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LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Attorney Geo. Carpenter is on the sick
I 1st.
Ceo. White went to Cayee, Ky., this
Witk.
Koffee and Sandwiches at the "Karnival."
Miss Nimiie Barksdale is vi.sititig in
Pad ucah.
Mrs. Arnott Pursley lias returned to
Nashville
J-adies' eravenetted rain coats at Har
dy, Malone it Jones.
Mrs. Clara Prieto returned Tuesday
from Alabama.
Mrs. Enloe Caldwell is visiting rela
tives in Memphis.
You've tried the. rest, now try the
best Jersey Cream Flour.
Miss Mary Turner is in Memphis a
few days this week.
Lueiau Long, of Martin, was a visitor
in the city Monday.
(For Sunday diuuei Dabnke's Velvet
Jce Cream. JNone better.
Mrs. Belle Berryhill visited the home
of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Brevard at Bre
vard's Crossing last week.
Mrs. T. F. Stubbs, of Humboldt, was
a visitor at the homo of Miss Lizzie
Greer in the city la-t week.
Pahnke's Velvet lee Cream for Sun
day dinner.
Mrs. lVarl Sydnor, of Milford, Conn.,
is in the city visiting the home of her
mother, Mrs. A. B. Morgan.
Esq. S. F. Howard attended the fu
neral of his former iieighlxr and friend,
Ashley Olive, at Cane Creek Sunday.
Ask to see our stylish line of ladies'
rain coats. Hardy, Malone & Jones.
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin (1. Downing, of
Memphis, are in the city to locate. We
welcome them as permanent citizens.
H. C. Stanfield went to Memphis Sun
day and Mrs. Stanfield joined him re
turning home from a visit to her mother.
Phone 5 '9 for furniture and rugs.
Home Furniture Co.
Hill Hubbs, of Samburg, is visiting
Lis mother here this week.
Dr. W. M. Turner was a lisines vis
itor in Memphis last week.
Lightning protectors for telephones at
ISaillmg-keiser Hardware Co.
Will Spradlin and family, of Fulton,
were visitors here Sunday.
Editor Boucher, of Dyer, was a busi
ness visitor in the city Monday.
The best rugs at Home Farniture Co.
Phone i9. '
Mrs. Lee Carey, of Pleasant Valley,
was shopping in the city Monday.
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Miss Nellie Marshall, of Woodland,
watt shopping in the city this week.
Chase & Sanborn's coffee is best. II.
S. Godwin's new grocery. Phone 78
Mrs. W. Z. Massengill was the guest
of Mrs. Mary Hobnail last Friday.
W. C. Farris attended the Gibson
County Fair at Trenton last week.
Phone 99 for furniture and rugs.
Homo Furniture Co.
Mr. Will Warterrield has returned to
Nashville after a business visit here.
Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Elam visited
relatives and friends in Paris last week.
Ladies', misses and children's hose.
Hardy, Malone A Jones.
Mr. Hunter Davis, of Nashville, was
a business visitor in the city this week.
. Mr. and Mrs. G. Isbell, of Woodland
vicinity, were visitors in the city Mon
day. Home Furniture Co. hangs window
shades free. Phone 99.
Mrs. Ben Marshall, of Woodland, was
the guest of Mrs. Frank Wehman this
week.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Preuett are the
parents of a little daughter born last
week .
Only one Majestic Range. We have
it. Haynes-Gregory Hardware Co.
Mrs. Mollie Prieto has returned from
a visit to relatives and friends in Indian
apolis. Mr. and Mrs. Sain Howard have re
turned from a visit with relatives at
Martin.
Western electrical telephone supplies
at Nailling-Keiser Hardware Co.
P. M. Cunimings and L. O. Park
were in Dyer Saturday on a short busi
ness trip.
Editor W. E. Grimes and grand
daughter, of Kenton, were in the city
Saturday.
All kinds of "Kalieo" garments for
sale at the "Karnival."
Miss Beiinio Roberts, of Jordan vicin
ity, was a week-end visitor with Miss
Blanche Roberts.
