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Moans I will make farm loans on lands located in Obion and Weakley Counties, Tenn., and in Fulton Coun ty, Ky., at the rate of 5 per cent per annum on loans of $2,000 or more on first class improved farms. Forty per cent of the full value of a farm will be loaned. Loans made on farms of fifty acres or more on five years time with privilege to borrower of paying same after one year in full or making any size partial payment de sired at intervals of six months after one year from date of loan, interest being stopped on par tial payments made. -, O. SPRADLIN Attorney-at-Law Union City, - Tenn. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Mr. Turn Belcher visited Humboldt ! last week.. Bowdi'ii Chambers spirit Sunday with country friends. Take your wool to W. G. Reynolds. Miss Maud Nichols Sundaycd with Number Seven friends. Miss Marie Brevard, of Hickman, was a visitor here Saturday. Dr. J. F. McMichael made a profes sional visit to Trenton this week. Tennessee wagons at Nailling-Keiser Hardware Company. The Review Club will meet next Tues day at the home Lf Mrs. Lexie Parks, with Mrs. Cullie Mcliee as leader. The tenth, eleventh and twelfth chapters of "Bravo Little Holland" will be the study for the day. Dr. Salmon, of Nashville, and Mrs. V. T. Salmon and little daughter, of Oklahoma City, Okla., are in the city visiting Dr. Salmon's daughter, Mrs. R. M. Whipple, at the Whippl? home on Fifth street. Mr. Donahue, of Tleasant Valley, has been very ill for several days, Mr. Donahue is in the 80's and a veteran of the Mexican War, having a very beauti Col. R. Z. Taylor, of Trenton, was a ful badge given him for some "risky business visitor in town this week. Mrs. Rufe Phipps was here shopping j Tuesday, also Mrs. T. Ownby, of Martin. Messr3. Dodd and Freeman, of Mar tin, visited the Elks Lodge Monday night. Bon Air coail best and cheapest at Union City Ice & Coal Co. deed" performed while in service. Forester & Forester are the men that sell the land that makes the money to buy the clothes that you wear and the food that you eat. So .1 see them it you want something better than gold bonds. Mr. B. F. Beckham, of the firm of Mrs. F. W. Moss, of Harris, was in Ueckham & JHayes, went to Obion Mn, the city Friday visiting Mrs. Mabry day and sold to G. R. Berry, of near Cutler. lry e rsat Murphy farm ot -4u r;aa si,!nn n,l T?a.il f w n.lw, - acres wllit;l1 is located near Obion, the Seven, were guests of Mrs. Geo. Stovali r, ""'"s '4"w"- uie same nrm soiu mo .AicAiisier uirni, southwest of the city, to Dr. C, V. Miles at f 00 per acre. Dr. H. G. Robinson and family, who Tuesday. Miss Frude Turner, of Kenton, was the Sunday guest of the Misses Nichols on Lilac street. $20.00 ranges are still going at Nailling-Keiser Hardware Co. Dr. Holloway and family are at home to their many friends at their new resi dence on Harrison street. Mr. Lea Garth is this week attending ' Can you hang out some of my sum mer things to air to-day?" the telephone girl asked. "No," said her mother, "the line is Presbytery of the Southern Presbyteri- new Nailling building his office will be recently moved to Union City from Hickman, Tenn., are now housekeep ing at the corner of Sixth street and Washington avenue. , Dr. Robinson's dental odieo is now located in the Nail ling building over Latimer & McCutch an's, but after the completion of the bus. Ituffalo Express. .. i T "I remember your face very well," he said, "but really I have forgotten your name. " - "It doesn't matter," she replied, "I've had two different names since we met, anyhow." Chicago Record-Her ald. Men and Women Wanted an Church at Brownsville. Mrs. P. W. Johnson and daughter, Mrs. Lea Garth, visited relatives and friends at Cayce this week. f 20.00 ranges are still going at Nail ling-Keiser Hardware Co. removed No. 3. and will be located in room A call for 150 brings the coal wag.n. Union City Ice & Coal Co. Miss Sue Reeves has returned from a visit to the family of her brother, W. D. Reeves, in Helena, Ark. Mrs. Dick Edwards will conduct the "story hour" at