CITY. 7 X 1 A A JD - i ill freeze in three ice. Why not City Hard- as been lepart- ate Fair Gertrude it of pre- kd and the ;ied exclu- rticles must le last three the list of premiums uavc Videred articles, Vork. handker- nd knitting, made articles, hand-woven ar ts, basket work, es, preserves, ed goods, pickles, work, girls' ii lames nave oeen J?il njr-Imittee to repre- jion ouniy iu luc i.uiicv.huu rtTcies for exhibit: Mrs. aeia all Mice TT.lla Whinnlp. Mrs. r I ' . k Je Dahnke, Mrs. Dell Harper, 1 jfcato Davis, Mrs. W. S. Crock ' eM Mrs. J. R. Moffatt. Mrs. John Thompson, Mrs. Ora Darnell, Mrs. A. L. Brevard, chairman. The State Fair closes on Satur day, September 26, and the exhibits will be shipped back to Obion Coun ty that day. Especial arrangements for these articles will be made. J wCjelli 1 I letc i 1 MAPLE GROVE. T. P. Moss, of Cornerville, Ky., was a visitor here this week. Herman Scott, of Memphis, is vis iting J. D. Caldwell and family. fMrs. ' Bettie O. Caldwell, of Fre mont, has been visiting relatives here. There will be an ice cream supper and barbecue at this place Tuesday night. Lyn Cave Wetteran, of Nashvillej is visiting his cousin, Master Lexie Williams. Miss Annie Marshall is visiting her sister, Mrs. F. W. Watson, of Union City. Miss Ulalume Cobb, of Union City, was the guest of Miss Stella Williams last week. Maple Grove was well represent ed at the ice cream supper at A. L. Brevard's Tuesday night. Little John McDowell, of Mem phis, is spending the summer with his grandfather, J. H. McDowell. Dr. T. E. Marshall was called Wednesday to the bedside of his father, W. S. Marshall, of Clayton, who is very sick. Star. Having sold practically all of our Merry Widow pins we will offer some special values in cut-glass bowls: $5.00 Bowls for $3.98 while they last. Bransford & Andrews. You can find any old thing you want in the wav of screens at the Union City Hdw" Co. Phone 164. Union Service. The Sunday night union services for the summer started .off nicely last Sunday night when Rev. W. C. Sellers preached to a good audi ence at the C. P. Church. Next Sunday night the union services will be held at the Metho dist Church at 8 o'clock when Rev. J. J. Castleberry will preach. The public is invited to attend these services. WANTED Job as feeder for wheat thresher. Eight years experience. New Nadrid, Sikeston, Stoddard and other Missouri points. .Write or send word to me at Jane Davis. U. R. Richards, , . Union City, Tenn. Died in Number One. Mrs. Crouch, aged 74, died in Number One on Monday, July 13, and the remains were carried to Hickman for interment. Mrs. Crouch was a good Christian wo- man. - . Shive-Hoffman. Mr. Stanley Shive and Miss Net tie Hoffman, of this city, were unit ed in marriage by Rev. W. C. Sel- lers at the home of the bride's sis- " ter, Mrs. Geo. Dahnke, Fifth street, ' on Wednesday, July 15, at noon, leaving immediately for St. Louis to enjoy a few days visit. Miss Hoffman is a native of Nash ville, 111., and has been a member of the Dahnke home for a number of years. Mr. Shive is express mes senger on the M. &0. R R. and a young gentleman of fine character and business ability. His bride i9 young lady ot modesty and refine- , ment, a very suitable and worthy companiou, and we wish them many of life's blessings. We can sell you any kind of a farm. Gibson County Real Estate Age'ncy, G. W. Wade, Manager, Trenton, Tenn. Land Sale. Henry Frazier, Administrator, et al, vs. Robert Williams etal. In obedience to an interlocutory de cree made and entered in the above styled cause, I will, on Saturday, August 8, 1908, at about 1 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 following described tract or parcel of land, situated in the Tenth Civil District of Obion County, Tennessee, bounded on the north by the lands of Henry Frazier, on the south by the lands of J. H. Neely, on the east aud west by the lands of Henry Frazier, containing about 17 acres, riiore or less. Tkkjis of Sale: One-half cash and balance due in twelve months, taking J note with approved security bearing interest from date of sale and a special ' lien will be retained on said tract of land to further secure the deferred payment. July 14, 1908. S. F. HOWARD, Clerk. By II. M. Golden, D. C. Lannom & Stanfield, Solicitors for Complainant. Rooms for Rent Furnished and unfurnished, $3.50 to $4.00 per week at the Brackin House. Best of order kept at all times. : J. W. COLE K