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LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Xed Joyner spent Sunday in Martin.
Harry Cook, of Hives, was iu the city
Tuesday.
Johnnie ixon visited Dyersburg
Monday.
Mr. John Caldwell is at home for the
holidays.
W. P. Davis was in Woodland Mills
Wednesday.
Mrs. G. T. Taylor returned from Nash
ville Monday.
Harry Whitus, of Fulton, was in the
city Saturday.
Mr. Wi'l McAdoo has been quite
sick this week.
Mary Davis Flack returned from Nash
ville last week.
Will Kerlin made an aeroplane trip to
.Tnrilntt Afmnluv. '
Jess Rogers spent Saturday and Sun
day at Newborn.
Miss Ollio Matthews, of Gibbs, was in
tho city Monday.
Roy K. Hart, of Ridgely, was in the
city Wednesday.
Miss Bertie Harbison visited friends at
Dresden Monday.
Sam Lovelace and family visited at
Fulton this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Parker Rainey, of Tren
ton, are in the city.
Mr. Barbee, of Sharon, spent the
holidays in the city.
D. A. McClure spent Christmas with
his boys in the city.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Boss Jones
Dee. 25, a daughter.
. R. L. Cummings and wife visited
near Fulton Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Wear came
home for Christmas.
Mrs. Alvinca Alstrand, of Woodland,
is visiting in the city.
Mr. Lewis McAdoo is enjoying a hoi
iday visit in Arkansas.
John MeCullough, of Newbern, was
in the city Wednesday.
Miss Constance Vowel! is spending
the holidays at Martin.
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Downing spent
Wednesday in Memphis.
Dr. Duvall has returned to Memphis
after a visit with relatives.
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AT
CLOTHING
MED
UCED
PUCES
We still have a good assortment of sizes in
SUITS for MEN, YOUNG MEN and BOYS
which we are determined not to carry into
the Spring Season. To make them move
quickly, we have . . .
educed tSie Price
V. C. T. U.
Program of the W C. f. U. ai Mrs.
Anna Harris' residence, Jan. ti, at 2:80:
Scripture lesson, Phil. 4:1-S,
Business meeting.
Topic "Why we oppose cigarettes."
Leaflets "Cigar Facts," "The Para
ble of Tobacco," "Luther Citibank's
Opinion."
Mrs. E. C Hawes will lead the- meet
ing. -
Q Card of Thanks.
We wish to thank our friends and
neighbors for their kindness and help
to us and our father in his long and last
illness, and may the I,ord reward them,
one and all.
Miss Lizzie M alone.
Mrs. Eixa Cloar.
Mrs. Charley Maloxk.
Mrs. M. F. Garrigan.
. T. J. Mai.osk.
on every Man's and Boy's Suit in our store.
Buy your winter Suit now.
Don't forg'et that we are in fi. T.
Robinson (EX Son's old stand. . .
Gobi
on
UrMIOPM CITY
Miss Louise Sharp, of Obion, was
here this week visiting her sister, Mrs.
E. M. Long.
Mrs. Annie Scott, of Bardwell, Ky.,
is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
Z. Massengill.
II. P. Taylor, of Dresden, was the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Keller
Christmas day.
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Jordan entertained
a few of their special friends at 6 o'clock
dinner Monday.
Herman Briggs left Monday for John-
n,.., n;nUna 0,.n,i;n tl,n j.r.iMnvJ son City, Tenn., where he will have a
Bt his home near Nashville.
Dr. Prather enjoyed Christmas dinner
at his home near State Line.
Mrs. Maud Curlin continues very sick
at her home on East Flower.
Little Mary Arden Nailling has re
covered from a recent illness.
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Haskins have re
turned from a visit to Ridgely.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jernigan are
visiting near Harris this week.
. Mrs. W alter Howell and children have
returned from a visit to Kenton
Mr. and M:
railroad position.
The little son of Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
Ferris is reported much better after a
dangerous illness.
Attorney Chas. Cobb and wife re
turned Friday night from a visit with
Dresden relatives.
Mrs. Cassell Hilliard, of Gleason,
spent a few days with home people in
the city this week.
The Multiplex Lens is a light-filtering
lens that absolutely absorbs the ultra
violet rays of light.
is at Memphis
Miss Nona' Rhodes
rs. .Mart fcvans announce Upending the holidays with her friend,
the arrival of a son Christmas day. Mrsi W. J. Smith.
Mrs. Chas. C. Lasley, has been quite Miss Sudia Dowling and her mother,
eick at her home in Troy this week. of Humboldt, are visiting relatives
Mr. Norman Bourne was in the city the city this week.
visiting friends during the holidays.
