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Mr. and Mrs. Chester Erwin were in Union City Friday. Mcsdames W. 0. and McAdoo Harris vere in town Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Stirling visited in Nuuber Seven last Sabbath. - Tuesday n ight a select few were enter tained at rook by Miss Edna Clark. Mm. Ora Pyles visitei her daughter, Miss, Eva, in Jackson Saturday and Sunday. Guests for the day Friday of Mrs. L. J. Bonner were Mrs. Knox Harper and Mrs. Dell Harper. Mr. and Mis. Thurman I'hcbus, of Union City, were recent guests of Mr. and Mm. J, V. Thome. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Moffatt, of Obion, were guests of Mrs. Oscar Clein n ions the first of the week. Miss Edna Clark attended the re hearsal of Miss Martha Fowlkes' ex pression class Monday night. Gus Callieott has bought the Jerry Spikes residence on Caldwell avenue and is giving it a general overhauling. Mrs. J. D. Littleton and daughter, Miss Lila, of Union City, were guests Friday and Saturday of Mrs. W. L, Clemmons. . Saturday afternoon in the home of Mrs. E. P. Lindscy the children of our town will be given an opportunity to organize a Jun,ior Society. t . In the election Saturday W. J. Cald well was elected magistrate. Mr. Cald well is one of our best citizens pnd w ill make the county a good officer. The Claxtonian Literary Society will give a public meeting in the early after noon of the 18th' inst. in tho school auditorium. Fatrons and friends cor dially invited. Our new railroad bridges across Obion lliver are in suspension, so far as being any use to the public. The contractors have vamoosed and the county will not receive a bad job. Monday afternoon we had the pleas ure of assisting the faculty of the school check off the new books for the library. The bindings of nine-tenths of these books are very durable and some of them very dainty aud beautiful. The subjects are varied, interesting and in structive; in fact, well suited to enter tain the students of the three depart ments -primary, intermediate and high school. .Ansa Maria. JORDAN. Mr. Paul Kerlin is here fronr Coul ter, 111., the guest of his father, .0... B. Kerlin. Mrs. Nat Turner and little son, Car . tor, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Carter. v - Dr. and Mrs. P, A. Moore spent Sun day night in Clinton with Mrs. Moore's mother, Mrs. Farris. Mr. Arch McMurry and Miss Mary Shuck attended the opera in Union City Saturday night. Misses Jane and Louise McConnell fpent Saturday night in Union City the guests of Misses Beth and Ruth Mc Connell. .Miss Clara Lee McConnell, of Pierce City, Mo., was married to Mr. Sam Mc Iteynolds, of that place, on Feb. 4. Mrs. McReynolds is the daughter of Mr. John McConnell, formerly of this place. Her many friends here extend to them their best wishes. Kentucky. See our bargain shoes at half price. Jones. shoe counter for Hardy, Malone & LIBERTY. We have several cases of mumps in thid vicinity. Master Elvie Caldwell, of Ebenezer, spent Sunday here with relatives. , Several from here went to Union City to the first Monday horse trading. Mr. J. M. Caldwell has rented out his farm and will move to Hornbeak. Mr. Joe Gore moved, his family to the B. Garrison farm where he will reside this year. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Barnes enter tained the young people to a play party Monday night. , Rev. Frizzell filled his regular appoint ment here with an able sermon to a very gooil 'audience. Mr. Billie Garrison- had three loads of corn hauled to Troy Saturday and sold it for'$3.50 per barrel. ; v F. B. Caldwell and family, of Fre mont, spent Saturday night and Sun day hero with relatives. Chas. Caldwell and family, of Fre mont, and brother spent the night and day recently with relatives here. The Huteherson boys have sold their land heie to Messrs. Bright Hutclierson, Bud Gore and Jas. Tustan and had it surveyed recently. Scriiwler. CAKE CREEK., V , Herbert Bow Is returned home Friday from "Missouri. " - Little Voiena Jackson is reported bet ter at this writing. Mr. F. W. Bell, of Martin, was in this vicinity on business this week. Mr. and Mrs. Will Laster and family left last week for Caruthersville, Mo. Miss Tearl Floyd spent Saturday and Sunday with bomefolks at Union City. The sick of this vicinity are Mrs. J. H.Baker, Mrs. Horace Fields and Mrs. John King. . Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hazelwood, of Gard ner, visited Mrs. Hazelwood's parents Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ruby Harrison spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mrs. Harrison's grandmother, Mrs. Dillard. Burning plant beds is under headway. Great preparation is being made for a big crop of the weed, and if favorable weather continues a few more days the sowing will be completed. Tho stork passed over last week and left a little boy and a little girl at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Will Hill, and also a pair of little girls at the home of Mr. 8nd Mrs. Arthur White.' The death angel visited the home of Mr. John Hannin and took from him his step-daughter, Miss Bculah Matin's, aged 14 years and one day. She had suf fered from lung trouble almost all her life. She was laid to rest in the Gard ner Cemetery by the side of her mother, who died 10 days previous to Beulah. White Rose. M mis mu TP A aos ' PLEASANT HILL. Mr. Talmage Johnson spent last week with friends in Kentucky. ' Mrs. EmmaCullom and mother were guests of friends near Whiteside Sunday. Many from here attended Sunday school and preaching at Whiteside last Sunday. Mr. Jess Priest, of Fremont, was the guest of relatives here Saturday and Sunday, . . Mr. Von Davis and family, of Union City, were the guests of Elgyan Callis last Saturday. Messrs. Earl Shore and Slade Edmais- ton were the guests of Mr. Ernest Cul lom recently. 