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Mr. Charlie Richardson and family w minff to move to Missouri soon. - c. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Porter and wee daughter, Maude, were at Gibbs Sunday eve. Mr. Robert Reeks has been sick with bronchitis for sometime and is reported do better. Mr. Roy Drewry left Sunday night for Nashville where lie has a position on the Signet riant from Nashville to At lanta, Ga. There was preaching at Mr. John Yates' last Iriday night. There was a good attendance and an extra good Bermon. Revs. Ctulin and Toynter both gave us a short talk. Miss Lucile Woodfin, who has been sick with the typhoid fever, is able to sit up some. The lit tle Walker girl is not able sit up any yet. She has had typhoid fever for several months. J. F. McClard and the Thomas boys went hunting last Friday night. They carried their famous coon dogs, "Bob Taylor" and "Watch." "Did you catch anything, boys?" "Only three coons and three opossums." Little Girlie. ROGERS SCHOOL. Miss Sadie Knight is very sick. The people of this community are about to got through sowing wheat. W. L. Green and family visited Mrs. Rebecca Osborne, near Crescent, Sun day. J. L. Rives will this week finish the bouse which ho has been at work on for C. II. Bruer at Hickman. Several attended Sunday School at Mount Manuel Sunday evening. Mr. Todd Thomas and family, from near Woodland Mills, were here Sunday visiting Mr. Thomas' mother, Mrs. Sal lie Thomas, Several of the youngsters attended singing at G. W. Donnell's Sunday night. Mr. Grover McQueen and Miss Fearl Keith were quietly united in marriage at Esquire Bruer's Sunday evening, and we all wish the young couple a long and bappy life together. Charlie Pearson has rented a place in Lake County, to which we suppose he will move shortly. Mr. Robt. Carpenter is building a new residence near Clayton. Donnell Council spent a portion of last week and this with his grandparents near Crystal. , Our people are about to get their crops gathered. Misses May and Zeulah Armstrong are spending a portion of this week at the home of G. W. Armstrong. Several of the farmers here are losing cattle with milk sick.. Messrs, Homer Jones and Jeff West ermann were in Union City last week to rent places for another year. Born, last week to Mr. and Mrs. Tom J Cheatham, a fine baby boy, and to Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Switzer, a fine girl. Mrs. Maud Hicks spent Sunday night with her father, Cheatham Glover. EBENEZER. otne Ready : i Rev. R. B. Garrison preached at Ebc nezer Sunday. Mr. Richard Brown, of McKenzie, is with homefolks this week. Mrs. Emmet Williams was the guest of Mrs. Wyatt Freeman Sunday. Miss Vera Garrison visited Miss Inez Cloar near Protenms Saturday night. Mr. Geo. Cunningham leaves this week for Florida, where he will spend the winter. Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Cunningham, of Ebenezer, spent Saturday night with relatives here. Mrs. G. W. Sturgis and son, Desford, were the recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Garrison. Master Winford Nipp, of near Hick man, is visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Bel ton Ezelle. Mr. Hubbard Hendersou, after a long illness, died at the home of his brother-in-law, Mr. Dock Exuni, near Kenton Friday morning. The remains were brought to Ebenezer last Saturday for interment. Mr. Lennie D. Johnston, of Piggott, Ark., and Miss Minnie Lee Curry were united in marriage at the home of the bride's parents Saturday evening at 7:30 J o'clock, Rev. Burgess Cunningham of-1 nciaung. in is was a quiet nome wea ding, with only the relatives and im mediate friends of the family present. The home was decorated for the occa sion in white and green. The bride was attired in a lovely gown of white messaline and carried white roses and ferns. The wedding march was ren- Get Your II for Winter For the next TEN DAYS we will offer our complete line of House Furnishings at SPECIAL PRICES-the lowest that have ever been offered on a new stock. We price our Velvet and Axminster Rugs at $1.00 $1.35 $1.75 $2.00 $2.25 $2.95 $3.25 and $3.50 We price our Brussels, Velvet and Axminster 9x12 Druggets at $9.00 $11.75 $13.25 $14.75 $19.50 , $20.00 and $22.50 - - Our Matting, in both China and Japan patterns, priced at 3lc 19c 23c and 29c " ' x - Oil Cloths and Linoleums all at Special Prices. Remember that we have one of the biggest and best lines in the city and all we ask is a look. We seldom fail to sell economical buyers. Call early, while our stock is unbroken. Coram lacKson THE DRY GOODS PEOPLE FIRST STREET Phone 44 UNION CITY, TENN. dered by Miss Eula Curry, a cousin of the bride. The groom had with him as best man Mr. Greer, of Martin. The bride is a very charming young woman with beauty of person and character, deservedly popular, and never more beautiful than when led to the altar a blushing and blooming bride. The groom was reared in this community and is a young man of the finest char acter, intelligent and industrious. Mr. and Mrs. Johnston left Tuesday for Pig gott, where they will be at home in the future. Matilda. CRYSTAL. Kersey Bros, will open up a new store here in a few days. Sam Mampton is building a new house on the Sharp farm. N. B. Fluty made a business trip to Martin last Friday. Adkins Whipple is making prepara tions to build a large stock barn. Mrs. Ellen Adams and daughter, Lovie Lee, of Adams Station, are visiting in Crystal. Uncle Buck Isbell, who has been con fined to his room for some time, is im proving slowly. Mr. John Bice is tearing away the "old cottage on the hill" and will build a new up-to-date house. If building new houses and barns and improving the farms are any sign of prosperity, this is about as prosperous a community as you would find anywhere. This has been such a fine fall for work that most all the farmers are through gathering corn and sowing wheat, and some are making preparations to spend a few days outing on the lake. Harry McDaniel, one of Number Three's good farmers, has completed one of the neatest residences in this community and has moved into the same, where he will be at home to all his friends. . Kex. Big Muddy Washed Nut Coal is best for cooking. At Union City Ice & Coal Co, SOUTHEAST CEITTENDON GROVE Miss Lela Thorn spent Saturday and Sunday with homefolks. