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Lawn Rtos and
Lawn Swings
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Whitman's Fine Chocolates and Confections
all during the summer, so if you want a "dainty sweet,"
cool and fresh, call on the
Red Cross Drug' Store
Telephone IOO H. M. OLIVER, Prop.
Mrs. Hunter Elam is reported quite
ill. . . . :
T D. E. Tenick spent last week in the
L. H. Lockhart is in St. Louis this
Go to Wells Bros, for cold drinks.
Mrs. W. R. Webster spent last week
in Cairo.
T. W. Dunlap, of Number Seven, is
reported very sick.
Mrs. T. J. Flack, of Dallas, Texas, is
visiting homefolks. 1
Try Wells Bros, nice lunches.
Mrs. D. A. Peeler is reported some
better at this writing.
Messrs. W. P. and S. A. Rodgers
are in Memphis this week.
Mrs. John Rodgers and children are
visiting in Ripley this week.
Staver buggies
Hardware Co.
at Nailling - Keiser
Mrs. Joe Davis, of Terrell, visited
Mrs. Dan Beckham Friday.
Mrs. Arnet Pursley is quite ill at
her home on South Ury street.
Miss Gladys Jernigan, of Obion, is
le guest of Miss Louise White.
Wells Bros., Main street,
Id drinks and lunches.
for nice
Miss Annie Pitts, of Trimble, visited
Mr. and Mrs. John Pitts Sunday.,
J. F. Tibbs, of Fulton, attended the
funeral of Mrs. Joe Edwards Tuesday.
The Standard Line of Boggles 2
Buggies that have
Staver Buggies
Studebaber Wagons
Misses Leiron and Aletha Bonner, of
Rives, were in the city shopping this
Mr. and Mrs. M. Glasscock and
daughter, Miss Bessie, are in Memphis
this week.
Staver buggies
Hardware Co.
at Nailling - Keiser
Mesdames John Malcomb and Will
White, of Rives, are guests of Mrs.
Tom Reeves.
Mrs. P. Y. White went to Dyersburg
Sunday afternoon to join a party going
to Memphis this week.
Refrigerators anything you want.
Nailling-Keiser Hardware Co.
'Miss Lula Phillips returned to her
home in Vienna, 111., Wednesday after
a three weeks visit here.
Robt. Holman and mother, Mrs.
Mary Holman, of Harris vicinity, were
shopping in the city Saturday.
New Perfection oil stoves. Nailling
Keiser Hardware Co.
W. C. Morris' cottage is nearing
completion. The improvement has
added much to Harrison street.
Everything dates from Dahnke's.
Mrs'. Fonzo White and niece,
Vivienne Woodro, left Tuesday for a
visit to relatives in Columbus, Ky.
Mr. Ed Blake and family, of Para
gould, Ark., are guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Milam on South Ury street.
SEED BEANS. A limited stock of
Mammoth Yellow Sojo Beans for sale.
Dahnke-Walker Milling Co.
been handled here for
Anchor Buggies Sayers
New Perfection
Oil Cooking Stoves
The Old Standards.
Mrs. Geo. Crews is visiting in Halls.
Walter Fry was in Moscow Tuesday.
Jas. Brown was in Hickman this week.
Roy Coleman is at Protemus this week.
Billy Frazier was in Martin Sunday.
S. S.-Woods, of Cairo, was in the city
last week.
Mrs. McMurry was a visitor in Ful
ton this week.
Mrs. J. S. Cloys, of Harris vicinity,
is ill with fever.
Mr. W. Bynum, of Jackson, was in
the city Friday.
Mrs. J. V. Russell, of Trenton, was in
the city Sunday.
Miss Mignon McWhirter returned to
Martin Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Craig visited
Fulton this week.
Mrs. Pearl Averitt Vincent is on the
sick list .this week.
Mrs. Dr. Holloway, of Rives vicinity,
is reported very ill.
Mrs. Jennie McEwing, of Fulton, is
in the city this week.
Attorney Walter Nichols, of Trenton,
was in the city Monday.
Mr. J. Hall, of Memphis, has been
in the city the past week.
Miss Pearl Milam is attending the
Milan Institute this week.
Little Marguerite Nailling is reported
much better ;at this writing.
Mrs. Dr. Chirk is at home from a visit
with Number Seven relatives.
Mr. Harreon, of Gibson, was in the
city Friday on legal business.
Mrs. Lucy Williamson, of Moscow,
was a visitor in town Monday.
Morris Hawes is expected home Fri
day from Vanderbilt University.
Miss Elsie B. Williams, after several
days in the city, has returned home.
Mrs. Cicero Ragsdale, of Rives vicin
ity, was in the city Tuesday shopping.
Mrs. Ella Craver and little babe have
returned to their home in Clinton, Ky.
Miss Olive Duncan and Miss Cora
Mays are in Memphis attending the re
Little Nina Richardson, we are glad
to say, has recovered from her recent
Mesdames Harrison and Rinehart are
visiting Mrs. Gus White at Pleasant
Valley. ' -
Mrs. Dora Reeves is spending the week
at "Longview," the guest of Miss Lula
Mrs. M. Brown and her grandson,
Horace Latimer, left Monday for a visit
to Memphis.
Mrs J. A. Ragsdale and little daugh
ter went to Memphis this week to at
tend the reunion.
George Hill, of Jackson, Miss., visited
his sister, Mrs. Harry McMurry, the
first of the week.
Mrs. Tennie White has regained her
usual health after several days illness
with malarial fever.
Mrs. R. Green and little daughter,
Willo, are guests of Mrs. W. Z. Massen
gill in Harris vicinity.
A reception at the Bohemian Club
was enjoyed by a crowd of young peo
ple last Tuesday night.
