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"VjjT OF THE CONDITION OF
J National Bank
s
AT .UNION . CITY
jin the State of Tennessee, at the close of
J - business April 28, 1909.
' ' . , , RESOURCES. '
Loans and Discounts...:..-. " $173,236.61
Overdrafts, secured and ua-
sei-ure3.-.- . 3,929.54
V- A. Bonds to secure circu-
lation 50,000.00
Bonds, securities, etc 2,915.00
Banking House, Furniture
: ., and Fixtures 4,000.00
Other real estate owned 246.97
I hi from National ftantc
- - (not reserve agents) . ....... $17,001.99
. Due front State and Private
lianks and Bankers, Trust
Companies and Savings -
nanus 18,321.74
i Approved Reserve
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
kther cash items
liher National
15,859,16
411.10
1,005.00
122.27
1
J :) per Currency,
V- .- Vl Cents
VJ v Reserve
V'--- J":
rr.. x
V9.54
1
ION. )
if
r A
6.829.71
500.00
,657.83
1.000.00
10,000.00
21,696.64
50,000.00
61.65
140.00
500.00
171.961.19
Cdrrect-
L. S. TfcRK8,
H. A. Beck,
E. V. Caldwell
$303,657.83
ell. cashier of the
wnk, do solemnly swear
a statement is true to the
nowledge and belief.
lter Howell, Cashier.
efcand sworn to, before me
iy,of May, 1909. . t
J. A. Whipple,
Notary Public.
Attest:
Dr. I, H. Read, of Fulton, was in the
city Wednesday.
.. Miss Anna Ebberhart Sundayed with
relatives in Cairo.
Earl Kimzey, of Jackson, was a vis
itor here Sunday.
Use Jersey Cream Flour. None better.
K. C. Donaldson, of Tiptonville, was
in the city Sunday. "
Mr, Hunter Davis, of Memphis, was
in the city last week.
Miss Lillie Etta Perkins, of Martin,
visited in the city Friday.
Brfir Coal is best. Telephone 150.
Or. A. P. Warterfield was a business
visitor in Nashville last week.
Mr. Walter Nichols of Trenton, was
here this week attending court.
Miss Addie Palmer, after a delightful
week in Dyer, is at home again.
; Stone & Eainey for good groceries and
reasonable prices.
Attorneys Morris and Green, of
Obion, were in the city this week.
Mrs. Walter Howell left yesterday to
visit relatives at Collierville, Tenn.
Miss Gertrude Layne has returned
home from a visit to Obion relatives. -
All kinds of Coal at Union Citv Ice
& Coal Co.
Deputy Sheriff Peeler went to the
Jake Saturday on a short business trip.
S. G. Huhsaker, of St. Louis, was in
the city Sunday visiting Mrs. Hunsaker.
Wiley Atkins, of Dyersburg, was in
the city last Friday night at the club
hop.
Washington avenue's new grocery is
the place. Stone & Rainey.
Kobt. E. White leaves this week for
Clovis, New Mex., to engage in busi
ness. ' .
Jas. K. Murphy and family have
moved to the country on the farm east
of town.
Misses ' Bryant, of Eives, Sundayed
with friends on the corner of Mills an
Lilac streets.
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Jw - Vis ' r. 1
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S - Union City, V V
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These birds weft Xtmf ST ' jf
1 City Poultry Show! Mljdstorf
off alfthe blue rib
L. for 30. Kc-v. T.
f Tenn. -Vy
FOE SALE tTwo new buggies or.
top bike and one open buggy at speu
bargain. B. F. Beckh
Mesdames Pursley and Chile;
Ury street, have a couple of
k babies this week.
S. B. Cary, of Cairo, was
week to see his old-time friends in
Deestrick Skule. " "V
epresentutivq MeDade arrived home
sifter adjourn-
ent
flnftninn
VUIIIIIU
.nishiaii
v ijiuy
and sale o, t 'RIN6
i6 illflll DliOiirtillllllLS
We Usher in the Spring Season with the Most Comprehends Stock Ever Assembled in this
City, and the Event is Characterized by Special Offerings in All Departments. .
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New Dutchneck Waists
The very newest and most wanted models, in
fine Batiste Muslin; also plain and fancy nets.
Fash ionable Wash Fabrics
x Spring. : Your every whim and fancy may
ratified by our great variety of Spring fab-
Imported and domestic weaves, 'at the
lest prices. 5
Silks
in greatest variety. EvervNfiS.w weave, every
te shade and style is reoresenteckin our vast
wiiv-niuu, duu yuu win oe asionisnecnviii- tuc
pw prices.
Silk Dresses
tions, in all evening shades
Princess Silk Suits :fo
Jnen Suits
jaterials. When you
ted with their beaut
if M
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lful of all the new
your Easter purchas
'of this- department and
ksmaWng Parlors are in ch
y Ntaken a course
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'Tailored Suits
- Exclusiveness is the keynote of our display of
'woman's apparel. This important feature, coup
led with extensive varieties and unrevealed val
ues. makes this the logical supply for correct
atti$ this store is Curlin's in fact, as well as in
name, everyone who is familiar will admit. :
Mannish Tailored Suits. '
We cannot say too much in their favor high-
, 6.imi.uW, cicgituLiy laiiurea in soil, Deautl-
I TrKtones, with
I Qive them individuality, Jn-1 variety of
s satin srrirw . ra.nelia. ashes of roses.
. . ""r". . i.. . .
:ay, invisible cnecks, solid striped worsted.
resses princess styles, m lingerie and
rchief linens in most elegant desig'ns.
,ace and Eifmaeiy
hx Lace and Embroidery ' Department stands'
ithout competition; You will find all the new
(Wlties in band and matched sets; also tucked
plain and fancy ; :
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heir.lih
r
J
tINERY
)and it will be your loss if you fail to give.
igles DeWeese, of Gage Brothers & Co., of
Iiejyjieations oi ner aesigning.
g4n and Schultz, who have just returned -
Dry Goods
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kon ..7uj' ; uis " "t,ft
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this city,
Trustee of
ipointed a
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imjueraie xs.-
s Worley is of
i her grandp.a-
Willis Worley,
her, was a captain
ratefi.rmy, and her ma-
nWdfather, G. W. Titts,' was a
titenant in Col. HumeR. fields'
yt Tennessee Regiment of Confeder-
s soldiers, who was killed at Perry-
le, Ky., in that memorable struggle
Southern liberty. Her ancestors
ere all of the purest of Southern
lood, and Gen. McDowell has conferred
the honor in a deserving manner. This
mable. Southern girl, jn accepting the
appointinnt," which was unsolicited,
meekly bows u.ndef Thelwmor conferred,
... .....
ana taices tne nagpia
and goes forth to perpt
and honor coni vd upj
by planting it
Southern fame.
her hands
te the gory
r ancestors
mit of
Union C
The Union
organized
officers:
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Married.
John Echols and Miss Idelle Pardue
were united in marriage last Thursday
by Esq. Sacra. "They were here at
Gretna Green. '
As a household remedy for cuts,
burns, bruises, pain, etc., Dr. 'Cox's
Barbed Wire Liniment has no equal.
Price 25c. For sale by all druggists.
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In Oratorical Contest. -
John A. Harrison, son of J. A, Har
rison, of this city, has been chosen by
the student body io represent tha Union
City Training School in the oratorical
contest at VanderbiltJuiversity on May
7. This is the first lime that Union
City or Obion County has ever been in
a contest of this kind with Vanderbilt
University. Prof. Math is and Mr. Har
rison left here yesterday afternoon for
Nashville to be urosSnt at the meeting
to-day.' .
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