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Miss Genevieve Nailling visited Ful
ton Sunday.
Miss Nannie Moore visited lier home
at McKcnzie Sunday.
Dr. A. M. Forester, of Memphis, was
in the city this week atteuding the fair.
- Old Hickory Hoop Fait, J. F. How
ard & Son.
Miss Bessie Glasscock and Mr. Ver
non Verhine were .Sunday visitors in
'.Born this week to Mr. and Mrs. Au
iirey Logan, of the vicinity of State Line,
a fine boy.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Fullerton are the
liappy parents of a pretty baby girl,
born this week.
Chase & Sanborn's coffee is best. R.
8. Godwin's new grocery. Phone 78
Dr. and Mrs. Seldon and Messrs. Jas'
Gibbs and Brodie Irvin, of Fulton, were
in the city Monday.
Herman linggs, of Memphis, is in
the city visiting his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. A. II. Briggs.
J. W. Herring, of Bird's Point, Mo.,
ia in the city and country nearby visit
ing honiefolks and friends.
For Sunday dinner Dahnke's Velvet
Ice Crearn. one better.
Miss Minnie JJowcn will return in a
few days to her studies in the Bible
School at Fort Wayne, Ind.
Miss Josephine Tardiff left last week
for Clarksville to resume her work in
the public schools as teacher.
E. E. Markham, of Tiptonvillo, was a
guest at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. M.
Glasscock in the city this week.
Lightning protectors for telephones at
Nailling-Keiser Hardware Co .
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Baltzer, of
Hickman, were in the city Sunday re
turning from a visit to St. Louis.
Nevill Shelton, of Tiptonville, is in
the city this week visiting his aunt, Mrs
M. Glasscock, on Exchange street.
Mr. and Mrs. It. L. Phebus, of Rives,
were in the city Sunday visiting the
home of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Stovall.
Ohio River Salt, best on earth. J. F.
Howard & Son.
Misses Bessie Rice and Bessie Cla
borne and Messrs. Geo. Alley and Carl
Croft, of Fulton, were in the city Sun
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Ogles and baby
left this week for Knoxville to enjoy a
ten-days visit at the Appalachian Expo
sition. .
D. E. Pcnick left this week for a trip
through his territory Mississippi and
Arkansas taking orders for spring de
Dr. W. M. Turner's new dental ofliee
is in theC. B. A. building. Phone 221.
Mrs. Arthur Hamilton and children,
of Salem, were in Tiptonville this week
visiting the home of Mr. and Mrs. Till
man Burnett.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hubbs, of May-
field, were in the city this week visiting
the home of Mr. Robt. Joyner and at
tending the fair.
Miss Bessie Glasscock left this week
to visit her friend, Miss Stella Weltmer,
at Nevada, Mo., and to enjoy the pleas
ure of a house party.
Old Hickory Hoop Salt. J. F. How
ard & Son.
Elder S. R. Logue, of Dyer, will
preach next Sunday morning at the Ex
change street Christian Church. The
public cordially invited to attend the
R..L. Andrews will leave next week
for Cincinnati and other points to buy a
new stock of jewelry and supplies for
Bransford it Andrews, the dependable
jewelers and opticians.
Miss Estelle Houghton, of Indianap
olis, In J., is again with R. T. Curlin as
trimmer in the millinery department of
the store. Miss Houghton was here
hut season, and her work has left a very
pleasant impression with those who ad
mire genuine art in hats.
E. R. Gibbs, formerly of Hickman,
engaged ia the newspaper business, but
recently of East Prairie, Mo., where he
is now doing a thrifty cafe and insur
ance business, was a visitor in the city
Sunday. Mr. Gibbs has been making
successful headway in East Prairie aud
his friends here extend the glad hand.
All kinds of city property for sale or
rent. Carter & White, real estate and
insurance people.