Mrs. F. H. Foote and daughter, Miss
Nana Foote, of Obion, were visitors in
the city Saturday.
Wo sell bargains iu real estate all over
West Tennessee. Forester & Forester.
Carter &. White Monday sold the Je
Cook residence, on Palmer street, to
William Rook.
Rev. J. H. Zwinglt? is attending the
annual meeting of West Tennessee Syn
od of the Cumberland Church at Mem
phis. Dr. E. Y. Salmon, of Nashville, is in
the city visiting the home of his daugh
ter, Mrs. R. M. Whipple,' on Fifth
street.
Western electrical telephone supplies
at Nailling-Keiser Hardware Co.
Mrs. MonrOe Bellew, of Crutchfield,
Ky., was a visitor recently at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Cheatham, iu the vicin
ity of Gibbs.
Messrs. Jack Millet and Will Balter,
of Hickman, two well known business
men, came over in an auto Sunday for
a few hours.
Coal and wood promptly delivered by
the Union City Ice fe Coal Co.
Chief Pardue and assistants report
three arrests and tines amounting to $35
this week. Our police doings are very
quiet at present. .
L. A. Smith and two sons, of Troy,
were in the city Saturday. The young
men were here under treatment by Dr.
Carlton, the oculist.
The Homo Furniture Co. does the
best picture framing.
Col. Wash Cloys, C. G. Thomas and
Charles Cloys are members of a party
spending a week fishing at Walnutlog.
They left here Tuesday.
The Confederate veterans returned
from the Franklin reunion Saturday
Overjoyed at their reception in the
famous Tennessee city.
See our line of ladies' rain coats be
fore you buy, Hardy, Malone & Jones.
Col. 11. C. Alexander, of Nashville,
was in the city Sunday visiting the
home of Major and Mrs. W. L.- Alex
ander, on Main street.
Mrs. E. E. Williams is in St. Louis
this week visiting her son, Herbert, who
is in the employ of the Tilden Drug Co,
as pharmaceutical chemist. ,
Telephones can be bought at Nailling
Keiser Hardware Co.
Dr. W. A. Nailling sold a tine com
bined horse this week for $300. The
Doctor has recently purchased an auto
and will use same in his practice.
Mrs. W. Z. Massengill- and mother,
Mrs. S. A. Harrison, and Mr. and Mrs.
Tom Shoffner were guests of Mrs. Dr.
L. F. Parks near the city Tuesday.
Buy your furniture from Harpole.
Do it now.
Harry Vincent, who has been at Dy
ersburg for a few days assisting in the
postotlice, Postmaster Sinclair being ab
sent tm account of illness, has returned
home.
Forester & Forester report the sale of
the Oscar Smith farm of ninety-three
acres in Number Seven to Esq. W. E,
Whitson, the consideration being
13,800.
Buy your salt from Union City Feed
Store. Get it to-day. It will soon bo
hog killing time. Phone 587.
W. E. Whitson purchased a farm this
week in Number Seven, but will move
his family to the city. We will gladly
welcome this most excellent family into
Mrs. Wm. Stallcup and children, of jour midst.
near rulton, were guests oi airs, r.u
Averitt this week. 1
"Great Karnival"
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lOFFEE
IANDY
Served by the ladies of the
Christian Church
Friday and Saturday
October 21 and 22
.At Naylor's Furniture Store
protracted meeting will begin at
the First Christian Church Nov. '20.
Rev. Riddell will conduct the services
and Mr. Murphy will have charge of
the singing.
Forester & Forester have some fine
bargains in farm and timber lands in
J West Tennessee. .
I Miss Laura Garrett, after spending a
Week here as the guest of Mrs. Ramer,
left Sunday night for Union City, where
' she has accepted a position in the tele
phone exchange. Kenton Argus.
The program of the B. Y. P. 17. ren
dered at the Baptist Church last Sun
day afternoon was very instructive and
pleasing, and the special mnsie. by Mr.
land Mrs. A. N. Dickson and Mrs. Mc
iDearmon was highly appreciated.