II. P. Ramsey, of Kenton, was
business visitor in the city this week.
Miss Lnla Curry, of Rives, stopped
here en route to Ralston Wednesday
Mrs. G. B. White, of Pleasant Valley,
visited friends in the city Wednesday
Miss Ruby Littleton is in the city
spending the holidays with Miss Mays.
Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Cheatham, of
Gibbs, were visitors in the city Sunday.
Mr. Vivian Murphy and wife, of Hum
boldt, were visitors in the city this week.
Miss Lizzie Stilt has returned from a
visit to Covington with her sister, Mrs.
Hall.
T. C. Harrison visited in Jackson and
Medon for a few days the first of the
week.
Mrs. Myrtle Farley has a very sick
baby suffering with pneumonia this
week.
Mrs. Arthur Terrell, of Terrell, Sun
dayed with her parents qn Harrison
street.
Duncan, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. W.
D. Harrison, is quite siek of pneu
monia. Dr. A. M. Forester, of Nashville, is
in the city visiting homefolks aud
friends. .
Mr. Wesley- Woolard, of Nashville,
was in the city this week
friends.
Misses Beulah aud Eulelah Alleu en
tertained a few of their friends Monday
evening.
Foster Harrison left Tuesday for a
visit with his mother and sister at Mai
den, Mo,
Mrs. Ida Belle Richardson ?nd chil
dren
Clarence McGee, of Covington, was in
the city Sunday tho guest of Mr. and
Mrs. W. Z. Massengill.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Wear will re
turn lo Memphis next week after a pleas
ant visit with relatives.
Mrs. Mollie George Adams, who is
teaching in Arkansas, was at homo for
the holidays this week,
The friends were greatly encouraged
yesterday to learn that Mr. Marsh Glenn
was somewhat improved.
Editor James Biice is enjoying the
holidays in the bosom of his family and
friends in Troy this week.
Mr. Frank McMichael, of Nashville,.
is in tho city visiting the family of his
son, ir. j. a. jue.uicnaei.
Mrs. Prather Curlin and little daugh
ter, of Hickman, were in the city tins
week visiting Mrs. W. E. Scales and
other relatives and friends.
You can have the new Multiplex Lens
fitted to your old spectacle frames or eye
glasses. Mountings made and guaran
teed by Dr. J. Frank McMichael.
Mr. and Mrs. James Spradlin are
again domiciled in their home, corner
College and No -th Third streets.
Little Alline Noah, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Bud Noah, is able to be up
after a serious illness of pneumonia.
Dr. Van H. Bond returned to his
visiting home at Cotton Plant, Mo., this week
after a delightful visit with relatives.
Mr. Chas. Dietzel, with the American
Steel and Wire Co., was here during the
holidays with his parents and friends.
Miss Margaret Watson, after a visit
here with her sister, Mrs. II. T. Robin
son, has returned to Indianapolis, Ind.
Mr. Morris Hawes came home from
returned to their home iu Cairo Vanderbilt University to be with home-
Tuesday.
1 folks and friends during holiday week.
Miss Naoma Holland, of Newbern,
came up in an auto Saturday to spend
the holidays with Miss Bertie Harbison.
. Mr. Robt. Nailling and daughter,
Mrs. Glass, returned to their home at
Sharon after a visit with relatives in the
city.
Mr. S. II. Davidson and family, of
Linda, Mo., are enjoying a visit with
tho family of J. II. Walker in Number
Seven,
Mr.' and Mrs. A. D. Keller, Mrs. W.
F. Holland aud Misses Naoma Holland
and Bertio Harbison went to Dresden
Monday.
Mrs. Herman Cross and baby, of
Blytheville, Ark., are in the city visit
ing the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. L.
Bransford.
If you want the best and cheapest
use Bon Air coal Union City Ice &
Coal Company. ,
Miss Cassie Hamilton leaves this
week returning to her sehoool at Jones
boro, Ark., where she has been teach
ing this fall.
Miss Bertie Harbison went to Dres
den Thursday to be present at an enter
tainment given ,in her honor by Miss
Nelle Taylor.
Mr. Frank Dietzel, who has been lo
cated in Hot Springs, Ark., in the jew
elry business, was at home in the city
for the holidays.
Mr. ram u. uoenran anu Mrs. J,aura
Wells and children visited friends at
Obion and Troy the first of the week,
returning Wednesday.
II. B. Horner was in Memphis the
first of the week looking after business
matters. He owns quite a lot of real
estate in the Bluff City.
Master Brownie Harelson returned to
his home in Memphis last week after a
five months visit with his great aunt,
Mrs. Amanda Harelson, at Long View.