1 ' " Miss Hannio McGowan, from Ebe nezer, was the' guest of her sister near here last tyeek.' y. ":-') ., JMr.v Clyde. FUzgejraht and: 'children were the guests of Mrs. Elias Callis last Monday evening. !Mr. Ernest Oullom, Miss Carrie Cal lis and brother were the guests of Mrs. Sarah Callis last "Tuesday night. . ' , Me8damcs Dell and Learon Callis and Misses Ruth and Pearl Callis Were the guests of Mrs.Matt Litchford Monday afternoon. - Mr. Jas. Clark and family and Mr. Denson and family were the guests of Mr. Earl Shore and his mother lust Sat urday night " ' Mr. ,and Mrs. Clyde Fitzgerald enter tained by giving a party recently. Quite a number were present and all seemed to have an enjoyable time. Those on the sick list last week were Lillian Arnold, Mrs. Henry Callis, Miss Kate Kirkman and sister, Darice, and little brother, and Miss Carrie Callis and brother. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Callis Entertained about sixty with a party last Tuesday night. All reported a nice time. The boys brought a pound and the girls a carpet ball. A prize was given to the boy bringing the nicest pound and to the girl bringing the largest carpet ball. Mr. Atrue Jones was the lucky boy and Miss Carrie Callis won the other. Mayflower. Not a Clearing-Out Sale of Refused, Siiop-Worn Shelf Goods. Facts are our line is made of a full assortment of nevv fresh goods. Not a cheap line of inferior Paint, but Crusader. So "nuf-sed." Not tools to ruin a neat job. Use Blue Grass and have your work noticed. Not the fence to cause trouble. You all know the Royalfield Fence. Not an imitation plow, but the only genuine Oliver Chilled. Not the range to make any cook fuss. We sell the only Majestic Range. We could use this entire paper to tell just' what we carry in each line, but we want our friends to come in and see for themselves, as this is always the most sat factory plan. V All we ask is that you inspect our line and the goods will sell qn their merits. We know our goods to be selected from the best stock, and we know it is only just that you get a dollar's worth. ' Come one, come all I Take some of our time. We want you to see a real live line of good stuff at Reasonable Prices; - IF THERE IS ANYTHING YOU WANT TO KNOW, SEE THAT FELLOW HARRIS He wants to meet every man, woman and child in this county, and he will make ; it to your interest to look him up before buying. v "EVERYTHING BUT HIGH PRICES." A, B. HARRIS, Manager. UNION CITY. TENN. ii - I I J RONEY. Mrs. Cleek is about well again. W. J. Tucker was in Troy Saturday. Guy Walker is now a citizen of our burg. - . J. E. Lee was the guest of Martin friends last week. Mrs, Robert Reed has been quite ill for the past ten days. J. R. Williams preached an able ser mon t Zion last Sunday. Sill Suttent was the guest of relatives in Lake County last week. Mrs. Minne Roney.was the guest of John Roney and wife Sunday. J. S. Shaw and J. F. Lee passed through here Sunday en route to Union City. Lumber hauling from J. C. Lee's mill seems to be giving many of the farmer boys employment. Tip Ransom's little daughter, Bertha, is in a serious condition. About a year ago she fell from the stairs and broke her spine just below the waist. Her suffering is try great. ' Mrs. Mary Miller died last Thursday night of heart failure. Mrs. Miller was a good woman and she will be missed very much by her sister, Mrs. Corum, with whom she had made her home about four years, and Jby her many friends. Her remains were inferred at Cobb's Chapel Friday afternoon Jay the sido of her husband and all her chil dren but one William Blackley, of Hornbeak. - Gossip. . , ... i Men's fine hats, former price, $3.00, now fl.75.. Hardy, Malone & Jones. : V CAMPGROUND. R. L. Howell visited in Troy Sunday. W. D. Tune visited at PJeasant Hill Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Butts visited Mrs. Connie Pardue Sunday. Mary Olive spent Tuesday night with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Howell. Messrs. J. W. Barnes and Cham Ed wards were at the lake Thursday. Mr. Clarence Curry passed through this vicinity Saturday en route to Obion. Mrs. Lizzie Farris, of Caruthersville Mo., is visiting relatives and friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Clanton entertained several of their young friends Friday night. Mr. John Douglas and familyisited at the home of T. C. Ward last Satur day night. Messrs, Lute Marshall, and Clinton Smith made a business trip to Union City last Monday. "Aunt Shug" Hurt is very ill at the home of J. M. Bright. She is suffer ing from a severe attack of pneumonia, but we hope for an early recovery. Mrs. Maggie Barnes