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I. i. ' . V . y 1 Mrs. Monroe MoCowan was aj guest of Mrs. Si Pruett. Mrs. L. Hovis, of Fayet guest of Mrs. Babe Hovis. Woo'se Womack , was tor on our streets Tuesd; C. Li Jones, of Humbo family the first of the weel Miss Martha Wade has returned from a visit to friends in Tipton. ' . . The infant twins of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Dickey have for several days been very ill. f Sacramental services will be ebse'r Sunday morning at the Cumi Presbyterian Church. The Misses Ships, of Number Seven, entertained a select few of the beaux and belles Tuesday night. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Will Carter . last Sunday were Mr. . and Mrs. J. S. Bean and Mr. and Mrs. Zack Warren. Mr. Bunney Eoan and daughter, .. Aletha, of Beech, were guests of Mr. ,: and Mrs. Holland Bittick the first of the week.' Mr. and Mrs. Chester Erwin enter tained some of their friends Friday night. Brick cream and cake were - served. What is there more absurd than cele brating the fourth on the third, yet to tell the truth the wily fish are still in the briny deep, while the suckers are on top and willing to float with the tide. So look out Union City, we have taken vour bait and will visit you on the Fourth. "Anna Maria. OAK GROVE. Miss Estelle Reneau, of Hickman, ; Ky., attended church at Beulah Sun ' day.. Rev. Robertson, of Martin, preached two very interesting sermons at Beulah '.Sunday. Quite a number of our young people attended the band concert in Union City Friday night. Miss Teresa Talley has returned home after a two weeks visit to friends and relatives at Fulton. Mr. and Mrs. M. P. McMurry went to Hornbeak Wednesday to attend District Conference, Miss Carrie Naylor, who has been teaching school in Oklahoma, is at home spend the summer. Mrs. John Godwin, of Nashville, spent Saturday and Sunday with her sister, Mrs. W. C. Barham. Mrs. W. P. Hughes, of Fulton, spent Saturday and Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Georgo Bufford. Mr. and Mrs. Arch Huddleston and daughter, Marion, of Fulton, spent Sun- day l,Smie of C. S. Talley. Ipntgomery, of I tuests of M. lay. Vjmpson 3 iy for y I the ) nt 3 o4 wmii W "L. loo iek CI 0 HI I I - "V MB HOQtfVMim Bk VIH III HUH II n I House i nheimer Clothing of High duality est every Man and Young greatly reduced price. We fn all colors, Browns, Grays, iots, Serges, Worsteds and -a J?