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G r Baptist people will begin their . Jue'eting here Sunday, Aug. 1. ; - .Mrs. L. E. Glover has returned from ait extenea visit to relatives in Arkan- Mr. Kirk Brown is spending this week at Dawson Springs; Miss Elizabeth Cashon, of Hornbeak, visited relatives here last week. ', Rev. Burgess Cunningham is spending Mr, Luther Hendrix and wife, of a few days with friends at McKenzie. Paragould, Ark., are visiting the latter's 1 mother of this place. Miss Edna Barnes has returned to v her home in Elbridge after an extended visit to her Minniek friends. ' Mr. Earl Canada, of Wilson Ark., ha8 been visiting his brother, Will Can , ada, of this place last week. Mr. Ed Nipp, after spending speveral months in Florida, has returned home. A party of Ebenezer young people spentThursday fishing on Eeelfoot Lake, Miss Maggie McGowen spent Saturday night with her sister, Mrs. Henry Callis, of Whiteside. . Mr. M. O. Garrison and daughter, Miss Myrtle, returned from Dawson Mr, M. Eason and Mr. E. D. Eth- ridge, two good citizens of the western Springs Sunday part of the county, stopped with Min- Mr. and Mrs. B. Ezelle and little iiick friends Sunday. . daughter, Jessie, are visiting Mr. and Master Queet Glover is trying to Mrs. Alton Nipp near Hickman, make a record for himself as frog Mkse8 Alio and Au(ie Garriaon and shooter, having brought in several one Mrs. Dora Eeeves spent iilst Thursday day last week that he had shot. with Mrs j M CaWwen of Proteinus. Miss Mary Tidrow will begin her Mr, fvnd Mrs. .Eobert Phillips, of luu01 ac i.ong s xuonuay. Miss Mary Cloverdale, visited the latter's parents, s aiiuuier one 01 tne numerous teach ers that Prof. Bond has equipped. That means that she will make a successful teacher, , v " , Some of our bef.'cizens attended an unveiling at Mt. Moriah Sunday. Sovs. L. D, McKenzie, John Osterholt and Prof. E. H. Bond went as Woodmen brethren to the unveiling of Sov. Newt Graham's monument at Mt. Moriah Sunday. ' " Eastcs " Mr.'and Mrs.W. C. McDaniol, last week. Miss Vara Garrison, who is teaching at Protemus, is with honiefolks this week, having suspended school on count of the Protemus meeting. The young people of this community were highly entertained at an ice cream supper given at tho homo of Mr. an Mrs. Elbert Garrison last Saturday night. Gayi.e OBITUARY. BETHEL. Born to Mr. and Mrs. girl. Will Kirk, a In Memory of Mrs. Teunie Curlin The many friends of Mrs. Tennie Curlin were shocked and grieved at her death, which occurred July 15 at he Mr. Dick Muse is not riding for his home on Church Street. She leaves a health. husband and one daughter to mourn her w , ... ,. . . .. departure from this life. She had been ..uau unesuuig m over in tins ,n bad health for some time. She had community. a light stroke of paralysis and just one Miss Nannie SanrWa vwitoH pfo I week later the death angel visited her m.ia tr,0, TK-.ri home and took tlle fairest tiower, -j'- which was mother. She was patient uranama bmitli, of Iroy, is visiting and endured her suffering with passive- her son, James, this week. ness- bne na(1 many friends who lov- ,r .. ed her kind heart and goodness. She juwuug uegius at uetnei tne second was a devoted member of the C, V isunday in August. All are invited. Church, joining many years ago, and A large crowd from the Sander's Chapel neighborhoodwas through here Wednesday en-route to Reelfoot Lake. Mr. Lee 0. Anderson, painter of Protemus, is making our new school house look real nice with a fine coat of paint. Mrs. Anna Primrose and children visited Mrs. Primrose's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm, McDaniel, Saturday night. Trixie. OAK RIDGE. Quite a refreshing shower Monday. Mr. Wilford King and family, of Uielph, were visiting here Sunday. Mr. Holland Arnold, of Troy, was! Jiere Sunday paying some polite calls. i Misses Lessie and Lennie Neely, of Hornbeak, attended church here Sun day. J. A. Hutchison, of Baird, Tex., was! here Thursday of last week transacting business. . Gene Crabtree and family, of Guelph, were the guests of W. W. Sowell at this place last Sunday. Mr. Eddie Call and family, of Marin- gouin, La., have returned home after an extended visit here. The farmers of this vicinity are look ing forward to good prices for cotton, and ye scribe does hope they won't be disappointed. ' ' A party consisting of C. Upton and family, S. E. Carpenter and wife and) Walter Miller and wife went to the lake Tuesday for a few days outing. Messrs. Hutchison, Sowell and Huey have about 160 acres of wheat to thresh yet. Wheat is being damaged to a great xtent by the continued rains. Some lias already sprouted in the