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Morris, Mrs. Ar-
lette Hardy and little daughter and
Mrs. Frank Glass and baby left Wed
nesday for Pass Christian, Miss., to
spend the winter months.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Y&ung have
moved to Houston, Miss., to reside.
They have lived here for four years,
Mr. Young having been employed by
the Dahnko-Walker Milling Co.
Miss Doyle is nursing little Annie
James Morgan, who is quite ill of pneu
monia. Union City is most blessed in
having' this experienced and ever faith
ful young lady as a permanent citizen.
We have installed, a repair depart
ment where you can get your broken
glasses duplicated, frames mended,
tempi fitted, or anything necessary for
your glasses while you wait. Dr. J.
Frank McMichael, Eye Specialist.
Dr. and Mrs. J. D. Carlton went to
Sturgis, Ky., this week to visit Mrs.
Carlton's mother. They will be at home
in a few days. Mrs. Mabry Cutler is
keeping house while the visitors, are
away. -
The Masons held a social session at
the hall last Tuesday night, a very
elaborate affair with refresments in
keeping with the nature of the occasion,
which is trVsay much of that branch of
the cntcrtaiSrneDt.
At the Training School Thursday
Mrs. Wells surprised the pupils in her
room in a very pleasant manner. She
presented each pupil with a basket from
Dahnke's well filled with candies, nuts
and fruits, and after reading them a
Christmas story and wishing them one
and all a Merry Christmas, dismissed
them for the holidays.
Rev. P. A. Taliaferro, of Brazeau,
Mo., was in the city this week visiting
old-time friends. Rev. Taliaferro says
that his church at that place has been
greatly strengthened since his advent in
Missouri early in the fall.
. Messrs. John and Seid Waddell, Earl
Barney, Morris Hawes and Ira Park are
home from Vanderbilt. to spend the
holidays. Their friends are pleased to
have them with them again and will re
gret their return next week.
W. II. Gaskins, representing the
Muskogee Land Co., is in the city offer
ing for sale some valuable townsite prop
erty. The Oklahoma Woman's College
is tho basis of the enterprise, and the in
stitution is undertaking to promqjo its
success through the sale of adjacent di
visions. x
If you are a sufferer from headache
and have not been able to get relief, let
us examine your eyes for errors of re
fraction. If the trouble is from your
your eyes, we will guarantee to relieve
you with our Multiplex Lenses, scien
titically made and adjusted. Dr. J
Frank McMichael.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Lovelace will in
a short time take the pleasure of a leave
of absence for a Southern trip to Cuba,
including intermediate points of inter
est. Mr. Lovelace is one of the N.,. C
fe St. L. Ry. well known local agents,
and one of the best on the road." ; He
and his family are taking advantage of
the courtesies of the company in .this
trip. '
Dr. Wilson, of Nashville, met Dr. W.
A. Nailling in consultation this week
with regard to the advisability of a sur
gical operation upon little Miss Annie
James, daughter of Mrs. Anna B. Mor
gan, and the result was that an opera
tion is not nceessary, that the little girl
is improving and would improve as well
without it, which is indeed very pleas
ant news to tho many friends.
Our material for the Multiplex lens
has been received and we are-ready to
make this lens for all styles frame and
magnets. These lenses are uncondition
ally guaranteed. If you do not find
them all we claim, and more, return
them and get your money. Dr. J.
Frank McMichael, Eye Specialist.
We are under a thousand obligations
to S. D. Cochran, of tho firm of Wilson
& Cochran, lumbermen, for a holiday
remembrance in the way of a keg of
sugar house syrup, fresh from tho kettles
of the country around Meringuoin, La.
The syrup is of the purest and best made
from the Louisiana sugar cane, and dif
fers from the genuine sugar house mo
lasses in the fact that the sugar is not
extracted. The syrup w ill not keep in
the present state, therefore it is not put
on the market, but the sugar extracted
and then shipped. Of course the sugar
house product nowadays is more or less,
according to grade, mixed with glucose.
But the genuine old-time sugar house
niolasses was the prime favorite, and
the Byrup which Mr. Cochran sends us
is the same as the sugar house molasses
with tho sugariretained and a very de
licious article. We hand the gentleman
our b?st bow.
A Hearty-Appetite
is what most babies have, but it is of no
benefit to them if they have worms. Be
sure your baby is not troubled with
them. Sure symptoms always hun
gry, rings under the eyes, not gaining
in weight and yellow complexion. A
few doses of White's Cream Vermifuge
will expol all worms. It is a positive
cure and reliable. Price 25 cents per
bottle. Sold by Red Cross Drug Store,
Charmed.
