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Miss Sallie Reeves, of Obion, was a
iuest of relatives Sunday.
R. L. Pbebus has returned from a
' ten days sojourn in the West.
Misses Smith and Stultx, of points
South are guests of Miss Eudora
: McCaw.
Mrs. Will Gould Harris, who has
1 been afflicted with masked malaria, is
ranch better.
Mrs. Mary Olive, accompanied by
her brother, Gabe Long, has returned
from Memphis,
Guests of the Misses Olive Monday
night were Misses Edna Clark, Aletha
: Bonner and Agnes rainier.
Misses Verna Callicott and Mary
Olive left Monday for a three weeks
stay in Knoxville.
Mr. and Mrs. Medona Bonner, of
' Greenfield, Texas, are guests of Hon.
and Mrs. T. J. Bonner.
All of the our people have returned
from the "great reunion." The report
is that some of the sights were grand,
some glorious, while others ttere most
';: peculiar.
vr The wheat is being rapidly harvested,
. V corn is regaining its natural complexion,
. ' .and such thing as a farmer or any
V member of his family being subject to
. f .. ennui is unknown,
i V ?,y The Methodist Church will observe
- children's day next Sabbath morning.
I '' The union review of the S a b b .a t h
) schools for the second quarter will also
: h', meet with this congregation.
f Miss Vesta Davis. Thursday
' night of the past week entertained
a few friends until a late hour. Among
those present were Misses Mary and Ce
cil Olive, Edna Clark, Florence Botts,
Fannie Birdwell, Agnes Palmer, Ida
Spikes and Miss Fannie McDougal, of
Obion. Some of the gentlemen were
Claude Botts, Leslie Shore, Calvin
McCaw, Claude Woody, Harry Cook
and Moss Fisher.
"Ansa Maria."
Little Bernice Tooms is very ill of
Miss Vera Garrison is attending the
. State Institute at Milan.
Mr. Bob Cunningham is visiting
relatives near Gurley, Ala.
Misses Era and Aly Cunningham, at
tended church a Bethel Sunday.
Mr. W. M. Cunningham has been
quite sick several days this week.
Messrs. George and Gay Cunningham
attended church at Eeelfoot Sunday.
Mr. Bob Glover, of Texas, is the
guest of his mother, Mrs. Fannie
Miss Ella Crockett, of Union City,
was the guest of her sister, Mrs. Ellen
Reeves, last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Tooms spent Sun
day widi Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan
Cravens near Troy.
Mr, Joe Garrison and daughter, Miss
Audie, visited relatives near Kenton
Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. Ellen Donnell spent several
days of last week in Troy at the bed
side of her sister, Mrs. W. C. Cloar.
Rufus, the little son of Mr. Joe
Henderson, fell from a mule one day
last week and broke his arm. He is
doing nicely.
Col. T. R. Inman and Rev. J. W.
Joyner, of Troy, spent Monday with
Uncle Kirk Bynvn who is quite ill at
the home of his daughter, Mrs Nannie
Cunningham. Gayle.
Mrs. Frank Bronn went to Troy
Friday shopping.
Judge Sanders and daughter were in
Protemus Saturday.
Mr. James Smith and wife visited
realatives near Troy Sunday.
Jas. Sanders and sister attended
church at Mt. Ararat Sunday.
Miss Ora Brown was the guest of her
sister, Mr. John Haynie, Sunday.
Miss Vallie Wilson and friend, Mr
Vernio Garrison, of Protemus, were
here Sunday.
Miss Pearl Neeley was the guest of
Misses Jennie and Bessie Brice near
Troy Sunday.
Mr. Powell Cloar, of near Beech,
visited bis parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
Lige Cloar, Sunday.
There will be preaching at Bethel
Sunday afternoon at 3, conducted by
Rev. Geo. Boston. All are invited to
Clay Grady, Rollie Lindsey and Thos
McBroom and Misses Lura Kirk and
Ethel Lindsey, of Protemus visited the
home of Mr. Lee Grady Sunday.
Mr. John Flowers' guests Sunday
were Mr. Henry Osborne and family,
To Be
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is the desire of every
ambitious man. And
where to buy, and
what to buy has been
a perplexing question
in the minds of those
who look at both Qual
ity an d Price in the
Clothes offered them.
Copyright , . (
The House of Kuppenh i
E are now making some special prices in Clothing of High duality
and Stylishly Made that should interest every Man and Young
Man that wants a Stylish Suit at a greatly reduced price. We
have a large range of sizes, from 31 to 50, in all colors, Browns, Grays,
Blacks, Blues and Tans. These are in Cheviots, Serges, Worsteds and
Granits. You can buy now
A fr:00Sui.t $14-75
An $18 50 Suit
1 for -
A ?opa:.s?t.-.--.--..-.$i2.oo A S:00.... .....;....$6.5o
A $13.50 Suit
These are broken lots, taken from our entire stock, not more
than two suits of any one pattern.
The House of Quality
of Protemus; Mr. Sam Grooms and
family and Mr. Thos. Darnell and
family, of Protemus, and Mr. Elmer
Frank Brown's guests Sunday were
Mr. and Mrs. Elonzo Garrison and
mother of Mineral Springs; Mr. Farris
Calhoun and children, of Protemus;
Mr. John Jackson and family, of
Kedron; Miss May Bee and Sudie
If the price of bread stuff is not re
duced it will not be the fault of Num
ber Nine.
