Newspaper Page Text
Copyright Hut Schaffner & Mars VOU buy, clothes for style, fit and comfort and you're entitled to get what you pay for. . You'll get" all three when you wear one of these specially designed suits made for us by Hart Schaffner & Tlarx Smart, snappy clothes not freakish; wool, finely tailored, correct in fit. all- Suits $15 to $30 " Overcoats $15 to $25 G. CLAGETT GO. This store is the home of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes w. MISS McDEARMON ....Teacher of...-. Studio 506 North Ury Street near Public School. Telephone 286 DR. W. A. NAILLING PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Office flours: t S-.V1 Id fc.Vln. m. I 1 to 4 p. in. EYE. EAR NOSE AND THROAT. Modern Klectrlcnl Treatment. Office riirme 100. Js'iiUlituf IHiililing DR. J. B. BOND Physician and Surgeon. ' Office in the new Nailling Building UNION CITY, TENN. Residence Phone 5. Dr. J. E. Hudson DENTIST TELEPHONES RESIDENCE 445 Rooms I and 2, Nailling Building O. C. BURDICK Wholesale aud Retail Reelfoot I ake and , , Mississippi River FisK (Q Game Oysters in &te;uon. Same old stand, near the ice factory. Farms for Rent or Sale. 1 have three good farms for rent or sale. If you have stock and tools to run a farm, call and see me. If you want to buy, will sell you a farm on terms satisfactory to you. O. SPRADLIN, Union Cify, Tenn. Society..... Carlton-Gooch. Dr. J. D. Carlton, of this city, and Miss Curry Gooch, daughter of Mrs. Clara Olive (iooch, of ' Sturgis, Ky., were quietly married at the office and infirmary of Dr. (i. C. Savage in Nash ville on Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, Oct. '23, 1910. The ceremony wan said bv Rev. It. M. Inlow, pastor of the rirst, liaptist Church, Nashville. The wedding was a surprise to quite a number of friend of the bride and groom in Nashville. Mrs. Gooch was temporarily located in Nashville while her daughter was studying music at Ward's Seminary, and the wedding was announced to take place some time later, but arrangements were made for the event during Dr. Carlton's re conf visit in Nashville. Only a few immediate relatives and friends were present to witness the cer emony, among whom were Drs. Savage, Price and Doak. The bride wore a brown tailonsl suit, and very charming she appeared in the littleeircle of choice friends. After the ceremony Dr. and Mrs. Carlton left for the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Carlton, parent or the groom, in Mur'freesboro, Teftn., re maining for a week as guests of rela tives and friends. Last Sunday they arrived in Union City, accompanied by Mrs. Gooch, to, their new home on First street. Mrs. Carlton is a talented musician and was engaged in preparation for teaching. She is also a lady of pleas ing personality, very high in the esteem of her friends at home and in Nashville. Dr. Carlton is a native of Murfrees boro and- was associated with Dr. Sav age in Nashville for three years in the practice of his profession. Ho is now established in Inion City as nu oculist and optician w ith a very flattering de mand upon his services. The Union City friends congratulate and welcome the bride and groom. 1 1 Entertained by Mrs. Weddell. The t Iojne Mission Society, with the president, Mrs. W. If. Swiggart, in the chair, convened at the residence of Mrs. Seid Waddell. The meeting was the usual fifth Monday social, and was in honor of Mrs. Waddell's mother, one of the members. In this elegant suburban home the society was the recipient of the lovely hospitality of Mrs. Wnddell and family. Bro. Sellers opened with prayer, fol lowed by a scripture verse from each member present. Mrs. Harris pre sided at the piano and played several beautiful accompaniments. A daugh ter of Mr. Steve Harris favored lis with two delightful '-solos, and every one ap plauded her tiny sister, who recited a very taking little piece. The readings by Mrs. Waggoner and Miss Mary Law son were particularly enjoyed. Mrs. Dlanton read an exquisite piece. The meeting closed with prayer by Mrs. Sel lers. Mrs. Waddell then took charge and regaled the assembled company with the most delicious refreshment. It has been asked, "For what does the Home Missionary Society stand?" It stands for all the noble ami good things a woman can do. To wipe the tears from the eyes of the dejendent orphan, a smile of cheer to the lonely. It has aided in building one-half of all our parsonages and is giving Christian education to more than 600 mountain boys and girls, inoro than 600 Cubans, more than 50 fallen girls, more than .50 homeless, unprotected girls, carries on city mission work in 28 different cities. It costs II. 45 for active membership' f 1.00 for honorary membership. Total amount of collections for 1910, $508, 296.80; members, 95,022; all grades.ef mission work with cost of inamtenanm $42,770.68. "Miss Nancy." Dainty and petite Daisy Cameron, formerly leading lady or star with Lit tle