the Methodist Church Charleston Opening with a reception at the city hall, the exercises preliminary to the presentation to the battleship South Carolina of the silver service provided for the ship by the State whoso name she bears were begun in earnest at The reception was tender- 1 1 F y:: - mm I ' 7 M W H um Clothes Are made right, fit right and priced right and will make you a permanent customer. Once wear our clothes and you will not forget us. :: :: :: :: The style in the picture will give you an idea of the appearance of the season's smartest apparel, and the appearance of Our Clothes. But to appreciate their true value the clothes themselves must be seen. We will show you this splendid tailoring, the exclusive class and material. We will demonstrate to you why the lines are made to suit and fit any form, and you will see how they give the wearer that air of refinement to be gotten only from clothes designed by expert craftsmen. 'uw.S!i-Ac: Men's and Young- Men's Suits of Merit $5.00 to $25.00 Boys' Suits $2 to $10 The Government Pay. Railway Mail Clerk. , $800 to $1,200, and Other Employee. , up to $2,500 Annually. Uncle Sam will hold examinations throughout the country for Railway Mail Clerks, Custom House Clerks, Stenographers, Bookkeepers, Depart mental Clerks and other Governmental Saturday afternoon at 3 o clock. ed in honor of Gov. Ansel, Assistant The many friends of Mr, and Mrs. Secretary of the Navy Winthrop and Mabry Cutler are very sorry to hear other distinguished guests that their little son is not improving. Telephone Union City Ice & Coal Co. when you want coal right now. Mrs. R. A. Keen, of Atlanta, is home Positions. -Thousands of appointments I visiting her mother, Mrs, Cora Callihan. will be made. Any man or woman flier husband will join her here on the over 1 8, in city or country, can get in- 25th inst. struction and free information by writ ing at once to the Bureau of Instrue tion, 1049 Hamlin Building, Roches ter, N. V. J. E. HUDSON DENTIST Office in NitilHnsr Building, over Iitimer & Mc Cutchnn's Shoe Store, Union City, Tenn. Permanent location in the new Nailling build ing when completed. rhone 223. S. K. Davidson DAVIDSON "W J. O. StubUi AlBBS DENTISTS Office In the C. B. A. Building, front room, second iloor UNION CITY, TENN. J. C. BURDICK Wholesale and Retail Reelfoot Lake and Mississippi River Fish (Si Game Oysters in Season. Same old stand, near the ice factory. Union City Veterinary Hospital All kinds of Surgery or Dental Work. DAY OR NIGHT CALL GLOSSON BROS., Props. Phone 544. UNION CITY. TENN. Master James Wilson Russell had the misfortune to break his left arm Wed nesday morning while running on the college grounds. Misses Calhoun and Akins spent Sun day with Rives friends. We understand Miss Calhoun leaves shortly for Ros well, New Mexico, A. E. Caldwell & Co. want to buy all your wool and will pay the highest market price' Mesdames Clemmons and Bolts, of Rives, visited here Wednesday, purchas ing some very beautiful ferns from our florist, Mr. Fostma. A beautiful and high-class entertain ment was very much enjoyed at the home of Mrs. J. Olive in Number Sev en Saturday evening. J. L. Haguewood, of Rutherford, was here Wednesday attending the organi zation of the West Tennessee Retail Hardware Dealers Association. John Deere implements are sold by Nailling-keiser Hardware Co. The District Attorney of Pittsburg is in possession of the registers of the Hotel Imperial of New York, which are expected to reveal the name of the man as yet unnamed, who is alleged to have furnished the bribe money for Fittsburg Couneilmen to Charles Stewart. A coalition between Kepubliean ' in surgents" and Democrats against the provision in the legislative bill appro priating $2,500 for maintenance of -the Speaker's automobile resulted in the re jection of that part of the conference re port by the House. , ' flfp T Lame YOUR SUNDAY PpJ Have you noticed the new Sunday features just added to the SUNDAY NEWS SCIMETAR? Five Comic Color Pages THE BEST EVER Eight Special Feature Pages FOUND IN NEWS SCIMETAK ONI.Y LIVELY, UP-TO-DATE