entertained a few of her friends Friday. Those present were Mrs. Farris, of Caruthersville, Mo., Mrs. Anna Smith and son, Farris, and Mrs. Bonnie Maxwell, of Troy. On Feb. 6 Mr. and Mrs. Walter My ers entertained a number of their friends and relatives in honor of their daugh ter, Miss Martha, that being her 15th birthday. A nice dinner was served and enjoyed by all present. Wanted! Wanted! Bring all your old iron, bones, rags, , rubber boots, shoes, metals and furs. Will pay the highest market price. Am buying hundreds of dollars worth every week. Phone 541. OMiee in lecoy Duck factory. Hvman Shapiro, Union City, Tenn. this , SAMBURC Lon King, of Troy, was here week. Mrs. Nannie Page is very sick at this writing. Uncle Gus Cockran was in our town Saturday. . The stork visited Mr. and Mrs. Har din Long and left a fine boy. Mr. Don Hamilton, "of near Union City, was in our midst Sunday. Bro. C, A. Jackson delivered two fine sermons at Shaw's Chapel Sunday. Mr. Ike Frodge, the soldier boy, and wife, are housekeeping near Samburg. Miss Nona Rainwater is spending the week with her sister, Mrs. Fred Bran non. ' The infant babe of Mrs. Walter Hays died last Friday night and was buried at Antioch Saturday. Mr. John Moses and daughter, Car rie, of Hornbeak, were here visiting R. A. Tankersley 's folks Saturday. A charming young couple of our community, Mr. Albert Nation and Miss Alice Hayncs, were joined in wed lock Wednesday evening. We had a little shooting scrape in our town Friday night. Mr. Irie Rubles and Fred Brannon shot each other in the arm. Dr. Hite attended their in juries and neither is thought to be se riously hurt. Julia ing type in suits for spring and summer wear, though there are many others, rather more closely fitted than those now worn, and short for the most part. Skirts have yokes and pleatings in va rious forms, though our old short plain skirts are seen on tho very latest arrivals from Paris. TOP COATS AND COSTUMES. For top or extra coats, the coat-suit is presented in especially pretty designs and promises to bo more popular than it was last autumn. These take the place of a dress, or cover one, and are both smart and practical. The Russian models are quite as good for extra coats of silk, or cloth, and for runabout wear long loose models of cheviots or plaids have collars of burnt orange, scarlet or NEW YORK FASHIONS Drapery Styles for Dainty Materi als New Suits and Waists. The pretty fabrics and hats and sum mer gowns shown at all the shops make a woman realize that it won't be long now untfl spring is here and everyone is planning for new clothes. DRAPERY STYLE CONTINUES. One can have dress lengths of new cottons, foulards or other flexible mate rials made up after any of the pretty ankle, or knee, draped skirt models, and be assured that these will continue good style until autumn at least. Mod ified princess and Moyenago types are coming m in the latest Paris importa tions. The kimono waists with sleeves cut in one with the bodice are revived in Paris models as are also the short plain skirts of two seasons back. RUSSIAN coats and slits. ' -The Russian bloused coat is the lead- ;1f w WW 4 Mi mi I Lincoln green. Rough silks and mo hairs of the same character will follow these. PRETTY NEW LINGERIE. Combinations, two garments in one, are growing in favor with discriminating people, who realizo the importance of good cut, well fitting underwear if the figure is to appear trim, Women who like French daintiness of material and trimming with American correctness of cut and finish are buying Defender un derwear. Made here in a well lighted factory, under ideal industrial condi tions, these bring to the woman of av erage means the best possible value at a moderate xsost. Their liberality of cut insures a comfortable fit and the size marked can be relied upon while the finish and styles are dainty and up-to- date. A SMART LINEN FROCK. A smart linen frock ' for Southern wear is made in princess style with front panel extending to a yoke of Irish laco. On - each side of the panel a belt goes ' about the waist, and the skirt is pleated below the flat tunic effect. Sleeves end at tho elbow w here they meet long cuffs of Irish lace, and these and the front panel are braided in cotton soutache the color of the linen. NEW HATS AND WAISTS. Leghorn and Milan braids with horse hair are the material used for the more dressy models and very coarse rough braids are smart for more general wear. Turban shapes of tulle or metal gauze are the present fad and go well with the turban coiffure, which is tho most ad vanced style of hair dressing. For wear with ppring suits chiffon cloth waists the color of the suit, made up in jumper and kimono styles over white lace or net linings which extend to the neck and wrist forming the yoke and long cufs, are among the smartest models shown. For remodeling a lace waist this style offers many possibili ties. Lucy Carter. A call for 150 brings the'al wagon. Union City Ice and Coal Co. The aSove design Is by The McCall Com pany, New tow. Designers ana maKen 'A McCall Patterns. C & St. t. TIME TABLE. Arrive t'nioii City. EAST HOUND. No. 55.. 7.46 a. in. No. 3.3.00 p.m No. 5.3.. 11.15 p.m. west nousn No. 52. .0.44 a.m. No. 4. ..12.40 p.m No. 54J.7.52 p.m.