Dol lie Dimples, ""Fiff, Faff, Fouff, "De Wolf Hooper," "The Tenderloin," When Johnny Comes Marching Home," "The -Boston ians," Savage Grand Opera Company," The Nor maudy Wedding," "Foxy Quiller,' etc., is coming to us in a brand new four-act comedy from the pen of the eminent young author, C. Herbert Kerr, who wrote "Dollie Dimples," Over the Pence," A Trip to Egypt,' "The Beauty Doctor," "The Reform ers," "Rudolph and Adolph," "Fapa's Baby," etc. The title of the new play is Nancy," and the character is that of a little country miss, simple but good. The play abounds in comedy situations, and the dialogue is amusing throughout. It will be presented at Reynold's Opera House one night only, Friday, November 4. Miss Cameron s great soprano voice will be heard in several high-class num bers written especially for the produc tion, and she will be ably supported by a company of artists, direct from New York City. " - 1 Wednesday Club. The Wednesday Club met this week with Mrs. D. S. Cock rill and opened the winter season of bridge. Miss Mary Swiggart won first prize, cut-glass wine glasses. 1 ho consolation 'went to Mrs. Harris Parks, a compote. Refreshments were served. ' Miss Carrie Walker. Miss Walker entertained Tuesday night in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Robert White. - A game of cards and Mr. Rob ert White captured the gentleman's prize. Mrs. J. A. Whipple won the consolation and Miss Mabel Grillin the visitor's prize. Refreshments. Visiting Lady Honored. At the last meeting of the Leonidas Polk Chapter, U. D. C, Mrs. .R. T. Bond, of Gulfport, Miss., was honored by being given a life membership. This most worthy lady was one of the char ter members of this Chapter and is a true Southern woman. Review Club. The Review Club met at the home of Miss Mary Swiggart last Tuesday after noon, Nov. 1. Two new members were added to the roll Mrs. O. Spradlin and Miss Nannie Moore. The lesson, "Awak ening of China," led by Miss Swiggart, proved very interesting and instructive. The next meeting will be held at the same place, guests of Mrs. W. H. Swig gart, with Mrs. Clarence Cloys leader. Lady Minstrel At Reynolds Opera House nest Monday night, ov. , with the following east: Topsy Miss Annie Laurie Griffin Hazel Miss Dorothy Beck Olive Miss Mary Wallace Haydon Thelma . Miss Mabel Griffin Pansy Miss Bessie Beck Eliza. .j. Miss Mary Leita Webster Betty . .... Miss. Helen Verhine Irma Miss Ada Moffett Neelie Miss Inez Dahuke Ornice .Mis Lucile Posey Rita . Miss Marie Lockhart Hilda Miss Gladys Raymer Amanda Miss Mary Jane Andrews Elizabeth ...Miss Genevieve Nailling Sue Miss Agnes Coble EmalineJ Miss Beulah Lovell Elsie Miss Menette Raymer Rose Miss Ruth Rowland , MUSICAL Xl'MHERS. "Down in Jungle Town," "Bowl of Roses," "Nothing in the World Like Love," "All That I Ask Is Love,' "Pretty Little Maid of Cherokee,' "Isn't Love a Grand Old Thing," "Ev erv Little Movement" (from "Madame Sherry"), "When the Daisies Bloom, "Shaky Eyes," Blow the Smoke Away" (from "The Tin-, The Place and The Girl"), "Naughty, Naughty Eves." "Beeauso You're Y'ou," "The Glow Worm." ' Accompanists Misses May McDear mon. Bessie Rowland, and Messrs. Ed win Fuqua ane John Sanders. Public Speaking. Hon. Frank P. Bond, of Nashville, will address the citizens of Obion Coun ty at the courthouse in Troy Saturday, Nov. 5, at 1 o'clock p. m., and at the courthouse in Union City Saturday uight. Everybody cordially invited to be present, ladies especially. ' Jin- Choose Your Engagement Ring at Ben Dietzel's and if you are not a judge of fine diamond and precious atones you will know that you are getting full value for your money and that you can rely on our statement as to the value of the stones. Reliability is one of our methods of deal ing with our patrons, and you know that our prices are always fair and that you are always getting the full value of your money in jewelry, silverware and cut glass at BEN D I ETTZ. EL-jeweler m r:. rm 13' lis ay?- ' Slvumx l jr2'VA 11 o "-Hi Flexo National Bed Springs for Iron Beds, guaranteed for twenty years. SINGLE-CONE COIL BED SPRINGS guaranteed for five years. We are exclusive on these goods. Everything in the Furniture and Undertaking lines. NaySor Furniture Co. Union City. Tennessee The SAFEST and QUICKEST WAY toi Transfer money IS BY Long Distance Telephone FOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH INCORPORATID , . What's lit a Name? When a name is backed up with quality that's unsurpassed, THE NAME IS EVERYTHING. When you see the name HARPOLE it is syn onymous with FURNITURE, GOOD FURNITURE. You can find that furniture at the ome Furniture Co. Undertakers and Embalmers 226 S. First St. Day Phone 99. Night Phones 432 and 1 14 At the B.Y.P.U A devotional meeting was held by the Baptist Young People's Union lust Sun day afternoon. Missions in Mexico was the subject studied. Interesting talks were made by several on tho topography and geography, as well as the people of Mexico. These meetings continue to grow in interest and enthusiasm and it is hoped that the membership will soon reach at least fifty. Next Sunday afternoon at 3:30 we shall study lessons from "A Miracle of Knowledge and Encouragement." Luke v:l-ll and John xxi:l-14. Leader, Pink Marshall. 