Mrs. Arthur Scates. who hits been
spending the summer with her mother,
Mrs. Nannie Beck, in Union City and
Monteagle, left this week with her little
daughter, Elizabeth Victoria, for Green
wood, Miss. While at Monteagle little
Elizabeth Victoria was exhibited in a
baby show with 100 little tots and won
first prize.
Ifl you want the best and cheapest,
use Bon Air coal. Union City lee &
Coal Company.
Death of Alvie Webb.
On last Tuesday morning death
.50,W2.50 Waists
For 95c
50c, 75c and 85c Waists
That rings loud with
money saving oppor
tunities. Actual
$1.50, $2 and $2.50
For 95c
Clear ima Sale
Long SilLr !oves,
sixteen-bu r7 tk nsth.
' ancT vvr
in black
Double tips
.tin and.
AH Hammocks at cost for SO days.
Caldwell's Book Store.
The West Tennessee Grain Co. has a
retail feed store on Slain street in the
Kroger block. V. I. Horner, recently
of Sliddle Tennessee but now of this
city, is in charge of the business.
Miss Schulz and Sliss Carroll are in
the dressmaking parlors at Coram &
Jackson's this season. Sliss Carroll has
just returned from St. Louis, where she
lias been studying tho fall styles.
Western electrical telephone supplies
at Nailling-Keiser Hardware Co.
Sirs. Maggie Williams, of Dyersburg,
is the guest of her sister, Srrs. J. J.
Roberts, in the vicinity of Slount Zion
this week. This is Sirs. Williams first
visit in twenty years to Obion County.
Forester it Forester, real estate deal
ers, have moved this week their ollices
from the Postal building to the Nailling
corner to one of the nice apartments in
that building. These gentlemen will
have nice furniture and office fixtures
in their new quarters.
Ohio River Salt, best on eartV J. F.
Howard & Son,
claimed one of Slason Hall's most prom
incut young men. Sir. Alvie Webb
died of congestion after a brief illness
Mr. Webo hau just reached young
manhood and had just entered into ac
tive business life with as bright a future
as any young man in Tennessee. He
was 24 years of age and a true Christian,
he having been a hard worker in tiie
Baptist Church for nine years. For the
past nine months Sir. Webb has held
the position as the assistant cashier of
the Slason Hall Bank, and had made
for himself a 'reputation as a good,
straight business man. lie leaves a
mother, Sirs. Slack Webb, four broth
ers and one sister to mourn his loss.
His body was laid to rest in the New
Salem cemetery under the directions of
the Odd Fellows Lodge No. 28, of Ken
ton anu irimuie, 01 winch he was a
worthy member. Rev. Sloore, of Ken
ton, made a brief but rather sympathetic
talk at tho grave. Troy Tribune.
To Be Happy
you must have good health. You can't
have good health if your liver is not do
ing its duty slow but sure poisoning is
going on all tho time under such cir
cumstances. Ballard's Herbine makes
a perfectly healthy liver keeps tho
stomach and bowels right and acts as a
tonic for the 'entire system. Sold by
the Red Cross Drug Co.
Bought Livery Business.
The livery business heretofore con
ducted on Washington avenue by A. B.
Campbell, known as Campbell's livery
stable, is now tho property of Sir. Bruce
Kirkman, formerly of tho vicinity of
Rives. Sir. Kirkman bought SI r .
Campbell's interests last Sunday and
announces that he will continue the
business at that stand with everything
first-class and up-to-dat Sir. Kirk
man is well known in the county and a
good citizen. He is full of energy and
progressive spirit, and will no doubt give
tho people of Union City the best to be
had in his line. Sir. Campbell will con
tinue the Gibbs transfer lino from the
Slaiu-street stable, which he has con
ducted for some time so successfully.
We have listed outright Obion Coun
ty properties for sale from $.'500 to
$120,000. When we make a price we
are in a position to deliver the goods,
and will. See us when in the market to
buy or sell real estate of any kind.
