LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Chaa. Williams visited at Dyer
Jason Wilson, of Protemus, was
J. D. Killion, of Protemus, was in
Mrs. J. L. Fry was a visitor, in
Kenton last week.
Harry Vincent visited friends at
Horn Deak Sunday.
Miss Inez Dahnke visited friends
at Fulton last week. -
Miss Worley is visiting friends
near Troy this week.
Miss Carr, of Fulton, was a visi
tor in the city last Friday.
Miss Maggie Mays is visiting rel
atives in Fort Worth, Tex.
Mrs. Lavinia Cloyes and children
visited Rutherford Sunday.
J. H. Dement, of Trenton, was in
the city a few hours Monday.
MissLela Littleton visited rela
tives in Humboldt last week.
Miss Pearl Hudgins is spending
the week at Dawson Springs.
Robt. Craig and family visited in
Fulton and Clinton this week.
W. S. Coulter and son, Harry, of
Dyer, were in the city Monday
Miss Susie Richards has returned
to Richland, Ark., to teach school.
Mrs, Fannie Fowler, of Boyd,
Tex., is in the city visiting mends.
Hon. and Mrs. Finis J. Garrett, of
Dresden, were in the city last Fri-
Henry P. Moss went to Franklin
this week to visit his parents and
Miss Lurline Denham, who was
-very sick last week, is much im
proved. Miss Eula Dickersou'was a guest
of Miss Rhine Joyner in the city
Miss Coroline Tinkle, of Ruther
ford, visited ms. Lavinia Cloyes
Little Mary Butler, daughter of
Dr. H. T. Butler, is visiting grand
parents at Kenton.
Ladies of the Baptist Church gave
, an ice cream supper last Saturday
evening at the park
Mr. and Mrs. James Beau Mi
ell, of Jackson, are the gues
Miss M TJ
D. J. Caldwall, Rice A. Pierce and
J. L. Fry, members, of the union
City bar, went to Tiptonville Mon
day to attend circuit court.
Miss Bertie Schuerer, of Nash
ville, 111., arrived Wednesday and
is a guest of her cousin, Miss Mat
tie Schuerer, East Vine street.
Mrs. Kate Chambers and Mrs.
John George visited relatives and
friends at Dyersburg and Tipton
ville during the past two weeks.
Mrs. Ava Phillips and her daugh
ter, Mrs. Rather, of Amorilla. Tex
as, are here to spend a portion ot
the summer with Mrs. John Joyner.
Mrs. Seid Waddell went to Shaw-
nee, Ark., tnis wees 10 vi&iv iuc
family of W. R. Hendricks. Mr.
Hendricks and little daughter have
been very sick.
Mrs. Sam Ford and daughters,
Josephine and Margaret, and Mrs.
Joe French, of Shelby ville, Ky.,iett
Saturday for Cairo after a visit to
Mrs. Anna Ford Ebberhart.
Chas. Craver is at Martin where
he has the contract to erect a large
addition to one of the school build
ings. He expects to be absent sev
eral months. His lamily is with
Hp T. Robinson, District
DeptfT t-lnd J. C. Burdick.Past Ex
alted jP,aer, Union City Lodge, B.
P. O. lpiVo. 610, went to Dallas to
attend hik? meeting of the Grand
Lodge W Elks this weetf.
Jno. KyjSmith, who has b-?en en
gaged as expert typewriter and
stenogropher in the office of Hardy
Grain Co. for about two years, has
resigned to go to Murphysboro,
111. Mr. and Mrs. Smith have maae
numbers of fneuds here who extend
thekindest wishest for their welfare.
Prof. Fletcher Tate, Chester antf
Ira Whitley, Elbert McCullough,J
Orville Milhken and rror.tiunziKer,
of Hickman, left Sunday for Chick
amauga, joining the First Tennes
see Regiment at Clarksville for
camp. Prof. Tate will conduct the
E. B. Council left last weekfcr
Jonesboro, Ark., to eneg
ness as cierK iu
HOT WEATH E R N EC ESS
The Midsummer Sale of All Wash Goods
hTintea iawuss lhc uousivi '"" fm, 1
Linens, Corded Lawns, Persian Lawns Check Dim
ity, Bordered Batiste, Printed bwiss, cotton Voiles.
Our Shirt Waist Department g J'l
from dainty, cool and comfortable at prices less
than you can make tliem for.
A few CORSET COVERS left will clean up
at HALF PRICE.
. . - nn A11Tnii lards
Raraain Frinp.s in rancv o K s
HUIhiii w w w ... . ..-j bUiU I Ul auu
50 cents, now for 25c; those sold for 60, 65 "and 70
cents, now tor oyc. you win nnu mem lu uc uu-
gains. All Silk marked down.
durability, linen knees, heel and toes.