1. Song and prayer. 2. Scripture reading by two. 3. "The Divine Character and Tow er of Christ." Sherman Sutherland. 4. "Christ's Imperative In and Over Our Lives." Miss Minnie Vorhejs. f. Violin solo. Miss McDearmon. 0. "Christ's Purposes In Developing Us." Miss Gertrude Walters.' 7. Special points in the lesson for nie. One minute talks. 8. Special music. 9. Announcements. 10. Closing. This is to be an open meeting and everybody is cordially invited. CO w'Aom M F? layo . t,c ' Mi ISarPTOYTERSYSTU1 Seaside Oyster Dishes .mis is me name ot our new book which gives many shore re ceipts, unknown inland. Every housewife is welcome to a copy at our store. We are handling only Sealshipt Oysters this year, We are regis tered agents of the Sealshipt Oys ter by stem. Sealshipt Oysters Straight from' the Oys ter Beds Under Seal This means that Hie oysters are placed in air-tight containers right at the seashore, immediately sealed and shiped straight to us. The ice is packed around the containers on the outside. No ice or water in the containers just solid oysters. The ovsters retain all the true oyster flavor the real tang of the sea. When they reacli our store they are placed in a cleanly white and blue porcelain Sealshipticase, used by all licensed agents under contract. Remember in buying Sealshipt Oysters you need only half as many as you do of common oysttrs which are half "liquor," or melted rail road ice. Once you try Sealshipt Oysters." vou will agree that our strongest claims are justified. Dahnke's Phone 109 Non-Resident Notice. Charles II. Cobb, Adm'r I . vs- Mrs. Susie Keiser et al. ) In this cause, it appearing to tho Court from the bill, that tho defend ants, Mrs. Susan Keiser, John P. Keiser and Elizabeth Keiser, are non -resident of the State of Tennessee, and that or dinary process of law cannot bo served upon them, it is therefore ordered by the Court that publication be made in some weekly newspaper published in Union City, Tenn., four consecutive weeks requiring you, tho said Susan Keiser, John P. Keiser and Elizabeth Keiser to appear before tho County Court Judge or Clerk of said County Court at the courthouse in Union City, Tenn., on or before the first Monday in December, 11)10, and plead, answer or demur to tho bill filed against you in this cause, seeking to sell land to pay debts, otherwise the same will be taken as for confessed and set for hearing ex parte as to you. This 20th day of October, 1'JlO. ' C. S. Tai.lev, Clerk, . Py Gko. R. Kennky, 1). 0. Swiggart tfc Cobb, Solicitors for Com plainant. 31 -t4 Mrs. Wiggs. "Mrs. Wiggs of tho Cabbage Patch," under the auspices of the Leonidas Tolk Chapter, U. I). C, will be presented at Reynolds Opera House in Union City on Tuesday night, Nov. 15, by Miss Mary Lawson and a company of young ladies and gentlemen of this city. Tho play was announced before but postponed. It has been very warmly indorsed by the press and public; of Texas and homo points and no doubt will be a very inter esting event. Coal CokeWood Call Tel. 150. Greater Youth's Companion. Since its enlargement by the addition of an amount of reading in the year equal to four hundred ordinary maga zine pages, the Youth's Companion can offer even a wider range of wholesome entertainment than ever before; but the character of the paper's contents re mains the same, and the subscription price, $1.75, is unchanged. Every boy will eagerly look for tho articles on skill in sports and pastimes and how to develop it. The girls will find many novel and practical suggestions which will be help ful in their daily life. For the family in general, hints for the profitable occupation of winter even ings, for increasing the happiness and comfort of the household. . This reading is all in addition to tho ordinary treasury of stories, articles by celebrated tneri and women, the un equnled miscellany, the invaluable doc tor's article, the terse notes on what is going on in all fields of human activity. It will covt you nothing to si nd for the beautiful Announcement f Tho Companion for 111 1 , and we, will send with it sample copies of the paper. Do not fitrget that the early subscril er for 1111 1 receives free all the remain ing issue f 1010, including those con taining the opening chapters of draco Richmond's serial story, "Five Miles Out." The new f ulxwrilwr receives also tho Companion's Art Calendar for 15)11, lithographed in twelve colors and gold. Tub YorTii's Companion, 144 IVrkelcy St., IJoston, Mass. New subscript ions received at this ffice. I Coal and wood promptly delivered by the Union City lee & Coal Co.