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wagster Sundayed with Mr. and Mrs. Luther Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wagster and chil dren spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Len Wagster. A few people 'from this vicinity at tended the rolU call meeting at Mount Pelia Saturday. Little Cecil Tanner, who has been suf fering with scarlet fever, is reported some better at this writing. Misses Evalina and Pearl Frizzell and Lillie Conn spent Saturday and Sunday visiting relatives and friends in Fulton. Sunday visitors of Mr and Mrs. W. I. Wagster were Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Callis, of near Rives, and Mr. a. T. Coley and daughter, Miss Pearl, ff ' Jerlha. See Latimer & McCutchan's Vassar shoes, $3.00 value for $2.50, in all leathers. New Officers in Fulton. Hickman, Ky., Nov. 9. The past election gave Fulton County three new officers sheriff, county attorney and assessor. The rest are old officers re elected. The officers for the county and district are as follows: R. J. Bugg, circuit judge; F. S. Moore, representa tive; R. L. Smith, commonwealth at torney; Goalder Johnson, sheriff; S. T. Roper, county court clerk; J. W. Roney, county attorney; Joe Noonan, jailer; W, A. Naylor, county judge; J. W. Morris, circuit clerk ; L. D. Smith, cor oner. Goalder Johnson, for sheriff, landed the largest vote of any of the candidates, coming in on the home stretch with 1,247. He was the young est candidate running and the youngest man that has ever been sheriff of Ful ton County. Ben Dietzel, the City Jeweler, makes a specialty of repair work. Everything guaranteed, at moderate prices. Call 150 for coal of any kind. Society..... Fall-Alexander. J : On Wednesday morning at the home of Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Alexander, on State Line street, was solemnized one of the prettiest home weddings that has been witnessed in Fulton for a number of years, when their daughter, Nelle, was given in marriage to Mr. Ernest Fall. 4 This wedding is the culmination of several years and unites in marriage two of the most popular young people in this city. Mrs. Fall is one of Fulton's favorites among the elite set, and by her social and loyeable qualities has won a host of friends. Mr. Fall is the only son of Mayor J. F. Fall and is one of Fulton's most popular young business men, be ing the junior member of the firm of Fall & Fall. Fulton Leader. Both Mr. and Mrs. Fall have a host of warm friends in Union City who join The Commercial in wishing them long life, happiness and prosperity.- Johnson-Curry. Nov. 6, at 7:30 p. m., at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Curry, a host of friends and relatives listened to the beau tiful ceremony, said by Rev. Burgess Cunningham, which united the hearts of Miss Minnio Lee Curry and Mr. Len nie Johnson, of Piggot, Ark. Miss Eula Curry rendered the wed ding march, and her sister, Miss Giffin,' sang "Everyone is in Love With Some one." The house was beautifully decorated with white chrysanthemums, ferns and asparagus. The bride, who - entered with her brother, Clarence Curry, was very at tractive in a beautiful gown f white satin and carried a sheath boquet'of large white chrysanthemums and ferns. They were preceded to the parlor by the bridesmaid, Miss Ellene Barnes, accom panied by Mr. Gay Cunningham, the M..uv..,u,u uumg muruu in a gown 01 white messaline and carrying a boquet of roses and ferns. The bride and her brother were followed by the grodm and his friend, Mr. Greer, of Martin. After the ceremony the bridal party marched to the beautifully decorated dining room where an elaborate five- course menu was served. Mr. Johnson is a noble young man and is highly esteemed by all who know him, and he has won for his companion a beautiful and accomplished young lady. , Mr. and Mrs. Johnson were the re cipients of many beautiful and valuable presents. The newlyweds left Tuesday morning for their newly furnished home in Pig got, Ark. They have the best wishes of a host of friends. A Friend. Mrs. R. H. Driskill entertained Thurs-' day afternoon with a rook party in honor of Mrs. H.H. Barr, of Dresden. The Junior Review Club meets to-day with Miss Mary Wallace Haydon, Miss Agnes Coble leading, with a lesson from the "History of Rome.". The Wednesday Club met yesterday afternoon with Mrs. J. A. Whipple on Main street. The meeting was post-, poned from Wednesday, and as we go to press at noon Thursday afternoon were not able to report the game. The Review Club met Tuesday after noon with Mrs. J. C. McRee on Home street, with Mrs. D. A. Edwards as lead er. The lesson was "The Political Bet terment of Spain." The club meets next week with Miss Margaret Brans-' ford, with Mrs. J. C. Reynolds as leader. ine uuanng uisii uuu has its n" meeting this evening at the homeft Miss Ida Scheurer. The club is com posed of the following young ladies and gentlemen: Misses Katherine Morris,. Elaine Mitchell, Ida Scheurer, Annie Laurie Griffin, Marie Lockhart. Messrs. Harvey Teague, Chas. Scott, Raymond Mitchell, Carlyle Carter and Will Morris Hardy., 150 SHAVES for . The Sensation Safety Razor is high-class in every respect. On receipt of $1.00 we will mail you one for 3 days trial. If not satisfactory return and we wilL give you your money back. Furnished with 12 blades. New blades, 50 cents per dozen. , Interstate Supply Co., Distributors, P.O. Box 174 Nashville, Tenn.