Everybody was charmed beyond ex
pression at the grand concert given
Thursday evening by The Italian Boys,
under the auspices of tho Shakespeare
Club. The hearty applause, which was
showered upon the musicians, was alike
bestowed upon the reader, Elbert
Foland, who gained instant popularity
with our people before he had finished
his first number. The five musicians,
typical sons of Sunny Italy" where
music is inborn, gavo a number of se
lections rendered with the soul and spirit
of true artists. The National Medley,
the airs from Martha, in brief all the
numbers, will haunt the ear of the Celina
public with their entrancing strains.
The Shakespeare Course as a whole has
been a splendid series of entertainments,
but the concert Thursday night was be
yond all odds tho crowning number.
Celina, Ohio.
Reynolds Opera House Tuesday night,
January 3.
LOST On Wednesday, small bill
purse containing seven or eight dollars.
Finder pleaso return to this office and
receive reward.
The Daughters.
The John B. Gordon Chapter, U. 1).
C, will meet Thursday, Jan. 5, 1011,
with Mrs. F. E. Arnn. A full meeting
is requested by the president as matters
of importance will be discussed.
STOLEN Horse and buggy from J.
J. Roberts. Sunday night, Dec. 2-r, at
Dr. H. T. Butler's olliee, corner Niles
Drug Store, Union City. Tho horso was
a dark bay, blind in right eye, lame in
right foot. No-top buggy, harness new
and lap robe black on one sido and
green on the other. Liberal reward for
recovery. J. J. Rohkuts. 41-tf
R. F. D. ho. 4, Union City, lenn.
Want to Trade.
One house and lot; house has seven
rooms, four below and three above; two
j 8-foot halls, two porches in good condi
tion, water in yard and house, good
outhouseR, stables, etc., on good street
within three blocks of graded school.
All property owners on street. Ix)t
Clx227 feet. I want to trade this prop
erty for Union City property and will
give some one a big trade. For partic
ulars write or see Mrs. R. B. Green,
Union City, Tenn., or Oscar Turner,
Mayfield, Ky.
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Write me for delivered price on
Cotton Seed Meal and Cotton
Opnrl Uijf I handle good goods and
ubbU nUllO can make prompt shipments.
William A. Burnett., Bouibnn Stock Yards,
Louisville, Ky. Established 1901.
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The Entertainers.
One of the most popular of tho Lyceum
course of entertainments presented here
under tho auspices of tho Review Club,
Elbert Foland and the Italian Boys, will
bo hero for a return engagement at the
Reynolds next Tuesday night. This an
nouncement is -sufficient to warrant a
large house.' Mr. Poland's versatility
and dramatic talent receive the highest!
indorsement of the press and tho public
and the Italians are musical artists of
xtraordinary ability. The entertain
ment is unique and interesting through
out and immensely popular. No doubt
the reception will be warm aud generous.
State of Ohio, Citv of Tolbdo. ?
IA'CAS Cot'KTY. )
Frank J. Cheney nuilces onth that he in iwntor
portlier of the hrm of K. J. Cheney & Co.. di.inu
business in the city of Toledo, county mid stule
nfores.iid, find that sa'ui firm will pav the sum of
ONK HUNDRED Dol.l.AKS for each mid every
case of Cntnrrh that canuot lie cured by the use
oi linn s entai l n cure.
FRANK J. CHF.NKY,
Sworn to before me and stitserited in mv nit-s.
ence. this 6th day of December, A. 1. !.
(Seal.)-
W. CI.KAKON.
Notary Public.
Hall s Catarrh Cure is taken internally, and
acts directly on the blood and niurons surfm es of
the system. Send for testimonials free.
F. J. CItF.NF.y & CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by all Untwist. 75c.
Take Hall's Family Fills for constipation.
Gun Shoot
Many of the high guns will be here
to-day to participate in the gun shooting
tournament at the fair grounds. It will
be a contest for records but there will
also be a series of events in which the
losers are to stand for an evening din
ner, The local club invites the public
to witness the contests at the fair
grounds. '
us
The "Merry Christmas" and
The "Happy Hew Year"
will be anything but thoroughly
enjoyable if you have fuel
trouble. Avoid any chance of
discomfort and dissatisfaction
by filling your bins with our
clean, clear-burning Bon Air
coal, the coal that carries the
maximum of carbon and vola
tile matter which are the heat
producing elements.
Good coal is by far the
cheapest in the end.
Union City Ice
& Coal Co.
.Telephone 150
Its often said
tomalasale
Ifejust as
good as
LUZIANNE
Let no such
to wean
you from
A call for 150 brings the coal wagtfu.
Union City Ice & Coal Co,
your time -tried
friend,TITnmi,
juziAiinr.
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