BIG DOUBLE SPORT PAGE A Paper for the Home and the People BUY IT TRY IT Five cent a copy. Mailed $1.50 a year Sunday News Scimetar MEMPHIS, TENN. Mr. and Mrs. Hubbs, in company with Mr. and Mrs. Neil Botts, leave to night for Los Angeles, Cal. We wish these good people much success in their new homes. Mrs. W. H. Gardner and Mrs. Lou Mott left this week for a visit to Helena, Ark. Mrs. Gardner is visiting Mrs. C. S. Fitzpatrick and Mrs. Mott is visiting her son and family. .. , . When you think that Forester & Forester haven't something that will make you money you are mistaken. Try them. , W. L. White and T. L. Biansford, delegates, and Revs. J. G. Clark, W. C. Sellars and C. C. Newbill are attending District Conference of the M. E. Church in annual session at Sharon. Rev. J. L. Hudgins will preach com mencement sermon for Kenton High School next Sunday night and there .will consequently be no preaching at the local C. F. Church that night. We gladly welcome to the circle of newspaper correspondents the name of 'Fawpaw" from Clayton. The letters are very interesting and we would thank Mr. "Fawpaw" to send us some more. Buy your lawn chairs and settees at Caldwell's Book Store. They are sold cheap. An aching back is instantly relieved by an application of Sloan's Liniment. This liniment takes the place of massage and is better than sticky plasters. It penetrates without rubbing through the skin and muscular tissue right to the bone, quickens the blood, relieves congestion, and gives permanent as well as temporary relief. Here's the Proof. Mr. Jaime O. Lek, of 1100 9th St., S.KVa9liiii!rtnn,I.0., writes: "Thirty year ago I fell from n scaffold and surf-, onsly Injured my buck. I fluttered terri bly at tiiims ; from llie small of my bnrk all around my stomach whs Just as if I bad been beiitan with a club. 1 used every plnster 1 could (ret with no relief. Sloan's Liniment to .k the pain right out, and 1 can now do its much bidder work as any man in the (hop, tuaiiks to Sloan's Liniment THERE'S A HAT To please every . taste and to suit every form in our immense line for this season. If you are going to the reunion, to the city, or anywhere, you'll need a trunk, a suitcase of some sort, shirts, collars, tie. We have the right kind , OUR SHOES Have you seen our great line of Men's and Ladies' OXFORDS Snap, grace and finish in every fit. A. COBLE & SON Mr. J. P. Evas, of Mt. Airy, G.., says: "After being uttli;tet for tinea years wilh rhmnn.iti nm, I nsed Hloan'a Liniment, and wo rurA.I Fotitid 4 well, and am glad to say I haven't been troubled with riieumntiim silica. My leg whs badly swollen from my hip to my knee, (ine-hu)f a bottla took the pain and swelling out." Sloan's Liniment has no equal as a remedy for Rheu matism, Neuralgia or any pain or stiffness in the muscles or joints. Priest, 25c, SOe. tnd $ 1 .00 hoak . cattle, ahee. nd sssltry a6t fW-. Ad4rM Dr. Esrl S. Skao, Boston, Mass., U.S.A. - .RIVES. Bob Ship was in Union City Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. It. L. Harper attended church at Tleasant Hill Sunday. Our sick, Mrs. Jane Dickey and Mil dred Cleniniona, are convalescing. Guest of Miss Amy Moss the first of the week was Miss Lilian Clenmions, Guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Orau Brown were Mr. and Mrs. Will Carter. Mrs. Bob Joyner, of Union City, was the past week a guent of Mrs. Jane Wade. Mr. and Mrs. W. Y. Pkkard, of Uiiion City, visited Mr. and Mrs. R. L. I'bebus Sunday. ' j Saturday shoppers were Mrs. T. I Callieott, Miss Alice Dickey and Felan Kilgore. Tuesday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Ches ter Erwin celebrate their ninth anniver sary, hours Z to Misses Winnie Woody and EdnaClark were guests of Miss Eudora McCaw last Wednesday night. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W, Thorne ast Sabbath were Mr. and Mrs. Thur man 1'hebus and son, Charles. Mrs. Charlie Bittick, en route from Nashville and guest for several days of Mrs. Holland Bittick, returned to Mem phis Monday. Mrs. Jane Clemmons, of Arkansas, and Mr. and Mrs. David Clemmons, of Obion, were recent "visitors of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Clemmons. Mrs. John Head, of Moffatt, probably holds the best chicken record of Num ber Four. Mrs. Head has 173 chickens and near twenty hens setting. District conference of the Methodist Church convenes this week at Sharon, T. J. Bonner and W. A. McNeill being j delegates from this congregation. Ml ielle Davidson, guest of Mrs. Tomv ingham, returned to Union City h, ompanied by the little Misses Euline and Mary Cuinmings. Hardy Ligon. of Union City, attend ed to commercial anairs in our burg Monday. Mr. Ligon has purchased the furniture stock of McCaw & SJiore and will continue a branch store here a great convenience to this vicinity. Thursday morning, the 7th, occurred the death of Mrs. Tominie Reeves, be loved wife of Bud Reeves and mother of Mrs. Johnny Head. The remains, followed by a large concourse of rela lives and friends, were buried Friday morning at Tleasant Hill. Last week we lost by removal of resi dence to the State of Georgia one of our beloved associates, and this week it is with no pleasure that we chronicle the fart that J. C. McCaw, of the firm of McCaw fc Shore, has disposed of his commercial interests here and is plan ning to move his family to South Caro lina at an early date. Mr. and Mrs. McCaw are citizens of rare worth, but from the fart that they seek better cli mate, Mrs. McCaw 's health being very frail, we resign them to our sister State. Still the weddings go on. Thursday Mr. Newt Dickey, one of our octoge narians, awompanied by the ever oblig ing magistrate, Mr. Fount Holloway, dropped down the I. C. a few rnilesi, met his fiance, Mrs. Briggs, who was en route home from Mississippi, and in a few moments were made husband and wife. Uncle Newt is a prime favorite of Rives and his bride is by nomeans a stranger. The greater part of Rives made Mr. and Mrs. Dickey an informal call Friday evening and such a bounteous Bhower if seldom witnessed. An.va Maria. John Deere implements are sold at Nailling-Keiser Hardware Co. j Club women of Central Kentucky have united in a protest to E. Dana Durand, Director of Census, at Wash ington, at what they term is the classifi cation of housewives in the forthcom ing census as "idlers. " This action was taken at a meeting of the Central Ken tucky Women's Clubs. As a result a telegram was sent to Census Director Durand objecting to the form of the blanks upon which the census enumer ation is being made and in which house wives, according to the telegram, are classed as "having no occupation." Signers of the telegram urged that the word "housewife" be inserted bv the enumerators in the ccnsusjilanks. Speaker Cannon again defied the "in surgents" to depose him from the Speakership, declaring in a speech on the Iloor of the House that "unless the Republicans who do not approve of the personality of their Speaker have the courage to join the solid minority, I re main Speaker until March 4 next." "So you don't want the earth?" said the sneering acquaintance. "No," replied Mr. Dustin Cox, calm ly, "If one man owned all the real es tate in existence it would bo too easy to assess taxe3." Washington Star. Coal Coke Wood Call Tel. 150. A LA W WARREN TOPPAIM, Lynn, mass. Cured of severe compound cold and cough by yrnoi ' From Dec 20, '08. to March 1, '09, 1 had three bad colds, one on top of the ether. I got so weak I could hardly Ret around. Nothing; seemed to help me until I began to take Vlnol. The change was magic. Three bottle. com pletely fixed that compound cold and stopped the terrible cough and what surprises me most, at the same time it cured me of a severe stomach trouble that has bothered me for 20 vurs. Vlnol Is certainly a wonderful medicine." Mr.Toppan is one of Lynns most prominent and highly respected merchants, whose word is as good as his bond. The reason Vinol is so successful in such cases is because it contains the two most world-famed tonics the medicinal, Gtrength- ening, body-building elements of Cod Liver Oil and Tonic Iron, Your Money Back U You Are Not Satisfied. NILES DRUG CO., Union City.