L. P. Hailey the lane merchant,
was visiting his sister, Mrs. L. E.
Glover, here Sunday.
J. S. Glover, with his two boys and
Master Darnell Howell, was the guest
of Memphis friends last week while at
tending the reunion.
We thought Prof. Bond was joking
about wanting to work, but we see
him in a blue uniform and a goose
neck, and fighting Gen. Green to the
last ditrh.
Miss Hallie Glover and Miss Nina
Wilson are attending the Institute at
Milan. Kastcb.
Miss Harrye Crockett visited in Union
City last week.
Mrs. E. A. McAdoo is visiting rela
tives in Memphis.
C. L. Moffatt was in Union City
Tuesday. ,
Miss Clara Waynick, of Harrison,
Ark., is visiting her sister, Mrs. Paul
Miss Lottye Bennett has returned
from Memphis, where she visited rela
tives. Miss Mary Tressly, who has been
teaching in Louisville, La., is at home
for vacation.
Mr. Havener, of Arkansas, visited
his son, Dr. J. B. Havener, of this
place, last week.
Charles Brice, an old Troy boy, now
a flourishing insurance man of South
McAlester, Okla., was in Troy last
Mrs. J. O. Bennett and Mrs. J. W.
Brantley X'haperoned a party of the
young people of Troy for day's pleasure
on Eeelfoot Lake last Monday.
Try us a month and notice the differ
ence in the size of your account.
Stone & Rai-xey.
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Use Jersey Cream Flour. None better.
Miss Winnie Davis Moore spent
Tuesday night with Miss Ruth Talley.
Mr. Wm. McGaugh, of Missouri, is
visiting his brother, R. D. McGaugh.
Quite a number of our people at
tended the reunion at Memphis last
Miss Ethel Henderson spent a few
days this week visiting friends in Num
ber Seven.
Mr. and Mrs. V. Voorheis, of St.
Louis, spent Friday night at the home
of Mr. Arch Thompson.
Rev. Waters, of Martin, will fill his
regular appointment at Beulah Sunday.
Hope a large crowd will be present.
Mrs. Arch Thompson returned last
week from a two week's visit to her sis
ter, Mrs. Ethel Garth, in Hickory,
N. C.
Miss Jodie Winston returned to her
home near Fulton last week, after a
week's visit to her cousin, Miss Ruth
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Brevard and
niece, Gerald Steele, returned Monday
from Memphis, where they visited rela
tives and attended the reunion.
Miss Bennie Roberts is visiting her
sister, Mrs. Arch Shuck, at Jackson.
She was accompanied home by Carrie
Shuck, who has been here several
weeks on a visit.
Miss Annie Alexander, of Woodland,
was at Mt. Zion Sunday.
Dr. Connell of Waverly, Tenn., is
here the guest of Mr. Dan MeKelvy.
Rev. Hodges, of the Mississippi Con
ference, preached at Mt. Zion Sunday.
Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Phelps left Fri
day for an extended visit to relatives at
Souierville, Tenn., and other places.
Dr. and Mrs. Peter Prather, of
Woodland, were guests at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. A. K. McConnell Sunday
Mr. Charlie Williams and Misses
Rose Neil Morton and Lena Allen, of
Union City, attended the services at Mt.
Zion Sunday and were the guests of
Misses Clara and Farrar McConnell.
Mesdames Willie Bransford and Mi
nerva McConnell were at Mt. Zion Sun
day, the guests of Mrs. Sudie DuBow.
Mrs. Connell leaves this week for Pierce
City, where she will be with her son,
John McConnell.
Brakin Property Sold.
By virtue of an order of the Chan
cellor, entered at the last April term of
the Chancery Court, Col. Geo. Gibbs
last Saturday sold the property belong
ing to the estate of the late Alex.
Brackin. ,
The property consisted of eight sepa-
J rate tracts of land and town lots. The
Brackin block, consisting of the old
hotel and business houses, located near
the depot, was bought by Geo. Dahnke,
J. P. Verhine and J. A. Coble for
The residence block, where said Brac
kin resided, was sold in three lots.
Walker Martin purchased the "fcouth
half of the block on which the build
ings are located, for $2,100. A. J.
Corum bid in the two vacant lots lo
cated in the same block at $1,501.
The vacant lot on North First Street,
adjoining the Dietzol'' store building,
was bid in by Chas. Alexander
for H. Dietzel, the price paid being
A tenant house just south of the
Palace Hotel was bid in by R. T. Rob
erts for Capt. J. C. Reynolds at $255.00
The Brackin grove, . consisting of
about one s acre, on Harrison street,
south of the Palace Hotel, near the M.
& O. watering tank, was bought by J.
L. Ranson at $452.50.
The 230-acre farm located about
three miles north of town was pur
chased by E. M. Brewer of the Third
District, the price bid being $7,350.00.
The proceeds of the sale aggregate
Any or all of said eight sales are sub
ject to a raise of ten per cent, or more.
Judge Cooper's Court, meets "again in
October, when the biddings will be de
clared closed, the sales confirmed and
deeds passed.

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