Nothing equals our Cadet
Stocking in ladies and Misses
linen knee, heel and toe.
CUR
Fancy Yoking and Trim
ming match in Persian
designs..
This Store has an Inlerestme'
1? asJaion
Messas
'e for Youi
Every woman who loves beauty should see this impressive display of captivat
ing Street and Evening Gowns, practically every material that a refinec taste
suggests and every model that fashion proclaims a la mode.
Japanese Sleeves Stylish Breteiles Persian Gauze Yokes
Silk Embroidery Beautiful Hobble Skirts
The majority are clever copies of French designs, coquettish yet thoroughly ex
quisite1 and daintily trimmed.
OUR TAILORED SUITS Women's Full Length Goafe'
OF FINE QUALITY of heavy rough mixtures. London Tweeds in brown,
Bl m, c jm -lcv ctL gray and blue tones, black broadcloth, half and full lined,
oucle, Cheviot, oerges and Mannish buitings, ocotch l i j .1 i ..
-v mi c j L' v l. 1.1 . -I i i. custom tailored throughout.
Uray. You will rind this line strictly man tailored lines, -
that comes from correct cutting. " .
. Silk Petticoats
Fancy Waist Fabric Examine our $4.so snk skirt for $25
Plain Silk, Satin and Silk Persian, brocade and plain. ur $5-00 Skirt for 3'50
Persian Chiffon for drapery, YOU WILL FIND THEM BARGAINS.
Rare rVEilliiKery Creations
The general becomingness of our styles makes our display of greatest interest. The variety is a matter of won
der to those most intimate with our millinery department. .
Mrs. Rachel Cameron Mabry has charge of our tailoring parlors and would be pleased to meet her many friends.
First Street IF0 T. (CUlESILiIIIJ Union City.
Messrs. J. E. and T. E. Baxter, of
Shelbyville, were in the city and county
this week prospecting for homes, The
gentlemen are welcome and we hope
they may be inclined to cast their lots
here.
Mrs. T. B. King, of Memphis, arrived
Tuesday and was a guest at the home of
Rev. and Mrs. V. C. Sellars. Mrs. King
and Mrs. Sellars went to Martin Wed
nesday to attend a meeting of the Wo
man's Missionary Board of Memphis
Conference.
You can buy telephone receivers and
transmitters at Nailliryj-Keiscr Hard
ware Co.
Herbert Bondurant, of Nashville, vis
ited his cousin, Curtis Harris, Sunday
Herbert is a graduate of the Union City
High School of the class of 1910. His
many friends will be glad to hear that
he is doing well, having already received
an increase of salary.
Mr. and Mrs. Cave J. Crockett, who
have been for some time located at Car
bondale, III., have changed their resi
dence to Fulton, which will be hereaf
ter Mr. Crockett's headquarters. The
people of Union City will be glad to
know that their former neighbors have
returned as near as the neighboring
city in Kentucky.
Union City Feed Store handles alfal
fa, clover, timothy and clover and tim
othy mixed hay. l'hone 587 and have
a bale sent up.
Mrs. J. C. Reynolds and son, Clar
ence, and little grandchildren, Charley
Hill and Margaret, accompanied by
Mrs. J). II. Reagan, arrived from
Weaverville, N. C, this week. Mrs.
Reagan will be a guest of Mrs. Reynolds
at the Palace Hotel for a few weeks.
Her friends will be glad to know that
Mrs. Reynolds' health is greatly improved.
Good Things to Eat
FOR ALL OCCASIONS
NOTIFY
' E. P. GRISSOM
HIS STORE LEADS
AND IT'S A PLEASURE
"TO PLEASE YOU
GROCERIES, BOTH STAPLE AND FANCY
GOLD-STORAGE MEATS .
PRODUCE FRUITS CANDIES
All guaranteed. Phone us a trial order. We deliver.
No order too small. No order too large.
Mrs. R. Garth visited relatives and
friends in I'aducah this week, attending
the Torrey meeting.