Little Miss Margaret Linbarger is vis
iting friends and relatives at her old
home, West Point, Miss.
Miss Irene Cherry is visiting her sis
ter, Mrs. Rogers, in Memphis this week
and attending the reunion.
Ruth Griffin and Thelma Dixon went
to Trenton Monday and spent a day or
two with Mrs. Boyce Howse.
Mrs. Bell Waddell and Mrs. A. L.
Brevard have been attending the re
union at Memphis this week.
Mrs. Geo. Joyner and daughter, Mrs.
Sid Wiley, returned this week from a
visit to relatives in Mississippi.
Mrs. Paul Crockett and sister, Miss
Irene Forester, of Obion, enjoyed quite
a pleasant trip to Memphis Monday.
Mrs. Jeff. Williams and daughter,
Miss Stella, of Maple Grove neighbor
hood, were in the city Monday shopping.
Mr. and Mrs. Blake and children, of
Paragould, Ark., are the guests of Mrs.
L. L. Milam on South' Ury street this
Mrs. Mary Crenshaw and Miss Laura
Cathey went to Memphis Saturday to
visit with relatives and attend the re
union. Miss Nina J. Strother, after five
months in the Hall-Moody Institute at .
Martin, is with her parents for the va
cation. Rev. Geo. Evans, who has been sta
tioned in St. Louis for some time, is in
Union City for a few days visit among
his friends.
Buggies !
twenty - five years:
Scovill Buggies
Refrigerators and
Ice Boxes
Milburn Wagons
Mrs. Joseph Kell, of Arlington, Ky.,
is in the city visiting the home of her
brother, Mr. Bruce Coulter, North First
A vocal solo by Miss Oliver Sunday
morning at the Baptist Church was
very much enjoyed by a large congre
gation. Messrs. John Waddell, Ernest John
son, Herman Briggs, Webe Hawes and
Clem Burdick spent Tuesday and Wed
nesday in Fulton.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. McRee were enter
tained from 4 to 6 Thursday afternoon
at the home of Dr. and Mrs. IT. T. But
ler on Main street.
The John B. Gordon Chapter, U. D.
C, will meet with Mrs. W. C. Farris
at her country home, Maple Slope, Fri
day, 2:30 p. m., June 18.
Mr. and Mrs. John Crittendon, of
Halls, will be in the city this week as
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. An
drews, en route to Middle Tennessee.
All kinds of Coal at Union City Ice
& Coal Co.
Mrs. S. H. Coulter, of Mayfield, Ky.,
stopped over in Union City en route
from the Memphis reunion to visit Mr.
and Mrs. Bruce Coulter on N. First
J. B. Milam, a prominent resident of
Leesburg, Fla., County Judge and at
torney, is in Union City visiting the
family of his brother, L. L. Milam,
Esq. Judge Milam will remain here
for a few days and then go to Paducah
to visit another brother.
Bon Air Coal, best and cheapest, at
Union City Ice & Coal Co.
Mrs. J. R. Moffatt, of Troy, and Mrs,
Cordie Garth, of this city, accompanied
by little Miss Maud Moffatt, Marshall
Garth and Helen Garth, left Wednesday
for Corpus Christi, Texas, to spend the
the summer.
Call 150 when you want Coal of any
Attorney Colin P. McKinney, of
Ripley, was in Union City for a few
days this week mingling with Obion
County people with a view of intro
ducing his candidacy for Chancellor,
and it is stated here from the best
authority that Mr. McKinney made
many strong friends.
Big Muddy Washed Nut Coal is best
for cooking. At Union City Ice & Coal
Ben M. Smoot ct al. vs. John B. Smoot.
In obedience to an interlocutory de
cree made and entered in the above
styled cause at the June term, 1909, I
will offer for sale to the highest and best
bidder, in front of the east door of the
courthouse in Union City, Teim., on
Saturday, the
at 1 o'clock p. m., the following de
scribed real estate or town lots: Situated
on the southwest corner of Ury and Vine
streets in the town of Union City, in
Obion County, Tennessee, and bounded
as follows: Beginning at the southwest
intersection of said Ury and Vine streets,
and runs thence west with said Vine
street 1731 feet to a stake; thence south
123:1 feet to a stake, the northwest cor
ner of the manse of the Methodist
Church in Union Citv; thence east with
the n. b. line of said manse lot 1731
feet to a stake on said Ury street, the
northeast corner of said manse lot;
thence north with said Ury street 123
feet to the beginning. Said lot has two
dwelling houses on same. Said lot will
be divided before said sale and the di
mensions be made known on day of
sale, and the same will be sold sepa
rately and minimum price on the two
lots together is fixed Iby the court at
One-third cash and the balance on a
credit of six and twelve months, taking
notes with approved personal security
and a lien retained on said property for
further security, notes bearing interest
from date.
This 9th day of Juno, 1909.
10 f S. F. HOWARD, Clerk.
By H. M. Golden, D. C.
A. J. Harpole, Sol. for Compl'ts.
Misses Irene Davis and Mabel Little
ton went to Memphis this week to at
tend tho reunion, and while there were
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hunter
Davis. From Memphis Miss Littleton
goes to Brinkley, Ark., to attend the
marriage of her friend, Miss Daisy
Wade, to Mr. Chas. Hinkle, of Nash
ville. Miss Littleton will be the maid
of honor. Miss Davis will also attend
a wedding at Ripley, Tenn.
Union City Ice & Coal Co. sell all
kinds of fuel. . ..,.,
FOR SALE A large, fire-proof, bur
glar-proof safe, practically new and a
bargain. Apply at this office.
FOR SALE Large lot of 2-foot Cy
press Boards at 65 cents per hundred, at
our mill in the Seventh District of Obion
County. Coats & Maloke,
8-4t R.F.D. No. 1., Rives, Tenn.
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