Carter & White.
Slaster Samuel Wade Joyner, son of
Sir. and Sirs. George S. Joyner, Jr
celebrated his fourth birthday from 2 to
6 very charmingly Saturday afternoon,
about 15 of his little friends enjoying
the happy occasion with him. The din
ing room was beautifully decorated and
the table, which was very attractive, had
for its central ornament a large birth
day cake, around which burned four
tapers. Angel food, cream and confec
tions were served during the afternoon.
At a late hour all the little guests left
for home, wishing him many happy
You can buy telephone receivers and
transmitters at Nailling-Keiser Hard
ware Co.
Attention, Confederate Veterans.
Warren McDonald Camp, U. C. V.,
No. 030, and Company E will go to
Fulton, Ky., on Sept. 22 to the reunion
to be held there. Dr. Boiling will be
tho orator of the day. Homes will be
provided by the U. D. C. for those wish
ing to remain over night. ' They expect
all to be armed and uniformed that can.
Tho parade will be hi the morning. Be
on hand as early as 'J:00 a. in. Sept. 22.
R. W. Pow eli., Adjt.
Western electrical telephone supplies
at Nailling-Keiser Hardware Co.
So if you are hunting for bargains in Tailored S u its, Lingerie, and Linen
Dresses, Waists and Skirts, Curlin has on sale values that will be offered for
going-away and vacation time. Whether it will be the mountains, lakes, seashore
or country, we can save you many dollars to add to your vacation pleasures.
Misses Smart Summer Dresses
Splendid Values $5, $6 and $8
For $2.50, $3, $4.50 to Close
Brown and White
Linen Dresses
During this sale at prices to clean up.
All Millinery During this Sale at Cut Prices
Every department throughout the store has felt conces
. ... . sions during this Clearance Sale . . . .
First Street
CUKE-JIM Union G'fc
Real Estate Transfers.
0. W. Whipple to J. C. Ray and wife,
8G acres in No. 3, $5,250.
Sam Williams and wife and J. E.
Caldwell to W. W. Vinson, lands in No.
W. M. Miles, trustee, to T. C. Wil
son, interest in town lots in Union, j iW.
W. G. Reynolds to R. L. and J. T.
Darnell, 75 acres in No. 7, 13,000.
J. A. Maupin and wife to C. A. Mau-
pin, rJ acres in Jo. 1U, $l,uu. ,
Mrs. Ella Vincent et al. to J. L. Wil
son, lot in Union Uity, $4oO.
J. E. Grithn and wife to A. V. Tate,
80 acres in No. 6, $1,097.50.
T. A. Rrather to II. T. and F. B. Me-
Daniel, 146 acres in No. 2, $10,000.
J. W. Crawford and wife to C. A.
Whipple, 88 acres in No. 3, $5,450.
W. H. Huff to T. C. Council, 4 acres
in No. 2, $175.
11. L. Roberts nnd-wife to W. L.
Winningham, 50 acres in No. 12, $750.
Alex Mitchell and wife to A. Wilson,
lots in Obion, $700.
W. C. Mitchell and wife to Mrs. C.
V. McDaniel, lot in Union City, $1,200.
Dr. J. E. Shannon to R. L. Lockert,
110 acres in No. 3, $4,500.
R. L. Perkins and wife to J. S. Finch,
25 acres in No. 11, $1,250.
(. F. Crockett and wife to E. R. De
Li'PP and wife, 28 acres in No. 8, $2,200.
W. II. Hamilton to J. C. Boston and
wife,' 75 acres in No. 1, $4,500.
Mrs. Alice J. Mitchell et al. to Mrs.
C. V. McDaniel, lot in Unin City,
J. M. Reed and wife to W. M. Wil
son, G acres in No. 15, $700.
We don 't propose to soli all the earth at
once or at any time, but we are offering
slices of same at prices that will make
the purchaser money. When in the
market to buy, sell, rent or insure
property of any kind call on, write or
phone us. Carter & White.