shock. Uncle Zebe. JORDAN. Mrs. J. A. Phelps returned Saturday from Somerville. Dr. P. A. Moore and Master John Crenshaw spent Sunday at Fulgham. Miss Ruth McConuell, of Union City, and Miss Kate McConnell, of Cayce, are .guests of Miss Louise McConnell. Miss Clara McConnell left Wednesday - for Dawson Springs, accompanied by Mrs. M. V. Miles, of Union City. Miss Archie Satterfield, of Trenton, and Mr. Arthur Stephens, of Kimmons, and Miss Ora Pace, of Union City, are the guests of Misses Minnie and Nellie Bo wen. The supper at Mt. Zion Friday night was largely attended and every one seemed to enjoy themselves. There was $216.00 taken in that night. We appreciate the liberal patronage of our the seeds that were sown in her child hood brought forth good fruit, Everything that loving hearts with hands could do was done, but to no aavil, for death was as sure as the flowers in the garden are to droop their heads and die. So let us gather the roses of life while we may, for time is Hying and flowers and life that are to day sweet and blooming tomorrw may be dying. There is no death, the stars go down To rise on some other shore, And brighten in Heaven's jeweled crown. They shine forever more. There is no death, the forest leaves Convert to life tho viewless air, The rocks disorganize to feed The hungry moss they bear. There is no death the dust we tread, Shall change beneath the summer showers To golden grain or rainbow-tinted flowers. There is no death, the choicest gifts That Heaven hath kindly lent to earth Are first to seek the country of their birth. There is no death, Leaves fall and flowers pass away They only await through wintry hours The warm sweet breath of May. And all things that groweth for joy, That is worthy of our care, Mother's loss has left us desolate, , But is safely garnered there. Though life has become a waste We know its sweetest flower Is transplanted in paradise, To adorn the immortal bower. Although with breaking hearts, With sable garb and silent tread, We bear this lifeless dust to rest, And saythat it is dead. She has but dropped the robe of clay To put the shining raiment on; She has not wandered far away, She is not lost or gone. Though disenthralled and glorified, She is there to love us yet, The dear ones she has left behind, She can never forget. Sometimes when our hearts grow faint, Amid temptations fierce and deep, Or when the wildly raving waves Of grief or passion sweep. We feel upon our fevered brow Her touch, the breath of balm, Her arms enfold us, and our hearts Go comforted and calm. Ever near us, though unseen, The dear spirit tread; For the boundless universe is life, ' And there is no dead. Lonely thou hast left us mother In this cheerless world to roam, We often think we hear thy voice In the chambers of our home. Sadly mother we are weeping, Over one sad vacant place, But we cherish thy sweet memory, Until we see thy heavenly face. Sad is the home without you, mother How we miss thy sweet smile, But thou will look down from glory, And be the guardian angel for thy child. Claudia. LEADERS IN QUALITY, LEADERS IN STYLE. !!!! nn II II 1 1 I A UIDOVO SJ D rf J nnn I n n noa- cinnn WAVING decided to make extensive improvements in bur building; and wishing; to greatly reduce our stock before the contractors beg-in their work, we are going to make prices on CLOTHING never before heard of in Union City. Choice of Any Suit 4 II m in uur House tnr gr 'if -u fn Strictly lywCASH! Sale Begins Friday, July 30, and Continues Until Saturday Night, August 14. Nothing reserved in this sale. This includes all of our $30.00, $27.50, $25.00, $22.50 and $20.00 suits. We have a complete assortment of colors, all mannishly tailored. CMIclFeiri9 ClotMmgjo All of our large stock of Children's Clothing goes in this sale at actual wholesale prices. Don't miss this opportunity to buy your children's clothino-! MEN'S STRAW AND PANAMA HATS All of our stock of Men's Straw and Panama Hats go in this sale at half price. You can now buy a $7.50 Panama for $3.75; a $6.00 Panama for $3.00; a $5.00 Panama for $2.50; a $5.00 Straw Sailor for $2.50; a $4.00 Straw Sailor for $2.00; a $2.50 Straw Sailor tor $1.75; a $2.00 Straw Sailor for $1.00; a $1.50 Straw Sailor for 75 cents. THE SHOE DEPARTMENT In this department we find that we have largely over bought in Men's, Women's and Children's Fine Oxfords, and we are going to sell them at wholesale prices. Bring your family along while you can get them all Oxfords at Cost. This is no odds-and-ends sale. Everything in these lines go in this sale. Remember the dates July 30 to Augurt 14, 1909. ARBY, MALONE & JONES UNION CITY, TENN ONE PRICE. STRICTLY CASH. many friends. Ke!Ttucky.