Mr. L. W. Bondurant and family, of
State Line, were guests at the home of
S. P. Harris Sunday.
Big Muddy washed nut coal is best for
cooking. At Union City Ice fc Coal Co.
Mrs. Will Lannom and children, of
Cayi'e, were visitors at the homo of S.
1'. Harris Sunday night. '".
Oscar Turner, of Maylield, was iu the
city to see his wife and babies, who are
spending some time in the city witli
Mrs. Turner's mother, Mrs. R. Green.
Everything new and fresh at R. S
Godwin's new grocery. Rhone 78.
We are very sorry to report the acci
dent which happened to Mr. Dausie
Bramlett, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jim
Bramlett, of l'olk, Thursday morning.
He was riding oiv a handcar between
Folk and Obion and fell from the car
while running and broke his leg. He
was at once taken to Obion and had his
wound dressed and then brought back
home. Troy Tribune.
You can buy telephone receivers and
transmitters at JCailling-Keiser Hard
ware Co.
Religious Services.
W. Halliday Trice, minister for the
Exchange Street Church of Christ, who
has been doing protracted meeting work
during the summer and fall, is now
through with that work and will preach
in this city the second and fourth Sun
day in each month. The therm) for
next Sunday morning will be "The
Christian Race," and at night "The.
Christian Platform." The public is in
vited to attend these services.
Teachers' Meeting.
There will be a meeting of the teach
ers of Obion and Gibson Counties at
Mason Hall Oct.- UO, 1010. All Obion
County teachers who wish to attend by
train can leave Union City at 7:.R) a.
in., or Rives a little later," and will be
met at Kenton by some one who will
convey them to Mason Hall and bring
them back in tin; afternoon. I't, all j
Obion County teachers attend. Certain
ly the teachers of this county have
enough county pride to try to excel
Gibson County, I can assure you of a
hearty and cordial welcome by th peo
ple of Mason Hall. The program will
be printed in the papers next week.
C. L. Rimnos, County Supt.
Marriage Licenses.
Burton Newton and Carnmie Lunton.
Essie Williams and B. lioyd.
F. H. Ratchff and Delphia Jenkins.
Ivory Hibbs and Lena Underwood.
Louie Moore and Alice Fauster.
Charley Brown and Mahaley Lewis.
Arthur Laster and Beulah Walker.
YA Chandler and Cassie Mitchell.
W. O. Parrish and Maggie Adams.
Ed Lusk and Lurline Grady,
James Burchett and Ida Turner.
Elmore Patterson and Delia Ferguson.
Fred Olive and Cothran Witt.
C. H. Gilliam and Minnie Turner.
Fine line of stylish queensware and
glassware just received by Haynes-Gregory
Hardware Co.
A Good Position
Can be had by ambitious young men
and ladies in the field of ' Wireless" or
Railway telegraphy. Since the H-hour
law became effective, and since the
Wireless companies are establishing sta
tions throughout the country there is a
great shortage of telegraphers. Posi
tions pay beginners from $70 to $!M1 per
month, with good chance of advance
ment. The National Telegraph Insti
tute operates six otlicial institutes in
America under supervision of R. R. and
Wireless Olheials and places all grad
uates into positions. It will pay you to
write them for full details at Memphis,
Tenn., or Columbia, S. C,
Farm
Loans
I make loans on lands loca
ted in Obion and Weakley
Counties. Tenn., and Fulton
County, Ky., in sums of $ 1 ,000
or more on first-class improv
ed farms.
Forty pet cent of the full value of
a farm will be loaned. Loans made
on farms of fifty acres or more on 5
years time with privilege to borrow
er of paying same after one year in
full or making any sire partial pay.
merit desired at intervals of 6 months
after one year from date of loan. in.
terest being (topped on partial pay.
ments made.
I guarantee the interest and
expenses on a loan procured
through me will be less than
the same loan would cost
you obtained from any other
source.and the terms and con
ditions more satisfactory.
O. SPRADLIN
UNION CITY.
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