You will find the Cadet Hose
without an equal in .quality and
In ' Cluny, Linen, Tor
chon, Edges,- and Inser-
twcc o n A Waist . Nets, white. vcream .- and
tlVll Ax woo t - . 7 , '
pn Potfmi "Filet Rands and .Edees, Oriental' All
Li. VXWfii - J IJ ' .
overs, plain and spot effects, Venice Bands, white,
cream and ecru. - ;, ;
To make a clean up of all Summer Goods, ' trimmed
and untnmmed, we have marked them aown ior iicui
price. Now is your chance to secure Millinery at a bargain.
.Visit lOur Corset Department
Wanted in the American Beauty Corset. They fit
jf the fcf cerfectly and lend grace and style to tne
sKWv aVk l health and comtort to the wearer.
Examine Our Line of Bargains
This offer is
for vou. It
,oKic trrvn tn-hnv vnnr summer stiDnlies jFrorii a
k,llCLUXVvJ J Vll " ""-J J " " i.
well assorted stock at the very lowest prices, and in
many instances tor less tnan cost.
-vears. and is aj
drstKjK pcf If'
HI- ' .U M -
the Lady's Home Journal Patterns. Nothing to equal them on the market.
. CURILIN " Union City, Tenn,
fin'tr Via a haen emi"
he effc -prl
Kdchel Mozelle Watkins
at the home of her daughter,
K. Waae, in jveniuu uu iut
3e - nsDsJ xim a thf mother
Jiid chi- R- wade and,Mrs- lv-
pToung 8ucr: ' "
e Stat-mon-. .
Jhrv Morday's Fire.
A cottaffe residence on First
street south belonging to Mrs. Cary
and occupied by Mr. Rainey and
family was destroyed by fire Mon
day at npcThe kitchen was
it is supposed
: from the
1 n 1 T -r n rl
' t Monday evening at about
arley Cloyes was drowned in
at Pocahontas, while" he
I other young men were
lHe was a son of Rev. A.
rf? , Uava if i Vl
.a, wuu waa m-ifc. u.v
and Mrs. Cloyes being at
me ot Ur. J. v. jonnson.
iews of the sad affair was
to them an hour or so after
Lorn Johnston. When Cloyes
down he called for help and it
hought that he wa9 suddenly
cken with cramps. Help did
time and he sank.
a search tor tne
ging the river in
he was drowned,
e body Sunday
s was engaged in
ie butiness at Pocahon-
tnership with Thos.
liey having purchased
very Brothers in that
He was well known
man who had a host
formerly clerked in
13. Avera in this city.
'er young man and
icial and business
of the great misfor-
sadly received here. His
in bed sick .at the time,
n ill for some weeks. He
to get up and around
,.vMr'a. Cloves, notwith-
ij , --y w
standingTiis feeble conditioh, left
Tuesday nieht tor Pocahontas.
Paragould (Ark.) Democrat. De
ceased was once a resident and haa
a number ot .relatives near this
city. ' '
Starved to Death.
is what couM truthfully, be said of
many children who die. They have
worms, poor littlethings they don t
know It and you don't realize it. lr
your child is cross?, fretful, pasty com
plexioned and loses weicrht for no ap
parent reason, give it White's Cream
Vermifuge, you will be surprised at
the results and how quickly it picks
up. Kailling Drug Store. . ,
FOR RENT. Furnished bed-room
corner front over Grissom's store.. Ap
I A Simple R
Cardui is a purely vegetable extract, a simple,
non-intoxicating remedy, recommended to girls and
women, of all ages, for womanly pains, irregularity,
falling feelings, nervousness, weakness, and any
other form of sickness, peculiar to females.
It Will Help You
Mrs. rK. C. Beaver, of Unicoi, Route No. 1, Mar
bleton, Tenn., writes: . "I suffered with bearing
down pains, feet swelled, pain in right side, headache,
pains in shoulders,' nervous palpitation, and other
troubles I cannot mention, but I took Wine of Cardui
and have found it the best medicine I ever used,
for female troubles.". Try Cardui.
AT ALL DRUG STORES . .
THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO
LONG DjSTAIICE TELEPHONE
w FOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER
CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH CG
John H. Bigelow and Miss Carrie
Dilbert Forrester and Geneva
T. F. Sutton and Jennie S.Mayes.
Claude Taylor and Alvie Yates.
J. T. Sullivan and Lessie Wyatt.
J W. Chapel and Miss Addie
- James Spence.and I vie LeCome.
Sam Jones anxi Elzie Berry.
W." B. WilliVms and Elsie Brad
ley. . ". : : ' v ' . '
Use Sunshine Flour. None better.
THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC.'
IWARt Ot IMITATION.
THl CENUINt PHEPARIO ONLY IT
Ballard-Snow Liniment Co
T. LOUIS, KO.
ply O. E. BecK, tu ppiy store. ;
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