Good Things to Eat
All guaranteed Phone us a trial order. We deliver.
No order k small. No order too large.
N. B. Fluty is building and remodel
ing his house.
Miss Ruby Kersey left Monday to en
ter school in Union City.
Jim and Debow Rice are in Missouri
with a view of buying land.
John Ray has bought the U. W.
Whipple farni near State Line.
Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Glover passed
here Saturday en route to Troy.
The schools at Anlioch and Mount,
Olive opened Monday with full attend
ance. Several from here went to Tea Patch
Sunday to hear the Rev. Mr. Jackson
Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Williams were the
guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Jim
Wheeler, of State Line.
Miss Irene Williams, who is attending
Soule College, at Murfreesboro, writes
that she is well pleased with the school.
John Crawford has bought the Dan
Curly farm near Salem, and will move
this fall. John is a fine citizen and a
goou neighbor ana will ie misseu in
this vicinity.
It was our good pleasure to look over
the books of the Belle City Threshing
Co., composed of six farmers of this
community, the other day, and we (ind
they made a clear profit of over $500.
Pretty good profit for the money invest-
ed. Jim Rcsh.
Big Free Offer.
The Tvvice-a-Week Republic, of St.
Louis, Mo., which is conceded by most
everyone to be the biggest and best me
tropolitan semi-weekly in the United
States, offers everybody an opportunity
of securing a three-year subscription ab
solutely free. If you will write a post
card addressed to the St. Louis Repub
lic, and tell them you want to know
how to get the paper free they will
write and give you full particulars.
Telephone Union C'ily Ire & Coal Co.
when you want coal right, now.
A Burglar in Town
his name is "bail cough." He doesn't
care for gold and silver but he will steal
your health away. If lieapcars in your
house arrest him at once with Ballard's
Horehound Syrup, it nfay mean con
sumption if you don't. A cure for all
coughs, colds and chest troubles., Price
25c, 50c and $1 per bottle. Sold by
Red Cross Drug Co.
Office of Comptroller of the Currency, )
Washington, D. C, Jan. 6, 1910. f
Whereas, By satisfactory evidence pre
ented to the undersigned, it hat been made
to appear that The Old National Bank of
Union City in the city of Union City, in the
county of Obion, and the State of Tennes
see, has complied with all the provisions
of the Statutes of the United States required
to be complied with before an association
shall be authosized to commence the busi
ness of banking; now
Therefore, I, Lawrence O. Murray, Comp
troller of the Currency, do hereby certify
that The Old National Bank of Union City,
in the county of Obion, and the State of
Tennessee, is authorized to commence the
buainsss of banking, as provided in section
fifty.one hundred and sixty-nine of the
Revised Statutes of the United States.
In Testimony Whereof witness my hand
and seal of office, this sixth day of Janu
ary, 1910. ,
Comptroller of the Currency.
Greatest Combination Offer
Union City, Tenn., Sept. 11. Josh
Pryor, of Obion, and Miss Monnie Bu
chanan, of near Polk, were united in
marriage last Tuesday at Obion, Eso,. A.
Wilson officiating. They are well known
people and will reside at Obion.
Fine Corn. ,
J. J. Roberts, of the Mount Zion
neighborhood, who has a corn exhibit
at the fair this week, has eight ears of
ccrn which weigh altogether 17 pounds.
This is the heaviest corn reported.
Union Gty's Leading Newspaper
Southern Agriculturist
Southern Fruit Grower
and Poultry Culture,
This gives you the local paper and three
of the best farm and field papers pub
lished for a very small outlay in cash. Add
to this 25 cents and we will give you with
the combination either the Weekly Com.
mercial Appeal or some other good weekly
general newspaper. Thus for $1.75 you
can get a year' reading supply consisting
of everything of a secular nature gener
ally needed in the home.
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